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Posted by: YengsHu67
Yesterday, 02:29 AM
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Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across the NBA. Each week, we send out questions to the most plugged-in Phoenix Suns fans and fans across the country. Los Angeles Lakers star Anthony Davis. The big man was picked by 31 percent of fans, beating out Dallas Mavericks star Luka Donči with 23 percent You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.. Suns  guard Chris Paul was picked by 10 percent of fans. Note that this poll was taken very early this week, as Luka Doncic was grimacing for the cameras between every play and Anthony Davis was rolling around the Staples Center floor holding his groin You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view., while Chris Paul was looking mostly recovered from the shoulder injury that cost the Suns games 2 and 3. He had just posted 18 points, 9 assists and 3 steals in Sunday Game 4 win. While elimination games are obviously the most coffin-nailing game of a series, NBA fans believe a series can swing well before that. 43 percent of fans believe winning Game Four when down in the series 2-1 is the most crucial ust-win  game You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view., beating out exclusively elimination games, which was picked by 36 percent of fans. The Phoenix Suns won that Game 4 last Sunday in LA after going down 2-1, then they won on Tuesday and won again on Thursday in LA. And everyone gets to say what a great series it was. To vote in the Reacts surveys and have your voice heard each week,

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Posted by: YengsHu67
Yesterday, 02:27 AM
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Tuesday night should do it - hopefully. The Brooklyn Nets welcome the Boston Celtics for a Game 5 matchup in which the Nets, with a 3-1 series lead, hope to send Boston home for good. This series has been pretty wild; tons of points, as expected, on both sides and lots of on- and off-court ssues that at times have overshadowed the game itself. Boston is likely down three starters tonight - Jaylen Brown You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view., of course, but also Robert Williams and Kemba Walker are both unlikely to play. You don want to look past a game, buuut, if the Nets win tonight they will start their Round 2 matchup against the Bucks on Saturday.  Speaking of business, Irving took care of it and was masterful. We noted in the preview leading up to the game that he was due to bounce back since a lot of the shots he missed were ones he usually makes You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view., and boy did he ever make them. Irving went 11-24 from the field with six three pointers made and a perfect 11-11 from the free throw line in route to a sterling 39 points in 40 minutes. In the G4 preview, we talked about how the Nets got worked on the boards by the C and Irving helped reverse that trend by snagging 11 rebounds. Brooklyn hasn been the best rebounding team this year, so it going to take a team effort from top to bottom. The other half of 7/11 was pretty groovy, too. Kevin Durant was outstanding night as his 42 points led the Nets attack. KD scored from everywhere on the court and with the groove he in right now You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view., the difficulty meter of guarding the Nets goes up to a 20. Durant has gradually gotten more and more locked in and now that his shots are automatic, defenses will have to figure out which L hurts less. For Jayson Tatum, he on fire but it may not be enough. After a slow start in Brooklyn, he crossed the 40 point plateau in back-to-back games. He getting to the free throw line a lot more, which serves the dual purpose of keeping pressure on the Nets defense and slowing the pace down going the other way. For more on the Celtics, check out Celtics Blog.

