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The Bernard Lee Poker Show (3/9/21): Daniel Buzgon
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Daniel Buzgon In this episode of The Bernard Lee Poker Show on the Cardplayer Lifestyle Podcast Family, Bernard Lee interviews six-time WSOP Circuit ring winner, Daniel Buzgon. The New Jersey native initially attended Arizona State University for golf management. However, he began to play poker and decided to give it a go after graduation. Since then, Daniel has earned over $6 million ($2+ million live and over $4 million online). He has also captured six WSOP Circuit rings, including two over three days last month in the recent WSOP online Circuit series. Additionally, Daniel was part of the initial season of Pokerithm. 0:00 Welcome to The Bernard Lee Poker Show as this week’s guest is six-time WSOP Circuit ring winner, Daniel Buzgon. 0:03 Bernard discusses 2021 WSOP Circuit that will all be played online. 2:50 Triton Poker Tables Ad 3:48 RunGood Gear Ad 4:30 Bernard welcomes six-time WSOP Circuit ring winner, Daniel Buzgon. 5:33 Daniel joins The Bernard Lee Poker Show. 6:36 Daniel discusses how he got started in poker. 13:38 Daniel talks about his initial success in poker at the 2008 WSOP Main Event and 2011 WPT at Borgata. 24:05 Daniel recalls finishing runner-up in back-to-back WSOP Circuit events at Harrahs’s AC in December 2014. Then, Daniel remembers winning two rings at Harrahs’s AC in March 2017. 27:54 Triton Poker Tables Ad 28:52 Learn WPT Ad 29:38 Bernard continues his interview with six-time WSOP Circuit ring winner, Daniel Buzgon. 31:06 Daniel discusses the boom of online poker during COVID-19 pandemic. 34:51 Daniel talks about capturing two WSOP Circuit rings in three days. 38:05 Daniel discusses the two huge field events that he won at the Borgata and gives advice to the listeners. 46:16 Daniel discusses his experience with Pokerithm. 49:56 Daniel talks about his poker plans for the rest of this year. The post The Bernard Lee Poker Show (3/9/21): Daniel Buzgon appeared first on Cardplayer Lifestyle Poker.
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Dez Bryant unlikely to return to Ravens?
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After two seasons out of the game, it was great to see Dez Bryant back on an NFL field this past season with the Ravens. However, if Bryant wants at least one more run in 2021, it sounds like he might need to find a new home. Bryant is unlikely to return to Baltimore next year, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic writes. Zrebiec thinks the Ravens are looking to get younger at the position, which makes sense considering Lamar Jackson‘s receiving corps was underwhelming in 2020. Zrebiec notes Bryant was a strong locker-room presence, but Bryant didn’t play a huge role on the field, finishing with only six catches for 47 yards and two touchdowns. Bryant signed with the Ravens’ practice squad in late October and was promoted to the active roster shortly afterward. Perhaps the most notable part of his season was a bizarre moment in December when Bryant was pulled from the field just moments before kickoff in a game against the Cowboys after apparently testing positive for COVID-19. Bryant was unhappy, then said that he tested negative and would be sitting out the rest of the season rather than deal with the league’s protocols. He eventually backed away from that claim and returned to the roster quickly. Speaking of Dallas, Bryant played his last season there in 2017 when he started all 16 games and had 838 yards and six touchdowns. He sat out the first half of the 2018 season before signing with the Saints. Unfortunately, he tore an Achilles immediately after signing with New Orleans before he could appear in a game. He then sat out the entire 2019 campaign, and it appeared his career could be over before he resurfaced with Baltimore. He turned 32 in November, and it’s unclear if he wants to play in 2021 anyway. One of the best receivers in the league for a handful of years, he won’t get any real guaranteed money if he signs with a new team.
