US Election 2020: Moment BBC projects Biden victory

first_img– Advertisement – The BBC projects that Joe Biden has won the race to become US president, defeating Donald Trump following a cliff-hanger vote count after Tuesday’s election.This was the moment it was announced on TV.- Advertisement – Read more: Biden wins – BBC projects White House victory – Advertisement –last_img

Giannis ready for ‘toughest’ ever NBA challenge

first_img Promoted Content8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty Penny5 Reasons To Wait For The Solo Black Widow Movie7 Reasons It’s Better To Be A VeganCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much As 22 teams prepare to head for Orlando for the NBA’s restart on July 30, some critics have argued that the four-month pandemic shutdown means there will forever be an asterisk against the eventual winners.Antetokounmpo, however, is in the opposite camp insisting that the unique circumstances of the campaign make it the “toughest” NBA championship in history to claim.“I feel like a lot of people say that there’s gonna be a star next to this championship,” reigning NBA MVP Antetokounmpo said on a conference call according to ESPN.“I feel like, at the end of the day, this is gonna be the toughest championship you could ever win – because the circumstances are really, really tough right now. So, whoever wants it more is going to be able to go out there and take it.”NBA teams playing in Orlando will be kept in a “bubble” at Disney World for the remainder of the season, with limited family contact during this time, according to reports.Antetokounmpo believes that will only add to the challenge over the final months of the season.“I feel like, as I said before, this is the toughest title,” Antetokounmpo said. “Obviously, you go somewhere without your family for four months, three months, and you haven’t played basketball for three-and-a-half, four months.“Obviously, whoever team wants it more, has gotta be mentally prepared for all the situations and gotta go out there and execute.“Whoever wants it more, whoever is mentally prepared for all this, what’s going on in Orlando, that’s the team that’s gonna come out on top.”Antetokounmpo meanwhile is unfazed by the escalating coronavirus situation in Florida, where cases have skyrocketed in the weeks since the NBA confirmed its return to action.“Everybody has concerns about their health,” he said. “Nobody wants to put themselves in risk out there, but at the end of the day, that’s what the NBA chose, and we’re gonna resume the games, and we’ve all gotta do our job.Giannis Antetokounmpo says winning this year’s NBA championship will be harder than everRead Also: West Ham stun Chelsea, Aubameyang fires Arsenal revival“And my job is to play basketball and go out there and support my teammates, and represent the city. But for sure, I think me, my teammates, my family – especially my mom – everybody has concerns about our health, and my health.”The Bucks head into the restart as the favorites to reach the NBA Finals from the Eastern Conference. The Bucks led the East by 6.5 games when the season was halted in March, with a record of 53 wins and only 12 losses.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo believes winning this season’s NBA crown will be harder than ever, dismissing suggestions a championship victory will be diminished by the coronavirus shutdown.Advertisementcenter_img Loading… last_img read more

Fans react to column claiming Ennis’ shot is best in Syracuse history

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 13, 2014 at 4:26 pm Contact Meredith: mhnewman@syr.edu | @MerNewman93 Tyler Ennis hit a buzzer-beater to send No. 1 Syracuse to a 58-56 win over No. 25 Pittsburgh on Wednesday. Beat writer David Wilson, who was in Pittsburgh to see the chaos unfold, calls it the greatest shot in Syracuse history. Some agree, while others don’t. “@TrevorHass: Ennis’ buzzer-beater to edge Pitt is greatest shot in Syracuse history, argues @DBWilson2: http://t.co/7sPrio3KQX”>No Pearl— The Cuseaholic (@Cuseaholic) February 13, 2014 Commentslast_img

Yamaha to recall 902 units of YZF-R3 in India to fix clutch

first_imgNew Delhi, Jun 30 (PTI) Japanese two-wheeler major Yamaha is recalling 902 units of its YZF-R3 sports bike in India to replace faulty clutch system.”The parent company Yamaha Motor Co, Japan, has determined that a defect, which relates to clutch pressure plate and oil pump malfunction, exists in few YZF-R3 motorcycles falling within certain production numbers,” India Yamaha Motor said in a statement.Although no safety issues have been reported from anywhere in India, Yamaha has decided to recall all the vehicles falling under the identified production numbers, it added.”A total of 902 bikes will be recalled in India under Yamahas factory modification campaign, where the affected motorcycles defected parts will be replaced with a modified one on free of cost basis at Yamaha authorised dealers,” the company said.The company, however, did not share details of the manufacturing period of the affected motorcycles.This recall is not a result of complaints from customers but more of a preventive measure to ensure the safety of the customers, it added.In 2014, the company had recalled 138 units its R1 bike in India to rectify issues in the headlight. Yamaha had also recalled its 56,082 units of scooter Cygnus Ray in 2013 to rectify defect in handle bars. PTI MSS RKL ABIlast_img read more