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first_imgAge: 19Position: Combo guardHeight: 6-foot-6Stats: Averaged 14.4 points, 4.1 rebounds and 5.1 assists. He led the Wildcats in assists (189), steals (61), free-throw percentage (.817) and 3-point field-goal percentage (40.4)Honors: Second-team All-SEC, SEC All-Freshman Team … he was named the SEC Tournament MVP when he averaged a team-best 21 points, 6.7 rebounds and 5 assists per game while shooting 55.3 percent from the floor, capped by 29 points in the title game. What they say: Gilgeous-Alexander is an athletic scoring guard who can play on or off the ball. While he shot over 40 percent from 3-point range during his freshman season, he is hesitant to shoot them at a high clip. Look for him to potentially start over or alongside veteran guard Patrick Beverly. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img With the 11th pick of the 2018 NBA Draft, the Clippers selected Kentucky guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander.Here’s a quick look at whom the Clippers are getting:School: KentuckyYear: Freshmanlast_img read more

first_imgSubmitted by The Plant Place NurseryYou’ve added value and beauty to your existing landscape with the help of The Plant Place Nursery.  Maybe you planted new shrubs and perennials in your flower beds.  Perhaps you installed a shade tree or added some ground covers.  Thank you to all of our customers; new and old.The Retail Lot at 3333 South Bay Rd. NE in Olympia is well into its second season.  Now it’s time to give Puget Sound Landscaping, our parent company, a call for help with all of your maintenance needs.  We offer a flexible line of services and our crews are carefully trained to provide high quality, knowledgeable and reliable service. We have a plan to meet your budget.Services we offer include: mowing, edging, fertilizing, pruning and shearing, barking and mulching, seasonal clean-up, thatching and aerating, lawn over-seeding, and pressure washing. Our clients include commercial, institutional, and residential. You may choose from annual contracts, ongoing monthly service, and by appointment. References available upon request. If you are interested in PSL maintaining your property, please contact Jake at 360-943-9201 or via email: [email protected] you are ready to add hardscape, water features, or other landscape construction Puget Sound Landscaping designs and installs a wide range of landscape projects. We help some of the nation’s biggest home builders deliver large-scale construction projects on-time and on-budget.  Installing landscapes is the heart of our company, whether commercial or residential, large or small.  Our design team combines your ideas and your needs with our experience and training to create a complete, unique, and functional outdoor space. Our goal is to enable you to make the best possible use of your site within the limits set by your resources.Visit our website for more information and photos.  We can help you build something beautiful right in your own backyard. Facebook15Tweet0Pin0last_img read more

first_imgAdvertisement 3ci2NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsbv29Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E14h( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 1pv1oWould you ever consider trying this?😱6uheCan your students do this? 🌚5fuqRoller skating! Powered by Firework Indian women hockey team edged past Great Britain in the first match of the bilateral series between these two countries. It was a nervy win for India as they came back from behind with a late goal of Gurjit Kaur to snatch all three points from this match.Advertisement In the first quarter of the match, both the teams took cautious approach. However, in the second quarter of the match, the intensity of the match got increased. Indian women’s team earned two consecutive penalty corners. However, they failed to convert those penalty corners into goals. The goalkeeper of the home side, Maddie Hinch was brilliant under the bars.Advertisement The goalkeeper of India, Savita Punia also saved a shot of Great Britain. After the first half of the match, the result remained as 0-0. In the final quarter of the match, 3 goals have been scored by the teams. Great Britain scored the first goal of the match at the 46th minute of the match. However, the score was equalised by Sharmila Devi after few moments. India got the win with a goal of Gurjit Kaur at the last minute of the match and Great Britain had no chance to make a comeback in the match.The next match between these two sides will take place on Sunday.Advertisement Photos: Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli sizzle at the Indian Sports Honours Awards!  Advertisementlast_img read more