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Meet America’s 63rd National Park
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As Americans continue to weather the pandemic, the $2.3 trillion coronavirus relief and spending bill passed by the federal government in December brought an unexpected and lasting gift: a new national park.The 5,593-page spending package included a raft of provisions authorizing little-known projects — the construction of the Teddy Roosevelt Presidential Library in North Dakota, for one — and giving lawmakers a chance to advance a variety of long-delayed initiatives. Among them was the elevation of the New River Gorge, in southern West Virginia, to the status of Yellowstone, Yosemite and the country’s other most renowned outdoor spaces. The designation of the area — roughly 72,000 acres of land flanking 53 miles of the gorge — as a national park and preserve creates the 63rd national park in the United States and completes a multigenerational effort, started in the mid-twentieth century, to transform a tired industrial area into a national landmark.“Towards the end of this year, with these big bills coming down, I decided to strike,” said Shelley Moore Capito, a Republican and the state’s junior senator, who, along with Senator Joe Manchin III, a Democrat, introduced the New River Gorge legislation in 2019.“This was the right opportunity,” she said.A draw for rafters, kayakers and other outdoor enthusiastsThe gorge and its surroundings have been prized for decades as one of southern West Virginia’s more spectacular natural places.In 1963, the West Virginia House of Delegates passed a resolution seeking to designate the New River Gorge as a “national playground,” preparing to send the proposal to President John F. Kennedy, whose primary campaign was lifted substantially through support from West Virginia voters. But momentum to create a national recreation area stalled after Mr. Kennedy’s assassination later that year.Though the gorge remained a curiosity among rafters and outdoor enthusiasts, the area only received federal protection from the Interior Department in 1978, when it was designated a national river.Now, the outdoor offerings in the gorge have come to define the area as a premier destination for adventure sports in the East.The New River plunges 750 feet over 66 miles, resulting in long stretches of violent rapids that can reach a class five level, generally considered the most difficult that can be navigated by white-water boaters. (Licensed outfitters operate in several towns near the river, providing rentals and tours for rafting and kayaking.)The canyon walls, which soar as high as 1,600 feet, offer miles of cliffs that rank among the best in the East Coast for rock climbing. Sheer faces in the gorge made of robust Nuttall sandstone provide both traditional and sport-climbing routes across the difficulty spectrum.Bike routes are scattered throughout the park on both sides of the river, with options for both technical mountain biking and more casual pedaling along former railroad beds.A glimpse back in timeAccording to the National Park Service, geologists believe the New River — its name a misnomer used by early American explorers who often assigned the same name to any river they came upon for the first time — was a segment of the preglacial Teays River. This larger river, which traversed much of the current Ohio River watershed, was later diverted and broken up by glaciers. The age of the Teays is uncertain, but fossil evidence suggests it could be as much as 320 million years old, leaving its remnant, the New River, as quite possibly the second oldest river in the world.Beyond the millions of years of geological history on display, the gorge is also filled with signs of the region’s heritage as a major coal production hub.Miners once capitalized on the easy access to rich deposits of high-quality bituminous coal in the canyon, where the river had already shorn through hundreds of feet of rock. Especially after the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway linked the New River coal fields to markets in 1873, dozens of boom towns popped up along the river’s edge, thriving well into the 1920s.In 1963, a coal mine was still operating in the gorge, said Dave Arnold, a state tourism commissioner who operated a rafting company for more than 40 years.“In ’76 or ’77, if you were in my boat, we’d have been floating down the river and I would have been showing you, ‘here’s an old coal tipple, here’s the old hotel at Caperton, here’s this and that,’” he said.The demand for coal around the turn of the twentieth century was so high that towns existed every half mile along up the river, according to the Park Service. As the industry went into decline, however, by the 1950s many were already abandoned, leaving ghost towns scattered throughout the gorge. Additionally, logging during the late nineteenth century stripped vast portions of the gorge bare, clearing enormous swaths of virgin forest.The park contains the remnants of communities such as Nuttallburg and Kaymoor, which still stand near the riverbank and are accessible from points higher up. Seams of exposed coal are visible along some trails