Παρασκευή, 14 Φεβρουαρίου 2020

23 Parenting Tweets That Are Making My Sides Hurt From Laughing So Hard

"Parenthood has made me so tired that even in my sex dreams, I'm asleep."


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32 Hilarious Tweets From Valentine's Day 2020 That Went Viral

Love it or hate it, these are funny.


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16 Things You Should Know Before Visiting An Onsen In Japan

It's WAY more complicated than you think.


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12 Celebrity #TBT Photos That Were Shared With Us This Week

Jennifer Aniston welcoming Matthew Perry on Insta with a photo of the two of them in the '90s kicks off this week's #ThrowbackThursday!


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This Quiz Will Determine Which Jonas Sister You're Most Like

Priyanka Chopra, Sophie Turner, or Danielle Jonas?


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Lakers, Bucks NBA Title Favorites Heading into All-Star Weekend

February 14, 2020 at 03:02AM

The Lakers enter All-Star Weekend as the favorite to win this year's NBA title.

Despite having the NBA's best record and being on pace to become just the third team in NBA history to win at least 70 games in a regular season, the 46-8 Milwaukee Bucks are not the title favorites heading into the All-Star break. That honor currently belongs to the Los Angeles Lakers. 

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41-12 Lakers are +180 to win the title at Caesars Sportsbook, followed by the Bucks at +275. The Clippers are +325 and have the third-best title odds. 

ESPN's David Purdum notes that more than twice as much money has been bet on the Lakers to win the 2019-20 NBA championship than any other team at Caesars Sportsbook in Nevada.

The Rockets have the fourth-best odds, according to Caesars, and the Raptors, Celtics, Heat and Nuggets are all 20-1 bets to win the title.

While Zion Williamson opened the season as the clear favorite to win the Rookie of the Year award, Grizzlies star guard Ja Morant is now the favorite to take home that prize. 

Morant flourished throughout his first 48 career NBA games, averaging 17.6 points and 7.1 assists per contest. Memphis enters the All-Star break at 28-26, good enough for No. 8 in the West.

Williamson has looked every bit as good as advertised thus far, but he's appeared in just nine games.

All-Star Weekend takes place between Feb. 14-16 in Chicago. Friday will feature the Rising Stars game with tipoff set for 9 p.m. ET. All-Star Saturday Night begins at 8 p.m. ET. Sunday's All-Star game starts at 8 p.m. ET.

Coyotes try to rediscover winning recipe in Ottawa

February 14, 2020 at 02:30AM

The Arizona Coyotes appeared to be on the fast track toward earning their first postseason berth since the 2011-12 season before stumbling over the last month.

The Coyotes have lost 11 of their last 14 contests overall (3-7-4) and seven of eight on the road (1-6-1) heading into the finale of their four-game East Coast trek against the Ottawa Senators on Thursday.

Defenseman Jakob Chychrun appeared to have given Arizona back-to-back victories at 1:30 into overtime on Tuesday, however his goal was overturned for goaltender interference on Derek Stepan.

The penalty proved costly, as Toronto scored on a partial breakaway later in the session to complete a 3-2 victory.

"I don't know, there's nothing to (say). ... They made the call, we live with it, that's what it is," Coyotes coach Rick Tocchet told reporters.

Christian Dvorak scored his sixth goal in 10 games on Tuesday and Chychrun had an assist to extend his point streak to five games (two goals, three assists).

"I thought we played a pretty solid game for the most part, it was a tough bounce there at the end," the 24-year-old Dvorak said. "It would have been nice to get that extra point. I think we're playing a lot better now (in the past two games) than a few games ago so I think it's a good sign but there's not too many moral victories around here at this time of year."

Conor Garland, who leads the team with 19 goals, scored what proved to be the game-winning tally midway into the second period in Arizona's 5-2 victory over Ottawa on Oct. 19. Garland wasn't done, however, as he provided insurance by setting up Carl Soderberg's power-play goal early in the third period.

