5 college basketball big men to watch work in the paint this season

5 college basketball big men to watch work in the paint this season

Not all dominant big men are created equally. There are supreme athletes, throwback types who do their damage in the low post, and those who can do a little bit of everything. Here are five guys we can’t wait to watch this season. Ethan Happ, Wisconsin Happ is an artist on the low block. His game probably would have been better suited for the 1990s, but he’s so good and skilled that it works just fine in 2018. Well, more than fine. He averaged 17.9 points and eight rebounds last…

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Who will make the grade in graduate recruitment season?

Who will make the grade in graduate recruitment season?

Good luck!”, a receptionist calls out before closing the door on a small meeting room in London lit by fluorescent strips. Inside, 12 apprehensive men and women, some still at university, some graduates, are sitting around a table dressed in their best suits. One fidgets his feet, a jittery tic — shuffle, shuffle. These twentysomethings are here at PwC as part of the recruitment process for a job in the professional services firm’s various divisions: technology, consultancy, accountancy. “Last night I was so nervous, I couldn’t even think about it,”…

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Bolt to focus on 100m in career’s last season

Bolt to focus on 100m in career’s last season

Monte Carlo: Multiple Olympic champion Usain Bolt has asserted that he wants to focus on the 100 meters event in his final season, leaving the 200m out of his mind. “After last season, I kind of figured out that no matter how hard I work at this point, it probably is going to be hard to get the 200-meter world record,” the nine-time Olympic champion said, reports Xinhua. “The 200 meters are very hard work and I’m coming to the end of my career, I’m not trying to do too…

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THE ELECTION OVER, GALA SEASON CONTINUES, WITH SWISS INSTITUTE CELEBRATING 30 YEARS

THE ELECTION OVER, GALA SEASON CONTINUES, WITH SWISS INSTITUTE CELEBRATING 30 YEARS

On Thursday, in the basement of the Williamsburgh Savings Bank, an event space in Brooklyn where the Swiss Institute was having its annual benefit dinner and celebrating its 30th anniversary, one dealer told me that an art handler had asked him how his week had been. “That’s kind of an unconscionable question,” he said. “Jesus—how has my week been?” An artist said she had not been sober since Tuesday. A collector said he was kicking himself for giving all that money to the Hillary Clinton campaign, money down the toilet. “I could have…

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Murray Looking For Perfect Ending To Career-Best Season

Murray Looking For Perfect Ending To Career-Best Season

“I still feel that my best years are ahead,” said Andy Murray this summer, during a sponsor appearance at the Thruxton race track in Hampshire. History and precedent were against him, because only one man in the modern era – Andre Agassi – has won multiple Grand Slam titles after his 30th birthday. Murray turned 29 in May. Yet from that moment in early June when he made his claim, standing alongside the WWII aircraft hangars at the side of the track, Murray produced the most dominant sequence of his…

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