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December 25, 2019

Witnessing historic vote

first_imgI am jingling the keychain in my pocket about 8 p.m. Wednesday as I stand in the parking lot of Fairplex. I silently curse myself for not removing the tiny pocketknife that is part of the keychain. No way will me and that knife with the 1 3/4-inch blade get through the security screeners. This little knife has caused me nothing but trouble. Hospital screeners have booted me out of their buildings, courthouse guards have threatened to take it away. I am usually inside an airport terminal when I remember I have it with me and start sweating bullets. On this night, I will have to deal with Pomona police and security screeners. I contemplate holding my knife against sky and hollering: “I am Zero! Zorro’s chubby brother!” and keeping them at bay with a series of parries and thrusts that would make Errol Flynn envious. But I want to get into the Fairplex building where Iraqis are voting on a new parliament. I want to see history on the run so to speak. So I put my little knife inside the hollow part of a parking lot sawhorse, and waddle toward the entrance gate. I am intrigued by this election. There are more than 200 parties or political entities listed on a ballot for 275 seats. I am told there are 7,700 candidates running. People are to pick one party. It’s amazing to me. In my little Covina home I am swamped by all sorts of campaign literature during election time. Hit pieces, hit pieces that hit back at the hit pieces, hit pieces to hit back at those hitting back at hit pieces. I get huge catalogues – which I never read – from the state or county outlining propositions on the ballot. I am trying to multiply that by 200. I want to find out if Iraqis have been barraged by mailers for this election. It didn’t happen, says Hamid Said, 49, a professor at UC Irvine. I meet Said as he is leaving the voting place. My eyes occasionally dart to where I hid my tiny pocketknife, and Said is non-plussed by my lack of eye contact. He’s gotten most of his information by family, e-mails, news, friends and the Iraqi-American community. Said is feeling good tonight. He’s voted. “It’s beautiful,” he said. “It’s thrilling to settle issues like this with pencil and paper instead of bullets and bombs.” I walk into the voting area and watch. There are about 30 people in the room. As each person votes, various poll workers applaud. I can’t help but think it’s a thrilling time for all involved. I approach a woman standing by herself who has just cast a ballot. I ask her if she has voted. She shakes her head yes and is beaming. Her eyes squint slightly as a smile fills her face. As I go, the lady at the front table asks me if I want to keep the press pass issued to me to get into the building. It has foreign scrawl all over it. I let her know I’d love to keep it. Something tells me I’d like to remember this night. In the parking lot I stop at the sawhorse and fish out my tiny pocketknife. I walk back to my car thinking how neat it was to watch this little bit of democracy in action. I am beaming, too. [email protected] (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2110 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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December 21, 2019

Wealdstone sign former Romania Under-21 forward

first_imgWealdstone have signed former Romania Under-21 forward Adrian-Alexandru Markus.The 23-year-old scored 29 goals in 60 games for Bihor Oradea before being snapped up by Hungarian club Kaposvari Rakoczi in 2013.Markus, who has also played for his country at Under-19 level, has since returned to Romania and had spells with Gaz Metan Medias, Viitorul Constanta and Olimpia Satu Mare.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img

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Warriors report: How much is DeMarcus Cousins progressing?

first_imgOAKLAND — The Warriors (8-1) completed practice Thursday afternoon in anticipation for their matchup with the Minnesota Timberwolves (4-4) on Friday night at Oracle Arena.Here are the biggest takeaways from the session.How close is Boogie’s return? Injured center DeMarcus Cousins participated in a full scrimmage after practice Thursday afternoon. The scrimmage, which featured Damian Jones, Kevon Looney, Quinn Cook and a number of assistant coaches, was the latest positive sign …last_img

