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Ammo For Weapons

Below are a list of weapons in the game. Each weapon can be replenished with full ammunition by opening up the in-game cheats console and typing “give ____” (minus the quotes), where the underline equals one of the weapon names below on the right.

  • BAR/30cal. – bar
  • Bren LMG – bren
  • Colt.45 – colt
  • FG42 – fg42
  • Kar98k – kar98k
  • Lee-Enfield – enfield
  • Luger – luger
  • M1 Garand – m1garand
  • M1A1 Carbine – m1carbine
  • Mosin Nagant – mosin_nagant
  • MP40 – mp40
  • MP44 – mp44
  • PPSh – ppsh
  • Sniper Kar98k – kar98k_sniper
  • Sniper Mosin-N – mosin_nagant_sniper
  • Springfield – springfield
  • Sten – sten
  • Thompson SMG – thompson

 

 

Level Select

Press Tab and enter these cheats in a single player game.

  • Airfield: map airfield
  • Berlin: map berlin
  • Brecourt: map brecourt
  • Burnville: map burnville
  • Carride: map carried
  • Chateau: map chateau
  • Dam: map dam
  • Dawnville: map dawnville
  • Factory Map: map factory
  • Hurtgen: map hurtgen
  • Pathfinder map pathfinder
  • Pathfinder map pathfinder
  • Pegasusday map pegasusday
  • Pegasusnight map pegasusnight
  • Powcamp map powcamp
  • Railyard map railyard
  • Redsquare map redsquare
  • rocket map rocket
  • sewer map sewer
  • Ship: map ship
  • Stalingrad: map stalingrad
  • Tank drive Country: map tankdrivecountry
  • Tankdrivetown: map tankdrivetown
  • Trainstation: map trainstation
  • Training: map training
  • Truckride: map truckride

 

Cheat List

Place this string +set thereisacow 1337 +set developer 1 +set sv_cheats 1 +set monkeytoy 0 to the end of the command line in the shortcut to the Call of Duty game executable (cod.exe or something like that). Press the tilde key while playing to drop the dev-console to enter cheats.

  • god – Invincibility
  • give all – Get all weapons, items, and ammo
  • give ammo – Refill ammo for all weapons
  • give health – Get full health
  • noclip – Fly through walls
  • notarget – Enemies ignore you

If the game says “sv_cheats are read only” enter setrandom sv_cheats 1 in the console before activating codes. If the game says “cheats are not enabled on this server” enter spdevmap (map name) before activating codes.

 

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Duplication Glitch

Follow these simple steps to duplicate items in Minecraft.

  • Step 1: Put item in your inventory.
  • Step 2: Drop item (More items dropped = more items duplicated)
  • Step 3: Pause and click “Save and Quit To Title”
  • Step 4: Play the world with dropped items
  • Step 5: Pick up items.
  • Step 6: Pause. Wait of the world to save.
  • Step 7: Exit Minecraft.
  • Step 8: Open Minecraft again.
  • Step 9: Enjoy the duplicated items! (Works with diamonds)

How to Back Up Your Minecraft World

The directory on your computer for Minecraft saved worlds and settings differs depending on what OS you’re running.

On Windows: C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft

Take note that the AppData directory is hidden, so be sure to show hidden files from within Folder Options.

On Mac OS: /Users/username/Library/Application Support/minecraft

On Linux: /home/username/.minecraft

The “saves” folder is what you want to back up.

 

Stick to Edge

The Crouch button controls whether you crouch or not. When crouched, your character will stick to an edge if you try to walk off. You simply can’t fall when you do this.

Quick Inventory Drop

When taking the items out of your crafting table or chests, use SHIFT+LEFT CLICK to put the item, with all attached to it, into your inventory. Another way to do this quickly is to left click, then right click, and alternate, but this only works for crafting tables.

Quick Switch to Survival Mode

While in Creative mode you can quickly switch to Survival by just pressing the B key on your keyboard. You can switch back by pressing B again.

Nether Bed Bomb

When in the Nether, a powerful weapon is a bed. Place a bed down and try to use it. It will make a huge explosion.

Make a Snowman

Ever wanted to see a snowman in Minecraft?

Well, you can! These creatures are called Snow Golems. AKA “Snowmans.” Here is how you can easily make one.

1. If you have 1 pumpkin and 2 snow blocks, place a snow block anywhere, and place another one on top of it.

2. After placing the two snow blocks, add the pumpkin on the top.

And then you’ve just made a Snow Golem/Snowman.

Break into the Void

First, create a hole to the Bedrock with a Pickaxe (You may need about 2 for this). Then, Place TNT on the top of the bedrock, all the way up to Layer 127. Explode the TNT, and you’ve made a hole into the Void.

 

Easy Enderman Kill

As of patch 1.8+, Endermen have become available/more common, and they drop Ender Pearls, which might have future use (none except mods now!). Just get their attention (put crosshairs on them), and trick them into falling into shallow water. Endermen are killed by water, as well as the sun!

 

Quick House

Got all of your supplies on the first day, but you don’t have time to make a house? Take a door (3 X 2 Woods), mine a short tunnel into the mountain, and place the door so monsters can’t get in.

All you have to do from there is expand and decorate (if you’re interested.) You can also make an easy mine from this location!

It doesn’t look as nice, but it’s affordable in terms of supplies like wood!)

How to Find Dungeons Easily

To find dungeons easily you need to block yourself in a little room that you can fit in (better 2 blocks high and 1 block wide). Press the F key or the fog key you set to if you did in the options and rapidly press it. It should make everything but your hand disappear for 1 second. Every time the terrain disappears look for a monster spawner. If you see a monster spawner that’s a dungeon. Note: If you are playing version 1.8, if you’re in an abandoned mine it can be a cave spider spawner.

 

Keyboard Command List

Enter these commands on your keyboard for the following effects.

