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سایت بت برو : Nets’ Cam Thomas out at least two weeks with ankle sprain

Nets' Cam Thomas out at least two weeks with ankle sprain

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Brooklyn Nets guard Cam Thomas will be sidelined at least two weeks with a left ankle sprain.

An MRI confirmed the injury to one of this season’s breakout stars, the Nets announced Thursday.

He was injured when he stepped on Clippers forward P.J. Tucker’s foot in the third quarter in Wednesday’s 100-93 win at home against Los Angeles.

The third-year player is averaging a team-high 26.9 points with 3.8 rebounds and 2.1 assists through eight games (seven starts) this season.

Brooklyn’s 2021 first-round pick (27th overall) averaged 8.5 points as a rookie and 10.6 per game in 2022-23.

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سایت بت برو : ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table [Rank 1 To 10], Sri Lanka ELIMINATED After BAN Vs SL Match

ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table [Rank 1 to 10], Sri Lanka ELIMINATED After BAN vs SL Match

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ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table [Rank 1 to 10], Sri Lanka ELIMINATED After BAN vs SL Match | ICC Men's ODI World Cup 2023 Standings
ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table [Rank 1 to 10] | Image Credit: Google.com

ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table [Rank 1 to 10], Sri Lanka ELIMINATED After BAN vs SL Match | ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023 Standings: Bangladesh defeated Sri Lanka by three wickets at Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi, in the 38th match of World Cup 2023. After Winning the match, Bangladesh jumped to the seventh spot in the ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023 Points Table with four points.

Sri Lanka lost their sixth match of this tournament, and now, they are in the 8th position with four points in the World Cup 2023 Points Table. They have a net run rate of -1.160, and now, Sri Lanka got eliminated from the ICC Men’s ODI World Cup.

In the ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023 Points Table, India is at the top position with 16 points and a fantastic net run rate of +2.456. South Africa stands at second spot with 12 points and a good net run rate of +1.376 in the World Cup 2023 Points Table.

Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka Match Summary:

Sri Lanka batted first and scored 279 runs on the scoreboard in 49.3 overs. Charith Asalanka played a responsible inning for his team as he scored 108 runs in 105 balls with six fours and five sixes, whereas Sadeera Samawickrama scored 41 runs in 42 balls.

From the Bangladesh Bowling Department, Tanzim Hasan Sakib took three wickets, whereas Shoriful Islam and Shakib Al Hasan took two wickets each.

Bangladesh batted well and easily chased the target in 41.1 overs and won their second match of ICC Men’s ODI World Cup. Najmul Hasan Shanto played a phenomenal innings of 90 runs, whereas skipper Shakib Al Hasan scored 82 runs.

ICC World Cup 2023 Most Runs:

Position Player Runs Average
1 Quinton de Kock 550 68.75
2 Virat Kohli 543 108.60
3 Rachin Ravindra 523 74.71
4 Rohit Sharma 442 55.25
5 David Warner 428 61.14

ICC World Cup 2023 Most Wickets:

Position Player Wickets Economy
1 Dilshan Madushanka 21 6.48
2 Adam Zampa 19 5.52
3 Marco Jansen 17 6.41
4 Mohd. Shami 16 4.30
5 Shaheen Shah Afridi 16 5.22

ICC World Cup 2023 Points Table:

Rank Team Matches Won Loss N/R Points NRR
1 India 8 8 0 0 16 +2.456
2 South Africa 8 6 2 0 12 +1.376
3 Australia 7 5 2 0 10 +0.924
4 New Zealand 8 4 4 0 8 +0.398
5 Pakistan 8 4 4 0 8 +0.030
6 Afghanistan 7 4 3 0 8 -0.330
7 Bangladesh 8 2 6 0 4 -1.142
8 Sri Lanka  8 2 6 0 4 -1.160
9 Netherlands 7 2 5 0 4 -1.398
10 England 7 1 6 0 2 -1.504

Read This Also: AUS vs AFG Dream11 Prediction World Cup 2023 | Australia vs Afghanistan Dream11 Team, Wankhede Stadium Mumbai Pitch Report

For More, Check The Official Site: ICC

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سایت بت برو : Four-star RB Cameron Jones shines in big game, talks pledge

Four-star RB Cameron Jones shines in big game, talks pledge

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سایت بت برو : Jrue Holiday brings ‘electricity’ in first Celtics practice

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BOSTON — The Celtics’ typically straight-faced basketball boss Brad Stevens couldn’t hide his smile after watching just one practice with Jrue Holiday on the team.