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December 18, 2019

JCI South Africa honours four outstanding young people

first_imgFour young people who are doing outstanding work in their communities in Gauteng were chosen as JCI South Africa’s outstanding persons. The awards are a national event.Rudzani Mulaudzi, Kamogelo Mangena, Michael Shackleton and Kealeboga Moremba are named the 2017 Top Outstanding Young Persons, hosted by the Junior Chamber International South Africa. (Images: Melissa Javan)Melissa JavanRudzani Mulaudzi, an entrepreneur, advised young people to start with whatever idea they had to contribute to change in their community. “Until you start you will never know what you are capable of doing,” he said at the 2017 Top Outstanding Young Persons (TOYP) awards, held on 29 June 2017 by the Junior Chamber International South Africa (JCI South Africa) in partnership with Brand South Africa.“If you have a passion, for instance in making music, look how you can make use of it in a community context so that it can be impactful to people and the community you belong to,” said the 29-year-old. He is the co-founder of Gradesmatch, an education technology initiative that connects learners, parents and teachers to careers, bursaries and institutions. Through Gradesmatch he has reached 10,000 learners.Mulaudzi is also researching how to drive stokvels from being pure consumers to becoming investors.He is one of those named in the TOYP awards of the JCI South Africa. The awards celebrated all the nominees and highlighted the four TOYP. The celebration was held at the Nelson Mandela Foundation in Johannesburg.Why the awardsThe awards identify, recognise and profile young active citizens who have a positive impact on their communities. It is part of the global TOYP awards, in which the JCI South Africa honourees can be nominated.The 2017 Top Outstanding Young Persons Awards trophy.The JCI South Africa is a nonprofit organisation that has been affiliated to Junior Chamber International since 1957. The chamber is a worldwide community of young active citizens between the ages of 18 and 40, who believe in creating positive change.Its members promote entrepreneurial and leadership skills needed to generate positive changes in their communities, their countries and the world.The TOYP of the global JCI body will be announced later this year. In the meantime, you can vote for the South African honourees on the website. You can also share their stories.A contribution to your countryLinda Sangaret, chief marketing officer of Brand South Africa, said these young people were making a contribution to improve the country. “This is a reminder to help create and to play your part taking care of one another. Every person in the country should be involved in making the country a better place.”South Africa’s nation brand agency was proud to be part of the awards ceremony, she said. “These young people are taking part in addressing social inequalities. These young people drive active citizenship.”Yase Godlo of the Nelson Mandela Foundation.Given the difficult economic times in the country, people must collaborate to help create a positive change, Sangaret said. “The people in South Africa are the most important stakeholders of the nation brand.”She urged South Africans to make a contribution to issues such as alleviating poverty.The processThere were between 40 and 50 nominations for the TOYP Awards from all over South Africa, said JCI South Africa national president Bridgett Majola. “We chose four [instead of 10] honourees, because these guys are exceptional. We think they will do well on a global platform. They were nominated by us to be part of the global Ten Outstanding Young People Awards competition.”Lerato Thekiso (middle) is a nominee in the Top Outstanding Young Persons Awards. Her female empowerment initiative is called The Unleashed Woman. She is pictured with Samantha Moyo (left) and Atlegang Motlhako (right).Results of the global competition will be announced later this year in Amsterdam.Majola explained that the four honourees’ prize included having access to the Brand South Africa Masterclass and JCI South Africa events. “It’s a coincidence that all of the honourees are from Gauteng [even if the competition was national].”The awards gave the JCI South Africa an opportunity to identify young people in different spheres, she said. “We are recognising active citizens playing their part in different spaces, showing us that change is possible. They are also inspiring other young people…“If we all take basic action, we will be able to see change within ourselves and our country.”The four Top Outstanding Young Persons with the judges and stakeholders of the competition. The awards were handed out on 29 June 2017.The Top Outstanding Young PersonsThe other three honourees are:Kealeboga MorembaMoremba is a 25-year-old communications officer and social entrepreneur. Being the only child in her street to have studied further, Moremba is passionate about youth- and female empowerment. She founded Fab Glam, an initiative aimed at developing young women through seminars, high teas, dignity days, entrepreneurial talks and career days.She is also a volunteer mentor at Ikamva Youth and a Spirit of Youth facilitator at the Gordon Institute of Business Science Centre for Leadership and Dialogue.On active citizenship, her advice to the youth is: “Do more than just be on social media; be a voice for those who cannot voice their opinion. With that voice, couple it with action. We can make a difference.”Michael ShackletonShackleton, 29, co-founded a law firm in 2015. He is also a city councillor in the City of Tshwane Metropolitan. Besides being a community leader, he is also the president of Toastmasters International in Pretoria East.Doing public speaking, especially in the organisation Toastmasters, helped him overcome his stutter and gave him more confidence.He believes we can do a lot to alleviate youth unemployment. “We have a choice to sit and do nothing or we can create opportunities for one another. We can help create opportunities so that people can succeed in life.”Shackleton added: “We have to save ourselves as youth. We must unite and move forward.”Kamogelo MangenaMangena, 21, is a public policy maker, feminism and gender activist. Being a change agent for his community, he has been involved in various projects. He helps to educate people in his community in civic responsibility, the Constitution and the role that people can play in local government.One of his achievements is forming a study group for students who have not done well in their studies, giving them resources and helping them prepare for examinations. Three of his students gained university entrance.Mangena advises people to work together to make an impact in their communities. “Take the lead. The country needs us to get dirty and contribute towards change. In whatever you do, let’s try to impact change.” He urged the youth to be solution-orientated.Source: JCI South Africa.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa materiallast_img read more

