first_imgVictims finally began arriving at the hospital on their own around 12:30 p.m. They were student volunteers from the Red Cross Club at Skyview High School. Skyview senior Shannon Crabtree, 17, was draped in a towel in the waiting room while waiting to be evaluated by a nurse. I feel like a victim, she said. Everyone involved goes away with a better understanding of their responsibilities, Flaherty said.Jose Paul Corona can be reached at 360-759-8038 or [email protected] PORTLAND, Ore. — Skyview High School students in bathing suits braved the elements for their country Tuesday. The scene looked like something out of a Hollywood thriller, but more subdued. Actual patients who were in the area looked confused by what was going on. The fact that everyone was calm and collected seemed to put the real patients in the waiting room at ease. After arriving, the hospital staff members tried to detect if they were contaminated with radiation. Those who were had to remove their clothes, which were then put in plastic trash bags and thrown into a storage bin. The students were prepared for the exercise and were wearing bathing suits under their clothes. The exercise is costing millions of dollars. Clark County received a federal grant of $100,000 for its part in the drill, and other local agencies that participated will be reimbursed for any cost incurred. Everyone taking part in the scenario was taking it very seriously, Williams said while decked out in hazmat gear shortly before victims arrived. The intense drill serves a real purpose. It prepares everyone who would be involved during a real terrorist attack, she said. News crews gathered at the raceway Tuesday morning and awaited the explosion. Once the bomb went off, things went as might be expected during an actual terrorist attack: slowly. Several minutes later, emergency vehicles began arriving. First-responders tended to the wounded, assessed the scene and put on hazardous material gear before searching for other bombs. Nearly 30 Vancouver Police Department officers were at the raceway and took part in the exercise. It s good to know what to do, she added. Victims with simulated wounds were led to the area around the bus several minutes after the blast. They were then scattered around the area and told to lie down on the damp grass and among damaged cars. Shortly after they were in place it began to rain. The scenario allows hospital staff to identify weak spots and problems, said Tamara Paul, a respiratory therapist who took part in the exercise. TOPOFF4 may only be a drill, but it s still nerve-wracking, he added. An Uzbek Islamic Society claimed responsibility for the blast and said two more would follow, said a report on a news Web site set up for the drill. They voluntarily stood outdoors in rainy, 50-degree weather as part of TOPOFF4, the largest anti-terrorism exercise in U.S. history. Once they were stripped of their clothes, they were given towels and then taken to a decontamination tent. Hospital employees in hazmat gear then took them inside the tents and hosed them off with warm water. They were then led into the hospital emergency room. At about 10:30 a.m., a press briefing was held at the site. Few details were readily available, which appeared to be part of the drill. Employees were told that a busload of victims from the raceway would be arriving sometime after 11 a.m., but their arrival time kept getting pushed back. Twenty Vancouver firefighters were dispatched to Southwest Washington Medical Center to help decontaminate blast victims, and some Vancouver police worked a security detail at an area shelter that was set up after the blast. Homeland Security officials along with numerous local public safety agencies, some from Clark County, took part in the local scenario. The area surrounding Portland International Raceway stood in for the Steel Bridge. Her sentiments mirrored those of hospital employees. This type of exercise allows local first responders to work with federal and area agencies who would jump into action during an actual event, said Jim Flaherty, firefighter-spokesman with the Vancouver Fire Department. I m glad we re going through the drill, said Stan Williams, an emergency room technician who volunteered for the exercise. At Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital, employees began preparing to receive some of the injured and wounded. The hospital knew it would be taking part in the drill, but it wasn t known when the call for help would come. The Department of Homeland Security organized the drill, involving more than 15,000 people who work for federal, state and local agencies. The exercise, which continues throughout the week in locations around the country, depicts the explosions of radiological dirty bombs in Guam, Phoenix and Portland, and the aftermath. After everything is over, everyone knows what they need to work on, she said. At the federal level besides Homeland Security, the Department of Defense will perform concurrent exercises related to global terrorist threats. The Department of Health and Human Services will practice dealing with health problems caused by a radiological emergency. The drill scenario: A bomb on a bus went off at 9:06 a.m. at the east end of Portland s Steel Bridge. The explosion heavily damaged the Holladay Park and Davis buildings at Legacy Emanuel Hospital in Portland. Twelve people were killed and 15 were injured in the blast, a hospital press release said. Radiation was widespread.last_img read more

