Linkedin Facebook WhatsApp THE stabbing of a shopping centre security guard in the leg, yards from a garda station, over “some jelly babies and a chocolate bar”, has resulted in a teenager being jailed for two and half years.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Ryan Kelly, 19, of no fixed abode but originally from Limerick City stole the confectionary from the Roxboro Road Shopping centre on April 5 this year.He was caught by security staff trying to leave the shop without paying. As he was being restrained, he pulled a knife and stabbed the security guard in the thigh.Gardai were called to the scene after Kelly fled and they found the security guard, wounded and leaning against a blood soaked wall.Prosecution Counsel John O’Sullivan said it was only then that the guard realised he had been “stabbed in a most sneaky and underhand way.” The victim, who is in his 30s, has recovered physically but is still quite scarred mentally.At Limerick Circuit Court last week, Kelly pleaded guilty to assault causing harm of the security guard.The court was told of Kelly’s difficult family upbringing and his bi-polar condition for which he was receiving medical treatment.Taking this into account, Judge Moran said that he would suspend a portion of a prison sentence but it was a source of considerable worry that the serious stabbing arose over some jelly babies and a chocolate bar and that Kelly confessed he always carried a knife.He imposed a four year prison sentence but suspended the last 18 months. Twitter Email Advertisement NewsSecurity guard stabbed by sweet thiefBy Staff Reporter – December 27, 2013 1778 Print Previous article€1million international drugs trail led to Limerick cottageNext articleOvernight fire at Limerick Prison contained Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie
By Sharon Omahen University of Georgia The NSF reported agricultural research and development dollars expended through UGA in 2005 at a bit less than $92 million. Agricultural research funding remains strong at the University of Georgia. The university was ranked No. 4 in the nation in research funding by the National Science Foundation. “Add to this what I believe to be the leading extension and 4-H programs in the U.S. and improving and growing academic programs in Athens, Griffin and Tifton, Ga.,” Angle said, “and we clearly have much to be proud of.” The NSF defines agricultural science to include such disciplines as agricultural production, agronomy, animal science, fish and wildlife, forestry, plant science, soil science and others. The agency recently released its nationwide ranking of programs. UGA came in fourth behind the University of Florida, University of California at Davis and Purdue University. “This report highlights the fact that the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the University of Georgia is one of the leading agricultural research institutions in the nation,” said J. Scott Angle, CAES dean and director. “Our faculty, staff and students are committed to excellence,” Angle said. “And this report demonstrates and affirms what many of us already know.”
McIlroy, one over after his opening 18 holes, made up for lost time with a bogey-free round. He will enter the third round tied fourth place (7 under) and four back of co-leaders Justin Thomas and Adam Scott, who were among those to have already completed round two.Thomas and Scott both followed up scores of 66 with 65s to share first place. J.B. Holmes was nine under for the tournament having played 14 holes, while a number of players were still in the early stages of their second rounds. Related News The 14-time major winner made a priceless birdie at the ninth hole to finish his round in the split-tee format and he was confident that would keep him around for the remainder of the weekend.For a chance to make the [email protected] knew he needed this one.#QuickHits pic.twitter.com/E3eW6BYkCQ— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 16, 2019″I know one under is getting in,” Woods said. Genesis Open: Justin Thomas, Adam Scott top leaderboard after Day 2 Rory McIlroy surged up the Genesis Open leaderboard by completing a second-round of 8-under 63 on Saturday, while Tiger Woods looked to have done just enough to make the cut.Inclement weather earlier in the week at Riviera Country Club has wreaked havoc with the schedule, pushing the completion of the second round back into day three. Woods — who along with McIlroy and Thomas was halted after 12 holes Friday — scrambled for an even-par 71, leaving him 1 under for the tournament and one stroke above the projected cut line. Matt Kuchar addresses criticism, apologizes for paying fill-in caddie $5K