“We made a thousand mistakes. But you could also see, like, there’s that thing that’s there,” Stevens said at an introductory news conference Wednesday, three days after the Celtics traded for Holiday. “There’s a togetherness. There’s an excitement. There’s a joy, a competitiveness.

“And I think he brings it as well as anybody around. I just think that’s contagious.”

The Celtics acquired Holiday on Sunday from Portland, where he had been sent as part of the trade that moved Damian Lillard to Milwaukee. The deal came together on Sunday, the night before training camp opened, and Holiday sat out Tuesday’s practice and watched.

A day later, with Celtics Hall of Famer Paul Pierce as a spectator, Holiday joined his new teammates at their practice facility and set a tone that the team hopes will result in a championship.

“There was just an electricity in the gym today,” co-owner Steve Pagliuca said. “Paul Pierce turned to us and said he’s never seen an NBA practice in his whole entire career, that they went that hard, that fast for that long.”

Although they are tied with the Los Angeles (and Minneapolis) Lakers with an NBA-best 17 championships, it’s been 15 years since the Celtics hung their last banner in TD Garden. They have reached the Eastern Conference finals five times in the past seven seasons — making it to Game 6 of the NBA Finals two years ago — but they seemed to be getting no closer to another title.

So in an offseason upheaval, Stevens traded point guard and defensive star Marcus Smart for Kristaps Porzingis, gaining an All-Star big man but giving up the player who was the emotional heart of the team.

In Holiday, they believe they’ve filled that gap. It cost them point guard Malcolm Brogdon, the NBA’s reigning Sixth Man of the Year, and forward Robert Williams III along with two first-round draft picks, but Holiday joins All-Stars Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown.

“We’re adding everybody we can who will add character, commitment and extreme talent. We’re also, unfortunately, letting some of those guys go,” co-owner Wyc Grousbeck said. “We’re doing absolutely everything we can. But if you’re in Celtics ownership, that’s what you do. Or you make way for somebody else.”

Holiday started his career in Philadelphia, spent the next seven years in New Orleans and then moved to Milwaukee in 2020-21, joining with Giannis Antetokounmpo to win an NBA title his first season there. The next year, the Bucks lost to Boston in seven games in the Eastern Conference semifinals, and Holiday noticed something about the city and its fans.

“The fans are literally insane, and I’m proud to be a part of that,” said Holiday, who grew up in Los Angeles as a Lakers fan. “I know a lot of my family’s probably hurt, but I know this is a blue-collar town. They love people that work hard and they put their heart into it. And that’s just the type of person that I am, is every time I step on to the court, I give them everything.”

That was a hallmark of Smart’s career in Boston, too. The three-time member of the All-Defensive Team and 2022 Defensive Player of the Year was beloved in Boston — more for his effort than as an offensive threat who averaged 11.5 points and 6.3 assists last season.

Holiday averaged 19.3 points, 7.4 assists and 5.1 rebounds last year, while matching Smart’s 1.5 steals. Grousbeck made sure to note that, in addition to his two All-Star selections and his five appearances on the All-Defensive Team, Holiday is a three-time winner of the Twyman-Stokes Teammate of the Year Award.

He is also under contract for two more seasons, but Stevens said they will begin talking about an extension as soon as they are allowed. The deal put Boston over the salary cap’s new “second apron” that comes with increased penalties for big-spending teams.

“We haven’t blinked at all,” said Grousbeck, who was part of the ownership committee that worked on the restrictions. “I’m aware of all that. We’re going to be over the second apron and paying those penalties, and that’s the way life is.

“It’s designed so that we can have more competition. We’re fine with competition,” he said, “as long as we win.”

