Facies and depositional processes in an Upper Jurassic to Lower Cretaceous pelagic sedimentary sequence, Antarctica

first_imgThe Nordenskjöld Formation (?Oxfordian-Berriasian age) is exposed on the east coast of the Antarctic Peninsula, where it consists of interbedded ash layers and biosiliceous mudstones which accumulated under anaerobic to dysaerobic bottom waters. The mudstones were deposited by pelagic settling and the ash layers by pelagic settling from suspension or as fallout from subaerial eruption columns. The lower part of the succession accumulated in a basinal setting under anaerobic bottom waters and is characterized by parallel bedding. Mudstones deposited in this setting preserve abundant zooplankton faecel pellets. Compaction of these pellets has given rise to a bedding parallel fissility. The upper part of the succession accumulated under dysaerobic bottom waters in a slope setting. The sequence is wavy bedded and contains abundant evidence of post-depositional sediment instability and resedimentation, much of which was caused by tectonic activity. Discrete slide masses are absent from the slope sequence and it appears that slope processes were dominated by creep. Examination of the mudstones shows that as levels of dissolved oxygen in bottom waters increase, pelleted mudstones give way to structureless mudstones before visible bioturbation is noted.last_img read more

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Raptors spoil home coming of Kid Canada

first_imgBy Bruce Fuhr, TND SportsOnly in Vancouver, with hockey starved fans awaiting the puck to drop on the new NHL season Saturday, would a hockey game break out at a NBA preseason basketball game – with fights both on the court and in the stands.On Captain Canada’s home coming at the newly crowned Rogers Arena, the Toronto Raptors out-slugged, out-hussled and simply embarrassed the Phoenix Suns 127-78 in NBA exhibition play before a sellout crowd of, well, hungry hockey fans.The game was the first test of the new-look Raptors.No Chris Boch. He left T.O. for greener pastures in South Florida to play with King James and D-Wade.Hedo Turkoglu? He was on the other team’s bench. Good thing, he was booed every time the ball touched his hands by the Canuck . . . I mean Raptor fans.This night belonged to the new-look Raptors, stealing the thunder of B.C. boy Steve Nash. Kid Canada was limited to nine points in just over two quarters of play.Sparked by the all-round team play, and the 20-point performance of Lina Kleiza, the Raptors looked like mid-season form in their season-opening exhibition game.Even the Vancouver Canucks players sitting in the front row had to be impressed with the knock-them-down-drag-em-out contest.DeMar DeRozen added 16 points while Joey Dorsey had 13 points and 10 rebounds.But while this game lacked strong basketball play, it did have more in the way of a hockey game. Player after player made way to the locker room to patch up gashes to the face.Suns’ forward Grant Hill and Reggie Evans of the Raptors were both ejected after picking up two technical fouls in the span of two minutes early in the third quarter.Suns center Robin Lopez, after requiring stitches in the second quarter, was quickly sent to the showers in the third period after picking up four fouls, and a technical.Both teams experienced poor shooting performances so the bulk of the work was done in the trenches under the boards, with the Raptors winning out at both ends following a slow start offensively.DeRosan and Dorsey both put the crowd on their feet with a pair of thunder jams in the face of Suns’ defenders.All in all this was a good night for Canada.Fans got treated to some NBA entertainment.The people in the seats got to salute the Canuck players when the left early to beat the traffic.Except most fans came to watch Kid Canada, Victoria’s Steve Nash and not Canada’s new NBA basketball team from [email protected]last_img read more

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Testing soil solution to gain insights into the 4Rs

