What Stephen Curry expects from DeMarcus Cousins in Warriors home debut vs. Joel Embiid

first_imgOAKLAND – The news came as a surprise to Stephen Curry. Perhaps that is what happens after a long trip. Perhaps that is also what happens after seeing DeMarcus Cousins excel for five games since nursing a left Achilles tendon injury for nearly a year.But when the Warriors (36-14) visit the Philadelphia 76ers (33-18) on Thursday, Cousins will make his Warriors debut at Oracle Arena.“I didn’t realize that. I didn’t think about it,” Curry said. “We’re doing this for five games now on the floor. …last_img

Can You Get Paid to Tweet? (Part 1)

first_imgGuide to Performing Bulk Email Verification The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Here’s a little secret about Twitter that you may not know: some people are getting paid to tweet. We don’t mean it’s their job to Twitter as the PR front-end for some large corporation, either. They’re actually getting paid to post advertisements to their Twitter stream. When their followers click though, the end result is cold, hard cash.The Twitter ad industry, an experimental playground where new ideas about making money on the Internet flourish, is made up of a handful of companies who work with advertisers to run in-stream Twitter campaigns. Surprisingly, it’s not as unseemly as it sounds. For the most part, tweets are disclosed, backlash is minimal and the so-called “publishers” – the Twitterers, that is – are making a decent bit of pocket change. Just don’t count on banking 10K per tweet like Kim Kardashian allegedly did. This is part one of a two-part series. Stay tuned for part 2 later today. Part 2 is here. Diluting the Stream?Twitter ads are 140-character missives posted to Twitter that link to an advertiser’s product or service. Some companies allow their users to craft the ad’s text itself while others insist on the advertiser’s own wording. But the end result is the same: someone clicks the ad, the Twitterer gets paid.When first introduced, the concept of in-stream ads was met with backlash and disgust from many in the Twitter community. Advertisers were charged with “diluting the stream” with these irrelevant, unneeded posts. But these days, the backlash seems to be nearly forgotten. Anyone who was offended by someone tweeting ads simply unfollowed them and went on with their life. In fact, that’s the beauty of the Twitter system – if you don’t like what someone says, they’re gone with a click of a button. And when it comes to ads, the reality is that enough people don’t mind (or perhaps don’t even notice) to make the occasional promotional tweet worthwhile for publishers using these systems.Beyond Kim K: Real Users are Making Money There a good handful of companies where a Twitter user can sign up to start advertising to their friends and followers including Twittad, Magpie, Sponsored Tweets, and Ad.ly to name a few. Since the influx of celebrities to Twitter, these companies have become more prominent – Ad.ly and Sponsored Tweets even list some of their celeb publishers right on their homepage. Those lists include everyone from reality stars like Audrina Patridge to artists like Soulja Boy. Take a quick dive through their publisher lists, and it almost seems as if there isn’t a single celeb who hasn’t signed up somewhere to monetize their fanbase. sarah perez Related Posts Tags:#Trends#twitter#web A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… But a celebrity and their 1.5 million followers isn’t the average user of these services. Instead, the average user is relatively popular within a niche crowd. For example, Magpie reports their average user has follower counts in the three or four digits. Sponsored Tweets says their average user is right around 2500 followers. Obviously, these folks have more than a handful of close friends watching their streams, but they don’t come anywhere near celebrity status. Yes, but How Much Money do People Make?But the real question everyone wants to know is what do people make? Real people? The answer to this question isn’t as simple as quoting an industry average figure. Reports of the $10,000 tweet from Kim Kardashian have people salivating, yet this is far from reality. (Side note: Ad.ly, the company behind that tweet, doesn’t actually disclose what their users make per tweet. Sean Rad, Ad.ly’s CEO, will only say that publishers “can make as much as five figures.” Sponsored Tweets, meanwhile, boasts of a $20,000 payout.) However, outside of Hollywood starlets, musicians and other famous figures, tweeting for cash isn’t some get-rich-quick scheme.Sponsored Tweets says their average payout is $10 per tweet and a user usually gets just a couple of offers per month. Magpie says their users can earn three-figure amounts per month, most in the $100-$300 range. Twittad says their average payout is $15-25 per week. None of these payout amounts are enough money to quit your day job over, but they can easily add up to tidy second income for their users. And if you grow your Twitter following, you can earn even more. John Chow isn’t exactly a Hollywood celeb, but he does tout a follower count of over 50,000. While nowhere near Kim K. numbers, it was enough for his first tweet to earn him $1000 when he signed up with Ad.ly. But simply boosting your follower count isn’t enough to be the next John Chow or Jeremy Shoemaker who claims he earned 14K in a month – it all depends on who follows you back and how engaged they are. Without active followers clicking through on your ads, you’ll be lucky to earn a dollar. Stay tuned for Part 2 coming later todayPart 2 is here.last_img read more