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Mandela, Castro’s special bond recalled

first_img7 March 2014 The deep respect and affection shared by Nelson Mandela and Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro is the focus of Mandela and Fidel, a new documentary by award-winning filmmaker Estela Bravo. The documentary was screened during the first in a series of three Mandela/Fidel Legacy Dialogues at the University of South Africa (Unisa) in Pretoria last week. The second will be held in Cuba later this year, and the third back in South Africa. Mandela and Fidel begins with Mandela attending Namibia’s independence celebrations in March 1990, only a month following his release. Meeting with top Cuban officials, he says: “We have never doubted that in Cuba, we have a dependable friend.” He acknowledges that without Cuba’s involvement in the war in Angola, South Africa would probably still be occupying parts of that country and Namibian independence “would have been very difficult to achieve”. The following year Mandela travelled to Cuba, where he was feted everywhere, Castro at his side. In the documentary, Castro tells an audience: “If you want to have an example of a truly honourable man, then this man is Nelson Mandela.” The documentary follows their relationship for several more years, including Castro’s attendance at Mandela’s presidential inauguration in May 1994. The audience at last week’s screening applauded Mandela’s forthright manner, for example in defending South Africa’s relationship with Cuba, and laughed at his “rebuking” Castro for not responding to a four-year-old invitation to visit South Africa. Castro’s visit took place a few months after that. US-born Estela Bravo became a resident of revolutionary Cuba in the 1960s. She has made dozens of films, mostly focusing on sensitive social and political issues in Latin America, the Caribbean and Africa. She has also made other acclaimed documentaries about Castro, according to the foundation. Opening last week’s discussion, at which Bravo was an invited guest, Nelson Mandela Foundation CEO Sello Hatang noted that Mandela and Castro had always met with the greeting “my brother”. Cuba always supported South Africa’s liberation struggle, and even now its support for the country was extensive, Hatang said. “The lesson is, solidarity is a possibility, and it delivers.” Unisa vice-chancellor Mandla Makhanya noted in his speech that the mutual respect that Mandela and Castro felt mirrored the struggles for freedom of their respective countries. He concluded by quoting Castro: “The quality of life lies in knowledge, in culture. Values are what constitute true quality of life, the supreme quality of life, even above food, shelter and clothing,” and then Mandela: “A good head and good heart are always a formidable combination. But when you add to that a literate tongue or pen, then you have something very special.” Cuban ambassador Carlos Fernandez de Cossio told the gathering that the strong relationship between the two men portrayed in the documentary reflected a relationship between South Africa and Cuba dating back to the early 1960s, at the time of the Cuban revolution. Cuba was “an early supporter” of South Africa’s struggle, training cadres as early as 1962 and later committing thousands of troops to the war in Angola, of whom 2000 died “in solidarity with the peoples of Africa,” de Cossio said. “We are proud in Cuba of our relationship with South Africa, and to have South Africa as a friend.” Also a guest at the screening, Barbara Masekela, South Africa’s former ambassador to the US, who accompanied Mandela to Cuba in 1991, said Mandela’s friendship with Castro had been “born in the trenches of the freedom struggle”. “It’s not unlike the relationship he had with Walter Sisulu, and the relationship he had with Oliver Tambo.” Masekela hailed Bravo as “a great filmmaker”, saying: “There is a strain that goes through all of her films, and that strain is the collective memory we must all share.” During a question-and-answer session after the screening, Bravo said that Mandela’s 1991 visit to Cuba had come at a very important time, when socialism worldwide was collapsing, to “show solidarity with Cuba”. She said South Africa was privileged to have had Mandela, asking: “Who in the world is more loved than Mandela?” Source: Nelson Mandela Foundationlast_img read more

