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Michael Vick has nearly paid off his $18 million debt

Prison will always define Michael Vick. But in a very tangible way, he’s almost shed one of the heaviest burdens of his days behind bars: an $18 million debt.

Vick’s career out of prison, six seasons, is now as long as his career before it. But as ESPN’s Darren Rovell notes, much of the second half of Vick’s career, which is now in low gear in New York, has been spent paying off a $17.8 million debt to creditors. Vick declared bankruptcy while in prison on federal dogfighting charges in July 2008.

Vick has spent the last five years on a budget in an effort to pay back creditors. Vick had to pay back the Atlanta Falcons $6.5 million in salary, among many others.

Now, granted, Vick is still making a substantial amount of money, an estimated $49 million in salary since his release from prison. Rovell adds sentences like the following, apparently without irony: “As part of the plan to pay off his creditors, Vick stuck to living on an annual $300,000 budget, because more than 50 percent of what he was making went toward taxes and legal fees.” That budget, presumably after taxes, seems like enough to scrape by.

As ESPN notes, Vick opted to go with Chapter 11 rather than Chapter 7 bankruptcy, which meant he paid back all that he owed, not a small percentage. To him, it was an important and necessary step to demonstrate his willingness to atone. The deal with creditors is set to expire at the end of the year, and Vick will likely sell some property to close off the last of his debt.

“I feel blessed because I came out and found myself in a position where I had a lot of people that really believed in me, people who gave me an opportunity,” Vick said. “At the time, it wasn’t about trying to fulfill all the bankruptcy needs, I was trying to fulfill all the needs that I had in my life because I had nothing.”

Vick will never escape the shadow of the events that landed him in prison. But he’s shown through his actions that he won’t remain defined by them. That’s admirable, in its own way.

Source: Yahoo

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San Lorenzo to play Real Madrid for Club World Cup

MARRAKECH, Morocco (AP) — Real Madrid’s opponent in the Club World Cup final will be San Lorenzo after the South American champions ended a surprise tournament run by amateur team Auckland City with a 2-1 victory on Wednesday.

Madrid will be the favorite on Saturday after San Lorenzo needed extra time to get past Auckland’s team of part-timers and amateurs who fit soccer around day jobs.

Given their meager resources, it could have been the ultimate David vs. Goliath story had the Oceania champions advanced to face the world’s richest team.

The only resemblance between Auckland and Madrid are their white shirts. The New Zealand squad that traveled to Morocco includes a truck driver, a cleaner, students, a lawyer, a kitchen salesman and a brewery worker.

A surprise seemed possible when Auckland City’s Angel Berlanga tied the game in the second half after Pablo Barrientos scored in the first half for San Lorenzo. But substitute Mauro Matos netted San Lorenzo’s winner in extra time.

”Being semi-professional doesn’t mean they’re not a good team,” Barrientos said. ”They were at a very high level.”

Auckland coach Ramon Tribulietx said the manner of his team’s loss felt like ”a big, big win.”

”We are the moral winners by a mile tonight,” he said. ”We will remember this for a long time.”

Madrid is hoping to cap its successful year with a Club World Cup victory. It also won the Champions League and Copa del Rey. Star forward Cristiano Ronaldo picked up the Ballon d’Or trophy as world player of the year in 2013.

Auckland will play CONCACAF champions Cruz Azul in the third-place match on Saturday. Auckland defeated Moroccan side Moghreb Tetouan and the champions of Africa, Entente Sportive de Setif from Algeria, to reach the semifinals.

Source: Yahoo

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Get a look at Tiger Woods’ first opened golf course, El Cardonal

Hello, world.

Tiger Woods was on hand Tuesday in Mexico as, for the first time, a course he designed opened for play.

El Cardonal opened at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, the second course at the residential resort, alongside a Davis Love III design, called the Dunes Course, that’s already ranked among the best courses in the world. Woods’ course is a contrast to Love’s links-inspired design along the Mexican coast. The 14-time major winner borrowed from his California roots in designing this course.

