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    More On: brooklyn nets How Nets became the NBA’s hottest team Nets veteran opens up about life-saving heart surgery, giving back Welcome back: Fans return makes Knicks, Nets surge even better Nets ‘can’t wait’ for fans to return — even if it’s only 300 Kevin Durant missed his fifth straight game Tuesday with a strained left hamstring. And though the Nets have offered no definitive timeline for his return, Brooklyn coach Steve Nash said he expects his star back before the All-Star break. “Yeah, I do,” said Nash. “But again, we’re just trying to monitor and be cautious. We definitely have kind of slowed things down in that respect — not putting any pressure on him, not trying to rush him back in any capacity and just make sure that we give him the right amount of time to be more than healed, to be strong and conditioned to...
              Live from Music Row Monday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed guest host Ben Cunningham to the studio. During the first hour, Host Leahy and Cunningham examined the concept of intellectual dishonesty that conservatives experienced from progressives and liberals who believe they know more about governing. They also touched on social media censorship and how some states may be leading the path that may hold Facebook, Google, and Twitter’s of the world accountable and un-protected by Section 230 legislation. (David Ismay clip plays) Leahy: That’s David Ismay, Ben. Cunningham: He’s the commissioner of people control. He’s a tyrant in the making with this virtuous face of saving the planet. Those are the people that are in control of the government...
    Denver program to swap cops for health workers "saves lives," police say Myanmar blocks Twitter, Instagram in tightening crackdown Giannis Antetokounmpo agrees with LeBron James: I dont see the point in playing All-Star Game without fans The NBA's best players have not been shy about their feelings on a possible All-Star Game. Almost all of them are against the idea. De'Aaron Fox started the wave on Wednesday by calling the concept "stupid," and LeBron James took things a step further by calling the proposal "a slap in the face." Unsurprisingly, the reigning regular-season MVP agreed with the defending Finals MVP, as Giannis Antetokounmpostood behind LeBron by telling reporters "we all gotta follow the Big Dog, man." © Provided by CBS Sports "At the end of the day, if we have the All-Star Game, I hope the fans can be there," Giannis said. "And, we can give back to them,...
    CDC reports 618 variant cases across 33 states; Johnson & Johnson applies for FDA authorization; 455K US deaths. Latest COVID-19 updates. CQ Future: US-China relations LeBron calls All-Star Game “slap in the face… I’ll be there physically but not mentally” It’s all but official: The All-Star Game is coming to Atlanta on March 7. As the leading fan vote-getter so far, LeBron James is on his way to Atlanta where he will again be an All-Star Game starter. © Adam Pantozzi/NBAE via Getty Images Just don’t expect him to be happy about it. After the Lakers took care of Denver on national television Thursday night — with LeBron putting up a triple-double of 27 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists — LeBron vented about the NBA’s pivot to play the All-Star Game this season, via Dave McMenamin of ESPN. “I have zero energy and zero excitement about an All-Star Game...
    De'Aaron Fox. Katelyn Mulcahy/Getty Images The NBA is expected to announce an All-Star game to be held in Atlanta on March 7. Fox told reporters that he felt the idea was "stupid," given the intense COVID-19 protocols. The NBA has already postponed 24 games due to COVID protocols. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Count Sacramento Kings guard De'Aaron Fox among those questioning the possibility of an NBA All-Star Game this season. According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the NBA and Players Association are "progressing" toward an agreement to have an All-Star Game, to be held in Atlanta on March 7. According to Wojnarowski, the All-Star Game is one of the season's top fan engagement events and may have a financial impact on the shortened season that largely does not include fans. On Wednesday, Fox told reporters that he felt the idea was "stupid," given the league's intense...
