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    Getty Washington Wizards wing Kentavious Caldwell-Pope looks on during a bout with the Portland Trail Blazers. Just as he did during the previous two seasons, Duncan Robinson has played a key role for the Miami Heat throughout the 2021-22 campaign. But even those with a permanent spot in his cheering section would likely confess that it has been a down year for the sharpshooter. Robinson was shockingly a sub-40% shooter during the regular season. And while he was still respectable from three-point range at 37.2%, that number was actually the lowest mark since his uneventful rookie year in 2018-19. During Game 1 of Miami’s first-round series against the Hawks, though, Robinson reminded the NBA world exactly how dangerous he can be with a jaw-dropping outburst. In 23 minutes of play, the 6-foot-7 baller dropped 27 points on 9-of-10 shooting with eight of those made buckets coming from deep. For his part, Wizards wing Kentavious Caldwell-Pope probably wasn’t surprised. Washington’s lockdown ace recently made an incredible proclamation about Robinson and how difficult it is to keep him in check.KCP...
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    Marsy’s Law for Georgia recently gathered at the Georgia Capitol to award Lt. Governor Duncan with their organization’s “Champion Award Challenge Coin” in recognition of the Lt. Governor’s work on advancing protections for crime victims in Georgia through Senate Bill (SB) 441. Also known as the “Criminal Record Responsibility Act,” SB 441 modernizes the state’s criminal data reporting system and paves the way for Georgia to further expand victims’ rights.  Since its introduction in the Senate, SB 441 has received bipartisan support from lawmakers and organizations such as Marsy’s Law. “The Lt. Governor has been such a pivotal advocate to victims,” said Dr. Tamiko Pugh, Marsy’s Law Advisory Board Member, life coach and victim rights advocate. “It is because of his tireless efforts that the Criminal Record Responsibility Act and Victim Notification Package passed through the Senate 53-0 and we have no doubt that the Georgia House of Representatives will respond similarly.” The presentation occurred in the Lt. Governor’s office and was attended by esteemed Marsy’s Law for Georgia’s representatives,...
    In a propaganda video, the members of the 'BSN' neo-Nazi terrorism organization could be seen practicing with firearms in the vicinity of high-power transmission lines. The men's plot included an attack on power grids in the area as a diversion for conducting assassinations. In public, Joseph Zacharek was a young police officer in Lafayette, Indiana, hired in early summer 2020. But in the privacy of his online world, he was operating as a member of a neo-Nazi terrorist organization plotting to take down the electrical grid in the Pacific Northwest and elsewhere—and using the outages as a diversion for pulling off assassinations of their targeted enemies. When his white supremacist beliefs were exposed by antifascists, though, the whole thing went sideways. Zacharek’s role in the plot was later revealed in court testimony uncovered recently by Jordan Green at Raw Story, after two of the participants in the plot entered guilty pleas in the case as part of cooperation agreements with prosecutors. Zacharek has not been charged in the case but is likewise cooperating with authorities. The terrorist gang—who called themselves...
    A suspected serial killer has been indicted for the murder of Lois Duncan's daughter nearly 33 years after she was shot in the head while driving home from a friend's house. Paul Apodaca, 54, was officially indicted on Monday for the July 1989 murder of 18-year-old Kaitlyn Arquette after admitting to Albuquerque, New Mexico police officers that he was the man who killed her and two other young women in the late 1980s. He was previously convicted in 1995 of raping his 14-year-old stepsister, and was arrested on a parole violation in July, when he allegedly confessed to the violent slayings as he spoke about his hatred for women and provided detectives with information that only the killer could have known. Apodaca is now being charged with first-degree murder in Arquette's death, as he also faces charges for the deaths of University of New Mexico student Althea Oakley, 21, and Stella Gonzales, who was just 13 when she was shot and killed.  He has pleaded not guilty to at least one of the charges lobbied against him, according to KOAT, and now...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Bells tolled Monday afternoon for the victims of killed at Northern Illinois University on Valentine's Day 2008, when a member of campus gunned down five people and injured 17 more.Ten years later, horror struck a high school in Parkland, Florida, when a student murdered 17 people. Monday, a father of one of the victims, was arrested when he hung a banner from a crane in Washington, D.C., demanding new gun safety laws."On any measure, we are not nearly doing enough to act like we actually don't want Americans to get shot," said U.S. Rep. Sean Casten.SEE ALSO | NIU marks 13 years since deadly school shooting that killed 5His colleague, U.S. Rep. Robyn Kelly, echoed those concerns."We cannot allow ourselves to become desensitized to this kind of violence," said Kelly. "It doesn't have to be this way."And three years ago Tuesday, workplace violence led to the death of five people, plus the shooter, at the Henry Pratt installation in Aurora."We recognize there's a real industry and there is a real group who profit off of this pain...
