Adrian Lewis struck a majestic nine-darter in a 7-5 win against James Wade in the stand-out moment as Premier League Darts passed through Belfast. Raekwon McMillan Womens Jersey . Michael van Gerwen and Gary Anderson played out a high-quality draw on Thursday night, while Phil Taylor solidified his spot at the top, but Lewis sensational effort stole the show in front of a partisan crowd.Lewis nailed the perfect leg to draw level at five apiece, ending a four-leg winning run from Wade with aplomb. The Stoke thrower had earlier successfully hit his first four doubles of the match, but missed the next six. Adrian Lewis hit the first Premier League nine-darter in four years Lewis impressively kept his cool after hitting the first Premier League nine-dart finish since Simon Whitlocks in 2012. He broke Wades throw in the next leg to go 6-5 up before celebrating manically with the crowd and held his own throw to move onto 15 points in third place, one behind Van Gerwen.The Dutchman is still second behind Taylor after a sensational 6-6 draw with defending champion Anderson that took just 16 minutes. Reaction from Michael van Gerwen and Gary Anderson Van Gerwen and Anderson traded such heavyweight darts at a breathless speed that a break of throw always seemed unlikely and was ultimately never forced.With Van Gerwen 5-4 ahead, he was poised to crucially break until the Flying Scotsman killed his hopes with a brilliant 119 finish. A draw meant Anderson remains in fourth on 14 points, a point behind Lewis. Watch the winning leg from the Premier League clash between Phil Taylor and Raymond van Barneveld Taylor ended the night with a four-point cushion at the top of the Premier League after a 7-5 win over long-time rival Raymond van Barneveld.The Power, who has played a game more than Van Gerwen, Lewis and Anderson, was in cruise control for the majority of proceedings but had to valiantly withstand a late fightback from his fellow legend. Phil Taylors reaction to moving clear at the top of the league Taylor led 5-1, after crucially building on a break of throw in the opening leg that seemed to wilt Van Barneveld, but he wasnt allowed to romp over the finishing line. After missing twice at double 16 for the match, Van Barneveld reduced the deficit to 6-4 with a nonchalant 64 checkout.He immediately thundered home a 106 checkout to threaten a fairytale comeback but Taylor gritted his teeth and, despite missing three match darts, held his throw to all but assure himself of a play-off place.Van Barneveld could have ended the night at the bottom of the league but a 7-4 win against Robert Thornton in both players second match saved him.A crucial break of throw to go 6-4 ahead spared Barneys blushes and condemned Thornton to another week in eighth-place. Catch up with the best of the action from week 11 of Premier League Darts Premier League Darts resultsRobert Thornton 7-2 Peter WrightRaymond van Barneveld 5-7 Phil TaylorJames Wade 5-7 Adrian LewisMichael van Gerwen 6-6 Gary AndersonRaymond van Barneveld 7-4 Robert Thornton Also See: As it happened Prem table On Sky TV Darts betting Get Sky Sports Cordrea Tankersley Jersey . His second visit, not so much. Roark (7-5) allowed four runs on 10 hits and one walk over six innings in a 7-2 setback in front of several friends and family members, as the Cubs snapped his personal streak of four consecutive victories on Friday. Charles Harris Youth Jersey . The Padres made the moves before Fridays game at Washington. They promoted infielder Jace Peterson from Double-A San Antonio and right-hander Kevin Quackenbush from Triple-A El Paso. ATLANTA -- Less than one month after the Clippers sale ended Donald Sterlings ugly downfall, another NBA team is on the market following a racially charged disclosure from its owner. Atlanta Hawks co-owner Bruce Levenson said Sunday he is selling his controlling interest in the team, thanks in part to an inflammatory email he wrote two years ago. Levenson said he wrote the email in an attempt "to bridge Atlantas racial sports divide." Instead, he offered his divisive comments, including his theory that Hawks black fans kept white fans away. Levenson said he regrets the email sent to the teams co-owners and general manager Danny Ferry in 2012 as "inappropriate and offensive." In a statement released by the team, Levenson said he sent the email due to his concerns about low attendance and a need to attract suburban whites. He says he later realized the email made it seem white fans were more important. He voluntarily reported the email to the NBA. "I have said repeatedly that the NBA should have zero tolerance for racism, and I strongly believe that to be true," Levenson said in the statement. "That is why I voluntarily reported my inappropriate email to