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2023.06.05 06:29 00hemmgee The truth about game 2

If you go read my truth about game 1. You would have already seen game 2 unfolding before the tip.
I got a lot of flack for my post of game 1. But I know the game, and I know most people don't have a clue. So I didn't care.
I actually didn't know the nuggets coach Mike Malone, who I respect and think very highly of, felt the same way I did about game 1.
The nuggets won on the score board, but they DID NOT play winning basketball. The heat missed a lot of wide open shots that professional basketball players rarely ever see in an NBA game. And they got those same looks today. Mike Malone was so concerned after game 1, that he told his team that they are going to have to play much harder to beat us. And that they actually DID NOT play a good game in game 1.
The key word I used in my truth about game 1 post was "Intensity". This nuggets team doesn't play with a high level of offensive or defensive intensity. This is shown by their lack of staying connected to shooters. Giving up open shots. And letting an undersized, terrible rebounding team like the heat get 11 offensive rebounds in game 1. And I believe 8 off rebounds in game 2. This should never happen
I started my truth about game 1 post by saying something shocking to most. THE NUGGETS ARE THE EASIEST TEAM WE HAVE FACED SO FAR. I didn't think that would be so shocking because we've faced a 1 and 2 seed. And our Knicks match up was a freaking dog fight. The intensity of all those matchups felt like what you would feel in an NBA Finals. This heat/nuggets Matchup is entertaining but doesn't have the same intensity of the other series because the nuggets don't play that style. Mike Malone wants his team to play more aggressive and intense but you can't just pep talk them into doing so. That comes from a culture that is built through fire and adversity.
My Shocking opinion from Game 2 is the game should NOT have even been close. The heat could have increase their early lead and kept it the entire game. However, coach spo was making unusual errors. Maybe because of the altitude situation, bam was taken out early and Zeller played a lot of minutes that made our lead get cut. Then the bench played minutes that got us in a big deficit. Instead of shortening the rotation or limiting certain bench players minutes, spo decided to ride it out. Also, some calls he should have challenged but timeouts are very important in Denver, so no big deal.
If you know how to analyze a game, you'd see that the heat had an 11pt lead, lost it.... Got down 15. Ate that deficit. Then went back up by 12 in the fourth. That is a solid performance. And considering how game 1 ended, Denver's concern level should be a7 on a scale of 10.
Every series is different. In this series, spo has to tighten up the rotations and our starters have to play heavy minutes. I was upset also about his blunder of not starting Kevin Love in game 1. That was obvious adjust when seeing the starting lineups.
But let's right the ship and get back to the 305
Heat in 6
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2023.06.05 05:54 FlapsackMcBingus Caleb Martin was sitting with a towel over his head postgame in front of his locker. He told me he has been suffering with migraines and cold chills. COV-19 has been ruled out. Despite feeling ill, Martin came off the bench in game 2, playing 21 minutes.
Caleb Martin was sitting with a towel over his head postgame in front of his locker. He told me he has been suffering with migraines and cold chills. COVID has been ruled out. Despite feeling ill, Martin came off the bench in game 2, playing 21 minutes.
Martin was initially listed as questionable on the NBA injury report with a head injury and an illness. He missed the Heat's practice prior to game day, putting his status in jeopardy. Fortunately, he was declared available to play, albeit in a bench role as Miami decided to put Kevin Love in the starting lineup.
Game 1 against the Nuggets was not kind to Martin, who went off in the Eastern Conference Finals and nearly won the series MVP award over Jimmy Butler. Martin shot just 1-7, one of many Heat players to shoot poorly in the opening contest of the Finals. In order to win the 2023 NBA Finals, Butler has to get back to dominating, which would make it much easier for role players like Martin to come through.
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2023.06.05 05:26 EmmarJay My great grandfather has been missing for over a century. I know what happened to him.

