The House of Representatives passed on a $3 trillion stimulus bill late Friday, which would provide funding for state and local governments, and send a second $1,200 check to most American adults.Democrats passed the bill by a small 208-199 margin despite the opposition from Donald Trump, and Republicans. According to reports, fourteen Democrats opposed the bill, and one Republican voted for the bill.“The HEROES Act is a critical $3 trillion-dollar rescue for our front line workers, cities and states, our small businesses, and it creates the kind of modern day safety net I have been fighting for with so many brave allies in and outside the U.S. Congress,” said Rep. Rosa DeLauro during floor debate on the legislation.House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy of California called the rescue package a “Democratic political messaging bill” that had “no chance of passing the Senate.” And the White House has threatened a veto of the bill as currently written.The bill has been criticized heavily by Republicans and declared “dead on arrival” by President Donald Trump.The bill made history as the largest relief package in U.S. history, which includes funding for state and local governments, coronavirus testing, and another distribution of payments to Americans. The rules for the $1,200 payment changed this time around. Single filers would still get $1,200 and $2,400 for joint filers, but filers would also be eligible for $1,200 per dependent, but filers can only claim three dependents for the money, according to Vox. It would also provide stimulus payments to immigrants, an idea that was opposed by the GOP and is not likely to become law.Additionally the bill will include:$200 billion for a “Heroes fund” that would provide “hazard pay” to essential employees such as front-line health care workers, $75 billion to beef up testing, $10 billion for emergency grants to small businesses through the Economic Injury Disaster Loan program, COBRA subsidies to workers who have lost their health insurance because they’ve been laid off, extension of weekly $600 federal unemployment payments through January and $175 billion to help renters and homeowners make monthly rent, mortgage and utility payments and other housing-related cost.
(BBC) – BORUSSIA Dortmund forward Jadon Sancho and other Bundesliga players will face no further disciplinary action after they made anti-racism statements during matches last weekend.England international Sancho unveiled a ‘Justice for George Floyd’ T-shirt after scoring against Paderborn.Floyd, an unarmed black man, died while being restrained by a white Minneapolis police officer on May 25.Protests have been held across the United States and globally.Sancho’s Dortmund team-mate Achraf Hakimi also wore a ‘Justice for George Floyd’ T-shirt, while Schalke’s Weston McKennie wore a similar armband and Marcus Thuram of Borussia Monchengladbach kneeled in tribute to Floyd after scoring.In a statement, the German Football Association (DFB) said no proceedings would take place against the four players “because of their solidarity and anti-racism statements”.It added: “The panel also intends to maintain this line in the event of renewed anti-racism campaigns to mark the violent death of George Floyd on the coming match days.”FIFA’S rules state that players must not display political statements but president Gianni Infantino said on Tuesday: “For the avoidance of doubt, in a FIFA competition the recent demonstrations of players in Bundesliga matches would deserve an applause and not a punishment.“We all must say no to racism and any form of discrimination.”DFB president Fritz Keller said: “I expressly welcome the far-sighted decision of the DFB control committee and am very happy about it. The DFB is firmly against all forms of racism, discrimination and violence and stands for tolerance, openness and diversity – values that are also in the DFB statutes.“So the actions of the players have our respect and understanding.”Dr Anton Nachreiner, chairman of the DFB control committee, added: “Of course, the DFB control committee always has the requirements of the FIFA football rules and the DFB regulations in mind.“In the specific case, however, these are targeted anti-racism campaigns by the players, which are committed to values for which the DFB also stands and always stands for.”The Football Association said it would take a “common sense approach” to any protests such as those seen in the Bundesliga when English football resumes later this month.