              Live from Music Row Wednesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed all-star panelist Crom Carmichael to the studio and took calls from listeners expressing their concerns with the alleged voter fraud in the recent elections. Leahy: Welcome back to the Tennessee Star Report Michael Patrick Leahy with Crom Carmichael. A spirited discussion today. How do we move forward? People have been calling in. If you want to weigh in (Call number). Quinn in White House wants to weigh in. Good morning Quinn. You’re on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy and Crom Carmichael. Caller Quinn: Good morning gentlemen. My position is that Congress will grant a 10-day extension to examine the voting results because they’re going to be...
              Live from Music Row Thursday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed special guest host and Nashville Tea Party Founder Ben Cunningham to the show. During the third hour, Host Leahy and Cunningham reflected on the 2020 election night where Trump was winning handily, and then in the middle of the night, Trump began losing by impossibly wide margins. Cunningham later explained the media’s disdain for Trump supporters and reprimanded the liberal ideals of leadership and moral superiority. Leahy: Joining us in the studio our good friend Ben Cunningham. Founder of the Nashville Tea Party. Ben, when last you were in the studio was election night. Cunningham: Yes. Yes. And I walked away thinking Donald J. Trump was our president. He is...
    CBS Big Brother all-stars cast Memphis Garrett took a bit of heat during Big Brother All-Stars because a lot of fans did not appreciate the way he continually targeted houseguest David Alexander, calling Garrett racist because of it. Since he has been out of the house, fans have been making their feelings known to him and he revealed in an Instagram video on Friday, November 13 that he has been receiving death threats online.Garrett Says Don’t Carry Hate Around in Your Heart View this post on Instagram A post shared by Memphis Garrett (@memphisgarrett) In his video, Garrett said that he turned comments on for his social media posts and there is “still a lot of hate coming through” in the form of “crazy messages and death threats.” But he just wants to promote a message of love. “Someone once told me this — It’s a...
    Comedian James Austin Johnson has blown social media users away with his spot-on Donald Trump impression. The comic, who has appeared in Better Call Saul and The Last Tycoon, has been sharing videos of his shockingly accurate impressions for months, and his latest attempt has racked up over two million views on Twitter. In the clip, James imagines the President talking for several minutes about Weird Al Yankovic, praising his parodies and accordion-playing talent but noting that he was 'very mean' to Coolio when he did the song 'Amish Paradise.' Amazing: Comedian James Austin Johnson has blown social media users away with his spot-on Donald Trump impression A hit! The comic, who has appeared in Better Call Saul and The Last Tycoon, has been sharing videos of his shockingly accurate impressions for months Spot-on! James nails Trump's pronunciation and speech patterns and perfectly copies his stream-of-consciousness way of talking PRES...
    Everyone knows The Greek Freak. Now meet The French Freak, Victor Wembanyama. A video from ESPN’s Mike Schmitz of Wembanyama playing a game of 2-on-2 with NBA All-Star Rudy Gobert of the Jazz went viral, showcasing the 16-year-old Frenchman’s impressive skillset for someone his size. “Wembanyama’s skill level, agility and incredible length are on full display. Arguably the best prospect in the world regardless of age,” Schmitz, a NBA Draft expert for the network, wrote. Two minutes of 16-year-old phenom Victor Wembanyama and two-time NBA DPOY Rudy Gobert going at it during 2-on-2 in France. Wembanyama’s skill level, agility and incredible length are on full display. Arguably the best prospect in the world regardless of age. pic.twitter.com/4ES1jNyMB6 — Mike Schmitz (@Mike_Schmitz) October 18, 2020 The 7-foot-2 Wembanyama can be seen hitting 3-pointers and handling the ball. He plays for Nanterre 92 in France’s Pro A, the same franchise...