  • ascend – Moves you to the next platform above your position
  • atlantis – Toggles atlantis mode on/off
  • biome – Tells you what biome you are currently in
  • bind {COMMANDPARAMS} – Binds a command to a keyboard button.
  • bindid {ARGS} – Binds a command to a keyboard key using the key id
  • bring [ENTITY] – Brings the specified entity to you.
  • cannon [STRENGTH] – Shoots a primed TNT in the direction you are pointing.
  • chest – Allow access of chests
  • clear – Clears the console
  • clearwater – Toggles water clarity on/off
  • clone [QUANTITY] – Clones the NPC which you are looking at
  • config – Allows you to set the global configuration file as your current configuration
  • confuse [DISTANCE] – Confuses nearby mobs
  • confusesuicide – ?
  • cyclepainting – Cycles through the painting which you are pointing at
  • damage – Turns player damage on/off
  • defuse [all] – Defuses any TNT nearby which has been hit, drops 1 tnt in its place
  • descend – Moves you to the next platform below your position
  • destroy [all] – Destroys the current item
  • difficulty – Sets the difficulty to the specified level (0-3)
  • drops – Turns item drops on/off, having them turned off will make the game run a little bit faster, and also stop your inventory from filling.
  • dropstore – This command transfers everything in your inventory into a chest that it creates next to you.
  • duplicate [all] – Duplicates and drops the currently selected item stack
  • explode [SIZE] – Sets off an explosion in your current location.
  • exterminate [SIZE] – KillNPC with style, kills the NPC you are pointing at
  • extinguish|ext [all] – Puts out all nearby fire (or all fire)
  • falldamage – Turns fall damage on/off
  • firedamage – Turns fire damage on/off
  • flammable [CATCH] [SPREAD] – Sets the specified block at the flammability level
  • fly [SPEED] – Allows you to turn flying mode on/off, speed specified your flying speed
  • freeze – Freezes mobs so that they cannot move or attack you
  • goto – Goto a waypoint
  • grow [all] – Grows all saplings/wheat on the map.
  • heal – Heals a player the specified number of points
  • health – Sets the health of a player to pre-defined figures
  • help [COMMAND] – Gives general help when COMMAND isn’t specified, gives specific help when COMMAND is specified. Same as /h
  • helmet [ITEM] [QTY] [DAMAGE] – Specifies the helmet the player wears
  • home – Teleport to spawn point
  • infiniteitems – Toggles infinite items on/off
  • instantkill – Instantly kills any NPC you hit
  • instantmine – Turns instant mining on/off
  • instantplant [grow] – Instantly plants saplings into the ground, if grow is specified the tree will when instantly grow
  • item [QUANTITY] [DAMAGE] – Gives player item, if quantity isn’t specified maximum amount of that item. Same as /give and /i
  • itemdamage – Turn item damage on/off. This means you will never have to repair an item again
  • itemname – Use this command to discover the itemname and ID of your currently selected item.
  • itemstack [QUANTITY] – Gives the player the specified quantity of maximum item stacks of the item.
  • jump – Moves you from where you are to where your mouse is pointing. Note: This command is buggy and may put you in the block you move to.
  • keepitems – Turn this on and you will keep your items when you die.
  • kill – Kills the current player
  • killall – Kills all of the specified mob type
  • killnpc [all|monster|animal] – Kills all living creatures nearby.
  • light – Turns permanent lighting on and off
  • listwaypoints – Lists all waypoints. Same as /l
  • longerlegs – Makes your legs longer so you can walk up 1 block high
  • macro – Runs a macro
  • maxstack [ITEMID|ITEMNAME|all] [STACKSIZE] – Configures the maximum stack size of that item between 1 and 64.
  • mobdamage – Mobs cannot give you damage
  • msg – This commands adds a message to the console.
  • music [play|pause|skip|stop|VOLUME] – Requests a music track to be played, there is a limitation of at MAX 2 tracks per day. Set the volume by specifying VOLUME.
  • noclip – Turns no clip on/off.
  • output – This just toggles SPC messages on/off, useful for macros/scripts.
  • phelp [COMMAND] – Provides help for plugins
  • platform – Puts a glass square under your feet
  • plugin – Lists all loaded plugins and also allows you to enable/disable plugins
  • pos – Gives current player position. Same as /p
  • reach – Sets the player reach distance.
  • refill [all] – Re-stocks your items in your inventory to the maximum ammount
  • rem – Removes the specified waypoint
  • removedrops [all] – This command removes item drops from the world.
  • rename – Allows you rename a command to a new name
  • repair [all] – Repairs the currently selected item to full health
  • reset – Resets the player settings
  • reskin – Reskins the NPC which you are pointing at to the specified skin
  • return – Moves the player to the last position before teleport
  • ride – Allows you to ride any NPC which you point at
  • sc – Added scripting support (more information coming soon)
  • search – Allows you to search for items using a name
  • set – Mark a waypoint on the world
  • setjump [JUMP|reset] – Sets the height that you jump. Note: Turns fall damage off if the jump is configured to move than 1.
  • setspawn [ ] – Set the current position as the spawn point, if X Y Z are specified sets that position as spawn point
  • setspeed [SPEED|reset] – Sets the speed that the player moves
  • skin – Change your players skin to ANY minecraft player
  • slippery [SLIPPERYNESS] – Makes the specified block slippery
  • spawn [QTY] – Allows you to spawn an individual creature.
  • spawnportal – Spawns a portal nearby the player
  • spawnstack – Spawns the specified creature a few blocks away from your current position (use “/spawn list” to get a list of creature names and codes).
  • superheat [all] – Turns items which are furnace-able into their furnaced form
  • superpunch [DISTANCE|reset] – Hit that NPC with a punch like no other
  • tele – Teleport to X Y Z coordinates. Same as /t
  • time [set|get|day|night [minute|hour|day [TIME]]] – Set and get the time within minecraft.
  • timeschedule > – Sets a period of time (HH:MM format), this will make minecraft always within this time.
  • unbind – Unbinds the specified key from a command.
  • unbindid – Unbinds a command from a keyboard key using the key id
  • useportal – Instantly transfers you to the nether, use it again to go back.
  • waterdamage – Turns water damage on/off
  • weather – Toggles weather on/off
  • world – Allows you to explicitly, have control over your world.
  • world load – Loads the specified FILE, this allows you to play ANY save on your computer, not just World1-5, and can have any name
  • world save – Explicitly saves your game then returns to it
  • world seed [SEED] – Allows you to see and change the seed of the map, so it will generate custom terrain
  • world new [FILENAME] [SEED] – Creates a new map at the specified location
  • world exit – Lets you exit a game without saving (perfect from when a creeper blows something up)
  • world list – Lists all the saves which you can load from “.minecraft/saves”
  • world backup – Allows you to backup your current world into .minecraft/backup

Free Coal

Put white wood and normal wood in the furnace you get charcoal. It’s same as normal Coal.

Keyboard Shortcuts

Here is a list of keyboard shortcuts you can use in Minecraft.

  • F5 – Toggle view
  • F1 – While third person moves the view to the front of your character / While first person makes the tool/hand/etc dissapear, but NOT the landscape
  • F2 – Takes a screenshot
  • F3 – This will bring up x,y, and z coordinates in the upper left-hand corner. X measures how far you move east or west, Y measures how high you are in the world, and Z measures how far you move north and south.
  • F8 – Toggle Cinematic View
  • F10 – Full Screen Toggle

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Infinite Water Supply

There are a lot of reasons that you’ll want to have a Bucket of Water on your hands (fire, building, farming, irritating friends, making a moat, etc.), but it can get really irritating having to run down to the ocean every tie you want some. Follow this quick tutorial, and you can have a small, endlessly full pool of water wherever you want it!

You’ll need an Iron Bucket and the ability to dig into the floor a little.

1. Dig a 2 by Hole in the ground that is 1 square deep

2. Fill your bucket/s with water from the ocean or a lake. You only need 2 deposits, so taking 2 buckets is recommended…

 

Portal Reference

If you bake a cake for the first time in Minecraft, you will receive an achievement titled ‘The Lie’, a reference to Valve’s ‘Portal’ series in which a recurring theme is a cake to be rewarded to you at the end of the game, and the writing on the walls in some secret alcoves saying ‘The cake is a lie.’ many times.

HIM Easter Egg

If you are on a foggy day, look closely. If you are lucky, you may see a person with default skin but with white eyes, dubbed by Notch, ‘Herobrine,’ or simply HIM. You may even (most rare thing you can think of) find him in the Pocket Edition of Minecraft (the only mob).

