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On Saturday, Knicks Coach Jeff Hornacek acknowledged that the team was going back to the basics on offense. And under the team’s president, Phil Jackson, that means the irresistible pull of the triangle.
The driver was taken into custody, said Beau Tidwell, a spokesman for the New Orleans Police Department. “This was a tragedy that came from someone making bad decisions with alcohol and vehicles.”
Yes, it was the Film Independent Spirit Awards, the annual beachfront antidote to the Academy Awards, the pre-Oscars event where films made for a mere $20 million or less are celebrated, bubbly flows copiously, and attendees exude giddy relief that the end of awards season is just a day away.
Chris Kreider, Oscar Lindberg and Adam Clendening also scored for the Rangers. Antti Raanta had 34 saves, including a stop on a breakaway by Kyle Palmieri just before Zibanejad scored.
Journalists, their subscriptions and ratings spiking, howled about another move to undercut the role the free press plays in a democracy (which “Dies in Darkness” as the new Washington Post slogan has it). The administration doubled down on its antipress aggression, this time declaring it was “going to get worse every day” for these “globalist” and “corporatist” journalists (and other such gobbledygook from the former Goldman Sachs executive Stephen K. Bannon).
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