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first_imgiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the latest scores and winners: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONCharlotte 107, Portland 85Philadelphia 94, Toronto 89Washington 104, Memphis 101NY Knicks 117, Boston 106Houston 111, Milwaukee 92New Orleans 118, Orlando 98Detroit 118, Atlanta 95Indiana 106, Sacramento 100Golden State 121, Oklahoma City 100NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUEWinnipeg 6, Arizona 3Pittsburgh 4, Montreal 1Detroit 6, Boston 5 (SO)Edmonton 4, Florida 3 (OT)San Jose 3, LA Kings 2TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALLOklahoma 89, (8) West Virginia 87 (OT)(10) Florida St. 83, (15) Notre Dame 80(16) Virginia 71, Boston College 54(24) South Carolina 57, (19) Florida 53(20) Cincinnati 81, Temple 74Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Relatedlast_img read more

first_imgCleveland Browns backup quarterback Johnny Manziel has been fined $12,000 for his gesture to the Washington Redskins bench on Monday, according to Adam Schefter. Here is the original story on Manziel’s middle finger and here is the Redskins’ reaction to it.  The fine is extremely small and little more than a warning to Manziel.  Manziel has already been an off the field head case to the Browns and the first-round pick will be starting the season on the bench.  Manziel had everything going for him – including a chance to win the Browns’ starting job.  Instead, Manziel partied all off season and got way too full of himself.Here is the tweet from Schefter on the fine.Browns QB Johnny Manziel was fined $12,000 for flipping bird at Redskins bench Monday night, per league source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 22, 2014 Please follow and like us:last_img read more

first_imgAdvertisement be6mlNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs2w0Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E7wto( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 4p5Would you ever consider trying this?😱74vvCan your students do this? 🌚efo2Roller skating! Powered by Firework Image courtesy: Bcci.tvAdvertisement BCCI named the squad for India’s upcoming T20I series against Ireland and England. While Virat Kohli returned back to the squad after missing out the Nidhas Trophy, several in-form T20 players were snubbed for the tour. Team India are scheduled to play 2 T20I against Ireland at Dublin before moving on to England.Advertisement The squad includes the presence of several regulars including MS Dhoni, Hardik Pandya, Rohit Shama and Jasprit Bumrah. Whereas Siddharth Kaul and Lokesh Rahul were rewarded for their fine exploits in the recently culminated IPL with a call-up to the national team.The squad did not have a place for Ambati Rayudu and Rishabh Pant who took the IPL by storm with their consistent performances throughout the tournament. Manish Pandey was given the nod ahead despite going through a terrible patch as of late.Advertisement Former spin twins Ravichandran Ashwin and Kuldeep Yadav do not feature either as Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav have taken over the spin reigns. Youngster Washington Sundar also makes his presence felt in the squad as an option for a third spinner.The BCCI have included a lethal pace attack considering the lively pitches in the United Kingdom. India kick-off their lengthy overseas with the first ever bilateral series against Ireland on June 27.Here is the entire 16 men contingent for the T20 series against Ireland and England.India squad for T20I series: Virat Kohli (Captain), Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Suresh Raina, Manish Pandey, MS Dhoni (WK), Dinesh Karthik, Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav, Washington Sundar, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah, Hardik Pandya, Siddarth Kaul, Umesh YadavRead AlsoBoxing: Joseph Parker wants to knockout Dillian WhyteFIFA World Cup 2018: Iago Aspas with a late goal as Spain hold Morocco to a 2-2 draw Advertisementlast_img read more