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest In terms of the Right Rate component of the 4Rs, the folks at AgroLiquid are taking a novel approach to finding it through research and unique method of monitoring the fertility in the liquid between the soil particles.Using a series of syringes attached to tubing placed at varying depths beneath the soil, the soil solution underground can be carefully extracted. The nutrient levels in the solution can then be compared to nutrient application rates to get a handle on what the plants are using and what is being lost.“We have developed this method of how to test nutrients in soil solutions to see how much is lost. What we are doing has the potential to change how the industry approaches fertility and the loss of nutrients,” said Nick Bancroft, vice president of AgroLiquid. “We test the nutrient solution to see what nutrients are moving in the soil and compare that to what was applied and see what amount was used and what amount was lost. You can figure the math backwards. This lets us compare products in terms of optimal yield and minimal nutrient loss, which is really what everyone is after.”This unique soil testing method uses micro-lysimeters made of micro-porous hydrophilic Teflon. This enables an improved suction of soil solution to measure plant usable nutrientsZouheir Massri, with AgroLiquid, stands with a display that shows how the soil solution sampling method works. dissolved in the soil solution.To test advantages of using phosphorus encapsulated by Falvonol Polymer Technology preventing fixation with soil cations, for example, hydrophilic lysimeters were installed horizontally in solid soil at 10 centimeters and 20 centimeters beneath soil surface (below the corn seed and phosphorus placed in furrow at five centimeters deep). The lysimeters were connected to a transparent PVC tube at the soil surface and extended with a flexible piece of PVC tubing for easy connection-disconnection with 30-milliliter vacuum polycarbonate syringes for suction of the soil solution and measurement of dissolved phosphorus, said Zouheir Massri, who leads the research effort for AgroLiquid. “Knowledge of ion exchange in soils would predict that anions are not retained by the negative charged soil colloids, and move in the soil similar to nitrogen. But phosphorus moves very little, or is relatively immobile in the soil compared to nitrogen and is not lost into the atmosphere. Rarely does it leach beyond the reach of roots, even with large amounts of precipitation or irrigation. This apparent anomaly is that the soil solution contains only a very small amount of available phosphorus in ionic forms at any one time, knowing that the soil solution levels for phosphorus are considered critical for plant growth. That is important because crops take up phosphorus only from the soil solution, and was the core of our testing method to measure the soil solution content of dissolved phosphorus by lysimeters solution suction.”AgroLiquid is also using unique methods for nitrogen research work. Because nitrogen can be lost through both volatilization and leaching, two tests are conducted for nitrogen loss. There is one for assessment of the nutrients that flow in soil with lysimeters and the other is for ammonia volatilization in the atmosphere. To test volatilization, passive samplers are filled with 20 milliliters of a diluted sulfuric acid and placed in the center of each treatment to trap the ammonia as “ammonia collectors.”“The solution of the ammonia collectors in the passive samplers continuously absorbs ammonia, and is replaced regularly depending on the expected intensity of the emissions,” Massri said. “The principle underlying this method is that the passive samplers placed in a homogeneous experimental field…have the same NH3 absorption behavior under identical environmental conditions.”The passive sampler method was developed in the 1970s and proven valid under a wide range of experimental conditions and is recommended to be used under conditions with bare and/or cultivated soils.Ultimately, the ongoing research at AgroLiquid is showing that the right rate can be significantly lower while maintaining crop productivity if the other three Rs are correct.“From the beginning we created products that were more effective per pound applied, which allowed growers to apply less total nutrient. It also allows for placement closer to where the plant is going to utilize the nutrients, which prevents offsite nutrients. It allows us to use the right rate and right formulation. at a low rate. It is the right source because it allows you to do the other three Rs,” Bancroft said. “The industry reaction as a whole has been to try and use the products they have always been using. I think it is our responsibility moving forward in educating people that they can get away with reduced rate fertility if they are using the 4Rs.”last_img read more

