Top plays from Orlando Magic vs. Dallas Mavericks, 03/01/2021
Top plays from Orlando Magic vs. Dallas Mavericks, 03/01/2021
Seoul Semiconductor ranked top 3 in the global LED market of 2020 with its 2nd generation LED patented technology according to Omdia report.
DENVER — Nikola Jokic had 17 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds for his 15th triple-double of the season to lead the Denver Nuggets over the Miami Heat 123-106 on Wednesday night. Michael Porter Jr. added 25 points and 10 rebounds for the Nuggets. Six Denver players scored in double figures in the team's first game without Jamal Murray, who is out for the rest of the season. Murray was hurt in the final minute of Monday’s loss at Golden State when he planted his left foot to go up for a layup. An MRI confirmed an ACL tear and dealt Denver’s title hopes a serious blow. “Jamal’s devastated, understandably so,” coach Michael Malone said before the game. “I think the team is also a little. We understand the importance of Jamal Murray. We’re a better team when Jamal’s healthy.” Jimmy Butler had 13 points and nine assists for the Heat a night after he rolled his right ankle in a loss at Phoenix. Bam Adebayo led Miami with 21 points and Kendrick Nunn added 16 points. The Nuggets led by 11 at halftime and stretched it to 15 late in the third quarter. JaMychal Green and P.J. Dozier made 3-pointers early in the fourth to open up a 20-point lead. Green finished with 17 points, Aaron Gordon added 16 points and Dozier scored 15. TIP-INS Heat: G Goran Dragic was unavailable so he could rest with Miami playing on consecutive nights. “This situation is just something we want to monitor and be smart about,” coach Erik Spoelstra said before the game. “He’s feeling great. Our schedule is pretty busy, and we think this will help.” ... G Victor Oladipo (right knee soreness) is not on the road trip. Nuggets: G Shaquille Harrison was inactive for the fourth straight game due to health and safety protocols. ... Denver is 10-2 in its last 12 home games after starting the season 9-8 at Ball Arena. WEIGHING THE OPTIONS Malone was asked before the game about the possibility the team will sign guard Austin Rivers to a 10-day contract. Malone said it will be difficult to integrate a new player with just 17 games left in the regular season. “There’s not a lot of practice time, because it seems like we play every day, every other day,” he said. “It makes it challenging to bring anybody in at this point.” UP NEXT Heat: At Minnesota on Friday to wrap up a four-game trip. The Timberwolves have won four straight over Miami. Nuggets: At Houston on Friday. — More AP NBA: https://apnews.com/hub/NBA and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Michael Kelly, The Associated Press
AppLovin Corporation ("AppLovin"), a global technology platform that provides developers a unified set of tools to grow their business, today announced the pricing of its initial public offering of 25,000,000 shares of its Class A common stock at a price of $80.00 per share. AppLovin is offering 22,500,000 shares of its Class A common stock and KKR Denali Holdings L.P. is offering 2,500,000 shares of Class A common stock. In connection with the offering, the underwriters will have a 30-day option to purchase up to an additional 3,750,000 shares from KKR Denali Holdings L.P. AppLovin will not receive any proceeds from the sale of shares by KKR Denali Holdings L.P. AppLovin’s Class A common stock is expected to begin trading on the Nasdaq Global Select Market on April 15, 2021 under the symbol "APP" and the offering is expected to close on April 19, 2021, subject to customary closing conditions.
A correction from source is issued for the news release disseminated on April 14th, 2021. The news release has been amended for the inclusion of an agreement with Octagon Media Corp./Wall Street Reporter and an option grant. The corrected release follows:Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - April 15, 2021) - Vinergy Capital Inc. (CSE: VIN) (OTCQB: VNNYF) (FSE: 1V70) (the "Company" or "Vinergy") is pleased to announce, further to its news release of April ...
Traditionally in Academy Award-nominated movies, disabled people appear only when an actor seeking an Oscar-worthy role plays one on screen.
Legislation to create a commission to study slavery reparations for Black Americans will make its way to the full House for the first time.
David Cameron will respond "positively" to any request to give evidence to inquiries into the Greensill affair, according to his spokesman. MPs are to further probe government links to the collapsed financial firm on Thursday when the chairman of watchdog the Advisory Committee on Business Appointments (Acoba) gives evidence. Lord Pickles' committee revealed how former government chief commercial officer Bill Crothers worked as a part-time adviser at Greensill Capital for the last three months he was in Whitehall.
There’s only one artist who knows the songs, the music, the instruments and traditional attires of the Tarao people, and if this lone artist is gone, everything Tarao will disappear, says Akhu.
Cambodia’s leader ordered a strict stay-at-home two-week lockdown in the capital Phnom Penh starting Thursday to slow a surge in coronavirus cases, warning “we will die unless we act responsibly.” With the vaccination campaign still at an early stage, the Health Ministry reported 178 news cases on Wednesday, including 145 plus two deaths in Phnom Penh. Cambodia has so far confirmed 4,874 cases and 35 deaths.
Paradise cost: high prices and strict rules deflate Palau-Taiwan travel bubble. Taiwan eases restrictions on travellers after bookings fall into single digits and flight is cancelled
The Biden administration may place sanctions on more than 30 Russian entities as soon as Thursday.
Due to the COVID situation, CISCE will take a decision regarding ICSE (Class 10) and ISC (Class 12) exams
To meet the requirement of skills, Indian Institutes of skills are being set up in three big metropolitans of the country, informed PM
Concerns about government lobbying and civil servants with second jobs head up an assortment of stories on the Thursday front pages.
Michael Porter Jr. (Denver Nuggets) with a buzzer beater vs the Miami Heat, 04/14/2021
Aaron Gordon (Denver Nuggets) with a dunk vs the Miami Heat, 04/14/2021
A fourth night of protests was underway in Minnesota and throughout the nation Wednesday over the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright by police.
PJ Dozier (Denver Nuggets) with a deep 3 vs the Miami Heat, 04/14/2021
JaMychal Green (Denver Nuggets) with an and one vs the Miami Heat, 04/14/2021
Trevor Ariza (Miami Heat) with a buzzer beater vs the Denver Nuggets, 04/14/2021