Samus’ Helmet from Metroid

If you put a pumpkin in the helmet section of your armor your HUD will turn into the HUD of the galactic bounty hunter Samus Aran from Metroid. (No you won’t get any missiles)

How to Get ‘The End’ Achievement

First make sure you have some Eyes of Ender. Then find a stronghold and find the teleporter. Put the eyes in and the portal will be activated. Make sure you have a Diamond sword, bow with at least 100+ arrows. When you teleport there you will see tall Obsidian towers. Go on top of them and destroy all of the pearl looking things. These heal the dragon and getting rid of these is half the battle. Then unload on the dragon with your bow and arrow. When you defeat him he will fly up and explode. A teleporter will drop and you can go through it to watch the Credits and go back to your world.

How to Get ‘The End’ Achievement

Find a dungeon and be sure to have some Eyes of Ender with you, form the portal, go in with your best sword, and then defeat the Ender Dragon Boss. You’ll get an Achievement called The End.

 

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Free-Run

Go to options on your main menu and turn on tutorial mode. Next start your tutorial on the turning tutorial, when you are turning slide your finger the correct way 3 times realy fast so can can run forever. 

Passwords

At the Title Screen enter the code for a effect:
samhines86 – Unlimited Invincibility
rxh7nigh – Unlockable Characters

How to Enter Cheat Codes

How to Enter Cheat Codes for Temple Run

In this situation, we’ve got good news and bad news for those gamers enjoying Temple Run and looking for a quick high-score and an easy run.

The good news is that anyone with a Jailbroken iPhone or iPod Touch can enter codes at anytime by accessing the keyboard on Temple Run‘s title screen.

The bad news is that after update 1.4 (details here) this is the only way to enter these cheat codes. If you’ve still got Temple Run version 1.3, you can still use the cheat codes, but updating beyond that version will lock the ability to enter codes at the title screen.

In case you do have a jailbroken iPhone or iPod touch, you can enter the following two codes:

samhines86 – Invincibility Code

rxh7nigh – Unlocks Extra Characters

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Glitches

Infinite Run

 

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In order to do it, turn on the Tutorial Mode, and start the game. At the very first turn, swipe to the right twice. By doing so, the runner will turn around, and you’ll be able to keep running without moving a finger, since there aren’t any obstacles either.

Infinite Coins Glitch

There is an Infinite Coins Glitch for regular, unhacked iPhones as well as an Infinite Coins Hack for those with iPhones that have been Jailbreak-ed.

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Temple Run Infinite Money Glitch Doesn’t Work The Way You Think It Would

There’s a video circling the web right now that supposedly demonstrates how to earn an infinite amount of coins in Temple Run without hacking or Jailbreaking your iPhone or iPod Touch.
This glitch works, but it doesn’t produce the desired effect.

The trick is to head to options and turn on tutorial mode. Once you’ve turned on tutorial mode, start a run and swipe to the side twice very quickly at the first turn.

This might take several tries, but once you nail it, your character can run forever and rack up a huge score.

So what’s the problem with this? With tutorial mode on, you will not be able to collection any coins or post any high scores. You can totally freak your friends out in person, but you won’t be able to rack up a score that totally trounces anything your friends post.

Sorry to anyone who might have thought this was real! We’ll keep you tuned to any new tricks or tips discovered for Temple Run.

 

Slide Trick

There is a slide trick, You will never look up. Just keep sliding and You won’t minus speed. Watch out though, You wont be able to see anything except trees.

Unlockables

 

Unlockable Characters

There are a number of Unlockable Characters to be discovered in Temple Run, including: Guy Dangerous, Barry Bones, Karma Lee, Scarlett Fox, Montanna Smith, Francisco Montoya and more! Use our Unlockable Characters Guide to unlock them all.

Temple Run Unlockable Characters Guide

Who is the best character to use in Temple Run?

Once you’ve been playing a lot of Temple Run, you’ll probably have amassed quite a few coins. Head to the store and check out some of the unlockable characters to fit your personality and play style.

There are currently (as of 1.4.1) severn characters to choose from. Here’s the rundown:

Guy Dangerous

-Guy Dangerous is “just your average explorer.” As the default character in Temple Run, you’ll probably use Guy the most.

Scarlett Fox

-Scarlett Fox is next up. As a “cunning escape artist” Scarlett is a natural fit for Temple Run. It’ll take 10,000 coins to unlock this character.

Barry Bones

-Barry Bones is a “city cop with an attitude.” You’d think this makes him tougher, but he can easily succumb to monkeys, tree roots, and drop-offs just like any other character. You’ll need 10,000 coins to unlock Barry.

Karma Lee

-Karma Lee is the next unlockable character. At 25,000 coins, you’ll find Karma Lee to be quite the expensive unlock, but with “the fastest legs in the Far East,” it’s probably worth it.

Montana Smith

-Montana Smith probably reminds you of another adventurer. In fact, Temple Run‘s store description says that he is “the second greatest explorer ever.” At 25,000 coins, you’d think you’d unlock the greatest explorer ever, but it’s nice to know Montana Smith doesn’t claim to be anything he’s not.

Francisco Montoya

-Francisco Montoya is a conquistador on the hunt for gold. You’ll have had to be on the hunt for gold for quite some time since it costs 25,000 coins to unlock him.

Zack Wonder

-Zack Wonder is the last unlockable character added to Temple Run. You wouldn’t think a football star would find himself in a jungle temple, but Wonder is there for you to play as if you’ve got 25,000 coins lying around for the unlock.

Stick with GameRevolution because we’ll keep you tuned in to any new characters added to Temple Run in the future.

Hints

 

Resurrect Twice in One Run

Buy two resurrections and once you go 1000m after using the first one, you can use a second one.

Did you know that you can actually use the resurrection item twice in one run? Here’s how to use the powerup for an extremely long run:

1) Make sure you have more than one resurrection power-up in stock. Obviously you’ll need more than one if you’d like to use two in one run.

2) You have to double-tap the resurrection power-up to activate it. The power-up will keep you from dying for a few minutes.

3) Once the wings wear off, you have to run 1000m before using the second resurrection power-up.

With that distance and two resurrections in your run, you’ll definitely hit a high score that you can brag about to your friends.

Achievements

Fulfill the required task to unlock each achievement. There are 22 in total.

1/2 Million Club – Score 500,000 points
1/4 Million Club – Scored 250,000 points
10K Runner – Run 10,000 meters
5K Runner – Run 5,000 meters
Adventurer – Scored 25,000 points
Allergic to Gold – Run 1,000m without collecting any coins
Athlete – Ran 2,500 meters
Double Resurrection – Resurrect twice in one run
Head Start – Use a Head Start
High Roller – Scored 100,000 points
Lump Sum – Collected 500 coins
Mega Bonus – Filled the bonus meter 4x
Million Club – Score 1,000,000 points
Miser Run – Run 500m without collecting any coins
Money Bags – Collected 1,000 coins
Novice Runner – Ran 500 meters
Payday – Collected 750 coins
Piggy Bank – Collected 250 coins
Pocket Change – Collected 100 coins
Resurrection – Resurrect after dying
Sprinter – Ran 1,000 meters
Treasure Hunter – Scored 50,000 points

Walkthroughs

We have the most complete, easy-to-use Temple Run Walkthrough  featuring tips, tricks and more for high scores and tons of coins.

