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  • Antsy Mike Trout still not ready to return to Angels’ outfield

    first_imgBOSTON — Mike Trout is getting antsy to get back into center field, but he’s not ready yet.After trying to throw for the first time in a week, Trout said on Tuesday that his sprained right index finger has improved.“Hopefully, I’ll play in a few days,” he said before his seventh straight game as the designated hitter.In the meantime, Trout is learning that being a DH isn’t easy. He doesn’t have defense to occupy his mind or burn energy in between his at-bats. Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Trout, of course, also was asked the standard questions about how he could be more popular, and more visible if he played on the East Coast.Trout just chuckled.“I hear if I played on the East Coast, it would be different,” he said, “but I play for the Angels, and I’m happy about that.”ALSOGarrett Richards (hamstring) came through Monday’s light bullpen session with no problems, so he will have a more intense session on Wednesday, Scioscia said. Richards could be headed for a rehab assignment within a few days if Wednesday’s session goes well. …Nick Tropeano (shoulder) has begun his throwing program, Scioscia said. …After playing a home game on Sunday and a make-up game in Kansas City on Monday, the Angels were playing their third straight day in a different time zone on Tuesday. It was the sixth time they’d done so in franchise history, the first since 2013. …Red Sox knuckleballer Stephen Wright, who was scheduled to start the series finale on Thursday, was placed on the disabled list with left knee inflammation. The Red Sox will instead start either left-hander Brian Johnson or right-hander Hector Velazquez. Jaime Barría is scheduled to start for the Angels.UP NEXTAngels (Andrew Heaney, 4-5, 3.43) at Red Sox (Rick Porcello, 9-3, 3.44), Wednesday, 4 p.m., Fox Sports West, KLAA (830 AM)Related Articles Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Clippers, Mavericks brace for the unknown in Game 4 Perhaps not coincidentally, Trout has five singles in 22 at-bats (with six walks) since he’s been the full-time DH.“It’s tough,” Trout said. “Obviously I want to get out there, just the mindset of staying locked in. It’s been different, but I’m trying my hardest to get back in the outfield.”Sign up for Home Turf and get 3 exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here.Aside from the issue with his finger, Trout found himself surrounded by Boston media peppering him with questions about his relationship with Mookie Betts, who is emerging as the second-best player in the majors.“I respect his game,” Trout said. “He plays the game hard, plays both sides of the ball.”Trout is second to Betts in All-Star Game balloting, with just under 2 million votes, according to updated totals released on Tuesday. Betts has more than 2.3 million votes. Both players are comfortably in position to take two of the three starting spots for next month’s game in Washington. Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Mike Trout, with bat and glove, helps Angels end losing streak last_img read more

  • NFL analyst: Raiders GM dropped the ball in his relationship with Antonio Brown

    first_imgThere are times in life that you want know the answer before you ask the question.Marriage proposals, for example. And ultimatums.Marcus Spears, aka “The Big Swagu” upbraided the Raiders on ESPN Monday morning for flying blind in their attempt to build a relationship with wide receiver Antonio Brown.Spears? He was a defensive lineman in the NFL for nine years, eight with the Cowboys. The man was a teammate of Terrell Owens, OK? You have to imagine that Spears understands the diva drama …last_img read more

