Last week, fan-favorite and star point guard De’Aaron Fox agreed to a five-year, $163 million maximum extension with the Kings. The Kings’ young star is the first player of the free agency session to get a max deal and his contract is now the first major move made by new Sacramento general manager Monte McNair. … [Read more...] about Kings Don’t Match $72 Million Offer Sheet, Bogdan Bogdanovic Signs With Hawks
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On Wednesday, President Trump announced that Flynn is receiving a full pardon. “It is my Great Honor to announce that General Michael T. Flynn has been granted a Full Pardon. Congratulations to @GenFlynn and his wonderful family, I know you will now have a truly fantastic Thanksgiving!” … [Read more...] about Hollywood Celebrities Throw Tantrum After Trump Pardons Michael Flynn: ‘Criminal Pardons the Traitor’
Maradona addresses the media after Argentina dropped him from the 1994 World Cup team. Just hours before the team's final first-round game, it was revealed that he had tested positive for the use of ephedrine, a banned stimulant. In 1991, Maradona tested positive for cocaine use and was banned for the sport for 15 months. … [Read more...] about Naples mourns Diego Maradona as his former club bids to rename the stadium in his honor
“Ed was the recipient of the Evans Scholarship back in 1963, while attending Northwestern University — a scholarship awarded to golf caddies — a family storyline which served as inspiration for the Danny Noonan character in ‘Caddyshack’ when Brian Doyle-Murray co-wrote that iconic screenplay,” the statement said. … [Read more...] about Bill Murray’s Brother And Inspiration Behind ‘Caddyshack’ Dies
Where will all that capital go now, as the pandemic era winds down? It seems unlikely that these newly public companies will snap up downtown San Francisco office leases in 2021. If, as many have said they plan to do, they hire remotely, the IPO effect will be seen in many more parts of the country and the world, albeit far more diffusely … [Read more...] about The IPO market is surprisingly healthy. Is that good for the Bay Area?