 
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Temple Run Walkthrough and Tips for High Scores

With randomly generate levels and an arcade-like high-score focus, it might be impossible to write a very detailed walkthrough, but there are very simple steps that will help you achieve the highest score possible.

1) Comfort and Control

The easiest way to earn a high score is really a matter of comfort and helping your hand survive a record-setting run. You will absolutely cramp up if you don’t hold your phone properly. With all the tilt control needed to navigate Temple Run‘s twisting platforms, hold your phone improperly will inhibit you from making it through a long run.

Hold your phone with your hand wrapped around it horizontally, with fingers on one side and your thumb on the other. Determine which hand you’re most comfortable swiping side-to-side and up and down with and then hold the phone with the opposite hand.

2) Upgrades

Don’t worry yourself with the character you’re playing as or single-use powerups like the resurrection or boost. Those can come in handy later when you’re really pushing for a leaderboard topping run, but in the beginning, it’s best to upgrade with the coin magnet powerup. Once you’ve got your hands on that, it’ll be easier to horde more and more coins in later runs.

As you progress you should unlock upgrades in the following order: Coin Magnet, Double Value, 50 Coin, Invisibilty, and 250 M Boost.

3) Up or Down

Many of the obstacles that Temple Run would like you to slide under can be jumped over, so it’s a good idea to be prepared to jump more than slide. In fact, a high score is readily attainable if your muscle memory defaults to jumping over more obstacles than sliding under.

Also remember that until you reach extremely high distances, Temple Run will not mix up the obstacles one right after the other. Basically if you see roots, expect more roots in the short term. If you see flames, the same can be said.

4) Money Can’t Buy Life

While the resurrection single-use powerup might actually refute that claim, it stands to reason that you should be much more concerned with your well-being in Temple Run than with the coins that might stray from the center of the path.

It can be tempting to make a big effort to tilt your phone side to side to grab the odd strand of coins, but in reality, there’s more profit in a longer run than there is in those distractions. If you’re really interested in earning a ton of dough, focus on the obstacles in front of you and stick to the middle path (unless the middle path is missing).

Once you’ve got the double coins upgrade, this advice will really ring true as the more valuable coins don’t appear until after 1500 meters.

5) Purposely Trip

Reader Ross writes in to add to our Temple Run tips:

Later as the player starts to move much faster you can actually trip on purpose to slow yourself down. Trip twice and the monkeys will catch you, so you have to be careful. There are two easy ways to trip. Don’t avoid the smaller tree root, walk right over it or swipe to turn without being at a turn. This only works on the paths that have edges that keep you from falling off.

Thanks for the extra tip Ross! If you’ve got a tip be sure to send them to daniel@gamerevolution.com and we’ll add them to our Temple Run guide!

 

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Tips

 

  • Join a Clan – Once the clan castle is rebuilt you can officially join a clan and battle to win more goodies against other users. Then attack with friends and you can take on targets that otherwise might be out of your range. Keep in mind you’ll hit harder but you also have to supply troops to support others, and it’s important to coordinate any attacks, particularly if your clan plans to place competitively.

  • More Clan People – In order to invite your Facebook or Game Center friends, your friend must first play Clash of Clans, connect to Game Center or Facebook with their account and have rebuilt their Clan Castle. After this, you can see your friend in the Friends menu, where you can tap their name and choose Invite from the context menu. Inviting from global chat works in a similar way: tap a player’s message, and choose Invite from the context menu.
  • Shield – The Shield prevents other people from attacking you for a period of time. You lose the shield when the time runs out, or when you attack another player. When your village is destroyed by an enemy attack, you automatically get a new shield for 12 hours. You can also purchase longer lasting shields from the shop. Also keep in mind that if you do not have an active shield and you exit the game, your village will be vulnerable to attacks from other players. The attacking player will be able to steal some of your resources, but never all of them. You can protect your village with defensive buildings, walls and traps, or by buying a new shield form the shop. Terrain obstacles and the edge of the map do not stop attacking units!
  • Smart Building – When you build your village, build all your structures close together. It gives you an edge in defending your villages.  If your village is compact, your turrets will be able to defend more buildings at once. Check out our Defensive Strategy Guide for more tips.

 

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Beginner’s Tips

  • First Timers – Don’t worry, your buildings will come back.  You don’t have to worry about actually losing anything structural – only gold and elixir.  When you log back onto the game, you’ll see that you’ve been attacked, lots of buildings will be in ruin, and in about 20 seconds, they will have “powered back up” and you’re off and running again.
  • Watch your grid – After you place an item on the screen, you’ll see a highlighted area around your village.  This is an area the enemy cannot start within so be sure you don’t leave any holes by placing structures too far apart.
  • The edge won’t save you – Buidling your village close the edge of the screen doesn’t stop attackers from starting in the surrounding green area.  You still have to defend from all directions.
  • Huddle – Build your village close together to take advantage of keeping all things under protection of your weapons. Ensure that you have different types of weapons covering each other in case you’re attacked from the ground or the air (e.g., canon = ground, air defense = air, and archers = both.)

Intermediate Guide

  • Power in numbers – Once you’ve rebuilt your clan castle and joined a clan, be sure to fill it by requesting troop donations before you log off. While soilders in your army camps are only good for attacking, the troops in the clan castle can also defend your village. When you select the clan castle, you’ll see a threshold radius appear (much like with other weapons) that shows you when those troops will be deployed. Take advantage of the extra troops for defense. It’s one of the big benefits in being in a good clan.
  • Sacrafice the Town Hall – If you’ve already got your third builder and you’re not part of one of the top clans, you’re probably not that concerned with trophies and are more interested in farming for gold and elixir. By placing the Town Hall outside of your walls you’ll make it enticing for attackers to go after it. When they destroy it, it will give them an automatic victory with one star. It will also give you an automatic shield. Your goal here is to protect the gold and elixir storage and not worry about wins and losses. Once you’ve built a killer base, you can worry about going for the trophies.
  • 40% destroyed is 100% good – Place non gold and elixir holding (storage, mines, and pumps) outside your walls to allow them to be destroyed. Much like destroying the Town Hall, if the attacker destroys 40% of your buildings, you’ll get a longer shield without actually giving up any resources.

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Pro Tips

 

  • Train your next army – Before you log off, fill up your army camps with an attacking army.  The game used to kill those troops if the base was destroyed during an attack but now they will all survive the attack.  You might as well invest as much elixir into a usable set of troops as you can.
  • Stock up – Also, once your camps are full, train as many wallbreakers as you can in each barrack.  While they’re not the most expensive, they are the most expensive per housing space (i.e., level 5 wallbreaker = 3,000 for 1 housing space so 3k/space and a level 3 P.E.K.K.A = 50,000 for 25 housing spaces, so 2k/space.)  This will take elixir out of play for raiding armies who can only go after your pumps and storage. You can untrain them when you return to get the borrowed elixir back in your storages to spend elsewhere.
  • Move and Make – One of the coolest features in this game is the ability move buildings, thus re-arranging your vilage, after you have made it. Use it make the best possible defense for your village.

