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    As the saying goes, snitches get ... criticized on social media. The hashtag "LeSnitch" is trending on Twitter as users call out NBA star LeBron James for apparently getting referees Wednesday to eject two courtside fans. James, who plays for the Los Angeles Lakers, was just back from a suspension for hitting a Detroit Pistons player. It was overtime in one of James's best games of the season, defeating the Indiana Pacers 124-116, and it's unclear why the fans were kicked out. He was seen speaking with an official, pointing at two fans who had been near him while he was in the middle of a play. When security led the two off the court, one of the fans imitated a baby crying. LEBRON JAMES MOCKS KYLE RITTENHOUSE FOR CRYING ON THE STAND, SAYS 'THAT BOY' ATE 'LEMON HEADS' BEFORE TRIAL LeBron is not happy with these Pacers fans pic.twitter.com/ymuiIquZi9— NBA Central (@TheNBACentral) November 25, 2021 Twitter users condemned James, with some saying he can stand up to basketball fans supporting the league but not to China. #Lesnitch...
    One would think that the player who did the fouling and injuring would be the one who gets the stiffer suspension, but that apparently doesn’t apply when one of the players involved is LeBron James. On Sunday night, LeBron and the Lakers defeated the Detroit Pistons 121-116. But before the final buzzer sounded, LeBron committed a flagrant foul against Detroit’s Isaiah Stewart as the Pistons shot free throws. The cheap shot from James left Stewart bloodied and understandably enraged. LeBron and Isaiah Stewart get into it ???? Wow. pic.twitter.com/VJFntCo6cY — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) November 22, 2021 The Flagrant 2 from James earned him only his second suspension in his nearly 20-year career. LeBron was ejected after the Lakers-Pistons game got physical. Its his second career ejection. pic.twitter.com/upt5lWjKIQ — ESPN (@espn) November 22, 2021 Another angle shows just how atrocious James’ cheap shot truly was. Stewart clearly had leverage on him and was getting pushed out of the way. LeBron has been ejected after this flagrant 2 foul pic.twitter.com/CLbr3h6Zrz — NBA Central (@TheNBACentral) November 22, 2021 On Monday, it was announced...
    Latest Astroworld Lawsuit Filed by Family of 9-Year-Old Boy “Trampled” at Festival 13 sly ways to trick yourself into saving more money Denver's win over Miami on Monday ended on an ugly note. In the closing minutes of the game, Heat forward Markieff Morris delivered a hard intentional foul on Nuggets star Nikola Jokic. Jokic responded by shoving Morris in the back, sending him to the ground. A stretcher was brought out for Morris, who remained on the floor for several minutes, but he was eventually able to walk to the locker room under his own power. The Heat announced that Morris received an apparent neck injury. Both players were ejected, Morris receiving a flagrant foul 2 and Jokic receiving an unsportsmanlike conduct foul. Jimmy Butler, who was shouting at Jokic while he was on Denver's bench, also received a technical. Here's a video of the full sequence: Nikola Jokic clobbers Markieff Morris from behind late in the fourth quarter and things get intense. pic.twitter.com/9RclknqIKB— Bally Sports Sun: HEAT (@BallyHEAT) November 9, 2021 How many games will Nikola Jokic be suspended? On Tuesday, the...
    California becomes first state to mandate high school ethnic studies course North Carolina teacher accused of telling Black students they could be field slaves resigns The Gonzaga Bulldogs will not have Mark Few for the team's first regular season game. Few was suspended Saturday after he was pulled over by police and received a DUI charge in September. Few is suspended until Nov. 13. He will not attend the annual Numerica Kraziness in the Kennel event Saturday. He'll also miss the team's two exhibition games and its regular season opener against Dixie State on Nov. 9. Few's suspension ends Nov. 13, which means he will be available when Gonzaga takes on Texas. Few released a statement Saturday confirming the suspension and apologizing for his actions. Gonzaga confirms that Mark Few will miss Kraziness in the Kennel today, as well as the first two exhibition games and the first game of the season against Dixie State. He’ll be back for the Texas game. Full statement from Few below: pic.twitter.com/NHtw4swQ6n— Brenna Greene (@BrennaGreene_) October 9, 2021 Athletic director Chris Standiford also...
