>The NBA has issues to modify with the game itself as well. Most agree the product has shifted too far in the offense's favor, that the scoring is unnaturally inflated. In the offseason, the NBA plans to address the unnatural shooting motions of star players like James Harden and Trae Young that get foul calls under the rules in the NBA -- but would get eye rolls on the playground.
>As it comes out of survival mode for two years, the NBA can start looking at bigger decisions for the game -- implementing the midseason tournament, keeping the play-in and so much else.
" Animation Motion Revolution solves the issue where movement was driven by a bunch of preset values and animations were just window dressing. 10 years from the release of this game, players can finally have a system to customize the true displacement of actors... for each animation individually. "
Holy.. it seems to make your character move exactly how the animation dictates, rather than skating!
I'm very happy that everyone enjoyed this WP so much!
To clarify: the hero can project a time bubble about the size of a refrigerator a few feet in front of himself, ostensibly to capture a wrong-doer within it, while he himself stays in normal (faster) time. His opponent has the same power though. The bubbles have converged into 1 single bubble, trapping both opponents within it.
It recently occurred to me that in WSB, it’s against the rules to post about penny stocks, so not a lot of you follow the price action.
I'm a day trader and my trading strategy focuses entirely on penny stocks that are owned by hedge funds known to manipulate the market. Most stocks I invest in are all complete garbage, but I look for pump and dumps, obvious manipulation patterns, and anticipate runners based on near-identical charts of multiple companies.
I haven’t paid much attention to any of the stocks on my main watchlist since January, because I went all-in on GME. What I did notice though, is that my watchlist has been red, since early February. There are some green days in there and many days that trade sideways, so it didn’t feel like they were completely tanking, but they're definitely all tanking.
Last night I decided to actually to take a deeper look into the charts. They all started going down at the same time in early February with no real spikes, just bleeding. They all follow a similar trend as well.
Below are most of the stocks (YTD charts) I’ve invested in, in the past year. And let me make this clear because this is an important detail — I didn’t just select certain stocks that look similar on my watchlist. These are literally all the stocks on my watchlists, besides GME, AMC, NOK, and BB. I’m not picking and choosing the ones that look similar to make strengthen a claim.
If investment banks and hedge funds didn’t report record quarters and the market hasn’t held at record highs, I could possibly believe there might be a rational explanation for dozens of stocks, some in completely different sectors, to trend downward for months in similar patterns. But that simply is not true.
I spend hours looking at charts every day. I am very familiar with the trend line for every single one of the stocks in my watchlist; if you were to print out a 1-year chart of every one of these stocks, without labeling them, I’m pretty confident that I could tell you the company associated with every chart. So I assure you, the trends are not normal.
Here’s my theory: The mass sell-off is definitely not going towards covering the shorts, instead it's paying for interest, pump and dumps, and the capital needed to purchase the blocks o... keep reading on reddit ➡