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Posted: 03 Mar 2018 02:24 AM PST
Armie Hammer’s wife is suing a woman who pretended to be her in order to get an invitation to an Oscars party.
Elizabeth Chambers, 35, has taken legal action after Diana Roque Ellis set up an email address pretending she was Elizabeth in order to RSVP for the famous Vanity Fair party and ask for a plus one for Armie, 31, and Elizabeth.
According to Elizabeth’s lawsuit, the woman claimed that their plus one would be arriving separately from Armie and Elizabeth and asked for the invitation to be sent directly to her.
According to TMZ, this made Vanity Fair suspicious and they contacted Elizabeth.
She is now seeking damages for “misappropriation of name” and an injunction against Diana.
Meanwhile, ‘Call Me By Your Name’ actor Armie and Elizabeth – who have daughter Harper and son Ford together – previously admitted they refuse to take about their children on date nights.
They explained it is so rare they get some time alone, that when they do, they want to focus on one another.
Elizabeth said: “We go to sushi, and we don’t talk about the kids, that’s the biggest thing.
“We don’t have date night just to tell cute kid stories.”
Armie agreed: “We’re not allowed to talk about the kids.”
And the actor admitted they find the time to get a date night “by force”.
Armie is having a great time watching his son grow and loves laughing with the tot – especially when he pees on Elizabeth.
He said: “We walk into a room and he smiles and he gives you the love back, so we just play. It’s honestly just the goofiest, most ridiculous stuff that makes him laugh, so I’m sure from an outside perspective, it would just look ridiculous.
“I do think it’s pretty funny when he pees on my wife. That’s always a good one. He’s just hilarious. He loves to laugh, and he’s also very shy. So he’ll start laughing and then he’ll hide his face. He’s cute.”
Posted: 03 Mar 2018 01:00 AM PST
Paloma Faith wishes she’d had more casual sex.
The ‘Stone Cold Sober’ singer – who was previously married to chef Rian Haynes for eight months in 2005 and has a 14-month-old child with partner Leyman Lahcine – has been in a lot of “useless” long-term relationships because she never felt she should date anyone without a long-term plan of marriage.
Writing for Red magazine, she said: “When I was younger, I always confused desire for love.
“I had my first relationship at 13 but we didn’t have sex.
“We dated until we were 16 and then split up.
“That relationship typifies an unhealthy pattern I established when I was young and only recently broke.
“My mother educated me to associate sex with love – and I’m so thankful for that – but I took it too far.
“I thought fancying someone meant you were in love and it had to end in marriage – which meant I often saw relationships as something they weren’t.
“I’d never sleep with a guy I wasn’t in a relationship with.
“In hindsight, I probably should have just slept with them.
“Getting sex out of my system might have meant I didn’t end up in long-term relationships with men who were so bloody useless.”
The 36-year-old singer eventually sought therapy to break her unhealthy approach to relationships.
She explained: “I started therapy about six years ago and it changed my outlook on love.
“I told the therapist I was there because I really wanted a family, but I couldn’t stay with anyone long enough to do that.
“I was a serial monogamist who, every two years, would jump into another relationship.
A therapist helped me see I had a co-dependency issue when it came to love. That meant I’d rather go out with the wrong person than wait for the right man to come along.
“In those days, in my mind, it was better to be with someone I didn’t like that much than be on my own. It sounds strange now, but back then I thought I could make myself love anyone. But you can’t.”
Paloma then took a break from dating and thinks that really made a “difference” when she met Leyman.
She said: “[A dating break] sparked a kind of evolution in my romantic choices.
“I met my partner after this and I feel taking time out from dating really made a difference to our relationship…
“I realized that when you meet the right person, it’s so easy.”
Posted: 03 Mar 2018 01:00 AM PST
Miranda Lambert has spoken out about heartbreak, amid speculation she has split up with Anderson East.
The 34-year-old country music star opened up about her emotions during her concert at the Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tennessee earlier this week and revealed she pours her heartbreak into her emotional songs.
According to local news outlet Knox News, before performing her song ‘Tin Man’, Miranda said: “I make it my mission every single time I step on the stage that no matter what, no matter where I am, I want to make you feel everything you could possibly feel.
“I want you to feel sad, mad, happy and nostalgic and really p****d sometimes. And part of feelings is also heartbreak, unfortunately.
“But fortunately for me, I can use it for my art or whatever. I like to write sad songs. I like to listen to sad songs, so I want to sing y’all one.”
Miranda and Anderson, 29, started dating in 2015, three months after she split from former husband Blake Shelton.