 

Related: Defense Strategies for Clash of Clans
  • Gems – Save your gems for important purchases. Don’t spend gems to shorten your timer, since one timer will just be replaced by another. Early on it will be tempting to use gems left and right to hurry up the process of building and training.  This only gets “worse” over time as things take longer and longer to complete.  The game is designed to play on your impatience and get you to buy more gems (with real money).  While you can get more gems by clearing your area (trees, rocks, etc.), it’s only a few at a time.  Hang on to your gems.  Also, check out our guide on how to get more gems.

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How to get more gems

Gems are precious in the game. There are a few ways to get additional gems.

Clear the Field

When you remove obstacles like trees, rocks, and bushes from your field, you will occasionally find gems under those items.

Achievements

Hitting certain milestones in the game will reward you with additional gems.  A few examples are building bigger gold coffers, unlocking dragons, blowing up walls and builder’s huts. You can see a list of achievements by clicking the girl’s face in the upper left of the screen.

  • Nice and Tidy – One example is clearing the field (mentioned above) will both net you more gems in the process as well as get you a mass reward when you hit certain milestone counts (e.g., clearing 500 will get you 20 gems.)
  • Sweet Victory! – If you win 1250 trophies in multiplayer battles, you’ll get 450 gems. Add that to another 50 you get/keep on your own and you can afford a 3rd builder.

 

Buy Them

Obviously, this is how SuperCell makes its money.  These are the in-app purchases that keeps this game at the top of the charts.  While some people are adamantly opposed to micro-transactions, if this FREE game gives you a reasonable amount of fun, why not give $5 to the developer to keep it going and you get a little boost in the game.  Also, if you’re one that can’t stay away from buying gems, go ahead and make a bigger purchase upfront as the per gem cost is cheaper.  Lots of players will buy them $5 at a time instead of just bitting the bullet and getting more value.

  • 500 gems = $4.99
  • 1200 gems = $9.99
  • 2500 gems = $19.99
  • 6500 gems = $49.99
  • 14000 gems = $99.99
  • Quick tips on gaming: Set up a mortar for really effective firepower – it packs a massive punch.
  • A really highly upgraded cannon is a deadly thing, but make sure you keep it protected from aerial attacks with a tower.
  • Don’t bother waiting for troops to destroy walls – blow them up instead. It’s quicker and you won’t waste unnecessary numbers of troops doing so.
  • You can always help yourself wih in-app purchase.

 

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Online NBA list – The 25 Best Players 2015

2015 NBA List
By Chris Yuscavage

 

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Back in February, we put together a list of the 25 best players in the NBA at the time. And looking at it today, there are at least one or two guys on that list who don’t belong anywhere near a collection of the best players in the NBA right now. For example, Roy Hibbert, who landed at No. 25? After what we saw from him in the NBA Playoffs last season, no. Just no. There are also a few players like Anthony Davis, who landed at No. 11 in February, who have clearly improved a lot in the offseason and deserve to be ranked even higher this time around. And of course, there are a couple other players, including Derrick Rose, who were left off the list last season due to injuries. But they deserve to be on it today.

Isn’t that one of the things that’s so great about the NBA? In a matter of just months, players can shoot up “best player” lists or fall off of them completely due to poor play (or in some cases, injuries, which why you unfortunately won’t find Paul George, who was No. 3 on the list in February, on the list now). It leads to endless amounts of debate amongst NBA fans and makes it important for people to stay up on what’s going on within the league at all times.

As we prepare to tip off the 2014-15 NBA season later this week, here’s our list of The 25 Best Players in the NBA Right Now. Let the arguments begin…

25. Kobe Bryant

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Team: Los Angeles Lakers
2013-14 Stats: 13.8 PPG, 4.3 RPG, 6.3 APG, 1.2 SPG (only played six games due to injury)

At 36, Kobe clearly isn’t the player that he used to be at the start of his career. Hell, he’s probably not even the player he was two years ago before a series of leg injuries sidelined him and forced everyone to wonder whether or not he’d ever be able to play at a high level again. But if nothing else, Kobe is determined right now. Determined to show NBA fans that he can play for between 30 and 40 minutes every night. Determined to prove that he’s still got a little bit of gas left in the tank. And determined to score 593 points to pass Michael Jordan on the NBA’s all-time scoring list.

Kobe’s not going to lead the Lakers to a championship this season. And he probably won’t even lead them to the playoffs. But he will give us a reason to watch the Lakers again, which is something that we avoided at all costs last season. Kobe is back, and the NBA is better for it.

24. Kawhi Leonard

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Team: San Antonio Spurs
2013-14 Stats: 15.8 PPG, 7.7 RPG, 2.5 APG, 2.1 SPG

When the Spurs swingman first came into the league, he was known primarily for his defense and his ability to rebound the basketball. His offensive skills were an afterthought and there weren’t many people who thought he would develop into a reliable scorer for San Antonio. But after a pretty solid showing in the 2013 NBA Finals, Leonard proved his doubters wrong by shooting 61.8 percent from the field during the 2014 NBA Finals and winning the Finals MVP award while leading the Spurs to a 4-1 series win over the Heat.

At just 22, Leonard is only going to get better, too. He’ll be relied upon to score more this season and, once he beats the lingering eye infection that has kept him out of most of the preseason this year, we fully expect him to pick up where he left off last season with the Spurs.

23. Dirk Nowitzki

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Team: Dallas Mavericks
2013-14 Stats: 21.7 PPG, 6.2 RPG, 2.7 APG, 0.9 SPG

Now that he’s 36, Nowitzki is finding that he’s unable to do some of the things that he used to do on the court. He has struggled with injuries in recent years and can’t play as many minutes as he did a few seasons ago. But that doesn’t mean that he can’t be an effective player anymore. He has reportedly worked on making his shot release even quicker than it already was, which will make it difficult for opponents to defend him. He is trying to incorporate a sky hook into his arsenal, which would just be unfair to the opposition. And thanks to the offseason addition of Chandler Parsons to the Mavericks roster, Nowitzki won’t have to worry about shouldering the load for Dallas anymore. So he should continue to produce for Dallas, even though he’s clearly entering the twilight of his career.

22. Chris Bosh

 
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Team: Miami Heat
2013-14 Stats: 16.2 PPG, 6.6 RPG, 1.1 APG, 1.0 BPG

With LeBron James in Cleveland now and Dwyane Wade still struggling to get 100 percent healthy, the Heat are Bosh’s team. They gave him a huge max contract this summer and he’s going to be expected to put up max contract numbers. We fully expect him to do it, too. If you remember, he averaged a career high 24.0 points and 10.8 rebounds in his final season with the Raptors back in 2009-10. So he’s more than capable of filling out the stat sheet, especially if he gets as many touches as he’s expected to get. Don’t be surprised at all if he ends up much, much higher on this list towards the end of the season.

21. Rajon Rondo

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Team: Boston Celtics
2013-14 Stats: 11.7 PPG, 5.5 RPG, 9.8 APG, 1.3 SPG (only played 30 games due to injury)

Rondo’s season is already off to a bit of a rough start. He sustained a wrist injury in the preseason that limited him and it could keep him out for the first few games of the regular season. But he’s still going to end up having a solid season for two reasons: One, he’s in a contract year, which means that, if he wants to get paid next summer, he’s going to have to produce on the court this year and prove that he’s still an elite point guard in the league. And two, the Celtics don’t have enough talent surrounding Rondo for him to take nights off.

As soon as Rondo takes the court this season, he’s going to have to score, distribute the ball, and help teach the Celtics young roster how to win. It’s going to be a tall task, but after missing more than half the season last year with an injury, we’re betting he’s up for it.

20. Marc Gasol

 
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Team: Memphis Grizzlies
2013-14 Stats: 14.6 PPG, 7.2 RPG, 3.6 APG, 1.3 BPG

Even though he sustained a knee injury last November that prevented him from playing in more than 20 games for the Grizzlies, Gasol’s numbers were respectable. But it’s what he was able to do during Memphis’ first-round playoff series against the Thunder that really impressed us. He averaged 17.3 points, 7.7 rebounds, 4.4 assists, and 1.7 steals per game and helped the Grizzlies come thisclose to knocking off Kevin Durant & Co. And while they didn’t end up doing it, there’s no reason to think that Gasol and the Grizzlies can’t make yet another trip to the playoffs this season, especially if he’s able to stay healthy and continue to do what he was doing at the end of last year.

19. Joakim Noah

 
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Team: Chicago Bulls
2013-14 Stats: 12.6 PPG, 11.3 RPG, 5.4 APG, 1.5 BPG

Noah is the heart and soul of the Bulls roster. Derrick Rose might be the electric point guard who makes all of the SportsCenter highlights, and Taj Gibson might be the guy who gets credit for throwing down big dunks and putting opposing players on posters. But Noah is a guy who can and will do anything for his team. And if the Bulls are going to make a deep playoff run this season, as many people are predicting, they’re going to need Noah to put up the same kind of numbers that he did last season.

18. Kyrie Irving

 
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Team: Cleveland Cavaliers
2013-14 Stats: 20.8 PPG, 3.6 RPG, 6.1 APG, 1.5 SPG

On a personal level, Irving’s first three seasons in Cleveland were solid. He averaged more than 20 points per game, showed glimpses of greatness by hitting several big shots—including one game-winner during his rookie season against the Celtics—and became a YouTube/Vine sensation. But the wins were few and far between for his team.

That will not be a problem this season, now that Cleveland has surrounded Irving with Kevin Love and LeBron James. And while it might cause some of his stats to dip (he shouldn’t expect to average 20 per night anymore), Irving is going to be put in charge of trying to run new Cavs coach David Blatt’s offense and asked to help the team gel as a unit. If he’s successful, he’ll likely end up being much higher on this list by the time the playoffs roll around.

17. DeMarcus Cousins

 
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Team: Sacramento Kings
2013-14 Stats: 22.7 PPG, 11.7 RPG, 2.9 APG, 1.3 BPG

The average fan who doesn’t get the chance to catch many Kings games probably only knows one thing about Cousins: The guy picks up a ton of technical fouls (he was tied for the lead league with 16 last season). But he’s determined not to pick up as many this year—he’s made it his goal to “only” pick up five Ts—and that’s trouble for opposing teams because when Cousins is on the court and playing well, he’s easily one of the best centers in the league.

Cousins can score. He defends well. He brings a toughness that very few other NBA players have. And as he proved this summer when he helped Team USA win a gold medal at the 2014 FIBA World Cup, he does know how to win, which is something that the Kings want to start to do. If Cousins continues to make progress on the court, those wins should start coming more regularly soon.

16. John Wall

 
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Team: Washington Wizards
2013-14 Stats: 19.3 PPG, 4.1 RPG, 8.8 APG, 1.8 SPG

After several disappointing seasons with the Wizards, Wall, Bradley Beal, and Nene finally made some noise in the Eastern Conference last season. Part of that was because the Wiz had the right blend of talent on their team for the first time since Wall joined Washington’s roster. But the fact that Wall averaged careers highs in points and assists and the fact that he played in all 82 games last year also played a big part in it.

After receiving a max contract from Washington, Wall proved that he could play with any point guard in the NBA and also won the NBA Slam Dunk Contest to boot. Not bad for a guy who had everyone wondering whether or not he was worth his max deal last year.

15. Damian Lillard

 
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Team: Portland Trail Blazers
2013-14 Stats: 20.7 PPG, 3.5 RPG, 5.6 APG, 0.8 SPG

It’s kind of hard to believe that most people had no idea who Lillard even was as recently as two years ago. The former Weber State point guard burst onto the scene during his rookie campaign in 2012-13 and, last year, he continued his growth as a player and helped guide the Blazers to the second round of the NBA Playoffs, capping off their first-round series against the Rockets with a game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer. And this summer, he got all the motivation that he needed to work hard to get even better when Team USA cut him before the start of the 2014 FIBA World Cup.

“It was them telling me that I wasn’t good enough,” he said last month. “I’ve always been one to throw wood on the fire any time I got the opportunity. Once I was turned away from making that team, I basically took it as, ‘You’re not good enough.’ That was just another reason for me to go back and keep trying to improve as a player.”

Translation: This year should be even better for Lillard than last year was. And that should scare some opposing players.

14. Dwight Howard

 
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Team: Houston Rockets
2013-14 Stats: 18.3 PPG, 12.2 RPG, 1.8 APG, 1.8 BPG

More of the same. Those four words can pretty much sum up Howard’s 2013-14 NBA season. Did he put up impressive numbers by averaging more than 18 points and 12 rebounds? Of course. But they are pretty much the same numbers that Howard has averaged for his entire career and, while they look good on paper, they didn’t result in the kind of team success in the NBA Playoffs that we’d expect from a squad with Howard on it.

That being said, Hakeem Olajuwon went on the record recently and said that Howard should be an MVP candidate this season. He’s spent a lot of time working with him and feels that he’s ready to make a big leap. Will it happen? That’s TBD. But it’d sure be nice to see Howard do even more than he’s done in past years.

13. Tony Parker

 
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Team: San Antonio Spurs
2013-14 Stats: 16.7 PPG, 2.3 RPG, 5.7 APG, 0.5 SPG

Because he flourishes in the Spurs system and because he’s surrounded by so many talented players, TP doesn’t always get the respect that he deserves. In fact, if we asked you to sit down and make a list of the best point guards in the NBA, we’re guessing that you’d write down names like Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook, Derrick Rose, Kyrie Irving, and more before you even thought about Parker’s name.

But Parker continues to do what he’s always done in San Antonio, which is run Gregg Popovich’s offense, come up big in clutch situations, and help the Spurs make championship runs. He’s only 32, too, which means that he’s still got a life left in his legs. And as long as Popovich continues to give him as much rest as possible during the regular season—he averaged less than 30 minutes per game last season—he’s going to be ready to roll when the playoffs come around.