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Blood in Bahrain: This Week in Online Tyranny

first_imgcurt hopkins Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#TWiOT#web center_img 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts Protesters killed in Bahrain. In the latest Middle East uprising, Bahrain went into the streets on this week, filling up streets and roundabouts. Last night, however, it went pear-shaped as Bahrain security forces attempted to “close” the square. Between tear gas, tear gas canisters, beatings, rubber bullets and possibly live fire, three have died. Over 200 were injured, 60 are missing and dozens arrested. Crowdvoice, a site run by the Bahrain-based MideastYouth, has been blocked due to their page on the Human Rights Crackdown in Bahrain. Protests and classes also took place in Libya, where one protester was killed. The Libyan government had tried to head it off by warning against using Facebook and arresting several activists. Protests took place for the seventh day in Yemen . In Iraq government forces killed one and dozens were wounded in an anti-government protest. Syria sentences blogger to five years. After removing blocks on the Internet that have been in place for years, as a sop to protests around the Middle East, Syria’s government couldn’t deny their essential nature. They’ve sentenced a 19-year-old female blogger, Tal Al Mallohi, to five years in prison. Detained since December of 2009, she was convicted of “revealing information to a foreign country.”Oh, did we mention Mubarak resigned? After three weeks of intense protest, after a whole generation was mobilized, Egypt’s president Hosni Mubarak resigned from 30 years of one-man rule. Mubarak, like Tunisia’s Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, tried various stalling methods. But none of it worked. The people of Egypt were done with him. I confess, I kept waiting for the fall-out, but it keeps not coming. There’ll be a lot of hard work ahead but once the vast majority of a country get behind a change, that’s when it sticks. Currently, Wael Ghonim has set up a very successful Google Moderator page to sketch out the future of the country.Blogger and lit mag editor from Equatorial Guinea leaves country. Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel started a hunger strike to protest President Teodoro Obiang Nguema’s dictatorial rule. He left for Spain four days later after repeated harassment. He cited Tunisia and Egypt as models for his country. Cuba increases Internet connectivity. An undersea cable from Venezuela just reached Cuba. When it goes live it will increase Cuba’s Internet connectivity 3000x. It is far from certain that this will mean more Cubans will be online. One Cuban however, Cuba’s most renowned blogger Yoani Sánchez , is back online in that country after years of being blocked. Her Cuban blog aggregator, Desde Cuba, is likewise visible. How long that will last is equally uncertain. Bahrain photo via Al Jazeeralast_img read more

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Decoding Larry Page: How Google Is Staking Out The Future Of Innovation

