PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGISTUNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAGAINESVILLEDivision of Pediatric Radiology at the Department of Radiology atthe University of Florida, Gainesville is actively recruiting tofill only ONE position for a fellowship trained academic pediatricradiologist at the rank of Clinical Assistant Professor. This is afull-time, non-tenure accruing position with primary assignments ofnon-neuro and non-interventional imaging at UF Health ShandsHospital. This position will provide cross coverage in other areasof Radiology.Salary is negotiable. Duties for this position will consist of amix of clinical, teaching, and some researchresponsibilities.Minimum requirements include an M.D. or D.O. degree with experiencein Pediatric Imaging as well as completion of a PediatricFellowship. Candidates must be Board Certified in Radiology (orBoard Eligible) and must have a Medical license in the State ofFlorida. Pediatric Radiology CAQ and Pediatric cardiology trainingpreferred.If you are interested in rewarding position in a friendly,state-of-art environment, please apply via Careers at UF(jobs.ufl.edu). Attach your C.V. and three letter of recommendationto your application. Application deadline for this position isFebruary 15, 2021 with an anticipated start date of July 1,2021.The final candidate will be required to provide official transcriptto the hiring department upon hire. A transcript will not beconsidered “official” if a designation of “Issued to Student” isvisible. Degrees earned from an education institution outside ofthe United States are required to be evaluated by a professionalcredentialing service provider approved by National Association ofCredential Evaluation Services (NACES), which can be found athttp://www.naces.org/If an accommodation due to a disability is needed to apply for thisposition, please call 352-392-2477 or the Florida Relay System at800-955-8771 (TDD). Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to workin the US. Searches are conducted in accordance with Florida’sSunshine Law.#category=35The University of Florida is committed to non-discrimination withrespect to race, creed, color, religion, age, disability, sex,sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status,national origin, political opinions or affiliations, geneticinformation and veteran status in all aspects of employmentincluding recruitment, hiring, promotions, transfers, discipline,terminations, wage and salary administration, benefits, andtraining.
Zakir Hussain is a true legend. His work on the tabla was hugely influential, as Indian music broke through into the Western musical mainstream. The album that launched his American music career was Rolling Thunder, Grateful Dead percussionist Mickey Hart’s first solo album, released in 1972. Hussain would go on to have a vibrant career, collaborating with musicians like John McLaughlin and Ravi Shankar, while also contributing music to films like Apocalypse Now. However, it was his connection with Hart that started it all, and he would re-connect with Hart on several occasions throughout his career, appearing on seven more albums and countless shows with Hart over the years.Now,Hussain has revealed just how he initially crossed paths with Hart, in a new interview. Zakir will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award at the SFJAZZ Gala in January 2017. Hart will be on hand to present the award. Listen to a five-minute clip from the interview below, where Hussain discusses his early encounter with Mickey Hart, and learn how a piece of musical history was made.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Luck of The Irish Casino NightA fun-filled night with a buffet, open bar, and DJ may end with a pot of gold if you play your cards right! East Wind Inn, 720 New York 25A, East Lobby, Wading River friendsofstpatrick.org $75 (all profits benefit the Rocky Point Parade) 7-11 p.m. Mar. 2. Kings Park St. Patrick’s Day ParadeFeaturing bagpipe bands, elaborate floats, and hundreds of enthusiastic marchers, come celebrate the luck of the Irish with Grand Marshal Sean Gann! Kings Park St.Patrick’s Day Parade, corner of Lou Avenue and Pulaski Rd., Smithtown kpstpat.com 12 p.m. Mar. 3.East Islip St. Patrick’s Day ParadeOpting for some classic rock ’n’ roll in addition to traditional Irish ballads, this Paddy’s Day Parade will feature local rock band J Haus to make for a St.Patrick’s party! East Islip St.Patrick’s Day Parade, Main St., East Islip greaterlongisland.com 3 p.m. Mar. 3.Mineola St. Patrick’s Day ParadeAfter you enjoy the parade swing by the Irish American Society Center for good food, music, and dancing! Irish American Society of Nassau, Suffolk, & Queens Inc., 297 Willets Ave., Mineola irishamericansoc.com 5$ to enter Center 12 p.m. Mar. 4.27th Annual Bethpage St. Patrick’s Day ParadeHosted by Free Players Drum & Bugle Corps. The parade route is approximately 1 mile long, Central Ave to Stewart Ave to Burkhardt Ave and right down Broadway to the Reviewing stand. 