The day seemed like it would be ordinary until the aeronautical community’s most sought after document showed up on my doorstep.
It came wrapped in brown kraft paper tied off with twine, and the exterior packaging had no return address nor any indication of a postage stamp. It was as though it had been simply bundled up and dropped into my wall-mounted mailbox by a random passerby.
No part of me was willing to surrender the strange parcel without opening it first. Regardless of who its contents truly belonged to, my eyes would be the first to see it. I removed the twine and then dug a thumb under a fold in the packaging paper before clawing it away to expose a brown tan notebook circa 1900. It was full grain buffalo leather with a crisscross of cord for the spine and a thick hand cut string keeping it sealed shut.
When I undid the string, the pages that had been gripped tight by the leather fanned out gently then returned to their original position, my eyes landing on the front page. It was without a printer’s mark and read in big handwritten type: “THE DIARY AND RECORD OF HENRY H. HELGELAND.”
I knew in that instant the package was in the hands of who it was rightfully sent out for. Not just because I’d recently lost my job as an associate at our city’s art museum but because of a separate, much deeper connection to the diary’s author.
Perhaps it’s in my best interests to turn it over to the National Archives, or the US Arctic Research Commission, or maybe even the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, but at the risk of seeing it blue-penciled to death, I’ve elected to instead share it here and now.
The world needs to know what happened.
Henry H. Helgeland — my great grandfather — was a severe looking man with a walrus mustache and a bone to pick with anyone who ever doubted him. He was born in Oakland, California in 1871 and was, by all available accounts relayed to me, well-behaved and well-liked. His father worked a lucrative job in the shipping industry, transporting timber between San Francisco and the Central Valley. Two years into Henry’s life, his mother would contract a fatal case of diphtheria and die shortly thereafter; when he was old enough to understand what had happened, Henry “yearn[ed] fervently for a reunion to mend [his] great anguish and sorrow.”
Near the turn of the 20th century, Henry attended Stanford University’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, where he learned everything from thermodynamics to machine design. But it was a lecture about polar transportation that would ultimately kindle his interest in a separate enterprise: arctic exploration. Indeed, the race to the North Pole was well underway, with naval officers, geologists, and aeronauts around the globe vying for the chance to make history. My great grandfather, like many of his peers, propounded the theory that he, and he alone, would be the first to reach the Great White North.
In 1895, Henry graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering and sought to expand the member list of the so called Ascension Society, a student organization he’d assembled to aid engineering graduates with materials science. Many of its constituents had engaged in research projects and experimental setups to hone their craft of mechanical systems, but in time, however, the venture would instead prove a hotspot for investors and philanthropists. Donations averaging up to $5,000 helped fund and promote the fantastic ambitions of my great grandfather. So long as the Ascension Society was gracing him with their support, he’d be the first to reach the North Pole.
In early 1898, armed with enough capital, Henry used the proceeds to purchase the materials required for the balloon.
A notable circus at the forefront of traveling attractions in the early twentieth century was The Fielding Troupe. With its impressive lineup of talent — from fire eaters and aerialists to equestrians and strongmen — the ensemble drew crowds from nearly every town in western America during its historic run. Its wide reach would ultimately reel in many notable faces, including my great grandfather.
Prior to a performance in Oakland, the Fielding Troupe led a procession through the town around Stanford University, announcing their arrival with a parade of wagons, floats, and animals. The strategy, as it were, was to drum up as much publicity and fanfare as possible. Evidently it worked, as a healthy fraction of the faculty and student body at Stanford made the trip over to Oakland in order to see the troupe in action.
Surrounding their arena with two hundred feet of heavy duty tent canvas, the troupe put on a show for the ages the night Henry was in attendance, with extravagant acrobatics, trained animal performances, and a special appearance from Curtis the Clown. Following a skillful display of juggling and good natured audience ribbing, Curtis’s master stroke was an intricate stunt involving balloons and wire flying. Firstly, he would inflate several multi-colored balloons and tie them off with string, securing them firmly in his grip. They served as a flashy distraction from the piece of flexible metal snaking out from the harness he had concealed under his equally flashy costume. Then, with a whisper of strength, a couple stagehands hoisted the balloon-carrying clown thirty feet into the air to make it appear as though he was levitating by virtue of the balloons alone. A separate performer — a marksman — showed off his sharpshooting skills with a Winchester model rifle and gunned down the balloons, exploding each one as the stagehands loosened their hold on Curtis’s harness until he was eased to the ground.
Henry watched the routine with eager delight. Seeing Curtis the Clown float above a hundred or so onlookers helped stir within him a plan. The ceiling of the Big Top Tent where Curtis had concluded his ascent represented more than the centerpiece of a traveling circus.
“Ascendancy,” Henry muttered to his wife Ruth. “This is how we get to the top of the world.”
The spherical vessel measured sixty-five feet in diameter, with a capacity of over 200,000 cubic feet. Its construction was overseen by Henry and a couple french engineers who installed in its gondola three berths and ample ballast to keep it stable. The gondola, a carefully constructed assemblage of wicker and chestnut wood, was built as such to bar any interference to the magnetic instruments of the explorers. Keeping it shielded against severe weather conditions was a varnished silk calotte and a vaselined net composed of over four-hundred hemp cords. A bamboo pole was attached bellow the carrying ring to attach the side sails and, perhaps most notably, the balloon was fitted with hemp and cocoa nut fiber guide ropes to help steer and maintain a consistent altitude.
After two years of exhaustive construction, work on the balloon was completed in 1900. Henry named it Ascension, after the society that funded its creation.
What follows are several selected passages lifted directly from Henry’s memorandum, transcribed by me. The first entry reads:
“At nine o'clock on the forenoon, May 5, 1900, under the auspices of the Ascension Society, we embarked from the 71st parallel on our quest of the Pole. Our great journey sets off from Point Barrow, Alaska following a grueling adventure aboard the steamer Sursum. I, Henry Helgeland, travel forth, accompanied by Charles Ringvold, esteemed navigator, and Edward Meyer, long celebrated physician, into the arctic wilderness. Together, our efforts will generate a most formidable team and an unwavering spirit. We will ascend.”
Indeed, the SS Sursum disembarked from a port in San Francisco in mid May of that year; it offered easy access to the Pacific Ocean and sailed through the Bering Strait, covering over 3,000 nautical miles before reaching Point Barrow on July 2.
When the balloon took off, carried by a fierce north east wind, it was to a thunderous applause from those that had come to bear witness to the bold endeavor. Among them were crew members of the SS Sursum, high ranking associates of the Ascension Society, and carpenters tasked with helping the balloon reach its initial phase of liftoff.
As it elevated to 300 hundred feet and passed around an onlooking whaler, Henry was reported to have shouted: “To the top of the world, hurrah!”
36 hours would elapse before a second entry was made.
“July 4, 1900, Lat. 77° 48' N, Long. 143° 4' W. We are soaring at a height of 600 feet above the Earth's surface, traveling at a speed of approximately seven kilometers per hour. Our morale remains similarly aloft. Charles relayed to me that, God willing, we anticipate reaching the pole in roughly 800 miles. Beyond the drag ropes lending their ballast to our journey, optimism is our guiding force. We will ascend.”
Turbulent air currents had a different plan in mind, however.
“July 5, 1900, Lat. 80° 8' N, Long. 138° 37' W. Alas! Our aerial journey came to an abrupt halt yestereve on the 80th parallel. We voyaged as many as 500 miles before a forceful downdraft spun our vehicle on its vertical axle and compelled it into a sharp descent; we had lost what we estimate to be just over 100 cubic feet of gas.
“Edward suffered severe injuries during the initial impact and claims his vertebrae have been shattered, leaving him immobile. We’re at the mercy of the floe on which we now rest, at the mercy of the Polar Sea. Should we face the specter of death, we shall meet it with unwavering honor. We will ascend.”
“July 6, 1900. We find ourselves solitary in the barren expanse, accompanied only by bergs, ice-fields, and majestic glaciers. Our rations encompass a container’s worth of hardtack, enough salted beef for approximately one week, canned stew, dried apricots, some chocolate bars, and seven bottles of ale.
“Edward’s outlook remains grim; he suspects he’ll never walk again. In witness of his current state, I’m beginning to share in such apprehensions. Edward, whom we have reposed on on of our sledges, fears that the opportunity to make known the great love he holds for his mistress Rebecca is one he’ll never be granted. ‘You shall be reunited at once,’ I assured him. ‘Our journey to triumph will not be thwarted by minor inconveniences.’
“We’ve plotted the course to our next destination: that being Herschel Island, located off the coast of Canada in the Beaufort Sea. Charles — who shares in Edward’s dismay — estimates a three month footslog spanning just under one thousand miles is in store for us, perhaps more given Edward’s ailment. I am determined to see this mission to its completion, yet survival remains a paramount desire. Who’s to recount our extraordinary journey should we fail?
“While establishing our encampment and scouting the local flora of the area for additional sources of sustenance, I happened upon a plant of an unknown species. Half a meter tall, bulbous tubers, and thin roots terminating in clusters of white flowers; intuition suggests this is a water hemlock, which precludes it from edibility. Nevertheless, I shall regard this finding as one of great fortune. A portent of divine value. We will ascend.”
Two days later, gold prospectors off the Alaskan coast at Nome beach were in the process of emptying their sluice boxes when from the sky flew a carrier pigeon directly to their mining site. It bore a label with the inscription “Helgeland” and contained the following dispatch:
“July 7, 1900. First dog watch. Three southerly traveling carrier-pigeons were sent off at approximately 7 h. 40 p.m. Pacific Standard Time, the following among them. This is Rear Admiral Charles Ringvold of the United States Navy and the Helgeland Balloon Expedition of 1900. Our hopes of reaching the pole have been reduced to naught. Assistance urgently needed. Our destinies have hitherto been unknown, and now my fears have been actualized. GO IN TERROR OF HENRY HELGELAND. He is not who he proclaims to be. I volunteered for a man of honorable stature and venturesome drive. The man before me betrays neither.”
The remainder of the message was a hasty scrawl, decrypted only by the best in linguistics and modern codebreaking.
The communication was immediately passed off to the Smithsonian Institution, where word fell within the earshot of Ascension Society proponents and additional members of the US Navy. A follow-up expedition — a rescue team led by Captain S. P. Matthews — was put together at once with the authorization of the Secretary of War.
Months later, after a congressional bill introduced to secure grant funding for arctic exploration — and thereby a rescue mission for Helgeland’s lost expedition — was successfully passed, the USS Greenwich departed from the San Francisco Naval Shipyard with a crew of thirty boatswains, medics, and deck officers among others.
What they would ultimately uncover puzzled them all.
“July 7, 1900. The team has fractured. We are without our provisions and without the morale that has served us thusly.
“Charles and I set upon the pursuit and capture of a walrus, a most strenuous task in the Arctic Circle. Furnished with a Winchester model .40-82, the sport skews in our favor but we are in no short supply of peril. These are one ton beasts with the strength of a hundred strongmen as they stave the ice, and yet it is not them I should have feared.
“’I can’t allow you to proceed further.’ I heard the click clack racket of the Winchester as Charles chambered a round and raised the rifle, training its twenty inch barrel toward my back after I had volunteered — quite ignorantly — to take the vanguard.
“’Charles?’ I managed between clattering teeth.
“’You’re a man of bold stature. An honorable man at that. But not honorable enough to die for. And that’s it, Henry. I will not die for you.’
“’You speak out of distress, not rationality.’
“’I’m as rational as one permits when I say we won’t all make it to Canada. You can’t expect us to sledge Edward for the next month and retain our strength. Our sanities.” I could hear him gulp, ‘our lives.’
“’You’re not who you say you are.’ I realized in that moment. ‘Not even an ensign would renounce his own crew. Who are you really, Charles?’
“His credentials were a farce; a clever scheme to scrape through the expedition’s vetting process. He was no navy-man nor expert nor navigator and if you piled his life’s accomplishments on top of one another, they’d be equal to that of a cretin.
“’Doesn’t matter any more, Henry.’
“’Then why haven’t you shot me?’
“I sensed beyond his terror a hint of reluctance and felt within him the trepidation of an amateur. The man had never wielded a firearm in his life and wouldn’t start hence.
“’In Your infinite mercy, hear my prayer. In Your boundless grace, grant me Your forgiveness,’ he muttered below his breath. I could’ve believed he’d have squeezed the trigger if not for the unexpected convulsion that suddenly brought him to his knees. Befallen by the strange attack, Charles unhanded the Winchester and collapsed to the ice in the midst of a crippling seizure. And in a matter of moments, he had succumbed to death.
“With some activated charcoal or perhaps an emetic, he could have eluded such a painful demise. I stepped over to look upon his body, his pupils dilated to the size of dimes. Reviewing the immediate symptoms, intuition tells me he’s become the latest victim of hemlock poisoning, the kind of amateur mistake I’d expect from someone such as Charles. Ideal timing, if I may speak candidly.
“Hope remains alive. I will ascend.”
Investigators with the crew of S. P. Matthews found everything except answers.
It took them all of three months to zero in on the campsite left behind by Helgeland’s expedition. Any prospect of finding the balloon itself was dropped by the wayside to preserve manpower and time.
The camp was discovered on the 79th parallel, not in any particular state of disarray but with enough evidence to suggest conflict had broken out between the members. Edward was discovered in a tent with the rest of the rations and a bullet hole stamped in the side of his head. There was no telling how long he’d been dead for.
Forty-five meters away from the camp, buried under a stalagmitic gathering of ice and snow, was the body of Charles Ringvold. A followup inquiry would prove my great grandfather’s claims that he was a fraud, but like Charles himself, the truth is buried deep under the surface. Edward and Charles are commemorated for their failed — albeit honorable — efforts in the face of great opposition.
The body of my great grandfather, however, was never found. Theories thus abound in the saga of Henry H. Helgeland and we are no more the wiser now than we were a century ago. He is remembered for murdering his men in cold blood, deserting them, and then yielding to the elements somewhere in the frozen hell of the arctic. The carrier-pigeon message sent by Charles corroborated the apparent facts.
But I know the truth. Because only I have the answers.
“July 8, 1900. All that remains is me, for everyone else has vanished. Edward and I regaled each other with stories of our mistresses as night fell upon our place in the arctic wasteland. Rebecca, Edward’s beloved, works as an expert seamstress in San Francisco and will no doubt be devastated when news of his fate reaches her. But the great memories they shared together, I assured him, will serve her well in the years to come.
“‘You shall be reunited at once,’ I whispered to him once more before executing the dying man with the Winchester. It is my turn to face whatever awaits me on the ice.
“My great anguish and sorrow have been mended.
“Ruth is calling to me now. Our son promptly requires our presence.
“I shall go to them."
The fruitless search for my great grandfather peaked at last with the unearthing of a path of footprints snaking away from the tent where Edward’s body lay. Investigators followed them for approximately ten meters before they abruptly ceased. Captain Matthews is quoted as saying: “it was as though the walker had simply floated away.”
And indeed, it was our family that won in the end, for my great grandfather received exactly what he wanted. The final, undated entry of his diary is comprised of but three simple words:
“I have ascended.”
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2023.06.05 04:55 Gristle__McThornbody I am now 1,000% convinced we didn't get 1 fn game against Denver due to our poor coaching.

