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Forsberg: Pritchard's instant energy should get him more run

While just about everyone else in the gym was winding down their off-day workouts, Payton Pritchard was ramping up. Boston’s third-year guard was running through shooting drills at game speed after a practice last month and, after a few frustrating misses, Marcus Smart stopped on his way off the court to offer some encouraging words.
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Argentina vs. Mexico live stream: How to watch 2022 World Cup live online, TV channel, prediction, picks odds

Argentina, one of the favorites to win the World Cup, will look to get their campaign back on track when they face familiar foe Mexico Saturday. Lionel Messi and company are coming off of a shocking 2-1 loss to Saudi Arabia and now have no more margin for error as they look to position themselves in the top two of Group C ahead of their final match against Poland. Mexico are also looking for their first win but are sitting in a better position after drawing Poland in the opener. Argentina and Mexico played at the 2006 and 2010 World Cups knockout stages with the South Americans winning both.

NYC Columbia professor Sheena Iyengar accused of gender discrimination

A Columbia University alum alleges her professor assigned her demeaning “female” jobs like applying her makeup and booking restaurants, according to a Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit and a published report. Elizabeth Blackwell earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology in 2017, graduating magna cum laude. After an intensive five-month interview process, Blackwell began working as a “research associate” for Sheena Iyengar, a Columbia Business School professor and author of “Art of Choosing.” But Iyengar, 52, “insisted” Blackwell perform duties that included “personal and supportive administrative and secretarial tasks,” the complaint says.  “These tasks included applying Iyengar’s makeup and booking restaurants for her romantic dates,” Blackwell said in an interview, according to the Washington Square News. In contrast, Blackwell’s male counterpart “encountered none of the obstacles that Ms. Blackwell was forced to overcome,” the suit alleges. Blackwell claims Iyengar soon assigned many of her research duties to the male co-worker — which were outside his program coordinator job description — because “she was a woman,” according to the lawsuit. Blackwell accused the professor of “disturbing gender-based discrimination behavior and retaliation” in the lawsuit. In January 2019, Columbia terminated Blackwell, claiming her position had been eliminated, the complaint charges. Neither Blackwell, Columbia University nor Iyengar returned messages.

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Half Of Chevy Silverado EV Reservation Holders Are New To GM

Making its big debut at the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show earlier this year, the Chevy Silverado EV is building significant hype, with GM boasting that it’s now holding 170,000 reservations for the all-electric pickup. Notably, GM also says that half of Chevy Silverado EV reservation holders are new to GM.

Amazon Selling Prince Harry’s Memoir ‘Spare’ Early

Prince Harry’s tell-all autobiography is available for free on Amazon when customers take a trial of their audiobook service, Audible. The shock sale comes two months before the memoir Spare hits book stores in the U.K. The audiobook however will not be available to listen to until January 10 but even if shoppers cancel their trial the book will still be available to read in January. The Royal Family is said to be very concerned about the publication of the book, which is expected to lay bare the issues that Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle have experienced.Read more at The Daily Beast.

How the New Orleans Pelicans’ offense is evolving

The New Orleans Pelicans took a beating last night on the road in Memphis, a rare blowout loss in which they were down by 36 points. Bad nights happen, so I wouldn’t read too much into the loss, as Memphis had it going last night, hitting 47 percent of their 3-point shots in a reverse of the first time the two teams met. The Grizzlies also won the battle in the paint, which I felt was one of the keys to victory for the Pels.

Covington man hit, killed by truck in Bogalusa Friday night

BOGALUSA, La. (BRPROUD) – A 50-year-old man from Covington was killed after being hit by a truck in Washington Parish Friday. Louisiana State Police says they began an investigation into the crash around 5:45 p.m. Troopers learned a 2012 GMC Acadia was heading south on LA Highway 21 as the pedestrian, identified as Ben Small, was walking on the road. State police say Small was wearing dark clothing. For reasons still under investigation, Small was struck and killed by the truck.