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    Getty/Ron Jenkins Luka Doncic of the Dallas Mavericks walks past his teammates during the 2022 Western Conference Semifinals against the Phoenix Suns in Game 6 at American Airlines Center in Dallas. The Dallas Mavericks eviscerated the Phoenix Suns in Game 7 of their series and will take on the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Finals. The Mavericks led by 46 at one point, and never let up, eliminating the best regular-season team in the NBA. This came as a surprise, as many were expecting the Dubs to start the conference finals on the road in Phoenix. However, the triple guard threat of Luka Doncic, Jalen Brunson, and Spencer Dinwiddie, took over, scoring 89 of the teams’ 123 total points in the pivotal Game 7. Calling himself the “third guy” in the press conference after Game 7, Dinwiddie was complimentary of the Dubs when asked how they matched up against Golden State. “They are one of the most historic teams of all time. Their nucleus is still intact. Jordan Poole has been playing amazing. So, we will...
    Nick Bosa is tempting the football gods by taking a shot at the Dallas Cowboys that doubles as perfect bulletin board material ahead of Sunday’s Wild Card showdown. Sunday will mark an NFL Playoff reunion fit for this era of 90s nostalgia. For the first time since 1995, the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers will be meeting in a playoff game. The rivalry remains the most frequent matchup in the conference championship round since the merger, but this time around the meeting will merely kick off a potential Super Bowl run for either team rather than serve as the final step before the big game. One player playing in Sunday’s game won’t be buying into the nostalgia. Nick Bosa wasn’t even alive for the last playoff meeting between the Cowboys and Niners, but that didn’t stop him from adding to the rivalry ahead of this weekend’s matchup. Speaking to the media about the Dallas offensive line he’ll be facing on Sunday, Bosa noted that there’s an obvious need for respect but that doesn’t translate to an invincible fear...
    Andy Reid should have plenty of bulletin board material to use for the Chiefs game against the Bengals in Cincinnati. Look, the Bengals are an intriguing young team coming off a huge victory over the Baltimore Ravens, in which they blew out their division rival. But are they the Chiefs? The defending back-to-back AFC champions? I don’t think so. These Chiefs have been there and done that before. The Bengals, on the verge of their first playoff berth in years, have a long way to go before they can match Kansas City’s status. Earlier this week, ESPN’s Damien Woody claimed he’d rather have Joe Burrow leading his team than Patrick Mahomes over the next half-decade. Mahomes is just 26. NFL Network’s Kyle Brandt added more fuel to the Chiefs’ fire on Friday morning, declaring the Bengals offense ‘unstoppable’. "I think the Cincinnati @Bengals offense is unstoppable." @KyleBrandt is pumped for #KCvsCIN and hes got the video to get you on board too. pic.twitter.com/R66Oc99oPE — Good Morning Football (@gmfb) December 31, 2021 Chiefs could send a message to Bengals, AFC This...
    BOSTON (CBS) — If Mac Jones is drawing any added motivation from what Colts linebacker Bobby Okereke said this week, he’s not letting it show. The Patriots’ rookie quarterback was asked during his weekly press conference on Wednesday for his thoughts on the words from Okereke, who said the Colts will try to make the Patriots “one-dimensional and see what [Jones] can do.” The insinuation, of course, was that the Colts feel comfortable with a strategy of stopping the run and forcing Jones to win the game with his arm. READ MORE: Patriots Granted Marketing Rights In Germany As Part Of Worldwide NFL InitiativeRather than defend his own abilities, Jones opted to shower praise upon the Colts’ defense. “I think they have a great defense, and they’ve done a lot of different things each game to stop what their opponent does well. So we just have to be ready to go regardless of the situation,” Jones said. “We’ve just gotta do what we can do to control what we can control, and that’s just playing well on our side of...
    Getty Images Browns receiver Odell Beckham Jr. The Cleveland Browns have a decision to make regarding Odell Beckham Jr. with the trade deadline approaching and the star receiver is a candidate to be on the move. Beckham has long been involved in trade rumors and was a new addition on Bleacher Report’s “Trade Block Big Board.” He joins D’Ernest Johnson on the list, while tight end David Njoku was left off after a big performance against the Chargers. Beckham is coming off a torn ACL and has not been a huge part of the offense since returning to the lineup. He has just nine catches for 124 yards and has not found the end zone yet. Trading Beckham will not be an easy task for Beckham, who is due a balance of $14.5 million. But if Cleveland finds a taker, they could use to opportunity to fill other needs on the roster or build some draft capital.Beckham Has Disappointed in Return From Injury Play Kevin Stefanski: "We need a good week of preparation to get ready to...