My initial reaction for our sweep were Dlo sucks, AD being on and off on offense, Players being injured, and the list goes on and on. But watching EVERY team get at least once against the Nuggets, and watching the Heat pull off a win on the road just solidifies the shit coaching we have. These teams are not more talented than us.
Take the Heat in gm 2 for example. Jimmy Butler was playing like shit. Does that remind you on Lebron with his stupid 3pt shot selection? Sure it does! Well guess what, Spo benched his ass for extended minutes in the 4th and the other guys were rolling. He brought in Jimmy when things were not looking good and that lit a fire in Jimmy to play better. Would Ham ever do such thing against Lebron. NO! Ham is a player coach. He cares about the player relationship than what's best for the team.
Point is, the Heat(and every other team) makes adjustments to have the best team on the floor and benching Jimmy in the 4th stood out the most for me. Yes everything I mentioned about the team is true but there are ways to mitigate it. For example, AD turned into a beast when Rui defended Jokic and AD became a bigger beast defensively. GO TO THAT SHIT MORE. Instead Rui saw his usual minutes instead of ramping them up after that game 1 performance. He should have been playing 40 minutes. Dlo sucked we all knew that. But he kept getting minutes in the second half and in the fourth quarter almost every game. Why would you do that. The stats say we suck with him on the floor. Why are you playing him so much. Three guard lineups. We don't have the guards for it but we still do it. The list goes on and on. Double teams on Jokic. Hardly see them by the Heat. Even when Gabe Vincent was defending. Everyone knows Jokic is a master passer why would you double him? We never changed that all series.
Just venting I hate seeing how we got swept when we have the talent to win this championship but our poor coaching staff held us from getting to this point. Fuck Ham. We didn't let Vogel pick his coaching staff we sure as hell shouldn't let Ham pick his.
Edit: Just saw someone post on nba how Jokic is 0-3 when scoring over 40. If you are HAM WHY do you send him a double team. I kept asking this question all series and he kept doing it. He was carving us up with his elite passing but we kept sending double teams. You can't be this stupid. You simply can't. Let Jokic go 1-1 vs David or AD and live with the results.
Take game 2 for example. Spo didn't do no double team bullshit. Hardly did. What happened? KCP, Porter Jr played like shit. Murray played like shit until late in the 4th but it was too late. I fucking hate Darvin Ham.
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2023.06.05 03:42 No_Selection3035 IPTV Reviews: 6+Best IPTV Free Trial List