    DUNCAN FERGUSON has been appointed caretaker manager of Everton. The club confirmed the Scot will oversee the Toffees' upcoming matches after the sacking of Rafael Benitez. 1Duncan Ferguson has taken over as Everton caretaker boss for the second timeCredit: Getty Everton sacked Benitez following the 2-1 defeat to Norwich on Saturday with the Spaniard overseeing just five wins in 19 Premier League games. Ferguson takes over as caretaker boss for a second time having also been given the reigns in December 2019. The former Everton striker won one out of his four games in charge - a 3-1 win over Chelsea. More to follow... Most read in SportDJOKOVIC UPDATES French Open LATEST developments, Tennis Australia make statementCAREER CHANGE Tom Brady looks unrecognizable as he plays BASEBALL as a teenBANNED SLAM Novak Djokovic may be banned from US Open because he has not had a Covid jabHE IS THE GREATEST Tyson brands Ali 'greatest man ever' in touching 80th birthday message FREE BETS: GET OVER £2,000 IN NEW CUSTOMER DEALS ⚽ Read our Transfer News Live blog for the very latest rumours, gossip and done...
    Getty Miami Heat star Jimmy Butler (L) hilariously trolls teammate Max Strus (R) on the young guard's Instagram page. Miami Heat star Jimmy Butler has a very unique sense of humor, so while it may sound like he’s ripping his teammates all the time, this is how the 32-year-old forward shows love. With that being said, Butler trolled Max Strus hard after the guard was hyping up “Strus Night” at the Wintrust Arena on his Instagram page. Strus captioned the post, “Blue Demon fans! Be there tomorrow at 4 pm as our Blue Demons take on Northern Kentucky at Wintrust Arena. Tickets available at depaulbluedemons.com/promo. Use discount “STRUS” to get a great deal! See you there! @depaulhoops @depaulathletics.” While Gabe Vincent showed support, “Strus is loose,” he commented, Butler took a very different approach. “ain’t nobody coming to no dumb*** strus night,” Butler wrote. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Max Strus (@maxstrus) Strus, who went undrafted out of DePaul, is making the most of his first season as a permanent part of the...
    Getty Duncan Robinson #55 of the Miami Heat takes a shot against Nicolas Batum #33 of the LA Clippers in the fourth quarter at Staples Center on November 11, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. During the third quarter of the Miami Heat‘s matchup against the Washington Wizards on Saturday, November 20, sharpshooter Duncan Robinson suddenly exited the game and headed to the locker room. Robinson remained out for the rest of the game as the 27-year-old forward suffered a right knee contusion. On Monday, November 22, he spoke to the media for the first time since suffering a bruised knee and revealed a major update on his status for Tuesday night’s game against the Detroit Pistons. The latest Heat news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Heat newsletter here! Join Heavy on Heat! Robinson was participating in practice at Georgetown University on Monday, which is a great sign. “It feels pretty good. It feels all right,” Robinson said after practice, as reported by Miami Herald‘s Anthony Chiang. Duncan Robinson warming up for @MiamiHEAT vs...
    Getty Duncan Robinson #55 of the Miami Heat looks on after fouling Malik Monk #11 of the Los Angeles Lakers during the second half of a game at Staples Center on November 10, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. During the fourth quarter of the Miami Heat‘s matchup against the Washington Wizards on Saturday, November 20, sharpshooter Duncan Robinson suddenly exited the game and headed to the locker room. Robinson would remain out for the rest of the game as the 27-year-old forward suffered a right knee contusion, as tweeted by Miami Herald’s Anthony Chiang. The latest Heat news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Heat newsletter here! Join Heavy on Heat! While the severity of his bruised knee was not immediately revealed, ex-Heat player Kendrick Nunn, who now plays for the Los Angeles Lakers, has been out nearly a month after suffering the same injury, and is still “ways away from returning,” per SB Nation. #MIAvsWAS INJURY UPDATE: Duncan Robinson left tonight's game with a right knee contusion and will not return. —...
