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Tags: Sport, Cycling, Haikyuu, Kagehina, For Reasons Personal I Will Be On Hq Lockdown 2 Minute Drill for July 1st

Ian Berger is back with 2 Minute Drill and today Ian talks about the NFL cutting preseason games and what that means for the Dolphins as well as the liability waivers fans will have to sign to go to NFL games. What
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David Patrick Leaves UCR men’s basketball; Mike Magpayo new acting coach

RIVERSIDE – David Patrick, who turned around the UC Riverside basketball program during his two-year stint on the Highlanders’ bench, resigned Wednesday to become the associate head coach at the University of Arkansas. In his place, Patrick’s former chief lieutenant, Mike Magpayo becomes UCR’s acting head coach. Magpayo’s promotion was his second in less than a month. In early June, Patrick promoted him to associate head coach. It is the 40-year-old Magpayo’s first head coaching job. “I haven’t ...
Tags: California, Sports, LSU, Sport, Soccer, Arkansas, College sports, SEC, Washington State, Smith, Usc, Ucla, Alexander, Patrick, USF, Fayetteville

Offer by Texas has the Longhorns moving up for CB Jalon Williams

Texas offered Jalon Williams on Tuesday night, and the Longhorns are suddenly one of his top options.
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Report: Jets “still talking” to Demaryius Thomas

The Jets acquired receiver Demaryius Thomas from the Patriots in early September. He could return for another season. The Jets are "still talking" with the free agent, Connor Hughes of reports. It might be Thomas' only chance to continue his career. The Jets could use him if Thomas has anything left. Breshad Perriman and [more]
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Asterisk on the NBA title? Coaches, players say not a chance

The 2020 NBA champion, if one is crowned, will have emerged as the ultimate winner from a season that lasted more than a full year from start to finish. A season that saw political unrest between the NBA and China, the deaths of David Stern and Kobe Bryant,racial issues across the nation and, if that wasn't enough, a pandemic. To the teams in the NBA, this championship might be the toughest one ever claimed.
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Oklahoma athletic department cuts $13.7 million from budget; football team announces 14 COVID-19 cases

Sooners head coach Lincoln Riley had preached patience in returning to campus.
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Asian American groups call for crackdown on racism in coronavirus era

A coalition of Asian American groups has called on the state to establish a task force to investigate hundreds of racist incidents in California against people of Asian descent since the coronavirus pandemic, which began in China, hit the U.S., including one at Torrance’s Wilson Park that was caught on video and went viral on the internet. Stop Asian American Pacific Islander Hate, which has aggregated data on these incidents, said during a Wednesday, July 1, teleconference that Asian Americans ...
Tags: Crime, News, Education, California, China, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Coalition, Community, Local News, Donald Trump, Public Safety, Gavin Newsom, Trump, South Bay

One player from each AL team that could benefit from MLB's shortened season

60 games may not be a lot, but that could help some streaky players and aging veterans in the AL.
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Rocket Mortgage Classic Preview 2020

Rocket Mortgage Classic Preview 2020 Dates: June 29-July 5, 2020 Where: Detroit, Michigan Course: Detroit ... Read more. The post Rocket Mortgage Classic Preview 2020 appeared first on GolfBlogger Golf Blog.
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spilling-tea: honestly ill come back to tumblr for atla
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House approves $1.5 trillion plan to fix crumbling infrastructure

By MATTHEW DALY WASHINGTON — The Democratic-controlled House approved a $1.5 trillion plan Wednesday to rebuild the nation’s crumbling infrastructure, pouring hundreds of billions of dollars into projects to fix roads and bridges, upgrade transit systems, expand interstate railways and dredge harbors, ports and channels. The bill also authorizes more than $100 billion to expand internet access for rural and low-income communities and $25 billion to modernize the U.S. Postal Service’s infrastruct...
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Champ can play under tour's latest coronavirus policy change

