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Texas Fishing Report - Kfda - Newschannel 10 / Amarillo News, We

Striped bass are slow. White bass are fair on shad colored Li'l Fishies. Crappie are good on minnows and chartreuse tube jigs. Catfish are good on bait shrimp, stinkbait, and liver. NORTHEAST ATHENS: Water clear; 85-89 degrees; 0.20 feet low. <br>Source:

Free-agent roundup: LeBron's shooting buddies head to Cleveland, Wizards add frontcourt depth and more | Ball Don't Lie - Yahoo Sports

He loves to play with dudes that opponents have to guard 20-plus feet away from the basket, because it creates all kind of room for drives and post-ups inside; he loves playing with dudes who can drill the open shots they get, because he really enjoys dropping dimes; he loves forcing defenses to have to decide whether to commit extra resources to stopping him from getting to the interior or whether to stay at home and prevent getting relentlessly sniped from the short corners and the weak side on ball swings. Miller and Jones are two such dudes. Miller has shot 40.9 percent from deep over the course of his 14-year professional career, and after being amnestied by the Heat last summer a luxury-tax-bill-reducing move that reportedly "disappointed" LeBron he caught on with the Memphis Grizzlies on a one-year deal for the veteran's minimum. Against all odds, the famously forever-wounded Miller stayed healthy in his return trip to Tennessee, acting as the only Grizzly to appear in all 82 games the first time he's done that since his 2000-01 Rookie of the Year turn with the Orlando Magic and finishing second in the league in 3-point accuracy (45.9 percent) behind Atlanta Hawks marksman Kyle Korver (47.2 percent) for a Memphis squad that extended the Oklahoma City Thunder to seven games in the first round of the postseason. The 6-foot-8 Jones, a 40.3 percent 3-point shooter in his 11-year career, was largely excised from Erik Spoelstra's rotation for the bulk of the Big Three era, as the plethora of superior wing options led to Jones logging just 1,123 minutes over the past three regular seasons and only sharply limited minutes during the Heat's back-to-back title runs. He found himself back in vogue during Miami's first-round playoff matchup with the Charlotte Bobcats, though, getting 16 minutes a night and shooting 43.8 percent from 3-point land in the four-game sweep. <br>Source:

Mizzou picked fourth in SEC East : Sports

Four years later, the state sought to execute a man who raped and murdered a 15-year-old girl, but it was blocked by state and federal courts over concerns about lethal injections. In Wednesday's ruling, Carney called the administration of the state's death penalty system "dysfunctional." "In California, the execution of a death sentence is so infrequent, and the delays preceding it so extraordinary, that the death penalty is deprived of any deterrent or retributive effect it might once have had," he wrote. "Such an outcome is antithetical to any civilized notion of just punishment." Since 1978, more than 900 people in the state have been sentenced to death row, where inmates spend 23 hours alone in their cells. Of those people only 13 have been executed; 94 have died of other causes. Carney said about 40% have been on death row longer than 19 years. "California's death penalty system is so plagued by inordinate and unpredictable delay that the death sentence is actually carried out against only a trivial few of those sentenced to death," Carney said, noting that it takes an average of three to five years for a death row inmate just to get an court-appointed attorney for an appeal. <br>Source:

California's death penalty unconstitutional | National News - WGAL Home

RE: Datone Jones FS: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix* SS: Morgan Burnett Defensive Overview: GM Ted Thompson has been far better at fortifying his offense than defense via the draft, although this has become an annually underachieving group under DC Dom Capers. Over the past three years, Green Bay has finished 32nd, 11th, and 25th in total defense, and 19th, 11th, and 25th in points allowed. The primary reason for 2014 optimism is the healthy return of Matthews and slot cornerback Casey Hayward, both young, high-impact performers at premium positions. They combined to miss 18 games last season. The Packers should be deep and effective in the secondary, but are counting on major up-front contributions from disappointing 2013 first-round pick Datone Jones and Peppers at age 34. <br>Source:

Silva's Pre-Camp Team Rankings - Yahoo Sports

A year after winning the SEC Eastern Division, Missouri was picked to finish fourth this season by media voters in the annual preseason poll. Only four Mizzou players cracked the preseason all-conference teamand none earning more than second-team honors. Defensive end Markus Golden was a second-team choice, while center Evan Boehm, return specialist Marcus Murphy and kicker Andrew Baggett earned third-team honors. Ive posted my All-SEC ballot later in this entry. Heres the official media team and predicted division standings: OFFENSE QB Nick Marshall, Auburn (241) RB T.J. Yeldon, Alabama (281) RB Todd Gurley, Georgia (280) WR Amari Cooper, Alabama (282) WR Sammie Coates, Auburn (207) TE O.J. Howard, Alabama (188) OL La'el Collins, LSU (231) OL Arie Kouandjio, Alabama (188) OL Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss (183) OL Cedric Ogbuehi, Texas A&M (174) C Reese Dismukes, Auburn (226) Second Team QB Dak Prescott, Mississippi State (118) RB Mike Davis, South Carolina (240) RB Alex Collins, Arkansas (126) WR Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss (182) WR Malcolm Mitchell, Georgia (71) TE C.J. <br>Source:

Meet the Padres GM candidates |

/ watch Kim Kardashian Superstar online AP Comments The Padres have looked near and far in their three-week search for a new general manager. Eight candidates have been interviewed. The new GM could be determined as soon as next week and is expected to be in place soon after the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline. Heres a glance at each of them, with emphasis on the four candidates who will likely receive a second look (denoted with an *). Name: Larry Beinfest Age: 50 Job title: Former president of baseball operations, Miami Marlins Why hell get the job: He was the first candidate interviewed by the Padres, the only one with a proven track record as a major league general manager, to say nothing of the cred he built as GM of a low-budget team (03 Marlins) that won the World Series in his second season. <br>Source:

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