The Champions League recently determined all four remaining Round of 16 matches could play out at their originally scheduled locations before the tournament heads to Lisbon, Portugal, the neutral site for all semifinal and quarterfinal matches as well as the Final.”It’s a phenomenal format for us in the U.S. to do it this way,” ViacomCBS chief digital officer Marc DeBevoise told The Associated Press. “A single elimination tournament is something these audiences fully understand. Obviously, there are big soccer fans but March Madness having been effectively canceled, I think people are hungry for things like this.”All Champions League matches are scheduled to start at 3 p.m. ET. Below is the complete Champions League schedule from what’s left of the Round of 16 through the Final at the end of the month.Friday, Aug. 7Round of 16 second legMatchTimeTV channelLive streamJuventus vs. Lyon (1st leg: 0-1)3 p.m. ETN/ACBS All AccessManchester City vs. Real Madrid (1st leg: 2-1)3 p.m. ETCBS Sports NetworkCBS All Access/fuboTVSaturday, Aug. 8Round of 16 second legMatchTimeTV channelLive streamBayern vs. Chelsea (1st leg: 3-0)3 p.m. ETN/ACBS All AccessBarcelona vs. Napoli (1st leg: 1-1)3 p.m. ETCBS Sports NetworkCBS All Access/fuboTVWednesday, Aug. 12Quarterfinals (Lisbon, Portugal)MatchTimeTV channelLive streamAtalanta vs. Paris3 p.m. ETN/ACBS All AccessThursday., Aug. 13Quarterfinals (Lisbon, Portugal)MatchTimeTV channelLive streamLeipzig vs. Atlético3 p.m. ETN/ACBS All AccessFriday, Aug. 14Quarterfinals (Lisbon, Portugal)MatchTimeTV channelLive streamBarcelona vs. Bayern3 p.m. ETN/ACBS All AccessSaturday, Aug. 15Quarterfinals (Lisbon, Portugal)MatchTimeTV channelLive streamMan. City vs. Lyon3 p.m. ETN/ACBS All AccessTuesday, Aug. 18Semifinals (Lisbon, Portugal)MatchTimeTV channelLive streamAtalanta/Paris vs. Leipzig/Atlético3 p.m. ETN/ACBS All AccessWednesday, Aug. 19Semifinals (Lisbon, Portugal)MatchTimeTV channelLive streamBarcelona/Bayern vs. Man. City/Lyon3 p.m. ETN/ACBS All AccessSunday, Aug. 23Champions League Final (Lisbon, Portugal)MatchTimeTV channelLive streamTBD vs. TBD3 p.m. ETCBS Sports NetworkCBS All Access/fuboTV The UEFA Champions League TV channel and live stream options for those in the United States are completely different now than they were when the COVID-19 pandemic suspended the tournament back in March.CBS now has the exclusive English language rights for the Champions League in the U.S., but don’t expect to catch all of the action on TV. The network is showing eight of the 11 Champions League matches remaining on the 2019-20 schedule exclusively via live stream on CBS All Access, with only three — a couple Round of 16 games and the Final on Aug. 23 — on live TV via CBS Sports Network. MORE: Watch select Champions League games on fuboTV (7-day trial)During the Champions League’s hiatus, Turner Sports backed out of its deal after showing 2019-20 UEFA games in the U.S. before the season was suspended. CBS swooped in and claimed the rights for the rest of the season, which includes four Round of 16 games, the quarter- and semi-finals and the Champions League Final.From Sports Business Daily: “Turner opted out of its deal (in June) for a variety of reasons. This year’s tournament suffered through a prolonged stoppage because of the pandemic. Turner was also already operating as a lame duck, given that CBS takes over in the fall of 2021. Plus, Turner originally cut its UEFA deal in 2017 as a way to build up its streaming service B/R Live. It has since folded B/R Live into the Bleacher Report app.”Below are all of the details on how to watch Champions League games in the U.S., plus a complete broadcast schedule for all matches through the Aug. 23 Final.How to watch Champions League games in the USACBS was supposed to take over the exclusive English language rights for Champions League matches starting in 2021, but it did so ahead of schedule after Turner Sports prematurely ended its deal