The Rush: Chiefs, Rams win epic thrillers, advance to Championship Weekend
Mo Bamba of the Magic and Joel Embiid of the 76ers proved the center position isn’t dead yet in Philly’s 123-110 win over Orlando, Bruce Arians was fined $50,000 for slapping his safety’s helmet, Tom Brady admits he gets away with yelling at the refs, and despite having to reschedule close to 100 games, the NHL is still on pace to finish the season on time.
Washington Wizards forward Kyle Kuzma is on The Rush, dishing on his breakout season this year, why he won’t be an NBA GM any time soon, whether or not we’ll ever see his famous oversized pink sweater again and how boredom in the NBA bubble helped him find a new passion. Plus, you can watch Kyle take his talents to the golf course on Skratch, where he hits the links with Roger Steele at Washington D.C.’s historic Langston Golf Course.
The Los Angeles Rams had total control over the Arizona Cardinals during their 34-11 win on Wild Card Monday, the Las Vegas Raiders relieved Mike Mayock of general manager duties, and tennis World No.1 Novak Djokovic may not be able to play in the French Open because of his vaccination status… or lack thereof. Plus, maybe HBO should recast Peacemaker with Grizzlies center Steven Adams after his brawl-saving intervention in Memphis’ win over the Bulls.
The Rush: Cowboys lose playoff game in epic fashion, Chiefs and Bucs win big
Hoops legend Sue Bird is returning for a 21st WNBA season, in search of a fifth Championship at 41-years-old. Fellow basketball great Candace Parker joins The Rush, dishing on Chuck, Shaq and all things broadcasting.
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Top-seed Novak Djokovic is set to begin his title defense against Miomir Kecmanovic in the first round of play at the Australian Open next week, but that will ultimately depend on whether or not the Immigration Minister allows him to remain in Australia. Prior to the tournament draw, Djokovic released a statement with new admissions, including the fact that he sat for an interview and maskless photoshoot knowing he had Covid without disclosing his status. New York Giants owner John Mara told reporters that this past season was the most embarrassing time in his tenure with the organization… and Jared has some thoughts on why this bad season was different from all other bad seasons. Plus, watch the show to see a hilarious parody of the Novak Djokovic saga, starring tennis greats Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
The Giants fire head coach Joe Judge after two disastrous seasons in New York and the NFL releases video of mic’d up Rob Gronkowski lobbying Tom Brady to throw him a pass so he can collect a bonus to make that “milli.” Plus, Antonio Brown was chillin’ with Kanye West in L.A., and The Rush has some theories of what the guys might be up to.
The Georgia Bulldogs put some demons to rest as they beat Alabama 33-18 in the College Football National Championship game. The Minnesota Vikings fired Mike Zimmer and the Chicago Bears fired Matt Nagy, but more surprising than those departures was the Miami Dolphins relieving Brian Flores of his duties. PLUS: A hack of tennis star Novak Djokovic’s virtual court appearance with the Australian government included music and porn. Seriously.
Raiders don’t ‘take the tie’ in OT thriller vs Chargers, NFL playoffs set
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Just when you think the Antonio Brown saga can’t possibly get any wilder, it does as the embattled receiver airs dirty laundry on his social media before being cut by the Bucs. Plus, Rudy Gobert finds himself in a familiar place on the COVID list while NHL player Zach Hyman turns COVID lemons into lemonade.
In his season debut, Kyrie Irving helps Nets overcome a late deficit to snap a 3-game losing streak and tennis star Novak Djokovic is stuck in the airport after the Australian government calls foul on his COVID-19 vaccine exemption. Plus, Lance Stephenson stole Kyrie Irving’s thunder as he too made his NBA season debut, balling out for the COVID-riddled Pacers.
An infectious disease expert weighs in on when to use these tests at home.
Marks & Spencer at Raffles City officially closing on 31 Dec, new location within mall to be revealed later
The chain had previously announced the closure of the store in 2020, with the moving out date set on 31 December 2020.
Professor Tim Spector has urged Brits to stay at home if they have the sniffles and get tested more often.
Ms Wendy Lim, 23, an Art Therapist who works with the Singapore Association for Mental Health (SAMH), explains the importance of art therapy.
Here's the latest developments on the pandemic from Monday.
An expert has warned that high case rates could trigger another lockdown.
The health secretary said the new variant was of 'huge international concern', amid fears it may have reached the UK.
The scientist said people "shouldn't despair" about the new strain found in South Africa.
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LeBron ejected after brawl, Bills and Titans stunned during wild NFL Sunday
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The Chiefs kick the Raiders while they’re down, the Cowboys bounce back with a vengeance and Cam Newton makes his presence known in his season debut. Week 10 brought a range of surprises to the gridiron, from the Washington Football Team’s big upset to a stellar Patriots performance and the unexpected play of both Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson. Plus, the Detroit Lions are The Rush’s “Winner of the Week…” even though they didn’t win, as Liz Loza explains!