It is past 10 p.m. on a Thursday night and the sound of cleats striking the grass, the sight of soccer balls arched into the air and the bright lights high in the sky bring Cromwell Field to life.Trevor Sochoki | Daily TrojanThis is the men’s club soccer team, the highest level for male footballers at USC because there is no Division I men’s team at the University. Team members say not many students know about it, and even fewer come to their games, but just playing a sport they love competitively is worth the time.USC used to field a Division I men’s soccer team, but it was removed following the 1980 season and relegated to a club program.“Ever since then, it’s been a real struggle coming back because of Title IX,” said Jonathan Montesdeoca, the Vice President of the club last semester, referring to the 1972 law that assured equal treatment and benefits to NCAA athletes regardless of gender.Men’s soccer wasn’t the only sport that was dropped by USC in the 1980s and 1990s; men’s and women’s gymnastics, men’s rowing, men’s cross country, sailing and skiing were either eliminated or became club sports due to factors including lack of finances, facilities and participation, according to a USC spokesperson.“I definitely wish people paid more attention to us,” Montesdeoca said. “Club sports aren’t really given much attention in general.”As far as club sports go, however, men’s soccer has arguably taken the biggest step forward. Over the summer, the team traveled to Beijing to participate in the inaugural World Elite University Football Tournament, which hosted college teams from around the world for a competition. USC was the only representative from the United States, competing in the “second group” with Oxford, Peking University and Renmin University.The Trojans wound up winning first place in their group, but just participating in the tournament — and being the first club team from USC to compete internationally — warranted acknowledgment.“It’s very significant,” head coach Adam Gootnick said. “I’ve been in this program for six years now, and we’ve never gone internationally or even talked about it. To go international and play and compete on another level and win games is a next step in the process of becoming the best we could possibly become.”Montesdeoca said the team was offered a spot in the tournament “out of the blue,” with the organizers putting together a “cultural exchange event.” In addition to playing in the competition, the team toured Beijing, visiting the Great Wall, the Forbidden Palace and Tiananmen Square.“Beijing was an incredible experience, not only to play in another country but to play in a country on the other side of the world that is so culturally different,” Gootnick said.Ruben España, a senior on the team, also reflected positively on the experience.“As a team, we really bonded and met interesting people over there, guys from different teams, different countries, nationalities,” España said.The team came back from China with another accolade to add to a string of recent successes — between 2011 and 2014, the club soccer team advanced to the semifinals or further in either a regional or national tournament each year. The team competes in the California Collegiate Club Soccer League of the West Coast Soccer Association, with the goal of the fall season being to earn a spot in the Championship Division of the NIRSA National Championships.The team this year consists of 26 players — out of the 90 or so hopefuls who tried out — a mix of players who transferred from Division I, II or III schools and pure walk-ons. Some players had offers from schools where men’s soccer was a varsity sport, but still chose to attend USC.España was in discussions with Amherst College in Massachusetts. Stuart Young, a junior, was in talks with the University of La Verne, which is near Los Angeles. But he chose USC instead, and despite not having the option to play soccer at the varsity level, it was worth it.“This is a very good in-between between [attending a top university] and playing Division I, which is more of a job,” Young said. “They play every day, sometimes twice a day. For us, we get just the right amount, which is 2-3 practices a week. Our team is very close because it’s the right amount of soccer and team bonding. It’s the right environment for our team to grow.”The mix of skilled former recruits with students just looking to play soccer provides an assorted roster for Gootnick, a USC alum in his first season as head coach.“We have a very diverse group of people who come from all different backgrounds, and even some international players, all way from freshman to senior,” Gootnick said. “Everyone adds different value to the team, whether that be personality, focus, left foot or right foot, in the air, offensive or defensive. There’s so many different tools a soccer player can have, and my job as a coach is to utilize them.”Players agree that the experience and the environment make the time spent worthwhile. Still, the downsides of not being a Division I team can be frustrating. The team does not draw well at the few home games it has each season. This year, it has three, but in the past, it had been relegated to one or two. According to Montesdeoca, the team also had to move from playing its games on McAllister Field — home of the Division I women’s soccer team — to the less-preferred turf of Cromwell Field. A spokesperson for the Recreational Club Council, which oversees USC club sports, noted that McAlister Field is run by USC Athletics and that RCC has no control over allocating the field to its clubs.Games have also been canceled due to “scheduling conflicts,” Montesdeoca said. Before one game, the field wasn’t even open, and the team had to call DPS officers to unlock the gates. There, players found that the goals were still locked together and the field lines weren’t clear, forcing them to use cones instead. In another instance, corner flags were missing for a game.“We just want things ready for a game,” Montesdeoca said. “It’s a lack of professionalism.”Stuart added that the issues were “embarrassing” to him.“USC is a very prestigious school,” he said. “When we show up to games and we don’t have corner flags or proper lines set up, it makes us look very amateurish.”The RCC spokesperson said that club sports in general are of low priority for the school administration and there is a lack of “proper resources.”Funding can also be an issue, though Montesdeoca pointed out that the RCC paid for a vast majority of the team’s trip to Beijing in addition to providing contingency funds for new uniforms. They have to collect money and gain attention by relying on sponsorships and other creative means, such as having a portion of the Trojan Marching Band play at a game to attract fans. RCC provides some funding, but overall the financial burden falls on the team. This includes tryout dues and a $360 membership fee — up from $300 from last year, in part to cover uniforms and practice jerseys.Montesdeoca said the ultimate goal for the club is to be a basis for a Division I men’s soccer team, though he has explored other options such as forming a Premier Development League team, which competes in the third-tier of professional soccer in the country.There are more than enough Division I sports to go around at USC, so perhaps the lack of a men’s soccer team goes unnoticed by a majority of students. But the fanfare and attention is not why members of the club team dedicate late nights to practicing; rather, it’s the chance to keep playing the game they love.“The soccer alone is worth it,” España said. “Sure, nobody shows up to our games, but we’re here for the soccer, we’re here for each other and we’re here for the experience. Honestly, this is a great way for us to do what we love, de-stress and just have fun.”Correction: This article previously stated that Jonathan Montesdeoca is the Vice President of the club. He was the Vice President last semester. The Daily Trojan regrets the error.