They celebrated their second anniversary in September 2017 but speculation about problems in their relationship started after East unfollowed Lambert on Instagram, PEOPLE reports.
Miranda’s comments about heartbreak came just days after In Touch magazine alleged the pair had split up.
A source told the publication: “She didn’t see it coming,” adding that the pair grew apart while touring separately.
The insider added: “She’s been writing songs and she’ll join The Bandwagon Tour with Little Big Town in July. She refuses to sit around feeling sorry for herself.”
Posted: 03 Mar 2018 12:01 AM PST
Dear Amy: My husband passed away a year ago and left behind many awards, trophies, certificates and plaques.
Our kids, like others of their generation, just are not that interested in collecting things, and the grandkids (also) could not care less.
Any suggestions on what to do with all of this? What do others do in this situation?
— Wondering Widow
Dear Wondering: My first suggestion is that you photograph all of these items and create a paper and online album of them.
You should do this for the simple reason that all of the people who don’t want these material things (now) will definitely want to have access to the fact that they exist — if not now, then at some point in the future.
This is a record of a person’s movement through his life, and because these awards and recognitions differ from his personal achievements (I assume), they are more than dust catchers — they are part of an historical record. Your husband might have been a beloved “ordinary guy” — a husband, father and grandfather — to the people in his family, but he was also involved and recognized outside of his family.
Maybe these mementos are small potatoes (you don’t say), but it sounds like the man who earned them led a life of consequence.
After you photograph them, you should keep one or two of these awards that you like or that he was particularly proud of.
You could contact the individual organizations that awarded these to see if they would like them returned (they could display or reuse them).
Call your local trophy company to see if they are interested in having these to recycle (the name plates can be detached and replaced).
I also see trophies for sale at my local thrift store, where sometimes coaches will pick them up to present to young athletes.
Dear Amy: My husband and I have different work schedules, and we need different amounts of sleep.
As a result, I go to bed early and most nights he sits up late. For the past two years, he has been drinking a few cocktails after I go to bed, falling asleep on the sofa and then coming to bed between 2 and 3 a.m.
This usually happens one or two times a week, but recently it has increased to three or four nights a week.
First, I am concerned that interrupted sleep is bad for his health, but I am also concerned about his alcohol consumption. In addition, he usually wakes me up, and it is difficult for me to get back to sleep. I feel like I have a newborn again!
I have tried talking to him about it, and he makes changes that last for weeks or even a few months, but then this pattern starts again.
Should we simply move into separate bedrooms so I can get the rest I need to function? Even if we have different rooms, it does not address his drinking. His drinking makes him somewhat sluggish and irritable in the morning, and he can be snappy with our children. However, he is not missing work, and is usually in a good mood in the evening when he returns from work.
— Concerned Wife
Dear Concerned: Your husband’s drinking is escalating. Sleeping in a separate bedroom will only enable this. This should be your last move — not your first.
You’ve successfully discussed this with him before, and he has successfully stopped drinking for a period of time. This drinking pattern is now quite established and there are certain consequences — your interrupted sleep, his interrupted sleep and his grouchy hangovers in the morning.
You should privately confront him with this, in a very firm and loving way. You could borrow language from a typical “intervention”: “Your drinking is affecting our lives in the following ways…”
Urge your husband to attend a 12-step support meeting, which might help him to admit he has a problem and take steps to deal with it. Your family deserves much better than to have a sleep-deprived, hungover dad. You and the kids might also benefit from Al-anon and/or Alateen meetings. Al-anon offers “self-assessment” quizzes on their website: Al-anon.org.
Dear Amy: Thank you, thank you, for suggesting that “Addicted,” who was addicted to his smartphone, could “unplug” part-way by deleting social media apps from his phone.
I did this, and you are right: I felt lighter, happier and more aware within a day.
— In Control
Dear In Control: Now, I’m inspired. I think it’s time for me to launch another media fast.
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Posted: 03 Mar 2018 12:01 AM PST
BIRTHDAY GAL: Actress Jessica Biel was born in Ely, Minnesota on this date in 1982. This birthday gal rose to fame as Mary Camden on the series “7th Heaven.” She produced and starred in the 2017 miniseries “The Sinner” and has appeared on episodes of “New Girl” and “Family Guy.” On the big screen, Biel’s film resume includes “A Kind of Murder,” “Total Recall,” and “The Truth about Emanuel.”