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first_imgSolicitors are being asked to help identify gaps in the law exposed by the Grenfell Tower fire, in which at least 80 people died when fire broke out at the 24-storey block in June.The universities of Kent and Bristol are conducting research for Shelter, a homelessness charity, about the challenges tenants face to ensure their homes are safe.Shelter wants to identify: gaps in current legislation which may make housing less safe or prevent residents from remedying problems; where the lack of enforcement undermines existing legal protections; and legal remedies to strengthen tenants’ protection.Following the fire the charity and the Housing Law Practitioners Association worked with North Kensington Law Centre to provide free daily drop-in advice clinics. Alison Mohammed, director of services at Shelter, told an all-party parliamentary group meeting on legal aid that many residents wanted to know their housing options.The universities are seeking evidence from tenants, social landlords, lawyers and other professionals. The survey’s findings will be included in an anonymised report for Shelter.Sir Martin Moore-Bick, chair of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry, is expected to hold a preliminary hearing this month. Last month the prime minister, Theresa May, accepted the retired Court of Appeal judge’s recommended terms of reference for the inquiry.The terms will cover the fire, the building’s history, its most recent refurbishment, the state of building and fire regulations, and aspects of the relationship between the tower’s residents and the local authority, including the days immediately following the fire. Local and central government response in the days following the fire will also be included.However, London law firm Hodge Jones & Allen, which is representing some of the victims, warned that the terms may not satisfy the government’s legal obligations to investigate the full circumstances of the tragedy.The universities’ survey closes at the end of this month.last_img read more

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first_imgDuke Williams, here with Sammie Coates (18) has been dismissed from the Auburn football team.Duke Williams, here with Sammie Coates (18) has been dismissed from the Auburn football team.As crazy as this sounds, Duke Williams and Auburn are better off without each other.Williams wasn’t playing with the same fire and energy that electrified Auburn’s offense last season. He didn’t give off the same spirited vibe that made him so entertaining to watch.Auburn was clearly having issues with him on and off the field. has reported that Williams was involved in “an off-the-field incident at a local nightclub” this past weekend.That appears to have been the final straw for Auburn, but the football program and Williams were no longer on the same page and when arguably your best player becomes a distraction, it’s time to part ways.“When individuals fail to meet the expectations of our program, there has to be consequences,” said Auburn coach Gus Malzahn in a statement. “I gave D’haquille the chance to prove himself. I am disappointed that it did not work out.”I said before the first game that Duke Williams wouldn’t make it the whole season. He doesn’t think rules apply to him.— David Mobley (@DavidMobley_) October 6, 2015// is always more behind a statement. Way more. Williams will have his say to explain his side about his time at Auburn, but for now, I can only shake my head at a situation that went from bad to worse when it appeared so promising just a year ago.Williams had a chance to write the following story: Kid overcomes a rough life to reach super stardom. Now he’ll have to continue that journey elsewhere and has made the road far more difficult to [email protected]@FootballAU What’s the other side of story on releasing Duke Williams?!?! It gotta be another side! #auburn#auburntigers— B.Day (@MrConsistent21) October 6, 2015//’d think Williams had everything to play for this season. Top 10 draft pick. Huge contract. Dream to play in the NFL. National championship. SEC championship.Instead, he didn’t play like an All-American and future high-first round pick should. Williams caught just 12 passes for 147 yards and a touchdown in five games this season. To put that in perspective, Williams caught nine passes for 154 yards and a touchdown in his Auburn debut last