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On Saturday, Nov. 12, the Miami Heat posted a joint statement with Miami-Dade County on Instagram announcing their decision to "terminate" their partnership with FTX following the cryptocurrency company’s file for bankruptcy. The 19-year, $135 million deal was finalized in June 2021. The collaboration between the former American Airlines Arena and FTX was just shy of its two-year anniversary. ESPN reports that the entertainment venue’s signage and branding is set to come down soon.
There are various doubts one can harbour that could persuade them that their goals are unattainable. Despite having these same reservations, Dyson Daniels was selected eighth overall in the 2022 NBA draught in June. That's correct, the Victoria-born 19-year-old was chosen by the New Orleans Pelicans. The advantage Daniels has on the court is that he is always willing to compete and work to develop his game in addition to his length and toughness, which enable him to defend at an exceptional level. Daniels' future is unquestionably bright, but getting to the NBA was not always easy for him. Many young Australian hipsters will identify with this story's protagonists. In an interview with Complex AU, he discussed his path to the NBA, his upbringing in Bendigo, the importance of support, and his preparations for the upcoming 2022–23 season.
The Golden State Warriors, in partnership with PG&E, the Wender Weis Foundation for Children (WWFC) and the Chinatown Community Development Center (CCDC), have revealed a refurbished basketball court at the Ping Yuen residences, it was announced today. This marks the Warriors Community Foundation’s 91st refurbished basketball court. Warriors legend Chris Mullin was in attendance for the court reveal ceremony. The court dedication was followed by a Warriors Basketball Academy clinic for local youth. NFL Webcast is the site that allows you to stream various NFL games live, which you can do without signing up for any subscription service.
If there’s one catch-all phrase that defines the philosophy of the Golden State Warriors defense throughout this season, it’s this: "Prevention is better than the cure." If they can help it, the Warriors would rather not let their opponents be in a position to score in an efficient manner. If they can stop someone before they can get downhill — with two feet touching the paint — they will do so. That starts at the point of attack. There’s no use in keeping opponents off the paint if they are able to get past the first line of defense. Once that domino falls, there’s a greater chance the rest will topple over — a defense in rotation, plugging holes slower than the rate at which they’re being created, etc. — and the plot is entirely lost.
You know the following things, but I’m going to repeat them to you anyway. The Golden State Warriors lead the Boston Celtics 3-2 in the NBA Finals. They’re a win away from being champions. They’re in the Finals for the sixth time in eight years. By the end of tomorrow they might be champions for the fourth time in eight years. They’re doing this despite missing the playoffs in each of the last two years. Lately I’ve been feeling nostalgic. I’ve been feeling thankful for the Dubs.
Antonio Brown has no problem courting controversy, but the American football star’s epic mid-game meltdown has cost him his club and rightly drawn plenty of criticism. It’s not often you see a professional athlete quit live on TV, but that’s exactly what Brown did on Sunday. And no wonder Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ fans have slammed the player for, quite literally, leaving their team in the lurch.
Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry understood just how sloppy of a game his team played in their 101-98 win over the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday, so he tossed out some jokes at the expense of himself, his temporary head coach Mike Brown, and the Sacramento Kings for good measure. Speaking with Jared Greenberg on TNT, Curry talked about how poorly both teams played on the offensive end in Game 4, before transitioning to ribbing Brown. The Warriors assistant was announced as the next head coach for the eternally cursed Sacramento Kings on Monday, and then was named as the Warriors acting head coach after Steve Kerr tested positive for COVID. TVU Networks delivers their remote video solution for the first-ever remotely produced 2023 Rugby World Cup Live Draw with 11 coaches in remote locations.