After sharp bounce, market may take a ‘breather’ on lingering election uncertainty, virus outbreak

first_imgThere are a few economic reports in the week ahead, including consumer price index inflation data Thursday and the producer price index Friday. The earnings season is beginning to slow down, but there are still dozens of reports, including from McDonald’s on Monday and Walt Disney, Applied Materials and Cisco on Thursday.“I think next week is just setting up to be a breather. There’s still a lot to figure out here,” said Grohowski. “The equity market’s reaction has been I think understandable and probably better than many might have expected.”Grohowski said there may be uncertainty for awhile. “What I’m thinking about is the Senate races. Part of the market reaction has been relying on this divided government.” After the votes are all in or recounted, “a sweep is unlikely but possible.”“I think the longer this stays uncertain and messy, the more the post-election bounce comes into question,” he said.Different than 2000It would not be unusual for the stock market to sell off before rallying into year end, according to Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at CFRA. Stovall does not expect the type of turbulence there was in 2000, when former Vice President Al Gore lost to George W. Bush in a tight race that ultimately went to the Supreme Court.“In 2000, they were not expecting hanging chads. But they do expect a contested election this time. I think in many ways the market anticipated this,” said Stovall.But the market, after its election week surge, could pull back. “Historically, the market goes down in the month of November, after a Democratic victory,” said Stovall. Since World War II, Democrats won the White House nine times, and the market fell an average of 0.5% in November in those years, compared to the average gain for all Novembers of 1.4%, he said.After those Democratic victories, stocks then rose 1.9% in December on average, more than the normal 1.5% gain for all Decembers.Strategists said they currently do not expect the kind of lockdowns that states ordered when the pandemic started to spread in March. But there could still be some impact that could be negative for stocks.Grohowski said he sees some signs of optimism for the market. Strong data, like third quarter GDP, October’s drop in unemployment to 6.9%, and the better-than-expected earnings are all positives for the market. Another is that investors are so skeptical.“What does still exist is a great deal of dry powder. There’s $4.3 trillion in money markets alone,” he said. “I can tell you, being in touch with investors of all shapes and sizes this week, there’s still a lot of skepticism. From a contrarian view, high cash and a lot of skepticism is a contrarian indicator.”Week ahead calendarMonday Earnings: McDonald’s, SoftBank, Beyond Meat, Simon Property Group, Ambac Financial, Tilray, ZoomInfo, Occidental Petroleum, Myriad Genetics, Taubman Centers, International Flavors and Fragrances, Norwegian Cruise, Canopy Growth, Aurora Cannabis, Party City 1:30 p.m. Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester2:00 p.m. Senior loan officer survey Tuesday Earnings: Lyft, Advance Auto Parts, Adidas, D.R. Horton, Rockwell Automation, CyberArk Software, Hain Celestial, Rackspace, Ashland, Rocket Cos 6:00 a.m. NFIB small business survey10:00 a.m. JOLTS10:00 a.m. Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren WednesdayVeterans DayBond market closed, stocks market open regular trading hours Earnings: Air Products, DouYu, Lemonade, Reynolds Consumer, Vroom, Fossil Thursday Earnings: Walt Disney, Palantir Technologies, Applied Materials, Beazer Homes, Cisco Systems, Siemens, Burberry, Brookfield Asset Management, Unity Software8:30 a.m. Jobless claims8:30 a.m. CPI1:00 p.m. Chicago Fed President Charles Evans2:00 p.m. Federal budget2:00 p.m. New York Fed President John Williams Friday Earnings: Manchester United, Draftkings, Vipshop 7:00 a.m. New York Fed’s Williams8:30 a.m. St. Louis Fed President James Bullard8:30 a.m. PPI10:00 a.m. Consumer sentiment – Advertisement – The S&P 500 was up more than 7% in the past week, and the Nasdaq rose nearly 9%. Technology, communications services, health care and discretionary stocks led the rally, after it appeared Democrat Joe Biden could be the next president but with a split Congress.The election was still unresolved heading into the weekend, but even if Biden is declared winner, close votes and lawsuits are likely to result in recounts. The Senate appeared to be in Republican hands, but the margin of control is likely to be tight, and runoff elections are required for two Senate seats in Georgia in early January.“I think the uncertainty is going to catch up the market on a short-term basis,” said Leo Grohowski, BNY Mellon’s Wealth Management chief investment officer. “Perhaps next week could be a drifting lower kind of week.”- Advertisement – Spencer Platt | Getty Images News | Getty Images At the same time, there has been a surge in daily new coronavirus cases to more than 122,000. Economists are concerned that the economic recovery could suffer as some states could restrict activities and consumers may pull back heading into the important holiday season.The Fed, in its post-meeting statement Thursday, repeated that the course of the virus could help determine the path of the economy.- Advertisement – Ahead of the election, the market had been betting on a “blue wave,” where Biden would take the White House and Democrats would get control of the Senate, giving them total control of Congress. But when it appeared the Senate would stay in Republican hands, stocks surged on the idea of gridlock, which would keep Biden from implementing tax increases and lots of new regulations. After an initially exuberant election reaction, stocks may trade more cautiously in the week ahead, as investors watch election developments unfold and track the course of the coronavirus. – Advertisement –last_img read more