in June. So CBS is now the home for Champions League action in the United States, but it will not show any of the 11 remaining matches this season on its over-air cable network.All Champions League matches are available live on CBS All Access, which is the network’s online streaming service. A select few, including the Champions League Final, will be shown on TV via CBS Sports Network.CBS All Access starts at $5.99 a month, but it is offering a one-month free trial promotion for new subscribers through mid-August. Users can cancel subscriptions at any time.Below are the devices on which CBS All Access can be streamed:AndroidiPhoneiPadApple TVGoogle ChromecastAmazon FireTVLGPlayStation 4Xbox OneRokuSamsungVisioXfinityFor the select games on TV, including the Champions League Final, CBS Sports Network has a channel finder feature for users across the country.CBS Sports Network is available on most cable provider systems. It’s also available from satellite providers DirecTV (channel 221) and Dish Network (channel 158).As for live TV streaming services, CBS Sports Network is available on fuboTV, YouTube TV and Hulu, and all three come with free trials for new subscribers. Below are links to each.fuboTVYouTube TVHuluUnivision is still the home of Spanish language Champions League broadcasts in the U.S.Champions League TV scheduleThe coronavirus shut down live sports on the same day (March 11) that Paris Saint-Germain beat Dortmund and Atlético Madrid topped Liverpool to advance to the Champions League quarterfinals. That left four Round of 16 games left on the schedule.
The NBA bubble seemed like a ridiculous concept when introduced months ago as the league weighed options to restart its 2019-20 season. Hundreds of NBA players in the same place, all but shut off from the rest of the world, for almost three months?Yet here we are, with the NBA bubble seeming like a viable — albeit, wacky — solution to the problems associated with playing professional sports during a global pandemic. As for the timing, the first “regular season” games in the NBA’s return will be played July 31, and Game 7 of the NBA Finals (if necessary) is scheduled for Oct. 12.Below is a day-by-day schedule for the seeding games in the NBA bubble through Aug. 14.July 30GameTime (ET)National TVJazz vs. Pelicans6:30 p.m.TNTClippers vs. Lakers9 p.m.TNTJuly 31GameTime (ET)National TVMagic vs. Nets2:30 p.m.—Grizzlies vs. Trail Blazers4 p.m.NBA TVSuns vs. Wizards4 p.m.—Celtics vs. Bucks6:30 p.m.ESPNKings vs. Spurs8 p.m.—Rockets vs. Mavericks9 p.m.ESPNAug. 1 GameTime (ET)National TVHeat vs. Nuggets1 p.m.ESPNJazz vs. Thunder3:30 p.m.ESPNPelicans vs. Clippers6 p.m.ESPN76ers vs. Pacers7 p.m.—Lakers vs. Raptors8:30 p.m.ESPNAug. 2GameTime (ET)National TVWizards vs. Nets2 p.m.—Trail Blazers vs. Celtics3:30 p.m.ABCSpurs vs. Grizzlies4 p.m.—Kings vs. Magic6 p.m.NBA TVBucks vs. Rockets8:30 p.m.ABCMavericks vs. Suns9 p.m.—Aug. 3GameTime (ET)National TVRaptors vs. Heat1:30 p.m.NBA TVNuggets vs. Thunder4 p.m.NBA TVPacers vs. Wizards4 p.m.—Grizzlies vs. Pelicans6:30 p.m.ESPNSpurs vs. 76ers8 p.m.—Lakers vs. Jazz9 p.m.ESPNAug. 4GameTime (ET)National TVNets vs. Bucks1:30 p.m.NBA TVMavericks vs. Kings2:30 p.m.—Suns vs. Clippers4 p.m.NBA TVMagic vs. Pacers6 p.m.—Celtics vs. Heat6:30 p.m.TNTRockets vs. Trail Blazers9 p.m.TNTAug. 5GameTime (ET)National TVGrizzlies vs. Jazz2:30 p.m.—76ers vs. Wizards4 p.m.NBA TVNuggets vs. Spurs4 p.m.—Thunder vs. Lakers6:30 p.m.ESPNRaptors vs. Magic8 p.m.—Nets vs. Celtics9 p.m.ESPNAug. 6GameTime (ET)National TVPelicans vs. Kings1:30 p.m.NBA TVHeat vs. Bucks4 p.m.TNTPacers vs. Suns4 p.m.—Clippers vs. Mavericks6:30 p.m.TNTTrail Blazers vs. Nuggets8 p.m.—Lakers vs. Rockets9 p.m.TNTAug. 7GameTime (ET)National TVJazz vs. Spurs1 p.m.—Thunder vs. Grizzlies4 p.m.NBA TVKings vs. Nets5 p.m.—Magic vs. 76ers6:30 p.m.TNTWizards vs. Pelicans8 p.m.—Celtics vs. Raptors9 p.m.TNTAug. 8GameTime (ET)National TVClippers vs. Trail Blazers1 p.m.TNTJazz vs. Nuggets3:30 p.m.TNTLakers vs. Pacers6 p.m.TNTSuns vs. Heat7:30 p.m.—Bucks vs. Mavericks8:30 p.m.ESPNAug. 9GameTime (ET)National TVWizards vs. Thunder12:30 p.m.—Grizzlies vs. Raptors2 p.m.—Spurs vs. Pelicans3 p.m.ABCMagic vs. Celtics5 p.m.—76ers vs. Trail Blazers6:30 p.m.NBA TVRockets vs. Kings8 p.m.—Nets vs. Clippers9 p.m.NBA TVAug. 10GameTime (ET)National TVThunder vs. Suns2:30 p.m.