2 p.m. Mar. 4.Bay Shore Brightwaters St. Patrick’s Day ParadeBlend in with the sea of green at Bay Shores annual St.Patty’s celebration! Bands and baton twirlers will be abound in this community gathering sure to get you in the holiday spirit! Patrick’s Parade of Greater Bay Shore, Inc, Saxon Ave., Bay Shore stpatricksparadebsbw.com 2 p.m. Mar. 10.St. Patrick’s Day Bar CrawlGet Shamrocked at the 5th Annual Huntington Bar Crawl! Not only will the Crawl allow you to sample Huntington’s premiere bar scene but St. Patrick himself would have approved as profits will benefit children with cancer. Long Island Social Events, Huntington (exact location TBD) kidsneedmore.org $25 + $2-4$ per drink 2-8 p.m. Mar. 10.Patchogue St. Paddy’s Day Bar CrawlIrish Ales and Lagers will be flowing at Patchogues second annual Bar Crawl! With profits going to the “Kids Need More” Foundation you can feed your spirit and enjoy the spirits! Long Island Social Events, Patchogue (exact location TBD) kidsneedmore.org $25 + $2-4$ per drink 1-7 p.m. Mar. 10Huntington St. Patrick’s ParadeCome and join 50,000 others in the 84-year-long tradition that has become Huntington’s annual Saint Patrick’s Day Parade! Famous for its elaborate floats and massive bands, this celebration is also the largest and longest running Saint Patrick’s Parade on the Island. The Ancient Order of Hibernians, North of New York Ave. 110 & Broadway, Huntington Station huntingtonhibernian.com 2 p.m. Mar. 11.Rocky Point St.Patrick’s Day ParadeFounded in 1949, this historic parade brings tens of thousands together each year to celebrate the community in an elaborate show of marchers, dancers, and musicians. Friends of St.Patrick, Route 25A, Miller Place friendsofstpatrick.org 1 p.m. Mar. 11.6th Annual Farmingdale St. Patrick’s Day ParadeFollowing the Parade festivities explore the many downtown merchants, restaurants & spots, for great deals & specials! Plus Shamrock Photo Op’s On The Village Green! Main St., Farmingdale. farmingdalenychamber.org 1 p.m. Mar. 11.Ronkonkoma St. Patrick’s Day ParadeGrand Marshal John Feal. Parade starts at the corner of Portion Rd & Patchogue-Holbrook Rd. 2 p.m. Mar. 11.St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Dating SocialDance a jig with your true love to be at this St.Paddy’s themed evening for singles! RSVP by Mar. 15. Houlihan’s Restaurant, 725 Merrick Ave., Westbury. 3$ + cost of meal, 6-9 p.m. Mar. 17.St. Patrick’s Day 4 Miler and Fun RunWith a complimentary breakfast and top three prizes for each age category, you may be lucky enough to sprint past a Leprechaun! Townwide Fund of Huntington, 1 Mill Dam Rd., Huntington townwidefund.org 8:30 a.m. Mar. 17.St. James St. Patrick’s Day ParadeThis parade will have the whole family grinning ear to ear with antique cars, scout troops, dance groups, and piper and marching bands to celebrate good Ole’ St.Patrick’s Day! St.James Chamber of Commerce, Woodlawn Avenue, St.James stjameschamber.org 1 p.m. Mar. 17.Spring Fling St.Patty’s Day Singles Dinner and DanceWith a three course meal, DJ, and dancing the luck of the Irish will be on your side this date night! Residence Marriott 9 Gerhard Rd., Planeview 7-in-heaven.com $44-$49 6:30-10:30 p.m. Mar. 17.Glen Cove St.Patrick’s Day ParadeOne of the premier St.Patrick’s celebrations on Long Island, this renowned Parade boasts talented marching bands and beautiful floats! Glen Cove St.Patrick’s Day Parade, 4 School St., Glen Cove gcirishparade.com 1-3 p.m. Mar. 18.May The Road Rise Up to Meet Ye 5kCheered on by hundreds of spirited spectators start off the St.Patty’s Day festivities bright and early with this annual 5k run and walk! Finest Fitness, 208 East Main St., Patchogue maytheroadriseuptomeetye5k.com Check in 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Race 9:55 a.m. Mar. 19. Rockville Centre St.Patrick Parade MarchKnown as the Parade that “cares and shares” all profits raised by this celebration are divided between three charities to keep with the St.Patrick’s day spirit. Rockville Centre St.Patrick Parade March, 265 Sunrise Highway ~ Suite 1-350, Rockville Centre rvcstpatrick.com $40 12 p.m. Mar. 24.Montauk St.Patrick’s Day ParadeLocated along the water, this picturesque Parade is the second largest St. Patrick’s Day Parade on the Island with an estimated 40,000 spectators attending annually! Montauk Friends of Erin, Edgmere Rd., Montauk montaukfriendsoferin.org 11:30 a.m. Mar. 25.