    Getty Should the Chicago Bears trade WR Allen Robinson? Things have not gotten off to a great start for the Chicago Bears this season. The Bears have been badly outplayed in two of their three games so far, and they rank last or second to last in most major offensive categories, including total offense (191.7 yards per game), passing yards per game (90.7) and points per game (13.3). Bears ranks on offense after 3 weeks:191.7 yards per game (32nd)3.34 yards per play (32nd)4.15 yards per rush (14th)90.7 passing yards per game (32nd)3.24 yards per pass (32nd)17.86% sacks allowed per pass (32nd)32.43% on third down (28th)13.3 points per game (31st) — Kevin Fishbain (@kfishbain) September 28, 2021 Head coach Matt Nagy may have just given up play-calling duties, and many are already calling for his job. Considering Halas Hall is like a dumpster fire that’s about to be way less contained unless something major happens soon, Alex Ballentine of Bleacher Report thinks a trio of Bears should be traded as part of a major house cleaning: Wide receiver Allen Robinson,...
    Biden administration gives major push to giant offshore wind farm Female Eagle Scouts: For the first time, girls were eligible to be Eagle Scouts -- and nearly 1,000 earned the elite rank © Icon Sportswire, Icon Sportswire, Icon Sportswire PHILADELPHIA, PA - MARCH 07: Philadelphia Flyers fans cheer during the game between the Washington Capitals and the Philadelphia Flyers on March 07, 2021 at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA. (Photo by Andy Lewis/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) Slowly (and we mean slowwwwwly) the good news is trickling in. The city of Chicago just announced that there will be fans in the stands for both the Cubs' and White Sox' Opening Day games. Across the pond, the UK has set May 17th as the return date to sports venues, setting up a potentially raucous, roaring final Premier League weekend. As the vaccination numbers continue to climb and cases continue to fall, things will increasingly begin to look and, more importantly, sound, like normal. But don’t take our word for it, just ask Philadelphia Flyers fans, who returned to the...
    Editorial: Gaming / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Instagram / News / Discord / Forums In 2009, and after the success of franchises like Call of Duty and Battlefield, it was expected that different warlike proposals would emerge that would take advantage of the momentum generated by the Activision and EA IPs. Of course, this meant an open beta for games that showed war as fun and others that would try to go on the raw and dark side, for example Spec Ops: The Line. However, in that year a project attracted a lot of attention and unleashed such a wave of criticism that it ended up being canceled, but today, 12 years later, Six Days in Fallujah is back. The controversial war game that Konami did not dare to publish The war, told by the winners, is always a compendium of heroic deeds and moments that seem taken from a script of a dramatic war movie and by transferring that to video games we get proposals, yes, fun and exciting, but perhaps not so emotional or capable to...
    The hackers who targeted video game developer CD Projekt Red (CDPR) with a ransomware attack are now auctioning off the stolen source code they acquired for a payday of potentially millions of dollars. The breach, which CDPR first disclosed yesterday after learning of it on Monday of this week, involved critical game code related to high-profile releases like The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077. CDPR said at the time that it had no intention of meeting the hackers’ demands, even if that meant stolen material from the hack began circulating online. That has now started to happen, it appears. Earlier today, leaks of potentially legitimate source code information started appearing on online forums, as noted on Twitter by the cybersecurity account vx-underground: This initial leak is believed to include source code of the CDPR’s virtual card game Gwent, while vx-underground disclosed that auctions for the more valuable source code were happening on a hacking forum known as Exploit. We haven’t been able to verify that information, and CDPR has not responded to a request for comment. ...
    Editorial: Gaming / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Instagram / News / Discord / Forums The Back to the Future trilogy of films is one of the most loved by millions of fans and many were captivated by that perspective of the future that was embodied in the second installment. Since then, the possibilities for a successful cinema IP to make the leap to video games were already open and in this case, Super Famicom players in Japan were able to enjoy Super Back to the Future II, a platform in which we controlled Marty on his now legendary hooverboard. However, this game could have another destiny if he had followed his initial plan. Through a post on its official Twitter account, the site dedicated to the preservation of video games and related material, Gaming Alexandria, shared a screenshot of an issue of Famitsu magazine in a moment before the launch of Super Back to the Future II . According to the information, the initial plan of that game was not for a platformer, but an RPG inspired by...
