LeBron James showed up alone 10 hours before Game 2 to work on his shot

LeBron James was the first one in the arena practicing for the Cavaliers ahead of their matchup against the Boston Celtics. James was as confident as ever after the Cavaliers loss in Game 1, but was sure to already have a sweat going as his teammates made their way into the building. LeBron James has never been shy about the hard work he puts into being the greatest basketball player on the planet, and on Tuesday morning he added yet another chapter to a lifetime of self-discipline, showing up at 10:30 a.m. for the Cavaliers shootaround ahead of Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Hours before game 2 of… Read More

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The Morning After: Rockies rookie outfielder Noel Cuevas breaks down first big league home run

Rockies rookie Noel Cuevas went deep for the first time in his big league career on Monday night, and the outfielder said the milestone was made even sweeter by the timing of the hit in Colorado’s 6-4 win over the Padres. “That was the first thing in my mind — ‘This is a good homer right here,’” Cuevas said. “We got the lead back, and the momentum went back our way especially since (Daniel) Castro opened up the inning with a homer that tied the game.” Cuevas’ 362-foot shot to left gave the Rockies’ a 3-2 advantage in the fifth before the homer was thrown back onto the field by… Read More

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Meghan Markle’s Dad Changes His Mind Again, Wants To Walk Daughter Down The Aisle Now

Dude, figure it out! Meghan Markle’s father Thomas caused a total crisis yesterday by telling TMZ that he had decided not to attend the royal wedding after his staged paparazzi photos scandal, but now he’s saying that he wants to be there, if his health will allow. The bride-to-be’s dad says he suffered a heart attack a week ago, and he’s back in the hospital for a series of tests. If the doctors give him the all clear to fly to England, he still wants to walk his daughter down the aisle. For those that assume she wouldn’t want him to after all this drama, you’re wrong! Mr. Markle says… Read More

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I interviewed over 300 highly successful people about their morning routines — here are 5 things they do to have a focused and productive day, every day

Benjamin Spall and Michael Xander have spent years interviewing successful people for their new book, “My Morning Routine: How Successful People Start Every Day Inspired.” Looking at the morning routines of everyone from the president of Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios, Ed Catmull, to fitness expert Jillian Michaels, they realized that there are five things highly successful people do to ensure they have a productive day. From planning out your day in advance to focusing on more than just work, here is how to start every day inspired. Whenever you see a headline like this, there’s a good chance you become immediately skeptical — and rightly so. What can… Read More

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If you preorder LG’s new iPhone X clone, you can get a free 4K HDR TV — but only if you live in Canada

LG is about to launch a sweet promotion: If you preorder the company’s new LG G7 Thinq smartphone, you can get a 43-inch 4K HDR TV for free. Unfortunately, the promotion is only available in Canada, and it’s only for a limited time. You’ll need to provide proof of your purchase on LG’s website before July 31, 2018, to be eligible for the freebie. LG is running a great promotion for its new smartphone, the LG G7 Thinq, which looks an awful lot like Apple’s iPhone X but runs Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box. If you live in Canada, and you preorder the LG G7 Thinq smartphone between… Read More

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Letter: Southern California water agencies are railroading local districts

SoCal water agencies are railroading local districts Re: “Water district delays $650 million vote on tunnels project” (Page B1, May 4): At a recent SCVWD Board meeting there was strong-arm move by three of the directors to slam dunk their approval of the governor’s twin megatunnels. By an unfortunate parliamentary move, they shamefully preempted their colleagues on the board and the large numbers of members of the public who were waiting to give their opinions. Related Articles Letter: PG&E line maintenance not matching the utility’s claims Letter: Measure B exempts the developers from public environmental review Letter: Proposed Farm Bill denies food aid to children over 6 Letter: Jason Baker… Read More

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