Knickerbocker

26 Jun 19
Bethel Advocate

Report by Paula Antolini, June 26, 2019, 7:00PM EDT Governor Ned Lamont will visit Bethel, CT, on Monday, July 1st, for a public meeting in Room A of the CJH Municipal Center, at 11:30am. The meeting will be open to the public for questions and answers, according to an announcement on the Town of Bethel […]

26 Jun 19
Wausau Pilot & Review

WAUSAU — Horace Mann Middle School students have been recognized for their academic achievements for the second semester of the 2018-2019 school year. Highest honors were awarded for a grade point average of 4.0-3.75; high honors were awarded for a GPA of 3.749-3.5; and honors were awarded for a GPA of 3.49-3.25. SIXTH GRADE HIGHEST HONORS (3.75-4.0) Jayson Arrowood, […]

26 Jun 19
Paradise Post
[dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=warriors-hq” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /] Are you sitting down? The Knicks on Wednesday had something to say about Kevin Durant. Apparently, they said it to Stephen A. Smith. First, a scene-setter. Under the care and feeding of Jim Dolan, the Knicks have been reduced to a punch line. The four losingest annals in the team’s 73 seasons have come on Dolan’s watch. The just-completed campaign saw the Knickerbockers win 17 while losing 65. The team’s long-suffering fans spent the just-concluded season obsessing over Durant’s ability to declare himself a free agent, and a Knicks payroll that could comfortably accommodate a max contract. Maybe two. Those dreams lost some luster in light of a) Durant’s devastating Achilles injury during the NBA Finals, and b) Andre Iguodala’s zinger — still unrefuted — that “nobody’s going to the Knicks.” Which brings us to Wednesday, when Durant exercised his player option for 2019-2020, making him a free agent. According to thespun.com, Smith declared Dolan had expressed “reluctance” to offer Durant a max deal in light of his injury. Later, thespun.com checked in with a report that Dolan was not actually “reluctant,” but would insist on seeing Durant’s complete medical dossier before making a contract offer. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]You might think that would be a no-brainer no matter which free agent was knocking on your door. But these are the Knicks, who in 2002 traded for Antonio McDyess, who missed the season with a bum knee. No wonder former NBA commissioner David Stern once said of the Knicks: “They’re not a model of intelligent management.”
26 Jun 19
Daily Democrat
[dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=warriors-hq” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /] Are you sitting down? The Knicks on Wednesday had something to say about Kevin Durant. Apparently, they said it to Stephen A. Smith. First, a scene-setter. Under the care and feeding of Jim Dolan, the Knicks have been reduced to a punch line. The four losingest annals in the team’s 73 seasons have come on Dolan’s watch. The just-completed campaign saw the Knickerbockers win 17 while losing 65. The team’s long-suffering fans spent the just-concluded season obsessing over Durant’s ability to declare himself a free agent, and a Knicks payroll that could comfortably accommodate a max contract. Maybe two. Those dreams lost some luster in light of a) Durant’s devastating Achilles injury during the NBA Finals, and b) Andre Iguodala’s zinger — still unrefuted — that “nobody’s going to the Knicks.” Which brings us to Wednesday, when Durant exercised his player option for 2019-2020, making him a free agent. According to thespun.com, Smith declared Dolan had expressed “reluctance” to offer Durant a max deal in light of his injury. Later, thespun.com checked in with a report that Dolan was not actually “reluctant,” but would insist on seeing Durant’s complete medical dossier before making a contract offer. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]You might think that would be a no-brainer no matter which free agent was knocking on your door. But these are the Knicks, who in 2002 traded for Antonio McDyess, who missed the season with a bum knee. No wonder former NBA commissioner David Stern once said of the Knicks: “They’re not a model of intelligent management.”
26 Jun 19
Times-Standard
[dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=warriors-hq” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /] Are you sitting down? The Knicks on Wednesday had something to say about Kevin Durant. Apparently, they said it to Stephen A. Smith. First, a scene-setter. Under the care and feeding of Jim Dolan, the Knicks have been reduced to a punch line. The four losingest annals in the team’s 73 seasons have come on Dolan’s watch. The just-completed campaign saw the Knickerbockers win 17 while losing 65. The team’s long-suffering fans spent the just-concluded season obsessing over Durant’s ability to declare himself a free agent, and a Knicks payroll that could comfortably accommodate a max contract. Maybe two. Those dreams lost some luster in light of a) Durant’s devastating Achilles injury during the NBA Finals, and b) Andre Iguodala’s zinger — still unrefuted — that “nobody’s going to the Knicks.” Which brings us to Wednesday, when Durant exercised his player option for 2019-2020, making him a free agent. According to thespun.com, Smith declared Dolan had expressed “reluctance” to offer Durant a max deal in light of his injury. Later, thespun.com checked in with a report that Dolan was not actually “reluctant,” but would insist on seeing Durant’s complete medical dossier before making a contract offer. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]You might think that would be a no-brainer no matter which free agent was knocking on your door. But these are the Knicks, who in 2002 traded for Antonio McDyess, who missed the season with a bum knee. No wonder former NBA commissioner David Stern once said of the Knicks: “They’re not a model of intelligent management.”
26 Jun 19
Red Bluff Daily News
[dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=warriors-hq” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /] Are you sitting down? The Knicks on Wednesday had something to say about Kevin Durant. Apparently, they said it to Stephen A. Smith. First, a scene-setter. Under the care and feeding of Jim Dolan, the Knicks have been reduced to a punch line. The four losingest annals in the team’s 73 seasons have come on Dolan’s watch. The just-completed campaign saw the Knickerbockers win 17 while losing 65. The team’s long-suffering fans spent the just-concluded season obsessing over Durant’s ability to declare himself a free agent, and a Knicks payroll that could comfortably accommodate a max contract. Maybe two. Those dreams lost some luster in light of a) Durant’s devastating Achilles injury during the NBA Finals, and b) Andre Iguodala’s zinger — still unrefuted — that “nobody’s going to the Knicks.” Which brings us to Wednesday, when Durant exercised his player option for 2019-2020, making him a free agent. According to thespun.com, Smith declared Dolan had expressed “reluctance” to offer Durant a max deal in light of his injury. Later, thespun.com checked in with a report that Dolan was not actually “reluctant,” but would insist on seeing Durant’s complete medical dossier before making a contract offer. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]You might think that would be a no-brainer no matter which free agent was knocking on your door. But these are the Knicks, who in 2002 traded for Antonio McDyess, who missed the season with a bum knee. No wonder former NBA commissioner David Stern once said of the Knicks: “They’re not a model of intelligent management.”
26 Jun 19
East Bay Times
[dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=warriors-hq” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /] Are you sitting down? The Knicks on Wednesday had something to say about Kevin Durant. Apparently, they said it to Stephen A. Smith. First, a scene-setter. Under the care and feeding of Jim Dolan, the Knicks have been reduced to a punch line. The four losingest annals in the team’s 73 seasons have come on Dolan’s watch. The just-completed campaign saw the Knickerbockers win 17 while losing 65. The team’s long-suffering fans spent the just-concluded season obsessing over Durant’s ability to declare himself a free agent, and a Knicks payroll that could comfortably accommodate a max contract. Maybe two. Those dreams lost some luster in light of a) Durant’s devastating Achilles injury during the NBA Finals, and b) Andre Iguodala’s zinger — still unrefuted — that “nobody’s going to the Knicks.” Which brings us to Wednesday, when Durant exercised his player option for 2019-2020, making him a free agent. According to thespun.com, Smith declared Dolan had expressed “reluctance” to offer Durant a max deal in light of his injury. Later, thespun.com checked in with a report that Dolan was not actually “reluctant,” but would insist on seeing Durant’s complete medical dossier before making a contract offer. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]You might think that would be a no-brainer no matter which free agent was knocking on your door. But these are the Knicks, who in 2002 traded for Antonio McDyess, who missed the season with a bum knee. No wonder former NBA commissioner David Stern once said of the Knicks: “They’re not a model of intelligent management.”