ARIES (March 21-April 19): A new hookup could strike a responsive chord. The stage may be set for an exciting evening of romantic togetherness. Your wallet is receptive to new sources of income or worthy offers.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): You’ve got all the right moves. Someone might think you are much more desirable or talented than you really are, but won’t be disappointed when they get up close and personal.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Never hide your light under a bushel. You are likely to appear in a flattering light if you attend a public function. You will recognize the truth even if it appears to you in disguise.
CANCER (June 21-July 22): Snuggle into a comfort blanket of creativity. You have the talent and resourcefulness to amuse yourself while others are bored to tears. An intimate meeting requires physical keenness.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Take the path of least resistance. Uncover new facts and don’t be afraid to follow your fascinating fancies. The least amount of effort might create the most results over the long term.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Be grateful for an understanding mate or a supportive friend. Some situations might become exasperating due to misplaced sympathies or confusion. Count on receiving good advice and support.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Romance gets a green light. You may meet someone who is charming and attractive. Kind hearted people are willing to bring you into their inner circle and share their thoughts and feelings.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): You might not be able to believe your good fortune when a passing fancy turns out to have definite merit. You can trust that your instincts and decisions are right on target.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Encouragement is instrumental to your success. Choose to spend time with people who are positive and uplifting. Repeat those personal mantras that keep you buoyant and optimistic.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Showing good business sense makes you look like a winner. Social interaction will keep you on top of the relevant facts. Call a friend, sibling, or neighbor if you need an answer.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): It is time to dance to your own beat. Money might be spent without restraint, but you are sure to enjoy every penny that you spend. Be generous and perform an act of kindness.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Fly high on ideals. You may spend extra time, energy, and money to fulfill a precious dream. Your keenness to please a person or to own something beautiful makes it all worthwhile.
IF MARCH 3 IS YOUR BIRTHDAY: Getting in touch with your dreams and gathering inspiration may be an important part of your life as the next six to eight weeks unfold. Don’t begin anything new or make new commitments as this might entail unforeseen obstacles or unrealistic plans. Write down your ideas however as some of them may be very worthwhile. May and June are good months in which to implement practical ideas with more shrewdness and discernment than usual. September might be the best month to launch new initiatives or to address your health or indulge in creative activities. Work to the best of your ability and you will succeed.
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Posted: 03 Mar 2018 12:01 AM PST
Desert Smash is the plutonium shot that says, ‘Hey, let’s take something that was already there–and let’s really show it to the world,” says Tennis Channel President Ken Solomon.
That “something” is the heady mix of Hollywood and tennis cultures that Solomon grew up surrounded by when he was a young player and fan in Southern California. It’s a mix that he believes has, unfortunately, remained largely invisible to fans and TV viewers in recent years. It’s something that he wants to change.
“You saw Will Ferrell in Australia, and Will Smith, too,” Solomon says of the two movie stars who atten-ded this year’s Australian Open.
“This happens a lot, but it’s been limited because tournaments have been the drivers to celebrities sitting in the stands and occasionally doing a shot and saying, ‘And there’s Justin Timberlake.’ Everyone waves and the crowd cheers, when there’s so much more to it–when tennis really is part of their lives.”
What has been missing, according to Solomon, is a nexus, a central location where tennis and Hollywood can mingle properly, and where celebrities can show their love of the sport. On March 6, he’s hoping to provide that nexus a few miles from Indian Wells, at La Quinta Resort & Club, a Waldorf Astoria Resort with Desert Smash.
Desert Smash, which mixes entertainment and friendly competition and raises money for multiple charities, has played host to Jon Hamm, Justin Bieber, Kevin Hart, Redfoo of LMFAO, Marcia Gay Harden, Randy Jackson, Jason Collins and other tennis-loving celebs over the years. In the event’s pro-ams, they’ve faced off against American players like John Isner and Sam Querrey.
That tradition will continue this year, with Chrissy Metz and Chris Sullivan from the hit show This is Us, comedian J.B. Smoove, actors Colton Haynes, Liev Schreiber and Boris Kodjoe, and Olympic gold-medal gymnasts Nadia Comaneci–now famous as her fellow Romanian Simona Halep’s No. 1 fan–and Bart Conner set to pair off with Isner, Querrey, and Bob and Mike Bryan.
“I’ve been participating in Desert Smash for four years now,” Haynes, 29, says. “This is such a rewarding event to participate in year after year because the proceeds always go to incredible causes.”
“I was No. 1 on my high school team my junior year,” Haynes adds with a laugh, “but it was only because I got every ball back and would play these annoying lob points that would always irritate my opponents.”