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December 16, 2019

To Combat Piracy, Music Labels to Sell Digital Singles the Same Day Songs Hit the Radio

first_imgIn an attempt to combat digital piracy, Sony Music and Universal have announced that they will put digital singles for sale the same day that the music hits the airwaves. According to record label executives, the move is meant to combat what The Guardian calls the “impatient X Factor generation” who are unwilling to wait what is sometimes up to six weeks between a radio release of a song and its actual sales release.Whether or not that length of time is what’s contributed to rampant piracy of digital music, there’s no doubt that early releases of songs on the radio do tend to find themselves available for download illegally shortly thereafter.According to music executives, the practice of “setting up” a record several weeks in advance of sales is out-of-date. “What we were findng under the old system was the search for songs on Google or iTunes were peaking two weeks before they actually became available to buy,” says David Joseph, the chief executive of Universal Music, “meaning that the public was bored of – or had already pirated – new singles.”The practice of hyping music before release was part of a strategy of having songs hit the number one position on the chart upon release, and The Guardian says that industry insiders believe this new “on air, on sale” policy will make it easier for songs to climb the charts as excitement grows, rather than simply appear on the charts on release day, only to fall off immediately afterwards.Sony and Universal will start this new policy in the U.K. It’s not clear at this time if other record labels – or labels in other countries – will follow suit. Of course, nor is it clear that the lack of “instant gratification” in getting new songs is really the impetus behind music piracy. Tags:#music#NYT#web audrey watters Related Posts 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People…center_img 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex… 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout 4 Keys to a Kid-Safe Applast_img read more

