‘MODERN FAMILY’ STAR ARIEL WINTER SHOWS OFF LEGS & ABS IN DAISY DUKES, A CROP TOP, AND COWBOY BOOTS IN CANADA

Modern Family star Ariel Winter showed off her legs and abs in Daisy Duke shorts with a crop top and cowboy boots on Snapchat on Wednesday while in Canada with her boyfriend. Ariel Winter is definitely not shy when it comes to showing off her ample assets and frequently posts photos in skimpy outfits and revealing bathing suits. On Wednesday, the Modern Family star showed off her country side in a Snapchat clip wearing a pair of short denim shorts and revealing her whole stomach in a tiny, low-cut crop top, the Daily Mail reported. The 19-year-old…

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UTAH JAZZ MAY SIGN THEN TRADE GORDON HAYWARD FOR JAE CROWDER [OPINION]

Will the Utah Jazz decide to be good sports despite losing their best player? The Jazz can do Gordon Hayward a huge favor by conducting a sign-and-trade to the Boston Celtics; otherwise the forward’s soon-to-be-new team might have to do something drastic. Gordon Hayward to the Boston Celtics is not a done deal, due to the fact that the Celtics have to cut salary in order to sign the Jazz star. In order to fit Hayward into their salary structure, the Celtics have to trade someone from last year’s core….

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KNICKS RUMORS: NEW YORK TANKING NEXT SEASON TO LAND NO. 1 PICK IN 2018 NBA DRAFT? [OPINION]

The New York Knicks are entering a new era after three disappointing years under former team president Phil Jackson. The Knicks are now controlled by acting team president Steve Mills, who has a clear vision for New York. However, the latest rumors suggest that one of the potential plans for the Knicks include tanking next season to have a big chance of obtaining the first overall pick in the 2018 NBA Draft. Marc Berman of The New York Post reported that Mills wants to a start a youth movement centered on Kristaps Porzingis and…

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LOS ANGELES LAKERS: 5 BOLD PREDICTIONS FOR LONZO BALL’S ROOKIE SEASON [OPINION]

Lonzo Ball was hyped up throughout the 2017 NBA Draft process, mainly due to his father’s repetitive pushing for the Los Angeles Lakers to draft his son. Even though some reports made it sound like L.A. was considering passing on Ball, they did end up selecting him with the No. 2 overall pick in the draft. Now that Ball is officially the new face of the Lakers, the pressure will begin to mount on the young guard’s shoulders. Kobe Bryant was the face of the franchise for years, and after he retired,…

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The “Niagara Falls Of Mars” Were Made Of Lava Not Water

Hawaii’s Kilauea is the most active volcano in the world. Erupting continuously since 1983, it has created a cornucopia of beautiful alien features, from overflowing lava lakes and waterfalls to anastomosing rivers of lava at the surface and the dragon-like lava tubessnaking through the ground beneath them. Once upon a time, Mars was a lot like Kilauea – a volcanic landscape with a grand mosaic of strange hellish features. Now, thanks to a new series of NASA images, scientists think that they’ve spotted some ancient lava waterfalls draped across the surface of the Red…

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The Surface Of Mars Is Even More Deadly Than We Thought

When we send spacecraft to Mars, we have to heavily sterilize them in order to not accidentally take Earth life with us. After all, we don’t want to contaminate the surface of the Red Planet with our own life, and possibly make a false detection in the future. However, a new study poses an intriguing idea. Published in Scientific Reports, Jennifer Wadsworth and Charles Cockell from the University of Edinburgh say the surface of Mars basically wouldn’t allow any cells to survive. It suggests that contamination by spacecraft may not be…

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Waves On Saturn’s Moon Titan Are Just One Centimeter High

Saturn’s moon Titan is the only place other than Earth with known bodies of liquid on its surface. A new study paints a startling different view of those lakes and seas to our world, with tiny waves rippling across them. Published in the journal Earth and Planetary Science Letters, researchers led by the University of Texas found that waves on Titan would reach a height of only about 1 centimeter (0.4 inches). They would also extend for little more than 20 centimeters (7.9 inches). The discovery was made using radar data from…

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