Haynes is also a fan of one American player in particular.
“Serena Williams, who happens to be one of my close friends,” Haynes says. “She makes fun of me for crying every time she wins a tournament or when she has good news about her tennis career.”
More than any other current pro, Williams glides between the worlds of sports and celebrity, the way many tennis players once did. In the 1970s and ’80s, Alan King created a loose, telegenic, celebrity vibe at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas; Pancho Gonzalez was the teaching pro, and Mike Agassi fired balls at his son Andre on its courts.
Solomon hopes to recreate that culture in the California desert; for him, it’s a natural and long overdue return to the game’s deepest roots in this country.
Tennis in the U.S. originated on the east coast, but it wasn’t until the sport found its way across the country to California that it took on its uniquely American character. There the weather was fine and the facilities were plentiful and public. Generations of American champions, from Gonzalez and Maureen Connolly to Pete Sampras and Williams, practiced in the sunshine 12 months a year. And it was there where those stars of the court mingled with their neighbors, the stars of the screen.
The Racquet Club of Palm Springs, which opened in 1934, served as the original nexus. The club welcomed generations of show business elite–the industry’s actors, writers, directors and producers–to its courts, its pool and its bungalows. From stars of the 1930s like Clark Gable and Joan Crawford to 1950s Rat Packers like Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, to Audrey Hepburn and Dinah Shore and Sonny Bono in the ’60s, the Racquet Club helped make Palm Springs the collective second home of Hollywood. From the beginning, they were joined by tennis royalty. Everyone from Don Budge and Alice Marble to Jimmy Connors and Chris Evert practiced and staged exhibitions on those courts.
It’s a second home that Solomon knows well. His parents, Abby and Steve, were members at the Racquet Club; Steve played tennis with Gonzalez, and backgammon with James Garner and Henry Fonda.
“If you follow the evolution of the Racquet Club,” Ken Solomon says, “Hollywood grew up around that. The greatest writers, the greatest actors, they were there. And what did they do? They played tennis. If you’re trying to find the center of celebrity and tennis, you can trace those roots through the desert.”
For Solomon, it was King’s celeb-soaked tournaments in a different desert, the one surrounding Las Vegas, that served as a model on how to blend Hollywood style with tennis’ competitive substance, and how to put on an event that made everyone wish they were there.
“It was a place that the rest of the country looked at,” Solomon says of King’s Caesar’s Palace tournaments, “and saw the biggest stars in this gorgeous place in the middle of winter, having a great time and playing a great tournament.”
Solomon sees the Coachella Valley, and the event in Indian Wells, as the natural inheritors of the tradition started at the Racquet Club of Palm Springs and continued by King. Songwriters Alan and Marilyn Bergman–regulars at the Racquet Club who will be at Desert Smash–are symbols of this progression.
At Desert Smash, Solomon plans to hold concerts, skills competitions, comedy acts and pool parties to go along with the pro-am tennis event, all of it leading into and complementing the big ATP and WTA tournament at Indian Wells.
“Singers, actors, players and real people, all having fun,” says Solomon, who notes Dr. Phil McGraw as one of today’s biggest tennis-playing celebrities. “That’s what tennis has always been about.”
If it works out the way Solomon plans, Desert Smash will help raise the profile of Indian Wells, and provide a new template for tennis coverage on TV.
“Stars and players were always inextricably tied together in California,” Solomon says. “There just wasn’t a platform to illuminate it. There wasn’t an event that brought it to life. We’re starting to do that with Desert Smash. I think it’s going to be a gift that keeps on giving.”
Desert Smash: A Celebration of Celebrity, Charity and Tennis Unlike Any Other
The 14th annual Desert Smash charity tennis event is Tuesday, March 6, and there are many reasons to mark your calendar. Here are just five of those reasons, including the event’s host, Serena Williams.
Desert Smash is the kick off to Indian Wells, which will be broadcast on Tennis Channel over the next two weeks.
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Posted: 03 Mar 2018 12:01 AM PST
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Q: My father told my dying sister her husband would receive her portion of his estate, including his house, in the presence of all of my siblings. Unfortunately, when my sister died, my father failed to change his will to actually name her spouse; now one sister refuses to allow him to receive her portion. This sister says that since he has remarried, he does not still inherit my sister’s portion (even after 34 years of marriage and nursing her through almost eight years of cancer). Please let me know your opinion on this matter. I truly don’t want to cause a split between our close knit family!
