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                                      Greater Western Sydney could still front the AFL before Christmas as they argue their innocence over the Lachie Whitfield affair. Balenciaga Schoenen Sale .The league has confirmed that the expansion clubs scheduled meeting with the AFL Commission on Tuesday will not go ahead.Instead, the league has adjourned the hearing and the commission will now decide how it will proceed.The commission could still hear the matter, refer it to a subcommittee or involve the AFL tribunal.The AFL charged the Giants in late November with conduct unbecoming over the Whitfield case.The Giants insist they did nothing wrong, saying the fault lies with former club officials Graeme Allan and Craig Lambert.The club regards any potential sanction stemming from this charge as unwarranted and inappropriate given the admissions by the former staff members that they acted outside their authority, the Giants said on November 24.The AFL has banned Whitfield for six months, while Allan and Lambert have been hit with 12-month penalties.As a result of his ban, Allan resigned from his new job as Collingwood football manager.The Giants risk losing draft picks over the affair.The case stems from allegations Lambert and Allan helped Whitfield try to evade a drugs test in 2015. Balenciaga Nederland . It was just business as usual for the Thunder at home. Durant scored 32 points and the Thunder beat the Bulls 107-95 on Thursday night for their eighth straight win. Balenciaga Schoenen Nederland . The quest begins with what is supposed to be an easy one, although Germany has traditionally been a stubborn opponent to Canadian teams at international tournaments. http://www.balenciaganederland.com/ . -- The proud fathers huddled near the Dallas Stars dressing room, smiling, laughing and telling stories while wearing replica green sweaters of their sons team. WASHINGTON -- Washington Wizards point guard John Wall will sit out Saturdays game at the Orlando Magic as he continues his recovery from offseason surgery on each of his knees.After the Wizards beat the Atlanta Hawks 95-92 on Friday night, Washington coach Scott Brooks announced that Wall would miss the second half of a back-to-back at Orlando.Brooks and Wall both termed it part of the plan that was drawn up for the thhree-time All-Star guard heading into this season. Balenciaga Schoenen Kopen. Brooks indicated that Wizards rookie Tomas Satoransky would probably start Saturday in Walls place.Wall, who entered Friday second in the NBA in assists this season, needs four assists to break Wes Unselds career franchise record. ' ' '