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Justin Hartley harassed by overzealous fan

  It was an intrusive moment that "This is Us" actor Justin Hartley couldn't easily forget or dismiss, as a fan unexpectedly went overboard with expressing herself. "This woman---[who was] a stranger to me---recognized me and started screaming, going crazy," Hartley told Good Housekeeping of the incident, which was in a Chicago restaurant. He was accompanied by friends. "She ran over and started kissing me," he added. Hartley, who plays ex-sitcom actor Kevin Pearson in the drama series, recounted that he told the woman of his discomfort immediately. "I said, 'You do not walk up to people you do not know and put your mouth on their face. If I did that to you, I wou...Keep on reading: Justin Hartley harassed by overzealous fan.....»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerMay 19th, 2018

Steelers clinch first-round bye with 34-6 win over Texans

By Kristie Rieken, Associated Press HOUSTON (AP) — Ben Roethlisberger threw for 226 yards and two touchdowns, and the Pittsburgh Steelers clinched a first-round playoff bye with a 34-6 win over the Houston Texans on Monday. Roethlisberger threw passes to six players as Pittsburgh (12-3) romped over the lowly Texans (4-11) despite missing NFL leading receiver Antonio Brown, who sat out with a calf injury. The Steelers led 20-0 at halftime after taking advantage of two turnovers by the Texans. Le’Veon Bell added a 10-yard TD run late in the third quarter and rookie JuJu Smith-Schuster made it 34-6 with an 18-yard touchdown grab in the fourth. Bell finished with 14 carries for 69 yards and Smith-Schuster had six receptions for 75 yards. T.J. Yates was 7 of 16 for 83 yards and a touchdown for the Texans, who lost their fifth straight game and for the eighth time in nine games. Yates made his second straight start since Tom Savage sustained a concussion. Yates left the game briefly on Monday to be evaluated for a concussion, and his replacement, Taylor Heinicke, sustained a concussion on his only full possession. Roethlisberger was replaced by backup Landry Jones with about six minutes remaining and the game well in hand. The Steelers hurried and harassed Yates all day with Mike Hilton leading the way with three sacks and three quarterback hits, Cameron Heyward adding two and forcing a fumble. The Texans couldn’t do much right on a day their home stadium was overtaken by vocal Steelers fans waving their Terrible Towels. One of the few highlights came on an acrobatic 3-yard touchdown reception by DeAndre Hopkins in the fourth quarter. Hopkins deflected the ball with his right hand, reeled it in with his left and got both feet down before falling out of bounds for his NFL-best 13th touchdown reception. The Steelers took a 10-0 lead when Roethlisberger connected with Justin Hunter on a 5-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter. Alfred Blue had a 48-yard run on the first play of the second quarter to get the Texans to the Pittsburgh 18-yard line. The Texans got to the 1 on second down later in that drive, but couldn’t do anything on the next two plays before Yates was intercepted in the end zone. Pittsburgh added a touchdown on a 1-yard run by Roosevelt Nix on the ensuing possession. Heyward sacked Yates three plays later and caused a fumble recovered by Bud Dupree to give the Steelers the ball right back. Pittsburgh added a 36-yard field goal on the next drive to push the lead to 20-0. Yates was sacked again on Houston’s next possession and injured on the play. He left the game to be evaluated for a concussion, forcing the Texans to play Heinicke. Heinicke finished that possession and remained in the game for the first drive of the third quarter while Yates was being evaluated. But Heinicke took a hard hit on a sack on the last play of that drive and had to be evaluated for a concussion, too. FAMILY TIME J.J. Watt didn’t get to play on Monday as he recovers from a broken leg, but spent some time pregame with his brother, Pittsburgh rookie linebacker T.J. Watt. Houston’s defensive end threw the ball around with T.J. and the brothers also posed for some pictures with their parents before the game. INJURY UPDATE Houston cornerback Kevin Johnson injured his knee in the third quarter and didn’t return. ... Texans safety Corey Moore also injured his knee in the second half and didn’t return. UP NEXT Steelers: Host the Browns on Sunday. Texans: Visit Indianapolis on Sunday......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 26th, 2017

Cops in Makati bar arrest say lawyers harassed them

MANILA, Philippines – It's the policemen's turn to cry harassment. According to Southern Police District (SPD) head Chief Superintendent Tomas Apolinario, the 3 lawyers arrested during the Time in Manila bar anti-drug raid in Makati City  "harassed" the cops who were serving a  search warrant Thursday night, August 16. "As per team leader [of the] SDEU (Station Drug Enforcement Unit) Police Senior Inspector ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated News15 hr. 9 min. ago