    Gabby Petito fiancé Brian Laundrie is not missing, he is hiding, attorney for her family says Police arrest man in connection with a fatal shooting at a casino in Mississippi © Provided by Sports Illustrated White Sox manager Tony La Russa was suspended for one game after he was ejected during the same inning when he confronted the umpires. View the original article to see embedded media.White Sox pitcher Mike Wright was issued a three-game suspension for intentionally hitting designated hitter Shohei Ohtani on Thursday. White Sox manager Tony La Russa was issued a one-game suspension after both he and Wright were ejected. Wright missed badly on his first two pitches against Ohtani and on the third he hit him in the leg. Officials conferred after Ohtani took his base and ejected Wright in the ninth inning. La Russa left the dugout to get an explanation but was eventually ejected and was visibly upset. It was the 91st ejection of his career.  Wright is planning on appealing the decision, but La Russa cannot appeal his suspension.  The Angels went...
    Albertsons CEO Tells Jim Cramer COVID Fueled Change Stocks Rise as Powell Testifies and Bitcoin Recovers Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto was sent to the showers in the first inning of Saturday's showdown with the San Diego Padres for arguing a call he probably should've just let go and then refusing to leave the field. © Kareem Elgazzar via Imagn Content Services, LLC Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto (19) walks to force in a run with the bases loaded during the sixth inning of a baseball game against the Colorado Rockies. Joey Votto has been ejected from today's game. He struck out on a check swing and had words for the umpires after the call. pic.twitter.com/LbAiIx7JIw— FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) June 19, 2021 Per Mark Sheldon of the MLB website, the six-time All-Star and one-time Most Valuable Player appealed the two-game suspension he initially received for his actions and served a reduced one-game ban for the Tuesday afternoon game at the Minnesota Twins. "The quick turnaround, we have an off-day [Wednesday] -- give him a couple...
    (CNN)Connecticut Sun head coach and general manager Curt Miller has been fined $10,000 and suspended for one game after making a comment to a game official regarding Liz Cambage of the Las Vegas Aces, the WNBA said Monday. In an Instagram story, Cambage said that Miller tried to get a call from one of the officials during Sunday's game between the Aces and Sun. According to Cambage, Miller said, "Come on, she's 300 pounds.""I will never let a man disrespect me, ever, ever, ever, especially a little White one," Cambage said, noting that she is 6 feet, 8 inches tall, and weighs 235 pounds."Don't ever try to disrespect me or another woman in the league," Cambage said.On Monday, before the suspension and fine was announced, Miller apologized.Read More"During last night's game, while arguing a call with an official, I made an inappropriate and offensive comment in reference to Liz Cambage's height and weight," Miller said in a statement released by the Sun. "I regret what I said in the heat of the moment and want to sincerely apologize to Liz...
    MIAMI — Miami Marlins rookie right-hander Paul Campbell was suspended 80 games on Monday after testing positive for an anabolic steroid in violation of Major League Baseball’s drug program. The suspension involving the performance-enhancing drug dehydrochlormethyltestosterone was effective immediately, MLB said. The 25-year-old Campbell, a Rule 5 acquisition in December from Tampa Bay, said he never knowingly ingested the PED, or had even heard of it. “Due to the fact that I do not know the origin of how this substance has entered into my system, I currently have no viable defense,” Campbell said in a statement. “I have unfortunately become one of the many athletes, across multiple sports, who are presenting themselves to the world and asking for members of the anti-doping world to help us find answers as to why this metabolite is continuing to show up in athletes’ bodies, and ultimately costing them significant detours in their careers.” Campbell apologized for bringing “negative light” to those who believe in him. He made his big league debut this season and was 0-2 with an 8.74 ERA in five...
    MIAMI (AP) — Miami Marlins rookie right-hander Paul Campbell was suspended 80 games on Monday after testing positive for an anabolic steroid in violation of Major League Baseball’s drug program. The suspension involving the performance-enhancing drug dehydrochlormethyltestosterone was effective immediately, MLB said. READ MORE: Woman Killed In South Miami-Dade Shooting The 25-year-old Campbell, a Rule 5 acquisition in December from Tampa Bay, said he never knowingly ingested the PED, or had even heard of it. “Due to the fact that I do not know the origin of how this substance has entered into my system, I currently have no viable defense,” Campbell said in a statement. “I have unfortunately become one of the many athletes, across multiple sports, who are presenting themselves to the world and asking for members of the anti-doping world to help us find answers as to why this metabolite is continuing to show up in athletes’ bodies, and ultimately costing them significant detours in their careers.” READ MORE: Card Sound Road Temporarily Closed Due To Nearby Brush Fire Campbell apologized for bringing “negative light” to those...
