The 36-year-old native of Portland, Ore., served as head coach of the Warriors’ summer league team this year. It gave him time with second-year guard Jacob Evans III and rookies Jordan Poole, Eric Paschall and Alen Smailagic, the 18-year-old big man who played for Santa Cruz last season. … [Read more...] about Warriors tap their G League leadership for roles on Golden State’s staff
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Hart posted two videos on his Instagram profile that showed Willow Sage (8) and Jameson Moon (3) at a homemade gun range. Will was sighting in on a target with a rifle and taking some shots. Meanwhile, Hart was teaching Jameson how to properly hold the rifle. He helped hold the rifle while guiding Jameson's finger to the trigger in order to make the shot. According to Hart, his children were enjoying learning about target shooting during their "full metal quarantine," but he still received critical comments. … [Read more...] about Pink’s Husband Carey Hart Taking Heat for Letting Their Kids Shoot Guns
Houston, which lived by the dunk, died from the lack of it Monday night. The Cougars had only one dunk, that coming in the first half by Olajuwon, the big Nigerian center who paced the Cougars with 20 points, 18 rebounds and seven blocked shots. He finished with 82 points, 59 rebounds and 28 blocked shots for the tournament, and was named the Most Valuable Player in the Final Four. … [Read more...] about AP Was There: NC State stuns Houston 54-52 for ’83 title
"The whole thing with Ukraine was really started by American bureaucrats. It’s all because of America and it [what is happening now] is a crazy witch-hunt," Rogers said. Speaking further, Rogers also commented on the future of relations between the US and China under President Trump. According to him, the Trump administration is still uncertain about its policy towards Beijing. … [Read more...] about Investor Jim Rogers: US ‘Shooting Itself in the Foot’ by Anti-Russia Sanctions
"Recent events clearly demonstrate that the process of designating 'essential services' is as much about culture as any legal-political reality about what is necessary to keep society functioning," said Christopher McKnight Nichols, associate professor of history at Oregon State University. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus lockdown: Are pastry, wine, golf, guns essential items?
At the United Nations too, Modi cut a statesman-like figure, discussing global issues such as terrorism, UN reforms, climate change, the war against ISIS, and so forth, and dismissing Pakistan's peevish mention of Kashmir the previous day. He elevated himself above regional tensions that normally bedevil Indian prime ministers, and showed himself as a global thinker. … [Read more...] about The humble