The Mosaics - Boot Scootin' Boogie

The Mosaics - Boot Scootin' Boogie

The Mosaics - Boot Scootin' Boogie

The Mosaics  Boot Scootin Boogie

Throughout the years, The Mosaics have been one of the most successful bands in pop music. They have released a number of hits including Boot Scootin' Boogie, which is considered to be their signature song. Although this is one of the more popular songs that they have released, there are a number of problems with the song.


Originally recorded for the Keepin' Me Up Nights album, Boot Scootin' Boogie never made it to the radio. Its real-life counterpart was a line dance created by choreographer Bill Bader that was subsequently added to the official line dance list.

This Boot Scootin' Boogie-like dance was performed by Asleep at the Wheel in 1990. It was also performed by Brooks & Dunn, who released it on their debut album, Hard Workin' Man, in 1992. It remains a staple in country bars and dance clubs. It is also credited with reinvigorating line dancing in the United States, which had been a dying art in the 1990s. It is considered one of the best dances in American history.

The aforementioned is also the most common name for the aforementioned lonesome line dance. It is considered to be the most awe-inspiring of all of them. The most popular version of this dance has the following steps: the line up, the tuck, the tuck, and the tuck.

Although the Boot-Scootin' Boogie was not the best-selling single of its era, it was a major breakthrough for the duo. In fact, it was Brooks & Dunn's fourth consecutive No. 1 country hit. It was also the duo's most popular single and sold over six million copies. It was also certified 6x platinum.

While the Boot-Scootin' Boogie may not have ranked in the top ten for any given list of dances, it was certainly a contender for the top spot in the line dance department. It is also credited with reviving the line dancing craze of the 1980s, a time when honky-tonk dancing was thought of as the purview of the elite.

Tribute to Charley Pride

Known as the first black country music star, Charley Pride impacted the country music industry for decades. His rich baritone helped him earn more than 30 Top 10 singles and earn three Grammy Awards. His powerful vocals have sold millions of records and earned him a place in the country music hall of fame. Charley Pride passed away on December 12, 2020. But his legacy lives on. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2000, and his son Dion Pride recently performed at a tribute event to his father.

On August 25, CMT will broadcast a special concert called CMT Giants: Charley Pride. The special will feature a star-studded lineup of country music legends including George Strait, Luke Combs, Alan Jackson, Garth Brooks, Darius Rucker, Wynonna, and Mickey Guyton. The show will also feature rare archival photos, interviews with Charley Pride's family and collaborators, and commentary.

CMT Giants: Charley Pride will be broadcast on Wednesday, August 25 at 9/8 Central. It will also be broadcast on Sunday, August 29 at 12/11 Central. The concert special will include performances by country music legends and rising stars. It will feature special tributes from Texas Ranger legend Nolan Ryan, Rozene Pride, and Ronnie Milsa.

The concert special is a tribute to Charley Pride and will feature a number of his superstar friends. He is remembered by country music legends Jimmie Allen and Lee Ann Womack, who called him "Superman." His daughter Gina Miller said he was "a legend of his time." His son Dion Pride will also perform at the event. The family will also share memories of Charley Pride during the tribute event.

Known for his strong voice and powerful ballads, Charley Pride was the first African-American to win a Country Music Association's Top Male Vocalist award and the first Black member of the Country Music Hall of Fame. He also had a huge crossover hit with "Kiss an Angel Good Mornin'." Charley Pride sold over one million singles, earning the title "The First Black Man in Country Music." His death from complications relating to Covid-19 has left the music world in mourning.

Boot Scootin Boogie - Brooks & Dunn - Interprt Par Duo PulTion

'Boot Scootin Boogie' by Brooks & Dunn is a great tribute to the line dancing of the 1950s. It's a fun, lively song that's sure to get everyone moving. Brooks & Dunn have produced a couple of great records over the years, but their latest album is their best yet.


Almost 20 years after their debut, country duo Brooks & Dunn have teamed up with country trio Midland for a special version of their hit single "Boot Scootin' Boogie" on their latest album Reboot. The duo has collaborated with other country artists in the past, including Luke Combs, Brett Young, Ashley McBryde, Kane Brown, and Thomas Rhett. They have also performed on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, and continue their residency at Las Vegas' Bellagio.

"Boot Scootin' Boogie" is one of the duo's best hits, and is one of the few songs that they have worked on with an artist other than themselves. Midland has a traditional country sound that works perfectly for the duo's hit. They added background vocals and performed the song on Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show. They also shared audio for all of the songs on their album on YouTube.

Brooks & Dunn's new album Reboot will feature a variety of artists and collaborations, including Brooks & Dunn and Midland's "Boot Scootin' Boogie". The duo also revealed a full list of artists they are teaming up with, including Ashley McBryde, Kane Brown, Luke Combs, and Thomas Rhett. The duo is also playing several festival dates and will continue their residency at Las Vegas' Bellagio. This is a great opportunity to see them perform their hits live. They also have several songs available to purchase from their official website, including "Boot Scootin'" and "Believe". They also recently debuted a few songs off the new album, and shared them on YouTube.

Tribute to the honky-tonk line dancing

Whether you're looking for an easy dance, a dance that's more challenging, or just want to get out and dance to a live music band, there are a number of honky-tonk classics that you can learn. For example, you can dance along to Bill Bader's version of the Asleep at the Wheel song, which has set six consecutive world records for the World's Largest Line Dance.

Another great song is Alan Jackson's "Livin'." This song is perfect for hitting the dance floor with your best friends. If you're looking for a more alternative country song, try out Steve Earle's "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk." Both songs are perfect for a night out at a dance club or a honky-tonk.

If you're a fan of line dancing, you'll definitely want to try out "Boot Scotin' Boogie." This song pays tribute to line dancing in a Texas-style honky-tonk. It's a great song for beginners, too. "Boot" means music and "Scotin'" means whiskey. "Boogie" is also a term that's associated with women.

Other popular country line dances include "The Cowgirl Twist," which is associated with Vince Gill and country music in general. It's a fun dance for beginners and a great way to get out and dance with your friends. You can also try out "The Locomotion" or "The Cha Cha Slide." These are also great songs for beginners. For more line dances, check out Honky Tonk Angels' line dance list. These bands perform traditional and contemporary country music as well as choreographed barn dances. You can customize a line dance list to suit your needs. You can even have them play classic country music to make your event more memorable. You can find out more about Honky Tonk Angels at their website. You can also check out their upcoming shows. You can book them for your next event! It's a great way to get your friends and family involved in your next event! It's sure to be a great night!


'Boot Scootin' Boogie' is one of the most popular country dances in history. It has been credited with reinvigorating line dancing in the United States. This dance is a simple step by step routine that is easy to learn.

