Paul George says he’s hearing more trash talk: ‘People think it’s sweet because I was down’

Amid the Clippers’ collapse last season, Paul George heard it from opponents, former players and even teammates. The animosity toward George hasn’t stopped this season. Suns star Devin Booker jawed with George during L.A.’s win over Phoenix yesterday. Fox Sports West: George: I had a tough year last year. People think it’s sweet, man. People […]

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Immunology study finds protein critical to T cell metabolism and anti-tumor immune response

Researchers at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center have discovered that a protein called NF-kappa B-inducing kinase (NIK) is essential for the shift in metabolic activity that occurs with T cell activation, making it a critical factor in regulating the anti-tumor immune response. The preclinical research, published today in Nature Immunology, suggests that […]

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Nets coach Steve Nash doesn’t want to turn DeAndre Jordan-Jarrett Allen situation into ‘mini-drama’

DeAndre Jordan joined the Nets in a package with stars Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. That made it notable Jacque Vaughn’s first move as Brooklyn’s head coach after replacing Kenny Atkinson was starting Jordan over Jarrett Allen at center. New Nets coach Steve Nash has continued starting Jordan over Allen – even as Allen has […]

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Ryanair slashes annual traffic target on ‘draconian’ UK, Irish lockdowns

Ryanair slashed its annual traffic forecast by around 5 million passengers on Thursday, saying fresh lockdowns in Britain and Ireland targeting a highly contagious new variant of COVID-19 would leave the countries with “few, if any” flights. The Irish low-cost carrier, Europe’s largest, also harshly criticised public health measures, saying Ireland’s travel curbs were “inexplicable […]

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Woman pleads guilty after threatening to bomb gay-inclusive Catholic school

The threats were made after the all-girls high school started to include same-sex wedding announcements in its alumni magazine. A California woman pleaded guilty to a federal hate crime for threatening to bomb a Catholic high school in Washington, D.C., the Department of Justice announced Monday. Sonia Tabizada, 36, pleaded guilty to obstructing religious exercise […]

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