REINFORCEMENTS HAVE ARRIVED

Miss the PBA yet? Don't worry as there's more action coming your way starting Friday at the Ynares Center in Antipolo City. The 2018 PBA Governors' Cup will tip off this weekend and we have prolific imports in town, 12 of them to be exact. Get to know who they are before we start the third and final conference for this season.   Justin Brownlee --- Ginebra By now, Justin Brownlee needs no introduction but here goes anyway for the benefit of those who don't know him for some reason. Brownlee is a three-time PBA champion for the Gin Kings and a one-time Best Import. His first two titles came in the Governors' Cup. The first one was in 2016 when he hit "The Shot" in Game 6. The second one was last year when he led the barangay to a Game 7 win in front of more than 50,000 fans at the Philippine Arena. He's a Ginebra legend.   Allen Durham --- Meralco The reigning two-time Best Import is back for the Bolts and he's looking to complete some unfinished business. Durham has led Meralco to two Governors' Cup Finals in his previous two stints in the PBA but each time, the Bolts lost to Ginebra for the title. Is third time the charm for Allen Durham and Meralco?   AZ Reid --- San Miguel Arizona Reid won two Best Imports back when he was still with Rain or Shine and he won his first Governors' Cup title when he switched over to San Miguel. Now, the high-scoring import is back for the Beermen after a one-year hiatus. He has some business to finish here and at the top of the list is regaining his lost PBA championship.   Eugene Phelps --- Phoenix El Destructor first made a name for himself in the Governors' Cup. The Commissioner's Cup might not be his best cup of tea but when it comes to the season-ending conference, Eugene Phelps has proven before that he's a force to be reckoned with. With an upgraded local lineup and perhaps better durability this time around, El Destructor might just become extra destructive to the oppposition.   Henry Walker --- Blackwater The Elite made their second playoff appearance last year in the Governors' Cup with Henry Walker. As the no. 8 seed, they were a few minutes away from stunning no. 1 Meralco to go to the semis. Mr. Inspiration has provided nothing but positive stuff for Blackwater and with a longer build up, the Elite might be ready to take the next step in the Governors' Cup in order to salvage what has been a lost season.   Mike Harris --- Alaska The Aces are bringing in Mike Harris as reinforcement in the Governors' Cup. Harris has NBA experience with the Houston Rockets and the Utah Jazz. He has tremendous international experience and the PBA is only the latest in his long list of stops. He has a career average of 3.4 points in the NBA, playing a total of 54 games spread across five seasons.   Akeem Wright --- Columbian The Dyip will have 33-year-old Akeem Wright for the Governors' Cup. Wright was undrafted in the 2007 NBA Draft and since then, he's built an international career with stops in the Middle East and Europe.   Romeo Travis --- Magnolia A close buddy of LeBron James, Romeo Travis is back in the PBA. The first time, he played for Alaska and won Best Import but lost in the Finals to San Miguel Beer  back in 2015. Now, Travis will suit up for the Magnolia Hotshots. Travis of course is part of the LeBron's high school team at St. Vincent-St. Mary.   Olu Ashaolu --- NLEX We've seen Olu in the Commissioner's Cup as he played NLEX's last game of the conference as part of the team's prep for the Governors' Cup. Ashaolu played for Lousiana Tech and Oregon and college and went undrafted in the 2012 NBA Draft.   Rashad Woods --- Northport The Batang Pier will go with Rashad Woods for the Governors' Cup. Woods has had memorable stints in Mexico and in the Middle East, where he's known as the "Arab Ace."   J'Nathan Bullock --- Rain or Shine Bullock is back for a second stint with ROS. Last season, Bullock and the Elasto Painters were eliminated in the quarterfinals but not after erasing TNT's twice-to-beat advantage in the playoffs. Bullock will join a ROS team that will be coming off an Asian Games campaign in Indonesia.   Mike Glover --- TNT Glover was Globalport's replacement import for Globalport two years ago but now, he'll start for the KaTropa in the 2018 Governors' Cup. The hulking forward went for 25.6 points and 14.0 rebounds in his first PBA tour.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News22 hr. 56 min. ago

Move to make Brownlee Filipino gains momentum with bill

Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net Justin Brownlee had one wish after leading Barangay Ginebra to the PBA Commissioner's Cup title. 'I wish I could live here all year round but unfortun.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsAug 16th, 2018

Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber are not getting married anytime soon

It may have been a whirlwind engagement between Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber last month, but the two are in no rush to tie the knot. "The wedding planning has slowed down a bit," a source tells People. "They stilldon't want a long engagement, but they are also not rushing the wedding." "It was getting quite intense and they realized they want to enjoy being engaged for a while. It's not like they need to rush---they are both so young. They aren't slowing things down though because they are unsure if they want to marry; they definitely want to get married." Last week, the two were spotted crying in Manhattan and a few rumors sparked that their relationship might be on the rocks...Keep on reading: Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber are not getting married anytime soon.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsAug 16th, 2018

House bill filed to naturalize Justin Brownlee

Barangay Ginebra forward Justin Brownlee gestures during the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup Finals against San Miguel Beer. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net Justin Brownlee once said he wants.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsAug 16th, 2018

Phoenix set to unleash the ‘Beast’

PBA Governor’s Cup back-to-back champion Barangay Ginebra remains as the team to beat with import Justin Brownlee back in action. Meralco, which finished runner-up to Ginebra in the last two years, will also be in the hunt with Allen Durham returning. And San Miguel Beer will be San Miguel Beer,… Source link link: Phoenix set to unleash the ‘Beast’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsAug 16th, 2018

Brownlee s naturalization in the works with filing of House bill

MANILA, Philippines – Justin Brownlee's naturalization process has begun. 1-Pacman Party List Representative and NorthPort Batang Pier owner Mikee Romero has spearheaded the filing of House Bill No. 8106, which endorses the Barangay Ginebra import to become a naturalized Filipino.  Romero was joined by fellow Representatives Enrico Pineda, Erico Aristotle Aumentado and Scott ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsAug 15th, 2018

Phoenix set to unleash the ‘Beast’

PBA Governor's Cup back-to-back champion Barangay Ginebra remains as the team to beat with import Justin Brownlee back in action. Meralco, which finished runner-up to Ginebra in the last two years, will also be in the hunt with Allen Durham returning. And San Miguel Beer will be San Miguel Beer,….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsAug 15th, 2018

House bill seeks to naturalize Ginebra import Justin Brownlee

Justin Brownlee may get his wish to be a Filipino and possibly don the national colors in future international meets......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 15th, 2018

San Miguel boss Ang to sponsor Brownlee s naturalization

MANILA, Philippines – If Barangay Ginebra's Justin Brownlee truly wants to be a naturalized Filipino, he has San Miguel Corporation honcho Ramon Ang's full backing. Ang said he will sponsor the do-it-all import's naturalization, during the Gin Kings' second victory party for their PBA Commissioner's Cup championship at the San Miguel ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsAug 14th, 2018