'Boot Scootin' was the fourth single released by Brooks & Dunn and peaked at number one on RPM Country Tracks. The song was also a top twenty hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. It was also played on popular pop music radio stations. It has since become a staple of country bars. The song is easy to learn and it's a fun and easy dance to do with your friends. It is the duo's fourth number one hit.

Brooks & Dunn released their first album in twelve years, 'Reboot', in April. It features classic hits such as 'Boot Scootin'' and 'Picket Captain'. It also features the hit single 'Mr. Lonely' which is the lead single from the upcoming album, 'Let It Roll'. The duo will also tour in support of 'Let It Roll'. The tour will kick off in September. The tour will also feature Bretty Young, Cody Johnson and Luke Combs.

'Boot Scootin'' is one of the most popular country dances and was written by Ronnie Dunn. The song became a huge hit, reaching number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and number fifty on the Billboard Hot 100.

Pointer Sisters Medley Cover

Pointer sisters medley cover

Having just been released in the UK, Pointer Sisters' latest album is a medley of songs that were all recorded together in the studio. It features some great songs and is definitely worth a listen. The first track is a cover of The Beatles' "You Can't Do That In A Melody" and the second track is "Holding Out For A Hero" by The Four Tops. Both songs are catchy and upbeat.

They were a jazz group at the time

Those of you who don't know who the Pointer Sisters are may be wondering. These are the first black group to perform at the Grand Ole Opry. They have also been inducted into the Soul Train Hall of Fame. These girls have been in the music business for decades, and continue to entertain fans with their own voices. Their songs have also been sampled by Salt-N-Pepa.

The Pointer Sisters are a black pop group. Their songs were popular during the 1980s. Their singles reached the top of the R&B charts. Their albums were often successful. Several of their albums went platinum. They were also awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. They have won three Grammy Awards.

In the early 1970s, the Pointer Sisters were a quartet. Their back cover photo was taken by Herb Greene. Their music was jazz and R&B influenced. The group was composed of Ruth Pointer, Anita Pointer, and June Pointer.

In the late 1970s, the group began to change. They were no longer a quartet. They had a new member, Ruth Pointer's granddaughter Issa. They recorded a one-off album for Motown. Their album was titled Having a Party. The songs on the album were reminiscent of the music on their first album.

After Ruth's departure in 1976, the group had a new line-up. June struggled with depression and chemical dependency. Ruth stepped in to fill her role on occasion. The group was also going through personal issues. They were also suffering from illness. The sisters took a trip to Houston in 1969.

The Pointer Sisters had a number one R&B hit with "Going Down Slowly" in 1975. This song was featured in the movie Car Wash. They were also invited to perform at the Grand Ole Opry.

The Pointers reworked old songs and black musical traditions. They also took on Broadway show tunes. They recorded songs such as "How Long" and "He's So Shy" on their albums.

They became a staple on the radio in the early 1980s. "How Long" made the R&B top 20 and "Slow Hand" made the top two on the album Black and White. They also recorded a country song called "Fairytale." This song was covered by Elvis Presley.

They ditched the earnest dungarees and headscarves

Those of you that remember the Pointers from their heyday may be surprised to find that they are still kicking it today. The group is made up of the aforementioned sisters and their respective offspring, with the exception of June Pointers who died of cancer in 2006. Aside from their sextenth anniversary in 2009, they performed in front of an audience of neophytes and veterans during an impromptu reunion in New York in 2010.

The Pointers' most popular song, "Seduction", was a jumbo-sized hit that made the rounds in a variety of rock radio formats. They also racked up a handful of a-list guest turns from the likes of Bonnie Raitt and Stevie Wonder. It also marked the group's last record for Blue Thumb. They moved on to the more lucrative Planet, a subsidiary of Motown.

The Pointers' most celebrated album, "Steppin'," was a multi-part fusion of funk, jazz and soul, with a nifty nod to country and western. It also boasted the group's best selling single, the aptly named "Small World." They also produced the pointy-mouted best of list for their 2003 LP, "Having a Party." The Pointers have had a colourful and illustrious career that has seen them rise from the ashes of their parent group to a cult of funk aficionados. Among their many accolades, they were named one of Rolling Stone's Best New Bands in America in 2006. The sisters also performed a funk-infused version of Sesame Street's famous "Pinball Number Count" segment. The group also produced an envious number of trinkets, from T-shirts to an ad for a new line of eyeglasses. They have since re-formed, this time sans eldest sister Ruth, but with a more seasoned line-up consisting of the group's two surviving members, June and Anita. They are still going strong today, performing in front of a live audience. The Pointers are also known for their mead-drinking schmoozy and a healthy dose of bravado. In fact, Ruth has since battled her way out of a cocaine addiction and has teamed up with her daughter, Issa, in a new project called the Pointers.

They ditched the earnest funk

During the late 70s and early 80s, the Pointer Sisters were one of the most successful groups of their generation. They specialized in R&B and funk. They are considered one of the greats missing from the great girl groups of the 1960s and 1970s. They were given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1994 and have since continued to tour. They even appeared in the closing ceremony of the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.

In the late 70s and early 80s, the Pointer Sisters were a funk band with an urban sound. They had a hit with "Seduction," a well-judged melange of pop and country. They also teamed with producer Richard Perry.

In the late 80s and early 90s, the Pointer Sisters took a more rock-oriented approach. They also ditched their retro look and shoulder pads for neon miniskirts. They also began to perform at military-based events. They also toured the world in the Fats Waller musical Ain't Misbehavin'.

They also recorded a cast album. Their most successful album was Energy, a Gold record. Its lead single, "Fire," peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100. They also collaborated with Stevie Wonder. They also appeared on Johnny Carson's show. They also performed with Gloria Estefan. They were invited to perform on variety shows by Diana Ross and Carol Burnett.

The Pointer Sisters have also toured the world with B.B. King. They have also appeared on "The Johnny Carson Show," "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," "Celebrity Family Feud," "Carol Burnett's Christmas Show," "The Ellen DeGeneres Christmas Special," and "The Steve Harvey Show." They were also featured in the NBC primetime special "Out All Night."

They were also featured in an NBC commercial featuring Diet Coke. They performed in the closing ceremony of the 1996 Summer Olympics. They have toured the world and have received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. They also have a daughter, Issa Pointer, who was a member of the Pointer Sisters from 2002 to 2009. They are one of the last surviving original girl groups.

They were a family affair

Originally formed by the sisters Ruth, June, Anita and Bonnie, Pointers began to work as session singers. Pointers signed to Atlantic Records in the early 70s. They released a couple of albums and made a couple of hits. They were a harmony-driven group that could cover a wide variety of genres. They were a middle-of-the-road act that racked up 16 Top 40 hits on Billboard. However, the Pointers fought over who was in charge of lead vocals.

Pointers' "Seduction" was a crossover baby-boomer hit. It was a well-judged melange of soul, country and pop. It also was produced by Richard Perry. This marked the pinnacle of the group's career. It was also the point where Ruth Pointer confronted her cocaine addiction.