  • How chef Siba Mtongana helps to end hunger

    first_imgSouth African celebrity chef and author Sibahle Mtongana is combining her love for food with philanthropy. She has been appointed a global impact ambassador for Stop Hunger Now and recently travelled to the US as part of her role. We find out more from her.South Africa’s ‘Sibalicious’ chef, Sibahle Mtongana, travels to the US in October 2016 as a global impact ambassador for Stop Hunger Now to raise awareness about ending world hunger. (Image: Sibahle Mtongana, Facebook)Priya PitamberSouth African celebrity chef, author and entrepreneur Sibahle Mtongana – simply known as Siba – has added another achievement to her extensive CV. She is also tackling hunger in her role as global impact ambassador for the international organisation Stop Hunger Now.In October, the host of the Food Network show, Siba’s Table, toured the US to raise awareness of world hunger during the How We Rise tour.She spent three weeks in the country, where her activities included media appearances and presentations at meal packaging events in Raleigh, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Washington DC.Rod Brooks, Stop Hunger Now CEO, said that during the campaign in South Africa, Mtongana spoke about how, as a child, she had been fortunate to receive food at school which had been donated by caring individuals.“As a global impact ambassador for Stop Hunger Now, Siba is paying that kindness forward by encouraging her many followers to get involved with Stop Hunger Now’s efforts to end hunger in our lifetime,” he said. “She is truly a champion.”We caught up with Mtongana to find out more about her trip to the US.Tell us about how you were chosen to be the global impact ambassador for Stop Hunger Now.I was approached to be ambassador for Global Mandela Day last year and through that campaign they asked me to be their global impact ambassador.They invited me to the US, to be there around 16 October 2016, which is World Food Day, to raise awareness about hunger. It lines up with Stop Hunger Now and the UN’s Sustainable Goals vision to end hunger by 2030.What does the role entail?My role is to be an advocate for change and raise awareness of the scourge of hunger on behalf of 795-million people who suffer from hunger and malnutrition on a daily basis.We do this through presentations at big corporate organisations, government institutions, educational institutions and faith groups, raising awareness around this astronomic challenge we are facing on a global scale.How does your being South African help to elevate the country’s profile internationally?It does in many ways. Being a global ambassador for such a powerful initiative does promote South Africa as I’m always introduced on its global platforms as a South African. During interviews I mention that I was born in Mdantsane township in East London, and there’s always interest to know more. I learnt that knowledge of South Africa and Africa as a whole in many ways is skewed.I always use the platforms to talk about all the great and positive things that we have achieved as a nation and areas where we have pioneered, which are not necessarily published across the world. For example, during a live TV interview in New York I spoke about the health implications of sugar and salt. I spoke about how South Africa was currently at war with sugar and how it was the first country [in Africa] to pass legislation to monitor the use of sugar in products, as well as how retailers had been challenged to put health manifestos on their shelves about all these health-threatening ingredients.They were very impressed by how we had pioneered as a country. They were also very inspired by my personal story – about how I had become a global brand yet had grown up in a township. It’s a great South African story that always changes perceptions of people from Africa and, to be specific, South Africa.It also positions us as global players who are seen as contributors and givers, as well as part of the solution to global conversations and initiatives.What were some of the highlights of your trip?Live TV interview in #LasVegas at the IBM World Of Watson Conference #SibaUStour #interviews pic.twitter.com/gyVgiKkOtL— Sibahle Mtongana (@SibaMtongana) October 25, 2016I had a meeting with Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, the executive director of UN Women, at the UN headquarters in New York.I delivered a keynote address at Google headquarters in Silicon Valley, in San Francisco, as well as at IBM World of Watson in Las Vegas.And, I think, highlights were also visiting some of the US’s most influential cities, such as New York, Washington DC, Raleigh, Atlanta, Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Las Vegas and Los Angeles.How does the organisation, Stop Hunger Now, affect South Africa?Did you know that in South Africa, more than three million children go without food daily? That’s a scary number.There is a local office of Stop Hunger Now for Southern Africa which supports a lot of schools, especially day care centres, that are not funded by the government. Stop Hunger Now steps in and supports these establishments through food and other items. This allows the schools to spend money on improving their infrastructure instead, so they can stand on their own or be able to qualify for government assistance.In terms of the foodie scene, how does the US differ from South Africa?The food culture in the US is very “American” and some areas have strong Mexican and Asian influences.We have a lot of similarities, though, I think. I thoroughly enjoyed the farmers’ markets in San Francisco and Raleigh. New York is a melting pot of influences from all over the world.I finally tried the original world-famous cronut (a croissant doughnut hybrid) from Dominique Ansel Bakery.I guess what shook me was how huge their portion sizes of food were.How did you expand your culinary knowledge during your visit?Travelling is an education. You learn a lot about people, their culture and their food. When you are visiting another country, be a local and explore the destination you are visiting to its fullest.I ate as much American food as I could to expand my knowledge of how they ate. Some food wasn’t really my kind of vibe but I did try it to learn and broaden my scope of global cuisine. Some of the food I’m making lately is inspired by my trip.Do you have anything else to add?I’m really determined to use my global influence for positive change and also to change the narratives about and perceptions of South Africa.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? 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  • 23 days agoArsenal manager Emery confirms Tierney back for Standard Liege

