NBA Dennis Schr der strong Franz Wagner convinces in Orlando

Boston (/ Bɔstɔ / or / Bɔstɔn /; in English / Bɔstən /) is the capital and the largest city in the state of Massachusetts and the New England area, in northeastern United States. The city has 675,647 inhabitants according to the 2020 federal census office, and the metropolitan area of ​​Boston-Cambridge-Quincy concentrates about 4,628,910, making it the tenth agglomeration of the United States (after Atlanta).
It is the northern megalopoly of Northeastern United States, commonly known as Boswash, which extends from Boston to Washington via New York. The city is crossed by the Charles River, a coastal river flowing into the Boston Harbor, an estuary at the bottom of the Bay of Massachusetts on the banks of which the city was built. New England s Economic and Cultural Center, Boston is known for the excellence of its universities, including Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), located in the neighboring city of Cambridge.

Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States. Founded in 1630 on the Shawmut Peninsula, at the bottom of the Boston Harbor, by English Puritans fleeing the religious persecutions of their country, it quickly developed in the seventeenth century: Harvard University found in 1636. The city. Takes back the name of a small town in northeastern England, and the French call it Baston during the 17th century. Around 1750, it has 15,000 inhabitants and is then the third most populous city of the thirteen colonies. It plays a central role during the American war of independence and is the witness of major events, such as the Boston massacre, Boston s headquarters and the Boston Tea Party (1773). In the 19th century, Italian and Irish immigration provides an important workforce with textile factories and the port sector. During the twentieth century, its economy reclaimed towards finance and high-tech industries, although higher education remains the main economic field.
Finally, the urban landscape of Boston does not look like other American cities: its center has kept many buildings of the colonial era, its streets are not rectilinear and the city reserves many axes to pedestrians or bicycles. The city is divided into many neighborhoods. Back Bay and Beacon Hill are upstream residential neighborhoods. Fenway Kenmore focuses administrations and hosts the city s baseball stadium, the Fenway Park. The center of the city also consists of Downtown – a mixed district where there are as many inhabitants with modest income as the business district (EN) – and Chinatown. Located in New York, which is 306 km southwest, Boston has a large public garden in the heart of the agglomeration: the Boston Common. Faneuil Hall is also one of the most visited buildings in the country.
In 2015, Boston joined the Fab City movement, following the appeal launched by the Mayor of Barcelona, ​​Xavier Trias, that all the cities of the world become self-sufficient for 2054.

Boston in the OT: Hornets run ends thanks to Schröder


The Boston Celtics have started the Charlotte Hornets, with 3-0 to the season, the first defeat added. In the Overtime, the guests were barely stopped and celebrated thanks to a 14: 0 run at the end of a significant 140: 129 victory.

Miles Bridges, freshly chosen player of the week in the Eastern Conference, came to 25 points again, was on the other side but overproof by Jayson Tatum (41 points) and Jaylen Brown (30). Dennis Schröder also knew about 23 counters to convince six rebounds and eight assists. Celtics improved your balance to 2: 2.

Chicago celebrates best season start since 1996

The Chicago Bulls have won a striking game at the Toronto Raptors with 111: 108 and are the only undefeated team in the East. For the traditional franchise from the Windy City is synonymous with the best season start since 1996 – when Michael Jordan still carried the Bulls jersey with the number 23.

In the newly assembled ensemble, the Routinians Demar Derozan (26 points / 4 rebounds / 6 assists) and Zach Lavine (22/4/5) convinced particularly compiled ensemble. For the Raptors Fred Vanvleet in the final second gave the threesome to compensate, Toronto also lost his third home game.

Hartenstein productive for Clippers – Good Wagner can not turn Magic-Launt

At the significant 116: 86 victory of the Los Angeles Clippers against the Portland Trail Blazers, Isaiah Hartenstein was also allowed to involve around 17 minutes and awarded no four throws at that time, only one of two free throws. The German-American Big one contributed a total of good nine points.

Well, the appearance of Franz Wagner, but not crowned by the success. The Berlin ROOKIE scored in the 90: 107 against the Miami Heat 15 points, also collected a steal, two rebounds and four assists. Brother Moritz Wagner came from the bench on only three counters. At the Heat, Jimmy Butler highlighted 36 points and a strong rate (15/21).