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سایت بت برو : It’s not just the Wallabies

It's not just the Wallabies

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It is a sad time. A solemn time. A day of remembrance to mark the tragic passing of Australian rugby, may they rest in pieces. Many will be hurting. Confused, bitter. Take comfort that like all things, this too will pass… and hopefully this time it won’t be fumbled.

As sure as night follows day, fans will be looking for someone to blame. Someone to say ‘It was me. I got it wrong’. Even better if that someone has some sort of link to Welsh heritage, even if only in name.

Eddie Jones. The second coming, the Messiah. The man who turns water into whine. Poor Eddie, the fighting talk and bold predictions turned out to be just words. He didn’t even hit the post.

Jones’ apologies and acceptance of blame will provide little comfort to Australian rugby fans. Neither will his comment that he was unsure if ‘we have hit rock bottom’. Any lower and he’ll be digging up dinosaur bones.

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To be fair to Jones, this was always a possible outcome when he took the poisoned schooner of coaching the Wallabies in January, during a world cup year. The most likely outcome. As good as Jones’ record is, it was a lot to ask.

Being kiwi, it is tempting to revel in Rugby Australia’s current disarray and public anguish. ‘Four more years, boys!’ comes to mind. However, I fear that the All Blacks may not be far behind Australia on the plane home. Glass houses and all that.

Like Australia, the All Blacks have been in decline. Many kiwis pin that blame on Ian Foster, a man collecting records faster than a hippy at a junk sale: first loss in pool play at a Rugby World Cup, biggest loss at a Rugby World Cup, biggest losing margin, first loss to Argentina, first series loss to Ireland.

I can’t recall a time when New Zealand’s confidence in the All Blacks or interest in domestic rugby has been lower. The long white cloud stretching across NZ rugby fields has become a fog of ambivalence.

Crowd attendances are down. Player numbers are dropping. Super Rugby is a misnomer. World rugby’s endless rule tinkering has strangled anything resembling running rugby.

Players dive in, enter from the side, hands on the ground and the whistle squeals: A player pinned to the ground is penalised for not rolling away. It’s frustrating.

Matches are decided by endless kicks for territory, mauls, penalties and cards meted out on the whims of referees attempting to decipher a rule book that belongs in the Da Vinci code. Or a house fire.

Players of Team New Zealand are disappointed after the defeat during the Rugby World Cup France 2023 match between France and New Zealand at Stade de France on September 08, 2023 in Paris, France. (Photo by Xavier Laine/Getty Images)

New Zealand players react after going down to France. (Photo by Xavier Laine/Getty Images)

The result is drawn-out confusing stop-start whistle fests, too often determined by over-zealous officials trying to avoid red marks in the post-match review of missed infringements.

Our northern hemisphere compatriots will cry sour grapes, the antipodeans are just unhappy the rules don’t suit their style. It’s a fair point. Running rugby is in our DNA and I’ve never understood why the English are so enthralled by shots at goal.

The NZRFU and ARU have a symbiotic relationship. We play each other more often than anyone else, whether in Super Rugby or Tests. We both benefit when the Wallabies and All Blacks are strong, the banter and rivalry fierce.

South African rugby are looking after themselves. So should we.

Australasian Rugby’s rich fruits have been withering on the vine for years. The respective rugby unions have failed to act, either through self-interest, arrogance or denial. If they don’t work together, they will haemorrhage more fans to the NRL, AFL and football.

Here’s my suggestion. What was wrong with rugby in the late 90s? There were plenty of tries, decent crowds and it was great to watch. Let the northern hemisphere keep their kicking competitions and we can run our own game, how we like it. Fast and furious.

What do you think, ‘Straya?

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سایت بت برو : Vikings S Josh Metellus could make $13M in new deal, source says

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The Minnesota Vikings and safety Josh Metellus have reached a two-year extension worth up to $13 million that includes $6 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Thursday.

The Vikings announced they had signed Metellus through the 2025 season but did not disclose terms.

Metellus was entering the final season of his rookie contract after being drafted by the Vikings in the sixth round in 2020.

He has long been one of the Vikings’ top special teams players and was named its captain for the 2023 season. But Metellus also has been tapped for a more robust role on defense this season by new defensive coordinator Brian Flores.

