ATLANTA — The Western Conference’s top seed isn’t catching many breaks. The Nuggets announced that Paul Millsap suffered a broken big toe on his right foot and will be re-evaluated as necessary. Millsap, who is in Atlanta with the team, will see a foot specialist in Denver and will then likely be evaluated on a week-to-week basis, according to a league source. The Nuggets (17-8) also announced that starting shooting guard Gary Harris, who injured his hip in Monday’s win over Toronto and missed the next two games, will be re-evaluated on a week-to-week basis. The team initially described him as day-to-day. The Nuggets are also recalling Thomas Welsh from the G League to address their thinning bench. Injured small forward Will Barton has been out since Oct. 20 after suffering a core muscle injury that required surgery. He is nearing a return, but the Nuggets don’t have a firm target date yet. The Nuggets’ seven-game winning streak was snapped Friday … [Read more...] about Paul Millsap to see foot specialist for broken toe; Harris now week-to-week
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Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pro golf in Michigan: Scenes through the years Fullscreen Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Tiger Woods samples his cake in front of the crowd at the 2006 Buick Open following his 50th victory on the PGA Tour. Ankur Dholakia, Detroit News Fullscreen Tiger Woods holds up the trophy after winning the 2009 Buick Open, the final Buick Open. Gregory Shamus, Getty Images Fullscreen Kid Rock looks to approach the 18th green at the Buick Open pro-am in 2008. David Guralnick, Detroit News Fullscreen Golfer John Daly, left, and Kid Rock chat before teeing off at the 2008 Buick Open pro-am. David Guralnick, Detroit News Fullscreen Golfer John Daly takes a beer can from Kid Rock to use as a golf tee on the seventh tee during the 2008 Buick Open pro-am. David Guralnick, Detroit News Fullscreen Tiger Woods walks through the gauntlet of … [Read more...] about Sunday’s golf: Webb Simpson claims The Players; Justin Thomas now No. 1
GERRY Roberts has become Lachlan White's third victim in Emmerdale but actor Shaun Thomas didn't want to leave. The actor bowed out of the ITV soap tonight after his character had a B&B dropped on him by killer best friend Lachlan White and then was bludgeoned to death with a giant stone in heartbreaking scenes. However while viewers sobbed at the beloved character meeting his maker with his trademark humour, actor Shaun revealed to The Sun Online's Soap Bubble that he found his exit "upsetting". He said: "It were a shock because I was only meant to come here for the two episodes with Lachlan and I ended up staying here for a year and a half. "So I really got used to being around everybody and I made connection with everybody and then to be told that was going to come to an end it was pretty upsetting." The actor also admitted that he would have loved to have stayed in the ITV soap even though bosses axed his character. Gerry's death will go down in Emmerdale history as one of the … [Read more...] about Emmerdale’s Shaun Thomas reveals he didn’t want Gerry Roberts to be killed off
BOSTON - The Massachusetts Republican Party on Friday asked a judge to delay the swearing in of the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy's replacment, arguing Gov. Deval Patrick did an end-run on the constitution by appointing Paul G. Kirk Jr. before a traditional 90-day legislative waiting period had expired. Suffolk Superior Court Judge Thomas Connolly took the matter under advisement and promised a decision by noon. Vice President Joe Biden was slated to swear in Kirk around 3 p.m. in the Capitol. In early morning arguments before Connolly, the GOP said Patrick had no basis to attach an emergency preamble to a law passed earlier this week. It amended the state's Senate succession law so the governor could appoint an interim senator during a five-month special election campaign to fill the seat permanently. Kennedy died Aug. 25 of brain cancer. Legislative Republicans, as well as a host of Democrats, objected to the change, and after it was approved on Wednesday, they … [Read more...] about Judge may delay swearing in of Paul Kirk, Jr. to Ted Kennedy Senate seat
By Brandon Mercer Updated 4:32 pm PDT, Monday, October 15, 2018 SPACE: Telescopes in Hat Creek, Calif., are designed to systematically scan the skies for radio signals sent by advanced civilizations from distant star systems and planets. Illustrates SPACE (category a), by Marc Kaufman (c) 2009, The Washington Post. less SPACE: Telescopes in Hat Creek, Calif., are designed to systematically scan the skies for radio signals sent by advanced civilizations from distant star systems and planets. Illustrates SPACE (category a), by ... more Photo: Marc Kaufman, Washington Post In this Oct. 9, 2007 file photo, radio telescopes of the Allen Telescope Array are seen in Hat Creek, Calif. Astronomers at the SETI Institute in Northern California say a steep drop in state and federal funds has forced the shutdown of a key program to search for extraterrestrial life. Dozens of radio dishes that make up the Allen … [Read more...] about Paul Allen dead at 65, but his projects live on — including a search for E.T.
DENVER • Live, from Pepsi Center, it’s Saturday afternoon!“Go Nuggets, man,” “Saturday Night Live” big-timer Pete Davidson said while cruising The Can.It’s true. Your li’l ol’ Denver Nuggets have hit Hollywood ... and the Big Apple. The Nuggets are coast-to-coast like Nikola Jokic in back-to-back games. Back when Jared Goff and the glitzy Los Angeles Rams sat courtside to soak in the Western Conference’s top team, the Nuggets secured the West Coast vote. Now that SNL stars are rolling through to show some matinee love, have the Nuggets officially hit the big time?“(Nuggets PR) told me it was our 13th sellout of the season,” Jokic said after casually dropping 39 points, 12 rebounds and six assists in a 123-110 win against the Hornets. “I remember when I first came here it was half (that). Now it’s a full arena. That means we’re doing something big for us, for the city.”Everybody knows what … [Read more...] about Paul Klee: Colorado’s next championship parade? Nikola Jokic and the Nuggets are calling dibs