    first_imgAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Arsenal manager Emery confirms Tierney back for Standard Liegeby Freddie Taylor23 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal manager Unai Emery has confirmed Kieran Tierney will play against Standard Liege in the Europa League on Thursday.Tierney made his debut for the club last week against Nottingham Forest, but he missed Monday’s draw with Manchester United and was withdrawn from Scotland’s upcoming qualifiers at Arsenal’s request. However, Emery says the left-back is ready to go.”After his injuries, each step is important to be consistent,” Emery said.”He didn’t play in Manchester because he had some more problems. Not important, but the doctor told us it’s better to be here working alone and preparing for the match tomorrow.”If we are taking precaution with him it’s also important that, with the national team, we are thinking it’s not the moment to go with them.”For the next matches, I think he’s going to be ready to play with us and to play with them.”Now he’s going to play tomorrow and also hopefully he can be complete physically, complete tactically, with the performance we need.” last_img read more

  • The Top 10 New Uniforms In College Football For The 2015 Season

    first_imgA picture of a green Oregon Ducks helmet.SCOTTSDALE, AZ – JANUARY 09: A helmet for the Oregon Ducks is displayed during a press conference for the Tostitos BCS National Championship Game against the Auburn Tigers at the JW Marriott Camelback Inn on January 9, 2011 in Scottsdale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images) miami adidas orange uniformsTwitter/@adidasFballUSEach off-season, college football fans are treated to various reveals of new or alternate uniforms for the upcoming season. Each year, it seems designers Nike, Under Armour and adidas play a game of “Can You Top This?” as they try to create the sleekest, flashiest and most durable uniforms for their clients. 2015 was no different, as dozens of programs unveiled fresh looks that will be officially debuted on the gridiron this fall. Some were phenomenal, others not so much. But they all were unique and memorable in different ways. It’s tough to limit our list to 10, but without further ado, here are the top 10 new uniforms for the 2015 college football season, starting with…Louisville’s “Uncaged” Alternate >>>Pages: Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11last_img read more

  • Video: 4-Star WR Ahmir Mitchell Announces Commitment To Michigan Over Ohio State In Incredible Fashion

    first_imgAhmir Mitchell's "GO BLUE" banner.Ahmir Mitchell BannerEgg Harbor City (N.J.) Cedar Creek four-star wide receiver Ahmir Mitchell announced his commitment to Michigan moments ago. Mitchell chose the Wolverines over rival Ohio State in unbelievable fashion: by flying a maize-and-blue plane with a “Go Blue” banner attached over Atlantic City, N.J. Bleacher Report captured the decision in a very cool trailer. Here’s the link to the video and pictures of the plane and banner can be seen below. I will appreciate any kid who commits via airplane banner from the Jersey Shore boardwalk http://t.co/mcckrxcHN0 pic.twitter.com/mIWayPvukF— Dan Lyons (@Dan_Lyons76) August 27, 2015The 6-foot-3, 206-pound Mitchell is the No. 7 athlete in the 2016 class per 247Sports’ Composite Rankings and the No. 19 wide receiver in 2016 according to Rivals.com.last_img read more

  • Finance committee opens 2019 Budget consultations at KPAC in Dawson Creek today

    first_imgDAWSON CREEK, B.C. – The provincial finance committee is opening public consultations on the 2019 Budget in Dawson Creek today.The all-party Select Standing Committee on Finance will be conducting consultations in a series of public hearings with B.C. residents until October 15th.In addition to the public consultation meetings, members of the public can provide their ideas for the next provincial budget by telephone at a public hearing, by providing a written, audio or video submission, or by filling out an online survey. The committee will be releasing its report by November 15th.“This consultation is a great opportunity for British Columbians to share their priorities for Budget 2019,” said MLA Bob D’Eith, committee chair. “In renewing our consultation outreach, we are encouraging more British Columbians to participate, including Indigenous organizations, community-based groups and first-time participants.Registration for public hearings will open on Friday, Sept. 7 at 9 a.m. (Pacific time) via the committee’s website: https://www.leg.bc.ca/cmt/finance.Today’s public hearing is taking place at the Kiwanis Performing Arts Centre, located at 10401 10th Street in Dawson Creek, on Monday from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m.The committee will also hold public hearings in 13 other communities throughout the province:Prince George (Sept. 18)Smithers (Sept. 18)Masset (Sept. 19)Campbell River (Sept. 20)Vancouver (Sept. 24)Cranbrook (Sept. 25)Trail (Sept. 25)Nelson (Sept. 26)Kamloops (Sept. 26)Kelowna (Sept. 27)Esquimalt (Oct. 9)Mission (Oct. 10)Surrey (Oct. 11)British Columbians may also request to participate via teleconference opportunities by calling 1 877 428-8337 toll-free in B.C. from 9 a.m. onward on Friday, Sept. 7. Open-mic opportunities will also be available at public hearings.last_img read more

