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American TV personality Stephen Colbert took over public access cable program Only in Monroe with special guest Eminem. Eminem talked about Southpaw, a movie he produced, while also talking about rap with Colbert.
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Free-agency season is in full swing in the NBA. Here’s the latest look at the deals that took place on the first day, in what promises to be a busy offseason.
- Draymond Green will re-sign with the Golden State Warriors on a five-year, $85 million deal, sources tell ESPN.com’s Jeff Goodman.
- Kevin Love has announced he will accept a five-year, $110 million deal to remain with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
- Jimmy Butler and the Chicago Bulls have reached agreement on a five-year, $90 million contract, according to sources. Chicago has also agreed with Mike Dunleavy on a three-year, $15 million deal.
- Tyson Chandler has agreed to a four-year deal with the Phoenix Suns worth $52 million, according to sources.
- Brandon Knight will stay with the Phoenix Suns, agreeing to a five-year, $70 million deal, sources told ESPN.com’s Jeff Goodman.
- DeMarre Carroll has agreed with the Toronto Raptors on a four-year, $60 million deal, according to ESPN and media reports.
- The San Antonio Spurs have traded Tiago Splitter to the Atlanta Hawks to clear $8.5 million in cap space, sources told ESPN’s Brian Windhorst.
- Danny Green and the Spurs have agreed to terms on a four-year, $45 million deal, sources tell ESPN’s Chris Broussard.
- The New Orleans Pelicans have reportedly locked up Anthony Davis with a five-year extension worth an estimated $145 million, sources told ESPN.com’s Marc Stein. New Orleans also has re-signed center Alexis Ajinca to a four-year deal.
- Kawhi Leonard is set to complete a deal with the Spurs, agreeing to parameters of a five-year contract that could be worth $90 million.
- The Portland Trail Blazers and Damian Lillard are nearing agreement on a five-year extension that is expected to top $120 million, according to league sources.
- Goran Dragic wasted little time in accepting a five-year, $90 million deal to remain with the Miami Heat, according to league sources.
- Kyle Singler has agreed to re-sign with the Oklahoma City Thunder on a five-year deal worth nearly $25 million, sources confirmed.
- Khris Middleton and the Milwaukee Bucks are closing in on a five-year contract worth an estimated $70 million.
- Amir Johnson has agreed to a two-year, $24 million deal with the Boston Celtics, sources told ESPN’s Jeff Goodman. Boston also has agreed to a two-year, $10 million contract to re-sign forward Jonas Jerebko, sources told ESPN.com.
- Paul Millsap has decided to return to the Atlanta Hawks, agreeing to a three-year deal worth $59 million that includes a player option after two years, according to league sources.
- Paul Pierce to sign with Clippers for 3 years, $10.6 million
Snapchat is changing the way you view things — quite literally. The new Snapchat update, new on Wednesday, made big changes to its user interface, including the way you open Snaps and Stories.
Current Snapchat users are accustomed to the press and hold technique of viewing Snaps and Stories, but the app is introducing a “tap to view feature.”
For some, this may take a little getting used to, but ultimately it solves the bothersome issue of accidentally moving a finger and never seeing that Snap again.
So, are you going to be stuck watching that 300-second Story of your cousin at an EDM concert? No. The update will still allow you to tap through Stories, or swipe down to exit the Story.
The update will add more than just a new way of viewing Snaps and Stories. The app will make it easier to add the people around you with an “Add Nearby” feature. Users can open the feature in the menu, but the only usernames available will be from those that also have the “Add Nearby” screen open.
Beyond that, users will now be able to put their face on that little Snapchat ghost on the menu. Tapping on the icon will bring up the selfie camera, and users can take 5 rapid-burst selfies to create an animated chain of photos on the ghost.
For those ultra-safe Snappers, the update also includes an addition of two-factor authentication. To enable this, users can tap the security feature from the “Login Verification” menu in the app’s main settings.
The update is available starting Wednesday for iOS and Android users.