Game-changing imports who raised the bar in the PBA

Imports are considered not only crowd drawers that invite national attention to the PBA. They are also game changers who raised the bar of play in the pioneering Asian pro cage league, with their incredible skills, breathtaking court wizardry, huge scoring might, and of course fantastic flights of fancy. Through the years, we’ve anticipated only the best from them, and definitely there are a few of them who really made their mark with their names etched in the annals of the league. One of them is Ginebra import Justin Brownlee, who bagged the PBA Best Import Award recently. Not flashy or flamboyant, Brownlee just gets the job done, leading Ginebra to the 2016 and 2017 Governors Cup, and just recently the 2018 Commissioners Cup. Aside from Brownlee, who were the other imports in PBA history that made a huge impact in the league and in the consciousness of this basketball-crazy nation? Here are some of the greatest imports ever to play in the country. 1. Cyrus Mann Cyrus Mann is remembered as one of the first prolific imports that played in the PBA, donning the Crispa Redmanizers jersey during its Grand Slam year in 1976 up to 1979. He provided that imposing presence in the paint with his 6’10” frame and was a monster off the boards, including those killer moves in the paint scoring at will against opponents. 2. Byron “Snake” Jones Memorable for his versatility and workhorse attitude, Byron “Snake” Jones was a journeyman, playing for three different teams in the PBA and leading two of them to championships. He played for the Toyota Comets in the PBA’s maiden season and won the First and Second Conference crowns and then went on to play for the U-Tex Wranglers and help them in bagging their first-ever title in the PBA Open Conference in 1978. He would then end his PBA journey with the Crispa Redmanizers in 1981. 3. Andy Fields Considered the first “resident import” in the league, Andy Fields has been called back frequently to play for his lone PBA team Toyota in his entire stint in the PBA. A feared shotblocker, midrange shooter, and rebounder, Fields led Toyota to three PBA championships, including the 1979 Invitationals, 1981 and 1982 Open Conference titles. 4. Norman Black Norman Black is simply called the import that gives his all in each game, one who was frequently labeled as “Mr. 100%.” He started his PBA career with the Teflin Polyesters in 1981, then began his connection with the San Miguel franchise in 1982 as its main workhorse and scorer, who would guide the Beermen to its second franchise title in the Invitationals the same year. He would then serve as import for Great Taste the next year, played again for the SMC franchise in 1985 under Magnolia Quench Plus, then suited briefly for Alaska in 1986. After returning to San Miguel in 1987, Black would then become a playing coach and eventually a coach who engineered its first Grand Slam in 1989. 5. Billy Ray Bates Billy Ray Bates is considered by many as the “best ever” who would fascinate everyone with monster dunks from the charity stripe years before Michael Jordan. Not only would he run rings around defenders, Bates would soar up, up away to score, and score without letup, hence the title “The Black Superman.” His debut stint with Crispa in its second Grand Slam year in 1983 was astounding and remarkable, as his unstoppable incursions, aerial shows, and powerful slams made him unforgettable to this day. Three years later, he would bring his greatness to Ginebra San Miguel and bag the 1986 Open Conference crown, which was the then-Palanca franchise’s first title. 6. Michael Hackett Loyal and dedicated, Michael Hackett is the gentle giant opponents feared. He is considered one of the most dominant forces in PBA history, who would just power his way through defenders at the paint and score at will. Playing for Ginebra San Miguel, Hackett is best remembered for being the first PBA player to score over a hundred points, 103 points to be exact, in a match against Great Taste in the 1985 Open Conference, wherein he won Best Import honors. In the next year, Hackett and fellow import great Billy Ray Bates collaborated to lead Ginebra to the 1986 Open Conference title.   7. Bobby Parks For most coaches, the late Bobby Parks was seen as the greatest not only due to the fact that he is the most decorated with seven Best Import awards, but also being the most hard working and coachable import ever. A gallant scoring machine yet a silent operator, Parks showed a wide variety of moves in his lane incursions in his prime that would leave defenders helpless, ending in mind-boggling baskets. Apart from his individual skills, Parks really completes his mission, giving championships to San Miguel Beer in the 1987 Reinforced Conference, and then Shell as its resident import with two titles, the 1990 and 1992 First Conference plums.      8. Tony Harris He might not be that much of an obedient trooper, but Tony Harris and his brand of play was simply breathtaking. As Coach Yeng Guiao decided during his time as coach of the Swift Mighty Meaties that they must let him be and ordered his court lieutenants to just pass the ball to him and make him simply wield his magic. And he did leave everyone in awe with his speed, agility, and power to score over all defenders thrown at him, hence the monicker “The Hurricane.” Proof of his incredible abilities is scoring 105 points, the single game scoring record that holds to this day, against Ginebra in the 1992 Reinforced Conference, wherein he would single-handedly cop the title for Swift. 9. Sean Chambers You could be charmed by his beaming smile when you meet him off the court, but when you meet him on-court, prepare for the worst beating. Though he’s not the heavy scorer type of an import PBA fans are accustomed to, Alaska’s “resident import” shows his class and might as a team player. He worked for the Milkmen in 13 seasons, giving them titles 6 times, yet only won the Best Import plum once—in the Reinforced Conference of Alaska’s Grand Slam year in 1996. The memory of what these imports brought to the league continues to delight true PBA fans through the years. And we see their legacy in such players as Justin Brownlee, who continue to show the example, the standard for other foreign players setting foot in the country to follow.     .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 13th, 2018

RSA says SMC will sponsor Brownlee s bid for naturalization

Justin Brownlee's naturalization might just be a matter of time. On Monday, San Miguel big boss Ramon S. Ang says that SMC will sponsor Brownlee's desire to become a naturalized Filipino citizen. Brownlee, the PBA's reigning Best Import and three-time champion for Ginebra, expressed his wish to apply for naturalization. [Related: Justine Brownlee: I want to be naturalized] Justin plans to make the Philippines his permanent home and he wants to go all in here. And San Miguel Corp. will be looking to make that happen. "I think we will all be very happy if he's going to be a Filipino, di ba?" RSA said Monday during Ginebra's title celebration at the San Miguel headquarters in Ortigas. "We will apply and we will sponsor him to be a Filipino citizen. So he can play for the next 100 years," he added. Winner of three titles in only four conferences, Brownlee has certainly cemented himself as one of the best Ginebra imports ever. RSA certainly thinks so too. "I've seen so many impots come to this country, but I have never seen a guy like Justin Brownlee," Ang said of Ginebra's prolific reinforcement.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 13th, 2018

