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    Getty Head coach Billy Donovan of the Chicago Bulls looks over The Chicago Bulls may not have made the improvements that some wanted this offseason. But that does not mean that they did not try to add pieces to help get this roster beyond a gentleman’s sweep in the postseason. They did secure the services of a pair of useful veterans in Goran Dragic and Andre Drummond that, if healthy, figure to contribute in meaningful ways. Chicago also drafted Dalen Terry 18th overall in the 2022 NBA Draft. He should help supplement their wing defense if he can find a role. That last bit of uncertainty is at least part of the reason why we saw them linked to both Richaun Holmes of the Sacramento Kings and Matisse Thybulle, as one executive told Sean Deveney of Heavy.Close But No CigarIn June, before the start of free agency in the NBA, Bleacher Report’s Grant Hughes named Holmes as someone the Bulls should target. His logic centered around complementing DeMar DeRozan and Zach LaVine better rather than trying to shoehorn...
    Getty Brian Gutekunst Genral Manager of the Green Bay Packers speaks to the media during a press conference introducing Matt LaFleur as head coach at Lambeau Field on January 09, 2019 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Green Bay Packers just opened their second straight training camp with All-Pro left tackle David Bakhtiari in recovery and unable to participate in practice, and for now, there is no timetable on his return to the field. Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst discussed Bakhtiari’s injury prior to the team’s first public training-camp practice on Wednesday, July 27, and revealed the five-time All-Pro selection underwent another follow-up procedure on his knee during the offseason, which explains why he was not practicing during OTAs and was placed on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list leading up to the start of camp. When asked if he thought Bakhtiari would be ready for Week 1 against Minnesota, Gutekunst declined to set expectations but said they were “cautiously optimistic.” “What I will say is Dave had a very significant injury, much more than just an ACL...
    One of Billy Donovan’s more endearing qualities as Chicago Bulls coach is his willingness to say what he believes instead of always reverting to “coachspeak” when times are tough. When the Bulls got off to a great start in November and early December, Donovan warned against complacency, pointing out they needed improvement in several areas. Donovan was forced to start reserves Javonte Green and Ayo Dosunmu in place of unavailable regulars Zach LaVine and Alex Caruso in the Bulls’ season-ending 116-100 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday. And he didn’t try to sugarcoat the difficulties of the task at hand. Before the game, Donovan pointed to the Bulls’ first game in Milwaukee back on Jan. 21, when they played without LaVine and still were in the game in the final minute, and to other stretches they played without Lonzo Ball, Caruso or Nikola Vučević. A win with an undermanned team was not out of the question. “At times maybe we have not been quite talented enough to get over the hump, but I do like the spirit of our...
    DETROIT — The deadline to get vaccinated in time to pass Canadian border requirements for the COVID-19 vaccine has passed for the Yankees’ first trip to Toronto. The Bombers are still not commenting on the vaccination status of their players, but Aaron Boone suggested that he expects to have his full roster against the Blue Jays. “I think we’re going to be in a good spot. That’s my understanding,” the Yankees manager said before Tuesday’s series opener against the Tigers at Comerica Park. When asked if anything had changed with the two unconfirmed players who were unvaccinated in spring training, Boone again did not answer directly. “I don’t know the timelines of everything, to be honest. So my understanding is that we’re gonna be okay,” Boone said. Unvaccinated players were given an exemption last year to travel to Canada and play the Blue Jays. That exemption expired in January and was not renewed. No foreigners are allowed to travel to Canada without being fully vaccinated, meaning having had their final dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or a first...
    SAN FRANCISCO – Great starting pitching, power to all fields, suspect defense, and some up-and-down performances by the bullpen. The Giants experienced it all on a picturesque Opening Day at Oracle Park. After coughing up a two-run lead in the ninth, the Giants finally closed out the Miami Marlins in the 10th in dramatic fashion, as Austin Slater doubled down the left-field line to score Darin Ruf from first base and give San Francisco a 6-5 win. It was Slater’s first career walk-off hit and the Giants’ walk-off victory on Opening Day since 1987 against the San Diego Padres. Giants reliever Jose Alvarez fanned Brian Anderson with two outs in the top of the to help keep the game tied 5-5. The Giants blew a two-run lead in the top of the ninth. Closer Camilo Doval allowed three earned runs, including a two-run homer to Jazz Chisholm Jr., as the Giants fell behind 5-4. Doval also allowed a single to Joey Wendle to lead off the ninth and later another single to Jacob Stallings that brought in Miguel Rojas. In...
