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NFL life lesson #69: never go after the tall guy

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| By PharaohKush - 3 hours ago

Life lesson: Don't go after the tall guy. 😂

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NBA What if this happened

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This aint even kinda funny. via @bwvisual Tags: #Will #GS #Get #AD ?

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honestly I could see this happening when AD is a free agent

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NBA Gilbert Arenas on Markelle Fultz's shot: I'll take Joakim Noah's shot over Fultz

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NBA Who Was The Better Alley-Oop Combination?

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Gary Payton & Shawn Kemp


Dwayne Wade & LeBron James

I gotta go with D-Wade and Bron, them nixxas was oopin'.

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BOX Anthony Joshua vs Joseph Parker press conference

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The UK can sell boxing fans anything I sware. They really bout to have UK going crazy over Joshua fighting a bum. I like Joshua Unis crazy about him

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NBA Prime Stat or Prime Blake Griffin

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I think Blake has peaked, with his best season being 2013-2014

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NBA Knicks reportedly looking at Mark Jackson to replace Jeff Hornacek

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| By kiddalex - 11 hours ago

Via Frank Isola NY Daily News :


Hornacek should fight back because, like most coaches of losing teams, he is constantly fighting for his job, particularly when he's working for new bosses and whispers of Mark Jackson possibly returning to New York one day grow louder. Yes, that Mark Jackson.

Whether that is just normal NBA chatter or an actual succession plan is unclear. But there is a growing sense that Hornacek, who has exceeded expectations this season, may be coaching for his job the last 37 games.

...... two coaches from different staffs told me they keep hearing Jackson's name floated out as a possible successor when and if the Knicks were to make a change. Even Doc Rivers' name is making the rounds even though he is under contract with the Los Angeles Clippers.

Any thought from the Knickstape collective ?

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NBA How @KingJames? JUST WOW

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HOW, @kingjames?!?! 😯

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NFL 1/18/18: Pro Football Focus 2018 NFL Mock Draft; Baker Mayfield to the Browns

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QB Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma
PFF Mock Draft 2 - Cleveland Browns - Baker Mayfield

There will be much debate as to which quarterback should go No. 1 overall, but Mayfield has been the nation’s most productive signal-caller for three years running, and he should be in the mix. Yes, the Oklahoma offense eases his burden compared to his peers, but he’s still shown outstanding accuracy and decision-making, while making enough “NFL throws” that should instill confidence that his game will translate to the next level. Mayfield has posted the top PFF grade in each of the last two seasons.

QB Sam Darnold, USC
While 2017 did not go exactly as planned for Darnold, as his 83.6 grade ranked 30th in the nation, he did rank ninth overall last year with an 87.2 grade, and that came as a redshirt freshman. Even in his worst games, Darnold still showed the anticipation and accuracy that make him such an intriguing prospect. He just needs to prove that his turnover-worthy play percentage of 5.0 percent (105th in the nation) was more anomaly than the norm.

DI Maurice Hurst, Michigan
PFF Mock Draft 2 - Indianapolis Colts - Maurice Hurst

The Colts can go a number of ways with this pick, but adding difference-makers on the defensive side must be an offseason priority. Hurst fits the bill as an interior disruptor, as he finished 2017 with the top grade at any position at 96.8. He notched 14 sacks, 29 QB hits and 70 hurries on 782 career rushes. He can also create havoc in the run game, as he ranked second in the nation with his run-defense grade of 94.2.

CB Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama
Cleveland turns their attention to the defensive side of the ball where the secondary needs impact players, and Fitzpatrick can play multiple roles on the back end. He excelled in the slot at Alabama, ranking sixth among cornerbacks with an 85.2 grade against the run and allowed just 9.3 yards per completion in his three years. The big question is if he can hold up on the outside where he played just 13 snaps this past year, but at worst, he should be a versatile slot/safety hybrid capable of impacting the game in all phases.

QB Josh Rosen, UCLA
PFF Mock Draft 2 - Denver Broncos - Josh Rosen

With the quarterback position still an issue for the Broncos, Denver turns to Rosen, who is excellent throwing to the intermediate level and has the zip and touch to attack defenses down the field. He posted the best grade of his career in 2017, finishing at 85.8, though he’s been consistent year-to-year, as he graded at 84.5 in 2015 as a sophomore and 84.9 in 2014 as a freshman. Rosen has some boom-or-bust to his game, but if he can cut down on the poor decisions, he as the talent to become a long-time starter.