leading into the gorge and its towns, where abandoned mine portals and the foundations of coke ovens remain.Restoring an ecosystem with diverse wildlifeDespite the environmental degradation and pollution that industry unleashed, some unique ecological features make the gorge well-suited to a diverse combination of wildlife, which has slowly reappeared as time has passed.The river lies at the center of a migration corridor where plants and animals that typically range further north or south come together, including several federally endangered and threatened species, such as the Virginia big-eared bat and the Allegheny woodrat.According to Lizzie Watts, the park’s superintendent, the river itself is also notably warmer than surrounding areas, making it a popular warm-water fishing destination with more than a dozen public access points. The river is one of the premier spots for smallmouth bass fishing on the east coast, and muskellunge and walleye are common in the park today.“The next generation will have the opportunity to see what, in the last 150 years, it looks like when an area goes from being logged and mined to left alone,” Ms. Watts said. “The ecosystem has come back to full trees and mature forests.”As federal protections took effect after the Park Service began overseeing the area as a national river in 1978, wildlife has largely recovered, and many see an opportunity to showcase the region’s natural elegance.“To show off our rock climbing, our extreme sports availabilities in that area, is just really exciting,” said Ms. Capito of what she described as a “kind of wild and wonderful part of our state.” ‘The cream of the crop’The National Park Service, created in 1916, oversees more than 400 areas across the country, including national monuments, seashores and battlefields as well as parks, which together total more than 85 million acres.While the new title for New River Gorge does not fundamentally alter the area’s day-to-day operations, both lawmakers and the Park Service tend to view “national parks” as the crown jewels of the park system — a protection granted to some of the largest and most prized tracts of the country.“National Park status is usually considered like the cream of the crop,” Ms. Watts said. “But it really is just another one of those names.”The New River Gorge does not match the scale of many national parks in the western United States, where Death Valley, the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone sprawl over more than 1 million acres each.Nevertheless, officials expect the new designation to bring a substantial influx of travelers, boosted in part by a dedicated set of enthusiasts who strive to visit every national park.In typical years, around 1.3 million travelers visit the gorge, according to the Park Service’s tourism data. Based on studies of other areas that received national park status, Ms. Capito said she expects to see visitors increase by as much as 20 percent.“It does feel like the very beginning stages of transformation for the whole area,” said Becky Sullivan, the executive director of the New River Gorge Convention and Visitors Bureau. “I’ll be very, very interested to see where we are in about 10 years.”Maintaining the community and its favored pastimesAs unique outdoor attractions throughout the Appalachian region have gained more national visibility, some concern has grown over the idea of a wealthy and mobile set from out of state trampling the communities adjacent to these places.West Virginia remains the second-poorest state in the country in terms of median household income, according to data collected by the United States Census Bureau. And while tourism has brought a needed injection of wealth to areas all around the gorge, it has also changed the makeup of neighboring communities, as more people have come to visit the park or settle down near it.Interest in the natural offerings around the park has brought slow but measurable change for small towns nearby like Fayetteville. Officials say that the advent of remote work during the pandemic has only hastened a trend of properties in the area being repurposed for vacation rentals and outsiders snapping up second homes.“You cannot find a house for sale in Fayetteville, because they’re just in such high demand,” said Sharon Cruikshank, the town’s mayor. “So that definitely changed the budgeting of the town as well as the county.”When legislation was first introduced to designate the area as a national park, pushback came from some locals. Hunters have long enjoyed access to secluded sections of woods around the gorge, and with hunting prohibited in federal parks, some protested the potential loss of thousands of acres of hunting grounds.In a compromise, more than 65,000 acres of the total area were designated as a nature preserve where hunting can continue as before, and only roughly 7,000 acres directly within the canyon are officially off limits as national parkland. A provision was included to empower the park to acquire more than 3,000 acres of private land around its current boundaries as well, to expand the size of the preserve and add public hunting grounds.In a nod to tradition, the legislation also enshrines the right for visitors to continue to make use of one of the park’s most famous features — the New River Gorge Bridge — at least once a year.BASE jumping, an extreme sport in which jumpers parachute from elevated structures or cliffs, is banned in every other national park.But, since 1980, BASE jumpers have been permitted to plunge from the top of the 876-foot-high bridge and parachute down toward the river once a year, on Bridge Day, held one Saturday in October. The legislation designating the area as a national park allows that tradition to continue.As many as 100,000 people typically come to watch the jumpers plunge, according to Ms. Sullivan, providing a major boost for businesses in the region. 