Geno Crandall attempted a lob to Brandon Clarke for an easy two in Gonzaga's second-round NCAA tournament game against Baylor. Instead, he got three.
Many on social media were not only shocked by the attacker, but by the bystanders who didn't step in to help the woman.
College basketball's all-time leader in made threes attempted 12 shots from behind the arc and missed all of them, a cruel finish to a great career.
Some of us Earthlings may see dancing, green lights in the sky on Saturday night. The sun blasted out a flare of energized particles into space on March 20, and the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Space Prediction Center forecasts that a strip of the northern U.S. may experience a visible effect of this event: an aurora, or eerie dancing greenish light, created when the sun's particles interact with Earth's atmosphere. Such an atmospheric event is stoked by a disturbance called a geomagnetic storm, where energized solar particles propel changes in Earth's magnetosphere — a sprawling zone of space around Earth where the planet's magnetic field changes and evolves in reaction to the sun. It often takes a few days for powerful flares from the sun, known as Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs), to hit Earth and stoke a space storm. NOAA's aurora forecast for March 23, 2019. Image: NOAA/Storm Prediction Center The Space Prediction Center predicts that a curved strip of land in the U.S. between Washington and Maine is the "most likely" extent of the celestial lights, though areas as far south as Colorado may be treated to the aurora. SEE ALSO: How NASA recorded the eerie Martian wind, without a microphone This furthest extent is forecast to fall between the green and yellow lines seen in the above NOAA graphic, or the tweet below. This means portions of Washington, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. A G2 (Moderate) geomagnetic storm watch is in effect for the 23 March, 2019 UTC-day due to anticipated CME arrival. The CME was associated with a C4 flare on 20 March, 2019 at 1118 UTC (0718 EDT). Continue to monitor our SWPC webpage for additional updates. pic.twitter.com/tjZIGFiLSz — NOAA Space Weather (@NWSSWPC) March 20, 2019 While the Lower 48 may glimpse some green light, the event is expected to be quite vivid over a majority of Alaska, where the epicenter of the aurora will be on impressive display in a ring atop the planet. To see the lights, it's best to view in the darkest night skies possible, away from light pollution, and if possible, before the moon rises. Happy celestial viewing. WATCH: Ever wonder how the universe might end?
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Robert Mueller finished his investigation into Trump's campaign and Russian election interference. Now, the world awaits the Mueller report. Here's what we know.
The man originally bought and paid for a 74-inch flat-screen TV on Amazon, but when the 86-inch arrived, delivered by a third-party shipping company, he chose not to return the larger model.
Walker Zimmerman's own goal was the reason LAFC exited last year's postseason against Real Salt Lake. He shifted the narrative on Saturday.
Saturday brought more NCAA tournament blowouts. But eight wins by favorites, many of them convincing, gives us eight Final Four contenders to assess. How do they stack up against one another?
In order to motivate the Flames late in their NCAA tournament matchup on Friday night, Liberty coach Ritchie McKay offered his team a trip to In-N-Out if they won. It worked.
The Warriors' 26-91 loss to the Dallas Mavericks on Saturday added another puzzling home blowout to their campaign.