Milwaukee Bucks vs Miami Heat: Another Past Playoff Opponent Revisited

After the emotions and celebration that came with receiving their championship rings and unveiling the banner, the Milwaukee Bucks got back to playing basketball. Good times were had by all and it resulted with a win against the Brooklyn Nets, and now Milwaukee heads south to face the Miami Heat.

Where We’re At
The Milwaukee Bucks are the defending NBA champions and earned a statement win against the Brooklyn Nets.

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Dune delivers on style but lacks on substance

Denis Villeneuve’s newest film is visually stunning, but the screenplay leaves audiences looking for more

This article contains spoilers for the film “Dune” (2021)

Warner Bros. releases their new space-opera titled “Dune” this Friday. The film is directed by Denis Villeneuve, who previously helmed “Sicario,” “Arrival” and “Blade Runner 2049.” “Dune” stars Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac and many other Hollywood A-listers. The film is based on the massively influential book “Dune” written by Frank Herbert.

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NBA roundup: Knicks edge Celtics in double OT

Evan Fournier scored a career-high 32 points and hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with 56.1 seconds left in the second overtime Wednesday night for the host New York Knicks, who squandered an 11-point lead late in the fourth quarter before edging the Boston Celtics 138-134 in an entertaining season opener for both teams.

Fournier, who spent last season with the Celtics, scored 17 points in the fourth quarter and both overtimes as he became the first player in Knicks history to score 30 points in his debut for the team.

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Partial human remains found near Brian Laundrie’s backpack and notebook, FBI says

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Law enforcement officials searching for Brian Laundrie found partial human remains in the Carlton Reserve on Wednesday near personal items that belong to the 23-year-old, according to the FBI.

Special Agent in Charge Michael McPherson with the FBI Tampa office gave a brief update on developments in the search for Laundrie on Wednesday afternoon. He did not take questions and did not identify the remains, but confirmed several items of interest had been found in an area that was previously underwater.

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Angelina Jolie’s Daughter Upcycled Her 2014 Oscars Dress And Wore It To The “Eternals” Premiere

Monday night marked the world premiere of Marvel’s Eternals and saw the star-studded cast step out onto the red carpet to celebrate its upcoming release.

Cast members in front of an Eternals world premiere banner and fireworks

Cast members Richard Madden, Kit Harington, Salma Hayek, and Gemma Chan were among the attendees, along with the movie’s director, Chloé Zhao.

Kit Harington

Angelina Jolie, who plays the part of Thena in the new Marvel instalment, also made an appearance alongside five of her six children: Maddox (20),

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2022 NBA Finals Predictions: Can Any Team Stop the Nets?

While Kyrie Irving will sit out until he is vaccinated, the Nets still have a healthy Kevin Durant and James Harden.

Howard Beck: Nets over Nuggets
If we’ve learned anything by now (admittedly questionable), it’s that no NBA season unfolds as expected. On talent alone, everyone predicts Lakers and Nets. But odds are, one or both will fall short due to injuries, happenstance and/or general weirdness (hello, Kyrie). It says here the Nets will be just fine with two superstars instead of three,

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Daniel Craig outshines ‘No Time To Die’ in his final turn as James Bond

It’s been more than a year since No Time to Die was supposed to open in theaters, and while the pandemic is far from over, the movie’s long-overdue release feels like a good omen for an industry that could use it.

Never mind if James Bond can save the world — can he save the movies in the era of COVID and streaming-service domination? I have no idea. I can only say that it’s a poignant pleasure to see Daniel Craig as Bond on the big screen one last time,

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Raiders coach Jon Gruden apologizes after racist email discovered during investigation

Raiders coach Jon Gruden used a racist stereotype to refer to NFL union boss DeMaurice Smith in 2011, according to a recently discovered email.

“Dumboriss Smith has lips the size of michellin tires,” Gruden wrote during the NFL lockout in an email to Bruce Allen, then the GM in Washington.

The email was reported by the Wall Street Journal on Friday; the NFL’s first investigation of the Washington Football Team’s sexual harassment scandals uncovered emails “beyond the scope of that investigation.”

Gruden apologized,

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Game Recap: Cowboys Pull Away For 36-28 Win

Immovable object? Meet unstoppable force.

Dallas came into this showdown on a two-game winning streak, but in facing the undefeated Carolina Panthers, Dak Prescott and company would have to contend with the league’s No. 1 defense in both yards and points allowed.

So much for that. In front of a sellout home crowd, the Cowboys muscled their way to an impressive 36-28 victory, firmly giving notice that this team is indeed a contender.

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Tom Brady beats Patriots in New England return, 19-17

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Tom Brady rallied the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 19-17 victory over the Patriots on a rainy Sunday night in his return to New England, with Ryan Succop hitting the winning 48-yard field goal late in the fourth quarter.

Brady was 22 of 43 for 269 yards with no touchdowns, but engineered the fourth-quarter drive to beat his former team. Ronald Jones added an 8-yard scoring run for defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay (3-1).

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