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Posted by: YengsHu67
Yesterday, 02:26 AM
Forum: iOS
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Originally envisioned as a classic three-parter, the decision has been made to blow this out to a fourth and final entry. How come Well, we didn want to wrap things up with a sour, Bacon-inspired taste left in the mouths of the collective Magic fandom. Instead, let cleanse the palate with a few final sprinkles of positivity that could still be found in what was ultimately an over-cooked season. Dig in!Winner: Chuma OkekePhoto by Alex Menendez/Getty ImagesIf Mo Bamba had the type of season that the underlying individual numbers appreciated more than the eye test of a locked-in viewer, then Chuma Okeke campaign was the exact opposite. Although the 22-year old rookie posted generally inefficient and inconspicuous statistical totals, the fluidity and feel for the game that he demonstrated during his court time bodes well for his future in the league. Averages of 7. 8 points, 4. 0 rebounds, 2. 2 assists and a combined 1. 6 stocks (steals and blocks) don exactly leap from the boxscore, but theye still solid numbers for a young forward operating largely as a fourth or fifth option (a usage rate of just 14. 5%). He predictably struggled with his shooting inside of the arc You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view., particularly in the mid-range, the expected result of a wing trying to figure out the professional game. Still, his three-point stroke looked clean and confident all season long, with Okeke cashing in 34. 8% of his 3. 1 attempts each night. There an obvious statistical platform from which he can now build. Okeke appears to already possess a well-developed feel for the game, particularly on offense. He frequently able to read the defense in front of him, knowing when and where to throw the next pass. His own shot attempts rarely feel rushed or forced, while his handles seem reasonable for a wing at this stage of his career You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.. Defensively he also getting better (don believe me Compare his first matchup with Carmelo to the second), with a frame that allows him to play with some degree of both physicality and switchability as the circumstances dictate. Like any young player he still has a long way to go at that end of the floor, but the signs are already positive. In 45 rookie appearances Okeke already flashed enough to suggest that he going to be a glue guy in this league for years to come. For a Magic team in the earliest stages of a rebuild, to have such a dependable presence on a rookie contract is a real win. Winner: Wendell Carter Jr. Photo by Chris Elise/NBAE via Getty ImagesWhen the Magic tore it down at the trade deadline, the acquisition of Wendell Carter Jr. ranked somewhere closer to the bottom in terms of the valuation of returned assets. Not much was necessarily expected of the big man. The Magic already had the sixth pick in his draft class tagged for the starting center slot. His Windy City teammate, Otto Porter Jr. , seemingly filled a position of greater need. Another new addition, Gary Harris, theoretically offered the type of shooting that the team so desperately craved. Plus, the firesale was all about the draft picks, anyway. Instead, WCJ came into town and caught the attention of Orlando fan base You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.. Carter Jr. scored 11 or more in twelve of his first fifteen games in pinstripes, racking up six double-doubles during that same stretch  one less than he totaled in more than twice as many Bulls games this season. Only once did he commit more than 2 turnovers in a contest, proving himself a reliable offensive option for a team that had a sizable hole to fill at the center position. He also had a handful of performances where he was easily the Magic best player in the contest, establishing himself as the undisputed starter after just a trio of appearances off the bench. By and large the numbers Carter Jr. posted in Orlando were roughly in line with his career averages. However, that he arrived at them in a more confident and central role is a circumstance that kindles expectations. For a player who had seen his stock in Chicago internally plummet, the trade presented a chance for both rejuvenation and redemption. At least in these early stages, it would appear that WCJ is well on his way to making this possibility a reality. Winner: OPP and the Magic faithfulPhoto by Brock Williams-Smith/NBAE via Getty ImagesWhat would a season like this most recent one be without a place to call our (online) home For a team that is again embarking on a multi-year rebuild with nothing more than a couple of Game One upsets to show for the trouble of the last one  the fact that we still have an active, engaged and enthusiastic fan base here at Orlando Pinstriped Post is testament to how much this franchise means to each and every one of us. I still believe that better days are coming for the Magic  to keep my sanity I have to!

