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3) Miami Heat (48 34): In Hassan Whiteside, Miami has the East’s best rim protector (OK, fine. Second best after Tyler Zeller). In Dwyane Wade and Joe Johnson they have two proven crunch time playoff scorers. It fun to see when they watching the video and hear the coaches talk and they in a drill and you see them do it in the small games.year they talking about new, more detailed skills, nuances about how guys are coming out of turns, where they holding their hands, where their legs are positioned to protect the puck, how to win a puck battle. Years ago it was just y go into that puck battle and be hard, now it got to get to this lane, you got to get your knee out and try to get across their hands. Four years playing for UND, the Castlegar native he childhood friends with Canucks coach Travis Green scored six goals in his first two NHL seasons, 15 games for the Canucks from 1993 to 1995..
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It’s not surprising that something as complex and internalized as human emotion defies easy classification. Humans tend to instinctively draw on other factors, such as body language or tone of voice, to complete their emotional assessments. But the majority of emotion detection AI makes inferences purely on mapping facial positioning, a concept that stems from the work of Paul Ekman, a psychology professor at the University of California at San Francisco.