During training camp practices, Metellus appeared extensively in three-safety sets Flores favors. Based on matchups, he could be on the field for the first defensive snap in the Vikings’ season opener Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Metellus has played in 48 career games, making three starts in 2022 while recording his first interception. In the past three seasons, Metellus has been on the field for 929 special teams snaps, third-most on the Vikings over that period.

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سایت بت برو : Rivals Rankings Week: Five-Star Countdown for 2024 class

Rivals Rankings Week: Five-Star Countdown for 2024 class

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It’s Rivals Rankings Week for the 2024 class as we update the Rivals250, position and state rankings heading into the fall high school season. We kick things off as always with the Five-Star Countdown. We will count down all 21 five-stars until we end at No. 1. Rivals recruiting director Adam Gorney offers his thoughts on each five-star.


Rivals Rankings Week

Sunday: Who should be No. 1?

Monday: Five-Star Countdown

Tuesday: New Rivals250 revealed | Gorney’s thoughts | Ten on the cusp of five-star status

Wednesday: Offensive position rankings

Thursday: Defensive position rankings

Friday: State rankings



Gorney’s Take: What we love most about Jeremiah Smith – other than all the physical and competitive traits to make him special – is that the Ohio State commit does not rest on his laurels. Smith not only competed at the OT7 National this summer in Southern California but drove 30 miles up the road to work out for the Elite 11 quarterbacks as well.

With his phenomenal size, athletic ability and tremendous hands, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: The five-star is the most dominant high school receiver since Julio Jones.




Gorney’s Take: Later on Monday, everyone will learn whether the five-star defensive end from Lee’s Summit (Mo.) North commits to Oklahoma, Missouri or Georgia. Whichever program lands Williams Nwaneri is getting a really special prospect.

Nwaneri looks like a college defensive end playing against high school boys as he has NFL size, outstanding speed, great hands and the tracking ability to get people on the ground from anywhere. A push to No. 1 overall is not out of the question.



Gorney’s Take: Julian Sayin not only won the Elite 11 but was maybe a throw or two away from winning the pro day portion of that event – the most important part – as the Alabama commit proved once again he can hang with any quarterback in this class and might be the best one.

What stands out so much about Sayin is that he’s cerebral, underrated as an athlete and has precision passing ability, plus an under-the-radar competitiveness that should be perfect at Alabama.




Gorney’s Take: Colin Simmons is the most athletic defensive end in this class. He has relentless energy, pursues until the ball carrier is on the ground, beats offensive tackles with speed to the outside or his athletic ability to the inside. The new Texas commit is just all over the place, all the time. It seems as if Simmons has boundless energy that’s put into good use to make plays and his ability to cover ground is remarkable.




Gorney’s Take: We think Micah Hudson could be a slightly more physical Garrett Wilson at the same stage. A mistake was made to not move Wilson to five-star status although he was No. 32 in the 2019 class, but the same issue won’t be made with Hudson. He has electric speed but is also a smooth route runner who has phenomenal hands and concentration to bring in every ball thrown his way.

Texas Tech remains the frontrunner but the Temple (Texas) Lake Belton standout still hasn’t made his commitment as Texas A&M and Texas remain in the picture.



Gorney’s Take: The new Tennessee commit is just a supreme athlete in every way imaginable. As a receiver, Matthews runs smooth, solid routes to get open, he can take short passes and do special things or stretch the defense by running by cornerbacks.

On defense, the Lilburn (Ga.) Parkview recruit is a playmaker in the back end and Matthews is also a pretty elite basketball player as well.

Coach Josh Heupel should find numerous ways to get Matthews on the field – and early – in Knoxville.




Gorney’s Take: Justin Scott can line up in any gap along the defensive line and be destructive as he pushes around interior offensive linemen, can use his speed to get in the backfield and then does a great job of pursuit in getting the ball carrier to the ground. Whether it’s a double team or one-on-one, Scott is regularly going to win because of burst, power and then relentless pursuit. Some believe he could be an even better offensive lineman and while his coach at Chicago (Ill.) St. Ignatius thinks Scott could excel there, his rare qualities on defense make the Ohio State commit stand out.