    Miami Marlins rookie right-hander Paul Campbell was suspended 80 games on Monday after testing positive for an anabolic steroid in violation of Major League Baseball's drug program. The suspension involving the performance-enhancing drug dehydrochlormethyltestosterone was effective immediately, MLB said. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The 25-year-old Campbell, a Rule 5 acquisition in December from Tampa Bay, said he never knowingly ingested the PED, or had even heard of it. "Due to the fact that I do not know the origin of how this substance has entered into my system, I currently have no viable defense," Campbell said in a statement. "I have unfortunately become one of the many athletes, across multiple sports, who are presenting themselves to the world and asking for members of the anti-doping world to help us find answers as to why this metabolite is continuing to show up in athletes’ bodies, and ultimately costing them significant detours in their careers." CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Campbell apologized for bringing "negative light" to those who believe in him. He made his...
    The 25 greatest characters from Quentin Tarantino films Surprisingly expensive products from Costco Absolutely nothing went right for the Dallas Mavericks on Sunday, as they lost 111-99 to the Sacramento Kings. In the process they shot 17.1 percent from 3-point land, turned the ball over 16 times and both Luka Doncic and coach Rick Carlisle were ejected. © Provided by CBS Sports To some extent you have to just write these kind of games off and move on to the next one, but it gets tougher to do that this late in the season, especially when the loss can have a big impact moving forward. After picking up two technicals in this game, Doncic now has 15 for the season, which means he'll be suspended for a game if he picks up another one.  Doncic's ejection came with less than a minute to play, and seemed to stun the young star. Coming out of a timeout, he had a brief conversation with the referees, and then was hit with a second technical and kicked out of the game. Luka...
    Ryan Tepera was suspended three games, while David Ross received a one-game ban, but that wasn’t enough to satisfy Brewers manager Craig Counsell. Major League Baseball took a step towards making a statement against the unwritten rules of the game on Thursday with their punishment of both Tepera and Ross. Tepera, the pitcher who threw behind opposing hurler Brandon Woodruff, called the league “soft” as a result. Ross was also unhappy, but as the team’s manager and unquestioned leader, was bound to receive some sort of suspension. Despite MLB’s unprecedented decision to punish Tepera and Ross despite the fact Woodruff wasn’t actually hit by a pitch, Counsell thinks it wasn’t enough. “Nothing has changed in their (the league) policy. I don’t think what they’re doing is any deterrent at all,” Counsell said, per ESPN’s Jesse Rogers.Brewers manager Craig Counsell isn’t necessarily wrongMLB was between a rock and a hard place. There remains a good chance Tepera could win his appeal against the league, meaning his suspension would be reduced. Had they gone even further with the punishment of both he...
    Fred VanVleet had one reaction after learning about his one-game suspension following the Raptors and Lakers’ on-court scuffle on Tuesday night — laughter. The Raptors guard tweeted a simple “lol” in reaction to the news, which the league announced on Thursday. Raptors guard DeAndre’ Bembry and Lakers guard Talen Horton-Tucker joined VanVleet with a one-game ban apiece. The three were suspended without pay for leaving their respective benches during the scuffle. Additionally, fines were given to Toronto forward O.G. Anunoby and Lakers forward Montrezl Harrell for their roles in Tuesday’s altercation. Anunoby was fined $30,000 for initiating the incident by grabbing Lakers guard Dennis Schroder by the leg and “recklessly flipping him to the ground” after the two became entangled following a common foul committed by Schroder. Harrell, for his part, was fined $20,000 for “aggressively entering the altercation and shoving Raptors guard Gary Trent Jr.” Both Anunoby and Harrell received technical fouls for the on-court incident and were subsequently ejected. Following the game — which ended in a Lakers 110-101 win — Harrell expressed...
    More On: nba USWNT trailblazer had epic response to Draymond Green’s women’s sports comments Cavaliers forward lost 20 pounds in one week battling mystery illness Kawhi Leonard’s free agency will look very different this time around Nets admit obvious about Big 3 issue: ‘not ideal’ Fred VanVleet had one reaction after learning about his one-game suspension following the Raptors and Lakers’ on-court scuffle on Tuesday night — laughter. The Raptors guard tweeted a simple “lol” in reaction to the news, which the league announced on Thursday. Raptors guard DeAndre’ Bembry and Lakers guard Talen Horton-Tucker joined VanVleet with a one-game ban apiece. The three were suspended without pay for leaving their respective benches during the scuffle. Additionally, fines were given to Toronto forward O.G. Anunoby and Lakers forward Montrezl Harrell for their roles in Tuesday’s altercation. Anunoby was fined $30,000 for initiating the incident by grabbing Lakers guard Dennis Schroder by the leg and “recklessly flipping him to the ground” after the two became entangled following a common foul committed by Schroder. Harrell, for his part,...