The Sisters were an eclectic group that toured as a group and sung in a medley. They also played comedy sketches. In one, they were portrayed as a couple who were hungrier than a henpecked man. They were also a group that dressed like 1940s housewives.

Pointers' next album, Steppin', featured three heavy funk masterpieces. They also covered Bacharach and David's "Happy", the Rolling Stones' "Happy", and Steely Dan's "Dirty Work". It was a collection of eclectic tunes that sometimes seemed disorienting.

Pointers' final album for Blue Thumb, Having a Party, featured a collaboration with Stevie Wonder. The Sisters also worked with David Rubinson, who had produced early Herbie Hancock fusion masterpieces. This resulted in a symphony of spaced-out elements. The track "Automatic" featured synthesiser riffs and surfeit of hooks.

The Sisters worked with David Rubinson again on their third album, Yes We Can Can. This time, they were a funk and soul group. The album was released three years after the band cut the song. The lyrics tell the story of an addict. This song is dark and carnal, and Ruth's vocal delivery is more sinister than her fellow Sisters.

The Pointers Sisters have continued to record and tour as a group, but have been without June Pointer since 2004. Ruth's daughter, Issa, joined the group in 2006. The Pointer Sisters have performed at several live shows over the years. They are scheduled to perform at Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta, Georgia.

Angelica sings Redneck Woman Live @ Harrah's Las Vegas Piano Bar

Angelica sings Redneck Woman Live  Harris Las Vegas Piano Bar

Whether you're looking for a night out or you want to get your groove on, The Piano Bar is the perfect place for you. This Las Vegas bar is located at the famous Las Vegas Strip, and offers a variety of shows, foods, and drinks to keep you entertained.

Angelica performs Redneck Woman Live

Seeing Angelica in the flesh is like taking a trip to the Grand Canyon. If that's not in the cards, the enviable gent will snag a cab to the illustrious Las Vegas Strip. Luckily for him, the aforementioned mega-megha has a well-stocked bar atop which to entertain the feisty and the feisty's feisty. One of the best parts of the shebang is the fact that Angelica will not only be performing a sold out show but the entire evening is free! The show will feature the likes of Angelica's illustrious bandmates, fellow music aficionados and fans, including a special performance by the illustrious bandmates, as well as special guests.

The Piano Bar is a great place to have fun on the Strip

Whether you are looking for a place to have a great night out or an upscale venue to hold a special occasion, the Piano Bar at Harrah Las Vegas is a great place to be. Offering live performances, interactive shows, and a variety of Las Vegas themed performers, this bar is a must for any trip to the Las Vegas Strip.

The Piano Bar is a popular Las Vegas bar that specializes in dueling piano shows. The pianos are in the center of the venue, and guests can see them from different seats. During a show, the pianists perform classics, pop songs, and 80s music. They take requests from the audience and play them while the crowd sings along.

There are also tribute acts and karaoke shows at The Piano Bar. You can take part in Big Elvis, an Elvis tribute show, and DJ Rusty's All-Star Las Vegas Karaoke. The bar also offers bartop video poker. There are also drink specials and a unique cocktail menu.

Another great piano bar in Las Vegas is The Bar at Times Square, which is a sports bar type environment. It has a lively atmosphere and offers a variety of drinks and beverages. The bar is open until 2 a.m. and has a limited food menu until 11 p.m. It also offers comped drinks and shots.

If you are looking for a piano bar that provides a classier atmosphere, then the Napoleon's Dueling Piano Bar is a great choice. It offers a wide selection of drinks, an impressive wine list, and an exclusive cigar lounge. It also features leather seating, detailed molding, and a white checkered floor. The bar also accommodates audience requests.

You can enjoy a variety of drinks

Whether it's for your upcoming bachelor party or just for fun, the piano bar is a great way to unwind. The bar features live pianists and the odd one out, a karaoke show. Aside from its karaoke competition, it also boasts a full slate of live shows. The Piano Bar at Harrah's is a good choice for special occasions like weddings and birthdays. It's also home to a small but select list of celebrities.

The Piano Bar at Harrah's isn't for the faint of heart, but it does boast a full slate of live shows and on-site food and beverage delivery. Aside from its karaoke competition, it's also home to the aforementioned Big Elvis and the odd one out, a karaoke show. This isn't for the faint of heart though, so be prepared to sing your heart out. There's no denying that the Piano Bar at Harrah's is one of Las Vegas's best piano bars. It's also a requisite stop on the way to the Strip. It's also home to the best karaoke in town, according to many locals. This isn't the only piano bar in Las Vegas, but it's certainly one of the best. Fortunately, the piano bar at Harrah's is conveniently located in the heart of the Strip. Whether you're savoring your post-bar libation or catching up with the gang, the Piano Bar at Harrah's has got you covered. Whether you're a Vegas local or a tourist, the Piano Bar at Harrah's will keep you entertained and fueled for a night on the town.

You can watch a variety of shows

Getting your feet tapping at a Las Vegas piano bar is a fun way to spend an evening. You can choose from a variety of live shows and pianists, as well as the chance to sing along with DJ Rusty's All-Star Las Vegas Karaoke. These piano bars are also perfect for bachelorette parties and special celebrations. Here are five of the best piano bars in the Strip.

The Piano Bar at Harrah's is a popular Las Vegas Strip venue that features Big Elvis (Pete Valle) and other pianists. It also offers karaoke and bar-top gaming. You can also order food from the bar's kitchen. The piano bar is located in the heart of the Strip, making it the perfect place to spend a night out. It's also a great place for bachelorette parties, birthday celebrations, and other special occasions. You can get food from the bar's kitchen, and you can even order a cake from the bakery.

If you're looking for a piano bar with a more party vibe, then the Big Bang Dueling Piano Bar is a great choice. This Las Vegas Strip venue is a popular nightclub that plays a mix of classic and contemporary music. You can even request a song in advance and have a pianist play it for you. It's also one of the most popular dueling piano bars in Las Vegas.

Angelica Montano - Live... I Will Always Love You...

Angelica sings Live I will always love you

Whenever I hear the song Live... I will always love you I think of Angelica. She is from a family of purepecha Indianas and her passion is health and fitness.

Jennifer Hudson performs Live... I will always love you

During the 2010 BET Honors, Jennifer Hudson paid tribute to the late singer Whitney Houston with a performance of her hit song, "I Will Always Love You". Host LL Cool J played a video of Hudson's classic performance of the song, which won two Grammy Awards in 1993.

The song's video was directed by Alan Smithee. It begins with the singer performing the song from The Bodyguard. The video then changes to a scene of an open camp surrounded by snow. In the climax of the song, the Tennessee State Choir joins in.

