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SANTA MONICA, Calif. http://www.brownsrookiestore.com/ . -- Inside the heart of Riot Games campus, Team Mountain fell 0-2 to Team Infernal (supported by Echo Fox) to begin the League of Legends Scouting Grounds round-robin group stage Wednesday night. The team, which had excelled in scrimmages before the event, felt the difference between playing comfortably in a team house to the pressure of playing an official match. Infernal Fox deployed an unexpected top lane Nasus strategy in both games, catching the Immortals-backed squad off-guard and accomplishing a sweep to put it atop the standings heading into Day 2 of the competition.Scouting Grounds Standings (After Day 1) 1. Team Infernal (Echo Fox): 1-0 (2-0) 2. Team Cloud (Counter Logic Gaming): 1-0 (2-1) 3. Team Ocean (Team Liquid): 0-1 (1-2) 4. Team Mountain (Immortals): 0-1 (0-2)Following the loss, ESPN.com spoke to the team about its thoughts on the first days action, what it needs to improve upon to make it to Fridays final, and the best moments so far in Scouting Grounds.Of course there is more pressure [in an official game.] If you make a mistake in scrims its whatever -- you can move on and fix it, said Shynon, 21, the teams vocal shotcaller from the AD carry position from Houston. For me personally, I didnt feel the pressure as much. The main difference is that youre never sure what the other team is going to bring out, if they have a pocket pick or anything and needing to adjust on the fly.I didnt play as well in the first game because I had jitters, said Team Mountains first-round draft pick (No. 3 overall), 18-year-old Tuesday from Quebec, holding down the starting mid lane position. I kind of did feel the pressure. I didnt play up to my standards.On what they learned from Day 1 of the competition, BmxSpecks, 20, from Toronto, said it didnt matter how well they did in scrimmages and that performance on the main stage is a different beast entirely. You cant put a label of best team just based off scrim results, he said. And we learned that obviously pretty well today. We just need to work from the ground up and erase that mentality [were the best] and act like everybody is even, which everyone is.I need to talk more, said the teams top laner and youngest member, Bobjenkins, 17, from New Jersey. In-game I was really quiet, because I didnt like the certain matchup I had. Its really annoying to play against [Nasus]. Its very suffocating, and you have to hope to get an early-game lead to shut the enemy top laner down before he gets too tanky. Also, I need to look around at the map more.Although the competition is cutthroat with two of the teams seeing their journey end Thursday following the culmination of the group stage, Scouting Grounds is also about getting the chance to peer into the world of pro-gaming. The main takeaway is theyre experiencing the life of a pro-gamer and having the opportunity to play on a real team; theyre learning to communicate and confide, qualities they need to become a better overall player. In short: its an experience of a lifetime for the 20 amateurs invited.Ive liked every moment of it, said Tuesday. The one that stood out is when Bjergsen visited the Immortals house. I was fanboying so hard over him. Hes been my idol and role model for the past two years, so that was super cool.On the topic of whether any of them had improved, every player nodded in agreement that they already felt like a better player after being in the Immortals house and practicing endlessly for two days.Oh yeah, definitely, Shynon said. Ive never really been coached by a professional or an LCS coach before -- Ive had analysts or coaches in lower [league] teams help me out -- and I think Hermes has really developed and helped me into a better player who just has an infinitely better understanding of the game.Ive learned a lot more about macro and really how to abuse lanes when summoner spells are burned, BmxSpecks said. A lot of time in solo queue you see someone burn their summoner spell and say youll maybe go visit that later on, but really punishing the [lack of] summoner spell and taking another objective as a team -- my macro has definitely improved a lot.Each of the five Team Mountain players gave a shout out to the professional player that has inspired them the most to reach this point.I want to be more like Impact, Bob said. During scrims, I was like solo killing everyone [like Impact] but I feel like he knows a lot more about the game. He can transition [those kills] to midgame and late game. Me, right now, all I do is add pressure by strictly 1-v-1ing, and sometimes Ill teamfight. Hopefully I can learn more from Impact ... and how he impacts the game.Reignover, answered BmxSpecks, smiling because he is practicing at Reignovers desk in the Immortals team house. Hes a very calculated player with really good macro, and I also like how he comes off really humble. There are other junglers in the NA scene that are really cocky and outspoken -- which isnt necessarily a bad thing -- but I just really attract to the whole humble player who lets his play speak than the shit talk.How did it feel playing in his seat? he was asked.It felt pretty good, but kind of bad after the Nidalee performances in scrims, BmxSpecks said.Its pretty clear already -- my favorite player, by far, is Bjergsen, said Tuesday. I think its unbelievable that hes been atop of the game for three years now, and he keeps going strong. I really aspire to be the leader he is on TSM and keep up the same mechanical level of play. Overall, he is humble for how good he is, and I really respect that.The player I aspire to just be and idolize is ROX Tigers PraY, Shynon said. PraY is one of the longest standing veterans in the scene. Hes been playing at the top level since like , and so his knowledge of the game is immaculate. Especially in a meta