6. NEW YORK JETS (5-11)
QB Lamar Jackson, Louisville
The opinions on Jackson vary around the league, but he’s a capable passer with outstanding, next-level athleticism, as evidenced by his top rushing grade among quarterbacks in each of the last two seasons. While his down-to-down accuracy needs work, he’s capable of making tight-window “NFL throws,” and that skill combined with his running ability should give offensive coordinators more than enough to build around.

S Derwin James, Florida State
PFF Mock Draft 2 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Derwin James

Perhaps the best defensive playmaker in the draft, James is the new NFL prototype as a safety capable of producing against the run or in both man and zone coverage. Florida State also used him as a pure edge rusher, where he regularly pressured the quarterback. The nation’s top-graded safety both as a true freshman in 2015 and as a junior in 2017, James is a movable defensive chess piece that can combat tight ends, slot receivers and opposing run games.

OT Connor Williams, Texas
Williams did not look like himself early in 2017, even before injury limited him to only 332 snaps on the year. At his best, Williams is a smooth pass protector (allowed only 27 career pressures on 986 attempts), and he gets to the second level in the running game and dominates linebackers. Left tackle Charles Leno Jr. took a step forward last season, but right tackle Bobby Massie has one year left on his contract and the Bears’ offensive line is very close to potentially having a top-tier unit.

Edge Bradley Chubb, NC State
PFF Mock Draft 2 - San Francisco 49ers - Bradley Chubb

The defensive line has been a consistent theme to recent 49ers’ first rounds, but Chubb brings a different dynamic to the table. He finished No. 6 overall among edge defenders at 89.4, including the No. 3 mark against the run and the No. 11 grade as a pass-rusher.

RB Saquon Barkley, Penn State
Running backs must be able to contribute in the passing game, and that’s just what Barkley can do after leading all college running backs with 632 receiving yards. He is dynamic with the ball in his hands and will add a three-down weapon to the Raiders’ offense as they transition to new head coach Jon Gruden’s scheme. Even if they ‘win’ the coin flip with San Francisco, Barkley would still be in play at pick No. 9.

CB Josh Jackson, Iowa
PFF Mock Draft 2 - Miami Dolphins - Josh Jackson

A breakout performer in 2017, Jackson led the nation in both pass breakups (18) and interceptions (8). His length and playmaking will upgrade an inconsistent Dolphins’ secondary that has struggled to keep up with its disruptive defensive line in recent years.

OT Mike McGlinchey, Notre Dame
The offensive line was a big issue for the Bengals last season, and they have questions at both tackle spots. Enter McGlinchey, who dominates at the point of attack, as he ranked in the top-10 as a run-blocker in each of the last three years, including the top mark this past season at 95.0. He’s also strong in pass protection to go with his experience playing both left and right tackle.

WR James Washington, Oklahoma State
PFF Mock Draft 2 - Washington Redskins - James Washington

From a strength in 2016 to a weakness in 2017, the Redskins’ wide receiver corps took a step back after the departures of DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garçon. Washington adds a deep-play threat after leading the nation with 715 yards on deep (20-plus yard) passes. He has the speed and route-running to be the first receiver off the board in a wide receiver class with no clear favorite at the top.

Edge Harold Landry, Boston College
Complementing a solid interior defensive line will be a priority in Green Bay, and Landry brings an every-down option off the edge. He had the nation’s No. 7 pass-rush grade in 2016, finishing with 18 sacks, seven QB hits and 44 hurries. He posted the No. 4 grade against the run in 2015, so we’ve seen him succeed in both key areas, and if he puts it all together, he could be the best edge defender in the class.

QB Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State
PFF Mock Draft 2 - Arizona Cardinals - Mason Rudolph

There will be plenty of turnover in Arizona with QB Carson Palmer and head coach Bruce Arians both retiring, and they’ll certainly be in the quarterback market. Rudolph has mixed opinions around the league, but he’s extremely accurate outside the numbers and finished with the nation’s No. 2 overall grade last season at 91.9 overall.

WR Calvin Ridley, Alabama
Adding playmakers for QB Joe Flacco may be the top offseason priority, and Ridley brings a downfield, speedy option on the outside. His production at Alabama doesn’t tell the story given the run-heavy scheme, but he averaged 24.0 yards per target on deep passes, ninth-best in the nation.

OT Orlando Brown, Oklahoma
PFF Mock Draft 2 - Los Angeles Chargers - Orlando Brown

The Chargers’ offensive line rebuild took a step in the right direction last season, but there’s still more work to do. Brown brings a physical run-blocker and capable pass-protector to Los Angeles. He finished ninth overall among the nation’s tackles at 87.9, and his 88.1 run-blocking grade ranked fourth.

