Grizzlies to raise Z-Bo's 50 into arena rafters

1:14 PM ET No player will ever wear Zach Randolph‘s No. 50 again for the Memphis Grizzlies, the franchise announced Thursday. The Grizzlies made the declaration in an open letter to Randolph that was signed by general manager Chris Wallace and president of business operations Jason Wexler. Randolph’s eight-year tenure in Memphis ended Tuesday when he agreed to a two-year, $24 million deal with the Sacramento Kings, a decision made…

July 6, 2017
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Despite suing MLB, Hernandez an All-Star ump

July 6, 2017

11:53 AM ET Associated Press NEW YORK — Angel Hernandez, who sued Major League Baseball this week alleging racial discrimination, is among the umpires for Tuesday’s All-Star Game in Miami. Hernandez will be at first base as part of a crew headed by Joe West, who last month became the third umpire to work 5,000 regular-season games. West worked third base for the 1987 All-Star Game and was behind the…

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Delhi University To Introduce GST In Curriculum

July 6, 2017

New Delhi: Delhi University is planning to include the Goods and Services Tax (GST) in its curriculum for students of B Com (Hons), B Com and B A Programme. A proposal for this has been cleared by the university’s academic council and is awaiting a nod from the executive council, officials said. “Students used to study taxation in three streams — B Com (Hons), B Com and B A Programme…

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11-Year-Old Boy Sexually Assaulted, Murdered Allegedly By Teen Neighbour

July 6, 2017

Hyderabad: An 11-year-old boy was sexually assaulted and murdered in Hyderabad, allegedly by his 17-year-old neighbour who the police suspect has assaulted at least 15 other children in the area over two years. The body of the boy, a student of class 4, was found on the terrace of a government school building in Hyderabad’s Barkas area today, one week after he was reported missing. The accused has been arrested…

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Mattek-Sands out after in-match knee injury

July 6, 2017

12:35 PM ET Associated Press American wild-card entry Bethanie Mattek-Sands injured her right knee during a point and retired from her second-round match at Wimbledon. Moving toward the net in the opening game of the third set against Sorana Cirstea of Romania, Mattek-Sands slipped and fell. She immediately clutched her right knee and could be heard screaming in pain and sobbing. Mattek-Sands stayed down in the middle of Court 17…

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Monsoon Showers Hit Parts Of Delhi

July 6, 2017

New Delhi: Monsoon showers occurred in parts of the national capital this evening after a humid day in the city. In areas falling under the Safdarjung and Palam Observatories, 0.1 mm and 5.6 mm of rain were reported, respectively, at 8.30 PM, a MeT Department official said. “The minimum temperature was recorded at 27.4 degrees Celsius while the maximum settled at 35.8 degrees Celsius, both normal for this time of…

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Tomic fined, dropped by sponsor for outburst

July 6, 2017

12:05 PM ET LONDON — Bernard Tomic has been dropped by racket sponsors Head just hours after he was fined for unsportsmanlike conduct following his first round exit at Wimbledon. Australian Tomic received a $15,000 (£11,600) fine from the International Tennis Federation — the second largest since 1991 – following his loss to Mischa Zverev, after which he claimed he felt bored during the match and admitted he had called…

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Tomic fined, dropped by sponsor for outburst

July 6, 2017

11:26 AM ET LONDON — Bernard Tomic has been dropped by racket sponsors Head just hours after he was fined for unsportsmanlike conduct following his first round exit at Wimbledon. Australian Tomic received a $15,000 (£11,600) fine from the International Tennis Federation — the second largest since 1991 – following his loss to Mischa Zverev, after which he claimed he felt bored during the match and admitted he had called…

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Can Breathing Like Wim Hof Make Us Superhuman?

July 6, 2017

(Credit: Innerfire BV) Take a deep breath. Feel the wave of nitrogen, oxygen and carbon dioxide press against the bounds of your ribcage and swell your lungs. Exhale. Repeat. Before consciously inhaling, you probably weren’t thinking about breathing at all. The respiratory system is somewhat unique to our bodies in that we are both its passenger and driver. We can leave it up to our autonomic nervous system, responsible for…

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