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first_imgReview the National Forests in North Carolina website for updates and more information at www.fs.usda.gov/nfsnc, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nfsnc, and on Twitter at twitter.com/NFsNCarolina. Firefighters control wildfires in Cherokee County Murphy, NC, Helped out by significant rainfall this morning, firefighters have fully controlled two fires that were burning along Tatham Gap Road in Cherokee County, near Andrews, NC. The Tatham Gap Road Fire burned 32 acres on private property. The Spread Eagle Fire burned 27.5 acres on US Forest Service property on the Nantahala National Forest Tusquitee Ranger District. The fires, which were reported over the weekend, were initially estimated at 40 acres each. More accurate mapping allowed managers to refine their sizes. Approximately 10 firefighters from the US Forest Service and the North Carolina Forest Service are continuing to monitor the fire areas. While the cause of the fire is under investigation, it is suspected to be arson. If you see something, say something. If you know of someone deliberately setting fires, call 911. The public is urged to be extra vigilant with fires as we move into the spring wildfire season. Spring wildfire season typically lasts from mid-March to mid-May. Even with recent rain events, we can experience high fire danger after 2-3 days of dry conditions. N.C. Forest Service officials urge citizens to reconsider burning yard debris through the end of May, which historically marks the end of spring wildfire season in North Carolina. Consider alternatives to burning. For more information visit: https://ncforestservice.gov/news_pubs/newsdesk_2020.htm#2020327 Additionally, the National Forests are experiencing higher than usual visitation, especially an increase in dispersed camping. Consider postponing your camping trip. If you do camp, consider using cooking stoves instead of campfires. If you do use a campfire, make sure it is out and cold before leaving your campsite. Stay up to date on current national forest closures at: http://www.fs.usda.gov/goto/currentclosures N.C. Forest Service officials urge citizens to reconsider burning yard debris through the end of May, which historically marks the end of spring wildfire season in North Carolina. Consider alternatives to burning. For more information visit: https://ncforestservice.gov/news_pubs/newsdesk_2020.htm#2020327  Updated April 1, 2020 If you know of someone deliberately setting fires, call 911. The public is urged to be extra vigilant with fires as we move into the spring wildfire season. Spring wildfire season typically lasts from mid-March to mid-May. Even with recent rain events, we can experience high fire danger after 2-3 days of dry conditions. center_img Additionally, the National Forests are experiencing higher than usual visitation, especially an increase in dispersed camping. Consider postponing your camping trip. If you do camp, consider using cooking stoves instead of campfires. If you do use a campfire, make sure it is out and cold before leaving your campsite. Stay up to date on current national forest closures at: http://www.fs.usda.gov/goto/currentclosures Two fires are burning along Tatham Gap Road in Cherokee County, near Andrews, NC. Firefighters are working to suppress both fires, which were reported over the weekend. The Tatham Gap Road Fire is burning on private property and is approximately 40 acres in size. The Spread Eagle Fire is burning on US Forest Service property on the Nantahala National Forest Tusquitee Ranger District and is also approximately 40 acres in size. Approximately 40 firefighters from the US Forest Service and the North Carolina Forest Service are responding. A helicopter is being used to perform water drops to slow the spread of the fire. While the cause of the fire is under investigation, it is suspected to be arson. If you see something, say something. Photo of a strong fire spreading in gusts of wind through dry grass from Getty Imageslast_img read more

