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    The NBA might have seen multiple skilled players in the league, but Brooklyn Nets’ guard Kyrie Irving is certainly up there. Irving is certainly one of the best ball handlers in the game right now. The electric point guard might be seen as a volatile player, but there is no doubting the skills he possesses. But was Uncle Drew this good in his college days? Kyrie Irving’s mixed college career When an 18-year-old Kyrie Irving committed to Duke on October 22, 2009, it seemed like the perfect fit. The blazing point guard was joining a program coached by the legendary Mike Krzyzewski and was in the perfect place to become better at his game. Irving’s talent was on full display in the first game itself when Duke defeated Princeton in their season opener 97-60. Kyrie had an impressive start to his college career as he scored 17 points, 9 assists,...
    A BLOKE has revealed he irons his shoes to get them looking as good as new - and it saves him a bundle on designer footwear. Miguel Solorio, aka the shoe doctor, shared a series of clips revealing how he restored a pair of second hand Nike Air Force Ones, and the secret is an iron.  10Miguel spies a battered pair of Air Forces Ones in a second hand shopCredit: TIKTOK Posting to TikTok, Miguel spied a pair of the expensive trainers in a second hand store, saying: “The doctor just found some Air Force Ones  “They’re definitely going to need a deep clean. And also they’re going to need to be uncreased.” He starts on the left shoe, which costs £90 new, and begins by taking out the shoelaces.  Miguel says: “Take off the laces, put the shoe tree on, get my shoe cleaner ready and pour it on...
    Samantha Lee/Insider Harassment is never OK, and you shouldn't have to deal with what your ex is putting you through. At the same time, setting boundaries and letting him know there are legal consequences in the form of a restraining order could help. You should also take this time to find loved ones who support you and are willing to listen in a judgment-free way. Those people may not be your own family. Use this time to pour into yourself and the hobbies that make you happy. Have a question for Julia? Fill out this anonymous form. All questions will be published anonymously. You can read more Doing It Right here. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. I'd been dating my ex-boyfriend for two years when he started to seriously talk about getting married. I thought it was too fast, so I disagreed. Still, I let him...
    LOGAN PAUL is preparing for mission impossible as he faces Floyd Mayweather in his next fight. The YouTuber - who lost his boxing debut in 2019 - faces all-time great Mayweather in February 2021. 6Logan Paul pictured after a sparring session And despite the odds being stacked against him like never before, the 25-year-old is leaving no stone unturned in training. He has put together a squad of sparring partners for his camp in Los Angeles, where he trains in the back yard of his 'Maverick Mansion'. Here SunSport takes an exclusive look inside Paul's camp and speaks to sparring partners involved in the secret sessions. Vlad Panin, 8-1 welterweight Panin, 25, was recruited by Paul's trainer Milton Lacroix after the coach watched the American prospect spar. And they hired the welterweight to mimic Mayweather's iconic shoulder roll and elusive footwork. Panin, who...
    The 25 best whodunit films Fixer-uppers under $100k just begging to be pretty again Thanksgiving is Lamar Jacksons Chance to Remind Us All Just How Good He Is I'm not much of a finance guy, but I believe I'm using the terminology right when I say that Lamar Jackson's stock is currently very low. The reigning MVP skipped the whole "sophomore slump" thing last year, when he decimated defenses in his second year en route to a 14-2 record and the top seed in the AFC. This year has... not been the same. © Provided by The Big Lead Lamar Jackson | Rob Carr/Getty Images Maybe it's all the tape teams have on Jackson after last year. Maybe it's the poor injury luck the Baltimore Ravens have suffered this year. Maybe it's because he's trying to focus on playing football while the coronavirus pandemic rages around him. But...