    U.S. role as democracys champion battered by assault on Capitol Chinese city sealed off to squash virus outbreak JuJu Smith-Schuster gives the Browns some bulletin board material ahead of Sundays wild card playoff game © Provided by CBS Sports Nov 8, 2020; Arlington, Texas, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster (19) on the field before the game against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports JuJu Smith-Schuster mimicked one of Mike Tomlin's favorite sayings during a recent media session ahead of Sunday's wild card playoff game against the Browns. Smith-Schuster's Steelers are looking to take advantage of a Browns team that has been forced to virtually practice this week due to their ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.  Along with borrowing a phrase from his coach, Smith-Schuster also offered some virtual bulletin board material for the Browns when asked about the Pittsburgh's upcoming opponent. Specifically, Smith-Schuster was asked if he feels a different energy from the Browns, who will officially end their 18-year playoff drought on Sunday. The Browns, 11-5 during the 2020 regular season, were...
    Trump rioters celebrate US Capitol takeover Then and Now: Coup JuJu Smith-Schuster gives Browns bulletin-board material ahead of playoff game JuJu Smith-Schuster may have cut out the pregame dancing, but he’s still doing some pregame talking. © Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports Smith-Schuster’s Pittsburgh Steelers will host the Cleveland Browns in an AFC Wild Card playoff game on Sunday night. The teams split their regular season series, though Pittsburgh rested most of their top players in a Week 17 loss. Cleveland also is in the playoffs for the first time since 2002, so they’re turning around a history of recent ineptitude. Asked Thursday whether this Browns team is different, Smith-Schuster didn’t give Cleveland much credit. “I think they’re still the same Browns teams I play every year,” Smith-Schuster said. “I think they’re nameless gray faces. They have a couple good players on their team, but at the end of the day, I don’t know. The Browns is the Browns.” Here is the video evidence: The video evidence. “They’re a good team, but…" #Browns https://t.co/578KevTDyb pic.twitter.com/E1NPe9EKjl — Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) January...
    But it wasn’t enough. A couple of days later, Devotion vanished from Steam. In a post published to Facebook and Steam, Red Candle Games said it had pulled the game due to technical issues. The developer said it would also use the time to check whether the game had any other controversial material. “Our team would also review our game material once again making sure no other unintended materials was inserted in,” the company said. “Hopefully this would help all audience to focus on the game itself again upon its return.” Devotion was never re-released on Steam, however. In July 2019, it emerged that the Chinese government had stripped Indievent, the publisher behind Devotion, of its business license. Later that month, Red Candle Games explained that the meme had caused “immeasurable harm” to the team and its publishing partner. After some reflection, the studio had decided “to not re-release Devotion in the near term.” It added that the game could come back, though, if the public was able to review the game “rationally.” Physical copies re-emerged in Taiwan last July....
    Ohio State coach Ryan Day does not want to give Northwestern any extra motivation before next week’s Big Ten Championship Game.Ohio State football head coach Ryan Day has a ton of respect for Northwestern this year ahead of their matchup in the Big Ten Championship Game next Saturday. Day’s Ohio State Buckeyes may be favored over Pat Fitzgerald’s Northwestern Wildcats in the 2020 Big Ten Championship game, but he knows giving the opposition any bulletin-board material would be a bad idea. These are not just a bunch of Rece Davises out there. The Wildcats can play and may have a puncher’s chance to stun the heavily-favored Buckeyes in Indianapolis. “They’re very well-coached,” said Day on FOX’s Big Noon Kickoff on Saturday. “Fitz has always done a great job with that. They know their defense. They know how you’re trying to attack them. They don’t give up a lot of big plays. It’s very hard to run the ball on them. They keep everything in front of them. They force you to work down the field.” “I think on offense, Peyton...
    New York Giants: Is Daniel Jones franchise quarterback material? By: Alexander Wilson November 18, 2020 ShareTweetFlipRedditAfter the New York Giants beat the Philadelphia Eagles for the first time since 2016 in week 10 on Sunday, a little fireball of faith sparked around quarterback Daniel Jones. Jones, who had his worst game of the season in week eight against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, missed several deep balls and looked uncomfortable in the pocket. His mechanics were all over the place, but since that contest, Jones has gone on to win two straight games, protecting the ball at all costs and turning the ball over zero times. The development of Jones has been rocky, especially after the transition to Jason Garrett’s offensive scheme, which took almost half the season to hit its stride. Garrett was just establishing the fundamentals and base concepts of his system, but he has dominated his playcalling in the last two weeks. IMO, this is the best play of Daniel Jones young career. Why? -His pre-snap read of the...