first_imgVideo Assistant Referee (VAR) “worked perfectly” at all stadiums that hosted the first leg of the last-16 Champions League ties this week, according to UEFA’s chief refereeing officer Roberto Rosetti.VAR was implemented for the first time in Europe’s premier club competition and was called into action in games when tight offside and penalty decisions were involved.”I am very happy with the way VAR was implemented,” Rosetti said in a statement on the UEFA website. “The technology worked perfectly, and the refereeing teams performed at a very high level.”The most talked-about decision involved VAR ruling out Ajax’s first-half opener against Real Madrid after it deemed Dusan Tadic to be offside when Nicolas Tagliafico headed the ball past Real goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.UEFA stood by the decision to chalk off the goal but questions were raised over the time it took to reach a verdict, with the restart delayed by nearly three minutes.Rosetti promised to look into improving the system’s efficiency.”The most important thing is that the referee took the right decision. Accuracy is more important than speed,” Rosetti added.”We have to take into account that this was a very complex situation where the VAR had to check two possible offside situations and the referee also had to consider the interference of the attacking player.”Rosetti said VAR also reviewed but did not intervene in two other decisions which involved a Porto handball outside the box at AS Roma and a delayed offside call against Paris St Germain at Manchester United.advertisementAlso Watch:last_img read more

first_imgTagsPremiership NewsAbout the authorIan FerrisShare the loveHave your say ​Man Utd continue to promote Malta tourismby Ian Ferrisa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United and the Government of Malta announced a multi-year partnership which will see United promote Malta as a tourist destination to its global fan base, reports www.fcbusiness.co.ukThe Club has deep and enduring ties with Malta, with the Maltese Supporters Club, one of the oldest of all the official Manchester United Supporters’ clubs, recently celebrating its 60th anniversary.As part of the partnership, Visit Malta and Manchester United will encourage the club’s fans around the world to experience the vibrant, young, exciting and beautiful country, with the Maltese Tourism Authority providing attractive travel offers exclusively for Manchester United supporters. Through the partnership, Visit Malta will get strong exposure during home matches and on the club’s digital marketing channels, social and printed media. Speaking of the partnership, Manchester United’s Director of Partnerships, Sean Jefferson, said: “Manchester United has long-standing links with Malta, welcoming hundreds of Maltese fans to Old Trafford every season. “We are proud of our association with the country and look forward to working with the Maltese Tourism Ministry and Malta Tourism Authority to highlight the destination’s many great qualities to our international fan base.” last_img read more

