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Last month when the 2020 NBA Free Agency period opened up, Austin Rivers was searching for his next opportunity. Although he had an option to stay on board with the Houston Rockets, the veteran guard wanted to seek other opportunities to see if there was anything else better out there for him.

The Philadelphia 76ers had an interest in Rivers, but their new head coach might’ve prevented a possible family reunion from happening. “When I took the job, I said, ‘You don’t want that,'” Doc Rivers told the Sixers, according to Marc Berman of The New York Post. “‘You got too many other things we have to deal with.’”

Doc and Cheap Austin Rivers Jersey worked together a few years ago with the Los Angeles Clippers’ organization. Based on this offseasons’ events, it seems they might not have had the greatest work relationship as they intentionally failed to form a reunion in Philly.

So, as the Sixers moved on from their interest in Rivers, the veteran guard shifted his focus towards the New York Knicks, whom he signed a one-year deal with during free agency. Unfortunately, Rivers’ stint with the Knicks has been off to a shaky start.

As the guard deals with a groin injury, there was hope he could return for the Knicks’ second game of the regular season against the Sixers on Saturday night. However, that’s not going to happen. According to the Knicks’ injury report on Friday night, Rivers is already ruled out of Saturday’s game with a groin injury.

“It’s a work in progress,” said Knicks head coach Tom Thibodeau, per Zach Braziller of The New York Post. “He did a little bit today, which is encouraging. You have to be careful with that type of injury. When he’s ready to go, he’ll be ready to go,”

Uplifting Results Labs Inc., the Playa Vista-based nutrition startup behind the Muniq health brand, raised $8.2 million in Series A funding, the company announced Jan. 12.

The funding round was led by Westwood-based Alpha Edison and Santa Monica-based Acre Venture Partners. Other investors included former Los Angeles Clippers point guard Cheap Baron Davis Jersey and Cathy Richards, founder of Canada-based SimplyProtein. The Production Board, a San Francisco-based investment company, led the company’s seed round.

Uplifting was founded in 2019 by Marc Washington. The company launched Muniq, which creates prebiotic nutritional shakes that help with blood sugar control and gut health, in May. “I know there’s a market opportunity and a need for nutrition and natural products that were truly based in science and could truly help people get in control of their health,” Washington said.

Inspired by his late sister’s struggle with chronic health conditions, Washington created Muniq with the goal of addressing health through nutrition. Washington said he believes Muniq could help support minority communities, which are disproportionately impacted by chronic health conditions such as diabetes, obesity and hypertension.

“I think we have the potential to be a part of the solution to close some of those health disparity gaps,” he said.

Washington is a veteran of the health and wellness industry. He served as chief financial officer at Sawtelle-based Wonderful Co. and before that was director of strategy for Wonderful’s Fiji Water brand. He was also president and chief operating officer for Santa Monica-based fitness company BeachBody.

Uplifting plans to use the funding to bolster hiring, increase brand awareness and continue clinical research to create products that tackle additional common health issues, according to Washington. “There are other conditions out there that share similar characteristics that so many people are dealing with, and frankly even a lot of our current customers are dealing with,” Washington said. “We’d love to have something that can help with some of the other issues that they’re dealing with in their lives.”

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Los Angeles Clippers players wear shirts to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. before an NBA basketball game against the Indiana Pacers, Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)

Indiana Pacers players wear shirts to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. before an NBA basketball game against the Los Angeles Clippers, Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)

Los Angeles Clippers forward Kawhi Leonard, center, is introduced with other players, who are all wearing shirts to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., before an NBA basketball game against the Indiana Pacers Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)

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Indiana Pacers guard Aaron Holiday (3) defends against Los Angeles Clippers guard Reggie Jackson, right, during the second quarter of an NBA basketball game, Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)

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LOS ANGELES — Maybe it was the evening start time? Improving inner fortitude? For certain: This time, there were no lazy Sunday vibes from the Clippers.

Might’ve been that this Sunday, they were jolted out of their seats early, brought to attention by a soaring right-armed Paul George dunk fewer than four minutes into the game.

Likely, all of the above.

The result: The Clippers maintained the upper hand Sunday at Staples Center, running their winning streak to four consecutive with a 129-96 victory against a game but depleted Indiana Pacers team that wore down in the second half.

Indiana (8-5) had its hands full with the Clippers’ energized stars Kawhi Leonard (17 points, seven rebounds, five assists), George (20 points, seven rebounds), not to mention Cheap Marcus Morris Jersey and Luke Kennard, who did heavy lifting off the bench, notching 20 points apiece, the most in their respective Clippers tenures.

The Clippers — who’d come out flat in their previous two Sunday home games, waking up to win against Chicago and falling historically flat against Dallas — saw an early 18-point lead shrink to only six at halftime. But from there, they charged ahead and stayed there after winning the third quarter, 39-20.

Leonard played all 12 minutes of the third, going 5 for 8 for 11 tide-tilting points in the frame — including back-to-back dunks and a buzzer beating tipped layup.

The Clippers (10-4) came up with a similarly dominant third period Friday in their 38-point victory at Sacramento, where they outscored the Kings 37-16 in the quarter to put that game out of reach.

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And, despite a second-quarter blip when they shot 3 for 18 from deep, the Clippers stayed on-target from long range: They finished 19 for 39 (48.7 percent) from behind the 3-point arc — the fourth consecutive game they’ve hit at least 15 3-pointers, tying a franchise record.

