Paul George shoots Clippers past Cavs to end long trip

The Clippers’ Kawhi Leonard drives to the basket against the Cavaliers’ Jarrett Allen during the second half of Wednesday’s game in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak) Cleveland Cavaliers’ Collin Sexton, right, drives to the basket against Los Angeles Clippers’ Serge Ibaka during the first half of an NBA basketball game Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Los Angeles Clippers’ Paul George, right, passes against Cleve...
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Tokyo 2020 chief pressed to resign after saying women talked too much at meetings

Yoshiro Mori himself said he may have to go after saying that female participants meant meetings tended to ‘drag on’Yoshiro Mori, the head of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics organising committee, has conceded he may have to resign after making sexist remarks about “talkative” female sports administrators.Mori, a former Japanese prime minister with a history of demeaning remarks, told a meeting of the Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) that meetings attended by too many women tended to “drag on” because th...
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USA Today column argues Tom Brady has gotten 'undeserved pass' for supporting Trump, cites 'white privilege'

With Tom Brady days away from playing in his tenth Super Bowl, a USA Today sports columnist has taken aim at the NFL superstar over his...
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Why a beachside Australian village turned down the World Surf League

When the opportunity to host a world championship tour event came knocking, Lennox Head said noHosting a world championship tour event is an opportunity most cities, let alone towns, would jump at – even bid large amounts of money for.But the village of Lennox Head in the northern rivers region of New South Wales is quite happy to skip the glitz and glamour in the time of Covid. Continue reading...
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Bangladesh's tour of New Zealand pushed back by a week

The T20Is will be played as double-headers alongside the New Zealand-Australia women's series
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UCLA football silent on National Signing Day

UCLA football had a fairly quiet showing during the traditional signing day period, which began Wednesday, after doing most of its heavy lifting in December during the early signing period. The Bruins’ recruiting class is ranked 29th in the nation and fourth in the Pac-12 Conference, according to 247sports. Westlake Village Oaks Christian and Army All-American punter Brenden Segovia announced on Twitter that he would no longer attend UCLA and will instead consider offers from Michigan State and ...
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Brisbane Heat vs Perth Scorchers, BBL 2020-21, Fantasy Pick, team predictions

Fantasy suggestions for the Challenger of BBL 2020-21
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Nuggets’ Nikola Jokic has built MVP buzz rivaling LeBron James

Among Nikola Jokic’s many gifts, the Serbian has deadpan humor down to a science. Fielding a question about similarities to LeBron James, the 25-year-old center listed them: They play at the same speed. They’re similarly athletic. James is older, so maybe Jokic can jump higher. He couldn’t keep up the gag forever. “I’m joking,” Jokic said, his face breaking. “Oh my God, I mean, guys, he’s the best player in the league.” Even though Jokic might be comfortable jesting at his own expense, that’s no...
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K-Edge MAX computer mounts get yoked for bigger GPS head unit & light combos

When the original K-Edge computer mounts debuted, Garmins were a lot smaller. And lighter. Since then, They’ve added the Pro mounts to handle adding a light or GoPro underneath. But we kept pushing it, didn’t we? Now, they’ve introduced the new K-Edge MAX computer mounts, designed to hold your mega GPS cycling computer and high-powered, […] The post K-Edge MAX computer mounts get yoked for bigger GPS head unit & light combos appeared first on Bikerumor.
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The 13 BEST Bikepacking Bikes For 2021!