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‘England spinners need control to go with wickets’
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Moeen Ali took eight wickets in the match but struggled for control in the first innings (Pic credit - BCCI) Nasser Hussain reflects on England's defeat in the second Test and believes despite the spinners continuing to take wickets, they need to be able to offer Joe Root more control, while the batsmen can learn from India's efforts on turning tracks... England were completely outplayed in pretty much every department on a very difficult, but not impossible, pitch.I think the toss was more important in the first game when the pitch was flat for two days. Here it started turning after about an hour so, obviously, it was important but not as important. England need to dust themselves off, not moan about the pitch, the toss, DRS, umpires or whatever and just try and rectify and improve in the areas they were found short - and knowing this side, I think that is exactly what they will do. 0:56 England captain Joe Root says his squad must not get too down about their heavy defeat in the second Test against India England captain Joe Root says his squad must not get too down about their heavy defeat in the second Test against India For me, even though they got wickets again and continue to get wickets, the biggest issue is the consistency in the spin department.It is not just this Test match, if you look back at Sri Lanka, Jack Leach and Dom Bess got wickets but Bess, in particular, was very inconsistent with his length.In this game, Moeen Ali got eight wickets in the match and bowled well at times - he bowled some real beauties, like the one to bowl Virat Kohli in the first innings and got him out twice in the game - but Mo himself will admit that in that first innings, he didn't quite have the control and 4-128 is not what you're looking for on such a minefield for the spinners.If you compare that to how India's two spinners bowled and the control of Ravichandran Ashwin, they didn't do anything magical, they just jammed it in there ball after ball. Ravichandran Ashwin was named player of the match after starring with bat and ball (Pic credit - BCCI) I can't remember a period of four Test matches where I've seen more full tosses from England's off-spinners, Bess and Mo, this winter. Wrist-spin is a difficult art and you can give people like Kuldeep Yadav and Adil Rashid a bit of leeway, but a finger spinner should have control of their length.Moeen has some very good reasons for it, he hasn't played a Test since the first Ashes match at Edgbaston in 2019, played very little red-ball cricket, comes back and has Covid on tour then is straight into a Test match. He got better as the game progressed, he bowled better in the second innings.But if you're asking me the main reason why England lost the Test match, I would say if you look at India's main two spinners - Ashwin and Axar Patel - they were more consistent than the England spinners. Dom Bess was left out of the second Test and consistency has been his main issue this winter (Pic credit - BCCI) People will say, 'hold on, you only got 130 and 160, what about the batsmen?' The way that Axar and Ashwin bowled, when you're coming in on day two, three and four, that was about as difficult as it gets batting; turn and bounce from just about every length and every delivery, the sweep shot became riskier.It wasn't a case of which shots you could and couldn't play, it was about which shots had what percentage risk; in the last game the sweep shot was low risk, in this game with the way it was bouncing and exploding, it was high risk as Joe Root found out in the first innings, Ollie Pope and Ben Foakes in the second.You have to realise that it is riskier than the last game but you still have to play it because there was always a ball with your name on. It's just it as risky to stand there and try to defend. What I thought they could have done more of in the first innings is use their feet, try and get to the pitch of the ball, try and smother it.They tried that in the second innings, they were more proactive but by then it was too late so plenty to work on. Root battled in England's second innings before falling to Axar Patel (Pic credit - BCCI) I didn't watch any of that batting and think 'oh my goodness, what are they doing!?' I watched it and thought it looked extremely difficult - that doesn't mean you give up or you don't try, Root battled hard in that second innings and Mo at the