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risk tornadoes #area Florida (February 16)

Enhanced risk tornadoes #area Florida (February 16).

 

TORNADO REPORT:  >South Dakota, June 19, 2015 http M://www.ksfy.com/home/headlines/Tornado-strikes-Delmont-303220421.html

 

                                                    >arround Nashville, July 2, 2015

                                                    >Buck Stop , July 4, 2015

                                                    >Area Minnesota, July 12, 2015

                                                    >Hutchinson, Kansas, July 13, 2015

                                                    >Alpena, South Dakota, July 23, 2015

                                                    >Genoa, Colorado, August 17, 2015

                                                    >near Chenoa, Illinois, August 18, 2015

                                                    >Marion County, Kansas, September 7, 2015

                                                    >Kansas/Missouri, September 18, 2015

                                                    >O'Brien, Iowa, October 23, 2015

                                                   >Caldwell, Texas, October 30, 2015

                                                   >Corning, Iowa, November 11, 2015

                                                   > near Miami, Texas, November 16, 2015

                                                   > near Pampa, Texas, November 16, 2015

                                                   > near Elmwood, Oklahoma, November 16, 2015

                                                   > near Kismet, Kansas, November 16, 2015

                                                   > near Grainfield, Kansas, November 16, 2015

                                                   > near Mississippi, December 23, 2015

                                                   > near Sciota, Illinois, December 23, 2015

                                                   > North Texas, December 26, 2015

                                                   > Fort Meyers, Florida, January 15, 2016

                                                   > Sarasota, Florida, January 17, 2016

                                                  > Lauderdale County, Mississippi, February 2, 2016

                                                  > near Pickens, Alabama, February 2, 2016

                                                  > Fort Stewart, Georgia, February 3, 2016

                                                  > Escambia County, Alabama, February 15, 2016

Work hard, play hard, Larry Nance jr, Clarkson and Hibbert was present vs Phoenix!

Kobe Bryant passes the 33,000 career points ..

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1 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 38,387
2 Karl Malone 36,928
3 KOBE BRYANT 33,036
4 Michael Jordan 32,292
5 Wilt Chamberlain 31,419
6 DIRK NOWITZKI 28,774
7 Shaquille O'Neal 28,596
8 Moses Malone 27,409
9 Elvin Hayes 27,313
10 Hakeem Olajuwon 26,946
11 Oscar Robertson 26,710
12 Dominique Wilkins 26,668
13 John Havlicek 26,395
14 TIM DUNCAN 26,287
15 PAUL PIERCE 26,083
16 KEVIN GARNETT 26,064
17 LeBRON JAMES 25,817
18 Alex English 25,613
19 Reggie Miller 25,279
20 Jerry West 25,192
21 Patrick Ewing 24,815
22 RAY ALLEN 24,505
23 Allen Iverson 24,368
24 Charles Barkley 23,757
25 VINCE CARTER 23,660
 
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January 1: Orlando 91-103 Washington, Dallas 82-106 Miami, Charlotte 94-104 Toronto, New York Knicks 81-108 Chicago Bulls, Philadelphia 84-93 Los Angeles Lakers

January 2: Brooklyn Nets 100-97 Boston (Lopez 30pts BRO), Phoenix 119-142 Sacramento (Cousins 32pts SAC), Oklahoma City 109-90 Charlotte (K.Durant 29pts OKC, Walker 32pts CHA), Detroit 82-94 Indiana (George 32pts IND), Orlando 79-104 Cleveland (L.James 29pts CLE), Milauwkee 95-85 Minnesota, New Orleans 105-98 Dallas (Davis 31pts N-O), Houston 103-121 San Antonio Spurs, Memphis 87-92 Utah (Hood 32pts UTA), Denver 108-111 Golden State (D.Green 29pts GOL), Philadelphia 99-130 Los Angeles Clippers

January 3: Atlanta 97-111 New York Knicks (Afflalo 38pts N-Y), Chicago Bulls 115-113 Toronto (Butler 42pts!!! CHI), Miami 97-75 Washington, Portland 112-106 Denver (Gallinari 29pts DEN), Phoenix 77-97 Los Angeles Lakers (L.Williams 30pts LAL)

January 4: Toronto 100-122 Cleveland, Minnesota 99-109 Philadelphia, Boston 103-94 Brooklyn Nets, Orlando 89-115 Detroit, Indiana 100-103 Miami (George 32pts IND, Bosh 31pts, Wade 27pts MIA), San Antonio Spurs 123-98 Milauwkee, Sacramento 116-104 Oklahoma City (Cousins 33pts SAC), Houston 93-91 Utah (Harden 30pts HOU), Memphis 91-78 Portland, Charlotte 101-111 Golden State (Curry 30pts, Thompson 30pts GOL)

