Basketball

18 Feb 19
"MOM!"

Maria had her eighth-grade dance on Friday night. We hit the jackpot with the first online dress we bought. She loved it, it looked spectacular on her, and I did not need to go into a shopping mall. Win all around! Being on student council, she had the task of coming up with the theme […]

18 Feb 19
Boston Sports Mania

I know, aside from a quick post sharing my latest Harbinger article about my high school’s basketball team, it’s been a while.  Since the Super Bowl, I have been busy with schoolwork, preparing for an upcoming keynote speech I will be delivering at the Visions of Community Conference in March.  But this week, I’m on […]

18 Feb 19
Vic's Blog

URL For The Poem – https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/43489/ex-basketball-player The poem that I have chosen to talk about is “Ex-Basketball Player” by John Updike. I picked this poem because basketball is a sport that I love very much, and it is something I can relate to. This poem spoke to me in multiple ways. The speaker of this […]

18 Feb 19
Petyr Baeish Books

As much as I think Sonand is a lowkey a terrible ship name, they are actually a really cute couple. So, if you don’t know, Sonand is comprised of two people Sonam Kapoor & Anand Ahuja. Together they make Sonand or Ananam, whichever you prefer, but Sonand is easier to pronounce and distinguish, so I […]

18 Feb 19
WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports | Fort Lauderdale

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Emese Hof and No. 20 Miami think they can play with anyone, and it shows. Hof scored 18 of her 25 points in the second half to help the 20th-ranked Hurricanes rally for a 79-73 victory against No. 2 Louisville on Sunday. Laura Cornelius added 16 points and six assists as […]

18 Feb 19
ROHITH RAO

Emotion, entertainment and a sense of community – that’s what the dance marathon focused on in their annual fundraiser for Riley Children’s Hospital. The 2019 Ball State Dance Marathon (BSUDM) held Feb. 16-17 at the Field Sports building raised $615,287.24 for Riley Children’s Hospital, the third highest amount of money raised since 2008. This money […]

18 Feb 19
L'Oréal LUCHi

Our forever former President Barack Obama is always up to something amazing. He teamed up with the NBA and FIBA to launch an African league. It will feature 12 teams across Africa, making this a first-ever for the NBA! The new league will be called the Basketball Africa League, or BAL, and is scheduled to […]

18 Feb 19
Cameron Pedro Drummond

Originally Published – February 11, 2019 Despite an upset win on the road against Michigan State, the IU men’s basketball team has failed to maintain any momentum. IU followed the Michigan State win with a pair of home losses to Iowa and Ohio State, dropping its record to 13-11 overall and 4-9 in conference games. […]

18 Feb 19
lake darbonne life

This week’s Crappie Masters tournament is going to be full of fun, excitement, crappie thumping and, for one group of youngsters — a chance of a lifetime. So I know there are bass pictured above, but bear with me. Mike Vallentine always starts off the “official” activities of the Louisiana State Championship on Lake D’Arbonne […]

18 Feb 19
The Columns

BY: MADISON INGRAM CHIEF EDITOR Westminster men’s and women’s basketball as well as the cheer and dance teams celebrated senior night on Saturday, Feb. 9. Men’s basketball honored five seniors, women’s basketball recognized three, and cheer and dance celebrated four. Senior night took place before the women’s basketball game for the women’s basketball team, and the men’s basketball team and

18 Feb 19
NESN.com

[nesn_embed service=dailymotion src=”https://www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/x724tzj” width=”480″ height=”270″] Jayson Tatum’s game is mature beyond his years, and it appears the same can be said about his temperament. It didn’t take very long for Tatum to become exposed to the business side of the NBA. The Boston Celtics’ second-year forward has been a fixture in trade rumors amid the […]

18 Feb 19
Baguio English Schools Association

By: Coco Hello everyone, I am Coco, I’m a high school girl student now. I am very happy to share my story of JIC’s 4 weeks of studying IELTS. Before going to JIC, let me talk about the country of the Philippines. Here’s a diary of my first arrival: “The three-hour plane finally arrived in […]

18 Feb 19
Coupeville Sports

There’s madness in the numbers. Trying to track individual scoring totals through 147 seasons of Coupeville High School basketball – 102 for the boys, 45 for the girls – is a good way to fry your brain. And yet, I persist, because basketball is my favorite sport, because points are the most concrete stat we […]

18 Feb 19
Tales of a Suburban Renaissance Dad

Today was a good day to chill, watch basketball and NASCAR, take a nap, and eat too much. I made some venison and beans in the Instant Pot, and will share that tomorrow. Today, I hope you were able to relax, enjoy life, and take care of each other. Sometimes that needs to be at […]

18 Feb 19
counterbite

Each year Adidas teams with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to release a Black History Month collection. They donate a portion of the proceeds of sales of these shoes to Kareem’s Sky Hook Foundation to help disadvantaged kids. This always seemed like a good thing to me?  One shoe in this year’s Black History collection was the Ultra […]