    Getty Jimmy Butler #22 of the Miami Heat reacts against the Milwaukee Bucks at FTX Arena on October 21, 2021 in Miami, Florida. The Miami Heat took on the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday night, notching a 103-90 win to close out their five-game road trip. Making the victory even more impressive, the Heat were playing without All-Stars Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo. Butler, who was held out for the second consecutive due to an ankle injury sustained against the Los Angeles Lakers last week, still enjoyed the team’s win. However, instead of congratulating his teammates on Instagram, the five-time All-Star trolled them on his stories. The latest Heat news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Heat newsletter here! Join Heavy on Heat! His first victim? Kyle Lowry. Bulter shared a picture of his best friend and point guard and wrote, “turnover for @kylelowry7 sorr a**.” InstagramHeat star Jimmy Butler trolls teammate Kyle Lowry on Instagram. Butler is clearly just having fun with Lowry, who finished with 11 points and 11 assists...
    BLUE star Duncan James is launching a bumper new music video of soothing songs to keep dogs calm on bonfire night after experts predicted an explosion of stressed-out pets this year. The six-hour long collection will include some of the first music that singer and actor Duncan has helped create since the chart-topping boyband split in 2005. 1Duncan James has compiled a bumper playlist of soothing songs to keep dogs calm on bonfire nightCredit: Getty It comes as millions of animals face being traumatised by encountering their first ever fireworks this November because of the huge number of new lockdown pups and a lack of displays last year due to Covid. Vets fear families could end up having to calm down Cowering Collies, Jumping Jack Russells, Border Terrierfieds and Shocker Spaniels, Animal behaviourists from Burns Pet Nutrition have worked closely with All Rise singer and Masterchef quarter-finalist Duncan to curate music specially designed to help keep dogs calm when the rockets and roman candles are going off via a dedicated 6-hour You Tube video. Called Pet Sounds, this bespoke video...
                      by Alyssa Jones  Virginia Tech University Department of Human Development and Family Science just removed Crystal Duncan Lane from teaching a course after she apologized for her Whiteness in the course syllabus. April Few-Demo, the head of the Department of Human Development and Family Science, sent a message to students in Human Development 1134 to announce that Duncan Lane had to be removed from the course due to “a special circumstance.” Campus Reform obtained a copy of the announcement on Canvas, the online course management system. Assistant Vice President of University Relations Mark Owczarski confirmed to Campus Reform that “Ms. Duncan Lane began the fall term teaching four classes; she is now teaching two classes.” Campus Reform reported last month that Duncan Lane inserted a “Who I am” section in her Human Development 1134 syllabus in which she discussed her race and experience with racism. “I am a Caucasian cisgender female and first-generation college student from Appalachia who is of Scottish, British, and Norwegian heritage. I am married to a cisgender male, and we are...
    PORTSMOUTH — This time, Portsmouth probably didn’t mind the downpour. At least after pouring it on the South Point Pointers over the opening 20 minutes. That’s because the Trojans, in easily and successfully bouncing back from their one-point and rain-and-mud-mired loss at Fairland, torched the Pointers for 43 first-half points including 36 in the opening quarter —en route to sticking South Point for a 49-13 Ohio Valley Conference victory on Friday night inside rain-soaked Trojan Coliseum. Yeah, what a difference a week —and a rainmaker — makes. Ten days ago at Fairland, amid the natural-grass surface of Jim Mayo Memorial Stadium, the Trojans —in addition to dealing with the host and athletic Dragons — faced the wrath of Mother Nature as well. Portsmouth played the Dragons amid the rain and subsequent muddied field conditions, losing 15-14 as a Trojan two-point conversion try failed in the final minute. It didn’t help either that the Dragons burned the Trojans once again with a kickoff return for a touchdown —after Portsmouth’s first score. But that was last week, and the Trojans turned the...
    EVERTON coach Duncan Ferguson went on a spying mission to check out giant Stoke centre-back Harry Souttar. The Scot made a surprise trip to look at the 6ft 4in defender, 22, who is starring for the Potters. 2Ferguson has been secretly spying on Stoke star SouttarCredit: Rex 2The Toffees reckon Souttar could be a replacement for the want-away MinaCredit: Rex Souttar was a regular for Stoke last season and attracted admirers with a string of commanding performances. He's also made a strong start this term, and has featured in 10 game so far. Now Goodison chiefs are weighing up if the Australian can make the step up to the Premier League. Everton could lose Yerry Mina next summer and are planning ahead. The Colombian is said to have his heart set on a move to the Serie A. And both Inter Milan and Fiorentina have been alerted to his availability. Most read in Premier LeagueLive BlogUNITED LATEST Ronaldo storms down tunnel after Everton draw, Real Madrid 'want Cavani loan'Live BlogBRIGHTON 0 ARSENAL 0 Seagulls rue missed chances against Gunners at...