US aviation authority investigating Boeing 787 manufacturing flaws

first_imgBoeing identified two issues with the manufacture of the join in a portion of the fuselage in some 787s that, “in combination, result in a condition that does not meet our design standards.”We notified the FAA and are conducting a thorough review into the root cause,” Boeing said.The Seattle-based plane manufacturer, one of the most important suppliers for the Pentagon, is going through a long rough period.Order cancellations are piling up for the flagship 737 MAX aircraft, which has been grounded for more than a year after two fatal accidents that killed 346 people and revelations that have tarnished the company’s image.Appetite for the 787, its latest revolutionary model, has diminished considerably.Hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, Boeing, often viewed as a symbol of the United States’ power, found itself in a humiliating position in March when it sought to raise funds on the markets to finance its battered operations – without success.The manufacturer claims 17,000 suppliers in the US and 2.5 million direct and indirect jobs.Topics : “The rest of the in-service fleet has been determined to meet limit load capability, and we are inspecting production airplanes to ensure any issues are addressed prior to delivery,” Boeing added.According to an internal Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) memo seen by the Wall Street Journal, the regulator could be looking at quality control errors that may have potentially lasted for 10 years.The investigation could lead to enhanced inspections of hundreds of planes, the Journal reported Monday.”It is too early to speculate about the nature or extent of any proposed Airworthiness Directives that might arise from the agency’s investigation,” the FAA told AFP. The United States aviation authority is investigating manufacturing flaws in the Boeing 787 after the company reported that certain plane parts did not conform to its production standards.Boeing determined that eight planes affected by the issue needed to be inspected and repaired before they could be returned to service.”We immediately contacted the airlines that operate the eight affected planes to notify them of the situation, and the airplanes have been temporarily removed from service until they can be repaired,” the US aviation giant said Monday in a statement.last_img read more

Martin Keown questions whether Matteo Guendouzi is good enough to play for Arsenal amid exit talk

first_img Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 7 Jul 2020 5:28 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1kShares The youngster grabbed Maupay by his neck after the Brighton loss (Picture: Getty Images)‘I think if you do have misdemeanours and you play well on the pitch that seems to get you back in and that may be the problem for him.‘[Lucas] Torreira now is back from injury, [Granit] Xhaka is playing better in that position, [Dani] Ceballos is controlling games for Arsenal.‘It’s going to be difficult for the young man to get back in but everybody deserves a second opportunity, but it starts from the training pitch.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal‘They may want to use him though in terms of selling players, we talk about the financial difficulties, probably Arsenal need to sell before they can buy in the summer.‘It may be that he takes the opportunity to offload him in the summer but we’ll have to wait and see what Arteta intends to do.’MORE: Michael Owen’s Premier League predictions, including Man Utd, Chelsea and Arsenal clashesMORE: Emiliano Martinez praises Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta’s ruthlessness amid Matteo Guendouzi sagaFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Martin Keown questions whether Matteo Guendouzi is good enough to play for Arsenal amid exit talk Advertisement Advertisement Guendouzi has not featured in a match day squad since the Brighton game (Picture: Getty Images)Martin Keown is unsure if Matteo Guendouzi is good enough to play for Arsenal, but insists that the youngster deserves a shot at redemption.The 21-year-old has been exiled from the squad and reportedly forced to train alone after he grabbed Neal Maupay by the neck in the 2-1 loss to Brighton two weeks ago.When asked if the Frenchman could return for Arsenal’s clash against Leicester City on Tuesday night, Mikel Arteta admitted that ‘the situation has not changed’, suggesting that Guendouzi’s attitude is yet to improve.The highly-rated youngster has consequently been linked with a move away from the Emirates, with teams such as Barcelona and Real Madrid rumoured to be monitoring his situation.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTBut, despite showing promising flashes during his first two seasons in north London, Gunners legend Keown isn’t convinced about his ability and believes the midfielder will struggle to get back into Arteta’s side.‘His biggest quality is his personality, I’m not sure he’s really good enough if I’m absolutely honest,’ Keown told talkSPORT. Commentlast_img read more