Live Blog: Microsoft Office 2010 – A Discussion With Executive Management

first_imgalex williams Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…center_img We are at the Microsoft campus in Seattle today for a Future of Productivity Council event. We are hearing from Kurt DelBene, president of the Microsoft office team. We’ll be looking for how the team sees Office fitting with the cloud and Web apps.DelBene is presenting some of the numbers:Microsoft Office 2010 is now the fastest selling version of Office in history.More than 30 million people use the Office Web application.More tham 100 million SharePoint licenses sold to more than 17,000 customers.73% of enterprises in the United States currently use Exchange as primary email system.DelBene says the the company is still up in the air about if people are happy to go Twitter or Facebook or if people want a combined experience.Office 365 is in limited beta. It is on track to launch later this year.3:40 p.m.: delBene says the company is focused on using the Web to optimize its apps for the iPad.3:42 p.m.: In a Microsoft context, opening attachements are how most web applications are used. Anywhere access to content is the future, though. But for now the numbers show that people use apps for opening attachments.3:47: The cloud is the megatrend affecting how people work:By 2016, 43% of information workers in the United States will telecommute.In 2011, the digital universe will be 10 times the size of what it was in 2006.Social networks and blogs now account for more than 20% of time spent online.3:57 p.m.: Microsoft is trying to make data a more natural part of work. Goal is to make data visualizations easy for anyone to create. But there is lots to learn about what people want with data. As Office 365 goes to market it will be interesting to see what features people use. In first round, they are seeing people want statistics about email flow and other usages for the services offered about the platform.4:02 p.m.: Power Point was surprise feature of the new release for Microsoft Office 2010. People like the broadcast feature and syncing capabilities for people to share presentations. It’s another example for how the cloud is used and the importance of the Web applications for the company.They see multiple uses for Web apps being used as a platform. 4:04 p.m.: People like the ability of using the Web to access Office 365 instead of dialing into a corporate server.4:15 p.m. Mary Jo Foley is asking about the next version of Microsoft Office. What are executives thinking? Will it be Microsoft Office 2015 or she joked, will it be Microsoft Next? DelBene mentioned 2015 without much detail beyond that.4:25 p.m. Very minor developments are made to BPOS every 90 days.The more major releases happens every few years. Shipping according to that frequency is done because that is what the customers want. Cadence is adjusted to how people want the updates.4:31 p.m.: The cloud is interesting to all of Microsoft’s customers. Every ounce of functionality will be in the cloud. Mail will go first and other apps will follow. More customers are choosing Microsoft and are going to the cloud on their terms. In the nine month discussion of engagement, customers will find they are not ready but they want to reserve the right to go to the cloud on their own terms. Starbucks runs Exchange on premise. They did ship 7,000 laptops to stores.Those laptop are used with cloud-based services.That’s it! Have a great weekend!Travel and hotel expenses were covered for Alex Williams to attend Microsoft’s Future of Productivity event. Tags:#cloud#news 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