Jennifer Hudson's performance of the song was a true tribute to Houston, and was one of the highlights of the 2010 BET Honors. It was also the first time she performed a song written by Aretha Franklin. The hymn is included on her 1972 album, and Hudson's performance of it was also included on the concert documentary.

At the end of her performance, Hudson held back tears, and the audience praised her for her acoustic rendition of the song. She also improvised conversations with audience members. Among those who praised her performance were singers Stevie Wonder, Fantasia, and Faith Hill.

The singer also joined forces with Lupe Fiasco and Common to perform a collaborative track for cancer awareness. She also cried during rehearsals.

During the show, Hudson also sang the Dolly Parton song, "My Girl". The song was originally written by Dolly Parton for Porter Wagoner and soared on Billboard country charts. It was also nominated for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals at the 38th annual Grammy Awards.

In addition to her performance, Jennifer Hudson joined fellow "American Idol" alums George Huff and Rickey Minor for a musical tribute to Orlando. The singer also wore a white blazer and hooded dress, which is inspired by Prince's outfit at the 2005 People's Choice Awards.

Her ancestors are purepecha Indianas

Having a ancestor who was born in Whittier, California, Angelica Montano is well-versed in the Purepecha and Meso American cultures. Her parents are Purepecha Indians and she is descended from a long line of Purhepecha ancestors. She is a self-described music geek and a philanthropist who is also a big animal lover. She advocates for the rights of animals and pets and hosts Super Adoption Events for Best Friends Animal Society. Montano's concert, which she holds at the Whittier Civic Center, is a charitable event in the truest sense of the word. She donates a portion of the ticket sales to Best Friends Animal Society. She also hosts a virtual concert which will benefit her community.

Her performance also showcases the sounds of Mexico. Unlike the other Purepecha Indians of the day, her parents were fortunate enough to be able to travel to the far off land of Michoacan and experience the culture first hand. It's no surprise that her music and performances are a blend of the ancient and modern. She is also a proponent of the benefits of volunteering at events such as Best Friends' Super Adoption Events. Having a pet is a major part of the Purepecha culture. Her concert is a chance for her to honor her ancestors and the plethora of Purepecha pets she has fostered and cared for. It's an exciting opportunity for her to demonstrate her love of animals and her love of Mexico to the rest of the world.

In addition to her music performances, she is also a big animal lover and has been known to donate a portion of her concert tickets to her favorite cause, the Best Friends Animal Society. Her concert is a way to honor her ancestors while lifting the spirits of the Purepecha community.

Her passions are health and fitness

Despite a relatively modest background, Angelica's passions are health and fitness. She has spent her life playing sports and participating in various exercise programs, and she has a master's degree in public health. She is a certified personal trainer, fitness instructor, and group exercise instructor. She has even competed in the Arnold Sports Festival.

Her passion for fitness is evident, and she has a natural gift for helping people achieve their fitness goals. She specializes in weight loss, injury prevention, and injury recovery. She has worked with hundreds of women to help them reach their goals. She has been featured in My Fitness Pal, Authority Magazine, and Entrepreneur. She also writes about fitness and healthy sexuality. In her spare time, she likes to hike, try new food spots, and bake with her sister. She also enjoys spending time at the beach and doing yoga.

Angelica has a unique set of talents, and she is an all-star in the fitness world. Her ability to turn a hobby into a full-time career has earned her an IFBB Pro title and two Bikini Olympia titles. She also has a Bachelor's of Science degree in Food Science and Nutrition from Uppsala University in Sweden. She has worked as a full-time coach in Sweden since 2014. Her knowledge of nutrition has enabled her to help others develop healthy lifestyles.

She is a member of the American Fitness Association (AFAA), and has certified in a number of fitness disciplines, including yoga, strength and conditioning, and group exercise. She has a passion for helping others achieve their goals, and has a strong belief in the importance of positive mental health. She also believes that wellness starts from within.

Her single Regresa was also pre- nominated in three categories

Considering that the average consumer spends about 10 minutes a day reading news and gossip online, one would think that the best and brightest amongst us would be well suited to a career in a digital age. In fact, the aforementioned gent is a bona fide professional, having previously tamped off the competition for the job of Chief Technology Officer of his company's Silicon Valley labs. Besides being an excellent nipper, he's also an outstanding team player, as demonstrated by his exemplary performance during his tenure as head of the aforementioned shindig. He also knows a good afro when he sees one. With all this said and done, it's no wonder he was able to snag the top spot on the list of finalists. He's also a dab hand at the board game chess and has a knack for spotting the sexiest mates.

Her career before REINA

Among the most celebrated artists of the eighteenth century was Angelica Kauffman, a Neoclassical painter who made a statement that women were models for inspiration. Her skill was phenomenal and her dedication to painting was unwavering.

Kauffman was born on October 30, 1741 in Switzerland. She spent her early years in Switzerland and Italy. In 1766 she moved to London. She then moved to Rome, where she established a successful studio. During her time in Rome she became one of the most celebrated painters.

Angelica Kauffman became famous for her portraits in neo-classical style. She is also noted for her skill in figure welding. Her studio became a popular place for the residents of Rome and other intellectuals to view her work.

Angelica Kauffman was a friend of many influential artists in her time, including Joshua Reynolds. She also was one of the two women who founded the Royal Academy in London.

Angelica was well-educated, and was fluent in four languages. She traveled throughout Europe and was well-connected. She was a great friend of Johann Wolfgang Goethe. She was a member of a famous art society, and she was the second highest-paid portrait artist during her lifetime.

She lived in Rome for several years, and her studio became a popular spot for art lovers on a grand tour. Her work was highly regarded, and she was a member of the most prestigious art society in Europe.

She died in 1807, and Antonio Canova organized a lavish funeral for her. After her death, she was considered the most famous painter in Rome. She was also well-known in Switzerland, England, and Italy.

Angelica's career before REINA included a stint as a child star. She appeared in several movies. She also appeared in kilig shows for kids.

The Derby - Crvena Zvezda Vs Partizan Documentary

The Derby Crvena Zvezda vs Partizan Documentary

Those of you who follow the sport of football will be delighted to learn that there's a documentary out that tells the story of the Belgrade derby between Crvena Zvezda and Partizan. From the origins of the match to the effect it had on the game of football in Yugoslavia, the documentary is worth a watch.

Origins of the Belgrade derby

Historically, the Belgrade derby is one of the most vicious and violent derbies in the world. It is a game between two of the strongest teams in Serbian football. The game is a battle between rival fans and players that is a mix of political ideology and football.

The origins of the Belgrade derby go back to the Second World War. There was a rivalry between two rival clubs, Red Star and Partizan, as well as other pre-war Yugoslav clubs. The clubs would clash against each other for dominance in the Yugoslav First League, a league that lasted for three years. The rivalry grew stronger after the breakup of Yugoslavia. The clubs were separated from each other in the post-war era, but their ferocious fans would continue to clash.

