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    There are no easy wins in the first half of the Kansas City Chiefs’ 2022 regular season schedule. Even if the Kansas City Chiefs will likely be one of the better teams in the AFC again next year, they will have to earn it by running their gauntlet of a first-half schedule. The Elias Sports Bureau pointed out how challenging the Chiefs’ first eight games are on their 2022 NFL regular season slate. Kansas City will be the first team in league history to play eight teams right out of the gate who had a winning record the season prior. While they have their annual bye in Week 8, they will not face cannon fodder until Week 10 vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars. The two worst teams from the year prior on the Chiefs’ first-half schedule are the Los Angeles Chargers and the Indianapolis Colts. Both AFC teams went 9-8 and were eliminated from playoff contention in Week 18. Chiefs are the first team in NFL history to start the season with eight straight games against teams that had a winning...
    North Coast Section Open/Division I No. 8. James Logan (6-4) at No. 1. De La Salle (8-2), Friday, 7 p.m. No. 7. Amador Valley (4-6) at No. 2. Pittsburg (7-1), Friday, 7 p.m. No. 6. Antioch (6-4) at No. 3. Clayton Valley 7-3), Friday, 7 p.m. No. 5. California (7-3) at No. 4. Monte Vista (7-2), Friday, 7 p.m. Note: The first-round winners in the top half of the bracket will play for the Open Division championship in Week 2 of the playoffs. The loser of the Open Division championship will play the winner of the bottom half of the bracket for the Division I championship in Week 3 of the playoffs. Check back for updates on other divisions
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    HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. (WLS) -- Tickets for the first half of Ravinia's concert season go on sale Wednesday.Tickets for shows from July 1 through August 15 go on sale to the general public at 9 a.m. Tickets for shows after August 15 will be available starting July 21.Concerts this year include Counting Crows, The Roots and John Legend.The schedule includes a six-week residency by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra as well as a series of Carousel Concerts of casual evening performances of jazz folk, and bluegrass music at the carousel-styled rotunda on the North Lawn with general admission lawn seating only.Ravinia Festival releases full 2021 scheduleThe South Lawn will have prereserved, distanced pods for two, four, or six people and will feature a dedicated screen showing the live video feed of the stage. The North Lawn will have a reduced capacity of general admission access with first-come, first-served seating.Ravinia worked with Northwestern Medicine to come up with health protocols, including shorter concerts, reduced audience capacity and shortened park hours before concerts. For more information on Ravinia's health and safety policies, visit...
    US will provide arsenal of vaccines for world; Anheuser-Busch offers to buy Americas next round: Live COVID-19 updates Biden, Capito to continue bipartisan infrastructure talks Friday The NBA playoffs are upon us, and the quest for the Larry O'Brien Trophy is on. © Ron Chenoy, USA TODAY Sports The NBA is moving forward with its plan to complete the season. In the Eastern Conference, the Philadelphia 76ers are the top seed for the first time in 20 years with Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons leading the way. The second-seeded Brooklyn Nets and their star trio of Kevin Durant, James Harden and Kyrie Irving are strong contenders, as are two-time MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo and the third-seeded Milwaukee Bucks. The Utah Jazz are the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference, with the Phoenix Suns second after a breakthrough season with Chris Paul steering the ship. The West is as stacked as ever, with LeBron James, Anthony Davis and the defending champion Los Angeles Lakers in the seventh spot after winning a play-in game. From NFL plays to college sports scores,...
    Mixed forecast on Knicks’ playoff bid as third-toughest schedule begins By: Alder Almo March 10, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Knicks are ahead of schedule thanks to Tom Thibodeau’s maniacal preparation and tough coaching. The much-maligned coach has led the same Knicks core as last year in the middle of the pack in the Eastern Conference that only a few saw it coming. Under Thibodeau’s stewardship, Julius Randle made an incredible 360-degree spin from a selfish player into a leader. That earned him his first All-Star berth. Now, he’s setting his sights on his first playoffs berth. “We’re growing as a team, growing as a unit,’’ Randle said after leading the Knicks to a 19-18 record in the first half, good for the fifth seed in the bunched-up East. “We got to go into the break and stay ready because the second half will be a beast. The first half was great for us, but we know we can keep improving and get better as a team, and we will.’’ They have...