January 5: New York Knicks 107-101 Atlanta, Milauwkee 106-117 Chicago Bulls (Butler 32pts CHI), Sacramento 116-117 Dallas (Cousins 35pts!, R.Gay 31pts SAC), Golden State 109-88 Los Angeles Lakers (Thompson 36pts! GOL)

January 6: New York Knicks 98-90 Miami (Bosh 28pts MIA), Indiana 95-86 Orlando, Cleveland 121-115 Washington (L.James 34pts, Irving 32pts CLE), Detroit 99-94 Boston, Toronto 91-74 Brooklyn Nets, Denver 78-74 Minnesota, Dallas 100-91 New Orleans, Utah 98-123 San Antonio Spurs, Charlotte 102-111 Phoenix, Memphis 94-112 Oklahoma City, Los Angeles Clippers 109-98 Portland

January 7: Atlanta 126-98 Philadelphia, Boston 92-101 Chicago Bulls, Utah 94-103 Houston (Harden 33pts),  Los Angeles Lakers 115-118 Sacramento (K.Bryant 28pts, Russell 27pts LAL, Cousins 29pts SAC)

January 8: Toronto 97-88 Washington (DeRozan 35pts! TOR), Orlando 83-77 Brooklyn Nets, Denver 84-91 Memphis (Gallinari 29pts DEN), Cleveland 125-99 Minnesota (J.Smith 27pts CLE, Wiggins 35pts! MIN), Indiana 91-86 New Orleans (Evans 27pts N-O), Dallas 95-96 Milauwkee (Middleton 27pts MIL), New York Knicks 99-100 San Antonio Spurs (Porzingis 28pts N-Y), Miami 103-95 Phoenix (Wade 27pts MIA), Golden State 128-108 Portland (Thompson 36pts! GOL, Lillard 40pts!!! POR), Oklahoma City 117-113 Los Angeles Lakers (Westbrook 36pts! OKC, L.Williams 44pts!!! LAL)

January 9: Charlotte 83-97 Los Angeles Clippers; Chicago Bulls 105-120 Atlanta (Butler 27pts CHI, Horford 33pts ATL), Washington 105-99 Orlando, Brooklyn Nets 89-103 Detroit, Toronto 108-95 Philadelphia (I.Smith 28pts PHI), Miami 83-98 Utah (Hayward 34pts UTA), Golden State 128-116 Sacramento (Curry 38pts!! GOL, Cousins 33pts SAC)

January 10: New Orleans 111-114 Los Angeles Clippers (Holiday 29pts N-O), Dallas 93-87 Minnesota (Nowitzki 29pts DAL), Cleveland 95-85 Philadelphia (L.James 37pts!! CLE), Boston 98-101 Memphis (Thomas 35pts! BOS), Indiana 103-107 Houston, Milauwkee 88-100 New York Knicks (Monroe 28pts MIL), Charlotte 92-95 Denver (Gallinari 27pts DEN), Oklahoma City 110-115 Portland (K.Durant 28pts OKC, Lillard 31pts POR), Utah 86-74 Los Angeles Lakers

January 11: San Antonio Spurs 106-79 Brooklyn Nets, Washington 114-100 Chicago Bulls, Miami 103-111 Golden State (Curry 31pts GOL)

January 12: Phoenox 97-116 Indiana, San Antonio Spurs 109-99 Detroit (T.Parker 31pts SAS), Boston 114-120 New York Knicks (Thomas 34pts BOS), Houston 107-91 Memphis, Chicago Bulls 101-106 Milauwkee (Butler 30pts CHI, Antetokounmpo 29pts MIL), Oklahoma City 101-96 Minnesota (K.Durant 30pts OKC), Cleveland 110-107 Denver (L.James 27pts CLE), New Orleans 91-95 Los Angeles Lakers

January 13: Atlanta 84-107 Charlotte, Milauwkee 101-106 Washington, New York Knicks 104-110 Brooklyn Nets (D.Williams 31pts N-Y), Indiana 94-103 Boston (Thomas 28pts BOS), Minnesota 104-107 Houston (Wiggins 28pts MIN, Harden 27pts HOU), Dallas 89-108 Oklahoma City (K.Durant 29pts OKC), Golden State 110-112 Denver (Curry 38pts!! GOL, Gallinari 28pts DEN), Utah 85-99 Portland, New Orleans 109-97 Sacramento (Cousins 32pts SAC), Miami 90-104 Los Angeles Clippers