first_img Twitter With Brazil striker Neymar being struck down with mumps over the weekend, it had been thought Pedro would line up alongside Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez up front in Barca’s starting line-up on Tuesday. However, coach Luis Enrique opted to leave the 28-year-old on the bench and start with Rafinha, and it was not until extra-time that Pedro was sent on. Pedro made a match-winning impact, though, scoring the deciding goal moments from the end as Barca claimed a dramatic win. Pedro said: “The truth is I had a good chance to play, especially since of what happened to Neymar, and it wasn’t to be. The coach has decided not to count on me. I don’t know, I don’t know if I will continue here. “I’m here now and I want to enjoy this title. “Manchester? Yes, there are nice challenges on all sides. Today I’m here, and I’m happy. And if I go I will go with my head held high having always given everything. These fans and this club are incredible.” Barca star Lionel Messi admits he is in the dark about his team-mate’s future, but says he will support whatever decision the forward makes. The Argentina playmaker said on www.uefa.com: “I’m thrilled that Pedro was the one to get the winning goal. Personally I don’t know what his decision will be but we’re all with him and we’ll back him. “We want the best for him given what he’s given the club – he deserves the best. I don’t know what he’ll decide but whatever he’ll have our support.” Barca boss Enrique, whose side have now won four trophies this year and remain on course to emulate the record-breaking feat of Pep Guardiola’s side in 2009 when they won all six titles available to them, was giving nothing away with regards Pedro’s future but explained his decision not to start the World Cup winner against Sevilla. He said: “A few days ago Pedro retired from training with an adductor muscle problem and you know about his current status, so I picked the man (Rafinha) I thought would be best in the circumstances and I would do the same again. “I understand why you’re interested in this matter but I’m not going to say any more about it.” Close Barcelona’s Pedro Rodriguez applauds the supporters after winning the UEFA Super Cup soccer match between FC Barcelona and Sevilla FC at the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena stadium, in Tbilisi, Georgia, on Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015. Barcelona won 5-4 Barcelona's Pedro Rodriguez applauds the supporters after winning the UEFA Super Cup soccer match between FC Barcelona and Sevilla FC at the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena stadium, in Tbilisi, Georgia, on Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015. Barcelona won 5-4 slide 1 of 1 Sevilla’s Mariano marshals Pedro of Barcelona Barcelona’s Pedro Rodriguez applauds the supporters after winning the UEFA Super Cup soccer match between FC Barcelona and Sevilla FC at the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena stadium, in Tbilisi, Georgia, on Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015. Barcelona won 5-4 Sevilla's Mariano marshals Pedro of Barcelona 1/1 Getty Images Pedro climbed off the bench to score the match-winning goal on Tuesday night as Barcelona saw off Primera Division rivals Sevilla 5-4 after extra-time in a thrilling Super Cup clash in Tbilisi. That came after Barca technical secretary Robert Fernandez was quoted as saying before the match that Pedro had told him he wanted to move on from the Nou Camp club. Whatsapp Close Facebook Barcelona’s Pedro Rodriguez applauds the supporters after winning the UEFA Super Cup soccer match between FC Barcelona and Sevilla FC at the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena stadium, in Tbilisi, Georgia, on Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015. Barcelona won 5-4 Sevilla’s Mariano marshals Pedro of Barcelona AP Whatsapp Twitter slide 1 of 1 Sevilla's Mariano marshals Pedro of Barcelona Manchester United target Pedro admits he does not know if the UEFA Super Cup will end up being his last match for Barcelona – but has denied saying he wants to leave the Catalan giants. Getty Images 1/1 Facebook Email Sevilla’s Mariano marshals Pedro of Barcelona AP The Spain winger has been heavily linked with a move to United as they look to replace Angel di Maria, who joined Paris St Germain for £44.3million last week. However, speaking afterwards, Pedro denied saying he wanted out and, while insisting he is happy at Barca, admits he does not know what the future holds for him. Asked if he wanted to go or not, the long-serving forward was quoted as saying by AS: “The answer is no. But it’s complicated for many things. “It’s not for money, as has been said – which is another lack of respect. It’s a question of continuity, of minutes. I’m an ambitious player. S tay or go, I will always be of this team. “I don’t know if it will be my last game for Barcelona. I only want to enjoy this title.” Regarding Fernandez’s claims, Pedro said: “There are many pros and cons about my situation. The comments of Robert Fernandez are unfair. He’s made some very unfortunate declarations. I’ve crossed two words with him and he doesn’t know what I’ve been through at the club to talk like that of me. “I know who I am and I will always be of Barca. Such people shouldn’t speak in this way.” Pedro added on Antena 3: ” I’ve not said what Robert’s said, or at least not how I said it. I’m calm, happy and I will always continue giving everything if I continue at this club.” Barcelona's Pedro Rodriguez applauds the supporters after winning the UEFA Super Cup soccer match between FC Barcelona and Sevilla FC at the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena stadium, in Tbilisi, Georgia, on Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015. 