Cruise ship passengers missing in BVI, passports maybe fake

first_img 20 Views   no discussions Tweet Share NewsRegional Cruise ship passengers missing in BVI, passports maybe fake by: – April 18, 2012 Sharecenter_img Share Sharing is caring! Missing cruise ship passengers Elicia Garciaposo (L) and Aguilar Aller sought by BVI policeROAD TOWN, British Virgin Islands — Police in the British Virgin Islands are investigating a report that a couple from the cruise ship ‘Costa Luminosa’ is missing. According to the Police Information Office, the port agent for the M/V Costa Luminosa stated that the ship arrived in the Virgin Islands on Wednesday April 11 with the two passengers, who first boarded in the Dominican Republic. After delaying its departure to await the passengers’ return, the cruise ship left the territory without the passengers. Their passports, which are now in police possession, identify the two passengers as Elicia Garciaposo (female) and Aguilar Aller (male), both of Peru. Police inquiries, however, suggest that the names on these passports may be false. No descriptions of the individuals were given.Officials of the ship stated that, after a search, the cabin occupied by the passengers contained one neatly-packed suitcase, which is unusual for passengers intending to return to the ship. BVI Police believe the passengers may have hired a tour bus or taxi at the time they were in the territory and are therefore asking any person who may have seen or provided service to these individuals to contact the Road Town Police Station through the toll-free RVIPF three-digit access number 311.Caribbean News Nowlast_img read more

Egg hunt & bicycle giveaway planned in Brookville

first_imgBrookville, In. — The Redlife Church will hold an Easter Egg Hunt and Bicycle Giveaway Friday, April 19 at the church.Registration for the “Glow-in-the-Dark Egg Hunt” starts at 7 p.m., the egg hunt starts at 8 and p.m. The bicycle drawing and family movie will immediately follow.For more information email

FA chief: Black hole threatens game

first_imgFootball Association chief executive Martin Glenn admits young English players are falling into a “black hole” when they graduate from Premier League academies because of the number of foreigners in the top-flight. On the day the FA announced a £260million investment in grassroots football, a frightening statistic emerged which highlighted how much work the organisation has to do to stop the dwindling number of home-grown players at the top of the English game. Of the 220 players who started in the Premier League at the weekend, just 73 (33.2 per cent) were English. “There is a black hole when players get through the academy system,” Glenn said at the launch of th e National Game Strategy for Participation and Development on Wednesday. “They go through the EPPP [Elite Player Performance Plan]. The issue there is how much playing time they get post-18. “That is a problem for the FA and the clubs because they don’t want to keep developing these talented players and not get them playing time.” Although the new £260million investment, which will be spread over four years, is a record sum it is a mere fraction of the £5.136billion fee the Premier League pocketed from its eye-watering TV deal. Despite this, Glenn insists he has a good working relationship with his Premier League counterpart Richard Scudamore. “I am a big believer in collaboration rather than antagonism,” said Glenn who became FA chief executive four months ago. “I’ve met Richard several times. I think we have more in common than in what divides us. “The more England starts there were, the higher number you can pick from but we’ve still got a pretty big pool.” Press Association Glenn admits English players may end up being forced out of their own league to gain first-team football. “There is a logjam but there are other ways of unblocking it,” he said. “Holland produces lots of talented kids who go across the world to play football. The same is true for other countries in continental Europe. We could do more of that.” Of the £65million that will be spent per year on grassroots football, £4.5million will go on prize funds and match distributions, £2.8million will be spent on technology and £1.5million will go towards club mentoring. Another £10million will form part of the FA’s contribution to 30 football hubs in inner-city areas. The FA says cost-cutting initiatives, including redundancies, will help pay for the new investment. “The FA has grown up doing a lot of things for a lot of people,” Glenn added. “What we want to do is focus more on football – there is an opportunity to put football projects first. “We will go into a formal consultation with our colleagues in a week’s time. The FA is also hoping to raise money by re-negotiating the interest rate it is paying on the loan that it used to re-build Wembley. Glenn said: “We are taking advantage of lower interest costs. We are in discussions right now with banks and with some of the government bodies that put money in originally to get a much lower interest burden for Wembley Stadium.” The FA hopes women of all ages will benefit from the increased investment at grassroots level. The success of the England women’s team, who made it to the semi-finals of the World Cup in Canada this summer, has left counties “inundated” with requests from women who want to take up the sport, according to former England international Kelly Simmons. But the fact that there will be no British football team at the Rio Olympics because of wrangle with the other Home Nations, is a big source of disappointment. “It is a big blow,” said Simmons, who is now the FA’s Director for Participation and Development. Simmons would also like to see Manchester United join their Premier League rivals in entering a team into the Women’s Super League (WSL). “We would like, as a passionate football supporter of women’s football, every Premier League and Football League club to have a thriving women and girls section,” Simmons said when asked about the lack of a United team in the WSL. “I have spoken to them a year or so ago and they said they were reconsidering but I guess it’s up to them to see whether they want to take that forward or not.” last_img read more

