In the first game of the Champions Classic on Tuesday night, the No. 1 Duke Blue Devils are taking on the No. 2 Michigan State Spartans in one of the most anticipated games early here in the college basketball season.
He was poked in the right eye by teammate Javin DeLaurier. Bagley immediately went down, and the Duke staff held up towels to try to block cameras from getting a view of him laying on the ground.
ESPN reported that Bagley didn't shoot at all before the second half started, and that he appeared to be having trouble opening the eye that was poked and wouldn't return.
The league announced the award on Monday following Maye setting a career high in points, 26, and grabbing a team-high 10 rebounds in Carolina's victory over Northern Iowa. There were a number of players to watch if you want to check out the game's collection of future pros, but few possess the hype of Blue Devils freshman Marvin Bagley III, who was the No. 1 recruit in America previous year. He compiled 25 points and 10 rebounds in the season opener against Elon, and then followed that with 24 and 10 against Utah Valley. Bagley was originally slated to be part of the 2018 class, but reclassified much to the delight of Duke fans. They tell me to continue to play, be myself, don't think.
Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. (APD) Upgraded to "Buy" at HSBC
The highest price APD stock touched in the last 12 month was $163.56 and the lowest price it hit in the same period was $133.63. IMS Capital Management bought a new stake in Air Products and Chemicals in the second quarter valued at approximately $129,000.
The Salvation Army Kettle Campaign kicks off this week
The Salvation Army is accepting applications for holiday assistance from families of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb Counties. Kettles will be placed in three locations as of November 23 to give the Salvation Army more time to meet its goal.