    Getty Former Dallas Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein walking off of the football field after an NFL game. The New York Jets are adding some brutus beefcake to the kicking position. On Saturday, March 26, Gang Green announced they had come to terms with former Dallas Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein. Connor Hughes of The Athletic shared the financial terms of the deal: one year contract that can be worth a maximum of $2.75 million. #Jets deal for Greg Zuerlein is for one year & worth up to $2.75 million. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness — Connor Hughes (@Connor_J_Hughes) March 26, 2022 ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! A Proven Reliable Piece Play VideoVideo related to jets sign former all-pro: ‘most talented’ they have had since 20182022-03-26T15:59:06-04:00 In his column talking about the signing, Hughes said that Zuerlein “is undeniably the most talented and established kicker the Jets have had since” 2018...
    Tom Brady is returning from retirement and it didn’t take long for Skip Bayless took the time to tweet his thoughts on the matter.  Tom Brady is back. The legendary quarterback has apparently made the decision to return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for at least one more season. Despite the fact that he was retired, Brady will be coming out of retirement to play in what will be his 23rd season in the NFL. Of course, as with seemingly all things that ever happen, Skip Bayless apparently has thoughts on the matter. Bayless isn’t exactly known for not speaking his mind and he’s more than happy to have you interact with whatever he wants to say. Or tweet. Bayless also tweets. Like this: THOMAS EDWARD PATRICK BRADY IS BACK FOR HIS AGE 45 SEASON. AND WHY NOT? HE SHOULDVE BEEN THE MVP LAST SEASON. — Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) March 13, 2022 Outside of the fact that he used caps lock (or just kept pressing the shift key with every character typed) what’s notable is the evaluation of Brady’s production...
    From a matter of perspective, USC’s process to find new head coach Lincoln Riley did not begin in September with the firing of Clay Helton. It started two years earlier, soon after Mike Bohn was hired away from Cincinnati to be USC’s new athletic director. Bohn and chief of staff Brandon Sosna sat down for their first meetings with Helton and his assistants. Many USC fans at the time wished that the coaching staff had been relieved of its duties there and then. But Bohn and Sosna had a question instead. What do you need? USC had fallen woefully behind other college football blue bloods in infrastructure, from recruiting staff to nutrition specialists to strength staff. Sosna wrote the coaches’ answers on a Post-It and placed it on his new desk. He and Bohn went to work putting checks next to those items, making sure Helton had the resources to do the job before deciding to look for someone else to do it. “We’ve all observed a number of programs that seem to believe that...
    Super Cam Newton has returned to the Carolina Panthers, and he is letting the entire NFL know with this iconic celebration. Something different happens to Cam Newton when he puts on the blue of the Carolina Panthers. His energy, his play, his swagger, everything just gets elevated a little bit more when he plays in Charlotte. After scoring his second rushing touchdown in only his second week with the Panthers, Newton was pumped up. Despite having already run 24 yards for the score, Newton decided he needed to add 50 more yards to that total, making his way to the Panthers’ logo at midfield. He then put the ball down, stood up, and hit the pose that Panthers’ fans know means one thing: Cam’s back. Cam Newton rushes for a 24 yard TD, runs to midfield, puts the ball on the logo, does his Superman celebration, and the crowd goes wild. Just like old times… pic.twitter.com/CHCRMHlpOG — Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) November 21, 2021 Cam Newton has come to Carolina just in time for a playoff push The Carolina Panthers started...
    Getty "Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip" members She decorated, she cooked, she made it nice! According to a new report, some major drama went down on the set of “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip” season two, which took place at former “Real Housewives of New York” star Dorinda Medley’s home in The Berkshires. The new series brings together “Housewives” from different franchises, documenting them on vacation for one week. “The drama started from the moment all the ladies got there,” a source revealed to HollywoodLife on October 5, 2021. “Everyone thought they’d be on their best behavior and ease into filming, but it but that’s not how it went. The ladies didn’t know that Jill Zarin was there. Jill and Dorinda had major beef as did Dorinda and Vicki. There was a lot of fighting between all of them.” The source also added that former “Real Housewives of Orange County” star Vicki Gunvalson had some of the biggest issues with the other ladies. However, there might be a good reason for that, as Gunvalson’s fiancé, Steve Lodge, broke...