end played some shots - but you have to find a way.You have to be busy on pitches like that, you can't just sit in and defend; it is only a matter of time if you just try and defend on a pitch like that. Live Pakistan Super League February 20, 2021, 1:50pm Live on I can't be overly critical of England's batting. They can learn though; India had a batsman in Rohit Sharma who scored nearly 200 runs on it and they had a bowling all-rounder in Ashwin who got a second-innings hundred on it so it was not impossible. England have got to look at that and ask what Rohit and Ashwin did so well to try and learn and improve.There has got to be a strong attitude and a mindset now. When you go to India, you expect to get a pitch like that and you may get another one, we don't know what Ahmedabad is going to be like under the lights. Rohit Sharma showed it was possible to score runs on a very challenging Chennai pitch (Pic credit - BCCI) But one of the pitches in the last two Tests may be another dustbowl and England have got to work out how they are going to play and improve on it.With this England side, let's not get too up when they win and too down when they lose, they had won six in a row away from home and they are a side that's improving but this was a chastening defeat.It was about as tricky as it gets for an English cricketer but that's what the challenge is playing away from home, the same way as it is when you go to Australia and we used to have to cope with the bounce at Perth or when players come to England and have to cope with the moving Dukes ball - it is part of being an all-round cricketer and occasionally you get pitches like that.But even so, the major point I would make - and this is not a criticism of the individual bowlers, not of Mo, in particular - is about the consistency of the spin bowling over the winter.They have taken wickets, I can't stress that enough, and their stats are absolutely fine but Joe can't set fields to it because there is always a full toss or a short ball to think about. Axar Patel had a debut to remember as he claimed a second-innings five-for (Pic credit - BCCI) And just as a batsman, when you're playing Ashwin and Axar and not getting a ball to hit and you're going nowhere, it just takes a full toss or a long hop and suddenly you're 15 or 20 and feeling so much more comfortable. India aren't giving England's batsmen that but has been the case when England have been bowling.It is not just about the three England spinners we've seen this winter, it is a more general point about English cricket and what we need to do to help our spinners to become more consistent.When Somerset produce a pitch at Taunton like the one we've just seen in Chennai, they get docked points, then there is where and when we play our red-ball cricket. These guys Axar and Ashwin have been brought up bowling over after over after over whereas we don't play the right type of cricket at the right time of year to give our spinners the right type of pitches. They have to take some responsibility as well, the batsmen too after a defeat like that, but it was very difficult.Follow text commentary of the day-night third Test between India and England in Ahmedabad on skysports.com and the Sky Sports app from 8.30am on Wednesday, February 24. .
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Jalen Green leads Ignite to 4-0 start in NBA G League
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Team Ignite’s Jalen Green. G LEAGUE PHOTO MANILA, Philippines — Jalen Green sustained his torrid start to lead Team Ignite’s comeback win over the Iowa Wolves, 97-90, in the NBA G League Tuesday at AdventHealth Arena in Florida. The 6-foot-6 Fil-American fired a career-high 22 points as Ignite stretched its unbeaten run to four games. He has now scored at least 20 points for the third straight game. Green, who also collected six rebounds and five assists, capped off his solid outing with a layup for a 96-90 lead with 12.2 seconds left. #GLeagueIgnite remains undefeated at 4-0 take a look inside its hot start as told by head coach Brian Shaw pic.twitter.com/MVggNlGLR7 — NBA G League (@nbagleague) February 16, 2021 Ignite trailed by as many as 11 early in the fourth quarter before going on a 25-7 run to take control of the game. Donta Hall added 12 points, 16 rebounds and four blocks for Ignite, which still awaits the arrival of Filipino center Kai Sotto. UNCERTAIN However, coach Brian Shaw said he doesn’t have a say yet on whether Sotto will be able to play right away when he returns. “That’ll be something that will be determined by the people that are above my paygrade,” said Shaw during a media availability. Sotto came back to the Philippines hoping to suit up for the national team in the third and final window of the 2021 Fiba Asia Cup Qualifiers in Doha this month. But the tournament was postponed again with the Philippines back as the host. The 7-foot-3 Sotto is expected to rejoin Ignite in the G League’s bio-secure facility in Orlando as soon as he clears strict quarantine measures. Read Next Don't miss out on the latest news and information. Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000. For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us.