    The Walking Dead writer says fans were likely never going to see Daryl and Leah kiss even if we werent in a pandemic 48% of Women Don’t Want to Go Back to Work in the Office Full Time Creighton coach Greg McDermott will end up missing one game due to suspension for remarks he made to his team following last Saturday’s loss to Xavier. © Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports Creighton Bluejays head coach Greg McDermott Creighton athletic director Bruce Rasmussen announced Monday that McDermott has been reinstated and will coach the team during the Big East Tournament, citing McDermott’s actions since making the remark about needing his team to stick together and “stay on the plantation.” McDermott will also participate in a campus program with the Racial Equality Institute. Coach McDermott has been reinstated for all team activities. pic.twitter.com/IvlcXh7YBx — Barstool Jays (@BarstoolJays) March 8, 2021 McDermott was initially handed an indefinite suspension on Thursday for making the “plantation” analogy. He said he offered to resign in light of the remark. Ultimately, he will miss one game, with Creighton...
    One person killed in shooting at George Floyd memorial site in Minneapolis China exports spike to highest in decades after Covid-19 hit Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Tom Wilson has received a lengthy suspension from the NHL. This time, there are a lot of people defending the Washington Capitals forward. © Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports Wilson was suspended seven games, the league announced on Saturday night. The suspension stemmed from a hit Wilson delivered on Friday night against Boston Bruins defenseman Brandon Carlo. The player safety committee viewed the hit as a boarding violation. The NHL’s Player Safety Decisions department said in a video announcing the suspension that Wilson “drove [Carlo] violently into the glass and caused an injury.” The suspension was announced after Wilson had a hearing with the Player Safety department earlier in the evening. Capitals head coach Peter Laviolette said on Saturday that he did not believe the hit merited a suspension. “I mean, to me, it was a hockey hit. If this is a suspendable play then all hitting really is going to...
    Getty Barcelona duo Lionel Messi and Frenkie de Jong are both at risk of picking up a suspension and will be handed an automatic one-match ban if either is booked against Osasuna on Sunday in La Liga. The two stars are both on four bookings in the league in 2020-21 and one more comes with a ban for yellow-card accumulation. If either player goes into the referee’s notebook against Osasuna they would be ruled out of Barca’s next league game against Huesca at the Camp Nou on March 15. Huesca are currently bottom of the table which means that coach Ronald Koeman may not been too disappointed if either were to miss the match and see their disciplinary slate wiped clean, particularly as Barca’s next league game is a tricky trip to fifth-placed Real Sociedad. Follow the Heavy on Barcelona Facebook page for the latest breaking news, rumors and content!Barcelona Squad NamedBoth Messi and De Jong are in Koeman’s squad for the trip to Osasuna. The Dutchman has named 21 players in his matchday squad but is without...
    SILVER LAKE, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A mural has popped up in Silver Lake in honor of Dodgers reliever Joe Kelly's pouty face that he made during a game against the Houston Astros earlier this season.That expression was one of the many memorable moments during a July game in which long-simmering tensions between the two teams bubbled up.Kelly, the hard-throwing reliever prone to occasional wildness, mocked Carlos Correa with the pouty face as we walked off the mound after striking him out and exchanged words, prompting both benches to clear and offering a snapshot of the hostility that appeared to stem from the 2017 Astros sign-stealing scandal that broke last year.EMBED More News Videos Dodgers reliever Joe Kelly received an eight-game suspension from Major League Baseball for his role in a benches-clearing confrontation in Houston. Kelly also threw a host of questionable pitches during the game, resulting in an eight-game suspension and a one-game suspension for L.A. manager Dave Roberts.Fans can find the mural that captures that moment on the back of Floyd's 99 Barbershop on Sunset Boulevard. For those...
