NBA World Reacts To The Kevin Durant Injury News

Kevin Durant sitting on the Nets' bench.

Kevin Durant sitting on the Nets’ bench.

The Brooklyn Nets continue to deal with injury problems.

Brooklyn’s star forward, Kevin Durant, has been back for a couple of games, but the two-time NBA champion has been sidelined once again.

Durant, 32, had to be helped off the floor with an apparent leg injury during Sunday’s game against the Miami Heat.

“Kevin Durant is out for the remainder of the game due to a left thigh contusion,” the Nets announced on Sunday.

The Nets are easily the most-talented team in the Eastern Conference, though they’ve dealt with several notable absences over the course of the season. Durant has been injured for much of the year and Kyrie Irving has missed several games due to personal reasons.

“We’re kind of used to it now,” Nets coach Steve Nash told ESPN. “We’ve had a lot thrown and us, different lineups. Obviously, we

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Saquon Barkley Had 1-Word Reaction To Kenny Golladay News

Saquon Barkley running the ball for the New York Giants.

Saquon Barkley running the ball for the New York Giants.

If anyone has a reason to be thrilled for Kenny Golladay joining the New York Giants it’s star running back Saquon Barkley. Bringing a Pro Bowler like Golladay will make the Giants’ offense more explosive, and Barkley knows it.

Taking to Twitter on Saturday, Barkley expressed just how thrilled he was. He retweeted the SportsCenter announcement that Golladay was joining the team with one word: “!!!!YESSSIRRR”

The feeling definitely seems to be mutual among all of Barkley’s fans. The comments section of his post is filled to the brim with Giants fans excited to see what the team can do now that Golladay is on board.

Barkley’s post received over 20,000 likes, 2,500 retweets and 200 comments in a day. Later that day, Barkley retweeted a message from Golladay himself, who seemed very excited about joining Big Blue.

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Marshall Police Department announces no racial profiling complaints for 2020 | News

During Thursday’s city council meeting Marshall Police Chief Cliff Carruth presented the department’s annual Racial Profiling Report, announcing that the department received no racial profiling complaints in 2020.

Carruth said that the report is a part of the Sandra Bland act, and covers vehicle to vehicle stops only. The department hires an outside professional to perform the audit each year, along with verifying the department’s collection process, complaint process and policies and procedures.

“I certainly wanted to show the public and the council that we want to be transparent, and have someone come in and do this report for us,” Carruth said.

Additionally during the meeting, councilmembers voted to approve a resolution that canceled the city general election for Districts 1, 2 and 4, due to the races going uncontested. Incumbent councilmember Amy Ware, Leo Morris and Marvin Bonner were the sole candidates, and will be re-sworn into office in

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Man’s teary face symbolizes Bills fans’ reaction to playoff win | Local News

The image of Poch’s crinkled face shown on SportsCenter and posted on Twitter by his cousin elicited all kinds of reaction from legions of Bills fans around the country.

“I cried b4 & after the came and idc who knows it,” tweeted one fan.

“This man is all of us,” said another.

Indeed, people from all over have been reaching out to the 40-year-old project manager for a Buffalo software company and father of three. He said people tell him he is a “symbol” for so many haunted by dreaded terms such as “the Ronnie Harmon drop,” “wide right” or “home run throwback” – all reminders of heart-breaking post-season losses.

Now he’s gearing up for what he hopes will be more playoff wins and a solid team for years to come.

“I think they’ve got a really good shot at this,” he said. “They’ve got a great coach, a great

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