Katie Chin | Daily TrojanFlying high · Redshirt sophomore Marquís Morris was one of many USC student-athletes and graduates competing at last week’s USATF Championships in Sacramento, Calif. Morris was a semifinalist in the 110m hurdles, while Trojan alumnus Aleec Harris triumphed in the finals to claim the national title.The USC track program shone at the USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships last week, with both alumni and collegiate stars impressing during the four-day competition in Sacramento, Calif. Former Trojans Dalilah Muhammad and Aleec Harris earned titles in the 400m hurdles and 110m hurdles, respectively, and current Trojans smashed multiple team records.At the meet, five USC runners — four graduates and junior Kendall Ellis — qualified to represent the United States at the IAAF World Championships in August. Ellis will team up with Trojan track greats Muhammad, Harris, Allyson Felix and Nia Ali as they gun for glory in London. Ellis and Felix will both run the 400m, Harris will enter the 110m hurdles and Muhammad will compete in the 400m hurdles.Muhammad earned her second career USA title in the women’s 400m hurdles on the last day of action at Hornet Stadium. The 2016 Olympic gold medalist recorded a personal-best time of 52.64 to win the finals, while Harris topped the men’s 110m hurdles with a time of 13.24.For the current Trojans, Anna Cockrell competed in the women’s 400m hurdles finals and finished eighth overall (55.14), breaking her USC freshman record in the process. Junior Deanna Hill recorded a time of 23.04 to come in sixth in the women’s 200m finals.Numerous USC athletes also starred in the competition’s earlier days. Ellis broke her own all-time school record in the 400m on Friday and repeated the feat Saturday. She trimmed her first time of 50.24 down to 50.00 flat to take third overall and earn a spot on the USA roster. Michael Norman bettered his USC freshman record in the 400m on Saturday, running to finals qualification in 44.60 seconds. The time also elevated Norman to third place on the program’s all-time 400m list.Senior Cameron Pettigrew qualified for the 400m semifinals with a time of 51.74, and junior Ricky Morgan Jr. also advanced on the men’s side after recording a time of 45.47 — just .03 seconds from his personal best.Redshirt sophomore Marquís Morris ran in Harris’ heat in the first round of the 110m hurdles, and he qualified for the semifinals with a 13.73 mark while Harris won the heat. Morris did not advance to the finals, however, settling for 14th overall.After the end of the USATF Championships, Trojan athletes will look forward to rooting on Cockrell at the biennial World Championships, which features more than 200 countries. The United States is the winningest nation in the competition’s history.The IAAF World Championships kick off on Aug. 4 at London Stadium.
The world number three travelled to New York and was due to start her campaign against Australian Daria Gavrilova today, but she’s withdrawn from the tournament because of a leg injury.Sharapova hasn’t played a competitive match since losing to Serena Williams in the semi-finals of Wimbledon.
The tournament will be split between UCD and Belfast next August. Ireland’s women will discover their World Cup pool opponents this morning. The draw for the group stages will be made in Belfast, with Ireland among the second band of sides for a tournament they host. Defending champions England are among the top seeds, along with Canada and France.
Saturday’s Joy Sports Link on Joy 99.7 FM tasked political parties to outline their policies for the sports sector considering that Presidential debates over the years have been silent on sports development.The two-hour show had contributions from key members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Progressive People’s Party (PPP), Convention People’s Party (CPP) and People’s National Convention (PNC). The NDC’s representative, failed to turn up for the show.NPP to pass sports bill into lawThe New Patriotic Party’s Osei-Bonsu Amoah, who was a former Deputy Minister for Education Science and Sports identified sports as a major ingredient in improving the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).According to him, his party will focus on the passing of a governing law for sports which will include the establishment of a sports fund to provide funding for sports projects.“We see the development of sports beginning from the schools and we want to equip our educational institutions to ensure the proper discovery and grooming of talents,” he said. He also revealed that a major priority should the NPP win Election 2012, will be to complete the University of Ghana’s Sports Stadium which was started during the tenure of Ex-President Kufuor.