OG Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame
It may be surprising to see Nelson drop this low in the draft, as he’s an exceptional prospect, but low positional value of guards is a big factor. Regardless, Seattle needs help up front and Nelson is dominant in the run game, leading all guards with a 96.4 grade in 2017 and ranking fifth at 89.5 in 2016. He’s improved every year in pass protection, allowing only five pressures last season.

WR Michael Gallup, Colorado State
PFF Mock Draft 2 - Dallas Cowboys - Michael Gallup

Dallas could go a number of ways here, but they add another receiving threat in Gallup, who can win with speed down the field and toughness at the catch point. He was the nation’s top-graded receiver in 2017 at 92.1 overall, and he adds another weapon for QB Dak Prescott.

DI Vita Vea, Washington
While the Lions will give edge defenders a long look, adding the massive Vea to the middle of the defense may be too good to pass up. More than just a 340-pound run stuffer, Vea had the nation’s No. 4 pass-rush grade (88.0) to go with his No. 3 mark in the run game (91.6). He can blow up blocking schemes and push the pocket, adding a necessary disruptor to the Detroit defensive line.

LB Roquan Smith, Georgia
PFF Mock Draft 2 - Buffalo BIlls - Roquan Smith

The first linebacker off the board, Smith flies to the football against both the run and in coverage. He also has a knack for finishing plays, as he’s been one of the surest tacklers in the country over the last two-plus years (only 16 missed tackles on 251 career attempts). He’s a perfect fit for Buffalo’s zone-heavy defensive scheme.

Edge Marcus Davenport, UTSA
The Bills go defense once again, adding Davenport, who projects as a classic base defensive end in a 4-3 scheme. He uses his massive 6-foot-7 frame well and finished fourth overall among edge defenders with an 89.8 grade. He can move blockers in the run game and picked up nine sacks, six QB hits and 34 hurries on only 257 rushes last season.

PFF Mock Draft 2 - Los Angeles Rams - Arden Key

Need and value match up well here, as Key is a top-10 talent, but the 2017 season brought question marks both on and off the field. At his best, he has the burst to challenge the edge and the length to win multiple ways, all leading to an 88.0 pass-rush grade that ranked 10th in the nation in 2016. Last season, he played only 409 snaps and played a lot more coverage than he had in the past, but when unleashed, he still showed the pass-rush ability to make an impact at the next level.

C Frank Ragnow, Arkansas
The nation’s top-graded center for two straight years, Ragnow can do it all in the run game, from moving nose tackles to locating and destroying linebackers at the second level. He’s strong in pass protection, and he’s proven capable of playing guard, adding positional versatility to the mix. With LG Andrew Norwell a free agent and C Ryan Kalil in the last year of his contract, adding depth to the interior offensive line should be a priority in Carolina.

LB Rashaan Evans, Alabama
PFF Mock Draft 2 - Tennessee Titans - Rashaan Evans

Alabama continues to churn out linebacker prospects and Evans brings an athletic presence who can fill multiple roles. He was more of an edge defender early in his career, and he pressured the quarterback on 67 of his 284 career rushes. However, he also showed well in a more traditional role over the last two years. Evans brings a much-needed speedy playmaker to the Titans’ linebacking corps.

CB Denzel Ward, Ohio State
One of the more difficult teams to peg as far as need and fit, the Falcons add another cornerback to the mix with Ward. He has outstanding speed and quickness, allowing him to play both on the outside and in the slot, and his presence could turn Atlanta’s secondary into one of the league’s best units. He finished with the No. 3 overall grade among cornerbacks at 91.4 last season.

Edge Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, Oklahoma
PFF Mock Draft 2 - New Orleans Saints - Ogbonnia Okoronkwo

The Saints took big strides on defense last season, but adding another presence off the edge will be an offseason priority. Okoronkwo picked up 23 sacks, 27 QB hits and 77 hurries on only 766 career rushes while picking up plenty of experience in coverage playing in Oklahoma’s scheme. He can dabble in a traditional linebacker role while doing most of his work rushing off the edge as a movable chess piece for the Saints.

TE Dallas Goedert, South Dakota State
A loaded Steelers offense can still use a consistent middle-of-the-field presence at tight end, and Goedert has the size and athleticism to be a matchup weapon in the NFL. He’s performed well when facing FBS competition, and he just capped another productive year at the FCS level.