    Former Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa reminded Georgia about his walk-off touchdown in the National Championship Game ahead of tonight’s game between the SEC rivals. Alabama and Georgia football fans will never forget 2nd and 26. When Alabama fans think back to that, they’ll have happy memories of then-freshman quarterback Tua Tagovailoa throwing the game-winning touchdown in overtime to Devonta Smith to beat Georgia in the National Championship Game. For Georgia fans, they’ll cringe and think about the game that got away as they seek their first national title since 1980. Ahead of Saturday’s tilt between the two SEC rivals, Tua reminded everyone about that 2nd and 26 with a very short and sweet tweet.Tua reminds Georgia he’s still their daddyRoll Tide ???? #2&26 — Tua. T ???????? (@Tua) October 17, 2020 If you don’t remember, it was the third touchdown of the game for Tua who came on in relief of the Jalen Hurts who was struggling in the first half when Georgia had stymied the Crimson Tide offense. That game served as the coming-out party for Tua who...
    ADULT Material viewers were left reeling after spotting a familiar face from Game of Thrones in the Channel 4 drama. The show has made a big impression on audiences since hitting screens earlier this month with its franks, no-holds-barred take on the porn industry. 5Jon Dempsie plays Rich on Adult MaterialCredit: CHANNEL 4 However, as viewers watched adult star mum Jolene Dollar (Hayley Squire) kickstart her career, they were distracted by the appearance of actor Jon Dempsie, who plays her boyfriend Rich. Dempsie captured Game of Thrones fans' hearts as famously well-endowed blacksmith Gendry. The loveable squire famously impressed Westeros' ladies of the night so much that they opted not to charge him for their services. As Rich, Desmpie looks decidedly different, rocking a full beard and moustache - but that didn't stop fans from taking to Twitter in surprise. 5He also played Gendry on HBO's Game of ThronesCredit: HBO What's on Netflix, Disney+ and Amazon Prime?Looking for a new Netflix series to binge or the best movies to watch on Amazon Prime? We have you covered... New on...
    Oxford, UK (CNN Business)Solar energy is poised for what could be its biggest transformation in over half a century. A group of materials called perovskites are being used to create the next generation of solar panels, which could eventually be twice as efficient as current models, and flexible enough to wrap around entire buildings.The first solar cell capable of powering everyday electrical equipment was made in the 1950s at Bell Labs in New Jersey. Back then the silicon-based panels were hugely expensive and converted just 6% of sunlight into electricity. Since then, costs have come down dramatically and today's silicon solar cells can turn up to 22% of sunlight into power. But they're nearly maxed out in terms of efficiency. Now, perovskites offer the potential for dramatic increases in power output, and they could ultimately replace silicon altogether. Solar power could be the new king as global electricity demand growsResearchers at Oxford PV, a company spun out of the University of Oxford, made a major breakthrough in 2018. By coating silicon with perovskite they achieved 28% efficiency. The company believes...
    Federal judge blocks Texas governors directive limiting ballot drop boxes to one per county The best small chain restaurant in your state Accusations of Coronavirus Protocol Violations Should Not Be Bulletin Board Material For Titans The Tennessee Titans have been at the center of a whirlwind of controversy over the last two weeks. © Provided by The Big Lead Titans | Will Newton/Getty Images The players been slammed by anybody and everybody for allegedly violating coronavirus protocol by hosting an unauthorized practice following news of the first positive test in the organization after their Week 3 game against the Minnesota Vikings. That decision may have aggravated the situation as more positive tests emerged this past week, putting the status of their Week 5 game agains the Buffalo Bills in question after their Week 4 game had to be postponed. The NFL and NFLPA is investigating the situation as it develops. For now, the waters seem to have settled as Saturday marked the second consecutive day of all negative tests for members of the Titans organization. Players and...
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — While he has only played in the NFL for just over a season, New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones is smart enough not to throw out any bulletin board material days before a game with the Dallas Cowboys. On the surface, this could be a week where the Giants’ anemic offense gets healthy against a porous Cowboys’ defense. New York (0-4) comes into Sunday’s game with a NFL-low 47 points. It hasn’t scored a touchdown in two games and has had 16 big plays all season. That’s plays of either 10 or more yards rushing and 20 or more yards receiving. Dallas (1-3) has the third-worst defense in the 32-team league, 31st against the run and 23rd against the pass. It has given up a league-worst 146 points, including 126 in the past three games. Jones deftly avoided a question about whether the Giants might have a chance to end their scoring drought this week. “I think we have to focus on us, and that’s certainly our mindset going in,” Jones said Wednesday after a...
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