Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on December 21, 2014 at 7:17 pm Contact Phil: email@example.com | @PhilDAbb PHILADELPHIA — Michael Gbinije didn’t take long to prove his back was feeling just fine.After missing the second half of Syracuse’s win over Louisiana Tech last Sunday due to tightness in that area, the junior spearheaded SU’s best offensive half of the season against No. 7 Villanova on Saturday, scoring or assisting on 19 of the Orange’s first 29 points.But Gbinije lost his touch in the second half and by the time he regained it in overtime, he was on his way to fouling out and Syracuse (6-4) was on its way to an 82-77 loss to the Wildcats (11-0) at the Wells Fargo Center.Now, Syracuse heads into a meeting with Colgate (3-8) on Monday at 7 p.m. in the Carrier Dome with a chance to rebound from the loss, and Gbinije, who said he’s feeling 100 percent, has his own chance to redeem his second-half struggles.“I felt good attacking the basket early in the first half and just trying to be aggressive offensively and just rebound defensively,” said Gbinije, who tied Rakeem Christmas for the team-high with 18 points. “I’m definitely going to think of some plays that I know I could’ve made better decisions on.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAfter rising up and snatching a defensive rebound, Gbinije drained a 3 from the right wing that added fuel to a 10-0 spurt that sprung the Orange ahead by 13. Playing the entire first half, Gbinije shot an economical 5-of-6 as the Orange connected on 63 percent of its attempts.“He’s huge. We need him out there,” point guard Kaleb Joseph said.But as SU’s offense regressed in the second half, Gbinije was at the front of the decline.By the time he checked out of the game at the 13:52 mark, he had missed three shots inside the paint, turned the ball over once and committed his third and fourth fouls.Upon re-entering with 7:54 left in the game and Syracuse’s lead having dwindled to 57-53, Gbinije lost another turnover and missed two shots. His only field goal of the half came on a goaltending call and he padded the Orange’s lead with a free throw for a 67-62 lead with 24 seconds left.Then as the inbounder underneath Syracuse’s basket after a Villanova 3, he threw a pass to Christmas that the forward couldn’t handle near the sideline, and the Wildcats ended up knotting the score. The game then headed to overtime after Gbinije rushed down the floor and missed a desperation jumper.Gbinije’s woes ended when he was whistled for his fifth foul with 29 seconds remaining in overtime, joining Christmas and forward Chris McCullough on the bench.Even though the locker room after the game was a somber one, there was a sense of encouragement in how well SU played — with Gbinije as one of the main cogs for an offense that is gradually beginning to grow.“He’s so versatile and he’s so important to this offense,” guard Trevor Cooney said, “because he is a guy who can shoot it, he can make plays off the bounce, he can be a big guy down low, he can rebound, and he can get out to shooters and everything.“When he’s like that, we’re a way better team.” Comments
LeoVegas hits back at Swedish regulations despite Q2 successes August 13, 2020 Related Articles Betsson outrides pandemic challenges as regulatory dramas loom July 21, 2020 Share Submit StumbleUpon Share Spelinspektionen reminds operators of AML responsibilities July 2, 2020 Updating the market, Swedish Aktietorget-listed igaming operator ahaWorld has detailed that it will enter the South American betting market having acquired a majority of equity in an unnamed regional operator.ahaWorld governance informed investors that the company had signed a ‘letter of intent’ for the transaction of a 51% stake in the South American enterprise. The operator will further be given a 24-month period in which it will have first right to acquire the remainder of the asset.The Swedish operator detailed that its acquisition would be financed via new share issue in ahaWorld of 4.3 million shares, resulting in a corporate dilution of circa 25.5%. ahaWorld detailed that it had acquired its South American asset a 6X multiple of its EBIT.The governance of ahaWorld detailed that following its completed investment (expected to be closed Q1 2017), the company will launch the asset across multiple South American markets.The acquisition sees ahaWorld expand beyond its core market of Scandinavia, the Aktietorget-listed operator currently operates the igaming brands of ‘Sweden Casino’, ‘ahaBingo’, ‘ahaCasino’ and MoboCasino.com.At present ahaWorld governance has not disclosed any comment on its South American investment.
Mozilla Firefox 58.0.1: fix for Windows page-load issue by Martin Brinkmann on January 29, 2018 in Firefox – Last Update: February 01, 2018 – 47 commentsMozilla will release Firefox 58.0.1 in the coming 24-hour period to address a critical issue on Windows machines that causes page load failures in the browser and a critical security issue.The update is not out yet at the time of writing but it will soon be released via the web browser’s automatic update functionality. You can run manual checks for updates in Firefox by clicking on the menu icon and selecting Help > About Firefox from the menu that opens.Users who prefer to download new versions instead can do so on the Mozilla website after the release as well.Mozilla Firefox 58.0.1The preliminary release notes list one issue as fixed in Firefox 58.0.1.When using certain non-default security policies on Windows (for example with Windows Defender Exploit Protection or Webroot security products), Firefox 58.0 would fail to load pages.Bug 1433065, Firefox 58 is not loading any pages (including about: pages), is the main tracking bug for the issue. The user who opened the bug on Bugzilla describes the issue as Firefox not loading any web pages, including local ones, and showing a white background instead.He reported that certain exploit mitigation settings would cause pages to not display correctly in Firefox. Validate Stack Integrity (StackPivot), Validate API Invocation (Caller Check), Simulate Execution (SimExec), and Import Address Filtering (IAF) caused the white page issue in Firefox while Export Address Filtering (EAF) crashed the browser instead.The number of users affected by the issue is unclear but it appears to be large enough to warrant a bug fix release.A security issue is patched in Firefox 58.0.1 as well. It addresses a critical issue in which unsanitized output in the browser user interface could lead to arbitrary code execution.Firefox 58.0.1 has two unresolved issues which affect Firefox 58.0 as well:Users running Firefox for Windows over a Remote Desktop Connection (RDP) may find that audio playback is disabled due to increased security restrictions.Users running certain screen readers may experience performance issues and are advised to use Firefox ESR until performance issues are resolved in an upcoming future release.We will update the article shortly after the official release of Firefox 58.0.1 to link directly to the download and official release notes.Now You: are you affected by the issue?SummaryArticle NameMozilla Firefox 58.0.1: fix for Windows page-load issueDescriptionMozilla will release Firefox 58.0.1 in the coming 24-hour period to address a critical issue on Windows machines that causes page load failures in the browser.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement