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Kawhi-less Clippers can’t outlast Celtics

Clippers guard Paul George (13) shoots against Boston Celtics center Daniel Theis (27) as Clippers center Ivica Zubac (40) looks on in the first quarter of an NBA basketball game, Tuesday, March 2, 2021, in Boston. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola) Clippers guard Reggie Jackson (1) passes the ball against the defense of Boston Celtics center Daniel Theis (27) in the first quarter of an NBA basketball game, Tuesday, March 2, 2021, in Boston. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola) Sound The gallery will r...
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Dodgers score in last inning to tie Giants, 1-1

THE GAME: The Dodgers rallied for a 1-1 tie in the seventh (and final) inning against the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday night at Scottsdale (Ariz.) Stadium. PITCHING REPORT: Right-hander Walker Buehler made his first start of the spring and pitched two scoreless innings. Buehler allowed just one baserunner on a double by Jason Vosler in the first inning and struck out one. … Right-hander Dustin May pitched two scoreless innings, touching 100 mph on the stadium radar gun. May gave up a double a...
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Sean Burke Takes Over As Director Of Goaltending For The Montreal Canadiens

MONTREAL - General manager Marc Bergevin announced on Tuesday the appointment of Sean Burke as the director of goaltending for the Canadiens, replacing Stéphane Waite, who held the position since 2013 and was relieved of his duties today.  Continue reading "Sean Burke Takes Over As Director Of Goaltending For The Montreal Canadiens"
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West Indies test old guard as build-up to T20 World Cup begins

Sri Lanka, meanwhile, are looking to win their first international game in more than a yea
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India vs England 2020-21, 4th Test, Fantasy Pick, team predictions

Fantasy suggestions for the fourth Test in Ahmedabad
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Game 22: Jets 5 Canucks 2 post-game recap

Post-game recap and interviews with Jets players as well as from Coach Maurice. The post Game 22: Jets 5 Canucks 2 post-game recap first appeared on Illegal Curve Hockey.
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MLHS Podcast, Episode #5 — Singing the praises of the HEM line, Hyman’s next contract, Thornton & Spezza embracing roles, breakout backup goaltending, experimental defense pairing ideas & more

In Episode 5 of the Maple Leafs Hot Stove Podcast, Ian Tulloch and Anthony Petrielli discuss the standout play of Zach Hyman, what Hyman’s next contract might look like, the magic of the HEM line, Joe Thornton fitting in nicely / buying into whatever roles required, the team’s incredible backup goaltending of late, the sustainability […] The post MLHS Podcast, Episode #5 — Singing the praises of the HEM line, Hyman’s next contract, Thornton & Spezza embracing roles, breakout backup goaltending, ...
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The impact of Joe Thornton and Jason Spezza on the Leafs & how they embrace their roles – MLHS Podcast

On Episode 5 of the MLHS podcast, Ian Tulloch and Anthony Petrielli discussed the impact Joe Thornton and Jason Spezza have made on the Leafs’ on-ice play and team culture by embracing their respective roles in the late stages of their careers. Support the MLHS Podcast on Patreon Early-release full-length video episodes are available to […] The post The impact of Joe Thornton and Jason Spezza on the Leafs & how they embrace their roles – MLHS Podcast appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
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Videos- The Talk After A 4-1 Loss In Columbus

Luke Glendening up first and the game highlights are below.  added 10:03pm, below find Mickey Redmond (not game related) and Jeff Blashill.   We hear from Luke Glendening after a rough night for his Red Wings against the Blue Jackets. #LGRW pic.twitter.com/alze7FrFgx — FOX Sports Detroit (@FOXSportsDet) March 3, 2021 Continue reading "Videos- The Talk After A 4-1 Loss In Columbus"
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Quick Recap- DRW/CBJ

If you thought Detroit's Reverse Retro Jersey was going to take the team back to the glory years, well you were wrong. Although the Wings had a so-so first period, the score was tied at 1-1. A whole different story in the middle 20.  The Blue Jackets added 3 goals while the Wings only had 4 shots compared to 17 by Columbus. At the start of the third period, Thomas Greiss replaced Jonathan Bernier and did not allow a goal but Detroit failed to score too. Final- Columbus Blue Jackets...
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Tokyo Olympics add 12 women to executive board in late gender equality push

Organising committee’s board now consists of 42% womenCommittee will be dissolved after this year’s Games The Tokyo Olympics has made a symbolic gesture toward gender equality by appointing 12 women to the body’s executive board, which will now have 19 women among its 45 members, or 42%.To accommodate the new women, the size of the board was increased from 35 to 45. Several resignations on Tuesday also created more space. Continue reading...
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Coronavirus: Each county’s tier assignment and California vaccine totals on March 2