  • Poila Baishak: Tuck into these delicacies

    first_imgTaj Bengal Celebrate Poila Baishak with your loved ones at iconic Taj Bengal and relish the memorable moments forever. From authentic platter of Bengali buffet to delicious Aamish, Niramish thali and a grand sea food platter, Taj has it all. Sunday Brunch at Cal 27 (April 14) Timings: 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm Best from the menu: Luchi-cholar dal,Potol-er-dolma, Chingri-malai curry and more. Rate: Buffet at Rs 2000 plus taxes per person Lunch and Dinner at Sonargaon (April 15) Also Read – An income drop can harm brainTimings: 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm (Lunch) and 7:30 pm to 11:00 pm (Dinner) Best from the menu: Bengali Aamish, Niramish thali and a grand sea food platter Rate: Veg thali at Rs 2450 plus taxes, Non veg thali at Rs 2750 plus taxes, Seafood thali at Rs 3250 plus taxes (per person)ITC Sonar Lunch at Eden Pavilion (April 14 –15) Indulge in authentic delicacies cooked with love from age-old family recipes handed down for generations. Best from the menu: Kosha Mangsho, ChingriMalai, Bhekti Macher Paturi, and much much more. Also Read – Shallu Jindal honoured with Mahatma AwardRate: Rs 2000 plus taxes with soft beverages and Rs 2950 plus taxes with premium beverages Lunch at Dum Pukht (April 14 – 15) Don’t miss the ‘nawabi dawat’ (Royal Feast) at Dum Pukht, where that goes beyond mere satisfaction of appetite to the realm of sensuality: an evocative presentation of aromas, flavors and textures that pays tribute to an appreciation of the finer things in life. Rate: Special set menu Bhadrolok at Rs 3250 plus taxes Timings: 12:30 pm to 2: 45 pm Zamindaar Barir Bhoj, Hyatt Regency What better way to revel in the grand beginning of Noboborsho than exploring the biggest Zamindaar Barir Bhoj, at Hyatt Regency Kolkata. Make your celebrations larger than life with the perfect blend of royalty and nostalgia, while you get mesmerised to the tune of live performance of unplugged Rabindra-sangeet and Bengali folk songs. Best from the menu: Daab Chingri, Echorer Dalna, Kosha Mangsho, Nallen Gurer, Labonyo Doi, etc. When: April 15 Timings: 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm (Lunch) and 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm (Dinner) Rate: Rs 2019 plus taxes (non- alcoholic) and Rs 1010 plus taxes (6 -12 yrs) IBIS Kolkata, Rajarhat Create memories and welcome the Noboborsho with a delectable spread of Bengali delicacies at IBIS Kolkata, Rajarhat. From April 16-18, the buffet service will only be available for dinner. When: April 15- 21 Timings: 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm (Lunch), 7:30 pm to 11:30 pm (Dinner) Best on menu: Kosha Mangsho, Chingri Malai Curry, Basanti Pulao and Shukto, Mochar Ghonto, Murighonto, and Macher Kalia, to name a few. Rate: Rs 999 for two (plus taxes per head) THE PARK Make your own salad and tickle your taste buds with chaats from the live counter as you start this gastronomic journey at Saffron, The Bridge and Rosewood. Best from the menu: Sorshe Narkel Chingri Bhapa , Chingri Malai Curry, Kosha Mangsho, Dhonepata diye Aloo Dum, to name a few. Rate: The Bridge – Buffet at Rs 2495 inclusive of all taxes with unlimited alcohol Buffet at Rs 1995 inclusive of all taxes with unlimited soft beverages; Saffron – Veg at Rs 2495 with unlimited soft beverages and Non-Veg at Rs 2995 inclusive of all taxes with unlimited soft beverages. Rosewood – Buffet at Rs 1495 inclusive of all taxes with one glass of draught beer or soft beverage.The Stadel April 15 not only symbolises the beginning of Bengali New Year but also marks the 16th birthday of The Stadel. The eatery promises to bring one of the most authentic food festivals for their visitors. Bengali Buffet Lunch and Dinner at First Innings: Multicuisine Restaurant (April 14 and 15) Timings: 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm (Lunch) and 7:00 pm onward (Dinner) Best from the menu: Gondhoraj Doi Ghol, Green Salad, Narkel Bhaja Salad, Gondhoraj Paneer Tikka, Mutton Paya, etc. Rate: Rs 1300 plus taxes per person Special a-la-carte menu at Rasam: Pure Veg South Indian Restaurant (Until April 16) Best from the menu: Rasam special idly, Guri-Appam, Mumbai Mysore Dosa,to name a few. Timings: 12:00 pm to 10:00 pm 7:00 am to 10:00 pm (Weekends and National holidays) 6 Ballygunge Place Get into the festive vibe of Poila Baishak with good food and quick service at different outlets of 6 Ballygunge Place (Rajarhat, Salt Lake and Ballygunge). Also, try the specially curated menu at their Sector V and Kasba outlet. Best from the menu: Baisakher Amej, Assorted Bhaja, Badshahi Dal, Lomba Begun Baji Enchorer Dalna , Kalo Miroch Aloor Dum, Vietnamese Pho Soup (Chicken), Chicken in Peanut Curry, to name a few. Rate: Special menu at Rs 1250, Rs 850 at ‘The Bengal Lounge’ and ‘The Wall’. Veg thali Rs 550, Non-veg thali Rs 760, Hish Thali Rs 950 plus taxes The Gateway Hotel, EM Bypass Welcome 1426 with lunch and dinner buffet at Buzz featuring the best of traditional Bengali cuisine. Lunch and Dinner at Buzz Timings: (Dinner) 7:30 pm to 11:00 pm on April 14 12.30 pm to 3.30 pm (Lunch) on April 15 7:30 pm to 11:00 pm (Dinner) on April 15 Best from the menu: Gondhoraj Ghol (A refreshing yoghurt drink), Chingrir chop (shrimp starter), Aam Pabda (Pabda Fish with raw mango), Kumro Pata Bhapa Ilish, and many more. Rate: Rs 1649 plus taxes per person Oudh 1590 Welcome the Bengali new year with authentic array of special Awadhi dishes at Oudh 1590. When: April 15 Timings: 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm (Lunch), 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm (Dinner) Best from the menu: Awadhi Sugandhi Mahi, Fish Zafrani Tikka, Murgh Purdah Biryani, Jheenga, to name a few. Rate: Rs 1000 for two (approx) plus taxes Oh! Calcutta This Poila Baisakh, pamper your taste buds at Oh! Calcutta with dishes like Alu Kabli, Dahi Vada, Bhuttar Piyaji, Mangshor Jhol, Maacher Kofta Curry, Chingri Malai Curry to name a few. Timings: 11:30 pm to 4:00 pm (Lunch) and 7:00 to 10:30 pm (Dinner) Rate: Rs 1025 (Lunch) and Rs1095 (Dinner) plus taxeslast_img read more