    Blakes health improving, but family says reform is not Wingstop CEO sticks by plans for new stores, hires as industry struggles Aroldis Chapman to appeal suspension for throwing at Rays Major League Baseball has issued suspensions to Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman and manager Aaron Boone for their conduct during Tuesday’s win over Tampa Bay. Rays manager Kevin Cash also received a short ban. Chapman will sit for three games, while the two managers will be suspended for a game apiece. Boone and Cash will serve those penalties in the clubs’ matchup Wednesday, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports. © Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman will appeal his three-game suspension for throwing at the head of a Rays batter. Chapman will appeal his suspension, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com was among those to report. However, MLB noted in its statement that Chapman “intentionally” threw at the head of the Rays’ Mike Brosseau in the teams’ game Tuesday, which could make it harder to land a reduced ban. Chapman uncorked a 101 mph fastball at Brosseau at a time when the Yankees were...
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    Getty Images Chiefs CB Bashaud Breeland signed a one-year deal in Kansas City last March. The Kansas City Chiefs might have to begin their Super Bowl defense campaign without their starting cornerback. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Bashaud Breeland is facing a four-game suspension for “violating the NFL policy of substances of abuse.” Should that be upheld, the former Clemson Tiger will miss the home opener against the Houston Texans and games against AFC rivals the Los Angeles Chargers, Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots. Chiefs’ starting right cornerback Bashaud Breeland is facing a four-game suspension for violating the NFL policy of substances of abuse, per source. Breeland expected to miss games against Texans, Chargers, Ravens and Patriots. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 19, 2020 Last year, Breeland recorded 47 tackles, two interceptions, eight passes defended and two fumble recoveries, including one he returned for over 100 and a touchdown for his side. An interception during Super Bowl LIV was one of the many defensive stops that helped Kansas City win their first title in 50 years....
    Poll workers: States scramble to recruit 2020 election workers amid pandemic With test delays across country, Kroger and CVS Health say they can help businesses, college campuses Giannis Antetokounmpos one-game suspension for headbutting an opponent will cost him almost $180,000 © Getty/Harry How Giannis Antetokounmpo. Getty/Harry How Giannis Antetokounmpo has been suspended for one game without pay for head butting the Washington Wizards Moe Wagner. Antetokounmpo was ejected in the second quarter of Milwaukee Bucks' 126-113 win over the Wizards on Tuesday. He will now miss the Bucks' final game of the regular season, which is against the Memphis Grizzlies on Thursday. According to ESPN's Bobby Marks, the suspension will cost the 25-year-old $178,225. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Giannis Antetokounmpo has been suspended for one game without pay for head butting an opponent during the Milwaukee Bucks' 126-113 win over the Washington Wizards on Tuesday, according to the NBA. Antetokounmpo was ejected in the second quarter after an altercation with Moe Wagner, which ended with the Greek star headbutting the Wizards forward. —ESPN (@espn) August 12, 2020 He...
    Giannis Antetokounmpo. Getty/Harry How Giannis Antetokounmpo has been suspended for one game without pay for head butting the Washington Wizards Moe Wagner. Antetokounmpo was ejected in the second quarter of Milwaukee Bucks' 126-113 win over the Wizards on Tuesday. He will now miss the Bucks' final game of the regular season, which is against the Memphis Grizzlies on Thursday. According to ESPN's Bobby Marks, the suspension will cost the 25-year-old $178,225. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Giannis Antetokounmpo has been suspended for one game without pay for head butting an opponent during the Milwaukee Bucks' 126-113 win over the Washington Wizards on Tuesday, according to the NBA. Antetokounmpo was ejected in the second quarter after an altercation with Moe Wagner, which ended with the Greek star headbutting the Wizards forward. —ESPN (@espn) August 12, 2020  He will now miss the Bucks' final game of the regular season, which is against the Memphis Grizzlies on Thursday. According to ESPN's Bobby Marks, the one-game suspension will cost Antetokounmpo $178,225. "Terrible action," Antetokounmpo, 25, said after the incident. "If I could...
    Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Joe Kelly was suspended eight games earlier this week after throwing at a couple of Houston Astros players. While most of the baseball world has been up in arms over the length of the suspension, Bleacher Report‘s Zachary Rymer wrote on Wednesday that while the punishment was tough, it was also fair. Kelly put himself in the middle of the first big on-field controversy of the 2020 season when he threw pitches to both Alex Bregman and Carlos Correa that came dangerously close to hitting them. After one particular fastball that hit 96 miles per hour on the radar gun just over Bregman’s head, Kelly and the opposing dugout began angrily yelling at one another. Eventually, both benches cleared and it appeared MLB was about to have its first fist brawl of the coronavirus era. Eventually, things calmed down enough that the game was able to be finished. Before Kelly went back to the Dodgers dugout, he could be seen making faces and yelling at opposing players. It’s thought his behavior after the pitches were thrown...
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