It’s here and ready to jam. Space Jam: A New Legacy has gotten another official trailer. Previously, Warner Bros. released a full trailer for the movie providing fans with a peek at the upcoming teamup between LeBron James and the Looney Tunes gang for another high-stakes, partially-animated basketball game. With the premiere looming just over a month ahead, the studio has just dropped another trailer for the anticipated sequel which you can check out below.

The movie is a direct sequel to the 1996 sports movie Space Jam, which saw Michael Jordan and the Tune Squad taking on the

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With the 2021 U.S. Championships in the rearview mirror, the U.S. Olympic gymnastics team picture is getting a bit clearer.

Given her dominance, seven-time U.S. all-around champion Simone Biles is essentially a lock for the Tokyo Olympics, while Jade Carey has mathematically clinched an individual spot (more below).

The complete U.S. Olympic gymnastics team roster will be named at the conclusion of U.S. Olympic Trials (June 24-27 in St. Louis, Missouri).

U.S. OLYMPIC TRIALS SCHEDULE: Women’s Sports on NBC in June 2021

Which gymnasts will compete at U.S. Olympic Trials?

Following the conclusion of the 2021 U.S. National Championships on

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A sign warning hunters to stay off private land is posted alongside a metal sculpture off N.D. Highway 14 in rural Burleigh County.


AMY R. SISK



Nonresident North Dakota landowners aren’t able to directly post their land electronically under a new system, but there is a solution.

The 2021 Legislature passed a law making electronic posting equal to physical posting and penalties, and defining a “fence.” The law also allows only lawful hunters and anglers to access fenced, unposted land, for hunting and fishing activities only.

The online posting system launched in May. More information is at bit.ly/3eVunoQ. North

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Shares of Academy Sports and Outdoors Inc. are soaring in Tuesday premarket trading following the release of stellar first-quarter earnings and a raised outlook for the fiscal year.

For the three months ended May 1, the retailer posted an adjusted income of $182.5 million, or adjusted earnings of $1.89, versus the prior year’s adjusted income of $400,000, or adjusted earnings of 1 cent per share. Wall Street had predicted earnings of 84 cents. Revenues advanced 39.1{482a34b76424617b5d3a0277f042584de6a25db0c4296b01664a4767ca7d299e} to $1.58 billion, compared with consensus bets of $1.51 billion.

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After a strong first quarter paced by apparel and footwear sales, Academy Sports + Outdoors Inc. anticipates healthy back-to-school and holiday 2021 seasons, and high, single-digit-comp sales for the entire year.

“Halfway through the first quarter in 2020 when COVID-19 was shutting everything down, apparel and footwear really slowed down, but we gained that back,” Ken Hicks, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Academy, told WWD. “The good news is because we stayed open during the pandemic, we were able to understand what was selling and wasn’t selling so that enabled us to place the [right] orders for the

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NBC Sports, Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA and Peacock air record coverage of U.S. Olympic Trials for swimming, diving, track and field and gymnastics throughout June.

It includes more than 85 hours, more than 50 of which are in primetime, the most-ever for those combined Olympic Trials.

Swimming: Omaha, Neb.
Wave I — June 4-7
Wave II — June 13-20 (top-seeded swimmers)

Diving: Indianapolis
June 6-13

Track and Field: Eugene, Ore.
June 18-27

Gymnastics: St. Louis
June 24-27

In swimming, the top two per individual event in Wave II are in line to qualify for

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