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Whats it like to play alongside Stuart Broad for England? Thats what we asked the four players who have played the most Tests with Broad ahead of the 30-year-olds 100th Test cap - Alastair Cook (all 99), James Anderson (89), Ian Bell (74) and Matt Prior (60). Preston Brown Jersey .His career stats tell their own story but heres what Broads team-mates think of him… and his response. James Anderson: Our partnership has blossomed over the last four or five years. We have a good relationship on and off the field. We know each others game inside out which helps us work together more effectively.Broad: The communication part of our partnership is the thing thats grown over the last four or five years. Its something that I never really paid a huge amount of attention to and I cant believe how much it has helped me as a bowler because just being able to talk about whats working [helps]. Our job is to get the opening batsmen out as soon as we possibly can, so can we react to conditions quicker than them? The best way to do that is to share information. Growing up I always heard about batting partnerships - no-one ever talked about bowling in partnerships and if I could pass any information onto anyone it would be work with the guy at the other end. Watch some of the most memorable moments from Stuart Broad so far... Ian Bell, speaking about Broads 5-37 against Australia at the Oval in 2009: When Broady gets on a roll and his tail is up it doesnt matter who the batter is or how good the other team is, he blows them away. It was great to be there alongside him and witness those spells.Broad: Id sort of been the fourth seamer behind Fred (Andrew Flintoff) so opportunities hadnt really arisen for me to take responsibility, and they dont as a young kid. In one of those Ashes Tests I came on to bowl in the 59th over! This was similar. I think Australia were 100-0. We went off at lunch and it was all a bit quiet and Andrew Strauss came over and said were going to start with you after lunch; we need some wickets, just give it a go. I got a touch lucky as there was a touch of rain before we went out and it just seemed to kiss through quite nicely. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for only £6.99. No contract. Matt Prior, speaking about Broads spell of 6-20 against Australia at Durham in 2013: The slips and I would stand and talk and say right, here we go - hes into one of these Stuart Broad rhythms; anything could happen here.Broad: With experience Ive got to realise when Im in that sort of rhythm. My knees pick up really nicely and I feel light in my run up. I feel like Im snapping through my action without forcing anything - I dont feel like Im trying to bowl quickly. Most importantly, actually, Im not thinking inswing, outswing, what am I doing? I actually simplify a lot and almost just try to hit the top of off-stump and if one nips back, it nips back. I think Im a better bowler when Im not thinking too much about different skills - I just let my instincts take over. Matt has been incredibly influential in my career. I started in the National Academy with him and, as a wicketkeeper, he was a very influential man in the field - hed always rev the guys up at the right moments. He had a way of talking to me that would get me going. Hed encourage me but also challenge me a little bit. Nasser Hussain has labelled Stuart Broad an England great Prior on Broads impact: His standout characteristic for England is how many times hes single-handedly changed a game or turned a game on its head. I was watching that first day at Trent Bridge in 2015 when he took his eight-for and to watch someone run through the Australians like that was incredible and hes done it time and time again for England.Broad: In the past year Ive not had that standout five-for spell - I have been a little bit more consistent in my two and three-fors - but they are great fun when you get into those spells. I absolutely love that feeling when you feel like you are in control of the game and you almost need wickets to get the team back into the game.Alastair Cook, reflecting on Broads 8-15 in 2015: He still told me that we should have batted at lunch after it - which shows that after Graeme Swann he is the most stubborn man in cricket. But it was an amazing spell of bowling.Broad: I am stubborn but surely Im behind Alastair Cook! Stuart Broad says hes excited at earning his 100th England Test cap Lets leave the final word to Broad. Which of his many fine spells gives him the most satisfaction?Broad on his 6-17 against South Africa in 2016: The Wanderers is quite an intimidating place to play. I felt like that pitch suited me a little bit. I wasnt very well in the first innings and didnt bowl well but then I got in one of those rhythms and the ball was bouncing. The crowd are hostile towards the England side, in a good way, but bowling out South Africa on that day probably gave me the most amount of pleasure. I dont feel like I gave many freebies away. I had a lot of luck in it too, as you do - James Taylor took some brilliant catches - but that spell probably behind the 8-15 gave me the most satisfaction in terms of the areas I bowled because in that 8-15 not one of the balls that I bowled would probably have hit the stumps.England take on India in the first Test of their five-match tour, in Rajkot, from 3.30am this Wednesday on Sky Sports 2. Watch the complete Test for £10.99 with no contract, with a Week Pass from NOW TV. Also See: Broads 99 in stats Sky Cricket Podcast Cooks captaincy journey Live cricket on Sky Chris Baker Jersey . The team announced the defensive coordinator will not be offered a contract extension. Logan Woodside Bengals Jersey . The game got off to a less-than-ideal start for the Jets as Oliver Ekman-Larsson found a wide open net from the slot and opened the scoring for the Coyotes a lead in the first period, but Olli Jokinen answered back just over half a minute