January 14: Toronto 106-103 Orlando (Oladipo 27pts ORL), Chicago Bulls 115-111 Philadelphia (Butler 53pts!!! CHI), Detroit 101-103 Memphis, Cleveland 95-99 San Antonio Spurs, Sacramento 103-101 Utah (Cousins 36pts! SAC), Los Angeles Lakers 98-116 Golden State

January 15: Washington 118-104 Indiana (Wall 28pts WAS), Minnesota 93-113 Oklahoma City, Phoenix 103-117 Boston, Portland 116-104 Brooklyn Nets (Lillard 33pts POR), Dallas 83-77 Chicago Bulls, Charlotte 107-109 New Orleans (R.Anderson 32pts N-O), Atlanta 101-108 Milauwkee (Antetokounmpo 28pts MIL), Miami 98-95 Denver, Cleveland 91-77 Houston

January 16: Milauwkee 105-92 Charlotte, Brooklyn Nets 86-114 Atlanta, Boston 119-117 Washington (Thomas 32pts BOS, Wall 36pts! WAS), Golden State 95-113 Detroit (Curry 38pts!! GOL), Portland 89-114 Philadelphia, New York Knicks 95-103 Memphis (M.Gasol 37pts!! MEM), Los Angeles Lakers 82-109 Utah, Sacramento 110-103 Los Angeles Clippers

January 17: Phoenix 87-117 Minnesota, Miami 74-99 Oklahoma City, Dallas 83-112 San Antonio Spurs, Indiana 126-129 Denver, Houston 112-95 Los Angeles Lakers (Harden 31pts HOU)

January 25: Minnesota 107-114 Cleveland, Boston 116-91 Washington, Miami 89-84 Chicago Bulls (D.Wade 28pts MIA), Orlando 102-108 Memphis (J.Green 30pts MEM), Houston 112-111 New Orleans (Harden 35pts!, Ariza 31pts HOU, Holiday 32pts N-O), Atlanta 119-105 Denver, Detroit 95-92 Utah (R.Jackson 29pts DET), Charlotte 129-128 Sacramento (Daniels 28pts CHA, Cousins 56pts!!!! SAC), San Antonio Spurs 90-120 Golden State (Curry 37pts!! GOL)

January 26: Los Angeles Clippers 91-89 Indiana (George 31pts IND), Phoenix 103-113 Philadelphia, Miami 102-98 Brooklyn Nets (D.Wade 27pts, Bosh 27pts MIA), Oklahoma City 128-122 New York Knicks (K.Durant 44pts!!!, Westbrook 30pts OKC), Washington 89-106 Toronto (Lowry 29pts TOR), Orlando 100-107 Milauwkee, Sacramento 97-112 Portland, Dallas 92-90 Los Angeles Lakers

January 27: Phoenix 93-115 Cleveland, Denver 103-111 Boston (Bradley 27pts BOS), Philadelphia 97-110 Detroit (R.Jackson 27pts DET), Los Angeles Clippers 85-83 Atlanta, Oklahoma City 126-123 Minnesota (K.Durant 27pts OKC, LaVine 35pts! MIN), Houston 99-130 San Antonio Spurs, Charlotte 73-102 Utah, Dallas 107-127 Golden State (Thompson 45pts!!! GOL)

February 2: Boston 97-89 New York Knicks, Miami 102-115 Houston, Toronto 104-97 Phoenix (M.Morris 30pts, Booker 27pts PHO), Milauwkee 95-107 Portland (McCollum 30pts POR), Minnesota 115-119 Los Angeles Lakers (Wiggins 30pts MIN, K.Bryant 38pts!! LAL)

Deadly storms North Texas (december 26)

14 killed as tornadoes, storms pound Mississippi, Tennessee and Arkansas (December 23, 2015)

PHOTO: A tornado crosses Highway 72 in Walnut, Miss., Dec. 23, 2015.

Lakers’ selection of D’Angelo Russell with No. 2 pick in NBA Draft causes chaos for Sixers, Knicks

Jun 26, 2015, 12:01 AM EDT

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NEW YORK — In the weeks leading up to the NBA Draft, the expectation was that Karl-Anthony Towns would go number one overall to the Timberwolves, and that Jahlil Okafor was too talented for the Lakers to pass up at two.