Gorney’s Take: As a receiver, KJ Bolden might be a five-star as well. But the new Florida State commit is projected to play safety in college and he’s special there as well, not only patrolling the secondary and having the ranginess and instincts to make plays but he can also play straight corner or nickel as well.

Really, Buford (Ga.) uses the five-star all over the field as he’s fantastic on offense, elite on defense and really great on special teams as well.




Gorney’s Take: What David Stone does best is that he keeps his hands and feet active at all times. While he relies on the swim technique a lot to beat offensive linemen, he keeps it tight and doesn’t expose a lot of area for opponents to block him.

His speed is also elite since he can burst off the snap and get where he wants to be before the offensive linemen can get into their stance, which gives him another advantage. With that speed, unrelenting power and tons of pursuit, Stone is going to live in the backfield.

Oklahoma is considered the favorite with Miami, Florida and Texas A&M on his list. A commitment is coming later this month.



Gorney’s Take: Is it possible that even at No. 11 nationally, Kamarion Franklin is underrated? Stats aren’t everything but the Lake Cormorant, Miss., five-star defensive end had 93 tackles, 48 quarterback hurries and 19 sacks last season. Only at the all-star events will we get a final say on where Franklin should be rated but with his length and power off the edge, the five-star is really special and might only be tapping his potential.

A commitment is expected later this month with Auburn, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Miami and Florida State as his finalists.



Gorney’s Take: There is not much better junior season tape than that from Justin Williams, who has excellent size, pursues like a madman, can play near the line of scrimmage and blow up a running back in the hole, track players to the sideline or drop and play in coverage.

The new Georgia commit can really do it all on the football field and in coach Kirby Smart’s defense, the Conroe (Texas) Oak Ridge standout should excel.




Gorney’s Take: Ellis Robinson recently moved to the top-rated cornerback in the 2024 class and after some impressive performances this summer, the Georgia commit is now a five-star prospect as well. The 6-foot-1, 185-pound Robinson has great size and length and even though he’s a bigger corner, the Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy standout showed this summer he can turn and run with the best receivers in the class.

Robinson might not be a burner at the position but he can cover, make up ground and his length allows him to always be around the ball.




Gorney’s Take: One of the best-looking prospects in the 2024 class, Zaquan Patterson is expected to play safety in college but he also played receiver at OT7 Nationals and looked like an elite player wherever he is on the field. The Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade-Madonna standout is phenomenal in coverage, does a great job tracking the deep ball and he’s super comfortable in space or coming up to make a big hit.

Miami is considered the favorite but Auburn, Florida State and others are involved.



Gorney’s Take: To be completely frank, Joshisa Trader will need a big senior season and a strong showing in the all-star events or he runs the risk of falling out of five-star status. Trader is a very talented receiver, he makes plays all over the field and when he flips over to defensive back he might even be better. But he didn’t work out at OT7 Nationals and was a little off the radar this offseason.

The Miami commit is really good but a first-round grade can only happen for so many so Trader needs to be back it up on the field. He definitely has the skills to do just that.




Gorney’s Take: The difference in talent level between Williams Nwaneri and Dylan Stewart is very slight – if at all – as the two are very similar players and dominant defensive linemen. Stewart might be a little more finesse off the edge but the South Carolina commit could also be slightly longer as both are incredibly athletic.

The Gamecocks beat Ohio State and others for the Washington (D.C.) Friendship Collegiate Academy standout and Stewart has all the tools NFL teams are looking for in edge rushers.




Gorney’s Take: Maybe Eddrick Houston doesn’t have the elite length as other five-star defensive ends in the 2024 class but in terms of production and disruption coming off the edge, the Buford, Ga., standout is a top-notch player and looks to back it up again in his senior season after a quiet summer.

Houston really moved way up in the rankings after great sophomore film and then impressive in-person evaluations as a junior. He can push by offensive linemen with power or get to the outside with speed.

Ohio State is considered the frontrunner but others remain as well.