later. http://www.bengalsrookiestore.com/Bengals-Jessie-Bates-Iii-Jersey/ .C. -- Al Jefferson knows few people will be giving the Charlotte Bobcats a chance to upset the Miami Heat in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs.BROOKLYN - There are more than a few self-inflicted ways to explain the Raptors Game 3 loss, a contest they deserved to lose, but when it was all said and done the conversation surrounded a familiar quandary. How much did a series of questionable late-game calls derail Torontos comeback bid? "I mean, is that something new," Patrick Patterson asked rhetorically on the heels of Fridays 102-98 loss to Brooklyn, giving the Nets a 2-1 series advantage. Its not the first time hes made this point. Its not the first time hes had to. "In regards to calls not going our way or us feeling a certain way about referees, it has been taking place all year long," he continued. "For us to think it is going to change in the playoffs, we are fooling ourselves." The Raptors were making one final push, flirting with what would have been another unlikely comeback - which has become something of a specialty - when a couple of poor calls shifted the attention from their wretched play to the men in grey. They were down by as many as 15 points midway through the fourth quarter as they began to chip away at their well-earned deficit. Patterson hit a triple, his first of two during the run, DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry both converted three-point plays. A disappointing Barclays Center crowd went from apathetic to pathetic in a hurry and before long, the Nets lead was down to four. Surprised by the comeback? "No," Patterson exclaimed. "We have done that all year long." That they have. Unfortunately, procrastination is a dangerous thing, especially in this league, especially at this time of the year. More often than not it renders you vulnerable to the elements. With 47 seconds remaining, Greivis Vasquez was whistled for a foul, one he and his team vehemently disagreed with. Moments later he was slapped with a subsequent technical foul, a rare late-game penalty - especially in the playoffs - for the fairly pedestrian protest that took place. "I wasnt really cursing or anything like that," Vasquez told reporters after the game. "I was just saying he pushed me off a little bit and they called a tech. Thats just the way it is." "I cant remember one [being called at that point of game]," DeRozan added. "Its tough, especially during that time." From that point on five fouls were called, three on the Nets, two on Toronto, one of which was intentional. The officials had put their stamp on the game. "Lets let the game be dictated by [the players]," urged Dwane Casey, who is frequently tight-lipped after his team gets jobbed by the officials, a disturbingly consistent occurrence. This night was no different. Casey began his post-game address by using whatever voice he had left to apologize for his warn out vocal cords. "Again, I like my money but Ive got to go back and loook at the tape," he said, pleading the fifth. Andrew Billings Bengals Jersey. "I had a different view of [those calls] than [the officials] did." The Raptors coach was barely audible but his face said it all. This is a topic hes grown tired of dodging. "I dont want to talk about the referees," said Vasquez, another Raptor who would rather not write a cheque to the league office Saturday morning. "The referees are going to go to sleep fine, Im not going to go to sleep because we lost." "That wasnt really dictating the game or anything like that. Cant blame it on the referees. Were not going to make excuses. It was just a play and I got a tech. Its part of the game." Therein lies the unfortunate reality. The officials didnt do them any favours, they rarely do, but the Raptors can and should only look inwards. Following a hot start, carrying over from Tuesdays spirited fourth-quarter run, they were outplayed, outmuscled and outworked for the bulk of the evening. The Nets outscored Toronto 58-43 in the second and third quarters, shooting 58 per cent and holding a 20-point advantage in the paint during that stretch. Brooklyn was the aggressor on both ends of the floor and naturally that physical style of play favoured the home team. "They picked up their defence, they were a lot more aggressive," said DeRozan, who led the Raptors with his second straight 30-point outing. "Weve just got to continue to play through the hits, be more aggressive in games. Weve just got to be more conscious of doing that." Thats playoff basketball for you and no one does it better than a veteran, battle-tested team like the Nets. Want proof? See Lowry, as he hobbles out of the visitors dressing room, taking most of the boroughs ice along with him. "Hes been in a 15-round bout," Casey said of Lowry, who tweaked his right knee injury late in the first quarter, limiting him throughout the game, and needed one stitch to close up a cut - still bleeding after the game - on his lower lip. "Its part of the playoffs, man," he said. "Im happy, Im excited to be icing up at this time [of year]." Any doubt hell be in the lineup when the Nets host Game 4 on Sunday? "Is that a trick question," Lowry asked. Hell be ready to go and his team will need him. Theyll need Amir Johnson - seven points in 28 minutes Friday - to be better. Theyll need something, anything from Terrence Ross, who was held to five points, struggling in his third straight playoff contest. Theyll need to move the ball, protect it and engineer a more efficient and cohesive offence. Most of all theyll need their defence, theyll need to match Brooklyns physicality. "Its 2-1," Vasquez pointed out. "[Theres] no need to panic at all. This Sunday is going to be a must-win for us. We cant go home [down] 3-1." Cheap Jerseys Store Jerseys NFL Cheap Cheap NFL Black Jerseys China Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale Jerseys Camo China NFL Jerseys ' ' '

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