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2021年10月8日 Off

Brian Urlacher cites Brett Favre's 2003 MNF performance in flawed criticism of NBA player boycott

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  • Night net Bears American Football Former Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher on Thursday criticized NBA players' decision to boycott their respective playoff games in protest of the Jacob Blake shooting that occurred in Kenosha, Wis., on Sunday.In an Instagram story, the 13-year Night net linebacker juxtaposed NBA players' boycott to Brett Favre after the latter played on Monday Night Football in 2003 following the death of his father. He also suggested the players' motive for boycotting was unworthy because Blake — who was shot seven times in the back by police while attempting to enter his SUV — was "reaching for a knife" and "wanted on a felony sexual assault warrant." Brian Urlacher calls out NBA players pic.twitter.com/JNAkngSq5b— NBA Central (@TheNBACentral) August 27, 2020MORE: NBA players to end boycott, resume playoffsPer Politifact, Blake had an active arrest warrant for third-degree sexual assault related to an alleged incident of domestic abuse on May 3. The criminal complaint was filed July 6. Per CNN, the Wisconsin Department of Justice on We夜网论坛dnesday also claimed that Blake "admitted" to having a knife in the driver's side floorboard of his SUV. What Urlacher's criticism fails to address is that NBA players' reason for boyco[......]

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    2021年10月6日 Off

    ALDS 2013: Detroit's Verlander proves again he's one of baseball's best with outstanding Game 5

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  • This was not simply a case of Justin Verlander pitching against the Oakland A's. He was pitching his way into history.Verlander did not throw the third no-hitter in postseason history, and the third no-hitter of his career, on Thursday night -- Yoenis Cespedes broke up that bid with a single with two outs in the seventh inning -- but with eight innings of two-hit ball in the Detroit Tigers' 3-0 victory to win the decisive Game 5 of the American League division series, Verlander furthered his reputation as the money pitcher of his generation. -- Box | Play by play | ALCS schedule | Near no-hitter | Sox SS coming of ageIt has taken some time. In his first eight career playoff starts, Verlander was 3-3 with a 5.57 ERA. In his last six, including two winner-take-all games on the road in Oakland, the righthander has gone 4-1 with a 1.45 ERA and 50 strikeouts in 43.1 innings. The one loss that Verlander suffered was in last year's World Series, where he is 0-3 in his career, having also lost two games in 2006. That is the one place, and it is a big one, where Verlander still has work to do to cement his reputation. Getting back there this year will require the Tigers knocking off the Boston Red Sox and their juggernaut lineup in the American League Championship Series. But it is thanks to Verlander that the Tigers have that chance."That's the motivation I know we've been looking for, and that we've had all year," Verlander told TBS' David Aldridge on the field in Oaklan[......]

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