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Mills helps Southern Miss rout William Carey 89-59

Mills helps Southern Miss rout William Carey 89-59

HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) Jonathan Mills scored 19 points with 11 rebounds and Cedric Jenkins added a career-high 17 points as Southern Mississippi cruised to an 89-59 win over William Carey, its crosstown NAIA opponent, on Monday.

Mills shot 8 of 10 from the field while Jenkins was 5 of 7, hitting 3 of 4 3-pointers. Neil Watson, who added 12 points, had eight of the Golden Eagles' 23 steals, both marks tying school records. William Carey committed 32 turnovers, leading to 49 Southern Miss points.

Southern Miss (10-4), which has won four of five after a three-game losing streak, extended its home winning streak to 19 games.

The Crusaders stayed close early, and even led 13-9 at the 13:30 mark. Southern Miss then launched a 22-3 run and led 41-24 at the break.

Jeremiah Dunnings scored 14 and Daron Bell 11 for William Carey, which counted the game as an exhibition.

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Here's how MLB will experiment with crowd noise at Nationals games

Here's how MLB will experiment with crowd noise at Nationals games

Crowd noise made its way into Nationals Park on Wednesday. It’s not the only place, and it will continue.

Major League Baseball teamed with the video-game maker MLB The Show to pull together audio which can be used during fan-less games across the league in 2020.

Its initial use received good reviews from Nationals players, according to Davey Martinez. All sides were also working to temper the volume in an empty, echoing stadium. Sounds on the field come across different than in the dugout. The Nationals players asked for the crowd noise to be turned down later in their intrasquad game on Wednesday. Everyone was pleased once that happened.

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Martinez said they plan to use the fake noise throughout the season.

Here are the details from an MLB spokesperson of how the crowd-noise experiment will work:

  • All Clubs will use ambient and reactionary background audio to create crowd noise during the 2020 season.
  • MLB is providing each team with an array of crowd sounds and a touchpad device that can be integrated into their ballpark sound system to help manage the playing of these sounds. The crowd sounds will be audible to on-field personnel and during television and radio broadcasts.
  • Clubs will begin to use and test the sounds during Summer Camp workouts and exhibition games to be prepared for the start of the season.
  • The crowd backgrounds and reactions provided to the Clubs are all derived from exclusive, original source audio recorded by MLB The Show developers at MLB regular season games. The audio was meticulously edited into sound cues used in MLB The Show 20, with a focus on authentically replicating crowd sound and behavior. Selected content was then further refined for real-time playback over ballpark audio systems and allows for around 75 different effects/reactions to be used during a game.
  • The crowd sounds will work in conjunction with stadium announcers, walkup music and in-stadium video to replicate the in-game experience as closely as possible.
  • Clubs can use a different audio provider if they choose, but all will be provided the MLB system.
  • The Home team will operate and manage the playing of crowd sounds, as they do with other audio and video content. Clubs will be required to project the type and volume of audio in a way that otherwise mimics the sounds that would have been present in the park had fans been in attendance.
  • With the energy of fans in attendance being a key element missing from games right now, MLB developed these audio enhancements to help improve the in-game experience for both players and personnel at the ballpark as well as fans watching and listening at home. In the event fans are permitted in ballparks, we will revisit audio policies for those games.

 
Is it fans? No. Is there a, “Nats, Nats, Nats, Woooo!” chant when they score? No.

Is it an improvement over the silence pervading the park during prior workouts? It is.

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5 new fan-generated Washington Warriors logo, uniform designs

5 new fan-generated Washington Warriors logo, uniform designs

As Washington continues to evaluate what the next name of the team will be, numerous ideas have been thrown around. One of the favorites from the beginning has been the Warriors.

Of course, this means social media has been filled with fan-made concepts that detail what a potential logo and uniform could look like under the new name. After finding some of the best initial designs, here's a look at some of the newest Washington Warriors creations.

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