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Tom Izzo excited to have Michigan State’s next football-basketball athlete in Keon Coleman

Tom Izzo has had football players play basketball on his team going back to his early years when Nick Saban was the Spartans’ football.

He had them in subsequent years, under John L. Smith and Mark Dantonio, too.

Now, Izzo is set to have the latest player cross Shaw Lane and play at the Breslin Center in the second year of Mel Tucker’s tenure at Michigan State.

Keon Coleman, a three-star wide receiver prospect from Louisiana, signed his letter of intent with the Spartans football program on Wednesday and made it clear that he plans on playing basketball as well as football.

More than 10 years after Michigan State had its last football/basketball dual-sport athlete, Izzo is excited to have one again.

“I love two-sport guys,” Izzo said on Thursday. “I’ve loved two-sport guys since I was one myself at a very small, small school. I’ve always appreciated guys that

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LeBron James Calls Woman Ejected from Lakers Game After Heckling Him ‘Courtside Karen’

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Fans sitting courtside at Monday’s game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Atlanta Hawks were ejected from the State Farm Arena after getting into a verbal altercation with LeBron James.

According to ESPN, Hawks fan Juliana Carlos and her husband, Chris Carlos, traded barbs with James, 36, in the fourth quarter of the game, which the Lakers won over the home team, 107-99.

In a video shared on Twitter by SportsCenter, Juliana can be seen without a mask — a violation of the NBA’s rules for fans attending games in person — shouting from her courtside seat at James, who could be seen seemingly speaking in response. A security staffer then approached Juliana as she sat back in her seat.

ESPN confirmed that Juliana, Chris and two other spectators were then removed from the game.

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Sport England announces ‘golden reset’ to transform fitness and tackle obesity

Children and the most disadvantaged in society have been put at the heart of a “golden reset” for sport and activity, with Sport England announcing a new 10-year strategy to transform fitness levels and tackle obesity. As part of the plan, an additional £50m of support will be given to help grassroots sports such as netball and rugby recover from Covid-19 in 2021.



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a stop sign with graffiti on the side of a brick building: Sport England say their new strategy will work to get the nation on its feet through a combination of targeted investment, innovation, and the use new technologies.


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Sport England say their new strategy will work to get the nation on its feet through a combination of targeted investment, innovation, and the use new technologies.

The announcement is part of a concerted effort to tackle activity levels that dropped markedly in the global pandemic and to address growing sporting inequalities.

Related: TikTok and Joe Wicks help more girls get active amid pandemic, survey finds

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Lewis Harrison – A Fitness Model & Entrepreneur Generating $30K Per Week Through Social Media – Shares His Secrets to Success | News

NEW YORK, Feb. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — After helping multiple businesses surpass and crush their goals – Lewis Harrison – an exceptionally successful business mentor and social media icon – has started his own business venture with digital marketing agency Lucrative Social. In this venture, Lewis and his team teach students all the skills necessary to scale their online fitness businesses to way beyond six figures.

Lewis started his career as a soccer player and eventually chose to become a personal trainer and fitness model. That’s how it all began: with his love for sports and physical activity. Taking this content online, his social media content and workouts attracted the masses, which further contributed to his growth and development as an online trainer.

All of his hard work paid off, and his massive fame got the attention of several companies, renowned photographers and international magazines. Flex Magazine (USA

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