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Kohli: Gritty batting made the difference
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India bowled England out for 164 in their second innings, with Axar Patel taking 5-60 and Ravi Ashwin 3-53 to secure a 317-run victory and level the series 1-1; the third Test begins in Ahmedabad on February 24 Last Updated: 16/02/21 9:32am Virat Kohli ended his losing streak as India captain in emphatic style as his side crushed England by 317 runs in Chennai (Pic credit - BCCI) Victorious India captain Virat Kohli felt his side's "grit and determination" with the bat was decisive after they overwhelmed England by 317 runs to win the second Test in Chennai. India's batsmen mastered the crumbling pitch well enough on the third day to score 286 in their second innings and build an unassailable lead before bowling the tourists out for just 164 as they levelled the four-match series 1-1.While Moeen Ali's late flourish for 43 off 18 balls represented England's highest score in the match, India were indebted to centuries in each innings from Rohit Sharma and Ravi Ashwin respectively, as well as three other players passing 50. "Our application with the bat was outstanding in this game," said Kohli. "The conditions were challenging for both sides but we showed more application, grit and determination to battle it out. Virat Kohli, who scored 62 in India's second innings, was one of five home batsmen to pass 50 during the second Test "We didn't panic out there, looking at the amount of turn and bounce - we trusted our defence and we scored 600 runs total. If we put up that kind of performance, then we know our bowlers are going to do the job in home conditions."We believed we could get runs on that pitch and it wasn't unfair if the toss went either way. I don't think on that pitch it would have mattered very much."If you look at our second innings on day three, we still applied ourselves and got almost 300. Both teams had to apply themselves and that's what you want in Test cricket from the first session onwards."Ashwin, who finished with overall figures of 8-96, was named player of the match but it was fellow spinner Axar Patel who grabbed the limelight in England's second innings as he took 5-60 on his Test debut. Rishabh Pant stumped Dan Lawrence to reduce England to 66-4 on the final morning in Chennai (Pic credit - BCCI) Wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant, who had struck an unbeaten 58 in India's first innings, also impressed with the gloves as he pulled off stumpings to dismiss Dan Lawrence and Moeen on the final day."He's worked a lot physically in (the tour of) Australia," said Kohli. "He's shed a lot of weight and become quicker on his feet and that's showing. The way he kept on this pitch, with so much turn and bounce, was a credit to him for working so hard."With a super-skilled batsman like him, you won't really see the difference in batting, but when he moves with the gloves you can see the difference in his reactions and reflexes."We want him to keep improving as a keeper and get stronger and stronger with his skill sets because we understand how much value he brings to the team."The India skipper indicated that left-armer Axar would retain his place for the remaining two Tests in the series, which both take place at Ahmedabad. Left-arm spinner Axar Patel marked his Test debut with figures of 5-60 in the second innings (Pic credit - BCCI) The first of those is a day-night encounter, beginning a week on Wednesday, when paceman Jasprit Bumrah is expected to return to the India line-up after being rested for the second Chennai Test."It's a special moment for Axar and I'm very happy for him," added Kohli. "He would have played the first game as well if he didn't have that niggle and he was very keen to step onto the field. "As a left-arm spinner, when you get the kind of pitch that's turning square, he was all smiles and he couldn't wait to get the ball in his hand."I hope he builds it up from here and has a strong couple of games going forward, so that he's always in the mix to play cricket for India." .
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Anthony Davis เผชิญกับอาการบาดเจ็บแม้จะมีการสแกนเพิ่มขึ้น