Gorney’s Take: A move to Gainesville (Fla.) Buchholz for his senior season only solidifies Myles Graham’s Florida commitment and the Gators are not only getting a legacy (he’s Earnest Graham’s son) but also an elite linebacker with phenomenal coverage skills and the ability to play in space.

Graham is an excellent running back himself but he projects on defense in Gainesville and that’s where the five-star can come down and hit, race to the sidelines to knock people around and play in space as comfortably as anyone else in the class.




Gorney’s Take: The St. Louis (Mo.) University five-star receiver, who’s looking at Missouri, Texas, Georgia and others, had a quiet offseason but showed up to the NIL Sports seminar/media day and definitely looked the part of an elite player.

Ryan Wingo has leaned out over the last year and is still a smooth route runner with great size and big hands. A big senior season – and especially an impressive showing at the all-star events – could solidify his five-star ranking.



Gorney’s Take: An argument could be made that the Ohio State quarterback commit was the most consistent at the Elite 11 through every drill and every test given to those players. The lefty is so compact in his delivery, spins it perfectly nearly every time and had no problem timing up with receivers and putting it on the money every time.

There’s another ancillary benefit to consider when it comes to Air Noland: He’s going to be surrounded by incredible receivers when he gets to Columbus, which will make his job easier.




Gorney’s Take: One of the biggest recruiting stories of the summer came in recent days when the five-star safety flipped his commitment from Georgia to Alabama. The Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco prospect will be closely watched this season, and there will be pressure from others for these final five-star spots.

Peyton Woodyard is incredibly talented but so are many others. A big fall season and a strong showing at the all-star games will be crucial.


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KombatKingz spelling bee

MMA podcast, KombatKingz, recently did a spelling bee challenge with none other than referee, Marc Goddard 🔥

This screams out so many blessings from a content perspective 🌟

💡Repurposeful across multiple channels (FB Reels, TikTok, YouTube shorts etc.) 🌟

💡Bitesize and engaging content 🌟

💡Content tailor made for inclusive purposes through captions 🌟

Repurpose. Engagement and inclusion. Three key themes to follow when creating content on ANY channel 💡

Proof that fans are you biggest advocates

A fan account produced this awesome thread about UFC lightweight champion, Islam Makhachev. Endorsing Khabib’s prodigy about his achievements 📝

Threads are an awesome way on X to summarise copy in a comprehensive format that can maximise retention rates in comparison to traditional blog posts. 

Therefore, think about when you next upload a blog post, you can repurpose it through a thread summarising the key points to optimise retention from your desired audience 💪🏾

How can I engage my community on YouTube 🤔

Elusive 2.0 is a analytical masterclass when it comes to combat sports, boxing, MMA, you name it. Always timely with analysing prospective fights or previous fights on a daily basis. 

It’s excellent to have a consistent upload schedule to ensure your fans know what to expect with your brand, however, how can you take this one step further 🤔

Maximise the comment section! It will greatly benefit your engagement by interacting with your audience and make them feel greatly valued through your content and more likely to convert as subscribers and followers on your channel. 

If you’re an upcoming creator, it’s easier to manage as well in comparison to being a well-established personality. Therefore, maximise this tip and keep your audience engaged 💡

Cage Titans know how TikTok works 

The algorithms across the ‘digisphere’ are unique as they come. Cage Titans get it like the back of their hand 🌟

When it comes to creating short form content, it’s a matter of understanding the habits of your consumers and orientating content around that, rather than purely focusing your content strategy on your niche 💡

For example, lads and lasses at sports events know about the drinking culture, especially in combat sports, particularly with shoey’s becoming more and more popular. Therefore, maximise that and focus on how it can benefit your brand 💡

Another transferable example can include when I go to football games, I notice quite a few fans start making paper aeroplanes and throw it around in the crowd, therefore, if you’re a fan-led account, record it, add some voiceovers and engaging audio and this will be appreciated by the TikTok algorithm 

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جیلن براون، سلتیکس با ثبت 5 سال تمدید 304 میلیون دلاری سوپرمکس موافقت کردند

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جیلن براون، ستاره بوستون سلتیکس، با امضای ثروتمندترین قرارداد تاریخ NBA – تمدید قرارداد 5 ساله سوپرمکس 304 میلیون دلاری، ایجنت او، جیسون گلوشون، روز سه شنبه به ESPN گفت.

