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Don’t expect many NBA All-Star reserve surprises – Cache Valley Daily

Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert, left, shoots against Golden State Warriors forward Nemanja Bjelica (8) during the second half of an NBA basketball game in San Francisco, Sunday, Jan. 23, 2022. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu) This should be easy. The NBA will reveal the All-Star reserves on Thursday night and, if the league’s coaches — they choose the reserves, meaning they’re the only voters who matter now — did their homework, surprises should be few and far between. Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell (45) drives between Los Angeles Lakers guards Russell Westbrook (0) and Avery Bradley (20) during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Los Angeles, Monday, Jan. 17, 2022. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu) It’s also important to remember that NBA Commissioner Adam Silver will be making some changes to the roster in the coming days. He’s the one empowered to make changes when players can’t participate because of injury. And he might be busy with those picks. Kevin Durant is dealing with a knee injury and the game’s other captain, LeBron James, is currently dealing with knee swelling. They were announced last week as starters, along with Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo, Philadelphia’s Joel Embiid, Atlanta’s Trae Young, Chicago’s DeMar

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Utah’s Ingles out after MRI shows torn ACL in right knee – Cache Valley Daily

Utah Jazz guard Joe Ingles, left, drives the lane past Denver Nuggets forward Will Barton in the second half of an NBA basketball game Sunday, Jan. 16, 2022, in Denver. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah Jazz forward Joe Ingles tore a ligament in his right knee that will require surgery. Utah Jazz guard Joe Ingles (2) argues with an official in the first half during an NBA basketball game against the Phoenix Suns Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer) Ingles is out indefinitely after an MRI on Monday revealed a torn anterior cruciate ligament. He will have surgery in the coming weeks. Ingles was injured in the second quarter of the Jazz’s game Sunday night at Minnesota. His left leg buckled as he drove to the basket with 5:52 remaining, and the Target Center crowd fell silent while he was treated on the floor. The seven-year veteran had to be helped off the court. The Jazz were already shorthanded with the absences of Donovan Mitchell (concussion) and Rudy Gobert (left calf strain). Ingles, Utah’s all-time 3-point leader, was averaging 7.2 points, 3.5 assists and 2.9 rebounds in 45 appearances this season.

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Learn to run a successful campaign for public office – Cache Valley Daily

Learn what it takes to run a campaign for office in an upcoming seminar. SANDY – For those seeking to run for a political office, Farm Bureau is hosting a two-day campaign management seminar from March 24-25 at the Utah Farm Bureau Federation office in Sandy. Space for this workshop is limited, with a registration deadline of March 1, 2022. The non-partisan campaign school is open to anyone who wants to be actively involved in public office at any level – local School Board, City Council, County Commission & Council, State Legislature, or Congressional campaigns. This event is perfect for current and future candidates, their spouses, and campaign managers. Utah State Senator Scott Sandall, who represents Box Elder, Cache and Tooele Counties, said the seminar gave him the tools he needed to run a successful campaign. “The strategies and campaign organization I learned at the seminar were fantastic and helped me create a plan that worked,” Sandall said. “Never having run for office before, this helped me and my family understand what was going to be required to win and gave me the confidence to go out and get the support we needed.” The American Farm Bureau Policy team’s practical,

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Ridgeline claims top spots in Region 11 for both boys and girls basketball in latest RPI poll – Cache Valley Daily

MILLVILLE – The Ridgeline Riverhawks currently have the top ranked team in all of 4A for girls basketball and the top ranked team in Region 11 for boys basketball as both programs continue to win games. The latest RPI rankings released by the Utah High School Activities Association still has the girls team as the top 4A team in the state, while the boys continue to climb the rankings and have now passed Sky View as the top team in Region 11. In 5A, the Box Elder boys team (11-5) continues its climb up the RPI rankings. When the rankings were first released just before Christmas, the Bees were initially ranked #18. On Monday, Jan. 31st they were ranked #9. For the girls team (9-7), they are currently ranked #10. In 1A, the Rich boys basketball team (6-8) is seeing an opposite fate of the Bees. They opened the RPI rankings at #7 but have fallen to #17. The girls team (8-7) have moved up slightly and are currently ranked #10. Region 11 Girls Basketball RPI Rankings as of Jan. 31, 20211-Ridgeline (17-1, 5-0)3-Sky View (12-6, 4-1)5-Green Canyon (8-7, 2-3)6-Mountain Crest (10-7, 3-2)11-Bear River (4-12, 1-4)13-Logan (0-14, 0-5) Region 11

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