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    Recovering from a broken Achilles tendon is a gruesome process for any individual. Athletes tend to heal a tad faster owing to the supplements and the excellent care given to them. But Kevin Durant has been through a painful journey over the last few months.  The two-time Finals MVP ruptured his right Achilles tendon in Game 5 of the 2019 NBA Finals. With KD out, the hopes of Golden State Warriors winning a three-peat took a huge-hit and it proved...
    Brooklyn Nets: Jarrett Allen talks NBA bubble, his role in team’s rotation By: Robbie Stratakos July 3, 2020 Follow ESM On Social Facebook Twitter Youtube Flipboard Instagram ShareTweet0 SharesIn an interview with Brian Lewis of the New York Post, Brooklyn Nets big man Jarrett Allen expressed uncertainty about whether players will be able to fully abide by the rules of the NBA bubble in Walt Disney World later this month. “It’s going to be...
    New York — Through a TBT, the Dominican received the summer and misses being by the sea If something distinguishes Clarissa Molina is that now it looks perfectly the same as it did years ago, and he reflected it in one of his publications Instagram, with which he received the summer in his own way. In a TBT, the beautiful Dominican appears on board a yacht, wearing her statuesque figure in a flowered bathing suit; Clarissa very much wants...
    New York — The little girl of just two years old is undoubtedly one of the most loved and pampered girls in the world Stormi is considered one of the luckiest girls in the world and not only for the fortune that his family owns, but for how loved and spoiled they always presume us to be. This time, Kylie Jenner He showed us again by showing off in a short but very cute video the way in which...
    Jarrett Allen admits there’s no way the NBA can ensure every player adheres to safety protocols once the league restarts in Orlando. Simply put, there’s going to be a personal risk of contracting COVID-19, but it’s a risk the Nets center is willing to take. “It’s going to be 310 players or something like that. Take NBA players out of it: That’s a lot of people to make sure you have complete control and complete guidelines over. Then you add...
    Jarrett Allen admits there’s no way the NBA can ensure every player adheres to safety protocols once the league restarts in Orlando. Simply put, there’s going to be a personal risk of contracting COVID-19, but it’s a risk the Nets center is willing to take. “It’s going to be 310 players or something like that. Take NBA players out of it: That’s a lot of people to make sure you have complete control and complete guidelines over. Then you add...
    Joe Harris is an unrestricted free agent with no player option. For the Nets forward, taking part in the NBA restart is walking a tightrope toward the biggest payday of his career without a safety net. Contracting COVID-19 or any major injury during the NBA’s restart could jeopardize that contract. But that jeopardy won’t give him a second thought about going to Orlando. If he’s cleared, he’s competing. “It’s obviously stuff that you have to think about and discuss. But...
    Joe Harris is an unrestricted free agent with no player option. For the Nets forward, taking part in the NBA restart is walking a tightrope toward the biggest payday of his career without a safety net. Contracting COVID-19 or any major injury during the NBA’s restart could jeopardize that contract. But that jeopardy won’t give him a second thought about going to Orlando. If he’s cleared, he’s competing. “It’s obviously stuff that you have to think about and discuss. But...
    By Patpicha Tanakasempipat and Juarawee Kittisilpa RAYONG/AYUTTHAYA, Thailand (Reuters) - Thai fisherman Anan Jaitang used to pile tattered nylon fishing nets on the beach after hauls of wriggling crabs tore them beyond repair, but most of the nets wound up in the sea, threatening to entangle turtles and choke coral reefs. Now, Anan and others have an alternative thats not only lucrative and environmentally friendly but will help Thailand battle the coronavirus pandemic. A new community-based project is paying small-scale...
    Jacque Vaughn waited some time to get one other shot to earn a head teaching job. This couldn’t have been how he noticed it taking place — as a result of no one may have seen this taking place. In March, the coronavirus pandemic halted the NBA and shook the world. Then the Black Lives Matter motion modified the nation. Now, months later, Vaughn has only a week to get his injury-riddled staff able to fly to Orlando, and...
    Jacque Vaughn waited a while to get another shot to earn a head coaching job. This couldn’t have been how he saw it happening — because nobody could have seen this happening. In March, the coronavirus pandemic halted the NBA and shook the world. Then the Black Lives Matter movement changed the country. Now, months later, Vaughn has just a week to get his injury-riddled team ready to fly to Orlando, and until July 31 to restart their season. Oh,...
    Jacque Vaughn waited a while to get another shot to earn a head coaching job. This couldn’t have been how he saw it happening — because nobody could have seen this happening. In March, the coronavirus pandemic halted the NBA and shook the world. Then the Black Lives Matter movement changed the country. Now, months later, Vaughn has just a week to get his injury-riddled team ready to fly to Orlando, and until July 31 to restart their season. Oh,...
    With two Nets testing positive for coronavirus and a third opting out of the restart, GM Sean Marks said he wouldn’t begrudge any other players who choose not to participate and admits in hindsight things might have been different if they had held camp in Orlando instead of Brooklyn. But make no mistake, the Nets are bound and determined to take part in the NBA restart. Marks insists they’re committed to competing, and nothing has made them waver on that,...