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Tribe IPTV is a new brand in the IPTV industry that many people may not have heard of, but it has completely replaced the old brand Bestbuyiptv. Tribe IPTV provides users with a wide range of live TV channels and a rich collection of VOD movies and series, suitable for audiences of all tastes. It is compatible with all devices and IPTV players, offers login options through Xtream Codes or M3U URL, and provides a 24-hour free trial. It also has a fully automated activation system that allows you to enjoy live TV and sports events instantly.
Tribe IPTV Pros and ConsPros:
  • Offers a 24-hour free trial
  • Compatible with all devices
  • Supports Xtream Codes and M3U URL
  • Discounts available for multi-device packages
  • Multiple Premium sports channels
  • Activates automatically upon successful payment
  • Requires the use of a VPN to watch sports events
  • Limited EPG (Electronic Programming Guide)
  • No Catch-Up feature
  • No cloud recording feature
  • No refund guarantee
48 hours trial/1device=$2,1month/1device=$10,3months/1device=$24,6months/1device=$40,12months/1device=$69,24months/1device=$120.
Support device:
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To get a free trial of Tribe IPTV, you can follow these steps:
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  4. View the M3U URL or extract the Xtream Codes information from the M3U URL.
Typhoon labs TV
TyphoonLabs TV is one of the best IPTV service providers that offer 5 Simultaneous logins with one subscription. You can avail free trial and purchase plans within the app and enjoy a contactless seamless streaming experience. With over 1200 live TV channels, including sports events, news, and TV shows, Typhoon Labs TV provides an unrestricted entertainment experience for customers.
Typhoon Labs TV Pros and ConsPros:
  1. 1500+ local and international live channels are provided.
  2. 300+ game channels. 24,000 +VOD
  3. Offer a free 48-hour trial.
  4. Flexible IPTV subscription plan, the standard package includes 5 simultaneous connections.
  5. No IP address is locked.
  6. Sports Pass special, PPV pay-per-view.
  1. There are no high-quality functional service options. For sports fans, there is a lack of catch-up services.
  2. The occasional buffer lag.
Support device:
  • Android devices
  • Firestick
  • Windows
  • Mac PC
  • Smart TV
  • Roku
How to get IPTV Free trial of Typhoon Labs TV
To get a free trial of Typhoon Labs TV, you can follow these steps:
  1. Visit the Typhoon Labs TV website and click on “48-hour free trial.”
  2. Register an account.
  3. Log in to your Typhoon Labs TV account using the username and password you received in your email.
  4. View the M3U URL or extract the Xtream Codes information from the M3U URL.
IPTVFarm is a premium IPTV service that gives you access to your favorite TV shows and VODs, offers over 13,200 live channels and 36,000 VoDs, is compatible with all devices, and offers a 24-hour free trial.
IPTVFarm Pros and ConsPros:
  1. A free 24-hour trial is available for testing the service
  2. 80% of channels support the EPG guide
  3. Compatibility with M3U and M3U8 playlists
  4. Over 10,000 live channels and 30,000+ VOD options
  5. Multiple video quality options: standard definition, high definition, full HD, 4K, and 3D
  6. Supported devices include Mag Device and Enigma2
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  8. Offer a large number of channels
  9. Standard definition, high definition, full HD, 4K, and 3D
  10. Compatible with all devices and third-party applications
  11. M3U, MAG, and Enigma2 formats
  12. A free 24-hour trial is available
  13. Subscription plans support 1 connection or 2 connections
  14. The subscription price is cheap, fast support, free automatic renewal
  1. After subscribing to the service, orders can be delivered within 5 minutes or 12 hours, not immediately.
  2. Few functional service options
  3. Subscription is non-refundable after buying.
Support device:
  • Android devices
  • Firestick
  • Windows
  • Mac PC
  • Smart TV
  • Roku
How to get IPTV Free trial of IPTVFarm
To get a free trial of IPTVFarm, you can follow these steps:
  1. Visit the IPTVFarm website and click on “24-hour free trial.”
  2. Register an account.
  3. Log in to your IPTVFarm account using the username and password you received in your email.
  4. View the M3U URL or extract the Xtream Codes information from the M3U URL.
BestBuy IPTV
BestBuy IPTV offers live channels 10000+ and VOD30000+ from around the world. Here you can view 4K paid channels, movies, TV series, sports, PPV activities, children's networks and VODs, and more. The service offers excellent IPTV prices and stable servers. For the majority of users to provide 24 hours of testing. IPTV is activated and compatible with all devices. If you are interested, you can try their IPTV Reseller program. This is definitely one of the best IPTV services available on Firestick devices.
BestBuy IPTV Pros and ConsPros:
  • A 24-hour trial is available.
  • The IPTV is activated immediately
  • Provide 20000+ pay live channels and VOD library
  • Compatible with all devices and third-party applications. Including Firestick
  • Online support 24/7
  1. Offer a 7-day money-back guarantee
  2. Antifreezing technique
  3. Affordable subscription
  1. One subscription can be used on many devices, but intelligent viewing on one device at a time.
  2. There aren't some quality features to choose from.
Support device:
  • Amazon Firestick
  • Android TV, Android TV box, Android phone, and Android tablet
  • Kodi, VLC...
  • Vu+
  • DreamBox
  • Enigma, MAX
  • and more...
How to get IPTV Free trial of BestBuy IPTV
To get a free trial of BestBuy IPTV, you can follow these steps:
  1. Visit the BestBuy IPTV website and click on “24-hour free trial.”
  2. Register an account.
  3. Log in to your BestBuy IPTV account using the username and password you received in your email.
  4. View the M3U URL or extract the Xtream Codes information from the M3U URL.
In conclusion, the world of IPTV offers a diverse range of options, each with its unique features and advantages. By taking advantage of the free test trials offered by these IPTV providers, you can experience their services firsthand and make an informed decision. Whether you're a sports enthusiast, a movie buff, or simply looking for a wide range of channels, the top 6+ best IPTV providers we've explored in this article are sure to cater to your entertainment needs. So, go ahead, explore the world of IPTV, and elevate your TV viewing experience with the best IPTV services available. Happy streaming!
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2023.06.05 02:40 barrack_osama_0 Is Palps+Mara the definitive best team for Starkiller?