first_imgA culture of hard work is what has contributed to the massive success for the Selkirk College Saints over the last few seasons and the team has added a pair of recruits that will help continue the trend.Grant Iles and Connor Harding have committed to play for the Saints in the upcoming British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) season, both arriving with a proven record of tenacity and grit during their junior hockey careers.“There are not very many nights over the course of the season where our team gets out-worked,” says Saints head coach Brent Heaven. “Both of these players have shown that they will fit in very well because of their commitment to compete hard every shift.”Iles arrives to Selkirk College after finishing his junior eligibility with the Creston Valley Thunder Cats of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL). The 20-year-old forward scored 14 goals and added 18 assists while playing under former Saints head coach Jeff Dubois. “I chose Selkirk College because the strong programs and smaller class sizes,” says Iles, who will either take the Forest Technology Program or the Heavy Mechanical Foundation Program. “I also chose Selkirk College because I love living in the Kootenays and playing for a prestigious team like the Saints is an honour.”Iles is a two-way forward who is known for his ability to win faceoffs, but Heaven says it’s the overall style of play that made the Whistler native stand out.“He has an ability to get under the skin of his opponent while still contributing offensively,” says Heaven, who is heading into his third season as head coach. “His tenacious persistence will be a huge asset to our roster given his record of being a leader on every team over his junior career.”Harding is a six-foot defenceman who played Junior A last season with the Elliot Lake Wildcats in the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League (NOJHL).“Connor is an extremely hard working individual with a desire and commitment to physical fitness,” says Heaven. “He competes extremely hard, has a great first pass and plays with edge. Connor should bring another level of excitement to our defensive core.”Harding will enter the Business Administration Program when classes begin this coming September on the Castlegar Campus.“I decided to return to British Columbia and attend Selkirk College for the quality education and championship history of the program,” says Harding, who is originally from West Kelowna.After winning a historic four straight BCIHL championships, the Saints’ drive-for-five was stopped short this past spring when they were defeated in the league semi-final by the Trinity Western University Spartans. The 2017-2018 BCIHL season begins in September.last_img read more

first_img Mosley finished the game with seven saves and three goals allowed on the defensive end for Nicholls. Lily Alfred registered three saves on the night for LSU. Clarke spearheaded the Tigers’ offensive efforts with a goal and an assist. Spencer Valdespino led the Colonels offensively with two shots (one shot on goal). Ainsley Pratt and Emily Werenskiold each had a shot on goal. LSU opened up the scoring in the 7th minute when Fernanda Pina took a pass from Clarke Summer and fired a shot passed the outstretched arms of Nicholls goalie Taylor Mosley. Only 11 minutes later, Clarke scored on a header off of a free kick from Natalie Gomez-Junco for the second score of the game. In the 28th minute, Pitre Christyna served a pass to Jorian Baucom who beat Mosley to the ball and finished with a header for the final score of the game.center_img LSU 3, Nicholls 0 BATON ROUGE, La. – After a short lightning delay, the Nicholls State University women’s soccer team was defeated by Louisiana State University on Tuesday night by a score of 3-0. The Colonels (2-3) fell behind early and could not and could not dig their way out as the Tigers (3-1) played keep-away most of the second half. The Colonels will play their first home contest of the season against the University of Louisiana-Lafayette at 4 p.m. on Friday at the Nicholls Soccer Complex.last_img read more