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first_imgBut even though teams understand what’s coming for them, the full arsenal is something to behold: Durant started rolling early, running into jumpers off screens, beating the defense in transition for dunks, twisting to his left for fallaway mid-range shots. He also was fouled, visiting the line for 15 total free throws (he hit 14).What made him even more lethal were the 3-pointers: Durant hit four of them in the first half, in a 12 for 17 start from the field overall for 38 points before intermission. It’s the second-most points anyone has ever scored in one half a playoff game – lending credence to Kerr’s lofty claim that Durant authored “one of the great performances I’ve ever seen in my life.”Durant was less definitive, saying he felt he could have made a few more shots.“I just keep on humming no matter what,” he said. “I just play my game through it all.”Related Articles There was no way to stop Durant on Friday night, as he cruised to 50 points in a series-clinching 129-110 victory – the kind of win most expected Golden State to have against the outgunned Clippers throughout the series.But on the heels of upstart victories in Game 2 and Game 5 in Oakland, the Warriors realized almost nothing would come easily in a surprisingly tough six-game series. Capping one of his best series for Golden State with a new career playoff high, Durant proved to be the trump card.Lou Williams ruminated: “We tried everything.” When Durant’s at his best, there is no answer.“He’s the ultimate weapon, because there’s no defense for Kevin,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. “No matter what anybody does, he can get a good shot. And he knew we needed him badly.”There are few secrets when it comes to Durant. There might not be a comparable player in NBA history with his 7-foot height, his 7-foot-5 wingspan, his guard-like handle and his feathery touch. As the Clippers attempted to counter his mobility with smaller defenders like Beverley, he simply found ways to shoot over the competition. What the Clippers are saying the day after Luka Doncic’s game-winner tied series, 2-2 Clippers hope they can play to their capabilities, quell Mavericks’ momentum For Lakers’ LeBron James, Jacob Blake’s shooting is bigger issue than a big Game 4 victory Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img LOS ANGELES — At a certain point, Patrick Beverley was out of answers.He turned the question around: How would you have tried to guard Kevin Durant better?“We didn’t say, ‘Man, c’mon, give us 50 tonight.’ Course not,” Beverley said. “He’s a hell of a player. The shots he took, he made some tough shots. If you were the coach what would you tell us to do?”The Clippers point guard let his question hang in the room, packed with more than five dozen media members. There was only silence. Kerr said the Clippers pushed the Warriors to play their best by the end of the series, and Durant was no exception. After a quiet Game 2 in a 31-point meltdown that allowed a Clippers comeback, Durant came out the next game and scored 38. For the last four games of the series, Durant averaged 41.5 points per game, taking more shots and carrying the load offensively for one of the most talented teams in NBA history.Once the series was over, several of the Clippers felt free to express their awe of Durant’s mastery on the offensive end – Lou Williams, himself a scoring wizard, said he was amazed by Durant’s Game 3 performance in the wake of withering criticism.“Even the game that he came out, and was like, ‘I’m Kevin Durant. Y’all know who I am,’ ” Williams said. “That’s a bold statement to make when you’re about to see some guys that’s extremely competitive. And he came out that game, and he said, ‘I can really shoot over these guys.’ And he did it. So it wasn’t lack of effort on our part. He’s an all-world professional, and he proved himself.”Next question. Clippers vs. Mavericks Game 5 playoff updates from NBA beat reporters Kristaps Porzingis ruled out as Clippers, Mavericks set for Game 5; Follow for game updates last_img read more