12. Derrick Rose

 
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Team: Chicago Bulls
2013-14 Stats: 15.9 PPG, 3.2 RPG, 4.3 APG, 0.5 SPG (only played 10 games due to injury)

Can Derrick Rose stay healthy this season? No, really, can he? If he can, then it looks like he will once again be a legitimate MVP candidate. He’s certainly looked every bit as quick and effective in the preseason as he was prior to the string of knee injuries that he suffered in recent years. But his health will always be an issue and, until he proves that he’s going to be able to make it through an entire season without getting hurt, there will always be some skepticism surrounding him. Look for his skeptics to fuel him, though, and if he does stay healthy, we predict that Rose is going to work his way up this list as the season goes on.

11. Kevin Love

 
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Team: Cleveland Cavaliers
2013-14 Stats: 26.1 PPG, 12.5 RPG, 4.4 APG, 0.8 SPG

Love’s numbers suggest that he should be much higher on this list. You won’t find many other guys, er, any other guys who average more than 26 points and 12 rebounds here. But the former Timberwolves star has accepted a new challenge this season by teaming up with Kyrie Irving and LeBron James in Cleveland. And that’s exactly what it’s going to be—a challenge.

Love isn’t going to be “the man” anymore, which means he’s going to have to find ways to score that don’t disrupt the flow of the Cavs’ offense. He’s also going to have to learn to play with fellow superstars and, maybe most importantly of all, he’s going to have to learn how to win. He didn’t do it often in Minnesota, but he’s going to have to do it in Cleveland if he wants to continue to be mentioned amongst the NBA’s greats.

10. LaMarcus Aldridge

 
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Team: Portland Trail Blazers
2013-14 Stats: 23.2 PPG, 11.1 RPG, 2.6 APG, 1.0 BPG

Do you remember how good Aldridge looked in Game 1 of the Blazers’ first-round playoff series against the Rockets last April? He scored 46 points and grabbed 18 rebounds while absolutely dominating Dwight Howard from various points on the floor. His mid-range jumper was on. He was money down on the block. And he ran the pick-and-roll with Damian Lillard to perfection.

It was a coming of age moment, and it’s how we expect Aldridge to play all the time this season, especially since it’s a contract year for him. He might not be able to drop 30 or 40-plus points every night. But with Lillard becoming more and more of a threat for Portland, Aldridge should be able to consistently score the ball whenever he wants to do it.

9. James Harden

 
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Team: Houston Rockets
2013-14 Stats: 25.4 PPG, 4.7 RPG, 6.1 APG, 1.6 SPG

Sometime over the course of the year, someone realized, “Hey, James Harden doesn’t play very good defense,” and made a YouTube video to illustrate it. Truth be told, Harden has never played particularly good defense—and worse, he’s never really shown an interest in playing good defense—but once that YouTube video and subsequent YouTube videos started to surface, people started to ask Harden about his defense. And they’ve asked him so much that, at some point, he’s going to have to take a good hard look in the mirror and figure out how he wants to address his defensive shortcomings.

In the meantime, the good thing is that Harden doesn’t struggle to put up points and he’s going to continue to knock down big threes, drive the lane for buckets, and find ways to score. If he wants the Rockets to be a true contender, though, he’s going to need to fix his defensive issues. It’s the only thing preventing him from landing closer to the top of this list.

8. Russell Westbrook

 
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Team: Oklahoma City Thunder
2013-14 Stats: 21.8 PPG, 5.7 RPG, 6.9 APG, 1.9 SPG

As long as Kevin Durant is on the Thunder, Westbrook can not going to win an MVP award. Or can he?

This season, Westbrook is going to have to play at least a month—and probably longer—without Durant, who suffered a foot injury in the preseason. And that’ll give him the chance to prove how important he is to the Thunder. Westbrook insists he’s not going to approach the game any differently than he already does. But expect to see his scoring average go up and to see him try to become even more of a leader than he already is. He might not come out and admit it, but this is a huge opportunity for him and we wouldn’t be surprised at all if he made the most of it and threw his name into the MVP discussion at the start of the season.

7. Stephen Curry

 
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Team: Golden State Warriors
2013-14 Stats: 24.0 PPG, 4.3 RPG, 8.5 APG, 1.6 SPG

During the offseason, Curry said he thinks his offensive game is better than LeBron James’ offensive game. And while we wouldn’t quite go that far—if he wanted to, LeBron could definitely average more than 40 points per game—Curry does have an offensive game that’s better than just about anyone else in the league.

Curry can shoot, he can create his own shots, he can make you pay for fouling him by knocking down shots at the free throw line, and when he’s not scoring, he can dish the ball with the best of them. His 8.5 assists per game last season were a career best and gave him the sixth-highest assist average in the league. Bottom line: Curry does everything his team needs on the offensive end of the ball. And now that he’s reportedly made it his mission to get better on the defensive side of the ball, too, he’s only going to become that much better of a player moving forward.

6. Anthony Davis

 
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Team: New Orleans Pelicans
2013-14 Stats: 20.8 PPG, 10.0 RPG, 1.6 APG, 2.8 BPG

Recently, USA TODAY Sports conducted a poll with 27 NBA general managers and asked them which player they would pick to start an NBA franchise if they could choose from anyone in the league right now. Sixteen of them picked LeBron James, seven chose Kevin Durant, one settled on Tim Duncan, and three—yes, three—said that they’d want Davis. And while we were initially surprised by that, it makes sense.

Davis is a 6-foot-11 freak of nature who can run the floor, shoot the ball, cover anyone that you ask him to, and patrol the paint as well as any other center in the league. And did we mention that he’s only 21, which means that the best is yet to come? We aren’t ready to slide him into the top-five—yet—but if he continues to trend in the direction that he’s been trending in recently, Davis is going to make three GMs look like the smartest men in the NBA.

5. Chris Paul

 
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Team: Los Angeles Clippers
2013-14 Stats: 19.1 PPG, 4.3 RPG, 10.7 APG, 2.5 SPG

It’s fun to argue about who the best point in the NBA is. But really, is it even a debate? There’s CP3, and then there’s every one else. There are other guys who do things better than him. For instance, Russell Westbrook and John Wall can dunk the ball better than him, while Stephen Curry is obviously a much better shooter than the Clippers point guard.

But no one makes their teammates better quite like CP3. No one brings the type of leadership that he does, either. And no one plays the brand of tenacious defense that he does when he really buckles down and commits himself to doing it (remember what he did to Kevin Durant during the NBA Playoffs last year?). It’s why he continues to be the model of what an NBA point guard should be year after year.

4. Carmelo Anthony

 
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Team: New York Knicks
2013-14 Stats: 27.4 PPG, 8.1 RPG, 3.1 APG, 1.2 SPG

Last month, Carmelo revealed that he believes he’s the “most underrated superstar” in the NBA. We don’t necessarily agree with that, but we do think he’s underrated in one regard: People aren’t really wowed by what he’s able to do anymore.

Does Carmelo put up 25 points per game? Yes. Does he consistently hit shots that no one else can? Yes. Is he capable of dropping 50 on any given night? Yes. But it’s almost become so routine that people aren’t impressed by it when he does it now.

So what does he need to do to change that? Win some playoff games. And now that Carmelo has Phil Jackson in his corner, that’s exactly what he should be able to do in the coming years. With a little luck, it’ll start this year. But even if it doesn’t, you should once again expect Carmelo to be one of the biggest offensive threats in the league, even if it doesn’t necessarily excite you as much as it should.

