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DALLAS -- Chandler Parsons is going to the Dallas Mavericks after the Houston Rockets decided not to match the restricted free a

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DALLAS -- Chandler Parsons is going to the Dallas Mavericks after the Houston Rockets decided not to match the restricted free agents three-year offer sheet worth more than $45 million. Jarvis Landry Jersey . Parsons tweeted Sunday after he said he heard from Rockets general manager Daryl Morey and owner Leslie Alexander about the teams decision. "Nothing but utmost respect for them, the fans and the city of Houston. THANK YOU for your support!," Parsons wrote before following that with another farewell tweet. "Houston will always have a special place in my heart and I will never forget the memories. My teammates, I love you, thank you," his second entry read. The 6-foot-9 small forward signed the offer sheet early Thursday, only minutes after the NBAs moratorium on signing free agents ended. Houston had until Sunday to match. Mark Cuban welcomed Parsons to Dallas in a message Sunday afternoon on a Cyber Dust account controlled by the Mavericks owner and the team. Dallas also struck a deal with free agent veteran swingman Richard Jefferson on a one-year minimum deal. Parsons will be in the Dallas frontcourt with Dirk Nowitzki and recently reacquired Tyson Chandler after playing his first three NBA seasons with the Rockets. The 25-year-old Parsons has averaged 14.1 points, 5.2 rebounds and 4.1 assists while starting 207 of his 213 games in the NBA. He was a second-round pick out of Florida in the 2011 draft. Jason Taylor Jersey . Yoenis Cespedes proved he can play through a hurting right heel, giving Scott Kazmir and the As a spark with a pair of RBIs that helped spoil the Minnesota Twins home opener with an 8-3 victory on Monday. Matt Moore Jersey .Y. - The Philadelphia Eagles game at Green Bay against the Packers on Nov. http://www.shopdolphinsauthenticnfl.com/Youth-Adam-Joseph-Duhe-Elite-Jersey/ . Two-time Olympic bronze medallists Savchenko and Szolkowy received 79.02 points to finish ahead of world bronze medallists Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford of Canada, who had 77.01 points.OTTAWA -- It can be hard to stay positive when your team is struggling as badly as the Ottawa Senators have been lately, but Paul MacLean can see the bright side. After losing 4-3 in a shootout to the Dallas Stars Sunday afternoon, the Senators coach took solace in the fact that his team forced the game past overtime. "I thought we dug in and found a way to get something out of a game," MacLean said. "Thats a great start for our team." While the Senators (4-6-4) will happily take the point, they realize theyre left facing a five-game winless streak. In addition they havent won on home ice since October 17. "We cant keep doing this all season," said Erik Karlsson. "We got a point and we played better than we have in the past so we have to take the positives out of things and (Sunday) that was it." Adding to their list of woes is the fact the Senators could be without starting goaltender Craig Anderson. Anderson went down hard after being hit by Valeri Nichushkin with 1:32 gone in overtime. He was taken off the ice on a stretcher after he appeared to take a knee to the head. The Ottawa goalie was able to walk around on his own by the end of the game, but MacLean said he was suffering from a stiff neck and would require further evaluation. MacLean said he expects him to miss Tuesdays game in Columbus. Jamie Benn scored the winner in the shootout. Milan Michalek, Jason Spezza and Bobby Ryan were all stopped by Kari Lehtonen, who faced 36 shots. Anderson faced 36 shots before Robin Lehner was forced into action. Lehner made two saves in overtime and stopped Tyler Seguin in the shootout. "Its obviously big to get those two (points) and start the road trip on the right foot," said Benn. "It wasnt an easy two points and we really didnt help ourselves out too much. We gave up a couple, but found a way to win in the shootout." Antoine Roussel, Ray Whitney and Nichushkin also scored for the Stars (6-6-2), while Erik Karlsson, Ryan and Spezza had the Senators three goals. The Senators tied the game with 9.6 seconds remaining in regulation when Ryan jumped on a loose puck in the slot and put it in the net. "We rebounded which we really havent seen our team do in the past,," Ryan said. Cameron Wake Jersey. "We found a way to get one late to tie it. I thought the team battled and thats all you can really ask for." Ottawa was outshot 19-9 in the first period, giving up numerous odd-man rushes and leaving Anderson to fend for himself. Dallas opened the scoring at 17:03 of the first period after Whitney beat Anderson glove side. The play was a result of a Michalek turnover in the Stars end. Nichushkin made it 2-0 when he took a saucer pass from Brenden Dillon and beat Anderson high for his first NHL goal, 30 seconds into the second period. Ottawa cut the lead in half as Karlsson took a cross-ice pass from Ryan and caught Lehtonen moving. The Senators capped the period with a power-play goal from Spezza to make it 2-2. "Youve got to play with confidence," said Spezza. "Its so hard when youre losing to play with confidence, but we started carrying the puck, we started making plays. If you play scared its a hard game to win and I think at times weve played scared not wanting to make mistakes. "If youre just worried about not making mistakes youre going to make them." The Senators ran into some bad luck in the third period when Mark Borowiecki, trying to clear the puck from in front, put it in his own net to give the Stars a 3-2 lead. "It teaches a little bit of humility," said Borowiecki. "I thought that was my strongest game in a Sens uniform. I felt pretty confident, but its just going to happen. A play like that you just want to shake it off." MacLean said he didnt think twice about putting Borowiecki back on the ice. "Stuff like that is going to happen," the Senators coach said. "We keep putting everybody else back on the ice when they make mistakes so we should do the same for him." This was the first of three games on the road for the Stars. Notes: Attendance was 18,106. ... D Eric Gryba and D Joe Corvo were healthy scratches for the Senators. RW Erik Condra missed the game with a sprained muscle in his right leg. a The Stars D Kevin Connauton and LW Lane MacDermid were a healthy scratch. D Sergei Gonchar who played three seasons with the Senators was given a warm welcome by fans with a video tribute during the first intermission. Wholesale Jerseys 2020 Discount NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Store Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale Jerseys 2020 Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap Jerseys 2019 ' ' '

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