Bam Adebayo Dominates for Heat in Game 3 Win Over Celtics

Bam Adebayo Dominates for Heat in Game 3 Win Over Celtics

In an Eastern Conference finals that’s been marred by key absences (Marcus Smart, Kyle Lowry, Al Horford, Rob Williams III, and now, maybe, Jimmy Butler), dramatic returns to the floor and all the unpredictability that’s lied in between, healthy stars showcasing their own brilliance somehow matters more than it already would. For Miami, in Game … Read more

Latest advancements in TB science in spotlight

Latest advancements in TB science in spotlight

Latest advancements in TB science in spotlight Important game-changing scientific advancements in preventing and treating TB (TB or tuberculosis, is among the deadliest infectious diseases globally), were in the spotlight at the recently concluded International Conference on Retroviruses and other Opportunistic Infections (CROI 2022). If we look at the pace at which new better tools … Read more

Inflation is rising, but fans are paying for NBA, NFL, other sports tickets

Inflation is rising, but fans are paying for NBA, NFL, other sports tickets

People are changing their spending habits as prices surge at rates not seen in four decades, making choices that favor experiences. That means great demand for live sports. Demand for sports attendance is usually “unresponsive to price changes,” said Dennis Coates, a sports economics professor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. “Good times, bad … Read more

Sports offer opportunities to bring people together, but initiatives to change team names, traditions still often resisted: Chris Knoester

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The change from Cleveland “Indians” to “Guardians” —after phasing out Chief Wahoo– reflect some changes in sport practices in response to anti-racist initiatives. Name changes, and modifications to seemingly racist symbols and rituals, have been responses to longtime activist efforts, building pressures, and expressed awareness of institutionalized racism. Yet, some believe such … Read more

What did ancient Egypt’s pharaohs stash inside the pyramids?

When British archaeologist Howard Carter cracked open King Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922, he reported seeing “wonderful things.” Tut’s tomb was filled with extraordinary treasures, including the golden death mask of Tutankhamun, a golden throne and even gold sandals. But did all royal tombs in ancient Egypt have such plush grave goods? The answer is no. … Read more

Varsity lacrosse playoffs kick off in Watertown

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) – The Section 3 Boys’ Lacrosse playoffs kicked off Saturday with 5 Frontier League teams in action. Only one of those games took place locally as the Watertown Cyclones hosted Central Square in the Class B Quarterfinals. The Cyclones would jump out to a 6-1 lead after 1 quarter and continued … Read more

Feeding the world was made possible by genetic science – we cannot stop now

W hen the Ethiopian famine finally ended in 1985, with a million people dead, nobody expected it to be the last great famine for more than three decades. In defiance of almost all predictions, mass famine has almost entirely vanished from the face of the earth as a cause of death, North Korea excepted. In … Read more

Marshall sports: Sun Belt likely to keep division format despite rule change | Marshall University

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