As of Tuesday, March 2, the California Department of Public Health’s Vaccine Dashboard shows about 12 million doses have been shipped throughout the state (1.7 million more than last week) and of those, 9.3 million have been administered (up 1.8 million from last week). According to Bloomberg’s COVID vaccine dashboard, 16.5% of California’s population (up from 13.9% a week ago) has received at least one shot and 7.4% are fully vaccinated (up from 5.2% a week ago). California has the highest dail...
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Coronavirus: Each counties tier assignment and California vaccine totals on March 2

As of Tuesday, March 2, the California Department of Public Health’s Vaccine Dashboard shows about 12 million doses have been shipped throughout the state (1.7 million more than last week) and of those, 9.3 million have been administered (up 1.8 million from last week). According to Bloomberg’s COVID vaccine dashboard, 16.5% of California’s population (up from 13.9% a week ago) has received at least one shot and 7.4% are fully vaccinated (up from 5.2% a week ago). California has the highest dail...
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LAPD’s SMART teams responding to more calls after deployment change, commander says

The specially trained unit of Los Angeles Police Department officers charged with de-escalating encounters with people with mental illnesses is asking for more officers as the city tries to change the way police respond to such incidents. A commander for LAPD’s Mental Evaluation Unit on Tuesday said it currently has 63 officers who deploy in 12 teams, called SMART units, across the city per day, waiting for requests to help respond to calls involving people in mental health crises. The number of...
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Home-finance startup beginning Southern California operations

Knock, an innovative lender that helps homeowners buy a new home before selling their old one, has entered the Southern California market, the company announced Thursday, March 4. The New York-based company said it launched operations in Los Angeles last week, then opened in seven addition areas from Bakersfield to San Diego this week. Knock is now operating in 25 markets in seven states. It plans to reach 75 markets by 2023. Knock’s new operations are the first for the Golden State. The rapid e...
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Here are the bestsellers at Southern California’s independent bookstores

The SoCal Indie Bestseller List for the sales week ended Feb. 28 is based on reporting from the independent booksellers of Southern California, the California Independent Booksellers Alliance and IndieBound. For an independent bookstore near you, visit IndieBound.org. HARDCOVER FICTION 1. Hamnet: Maggie O’Farrell 2. The Midnight Library: Matt Haig 3. The Four Winds: Kristin Hannah 4. The Vanishing Half: Brit Bennett, Riverhead Books, $27, 9780525536291 5. Mexican Gothic: Silvia Moreno-Garcia 6...
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Coronavirus: L.A. County reported 1,407 new cases, 91 new deaths and 76 fewer hospitalizations as of March 2

Los Angeles public health officials reported 1,407 new cases of the coronavirus, bringing the total number of cases to 1,194,242 as of Tuesday, March 2. Officials said there were 91 new deaths linked to the coronavirus, for a total 21,554 deaths since tracking began. According to official counts, there were 1,502 hospitalizations as of Tuesday. That’s a 81.5% decrease from the Jan. 7 high of 8,098 people hospitalized. A total of 2,251,182 vaccinations have been administered in the county as of T...
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Special election: Sydney Kamlager headed for victory in 30th State Senate seat

Sydney Kamlager appeared be headed for a lopsided win in a crowded special election to represent the 30th Senate District, winning 67.67% of votes from ballots counted in semifinal returns late Tuesday night, March 2. If the results held, she would assume the state Senate seat vacated by Supervisor Holly Mitchell who is now on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. Kamlager needed to keep a simple majority to avoid a May runoff election. Out of seven candidates, she held a commanding lead ...
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Special election: Sydney Kamlager grabs wide early lead in race for 30th State Senate seat

Sydney Kamlager eased out to a wide lead in a crowded special election to represent the 30th Senate District, winning 67.65% of votes from mail-in ballots counted in early returns on Tuesday night, March 2. If the results held, she would assume the state Senate seat vacated by Supervisor Holly Mitchell who is now on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. Kamlager needed to keep a simple majority to avoid a May runoff election. Out of seven candidates, she held a commanding lead in the earl...
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Special election: Seven candidates vying for L.A.-area state Senate seat