During the wars, the Serbian Volunteer Guard - or Tigers - was a murderous paramilitary force that was comprised of Red Star ultras. Its members committed the worst atrocities during the wars of secession in former Yugoslavia. These ultras formed the basis for the club's name.

A major event in eastern European football occurred in Partizan Belgrade in October 1992. Red Star and Partizan fans united against the Croats, whom they believed to be the enemy. Their hatred was so great that they even set fire to the stands of the Red Star's Marakana stadium. They were then surrounded by the Serb Volunteer Guard. This triggered a mass brawl. The match was delayed by 45 minutes and a number of fans were injured.

The Eternal Derby is a sporting event that occurs between Red Star and Partizan. The two clubs have dominated Yugoslav football throughout the first league and won 11 national championships and two regional trophies. They have also played against Dinamo Zagreb and Hajduk Split. The rivalry has also been a source of violence off the pitch.

In the nineties, the rivalry between Red Star and Partizan became a political battle between the Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Defence. Red Star was suspected by Marshall Josip Broz Tito of being collaborators with the enemy. The Serbian football federation was severely punished by UEFA for allowing such incidents to occur. In the meantime, the government of Serbia was cracking down on organized hooliganism. The Serbian police were also increased to guard the matchdays and prevent nasty incidents from occurring.

The Eternal Derby in Belgrade is a match between the two strongest teams in Serbia. The game is considered one of the most dangerous football matches in the world, with fans in the stands and on the pitch often violent toward one another. It is not uncommon for a fan to be killed during a match.

Organised hooliganism has been the source of many high profile incidents over the years. Fans are known to clash outside stadia and burn seats in their home stadiums. Some fans are known to set fire to cars and even launch missiles and stun grenades at the police.

Impact of Brazil's football culture on Yugoslavia's game

Historically, Brazil has had a strong impact on the game of football, albeit in a positive way. The country has had five World Cup titles in its history, and its football team is the focal point of its culture. While the team has had some success on the international stage, Brazil has been beaten by the bigger boys on several occasions. However, its football culture is unique in its own right. Football in Brazil is not merely a game, but a cultural rite of passage. In addition to learning the rules of the game, players in Brazil are also taught to appreciate the beauty of the game.

Aside from being an Olympic sport, football is a highly popular sport in Brazil. In fact, in the early twentieth century, it was not uncommon to see Brazilians watching training sessions from roofs of buildings surrounding football fields. The same cannot be said of cricket. Football was also easier to play in residential areas than cricket. Although there were no black players in the country before 1938, the CR Vasco da Gama club in Brazil was the first professional team to recruit black players.

The name of the match was probably not in the scorecard, but it was a major event in the football world. The game was played in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and was the brainchild of British General Michael Rose. The match was played under heavy surveillance. A Brazilian fan was even spotted at the match.

The most interesting part of the event is how the game was organized. This was achieved by incorporating several hundred soldiers and four American F16s into the festivities. The tournament was subsequently expanded to two other venues. The stadium in question was the Estadio Centenario, which was built five days after the first game. The biggest question is why didn't more countries join the football fray?

Football is a great way for players to make friends, and it gives them something to talk about. However, it cannot lead to war in a country that is already at war. A football match can spur a country into action, but it cannot be the deciding factor. A country that wants to secede from the rest of the world should do so on its own terms, and football cannot make that happen.

The biggest lesson learned is that the game is not just about scoring points, but about being a team player. Players are also encouraged to display a more sophisticated style of play, a lesson that was passed on to the next generation of Brazilian footballers.

Football is a good way to promote social cohesion, and is a good way to get kids out of the house and into the community. In addition, it is a great way to see new places and learn about other people.

Outlook for Serbian football

Despite a relatively good qualifying record, Serbia has not qualified for the Euros since the Yugoslav era, with the team finishing fourth in 1930 and third in 1962. In the past two World Cups, the country has not advanced past the group stage. They will have a chance to avenge that loss when they face Brazil in Moscow on June 4. They are expected to be one of the most brutal teams to come out of Pot 3 in the draw.

The Serbian government is trying to present a new image of the country to the western world. However, the country's image has been tarnished by the violent crimes committed by football hooligans. These crimes have been fueled by successive governments. There is evidence that government officials use football hooligans as political enforcers.

One of the most recent incidents involved a Serbian footballer who sliced through turnstiles at Genoa's football stadium. Ivan Bogdanov's act reaffirmed Serbia as a nation of hooliganism. In 2010, 6,000 far-right militants attacked 1,000 LGBT activists with Molotov cocktails.

A recent study by Dobrivoje Radovanovic, the Director of the Belgrade Institute of Criminological and Sociological Research, found that government officials use football hooligans as political enforcers. This is supported by evidence of connections between the Montenegrin crime group and former Prime Minister Ivica Toncev.

The Serbian government has been talking tough about hooliganism in order to gain Western support. However, in recent years, the judiciary has sided with football hooligans. This may be a deliberate move to give the Serbian football team the appearance of being a clean, modern country.

The Serb government has been trying to reform the country's image and refocus its media outlets on a positive message. It has bailed out Red Star Belgrade with government funds, placed business partner Slavisa Kokeza as vice president of the club, and urged judges to make honorary board positions. The government also announced a nationwide "war on crime" when Vucic assumed the post of Deputy Prime Minister of Russia.

In addition to the violence against LGBT activists, the Serbian government has also supported football hooligans. During Vucic's inauguration ceremony in 2014, thugs were seen dragging a journalist and an anti-Vucic supporter out of the crowd. In 2011, an attack by Red Star Belgrade hooligans on a Kosovo-Serbia border crossing prompted an assault by the police. The attack resulted in the killing of 10 senior members of the country's leading football firms.

The government has also helped football hooligans with crowd control, such as when the team played Switzerland in the UEFA qualifiers in 2010. When Serbia played Portugal in early 2018, the team tied on points and tied on goal differential. However, Serbia drew with Switzerland, which put the team in a very tough position for the group finale.

LeBron James Returns to Lakers Practice With Dennis Schroder and Bojan Bogdanovic

Lakers Practice LeBron James Returns to Practice with Dennis Schroder

Earlier this month, it was reported that LeBron James returned to the Lakers' practice facility for the first time in nearly a year. As part of his return to practice, he reconnected with Bojan Bogdanovic and Dennis Schroder. These two have been with the team for several years, and they've been working on improving their overall game. These two players, along with Thomas Bryant, are expected to be part of the Lakers' starting lineup.

Thomas Bryant

Despite having missed two games, LeBron James has returned to practice in a big way. He is targeting a return on Wednesday against the Rockets. He hasn't played since April 30. He's looking good in practice, however, and he has a good chance of playing Sunday against the Spurs.

LeBron has been on the mend since he sprained his right ankle. He has been working to make up for the missed games, and has been looking "great" in practice. Frank Vogel says there's no hard limit on the amount of minutes LeBron will play. He is aiming for a full recovery, but he could end up missing more games.