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December 15, 2019

Why The App Won The Software War

first_imgCognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… devanshi garg 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Related Posts Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo…center_img IT + Project Management: A Love Affair The word “app” has become ingrained into the global lexicon of software development. As time has passed and technology has evolved, people have viewed software from progressively different perspectives. Microsoft Office is a piece of software—yet so is a video game. And so is PayPal, for that matter.As Marc Andreessen, cofounder of venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, eloquently puts it, “Software is eating the world.”But as software rises, we use the term less and less. Andreesssen’s statement, meant to describe how software companies are disrupting entire industries and challenging the norm, is best manifested in the proliferation of apps. In 2013, we’ve been inundated with the concept of apps—on smartphones, tablets and laptops, of course, but also more unusual domains like cars and refrigerators.The term’s newfound ubiquity raises an interesting point about how we perceive the software that now surrounds us. What exactly is an “app”? When did a package of code meant to execute a function stop being a “program” or a “piece of software”? And is there a difference that goes deeper than a linguistic fad?Software Is Old And Busted, Apps Are The New HotnessPrior to the proliferation of mobile devices, downloading software and experimenting with new programs was left primarily to tech-savvy individuals. Consider the painstaking process of finding a free video editor, a music-sharing program prior to iTunes, or a task-management application. Not many people bothered.With the emergence of app stores, everyday people are constantly interacting with software, judging its value, and installing and deleting apps on their devices at a rapid pace.Consider the evolution of gaming thanks to mobile. The term “video games” brings to mind teenage males playing Xbox or PlayStation titles on their parents’ basements. Yet in 2013, the majority of social gamers are female and over 40 years old—and they play through something that’s called an “app,” whether it’s on Facebook or a mobile device, that they’ve chosen to install.Not only has the perception of software changed, but the user base has evolved drastically. We’ve seen a gradual shift in older demographics embracing consumer technology, creating dramatic upticks in software creation, selection, and usage. Such trends are directly tied to the ubiquity of software in today’s society.The Consumerization of SoftwareEase-of-use and user experience are directly connected to mobile apps. One of the most valuable aspects of an app, as compared to software of yesteryear, is the focus on usability, resulting in reduced learning curves and faster overall adoption and mastery.Non-techies and dedicated gadget junkies alike are finding use in everyday apps. The fact that ordinary people now interact with software and technology for hours every day results in a public that is increasingly technology-literate.To see an example of how our jargon and understanding of software has evolved, take a look at a Google Trends report comparing the popularity of the terms “software,” “program,” and “app.” Searches for “app” have steadily risen up from almost nothing, while searches for the words “software” and “program” have stagnated or dropped over time.What Lies AheadIn the past 10 years, apps have significantly influenced the IT industry. Back in 2003, if a client requested an “app,” it was most likely an enterprise application or website. In 2008, apps might have been widgets on a smart TV or a feature on a kiosk. Now that the word “app” has evolved into an entirely new beast.As our developers continue to master present-day technology, it is exciting to consider what our team will be working on in 2023. How will the world view apps in 2023? In what devices will apps be in 10 years? And will we still call them “apps”—or will we have invented an entirely new word by then?Devanshi Garg is the COO of Icreon Tech, a New York-based software-development firm. Tags:#apps#linguistics#mobile apps#programs#Software last_img read more

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December 9, 2019

Compassion > Empathy

first_imgA lot of people, especially leaders, talk about empathy and how much of it they possess. They speak about it as if empathy alone was enough to prove that they care about people. But it isn’t.Empathy is understanding how someone feels and sharing their feelings with them. If what you do requires that you work with human beings, empathy will make you more effective. This is especially true if you are a leader, as all your results are generated through others, and this connection is powerful.Compassion is something different. Compassion is sympathy and concern for the suffering of others. Compassion requires more than an understanding and sharing someone else’s feelings. Compassion requires action, namely doing what you can to help alleviate the suffering.Empathy is imagining walking a mile in someone else’s shoes. Compassion is recognizing that those shoes are two sizes too small and helping the person into a pair of shoes that fit.Understanding isn’t enough. Neither is shared feelings. These things are nice, but it doesn’t move the needle when it comes to making a difference. What makes a difference is the action you take to make things better. Essential Reading! Get my 3rd book: Eat Their Lunch “The first ever playbook for B2B salespeople on how to win clients and customers who are already being serviced by your competition.” Buy Nowlast_img read more