If it is, where do I put my Darth Vader if I don't have Lord Vader and Piett is on Troops? Do I just not have a good enough lineup for Vader to be useful anywhere? I mostly focus on collecting characters that I want over whoever is meta but I do still want to have everything optimized if possible. If this is the case, is there any other team for Starkiller on par with Palps+Mara? The only thing I could imagine is in 3v3 grand arena with Cere lead and another DS UFU, which I would imagine is extremely strong.
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2023.06.05 01:12 DoctorNoFace Looking for a casual-paced game that allows creative gameplay and tinkering

Have had trouble finding a game to get into recently, but I’m trying to find something I can play casually (i.e. alongside podcasts and YT vids), but that also forces/allows me to think outside the box and be creative.
For example, I really enjoy creative puzzle games, but without any stressful time crunch, like Superliminal or Baba is You.
But on the other hand, I love management and strategy games like Civ V, NBA 2K MyLeague, or SimCity. I really like thinking about how to play those games in unconventional ways and to switch up my playstyle, if that makes sense.
I love the idea of games like Stardew Valley or AoE, but I end up getting stressed out by a desire to fully optimize everything, because if the time crunch.
Not sure if any of this makes sense! I’ve always struggled to put a label on the type of games I like. If anyone has any suggestions for similar games, I’d love to hear it!
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2023.06.05 00:04 HatanaMarketing NATTY+ Stack: Revolutionizing Bodybuilding ENHANCED LABS DISCOUNT CODE code CHEMHQ
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2023.06.04 22:53 Fun-Leading-6145 Looking to use new cards