LeBron is listed as "doubtful" for Friday's game against Detroit. He may be able to play after re-evaluation in a week. However, he's not expected to replace Patrick Beverley. Instead, he'll likely compete for minutes with Kendrick Nunn and Austin Reaves. This should be a big help for Los Angeles, and should provide some added depth.

Dennis Schroder will also be back in action for the Lakers on Friday. Schroder has been in and out of the lineup, but he should make his official debut. Schroder is a versatile, 6 foot-3 ball handling guard who has proven to be a reliable secondary scoring option. His ability to attack the basket is a plus, and he is known for his speed. Schroder has also shown to be a capable facilitator.

He's averaging 17.9 points and 4.9 assists per game. He also leads the Lakers in minutes played. His contract is less than 20 percent of the salary of Russell Westbrook. He's a versatile player who can be relied on to shoot the 3 point shot. And, he's a good candidate for the occasional breakout game.

The Lakers are still missing key players. The team is missing Aaron Holiday, Max Christie, Alex Caruso, and Talen Horton-Tucker, all of whom are expected to be out for a while. Even Juan Toscano-Anderson is questionable for this game.

The Lakers have also been rehabilitated by the return of Thomas Bryant, who hasn't played in nearly a month. Bryant has a shot to provide some needed balance and to solve some key problems in LeBron's absence. He's also a physical presence, and is a good candidate to play next to Anthony Davis. Bryant also offers some shooting upside.

Schroder and Bryant should have an impact on the 3-10 Lakers. They should make the most of their opportunities and help the Lakers get back on track this season. Their return to practice is a big positive for Los Angeles. They both have been eager to get back on the court, and they have been lifting weights and improving their game shape.

Dennis Schroder

Despite the Lakers' 0-5 start to the season, both LeBron James and Dennis Schroder are expected to be back on the court soon. Both players were removed from the injury report Thursday, but the Lakers are still in doubt about whether they will be able to play on Friday against Detroit. Although there was no official update on their status, Ham said that both players looked good in practice on Wednesday, and that they will be evaluated over the next few days.

LeBron James missed two games this past week with a strained left adductor muscle. He is expected to return on Friday, though Ham hasn't provided a clear timetable. He is also questionable for Sunday's game against the San Antonio Spurs.

Schroder has been sidelined since the beginning of the season. He missed most of training camp due to visa issues, and then had thumb surgery after the start of the season. Although he has played one preseason game for the Lakers, his role is still up in the air.

He's expected to play a role off the bench for the Lakers, although his workload could be limited by his thumb injury. The Lakers have a small group of small guards already, and it may be difficult to fit Schroder into the rotation. However, he is expected to be the top guard off the bench for the Lakers this season.

In his 61 games with the Lakers last season, Schroder averaged 15.4 points and 5.8 assists. He shot 40 percent from the floor and 33.5 percent from three-point range. In six playoff games, Schroder averaged 14.3 points and 3.0 rebounds. He also shot 30.8 percent from deep in the playoffs.

He recently turned down a four-year, $84 million extension with the Lakers. After the Lakers' playoff loss to the Celtics, Schroder said that he would not be signing a contract extension with the team. This is a positive sign for the Lakers, who will now have more depth at the guard position. The Lakers could also benefit from having Schroder and Bryant together on the court. They are both recovering well from their respective injuries, and they should be able to return to the court soon.

Schroder has played with all of the Lakers' principals at one point or another, and he has a good rapport with James. He has a reputation for being a fast, strong ball handler, and he is known for taking opponents by surprise. He's also a reliable secondary scoring option, averaging 17.9 points and 4.9 assists per game. He is also a reliable facilitator.

Bryant has yet to make his season debut, but is expected to be ready to play on Friday against Detroit. He has recovered from a thumb injury and should be able to solve some of the Lakers' key problems.

Bojan Bogdanovic

Earlier this week, LeBron James was cleared to return from a left adductor strain, and he participated in non-contact practice with the Lakers on Wednesday. He was upgraded to questionable for Friday's game against the Detroit Pistons. If he does not play, Thomas Bryant is expected to make his season debut. The team will also likely be taking another shot at a trade for Bojan Bogdanovic.

During the offseason, the Lakers made a series of bold moves. They acquired center Thomas Bryant from Denver, traded for guard Patrick Beverley, and discussed a four-team trade with Charlotte, New York, and Utah. While these moves will only help the Lakers' chances of making the playoffs, there are still questions about how the team will play. This is especially true for the point guard position, where the team has yet to announce that they have a starter.

While the Lakers will have to make sure they do not overextend the point guard position, the team could still improve with the addition of Bojan Bogdanovic and Patrick Beverley. They are two players who can help the Lakers' defense. While Beverley has been a career 37.8% 3-point shooter, it is possible that he could improve the Lakers' defense if he were to join the Lakers on a long-term deal.

Bojan Bogdanovic has been one of the biggest targets of the Los Angeles Lakers this offseason. After averaging 18.1 points per game in his rookie season, he is averaging 20.1 points per game so far in his second season. He has shot 55.7% from the field and has been successful on nearly seven 3-point attempts per game. He also has a knack for working off the ball to take jumpers.

Dennis Schroder also is on the radar of the Lakers, but the team isn't ready to announce that he will play as their starting point guard. Head coach Frank Vogel is a big fan of Schroder's play, and believes he can play major minutes for the Lakers in his first season with the team. Vogel isn't ready to call Schroder the team's starting point guard yet, but he is ready to play Schroder major minutes this season.

Schroder has played 64 games in the NBA during his career, and he led Germany to the EuroBasket semifinals last season. He averaged 13.5 points per game and 4.6 assists per game during the '21-22 season. Schroder also averaged 3.3 RPG and 4.6 APG during his time with the Boston Celtics and Houston Rockets.

Schroder was a great scorer and rebounder, but he also had a strong perimeter defense. During his time in Boston, he played 28.7 minutes per game. Schroder averaged 8.0 assists in three elimination games, including a 30-point performance against Spain.

Kyrie Irving Apologizes

Kyrie Irving Is this supposed to be an apology

Whether or not Kyrie Irving's apology is good or bad for the NBA, one thing is for sure: the player is taking responsibility for his actions. It seems that Irving is making a statement that he has no antisemitic beliefs and that he has talked to many members of the Jewish community. He's also taken the time to make his apology a public one.

'Apology isn't an apology'

Earlier this week, Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving sparked outrage after he tweeted a link to an anti-Semitic documentary. The video was titled "Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America!" It's a documentary that contains hateful claims about Jews.

While Irving hasn't yet apologized for his tweet, he's issued a joint statement with the Nets and the Anti-Defamation League. They said they'd donate $500k to fight hate speech.

