OFFICIAL: Anderson named Head Basketball Coach at FDU

Following-up on yesterday’s report (FDU DIRT). The hiring of Tobin Anderson at FDU has now been made official. Here’s the release: Fairleigh Dickinson Director of Athletics Bradford Hurlbut announced Tuesday the hiring of Tobin Anderson as the eighth head men’s basketball coach in Knights history. Anderson will be officially introduced at a press conference on …

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Feeling like a basketball player again, Mystics’ Alysha Clark nearing return

WASHINGTON — Alysha Clark has had a decorated decade-long professional career, winning two WNBA championships and while in Poland, being named a league MVP. Yet, her most recent injury momentarily took away her confidence as a basketball player. Clark has not played competitive basketball since March 2021 when she suffered a Lisfranc injury while playing …

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Johnny Depp hugs his lawyer as Amber Heard loses motion to toss lawsuit

Johnny Depp arrives in the courtroom on May 3, 2022 at Fairfax County Circuit Court during his defamation case against ex-wife, actor Amber Heard. (Photo: Reuters) There is enough evidence to support Johnny Depp’s $50 million claim of defamation. On Tuesday, the actor’s legal team rested their case after 13 days of testimony as Depp …

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UFC fighter Uriah Hall rates nine MMA fights and scenes in movies and tv

UFC middleweight fighter Uriah Hall rates nine mixed-martial-arts scenes in movies and television, such as “Warrior” and “Attack on Titan,” for realism. Hall breaks down the kickboxing techniques in “Kickboxer,” (1989) starring Jean-Claude Van Damme. He also explains the importance of fighting rhythm and strategies in “Black Widow” (2021), “John Wick: Chapter 2” (2017), and …

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