All About Wall Rot

first_img Sign up for a free trial and get instant access to this article as well as GBA’s complete library of premium articles and construction details. Contractors who specialize in repairing rotten walls won’t run out of work any time soon. The epidemic of wall-rot problems that began more than 20 years ago shows no signs of abating. In fact, wet-wall specialists are often called to investigate problems in developments where most of the homes have rotting walls — and in some cases, these homes are only six years old.You may be wondering, what does this topic have to do with green construction? The answer is simple: if a six-year-old house requires $40,000 of repairs because the walls have turned to mush, then the house wasn’t very green — because rebuilding the house has an environmental impact.Some people have called this an EIFS crisis, or a stucco crisis, or a leaky condo crisis. But wall rot isn’t restricted to homes with just one kind of siding or one kind of sheathing; nor is it restricted to condominiums.This isn’t just an OSB crisis. Admittedly, OSB rots very quickly. Because of the speed at which it rots, Mark Parlee, a builder in Iowa who provided many of the photos shown here, calls OSB wall sheathing “vertical mulch.” But plenty of walls with plywood sheathing and board sheathing have also turned to oatmeal. It just takes a little longer with plywood or boards than it does with OSB.This isn’t just a stucco crisis. While it’s true that some types of siding are more forgiving than others — vinyl siding is the safest siding, while stucco and adhered manufactured stone are the riskiest — choosing the right siding won’t be enough to keep you out of trouble, especially if your windows aren’t flashed properly.If you’re a builder, and you still think that siding keeps walls dry, study the photos on this page carefully. Start Free Trial Already a member? Log incenter_img This article is only available to GBA Prime Memberslast_img read more

La Salle books UAAP finals return, ousts Adamson

first_imgRead Next Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion MOST READ Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netDefending champion De La Salle returned to the Finals after upending third seed Adamson University, 82-75, in the Final Four Saturday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.The no. 2 Green Archers, who had a twice-to-beat advantage, await the winner of the series between Ateneo and Far Eastern University.ADVERTISEMENT View comments LATEST STORIES Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Kris Aquino ‘pretty chill about becoming irrelevant’center_img Reyes: Gilas prepared to play without Blatche QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa When the Falcons finally got their bearings back late in the game, the Green Archers were already hard to stop. La Salle made a living from the free throw line, making 26 out of 39 attempts off 33 fouls called on Adamson. The Falcons, on the other end, went 2-of-5 from the charity stripe on the Green Archers’ 12 fouls.Ben Mbala led La Salle with 27 points, 11 of which came from the free throw line, to go along 14 boards while Santi Santillan added 15 points and eight rebounds.Jerrick Ahanmisi had 17 points to lead Adamson while Robbie Manalang added 16 points.ADVERTISEMENT After trailing 63-54 at the end of the third, La Salle mounted a 14-0 run with Aljun Melecio capping it off with a rebound put-back that gave the Green Archers a 68-63 lead with 6:03 left in the game.La Salle’s lead then ballooned to eight with 52 seconds remaining after Melecio replicated his earlier play that gave the Green Archers a 78-70 buffer.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“We were focused,” said Green Archers head coach Aldin Ayo. “I always tell my players that there are situations that they should do on their own accord. If you want to win, you have to do things that are not asked of you.”Adamson fizzled in the second half after a strong start, going without a field goal for more than five minutes into the payoff period that allowed La Salle to take over. CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:00Chief Justice Peralta on upcoming UAAP game: UP has no match against UST01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Gameslast_img read more

Size counts in British sports

first_imgA few years ago, when I was helping out with the coaching of my son’s under-13 club cricket team in London, I would watch with great interest who the senior coaches would choose and how they would shape the teams of the under-11s, 13s and 15s. At one point I realised that several coaches were going for boys who had a certain height and bulk over slighter- built kids. It was bemusing, because, till then, I had always thought of cricket as being the one sport that was free from size- ist concepts.I understood the logic in a sport like, say, football: you had big bodies to play goalkeeper and to cover the goal, you then had to have tall bodies to jump higher than the defenders to head in the crosses, to stay on the ball when a defender tried to force you off, and the only place for someone slightly- built was in the mid- field, unless you happened to be a short but brutally powerful genius called something like Diego Maradona.Cricket, on the other hand, had always had a funny mix of heights and body types, with someone like Alan Knott (short, wafer- thin) and Tony Greig ( several inches over six feet and not too slight) able to pull the oars for the same team in the 1970s.I did understand that even Indian and Sri Lankan players were now getting bigger, while the old big- guy teams had plateaued out a bit, better enabling us southern subcontis to fight them. Nevertheless, this sorting out of boys at these early ages on cricket grounds in North London was, neverthless, a bit baffling.advertisementPersonalityIt was only when I overheard a conversation between two of the Englishmen weighing up a young all- rounder that I understood. “Think he could be a Fred?” asked one, “I reckon he’s got the build and the eye!” replied the other man.Suddenly, the penny dropped – they were, every club, colt, regional and county team, all of them, searching for the next Andrew ‘Freddie’ Flintoff. The phenomenon I observed was a few years before 2005.At that point, the English had been without the Ashes for nearly twenty years and they were, understandably desperate; several stars of the English team had played out their entire careers without once getting a sniff of the legendary urn and for every new talent England released onto the field, the Aussies would counter with two or three, all of them far better than anything the Poms had to offer.Think McGrath and Gillespie for Angus Fraser, think Mathew Hayden and Justin Langer for Graham Thorpe, think Shane Warne and Gilchrist for nobody comparable at all. The one cricketer that England had produced who struck some semblance of hesitation if not exactly fear in the opposition was the freak called Flintoff.Freddie was big, he was fast, he hit the ball hard, but most of all he had a certain physical personality that could impose itself on most opponents; the actual talent FF displayed with cricketing skills such as bowling, batting and fielding were, of course, crucial, but what really put both icing and cherry on the cake of hope was the maniacal scream that exploded out of him when he took a big wicket or the psycho- stare he gave a bowler after he’d hit him ( yet again) for a six.In the English imagination, Freddie was not so much a general or a commander as he was that solid oak of a Sergeant- Major who could both motivate the troops under him while nonchalantly taking out the German machine- gun nests single- handedly, handedly, time and time again.The problem was that, again, the idea had come from football. For all the refinements of the David Platts and Gary Linekers, the character England supporters really loved was the working- class hulk, Paul Gascoigne. Gascoigne wasn’t anywhere as big as Flintoff but he had the same big heart and manic personality.As he grew into his game, whatever slightness of body he had, disappeared. There does exist one of the great sports photographs of the ‘ hard man’ of football, Vinnie Jones, grabbing Gascoigne’s family area just before a free- kick melee, young Paul’s face grimacing in pain; but Jones could never get close to touching the epicentre of Gascoigne’s playing when he was at his peak.AshesHowever, for all his talents and promise, the over- riding visual most people have of Gascoigne was his face wracked with tears at his second yellow card in the 1990 World Cup semi- final against West Germany, after which England were knocked out on penalties.advertisementBy 2005, when Australia came to England to play, there was already a new, hulky- hope for English football in the shape of Wayne Rooney. Here was, to reverse the comparison, a Footballing Freddie, and one who, ironically, may have inspired Vaughan, Flintoff and Co. to finally wrest the Ashes back from the Aussies.The ‘ 05 Ashes were Flintoff’s great moment: there he was, always in the thick of the action; there he was, unflinching, seemingly devoid of any imagination that might include defeat, nervelessly pulling England through in the closest of Tests, not once but several times; there he was, psycho- scream put away, consoling Brett Lee at the end of the series; there he was, face bombed by the mother of all hangovers the day after the victory was sealed.One could have been forgiven for thinking then that this, finally, was the lift- off for a great cricketer from England – something the world had not seen for many decades.Instead, that Ashes win was to be the peak of Flintoff’s trajectory. What followed was hardly the stuff of Greek or Shakespearean tragedy. The steep decline in Fred F’s career was more suited to absurdist drama or the satires of Bertolt Brecht: in the return series Down Under, under his captaincy, (the absent commander was Michael Vaghan) the Australians tore England to shreds, giving them not even a consolation draw while taking the series 5- 0; then came the drunken wrestling math with the pedallo, or what became known as the Fredallo incident and then came the withdrawal, first from Tests, then ODIs and finally, last week, from cricket altogether.IndiaDoes Andrew Flintoff’s rapid deflation give any pause to the coaches in England from looking for a replacement- giant among the teens and pre- teenagers? Not a bit of it. Because, debuting in that lonesome English Ashes win of ’05 was an articulated lorry of a South African called Kevin Pietersen.Even as Rooney fails in the World Cup, even as the Pakistanis playing in some reverse- gear manage to work out Big Kev in the last series, I’m betting England’s cricket and football coaches are still laying their hopes on over- size super- structures of bone and muscle.The lesson in all this, at least for us Indians, is to remain aware of what has brought us to the top of cricketing pile: the spread of better nutrition across a large swathe of middle and lower- middleclass society, providing us a with a far more competitive talent- pool, a sharp rise in fitness, three or four wristy players who time and place the ball beautifully, one or two bowlers who bowl well ( but none of them bulky), and one short but muscular world- beater called Tendulkar.Yes, we must value the crazy strength of the Yuvvies and the Dhonis but we must also congratulate ourselves on the variation of body- types in the Indian team.advertisementJust as it is more healthy to eat fruit vegetables of different colours, each colour bringing a different nutrient, so it is more effective to weave together a team made from the different talents coming different physical characteristics. If we remember this, not only in cricket but in other sports as well, who knows? We might even see an Indian football team in the World Cup in our lifetimes.The writer is the author of The Last Jet-engine Laughlast_img read more


first_imgFINALS FEVER!!! The last day of Round games was the calm before the storm as teams jockeyed for finals berths at the Schools Sport Australia Combined Touch Tournament on the Gold Coast today. After taking the Dream World one day holiday, it was back to work for our Junior Touch stars who plied their trade for a grateful crowd who appreciated the efforts of players, referees, and coaches who continue to produce quality performances under sweltering conditions. The semi-finals jigsaw had final pieces inserted and all is in place for an exciting finals series. The 15 Years Boys semi-final schedule seeds an inform QLD as number one qualifiers. The Maroons will open proceedings tomorrow on field one after rounding off their preliminary games with copycat 12 -1 victories over Western Australia (6th Overall) and their semi-final opponents, Northern Territory. NSW produced a 28 -0 demolition of Tasmania and a 13 – 1 victory over the Territory Boys to set up a semi-final showdown with the ACT who had a 6 -5 Houdini like escape against Victoria and a comfortable 11 – 0 win over the Apple Islanders. Victoria and Tasmania will face off and South Australia will battle with Western Australia, with the respective winners advancing to the plate final. In the 15 Years Girls QLD and NSW `Tom cruised’ into the semi-finals with emphatic wins today. QLD made short work of the ACT 13 -1 then cut loose and rattled up a 23-0 score line over the Northern Territory. The Maroons will confront the ACT in their semi-final after completing a flawless run in the round games, whilst NSW will take on Western Australia in their semi-final after disposing of the Sandgropers 9 – 1 today, and South Australia 15 – 0. Western Australia bounced back from their defeat at the hands of NSW to beat Tasmania 7 -0 and advance to the semis. SA will meet NT and Victoria will clash with Tasmania for spots in the Plate Final. The 12 Years Boys and Girls had only the one round game today, and then played some lightning mixed games. The ten-minute games pitted Mixed combinations from the respective Girls and Boys State teams against each other for some fun and social touch. The kids had a ball and some of the Touch looked pretty good from where I was standing, the girls mixing it up with the best the boys had to offer – with this sort of talent on display the future of all forms of the game, including Mixed, looks pretty bright. In the 12 Years Tournament proper, the top three teams on points at the end of the round games go into Pool `A’ and the bottom three into Pool `B’. There are no grand finals in the 12 Years divisions, whichever team is placed the highest after all games is declared the overall winner. NSW put on a clinic with a professional 28 -0 victory over Tasmania in the 12 Years Boys to cement the top spot in Pool `A’. QLD comfortably defeated fellow Pool `A’ combatant, the ACT 13 – 0. NT, SA, and Tasmania will play each other to determine final rankings for the 2004 tournament. The QLD 12 Years Girls team’s quest for glory remains right on track after completing the preliminary games undefeated with the incredible figure of 87 touchdowns for and 0 against… Harry Potter wrapped in his cloak of invisibility couldn’t sneak past these girls! NSW who swept aside Tasmania 15 -0, will be joined in Pool `A’ by the Northern Territory, 8 -0 victors over South Australia. SA, ACT, and TAS will battle out the ranking games in the Pool `B’ series. So there you have it sports fans, the Finals series is shaping up better than Anthony Mundine to a forty -year-old opponent. The preliminary bouts tomorrow see the super powers NSW and QLD determined to produce the goods to set up a final confrontation in each division that will determine National champions for 2004. “Don’t stop fighting until the fight is done” Kevin Costner’s character Elliot Ness in the movie `The Untouchables’ famously said – the other competing States will be doing just that tomorrow – fighting as hard as possible to produce their best and prove that no one is untouchable. Ranking games, Semi-finals, and Grand finals are on the menu. Games start at 8.30 am, yes I know it’s early, so set the Alarm clock – not the VCR – c’mon we all know there’s no such thing as `live’ broadcasts, anyway, the atmosphere’s always better at the ground. Get down to Owen Park and cheer on our Touch stars of the future, it will be a fantastic day. Written by Karley Banks 29th October 2004.last_img

10 months agoAldridge convinced current Liverpool team best seen in 30 years

first_imgAldridge convinced current Liverpool team best seen in 30 yearsby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveJohn Aldridge says the current Liverpool team is the best seen in 30 years.Aldridge wrote for the Liverpool Echo: “This is the best Liverpool team since the title-winning side I played in back in 1987/88.”Over the past 30 years we’ve had some great teams but none of them have played consistently at the level we’re seeing from Jurgen Klopp ‘s side this season.”We famously went 29 games unbeaten from the start of the season en route to winning the title in 1988. I would absolutely love to see the current crop beat that record.”Can they do it? I don’t see any reason why not. They are 20 games unbeaten already and confidence is sky high after that 5-1 thrashing of Arsenal.”Going into 2019 seven points ahead of City is a great position to be in. Klopp and the players are saying all the right things about keeping their focus and not getting carried away.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

a month ago​Van Dijk full of praise for Liverpool teammate Matip

first_img​Van Dijk full of praise for Liverpool teammate Matipby Ansser Sadiqa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool defender Virgil Van Dijk singled out his Reds colleague Joel Matip for praise.The Netherlands and Reds centre-back was up for the FIFA Best Player award.Despite losing out to Lionel Messi, Van Dijk was honoured to be among the final three.And he believes that playing next to a player of Matip’s quality certainly helps him show his best qualities.He said to his club’s official website: “We call him Matop because he was that good yesterday!”We need everyone, that’s the message everyone knows in the team. Yesterday he was outstanding, as were all the players. It was a massive win. We do it all together.”In this vote, the country plays a part as well and I’m very proud that things have been going well at Liverpool and in our country things have been going in the right direction too.”We have to all keep it going, that’s the only way forward.” About the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

11 days agoMason slams Wales handling of James head injury

first_imgMason slams Wales handling of James head injuryby Paul Vegas11 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveRyan Mason has slammed Wales’ handling of a head injury to Manchester United winger Daniel James in Sunday’s 1-1 draw with Croatia.James appeared to be unconscious after clashing with opponent Domagoj Vida, but was allowed to continue in the match.Former Spurs midfielder Mason suffered a career-ending concussion in 2018 and believes Wales were wrong to permit James to play on.”Daniel James was just knocked out unconscious! Yet three minutes later he has been allowed back onto the pitch,” Mason posted on his Twitter account.Both James and Wales coach Ryan Giggs denied the Manchester United winger was unconscious after the incident. About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more