Irving is one of the most prominent members of the National Basketball Players Association and has taken a leading role in social justice issues. He has also supported the Standing Rock Sioux tribe against the construction of a pipeline to extract oil. The NBA should have invested more time and effort in Irving as a person, instead of just a celebrity.

On Saturday, the Nets and owner Joe Tsai condemned antisemitism. They also announced that Irving will be suspended indefinitely from the team. He will also miss the team's next five games. However, Irving could return to the court for one more game.

The Anti-Defamation League recorded 2,717 incidents of harassment against Jews last year. The FBI reported credible information of a wide-ranging threat to synagogues in New Jersey. The incident occurred four years after the deadliest attack on American Jews in Pittsburgh.

Irving has a history of spreading antisemitic conspiracy theories. He also didn't answer questions about the Holocaust or the Holocaust memorial in his apology.

LeBron James was one of the few NBA players who publicly condemned Irving. He said his suspension was "too harsh" and he didn't like the conditions that Irving was placed under. He also suspended his business relationship with Nike. He said he wanted a different path for Irving.

Irving's apology was not a true apology. It was a response to the public callout and a desire to get back to normal. He hasn't fully addressed what his beliefs are or whether he will appeal his suspension.

The Nets issued a statement on Saturday announcing that Irving will be suspended. He will meet with the Jewish community leaders and must participate in counseling. He has a final year left on his contract.

'I took ownership of my journey'

During a 127-115 win over the Memphis Grizzlies on Sunday, Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving made his return to the court. He averaged 26.9 points and 5.1 assists during the game, his first since he was suspended for eight games for posting antisemitic content on social media.

Irving and the Nets also pledged to work with the ADL to develop anti-bigotry educational programming. The team will also donate $500K to anti-hate organizations. The Brooklyn Nets have also reportedly set requirements for Irving's return to the court.

The Nets suspended Irving for eight games in November for failing to disavow his antisemitic beliefs. Irving was also criticized by NBA commissioner Adam Silver. Silver said Irving's actions were "unfit to be a member of the Brooklyn Nets."

After Irving's suspension, Nike suspended him from wearing its shoes. After a few days, Irving met with executives from the NBA Players Association and met with other thought leaders in the Jewish community. He also spoke to his family and met with ADL representatives.

Irving also spoke to reporters for the first time since being suspended. He thanked the NBA officials for their support and said he was on a "learning journey." He also thanked his family for their support and thanked his friends for their support. He was asked about his beliefs and said he did not believe everything in the documentary was true.

On Sunday, Irving made his return to the court, though he met with the team before returning to the court. He averaged a team-high 26.9 points and 5.1 assists in eight games since he was suspended.

The Nets also confirmed Irving's return on Friday. The organization declined to give Irving a lucrative contract extension. They also agreed to meet with Jewish leaders, donate $500k to anti-hate organizations and work with the ADL to develop anti-bigotry educational programming.

Irving has not spoken to Kevin Durant since his suspension. Durant said he trusted the organization to do the right thing. Earlier this month, Irving agreed to meet with Jewish leaders.

'I have no antisemitic beliefs'

Earlier this week, Brooklyn Nets star guard Kyrie Irving tweeted a link to an anti-Semitic movie. Irving later apologized for the "hateful remarks" he made.

Irving has been accused of linking to an anti-Semitic film - "Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America" - which purports to reveal the biblical identity of the Children of Israel. The film is based on the book of the same name, and is driven by anti-Semitic tropes. The filmmaker, who is a holocaust denier, also fabricated a quote from Adolf Hitler.

The NBA is condemning antisemitism, and will be meeting with Irving in the next week to discuss the incident. The league has legal obligations to suspend Irving, but has not yet done so. Earlier this week, Irving pledged to donate $5000 to fight hate and antisemitism, but the Anti-Defamation League said it would not accept the donation.

In an effort to clarify the issue, the Nets issued a statement, and asked Irving not to make statements after games. Irving, who has played for the Nets since 2011, has also been banned from most home games. Irving's Nike contract has been terminated.

After his suspension, Irving posted an apology on Instagram. He said he was "learning from the incident" and apologized for the "hurt" the post caused. He also pledged to donate $5000 to an anti-hate organization. He has not yet been fined by the NBA, but will meet with the league's commissioner next week.

Irving also doubled down on his support for Infowars host Alex Jones. While Irving said he doesn't believe everything in the film, he did state that the film had "some false anti-Semitic statements".

Kyrie Irving is no stranger to controversy. He has spoken out on controversial topics, including his controversial comments on the existence of God and whether the Earth is round. He has also been accused of making antisemitic statements during his career. However, Irving has never publicly acknowledged antisemitism.

According to the Anti-Defamation League, Irving has been accused of "intending to cause harm to the Jewish people and failing to make a sincere and unequivocal apology." In addition, Irving has refused to take a COVID-19 vaccination, which protects against hepatitis B.

'I have talked to several members of the Jewish community'

Earlier this month, Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving ignited controversy when he posted a link to a documentary that was slammed as anti-Semitic. The film, Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America, is said to contain conspiracy theories and Holocaust denial. It was also condemned by the National Basketball Association, the Anti-Defamation League, and the Jewish community.

Irving was suspended by the Nets for promoting the anti-Semitic film and tweeting about it, which led to a minimum five-game suspension without pay. The NBA announced a six-step plan to help Irving return to the court, including meeting with Jewish community leaders and donating $500,000. In a statement, Irving said he wanted to "heal" his hurts from controversy and pledged to donate $500,000 to anti-hate organizations.

Irving, who has missed eight games during his suspension, was scheduled to be on the court Sunday against the Memphis Grizzlies. However, he is listed as questionable for the game. The team will monitor Irving's conditioning as the game progresses.

Irving was suspended on November 3, when after refusing to say he did not have anti-Semitic beliefs. He posted a link to an anti-Semitic documentary on Twitter, which was condemned by the National Basketball Association, the Anti-Defamation league, and the Jewish community.

After the Nets suspended Irving, he was told to complete six action items to get back on the court. He must meet with the Anti-Defamation League and the Jewish community, donate $500,000 to anti-hate organizations, and complete sensitivity training. Irving's agent Shetellia Riley Irving and the NBPA executive director Tamika Tremaglio have also been helping Irving.

After meeting with the Jewish community, Irving said he had "impactful" conversations with leaders and understood the hurt caused by the comments. He also pledged to donate $500,000.

Nets general manager Sean Marks and coach Jacque Vaughn also attended the news conference, which lasted for 12 and 13 minutes, respectively. Irving also reiterated that he was not anti-Semitic and that his upbringing in West Orange, New Jersey, was a factor in the controversy.

After the news conference, Irving met with the Jewish community for the first time in nearly a week. He was also reunited with the Nets for a shootaround on Sunday.