26 Jun 19
The Reporter
[dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=warriors-hq” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /] Are you sitting down? The Knicks on Wednesday had something to say about Kevin Durant. Apparently, they said it to Stephen A. Smith. First, a scene-setter. Under the care and feeding of Jim Dolan, the Knicks have been reduced to a punch line. The four losingest annals in the team’s 73 seasons have come on Dolan’s watch. The just-completed campaign saw the Knickerbockers win 17 while losing 65. The team’s long-suffering fans spent the just-concluded season obsessing over Durant’s ability to declare himself a free agent, and a Knicks payroll that could comfortably accommodate a max contract. Maybe two. Those dreams lost some luster in light of a) Durant’s devastating Achilles injury during the NBA Finals, and b) Andre Iguodala’s zinger — still unrefuted — that “nobody’s going to the Knicks.” Which brings us to Wednesday, when Durant exercised his player option for 2019-2020, making him a free agent. According to thespun.com, Smith declared Dolan had expressed “reluctance” to offer Durant a max deal in light of his injury. Later, thespun.com checked in with a report that Dolan was not actually “reluctant,” but would insist on seeing Durant’s complete medical dossier before making a contract offer. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]You might think that would be a no-brainer no matter which free agent was knocking on your door. But these are the Knicks, who in 2002 traded for Antonio McDyess, who missed the season with a bum knee. No wonder former NBA commissioner David Stern once said of the Knicks: “They’re not a model of intelligent management.”
26 Jun 19
Santa Cruz Sentinel
[dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=warriors-hq” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /] Are you sitting down? The Knicks on Wednesday had something to say about Kevin Durant. Apparently, they said it to Stephen A. Smith. First, a scene-setter. Under the care and feeding of Jim Dolan, the Knicks have been reduced to a punch line. The four losingest annals in the team’s 73 seasons have come on Dolan’s watch. The just-completed campaign saw the Knickerbockers win 17 while losing 65. The team’s long-suffering fans spent the just-concluded season obsessing over Durant’s ability to declare himself a free agent, and a Knicks payroll that could comfortably accommodate a max contract. Maybe two. Those dreams lost some luster in light of a) Durant’s devastating Achilles injury during the NBA Finals, and b) Andre Iguodala’s zinger — still unrefuted — that “nobody’s going to the Knicks.” Which brings us to Wednesday, when Durant exercised his player option for 2019-2020, making him a free agent. According to thespun.com, Smith declared Dolan had expressed “reluctance” to offer Durant a max deal in light of his injury. Later, thespun.com checked in with a report that Dolan was not actually “reluctant,” but would insist on seeing Durant’s complete medical dossier before making a contract offer. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]You might think that would be a no-brainer no matter which free agent was knocking on your door. But these are the Knicks, who in 2002 traded for Antonio McDyess, who missed the season with a bum knee. No wonder former NBA commissioner David Stern once said of the Knicks: “They’re not a model of intelligent management.”
26 Jun 19
The Mercury News
[dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=warriors-hq” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /] Are you sitting down? The Knicks on Wednesday had something to say about Kevin Durant. Apparently, they said it to Stephen A. Smith. First, a scene-setter. Under the care and feeding of Jim Dolan, the Knicks have been reduced to a punch line. The four losingest annals in the team’s 73 seasons have come on Dolan’s watch. The just-completed campaign saw the Knickerbockers win 17 while losing 65. The team’s long-suffering fans spent the just-concluded season obsessing over Durant’s ability to declare himself a free agent, and a Knicks payroll that could comfortably accommodate a max contract. Maybe two. Those dreams lost some luster in light of a) Durant’s devastating Achilles injury during the NBA Finals, and b) Andre Iguodala’s zinger — still unrefuted — that “nobody’s going to the Knicks.” Which brings us to Wednesday, when Durant exercised his player option for 2019-2020, making him a free agent. According to thespun.com, Smith declared Dolan had expressed “reluctance” to offer Durant a max deal in light of his injury. Later, thespun.com checked in with a report that Dolan was not actually “reluctant,” but would insist on seeing Durant’s complete medical dossier before making a contract offer. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]You might think that would be a no-brainer no matter which free agent was knocking on your door. But these are the Knicks, who in 2002 traded for Antonio McDyess, who missed the season with a bum knee. No wonder former NBA commissioner David Stern once said of the Knicks: “They’re not a model of intelligent management.”