Woods’ aim with El Cardonal, named after the ranch that previously occupied the property and not some variation on his alma mater Stanford Cardinal, was to be challenging for superior players but enjoyable for anyone. That means angles play a big role in scoring well, but wide fairways and openings to the green from the fairway make the course playable for any skill level. It’s a reflection of Woods’ attention — what could be called an obsession — with what he calls “lines,” knowing the angles to best attack holes.

While it plays 7,300 yards from the championship tees, El Cardonal has five tee box options to keep any player engaged throughout the round.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods said. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

Dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean and Sierra de la Laguna mountains will certainly keep Diamante residents coming back for more, but, for most, they’ll never touch El Cardonal. They won’t have much luck, either, with Woods’ first design in the U.S. to open. Bluejack National, near Houston, is a total Woods redesign of the course formerly on the property and will be a fully private residential community and golf club.

Nevertheless, El Cardonal represents a big win for Woods’ firm, representing the first time one of his designs went all the way from conception to open.

In 2006, Woods was commissioned (and reportedly paid $50 million) for his first design, Al-Ruwaya in Dubai. However, the global financial crisis hit the United Arab Emirates, leading to the project’s halt in 2009 and indefinite suspension in 2011. Woods was also hired to design a course for The Cliffs development in North Carolina, but the project stalled long ago. The same was true of another Woods course slated to open in Mexico.

El Cardonal represented a second chance for Woods to share his vision in Mexico. Woods will get another crack on what amounts to the same plot of land in Dubai, as well. He’ll be designing Trump World Golf Club, Dubai, as part of a rekindled effort to develop the same property where his first design was to debut.

Source: Yahoo

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Warrior spirit leads Nishikori to new heights

LONDON (Reuters) – There comes a moment in all great sporting careers when the puzzle fits together and for Kei Nishikori it arrived on a sweltering early September afternoon in New York.

It was there that the young kohai (Japanese for protege) humbled the master, in this case Novak Djokovic.

Nishikori beat Roger Federer in Miami and had Rafa Nadal on the ropes in Madrid early in the season, but this was against the ruthless world number one in the U.S. Open semi-final, having just played back-to-back five-setters.

Undaunted, the 24-year-old showed Djokovic scant respect, rocking the Serb with the force and relentless warrior-like spirit of his play to claim a four-set victory.

In doing so he became the first Japanese man, and the first from an Asian country, to reach a grand slam singles final.

Croat Marin Cilic cut Nishikori down to size in the final but, providing the Japanese stays clear of the injuries that haunt all top athletes, there seems little doubt he will contest more grand slam finals.

Japan has produced few male players to be taken seriously and until Nishikori, Shuzo Matsuoka had been their benchmark in the professional era, having reached 46th in the rankings.

Hence the reason a teenaged Nishikori was dubbed “Project 45″ when he left the home comforts of Shimane for the endless drills and ball-chasing at Nick Bolletieri’s Academy in Florida.

SPECTACULAR SUCCESS

The project can now be classified a spectacular success even if there have been some doubts along the way.

Nishikori bettered Matsuoka’s ranking in 2011 but spent the next three years hovering around the top 20 as the tennis fraternity watched on, waiting for his graduation.

Admired for his eye-catching, attacking shots, all that seemed to be missing was a touch of steel.

So last December he hired former French Open champion Michael Chang as coach and it proved a masterstroke.

He began the year 17th in the ATP rankings and with three career titles to his name.

He ended it ranked number five, more than doubled his career title haul with silverware from Memphis, Barcelona, Kuala Lumpur and Tokyo, and qualified for the elite ATP World Tour Finals.

Nishikori’s 11 wins this year against players in the top 10, including beating Andy Murray at the year-ender, was bettered only by Djokovic and Federer.

“My goal after last season was to get into the top 10 and make the semi-finals of a grand slam, but I surpassed them both,” Nishikori told the Japan Times.

“I got stronger as the season wore on in the second half and, I have to admit, I’m surprised by the success I had this year.”