    DEAR ABBY: My man of three years and I are at a crossroads. He has gone from my boyfriend, to fiance, back to boyfriend, to friend, to “I don’t know what he is now.” Jeanne Phillips  He showers me with gifts and material things, which really don’t mean a lot to me. I thank him often for the things he does, and I reciprocate them. What matters more to me are simple gestures like checking to make sure I get home safely, accepting and acknowledging my friends, acknowledging me on Mother’s Day, asking how my day was, taking me out from time to time instead of always saying he doesn’t want to go. Related Articles Dear Abby: Everyone says he’s a stalker, but now I believe he really loves me Dear Abby: My husband fixed my best friend’s computer and stole a raunchy souvenir ...
    Alex Wong/Getty Images President Donald Trump was mocked and pilloried on Twitter for dropping his 60 Minutes interview with Leslie Stahl early — with many pundits wondering how he thought it would make him look good. The president has been promising that he would release the “full, unedited preview of the vicious attempted ‘takeout’ interview with Stahl, and on Thursday morning he did just that. But even though he may have thought the move made him look like a hero, or perhaps even a martyr, Twitter had some other thoughts. Conservative pundit and former congressman Joe Walsh even noted that he actually looks like “a crybaby, a coward, and a quitter.” The takeaway from this Leslie Stahl interview is the takeaway from all things Donald Trump: He’s a crybaby, a coward, and a quitter. — Joe Walsh (@WalshFreedom) October 22, 2020 Many, including MSNBC’s Kyle Griffin, also wondered how Trump thought “releasing the 60...
    DARREN BENT knew Gareth Bale was really something else when the shy kid put him to shame in training. Bent was the big £16.5million signing of three recruits unveiled by Spurs back in 2007, joined by Younes Kaboul and 18-year-old prospect Bale. 3Gareth Bale played alongside Darren Bent during his first spell at TottenhamCredit: Action Images - Reuters Skinny, timid and quiet, striker Bent was trying to figure out what his new team-mate was all about — until the penny dropped with one moment of magic from the Welsh wizard. Ex-England star Bent said: “It was crazy. I knew they were signing Bale, a good young talent from Southampton, and Kaboul on the same day. “I just remember he was a really nice guy who kept himself to himself. “I wouldn’t say he was a loner, he joined in with a little bit of banter and a lot of people liked him — he...
    CONOR McGREGOR is preparing to brace the boxing world again - with opinions soon to be divided once more on the move. Three years after losing against Floyd Mayweather on his ring debut, McGregor announced he will face Manny Pacquiao in the Middle East. 7Conor McGregor made his boxing debut against Floyd Mayweather Credit: Reuters The 32-year-old UFC star faced critics before and after his loss to Mayweather, ranging from his punching technique and stamina. Others praised McGregor for his effort against the American legend, having won early rounds and landing 111 punches - more than Pacquiao and Canelo managed. For some the southpaw star's quality was never in question, and here SunSport finds out how sparring partners rate McGregor's capability in the ring. Chris van Heerden Before that sparring saga with Paul Malignaggi, there was an original. McGregor sparred South African welterweight Van Heerden...
    Olivia Troye, a former White House aide who worked for Vice President Mike Pence’s office, is sounding off with more details about the Trump administration’s early knowledge about the severity of the coronavirus. Troye appeared on “The Today Show” on Tuesday where she discussed the weeks leading up to the World Health Organization declaring the coronavirus a global pandemic. Although Pence and President Donald Trump have repeatedly claimed they had no way of knowing how bad the pandemic could be, Troye suggests otherwise, reports The Hill. Troye —who was privy to many of the critical, pre-pandemic decisions that were made— confirmed that during a “late January” briefing, the Trump administration was told that the coronavirus was “going to be big.” “We certainly had a task force meeting and discussion where we had this conversation, that this was going to be big,” Troye told NBC’s Andrea Mitchell. “Late January we knew.” Troye...