A: The rules relating to wills and estates are generally precise: to pass down property to specific people, you need a written will. The written document frequently must be signed in the presence of two or more witnesses and a notary. (States have differing requirements. For example, one state may require two witnesses and another might require three.)
These rules are in place to prevent people from showing up and claiming that he or she was entitled to something from the deceased owner. Let’s take your situation. If your father truly intended to give your dying sister’s husband her share of his estate, he would have mentioned that in his will. Was his omission to include that change in the will on purpose or an oversight?
We don’t know what his true intentions were, and neither do you. Frequently people say things while they are living, but their intent is different in their written document.
Having said that, we were wondering if your sister had any children. If your father’s will was drafted that she would get your dad’s share of his estate and it went on further to state that her children would be entitled to her share, effectively, your nieces and nephews would inherit your sister’s share. On the other hand, if she and your former brother-in-law had no kids, he may not have a legal right to any part of your father’s estate.
You’ll need to talk to an estate attorney to figure out if there are any other exceptions or other circumstances that might give your former brother-in-law an interest in your father’s estate. If he paid for your father’s care, paid some of the housing expenses, or paid for repairs to the home while he was ill, he might be entitled to be repaid for some of those expenses. But he doesn’t automatically get rewarded for paying for your sister’s care during her illness.
Unfortunately, the general rule would be that any gift to your former brother-in-law would need to be in writing and comply with your state’s rules regarding wills. We hope you can avoid a family dispute with your sister and perhaps you can come up with some compromise if all of the siblings (except that one sister) agree he should get something.
In the end, if he’s not legally entitled to a share of the estate and your sister won’t give in, you and your other siblings might be able to contribute from your shares to give to him what may be a fair share. Because some things are more important than money. Good luck.
(Ilyce Glink is the author of “100 Questions Every First-Time Home Buyer Should Ask” (4th Edition). She is also the CEO of Best Money Moves, an app that employers provide to employees to measure and dial down financial stress. Samuel J. Tamkin is a Chicago-based real estate attorney. Contact Ilyce and Sam through her website, ThinkGlink.com.)
Posted: 03 Mar 2018 12:01 AM PST
By J. McCarthy
Utah is only 4-13 against the spread its last 17 road games versus a team with a losing home record. The Jazz are 2-6 against the spread their last 8 games overall. Sacramento is 6-2 against the spread its last 8 games when playing on 1 day of rest. Take Sacramento +6 1/2 for another Best Bet winner.
Favorite Points (O/U) Underdog
ORLANDO 3 1/2 (205.5) Memphis CLEVELAND 5 (228) Denver MIAMI 5 (205.5) Detroit HOUSTON 8 1/2 (216.5) Boston SAN ANTONIO 5 1/2 (215) LA Lakers Utah 6 1/2 (203.5) SACRAMENTO PORTLAND 4 (213) Oklahoma City
Favorite Points Underdog
