The fun doesn’t have to end when the sun goes down; the night can provide just as much of a playground as any afternoon sun. Follow this week’s healthy tip and let your pupils adjust, play under the starlight, and grab a headlamp.Are you afraid of the dark, the mysterious noises and lack of sight? What is it about the darkness that evokes an embedded worry to our hearts? The blindness, the loss of a sense that drums on your ears, that paralyzing uncertainty of the unknown, it all adds up to a lot for just an absence of light.But alas, sometimes to discover new things you have to walk in the dark. So grab a flashlight, find a full-moon to guide your way, and light up those darkened corridors.. Explore what lies out of sight long enough and your eyes will adjust as you start to understand that the only thing hiding in the darkness is the light.Go, shine a flashlight, and explore the unknown.-BDL
Miami Heat’s LeBron James, right, reacts as he talks with official Michael Smith during the second half of an NBA basketball game against the Indiana Pacers, Friday, April 11, 2014, in Miami. The Heat defeated the Pacers 98-86. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)MIAMI (AP) — LeBron James’ jersey remains the most popular in the NBA.The league announced Thursday that the Miami Heat star topped the list of jersey sales in the NBA for the sixth time. With teammate Dwyane Wade — whose jersey number hasn’t changed in 11 years — at No. 7, the Heat also had the top spot on the team-merchandise sales list.“It means a lot to know that I have so many fans that want to wear my jersey because they respect the way I play the game and respect who I am as a man,” James said. “Thanks so much to all that ‘Strive for Greatness.’”Kevin Durant of Oklahoma City is No. 2 on the list, followed by the Los Angeles Lakers’ Kobe Bryant, Chicago’s Derrick Rose, Golden State’s Stephen Curry and New York’s Carmelo Anthony.Wade was next, followed by Chris Paul of the Los Angeles Clippers, Cleveland’s Kyrie Irving, Houston’s James Harden, the Clippers’ Blake Griffin, Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook, Boston’s Rajon Rondo, San Antonio’s Tim Duncan and Indiana’s Paul George.It was Duncan’s first appearance on the season-ending list since 2007.Following the two-time defending champion Heat on the team-merchandise sales list were the Lakers, Bulls, Thunder and Knicks.The NBA based the rankings on overall retail sales on NBAStore.com since the start of the season. The league’s playoffs begin Saturday.