    A prosecutor has revealed how notorious Alaska serial killer the 'Butcher Baker' - who killed at least 17 women and raped another 30 over 12 years in the 70s and 80s - acted like a hunter to choose his victims and confessed to his grisly crimes when he played good cop, bad cop with a colleague.  Robert Hansen, the friendly neighborhood baker turned hunter of women, would abduct, rape and torture the women - who were mainly dancers and sex workers - then take them in his car or private plane and set them free in the Alaskan wilderness so he could stalk and shoot them like prey as part of a depraved hunting game.  He then buried his victims' bodies and marked their graves with an 'x' on a map.  The depraved serial killer confessed to murdering 17 women and raping another 30.  Many believe there could have been many...
    'It's time for me to pay for all the things I've done in my life,' Jose Martinez told the stunned detective. Martinez had just confessed to murdering 36 people in California and across the United States. It was June 2013 and the man known as the 'Black Hand' or 'El Mano Negra' in Spanish told police he was a drug cartel enforcer who first killed as payback for his half sister's murder in the late 1970s and then mostly for money starting in 1980, according to a new book, The Devil's Harvest.   If Martinez's claims are true, he is a serial killer in the same league as Ted Bundy and John Wayne Gacy, Jessica Garrison, the book's author and an investigative journalist, noted in one of her articles about him.   For more than 30 years, Martinez managed not to get caught for his crimes and he told Garrison that was because...
    Pablo Escobar's secret first born son says he has a 'pretty good idea' of how to solve the series of codes which lead to his birth father's missing millions.  Roberto Sendoya Escobar, 54, who now lives in Mallorca under his adopted name of Phillip Witcomb, found out the infamous Columbian drug lord was his father in 1989 at the age of 24.  He was separated from Pablo as an infant, after being rescued from a traumatic shoot out which killed his mother, by a British undercover MI6 agent, who adopted him and sent him to boarding school in the UK.  Roberto's adoptive father regularly took him as a young boy to visit Pablo Escobar in Medellin, in order to keep the drug lord on board and to track his movements for MI6 - and in 1993 he gave Roberto a series of code's leading to Pablo's millions.  Appearing on Good Morning Britain...
    PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN have made Marcus Rashford their number one transfer target, according to reports. The Ligue 1 champions reportedly reckon England "don't realise how good a player the Manchester United star actually is". 1PSG have made Marcus Rashford their No1 transfer target PSG boss Thomas Tuchel is said to be a big fan. And the French giants could test United's resolve and make a £100million plus bid in the summer, according to the Independent. The 22-year-old is extremely highly thought of at Old Trafford and they would want at least £100m to to even consider selling him - even after amid the financial troubles brought on by coronavirus. MAN UTD NEWS LIVE: Follow for the latest United news Rashford has bagged 16 goals and eight assists from 28 appearances in all competitions so far this season. And he has ten international goals from his 38 England caps...
    Michael Clay, 45, was the head of the Urban and Regional Planning in the Geography Department at BYU in Utah when he allegedly abused the student A professor from a private Utah university owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been accused of sexually abusing a female student and is said to have inappropriately touched her during some of 20 meetings in his office which he made her keep secret. Michael James Clay, 45, was the head of the Urban and Regional Planning in the Geography Department at Brigham Young University (BYU) and according to the complaint from the alleged victim – who is originally from another country – gave her a priesthood blessing and told her he was inspired by god to engage in physical activity with her. Clay allegedly invited the student to listen to some 'meditation music' and 'told the victim that...
    No one can question the basketball IQ of Michael Jordan. However his “team owner IQ” has been proved to be embarrassing at times. All the success he had as a player, has failed to translate in his tenure as an executive. From drafting Kwame Brown at #1 at the Washington Wizards to wasting multiple lottery picks with the Hornets, Jordan has been terrible at his job. His talent-spotting skills were questionable right from the early 2000s. Kwame Brown was a testament to that but his comments about a high school LeBron James were questionable, to say the least. “He may think he’s great enough to be on this level now,” Jordan said. “But when he gets on this level and plays against guys who’ve been competitive and very good on this level, he’s going to find it’s a big difference from that 5-10 high school kid.” Michael Jordan: Amazing...
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