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James Harden believes the Brooklyn Nets may be experiencing some bad luck despite their standing near the top of the Eastern Conference. The All-Star guard had 27 points, 15 assists and eight rebounds as the Nets cruised to a 120-105 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Saturday, despite losing NBA scoring leader Kevin Durant in the first half to a left knee sprain. “Tonight what happened to KD and then Ky (Kyrie Irving) being able to play road games only and Joe (Harris), Nic (Claxton), LaMarcus (Aldridge), but we’ve been a resilient group all year, since I’ve been here,” Harden when asked if the Nets were snake bitten.
The San Antonio Spurs are getting healthy after a rash of missed games due to COVID-19 protocols and that proved to be the difference against the Los Angeles Clippers. Derrick White had 19 points in his return from a five-game absence, Dejounte Murray added 18 points and the Spurs beat Clippers 101-94 on Saturday night to snap a five-game skid. “It was great even today having most people back and kind of getting back to kind of a normal lineup,” said Devin Vassell, who missed three games earlier this month in the NBA’s league and health and safety protocols.
David Moyes’s gamble on the pacy English forward plucked from the Championship has helped the Hammers’ push for the Champions League
People protest in London following further allegations of lockdown-breaching gatherings at Downing Street.
President Joe Biden came to office seeing two sicknesses in his country
'Brothers and sisters, this is the real world we live in'
The British Conservative Party chairman rejected calls for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to resign but said he must address the culture within his government that resulted in multiple staff gatherings at his residence during coronavirus lockdowns. Johnson has apologised for attending a gathering in the garden of his Downing Street residence in May 2020 where staff had been invited to bring their own alcohol at a time when strict rules forbade the public from almost all socialising. "We need to find out the facts and then the Prime Minister needs to respond effectively and to address the culture in Downing Street," Conservative Party Chairman Oliver Dowden told Sky News on Sunday.
The action comes ahead of a crucial vote on the bill by peers on Monday.
The bodies of 225 people killed in unrest in Kazakhstan last week, including 19 members of the security forces, were delivered to morgues throughout the country, the prosecutor general's office said on Saturday. The figure included civilians and armed "bandits" killed by security forces, Serik Shalabayev, the head of criminal prosecution at the prosecutor's office, told a briefing. President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev turned to a Russia-led military bloc for help during the unrest and sidelined his former patron and predecessor Nursultan Nazarbayev by taking over the national security council.
The broadcaster is one of many TV stars who have come out in support of the BBC.
'Kill the bill' protests take place across the UK
Meteorology student Isaac Schluesche captured the images while storm chasing near the town of Earth, Texas
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Residents in Lagos, Nigeria, are rediscovering their city and all it has to offer through special day and night tours offered by EXP Lagos, a local tourism outfit that uses Danfo mini buses as transport. The weekend tours offer exploration and experiences, according to Uzo Umeh, the head of the domestic tourism startup. “You cannot experience Lagos without experiencing the Danfo,” says Uzo, referring to the popular means of public transport for Lagosians who use it for daily commute in Africa’s
Jobs site CV-Library said its survey found that lawyers, teachers and new graduates were those most disappointed with their salaries.
Three in four right-leaning academics say they are having to hide their political views on campus, according to a new report which warns of a higher education “monoculture” in which large numbers of lecturers “openly dislike” those who aren’t left wing.
A protest march by 1,500 far-left activists in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki has turned violent
Pandemics, the climate crisis and the algorithms used by tech giants feel too amorphous to squeeze into the dramatic form, says the Guardian’s chief culture writer Charlotte Higgins
After Virat Kohli's sudden resignation the spotlight turned to his likely successor as India Test captain on Sunday, with white-ball skipper Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul favourites to take over the high-pressure job.
A winter storm was forecast to bring heavy snow, winds, and ice to parts of the Carolinas on Sunday, January 16, the National Weather Service (NWS) said.The NWS issued a winter storm and ice storm warning due to the storm, with accumulations of up to 15 inches predicted in Newland, North Carolina.Footage shared by Samantha Weiss shows snow accumulation in Spartanburg County, South Carolina.The county was predicted to see as much as two inches of snow on Sunday, according to the NWS. Credit: Samantha Weiss via Storyful