Bleacher Report
9 minutes
LaVar Ball took the time to reference his own critics when addressing his Big Ballers AAU team following a Sunday victory. "You got people calling me names and acting crazy on me," he said when talking to a player who committed a retaliatory foul, per Josh Peter of USA Today . "I could easily snap and choke the hell out of them. But I don't, because I know what comes with that. You know what I'm saying?" Peter passed along Ball's comments after his team beat the Bluechip Nation of Arizona, 88-85: This article will be updated to provide more information on this story as it becomes available. Get the best sports content from the web and social in the new B/R app . Get the app and get the game.
Hackaday
36 minutes
[EvilTim] dug deep into a classic system to finally give the Game Gear a proper video output . The Game Gear was Sega's answer to Nintendo's Gameboy. Rushed to market, the Game Gear reused much of the hardware from the very popular Master System Console. The hardware wasn't quite identical though especially the cartridge slot. You couldn't play Game Gear games on a Master System, and the game gear lacked an AV output, which meant gamers were stuck playing on a small fluorescent backlit LCD screen. [EvilTim] wanted to play some of those retro titles on a regular TV using the original hardware. To accomplish this he had to start digging into the signals driving the Game Gear's LCD . The Master System lineage was immediately apparent, as Game Gear's LCD drive signals were similar in timing to those used to drive a TV. There was even a composite sync signal, which was unused on in the Game Gear.
Channel 4
an hour
Rose just continuing to do a solid job here of making Arnfield miss. Trying to work the counters, and Arnfield staying with his game plan as well
Herald Courier
an hour
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) -- Gavin Collins hit a solo home run in the top of the ninth inning to lead the Lake County Captains to a 2-1 win over the Bowling Green Hot Rods in the second game of...
The Sun Daily - Sport
an hour
TEGUCIGALPA: A stampede left at least four dead and 15 wounded at an overcrowded Honduran stadium hosting a championship football match on Sunday, police said. Hundreds of fans hoping to see the sold-out match tried to force their way into a gate at the 35,000-seat National Stadium in the capital Tegucigalpa, said hospital spokesman Miguel Osorio. Police fired tear gas and water cannon at the crowd, he said. The fatalities were people who were trampled to death in the crush fleeing the police response, Osorio said. Two died at the stadium as the game was getting under way, and two later at the hospital, he added. It happened before the Honduran league championship game between Motagua and Honduras Progreso. The stadium was packed beyond its seating capacity because too many tickets were sold for the season-ending game, police spokesman Luis Barahona said. — AFP
Bournemouth Daily Echo - Sport
an hour
Channel 4
an hour
Respect. Final seconds of the sixth and final round in the fight between Manny Robles and Antonio Martinez. BELL RINGS They go the distance. Martinez very game
Channel 4
an hour
Leading the fifth. Upstairs, downstairs. I think Thomas Taylor needs to look at this. He's looking right at Martinez, whose head was snapped back couple of times here late in the round. Martinez is game, a lot of heart from the fighter..
Yorkshire Post - Sports
2 hours
IT comes to something when Steve Patterson cannot get a regular game for the Yorkshire first team.
Bleacher Report
2 hours
The Chicago Cubs started the 2016 season with a sparkling 25-6 record before ultimately overcoming 108 years of frustration with a World Series title. This year's version has the 25 in the win column but an uglier 24 in the loss column. "Please, go ahead and freak out," Cubs manager Joe Maddon said when asked about fans' concerns with his team's slower start, per Jesse Rogers of ESPN.com. "If you want to freak out, freak out." Rogers noted Maddon was trying to emphasize there is no panic in the clubhouse even if the Chicago faithful are feeling uneasy after the team's three-game sweep at the hands of the Los Angeles Dodgers . Reigning National League MVP Kris Bryant didn't seem particularly concerned with the team's place in the standings on May 28, either, per Rogers: "I don't see any reason to worry, especially given what we did last year. There is no need to worry.
Herald Courier
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ABC News - New South Wales
2 hours
TYT YouTube
3 hours
Herald Courier
3 hours
The Sun Daily
3 hours
We do have space for them as well as the land for them to come and set up, he said adding that TPM will be able to offer such rates due to the model it operates on. According to Shahazman, there is still a shortage of local talents, hence it is vital to create more successful homegrown companies in order for talents to flourish. “We want to create more successes amongst companies. When they are successful, they will be employers. That is the game we are playing. Contributions to the economy will come as more and more companies in TPM are successful,” he said. Some of the companies which have benefited from the programme are upstream oil and gas products designer MIT Technologies Sdn Bhd; energy efficient LED bulb solution provider Callotec Sdn Bhd and GeneNews Diagnostics, a creater of Colonsentry, a colon cancer detector. So far there are 108 incubation centres in the country which are still active out of the initial 132. Eight are dormant and the remaining closed.
The Washington Times - Basketball
3 hours
UNCASVILLE, Conn. (AP) - The Minnesota Lynx just keep rolling in May. Ever since drafting Maya Moore in 2011, the Lynx haven't lost a game in the month, winning 22 straight, including an 82-68 victory over the Connecticut Sun on Friday night. "Starting with our head coach down through the ...
ITV
3 hours
Brilliant. Absolutely grand. He knows he can fight another day, he's got a car quick enough. He's now giving him a real workout. Behind the quartet we've got a 15-year-old, Luff, who's bringing his game on, trying to hunt down this quality quartet
Mashable
3 hours
New rule: From now on, all sporting events must begin with an official bringing the game ball to the referee via the magic of drone-style hoverboard vehicles. That can be the only conclusion after watching the absolutely insane demonstration recorded at the Portuguese Cup Final on Sunday, which started with a man riding on air, Green Goblin style , and landing delicately in front of a ref to deliver the game's soccer ball. It was flawless. It was weird. It was what every sports event with a ball should have from this very moment on. Read more... More about Sports , Soccer , Drones , Hoverboard , and Entertainment
Mashable
3 hours
New rule: From now on, all sporting events must begin with an official bringing the game ball to the referee via the magic of drone-style hoverboard vehicles. That can be the only conclusion after watching the absolutely insane demonstration recorded at the Portuguese Cup Final on Sunday, which started with a man riding on air, Green Goblin style , and landing delicately in front of a ref to deliver the game's soccer ball. It was flawless. It was weird. It was what every sports event with a ball should have from this very moment on. Read more... More about Sports , Soccer , Drones , Hoverboard , and Entertainment
Herald Courier
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ZDNet News
4 hours
Herald Courier
4 hours
BBC News 24
5 hours
really care what the rest of Europe thinks all make they do not matter all make his playing a dangerous game? He always plays a dangerous game. Never underestimate his lack of knowledge or.
USA Today - Top Stories
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