    Fact check: Satirical flyer promotes Capitol siege as Stanford law group event Botticelli masterpiece expected to top $80 mn at Sothebys sale NBA now rescheduling games within first segment of season The Wizards and Grizzlies have each had six games postponed due to coronavirus already. © Stephen Gosling/NBAE via Getty Images The NBA anticipated disruptions this season. The league released only the first segment of the 2020-21 schedule before the season, 37-38 games per team. The rest of the 72-game season will be announced later and incorporate postponements. But that left Washington and Memphis to play at least 41 games in 67 days during the second segment of the NBA’s schedule. No team has played so many games in so few days in the last 50 years. This comes in the load-management era. Teams are more proactive about resting players. The league has reduced back-to-backs and four-in-fives and lengthened the All-Star break. Even as everyone accepted a compressed schedule in order to maximize revenue amid the pandemic, 41 games in 67 days would really be pushing it. Wizards coach...
    American Airlines flight 718, the first U.S. Boeing 737 MAX commercial flight since regulators lifted a 20-month grounding in November, takes off from Miami, Florida, December 29, 2020.Marco Bello | Reuters American Airlines expects the impact of the coronavirus pandemic to continue to weigh on demand and schedules into 2021, the carrier's president said Tuesday. The Fort Worth, Texas-based airline is flying about 45% of its 2019 schedule this month, Robert Isom told reporters at Miami International Airport, before the debut of the Boeing 737 Max's first U.S. flight with commercial passengers since it was grounded nearly two years ago. "We anticipate that's something that will carry on into January and February. We are hopeful that the vaccine will show some promise," he said. American and its competitors have warned investors in recent weeks that a surge in Covid-19 cases and new travel restrictions have hurt fourth-quarter revenue, despite a spike in travelers around the year-end holidays.VIDEO0:2000:20Boeing 737 Max embarks on first U.S. commercial flights since two-year groundingSquawk on the StreetRelated Tags Coronavirus: Business Boeing Co American Airlines Group...
    The Warriors announced the first half of their 2020-21 season schedule Friday, with the second half of the schedule expected to be released near the All-Star break in March. Here are some takeaways from the first 37 games of Golden State’s slate. No relief early With four road games to start the season, the Warriors won’t play at Chase Center until New Year’s Day, and their first two games are against Eastern Conference contenders in the Brooklyn Nets (tipping the season on Dec. 22) and Milwaukee Bucks (Dec. 25). More, 10 of their first 14 games are against teams that made the playoffs last season, highlighted by a nationally televised matchup with the Lakers in Los Angeles on Jan. 18. Fortunately for them, they’ll return to San Francisco after the four-game trip for a seven-game homestand that features mini-series against the Portland Trail Blazers (Jan. 1 and 3) and Los Angeles Clippers (Jan. 7 and 8). After a nine-month break between last season and this, the Warriors won’t have time to shake off the rust. Right away,...
    The Kevin Durant-Kyrie Irving Show finally has a start date: Dec. 22. That Friday, the Nets will host the Golden State Warriors — Durant’s former team — marking the first time Brooklyn’s 2019 free agent splurges will be on the court together. Both missed time last season — Durant with an Achilles injury suffered during the 2019 NBA Finals and Irving with multiple ailments — but have their sights set on bringing a title to Barclays Center in 2021. They join a roster of burgeoning stars in Jarrett Allen and Spencer Dinwiddie, who led the Nets to NBA’s postseason in the COVID-19 bubble over the summer. The Nets announced their first-half season schedule on Friday, with the second half to be announced before the end of the first to give some flexibility with COVID-19 concerns remaining. Complete first-half 2020-21 Nets schedule All times listed E.T. December Tuesday………. 22.. vs.. Golden State…………….. 7:00 p.m. Friday……….. 25.. at.. Boston……. 5:00 p.m. Sunday…………… 27.. at.. Charlotte……… 7:00 p.m. Monday…………… 28.. vs.. Memphis…………. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday…………. 30.. vs.. Atlanta……………. 7:30 p.m....
