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Date: 2018-03-17 17:44:37 Hey guys, I am a professional sandboarder and my dad is a professional cameraman, we make quite the team! In this video I show some cool new tricks I learned that day. Enjoy! If you would…

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Fired-up Gentry slams officiating as Pelicans fall

3:02 AM ET Stefano FusaroESPN NEW ORLEANS — For the second consecutive game, the coach opposing the Houston Rockets finished the night with an epic rant against the officials. This time, it was New Orleans’ Alvin Gentry, who fired off against the referees following the Pelicans‘ 107-101 home defeat. “The thing that bothers me more than anything, and I really don’t care, we try to play the right way, and we play our asses off,” Gentry said. “All we want is an equal opportunity to win the game. Not have a situation where we are guessing on the biggest play

Rory McIlroy blasts boozy fans and calls on PGA Tour to act

tourmiss Rory McIlroy has blasted boozy fans. McIlroy posted his lowest round of the 2018 PGA New Year with a five-under par 67 to move to 10-under par and just two shots behind Sweden’s Henrik Stenson. And while McIlroy was delighted also to have celebrated both St. Patrick’s Day and Ireland’s crushing Grand Slam win over England, he should not have had to deal with comments from a male specatator who should have been shown the Bay Hill front gates long before he began directing comments at McIlroy. “There was one guy out there who kept yelling my wife’s name,

Whitecaps see early red as Atlanta run riot

The Vancouver Whitecaps had a clear game plan heading into their road match against Atlanta United on Saturday night. An early red card changed that for Carl Robinson’s men. Josef Martinez had his fourth career hat trick to help Atlanta beat the Whitecaps 4-1. After Kendall Waston was sent off in the 14th minute, Atlanta United used the extra man to their advantage, scoring four goals to hand Vancouver Whitecaps their first defeat of the 2018 MLS regular season, 4-1 in Atlanta on Saturday evening. 0:59 Vancouver (2-1-0) played a man down, and from behind, for most of the match

Morocco takes on North America with $16B World Cup bid

Morocco would need to spend almost $16 billion US to prepare to host the 2026 World Cup, with every proposed stadium and training ground built from scratch or renovated, the bid said Saturday. With less than three months to go until the FIFA vote, the north African nation presented the first significant details of its proposal to take on the joint bid from the United States, Canada and Mexico. The North American bid plans to rely on existing infrastructure, including large NFL stadiums already hosting events. For the first time, a high-risk bid that does not meet FIFA’s expectations on

Rory McIlroy celebrates Ireland’s Grand Slam win with lowest PGA Tour score

The World No 13 grabbed the luck of the Irish with two birdies over his closing three holes and signing for a five-under par 67 to muscle his way to third place at 10-under par and just two shots from the lead on the famed Bay Hill course in suburban Orlando. Fellow Open Champion Henrik Stenson continues to the head the $8.9m event with four birdies but also three bogeys in his one-under par 71 to move to 12-under par and one shot clear of American Bryson DeChambeau who carded a level par 72. While the 41-year old Stenson looks

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Date: 2018-03-17 15:38:31 RS 1300 action camera, the quality is good for the price and in future I will upload some examples too….. Camera Waterproof case Lots of stands Charger Great quality for the price… Instagram…

Memo to drunken, obnoxious golf fans: Just shut up!

With all due respect to the new generation of golf fans at The Arnie and everywhere else on the PGA Tour, SHUT UP! Just SHUT UP! Quit yelling. Quit heckling. Quit thinking you’re part of the show. And while you’re at it, turn off your cell phones. Turn down the volume on your voices. Turn up your sense of decency and decorum. As Derek Britton, an Irishman who is one of the marshals at The Arnie said to a group of fans aggressively hooting and hollering as they followed Tiger Woods, “This is not a soccer match; it’s a golf

Jennings shines after signing 10-day deal

MEMPHIS — Milwaukee Bucks point guard Brandon Jennings, who signed a 10-day contract with the team on Sunday, nearly recorded a triple-double in his first NBA game in almost a year during Monday’s 121-103 win over the Memphis Grizzlies.

Jennings, who started the season playing for Shanxi Zhongyu in the Chinese CBA, scored 16 points, notched 12 assists and grabbed eight rebounds in 24 minutes.

“It’s just all the hard work I was putting in in China,” Jennings said. “People don’t understand, I was still hurt with my Achilles injury, so now I’m finally healthy. I was able to really just revamp my whole self, just focus on basketball and be able to just work out. So when I was in China, I just felt like I was at Oak Hill [Academy] again, just working on my game and trying to get to that level again.”

Jennings, an eight-year NBA veteran, started his career in Milwaukee after being selected by the Bucks in the first round of the 2009 draft. He has played for five different NBA teams and last played in the NBA with the Washington Wizards on May 15, 2017 — a Game 7 loss to the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference semifinals.

“I don’t think it’s a question whether he can play in the NBA,” Bucks big man John Henson said. “Obviously, it’s about the right situation. Especially this summer, it was a rough summer for free agents. But he can clearly play, so I’m excited to have him. On a 10-day, for a guy like that to have that type of talent, it’s rare.”

Henson is the only remaining member of the Bucks who was still in Milwaukee when Jennings was on the team. The veteran point guard’s performance gave a big lift to a Bucks group that’s hanging onto the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.

“It’s crazy,” Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo said. “Brandon Jennings is an NBA player. It doesn’t surprise me what he did tonight and hopefully he can help us moving forward.”

Jennings signed with the Wisconsin Herd, the Bucks’ G League affiliate, on Feb. 13. His triumphant return helped push the Grizzlies’ losing streak to 18 straight games. The 28-year-old credited his time with China with helping him get his life back in order on and off the floor.

“I just was able to find myself again mentally,” Jennings said. “I was really mentally messed up in the head because of my, so called, career-ending injury. I always wanted to bounce back from that … but I just did a lot of manifest. I manifest a lot about positivity. So I tried to get a lot of negative thoughts and things out of my head and it really helped me. It really helped me off the court being a better father too.”

The win marked the first time the Bucks have won in Memphis since 2009.

“We wanted more,” Bucks interim head coach Joe Prunty deadpanned about Jennings’ performance. “No, he was very good tonight. Obviously the 12 assists were great. We had 33 as a team. Like the ball movement, like the way as a group we shared it and pushed the ball. But overall a really positive night from him, a lot of things that were really good.”

For Jennings, he was just happy to be back on an NBA court and taking pride in showing the world he can play at a high level again.

“I was nervous,” he admitted. “I felt like it was my first rookie game again, just putting on that jersey was a blessing. I’m just very grateful.”


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