—Mavericks vs. Jazz3 p.m.NBA TVRaptors vs. Bucks6:30 p.m.ESPNPacers vs. Heat8 p.m.—Nuggets vs. Lakers9 p.m.TNTAug. 11GameTime (ET)National TVNets vs. Magic1 p.m.—Rockets vs. Spurs2 p.m.NBA TVSuns vs. 76ers4:30 p.m.—Trail Blazers vs. Mavericks5 p.m.—Celtics vs. Grizzlies6:30 p.m.TNTPelicans vs. Kings9 p.m.TNTBucks vs. Wizards9 p.m.—Aug. 12GameTime (ET)National TVPacers vs. Rockets4 p.m.NBA TVRaptors vs. 76ers6:30 p.m.ESPNHeat vs. Thunder8 p.m.—Clippers vs. Nuggets9 p.m.ESPNAug. 13GameTime (ET) National TVWizards vs. CelticsTBDTBDTrail Blazers vs. NetsTBDTBDKings vs. LakersTBDTBDBucks vs. GrizzliesTBDTBDPelicans vs. MagicTBDTBDMavericks vs. SunsTBDTBDSpurs vs. JazzTBDTBDAug. 14GameTime (ET) National TV76ers vs. RocketsTBDTBDHeat vs. PacersTBDTBDThunder vs. ClippersTBDTBDNuggets vs. RaptorsTBDTBDThe NBA Draft (Oct. 15) and then free agency (Oct. 18) will follow the completion of the Finals. The 2020-21 NBA regular season likely will begin Dec. 1, 2020. There’s no telling how the situation inside the NBA bubble will evolve as it relates to COVID-19, but the league at least was able to bring the 22 teams it invited to Orlando into the bubble in a relatively safe manner. In order for the league to keep the season going and to complete a full slate of playoff games, though, the rules of the NBA bubble will need to be followed closely.NBA POWER RANKINGS: Bucks, Lakers top SN’s Disney bubble editionIf it works, the NBA bubble at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Fla., will be the site of every game on the NBA schedule through early October. And a 2019-20 NBA champion will be crowned in a relatively empty arena with no fans present.Some view the situation as illegitimate and worthy of an asterisk next to the name of the team that wins this year’s NBA championship. Others view it as a unique challenge, and that this year’s champion will wear the title like a badge of honor given the circumstances.Either way, it’s amazing that the NBA has been able to pull this off. Here’s all you need to know about the measures the league took to form the NBA bubble in Orlando. Details of the NBA’s bubble protocols are from ESPN, which obtained the 100-plus-page document the league sent to its players.What is the NBA bubble?The concept is simple. The NBA figured, as long as it could get all players, coaches and team/league personnel packed into one place — with COVID-19 testing assuring that none have been infected with the virus, of course — and not let any non-essential people in, it could preserve the health and safety for all involved.This is why the NBA felt comfortable pressing forward with the bubble in Orlando even as coronavirus cases in Florida spiked over the summer. In theory, that shouldn’t matter, because nobody other than those who have been invited and tested are allowed to enter the bubble, anyway.Nobody from the 22 teams (more on those later) that were invited to resume the NBA season in the bubble were required to participate, as people who are determined by the team or by medical experts to be high risk for COVID-19 are protected/excused and will not lose salary. Players who opt out but are not deemed high risk lose the corresponding number of game checks up to a cap of 14 games.Several NBA players, including some big names, opted out of the situation before their teams left for the NBA bubble for varying reasons.Teams arrived in the NBA bubble on July 7 as they prepared for the resumption of the season on July 30. If the NBA bubble works, and if the playoffs reach Game 7 of the NBA Finals, the last group of players, coaches and team/league personnel will have stayed in the bubble through Oct. 12. That’s … a long time. Naturally, players, coaches and team personnel are allowed to leave the bubble once they are eliminated from contention.MORE: List of NBA players opting out of 2020 season restartWhere is the NBA bubble?The ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Fla., at least for a few months, is simply the NBA bubble.The ESPN-NBA connection aside, the Walt Disney World Resort presented the league a uniquely qualified infrastructure that made the bubble concept viable. Not only is the place big enough to contain all essential NBA team and league personnel, but with security, it can be isolated from the surrounding area relatively