WR Courtland Sutton, SMU
PFF Mock Draft 2 - Jacksonville Jaguars - Courtland Sutton

The receiving corps has evolved this year in Jacksonville and could undergo even further changes heading into 2018. Sutton brings a 6-foot-4 frame capable of beating up on smaller cornerbacks and winning in contested situations, but he’s also been solid after the catch, forcing 26 missed tackles over the last two years.

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NFL 1/18/18: Bleacher Report NFL Mock Draft; Jets reach for LaMar Jackson at #6

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| By theFREAK - 13 hours ago


1. Cleveland Browns: Sam Darnold, QB, USC

2. New York Giants: Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA

3. Indianapolis Colts: Minkah Fitzpatrick, DB, Alabama

4. Cleveland Browns (from HOU): Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State

5. Denver Broncos: Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma

6. New York Jets: Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Bradley Chubb, DE, NC State

8. Chicago Bears: Orlando Brown, OT, Oklahoma

9. Oakland Raiders: Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio State

10. San Francisco 49ers: Derwin James, S, Florida State

11. Miami Dolphins: Roquan Smith, LB, Georgia

12. Cincinnati Bengals: Quenton Nelson, OG, Notre Dame

13. Washington Redskins: Mike McGlinchey, OT, Notre Dame

14. Green Bay Packers: Da'Ron Payne, DT, Alabama

15. Arizona Cardinals: Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming

16. Baltimore Ravens: Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama

17. Los Angeles Chargers: Connor Williams, OT, Texas

18. Seattle Seahawks: Derrius Guice, RB, LSU

19. Dallas Cowboys: Vita Vea, DT, Washington

20. Detroit Lions: Arden Key, DE, LSU

21. Buffalo Bills: Marcus Davenport, DE, Texas-San Antonio

22. Buffalo Bills (from KC): Maurice Hurst, DT, Michigan

23. Los Angeles Rams: Joshua Jackson, CB, Iowa

24. Carolina Panthers: Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&M

25. Tennessee Titans: Sam Hubbard, DE, Ohio State

26. Atlanta Falcons: Taven Bryan, DT, Florida

27. New Orleans Saints: Rashaan Evans, LB, Alabama

28. Pittsburgh Steelers: Ronnie Harrison, S, Alabama

29. Jacksonville Jaguars: Mark Andrews, TE, Oklahoma

30. Philadelphia Eagles: Kolton Miller, OT, UCLA

31. New England Patriots: Harold Landry, DE, Boston College

32. Minnesota Vikings: Isaiah Wynn, OL, Georgia

Breaking Down Risky First-Round Picks

Josh Allen

In a draft that could see as many as five or six quarterbacks get taken in the first round, Wyoming's Josh Allen is among the riskiest choices.

After a breakout season in 2016, Allen regressed last year and put up less-than-impressive numbers, especially when considering the fact that he played in the Mountain West Conference.

Allen finished with just 1,812 yards, 16 touchdowns and six interceptions through the air, while completing 56.3 percent of his passes. He also rushed for 204 yards and five scores.

As a sophomore, Allen threw for 3,203 yards, 28 touchdowns and 15 picks to go along with 523 yards and seven scores on the ground.

According to Bleacher Report's Marcus Mosher, more than half of Allen's 27 career games at Wyoming were essentially duds from a statistical perspective:

For all his drawbacks, it is difficult to ignore the rare physical tools Allen possesses, as they could go a long way toward making him a star at the NFL level.

Allen has prototypical size at 6'5" and 233 pounds, along with a cannon for an arm and the mobility needed to get out of trouble and complete passes down the field while on the run.

Even so, it is difficult to envision a team taking a chance on him inside the top 10 since he has yet to prove that he can get the job done consistently.

There are teams in need of a quarterback picking in the mid-to-late first round, though, and that seems like a more logical landing spot.

The Arizona Cardinals are settled in at No. 15, and with Carson Palmer retiring, they have little to speak of under center.

Arizona has no shortage of weapons offensively, and if Allen can harness his rare ability, he has a chance to be a star in what looks like a favorable situation.

Derrius Guice

Taking a running back in the first round tends to be a risky proposition, and that is the case even with a supreme talent like LSU's Derrius Guice.

Penn State's Saquon Barkley is the only lock among running backs to go in the first round, but he seems like a surefire star, much like Ezekiel Elliott and Leonard Fournette.

Guice may not be far off, but if he is anything short of brilliant, it can be argued that taking him in the opening round is a bad move since it's generally easy to find impact backs in the mid-to-late rounds.

The 2017 NFL draft was an ideal example of that, as Alvin Kamara of the New Orleans Saints and Kareem Hunt of the Kansas City Chiefs were both third-round picks.