DISMANTLING BARRIERS

With the fiercely competitive Chang in his team, there is little chance of Nishikori taking his eye off the ball once the news season kicks off in Asia in January.

Nishikori said the American had helped him push through barriers this year when in the past he may have shirked the challenge.

“It had only been a few weeks after surgery when I went to (the U.S. Open),” Nishikori recalled.

“I was still feeling pain and I didn’t want to risk it. I didn’t want to go. But he told me a story from his career about getting to a grand slam semi when he had shoulder problems. So I went to New York and I ended up reaching the final.

“He constantly tells me to believe in myself.”

With Chinese woman Li Na now retired, Nishikori will shoulder Asian hopes next year.

“The next goal is to win a grand slam but I know it’s not easy to go even to the semis or final, so it may take some time but hopefully I can reach a grand slam final again,” he said.

Source: Reuters

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Angels reportedly tried to trade Josh Hamilton back to Rangers

“So I have a splendid idea. Do you remember how great Josh Hamilton was in a Rangers uniform? I heard y’all down there in Texas are interested in trading for an outfielder. Well, I got just the guy — Josh Hamilton. And he’s still playing baseball, so it seems like an ideal fit. Whaddya say? We’ll throw in a pair of Mike Trout’s cleats!”

We imagine the Los Angeles Angels calling the Texas Rangers, asking if they’d like to get Josh Hamilton back in a trade, sounded something like that. Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports reports that the Angels tried to shop Hamilton recently to the Rangers, for whom he played from 2008-12 and had that 2010 MVP season.

The Rangers’ response probably went something like this:

“Sorry, we’ve got our share of overpaid injured dudes down here in Texas. But we’ll be sure to laugh about this later.”

The Rangers — for as many things as they might need — certainly don’t need Hamilton again. He signed a five-year, $125 million contract with the Angels before the 2013 season and has largely been a bust. He hit .250 in 2013. He was pretty good to start 2014, but then was injured for a stretch, and returned with zero mojo at the end of the season. Meanwhile in Texas, fans hated him when he left but now are probably happy he’s gone.

“What to do with Josh Hamilton?” is a legitimate question for the Angels, since he’s owed $83 million over the next three seasons. Rosenthal reports the Angels shopped him to two teams so far this offseason — the Rangers and the San Diego Padres. There were no significant talks after that. The Padres would have to be insane to take on both Josh Hamilton and Matt Kemp.

But Rosenthal and at least one of his sources think Hamilton isn’t long for the Angels, at least not for those remaining three seasons. He wrote:

A scout with whom I speak regularly predicted Tuesday that Josh Hamilton would not open the season as a member of the Angels. I would not go that far. But I would bet that Hamilton does not complete the final three years of his contract with the club.

Publicly at least, the Angels are saying they think Hamilton can bounce back in 2015. But anybody who watched him in the ALDS last year — in which he was hitless in 13 at-bats and looked very overmatched — will have doubts about Hamilton, 33, moving forward.

Angels GM Jerry Dipoto gave Hamilton a public endorsement, for what that’s worth:

“We do believe in Josh,” Dipoto said. “We’ve seen it every day when he takes batting practice. We’ve seen him hit balls that humans shouldn’t hit. What he does, 99 percent of the players can’t do. We are absolutely of the belief that the ability is there for him to do the things that he has done in the past. Now we have to help him turn the key to bring the ability out.”

Teams have tried to unlock Hamilton before, to varying results. The Rangers got the best of it. But that’s not what you want to do with a player whom you’re paying $23 million in 2015 and $30 million each of the next two years.

Source: Yahoo

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Dawn of Orion: NASA launch opens new era in space

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — NASA’s new Orion spacecraft circled the planet Friday on a high-stakes test flight meant to usher in a new era of human exploration leading ultimately to Mars.

The unmanned journey began with a sunrise liftoff witnessed by thousands of NASA guests. Parts of the spacecraft peeled away exactly as planned, falling back toward Earth as onboard cameras provided stunning views of our blue, cloud-covered planet.