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Rep. Schiff appears to be in the mix as Newsom deliberates on state attorney general

By KATHLEEN RONAYNE | The Associated Press The public and private jockeying to be California’s next attorney general is intensifying as Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday he’s “very close” to making a decision on who he will name to the coveted job. U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who represents Newsom’s hometown of San Francisco, has thrown support behind Congressman Adam Schiff, according to a person close to Newsom who says Pelosi and her allies have been calling the governor’s inner political...
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Lakers’ Jared Dudley has trash talk for Paul George, Clippers in new book

An excerpt disparaging Paul George was being bandied about social media on Wednesday, surely helping to raise the profile of Jared Dudley’s new mini-book “Inside The NBA Bubble” – although it might not have helped him sell many copies to Clippers fans. On Tuesday, the Lakers’ sociable veteran forward published an electronic book sharing his perspective on the team’s championship season. (On Wednesday, it was No. 1 on Amazon in the one-hour biography and memoir short reads). On those e-pages, Dud...
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LA Metro CEO Phillip Washington to step down in May

L.A. Metro CEO Phillip Washington is stepping down from the public transportation agency he has led for the last six years. Los Angeles Mayor and Metro Chairman Eric Garcetti announced Wednesday, Feb. 3, that Washington has decided not to extend or renew his contract when it expires in May. “Phil Washington has been a visionary leader, reimagining our transit network and steering our region toward an era of generational growth and lasting progress,” Garcetti said in a statement. “With Phil at th...
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Deal between LAPD union, city also avoids possible shutdown of Harbor Station jail

A deal struck between a union representing Los Angeles police officers and the city to avoid laying off 355 sworn officers will also allow the Harbor Station jail to remain open at least through June, officials said Wednesday, Feb. 3. It wasn’t immediately known if plans to close the Harbor jail, along with two others, were finalized in order to help bridge a $675 million revenue shortfall brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, but at least one mid-January proposal included the possibility of t...
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Video- Post Game Media After A 5-1 Loss In Tampa

Luke Glendening first, below find Mickey Redmond and the game highlights.  Jeff Blashill below at 8:34pm.   Continue reading "Video- Post Game Media After A 5-1 Loss In Tampa"
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‘Frustrated’ And ‘Hard To Explain’ After Tonight’s Loss

from Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News, "We're not happy with the result, we didn't take a step in the right direction," forward Luke Glendening said. "We have to have some fortitude and grit in this room and get back at it."... "We've talked about it as a group over the past six or seven games here, what we need to do," Glendening said. "Those are private conversations, obviously, but every guy in here is frustrated with the way we've been playing and sometimes the effor...
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Video- Oskar Lindblom On His Recovery And Comeback

via Sportsnet's YouTube channel, On this edition of The Big Picture, Philadelphia Flyers forward Oskar Lindblom talks with Christine Simpson about his journey back to the NHL after being diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma.  
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Hungry? Order a ‘Cocobot,’ San Pedro’s latest (and cutest) contact-less delivery system

Councilmember Joe Buscaino joins the San Pedro Chamber of Commerce and local restaurants to announce the launch of a pilot program in Downtown San Pedro with Coco’s human-operated delivery robots, providing residents with contact-less deliveries of food and household essentials, on Wednesday, February 3, 2021. The program will operate within a one-mile radius of downtown San Pedro and will be the first of its kind in the South Bay. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) Councilm...
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Coronavirus: L.A. County reported 5,189 new cases, 256 new deaths and 94 fewer patients as of Feb. 3

Los Angeles County reported 5,189 new cases, bringing the total number of coronavirus cases to 1,129,503, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health as of Wednesday, Feb. 3. The county reported 256 new fatalities linked to coronavirus, for a total 17,308 deaths since tracking began. There were 94 fewer hospitalizations, bringing the total number of people hospitalized with coronavirus to 5,165. Of those, 27% are in ICU.     Data posted each day is preliminary and subject to...
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Clearwater tunneling, set to begin by midyear in Carson, to temporarily impact stretch of road in San Pedro

Heavy equipment in the middle of North Gaffey street in San Pedro on Monday, February 1, 2021. The Clearwater project nears its halfway point, upcoming work will pose some weekend traffic issues on North Gaffey Street between Westmont Drive and Anaheim Street. (Photo by Brittany Murray, Press-Telegram/SCNG) Heavy equipment in the middle of North Gaffey street in San Pedro on Monday, February 1, 2021. The Clearwater project to lay an updated, underground wastewater pipeline from Carson to San ...
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Reacting to Winnipeg Jets coach Paul Maurice’s defence of Blake Wheeler