They are already among the NFL's best running backs, and they are the leading candidates to take home Offensive Rookie of the Year honors.

Guice is coming off two huge seasons in a row, including a 2017 campaign that saw him rush for 1,251 yards and 11 touchdowns to go along with 18 receptions for 124 yards and two scores.

He was even better while splitting time with Fournette, as Guice finished with 1,387 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns from scrimmage.

According to Shea Dixon of 247Sports, Guice is part of an exclusive club in terms of putting together some massive games in the SEC:

The Seattle Seahawks have some major needs along the offensive line, but if the best linemen are off the board when they pick at No. 18, Guice could be an equally good addition.

Seattle had virtually no running game to speak of in 2017, and essentially the entire offensive burden fell on the shoulders of quarterback Russell Wilson.

The Seahawks were at their best when they had more balance offensively and running back Marshawn Lynch took pressure off Wilson.

Guice can do something similar if he lives up to his potential, but if he doesn't, then Seattle will have wasted a valuable pick on one of the deepest positions in football.

Marcus Davenport

There are few sure things with regard to pass-rushers in the 2018 NFL draft, which means defensive end Marcus Davenport could turn some heads as a first-round selection.

Davenport played against a low level of competition at Texas-San Antonio, but he has impressive physical tools and a strong resume as a four-year contributor.

As a senior in 2017, Davenport finished with 55 tackles and a career-high 17.5 tackles for loss and 8.5 sacks.

Jonah Tuls of NDT Scouting tweeted some game tape of Davenport and expressed his belief that the big man is poised for NFL stardom:

Davenport is listed at 6'7" and 255 pounds, and he appears to have the ideal mix of strength, quickness and athleticism needed to consistently pressure the quarterback.

His length also makes him capable of swatting down passes at the line of scrimmage, plus he has shown the ability to be tough against the run as well.

Perhaps no defensive end in the draft other than NC State's Bradley Chubb have the makings of being a complete player as much as Davenport.

The Buffalo Bills were among the worst teams in the league at sacking the quarterback in 2017, and they figure to address that issue with one of their two first-round picks provided they don't package them to move up.

Buffalo having two picks means it can afford to take a chance with at least one of them, and if Davenport pans out, an already strong defense will be even tougher to crack in 2018.

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NFL Molly Qerim breaks down her top five power couples | First Take | ESPN

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| By Eviction Notice - 13 hours ago

5.RW & Ciara
4.Wade & Gabby
3.Arodgers & Danica Patrick
2.Arod & JLO
1.Tommy Terrific & Gisele

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NBA Fultz shooting free throws pre-game in Boston this nigga still cant shoot

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NBA Curry and LeBron named team captains for All Star Game. Who will they each pick first?

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NBA Isaiah Thomas Blames Lack of Production on LeBron/Lue For No Practices

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| By TriniSoldier - 15 hours ago

Isaiah Thomas has been crystal clear about the biggest reason why it will take a long time for him to return to the form he displayed during his time with the Boston Celtics: his new team doesn’t practice.

Even before Thomas made his debut, Thomas was quick to point out this quirk of the veteran Cleveland Cavaliers. Remember, he had to get his first full practice in with Cleveland’s G-League affiliate, the Canton Charge. It was once something that the Cavs thrived on during their stretch of winning 18 out of 19 games in November and December. But now as they try to acclimate Thomas, it’s become an issue and one Thomas isn’t letting go of.

“We don’t practice,” Thomas said Monday, according to The Athletic’s Jason Lloyd. “So (the) only thing that’s going to help me is getting reps and running up and down the floor.”

Thomas has oft-cited Cleveland’s lack of practice. Thomas started off well against the Warriors but faded late and was 1-of-7 from long-distance, something that absolutely cannot happen if the Cavs are going to have success with him on the floor. Thomas must score to be effective because his defense is not going to help Cleveland’s problems.

LeBron James addressed Cleveland’s lack of practice as something hampering Thomas’ growth on Monday. He’s trying to remain positive, as he has with his public comments.

“When he’s at 100 percent he won’t miss those wide-open 3s,” James said to The Athletic. “He’s trying to get his legs back on the fly, which is very difficult. We’re a team that doesn’t practice much, we don’t have much time to practice. The game is where he’s getting his legs back and it’s very difficult after being out seven months. But every game is going to be more of an opportunity for him to get his legs up under him. Once he does that, he’s going to make us even more dynamic.”

Lebron with the subtle clapback letting him know to stay in his place

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