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The Sacramento Kings on Friday released the first half of the upcoming 2020-21 schedule and announced that games at Golden 1 Center will be played without fans to start the season. The Kings will start the year on the road with a matchup against the Denver Nuggets on Dec. 23. The team then has back-to-back matchups against the Pheonix Suns with a Dec. 26 home opener and then a Dec. 27 game in Pheonix. Sacramento will then play Denver again in a home game on Dec. 29 before closing out 2020 with a New Year’s Eve game against the Houston Rockets. The NBA has scheduled a 72-game season for the upcoming year after the coronavirus pandemic resulted in a delay and late finish for the 2019-20 season. The first half of the season will run through March 4 before taking a weeklong break. The season will then resume on March 11 and conclude on May 16. The Kings said the second half of the schedule is expected to be released closer to the midseason break. The NBA...
    More On: brooklyn nets Close Kevin Durant friend eager to chase title with Nets Nets trade chip isn’t fazed by James Harden talk Nets center hears all of the trade rumors NBA is putting the pressure on Kevin Durant right away The Kevin Durant-Kyrie Irving Show finally has a start date: Dec. 22. That Friday, the Nets will host the Golden State Warriors — Durant’s former team — marking the first time Brooklyn’s 2019 free agent splurges will be on the court together. Both missed time last season — Durant with an Achilles injury suffered during the 2019 NBA Finals and Irving with multiple ailments — but have their sights set on bringing a title to Barclays Center in 2021. They join a roster of burgeoning stars in Jarrett Allen and Spencer Dinwiddie, who led the Nets to NBA’s postseason in the COVID-19 bubble over the summer. The Nets announced their first-half season schedule on Friday, with the second half to be announced before the end of the first to give some flexibility with COVID-19 concerns remaining. Complete...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Miami Heat is back on, as the team released the first half of their 2020-21 regular-season schedule on Friday. Miami will enter the new season as the reigning and defending Eastern Conference champions with hopes to climb the NBA mountain once again. The 37-game schedule will consist of 18 home games, all at AmericanAirlines Arena, and 19 road contests, and run from December 23, 2020 through March 4, 2021. The Heat will play 16 times on national television, including six broadcasts on NBATV, five on TNT, four on ESPN, and one on ABC. MORE FROM CBSMIAMI.COM Miami PD Alarmed By Child Abuse Case Where Child Required Surgery For Burns Mario Ariza: Gov. DeSantis ‘Ordered Public Health Officials Not To Discuss COVID-19 Virus With Public’ 71-Year-Old Homeless Man Heartbroken After His Service Dog ‘Skyp Dim’ Is Stolen Miami kicks things off facing division rival, the Orlando Magic on Wednesday, December 23 at 7 PM. Miami’s home opener is scheduled for Christmas Day, hosting sophomore sensation Zion Williamson and the New Orleans Pelicans on Friday, December 25 at...
    More On: new york knicks Knicks rookie never stressed over NBA mock drafts Obi Toppin is already breaking Knicks records One Knick is desperate to put the stench of last season behind him New Knick has allies in Big Apple Leon Rose’s first full-season campaign with the retooled Knicks will begin on Dec. 23 in Indiana. The Knicks president, who took over the team midway through last season, has begun the process of remaking the team, most notably by hiring coach Tom Thibodeau to help mold emerging stars RJ Barrett and Mitchell Robinson. They’ll get some help from recent additions of No. 8 overall draft pick Obi Toppin and veteran free agent signing Austin Rivers. The Knicks will return to Madison Square Garden for their home debut on Dec. 26 against the Philadelphia 76ers. Along with the rest of the NBA, the Knicks released the first-half of their schedule, building in flexibility for COVID-19 purposes before the second half is announced. Complete first-half 2020-21 Knicks schedule All times listed E.T. DECEMBER Wednesday .23.. at.. Indiana…………….. 7:00 p.m. Saturday…………...