first_imgdan rowinski What the emperor did not realize, of course, is that if you keep doubling a number, it doesn’t take long for for the figures to get really, really big. If the emperor had delivered all the rice he agreed to, the pile would have been bigger than Mount Everest. McAfee linked this story to Moore’s Law (which holds that number of transistors on an integrated circuit doubles approximately every two years) and the explosion of data created by humans, rapidly approaching the mind-numbingly large “yotta” byte. Between Big Data and Moore’s Law, McAfee said, we have entered the second half of the chessboard of innovation.Google’s Mountain Of RiceIn this case, though, Google is both the inventor and the emperor. Just like chess, Google’s portfolio of products is deceptively simple but utterly complex. And the company is well positioned to turn that portfolio into a truly epic mountain of rice. Rice, in this case, could mean data. Or money. Or better yet, innovation.Who is going to challenge Google’s core products? Yahoo and Microsoft can’t come close to what Google has done with the knowledge graph and voice search. Android is forging ahead of iOS around the world. Chrome is one of the simplest but most sophisticated browsers on the planet. And the company’s search ad products just keep cranking out the profits that pay for the company’s push in to new areas. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#Google#Google IO13#io13#Larry Page Larry Page Doesn’t Think Competition Is InterestingYet the individual products seem almost incidental to Page’s quest for innovation. Towards the end of the keynote, he harped on the technology industry for holding back the pace of innovation with lawsuits, data hoarding and stifling cross-platform integration:You know we haven’t seen this rate of change in computing for a long time. Probably not since the birth of personal computing… [but] despite the faster change in the industry, we’re still moving slow relative to the opportunities we have.If Page had his way, Google would not be playing chess against it competitors, but working with them to create even more rice:You know every story I read about Google is sort of us vs. some other company, or some stupid thing, and I just don’t find that very interesting. We should be building great things that don’t exist. Most important things are not zero-sum. There’s a lot of opportunity out there. We can use technology to make really new and really important things to make people’s lives better. Business, of course, doesn’t typically work that way. Google has to exist within a whirlwind of quarterly earnings statements and antitrust lawsuits, litigation and corporate development. Given all that, it’s amazing that Google is able to do all that it does, pushing the boundaries of technology every year. If Page is right, and we are truly just at 1% of what technology is capable of, someone has to lead the way into the remaining 99%. And despite Page’s protestations, no one is better positioned than Google to do just that. Images by Nick Statt for ReadWrite. Related Posts center_img A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… “We are only at 1% of what is possible.” ~ Google CEO Larry PagePage is right. Even though it seems like we get a breakthrough new technology every year, we are really just scratching the surface. But what does that really mean? If we have achieved only 1% of what is technologically possible, Google is setting itself up to be the company that fills in the other 99%.Just look at the Google I/O keynote Wednesday morning in San Francisco. The company had so many aspects of its product portfolio to announce that it took three hours to work through it all. And that was before Page hit the stage and turned all philosophical:I think we’re all here because we share a deep sense of optimisim about the potential for technology to improve people’s lives and the world.Google Owns The Second Half Of The Chess BoardAt a conference in Boston last week Andrew McAfee, a Principal Research Scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, related a story about the pace of innovation that directly speaks to Page’s notion. McAfee recounted how the inventor of chess introduced the game to the emperor of India. The emperor was so impressed with the game’s combination of simplicity and complexity, depth and vision, that he told the inventor he could have any gift he could imagine. The inventor asked for a grain of rice, doubled for each square on the chess board. On the first square he would get a single grain of rice, on the second square he would get two, on the third he would get four grains, and so on. The request seemed fairly humble to the emperor and he granted it. Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

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The Hustler’s Playbook: How to Deal with Your Inner Critic

first_img Essential Reading! Get my first book: The Only Sale Guide You’ll Ever Need “The USA Today bestseller by the star sales speaker and author of The Sales Blog that reveals how all salespeople can attain huge sales success through strategies backed by extensive research and experience.” Buy Now Too many people suffer from a too-small vision of themselves. They don’t believe they are good enough, pretty enough, smart enough, rich enough, or valuable enough. They don’t recognize their own worth. They don’t (yet) recognize that they are unique, that they are special, and that they have something to offer.They are bigger than they know, and they are more capable than they could ever imagine. And so are you.The Voice of Your Inner CriticEach of us is born with an ‘inner critic.” The “inner critic” is that little voice inside you, constantly reminding you that you aren’t good enough, that there is no way you are as good as you think you are, and that you are an impostor.Your “inner critic” is really made up of two voices.. The first voice you hear is the voice of your parents. That voice is only telling you that you aren’t good enough because your parents always worry about you getting hurt. This is true even when you are an adult. It’s what parents do, and unless you learn not to limit your children’s beliefs about their capabilities, you will do the same.The second voice is the voice of society. When this voice speaks to you, what you are really hearing are the fears of others who wouldn’t take the risks that you are taking. That voice criticizes you because the many who make up society’s voice are afraid to face their own fears, to become who and what they might become. They fear being judged, and that voice is your fear of being judged, too.You hear society’s objection because your success can make others feel bad about themselves. Jealously and envy are very deeply set human emotions. The world is full of critics and haters. But it’s also full of believers who will support you.How to Respond to Your Inner CriticLearn to tell respond to the part of your inner critic that is your parent’s fears by saying, “Listen, I know you are afraid that I will be hurt, and maybe I will. But I have a gift to share and charge to keep, so I’ll be careful and take my chances anyway.”Your parents are always going to fear for your safety and your happiness. That’s their voice you sometimes hear.Learn to respond to the part of the inner critic that is society’s voice by saying, “Oh, I’m so sorry. What I am doing isn’t for you. It’s for the people who appreciate my gift and my mission. I’m going to go ahead and live my dream now. I hope someday you can join me!” That voice is other people’s fears. They’re not yours, and they’re not for you. Let them go.Learning to respond to the voice of your inner critic is the first step to developing a bigger, brighter, bolder vision of yourself.last_img read more

