This is an ESPN FC feature. Jean-Philippe Roussel pulled open the door of his hair salon. It was early evening on Jan. 19, dark and cold and already well past closing time for a Saturday. But Roussel, whose storefront is just down the street from the brasserie and the creperie and the modest church in…

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Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Lonzo Ball to Phoenix Suns? Trading for Los Angeles Lakers point guard a polarizing topic The Phoenix Suns have a very big point guard question. Is trading for Lonzo Ball the answer? Post to Facebook Sent! A link has been…

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If you’re on this website and reading the words on this page, surely you’ve already heard all about Tony Romo’s ability to predict plays before they happen, most notably in overtime of New England’s AFC Championship-winning drive in Kansas City 10 days ago. But in speaking with Awful Announcing regarding Romo’s improvement as CBS’ lead…

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Kaleb Wesson was alone behind the defense, with a chance for an easy dunk or layup. Zavier Simpson — 9 inches shorter — never gave up on the play. “He just competes,” Michigan coach John Beilein said. “He’s relentless in his desire to win.” Advertisement – Story continues below Simpson…

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Imagine a lineup of Ben Simmons, JJ Redick, Jimmy Butler, Kevin Love, and Joel Embiid. Sheesh!  As of January 24th, Love is available via trade. Well, is it actually feasible for Elton Brand and the Sixers? Let’s take a look.  Related: Sixers: 4 made up trades for Anthony Davis​ Related: Made up trade: Butler, Holiday on move in…

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Pelicans star Anthony Davis has requested a trade, informing the team he has no interest in re-signing. With news of Davis wanting out came reports that the Knicks have strong interest in trading for him. Here are the latest rumors… Jan. 31, 2:42 PM: After being unable to get Pelicans GM Dell Demps to answer…

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The team systematically collected information about their participants’ tattoos — how big they were, where they were located, and what colors were used. Credit: ©Albina_Glisic/Shutterstock/MPI CBS Tattoos are increasingly popular. Every eighth person in Germany has already felt the sting of a tattoo needle. Yet, examining tattooed people via magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) could possibly…

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A cross section of a fractal pattern, created by a laser in the Wits Structured Light Laboratory. Credit: Wits University Fractal patterns are common in nature, including in the geometric patterns of a tortoise shell, the structure of a snail shell, the leaves of a succulent plant that repeat to create an intricate pattern, and…

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This story was produced in partnership with the National Geographic Society. In a joint statememt posted online in December, some of the world’s largest conservation organizations called for 30 percent of the planet to be managed for nature by 2030—and for half the planet to be protected by 2050. And this week a United Nations…

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It’s strange but true. We may not fully understand one of the simplest metrics in observational astronomy: just what time does the Sun rise… really? It’s something so basic that we rarely thing about it. Every morning, the sunrise races at us from the east at up to (if you’re on the equator) over 1,000…

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