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November 27, 2019

Even without Spencer Dinwiddie, Nets’ bench too much for Knicks

first_imgAlysa Liu takes women’s title at nationals at age 13 ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes But they filled in some holes over the summer with players such as Davis and Napier, who have helped them overcome injuries, first to Caris LeVert and now Dinwiddie, who will need surgery at some point but so far was only ruled out for Friday’s game.It was tied at 60 at halftime, with the Nets getting 42 of their points from the bench to erase an 11-point deficit.“Guys are ready,” Davis said. “Theo showed that tonight. He came in, wasn’t for him in that first half we probably lose this game, so guys are ready.”Brooklyn began to take control midway through the third quarter and pulled away in the fourth.TIP-INSKnicks: G Emmanuel Mudiay will miss at least two weeks with a strained left shoulder. The Knicks said Mudiay was hurt Wednesday in their loss to Houston and his injury was confirmed by an MRI exam. … Frank Ntilikina started in Mudiay’s place and fouled out with four points in 18 minutes. … Mitchell Robinson made both shots in the first half after going 11 for 11 over his previous three games.Nets: The Nets signed Australian Mitch Creek, who had been playing with their G League team, to a 10-day contract Friday. He got into the game to take free throws for an injured Rondae Hollis-Jefferson in the fourth quarter, making one of them.SPENCER’S STATUSThe Nets are still consulting with doctors on the best course of action for Dinwiddie, who is averaging 17.2 points as one of the top reserves in the NBA this season. Coach Kenny Atkinson said it’s even possible Dinwiddie could keep playing and delay the surgery until the offseason, saying the decision would be made by doctors, Dinwiddie and his family.CHANTING FOR KANTER LATEST STORIES The Knicks’ bench was near a section of Nets fans who chanted Kanter’s name in the second straight game where he didn’t play. He acknowledged the cheers from his seat.“I heard the fans chanting, ‘We want Enes! We need Enes!’ I want to appreciate the Nets fans for cheering like that. That’s love,” Kanter said. “They pay money to come watch us and they just don’t put me out there.”UP NEXTKnicks: Host Miami on Sunday.Nets: Visit Boston on Monday.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Brooklyn Nets’ Shabazz Napier (13) keeps the ball away from New York Knicks’ Mitchell Robinson (26) and Tim Hardaway Jr. (3) during the first half of an NBA basketball game Friday, Jan. 25, 2019, in New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)NEW YORK — The Nets needed someone to come in and change the game, but the guy they normally turn to wasn’t available.There were more than enough candidates left.ADVERTISEMENT Grace Poe files bill to protect govt teachers from malicious accusations View comments Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem US judge bars Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants D’Angelo Russell had just 12 points, but Brooklyn put four reserves in double figures and had a 59-33 rebounding advantage while former Knicks starting center Enes Kanter sat out again as fans chanted for him at Barclays Center.Trey Burke scored 25 points and Noah Vonleh had a career-high 22 points and 13 rebounds for the dismal Knicks, who have lost eight in a row and 21 of their last 23 games.“They just wanted it more than us,” said Knicks guard Tim Hardaway Jr., who shot 2 for 14. “They got all the 50-50 basketballs. We’ve just got to match their intensity. They came out with a purpose and we didn’t.”The Nets wrapped up the season series with the 19th victory in their last 24 games, a sizzling stretch that has brought hopes of playoff basketball to New York after both of the city’s teams missed the postseason the last three years.The Nets are 27-23, their best 50-game record since going 29-21 in 2012-13, their first season since moving from New Jersey and making their home just a few miles from the Knicks. They won only 28 games all last season.ADVERTISEMENT Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town Theo Pinson, Ed Davis and Shabazz Napier carried a Nets bench that dominated the Knicks even without Spencer Dinwiddie, and Brooklyn beat New York 109-99 on Friday night for its sixth straight victory.“We were losing. We had to do something and we wanted to come in and make a spark,” Pinson said.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsPinson, on a two-way contract, scored a career-high 19 points. Davis tied season highs with 17 points and 16 rebounds, and Napier added 18 points as the Nets’ reserves turned around the game even without Dinwiddie, their sixth man who has torn ligaments in his right thumb.“It’s always tough when you lose some of your guys but like I said earlier, I think everybody understands that somebody can come contribute,” Napier said. “It may not be one person. It may be three people that can contribute what Spencer’s been doing.” Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town Private companies step in to help SEA Games hostinglast_img read more

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