season against Arkansas.At this moment, this doesn’t looked good for him, but Williams will get a shot to play at the next level and can now put all his energies into preparing for the NFL combine. This isn’t the ideal way to go about it. He’ll miss the structure of playing for a team, but based on how things were going at Auburn, he wasn’t responding well to it, either.So maybe he’s better off doing his own thing realizing if he fails, it’s all on him, not anyone else. His draft stock has taken a ginormous hit, but he’ll wind up in someone’s NFL camp. Trust and believe that.Has someone ever killed their draft stock without getting arrested as quickly as Duke Williams— Jordan Ney (@jsney20) October 6, 2015//’m sure his influence in the locker room was significant at Auburn because he has an engaging personality. I keep going back to the YouTube video of him motivating his teammates at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College before a game.Williams had the locker room buzzing with his pep talk.[youtube take that same guy with the wrong attitude. That can create division in the locker room. Not saying he caused that, but Williams was a leader on that team. If he wasn’t motivated or driven, that can rub off on younger players. I noticed him after the overtime win over Jacksonville State laughing and joking as if Auburn had won by three touchdowns. Didn’t look good at all.When you really think about it, Williams didn’t come to Auburn to play two years. He wanted to make his first year at Auburn his last and move forward to the NFL.Then he got hurt. Williams injured his knee against Texas A&MThen he got in trouble. Williams got suspended for the Outback Bowl.Then he started tweeting about transferring in the spring.Duke Williams being dismissed is a huge step as far as discipline..Got mad respect for him and wish him the best!!— Coach Jay (@Jerrious2) October 6, 2015// wanted to be in the NFL, not college. I can only speculate this because Auburn never made him available to the media this season. What I do know is Williams missed six practices for what Malzahn categorized as a disciplinary issue. He clearly wasn’t following rules, but Auburn brought him back and he started in the season opener against Louisville.However, Malzahn put Williams on a zero tolerance policy, something I’m not a fan of. If you have to take that course of action to keep a player in line, that player, to me, is too far gone to reel back in.Auburn isn’t without fault on this. Malzahn didn’t appear to do enough to get him the ball. Williams had his share of drops, which shouldn’t be the case for someone of his talent, but there were times he was open and didn’t get the ball. He got tattooed a couple of times going over the middle as duke williams is gone like it makes a difference when there’s no one to throw to him anyway— have a good tim (@turbojunker) October 6, 2015// Tigers have changed starting quarterbacks from Jeremy Johnson to Sean White and haven’t committed to White moving forward as Auburn is on a bye week before playing next Thursday night at Kentucky. The offense has become one dimensional. Now it probably wouldn’t be if the quarterback play was better, but Williams hasn’t done his part either to help the offense.Last week, I asked Malzahn what was going with him and specifically questioned if Williams was engaged. Malzahn indicated the latter wasn’t a problem. He said Williams was facing double coverage early in the Mississippi State game, but said he had figure out a way to get him the ball.“There’s nothing that Duke’s doing wrong or he needs to do better,” Malzahn said.A week later, Williams is no longer at Auburn. As crazy as this sounds, it’s for the best for both.Auburn’s football ticket woes raise major questionslast_img read more

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first_img CEST Jose Mourinho has surprised many with quotes highlighting the quality of Leo Messi. The Portuguese coach came out with them ahead of Manchester United’s game against Burnley. A little while after he seemed to make peace with Pep Guardiola, whom he hugged at Old Trafford.  Upd. at 19:51 A quote that is more surprising when you consider the rivalry he had against Messi and Barcelona while coach of Chelsea and then Real Madrid. In a press conference Mourinho said: “Within five years, Messi will be 34. And we will all cry because he will be 34.”center_img Sport EN 28/10/2016 Time has showed that Mourinho prefers Messi to Ronaldo.last_img read more

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first_imgNorthwestern State’s Kellye Kincannon had back-to-back home runs in the second-inning to lead the Lady Demons to a 9-4 victory against in-state rival Louisiana Tech Wednesday evening. In other softball action, Nicholls used a five-run third inning to pull away from Southern as the Colonels claimed a 10-5 victory on the road. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi fell to Texas, Central Arkansas lost a shootout 12-8 to Oklahoma State while UTSA swept Houston Baptist in a doubleheader in non-conference action.  Northwestern State 9, Louisiana Tech 4RUSTON, La. – Back-to-back homers from Kellye Kincannon and a massive five-run second inning gave Northwestern State a 9-4 victory over in-state rival Louisiana Tech Wednesday evening at the Lady Techster Softball Complex. | Read MoreNicholls 10, Southern 5BATON ROUGE, La. – Nicholls used a five-run third inning to pull away from the Southern Lady Jaguars as the Colonels claimed a 10-5 victory on Wednesday night at Lady Jaguar Field. The win improves Nicholls’ record to 10-24 on the year, while Southern remains with only one win for the season (1-27). | Read MoreTexas 8, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 0AUSTIN, Texas – Texas scored three runs in the opening frame and five runs in the third to pick up an 8-0 victory over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. The Longhorns outhit the Islanders 11-2 in five innings at Red & Charline McCombs Field. | Read MoreOklahoma State 12, Central Arkansas 8STILLWATER, Okla. – Central Arkansas took a break from conference play on Wednesday, heading to Stillwater, Oklahoma to battle the Oklahoma State Cowgirls. The Bears and the Cowgirls had a back-and-forth battle, with the lead changing four times and the teams combining for 20 runs on 21 hits, with Oklahoma State picking up the 12-8 win. | Read MoreUTSA 10, Houston Baptist 6UTSA 12, Houston Baptist 4SAN ANTONIO, Texas – UTSA hit 11 home runs in two games en route to a doubleheader sweep past Houston Baptist, 10-6 and 12-6 in five innings, Wednesday evening from Roadrunner field. | Read Morelast_img read more

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first_imgThe N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles has surpassed the 100,000 milestone since the REAL ID debuted in May. The N.C. REAL ID is a new form of identification that meets new federal security requirements for boarding a commercial airplane or visiting a military base or other federal facility.“We are glad North Carolinians are getting ahead of the deadline,” DMV Commissioner Torre J. Jessup said. “Traveling by air will be much easier with a REAL ID when the Transportation Security Administration begins enforcing tougher identification requirements at the airport on Oct. 1, 2020.”The total number of REAL ID driver licenses and identification cards issued to-date is 106,074. Currently, REAL IDs account for 14 percent of all issuances.The N.C. REAL ID is just like a traditional North Carolina license or ID, but has a gold star endorsement at the top. The federal REAL ID Act established the requirements and the program is administered by the U.S. Department of Homeland SecurityDMV officials encourage residents to obtain a REAL ID when renewing their driver license or ID card. To make it more convenient when boarding, frequent flyers are recommended to apply for their REAL ID in advance of their next flight.Appointments for priority service can be scheduled for any driver license office by calling the DMV Customer Contact Center at 919-715-7000.To obtain their first REAL ID, residents must bring documents to a local driver license office to verify their:Identity & Date of BirthSocial Security numberResidenceLegal presenceWithout a REAL ID, travelers will have to provide additional identification to board a commercial flight and visit other federal facilities beginning in 2020. The required identification may vary. The complete list of verification documents is available at NCREALID.comlast_img read more

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first_imgGuide to Performing Bulk Email Verification Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… People in the U.S. now spend 40 minutes per day on Facebook, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on the company’s Q2 earnings call on Wednesday.He qualified that statement by saying people spend about nine hours total on digital media, mobile use and television included. But 40 minutes is still four percent of your waking hours.Some of that time spent might eventually turn into sending your friends money via Messenger, Facebook’s mobile messaging app. On the call, Zuckerberg said there will be “some overlap” between messaging and payments, but that likely won’t happen anytime soon. The social network recently hired David Marcus, former PayPal president, to become vice president of the company’s messaging products. See also: PayPal’s David Marcus Is Headed To FacebookZuckerberg said that people are now sending 12 billion messages each month.Other notable numbers from today’s earnings call include Facebook’s 1.32 billion monthly active users, an increase of 14% year-over-year, and its mobile monthly active users increased 31% year over year to 1.07 billion. Mobile advertising revenue accounted for 62% of the company’s overall ad revenue. Yes, a lot of people are still using Facebook, and advertisers like it. The company’s stock price was up almost four percent in after hours trading on Wednesday.Lead image courtesy of Maria Elena on Flickr The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Related Posts center_img selena larson Tags:#earnings#Facebook A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Auditlast_img read more

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first_imgadriana lee The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Related Posts Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech …center_img BlackBerry PassportBlackBerry’s newest smartphones will return to a major carrier’s stores at the end of this week. Starting February 20, AT&T will begin offering the company’s Passport and Classic on contract, as well as through installment plans.Despite efforts by carriers to wean consumers off phone subsidies, in the American market, cheap phones sold under contracts—or, more recently, on installment plans—are the bulk of the market. Faced with lackluster sales of its Q10 and Z10, BlackBerry basically sat out the most recent sales cycle, with no carrier offering subsidized sales. Getting back into AT&T’s good graces means it’s “go time” for BlackBerry’s latest phones. They’ve only been available at unsubsidized retail prices directly from BlackBerry and on stakes could be high for BlackBerry. Because if neither phone succeeds at this point, it’s not clear they ever will. A Duo Of BlackBerriesThe Passport is the closest thing BlackBerry has to a phablet, with a squared-off 4.5-inch display and a relatively long-lasting battery. The AT&T version trims a bit off the corners, making them rounder, though the rather funky QWERTY keyboard remains the same. See also: BlackBerry’s New Square Passport Is A Ticket To WeirdnessI found the Passport to be a strange device. It’s slightly larger than a terra-cotta tile, but thicker. The screen presents an odd viewing scenario, as most online videos do not naturally fit that square-ish shape. It also comes with an unconventionally laid-out keyboard that seems almost intentionally designed for typos. I had higher hopes for the Classic, which more closely resembles a traditional BlackBerry. The company sent me a unit to check out, and after using it for a few weeks, I found some highs and lows with the device. I was surprised at how much I missed the feeling of a physical keyboard. BlackBerry’s traditional QWERTY is a standout—even now, when it has few competitors left. Banging out messages felt oddly satisfying, since I could mash those keys without having to look at my fingers. BlackBerry ClassicThe downside: The space dedicated to the keyboard dictates a smaller touch display of 3.5 inches. Overall, the device itself feels slightly thicker and heavier than the old, lightweight BlackBerry phones of yore, like the Torch or Bold. See also: BlackBerry Launches The Classic, Its Best Hope Yet For SalvationBoth devices support BlackBerry messaging and offer Hub, the company’s take on a unified message center. It makes sense conceptually, but in practical application, the swirl of messages—from Facebook and Twitter to work email and personal texts—can feel a bit messy lumped in together. It doesn’t help that BlackBerry doesn’t always accurately track whether or not you’ve read them. The Passport and Classic manage to sidestep the matter of BlackBerry’s meager app selection. They do this by running Android apps in addition to BlackBerry apps, which greatly expands what they can do. But it’s not a perfect solution. The Android apps come courtesy of Amazon’s app store, not Google Play, which means some major apps—including several Google services—just aren’t available.Are They A Dynamic Duo? The Passport will only be available on AT&T as an exclusive. The phone will sell for $0 down at a range of installment options—from $21 to $32 depending on the AT&T Next plan. The two-year contract price will be $200, with off-contract pricing at $650. The Classic will cost less, going for $0 down and monthly payments of $14 to $21 on AT&T Next, or a contract price of just $50. Customers can also purchase the device from the carrier outright for $420. The Classic won’t be an AT&T-only gadget. Other carriers, including Verizon, have stated their intention to carry the device, though details have yet to emerge. BlackBerry’s best shot at success may lie with the Classic, whose attractive price point and terrific keyboard naturally sets it apart. But even if you can get over the tinier screen, the app selection and message handling still feels like a work in progress. Perhaps that’s what it was intended to be. Mobile World Congress, a big, annual industry event, will kick off in two weeks. BlackBerry is expected to reveal its next steps then. These could involve an evolution of sorts for whichever device has captured the public’s fancy (and dollars) more. Or, if it should face lagging sales, the company may decide to push its work-oriented initiatives—like that still-fresh partnership with Samsung over Android security. Either way, this may be a make-or-break moment for the company, and what happens in the next few weeks could determine its path for the foreseeable future. Photos courtesy of BlackBerry Tags:#BlackBerry#BlackBerry Classic#BlackBerry Passport#mobile#smartphone Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaceslast_img read more

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first_imgEthel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Philadelphia 76ers’ Joel Embiid (21) beats Boston Celtics’ Jaylen Brown (7) to the ball during the fourth quarter of an NBA basketball game in Boston, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)BOSTON — Joel Embiid is headed to the NBA All-Star game for the first time, and he celebrated with another impressive performance.Embiid scored 26 points and matched a career best with 16 rebounds, leading the 76ers to an 89-80 win over the Boston Celtics on Thursday night.ADVERTISEMENT Marcus Smart scored 13 and Jaylen Brown had 12 points for Boston.Embiid scored 10 in the third quarter and McConnell had nine points in the period, helping the Sixers pull away. Jayson Tatum’s 3-pointer with 2:01 remaining trimmed Philadelphia’s lead to 86-79, but Boston’s rally fizzled from there.PLAYOFFS?Halfway through the season, much-improved Philadelphia (21-20) is in playoff contention. The Sixers are coming off wins against the top two teams in the Eastern Conference this week in Toronto (30-13) and Boston (34-12).“We feel like we’re right there with them,” Embiid said. “I don’t know what seed we’re going to be, but that’s a potential matchup in the playoffs, so you always want to come out and like try to dominate, let them know that it’s not going to be easy.”ALL-STAR INDEEDEmbiid pulled down 16 rebounds for the third time in his career. He got the news earlier Thursday that he was the first Philadelphia player selected as an All-Star starter since Allen Iverson in the 2010-2011 season. Embiid is the first Sixers All-Star since Jrue Holiday in 2013.“I’m just very proud of him,” coach Brett Brown said.TIP-INS76ers: McConnell was coming off a career-high 18 points Monday against Toronto. … JJ Redick, who injured his left leg Monday against Toronto, did not play.Celtics: Irving made the All-Star game for the fifth time. … The Celtics honored Jo Jo White, a two-time NBA champion who played 10 seasons for Boston, with a video tribute and a No. 10 draped over his regular seat. White died Tuesday at age 71.UP NEXT76ers: Host Milwaukee on Saturday night. Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Dario Saric scored 16 for Philadelphia, which won for the sixth time in seven games. T.J. McConnell had 15 points — all in the second half.Just one week after Boston erased a 22-point deficit on its way to a 114-103 victory over Philadelphia in London, the Sixers led by as many as 21 and turned away one last rally by the Celtics down the stretch.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games openingSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hosting“We knew that it was going to be the same team. It wasn’t going to be any new plays,” Embiid said. “We were just physical. Last time they played us when they had that comeback, they were more physical than us. So tonight I think we were more physical than them.”Boston played without All-Star guard Kyrie Irving, who rested a sore left shoulder. Al Horford and Marcus Morris each scored 14 points. ‘We cannot afford to fail’ as SEA Games host – Duterte Celtics: Host Orlando on Sunday.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES BeautyMNL open its first mall pop-up packed with freebies, discounts, and other exclusives PH military to look into China’s possible security threat to power grid ‘A complete lie:’ Drilon refutes ‘blabbermouth’ Salo’s claims View comments Strugglesville: Cavs blow big lead, end Magic SEA Games: PH still winless in netball after loss to Thais After winning seven in a row, Boston has lost two straight.“I don’t want to take anything away from Philadelphia,” Boston coach Brad Stevens said. “They certainly made us look poor. If you’re not going to own your own space, then you’re going to turn the ball over.”The Celtics had no answer for Embiid, who was 10 for 19 from the floor and 6 of 7 at the foul line. He also had six assists and blocked two shots.The Sixers forced 19 turnovers and outrebounded the Celtics 41-31 while avoiding a season sweep.“It’s been a trend for us the last two games. For whatever reason, we’ve been sloppy on offense,” Horford said. “Other teams are putting pressure on us and speeding us up a little bit and we’re not handling it too well.”ADVERTISEMENT Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim Jordan delivers on promise: 2 Cobra choppers now in PH Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READlast_img read more

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