BASKETBALL NOW

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Basketball NOW is the premier basketball app, completely re-designed with new live tile push notifications! Beautifully metro designed, now with Windows Phone 8 small tiles and animated wallpapers to choose from. No other sports app will allow MULTIPLE game live tiles to your home screen, with push notifications for scores every 10 minutes. Please rate 5 stars if you use and enjoy this app! Features include: - Standings - Stats - State of the art scores/game tracker for each game. - Animated wallpapers - Official Tweets from NBA - Basketball News - Track your favorite team with logo/tile Keep up-to-date with the world of basketball with Basketball Now! Designed in the Metro UI, your tiles within the app will change color to mirror your system color. The app is not affiliated with the NBA.
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How to Change the Icons of Metro Tiles in Windows 8
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Metro tiles disappear when the mouse is moved in Windows 8
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At 14 you probably have enuogh energy to get away with doing all this exercise no problem, as long as you are getting enuogh sleep, and your body gets a rest day every now and then.When you workout it stretches and strains your muscles, they heal stronger as a result, and yes this is how you build muscle. A little pain (within reason) after you workout, is usually a good thing.
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