    WATCH: Knicks’ Julius Randle has ‘most impressive weekend of workouts I’ve had all off-season’ Alexander Wilson September 6, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit The off-season for New York Knicks All-Star power forward Julius Randle is just an extension of the regular season. Working out diligently to improve his weaknesses and further strengthen his primary qualities is just part of Randle’s new regimen after his best season to date in 2021. Randle was the reason the Knicks made the postseason and secured the 4th seed in the Eastern Conference, playing in 71 games and averaging over 37 minutes per contest. The 26-year-old posted career-highs in points, rebounds, and assists last season but is looking to improve even further after signing a fresh four-year extension with the Knicks. The front office and Randle connected on a four-year, $117 million deal, opening up a max contract down the road for another star player, keeping his cap-hit under $30 million per season. However, despite taking a more team-friendly deal,...
    Didi Shows China’s Tech Giants Must First Answer to Beijing What you should never, ever buy at the dollar store © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad LeBron James was very clear before the season started, he thought there should be a longer break after the bubble. LeBron vented again as the injuries piled up during the postseason (and his team was eliminated). They all didn’t wanna listen to me about the start of the season. I knew exactly what would happen. I only wanted to protect the well being of the players which ultimately is the PRODUCT & BENEFIT of OUR GAME! These injuries isn’t just “PART OF THE GAME”. It’s the lack of PURE — LeBron James (@KingJames) June 16, 2021 Chris Paul heard LeBron, but when asked about the condensed 72-game schedule this year, he said a lot of players had their voices heard. “Man, one thing about our league and its players is everything is always a conversation,” Paul said during his media session the day before Game...
    The Brooklyn Nets Had A Great Season All Things Considered; But How Will Their Success Translate Into The Playoffs This Year? Olivier Dumont May 28, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe Brooklyn Nets have been smoking hot this year. Roaring to life this season and setting the league on fire with their explosive superstars, the Nets have flat-out dominated teams with their offensive fortitude and have not slowed down. Despite having one of the most inconsistent starting lineups throughout the season due to injuries, mid-season trades and personal, off-court circumstances, the Nets still managed to somehow muster a stellar 48-24 record on the season, clinching second overall in the East to secure a big playoff berth. But what remains to be so impressive about the success of this team, is how it has been executed through not only their core big three, but also from their various different role players as well. To see returning superstar Kevin Durant average a deadly stat line of 26.9 ppg, with 6.7 rpg and 5.6 apg in 35 games played, from...
    Getty Former Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Johnson The Brooklyn Nets have been often accused of unfairly loading assets onto their roster in their pursuit of a championship. It is a theory that has made them the villains of the NBA. After coming into the season with All-Stars Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant already on the roster The Nets added three more throughout the season. The team completed a blockbuster trade for nine-time All-Star James Harden less than a month into the season. Blake Griffin and LaMarcus Aldridge (who would later retire) were acquired through the buyout market. The Nets are looking to add another All-Star to their roster as they gear up for a playoff run per Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson, but according to his report, another Eastern Conference rival is already a step ahead in their pursuit. The latest Nets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Nets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Nets! Nets Still Pursuing Joe Johnson“Joe Johnson had a remarkable workout with the Milwaukee Bucks, I’m told,” Scoop B tweeted on April...
    The Penn State Nittany Lions did an insanely impressive job of dealing with coronavirus this past football season. According to Richard Scarcella, PSU athletic director Sandy Barbour announced Tuesday afternoon that the football team had a grand total of one positive case during the 2020 season. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) The single case of coronavirus was contracted outside of the program. Sandy Barbour: #PennState football team had 1 positive test during the season. And it was contracted outside the program. — Richard Scarcella (@nittanyrich) January 26, 2021 Remember when everyone said we couldn’t play college football because people would die and the virus was impossible to contain? Remember those days? I sure do! I remember those days like they were yesterday! Started the weekend on Fox News talking about the incredible success of the college football season. When we were told the season had to be canceled, millions of fans rose up and saved football. Thank you. pic.twitter.com/HKYfLJOdnF — David Hookstead (@dhookstead) January 9, 2021 Well, I’d like to see...