    With two Nets testing positive for coronavirus and a third opting out of the restart, GM Sean Marks said he wouldn’t begrudge any other players who choose not to participate and admits in hindsight things might have been different if they had held camp in Orlando instead of Brooklyn. But make no mistake, the Nets are bound and determined to take part in the NBA restart. Marks insists they’re committed to competing, and nothing has made them waver on that,...
    Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving arent coming back. DeAndre Jordan and Wilson Chandler arent going, either. Spencer Dinwiddie is a maybe, with his status unclear after both he and Jordan tested positive for the coronavirus. The Brooklyn Nets dont look ready for a restart, but general manager Sean Marks said Wednesday there was no discussion of the team not traveling to Florida for the resumption of the NBA season. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM “Look, we have a job...
    YouTuber Myka Stauffer will not face charges after investigation into adopted sons welfare 22 Companies That Have Filed for Bankruptcy Since the Pandemic Began — and 16 That Could Be Next Despite virus cases, Nets say no thought to skipping restart © APARC Brooklyn Nets Spencer Dinwiddie (26) dribbles against the Los Angeles Lakers during the second half of an NBA basketball game Tuesday, March 10, 2020, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez) NEW YORK (AP) Kevin Durant...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving aren’t coming back. DeAndre Jordan and Wilson Chandler aren’t going, either. Spencer Dinwiddie is a maybe, with his status unclear after both he and Jordan tested positive for the coronavirus. The Brooklyn Nets don’t look ready for a restart, but general manager Sean Marks said Wednesday there was no discussion of the team not traveling to Florida for the resumption of the NBA season. “Look, we have a job to do,”...
    A Starbucks worker who won plaudits for standing up to a customer who refused to wear a face mask is meeting with a financial adviser this week. The reason: To decide what to do with the $100,000 contributed by sympathetic donors in an online fundraising campaign. The barista, Lenin Gutierrez, unexpectedly came into the money following an encounter last week with Amber Lynn Gilles, a self-described activist and yoga instructor in San Diego. Gilles took to Facebook to express her...
    Italy’s financial police, Guardia di Finanza, said in a statement Wednesday that authorities seized a 15.4 ton shipment of amphetamines reportedly produced by ISIS in Syria. The police tracked three containers at the port of Salerno in southwest Italy and found around 84 million pills stored inside industrial paper cylinders, CNN reported. The estimated value of the drugs was around $1.12 billion, the largest bust in the world by quantity and value, the statement said. #GDF #Napoli, sequestro record di...
    Lionel Messi joined an exclusive club Tuesday when he netted his 700th career goal during Barcelona’s 2-2 draw against Atletico Madrid. The Argentinian captain scored on a spot kick in the 50th minute of the match. He got it past Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak. It was his first goal since June 16. LAUREN HOLIDAY RECOUNTS MOMENT HUSBAND, PELICANS JRUE HOLIDAY, WAS PLACED IN HANDCUFFS: I WAS LIVID Messi became the seventh player to join the 700-goal club. He joins...
    A year ago, they were not only the toast of the NBA but a model for the way things get built in professional sports now, the way foundations and cornerstones are laid, the way blueprints become blessings. Starting with an Instagram message posted by Kevin Durant late in the afternoon of June 30 and stretching for most of a celebratory July, life had never been better for the Nets, not in their NBA incarnation, anyway, not since Julius Erving and...
    After the NBA’s long coronavirus layoff, the Nets are ramping up to resume play. They opened HSS Training Center on Tuesday and will bring players back for mandatory workouts Wednesday. But make no mistake, they’ll be decimated when they finally get back on the court. With six players hurt, having tested positive for COVID-19 or opting out of the Orlando restart, they’re down to a dozen healthy bodies. The way the past few days have gone, they could have even...
    After the NBA’s long coronavirus layoff, the Nets are ramping up to resume play. They opened HSS Training Center on Tuesday and will bring players back for mandatory workouts Wednesday. But make no mistake, they’ll be decimated when they finally get back on the court. With six players hurt, having tested positive for COVID-19 or opting out of the Orlando restart, they’re down to a dozen healthy bodies. The way the past few days have gone, they could have even...
    The Brooklyn Nets were dealt a big blow when both Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant confirmed they will not be playing at Orlando. The responsibility then fell on Spencer Dinwiddie and DeAndre Jordan to lead the team. To make matters worse, last night Jordan announced he has contracted the coronavirus and will be forced out of the NBA return. Dinwiddie has also tested positive and looks unlikely to participate. Brooklyn Nets players who won’t be in the Orlando bubble: •...
    A year ago, they were not only the toast of the NBA but a model for the way things get built in professional sports now, the way foundations and cornerstones are laid, the way blueprints become blessings. Starting with an Instagram message posted by Kevin Durant late in the afternoon of June 30 and stretching for most of a celebratory July, life had never been better for the Nets, not in their NBA incarnation, anyway, not since Julius Erving and...