Ghana held their first training session in Istanbul, Monday evening without Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan.The striker and four other players were absent as Kwesi Appiah trained with 14 players ahead of Wednesday’s friendly with Turkey.Gyan and the quartet of Rabiu Mohammed, Rashid Sumaila, Mohammed Awal and goalkeeper Fatau Dauda are expected to join the group Tuesday morning.Ghana’s squad suffered two withdrawals before the team’s first training session in Turkey as Albert Adomah and Emmanuel Banahene were pulled out due to varying reasons.
Andrew Nembhard called GAME! ❄️ @GatorsMBK pic.twitter.com/9wqsTbsPrM— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 15, 2019The Tigers led by as many as 13 early in the second half but failed to hold on. Here are three takeaways from their loss:Florida is going dancingLet’s welcome Florida to the NCAA Tournament. Related News LSU reinstates guard Javonte Smart for SEC Tournament opener March Madness 2019: Kentucky forward Reid Travis to return for SEC Tournament The top seed in the SEC Tournament lost its first game.Florida guard Andrew Nembhard knocked down a go-ahead 3-pointer with less than three seconds to play to give his team a 76-73 win over No.9 LSU on Friday. The Gators entered the matchup against LSU projected by CBS Sports to be one of the last four teams in the field of 68. With the victory, they should avoid Dayton and further solidify their spot in the bracket.Florida improved to 19-14 and the win over the Tigers is its best of the season. The Gators will now not have to worry about hearing their name called Selection Sunday.The committee will have a lot to think about with LSUThe Tigers will certainly reach the NCAA Tournament. Where they will be seeded, however, is anyone’s guess.LSU won the SEC regular season title and had a chance to climb up to a No. 1 seed if it ran the table this weekend. That will not happen now.The Tigers seemed like they’d drop no lower than the two line. But their off-the-court issues, including the indefinite suspension of coach Will Wade, and an early exit from the SEC Tournament could push them down further.Naz Reid back on trackLSU can take at least one positive away from its loss Friday. Naz Reid appears back on track. The freshman forward missed the Tigers’ regular-season finale with a minor injury and had shot just 16 of 45 from the field in his last four appearances.Reid, however, was the best player on the floor against Florida. He finished with 26 points, 14 rebounds and hit three of his four 3-pointers in the losing effort.In order to make a deep tournament run, the Tigers will need Reid to continue to play up to his potential.
PreviousKlay Thompson #11 of the Golden State Warriors celebrates his three pointer behind Josh Hart #3 of the Los Angeles Lakers during a 130-111 Warrior win at Staples Center on January 21, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)Golden State Warriors’ Klay Thompson reacts after making a 3-point basket against the Los Angeles Lakers during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Golden State Warriors’ Klay Thompson scores on a breakaway dunk against the Los Angeles Lakers during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsGolden State Warriors’ Klay Thompson, center, celebrates after making a 3-point basket next to Los Angeles Lakers’ Ivica Zubac (40) during the second half of an NBA basketball game, Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Los Angeles Lakers’ JaVale McGee (7) shoots over Golden State Warriors’ Kevon Looney (5) during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Golden State Warriors’ DeMarcus Cousins (0) grabs a rebound next to Los Angeles Lakers’ Tyson Chandler, center, during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Los Angeles Lakers’ Ivica Zubac (40) dunks past Golden State Warriors’ Andre Iguodala left, and Draymond Green during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Los Angeles Lakers’ Ivica Zubac, top, shoots over Golden State Warriors’ Shaun Livingston (34) during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Boxer Manny Pacquiao smiles as he attends an NBA basketball game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Golden State Warriors, Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Golden State Warriors’ DeMarcus Cousins (0) grabs a rebound against the Los Angeles Lakers during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Los Angeles Lakers’ Ivica Zubac (40) blocks a shot from Golden State Warriors’ DeMarcus Cousins, center, during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Actor Mahershala Ali, left, watches an NBA basketball game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Golden State Warriors, Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Golden State Warriors’ Klay Thompson (11) works for a rebound against Los Angeles Lakers’ Tyson Chandler during the first half of an NBA basketball game Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Los Angeles Lakers’ Brandon Ingram (14) is defended by Golden State Warriors’ Draymond Green (23) during the first half of an NBA basketball game Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Los Angeles Lakers’ Brandon Ingram (14) shoots between Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry, right ,and Kevon Looney (5) during the first half of an NBA basketball game Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Los Angeles Lakers’ JaVale McGee, top, works for a rebound against Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry (30) during the first half of an NBA basketball game Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry (30) drives to basket as Los Angeles Lakers’ Ivica Zubac, center, and Kyle Kuzma (0) defend during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Los Angeles Lakers’ Brandon Ingram (14) shoots over Draymond Green during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)Klay Thompson #11 of the Golden State Warriors celebrates his three pointer behind Josh Hart #3 of the Los Angeles Lakers during a 130-111 Warrior win at Staples Center on January 21, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)Golden State Warriors’ Klay Thompson reacts after making a 3-point basket against the Los Angeles Lakers during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)NextShow Caption1 of 18Golden State Warriors’ Klay Thompson reacts after making a 3-point basket against the Los Angeles Lakers during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)ExpandLOS ANGELES — If the Beach Boys wrote “Wouldn’t it be nice?” today, it might not be about young love. It might be about Klay Thompson.Lakers fans could be forgiven for California Dreamin’ about landing Golden State’s easygoing sharpshooter, who looked right at home at Staples Center on Monday night, when he effortlessly dropped 44 points in 26 minutes and his 10 3-pointers tied an NBA record for 3-point shooting percentage for a player with at least 10 attempts.Thompson’s performance keyed his super-team’s 130-111 victory.Thompson is a Santa Margarita High School graduate, the son of former Laker and L.A. radio personality Mychal Thompson, and a three-time NBA champion. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersAlong with Kevin Durant, he’s a free agent this summer, when the Warriors also will have to start weighing what to do with Draymond Green, who’ll will be a free agent in 2020 and could command a hefty salary of his own.Related Articles Yes, the Warriors seem inclined sign Thompson — who is in the final season of his four-year, $68.9 million contract — to a deal that could fetch a maximum deal worth about $188 million.Yes, Thompson has been quoted multiple times assuring Dub Nation that he’d “like to be a Warrior for life.”And sure, in December, Mychal Thompson told the folks at San Francisco’s KNBR 680 that “as long as Joe Lacob and Peter Guber and the Warriors organization wants him there — and the coaching staff and the fan base — as long as he’s wanted, there’s no reason to leave.”But wouldn’t it be nice … Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions The chocolate milk pitchman who made the trip to L.A. this weekend with his beloved bulldog, Rocco, in tow, came out and scored 12 against the Clippers on Friday.Thompson eclipsed that total in less than 14 minutes Monday, when the memory of the Warriors’ 127-101 loss to the Lakers on Christmas Day was on his mind, he said with a smile, “a little bit” — or enough for him to operate like a heat-seeking missile intent on avenging that blowout.A career 41.7 percent 3-point shooter, Thompson entered the game hitting at a career-low 36.5 percent clip from behind the 3-point arc this season.That stat seemed like a typo Monday, which Thompson began averaging 21 points per game — a figure he matched by halftime before really turning up the heat with a 23-point third-quarter explosion that had TNT’s Ernie Johnson likening him to a “human blowtorch.”In the 10th 20-point quarter of his career, Thompson hit eight of nine shots from the field, and seven of eight from deep in eight minutes.He finished 17 for 20 from the field and 10 for 11 from 3-point range (after he missed his last attempt from deep). His 3-point shooting tied Ty Lawson’s mark for shooting percentage for players with at least 10 attempts.“Never hit 10 threes in a row in a game, that’s hard to do,” Thompson said. “I happened to be on one tonight, and I’m happy I was able to do it in front of my family.”“I don’t think the league has seen that,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. “Has anybody ever gone 17 for 20 and 10 for 11? Not in that combination … it was spectacular.”“Pretty incredible,” Green said.Kevin Durant shrugged.“Anything Steph (Curry), Klay, Draymond, even (DeMarcus Cousins) do at this point, it’s kind of expected to me,” Durant said. “When he has a big game, I’m just like, ‘All right, let’s move onto the next one, I’m sure he’ll have another one soon.’ It’s still fun to be out there and watch, but at this point, it’s just expected for me.”To Durant’s point, it was Thompson’s fifth career game with double-digit 3-pointers, which ranks behind only Curry’s 12 such games in NBA history. It also was Thompson’s 13th career 40-plus point game.He joked about what Mychal Thompson’s reaction would be when he saw him after chatting with the media: “He’ll probably tell me good job — and you shoulda had 50. Never good enough for your parents, but that’s life.”And — get this, Lakers dreamers — Klay Thompson also mentioned how much Rocco likes staying at his parents’ home: “He likes the sun.”