But even if Okafor does eventually evolve into the once in a generation post player that some project, L.A. is in the business of attempting to win now. And with its eyes on landing someone like LaMarcus Aldridge or Kevin Love in free agency, or a disgruntled talent like DeMarcus Cousins in trade from a dysfunctional organization, that bevy of big man options was enough to send the Lakers looking in another direction.

D’Angelo Russell got the call, a 6’5″ point guard who can shoot the three and has as good a chance as anyone in this class of becoming a real star. And once he did, that threw a fairly large wrench into the plans of the Sixers at three, and the domino effect could have been strong enough to remove some very real options the Knicks may have had at four.

“I didn’t know at all, man,” Russell said, when asked if he had any advance notice that he’d be heading to Los Angeles. “I’m still in shock.”

That might be too strong a word to describe the feeling in the war room of the Philadelphia 76ers, but they had to at least be a little bit surprised. Having Okafor still on the board made the choice for Sam Hinkie and company easy, because taking the best available player, regardless of need, is the team’s currently prevailing philosophy.

But the rebuilding Sixers now have a logjam of talented frontcourt players, all of whom would seem to need a healthy dose of minutes in order to speed their development. Nerlens Noel averaged 30.8 minutes per game last season, and Okafor would like to see in the neighborhood of the same. But there’s Joel Embiid to consider, provided the setback he’s experienced with his foot injury doesn’t force him to miss some or all of a second consecutive season.

“Joel Embiid texted me last night and said, ‘See you in Philly,'” Okafor said. “He kind of jinxed me.”

Okafor has said all along that he wasn’t concerned with whether or not he might fall from one of the top two spots on draft night, and reiterated that stance after his fate became known.

“I wasn’t shocked,” Okafor said of ending up with the Sixers. “I knew I was going to be going to the NBA tonight. I was going to be a top-five pick no matter what happened, so I wasn’t shocked.”

Philadelphia needed to grab a guard here, after dealing a reigning Rookie of the Year in Michael Carter-Williams in part because he simply couldn’t shoot. With a seemingly sure thing in Russell now gone, however, and with Emmanuel Mudiay perhaps feeling like too big of a risk, the Sixers are now forced to try to make it work with three potentially franchise-changing big men, perhaps all at the same time.

“It’s not my job to figure it out,” Okafor said. “I’ll just go there and work as hard as I can.”

Similar words were spoken by Kristaps Porzingis, the international seven-footer with the sweet shooting stroke who was mercilessly booed after being selected by the Knicks.

“I mean, a lot of fans weren’t happy that they drafted me, but I have to do everything that’s in my hands to turn those booing fans into clapping fans,” Porzingis said. “For me it’s an honor to be a part of this organization, and I just can’t wait to let the season start and just get to work.”

Porzingis may vey well have ended up in New York because of L.A.’s unexpected choice. Phil Jackson told reporters that he had offers from other teams, but they were all contingent on how the first three picks played out. Had Okafor been gone as had been projected, the Sixers may very well have gone with Porzingis at three if they believed he was the best player left on the board — a possibility which had been previously reported, and one which could have unlocked all kinds of attractive offers for the Knicks.

The result, instead, is chaos in Philadelphia, and uncertainty in New York — all thanks to D’Angelo Russell landing in Los Angeles with the Lakers.




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About 30 tornadoes recorded in the central USA, At least 20 Injured, 5 Of Those critical, After Oklahoma City RV park directly takes hit from storm (May 6)

Huge Tornado Hit Rochelle, IL Northern Illinois (VIDEO) 9 April 2015 #2 deads, damage widespread

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Note Tornado March 25 (1 dead)

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Mississippi Tornado Kills at Least 4 People in Two Counties

Pictures tweeted from the National Weather Service of storm damage near Amite, Louisiana on Dec. 23, 2014.

A tornado system touched down in portions of Mississippi on Tuesday afternoon, killing at least four people and leaving injuries, damage and power outages, said local authorities.

Two people died in Jones County and two more in Marion County, said state Emergency Management Agency spokesman Brett Carr.

“Two people died inside their mobile home that was completely destroyed,” said Jones County Sheriff Alex Hodge. “This was in the rural part of Jones County. There were other brick and mortar homes that had major damage but we have no other injuries reported.”

The mobile home was not part of a mobile home park but on a property by itself, clarified Hodge.

In the town of Sumrall, west of Hattiesburg, a tornado hit a day care off Highway 42.

“Got it pretty good,” said police spokesman Officer Nick Verner.

Verner said all the children have been accounted for and there were no injuries. They were moved to a nearby bank.