    The Golden State Warriors announced the schedule of the first half of their 2020-21 season, opening the year on an East coast road trip with their home opener at fan-less Chase Center scheduled for New Year’s Day against the Portland Trail Blazers. Their season opener comes Dec. 22 against the Brooklyn Nets and former Warrior Kevin Durant at Barclay’s Center. The road trip continues with a Christmas afternoon game against MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks. The four-game road trip is followed by a seven-game home stand. Related Articles Warriors need Andrew Wiggins’ best after Klay Thompson’s injury Steph Curry and Barack Obama swap ideas on leadership, parenting and relationships Steph Curry is back — and he’s ready to remind the NBA what the Warriors can do Steph Curry friendship drew more polished Kent Bazemore back to Warriors Kurtenbach: Big questions face ‘underdog’ Warriors, Steph Curry as 2021 campaign kicks off The coronavirus pandemic-impacted schedule has all NBA teams, including the Warriors, will play a few...
    The complete NBA schedule is out for the first half of the 2020-21 season. The 2019-20 NBA season feels like it just ended and now we are already getting ready to begin the 2020-21 slate. We knew the preseason would begin December 11 and the regular season would get underway December 22. Next: 5 teams that got worse during 2020 NBA free agency The final game in the first half is between the Sacramento Kings and Portland Trail Blazers on March 4. Will everything go smoothly during this new setup? Fans can only hope as the NBA tries to return to some sense of normal even if fans aren’t allowed in arenas all over the country.
    By TIM REYNOLDS, AP Basketball Writer Some NBA teams are going to have longer-than-usual road trips to certain cities this season. The league released the schedule for the first half of its truncated 72-game season on Friday. The schedule includes something that hardly ever would have been the case in recent years — teams taking a trip someplace and playing two games there before moving on to another city or heading back home. It’s by design, with the NBA doing so to limit the amount of actual travel this season as teams look for any edge in the quest to stay healthy during the coronavirus pandemic. Teams still play half of their games on the road, of course. But the mileage that teams save by playing twice in one place adds up quickly — examples included the Los Angeles Lakers playing twice at San Antonio in a three-day span on Dec. 30 and Jan. 1, and Toronto playing both of its road games for the season at Indiana on a back-to-back dates, Jan. 24 and 25. The dreaded stretches of...
    Some NBA teams are going to have longer-than-usual road trips to certain cities this season. The league released the schedule for the first half of its truncated 72-game season on Friday. The schedule includes something that hardly ever would have been the case in recent years — teams taking a trip someplace and playing two games there before moving on to another city or heading back home. It’s by design, with the NBA doing so to limit the amount of actual travel this season as teams look for any edge in the quest to stay healthy during the coronavirus pandemic. Teams still play half of their games on the road, of course. But the mileage that teams save by playing twice in one place adds up quickly — examples included the Los Angeles Lakers playing twice at San Antonio in a three-day span on Dec. 30 and Jan. 1, and Toronto playing both of its road games for the season at Indiana on a back-to-back dates, Jan. 24 and 25. The dreaded stretches of four games in five nights remain...
    The National Basketball Association will play its abbreviated 72-game seasons in two halves, separated by a five-day All-Star Game break, the NBA announced Tuesday. The first half will be played from Dec. 22 to March 4 with the second half scheduled for March 11 to May 16. It will then conduct a "play-in" tournament between the teams with the seventh, eighth, ninth, and 10th best records to determine the last two of eight playoff berths in each conference. The playoffs will then be staged between May 22 and July 22. The Olympics are set to begin July 23. The first half of the schedule is to be announced on or about Dec. 1, when training camps are to open, with the second half to be released until at some point during the first half. "The second half schedule will include the remainder of each teams 72 games not scheduled in the first half as well as any games postponed during the first half that can reasonably be added to the second half schedule," the NBA said on its website. Unlike...
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