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    Getty Coby White #0 of the Chicago Bulls handles the basketball The Chicago Bulls have a big decision to make and Ayo Dosunmu will play a large role in it, writes Sam Smith in his “Ask Sam” mailbag. Drafted 38th overall last June, all Dosunmu did throughout his rookie campaign was prove that several teams made a mistake. If Smith is correct in his assertion of Dosunmu, then the domino effect could be Coby White being traded away. Chicago heads into a critical offseason with a lot hinging on Zach LaVine’s decision. But they will have to improve the roster regardless. As NBC Sports Chicago’s Rob Schaefer explained, White is one of the few remaining trade chips the Bulls have. Whether or not they can afford to part with him could depend on Dosunmu’s ascension.Dosunmu Fits Bulls Better Than WhiteDosunmu came up thanks to a question about how he would like to see the Bulls use their mid-level exception. The reader had added that they hoped to see White develop as a catch-and-shoot option while Dosunmu improved as...
    PACE, Florida -- A Florida sheriff invited a homeowner who shot at a would-be robber to attend a gun safety course to "learn to shoot a lot better" and "save the taxpayers money."Santa Rosa County Sheriff Bob Johnson made the comments during a news conference last Thursday regarding the arrest of a 32-year-old man who was breaking into houses in Pace, which is near Pensacola in Florida's Panhandle.Multiple residents called 911 last Wednesday to report the break-ins and deputies quickly set up a perimeter, Johnson said. The suspect was jumping over fences and breaking into homes as deputies tried to catch him."We don't know which homeowner shot at him. I guess they think that they did something wrong, which they did not," Johnson said. "If someone is breaking into your house you're more than welcome to shoot at them in Santa Rosa County. We'd prefer that you do actually."He added that the sheriff's office conducts a gun safety course every other Saturday."If you take that you'll shoot a lot better and hopefully you'll save the taxpayers money," he added.READ ALSO...
    TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/AP) – A sheriff in the Florida panhandle had some surprising advice for a homeowner who shot at a would-be robber. Santa Rosa County Sheriff Bob Johnson invited the homeowner to join a gun safety course to “learn to shoot a lot better” and “save the taxpayers money.” READ MORE: Here's What You Need To Know As Stone Crab Season Comes To An EndJohnson made the comments last Thursday in announcing the arrest of a 32-year-old man who had been breaking into houses in Pace, which is near Pensacola. Multiple residents called 911 last Wednesday to report the break-ins and deputies quickly set up a perimeter, Johnson said. The suspect was jumping over fences and breaking into homes as deputies tried to catch him. “We don’t know which homeowner shot at him. I guess they think that they did something wrong, which they did not,” Johnson said. “If someone is breaking into your house you’re more than welcome to shoot at them in Santa Rosa County. We’d prefer that you do actually.” READ MORE: 'Get Rid Of It':...
    TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/AP) – A sheriff in the Florida panhandle had some surprising advice for a homeowner who shot at a would-be robber. Santa Rosa County Sheriff Bob Johnson invited the homeowner to join a gun safety course to “learn to shoot a lot better” and “save the taxpayers money.” READ MORE: Here's What You Need To Know As Stone Crab Season Comes To An EndJohnson made the comments last Thursday in announcing the arrest of a 32-year-old man who had been breaking into houses in Pace, which is near Pensacola. Multiple residents called 911 last Wednesday to report the break-ins and deputies quickly set up a perimeter, Johnson said. The suspect was jumping over fences and breaking into homes as deputies tried to catch him. “We don’t know which homeowner shot at him. I guess they think that they did something wrong, which they did not,” Johnson said. “If someone is breaking into your house you’re more than welcome to shoot at them in Santa Rosa County. We’d prefer that you do actually.” READ MORE: 'Get Rid Of It':...
    Kodak What’s the best kind of camera? Some people will say it’s a Nikon camera; others will claim it’s a Canon. And then there are people who debate DSLRs vs mirrorless. But in reality, any photographer will tell you that it’s whatever one you actually have with you when you need it, because you can’t take pictures with a camera that’s at home in the closet. For many years, the role of “the one you have right now” was filled by point & shoot cameras, because they were a lot easier to carry than an SLR. These days, of course, most people use their smartphones to take pictures. But the best point and shoot cameras are still a great step “up,” with better resolution, image quality, and a huge variety of features for taking great pictures. Point & shoot cameras fill an important niche. Smartphone cameras are awesome mainly because of their ubiquity, and SLRs and mirrorless cameras are the choice of pros and serious enthusiasts. But most of us fall somewhere in between — we want great...