Looking to use new cards
I’m pretty happy with my lineup but I’m looking to try some new cards for fun so suggestions are appreciated. (KG and Sampson are edited in cuz screenshot was old)
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2023.06.04 22:23 yourfavkage Looking for people for co-op ( ps5 )

Looking for people for co-op ( ps5 )
Comment psns and I’ll add you to the gc. This is my team & players
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2023.06.04 20:57 LGMyo Optimal Mets Lineup vs RHP

This is the optimal Mets Lineup vs RHP
1) Daniel Vogelbach (DH)
2) Jeff McNeil (2B)
3) Pete Alonso (1B)
4) Francisco Alvarez (C)
5) Mark Canha (LF)
6) Brandon Nimmo (CF)
7) Brett Baty (3B)
8) Francisco Lindor (SS)
9) Starling Marte (RF)
1) Vogelbach vs RHP is #1 for OBP, #1 for BBs, tied #4 for 2Bs, and #5 for RBIs.
2) McNeil vs RHP is #1 for Batting Average, #1 for Hits, and #4 for 2Bs.
3) Pete vs RHP is #1 for RBIs, #1 for HRs, #2 for SLG%, and #3 for Hits.
4) Alvarez vs RHP is #1 for SLG%, #1 for OPS, #2 for HRs, and #2 for Batting Average.
5) Canha vs RHP is #3 for Batting Average, #3 for OBP, #3 for SLG%, and #3 for OPS.
6) Nimmo vs RHP is #2 for OBP, #2 for Hits, tied #3 for HRs, and tied #3 for RBIs.
7) Baty vs RHP is #5 in HRs, #5 in BBs, #6 in RBIs, and #7 in OBP.
8) Lindor vs RHP is #2 for RBIs, tied #3 for HRs, #10 for Batting Average, and #10 for OBP.
9) Marte vs RHP is #6 for Hits, #8 for BBs, #8 for Batting Average, and #9 for OBP.
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2023.06.04 17:04 LGMyo Optimal Mets Lineup vs LHP

This is the optimal Mets Lineup vs LHP
1) Brandon Nimmo (CF)
2) Starling Marte (RF)
3) Francisco Lindor (SS)
4) Pete Alonso (1B)
5) Jeff McNeil (2B)
6) Brett Baty (3B)
7) Eduardo Escobar (DH)
8) Tommy Pham (LF)
9) Francisco Alvarez (C)
1) Nimmo vs LHP is #1 for OBP, #1 for bagging average, #1 for hits, #2 for OPS.
2) Marte vs LHP is #2 for batting average and #2 for hits.
3) Lindor vs LHP is #1 for RBIs, tied at #1 for HRs, #2 for SLG%, and #3 for OPS.
4) Pete vs LHP is #1 for SLG%, tied at #1 for HRs, #1 for OPS, and #2 for RBIs.
5) McNeil vs LHP is #2 for OBP, #1 for BBs, and #4 for batting average.
6) Baty vs LHP is #3 for batting average, #3 for SLG%, and #4 for OPS.
7) Escobar vs LHP is tied for #3 in HRs, #4 in RBIs, #4 for SLG% and #5 for OPS.
8) Pham vs LHP is tied for #3 for HRs, #3 for RBIs, #2 for BBs, and #4 for OBP.
9) Alvarez vs LHP is leading catchers in all hitting stats but behind all the above players in all categories.
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2023.06.04 15:10 Nziapelm Welcome to the MacBook Max Community! Share Tips and Discover the Power of Apple's M1 Chips!

Hey there, fellow MacBook enthusiasts!
I'm excited to announce the launch of our brand-new Reddit community dedicated to all things MacBook Max! Whether you're a proud owner, a tech enthusiast, or simply curious about the incredible power of Apple's M1 chips, this is the place for you.
Feel free to use this community as a hub for discussing and sharing tips, tricks, and insights about the MacBook Max and its impressive capabilities. We encourage everyone to contribute their knowledge, experiences, and even troubleshooting advice to create a vibrant and helpful community.
Here are a few topics to get the conversation rolling:
  1. Favorite MacBook Max features: Share what you love most about your MacBook Max, whether it's the lightning-fast performance, extended battery life, or the stunning display.
  2. Tips and tricks for optimizing performance: Let's uncover the best ways to make the most of your MacBook Max's power, such as optimizing battery life, managing storage effectively, or maximizing productivity with handy shortcuts.
  3. Compatibility and software recommendations: Discuss the wide range of software and applications that work flawlessly on the M1 chip, or seek suggestions for specific needs like video editing, graphic design, programming, and more.
  4. Troubleshooting and support: If you encounter any issues or have questions about your MacBook Max, don't hesitate to seek assistance here. Our community is filled with knowledgeable individuals who are eager to help.
  5. Exciting developments in the MacBook world: Stay up-to-date with the latest news, updates, and rumors surrounding the MacBook lineup, including any leaks or predictions about future iterations.
Remember, this community thrives on the collective knowledge and enthusiasm of its members, so let's foster a friendly and respectful atmosphere where everyone feels welcome. Together, we can explore the full potential of the MacBook Max and help one another along the way.
So, what are you waiting for? Introduce yourself, share your favorite MacBook Max tips, or ask any burning questions you have. Let's embark on this exciting journey together!
Happy posting and welcome to the MacBook Max Community!
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2023.06.04 09:27 jfiddy NBA Picks - 6/3/23

Predicting the NBA using Monte Carlo Simulations and Advanced Rate Stats
Back at it again this year. For people new to this, here's some quick links for the yearly recaps: 2020-2021 - 2021-2022
Today's Slate (6/3/23)
Home Away Spread Total Prediction % home covering % over
DEN MIA -8.5 216 11810 - 10010 80 59
\) Includes projections for players listed as questionable
† Unofficial projection due to lack of data
# Indicates # of games worth of data available for this team's lineup
Game bets
If you feel like tipping: Tip Jar
BTC: bc1q339p9sxvk6srp0087c9zaccyc7w9dxu94v7x3k
Link to FAQ
Previous Slate (6/1/23)
Home Away Spread Total Prediction % home covering % over Final
DEN MIA -9 219 12010 - 10310 77 ✅ 64 ❌ 104-93
# Indicates # of games worth of data available for this team's lineup
Game bets
Betting Record
Previous: 2-0 (+4.37U)
Season: 456-455 (-74.97U)
Daily Model Record
ATS: 1-0
O/U: 0-1
Total Model Record
ATS: 180-170 (51%)
O/U: 199-157 (56%)
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2023.06.04 06:29 sideline_guy12 2023 NBA Finals: Best Starting Lineups Per Team

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2023.06.04 02:11 No_Explanation_8285 CA classic who’s going?tickets up for sale now!

