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Daily Archives: 2nd February 2018

This Thing Keeps Happening Where NBA Players Move In Sync With Each Other And It’s Really Freaky Looking

[unable to retrieve full-text content] So, is the NBA a simulation, or…? In recent years, people have noticed NBA players moving in perfect synchrony. For example, look at the Phoenix Suns taking off running at the exact same time. <img src="http://globalsportscentre.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/anigif_sub-buzz-6363-1516141541-11.gif" width="480" height="270" alt="In recent years, people have noticed NBA players moving in perfect synchrony. For example, look at the ...

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3 reasons why players guarantee Super Bowl wins

Another NFL player guaranteed a Super Bowl victory Friday – against the New England Patriots, of all teams. Related – Jeffery affirms SB guarantee: ‘We’re bringing that trophy back to Philly’ Every time an athlete like Alshon Jeffery makes one of these guarantees, fans are puzzled. Why would you give the other … NFL | theScore

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Clark: MLBPA will continue to defend free agency against any attack

Amid increasing furor from players and their agents over baseball’s unmoving free-agent market, Tony Clark, the MLBPA’s beleaguered executive director, reaffirmed in a statement Friday his commitment to defending free agency, the “cornerstone of baseball’s economic system,” against any attack. “For decades free agency has been the cornerstone of baseball’s economic system and has benefited Players and the game alike,” ...

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THE ROLE OF CLEAN MOBILITY FOR A STRONG ECONOMY DISCUSSED AT FIA SMART CITIES FORUM IN SANTIAGO DE CHILE

THE ROLE OF CLEAN MOBILITY FOR A STRONG ECONOMY DISCUSSED AT FIA SMART CITIES FORUM IN SANTIAGO DE CHILE On 2 February, Jean Todt, FIA President, Claudio Orrego, Governor of the Metropolitan Region of Santiago, Juan Espadas Cejas, Mayor of Seville, Alejandro Quintana Hurtado, President of Automóvil Club de Chile and Alejandro Agag, CEO of Formula E Holdings, opened the ...

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Sabres' Johan Larsson suspended 2 games for cross-check

The NHL has suspended Buffalo Sabres forward Johan Larsson two games for cross-checking Florida Panthers forward Vincent Trocheck in the face. The league’s department of player safety issued the ruling after conducting a hearing with Larsson on Friday, a day after Buffalo’s 4-2 loss to the Panthers. Larsson was already facing a one-game suspension after being issued a 10-minute match ...

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Who we'd vote for Hall of Fame: 45 NFL analysts pick their Class of 2018

7:30 AM ET We asked 45 of our NFL analysts — reporters, editors and former players — which top five modern-era finalists they would vote into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. What we ended up with is our edition of the Class of 2018. Here are the five we would elect, with descriptions from NFL Nation reporter Jeff Legwold. ...

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