    Everyone knows The Greek Freak. Now meet The French Freak, Victor Wembanyama. A video from ESPN’s Mike Schmitz of Wembanyama playing a game of 2-on-2 with NBA All-Star Rudy Gobert of the Jazz went viral, showcasing the 16-year-old Frenchman’s impressive skillset for someone his size. “Wembanyama’s skill level, agility and incredible length are on full display. Arguably the best prospect in the world regardless of age,” Schmitz, a NBA Draft expert for the network, wrote. Two minutes of 16-year-old phenom Victor Wembanyama and two-time NBA DPOY Rudy Gobert going at it during 2-on-2 in France. Wembanyamas skill level, agility and incredible length are on full display. Arguably the best prospect in the world regardless of age. pic.twitter.com/4ES1jNyMB6 — Mike Schmitz (@Mike_Schmitz) October 18, 2020 The 7-foot-2 Wembanyama can be seen hitting 3-pointers and handling the ball. He plays for Nanterre 92 in France’s Pro A, the same franchise...
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    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) –  Mavericks guard Luka Dončić was named to the 2019-20 All-NBA First Team, the NBA announced Wednesday. The 2019-20 All-NBA First Team! @Giannis_An34 (unanimous)@KingJames (unanimous)@JHarden13 @AntDavis23 @luka7doncic pic.twitter.com/gwUEO6rJHf — NBA (@NBA) September 16, 2020 He becomes the third Maverick to earn All-NBA honors, joining Dirk Nowitzki (12 times) and Steve Nash (twice). Luka Doncic #77 of the Dallas Mavericks celebrates a three point basket with teammate Dorian Finney-Smith #10 during the fourth quarter against the Milwaukee Bucks at The Arena at ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on August 08, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) He also joins Nowitzki (2005, 2006, 2007, 2009) as the only Mavericks to garner All-NBA First Team accolades. Dončić becomes the sixth player to earn All-NBA First Team honors at age 21-or-younger. The second-year guard becomes the first player named to the All-NBA First Team...
    Bravo The “Actual Housewives of New Jersey” emblem. In a current August 2020 Instagram stay, former Actual Housewives of Orange County star Tamra Decide revealed that Bravo is planning on doing a Actual Housewives: All-Stars particular. Decide joined an Instagram Reside with the Instagram account @facesbybravo. On the stay, the host, Steve, the person behind @facesbybravo, requested Decide if Bravo ever deliberate to do a Actual Housewives: All-Stars present. In response, Decide mentioned, “They’re doing that. They began casting proper earlier than COVID hit, and I do know just a few those that had been casted, after which they needed to shut it down since you clearly can’t journey. So, I do know it’s within the works however who is aware of, with COVID all the pieces is simply type of placed on maintain.” The premise of a Actual Housewives: All-Stars present could be...
    Bravo The "Real Housewives of New Jersey" logo. In a recent August 2020 Instagram live, former Real Housewives of Orange County star Tamra Judge revealed that Bravo is planning to do a Real Housewives: All-Stars special. Judge joined an Instagram Live with the Instagram account @facesbybravo. On the live, the host, Steve, the man behind @facesbybravo, asked Judge if Bravo ever planned to do a Real Housewives: All-Stars show. In response, Judge said, “They are doing that. They started casting right before COVID hit, and I know a few people that were casted, and then they had to shut it down because you obviously can’t travel. So, I know it’s in the works but who knows, with COVID everything is just kind of put on hold.” The premise of a Real Housewives: All-Stars show would be if the network were to gather different Housewives from various franchises and film them...
    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...
    The 'Big Brother 20' stars were one of three couples who found love on the CBS reality show in 2018, and the first to call it quits. Big Brother stars Haleigh Broucher and Fessy Shafatt have ended their relationship two years after first meeting in the CBS summertime house, but some think they are already planning a reunion during the quarantined all-stars season. In a post to Twitter, which can be seen here, Haleigh wrote that the couple has decided to “split ways” and focus on themselves. “This was not an easy decision, and we have truly tried every possible thing we could to continue in this relationship,” the 23-year-old Texas A&M grad wrote. Haleigh added that she and Fessy were “moving in different directions” and they knew “it was better for both of our mental healths to call it quits.” The Big Brother alum also cited the couple’s differing...
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