Samuels accuses WICB of playing `hardball’ on eligibility rule

first_img… calls for compromise with playersKINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC) – Veteran right-hander Marlon Samuels has criticised the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) over their inflexibility regarding the controversial eligibility rule, and said it was time to compromise with players.The 36-year-old was ruled out of selection for the three One-Day Internationals against England next month, after failing to meet the criteria for selection by playing in the entire Regional Super50 which wrapped up last weekend in Antigua.Samuels, the squad’s most experienced ODI batsman, said it was confusing that the WICB had funded his recently bowling tests overseas so his action could be ratified by the International Cricket Council (ICC), only for selectors to then rule him out of selection.“I didn’t pay for my bowling. ICC didn’t pay for my bowling. The West Indies Cricket Board paid for my bowling,” the Jamaican told regional sports network, SportsMax.“So they invested in my bowling for me to come back to bowl against England. Now I’m going to hear that I have to stay and play all the Super50 games … so I said no problem.”He added: “At this stage I am not 20 and you are still continuing to tell me to miss out on everything, so why can’t you compromise? Why can’t I come and play some games in the PSL (Pakistan Super League) and come back and play against England.”The right-handed Samuels played two games for Leeward Islands Hurricanes in the Super50 before jetting off to the United Arab Emirates to take up his contract in the PSL.Pointing to England captain Eoin Morgan who played a few games in the PSL before heading to the Caribbean for the upcoming ODI series, Samuels said the WICB’s eligibility was senseless as other international players faced no such restrictions.“It was not a sudden piece of information because they had told me that if I am not playing all the 50-over games, basically I wouldn’t be up for selection so I asked for my NOC and I’m here playing in the PSL,” Samuels said.“What I am saying, first and foremost, is that the rule that they have, I don’t think it’s making any sense. You have to compromise.“Eoin Morgan is playing in the PSL, he played a couple of games and he’s playing the three games for England so why can’t the West Indies Cricket Board compromise? Why play hardball in everything?”Last November, Samuels pulled out of the West Indies squad for the Tri-Nations Series in Zimbabwe to fulfil a contract in the Bangladesh Premier League.This came after he had rejected a central retainer contract because he was offered a downgraded contract, from Grade B to Grade C.He said he was told that once he accepted the new retainer, he would not be allowed to play in the BPL. However, with the T20 contract more lucrative than his downgraded contract, Samuels said he was left with no option but to turn down the retainer and play in the T20 tournament.Samuels said he was disappointed by the board’s actions as he expected some level of loyalty after having shown long-term commitment to West Indies cricket.“Loyalty in terms of I am the only one from (the year) 2000 still here sticking around playing for West Indies,” Samuels stressed.“I have no problem doing that because I was playing Tests, T20 and ODI and (was) on a retainer so I have played all three (formats) … so I said ‘you know what, I’m going to have a long international career and continue to represent West Indies because this is where I started and West Indies made everybody else know me in the world’.”Samuels has amassed 5 180 runs from 187 matches at an average of 34.last_img read more