In Columbia, 27 miles southwest of Sumrall, the tornado damage appeared to be centered off Highway 98 near a Walmart, according to Marion County Emergency Management spokeswoman Megan Smith.

Smith confirmed reports of injuries and damaged or destroyed cars and structures. Power outages were reported. No deaths have been reported.

Also in Marion County, a sheriff’s department operator reported people trapped and injured as a result of a tornado touchdown. Authorities couldn’t provide an exact number of people affected.

Carr said multiple roads were closed due to damage including, Highway 13.

In Jones County, the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency reported damaged homes and power outages.

Hodge said there was major damage to a church, trees down and power lines down.

“Right now, the system is pretty much forming a diagonal line across the southeast corner of the state,” said spokesman Greg Flynn. “There is a report that we have another one — a tornado in Jones County near the City of Laurel. It was a dangerous system coming through.”

The same storm system destroyed about 15 homes outside Amite, Louisiana, 47 miles northeast of Baton Rouge, according to Tangipahoa Parish Emergency Management spokeswoman Vicki Travis.

Photos obtained by CNN showed structures completely flattened.

No injuries were reported in Tangipahoa, but 1,750 households did not have power.

Flynn said the agency worked to prepare residents for the storm but the bad weather “could not have come at a worst time of year.”

“People are out scrambling to get their last-minute Christmas shopping done. We have a lot of people moving around and traveling for the holidays. A lot of visitors that may not know where to go and what to do when the bad weather came through,” said Flynn.

The National Weather Service extended its tornado watch to include Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida.

Winter storm

The tornado system compounded a rain-heavy storm that already soaked the area.

“You wouldn’t think of December as a month which you would see severe weather,” said CNN meteorologist Karen Maginnis. “Actually, this is a secondary peak for tornado activity. The first is during the spring months, but we got very warm, moist unstable air that is going to unload quite a bit of heavy rainfall all across the southeast.”

“This is going to be very problematic — not just for travelers, but now that the weather has turned very violent,” said Maginnis.

The National Weather Service warned that 2 to 4 inches of precipitation are expected, with 6 to 8 inches possible, in parts of Alabama, Georgia and north Florida by the time this storm rolls through.

A flash flood warning was issued for parts of Tallahassee on Tuesday evening where over 6 inches of rain had fallen.

The Northeast also experienced its share of weather woes on Tuesday. Travelers in Philadelphia were seeing average delays of almost two hours due to low clouds, the Federal Aviation Administration reported. Things weren’t much better in Boston’s airport and at LaGuardia and Newark Liberty airports in and around New York City.

Lower gas prices, more weather headaches?

A weather system spinning in the middle Mississippi River Valley is expected to move slowly toward the Great Lakes region.

A weather system that formed in the Gulf of Mexico pushed moisture north, creating heavy rain and winds up to 30 mph in the Southeast, CNN meteorologist Michael Guy said. On the Gulf Coast, at least, these storms could be accompanied by large hail and possibly isolated tornadoes.

All this wetness could make for treacherous driving on the I-95 corridor, which runs up the East Coast.

And none of it is good news for the 98.6 million Americans that AAA projects will be going 50 or more miles this holiday season, a 4% increase from last year. They can take advantage of plummeting gas prices — which, averaging $2.25 nationwide, are down 69 cents a gallon from a year ago.

By Christmas Day, things should quiet down on the East Coast, with most of the moisture having moved into and past Canada.

“There may be a few lingering snow showers across the Western Appalachians and interior New England,” he said. “Winds will be strongest Christmas Eve night into Christmas morning for the Northeast as the front and system passes.”

It’s not just the East

The West will have its own travel problems, with precipitation forecast to hit the Northwest on Tuesday moving into the Rockies — in the form of snow — Christmas Day.

The National Weather Service says snow is likely in Denver; Missoula, Montana; and Jackson, Wyoming. Flight delays are possible in Minneapolis; St. Louis; and Omaha, Nebraska.

Even Hawaii isn’t immune, with flash flood watches in effect for all its main islands through Wednesday night due to heavy rains.

 

Kobe Bryant moves past Michael Jordan (scoring NBA), one life, one story.

 
 NBA History - Points Leaders
Points Leaders
RK PLAYER PTS
1 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 38,387
2 Karl Malone 36,928
3 KOBE BRYANT 32,340
4 Michael Jordan 32,292
5 Wilt Chamberlain 31,419
6 Shaquille O'Neal 28,596
7 Moses Malone 27,409
8 Elvin Hayes 27,313
9 Dirk Nowitzki 27,116
10 Hakeem Olajuwon 26,946

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