Thursday, May 16, 2024

The Le'Nalors News of The Week - NY Giants unveil 'Century Red' 100th season commemorative uniform

New York revealed a "Century Red" throwback uniform, that will be worn for select home games in 2024. 

The "Century Red" uniform will be worn up to two games in 2024. The jersey is divided by a thick blue stripe underneath white numbers and tan pants paired with red and blue striped socks. The jersey dates back to 1933, when the Giants made the first NFL Championship Game, while the pants date back to 1925 when the Giants were purchased by Tim Mara for $500. 

New York will wear the winged helmet used from 1937 to 1947, including the Giants' 1938 championship season. The uniform will have the "100 seasons" commemorative patch. 

What makes the "Century Red" uniforms interesting is how they debuted a year after the Giants introduced a popular throwback jersey from the 1980s-1990s. The Giants wore the "Legacy Blue" uniform, worn from 1980-1999, twice in the 2022 and 2023 seasons. New York wore the white "Color Rush" throwbacks since the 2016 season, wearing the uniform at least once per season. 

New York changed its "Color Rush" uniform in 2023, thanks to the lifting of the "one-shell rule," wearing the throwback dark blue helmet (worn with the "Legacy Blue" jerseys) with the uniform. 

Tuesday, May 14, 2024

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Sunday, May 12, 2024

The Le'Nalors News of The Week - Kendrick Lamar’s “Not Like Us” Tops Streaming Charts In Drake’s Home Country Of Canada

“Not Like Us” currently sits at No. 1 on Apple Music’s Top 100: Canada chart. In addition, “Not Like Us” leads Spotify’s Daily Top Songs Canada chart. Lamar’s other Drake-directed diss track “euphoria” sits at No. 5 on Apple Music and No. 5 on Spotify in the Great White North.

When it comes to Spotify’s daily chart for the city of Toronto, “euphoria” holds the No. 2 spot behind “Expresso” by Sabrina Carpenter. “Not Like Us” is presently the third-most streamed song on Spotify in Toronto.

Industry forecasters project Kendrick Lamar’s “Not Like Us” to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. If the single does reach the pinnacle of the Hot 100, Lamar will earn his fourth No. 1. He just scored his third chart-topper as a feature on Future and Metro Boomin’s “Like That” single.

“Like That” ignited the all-out war between Kendrick Lamar and Drake. The two sides had been throwing subliminal shots at each other for years. The subs ended when Lamar took direct aim at the OVO frontman on “Like That” in March.

The Le'Nalors News of The Week - Shohei Ohtani’s Interpreter Facing 33 Years In Prison Over Stealing $17 Million

An illustration of Shohei Ohtani holding up his glove and wearing a Dodgers uniform.
Ippei Mizuhara, the former interpreter and close friend of Shohei Ohtani, will enter a guilty plea to many federal charges after acknowledging that he stole around $17 million from the Dodgers star. As a result, he may spend more than three decades behind bars. Mizuhara agreed to plead guilty to one count of bank fraud and one count of filing a false tax return. The crime spanned multiple years. Additionally, the US Justice Department revealed on Wednesday that he would soon be sentenced.

United States Attorney Martin Estrada said of Ippei's actions, "The extent of this defendant's deception and theft is massive." He continued, "He took advantage of his position of trust to take advantage of Mr. Ohtani and fuel a dangerous gambling habit. My office is committed to vindicating victims throughout our community and ensuring that wrongdoers face justice." There is a maximum sentence of 30 years for the bank fraud accusation and three years for the tax allegation. Furthermore, there will most likely be a significant reduction in sentence length.

Asserting that Mizuhara "exploited his relationship" with Shohei Ohtani, the government will concede that Mizuhara transferred about $17 million of Ohtani's money covertly to settle gambling debts. According to reports, Mizuhara paid Ryan Boyajian, a cast member of Real Housewives of Orange County, who was an alleged collaborator with Matthew Bowyer, the accused illegal bookmaker. Reports say Boyajian and Bowyer would "clean" the illegal money at casinos in Las Vegas.

Ohtani, who is non-English speaking, depended on Mizuhara for almost everything when he first came to the United States from Japan. Mizuhara created the slugger's bank account in 2018. The DOJ claims that Ippei started placing bets on athletic events in September 2021 and soon incurred a massive debt from a bookie but kept making bets. He then planned to siphon money from Shohei Ohtani's finances to settle debts and keep betting. In conclusion, Ippei Mizuhara will be arranged on May 14th.