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A 12 year veteran, Boozer averaged a career low 13.6 points and 8.3 rebounds per game last season for the Bulls, well below his career averages are 16.6 points and 9.8 rebounds. Gasol signed as a free agent with the Bulls after seven seasons with the Lakers. Ed Davis signed a two year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers that includes a player option for 2015 16. Davis played for the Memphis Grizzlies last season and will replace Chris Kaman on the roster in Los Angeles. Kaman signed with the Portland Trail Blazers on the first day new contracts could be signed (July 8). Davis averaged 5.7 points and 4.1 rebounds in 15.2 minutes per game. Kevin Love, the hottest NBA commodity available as free agency options dwindle, remains with the Minnesota Timberwolves and owner Glen Taylor hopes to keep the All Star in the fold. Love plans to test free agency if he plays out his current contract with the Timberwolves, who have not made the playoffs in Love's six seasons. 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Arsene Wenger launched the most angry and impassioned defence of his 16 year reign at Arsenal on Monday, but also cast doubt on his long term future by refusing to say whether he would stay at the club beyond next season. Visibly furious, both at reports that he is poised to extend his contract and at recent criticism of his team, Wenger pointed to his past successes, his loyalty in turning down job offers from many of the biggest clubs in the world and Arsenal achievement in again reaching the last 16 of the Champions League. After a series of terse and often bizarre exchanges with the media, he also ended the press conference for tonight first leg tie against Bayern Munich by telling his critics that they would be sorry when he was gone. Saturday shock FA Cup defeat by Blackburn means that the Champions League is Arsenal last chance of averting an eighth straight season without silverware and Wenger yesterday made the bold and arguably fanciful claim that this team could emulate Chelsea triumph of last season. Asked how Arsenal could beat Bayern Munich after losing to Blackburn and Bradford in the domestic cup competitions, he said: "Do you think really that Bayern Munich has never lost against a smaller club in Germany? What I find is absolutely unbelievable is that when it happens to me, it is a complete storm. You know why? Because in 16 years, it never happened. "You cannot compare the FA Cup to the Champions League. Everyone would like to be in our position. In England only two teams have qualified for the knockout phase of the Champions League. I don know why we should not cope with that. "It not what people say, it what we produce on the Football pitch. We are underdogs. If I listen to your questions, we are not favourites but I trust our quality, our spirit and our mental strength, so see you tomorrow. We have been consistently there. And now we want to break through. I think we have a fantastic opportunity." There is also lingering resentment at the suggestion that Arsenal had not taken the FA Cup seriously, with Wenger saying that criticism of his team selection was "disrespectful" to the 11 internationals who started. "I have won four times the FA Cup. Who has won it more? Give me one name," he said, perhaps unaware that Sir Alex Ferguson, for one, is a five times winner. Wenger refused to take further questions on the Blackburn upset, saying that he wanted to talk only about the Champions League. He then declined to answer a question about the merits of a Bayern Munich defence who have conceded just one away goal in the Bundesliga this season. He also bristled when Arsenal eight year trophy drought was mentioned. "Thank you very much for that question I have not answered it for a long time," he said. The Frenchman, however, did concede that there is a "psychological" issue within this current team and, in attributing that problem to outside criticism, there was a clear attempt to create a siege mentality among his players. Wenger said that his anger had emanated from a report yesterday that he has been offered a new two year extended contract at Arsenal. His current deal expires at the end of next season and, well aware of the backlash following Saturday FA Cup exit against Blackburn, he suggested that the story was published in order to "manipulate" people against him. "I work for 16 years in England and I think I deserve a bit more credit than wrong information, that has only one intention, which is to harm," he said. "The lie is targeted to hurt. It easy to say people are not happy and, on top of that, say he extending the contract. Why does it just come out when we lose a big game? 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What won them over, he says, was the combination of Spurlock's brand, faith in his upcoming movie and the chance to get in front of the TED audience. EMC is currently promoting a data initiative and Snee and his colleagues saw speech as "a different and special way" to market it. I spoke to Snee a few days after TED concluded and he said he was already getting feedback from the sales staff about the speech. Of the prospects that saw or heard about it, some thought it was brilliant and some thought, 'huh,' he says. "Either way it is sticking in people's minds and they are asking about what we are doing as a result."

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Hamilton reached the 8 7 mark through 15 games for just the second time since 01 and pulled to within two points of first place Toronto (9 6) in the East Division. The Ticats moved four points ahead of third place Montreal (6 9), which lost 34 27 to Winnipeg (3 12) on Monday, heading into a crucial home and home series with the Alouettes. "It means a lot to us, we need this as motivation for the next game," Gable said "We know we have a good team here . . . some games we show it, some games we dont but now were putting it all together." But Toronto, which struggled with consistency and penalties all game, made it interesting. Ricky Rays 13 yard TD to Jason Barnes cut Hamiltons lead to six points at 6:43 of the fourth before an enthusiastic season high Alumni Stadium gathering of 13,362. "These fans were loud as heck," Ticats quarterback Henry Burris said. "The fact we didnt have Labour Day, Thanksgiving made up for it in proper fashion, especially with what was on the line with us two being in the top two slots in the East. "The fans definitely rose to the occasion and were very thankful for that." Ray then took over at Torontos four yard line with 4:02 remaining and drove the Argos to Hamilton 37 before being picked off by Hamiltons Arthur Hobbs in the end zone. That was Rays first interception this season. "Just really proud the defence got a turnover at the end of the game," Ticats coach Kent Austin said. "A couple times this year weve not been able to close teams out on that side of the ball but they were able to do that tonight against a really good football team. "Great teams string football games together. They dont have one good game, then are off for a week then another good game, then off a week. All we focus on now is stringing the next one together." Hamilton also beat Toronto 33 19 at Rogers Centre on Oct. 4 to clinch the season series 2 1. That earned the Ticats the Ballard Trophy but, more importantly, the tiebreaker should the two finish tied in the standings. Burris was 27 of 36 passing for 350 yards and an interception. Rookie Luke Tasker had seven catches for a game high 113 yards while Gable added five catches for 46 yards. "We knew at some point they were going to make a run and they definitely did there in the fourth quarter," Burris said. "But to see our defence go out there and put the game away and make a huge stop when the pressure was on, that gives our team a lot of confidence. "Right now, were going after that home playoff game and were going to continue moving forward and do what we can to make sure we get a home playoff game at least, then go for first after that." Ray finished 26 of 34 passing for 303 yards with two TDs and the pick in his first start after missing six games with a shoulder injury. Toronto was 4 2 over that span under sophomore Zach Collaros. But Toronto was lucky to still be within striking distance following a sloppy first half. The Argos mustered just five first downs and 137 net yards and were flagged 10 times yet only trailed 16 8, thanks to Rays 32 yard TD strike to Spencer Watt at 13:41 of the second. "Were a good football team but were not good enough to beat ourselves and get away with it," said Argos head coach Scott Milanovich. "We need to play better football . . . you need to play your best football when you enter November and right now I guess it would be safe to say we are not doing that. "He (Ray) felt like he had made good decisions. It was a weird game, hard to get a feel with how he was playing." Toronto also fielded a defence that featured five players in new positions. 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