3. Blake Griffin

 
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Team: Los Angeles Clippers
2013-14 Stats: 24.1 PPG, 9.5 RPG, 3.9 APG, 1.2 SPG

We’re still sort of amazed by what BG was able to do last season. After spending his first few years in the NBA dunking just about every ball that came his way, he spent the summer of 2013 working on his post moves and his mid-range jumper. And all that work resulted in a significant increase in Griffin’s scoring average. He still dunked—a lot—last season, but he also found other ways to score the basketball, which allowed his average to jump from 18.0 PPG during the 2012-13 season to 24.1 PPG last year. Last February, he even had a stretch of games that saw him score more than 35 points on five different occasions.

Early indications from the preseason are that BG might try incorporating a three-point shot into his arsenal. But even without it, he’s transformed himself into a much more complete player in a very short amount of time. And as long as he continues to make progress, the Clippers are going to be a real threat to make a run to the NBA Finals every year.

2. Kevin Durant

 
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Team: Oklahoma City Thunder
2013-14 Stats: 32.0 PPG, 7.4 RPG, 5.5 APG, 1.3 SPG

Everybody knows what KD can do. He can score in bunches. He can take over games whenever he wants. He can find open teammates. He can knock down free throws. And he can electrify the crowd in Oklahoma City. But this season is going to be all about what KD can’t do. Specifically, he can’t play for at least eight to 12 weeks because of a small broken bone in his foot, which is going to limit him in a lot of ways and make it difficult for the Thunder to contend in the Western Conference, at least for the first month or two of the season.

After that, it’s going to be all about how quickly KD can catch up and whether or not he can stay healthy once his foot heals. If he can, then he should have no trouble returning to the MVP form he achieved last year, because we know what he can do when he’s on the court. But right now, it’s all about doing whatever he can to get back there.

1. LeBron James

 
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Team: Cleveland Cavaliers
2013-14 Stats: 27.1 PPG, 6.9 RPG, 6.3 APG, 1.6 SPG

The truth of the matter is that, if KD was healthy right now, he would be a strong contender for the No. 1 slot on this list. After all, he is the reigning NBA MVP and, at this point, the Thunder would probably be a safer bet to make the 2015 NBA Finals than the Cavaliers, which would give KD a slight edge. But since he isn’t healthy and it’s unclear when he’ll be back in the lineup, LeBron is, hands down, the best player in the NBA right now.

Even though we expect some growing pains for him, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Love this season, we also expect LeBron to continue to put up somewhere in the range of 27 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists every night. It’s what we’ve come to know and love about LeBron and what makes him the most dominant all-around player in the NBA. The King’s throne is safe…for now.

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Distance selling for Online businesses

Online and distance selling for businesses

 

Overview

You must provide certain information for your customers if you’re selling goods online, through digital TV, by mail order or by phone, text message or fax.

Before an order is placed

All distance sellers must follow certain rules before and after an order is placed.

You must display information such as:

  • your business name and contact details
  • a description of your goods or services
  • the price, including all taxes
  • how a customer can pay
  • delivery arrangements, costs and how long goods will take to arrive
  • the minimum length of their contract
  • conditions for terminating contracts
  • information about the customer’s right to cancel within 14 days

You must tell the customer if they will be responsible for paying for the return of goods if they cancel. If you don’t, they’re not liable for the costs.

After an order is placed

You must get in touch with your customer in writing after an order is placed and before the goods or services have been delivered.

You must tell them:

  • details of what they have purchased
  • the total cost
  • arrangements for delivery
  • the minimum duration of any contract and arrangements for terminating the contract
  • how and when they can cancel an order and who pays for returning goods
  • an address where complaints can be sent
  • any guarantees or after-sales services you offer
  • conditions for terminating contracts
  • any helpline call charges that are more than calling an 01, 02 or 03 number, or a mobile or free number

There are extra rules if you’re selling online or selling overseas.

Sale of Goods Act

All businesses that supply goods, including online and distance sellers, must follow the ‘Sale of Goods Act’.

You could be classed as a trader if you sell goods or services. If you’re trading, you’re self-employed.

 

Selling online

As well as the general rules for distance selling, there are some extra rules for selling online.

You must:

  • list the steps involved in a customer placing an order
  • acknowledge receipt of any orders electronically as soon as possible
  • take reasonable steps to allow customers to correct any errors in their order
  • let customers know what languages are available to them
  • make sure customers can store and reproduce your terms and conditions, ie these can be downloaded and printed off
  • give your email address
  • give your VAT number (if your business is registered for VAT)
  • give clear prices and delivery costs for your products

You could be classed as a trader if you sell goods or services. If you’re trading, you’re self-employed.

 

Selling overseas

As well as the general rules for distance selling, there are some extra rules for selling overseas.

Selling within the EU

You must charge VAT to EU customers if you’d do the same for customers in the UK.

Selling outside of the EU

You must not charge VAT for customers outside of the EU. Instead, fill out a customs declaration when you ship the products.

You must keep ‘proof of export’ if you sell to customers outside of the EU. This includes:

  • the customer’s order – including their name, VAT number and delivery address
  • internal correspondence
  • sales invoices
  • advice notes
  • packing lists
  • commercial transport documents
  • details of insurance or freight charges
  • bank statements
  • consignment notes
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Renting a UK business property and tenant responsibilities

When renting a property for your business, you have some responsibilities by law – but most will depend on what it says in the lease.

Health and safety

You must carry out a health and safety risk assessment in the workplace and take action to remove any hazards.

You’ll normally be responsible for:

You’re also responsible for providing:

  • a reasonable temperature
  • enough space, ventilation and lighting
  • toilets and washing facilities
  • drinking water
  • safe equipment

The Health and Safety Executive’s ‘Workplace health, safety and welfare: a short guide’ has more details.

Your landlord is responsible for any aspects of health and safety written in the lease (eg in communal areas). You must take reasonable steps to make sure your landlord fulfils these responsibilities.

If you get into a dispute with your landlord, you need to keep paying rent – otherwise you may be evicted.

If you don’t follow health and safety rules

You can be prosecuted if you don’t follow health and safety rules.

The main law covering health and safety at work in the UK is the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974.

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and local councils are responsible for making sure you follow the law.

Repairs and maintenance

Your lease should say who is responsible for repairs and maintenance of the property.

Moving out

When you move out, you may have to pay for certain repairs, or return the property to the state it was in when you first rented it. The repairs you’ll need to make are called ‘dilapidations’ and should be written in the lease.

Any responsibility that isn’t mentioned in the lease will usually be yours as the tenant.

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Business support helplines- online business

Get business support and advice over the phone.

Help on starting and running a business

Business Support Helpline
Telephone: 0300 456 3565
Textphone: 0208 742 8620
Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm

Business Wales Helpline
Telephone: 0300 060 3000
Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm

Business Gateway (Scotland)
Telephone: 0845 609 6611
Textphone: 0141 952 7053
Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm

Invest Northern Ireland
Telephone: 0800 181 4422
Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm

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Help on starting to export or increasing your export business

UK Trade and Investment
Telephone: 0207 215 5000
Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

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