Cameron Champ was added to the field in the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit under a modified PGA Tour policy that allows players who test positive for the coronavirus to be eligible if they had no symptoms and get two negative test results at least 24 hours apart. Champ is among six players and two caddies on the PGA Tour who have tested positive. Ricky Elliott, the caddie for Brooks Koepka, tested positive before the Travelers Championship last week in Connecticut, and then had a negative ...
Tags: News, Sports, Connecticut, Pga Tour, Brooks Koepka, Detroit, Travelers Championship, Cameron Champ, Ricky Elliott

Carmelo Anthony fishing in Bend or boating on Lake Oswego, is comfortable here

Trail Blazer forward seems to be enjoying his summer vacation in Oregon
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Lakers sign J.R. Smith to replace Avery Bradley

Lakers coach Frank Vogel discussed how veteran guard J.R. Smith will fit in with the team as a replacement for Avery Bradley.
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California prison officials blasted for coronavirus outbreak; transfer of inmates from Chino criticized

By DON THOMPSON SACRAMENTO — California lawmakers harshly criticized state corrections officials’ “failure of leadership” Wednesday, saying they botched their handling of the coronavirus pandemic by inadvertently transferring infected inmates to a virus-free prison, triggering the state’s worst prison outbreak. A third of the 3,500 inmates at San Quentin State Prison near San Francisco have tested positive since officials transferred 121 inmates from the heavily impacted California Institution f...
Tags: Health, News, Prison, California, Senate, Uncategorized, Sacramento, San Francisco, Sport, Public Health, Soccer, Central Valley, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, San Francisco Bay Area, Chino

LAUSD police chief resigns following school board vote to cut $25 million from his agency

Todd Chamberlain, the retired LAPD commander who took the helm of the Los Angeles School Police Department just seven months ago, resigned effective immediately Wednesday, a day after the district’s board voted to slash his department’s budget by $25 million. A Los Angeles Unified School District spokesperson confirmed the resignation and stated “more information on the department leadership transition will be forthcoming.” She was unable to provide additional information about Chamberlain’s dec...
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Here’s how Gov. Newsom plans to enforce his latest coronavirus order

How will the orders be enforced? That’s a key question sparked by Gov. Gavin Newsom’s latest wave of anti-coronavirus orders on Wednesday — including banning indoor dining and other inside activities at such businesses as wineries, museums and casinos in a list of counties that included  Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and Riverside. At Norco’s The Cowgirl Cafe, owner Karen Hendrickson was prepared to test the governor. By Wednesday afternoon, she had already contacted her attorney and was p...
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39 reasons Orange County should rename John Wayne Airport

The long-simmering debate over whether John Wayne’s name is appropriate for Orange County’s airport has boiled up again. In an era when racial injustice is back in the spotlight, the county’s Democratic Party — and others — now want the actor’s name off the facility for offensive remarks made a half-century ago. It became John Wayne Airport in 1979 after the Newport Beach resident’s death. Let me start by saying I think airports and the surrounding tourism industry are best served when a name te...
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2020 NBA season restart: Teams, format, schedule, location and odds

The NBA's return is just around the corner. Here is what you need to know.
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Michael Jordan and ‘The Last Dance’ Are Finally Coming to Netflix in the US This Month

ESPN had a monster hit on their hands from April through May thanks to the release of the 10-hour documentary series The Last Dance, a chronicle of the final championship season run by NBA superstar Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls. Netflix also had a hand in producing the documentary, and even though it was made available on the streaming service in international markets, the only way US audiences could enjoy it was through ESPN. Thankfully, that’s changing very soon. The Last Dance is off...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, US, Sports, Netflix, United States, Michael-Jordan, Nba, Espn, Jordan, Chicago Bulls, Phil Jackson, Jason Hehir, The Last Dance, Chicago Bulls Netflix

Brush fire burns 400 acres in Angeles National Forest near Agua Dulce

A brush fire burned at least 400 acres of grassy hills in the Angeles National Forest above Agua Dulce on Wednesday afternoon, authorities said. Fire crews arrived to a four to five-acre fire about 3 p.m., burning along open hillsides in the area of Spring Canyon Road and Anthony Road, said John Clearwater, spokesman for the U.S. Forest Service. Despite inundating the fire with large numbers of firefighters, two air tankers and a helicopter making drops on the flames, the blaze exploded toward 4...
Tags: News, Sport, Soccer, Wildfires, Local News, U S Forest Service, Bel Air, Clearwater, Angeles National Forest, Palos Verdes Peninsula, Agua Dulce, Sepulveda Pass, Top Stories LADN, Shadow Hills, Crime + Public Safety, Anthony Road