DENVER — Brent Burns and Joe Pavelski proved why they’re all stars. Erik Karlsson got in on the fun, as well.On a day where Burns and Pavelski received invitations to the 2019 NHL All Star Game at SAP Center, both players put together career nights, recording four points as the Sharks handed the Colorado Avalanche their sixth straight loss with a 5-4 win in Denver.Karlsson, who will also be representing the Sharks at the mid-winter classic on Jan. 26, picked up an assist, giving him points in …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Dana MantiniDTN Senior AnalystThe March USDA World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report was not expected to be a market-mover, as it is typically less volatile than the January report, which was released in combination with the February report due to the government shutdown. Although there were some surprises, the futures price action post-report resulted in little change. Shortly after the report, soybeans renewed their bearish move lower, fueled not only by bearish supply-and-demand news, but also fund and technical selling. Despite the bearish change to both corn and wheat markets, the post-report price move was negligible, as it appears that bearishness was already factored into prices.Key changes in the report were a higher-than-expected reduction in both U.S. wheat and corn exports. Following some minor tweaks in wheat imports and feed use, and an expected decline in corn for ethanol usage, wheat ending stocks rose 45 million bushels (mb) and corn ending stocks were up 100 mb from February — primarily on expectations of slowing demand due to lower-priced competitors.Closing futures prices as of March 8 had May corn down 1 cent per bushel and December corn down 1/2 cent. May soybeans were down 6 3/4 cents and November beans were down 6 cents. Chicago May wheat was up 1 1/4 cents, while Chicago July wheat was up 2 1/2 cents. Kansas City May wheat was up 3 1/4 cents per bushel, with new-crop Kansas City July up 3 1/4 cents. Minneapolis May wheat was down 3 3/4 cents, with new-crop September down 2 3/4 cents on increased spring wheat carryout of 27 million bushels, and new crop.Here is a closer look at USDA’s latest estimates:CORNU.S corn ending stocks were raised by 100 mb (greater than expected) to 1.835 billion bushels (bb) versus an average pre-report trade estimate of 1.755 bb. The combination of a 25 mb reduction in corn used for ethanol to 5.550 bb and a 75 mb reduction in U.S. exports to 2.375 bb led to the gain. While most expected ethanol to move lower, few expected such a large decrease in exports. That was likely attributed to much larger and cheaper South American supplies. The season average price received by producers was lowered 5 cents to $3.55 per bushel.U.S. sorghum exports were lowered by 15 mb to 85 mb — the lowest since 2012-13 — and sorghum used for ethanol was lowered 5 mb. Offsetting that was an increase of 20 mb in feed and residual.World corn production was raised for India and lowered 500,000 metric tons (mt) to 11 million metric tons (511.7 mb) for South Africa. Corn exports were raised for Argentina (up 1 mmt) and Ukraine (up 500,000 mt) as U.S. exports were lowered. China’s ending stocks fell by 3 mmt (66.1 mb) — all attributed to higher feed usage. The net effect is that world ending corn stocks fell by 1.25 mmt from February to 308.53 mmt (12.1 bb).In addition to the 100 mb increase in U.S. ending stocks, should the WASDE projections for South America be realized, they would have production of 26.5 million metric tons (1.043 bb) more than last year.SOYBEANSThere were few changes in U.S. soybeans, with the 10 mb increase in domestic crush leading to the 10 mb decline in U.S. ending stocks to a still-record and burdensome 900 mb — close to what was expected pre-report.World soybean stocks increased by nearly 1 mmt to 107.17 mmt (3.94 bb), with a decrease in Brazilian soy production of 500,000 mt to 116.5 mmt (4.28 bb) and a decrease in China’s crush of 1 mmt. China imports were left unchanged. There are many in the trade who