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Posted by: YengsHu67
Yesterday, 02:23 AM
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A heinous crime occurred at Citizen Bank Park last night. The Phillies had a win within their grasp, but it was stolen out from under them. Who could be responsible for this act of grand larceny? Let go over the facts of the case.The VictimsZach EflinPoor Zach Eflin. He had one of his best starts last night, striking out seven batters You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view., walking none, and throwing 73% of his pitches for strikes. Unfortunately, he llowed  ten hits and two earned runs in six innings of work thanks in large part to the poor defense behind him. He came out of the game in line for the win, but shortly thereafter the bullpen blew it and the Phillies lost.And here the real kicker: Eflin looked great, and he probably coulde gone at least seven innings. The terrible defense, however, ran up his pitch count, so he had no choice but to turn the ball over to the bullpen.Roman QuinnI know, I as surprised as you areRoman Quinn actually had himself a pretty good night. In the top of the second, he made an excellent throw from centre field to nab Dom Smith at the plate. Then, in the bottom of the ninth, he laced a gorgeous RBI triple to the gap in right center. It was the first sign of life that a Phillies center fielder has shown in a long time. Alas, it was all for naught You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view..The Key SuspectsAndrew McCutchenThe case against Cutch: Andrew McCutchen made two terrible plays in left field in the second and third innings. The first one didn end up mattering, because Roman Quinn aforementioned excellent throw bailed McCutchen out. But Cutch second gaffe just one inning later allowed Jeff McNeil to reach second base and eventually score. Cutch defense: Cutch only defense is his offence. He opened the game with a home run, and that enough to get him off the hook this time.Bryce HarperThe case against Bryce: Shortly after Cutch fumbled a ball to let McNeil reach second, Bryce fumbled a ball that allowed McNeil to score. If he fielded that ball properly, McNeil probably woulde stayed at third, and perhaps the Phillies might have escaped the third inning unscathed. It also doesn help Bryce case that he struck out with the tying run in scoring position to end the game. He looked like he was swinging for the fences the entire at-bat, when all he needed to do was hit a single.Bryce defense: He did a good job recovering the ball that he fumbled You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view., which prevented Michael Conforto from taking an extra base on the play. On the offensive side, he reached base three times during the game, and he scored on Didi Gregorius  home run in the sixth. Bryce is just too good to be blamed for any of this team shortcomings.Rhys HoskinsThe case against Rhys: On Sunday night, Hoskins was responsible for one of the worst Phillies plays in recent memory. He allowed a ball to get past him at first, and then was so distracted by his own self-pity that he didn notice Jonathan Villar running home from third base. The Mets scored the tying run here on what should have been a routine ground ball.Rhys defense: With two outs in the bottom of the ninth, Rhys hit a ball that initially appeared to be a three-run game-tying home run. Sadly, replay review showed that the ball hit the top of the fence and bounced back onto the field, and Rhys was sent back to second. While it was unbelievable upsetting to watch that call get overturned, the clutch two-run double was still pretty impressive, so I won pin this loss on Rhys.The UmpiresThe case against the umpires: Theye been making terrible calls all series. Then, as the icing on the cake, they took away the game-tying home run from us.The umpires defense: Honestly, on that final replay review, they made the right call. Can blame them for that.The BullpenThe case against the bullpen: This was the bullpen final line on Sunday night: 3 IP, 6 ER, 2 K, 2 BB, 1 HR. Some particularly terrible moments included when Jose Alvarado walked in the tying run in the eighth inning and when David Hale gave up a bases-clearing double to the next batter.The bullpen defense: Three of the better arms (Hector Neris, Connor Brogdon, and Sam Coonrod) were apparently unavailable last night, which hamstrung the bullpen quite a bit. Even without those three guys, Girardi bullpen management was bad, and so the bullpen pitcher themselves shouldn take all the blame for their poor performance. Oh, and the defense definitely hurt the bullpen too.Joe GirardiThe case against Girardi: The bullpen management was bad. Let me explain.First of all, how did Girardi find himself in a position where all three of Neris, Brogdon, and Coonrod were unavailable? That can happen. It just can happen.Next, why did he take Romero out after just fourteen pitches? If he was so strapped for relievers You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view., Jojo definitely should have at least started the eighth. And finally, did it really make sense to take Jose Alvarado out of the game after just three batters? Alvarado didn look great (he just walked two guys in a row) but he was still the best option at that point. There were two full innings left to get through, and the only other relievers available were David Hale and Matt Moore. Alvarado needed to stay in the game. Girardi defense: Arm health is important, so if Girardi says that Neris, Brogdon, and Coonrod were all unavailable, we have to trust that it for good reason. And if the defense had been a little better and Zach Eflin had pitched a little deeper You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view., this whole bullpen collapse might have been avoided altogether. And the culprit is......John Middleton!In a shocking turn of events, the true culprit turned out to be the eccentric billionaire owner all along. Who could have guessed?While pretty much every player on the Phillies contributed to the loss in some way last night, the true problem lies in the players who aren on the Phillies. If the Phillies had a new center fielder, a couple more good relievers, and maybe an extra bat for the bench, they might just have won this game. The only way for the Phillies to add those players is for John Middleton to pony up and let Dave Dombrowski push past the luxury tax. If he doesn, Middleton is just going to keep being responsible for losses like this one.

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Posted by: YengsHu67
Yesterday, 02:21 AM
Forum: Tutorials
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The Mets were unable to complete a sweep of the Cubs, losing the final game of this four-game set at Citi Field 2-0. Marcus Stroman was great for the Mets, striking out eight Cubs over seven solid innings of work. But Kyle Hendricks was even better, shutting out the Mets for six innings and giving up just two hits Dwight Gooden Face Mask. The Mets best chance against Hendricks came in the fourth when he surrendered back-to-back walks to Pete Alonso and Dominic Smith to lead off the inning. However, James McCann grounded into a double play and Hendricks retired Billy McKinny on a dribbler back to the mound to escape the jam You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.. Hendricks went on to retire the last eight batters he faced. Javy Bez two-run homer in the first inning off Stroman proved to be the difference in the game, as the Cubs bullpen made quick work of the Mets in the later innings to secure the victory for Chicago You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view..