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La Salle bounces back, clobbers UST

first_imgDon’t miss out on the latest news and information. La Salle remained in second seed with a 4-1 record behind undefeated Ateneo.Green Archers assistant coach Miggy Solitaria said their win all depended on the team’s ball movement and stingy defense that has been La Salle’s staple since Aldin Ayo took over.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“We played unselfish basketball and we had 26 assists the whole game and it was very impressive because it was a very fast-paced game,” said Solitaria.The Green Archers bamboozled the Growling Tigers on the defensive end and forced the latter to turn the ball over 35 times, leading to 37 points for La Salle. Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games PLAY LIST 00:59Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games01:00Chief Justice Peralta on upcoming UAAP game: UP has no match against UST01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games LATEST STORIES Giants’ Beckham fined $12,154 for ‘dog pee’ TD celebration Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients  View comments Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president Read Next MOST READ LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight La Salle built an 18-point lead, 60-42, at the break in what became as the Green Archers’ foundation until the final buzzer.Ben Mbala had a game-high 29 points with nine rebounds and three blocks to lead the Green Archers while Andrei Caracut orchestrated the La Salle offense and finished with 14 points and five assists.Wendell De Guzman led UST with 18 points, a career-high, while Steve Akomo finished with a 15-point, 13-rebound double-double.ADVERTISEMENT Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netDefending champion La Salle went back to its dominating ways and wallopped University of Santo Tomas, 115-86, in the UAAP Season 80 men’s basketball tournament Saturday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.After losing to University of the Philippines, 98-87, last week, the Green Archers vented their frustration on the miserable Growling Tigers, who have yet to win in six matches in what became as the team’s worst start since the 1993-1994 academic year.ADVERTISEMENT Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PHlast_img read more

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Devin Booker scores 50 in back-to-back games but Suns lose again