Orion’s debut will be brief – just 4 1/2 hours from launch to splashdown, with two orbits of Earth. But for the first time in 42 years, NASA is sending a spacecraft built for humans farther than a couple hundred miles from Earth. The previous time was the Apollo 17 moon shot.


And it’s NASA’s first new vehicle for space travel since the shuttle.
“Very exciting,” NASA’s Orion program manager, Mark Geyer, said early in the flight. “We still have a bunch to go.”

NASA is now “one step closer” to putting humans aboard Orion, said NASA Administrator Charles Bolden Jr. He called it “Day One of the Mars era.”

Sluggish rocket valves and wind halted the launch Thursday, but everything went NASA’s way Friday as the Delta IV rocket carried Orion into orbit. The first-stage boosters detached and fell away into the Atlantic as the spacecraft soared from Florida to South Africa and beyond.

NASA launch commentator Mike Curie fed the enthusiasm in the gathered crowds, calling it “the dawn of Orion in a new era of American space exploration!”

NASA aimed for a peak altitude of 3,600 miles on Orion’s second lap around the planet, in order to give the capsule the necessary momentum for a scorchingly high-speed re-entry over the Pacific. Engineers want to see how the heat shield – the largest of its kind ever built – holds up when Orion comes back through the atmosphere traveling 20,000 mph and enduring 4,000 degrees.

The atmosphere at Kennedy Space Center was reminiscent of the shuttle-flying days, but considerably more upbeat than that last mission in 2011.

Astronaut Rex Walheim was aboard that final shuttle flight and among the dozens of spacefliers on hand for Orion’s historic send-off. He talked up Orion’s future in sending crews to Mars and the importance of becoming a multiplanetary species.

“You have that excitement back here at the Kennedy Space Center and it’s tinged with even more excitement with what’s coming down the road,” Walheim said.

In Houston, NASA’s Mission Control took over the entire operation once Orion was aloft. The flight program was loaded into Orion’s computers well in advance, allowing the spacecraft to fly essentially on autopilot. Flight controllers – all shuttle veterans – could intervene in the event of an emergency breakdown.
And in the Pacific off the Mexican Baja coast, Navy ships waited for Orion’s return.

The spacecraft is rigged with 1,200 sensors to gauge everything from heat to vibration to radiation. At 11 feet tall with a 16.5-foot base, Orion is bigger than the old-time Apollo capsules and, obviously, more advanced.
NASA deliberately kept astronauts off this first Orion.

Managers want to test the riskiest parts of the spacecraft – the heat shield, parachutes, various jettisoning components – before committing to a crew. In addition, on-board computers were going to endure the high-radiation Van Allen belts; engineers wondered whether they might falter.

Friday’s Orion – serial number 001 – lacked seats, cockpit displays and life-support equipment for obvious reasons. Instead, bundles of toys and memorabilia were on board: bits of moon dust; the crew patch worn by Sally Ride, America’s first spacewoman; a Capt. James Kirk collector’s doll owned by “Star Trek” actor William Shatner, and more.

Lockheed Martin Corp. already has begun work on a second Orion, and plans to eventually build a fleet of the capsules. The earliest that astronauts might fly on an Orion is 2021. An asteroid redirected to lunar orbit is intended for the first stop in the 2020s, followed by Mars in the 2030s.

The company handled the 0 million test flight for NASA from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, opting for the Delta IV rocket this time given its heft. It’s the most powerful unmanned rocket in the U.S. right now. The entire rocket and capsule, topped by a launch abort tower, stretched 242 feet and weighed 1.6 million pounds – an “incredible monster,” according to Bolden.

To push Orion farther out on future flights, NASA is developing a megarocket known as Space Launch System or SLS. The first Orion-SLS combo will fly around 2018, again without a crew to shake out the rocket.
NASA’s last trip beyond low-Earth orbit in a vessel built for people was the three-man Apollo 17 in December 1972. Orion will be capable of carrying four astronauts on long hauls and as many as six on three-week hikes.
Bolden, a former astronaut and now NASA’s No. 1, called Mars “the ultimate destination of this generation,” but said his three young granddaughters think otherwise, telling him, “Don’t get hung up on Mars because there are other places to go once we get there.”