After winning a seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors in November, Supervisor Holly Mitchell left the state Senate, and on Tuesday, seven candidates were vying to be her successor to represent the 30th Senate District. The crowded field will be whittled down to just the top two candidates during a special election on Tuesday, March 2 — that is, unless one candidate can get a majority of votes and win the contest outright. If no one gets a majority, then top two contenders will go h...
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Dodgers’ Zach McKinstry eager to fill utility role vacated by Kiké Hernandez

GLENDALE, Ariz. — In Zach McKinstry’s bid to make the Dodgers’ roster, he has a campaign manager if he needs one. “McKinstry – that guy can flat out rake,” veteran outfielder A.J. Pollock said of the utility candidate. “He’s just got a really, really advanced approach at the plate. I think his swing is definitely going to play in the big leagues because it’s compact. It’s consistent. He’s got a really, really calm demeanor. You don’t really see him getting too rattled, too up or down. He’s just ...
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David Warner admits rushing back from injury to face India was a mistake

The opener played two Tests when he was far from fit but is confident ahead of his comeback for New South Wales
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LAPD: Hate crimes against Asian Americans increased in 2020, but more are likely going unreported

Los Angeles law enforcement leaders are trying to respond quicker to a surge in hate crimes against Asian Americans that has continued throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Los Angeles Police Department officials said Tuesday, but they fear many attacks based on hatred and racism are going unreported. LAPD hate crimes data released Tuesday showed the number of reported incidents targeting Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders increased from seven in 2019 to 15 in 2020, a 114 percent increase. Off...
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Kaprizov's hot start means Wild gets a thrill from 'Dollar Bill Kirill'

The 24-year-old Russian leads all NHL rookies in scoring and has rejuvenated the team.
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Cecilia Rouse confirmed to head Council of Economic Advisers

By Andrea Shalal | Reuters WASHINGTON – A majority of the U.S. Senate on Tuesday voted to confirm Cecilia Rouse as chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, making her the first Black economist to serve in the post. Rouse was confirmed in an overwhelmingly bipartisan vote of 95-4, with one senator not voting. Rouse, 57, a labor economist and former dean of the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, has pledged to work for a more equitable and just economy that serves ...
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Tyronn Lue leads with a spirit of accountability

Tyronn Lue’s superstar pairing combined to shoot 0 for 9 down the stretch of the Clippers’ 105-100 loss in Milwaukee on Sunday, turning the clutch moments of that game into the trivia answer to: Which team in the past 10 years had the most misses without a make in the final four minutes of regulation in an NBA game? Lue’s reaction to Kawhi Leonard and Paul George’s nationally televised, slow-motion, late-game crash a couple of days later? “I got to be better putting those guys in position to get...
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Areas hardest hit by COVID-19 in LA County are least likely to be vaccinated

In the push to inoculate as many people as possible with a limited supply of coronavirus vaccine, public health officials in Los Angeles County have noticed a disturbing trend they say is indicative of the coronavirus pandemic overall and the health care system in general. Those in communities hit hardest by the coronavirus were now the least likely to be vaccinated, and those disparities fell largely along both economic and racial lines. Among the top 10 communities with the highest rates of co...
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Sen. Hawley finally finds a Biden nominee he can vote for

By Paul LeBlanc | CNN Republican Sen. Josh Hawley has voted to confirm Cecilia Rouse as chair of the Council of Economic Advisers on Tuesday, breaking a streak of opposition to Joe Biden’s Cabinet nominees. Hawley’s support came after he defended on Monday his prior record of not voting to advance any Biden Cabinet secretary nominees, insisting that he evaluates each pick individually. “I take them one at a time, if there is someone I think will be good to Missouri, that I can defend to my voter...
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With coronavirus trending downward, LA County inches to within reach of less-restrictive red tier

Los Angeles County took a huge leap Tuesday, March 2,  in hopes to reopen its economy and further loosen its public health limits, watching its coronavirus case rates fall to just shy of the threshold for the state’s less-restrictive red tier. According to the state’s latest update, the county’s adjusted case rate stood at 7.2 cases per day per 100,000, right on the cusp being able to move out of the most restrictive “purple” public health tier — a status it has never attained since the state in...
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Tanden withdraws her name from OMB consideration

By Alexandra Jaffe | Associated Press WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden’s pick to head the Office of Management and Budget, Neera Tanden, has withdrawn her nomination after she faced opposition from key Democratic and Republican senators for her controversial tweets. Her withdrawal marks the first high-profile defeat of one of Biden’s nominees. Eleven of the 23 Cabinet nominees requiring Senate approval have been confirmed, most with strong bipartisan support. “Unfortunately, it now seems clear t...
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