NFL November 17 Daily Picks

November 17 Daily Picks

Whether you're a fantasy basketball guru or a beginner, you're sure to find some great picks here for the November 17 games. From the Chicago Bulls to the Portland Trail Blazers, you'll be sure to find a variety of picks to help you improve your league this week.

Los Angeles Clippers

Despite losing star forward Kawhi Leonard for the season to a partially torn ACL, the Los Angeles Clippers are still battling for a Play-In spot. In fact, the Clippers have won six of their last 10 games. They're 6-4 ATS and 3-2 SU in their last five games against the spread.

Earlier this week, the Los Angeles Clippers lost a close game against the Dallas Mavericks. The Clippers trailed by 22 points at halftime, but rallied to take the lead in the fourth quarter. They eventually lost to the Mavericks 103-101.

Los Angeles is averaging 104.9 points per game this season. That number is good for fourth in the league, but they're also allowing 106.9 points per game. That isn't good news.

Los Angeles's offense is ranked dead last in the league. They shoot 44.8 percent from the field and 34.5 percent from beyond the arc. They're also giving up 20.8 personal fouls per game. The Clippers have a positive point differential on the season, but they're still a mediocre shooting team. They've had seven more shots per game than their opponents, and they've connected on 47.6 percent of their shots from the floor.

Los Angeles has a good defense, and it's been even better lately. They've held opponents to under 108.5 points in five of their last six games. That's a better record than the Pistons, who have a 29th-ranked offense.

The Clippers are 4th in the Pacific Division and a 9.5-point underdog to the Pistons. Los Angeles is averaging 104.3 points per game in their last 10 games. They haven't scored fewer than 108.5 points in any of their last seven games.

Chicago Bulls

Considering the fact that the Chicago Bulls have already been a second round playoff team in the 2012 season, some fans might be wondering how the team could compete with the deep roster they have in 2012. That is exactly what the team has accomplished in recent years. Luckily, the forecast is looking good for the Bulls.

Despite having lost two games in a row, the Bulls are still 7-6-1 SU and 6-4-1 ATS. The Bulls have only been defeated twice this season, by the Warriors and Sixers. They are currently two games ahead of the Knicks in the Western Conference standings.

Chicago has been a hot team lately. They have won five of their last seven games and are averaging 110.8 points per game. In fact, the Bulls are 3-2 ATS when they score more than 113.3 points per game.

The Bulls were able to score more than twice as many points as the Los Angeles Clippers in their last game. They collected eight more assists than the Clippers.

The Bulls have also been able to clamp down on the perimeter. The Bulls have the fourth-lowest 3-point percentage in the league. The team is also ranked eighth in offensive efficiency.

The Bulls are averaging more than 110.7 points per game, the most in the NBA. They are averaging 20.7 points per game off turnovers. However, the Bulls have allowed 110.9 points per game this season.

The Portland Trail Blazers are a 2 point home favorite over the Chicago Bulls. The two teams will face each other on Wednesday night. The home team will win in the end. The total for this game is 220.5 points.

Portland Trail Blazers

Taking the Portland Trail Blazers to win at home against the Brooklyn Nets would be a good pick. The Blazers are a good team with a lot of high scoring players. The Nets are not a good team, but they are rebuilding.

Portland has won four of their last five games and are in a position to be a top five team in the West. The Blazers are a surprisingly good team, but there is a lot of question about their roster.

The Nets have won two of their seven games this season when they are underdogs on the moneyline. They lost to the Kings and Lakers.

The Nets gave up 153 points to the Kings and have allowed 116 to the Lakers. The Blazers have given up 107.6 points per game in their last three games, which is the third-highest total in the NBA.

The Nets are 16th in offensive rating this season. Portland has a good offensive rating, but they are 27th in points allowed per game.

The Nets have been outscored by an average of 4.5 points per game this season, which is tied for the third-highest mark in the NBA. Portland has also been outscored by an average of 4.6 points per game when the Over is set at 221.5 points.

The Nets have not played very good defense all season. They rank 22nd in defensive rating. They are also 29th in Over/Under record. This was the first time they had given up 116 points and lost a game this season.

Portland has won four of their last five games and haven't lost back-to-back games in over a month. The Trail Blazers have an overall record of 10-4 and lead the Northwest Division by half a game. They will play the Nets for the third time this season on Thursday night.

NBA Daily Fantasy Plays of the Day

Getting great value is the key to DFS success. That means finding players with the highest daily upside and finding the right matchups to exploit them. Keeping tabs on injury news and positional matchups can help you edge out the competition.

The Portland Trail Blazers are allowing the sixth-most points per game. That's good news for players like Mario Chalmers, who has averaged 22 points in the last two games without Dwyane Wade.

The Chicago Bulls are one of the most efficient teams in the NBA. The Spurs are also playing at a top-three pace. But they have a reputation for being an elite defensive team.

Blake Griffin has been averaging 33 fantasy points in the last seven games. He's also averaging double-digits in shots in five straight games. He's also averaging a career-high in points, rebounds, and assists. He's playing well off the bench.

Anfernee Simons has scored at least 20 points in four of the last five games. He's also averaging a healthy usage rate in the mid-20s.

Jerami Grant has been hot over the last three games. He's averaged a 50-FPPG rate over that stretch. He's also shooting 33.3% from behind the arc in that span.

Ivica Zubac has the highest Plus/Minus projected on FanDuel. His matchup against the Detroit Pistons will be good for him. His minutes are high, and he has double-double upside.

De'Aaron Fox has seen a significant jump in salary after his Sactown game. He's had at least 36 DraftKings points in 11 of his 12 games. He's also averaging 1.35 fantasy points per minute. This is the most efficient season of his career, and he's got a favorable home matchup.


Whether you're a racing fanatic or a betting enthusiast, there are many ways to get a leg up on the competition. This is especially true if you have access to the best horse racing betting sites and tools. Luckily, there are several ways you can get free daily horse racing picks from top experts and handicappers across America.

The best site is Pickswise.com, which offers free daily horse racing picks for major tracks across the country. They also offer the best bets for Thursday's slew of stakes races at Aqueduct and Parx. And of course, you can also check out the picks of XpressBet editor in chief Jeremy Plonk.

You'll also want to check out the Ponies Express newsletter. It includes tips on wagers at Santa Anita and the latest racing news and info. This is a good place to start, as the newsletter is authored by racing expert Robin Goodfellow. Besides, it's always a good idea to read about a horse's history and what it does well before you put your hard-earned money on the line.

The TwinSpires site has a great horse-to-watch list, which highlights several likely long shots at the Canadian harness meet. You'll also get tips on Tuesday's slate at Horseshoe and Mahoning Valley. And the best part is that you can sign up for their free newsletter and keep up to date with the latest news and tips.

The site also has a horse-of-the-day feature, where you can get picks from their top experts for the week's major stakes races. The site has all of the major horse racing tracks covered, so you'll never be stuck guessing which track is best for your bet.

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