Marksam run-out for 97 on debut, Elgar bats through the day for his ninth Test century

first_imgPOTCHEFSTROOM, South Africe (Reuters) – Debutant Aiden Markram suffered a horror run-out just three runs shy of a century as South Africa amassed 298 for one on the first day of the first Test against Bangladesh yesterday.Dean Elgar scored his ninth Test century and was 128 not out at the close with Hashim Amla unbeaten on 68 as South Africa looked set for a massive first-innings score at Senwes Park.The 22-year-old Markram appeared to be heading for a dream start to his Test career before being dismissed on 97 when he was caught out of his crease, backing up too quickly as he attempted to help opening partner Elgar to his century.Elgar was on 99 and looking for a quick single to get to three figures but after a moment’s hesitation, he decided against a run, leaving Markram halfway up the crease and scrambling unsuccessfully to get back to safety.The pair put on a 196-run opening partnership as they took advantage of a batsman-friendly track.Bangladesh won the toss and were expected to relish the flat track but captain Mushfiqur Rahim surprisingly elected to bowl, putting his side immediately on the back foot as they went through seven bowlers.Spinner Mehidy Hasan Miraz, brought on early as first change, conceded 101 runs in his 36 overs.Elgar, 30, went to his century two balls after the run-out but was muted in his celebrations, obviously upset after seeing his young partner miss out on the milestone. SOUTH AFRICA 1st inningsD. Elgar not out 128A. Markram run-out 97H. Amla not out 68Extras: (lb-4, w-1) 5Total: (for 1 wickets, 90 overs) 298Fall of wickets: 1-196.Bowling: Mustafizur Rahman 16-1-54-0 (w-1), Shafiul Islam 15-3-44-0, Mehidy Hasan 36-3-101-0, Taskin Ahmed 15-3-52-0, Mahmudullah 2-0-13-0, Mominul Haque 2-0-15-0, Sabbir Rahman 4-0-15-0.last_img read more

Johnson’s unbeaten 154 leads GCC to commanding position against UG

first_img… Bacchus, Andrews and Alimohamed also shineNATIONAL captain Leon Johnson delivered a masterful century as the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) placed themselves in a commanding position against the University of Guyana (UG) on the opening day of their 2019 GISE/Star Party Rentals and Trophy Stall First Division encounter, yesterday at the Bourda ground.Although Johnson dominated the clash with an unbeaten 154, there were a number of other standout performances, including a half-century from opener Robin Bacchus and quality bowling from fast bowler Ronaldo Alimohamed and teenage off-spinner Darrius Andrews.For UG, they were able to save face, led by a fightback from leg-spinner Omesh Danram and quality fielding, after they all but imploded earlier in the day.Their humiliating experience in the middle had left them all out for 47 in 21 overs. Former West Indies U-19 all-rounder Alimohamed dominated the top order with 3-7 from six overs, while Darrius Andrews on his first-division debut spun out the tail with 4-12 from five overs. Stephon Wilson supported with 2-5 from six overs.For UG, only one of their batsmen reached double figures, Persaud on 10.In their turn in the middle, former national cricketer, Bacchus, stormed his way to 86 after blasting six fours and seven sixes. For the opening wicket, the 30-year-old and Jeetendra Sookdeo 44 (3×6, 2×4) added 126 as the home team cruised early.GCC’s dominance continued as teenager Mavindra Dindyal and the skipper also batted well together, but Danram, who had taken the wicket of Sookdeo, broke the partnership when he had the youngster caught at point as he played an extravagant-looking shot.The leg-spinner, who bowled on both sides of the wicket, was able to nab two more scalps, but GCC did not need all that firepower, as Johnson took control of the innings. His stroke plays were crisp and spanking. He mixed aggression with smart shot selections, which his opponents could not defend.At the close of play GCC were 357-8 from 69 overs, with a lead of 310. Johnson was not out on 154 (12×4, 6×6) from 130 balls. At the other end, Andrews, who has so far faced 13 balls, is yet to get off the mark.last_img read more

Boeheim finds go-to group in win against Providence with young trio not yet ready

first_img Related Stories INSIDE OUT: Fair, Christmas make up for Syracuse’s poor shooting with dominant low-post play in win over ProvidenceCarter-Williams posts another stellar performance, steadily leads offense in win over ProvidenceDespite getting good looks, Syracuse’s shooters go cold from outsideSyracuse defense makes 2nd-half adjustments to shut down hot shooting Cotton Published on January 11, 2013 at 11:39 am Contact Michael: | @Michael_Cohen13 Facebook Twitter Google+center_img It took three tries, but Syracuse was finally tested in the closing moments of a Big East game. As Josh Fortune banked in a miraculous 3-pointer from the right wing with 40 seconds remaining, the Orange lead dwindled down to just four points.On the floor were its leaders, those battle-tested enough to make head coach Jim Boeheim feel comfortable. And it’s no coincidence that the group of Brandon Triche, C.J. Fair, James Southerland and Rakeem Christmas is the team’s most experienced. Toss in Michael Carter-Williams because of his supreme talent, and it appears Boeheim has found his crunch-time lineup.“It’s like do you want to win, or do you want to play those (younger) guys?” Boeheim said. “I always choose winning over the other. We wouldn’t have won if we had played those young guys tonight. We needed the other guys in there the whole time.”In its first down-to-the-wire conference test of the season on Wednesday, Syracuse rode its veterans to a 72-66 win in a hostile environment at Providence. It was a win that perhaps foreshadowed the annual shrinking of Boeheim’s rotation, and as Big East play continues, with Villanova up next on Saturday at noon, fans should expect to see less and less of SU’s trio of youngsters as their development continues in practice.The group of DaJuan Coleman, Jerami Grant and Trevor Cooney played a combined seven minutes against the Friars earlier this week, scoring a total of zero points and grabbing zero rebounds. And junior Baye Moussa Keita picked up three fouls in his two minutes of play.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe brunt of the task was saddled on the aforementioned five-man lineup, with each player logging an astounding 38 minutes or more. Only Christmas, who finished with a career-high 15 points and eight rebounds, came close to fouling out — he had four. The group played intelligent basketball showing resiliency on the road.“But I think the thing I like about my team is (Providence) made that shot, everybody got up, it was a one-point game and we came right down, attacked it and scored,” said Boeheim. “That’s pretty good.”Boehim was referring to a sequence in the second half where Carter-Williams hit a crucial 3-pointer as the shot clock wound down, only to have it answered immediately by Providence point guard Vincent Council on the other end. It cut the Syracuse lead to one with under 6 minutes remaining and ignited the crowd at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center.But back came the Orange, going right to its most capable scorer on the night in Fair. He rebounded his own miss and put it back in to extend the lead right back to three points.And when the game was on the line in the final moments, the Syracuse veterans hit their free throws. SU finished the game a remarkable 17-for-18 from the free-throw line, and Fair made all six of his attempts in the last two minutes.“It was a tough contest today, but we stuck with it,” Fair said. “For us to beat good teams and win big games like this we need to knock down free throws. And we did that, so I think that made us not be able to be beat.”The Syracuse freshmen, by comparison, just weren’t ready for the moment in a game like this, evidenced by Boeheim’s frustration with Cooney. During his only action of the game in the first half, Cooney left Providence sharpshooter Bryce Cotton open — twice — for 3-pointers.The negligence irked Boeheim, especially after Cotton was the one player he and his staff identified during the week as dangerous from the outside. He can live with Cooney missing 3-pointers, and on Wednesday he went 0-for-2, but blowing a defensive assignment finds you a spot on the bench.“The reason Trevor came out, I don’t care if he misses shots, but he left Cotton open twice,” Boeheim said. “He needs to know that he can’t do that.”And though he wants to get his younger players more time on the court — he has called their development, especially that of Coleman, pivotal to an NCAA Tournament run — they just aren’t ready yet. So until then, the veterans bear the burden.“The (young guys) either understand it or call home and complain,” Boeheim said. “That’s what kids do. They all want to play. If they didn’t want to play and they weren’t unhappy about not playing, I wouldn’t want them on my team.’’ Commentslast_img read more