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  • Hack-a-Shaq


    The Hack-a-Shaq is named after Shaquille O'Neal.Hack-a-Shaq is a basketball defensive strategy used in the National Basketball Association (NBA), where Dallas Mavericks coach Don Nelson adapted the strategy of committing intentional fouls (originally a clock management strategy) to the purpose of lowering opponents' scoring. He directed players to commit personal fouls throughout the game against selected opponents who shot free throws poorly. Nelson initially used the strategy against Dennis Rodman, the power forward of the Chicago Bulls. However, the strategy acquired its name for Nelson's subsequent use of it against Shaquille O'Neal, the center of the Orlando Magic. A rule change starting in the 2016–17 NBA season put constraints on intentional fouling. Away-from-the-ball fouls committed late in the game award the fouled team not just free throws but possession of the ball.

  • RedHack


    Redhack (Kızıl Hackerlar, Kızıl Hackerlar Birliği), is a Turkish Marxist-Leninst computer hacker group founded in 1997. The group has claimed responsibility for hacking institutions which include the Council of Higher Education, Turkish police forces, the Turkish Army, Türk Telekom, and the National Intelligence Organization and many other websites. The group's core membership is said to number twelve; the leader's pseudonym is MaNYaK. RedHack is the first hacker group which has been accused of being a terrorist organization and is currently one of the world's most wanted hacker groups.

  • Fortnite Battle Royale


    Fortnite Battle Royale is a free-to-play battle royale video game developed and published by Epic Games. It was released as an early access game for Microsoft Windows, macOS, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in September 2017, and for iOS, Nintendo Switch, and Android in 2018. It is a spin-off from Epic's Fortnite: Save the World, a cooperative survival game with construction elements. As a battle royale game, Fortnite Battle Royale features up to a hundred players, either alone, in duos, or in squads of up to four players, attempting to be the last player or group alive by killing other players or evading them, while staying within a constantly shrinking safe zone to prevent taking lethal damage from being outside it. Players start with no intrinsic advantages, and must scavenge for weapons and armor to gain the upper hand on their opponents. The game adds the construction element from Fortnite; players can break down most objects in the game world to gain resources they can use to build fortifications as part of their strategy.

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