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2023.06.03 22:15 Purtle [PIL] #960 6/3/2023

Purtle's Internet Lineup for June 3rd, 2023 4:16pm
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2023.06.03 20:40 throwstuff165 The Case(on) for Wallace: Some musings on the potential fit of one of our theoretical PG options in the Draft.

Apologies for the pun in the title, but the fruit was hanging too low to pass up. And apologies as well to the folks here that think the word “trade” is an affront to their Spurs fandom, but until the draft gets here in a few more weeks, there’s going to continue to be discussion around making a move for another first-round pick, presumably to address the long-term-PG-shaped hole in the roster right now.
Based on a few polls that have popped up on this sub lately, it seems like most people here (including u/paxusromanus811, whose opinions as a draft evaluator and Spurs fan are some that I greatly respect) like Anthony Black the best of our presumed options, but everyone seems to recognize that it might be hard to find a trade partner in his projected range. Amen Thompson is a fun pipe dream, but I’m incredibly wary of the fact that he and his twin were overagers in the mess that is OTE, and I don’t know if I’m a believer in his shot ever being fixed, either. Then you’ve got Kobe Bufkin, who’s been a bit of a late riser as a jack-of-all-trades sophomore but isn’t quite as polished as a defender or playmaker.
I like all three of those guys quite a bit, and if the Spurs end up with any of them on the 22nd I’ll be very pleased. But I wanted to take a little time to focus on Cason Wallace, because I think if you told me we had our pick between any of the guard prospects in the first round outside of Scoot, I’d want him. That’s not to say I’d bet on him being the “best” player of the four in 10 years (though I don’t think that’s impossible), but I think he fits in the best with what the San Antonio identity is going to be now and in the future. I think the advantages that the other guys have over him are of less consequence to the Spurs than vice versa.
The Spurs have a lot of player development to focus on this year. Wemby is going to command a lot of usage for obvious reasons. Sochan’s second season is going to be big as far as his potential progression as a shooter and playmaker while also likely getting some run as an actual point forward / lead ball handler. Branham probably isn’t suited to be a PG, and running him in that position too much carries a risk of hampering his growth as the smooth scoring SG he’s meant to be.
Enter Cason Wallace, who could bring some really valuable versatility. He spent the first half of the season with Kentucky as a movement C&S guy, then took over as the starting PG in a very ball-dominant role after Sahvir Wheeler went down. He had success in both roles, and combined with his overall high level of understanding of the game, he’d be the perfect complement for the roster now and in the future - he can be a high-level kickout option and floor spacer for possessions where we want Victor or Jeremy or Vassell to mostly run the show, but he can also competently run the offense as the lead at any given time as well.
Wallace shot 34.6% from 3-point range this season, which is good but not amazing. That number needs a little context, though. In the fifteen games before January 10, he shot 41.9% from 3 on 4.9 attempts/game. I’m using that as the boundary point because he started to suffer back spasms on that date and pretty much just played through them for the rest of the season, where he shot 24.5% on 3.3 attempts/game. Back injuries are, generally speaking, the toughest injuries to shoot through - those muscles are involved in so much of your body movement that it’s basically impossible to maintain the same mechanics, and Wallace’s form is visibly more rigid and square in the second half of the season. His natural form is very smooth and free-flowing, but there were some games post-spasms that he was barely even getting off the ground. That Jan 10 date is also, interestingly, when he took over lead guard responsibilities, so as you can see from his 3PA/game, his catch-and-shoot opportunities went way down. Still, his 3P% ended within 1% of Bufkin’s for the full season on higher volume, so I’m comfortable calling him the most projectable spot-up shooter of the popular Spurs options.
Really, the bottom line here is that we already have Sochan, who may never be much of a shooter, and Wemby, whose shot I think will develop but isn’t guaranteed to turn into something that other teams have to gameplan for in a significant way. Without Chip Engelland still in the fold, I’d be a little concerned about adding another guy to our long-term core that needs a lot of work in that area.
Other notes:
Kentucky’s adjusted offensive rating with Wheeler as the starting point guard was 109.3. After Wallace took over, that number jumped to 115.7 - top 20 in the country over that period - in what was easily the tougher half of their schedule. Much has been made about concerns over whether Wallace can truly be a lead guard, but the kid can run an offense. He put up more AST/game than Black and Bufkin on a significantly better AST/TOV ratio (over 2 to 1). Here’s the stat I don’t think is getting nearly enough attention, though: of the 86 two-pointers Wallace made this year, only 9 were assisted (9.5%). By comparison, 28.9% of Black’s and 25.4% of Bufkin’s were assisted. Marks under 10% for that stat are generally very, very good indicators that we’re looking at a skilled primary creator. It’s also probably worth noting that Black’s numbers at the rim were considerably worse than Wallace’s despite his size and the fact that he had twice as many dunks.
Other notes:
This is Wallace’s calling card as far as being the skill that gives him such a high floor as a pick, and yet I still think it’s being a little underrated comparatively. Black has 3 inches of height and 15lbs on him, and is seen as a guy who’ll be able to comfortably defend 1-3 and maybe even 4s at the next level. But Wallace actually has the longer wingspan of the two (6’85” vs 6’75”) and I think he’s the more polished defender as far as fundamentals and disruptiveness. He’s deceptively strong, too. I think he’s equally capable of guarding up to 3s as well and even some small ball 4s in the vein of Andrew Wiggins or our very own Keldon Johnson - those sorts of lineups are still steadily gaining popularity. The fact that Black averaged effectively the same amount of blocks as Wallace and Bufkin despite his advantages in height and bounce is either a slightly worrying sign for Black or a big credit to the other two. Either way, the guy we’re theoretically drafting here gets to play alongside Sochan and Wemby, so even if Black does have a slight switchability advantage, I’m not convinced it’ll be all that impactful in the long run. Give me that small extra bit of refinement any day.
Wallace has some detractors for being a bit of a “safe” guard that doesn’t get too creative with his passing and playmaking, or at least he hasn’t yet. And look, some of the things Anthony Black pulls off make my jaw drop the same as everyone else’s does. But we’re Spurs fans - we saw the Beautiful Game in real time. For the most part, that wasn’t a system that relied on crazy passes but on the right passes, and on guys making smart movements to be in the right place at the right time. Even as one of the worst teams in the league last year, the Spurs were still top 3 in the NBA in assists/game and bottom 5 in TOs/game - this isn’t a system that is in desperate need of a guard to shake things up.
Wallace excels at those things, and he just comes off as a Spurs-y player in a lot of other ways too. He hustles like a madman - you couldn’t watch a Kentucky game without seeing him dive on the floor for a loose ball and running like hell to get back in transition - and is more than willing to play whatever role he has to to help his team win. And while he certainly gets fired up after some big plays, he’s a guy that mostly just goes about his business on the court. I can’t remember a time where I saw him do anything that could possibly be construed as taunting.
The Kentucky Guard Effect is something that can’t be ignored at this point, either. He isn’t the same style of player as a Tyrese Maxey or SGA, but when you go back and look at the scouting reports for those guys compared to Wallace’s, you see a lot of similarities - questions over whether they can really be a lead guard or if they have talents outside of the singular role they played as Wildcats. I’m not saying Wallace can be the next SGA, but I think a Maxey-like breakout is well within the realm of possibility. He accelerates well on drives, and even though he struggled to create significant separation at times, he’s such a good finisher that all he needs is a half step - he hardly ever got blocked. Kentucky’s spacing was supremely terrible last year, too, so Wallace should really benefit from the extra room on an NBA court. I actually think his passing creativity has also become a little underrated at this point simply by virtue of being compared to Black - he showed off some impressive reads on lobs in particular, and if he’s going to spend his career throwing alley-oops to Wembanyama he doesn’t need to get especially fancy anyway.
All in all, what you have in Wallace is someone who’s going to bottom out as a high-level role player and who could very, very easily have more to his game than that. We got to see him play two different roles as a Wildcat, which should give him plenty of priceless versatility immediately when coming into a rebuilding team with a lot of high-ceiling players to develop. But Calipari’s system never allowed him to play both roles at once, and if the Spurs are truly going to commit to this positionless basketball ideology (which they’ll have the personnel to do), that flexibility could fit in perfectly. I’m not saying Anthony Black can’t eventually develop a shot, and he’s such a smart cutter and strong finisher off the pass that he has some value off-ball already too. I just think Cason offers more to this team in that potential role right now as far as what it could mean for continued player development, and that there’s more than enough upside still there that we wouldn’t be limiting ourselves.
So, yeah, there's some draft crush propaganda for y'all today.
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2023.06.03 19:52 916Ch CA classic who’s going?tickets up for sale now!