Quiban eyes back-to-back PGT Bacolod romp

From the tight Binitin layout to the wider Marapara course, Justin Quiban hopes to dish out the form he flaunted in dominating the ICTSI Bacolod Golf Challenge last week as he guns for a second straight victory in the ICTSI Negros Occidental Classic unfolding tomorrow at the Negros Occidental Golf and Country Club here......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 13th, 2018

More than basketball: Brownlee wants to stay in Philippines for good, says Chua

Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net Not only does Justin Brownlee wishes to play for Barangay Ginebra forever, he also wants the Philippines to be his permanent home. Alfrancis Chua, Barangay Gine.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsAug 13th, 2018

NPA harassES Army detachment in Samar

LAS NAVAS, NORTHERN SAMAR: Members of the New People’s Army (NPA) harassed an Army detachment in Las Navas, Northern Samar at about 9 p.m. on Saturday manned by eight Cafgu members and six soldiers from the 52nd Infantry Battalion. Lt. Col. Nolly Lapizar, commanding officer of the 20th Infantry Battalion based in Barangay San Jorge,… link: NPA harassES Army detachment in Samar.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsAug 13th, 2018

Justine Brownlee: I want to be naturalized

Aside from playing for Brgy. Ginebra 'forever,' Justin Brownlee also wants to be a Filipino and be in the Philippines 'permanently.' Brownlee has been playing in the PBA for Ginebra since 2016. He has also represented the Philippines in the Asean Basketball League alongside Renaldo Balkman where they bagged the gold. This year, he scored his third Ginebra championship and the PBA Best Import award. With all of that success factored in, ABS-CBN Sports asked if he considers the Philippines as his basketball home. Brownlee did not take any of it. Instead, he topped it. "Not only basketball [home]. I want to consider it my home. Period." "You know, I wish I could live here all year round but unfortunately, [I can't] because of government rules and things like that but I wish I could be at home permanently," he said minutes before he spent quality time with fans Sunday afternoon in the Ginebra Victory Party held in Pasig. Team Governor Alfrancis Chua added on this. He joked during the program saying that Brownlee is no longer going to be an import next conference. "Hindi na si Brownlee ang import dahil gagawin na natin siyang Pilipino!," he joked which prompted the fans to chant GI-NEB-RA. But Chua then clarified with the media that if ever Brownlee's naturalization pushes through, it has nothing to do with his basketball career but more on his personal life. After all, naturalized Filipinos can not still play in the league as a local. "Sinabi ni Brownlee sa amin kaharap ang buong team, ‘Boss, I want to be naturalized.’" "Brownlee loves the Philippines. He told me many times na kung matapos siya ng paglalaro, he wants to stay in the Philippines and he wants to be naturalized. To make the long story short, he loves the Philippines and he wants to stay here for good." Chua then alluded to the likes of Norman Black who stayed in the Philippines for good after a stellar import career. Brownlee's feelings towards the country just goes to show how great it is to play for the Filipino hoops community. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @cruzdanine.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 12th, 2018

Justin Brownlee wants to be a naturalized Filipino

  MANILA, Philippines – Ginebra San Miguel Governor Alfrancis Chua dropped a bombshell on PBA Best Import Justin Brownlee during the Ginebra Fans Day and championship celebration in Ortigas on Sunday, August 12. Sort of. "Sa harap ng buong team – andun ako, si Boss [Ramon S. Ang], sabi [ni Brownlee,] 'Boss, I ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsAug 12th, 2018

Quiban foils Bayron, claims 5-shot Bacolod win

Justin Quiban recovered with flourish from a frontside meltdown to nail his second career victory, pouncing on a clutch two-shot swing on No. 13 to turn a scary start into a resounding finish in the ICTSI Bacolod Golf Challenge here yesterday......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsAug 11th, 2018

Quiban captures title

BACOLOD – Justin Quiban recovered with flourish from a frontside meltdown to nail his second career victory, pouncing on a clutch two-shot swing on No. 13 to turn a scary start into a resounding finish in the ICTSI Bacolod Golf Challenge here yesterday. His whopping overnight seven-stroke lead reduced to….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsAug 11th, 2018