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แอนโธนีเดวิสหมายเลข 3 ของลอสแองเจลิสเลเกอร์สล้มลงกับพื้นในช่วงครึ่งหลังกับเดนเวอร์นักเก็ตที่สเตเปิลส์เซ็นเตอร์เมื่อวันที่ 4 กุมภาพันธ์ 2564 ในลอสแองเจลิสแคลิฟอร์เนีย รูปภาพของ Harry How / Getty / Los Angeles Lakers AFP ดาราแอนโธนีเดวิสเผชิญกับการเลิกจ้างที่ได้รับบาดเจ็บเป็นเวลานานแม้จะมีการสำรวจที่แสดงให้เห็นว่าเขาไม่ได้รับความทุกข์ทรมานจากการแตกของเอ็นร้อยหวาย ESPN กล่าวว่าเดวิสไม่น่าจะกลับมาดำเนินการก่อนการหยุดพัก NBA All-Star ซึ่งจะมีขึ้นในวันที่ 5-10 มีนาคม ความกังวลเกี่ยวกับความฟิตของวัย 27 ปีเกิดขึ้นจากการสูญเสียเดนเวอร์นักเก็ตเมื่อวันอาทิตย์ด้วยปัญหา Achilles ของเขาที่เกิดขึ้นอีก เดวิสพลาดสองเกมกับโอกลาโฮมาซิตี้ธันเดอร์เมื่อสัปดาห์ที่แล้วโดยมีอาการเอ็นร้อยหวายขวาก่อนที่จะเผชิญหน้ากับเมมฟิสอีกครั้งในวันศุกร์ คำแถลงจาก Lakers กล่าวว่าเดวิสได้รับการตรวจ MRI เมื่อวันจันทร์ซึ่งไม่แสดงอาการเอ็นร้อยหวายขวาแตก "เดวิสจะพลาดเกมในวันพรุ่งนี้กับมินนิโซตาและแพทย์ของทีมจะประเมินพวกเขาหลังจากกลับมาที่ลอสแองเจลิส" Lakers กล่าว Anthony Davis ได้รับการตรวจ MRI ในวันนี้ ผลการวิจัยไม่พบการแตกของเอ็นร้อยหวายด้านขวา เดวิสจะพลาดเกมในวันพรุ่งนี้กับมินนิโซตาและแพทย์ของทีมจะประเมินพวกเขาหลังจากกลับไปที่ลอสแองเจลิส http://t.co/W5ylN7jZwg - Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) ในวันที่ 15 กุมภาพันธ์ 2021 ซึ่งเป็นกำหนดการที่เขาจะกลับมา แต่ ESPN แนะนำว่าเขาต้องเผชิญ "สองหรือสามสัปดาห์" อยู่ข้างสนาม การบาดเจ็บในระยะยาวของเดวิสจะเป็นการตอกย้ำความหวังของ Lakers ในการป้องกันมงกุฎ NBA ของพวกเขา เดวิสซึ่งเข้าร่วม Lakers ในปี 2019 มีบทบาทสำคัญในการเดินขบวนของทีมเพื่อชิงแชมป์ NBA ครั้งที่ 17 ของแฟรนไชส์ จนถึงฤดูกาลนี้เดวิสมีคะแนนเฉลี่ย 22.5 คะแนนต่อเกมใน 23 เกม อ่านต่ออย่าพลาดข่าวสารและข้อมูลล่าสุด สมัครสมาชิก INQUIRER PLUS เพื่อเข้าถึง The Philippine Daily Inquirer และชื่อเรื่องอื่น ๆ อีก 70 รายการแชร์แกดเจ็ตได้สูงสุด 5 รายการฟังข่าวดาวน์โหลดเร็วที่สุด 4:00 น. และแบ่งปันบทความบนโซเชียลมีเดีย โทร 896 6000 สำหรับความคิดเห็นข้อร้องเรียนหรือสอบถามข้อมูลโปรดติดต่อเรา
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Remembering Leon Spinks’ forgotten upset over Ali 42 years ago today
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Did you know Leon Spinks once upset Muhammad Ali?Image: APLeon Spinks passed away on February 5 due to prostate cancer at the age of 67. On this date 42 years ago, he starred in one of sports’ larger-than-life upsets over one of the most unforgettable boxers to have ever stepped into a ring. If you compile your own Tale of the Tape retrospective, without any context, it wouldn’t make any sense. But when you watch Leon Spinks’ seemingly improbable outboxing of Muhammad Ali on this date in 1978, it’s a tale that tells itself.Perhaps Ali, who was 36 at the time of the fight, underestimated the 1976 Olympic Gold Medalist, who had 50 fewer pro fights than the champ and was 12 years his junior at just 24 years old. Watching the much-younger Spinks outwork, outland, and outclass Ali, then the WBC and WBA World Heavyweight Champion, you could see the classic unfolding of an ambitious challenger outpointing a legendary titleholder who owned the division for the better part of two decades. Still, it was clear that Ali was nearing the end of his once-illustrious career. So much so, in fact, that longtime Ali cornerman and physician Ferdie Pacheco, who was on commentary, reiterated his desire for Ali to retire during Round 1 of the bout.Ali, at 55 wins and 2 losses, with 37 knockouts, ventured into the Hilton Hotel in Las Vegas as a 10-1 favorite. His idiosyncratic glow was still vibrant upon entry, but it was clear he wasn’t quite the same Ali who dethroned Sonny Liston in 1964, who devoured George Foreman in Zaire in 1974, and who derailed Joe Frazier in the Thrilla in Manila in 1975. He was even 17 months removed from defeating Ken Norton in Yankee Stadium in 1976. But even still, Spinks (6-0-1, 5 KOs) wasn’t supposed to arrive so emphatically. The challenger was four months removed from a draw with heavyweight journeyman Scott DeLoux, who entered his bout with Spinks, who was 5-0 at the time, with a record of 21-6-1, with 13 KOs. Spinks weighed 27 pounds fewer than Ali’s 224 on that night. Numerically, his split decision victory is not in a historical context matching Buster Douglas knocking out Mike Tyson, the 31-year-anniversary of which passed last Thursday. But