    The short message Prince William shared to mark Prince Harry's 37th birthday yesterday shows the brothers still have 'icy' relations, a royal expert has claimed.  Royal author Duncan Larcombe told The Sun that Prince William, 39, did the 'bare minimum' to mark his younger brother's special day as he celebrated across the pond in California.  The second-in-line to the throne shared: 'Happy Birthday Prince Harry,' yesterday on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Twitter and Instagram account. This very 'simple' birthday wishes come after Finding Freedom author Omid Scobie - who penned the biography with Carolyn Durand and released an updated version last month - said Duke and Duchess of Sussex are 'making very little progress' in reconciling with the royal family. And Duncan Larcombe claimed that the short message penned by William showed  just how much tense the relationship between the two brothers still is.  Royal author Duncan Larcombe said the short message, pictured, penned by Prince William, 39, to mark Prince Harry's birthday yesterday shows that the two brothers are not ready to make up...
    Three Aurora, Colorado police officers and two paramedics were indicted Wednesday on manslaughter and other charges in the death of 23-year-old Elijah McClain. The indictment comes two years after McClain was put into a chokehold and injected with a powerful sedative. Last year, nationwide protests against racial injustice and police brutality brought increased attention to McClain's death. "CBS This Morning" national correspondent Jericka Duncan spoke with McClain's parents, who never imagined losing their son at the hands of police and paramedics. McClain's pleas for protection and understanding were ignored by the officers who arrested him after they received calls about a suspicious person. He was walking home from a convenience store. "I can't breathe," he was heard saying on police video. "I'm just different, I'm just different." His mother, Sheneen McClain, said her son was a kind soul who loved to play the violin. "When he was saying, 'I'm just different,' I did everything in my power as a single mom to make sure he wasn't a statistic. He really was innocent. He didn't do anything wrong." ...
                        A State Senator from Georgia who is running to replace notoriously anti-Trump Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan (R) has vowed to “expose all voter fraud,” making the issue of election integrity the cornerstone of his campaign. “Let me ask you a simple question – if there wasn’t any cheating or fraud in the 2020 election, why every time we call for a full investigation, Stacey Abrams and the Democrats respond like this,” State Sen. Burt Jones (R-District 25) said in a campaign launch video. The video cuts to a montage of people screaming and running, before returning to Jones. “Pretty much tells you everything you need to know,” Jones says. “I’m going to make sure we investigate and expose all voter fraud. Because that’s what real leadership does.” Jones, who claims he was the first elected official in Georgia to support Trump’s successful 2016 bid for president, is drawing a clear contrast between himself and Georgia’s current Lieutenant Governor. Duncan was highly critical of Trump in the months...
    Getty Duncan Robinson #55 of the Miami Heat during an NBA game between the Miami Heat and Orlando Magic at Amway Center on December 23, 2020. The Miami Heat inked Udonis Haslem to a one-year deal this offseason more for his veteran leadership than what he can do on the court. The 41-year-old is South Florida royalty after 18 NBA seasons. It’s an interesting use of resources for the franchise, one that pays dividends every time Haslem opens his mouth. The 6-foot-8 veteran recently appeared on the Longshot Podcast with Heat sharpshooter Duncan Robinson. In a long overdue interview, Haslem boldly claims that Robinson is the “best shooter” he’s ever shared a locker room with. That includes former Heat stars Ray Allen and Mike Miller. “The best shooter,” Haslem said of Robinson. “I’ve been around the Ray Allens, I’ve been around the Mike Millers, I’ve been around all those guys that shoot the shit out of the ball but how he [Robinson] gets his shots off — the movement, the handoffs, the dribbles — this mother f***** burns...
    STRANGE but true, there’s no mainstream British television show that’s too stale and run-of-the-mill to be turned into a bit of an event by the simple addition of one or more of the Happy Mondays. You don’t believe me? Watch Bez and Shaun Ryder’s hypnotic appearance every week on Celebrity Gogglebox, or band members cheat their way to victory, against Pulp, on a Bargain Hunt Britpop special. 7Savour Bez’s turn on the new series of Celebrity MasterChefCredit: BBC/Shine TV Or better still, just savour Bez’s turn on the new series of Celebrity MasterChef, a show that always seems to hang around far too long yet is still fairly obviously doing its two hosts, John Torode and Gregg Wallace, all the favours, rather than the other way round. It’s fortunate, of course, to be up against a copycat show as bad as ITV’s Cooking With The Stars. Genie phase The line-up, though, remains everything. A quirky one can lure you in for the duration and, on this score, MasterChef surpassed itself in week one. To such an extent, Bez wasn’t even...