easily. Disney World, of course, wasn’t hosting guests amid the COVID-19 pandemic, anyway, so it became a logical deal for both sides.NBA games in the bubble are being played in three different arenas at the complex. Limited media, team executives, NBA/union personnel and inactive players are allowed in the stands, but other than a couple sponsors here and there, no fans are allowed to attend.Team/league personnel are staying in three different hotels — The Gran Destino Tower at Coronado Springs, the Grand Floridian and the Yacht Club — on campus. Hotels were assigned to teams based on their places in the NBA standings, with the top four seeds in each conference getting rooms at the top-of-the-line Gran Destino Tower.Most of the amenities at the massive resort, including pools, golf courses and lounges, are available for anybody on campus to use.NBA bubble teams22 total teams13 from West9 from EastThe list of NBA bubble teams consists of the 16 teams that were in the playoffs based on NBA standings when the season was suspended in March, plus the six teams that were six games or fewer behind the eighth seed in their respective conferences. Those six teams are the Pelicans, Trail Blazers, Suns, Kings, Spurs and Wizards.Below are the 22 teams in the NBA bubble based on the standings when the season resumed.Eastern ConferenceMilwaukee Bucks (53-12)Toronto Raptors (46-18)Boston Celtics (43-21)Miami Heat (41-24)Indiana Pacers (39-26)Philadelphia 79ers (39-26)Brooklyn Nets (30-34)Orlando Magic (30-35)Washington Wizards (24-40)Western ConferenceLos Angeles Lakers (49-14)Los Angeles Clippers (44-20)Denver Nuggets (43-22)Utah Jazz (41-23)Oklahoma City Thunder (40-24)Houston Rockets (40-24)Dallas Mavericks (40-27)Memphis Grizzlies (32-33)Portland Trail Blazers (29-37)New Orleans Pelicans (28-36)Sacramento Kings (28-36)San Antonio Spurs (27-36)Phoenix Suns (26-39)NBA teams not in the bubbleEastern ConferenceCharlotte Hornets (23-42)Chicago Bulls (22-43)New York Knicks (21-45)Detroit Pistons (20-46)Atlanta Hawks (20-47)Cleveland Cavaliers (19-46)Western ConferenceMinnesota Timberwolves (19-45)Golden State Warriors (15-50)In order to be invited the the NBA bubble in Orlando, teams had to be either in a playoff seed or within six games of the eighth seed their respective conferences. So the seasons for the Hornets, Bulls, Knicks, Pistons, Hawks, Cavaliers, Timberwolves and Warriors ended prematurely.The 14 NBA Lottery teams will be the eight teams above plus the six teams that do participate in the NBA bubble but do not make the playoffs. These teams will be seeded in the lottery and assigned odds based on their records through March 11.NBA bubble rulesCOVID-19 testingUpon arrival at the NBA bubble, every player, coach and staff member had to self-isolate in their rooms for up to 48 hours until they received two negative COVID-19 tests.COVID-19 testing is done “regularly” inside the bubble, although the league has not specified exactly how often players are tested. Unique circumstances do lead to daily testing for some.The NBA and NBPA announced on July 13 that two players out of 322 inside the bubble had tested positive and that those players had left the campus to isolate at home. On July 29, the league announced no new players had tested positive for two weeks.The NBA has not said how many players would need to test positive inside the bubble in order to force a halt to the season, but “the occurrence of a small or otherwise expected number of COVID-19 cases will not require a decision to suspend or cancel the resumption.”Protocols for positive COVID-19 testThose who test positive for the coronavirus inside the bubble will go through a multi-step process, outlined by ESPN:They will be placed in ‘Isolation Housing,’ which will be a house, hotel or other facility that is different from the individual’s previous hotel room, at a location in which no individuals who have not tested positive are residing.They will be administered a second COVID-19 test as soon as possible to guard against the possibility of a false positive. If that second test comes back positive, the person will remain in isolation housing.If the second test comes back negative, a third test will be administered between 24 and 48 hours after the first test. If that test also comes back negative, the person will be