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  1. No problem for the offense in preseason so far. 1st game 9 runs 2nd game 8 runs 3rd game 10 runs
  2. U.S. Mint Hall Of Fame Coins U.S. Mint: News Release United States Mint Hosts Ceremonial Strike of 2020 Basketball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin Program Coin PHILADELPHIA – United States Mint (Mint) Director David J. Ryder hosted members and supporters of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame today at a ceremonial striking of the 2020 Basketball Hall of Fame Silver Dollar Coin. During his remarks, Director Ryder stated that “every day, across the Nation, the United States Mint connects Americans through coins, and it is our great privilege to connect America to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.” Ryder went on to announce that “the most unique feature of these coins is that they will be the first-ever colorized coins produced by the United States Mint! Coins with proof and uncirculated finishes will go on sale April 4th, and the colorized versions of the silver and clad coins will go on sale at a later date.” Other event participants included Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame President John Doleva; basketball legends Julius Erving and Sheryl Swoopes; and Massachusetts Congressman Richard Neal, sponsor of the legislation authorizing the Basketball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin Program. The silver dollar is one of three coins in the 2020 Basketball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin Program. The Mint will also produce a five dollar gold coin and a half-dollar clad coin as authorized by Public Law 115- 343 in recognition of the 60th anniversary of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. All three coins will be dome-shaped and will feature common obverse (heads) and reverse (tails) designs. The common obverse design features three players reaching for the ball in unison, reflecting how the sport of basketball has brought together diverse people around the world through a simple, universal, and unifying athletic experience. Their arms are slightly elongated to emphasize the full exertion of physical and mental energy required to excel in this sport. The rim and net are subtle background design elements complementing the three players. Inscriptions are “LIBERTY,” “IN GOD WE TRUST,” and “2020.” The common reverse design depicts a basketball about to pass through the net, with the inscriptions of “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” and “E PLURIBUS UNUM.” Additional inscriptions include “FIVE DOLLARS” on the gold coin, “ONE DOLLAR” on the silver dollar, and “HALF DOLLAR” on the clad coin. Mint Artistic Infusion Program (AIP) artist Justin Kunz created the obverse design, which was selected from a public competition as required by the authorizing legislation. The common reverse design is by AIP artist Donna Weaver. The Mint will produce and issue up to 50,000 $5 gold coins, 400,000 $1 silver coins, and 750,000 half–dollar clad coins. Surcharges collected from coin sales—$35 for each gold coin, $10 for each silver coin, and $5 for each half–dollar coin—are authorized to be paid to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame to fund an endowment that will enable increased operations and educational programming. About the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame is an independent non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to promoting, preserving, and celebrating the game of basketball at every level – men and women, amateur and professional players, coaches and contributors, both domestically and internationally. Located in Springfield, Massachusetts, the birthplace of basketball, it is home to more than 400 inductees and more than 40,000 square feet of basketball history.
  3. Quote Browns GM Andrew Berry hinted Tuesday that the team will exercise David Njoku's fifth-year team option for 2021. "I wouldn’t disclose any of those kind of business decisions in this setting," Berry said. "But it’s safe to say we view both those guys as very, very talented members of our roster and we look forward to seeing what they’re going to do over the next few years." The "other guy" is Myles Garrett. Something of a perennial tease through the first three years of his career, Njoku did not get along with since-fired coach Freddie Kitchens. ESPN has posited Njoku as a trade candidate, but Berry's words strongly suggest he will be staying. SOURCE: Akron Beacon-Journal Feb 25, 2020, 5:52 PM ET
  4. Anyone have The Samurai Trilogy? Love/ like/dislike? Haven't seen any of the films. They all have good imdb ratings, so thinking about getting it.
  5. How does the BIG decide tiebreakers for their Tournament? Top 4 don't play first 2 rounds. 5 way tie for 2nd right now.
  6. Anyone ever read any books by Stacy Dittrich? 8 books from 2008-2013. She is a retired Police Detective where I live and the Mother-in-law of a young guy I work with. Crime novels.
  7. In theaters May 11 : Chasing Whiskey - The Untold Story of Jack Daniel's
  8. Pfft. Old tv's only had channels 2-13 (numbers on the selector) and you had to get up to change channels, adjust the volume and antenna so you could see more clearly
  9. Canada Peru Norway Germany Sweden Czech Republic Going to Guatemala in May (+ Puerto Rico in April, though it's not a country). Possibly somewhere else in August.
  10. Stuntwoman Cheryl Wheeler Sanders
  11. Looked him up after reading the above post and thought I would like them. And I do. Now on my third of the John Corey books.