They held Indiana to 11 for 38 from behind the arc, and just 37 for 89 (41.6 percent) from the field, out-rebounded them 52-33 and outscoring them, 56-48 in the paint — the first time since a loss to San Antonio on Jan. 5 that Tyronn Lue’s team outscored an opponent inside.

To get the ball rolling Sunday, the Clippers (10-4) bolted to a 36-point first quarter.

Clippers guard Cheap Lou Williams Jersey missed his second consecutive game with a sore hip and center Cheap Serge Ibaka Jersey was a late scratch, missing Sunday’s start with an illness that wasn’t related to the coronavirus, the Clippers said. Assistant coach Kenny Atkinson also was absent, away for personal reasons also unrelated to the coronavirus.

The Pacers were without the recently acquired Caris LeVert (out indefinitely after an MRI revealed a small mass on his left kidney, the team announced Saturday) as well as, JaKarr Sampson (back) and NBA blocks leader Myles Turner (hand) — plus Jeremy Lamb (ACL) and T.J. Warren (foot), who are undergoing longer-term rehab.

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Clippers Career: Al Thornton was the 1st round draft pick of the Clippers all the way back in 2007. Taken at 14, Al was fed a lot of minutes right off the bat, averaging 27.3 minutes a game in his rookie season—and showed a lot of promise. Scoring 12.7 points per game and pulling down 4.5 boards as well, Al made the All-Rookie 1st team and was considered a true cornerstone for the Clippers. The tweener forward improved on his basic stats in his sophomore season, increasing his scoring to an impressive 16.8 points per game. However, a look at his per-36 statistics shows a decline across the board, and his already mediocre shooting fell off a cliff. Still regarded as somewhat of a future piece going forward, the luster was clearly wearing away, and Thornton needed a big year three to really show his value. Sadly, his progress continued to stagnate (he shot more efficiently, but on lower usage, and peripheral stats remained poor), and the Clippers traded him in a three team deal which acquired Drew Gooden. On February 17, 2010, Cheap Al Thornton Jersey departed for the Wizards; many Clippers fans were upset at the move.

Post-Clippers NBA Career: Al played out the rest of the 2009-2010 season on the Wizards, putting up almost identical stats for them as he had for the Clippers. He remained on the Wiz for the start of the 2010-2011 season, but his minutes dropped, and his numbers fell accordingly. After 49 games, Al and Washington came to an agreement on a buyout, and he became a free agent for the first time in his career. He was claimed by the Warriors after just two days, and signed with them on March 3. Al’s minutes plummeted even further on the Warriors, dipping all the way to just 14.3 minutes per game. His rookie contract finished, Al Thornton’s NBA career ended not with a bang but a whimper. He was still just 27 years old.

2011-2012: Al didn’t sign another basketball contract until February 19 of 2012. Perhaps he was still waiting on a call from an NBA team that never came, or maybe he was just taking time away from the game. Regardless, he joined the Guayama Warriors of the Puerto Rican Basketball League—a very long way from the NBA. He averaged 18.7 points per game for them, one of the league’s leaders…. but Al’s problem was never scoring.

2012-2013: Al moved on from Puerto Rico to that infamous home of many an ex-NBA volume scorer: China. He signed with the Zhejiang Lions on September 29, 2012, and as most ex-NBA players do, put up ridiculous stats. Al scored 27.4 points per game on 46% shooting from the field and 42.9% from 3— impressive considering how poor his outside shooting had been in the NBA. He even pulled down 9.5 rebounds per game, albeit against much smaller and less athletic competition than in the NBA. Unfortunately, Al sustained an injury mid-season, and was waived for similar-playing gunner Gary Forbes.

2013-2014: After rehabbing from his injury for around a year, Al re-signed with the Guayama Wizards in Puerto Rico. He improved on his stats from his previous stint, scoring 21.7 points and pulling down 7.5 rebounds per game in just 31 minutes. Al still hadn’t developed his playmaking skills much, however, averaging just 1.9 assists per game—awful for such a ball dominant player. Sometime towards the end of the season, Al suffered yet another injury, this time in his knee.

2014-2016: Al joined the NLEX Road Warriors of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) on January 2, 2015, and then re-upped with them for the 2016 season. In this most recent season, he averaged a staggering 36.1 points and 12.5 rebounds per game on 55% shooting from the floor and 42% from three. Among his many great performances was a 69 point outburst, the likes of which the Philippines had probably never seen before. Just several weeks ago, he led the Philippines to a gold medal in the 38th William Jones cup– an international FIBA-Asia tournament—by throwing up double-double after double-double.

The Future: To my knowledge Al has not yet signed with a team for the 2016-2017 season. His performances in the PBA and the William Jones Cup surely demonstrate that he has good basketball ahead of him, and he should be able to find a home somewhere. Al is 32, and his chances of ever returning to the NBA are very small, but anything is possible. Just a couple years ago he was still getting interest from NBA teams in regards to at least a training camp invite, but preferred guaranteed money and a bigger role overseas. Outside of age, the roadblocks to an NBA comeback are primarily the same they always were– below average passing and defense. Look for him to sign somewhere in Asia or possibly Europe in the coming months. Good luck to Al, a truly terrific scorer (and apparently teammate) who never quite found a way to add much else to his game.