allowed to reenter the NBA campus. If it comes back positive, the person will remain in isolation.The period of treatment and isolation for players who test positive is a minimum of 14 days.Per the CDC’s guidelines, a player who tests positive and is eventually cleared will need to go through cardiac screening either two weeks after the first positive test (if he is asymptomatic) or two weeks after his symptoms clear. The player needs to pass the cardiac screening before he can return to play.If somebody tests positive, the NBA will use video technology in an effort to trace that person’s recent interactions. Anybody who had been in close contact with the individual for at least 15 minutes or had direct contact will be tested.Number of people per teamInitially, teams were permitted to have no more than 37 people in the NBA bubble, including players, coaches, trainers, strength coaches, equipment managers, security and front-office personnel. That will be the number through the “regular season” (more on the schedule later) and into the playoffs.However, teams are able to add people if and when they advance in the playoffs. If a team makes it past the first round, it can add two staff members, and then another pair if the team reaches the conference finals.Guests in the NBA bubbleNobody in the NBA bubble is allowed to have guests — at least not yet. Things will change once the playoffs arrive.After the first round, each of the eight teams remaining will be allowed to reserve up to 17 hotel rooms, or however many players the team has on campus, for guests, one guest room per player. The guest rooms will be paid for by the players.The NBA and National Basketball Players Association later negotiated new terms that, per ESPN, will “allow as many as four guests per player” with “exceptions for children” in those 17 hotel rooms. Non-family guests who are allowed to enter the bubble must have proof of “longstanding relationships” with the player, and those with business relationships like agents, trainers, chefs, etc., are not permitted.Naturally, the NBA has strict protocols for would-be guests. Potential guests must self-quarantine for a week (either a full week in the bubble, or three days outside and four days inside) before they can be cleared.The guests who do make it into the NBA bubble will have to undergo daily COVID-19 testing for four days, and anybody who tests positive will be subject to the league’s protocol for everybody else in the bubble.Each guest is allowed one ticket per playoff game with an extra seat available for children 32 inches or shorter.Leaving the NBA bubblePlayers technically are allowed to leave the bubble whenever they want, but unless it’s an excused absence, doing so is not a good idea.If anybody leaves the NBA bubble without the league’s approval and wants to get back in, that person will have to go through a minimum of a 10-day quarantine and deep nasal COVID-19 testing rather than the less intrusive shallow nasal or oral testing.A player who leaves the NBA bubble without being excused also will get reduced pay for any game he has to miss as a result of his departure.Those who are excused to leave the NBA bubble for family emergencies, etc., must spend four days in quarantine upon re-entry, but only if they tested negative for COVID-19 every day they were outside of the bubble.Food in the NBA bubbleEach team has its own food room, complete with a chef, that is open 24 hours a day. Players also can order room service, and they eventually will be able to have meals at some of the restaurants on the Disney campus.When players arrived and entered the NBA bubble in early July, it didn’t take long for several to complain about the food. (It’s worth noting that the food options reportedly improved after the 48-hour initial quarantine period.)Joel Embiid’s posts about the 48-hour quarantine food. 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/vPQfBiMv9y— Legion Hoops (@LegionHoops) July 10, 2020Troy Daniels’ dinner from night one inside the Orlando bubble.