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The truth behind the Nuggets-Suns viral fight, revealed

The series between the Denver Nuggets and Phoenix Suns didn’t go well for the home team as Chris Paul, Devin Booker, and Chris paul’s squad brought out the brooms and ended the series in four games. The series ended with Nikola Jokic being tossed after a flagrant 2 foul, ruining his MVP season earlier than anybody had hoped.
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Ashley Snowden Says People Are Cruel, Lack Critical Thinking Skills

Ashley Snowden is speaking out on speaking out. In her latest Instagram post, the Seeking Sister Wife star is offering advice on being in the public. She also addresses the need to share struggles and gifts and the courage that accompanies such openness. However, within Ashley’s pep talk came a very clear message. She is nobody’s puppet and her followers were here for it.
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Shaquille O’Neal Isn’t Happy With 1 All-NBA Selection

On Tuesday night, the NBA announced the three All-NBA teams. Right off the bat, Shaquille O’Neal wasn’t happy about one of the first-team picks. Luka Doncic got the nod at guard on the first team over Portland Trail Blazers star Damian Lillard, who led the second team. Doncic received 55 first-place votes compared to Lillard’s 38.
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Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond Details Exactly How She Lost 43 Lbs: 'It Was a Simple Shift'

Ree Drummond is feeling better than ever in her health and fitness journey, and now she's sharing some of the lessons she's learned long the way. In a blog post on Tuesday, the Pioneer Woman star, 52, detailed some of the ways she changed her diet, exercise regimen, and mentality to lose 43 pounds over the past several months. Drummond began by emphasizing that, while weight loss was part of her goal, it wasn't the driving factor for her.
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Arizona governor issues executive order prohibiting universities from mandating COVID-19 tests, vaccines and masks

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey issued an executive order Tuesday that prohibits public universities and community colleges from mandating COVID-19 tests, vaccines and masks for students to participate in learning. The decision comes days after Ducey criticized a recent announcement from Arizona State University that outlined COVID-19 protocols for the upcoming school year.