first_img HomeDigital MarketingMarketing Day: Influential’s latest IBM Watson-powered tool, retailer shopping apps & more Posted on 23rd February 2018Digital Marketing FacebookshareTwittertweetGoogle+share Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.From Marketing Land:Influential launches IBM Watson-powered platform to analyze a brand’s social audienceFeb 22, 2018 by Barry LevineThat analysis generates an overall marketing strategy about how the brand can best reach its consumers.Mobiquity launches a blockchain layer for maintaining a data trailFeb 22, 2018 by Barry LevineThe location data provider is one of the first to actually use blockchain technology for enhancing its platform.Personal agents. Voice search. Chatbots. Check out the SMX West keynote.Feb 22, 2018 by Marketing LandIt’s been a while since search was limited to text on a computer screen. Nowadays, your target audience doesn’t even have to type a query to get results. Search is often voice-activated, happening across mobile and Internet of Things devices, like smart home speakers.Retailers with shopping apps now see majority of e-commerce sales from mobileFeb 21, 2018 by Greg SterlingE-commerce is now a truly cross-device experience.Recent Headlines From MarTech Today, Our Sister Site Dedicated To Marketing Technology:Valassis launches Remarketing Activation to follow up web browsing with an email or postcardFeb 22, 2018 by Barry LevineThe offering matches cookies or mobile device ID to profiles for more than 150 million U.S. addresses.Net Neutrality repeal set for April 23 unless litigation or state action stops itFeb 22, 2018 by Greg SterlingThere are efforts in Congress, the states and the courts to stop the repeal.7 shared traits of CMOs that thrive in the martech ageFeb 22, 2018 by Andy BettsContributor Andy Betts details the characteristics that help modern CMOs stand out.Yelp tests offline attribution using guest WiFi and email matchingFeb 22, 2018 by Greg SterlingThe company said that every $1 spent on Yelp ads resulted in a $110 offline return, based on aggregate transaction data.Online Marketing News From Around The Web:Branded video creators see 29% jump in Facebook engagement in 2017, Mobile MarketerDon’t Let MarTech Vendors Sweep You Off Your Feet: A Guide for the RFP Process, CMS WireHow Brands Can Use Stories on Social Media, MarketingProfsHow to Grow Your Audience From Zero to Millions in Less Than 5 Years, Content Marketing InstituteNeed Email Inspiration? These 3 Olympic Tales Will Get You Moving, Movable Ink BlogSix of the latest brands using VR technology, EconsultancyThe Facebook Journalism Project partners with the Society of Professional Journalists to launch journalists training program, Facebook MediaThe key to unlocking the digitally-enabled store, Retail DiveUsing Analytics for Decision-Making is a Top Priority for Marketers, KoMarketingWhy Leading Indicators Are the Key to Ecommerce Business Success, ShopifyFrom our sponsors: Marketing Day: Influential’s latest IBM Watson-powered tool, retailer shopping apps & more Marketing Day: Influential’s latest IBM Watson-powered tool, retailer shopping apps & moreYou are here: Related postsLytics now integrates with Google Marketing Platform to enable customer data-informed campaigns14th December 2019The California Consumer Privacy Act goes live in a few short weeks — Are you ready?14th December 2019ML 2019121313th December 2019Global email benchmark report finds email isn’t dead – it’s essential13th December 20192019 benchmark report: brand vs. non-brand traffic in Google Shopping12th December 2019Keep your LinkedIn advertising strategy focused in 202012th December 2019last_img read more

first_imgHere’s what is going on. The 1991 verdict was based on much less data than are available today. Since then, hundreds of new studies on the effects of coffee have been published, says Rudolf Kaaks, an epidemiologist at the German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg. Many of these were cohort studies, in which healthy people are followed over years until some of them develop a disease. Such studies are generally considered to provide better evidence than case-control studies, which formed the basis for the 1991 classification.The review panel also took great care this time to exclude any results that might be explained by confounding factors, says Kaaks, for example, the fact that people who drink a lot of coffee are also more likely to smoke. Overall, the studies showed that drinking coffee does not increase the risk for pancreatic, prostate, or female breast cancer, explained the panel’s leader, Dana Loomis, at a press conference today in Lyon. It may even reduce the risk for liver cancer, Loomis said, adding that the evidence for most other cancer types is inconclusive. “In other words, we should not be worried about drinking coffee because of any possible risk of cancer,” says Paul Pharoah, a cancer epidemiologist at Cambridge.Much less is known about the effects of drinks consumed at temperatures above 65°C. But what data there are suggests they can cause cancer of the esophagus. The link is plausible, says Kaaks, who has worked at IARC in the past, because scalding hot water can cause inflammation, which is known to increase cancer risk. These hot drinks now join red meat, shift work, and dozens of chemicals in category 2A (probably carcinogenic) of the IARC classification system.But there are important caveats. “This finding is of limited relevance to people in the U.K. or USA, as it is very uncommon for people here to drink tea [or coffee] at temperatures defined by IARC as very hot,” Pharoah says. Even for those living in China, Iran, and parts of South America, where tea is traditionally drunk very hot, it is unclear how big a risk hot drinks pose. Asked to quantify the risk, Loomis said, “we cannot put a number on this at the moment.”Despite sending those mixed messages, scientists still have something of value to share, Kaaks says. “I think it’s okay to tell the public: Don’t drink your tea too hot,” he counsels. He figures that advice could benefit some people, and it’s unlikely to cause any harm. First, the good news: The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), headquartered in Lyon, France, is letting coffee off the hook after having classified it as “possibly carcinogenic” in 1991. It is now officially in the category “not classifiable as to its carcinogenicity.”But here’s the bad news: IARC experts have also concluded that consuming very hot beverages can probably cause cancer of the esophagus. How big a risk that poses, however, is unclear.Confused? Join the crowd. The two verdicts, announced today by an expert panel at an agency that is part of the World Health Organization, show the limits of such blanket yes-or-no decisions on whether something causes cancer. 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first_imgJuventus concerned over Aaron Ramsey strugglesby Paul Vegas6 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveJuventus management have concerns over Aaron Ramsey’s season start.The Wales international left Arsenal in the summer and moved to Turin on a free transfer.The Daily Mail says with just three starts across all competitions so far this season, Ramsey is just an added cost to the income statement and has not yet proved the value the Old Lady had hoped for.Juventus have, so far, not been satisfied with their summer investment.Since his injury as an Arsenal player away to Napoli in April in the Europa League, Ramsey has played just a handful of games. The Caerphilly-born midfielder is muscular yet fragile and at the age of 30, he finds rapid physical recovery difficult to achieve. Then there is a secondary layer to his struggles. It seems to those at the club that Ramsey has not understood the correct rhythm and demands of Italian style training. About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