where flashy AD carry plays isnt so prevalent, PraY finds a way to make highlight reels, and overall hes just really consistent, too.Aphromoo is my top one, said Winter, 19, the teams support and the third Canadian on the roster. He does a lot of [big] plays [while] micromanaging everyone, and hes pretty cool, too. Im talking to him everyday, almost, and hes really great.By the time the interview finished at 9 p.m. in Santa Monica, the day was winding down for most of the city. But Team Mountain returned to their practice room inside the LCS studios, having scheduled scrimmages with Team Infernal, the team that had just defeated them an hour earlier. http://www.brownsrookiestore.com/Browns-...Garrett-Jersey/ . Blackwood, 28, has played the last three seasons in the San Diego Padres system, including the past two summers with Class AA San Antonio of the Texas League. http://www.brownsrookiestore.com/Browns-Calvin-Pryor-Jersey/ . Following a lopsided 5-2 loss against the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday night, Paul MacLean told reporters that "theres a lack of focus, theres a lack of leadership and theres a lack of preparation" with his struggling team. That came on the heels of Bryan Murray taking the unusual step of going into the locker room at the Prudential Center and addressing the players himself. http://www.brownsrookiestore.com/Browns-Seth-Devalve-Jersey/ .Y. -- The Buffalo Sabres have placed centre Cody Hodgson on injured reserve and recalled two players from their AHL affiliate in Rochester.Taking a different approach than Mikhail Grabovski, former Maple Leafs defenceman Mike Komisarek had nothing negative to say about his former coaches or general managers, instead lamenting the difficult circumstances his contract created for him in what was a disappointing four years in Toronto. Speaking with Bryan Hayes and Jeff ONeill on Leafs Lunch on Tuesday on TSN 1050, Komisarek said he does not regret the decision to come to Toronto, but wished things would have played out differently. "It was definitely a learning experience, but I think Im better for it today – going through those challenges, those ups and downs the last couple of years," Komisarek said. "…And Im looking to have a fresh start in Carolina and bouncing back." The 31-year-old, who had the final year on his five-year, $22.5 million contract bought out by the Leafs on July 2, said that things seemed to snowball right from the outset of his time in Toronto and he was never able to get comfortable in his surroundings. "I never got out on the right foot (winning just one of the first 13 games)…and it never caught on from there, then the media starts getting on you and the fans start getting on you," Komisarek said. "But looking back on that decision, this is the place where I wanted to come and turn things around and get into the playoffs and be a key part of it and it didnt work out." Splitting time between the Leafs and Marlies during his final season in Toronto, Komisarek said his struggles were due in large part to how he tried to do too much and was victimized because of it. "I think in one organization, youre a shut-down guy, youre a first pairing guy thats playing against the first lines night-in and night-out…And the the next year you sign the big ticket, your salary increases and everyone sees that and they expect more from the same guy, same player. And on top of that, as a player you sort of feel that and you try to do more and you get caught running around, you get caught out of position." The Canadiens sseventh overall pick in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft, Komisarek also thought his early struggles put him in a hole with the media and that contributed to the lack of confidence the organization had in him. http://www.brownsrookiestore.com/Browns-...-Martin-Jersey/. "The media presence and what is said and whats written – coaches and people within the organization will never admit that they follow that and that it has an impact on the decisions and what they do, but they get all the clippings every day and they follow exactly whats going on and how guys are being perceived and whats being said." He said he could "never say anything bad about Burkey (Brian Burke) or Nony (Dave Nonis)" because they treated him and his family so well throughout his four seasons and just wished circumstances would have been different. "In a market like this, you get put in a box, you get a label on you and that doesnt really change unless you get those big minutes and youre playing and you get a chance to sort of break the mold and find your way again," Komisarek said. Choosing to sign with Carolina on a one-year, $700,000 deal was solely based on what he thought was a great fit with coach Kirk Muller on a young team where he could provide a veretan presence in the locker room. Komisarek said he welcomes the chance to go to a situation that is "a little bit quieter," where he wouldnt be under the microscope day-in and day-out. "You come in with a big contract and big expectations and you want to turn things around with the team not making the playoffs in numerous years before. You want to turn things around right away, but that doesnt happen overnight," Komisarek said of his time in Toronto. "But whether you have the opportunities or not, you make the most of it. I came from a background where you dont complain, you dont whine, you dont make excuses…but it just didnt work out." He said he holds no ill will towards any of his previous coaches or GMs and feels like the opportunity with the Hurricanes is a great situation for him at this stage in his career. Cheap Hoodies From China Discount NFL Shirts Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale China Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Fast Shipping China Jerseys Stitched Jerseys ' ' '
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