    Like all local companies, Benchmark Theatre had to close down in March because of the coronavirus, but co-founder and producing artistic director Haley Johnson managed nonetheless to be productive. In April, with her partner Marcus Pirozzoli, she gave birth to a son, Mason. In so many ways, this changed everything. Still, Johnson and Rachel Rogers, Benchmark co-founder and executive artistic director, were able to absorb the shock of closure, figure out how to make sure the company survives and plan for the future. Benchmark’s 2020 season will begin this fall with what the directors term “bite-size programming” that still cleaves with this year’s original theme: Hopes and Fears. Benchmark is a relatively new company that took up residence in the Lakewood venue once occupied by Rick and Patty Yaconis’s Edge Theater. Over the past two years Johnson and Rogers have created some memorable productions, from A Kid Like Jake, about a four-year-old boy who loves princesses and the overbearing mother determined to get him into a first-rate kindergarten, to the light-hearted period piece Parfumerie to The Quality of Life, which...
    Five writers have quit courtroom drama All Rise following concerns about its handling of racial issues. Black writer Shernold Edwards was one of three people of color to quit the CBS show after she grew frustrated at how 'we had to do so much behind the scenes to keep these scripts from being racist and offensive', according to the New York Times.  Another writer, Sunil Nayar, said he also had disagreements with white showrunner Greg Spottiswood and felt he was being kept on as a token person of color.  Spottiswood says he 'recognized that I needed to change how I was working' but producers Warner Bros said an investigation had found no grounds to remove him.  Courtroom drama All Rise stars Simone Missick as judge Lola Carmichael (pictured) and has been renewed for a second season but five writers have quit amid concerns over racial issues All Rise showrunner Greg Spottiswood (pictured) says he 'recognized that I needed to change how I was working' after complaints about his running of writer's room The CBS legal drama is notable for...
    Before the cast of Big Brother All Stars 2 was revealed this past Wednesday, rumors and spoilers had taken over the internet regarding which former houseguests would be coming back to play a second, third, and even fourth time. One of the duos rumored to be on the roster for Season 22 was Dan Gheesling and Derrick Levasseur. The former winners are regarded as some of the best to ever play and fans were more than excited to have the men back on their TVs, battling it out for $500,000 one more time. But as the premiere date approached, Dan and Derrick were dropped from rumored cast lists, and some shady gossip suggested a current cast member was the reason behind it. As The Inquisitr previously reported, Nicole Franzel allegedly had Dan and Derrick dropped from All-Stars 2 after she mentioned to producers the pair were scheming behind the scenes in a group chat and forming an alliance before the game ever started. Now that Season 22 is in full swing and the live feeds have been turned on, Janelle...
    Netflix’s German-language time-traveling series, Dark, has been a surprise hit for the streaming giant. Originally billed as an alternative to their other popular science fiction series, Stranger Things, Dark has gone on to develop its own unique fanbase. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the final season dropped on June 27. Fans binged on the last eight episodes and then dove straight back in again in order to make sense of what they had just seen. So, what really happened in the Season 3 finale? For those that are confused, here is a breakdown of the main characters that appeared in the final scene and why others did not appear at all. SPOILER ALERT: As to be expected, this article contains spoilers from Season 3 of Dark. Please proceed with caution if you have not yet viewed all available episodes and wish to avoid spoilers.   Netflix Martha And Jonas As Refinery 29 points out, the main characters of Martha (Lisa Vicari) and Jonas (Louis Hofmann) had a tragic love story that involved the fact that Martha was Jonas’...
    Sporting News’ 2020 preseason All-American team features a total of seven Alabama players between the first and second teams.   Tackle Alex Leatherwood, receiver Devonta Smith and returner Jaylen Waddle made the first team, and they were among the eight SEC selections on that squad. Six other schools put multiple players on the first team, including Clemson, LSU, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon and Penn State.   MORE: 2020 preseason top 25, bowl projections The ACC had seven first-team selections, led by Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence — a preseason All-American for the second straight season. The Big Ten had four first-team selections and is followed by the Pac-12 and ACC with three apiece.   Sporting News is one of five outlets used to determine consensus All-American status. Who made our preseason team? Here’s a closer look.  QB: Trevor Lawrence, Clemson The 6-6, 220-pound junior is 25-1 as the starting quarterback for the Tigers. He’s led Clemson to back-to-back College Football Playoff championship appearances, and that comes with 66 TDs and 12 interceptions. To top it off, he has 10 rushing TDs. The only thing missing is a...
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