Ken and Sean react to today's press conference. The post Reacting to Winnipeg Jets coach Paul Maurice’s defence of Blake Wheeler first appeared on Illegal Curve Hockey.
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Dennis Beyak talking Winnipeg Jets on the Afternoon Ride

Some Jets talk. The post Dennis Beyak talking Winnipeg Jets on the Afternoon Ride first appeared on Illegal Curve Hockey.
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Grocers Association sues Montebello over ‘hero pay’ ordinance

The California Grocers Association, already suing Long Beach over its “hero pay” ordinance mandating extra pay for grocery workers, on Wednesday, Feb 3, filed similar federal lawsuits against Montebello and Oakland, which have passed their own versions of the law. The lawsuits follow supermarket giant Kroger’s announcement it will close a Food for Less and a Ralphs on April 17, both in Long Beach, rather than pay the increases at the underperforming sites. Kroger owns no stores in Montebello. Th...
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Hoornstra: Baseball’s sexual harassment problem is not unique to baseball

My first opportunity to report on the growing presence of women in Major League Baseball came in 2012. It was my first year on the Dodgers beat, and it was Sue Falsone’s first year as the team’s head athletic trainer. When I asked the clubhouse veterans if a woman would have been welcomed in the training room when they were rookies, their responses came with some squirming. Manager Don Mattingly, whose playing career began in 1982, wasn’t sure either. Flash forward to today. Last week the Brewer...
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Sheriff Villanueva will send personnel to parole hearings because DA won’t

In a letter to Los Angeles County’s top prosecutor, Sheriff Alex Villanueva questioned why deputy district attorneys have been barred from attending parole hearings and vowed that representatives from his department would appear on behalf of victims’ families to give them “a voice.” Villanueva wrote in the letter to District Attorney George Gascon, who took office Dec. 7, that the Sheriff’s Department has traditionally written letters expressing public safety concerns when a prisoner is schedule...
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Santa Ana moves closer to possible $4 hour bump for grocery, pharmacy workers

Santa Ana officials took another step this week – a cautious step – toward mandating a $4 an hour hazard pay boost for grocery and pharmacy workers. The City Council voted 4-3 Tuesday night to consider an ordinance by March 2 that would require a bump in pay for four months. Dubbed “hero pay,” it would affect approximately 55 stores in the city that have at least 300 employees nationwide and 10 employees per store locally. But before any final action is taken, some council members made clear tha...
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LAUSD takes heat for allowing film crew on campus during pandemic-driven school shutdowns

The Los Angeles Unified School District is facing criticism from parents outraged after learning that a group of child actors were allowed to film at an elementary school this week while district officials maintain that the coronavirus pandemic continues to pose too much of a threat for high-needs students to return for in-person instruction. Loads of kids on campus today at Kester Ave. elementary doing a shoot for Apple TV. So it’s unsafe to have kids w/ disabilities on ⁦@LASchools⁩ campuses f...
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Quick Recap- DRW/TBL

When does a Detroit player stand up and say "enough"? The lack of desire, drive an intensity is very noticeable.  The players are only fooling themselves if they feel they are giving it their all. Wings fans want a compete level from their team which should never be questioned but right now it is.  Toss in heart and desire missing in action too. Enough is enough. Detroit goal is below. Continue reading "Quick Recap- DRW/TBL"
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Minnesota Wild Games Postponed At Least Through February 9th

NEW YORK (Feb. 3, 2021) -- The National Hockey League announced that as a result of five additional Minnesota Wild Players being added today to the NHL’s COVID Protocol Related Absence List, the team’s games will be postponed at least through Tuesday, Feb. 9. The team’s training facilities have been closed, effective immediately, and will remain so until further notice. The League is in the process of reviewing and revising the Wild’s regular season schedule. The Wild organization has, and...
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