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NBA G League Heading Back to Twitch

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The NBA G League is back on Twitch, arriving back to the streaming platform on Friday, February 8th.

According to an official press release, the NBA G League, which was the first of the many Twitch streams to bring real-life professional basketball to Twitch, will air games every Friday and Saturday through March 22nd of this year.

Their channel, is also doing something fun with their games via a co-streaming initiative.

According to their release: “Co-streaming is a feature unique to Twitch which allows a streamer to share another channel’s video feed, but with their own commentary and community. The result is a more personalized social experience. If you’re a streamer and want to give co-streaming a try, you can find a commentary-free broadcast to use on your co-stream

More information is available on their channel, but the co-streaming aspect is fun way to get other Twitch channels, including Female Streamers, involved in the game like never before, truly bringing a unique flavor to Twitch streams airing on the platform.

The channel will be working heavily with co-streamers, in an effort to bring more attention, interaction, and to drive more interest to the NBA G League action.

UPCOMING TWITCH SCHEDULE (ALL TIMES ET)

Friday, Feb. 1 — 8:30 PM — Long Island Nets vs. Austin Spurs
Saturday, Feb. 2 — 8:30 PM — South Bay Lakers vs. Texas Legends
Friday, Feb. 8 — 10 PM — Rio Grande Valley Vipers vs. South Bay Lakers
Saturday, Feb. 9 — 8:30 PM — Memphis Hustle vs. Texas Legends
Friday, Feb. 22 — 8 PM — Agua Caliente Clippers vs. Wisconsin Herd
Saturday, Feb. 23 — 8:30 PM — Iowa Wolves vs. Texas Legends
Friday, March 1 — 8 PM — Fort Wayne Mad Ants vs. Wisconsin Herd
Saturday, March 2 — 2 PM — Capital City Go-Go vs. Raptors 905
Friday, March 8 — 8:30 PM — Raptors 905 vs. Austin Spurs
Saturday, March 9 — 7 PM — Windy City Bulls vs. Greensboro Swarm
Friday, March 15 — 8:30 PM — Agua Caliente Clippers vs. Texas Legends
Saturday, March 16 — 7 PM — Erie BayHawks vs. Canton Charge
Friday, March 22— 10 PM — Agua Caliente Clippers vs. Santa Cruz Warriors
Saturday, March 23 — 10 PM — Agua Caliente Clippers vs. Santa Cruz Warriors

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European Tour Suspends Thorbjorn Olesen

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The European Tour has officially suspended Thorbjorn Olesen pending the investigation into his recent arrest on charges of being drunk on an aircraft a and assaulting a female passenger while she slept.

Olesen was arrested at Heathrow Airport on July 29th upon his return from the World Golf Championships event in Tennessee, and he is set to appear in court on August 21st to face charges of sexual assault, being drunk on an aircraft and common assault, according to Metropolitan Police in London.

The European Tour issued a statement saying that Olesen has been suspended pending the outcome of his case, adding that they would not make any further comments on the matter while the legal process moves forward.

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Stampeders’ Bo Levi Mitchell Ruled Out

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Calgary Stampeders quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell has been ruled out for Week 9’s game against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Thursday.

Mitchell was able to return to practice on Tuesday, and was able to make a number of throws at various distances and lengths, but the team ultimately decided that he was not ready for action just yet.

Stampeders head coach Dave Dickenson had left the door open for Mitchell to dress against Winnipeg, but now he is not going to dress for the game either.

Mitchell, for his part, is remaining upbeat about his injured shoulder.

“It felt great” Mitchell said on Tuesday, according to TSN. “I didn’t really want to take the helmet off…overall, I felt pretty good.

“That’s Dave (Dickenson’s) decision. Dave and Huf (GM John Hufnagel) – let those guys decide.”

Mitchell will now set his sights on Week 10, where he could return as the team takes on the Montreal Alouettes at home.

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Sun Trade Kristine Anigwe to Wings for Theresa Plaisance

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The Connecticut Sun had acquired forward/center Theresa Plaisance from the Dallas Wings in exchange for rookie forward/center Kristine Anigwe, according to ESPN.

“Theresa is a talented, versatile offensive player and is considered one of the best stretch post players in the league. She is someone who we have targeted for a few seasons and we are excited to have her with us. Theresa gives us an experienced, young veteran presence who has a tremendous reputation across the league as a fantastic teammate and unifier in the locker room,” Sun coach and general manager Curt Miller said in an official statement.

Plaisance is averaging 6 points and 4.4 rebounds for the Wings this season and is second among centers with 23 made 3-pointers this year.

Anigwe is averaging 2.6 points and 1.8 rebounds in 17 games this season. She was the 9th overall pick by the Sun in the 2019 WNBA draft.

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