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frawgs:the lobotomist after opening my head revealing my brain : this is beans inside
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Burnham Wins 2020 Michigan Women’s Open By 10 Shots

Burnham Wins 2020 Michigan Women's Open By 10 Shots The post Burnham Wins 2020 Michigan Women’s Open By 10 Shots appeared first on GolfBlogger Golf Blog.
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Villanueva comments on cuts to Special Victims, Cyber Crimes bureaus were ‘false,’ OIG says

The appointed watchdog for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department excoriated its leaders on Wednesday for what he said were false statements about recent budget cuts, including claims from the sheriff that he was being forced to eliminate investigative units. At a virtual press conference Wednesday, Inspector General Max Huntsman said the Sheriff’s Department “has falsely claimed they’ve been told to eliminate critical units” like the Special Victims and the Fraud and Cyber Crimes bureaus a...
Tags: Crime, News, Police, Sport, Soccer, Meredith, OIG, Board of Supervisors, HUNTSMAN, Special Victims Bureau, Sheriff s Department, Los Angeles County Sheriff s Department, VILLANUEVA, County Board of Supervisors, Alex Villanueva, Administrative Services

Hoornstra: A game of skill is embarking on a season of survival

At least we can’t accuse Major League Baseball of being hidebound to tradition. Not anymore. Three weeks from now, the 2020 season will begin with: A 60-game regular season schedule No fans in attendance, in some parks if not all A runner on second base to begin the 10th inning of tied games Designated hitters in both leagues “Unsportsmanlike conduct” penalties for arguing within six feet of an umpire Players with face coverings – optional on the field and in the dugout, mandatory in training r...
Tags: Florida, Cdc, Mexico, Angels, Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, United States, Arizona, Mlb, Baseball, Major League Soccer, Major League Baseball, Los-angeles-dodgers, Los-angeles-angels

Police recruit sues LA Sheriff’s Academy instructor for pressuring her to have sex, lie

A former instructor at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Academy pressured a young recruit to have sex, gave her a venereal disease and then asked her to lie during an internal investigation, contends a lawsuit filed last month. The suit, brought by 21-year-old “Jane Doe,” accuses Inglewood police Officer Joel Marquez of using his authority as a drill instructor to force her and other female recruits to have sex with him. The suit names Marquez, a South Bay Medal of Valor winner who was shot tryi...
Tags: Crime, News, California, Government, Sport, Soccer, Breaking News, Public Safety, Inglewood, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles Superior Court, LA County, Marquez, Jane Doe, LA County Sheriff, Top Stories LADN

NFL expected to cut preseason schedule in half

One of the Vikings' preseason games would need to be moved to U.S. Bank Stadium in order for them to get a home game.
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87 investment firms ask Nike, FedEx, Pepsi to stop doing business with Washington franchise

As the NFL fails and refuses to pressure Washington owner Daniel Snyder to change the dictionary-defined slur that has been the team's name for decades, NFL sponsors are being lobbied to do what the NFL won't do. Via Mary Emily O'Hara of AdWeek, 87 investment firms representing $620 billion in assets sent letters last week [more]
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Galaxy’s Jonathan dos Santos to miss tournament due to hernia surgery

Galaxy midfielder Jonathan dos Santos will miss the upcoming MLS is Back Tournament due to an upcoming scheduled hernia surgery. Dos Santos, 30, will undergo “minimally invasive hernia surgery”  Thursday at Cedars-Sinai Kerlan Jobe Institute. He is expected to be out for six weeks. The Galaxy is scheduled to depart for Orlando and the tournament Monday, and is scheduled to play in Group F July 13 against the Portland Timbers. The most likely replacement for dos Santos’ defensive midfield role is...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Portland, Dos Santos, Santos, Orlando, Jonathan Dos Santos, Cedars Sinai Kerlan Jobe Institute He, Perry Kitchen Dos Santos

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