26 Jun 19
Chico Enterprise-Record
[dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=warriors-hq” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /] Are you sitting down? The Knicks on Wednesday had something to say about Kevin Durant. Apparently, they said it to Stephen A. Smith. First, a scene-setter. Under the care and feeding of Jim Dolan, the Knicks have been reduced to a punch line. The four losingest annals in the team’s 73 seasons have come on Dolan’s watch. The just-completed campaign saw the Knickerbockers win 17 while losing 65. The team’s long-suffering fans spent the just-concluded season obsessing over Durant’s ability to declare himself a free agent, and a Knicks payroll that could comfortably accommodate a max contract. Maybe two. Those dreams lost some luster in light of a) Durant’s devastating Achilles injury during the NBA Finals, and b) Andre Iguodala’s zinger — still unrefuted — that “nobody’s going to the Knicks.” Which brings us to Wednesday, when Durant exercised his player option for 2019-2020, making him a free agent. According to thespun.com, Smith declared Dolan had expressed “reluctance” to offer Durant a max deal in light of his injury. Later, thespun.com checked in with a report that Dolan was not actually “reluctant,” but would insist on seeing Durant’s complete medical dossier before making a contract offer. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]You might think that would be a no-brainer no matter which free agent was knocking on your door. But these are the Knicks, who in 2002 traded for Antonio McDyess, who missed the season with a bum knee. No wonder former NBA commissioner David Stern once said of the Knicks: “They’re not a model of intelligent management.”
26 Jun 19
Oroville Mercury-Register
[dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=warriors-hq” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /] Are you sitting down? The Knicks on Wednesday had something to say about Kevin Durant. Apparently, they said it to Stephen A. Smith. First, a scene-setter. Under the care and feeding of Jim Dolan, the Knicks have been reduced to a punch line. The four losingest annals in the team’s 73 seasons have come on Dolan’s watch. The just-completed campaign saw the Knickerbockers win 17 while losing 65. The team’s long-suffering fans spent the just-concluded season obsessing over Durant’s ability to declare himself a free agent, and a Knicks payroll that could comfortably accommodate a max contract. Maybe two. Those dreams lost some luster in light of a) Durant’s devastating Achilles injury during the NBA Finals, and b) Andre Iguodala’s zinger — still unrefuted — that “nobody’s going to the Knicks.” Which brings us to Wednesday, when Durant exercised his player option for 2019-2020, making him a free agent. According to thespun.com, Smith declared Dolan had expressed “reluctance” to offer Durant a max deal in light of his injury. Later, thespun.com checked in with a report that Dolan was not actually “reluctant,” but would insist on seeing Durant’s complete medical dossier before making a contract offer. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]You might think that would be a no-brainer no matter which free agent was knocking on your door. But these are the Knicks, who in 2002 traded for Antonio McDyess, who missed the season with a bum knee. No wonder former NBA commissioner David Stern once said of the Knicks: “They’re not a model of intelligent management.”
26 Jun 19
Bitcoin Bolt

UK Fintech Watchdog Chief Testifies Before Congressional Committee

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) Director of Competition, Christopher Woolard, has just testified before the House Financial Services Committee Fintech Task Force. In his presentation entitled ‘Overseeing the FinTech Revolution: Domestic and International Perspectives on FinTech Regulation’, Woolard touched upon some of the key work that the FCA and other agencies in the UK had …

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