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2023.06.03 18:49 BridgeFourFitDFS UFC Fight Night: Kara-France vs Albazi Draftkings Lineups (3pm PST roster lock)

Hello all:
I created an algorithm to optimize lineups for Draftkings based on Vegas odds instead of expert projections. I release, for free, two lineups: one for GPP tournaments and one for cash games. The early lineups are up now on Discord, and I'll post an update 30 minutes or so before roster lock if there is late line movement. Cash lineup has hit 14 of the last 19 events! Last week, both lineups smashed! GPP: 615.90. Cash: 597.01.
We're also running a Beat the Algo contest in Discord where you can submit your picks and see how you match up with the Algo picks. We're in Season One, and the winner will get some sweet MMA memorabilia. It's all for fun, come hang with us!
Good luck everyone!
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2023.06.03 16:22 FrontpageWatch2020 [#887+47393] I know they do it to optimize viewership, but man these three day breaks in between Finals games really kills the hype [r/nba]

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2023.06.03 12:29 The_grass_ceiling If you don't have a fold 4, now is not the time to buy one

There's no denying Samsung is the current king of foldable. The fold lineup has been successful for Samsung but as the years went by Samsung got lazier with new iterations a-la-Apple style and failed to fix longstanding issues with the phone we've all come to know:
The annoying crease
The cramped thin outer display
The fact the phone looks hideous bulky and unwieldy with the gap when folded
Chinese brands have responded with their own foldables which were better in terms of hardware in almost every way: better design, bigger flatter screens, barely noticeable crease, wide outer display.. The only reason not to buy these phones over Samsung's is the Fold's software optimizations for multitasking and the fact the fold is waterproof.
Now, with the upcoming release of the Pixel Fold, Samsung is about to lose its edge for good with Googles fold expected to have every bit of software optimization as the Samsung.
Samsung knows this and has known about the pixel fold for a year. This is why if I were a betting man I'd bet everything on the Fold 5.
despite silly rumors perpetrated on this sub, there's absolutely no chance the Fold 5 will be an iterative upgrade in terms of hardware. Samsung will make the outer screen more comfortable to use, fix the outdated folding mechanism allowing the phone to finally fold flat and give us a foldable worthy of 2023-2024.
The fold 5 is due to be announced next month. So if you're in the market for a new foldable I suggest waiting until the reveal before pulling that trigger
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