(via @troydaniels) pic.twitter.com/AbuOGNm2ba— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) July 8, 2020MICKY MOUSE WAFFLES!! pic.twitter.com/Nb2hniV9rN— Meyers Leonard (@MeyersLeonard) July 10, 2020The snitch hotlineYes, the NBA has set up a so-called “snitch line” so players can anonymously tell on anybody who breaks the rules of the NBA bubble and increases the risks for all involved. The discipline will range from a fine to a suspension to removal from campus.As of mid-July, “multiple tips” had already been placed into the hotline ahead of the NBA season’s restart regarding potential protocol violators. Speaking of NBA bubble violations …NBA bubble violationsLou Williams, G, ClippersWilliams was granted approval to leave the NBA bubble for a funeral, but he made an unapproved stop at Magic City, a popular Atlanta strip club, to pick up some wings. He was forced to quarantine for 10 days inside the NBA bubble as a result.Richaun Holmes, C, KingsHolmes said he accidentally crossed the Disney World campus line to pick up a delivery of chicken wings. He was forced to spend 10 days quarantining in his hotel room.Bruno Caboclo, F, RockersCaboclo left his hotel room during the initial 48-hour quarantine period upon entering the NBA bubble, claiming he didn’t know he wasn’t allowed to do so. He was hit with the 10-day quarantine and invasive nose swab testing.NBA bubble scheduleThe NBA season will restart with each team playing eight “regular season” games to determine playoff seeding. There also will be a play-in tournament for the No. 8 seed in either conference, but only if the No. 9 seed is fewer than four games behind in the standings. Otherwise, the No. 8 seed will be safe in the bracket.In a play-in tournament for the No. 8 seed, the current No. 8 seed would need to defeat the No. 9 seed once, and the No. 9 seed would need to defeat the No. 8 seed two games in a row.
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Image Courtesy: Sky SportsAdvertisement dkNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsbm6tWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ej00( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 9gWould you ever consider trying this?😱8h8Can your students do this? 🌚tgqp5tRoller skating! Powered by Firework Yesterday has been great for Wales, and mixed for the national star Gareth Bale. As the Welsh national team secured their entry into Euro 2020, the Galactico winger is on the face of controversy for the whole flag incident. Not just that, Bale came on air for interview and mistakenly said the f-word out of excitement!Advertisement Image Courtesy: Sky SportsAaron Ramsey was the match to watch, as the Juventus star netted in the two goals needed to thrash Hungary at the Cardiff City Stadium. Soon after the match, the 28 year old was on camera with Bale, both excited for their entry into the 2020 Euro tournament.However, it was the Los Blancos star who couldn’t control his excitement while hailing his compatriot.Advertisement “Gareth, what was it like to have him back in the side, he didn’t half contribute tonight?” the interviewer asked the 30 year old forward, to which he replied: “It’s about time he contributed, isn’t it? F******…” followed by a cheery grin realising he is on live TV.Check out the hilarious incident in the clip below, courtesy of Twitter user @HLTCO.Advertisement However, the former Tottenham man is on the radar of the whole Spanish media for posing with the national flag with the writing: “Wales. Golf. Madrid. In that order.” In addition to the tremendous slack from Madrid fans who are already wanting to see Bale walk out, the live swearing may rub salt to the wound. Advertisement
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week The annual benefit provides funds for various scholarships programs supported by the club. Tickets are $40 and may be obtained by calling Ginny Ball at (562) 693-0941. Junior Women’s Club seeks new members WHITTIER — Whittier Junior Women’s Club welcomes new members of all ages. Meetings are held at 6:30 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month at a local restaurant or a members’ home. The club’s fund-raising efforts benefit the Women’s and Children’s Crisis Shelter, veterans programs, Meals on Wheels and other programs. The club’s major annual fund-raiser, “Spirit of the Holidays’ auction and lunch, will be held Nov. 5 at the Marriott Hotel in Norwalk. For more information, call Cathy Lindsey (562) 698-3398. Travel club to meet Monday at the YMCA WHITTIER — The YMCA Travel Club will meet at 10 a.m. Monday at the Uptown YMCA, 12510 