first_imgThe Women’s Media Center announces its honorees for The 2015 Women’s Media Awards on Thursday November 5th at Capitale in New York City.The honorees are: Laura Bates, Award-winning Journalist, Author and Founder of the Everyday Sexism Project. Mona Eltahawy, International Prize-winning Columnist, Author and Activist. Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff, PBS Newshour Co-Anchors. Marlo Thomas, Emmy, Golden Globe & Grammy-winning Actor, Producer and Activist. Padmasree Warrior, former Chief Technology & Strategy Officer (CTO) of Cisco Systems.The event, celebrating 10 years of the Women’s Media Center, will feature a special appearance by breakout Comedian, Writer and Actor Amy Schumer.The Women’s Media Awards recognize and honor game-changers for women in media. By deciding who gets to talk, what creates the debate, who writes, and what is important enough to be visible, the media shapes our understanding of who we are and what we can be. The Women’s Media Awards shine a light on this important issue.Pat Mitchell, Chair of the Sundance Institute and Founding Co-Chair of The Women’s Media Center, will present the Pat Mitchell Lifetime Achievement Award to Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff.“Judy Woodruff and Gwen Ifill have been trailblazers from the beginning of their careers in media until now when they have broken more new ground as the first women to co-anchor a network news program,” says Pat Mitchell. “As the former President of PBS, it’s indeed a privilege to honor them at the Women’s Media Center’s 10th anniversary gala and to acknowledge the commitment of PBS’s leadership in promoting and advocating for women and a more inclusive view of the world. Judy and Gwen are women of great accomplishment who lead the way for others by modeling how to achieve success with integrity and how to open opportunities for others.”Gloria Steinem, Co-Founder of The Women’s Media Center, will present the Breakthrough Media Award to Marlo Thomas.“Marlo Thomas is a trailblazer who continues to show the power of media to break molds and change perceptions,” says Gloria Steinem. “At a time when women were seen in very limited roles on TV, That Girl, the ground-breaking series she starred in and produced, showed a working woman making her own way in the world, paving the way for the strong independent women we see in today’s culture. Year after year, Marlo’s landmark Free to Be … You and Me influences a new generation of girls to not be limited by gender stereotypes. Marlo is an advocate for grassroots women’s voices around the world, and as a performer, author, producer and activist, she continues to champion the rights of women to stand up and be seen.”Carol Jenkins, award-winning journalist, author and founding & former President of the Women’s Media Center, will present the Carol Jenkins Visible and Powerful Media Award to Padmasree Warrior.“We are so thrilled to honor Padmasree Warrior, a powerful woman in technology and a strong STEM advocate for other girls and women who would pursue a similar path,” says Carol Jenkins. “As Chief Technology Officer for two of the largest companies in the world, she has opened the path customarily closed: less than a quarter of the workforce in tech is comprised of women; 90 percent of those women are white. To have a woman of color like Padmasree, visible and powerful, means everything.”Robin Morgan, Co-Founder of The Women’s Media Center, will present the Speaking Truth to Power Award to Mona Eltahawy.“Mona Eltahawy is a razor-sharp, award-winning Egyptian-American journalist. She’s also a feminist thinker, an impassioned writer, and one hell of a brave woman ,” says Robin Morgan. “In pursuing a story, she’s weathered jail, sexual assaults, an attack by a male mob (including police) that broke both her arms, and repeated death threats. Yet she continues stubbornly to speak truth to power – in a voice at once intelligent and audacious.”Julie Burton, President of the Women’s Media Center, will present the Digital Media Award to Laura Bates.“Laura Bates has created a global movement that clearly and compellingly brings women’s quietly normalized experiences with violence and sexism to light,” says Julie Burton. “The simple platform she provided opened a floodgate and gave girls and women a place to talk about issues – such as rape, street harassment, domestic violence, workplace discrimination, dress codes, sexism in media – that affect daily life. She relentlessly challenges people to pay attention to the culture we are immersed in and to speak up and do something about it. The Women’s Media Center is proud to celebrate Laura and the Everyday Sexism Project.”“I am so proud that the Women’s Media Center will be honoring such a diverse range of powerful and accomplished women this year,” says Jane Fonda, two-time Academy Award-winning actor, humanitarian, activist and Co-Founder of The Women’s Media Center, “These woman, in the courage and skill of their achievements, have been truly challenging how we see the world and making their voices heard.”Past WMC honorees include Luvvie Ajayi, Christiane Amanpour, Amma Asante, Ursula Burns, Katie Couric, Sady Doyle, Sarah Hoye, Sheila C. Johnson, Maria Teresa Kumar, Laura Ling and Lisa Ling, Lara Logan, Pat Mitchell, Martha Nelson, Soledad O’Brien, Elianne Ramos, Yanique Richards, Mary Thom (posthumously), Barbara Walters, Lindy West and Maggie Wilderotter.For table and ticket purchase information, call Garwood Events at 212-678-0231 or e-mail [email protected]last_img read more

Rep Hughes schedules five May office hour sessions in Muskegon County

first_img29Apr Rep. Hughes schedules five May office hour sessions in Muskegon County State Rep. Holly Hughes, R-Montague, has scheduled five office hour sessions throughout Muskegon County in May, maintaining her No. 1 emphasis of being available to residents of the 91st District.“Being your representative is very important to me, that’s why it’s so crucial to be available and meet with my fellow residents as much as possible,” said Rep. Hughes. “I enjoy public events, such as office hours, as hearing people’s thoughts on their state government helps me be the best state representative I can possibly be.”The office hours are all scheduled for Friday, May 27 at:8-9 a.m. – Ravenna Round Table, 12396 Stafford St., Ravenna9:30-10:30 a.m. – Toast N’ Jams, 3462 Henry St., Norton Shores11 a.m. – Noon – Fruitport Township Hall, 5865 Airline Road, Fruitport12:30 – 1:30 p.m.– Mr. Quick, 5501 East Apple Ave., Muskegon2-3 p.m. – Gary’s Restaurant, 906 East Colby St., WhitehallThe office hours are open to the public and no appointment is necessary. Anyone unable to attend the office hour events can schedule an appointment or share their thoughts by calling Rep. Hughes’ Lansing office, toll-free, at 877-633-0331. Rep. Hughes can also be contacted by email at [email protected] or mail at N-1195 House Office Building, P.O. Box 30014, Lansing, MI 48909. Categories: Hughes News,Newslast_img read more