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Tiger Woods: Playing with Son Charlie at PNC Championship Was ‘Worth All the Pain’ | Bleacher Report

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Tiger Woods had not played in a tournament after a car accident in February until this weekend’s PNC Championship with his son Charlie, and the duo put on quite the show, finishing in second place at 25 under.

After the tournament, Woods spoke about being back on the links and what it meant to play with his son:

“The competitive juices, they are never going to go away. This is my environment. This is what I’ve done my entire life. I’m just so thankful to be able to have this opportunity to do it again. Earlier this year was not a very good start to the year, and it didn’t look very good. But the last few weeks, to push as hard as we have the last seven months with taking no days off and just working our butts off each and every day, and to have

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Why NorthWood is playing through tragedy

Malachi Emmons woke up to his phone blowing up with texts about this biggest play of his high school basketball career.

Everybody at school the next day couldn’t stop talking about it with him either.

“Honestly the next day I think I watched that video in like two or three classes,” Emmons said. “The teacher brought it up on the board.”

More:Michigan boys basketball preview: Local teams in search of success and season nears

The video in question was of Emmons’ right-wing, 28-foot, game-winning heave at the buzzer which helped Concord defeat South Bend Saint Joseph, 56-53 last Tuesday night, and was featured as the No. 1 play on SportsCenter’s Top-10 plays of the night.

Thousands across the country have seen the play, either live on television or on social media. And Emmons, a senior guard, is soaking in all his time in the spotlight.

“Honestly, I didn’t know

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Sportscenter, playing through tragedy and big second-half scoring

Elkhart's Malachi Emmons (25)  works against  Gary Westside in a boys regional semifinal game Saturday, March 13, 2021 at Michigan City High School. Emmons returns to play for Concord this season after spending a year at Elkhart.

Elkhart’s Malachi Emmons (25) works against Gary Westside in a boys regional semifinal game Saturday, March 13, 2021 at Michigan City High School. Emmons returns to play for Concord this season after spending a year at Elkhart.

Malachi Emmons woke up to his phone blowing up with texts about this biggest play of his high school basketball career.

Everybody at school the next day couldn’t stop talking about it with him either.

“Honestly the next day I think I watched that video in like two or three classes,” Emmons said. “The teacher brought it up on the board.”

More: Michigan boys basketball preview: Local teams in search of success and season nears

The video in question was of Emmons’ right-wing, 28-foot, game-winning heave at the buzzer which helped Concord defeat South Bend Saint Joseph, 56-53 last Tuesday night, and was featured as the No. 1 play on SportsCenter’s Top-10 plays

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Nintendo and Sony are playing different games when it comes to TV advertising

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Nintendo flat-out dominated video game national TV advertising for the first half of 2021. But depending on your programming of choice, you may not have noticed.

Overall, the industry drove 3.73 billion TV ad impressions, with an estimated $32.4 million spent, according to TV ad measurement and attribution company iSpot.tv.

Nintendo rules the year so far, with 68% of total ad impressions. The company commands 12 of the top 20 individual spots of the year to date and every one of the top five. And it paid for it, too. According to iSpot data, Nintendo is solely responsible for nearly half (47.7%) of gaming’s overall TV ad spend for the year.

Sony’s PlayStation follows with 20.2% of impressions and 30.2% of spend. Microsoft’s Xbox, meanwhile, has 4.4% of impressions and 13.6% of spend.

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