the NBA. "After much long and difficult contemplation, I have decided that it is in the best interests of the team, the Atlanta community, and the NBA to sell my controlling interest in the Hawks franchise." NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said Sunday the league will work with the Hawks ownership group and CEO Steve Koonin, who now will oversee all team operations. Silver said the leagues independent investigation "regarding the circumstances of Mr. Levensons comments" in the email was ongoing when he was told Saturday night of Levensons plan to sell his share of the team. Silver said he supported Levensons decision. "As Mr. Levenson acknowledged, the views he expressed are entirely unacceptable and are in stark contrast to the core principles of the National Basketball Association," Silver said. "He shared with me how truly remorseful he is for using those hurtful words and how apologetic he is to the entire NBA family -- fans, players, team employees, business partners and fellow team owners -- for having diverted attention away from our game. "I commend Mr. Levenson for self-reporting to the league office, for being fully co-operative with the league and its independent investigator, and for putting the best interests of the Hawks, the Atlanta community, and the NBA first." Sterling was forced to sell the Los Angeles Clippers after a recording surfaced in April of the owner scolding his girlfriend for bringing black men to Clippers games. Steve Ballmer officially became the teams new owner on Aug. 12. In the email sent in August 2012, Levenson said "southern whites" were uncomfortable at games. "My theory is that the black crowd scared away the whites and there are simply not enough affluent black fans to build a significant season ticket base," Leveenson said in the email released Sunday by the Hawks. Raekwon McMillan Jersey. . "Please dont get me wrong. There was nothing threatening going on in the arena back then. I never felt uncomfortable, but I think southern whites simply were not comfortable being in an arena or at a bar where they were in the minority." Levenson said Hawks crowds were 70 per cent black, the teams cheerleaders were black and hip-hop music was played. "Then I start looking around at other arenas," Levenson said. "It is completely different." According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Atlantas population was 54 per cent black and 38.4-per cent white in 2010. For metro Atlanta, the ratio is 55.4 per cent white and 32.4 per cent black. Levenson said he often heard fans say the area around Philips Arena in downtown Atlanta is dangerous. "This was just racist garbage," Levenson said. "When I hear some people saying the arena is in the wrong place I think it is code for there are too many blacks at the games." Though he said he disagreed with the conclusion, he said he told team executives to add white cheerleaders and music "familiar to a 40-year-old white guy." Added Levenson in the email: "I have even (complained) that the kiss cam is too black." Atlanta mayor Kasim Reed said the comments in Levensons email were "reprehensible and offensive." "The statements do not represent the city of Atlantas history of diversity and inclusion, and we will be clear and deliberate in denouncing and repudiating them," Reed said. "I applaud the NBAs efforts to enforce a no-tolerance policy of discrimination. As a city, we will continue to stand behind the Atlanta Hawks organization as they work to find new ownership that reflects the values and ideals of a city that is too busy to hate." The Rev. Al Sharpton released a statement encouraging Silver "to continue vetting all owners." "The announcement by Bruce Levenson is welcomed and appropriate by those of us in the civil rights community, that raised the issue of Donald Sterlings need to be removed, and that other owners must be held accountable," Sharpton said. Though the NBA investigation of the email was ongoing, Levenson apparently concluded he couldnt continue in his ownership role. "If youre angry about what I wrote, you should be," Levenson said in Sundays statement. "Im angry at myself, too. It was inflammatory nonsense. We all may have subtle biases and preconceptions when it comes to race, but my role as a leader is to challenge them, not to validate or accommodate those who might hold them." This is not Levensons first effort to sell the team. In 2011, the Hawks ownership group, headed by Levenson and Michael Gearon Jr., made an unsuccessful attempt to sell to California developer and pizza chain owner Alex Meruelo. The group acquired the Hawks and the NHL Thrashers from Time Warner in 2004. The Thrashers were sold and moved to Winnipeg in 2011. Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '