FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLAS VEGAS (AP)-Utah State (12-5, 9-2) vs. UNLV (6-6, 3-2)Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas; Wednesday, 9 p.m. MSTBOTTOM LINE: Utah State seeks revenge on UNLV after dropping the first matchup in Las Vegas. The teams last faced each other on Jan. 25, when Utah State made only five 3-pointers on 22 attempts while the Runnin’ Rebels went 13 for 30 from distance on the way to a three-point victory.TEAM LEADERS: UNLV’s Bryce Hamilton has averaged 19.7 points, 5.4 rebounds and four assists while David Jenkins Jr. has put up 14.4 points. For the Aggies, Neemias Queta has averaged 12.4 points, 9.4 rebounds and three blocks while Justin Bean has put up 10.4 points and 7.3 rebounds.DIALING IT UP A NOTCH: The Aggies have scored 76.5 points per game and allowed 56.1 points per game against MWC opponents. Those are both noticeable improvements over the 67.4 points scored and 71.2 points given up per game to non-conference opponents.BRILLIANT BRYCE: Hamilton has connected on 35.5 percent of the 62 3-pointers he’s attempted. He’s also converted 73.5 percent of his foul shots this season.SLIPPING AT 74: UNLV is 0-6 this year when it allows 74 points or more and 6-0 when holding opponents to fewer than 74.BEHIND THE ARC: Utah State’s Brock Miller has attempted 97 3-pointers and connected on 42.3 percent of them, and is 12 for 23 over the last three games.DID YOU KNOW: Utah State is ranked first among MWC teams with an offensive rebound percentage of 35.8 percent. The Aggies have averaged 12.8 offensive boards per game. Written by January 27, 2021 /Sports News – Local Utah State seeks revenge on UNLV Tags: UNL V Men’s Basketball/Utah State Men’s Basketball Associated Press
Tweet Sharing is caring! 98 Views no discussions Share Share Share CoronavirusLifestyleLocalNews Health Authorities Recommend Leaving the Face Masks to the Professionals by: – March 9, 2020 (left) surgical mask and (right) n95 maskAmidst a global frenzy to stock up on face masks resulting in shortages in parts of the world, local authorities on advice from the World Health Organisation/Pan American Health Organisation is advising against its use as a protective measure against the coronavirus.Dominica’s Epidemiologist, Dr Ahmed Shalauddin, says the masks could make the public more susceptible to the illness and should be left to the frontline professionals.“WHO and PAHO recommendations are that the general public should not wear the masks,” he said. “There is a false sense of security in the masks; you think that you put the mask on and you are safe but actually, it makes you [aware] of it and you will fix the mask more often and in the process touch your face and contaminate yourself.“It is recommended that the health professionals who deal with the patients wear them. The recommendation is that the N95 masks is preferred especially for the frontline workers and healthcare professionals,” Dr Shalauddin says.
Loading… Caballero got the nod over Arrizabalaga for the final game of last season and the FA Cup Final and it seems more likely the veteran Argentinian will play.Chelsea will be without new trio Thiago Silva, Hakim Ziyech and Ben Chilwell at the Amex.Silva has been in quarantine since moving to London and was only due to train with Chelsea for the first time over the weekend.Ziyech will miss start of the season with the knee injury he suffered in a friendly at Brighton, while Chilwell is still recovering from a heel problem.Christian Pulisic returned to training on Wednesday following the hamstring injury he suffered in the FA Cup Final but he may not be risked.Read Also: Ligue 1: Neymar sees red as PSG finish with eight menCesar Azpilicueta also started training again on Wednesday so Monday may come too soon for him. Mateo Kovacic is suspended.Possible Chelsea XI to face Brighton (4-3-3): Caballero; James, Zouma, Rudiger, Alonso; Loftus-Cheek, Kante, Mount; Havertz, Werner, Hudson-OdoiFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Chelsea boss Frank Lampard must decide whether to start Willy Caballero or Kepa Arrizabalaga in goal against Brighton despite ongoing talks over a deal to sign Edouard Mendy from Rennes,Advertisement Promoted Content7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your PhoneA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?You’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime10 Awesome TV Series That Got Cancelled Way Too SoonBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?8 Scenes That Prove TV Has Gone Too Far14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now
Las Vegas casino executive Gamal Abdelaziz, who is accused of paying for his daughter to be admitted to USC as a false athletic recruit through the admissions scandal, submitted a request to the federal court in June to use Nixon Peabody as his defense, despite a potential conflict of interest due to the firm’s prior work for USC and for a Stanford University coach named in the admissions case. “There is no ‘direct adversity’ because there is no conflict between the legal rights and duties of USC and the legal rights and duties of Mr. Abdelaziz,” the order read. “Nor is there any material limitation on Nixon Peabody’s ability to represent Mr. Abdelaziz stemming from, for instance, USC sharing confidences with Nixon about the subject matter of this case (which it has not done).” Nixon Peabody’s prior relationship with USC and Vandemoer had previously raised questions about whether defending Abdelaziz would present a conflict of interest. However, Brian Kelly, a Nixon Peabody attorney representing Abdelaziz, stated that Vandemoer was not a cooperating witness in the admissions case and that the government likely will not call Vandemoer to testify against Abdelaziz. Abdelaziz faces charges of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and honest services mail and wire fraud, conspiracy to commit federal programs bribery and conspiracy to commit money laundering. He is one of 15 parents in the college admissions case, including 11 USC parents, who have pleaded not guilty and will stand trial beginning in October. Abdelaziz allegedly paid $300,000 to designate his daughter as a USC women’s basketball recruit in March 2018. He enlisted the help of scheme organizer William “Rick” Singer, who coordinated with senior associate athletic director Donna Heinel and former assistant women’s soccer coach Laura Janke to create a falsified recruitment profile for Abdelaziz’s daughter that listed several fabricated international basketball awards. Heinel then presented the profile to an admissions subcommittee, which extended Abdelaziz’s daughter an offer of conditional acceptance contingent on maintaining a 3.3 GPA during her final semester of high school, according to court documents. In an order filed in June, Abdelaziz’s defense contended that no conflict existed between Nixon Peabody representing Abdelaziz and USC because of the differences in the subject matter of each case and stated the University had not shared information about the admissions case with the law firm. Firm Nixon Peabody represented USC in a case involving health care and intellectual property and currently represents John Vandemoer, a Stanford sailing coach who accepted $610,000 in bribes to facilitate the admission of two Stanford applicants as sailing recruits in the Operation Varsity Blues case. Gamal Abdelaziz allegedly paid $300,000 to falsely designate his daughter as a basketball recruit to secure admission to USC. (Vincent Leo | Daily Trojan)