The slumping Senators dropped a 3-0 decision to Colorado on Tuesday, marking their sixth straight loss (0-4-2) and 16th in their last 18 contests (2-9-7).

Anthony Duclair, who shares the team lead in goals with Jean-Gabriel Pageau (21), has struggled mightily in that stretch. The 24-year-old Duclair is mired in an 18-game goal drought entering the opener of Ottawa's six-game homestand.

Nick Paul appeared to solve Philipp Grubauer late in the second period after Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog's hit knocked both the Ottawa forward and the loose puck into the net. Off-ice officials in Toronto ruled that it wasn't a goal, however.

"I disagree for sure," Senators coach D.J. Smith said. "But I'm not (a referee), so it is what it is. They've got a tough job and that's the call they made."

Paul took issue with the decision, and his colorful language brought about a momentum-killing unsportsmanlike conduct penalty.

"Dumb penalty there, it's on me," the 24-year-old Paul said, per the Ottawa Sun. "I lost my cool a little bit, but other than that, I felt like my feet were moving. I was getting in front, laying the body, trying to create turnovers and I felt good."

Senators defenseman Mark Borowiecki is expected to return to the ice on Thursday. Borowiecki and his wife Tara welcomed their first child, son Miles, into the world on Sunday.

--Field Level Media

31 Pictures Of Celebrities 10 Years Ago That Will Make You Say “How Was That Even A Real Time That Existed?”


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We Finally Have A Look At Robert Pattinson As Batman And It's So Cool

The camera test we've all been waiting for!


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These 10 Trivia Questions Will Separate Millennial Cuspers From The True Gen Z'ers

Pay attention. It's harder than it looks!


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Brooks Koepka Still Finding His Footing in 2020

February 14, 2020 at 02:21AM

The world No. 2 is playing in his first PGA Tour event since October 2019

It’s been almost four months since Brooks Koepka has played on the PGA Tour—115 days to be exact.

After a Fall spent rehabbing his injured left knee, Koepka made his 2020 Tour debut on Thursday, though not many people are talking about it. Has there ever been a more talented, highly ranked, dominant player that simply gets overlooked?

It’s nothing new when it comes to Koepka. He’s been playing the under-appreciated chip-on-his-shoulder card all the way to four major titles, and after a two-week tune-up in the Middle East, the world No. 2, teed it up on U.S. soil for the first time since Oct. 7.

Koepka shot a ho-hum 2-under par 69 in round one of the Genesis Invitational, though he says the number was better than he actually played.

“I thought I hit it pretty poorly today,” Koepka said on Thursday afternoon

“Short game wasn't very good and didn't strike the ball well. I hit it great in the Middle East, kind of disappointed with how I showed up this week hitting it.”

With each of the top five players in the world and nine of the top 10 in the field, this week’s event has created a ton buzz. But while Tiger Woods looks to break the PGA Tour’s all-time wins record, and Rory McIlroy tries for his first win since being crowned the new No. 1 player in the world, Koepka is simply attempting to get his feet under him. It’s something he says could take some time.

“Sometimes it doesn't come right away, it just takes a few rounds,” Koepka said.

“I was only 10 days in when we started in the Middle East, so it wasn't like there was a lot of time, but I mean, I hit it great, I just needed to kind of play more and really get back on the greens and really understand what pace and line, all those things.

“I mean, you can practice it all you want, but at the same time, when the gun goes off, everything's a little different."

The gun has officially gone off for Koepka in 2020. He’s 5 shots off the lead, tied for 22 and, lurking on the leaderboard, and as usual, no one is talking about him.

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«Η χώρα έχει πλέον τον δικό της εθνικό μηχανισμό διαχείρισης κρίσεων και αντιμετώπισης κινδύνων» - Zougla

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Commission: Charlo's bottle filled only with water

The contents of a squeezable bottle in Jermell Charlo's corner during his knockout of Tony Harrison in December was determined by the California sports commission to be water in response to Harrison's protest.

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