Spinks defeating Ali remains an instrumental piece in the list of the 20th century’s biggest sports upsets. And it came at a time when boxing was still one of the most popular sports in America, with the fight airing on CBS for millions of viewers. “In that fight, everything clicked,” Top Rank promoter Bob Arum said of the bout. “[Spinks] came in with a game plan, and he beat Ali. It wasn’t that Ali wasn’t at his best, but Leon shocked everybody with how good Leon was.”G/O Media may get a commissionPerhaps it gets unfairly lost in the context of historical upsets because Ali immediately won their rematch seven months later — Ali winning the heavyweight title an unprecedented third time. The loss not only ended Spinks’ time as champion, but was the final victory of Ali’s historic career. Spinks’ career lasted another 17 years, though he only earned one other heavyweight title shot, losing to Larry Holmes in 1981 by TKO in Round 3. (He also lost a cruiserweight title shot to Dwight Muhammad Qawi in 1986.) It wasn’t Douglas-Tyson, Ali-Foreman, or Andy Ruiz versus Anthony Joshua in terms of upsets. However, it still deserves its place and remembrance as one of the incredible feats in heavyweight boxing history, and perhaps in all of sports. .
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Jordan Clarkson on song as Jazz down Sixers
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Feb 15, 2021; Salt Lake City, Utah, USA; Utah Jazz guard Jordan Clarkson (00) looks to shoot a foul shot in the fourth quarter against the Philadelphia 76ers at Vivint Smart Home Arena. Mandatory Credit: Jeffrey Swinger-USA TODAY Sports Jordan Clarkson erupted for 40 points off the bench as the Utah Jazz overpowered the Philadelphia 76ers 134-123 in the NBA’s clash of the conference leaders on Monday. Clarkson produced a dazzling display of long-range shooting, making eight of 13 attempts from beyond the arc as Utah overturned an early double-digit deficit to score a convincing win at Salt Lake City’s Vivint Arena. 🎷 40 PTS, 8 3PM for @JordanClarksons 🎷 1st UTA player w/ 8 3s off the bench Jordan Clarkson leads the @utahjazz to their 19th win in 20 games! pic.twitter.com/If51imbBsx — NBA (@NBA) February 16, 2021 Utah talisman Donovan Mitchell finished with 24 points while Australian veteran Joe Ingles delivered 20. Sixers star Ben Simmons saw a record-breaking 42-point display — the highest ever tally by an Australian player in an NBA game — end in defeat. Simmons was in superb shooting form, making 12-of-13 free throws while supplying 12 assists. Team-mate Tobias Harris had 36 points with 10 rebounds. But the night belonged to Clarkson, whose high-scoring cameo saw the Jazz stretch their lead at the top of the Western Conference to 23-5, and extended the team’s unbeaten streak to eight games. Ben Simmons is BALLIN’ 😤 He has a career-high 42 and counting pic.twitter.com/WBT0QPs7JC — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) February 16, 2021 “It feels good,” Clarkson said. “The biggest thing is we just got another win. We’re trying to keep it going, trying to keep getting better every time we step on the floor. That’s what it’s about at the end of the day.” Philadelphia, who lead the Eastern Conference at 18-10, got off to a fast start, with Harris’s floating jump shot putting the visitors 14 points clear at 24-10 midway through the first. Utah gradually chipped away at the lead, however, with Ingles cutting the deficit to just seven points at the end of the first quarter. The Australian then got Utah to within one with a three-pointer early in the second period to make it 46-45. Utah finally moved into the lead just before half-time, turning around six points clear at the break. Another Mitchell three-pointer put Utah 86-74 ahead in the third quarter, and they maintained a 12-point lead heading into the final period with the score at 106-94. Clarkson brought up his 40-point tally with a three-pointer to put Utah 121-112 ahead before the hosts closed out a decisive win. RELATED STORY Read Next Don't miss out on the latest news and information. Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000. For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us.
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