    San Francisco Chronicle (TR) When he returns for the season, Clay Thompson continues his rehab. The back works well, at least if you trust a warrior. What a thrill for fans who can’t wait to find their shooter. With two major injuries in a row, Clay Thompson spent time in hospital for treatment. But the end of the tunnel is soon for the player to return during this training. It should be looked at when medical staff do not want to rush anything. The bad news in all of this is that you have to be patient to see the shooter again, Even if we wait for 2022 in the worst case scenario. One thing is for sure, Clay is doing better and better. His rehab and his intensive training continue. Ambition? When maintaining a form during shooting, regain all your movement. We assure you, this is demonstrated by the latest video. Putting Clay to Work [via @klaythompson] pic.twitter.com/P3kdPlzkK9 – Players on NBCS (BCNBCSWarriors) August 24, 2021 Read more Damien Lillard talks about his...
    Tennis superstar Naomi Osaka has hit back at Megyn Kelly after the former Fox News star for criticized her for appearing in a Sports Illustrated cover after dropping out of the French Open due to media pressure.  The Japanese-Haitian four-time Grand Slam winner is the first female black athlete to star on the cover of the swimsuit edition. She is one of three women featured - the others being Megan Thee Stallion, the first rapper to feature, and Leyna Bloom, the first transgender cover model. Yet Osaka's cover came after she pulled out of both the French Open and Wimbledon, citing efforts to protect her mental health. Osaka previously revealed that she has suffered from depression since 2018. Osaka, 23, unveiled her Sports Illustrated cover, but was mocked by conservative commentators. Clay Travis messaged: 'Since saying she's too introverted to talk to the media after tennis matches, Naomi Osaka has launched a reality show, a Barbie, and now is on the cover of the SI swimsuit issue.'   And Megyn Kelly weighed in, retweeting Travis and addinging: 'Let's not forget the cover...
    Getty Draymond Green walks onto the court before a game against the Dallas Mavericks. Draymond Green is apparently fed up with critics asking why he doesn’t shoot the ball more often. The Golden State Warriors big man lashed out at critics in an appearance on HBO’s “The Shop: Uninterrupted,” using some very choice language to explain the reason behind his rather unselfish play. In the midst of a general discussion about what makes a good leader, Green argued that his ability to delegate the team’s offensive duties to his future Hall of Fame teammate is a good thing, not a defect of his own game. The latest Warriors news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Warriors newsletter here! Join Heavy on Warriors! Green Gets Salty With His CriticsThe discussion on Friday’s show included comedian and talk show host Chelsea Handler, who said she believes the ability to delegate responsibilities is the sign of a true leader. That sparked a strong response from Green, who went on an expletive-filled rant about people who have criticized him...
    CHINESE fighter pilots have been going up against aircraft piloted by artificial intelligence that fare "better than humans" and can shoot them down in simulated dogfights. The Air Force has been testing out AI systems that have been "sharpening the sword" for the country's pilots, Chinese media reported. 5The aircrafts piloted by artificial intelligence can beat their human rivalsCredit: AFP A People's Liberation Army Air Force brigade flight team leader and recognized fighter ace, Fang Guoyu, was recently "shot down" by one of the advanced aircraft. The AI adversary proved triumphant during an air-to-air combat simulation, according to the Chinese military's official newspaper, PLA Daily. Guoyo explained that although it was easy to defeat the AI aircraft in the early stages of training, the AI learned from its human opponent with each battle. After showing off his flying skills and winning one round of combat, the AI returned with a vengeance - using the same technique Guoyo just had and defeating him. ...
    More On: brooklyn nets ‘Crazy’ incident may have changed everything in Nets-Bucks series Nets’ mindset heading into crucial Game 4 ‘The Real MVP’ provides touching view of Kevin Durant What Amar’e Stoudemire thinks Nets will be facing in Game 4 MILWAUKEE — The Nets know they blew a golden opportunity to take complete command of the Eastern Conference semifinals, left frustrated after wasting wide-open looks they may not get again. And they can’t change that. What they can change — have to change — is how they respond Sunday in Game 4 against the Bucks (3 p.m., ABC). “It was a missed opportunity. We missed a lot of shots, lot of makeable shots,” coach Steve Nash said. “But we don’t just chalk it all up to that. We recognize that you still have to find a way to win even if the ball’s not going in the basket like it normally does. We missed a great opportunity, but we also have a lot of things we can improve and clean up and have a better performance. “They were physical,...