  • New notes ‘injected’ long before Modi announced DeMo: Cong

    first_imgNew Delhi: On the day when the campaigning for the fifth phase of Lok Sabha elections came to an end, senior Congress leader and former union minister Kapil Sibal came out with explosive video clips on alleged laundering of the demonetised currency notes in 2017. Training guns at the Union Government, the Congress leader, after showing the video clips claimed that the exchange of yet-to-be demonetised high currency notes were started much before the announcement of the historic decision by PM Modi on November 8, 2016. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss account details under automatic exchange framework”In the sting operation, Rahul Ratharekar, a field assistant at Cabinet Secretariat, claimed that the new currency notes were printed in Moscow bearing the signature of Urjit Patel, who was not even declared RBI Governor,” Sibal said, adding that the official has also stated that extra notes had been printed, more than the value of the demonetised currency. “The most startling revelation by Ratharekar was when he mentions that today (April 1, 2017) he has completed exactly one year doing the exchange work through the Belapur Chest in Mumbai and completed transactions worth Rs 2 lakh crore during the period,” the Congress leader said citing the transcript of the video clips. Also Read – Trio win Nobel Medicine Prize for work on cells, oxygenTerming demonetisation the biggest political scam India has ever seen, the Congress leader said that the currency ban move has hit the common man. The victims of demonetisation were hapless 1.25 billion ‘aamjanta’, Sibal alleged. The Congress leader further claimed that in the second video, a meeting had taken place at the residential office of BJP leader Shyam Jaju, where Sanjay Padule (a serving sub inspector, Delhi Police) had introduced Jaju to an undercover journalist, who discussed his Smart City projects with Jaju. The undercover scribe had also requested Jaju to exchange old currency notes worth of Rs 300 crore, Sibal claimed stating that Padule, who is now posted as a PSO of a Supreme Court judge, was deployed at the BJP head office as security personnel. Sibal also maintained that Jaju had not said anything during the conversation. Taking on the Centre, the Congress leader said, “Modi has failed to prosecute the corrupt. This has been reflected in BJP’s latest publicity campaign. Modi’s singular achievement is that those charged with serious offences and others who were in jail are roaming freely.” “Demonetisation was an ill-thought decision. It benefited a few. The stated objective of eradicating unaccounted cash from the economy has failed miserably. The demonetisation was a godsend for ‘dalals’ who earned a fat commission for the exchange of old currency and black money is back in the system,” alleged Sibal. Though the prime objective of demonetisation was to discourage the use of cash and check the currency in circulation to reduce the flow of black money, cash is back and in a big way, Sibal said. “As per RBI data, currency with the public in 2018 has reached a record high of over Rs 18.5 lakh crore, more than double of Rs 7.8 lakh crore, post demonetisation. The total currency in circulation has also increased exponentially from Rs 17.97 lakh crore in November 2016 to Rs 21.42 lakh crore in March 2019,” he said. He, however, claimed that the Congress, if elected to power, will order an investigation into the matter, even alleging that all those featured in the video clips were “untraceable” at present.last_img read more

  • Wait Are The 76ers Good Now

    FiveThirtyEight Embed Code Welcome to the latest episode of Hot Takedown, FiveThirtyEight’s sports podcast. On this week’s show (Jan. 24, 2017), we chat about last weekend’s NFL blowouts and begin to think about the Super Bowl. Next, we interview Duke’s Lexie Brown, who recently made 56 straight free throws, the sixth-longest streak in NCAA history and the new ACC record. Finally, the Philadelphia 76ers are suddenly on a hot streak. We investigate how the Sixers’ season has recently taken a winning turn and look at whether it’s too late for Philadelphia to be a playoff contender.Links to what we discussed:In case you missed it, ESPN recapped the Falcons’ 44-21 defeat of the Packers and the Patriots’ 36-17 AFC title win against the Steelers.FiveThirtyEight’s Neil Paine took a look at Matt Ryan’s incredible season and explained why it’s not a fluke.The Patriots won with less talent than usual, writes Ty Schalter.Duke’s Lexie Brown was named the ACC Player of the Week this Monday.espnW’s Mechelle Voepel reports on the NCAA committee’s early reveal of the top 16 women’s basketball teams.The Ringer’s Ben Detrick explores the Philadelphia 76ers’ surprising hot streak.Significant Digit: $4,045, the amount “The Fish Guy,” an aquatic services company, sought from Buffalo Bills linebacker Brandon Spikes in a lawsuit. The company moved Spikes’s tropical fish and aquarium to Buffalo from Rhode Island in 2014 after he joined the Bills. More: Apple Podcasts | ESPN App | RSS | Embed read more

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