Xavier 7 1/2 DEPAUL GEORGIA TECH 2 Wake Forest PROVIDENCE 2 1/2 St. John's TEXAS 1 1/2 West Virginia MIAMI-FLORIDA 3 Virginia Tech VILLANOVA 18 1/2 Georgetown MARQUETTE 1 1/2 Creighton FLORIDA 5 Kentucky SETON HALL 3 1/2 Butler DAYTON 4 1/2 George Washington LSU 2 1/2 Mississippi St TEXAS A&M 6 1/2 Alabama VA Commonwealth 5 1/2 FORDHAM ST. JOSEPH'S 3 1/2 La Salle SYRACUSE 1 Clemson FLORIDA ST 7 Boston College KANSAS ST 1 1/2 Baylor GEORGIA ST 10 1/2 South Alabama UL-MONROE 6 1/2 Arkansas St APPALACHIAN ST 1 Coastal Carolina AUBURN 11 1/2 South Carolina TEXAS TECH 6 Tcu ARIZONA ST 9 Stanford ARIZONA 21 California VIRGINIA 10 Notre Dame Kansas 5 OKLAHOMA ST Oregon St 2 WASHINGTON ST AIR FORCE 7 San Jose St GEORGIA SOUTHERN 3 1/2 Troy Louisiana Tech 3 SOUTHERN MISS NORTH TEXAS 6 1/2 Utep NORTH CAROLINA ST 3 Louisville Pennsylvania 5 1/2 BROWN TENNESSEE 10 Georgia MISSOURI 3 Arkansas OLD DOMINION 15 1/2 Florida Intl BOISE ST 9 Wyoming YALE 5 1/2 Princeton DARTMOUTH 2 1/2 Cornell HARVARD 7 1/2 Columbia MIDDLE TENN ST 11 1/2 Marshall GEORGE MASON 1 1/2 Richmond UTAH 8 1/2 Colorado Florida Atlantic 2 CHARLOTTE MASSACHUSETTS 1 1/2 Duquesne St. Bonaventure 3 1/2 SAINT LOUIS UL-LAFAYETTE 21 Arkansas LR Western Kentucky 1 1/2 ALA-BIRMINGHAM Texas San Antonio 1 1/2 RICE DUKE 6 1/2 North Carolina MISSISSIPPI 3 1/2 Vanderbilt Unlv 1 UTAH ST NEW MEXICO 1 1/2 Fresno St CS FULLERTON 6 Hawaii Oregon 2 WASHINGTON SAN DIEGO ST 1 Nevada CAL SANTA BARBARA 13 1/2 Cal Poly SLO SOUTHERN CAL 5 Ucla LONG BEACH ST 7 1/2 Cal Riverside CAL IRVINE 4 1/2 UC Davis Big 10 Conference Madison Square Garden-New York, NY. Semifinals Michigan St 6 1/2 Michigan Missouri Valley Conference Scottrade Center-St. Louis, MO. Semifinals Loyola Chicago 6 1/2 Bradley West Coast Conference Orleans Arena-Las Vegas, NV. Quarterfinals Byu 5 1/2 San Diego San Francisco 2 1/2 Pacific Colonial Conference
North Charleston Coliseum-North Charleston, SC.
First Round James Madison 1 1/2 Drexel Elon 1 Delaware Added Games PORTLAND ST 8 1/2 North Dakota Weber St 3 1/2 MONTANA ST EASTERN WASHINGTON 15 Northern Arizona MONTANA 14 1/2 Idaho St IDAHO 13 1/2 Southern Utah Northern Colorado 7 1/2 SACRAMENTO ST Southern Conference US Cellular Center-Asheville, NC. Quarterfinals Mercer 2 Wofford Furman 14 Western Carolina Summit League Sanford Premier Center-Sioux Falls, SD. Quarterfinals South Dakota St 15 Western Illinois South Dakota 13 1/2 Nebraska Omaha Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Times Union Center-Albany, NY. Quarterfinals Niagara 3 Fairfield Iona 4 Manhattan Extra Games Northeast Conference Semifinals LONG ISLAND 3 1/2 Fairleigh Dickinson WAGNER 7 1/2 Robert Morris America East Conference Quarterfinals MD BALTIMORE CO 9 1/2 UMass Lowell HARTFORD 4 1/2 New Hampshire VERMONT 24 1/2 Maine ALBANY, NY 9 Stony Brook
Favorite Goals (O/U) Underdog
TAMPA BAY 1/2-1 (5.5) Philadelphia DALLAS 1/2-1 (5.5) St. Louis LOS ANGELES 1/2-1 (5.5) Chicago PITTSBURGH 1/2-1 (6.5) NY Islanders BOSTON 1-1 1/2 (5.5) Montreal WASHINGTON Even-1/2 (6) Toronto ARIZONA Even-1/2 (5.5) Ottawa EDMONTON 1/2-1 (6.5) NY Rangers
UFC 222: Cyborg vs. Kunitskaya T-Mobile Arena-Las Vegas, NV. Y. Kunitskaya +1000 C. Cyborg -2000 B. Ortega +125 F. Edgar -145 S. O'Malley +105 A. Soukhamthath -125 A. Arlovski +140 S. Struve -160 C. Zingano +170 K. Vieira -200 A. Yoder +340 M. Dern -440 A. Hernandez +310 B. Dariush -410 P. Munhoz +135 J. Dodson -155 CB. Dollaway +100 H. Lombard -120 M. Pyle +250 Z. Ottow -310 B. Caraway +125 C. Stamann -145 A. Milstead +180 J. Johnson -220
WBC Heavyweight Title Bout Barclays Center-Brooklyn, NY. (12 Rounds) L. Ortiz +290 D. Wilder -380
WBO Light Heavyweight Title Bout Madison Square Garden-New York, NY. (12 Rounds) I. Mikhalkin +1000 S. Kovalev -2000
WBA Light Heavyweight Title Bout Madison Square Garden-New York, NY. (12 Rounds) S. Barrera +525 D. Bivol -750
Junior Middleweight Bout FlyDSA Arena-Sheffield, England. (12 Rounds) S. Rabchenko +1000 K. Brook -2000
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