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Jayson Tatum gets 100% real on Jaylen Brown partnership after Celtics’ blowout of Nets

Jayson Tatum is happy with how he and Jaylen Brown have evolved as the Boston Celtics’ leaders, but he knows very well their journey is far from over. Tatum opened up about his partnership with Brown on Wednesday after they powered the Celtics to a 139-96 blowout of the Brooklyn Nets. Tatum recorded 31 points, nine rebounds and four assists in the contest, while Brown had 26 points, three boards and three dimes. They are now the first duo ever to score at least 25 points each in the same game 27 times in a season before the All-Star break.
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Seton Hall’s Kadary Richmond thriving under Shaheen Holloway

Seton Hall coach Shaheen Holloway admitted the obvious this past October: Kadary Richmond had to perform at a high level for the Pirates to reach expectations. Four months later, as Seton Hall is soaring, the point guard from Brooklyn is leading the way. The 6-foot-6 junior was at his best Wednesday night, notching 15 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists in a 84-72 victory over St. John’s, the Pirates’ seventh win in nine games. “Every single day, we just talk and I tell him every day, you have to understand the stigma that was on you before this year,” Holloway said. “That’s...
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George Santos’s lies are so big you almost have to admire them

In retrospect, as it often seems to go in these cases, the evidence appears to have been so glaringly obvious, it’s a wonder we were ever taken in. George Santos – like Anna Sorokin, the “fake heiress” – even had the Scooby-Doo, black-rimmed glasses that might have come from a joke shop selling disguises. When the representative for New York’s third congressional district entered the House last November, he was briefly notable as the Republican’s first openly gay non-incumbent to win a seat.
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Nets keep injured Kevin Durant, Ben Simmons and T.J. Warren home

BOSTON — The Nets left their injured trio of Kevin Durant, Ben Simmons and T.J. Warren home, not having them travel for Wednesday’s 139-96 loss to the Celtics. But they claim Simmons and Warren are trending towards a return Saturday at home against the Wizards. Durant’s knee should get reevaluated shortly thereafter, with continued sentiment he’ll be back sooner rather than later. “Hopeful, man; keep hope alive,” Nets coach Jacque Vaughn said of Simmons and Warren. “Yeah, it’s just the next day. They just weren’t ready yet. So the best thing was to leave them at home, they can get more treatment, and...

NBA roundup: 46-point first quarter sends Celtics past Nets

February 2 - The Boston Celtics didn't do much wrong in the opening quarter and breezed to a 139-96 home victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday night. Boston was 18-for-29 from the field (62.1 percent) in the opening frame and led 46-16 after 12 minutes. It was the largest lead the Celtics have had after the first quarter in franchise history.

Free Art Exhibitions this Spring `23 in New York City.

Spring is a time of renewal and growth, and what better way to embrace the season than by visiting some of New York City's top art galleries for free?. This year, several galleries are offering free admission to their exhibitions throughout the spring, allowing art lovers to see works by some of the most celebrated artists of our time.

Jayson Tatum’s Celtics Pummel Nets In Blowout Victory

During Wednesday night’s NBA slate, Jayson Tatum scored 31 points and added nine rebounds as the Boston Celtics defeated the Brooklyn Nets 139-96. In a game the Celtics never trailed and led by 49 points, both of Boston’s stars made seven 3-pointers. On the way to its largest victory this season, Boston shot 60 percent through three quarters.

New Jersey councilwoman shot and killed outside her home: Report

A New Jersey councilwoman was reportedly shot multiple times and killed outside her home in Sayreville, New Jersey, Wednesday night. Eunice K. Dwumfour was found by police in her vehicle at about 7:30 p.m. and pronounced dead at the scene, according to authorities and reported by the New Jersey Globe. She was just 30 years old.