    More On: new york knicks Where would the Knicks be without Derrick Rose Jets new head coach gets police escort to Knicks-Hawks game Knicks can’t take this show on the road Hawks fuming after Knicks fan spat on new Garden villain Like a good neighbor, the friendly rims at State Farm Arena will be there for the Hawks. Coming off a dreadful shooting second half in a loss to the Knicks at Madison Square Garden in Game 2 of their playoff series, the Hawks are hoping that a return home Friday — combined with a more aggressive offensive philosophy — will solve what otherwise could become a series-defining issue. “All you’ve heard about for the last week is how great and how loud MSG is, how crazy their fans are, how it’s great to have New York basketball back,” Hawks guard Kevin Huerter said. “Blah, blah, blah. We are ready to get back in front of our fans and hear them and flip the script a little bit.” The clearest path to a reversal is to make more shots....
    On Saturday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Weekends with Alex Witt,” Congressional Black Caucus Chair Rep. Joyce Beatty (D-OH) argued that police officers “could shoot in the air” and that “Teachers go and break up fights with knives every day.” Beatty said, “We have to have a better way of de-escalating. Here is an occurrence where the police knew they were coming with two girls fighting — or a girl and two adults fighting. So, I think we have to look at the system. one size can’t fit all. You can’t say that you are trained to only shoot to the center of the body. Four shots, I mean, come on, the first shot would knock the knife, a kitchen knife to the ground. And when you look at what’s happening here in Franklin County, I’m embarrassed by it. When you look at the number of percentages of fatal shootings at the hands of law enforcement, when you look at, we’re rated 18th out of 100 of the largest, most populous cities in the nation. We need to take a longer look, a...
    On Friday’s broadcast of CNN’s “OutFront,” Congressional Black Caucus Chair Rep. Joyce Beatty (D-OH) stated that “it’s appalling” that police officers are trained to always shoot for the center of the body, and if Ma’Khia Bryant “had a water gun, if she had a sandwich, if she had keys, if she had a cell phone, and it looks like she was going to hit or harm someone,” the police would have shot her. Beatty also argued that we don’t know whether Bryant’s intention was to kill the person she was attacking with a knife and we can’t say whether the person Bryant was attacking would have been killed. Beatty said, “Well, I think we have to be in a better position to say that we should be saving all lives. We can’t say that the lady in the pink would have been killed. Here’s what I believe: You see in eleven seconds, four shots and a teenager on the ground dead. I think there has to be a better way. One size can’t fit all. When I hear the police...
    More On: the masters Golfer hits stunning, rare hole-in-one at the Masters ESPN, CBS turn blind eye to Tiger Woods’ haunted past Golfer suffers embarrassing fall, hot-mic debacle in Masters nightmare Two big-name major champs miss Masters cut AUGUSTA, Ga. — Phil Mickelson had been waiting for the kind of round he shot Saturday for a long time. He just wishes it had come sooner. Mickelson, for weeks, has been saying he felt his game is close to being sharp, yet it hasn’t shown in his scores. He rallied on Friday to make the Masters cut on the number at 3-over and in Saturday’s third round he posted a 3-under 69 to get to even par for the tournament. “For the first time in a long time I finally scored — like I shot a number that was equivalent or even better than the way I was hitting it,’’ Mickelson said. “This was a round, first time in a long time, where I scored, where I just kept saving shots and putting it in the right spot. “I didn’t...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Broward Sheriff’s Office detectives arrested a 15-year-old accused of threatening to commit a shooting at Pompano Beach Middle School. BSO said the teen entered a virtual classroom at the school around 10:43 a.m. on Thursday and told the teacher and students, “You guys better hide. I’m gonna shoot it up.” READ MORE: Catholic Bishops: Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 Vaccine Morally Compromised Investigators said the teen then turned on his video camera and began dancing. The school was placed on a Code Red lockdown as a result of the threat, while deputies searched the campus and determined that there was no actual threat. READ MORE: Dont Swab, Just Scream: Dutch Inventor Tests New Way To Detect COVID Detectives said the teen is a student at another school in Broward County. They say the teen, who was not identified because of his age, was arrested and taken to the Juvenile Assessment Center for processing. MORE NEWS: Were Very Concerned: Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber Worried Spring Break Crowds Could Cause COVID Super Spreader Events...
    One day before suffering multiple leg injuries in a single-car accident in Los Angeles, Tiger Woods had remained in Southern California for a photo shoot and to provide golf lessons at Rolling Hills Country Club to a few celebrities, including retired NBA star Dwyane Wade and comedian David Spade. Woods was in Los Angeles over the weekend as the tournament host of the Genesis Invitational at Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, where he presented the championship trophy to winner Max Homa. The 15-time major winner spent Monday filming a shoot with Golf Digest and Golf TV, with Spade joking that he gave Woods golf lessons, not the other way around. Wade also posted a video to Instagram from the golf course with a jovial Woods chiming in from the background. “So I told you I was about to do something amazing today,” Wade said. “And I got an opportunity…I say the GOAT. He’s not comfortable with it, but an opportunity to come out with this guy right here, man. “Tiger thank you, for teaching me something. How good...
    Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images What’s changed over the years that you’ve been doing this from the perspective of your team? How has the job adapted? We’ve gotten better. Like I said, we try to tweak and improve just a little bit every year. We learn lessons on what didn’t work and what we can do better. We’ve also gotten much faster, we rely on technology now. The cameras have gotten better. The internet speeds have gotten better. Our relationships with each stadium and the NFL have grown and they give us the freedom to do what we want to make sure that we get things out as quickly as possible. We have those big moments, that hasn’t changed, but the editing side has gotten better and faster. And now we can edit from around the world, we used to have to all be on-site and we can put more people on it than we ever could before. Are you a fan of a specific team? Have you ever had to work a Super Bowl where you also have a...
    LOVE Island's Amber Gill proudly showed off her stunning one and a half stone weight loss in a sexy red bikini for a new photoshoot. The 23-year-old star launched her new fitness plan Amber Flexx today after wowing followers with her incredible body transformation. 9Amber looks sensational in The Sun's exclusive snaps Credit: DAVID VENNI In new snaps exclusive to The Sun, the reality TV champ looks incredible as she poses in a tiny red bikini. Amber's toned abs are on display in the two-piece, which includes a string top with ruched detailing. She has accessorised with a pair of clear heels, and draws attention to her enviable bottom - which she is pleased to have kept despite her weight loss - with the sultry poses. Sharing previous before and after snaps, Amber told fans: "Guys look at this… I lost my lockdown weight! 9The star has lost one and a half stone Credit: DAVID VENNI 9She's thrilled to have kept her enviable bottom Credit: DAVID VENNI 9Amber admitted she's 'proud' of her transformationCredit: DAVID VENNI "I’m so proud...
    So far in the 2020-21 off-season, the Milwaukee Bucks have been the most active team. They traded for Bogdan Bogdanovic and Jrue Holiday and are doing their best to provide a contending team for superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo. He had announced earlier that his stay depends on what decisions the team makes. So the Bucks are doing everything they can to keep him in Milwaukee. Former NBA champion Channing Frye recently tweeted about this trade but said it still didn’t make the Bucks better. When asked for an explanation, he had a simple three-word response. Giannis can’t score. https://t.co/snh4SrO12h — Channing Frye (@channingfrye) November 17, 2020 Frye later corrected himself to say he meant shoot rather than score when fans began badgering him in the comments. He also admitted how he had struggled against Giannis back in his playing days. Guys I meant shoot Jesus Christ. He’s a amazing player. People want to jump on anything these days. I know he scores I couldn’t guard him for shit. Lol https://t.co/3suQMfKmUc — Channing Frye (@channingfrye) November 17, 2020 So far in his...
    Vice President Mike Pence was still delivering his speech at the Republican National Convention Wednesday night when The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah turned to far more pressing matters.  “After the George Floyd protests, which swept not only the U.S. but many countries around the world, there was definitely a sense that this could be the moment of systemic change,” the host began. “But as we’ve been reminded of yet again, there is still a long way to go.”  Noah was of course talking about the police shooting of 29-year-old Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, this week. “I’ll never get used to how quickly police go from issuing demands to using deadly force,” he said. “Whatever happened to warning shots? Or tackling a suspect? Are we really meant to believe that the only two options a cop has is do nothing or shoot somebody in the back seven times?” After playing the powerful words of Blake’s sister, Noah said that it “only makes sense that she’s angry.” Because “there’s almost never any police accountability” in these cases and she knows...
    Sofia Bevarly took to Instagram this past Thursday to share a video in which she rocked a revealing pink bikini. The seconds-long clip captured the model, enjoying some fun in the sun while promoting a popular energy drink. The video started with the model strutting her stuff in the sand. It looked like a perfect day to enjoy some time at the beach with a bright blue sky overhead and ample sunshine spilling down. Many others could be seen enjoying the beautiful weather with several riding bikes and many others walking around in the background. A few tall, palm trees surrounded the rest of the area behind the Florida-born beauty. Sofia playfully gathered her tresses in her hands and tilted her head and body at different angles. A few parts of the clip captured Sofia tugging at the bottom of her swimsuit, and at the end of the video, she sipped from a Bang Energy can. The model opted for a skimpy bikini from Meg Liz swim that showed off her bombshell curves. The swimsuit possessed a bright pink hue...
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