ABC NewsBY: HOPE OSEMWENKHAE, ABC NEWS(NEW YORK) — As much of the East Coast braces for another day of cold wind chills, warmer temperatures are expected Easter Sunday.The winter-like feel Friday saw record low temperatures from West Virginia to New York City.In Bluefield, West Virginia, the wind chill reached 19 degrees, while in New York City, the wind chill reached 29 degrees on Friday.Temperatures will be 10-25 degrees below normal again Saturday morning with multiple freeze watches and warnings in effect through Saturday morning from Tampa, Florida, to New York City.Up to 17 states are under freeze or frost alerts on Saturday.More seasonable spring-like warmth returns for Easter Sunday, with temperatures in the 60s to 70s across the East Coast.This mild trend continues into next week with a nice stretch of dry and mild conditions across the East Coast.In the Southwest, record-breaking warm temperatures from San Diego to South Dakota are expected this weekend.With temperatures soaring to the upper 90s to lower 80s and enough dry air in place, there is still an elevated risk of fire weather Saturday across the Dakotas, where wind gusts could reach 35 mph and low humidity will be as low as 10%.Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
WRBI Area Girls High School Basketball ScoresTuesday (11-11)East Central 57 Madison 45Brown County 52 South Decatur 28Switzerland County 49 Southwestern Hanover 25Henryville TourneyShawe Memorial 69 Rock Creek Academy 25
The University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team (2-1) is set for an in-state rivalry matchup against the Marquette Golden Eagles (2-0) Sunday in the Kohl Center.And while there are a lot of familiar faces from last year’s overtime thriller, there’s plenty missing as well.Ethan Happ and Matt Heldt have graduated, the Hauser brothers have gone their separate ways and both teams have guys all over the roster stepping up.Men’s Basketball: Badgers roll over McNeese State sans Kobe KingThe University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team (2-1) took on the McNeese State Cowboys (1-3) Wednesday night at the Kohl Read…For Wisconsin, that guy seems to be Nate Reuvers. Despite a relatively quiet ten-point night Wednesday against McNeese State, Reuvers has looked like every bit of what Badger fans hoped for coming into a fresh season.In the opener against St. Mary’s, he dropped 22 points, six rebounds and four blocks. He then went on to one-up himself in the following game, recording a near triple double with a 14 point, 14 rebound and nine block statline — breaking Wisconsin’s single-game block record.But he’s not Happ — at least not yet — and Wisconsin can’t rely on Reuvers to post monster box sheets every game. That means a big performance from guys like Brad Davison, Aleem Ford, Kobe King and D’Mitrik Trice needs to happen at least once in awhile if this team wants to see the tourney.Men’s Basketball: Badgers find new identity as season beginsThe absence of Ethan Happ is conjuring up many questions about the future of the University of Wisconsin men’s basketball Read…Davison and Ford showed some of that in the team’s last outing against McNeese State. Davison finished seven of eight from the field and hit three deep balls en route to a 24 point and four steal performance.Ford finished with a career high 16 points as he shot 50% from deep. He also had five makes inside the arc, which is important because it demonstrates aggressiveness. Ford has often settled for lower-risk jumpers in the past.After posting a career high 18 points in last Friday’s Eastern Illinois game, King sat out Wednesday’s game with a lower left leg injury. His status is uncertain for the in-state rivalry.If he plays, great. If he stays out, the Badgers will likely again go to a combination of Brevin Pritzl and walk-on Walt McGrory in his place. Pritzl hit two threes and scored 13 while McGrory provided a rather unexpected nine off the bench against McNeese State.On the Marquette side, the team still runs mainly through star point guard Markus Howard, but Utah State transfer Koby McEwen has shown he can score the ball too.In the Golden Eagles’ 65–55 victory against Purdue on Wednesday night, McEwen finished with a team-high 23 points.Men’s Basketball: Reuvers, Davison not enough to secure victory in heartbreaking season openerIn their first game of the season, the University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team lost in heartbreaking fashion in overtime Read…They trailed by 18 at one point, but a 40–17 scoring advantage in the second half showed why this Marquette team is so dangerous. The most lethal player on the team and one of the biggest names in college basketball, Markus Howard, finished with 18 points.In Marquette’s opener against Loyola-Maryland, Howard shot 70% from three and wound up with 38 points, something people have come to expect from him at this point.But just like Wisconsin losing Happ, Marquette didn’t get everyone back either, and they too got hit hardest in the front court. Sam and Joey Hauser each transferred out of the program to Michigan State and Virginia. At the same time, Heldt graduated, leaving a gaping hole in the paint.Brendan Bailey, Theo John and Ed Morrow have been halfway decent, but simply don’t have the size to compete with the best of the best down low.Look for Wisconsin to try to push the ball inside to Reuvers and wait for Marquette’s defense to collapse in. From there it’s about finding who has the hot hand beyond the arc and feeding them.You can catch the game live on Fox Sports Wisconsin or, as always, listen in to with The Badger Radio network at noon this Sunday.
Publishing a corporate update, Stockholm-listed industry games developer NetEnt has detailed that its Q4 2017 results (period ending 31 December) will ‘lag behind market forecasts’.Updating stakeholders, NetEnt governance expects to deliver Q4 2017 corporate revenues of SEK 419 million (Q4 target: SEK 447 million), combined with a period EBIT of circa SEK 150 million (Q4 target: SEK 170 million).The games developer details that its revenue growth was impacted by changing regulatory requirements within the markets of Australia, Poland and the Czech Republic, which saw the company ‘phase-out’ delivery of its games portfolio to market clients.Furthermore, NetEnt governance detailed that underlying growth in certain markets had been lower than expected during the trading period.The firm’s revised Q4 2017 expectations, follows a bull run of trading results for NetEnt, which has delivered consistent quarterly growth throughout its history as a Stockholm-listed enterprise, focusing growth on regulated markets and expanding its commercial pipeline.NetEnt governance will announce its full Q4 2017 earnings results on Thursday 15 February, followed by the publication of its 2017 full-year results on Friday 2 April 2018. Related Articles Submit Tabcorp double burdened by covid and group impairment charges August 19, 2020 SAZKA faces scrutiny following appointment of Flint Global as National Lottery advisor August 20, 2020 Share Share Flutter moves to refine merger benefits against 2020 trading realities August 27, 2020 StumbleUpon