Hadley. This month Ron Radison, retired professor of theater of arts at UC La Jolla, will share his summer holiday in Southern England of quaint cottages, spectacular bluff-top pathways, clotted cream cheeses, a posh English wedding and a joyful London reunion of international friends. For more information, call (562) 693-8974. The Rio Hondo Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (MOOA) will meet at 6 tonight at Los Amigos Country Club, 7295 Quill Drive, Downey. For more information, call LCDR Claude Kerr at (562) 923-4214. Single parents group to host dance WHITTIER — Parents without Partners Covina Valley Chapter #428 will hold a Halloween dance from 8 to midnight tonight at Candlewood Country Club, 14000 Telegraph Road. New member orientation begins at 7:30 p.m. Members are $7; guests are $10. There will be a raffle and refreshments. For more information, call (626) 294-3211. Bike club plans Culver City tour WHITTIER — Whittier Wheelmen will tour Culver City on Sunday, directed by Steven Kaye. The bicycle club departs at 7:30 a.m. from the Community Center parking lot, 7634 Washington Ave. For more information, call (562) 947-5771. AAUW ’50s Fall Fling slated for Saturday WHITTIER — The Whittier Branch of AAUW (American Association of University Women) announces its “Fabulous ’50s Fall Fling’ from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday at the Greenleaf Masonic Center, 12001 E. Beverly Blvd. The festivities will include food, entertainment, a swing band and a silent auction. Lite-Up Your Life’ lunch slated Oct. 20 WHITTIER — The Whittier California Woman’s Connection will present a “Lite-Up Your Life’ lunch from noon to 1:30 p.m. Oct. 20 at Friendly Hills Country Club, 8500 Villa Verde Drive. Barbara Brown, inspirational speaker, will explain how to shop for the perfect gift. And Stacey Senne, a consultant for Party Lite, will show how to brighten up your home. The cost is $16.75. A complimentary nursery is available with a reservation. For reservations or more information, call JoAnn at (562) 693-9182. Woman’s Club to host blood bank on Oct. 20 LA HABRA — GFWC La Habra Woman’s Club and the Chamber of Commerce will hold a Red Cross blood bank from 2 to 8 p.m. Oct. 20 at the Clubhouse, 200 W. Greenwood. For more information, call Linda Ristow at (562) 691-2983. Creative Writing Club to meet Thursdays LA MIRADA — La Mirada Scribes Creative Writing Club meets the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 1 p.m. at the Activity Center, 13810 La Mirada Blvd. Positive critiquing in a friendly atmosphere is supplied for poetry and prose, including memoirs, novels, essays, letters to the editor or publicity notices. Prospective members are invited to attend two meetings as guests. Thereafter the cost is $1 per session. For more information, call Gertrude Ulrich at (562) 777-1560. Club news items must be received by the Monday prior to publication. Submit to Community News, Whittier Daily News, 7612 Greenleaf Ave., Whittier, CA 90602; fax to (562) 698-0955; or e- mail in plain text (no attachments) to [email protected] 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Kurt Zouma starts for Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, where Victor Moses again misses out.Moses is still struggling with the toe injury which kept him out of Saturday’s defeat against his former club Crystal Palace, while Nemanja Matic drops to the bench.Meanwhile, skipper Vincent Kompany returns to the starting line-up for Manchester City, who are still without the injured Bacary Sagna.Chelsea: Courtois; Zouma, David Luiz, Cahill; Azpilicueta, Kante, Fabregas, Alonso; Pedro, Diego Costa, Hazard.Subs: Begovic, Ake, Terry, Matic, Loftus-Cheek, Willian, Batshuayi.Man City: Caballero, Clichy, Stones, Kompany, Fernandinho, Delph, Sane, Silva, De Bruyne, Navas, Aguero.Subs: Bravo, Zabaleta, Kolarov, Fernando, Toure, Sterling, Nolito. Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! This “Destroys” ED x ‘Genius Pill’ Used By Rich Americans Now Available In Netherlands! x What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed! x One Cup of This (Before Bed) Burns Belly Fat Like Crazy! x Men, You Don’t Need the Blue Pill if You Do This x Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch) x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook