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BUIES CREEK, N.C. -- Wyatt Walker scored 16 points and pulled down 16 rebounds and Samford won a 66-53 defensive battle over Campbell on Monday night.Neither team shot the ball particularly well. Samford managed just 38.9 percent from the field and 6 of 19 from long range while Campbell struggled to a 30.6 percent night from the field and 6 of 28 from 3. But the Bulldogs (2-1) held a nine point advantage at the free throw line (18-9) and held a 49-34 lead on the glass.Demetrius Denzel-Dyson finished with 13 points and Christen Cunningham added 10 for Samford.Chris Clemons led all scorers with 23 points for Campbell (1-3). Marcus Birk finished with 10 for the Fighting Camels.Samford trailed until late in the first half, when a Denzel-Dyson 3 gave the Bulldogs a 14-12 lead which they lengthened to 28-19 at the break.Wholesale Custom Cardinals Shirts . The return match will take place next Wednesday. Udinese leads Fiorentina 2-1 in the other semifinal. Napoli staged a second-half comeback from two goals down after Gervinhos opener and a stunning strike from Kevin Strootman. Marcell Ozuna . General manager Jarmo Kekalainen told Aaron Portzline of The Columbus Dispatch on Friday that he wants to see Gaboriks contributions go beyond the scoresheet before considering a long-term deal for the soon-to-be unrestricted free agent. . Manuel was offered a position the day he was fired. He accepted earlier this week and the team made the announcement Friday. Cardinals Jerseys China . -- James Young couldnt wait to apply those tweaks to his jump shot, and the first one he made against UT Arlington told him it could be a good night. Justin Williams . -- Arizona knocked off some quality opponents, rolled over a few overmatched ones and grinded out victories even when things didnt go so well.Around the same time that the ICC heard the Faf du Plessis case, there emerged on social media footage of Virat Kohli and David Warner with suggestions that they might have introduced artificial substances to shine the ball. That footage, though, was not a consideration for the ICC because any Level 1 or 2 offence under the ICC Code of Conduct has to be brought to the notice of the ICC match referee within five days of the incident.Du Plessis footage - which has proved him guilty of altering the state of the ball based on the evidence that showed an artificial substance being transferred to the ball - was brought to the ICCs notice within five days, following which it reviewed the footage and then decided if it merited investigation. The charge on du Plessis was brought after the investigation. The footage of Kohli and Warner didnt even reach the stage where the ICC would decide if they merited an investigation. The Kohli footage is from the second innings of the Rajkot Test, which began on November 9. Warners is from day three of the Hobart Test, which began on November 12.Only the match umpires, CEOs of the two participating boards or the ICC CEO can report an alleged offence under the ICC Code of Conduct. Apart from those made by the ICC CEO, the other reports under Level 1 and 2 - du Plessis was a Level 2 offence - have to be made within 48 hours of the event. If the ICC CEO makes the report, it has to be done inside five days.Clause 3.2.2 of the ICC Code of Conduct says:Where the Report is lodged by the individual described in Article 3.1.3 [the ICC CEO] in relation to: a Level 1 Offence or a Level 2 Offence that is alleged to have been committed at any time or place (whether on the field of play or otherwise), then the Report must be lodged with the Match Referee (or, where, for logistical reasons, it is impractical to lodge with the Match Referee, the ICCs Cricket Operatiions Department) within five (5) days of the commission of the alleged offenceThe Level 2 charge on du Plessis was laid by the ICC CEO David Richardson on November 18, three days after the incident.dddddddddddd Offences under Level 3 and 4 can be reported within seven days but it is fair to assume Kohli and Warner - if they merited being charged - would not have been charged for a more serious offence than du Plessis.Whether the available footage of other players allegedly introducing artificial substances to the ball brings any change to how the ICC deals with ball-tampering depends on either the MCC or the ICC cricket committee. Former players of varied nationalities - Sourav Ganguly, Jason Gillespie and Matt Prior to name a few - have said in the last week that the use of a sweet or a lolly or a mint to shine a ball is a practice widely prevalent in cricket.Amongst the players the lines are pretty clear & use of mints/sweets to shine the ball is accepted, Prior responded on Twitter when asked what the line regarding ball-tampering was.Not everyone scratches the ball on their zipper but EVERYONE uses sweets! Youd have to fine/ban a player every match, Prior went on to tweet.The ICC looks at lessons it can learn from every incident so this case should be no different. If it is deemed that a change in laws is necessary, it falls under the realm of the MCC, whose head of cricket John Stephenson was present at the hearing. The ICC Cricket Committee, likely to meet next at Lords in May 2017, discusses all cricket-related issues every year. If it feels the playing conditions need to be modified in the light of what former players say, the change is likely to be made in May. Unless it is considered an emergency, in which case they can meet over a tele-conference. ' ' '
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