Source: AOL

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Nintendo Loses UK Motion Control Patent Ruling To Electronics Giant Philips

A United Kingdom court today ruled in favor of electronics giant Philips in its ongoing case against Nintendo, stating that the company infringed on two Philips patents related to motion controls. Nintendo did not violate a third patent related to “modeling a body in a virtual environment,” UK High Court Judge Colin Birss said in court today, as reported by Bloomberg.

It’s not immediately clear what penalty Nintendo faces as a result, but Birss said he would provide an update on the damages to be paid to Philips sometime in July. Whatever the case, a Nintendo representative said the company plans to appeal the decision.

“Nintendo has a long history of developing innovative products while respecting the intellectual property rights of others,” the company said. “Nintendo is committed to ensuring that this judgment does not affect continued sales of its highly acclaimed line of video game hardware, software, and accessories and will actively pursue all such legitimate steps as are necessary to avoid any interruptions to its business.”

Philips is also suing Nintendo in the United States, claiming that Nintendo copied two of its technology patents. The first is related to real-life actions inside a game and the second revolves around an input system featuring a pointing device. In this case, Philips is asking for a block on all sales of the Wii U, as well as damages.

This is the second major patent lawsuit Nintendo has lost in as many years. Last year, a jury ruled that Nintendo’s 3DS violated patents held by former Sony inventor Seijiro Tomita. He was initially awarded $30.2 million in damages, but this figure was later halved.

Source: Gamespot

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Gaming Deals: Destiny for PS4 and Xbox One for $40 and More

The best new deals of the day are from Newegg, which is offering Destiny for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for $40, and Walmart, which if offering games like Watch Dogs, Battlefield 4, and others for $30. Find the full list of $30 games for each platform below.

Toys R Us is currently offering a “2 for $30″ deal on a ton of Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, and Nintendo DS games. It’s a good opportunity to catch up on some older games like Call of Duty: Black Ops, Red Dead Redemption, Halo: Reach, Scribblenauts, and many more.

Also at Toys R Us, Skylanders fans can grab three Skylanders Trap Team Traps for $15, or three Spyro’s Adventure figures for $10.

You can still get three Amiibo for $30 from Toys R Us, but you better hurry up as some figures are selling out.

Don’t forget Walmart’s promotion that lets you customize your own discounted PS4 and Xbox One bundles.

For example, you can save up to $30 on Xbox One, and you can choose what bundle to start with (the Assassin’s Creed Unity bundle, the Kinect-less Assassin’s Creed Bundle, or the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare bundle), two additional games, and a controller.

Save up to $44 on a PS4 that comes with camera, and choose between a regular PS4 or the white Destiny bundle, one additional game, and your choice of controller: white, black, or blue.

You can also get a 3DS XL plus one of 13 games for $219 or less.

Below you’ll find the rest of today’s best deals divided by platform:

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Walmart is offering a $50 gift card with a PS4 or the white PS4 Destiny bundle.

You can get some holiday shopping done early at GameStop, with deals on PlayStation products. You can get a PlayStation TV for $80, a 500GB PlayStation 3 The Last of Us bundle for $250, and other PS3 and PlayStation TV bundles on GameStop’s website. If you prefer ordering from Amazon, the online retailer is now offering the PlayStation TV for the same price.

  • Destiny — $40 (Newegg)
  • Watch Dogs — $30 (Walmart)
  • The Evil Within — $30 (Walmart)
  • Battlefield 4 — $30 (Walmart)
  • FIFA 15 — $30 (Walmart)
  • NBA 2K15 — $30 (Walmart)
  • Shadow Warrior — $25 (Groupon)
  • Grand Theft Auto V — $50 (Ebay)
  • Wolfenstein: The New Order — $30 (Amazon)
  • Killzone: Shadow Fall — $27 (Amazon)
  • Knack — $21.54 (Amazon)
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts Hardened Edition for $45 — (Amazon)
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