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The Dallas Mavericks had a slow start to tonight’s matchup and the problem wasn’t on the offensive side of the ball as Dallas got productivity from Kyrie Irving, Luka Dončić, and Tim Hardaway Jr. It was the defensive side that held them down in tonight’s game as the Mavs fall 129-113 to Kings. <br/><br/>Dončić led Dallas with 25 points, 10 rebounds and 7 assists. <br/><br/>The Kings found their rhythm early on and De’Aaron Fox posed a defensive challenge for the Mavs, disrupting their flow. Sacramento showcased smart ball movement, maintaining a 33-28 lead. Domantas Sabonis was fouled by Dwight Powell, converting both free throws and extending the Kings’ lead to 30-26 with 2:42 on the clock.<br/><br/>Following this, JaVale McGee executed an alley-oop layup assisted by Fox, bringing the score to 33-28. However, the Mavericks accelerated their pace at the end of the first quarter, with Kyrie Irving sinking a 3-pointer, giving them a lead of 36-35 going into the second quarter.<br/><br/>The Mavs demonstrated efficiency on the offensive end, with key contributions from players like Tim Hardaway Jr. and Kyrie Irving. Irving had an impressive 7-of-10 field goal success, missed only two of his four 3-point attempts, and made all three of his free throws. Hardaway made a significant impact off the bench, finishing the second quarter with 12 points, converting both of his three-point shots and free throws, and making 4-of-6 field goal attempts.<br/><br/>Although Luka Dončić was productive on the offensive side, scoring 16 points, he also carried the Mavericks defensively, finishing the night with nine defensive rebounds and three steals.<br/><br/>The Mavs struggled to contain the Sacramento offense, with four Kings starters scoring in double figures in the first half. Leading scorer, De’Aaron Fox, contributed 13 points, 2 rebounds, 6 assists, and 3 steals. The Kings found success by drawing in the Mavs’ defense and making outside shots. Chris Duarte hit two consecutive 3-pointers with 4:32 left in the second quarter, bringing the score to 61-52.<br/><br/>Head Coach Jason Kidd said postgame that their understanding of guarding the three is what is hurting them defensively.<br/><br/>“Guarding the three is hurting us,” said Kidd. “It’s our effort and energy. There is no excuse about the schedule, it’s about being able to do your job on a nightly basis and we just didn’t do that. We did it for two and a half quarters and we didn’t finish the other part of the game.”<br/><br/><br/><br/>
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In order to get close to someone, you must let your guard down. That’s why it’s always such a big risk to confess your feelings. Experiencing a few heartbreaks is to be expected in the world of dating, but it’s a whole 'nother problem getting involved with a sociopath. Wondering if you’re in danger? <br/>Source: Psych2go
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Dolphins rookie RB De'Von Achane's return to play was short-lived due to an early knee injury.
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Nearly six in 10 (57%) Americans have bought or read a book based solely on its cover, new research suggests.<br/><br/>A survey of 2,000 U.S. adults found that surprisingly, a whopping 96% of those who did so said the book largely met their expectations.<br/><br/>Two-thirds (67%) also admitted they only read books that have been adapted into movies or TV shows.<br/><br/>Overall, the average person reads eight books a month, totaling almost 100 books a year. <br/><br/>However, eight in 10 (80%) admitted to avoiding a book because of its outward appearance.<br/><br/>The top reasons? The book cover looked too plain (61%), used a title font that wasn’t likable (56%), featured art that didn’t match the genre (52%) or used the movie poster of the book’s film adaptation (49%).<br/><br/>Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of ThriftBooks, the research also found which elements make the best book covers. <br/><br/>People noted a detailed illustration is important (53%), as is an image of the story’s setting (53%). Other callouts were a compelling color palette (50%) and an image of the protagonist (47%).<br/><br/>Respondents shared their favorite covers of the books they’ve read, including “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill, “Atomic Habits” by James Clear, “Misery” by Stephen King, “Harry Potter” by J. K. Rowling, the “Twilight” series by Stephanie Meyer, “Fifty Shades of Gray” by E. L. James, and books by Danielle Steel.<br/><br/>When it comes to the winter holidays, over half (53%) regularly give books as gifts to others.<br/><br/>The top genres for gifted books include romance (47%), fantasy (45%), comedy (40%), sci-fi (39%) and history (39%).<br/><br/>Surprisingly, though, the biggest factors that influence what type of books people buy as gifts are their presence on a well-known bestseller list (44%), social media buzz (29%) and the cover (29%) — much more so than genre (10%) or even the author (9%).<br/><br/>“Books make for a great holiday gift, no matter the recipient,” said a spokesperson for ThriftBooks. “From classic favorites and book-to-movie adaptations to short or long stories, there are as many books to choose from as there are types of readers, making it easy to find something for everyone on your list this holiday season.”<br/><br/>Additionally, the survey uncovered the different habits of day and night readers.<br/><br/>If you consider yourself an avid reader, you most likely read during the day rather than at night (88% vs. 69%).<br/><br/>Among day readers, nearly two-thirds (65%) attribute their preference to avoiding nightmares based on their reading material, while over half (52%) want to escape to another place during the day. <br/><br/>Day readers are also more likely than night readers to prefer to read while surrounded by others (49% vs. 36%).<br/><br/>Nighttime reading may have its advantages, though. Fifty-six percent of those who read at night said it helps them get better shuteye, and 55% noted it helps them fall asleep faster.<br/><br/>“Our research shows that sometimes, readers can tap into their experience to correctly predict whether they’ll like a book based on its cover alone,” the spokesperson added. “Although readers differ in how and when they enjoy their favorites, they all find ways to enhance their daily lives through reading.”<br/><br/>BOOKS WITH THE BEST COVERS<br/>● “Misery” by Stephen King<br/>● “Harry Potter” by J. K. Rowling<br/>● The “Twilight” series<br/>● “Fifty Shades of Gray” by E. L. James<br/>● Books by Danielle Steel<br/>● “Atomic Habits” by James Clear<br/>● “The Pilot’s Wife” by Anita Shreve<br/>● “Things Fall Apart” by Chinua Achebe<br/>● “Ball Four” by Jim Bouton and Leonard Shecter<br/>● “Goals” by Brian Tracy<br/>● “The Grapes of Wrath” by John Steinbeck<br/>● “My Sister’s Keeper” by Jodi Picoult<br/>● “The Little Prince” by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry<br/>● “The Secret History” by Donna Tartt<br/>● “Legends and Lattes” by Travis Baldree<br/><br/>– The average respondent reads 8.28 books a month x 12 months = 99.36 books a year<br/><br/>Survey methodology:<br/>This random double-opt-in survey of 2,000 general population Americans was commissioned by ThriftBooks between Oct. 10 and Oct. 17, 2023. It was conducted by market research company OnePoll, whose team members are members of the Market Research Society and have corporate membership to the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) and the European Society for Opinion and Marketing Research (ESOMAR).
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