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Sunday Guardian www.guardian.co.tt January 26, 2014
DEATH NOTICE OF
18th May, 1942 to 11th January, 2014
He passed away peacefully at his home 52 Jean Crescent, Palmiste
He was the founder and C.E.O of Awardy Group of Companies
Awardy & Company Ltd
Awardy Hardware & General Supplies Ltd
Office Supplies Ltd
Awardy Printery Ltd
Awardy Manufacturing Ltd
Evergreen Ranch Ltd
Husband of Joan Awardy
Loving Father to Skafte, Simone, Hutchinson, Esa & Fareed
Father in Law -- Yubery & Rishi Ragoonath
Grandfather - William, Giovanni & Charlize
Brother of Nasiban, Joyce, Haroon & Nazim Awardy
Brother in Law of Rasheed Hosein, Jim Soodeen, Errol Kowlesser, Morris
Wade, Janice, Rose, Judy, Zalina, Farouk,Haniff, Fyze, Ishmael Abrahim
Son in Law of Hajin Zulaika Abrahim of Princes Town
Nephew of Kartoon Montenegro of Piparo
He was laid to rest on Monday 13th January, 2014
at the Thick Village Cemetery, Siparia Road
The Awardy family would like to sincerely thank all our friends and family
who have stood by our side with their loving support and prayers
throughout his illness. We especially would like to thank the nurses
of Southern Medical Clinic Limited, Dr. Shiva Jaggernauth,
Dr. Michael Leong Poi, Dr. Rene Ramnarace and Dr. Allan Mc Kenzie.
"Inna lil laahi wa inna ilaihi raajioon"
ATLANTA---San Antonio stayed within half a game
of the NBA Western Conference lead with a superb
defensive performance at Atlanta on Friday, limiting
the Hawks to their lowest score of the season and
The Spurs remained right on the tail of Oklahoma
City, which overcame the absence of Kevin Durant
to beat Boston, while elsewhere the Los Angeles Clip-
pers beat Chicago to widen their Pacific Division lead
and Memphis beat Houston by a point.
San Antonio s Tim Duncan had 17 points and 16
rebounds in another dominant performance against
Atlanta as the Spurs coasted to a win over the under-
manned Hawks. Duncan, who blocked four shots,
and point guard Tony Parker did not need to return
after leaving the game with the Spurs leading 77-
50 late in the third quarter. Boris Diaw led the Spurs
with 21 points.
The Hawks, already without Pero Antic and
DeMarre Carroll, lost point guard Jeff Teague to a
game-ending ankle sprain in the second period. Paul
Millsap s 15 points led Atlanta.
The Los Angeles Clippers beat Chicago for the
fourth-straight time, with Blake Griffin s 26 points
and 13 rebounds helping to produce a 112-95 win.
Jamal Crawford added 19 points for the Clippers,
who had six players score in double figures and shot
54 per cent from the field---including 13 for 21 on 3-
pointers. The result, combined with Golden State s
loss, moved Los Angeles 3-1/2 games clear atop the
Pacific. Carlos Boozer scored 22 points for the Bulls,
who had won their previous three.
Memphis hung on for an 88-87 win over Houston,
with the Rockets Patrick Beverley badly missing a
3-point attempt under heavy pressure.
Courtney Lee scored 19 points and Zach Randolph
added 15 for the Grizzlies, who had lost all ten of
their previous 10 games against Southwest Division
opponents. The victory ruined a spectacular night
for Houston s Chandler Parsons, who had a career-
high 34 points and made 10 3-pointers---all in the
second half. It is an NBA record for 3s in a half and
a franchise record for 3s in a game.
Oklahoma City s NBA scoring leader Kevin Durant
missed his first game of the season as the Thunder
beat Boston 101-83.
Serge Ibaka scored 21 points for the Thunder, who
had their sixth straight victory despite missing both
Durant and Russell Westbrook in the same game for
the first time since the franchise moved from Seattle
Jeff Green scored 16 points for the Celtics, who
stayed close until the Thunder pulled away with a
17-2 run in the third quarter.
League leader Indiana beat Sacramento 116-111 in
overtime, with Paul George scoring eight of his 36
points in the added period.
Lance Stephenson had 24 points, 10 rebounds and
six assists for Indiana, which overcame a 17-point
deficit and rallied in the fourth quarter to tie the
game, then outscored the Kings 13-8 in overtime.
Marcus Thornton scored 42 points and hit seven
3-pointers for the Kings, who almost pulled off a
famous victory in the absence of injured leading
scorers DeMarcus Cousins and Rudy Gay.
Minnesota s Kevin Martin hit a step-back jumper
with 8.4 seconds left to the Timberwolves to a 121-
120 win at Golden State.
Golden State s Harrison Barnes missed an open
jumper before the final buzzer sounded.
Martin finished with 26 points despite playing
with a cut on his right pinkie, while Kevin Love added
26 points and 14 rebounds for the Timberwolves in
a back-and-forth game that featured just about
Stephen Curry had 33 points and 15 assists for the
Warriors, who outshot Minnesota 55 percent to 50
percent but were outrebounded 44-41.
Washington opened its four-game road trip with
Spurs clamp down
Hawks to stay on OC's tail
Atlanta Hawks point guard Dennis Schroder (17) and San Antonio Spurs point
guard Cory Joseph (5) battle for a loose ball in the second half of an NBA match
on Friday, in Atlanta. San Antonio won 105-79. AP PHOTO
a 101-95 win over Phoenix.
Trevor Ariza scored 23 points, while Bradley Beal
sank some crucial late shots: a 3-pointer with 2:03
left to give the Wizards the lead for good at 96-93,
a 15-footer made it 99-95 with 26.9 seconds to go,
then a game-ending dunk.
Goran Dragic had 19 points and 11 assists for the
Suns. Brooklyn s Mirza Teletovic scored 24 of his 34
points in the second quarter and that proved the dif-
ference as the Nets edged Dallas 107-106. (AP)
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