براون و گلوشون عصر یکشنبه در بوستون با مدیریت و مالکیت سلتیکس دیدار کردند و عناصر باقی مانده از قرارداد تاریخی را نهایی کردند که دو بار ستاره ستاره را تا فصل 2028-29 تحت قرارداد نگه می دارد.

قرارداد براون از تمدید 276 میلیون دلاری نیکولا جوکیچ که دو بار MVP با دنور ناگتس دریافت کرده بود، بیشتر است، افزایشی بر اساس افزایش سقف حقوق و درآمد لیگ. براون، 26 ساله، روز دوشنبه فیزیکی در بوستون برای تثبیت قرارداد انجام شد.

براون با کسب افتخارات تیم دوم در لیگ NBA در فصل 2022-23 واجد شرایط تمدید پنج ساله سوپر مکس با سلتیکس شد. براون و هم تیمی اش جیسون تیتوم، که واجد شرایط تمدید سوپر مکس در تابستان آینده است، یکی از سازنده ترین دوتایی NBA را تشکیل می دهند و سنگ بنای مدعی قهرمانی سلتیکس هستند.

براون در فصل گذشته میانگین بهترین های دوران حرفه ای خود را با 26.6 امتیاز و 49 درصد تیراندازی به دست آورد. او در فصل آینده در آخرین سال قرارداد قبلی خود 31.8 میلیون دلار درآمد خواهد داشت.

براون قرار است در فصل 2024-2025، 52.3 میلیون دلار و در سال 2028-2029، یعنی سال آخر قرارداد، 69.1 میلیون دلار به دست بیاورد. او واجد شرایط بند عدم تجارت نیست زیرا تمدید را امضا کرده است.

طبق تحقیقات ESPN Stats & Information، تیتوم و براون فصل گذشته در مجموع 56.7 امتیاز در هر بازی به دست آوردند، که چهارمین امتیاز در هر بازی از زمان ادغام 1976-1977 است. آنها همچنین در 10 بازی 30 امتیاز به دست آوردند، شاهکاری که تنها شکیل اونیل و کوبی برایانت در 30 فصل گذشته به آن دست یافته اند. براون فصل گذشته با 54 درصد از ضربات بدون کمک خود به عنوان خالق عکس پیشرفت کرد – طبق گزارش Second Spectrum، 1.15 امتیاز در هر رانندگی مستقیم.

سلتیکس در هر یک از هفت فصل NBA براون، از جمله فینال NBA در سال 2022 و سه سفر فینال کنفرانس شرق، به پلی آف راه یافته است. بوستون ستاره سابق UC-Berkeley را با سومین انتخاب کلی در سال 2016 انتخاب کرد.

در خارج از دادگاه، براون یک تاجر، علاقه‌مند به مد و مربی برای بچه‌های بی‌شماری، و همچنین یک بشردوست در بوستون و بین‌المللی است. او در حال حاضر به عنوان نایب رئیس اتحادیه ملی بسکتبالیست ها فعالیت می کند.

این بازیکن بومی آتلانتا اخیرا در هفته مد پاریس شرکت کرد و در اجلاس ورزش و سرگرمی Variety در مورد موفقیت خارج از زمین صحبت کرد. او مشارکت هایی ایجاد کرده است که پل هایی ایجاد می کند تا جوانان رنگین پوست را از طریق بنیاد 7uice خود به آموزش برابر و فرصت های رهبری دسترسی داشته باشند.

براون در حال حاضر میزبان سومین برنامه سالانه پل خود در بوستون برای 100 دانش آموز مدارس دولتی بوستون است. او همچنین قصد دارد در این فصل به کنیا برود تا با بیش از 200 دانش آموز محلی صحبت کند و به آنها راهنمایی کند. براون همچنین در میان 20 بازیکن NBA بود که در NBPA’s “The Sanctuary” شرکت کردند.

آدریان ویناروفسکی و بابی مارکس از ESPN در این گزارش مشارکت داشتند.

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