first_imgUCF flag flies before AAC championship game.ORLANDO, FL – DECEMBER 2: A UCF Knights spirit team member waves the flag after a score in the third quarter of the ACC Championship against the Memphis Tigers at Spectrum Stadium on December 2, 2017 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images)Fort Lauderdale wide receiver Dredrick Snelson had a wild recruitment, but in the end, he will be staying close to home with the UCF Knights. Snelson, a one time Minnesota commit, chose UCF over finalists Maryland and Penn State. He also reportedly had offers from Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Miami, and numerous others.#Flanagan HS (FL) 2016 WR Dredrick Snelson (@D_Snelson2) signs LOI with the #UCF #Knights pic.twitter.com/iIInG76D5k— Sleeper Athletes (@SleeperAthletes) February 3, 2016Snelson is a four-star player according to ESPN and Rivals. ESPN ranks him as the No. 20 wide receiver in the class.last_img read more

first_imgOTTAWA – With Canadian companies facing a hardening of the border with the United States, Justin Trudeau wants to talk with his provincial and territorial counterparts later this year about breaking down trade barriers from within.The prime minister announced Thursday he will host a first ministers meeting in the fall aimed at making the country’s economy more interconnected.The gathering will likely also be the first opportunity for long-time Liberal MP Dominic LeBlanc to sit down face-to-face with all of the premiers as the federal minister responsible for intergovernmental affairs, a portfolio he took on when Trudeau shuffled his cabinet Wednesday.It makes little sense that companies based outside Canada are met with fewer restrictions to Canadian markets than Canadian companies from within their own country, Trudeau said in a statement.“Foreign companies shouldn’t have easier access to Canadian markets than Canadian companies from another province.”Trudeau has pledged to hold meetings with the premiers annually.The announcement of the theme of their latest get-together came after premiers were briefed on international trade issues by Canada’s ambassador to the U.S., David MacNaughton, at their gathering Thursday in New Brunswick.Canadian steel and aluminum producers were slapped last month with punitive duties on exports to the United States and car makers face the prospect of further tariffs on automobiles and auto parts crossing the border.Ontario’s auto industry would be particularly hard hit by such tariffs, and while the newly installed Progressive Conservative government under Premier Rob Ford has fundamentally disagreed with the federal Liberals in some key areas, such as on carbon pricing, it stands “shoulder-to-shoulder” with Ottawa when it comes to reducing trade barriers, the province’s economic development minister said Thursday in Washington.A statement from the Prime Minister’s Office did not provide details on the exact timing and location of the first ministers meeting.The federal government said internal trade is worth about $370 billion, or just under one-fifth of the country’s overall economic output.It predicts that removing interprovincial trade barriers could create an economic benefit roughly comparable to the projected benefit of the Canada-European Union free trade agreement known as CETA.last_img read more

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