On April 20, 2018, Tim Bergling, publicly known as Avicii, passed away near Muscat, Oman. The cause of death, labeled as unknown, was not reportedly due to any criminal action according to the Omani police. Although there is no current physical evidence for the cause of Avicii’s death, many now suspect that the late DJ died from suicide. This conclusion is based on the statement made by his family, that was sent to entertainment new source Variety: “When he stopped touring, he wanted to find a balance in life to be happy and be able to do what he loved most — music. He really struggled with thoughts about Meaning, Life, Happiness. He could not go on any longer. He wanted to find peace.”
If you enjoy break dancing, roller skating, eating pizza, or listening to good music on a Friday night, then here’s a great place to hangout! Super Wheels is bringing back their TV special “It’s Friday Night” to share with the new generation. It will air live from the Super Wheels skating arena on Facebook, livestream, and Youtube. B-boy battles, Jam skate battles, and Pizza-eating contest will take place every Friday and the winning participants will receive prizes.
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During a crucial Game 4 the Philadelphia 76ers were able to defeat the energetic Miami Heat on Saturday, April 21, 2018. The Heat were able to have a better shooting percentage than the Sixers and hold them to just 7 three-pointers in the whole game. This was the kind of game to Miami liking but Philadelphia crushed Miami on the boards and scored 17 more points in free throws than Miami. J.J. Redick scored 24 points to lead Philadelphia to the close 106 – 102 victory over Miami. Dwyane Wade had a game-high 25 points for the Heat off the bench. The Heat now trail the Sixers 3-1 in the NBA playoffs.
The Miami Heat were able to hold off a determined Philadelphia 76ers team last night through the help of Heat legend Dwyane Wade. With a heat franchise record 28 points off the bench, Wade was 11 of 17 from the floor with a crucial mid-range jumper with 45 seconds left to seal the game. The Heat came back with defensive grit after being blown out by 27 points in game 1. The Sixers were held to 20% shooting from three point range. Physicality ruled the nature of this game as the Heat controlled the pace and ball movement. For Philadelphia, Ben Simmons finished the game with 24 points, 9 rebounds, and 8 assists.