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Posted by: YengsHu67
Yesterday, 02:19 AM
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Max Kepler is hurt. He has been for awhile, but last night after the game You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view., Rocco suggested Kep would miss some time. Its now official, the one who Kepls has been placed on the IL, and therefore will miss at least the next ten days. The Twins have placed Max Kepler on the IL and recalled Ben Rortvedt The Twins  corresponding move was to bring up catcher Ben Rortvedt, or as we like to call him, Mortimer. The Wisconsin native is seeing his second tour in the western Twin city You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.. Previously, he hit . 160/. 250/. 160 in 12 games. Since being sent down he hit . 286/. 318/. 571 in five games with St. Paul. While replacing an outfielder with a catcher seems a little odd on the surface, the Twins are freeing up the positional flexibility of Willians Astudillo. La Tortuga can play a competent first base, allowing Alex Kirilloff to focus on the outfield, and in a pinch, Astudillo can also play in the outfield himselfven having an inning at center on his resume. The Twins entire 40-man list of healthy outfielders consists of Kirilloff You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view., Trevor Larnach, Kyle Garlick, and converted utility-man-now-center-fielder Rob Refsynder. Given this lack of depth, more moves could certainly be on the horizon.

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Posted by: YengsHu67
Yesterday, 02:16 AM
Forum: ROMs
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Box ScoreAnother day, another stellar start by Brandon Woodruff. The ace of the Milwaukee Brewers entered Friday night start on a streak of 11 straight outings with two earned runs allowed or fewer You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view., and that he extended that string to a dozen by keeping the Pittsburgh Pirates at bay.  Woodruff didn have the same strikeout stuff as he had in previous appearances this season, punching out five batters across seven innings, but he induced 12 ground ball outs as he kept the infield busy behind him.  Woody allowed only four hits, with the only damage done against him coming off solo home runs by Ben Gamel in the second inning, and Gregory Polanco in the sixth. Milwaukee offense got on the board in the second inning.  Trailing 1-0, Omar Narvaez led off with a double, then Jace Peterson walked with one out.  That brought Jackie Bradley, Jr.  to the plate and he singled to right to score Narvaez and move Peterson up to third.  Then Woodruff bunted home the second run, scoring Peterson to give the Brewers a 2-1 lead You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.. After Pittsburgh tied the game up in the sixth, the Brewers hung a crooked number on them in the seventh to pull back ahead.  It started with a one-out walk by Daniel Robertson, then an infield single off the bat of Luis Urias.  Dan Vogelbach walked to load the bases, then Christian Yelich came up with the MVP-type moment that fans in Milwaukee have been missing for the last couple of seasons.  His two-run double to center field gave the Brewers a 4-2 lead, but the rally didn stop there.  Avisail Garcia whiffed for the second out, but then Narvaez was intentionally walked to reload the bases.  The strategy didn work out as Pittsburgh hurler Clay Holmes then walked Willy Adames on four straight to force home another run.  Trevor Cahill came on next in relief for the Pirates but he couldn find the zone, either; he walked Jace Peterson and JBJ to force home two more runs.  When the dust settled on the inning, it was 7-2 Brewers. Hoby Milner gave up a pair of unearned runs in the eighth when Erik Gonzalez reached on an error then Keryan Hayes went deep, making it 7-4.  But Josh Hader put up another zero to record his 15th save of the season and secure the victory for the Brew Crew You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view..  The Brewers and Pirates play some afternoon baseball on Saturday, with first pitch at American Family Field scheduled for 3:10 PM central.  Chad Kuhl will face Corbin Burnes.

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Posted by: seramate07
07-06-2021, 06:06 PM
Forum: ROMs
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I wanted to update its firmware to 4.2.2 but ( probably ) forgot to enable bootloader,unlock oem and bricked it!
So I need the its Stock Rom to flash it back to its original state and Can't find it anywhere!

Thanks for Advance!

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Posted by: seramate07
07-06-2021, 06:01 PM
Forum: ROMs
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Want to make a custom TWRP for my Vodafone Smart E9 but cant find its Stock Rom anywhere available!

Thanks for Advance!

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Posted by: darthsauron
06-24-2021, 10:33 PM
Forum: ROMs
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Hello. Sorry if this is the wrong forum but i bough two phones Samsung S21 Ultra Clone from Ali...ress (not to advertise) but both of them were dead. I found on the web firmwares but they are all paid service. They were a gift for my little children.

Rom Name & Model
Samsung S21 Ultra Clone
Supported Device
Samsung S21 MT6582
Phone OS Version
Android 10.0
Rom Chipset
Mediatek (MT6572)

Brand
Welcome

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