first_imgPhoenix Suns guard Devin Booker (1) celebrates his dunk against the Washington Wizards with guard Jamal Crawford (11) during the first half of an NBA basketball game Wednesday, March 27, 2019, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)PHOENIX — Devin Booker has scored 109 points in the past two games and every last one of them went to waste.Status quo for the last-place Phoenix Suns.ADVERTISEMENT The 22-year-old Booker finished with 50 points and 10 rebounds as the Suns, with the worst record in the Western Conference at 17-59, dropped their fifth straight. Booker scored 59 points in a 125-92 loss Monday night at Utah.It was the first time a Phoenix player reached 50 in back-to-back games. Tom Chambers had been the only member of the Suns to score even 40 in successive games.“It’s a blessing. It’s an honor, I say it every day, to lace it up and play a sport that I love,” Booker said. “I think right now it’s time for me to be more aggressive, being down a couple of men. Teammates helping me, setting good screens. … Fell short, but a lot better fight today than we did have in the last game.”Beal and Jabari Parker had 28 points apiece for the Wizards, who snapped a five-game skid. Bryant added 18 points and a career-high 19 rebounds.The game featured 23 lead changes and neither team led by more than seven points.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Booker scored his 46th point when he missed his initial shot, fell to the floor, got back up to catch the rebound and rattled in a second shot with 5:08 to play. His 50th point came on a layup with 1:30 left, tying the score at 118.He tied the highest-scoring game for a Suns player at Talking Stick Resort Arena, matching Amare Stoudemire (2005) and Clifford Robinson (2000).Booker missed a 3 that could have put Phoenix ahead with 48 seconds left, and Bryant drained a 3 at the other end to give the Wizards a 121-118 lead with 28.6 seconds to go.“I give it all to my teammates because they believe in me to make that shot, time and time again after I’ve missed so many shots this month and year,” Bryant said. “Knowing they have that confidence in me to shoot the ball, it feels great.”Jamal Crawford tied it again on a 3 with 17.1 seconds to go before Beal’s drive and dish to Bryant for the winner.Phoenix center Deandre Ayton broke Alvan Adams’ franchise record for most double-doubles in a rookie season (37) when he reached double digits in points and rebounds in the third quarter. Ayton finished with 14 points and 10 boards.Booker’s layup and free throw with 0.7 seconds left in the first gave the Suns a 30-27 lead going into the second period. Booker scored 18 points in the opening 12 minutes.His transition 3 with 44.1 seconds left in the first half gave the Suns a 59-56 lead and gave him 30 first-half points. Washington’s Jordan McRae dropped in a layup just before the halftime buzzer, tying it at 59.GREEN MEANS GOWizards forward Jeff Green made the hustle play of the night in the second quarter, tip-toeing along the sideline to keep a loose ball from going out of bounds, then continuing to run the floor after passing the ball. He got a return pass from Parker and dunked hard over Bender, causing teammates to leap off the bench in celebration. LATEST STORIES Emotional night for Joe Ingles as Jazz blow out depleted Lakers Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Colombia protesters vow new strike after talks hit snag Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Bloomberg: US would benefit from more, not fewer, immigrants Google Philippines names new country director View comments Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Booker became the youngest player in NBA history with consecutive 50-point games, but his latest scoring binge was squandered once again by the Suns in a 124-121 loss to the Washington Wizards on Wednesday night.“The fans in Phoenix have been behind us the past four years since I’ve been here,” Booker said. “They deserve that. It’s entertainment for them. They come to the game and hopefully I try to put on a show for them and hope they enjoy, and make memories that last forever.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsThomas Bryant’s three-point play with 2.8 seconds left put Washington ahead for good in a back-and-forth game. Bryant caught Bradley Beal’s pass off a baseline drive and banked in the winning bucket while getting fouled. After he added the free throw, Phoenix had one more chance to tie it, but Troy Daniels missed a 3-pointer from the corner just before the final buzzer.“Luckily he saw me just going down the lane and everybody committed to him and he saw me right there close to the basket, where I’m able to make that shot,” Bryant said of Beal. Trump tells impeachment jokes at annual turkey pardon event Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles Wintry storm delivers US travel woes before Thanksgiving “I’m glad I was on the good end of it this time,” Green said.TIP-INSWizards: Washington (31-45) avoided being eliminated from playoff contention. … McRae, who spent seven games with the Suns in 2015-16, had a career-high 21 points. … Trevor Ariza sat out against his former team with a strained left groin.Suns: F Josh Jackson missed his third straight game with a sprained right ankle. … F Kelly Oubre Jr. didn’t get to face his former team because of a thumb injury that required surgery and will sideline him for the rest of the season. … G Jimmer Fredette didn’t play in what could have been his home debut, five days and two road games after signing with Phoenix.UP NEXTWizards: At the Utah Jazz on Friday night.Suns: Host the Memphis Grizzlies on Saturday night.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextlast_img read more

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10 months agoSolskjaer reveals Man Utd medical room now clearing

first_imgSolskjaer reveals Man Utd medical room now clearingby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says their medical room is clearing ahead of the clash with Bournemouth.United have won both games since Solskjaer took charge but Anthony Martial joined Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku on the sidelines when being taken ill over the Christmas period.When asked by MUTV if anybody was coming back for the next game, Ole replied: “Hopefully the front three with Romelu, Alexis and Anthony – that is not a bad three to have ready. So towards the end [of a game], when you are 2-0 up, 3-0 up, if you can put players with pace on, then that makes a difference.”So when you score three at home but you know you have three lads awaiting to get on, then that’s great.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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