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Ricky Rubio’s injury lowers Cavs’ playoff ceiling, but defense, favorable schedule should help sustain success

Ricky Rubio knew something was wrong as soon as he went down. The Cleveland Cavaliers faithful held their collective breath late in the Cavs’ 108-104 road loss to the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday, hoping that Rubio’s waving gesticulations with his right hand were to indicate that he was going to be OK, rather than a plea for attention from the Cleveland Cavaliers training staff. The severity of the injury revealed itself just minutes later as Rubio was helped to the locker room without putting any pressure on his left leg.

On Wednesday, the worst suspicions were confirmed when ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported that Rubio had suffered a torn ACL in his left knee on the play, and will miss the remainder of the season.

It’s a devastating blow for the Cavs, who at 20-14 are the league’s biggest surprise success story of the season. A 10-year NBA vet, Rubio

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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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Nick Saban’s Success at Producing Consensus All-Americans is Way Beyond Anything College Football Has Seen Before

When it comes to assessing talent on college football teams, two obvious barometers are recruiting rankings and the NFL draft. 

One that’s in between the coming and going is being named an All-American, the best at each position for a given season. 

As demonstrated once again this week, Alabama stands out in attracting top prospects, and its been dominating at the pro level for a while, so it shouldn’t surprise anyone that the Crimson Tide under Nick Saban has ruled the All-American selections as well.

But the level to which it has done so has been stunning.

For consistency and simplicity purposes, this discussion will be limited to consensus first-season All-American status. 

For that, a player must be named first-team by the majority of the services recognized by the NCAA: American Football Coaches Association, Walter Camp Foundation, The Associated Press, Football Writers Association of America and Sporting News.

A year

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