are doubtful that such a pace can be achieved with the ongoing spread of the African swine fever and its demand impact, as well as the ongoing trade issues with China, the top soy importer.The net effect of the March report for soybeans — though the changes were small — reinforces the ongoing saga of huge supplies.WHEATThe March USDA report led to a 45 mb larger ending stocks number than expected — about 20 mb higher than pre-report estimates. The increase was comprised mostly of a reduction in U.S. wheat exports by 35 mb, with the other 10 mb gain from an increase in imports of 5 mb and a reduction of 5 mb in food use. The season average farm price range was narrowed to $5.10 to $5.20, down 10 cents on the high side.World wheat ending stocks were raised by 3 mmt to 270.53 mmt (9.94 bb), with India’s decrease in consumption of 3 mmt being primarily responsible for the change. Larger EU and Brazil exports were offset by lower U.S. exports. Lower production forecasts for both Iraq and Kazakhstan were also featured.The gist of the USDA report on wheat was overall bearish as U.S. carryout approaches a surplus 1.1 bb. However, the recent 90-cent drop in futures prices in the past four weeks has likely already factored in the missed opportunities for U.S. wheat exports, hence the higher close on report day.Dana Mantini can be reached at [email protected] him on Twitter at @mantini_r(BE/AG)© Copyright 2019 DTN/The Progressive Farmer. All rights reserved.
Starting in June, the Intercontinental Hotel Group is testing out the use of smartphones as room keys. Using an app from OpenWays, patrons at the Holiday Inn Chicago O’ Hare Rosemont or the Holiday Inn Express Houston Downtown Convention Center download a distinct audio code into their iPhone, Blackberry or Android. Passing the phone by the door lock will open it and patrons will bypass the front desk altogether. Unless they need towels.For those who are used to researching, reserving and paying for hotels online, this may be a logical next step. It goes in line with such uses of smartphone-powered tech as United Airlines’ mobile boarding passes at airports.As Marin Perez points out in IntoMobile, it’s far from a no-brainer. Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces curt hopkins Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Related Posts “The app has to work consistently or it could lead to a lot of cheesed off customers. Additionally, hotels could lose that personal touch and branding connection with the customer, which is always a problem.”It would also be an expense for the hoteliers, as the system requires a special lock, without either keyhole or keycard swipe, on any room in the program. But if it goes off without a significant hitch, the handful of hotels and couple of months IGH intends to take for the test could turn into dozens of properties and no end of time. RFID AgainAnother hotel chain, Starwood, is one of many experimenting with radio frequency identification, or RFID. At their Lexington, Massachusetts property, the Aloft Hotel, they are equipping guests with RFID cards. Visitors interesting in giving RFID a try are given a “Starwood Preferred Guest” card specific to the Aloft. The day of their check-in, they are sent a text with their room number. The RFID card is programmed to open that door automatically. Although far from common, RFID keying systems are more common than audio-based ones.Even phones equipped with near-field communication, which reads RFID codes in door locks, have been used since 2006.As long as both indie and chain hotels and resorts are struggling for traveler dollars, expect their experiments to closely pace, and occasionally outstrip, their visitors’ personal technology choices. The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Tags:#Internet of Things#mobile#web What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech …
We went in-depth and behind the scenes with Nena Erb, the editor of Insecure, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and Project Greenlight.Talking the world of editing with prolific cutter Nena Erb, three qualities stand out. She believes in serving the story. She believes in lifting those around her up. She believes in herself.Nena Erb (photo by Merie Wallace).PremiumBeat: Do you have a particular way you like to work, or does it wholly depend on the producers and directors?Nena Erb: When I start an episode, I usually reach out to the director to say hi or introduce myself, if we haven’t worked together before. I typically ask them how they like to work. Do they like to camp out and watch me address notes on the fly, or are they the type that likes to screen it with me, give me notes, and then leave me to do the work? There are benefits to both methods, and I’m used to running the session in whatever method they prefer.PB: Does a warm personal connection produce the best results, or have you had artistic conflicts with the major players and it actually upped your game? How hard do you fight for your vision, or do you feel your role is to serve the directors?NE: Editing is an interesting job. It requires you to be objective and subjective. Subjective so you can pick the right performances that will best tell the story, and hopefully resonate with viewers. Objective so you can pivot quickly if someone doesn’t agree with your vision.Once you’ve handed in your editor’s cut, it’s not your vision anymore. It’s about the director’s vision or the producer’s vision or the studio’s vision, and your job is to make their vision reality.And I find that there’s no upside to pushback or [confrontation], if people have a difference of opinion. It’s not about who’s right or who’s wrong. It’s about how you want to tell the story. As an editor, I’ve already gone through all the dailies and know where all the bodies are buried, but they haven’t. It’s my job to take them down that path — even if I’ve already been there — so they can discover things for themselves. I find sometimes revisiting dailies will spark another idea, so I’m all for it.PB: You came aboard Insecure in Season 3. What’s it like being the new kid on the block with a show that has its tenor and tone pretty well established?NE: I’ve loved the series from the beginning, so I was excited (but also nervous) when I signed on to work on Season 3. Working with an entirely new group of people comes with its own challenges — not to mention learning the style and tone of the show. Fortunately, Issa Rae, Prentice Penny, Deniese Davis . . . pretty much the entire crew . . . were wonderful. They were all very supportive. And Mark Sadlek, the returning editor on the series, had been there from the pilot, so he was a great resource if I had any questions. The entire team was incredibly supportive and made my first season of the show a wonderful experience.Editor Thelma Schoonmaker with Martin Scorsese (via IMDB).PB: Editing actually has a long history of women participating: Thelma Schoonmaker, Sally Menke, Barbara McLean, Anne Coates. What do you think it is about — the role of the editor — that made it a more practical way in for women?NE: Back in the day, people felt editing was women’s work because it’s similar to sewing. I’m not sure when in history or how the scales were tipped in the other direction, but it’s become a male-dominated field. It’s hard to give a concrete comparison without stats, but I’ve often been the only woman in the post-production department on my projects. It’s only recently that I’ve found my way to projects that made it a point to hire women editors. Having a female voice in post-production is important. Especially if it’s a show about women. Men and women see and react to things differently, so it’s beneficial to have both voices in editorial.PB: You won an Emmy for Project Greenlight, and you’ve worked robustly in non-scripted formats. What’s the rush and the challenge in editing documentaries or reality shows vs. narratives?NE: In nonfiction, the camera captures and documents the events that happen. You have no idea what the story is, and it’s your job to find it in hundreds of hours of footage. Regardless of the project or genre, it’s all about the story. For nonfiction, I prefer to remain truthful. I don’t want to manufacture false moments because I’m not a fan of putting words in people’s mouths, if it’s not what they’ve already stated.On a narrative project, you know what the story is and your job becomes more about finding performances and cutting the project in a way that elicits the right emotion, or reaction, that you need to tell the story.Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (via CBS).PB: You’re editing the final season of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Is there any additional pressure to get it right?NE: The series was in Season 4, and there was a well-established look, sound, and tenor. The musical numbers, or videos, were what changed from episode to episode. That was challenging, not because it’s the final season but because they run the gamut in genre, and that’s what I love about the show.The look of the series is well-established, but you get to be creative in the way you cut the music videos. Cutting musical videos on Crazy Ex is a little different because these music videos are essentially Rebecca Bunch’s fantasy, so it’s important to establish the fantasy space vs. the reality of where she is in the show. This way the viewers aren’t confused as to what’s happening. That can be with a lighting change or an effect/treatment or sound design you put in post. And it’s also not just about the choreography in a big dance number, or the wow factor in dynamic camera moves — the most important thing is the jokes have to land.Nena Erb (photo by Rachel Luna).PB: I’m Jewish — you’re Asian — we’re basically the same people. We were raised with parents wanting us to become doctors and lawyers and around Majong games. How did you pitch your family on wanting to become an editor? (I’m asking this for the tons of readers who want to become part of this business, yet get major pushback from their families.)NE: There weren’t any major conversations with the parents where I shared what I wanted to do. I just kind of did it. And shockingly, they let me do my thing. I’m sure they thought if they let me do this for a little while, I’d get it out of my system and then go to medical school or law school. But after a little while, they realized that wasn’t happening and I was serious about having a career in the entertainment industry.I told my mom I loved what I was doing and that I can’t imagine doing anything else. And I remember asking her, if she were a patient, would she want a doctor who hated their job? She understood where I was coming from. I’m sure they were incredibly nervous for me but they let me forge on my own path. This is unusual because in Asian culture, it’s about the collective, not about the individual. So for them to allow me to do this went against everything they knew and believed in.Next of Kin.PB: I can’t help but notice that you do a lot of labor-of-love, low-profile projects. Many of them shorts. What draws you to these projects?NE: I’m drawn to the content. Powerful stories and well-written scripts are the reason I take on side projects. I enjoy collaborating with directors I’ve worked with before, or friends that I want to support. It’s also a great opportunity to try my hand in other genres, and it challenges me to solve problems, without having the backing of a big production. It really keeps me on my creative toes.Reese Witherspoon, Big Little Lies (via HBO).PB: Any bucket list genre or project you’d love to be doing? Someone you are dying to work with?NE: I would love to work on any of Reese Witherspoon’s projects, whether it’s a feature or one of her limited series. Big Little Lies was masterful, and she’s currently doing another limited series called Little Fires Everywhere, which was a book I loved. I feel she has great taste in the projects she picks, she’s a champion of women, and I love what she stands for.PB: Finally — any advice for someone who wants to be where you are?NE: For recent graduates or graduating seniors, look into ACE’s internship program. They will give you such an upper hand in getting into post-production. For those who are getting into post-production a little later in life, I’d say if you’re working as a PA, be the best PA you can be. Anticipate people’s needs and spend time with the assistant editors and learn as much as you can from them.For assistants wanting to move up, cut as much as you can get your hands on. No production will hire an unknown. Cut as many shorts on the side while working your day job and tell your editor you want to edit. Ask for scenes to cut or recaps to edit so you can be ready when the opportunity to get bumped up to the editor’s chair presents itself.Cover image via Insecure (HBO).Looking for more industry interviews? Check these out.Make Your Documentaries Matter with Awe-Inspiring MaterialComposer David Schwartz on VEEP, The Good Place and Arrested DevelopmentIndustry Insights: A Conversation with Actor and Director Melanie MayronIndustry Insights: Below the Line Women Speak OutIndustry Insights: The Blasting Company on Animation Scoring
Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH ‘Not about numbers’: Slaughter looking to help Ginebra in any way he can Read Next The addition of the teams, which was officially announced on Tuesday in a press conference Tuesday at Shangri-La Hotel at Bonifacio Global City, expands the league’s reach in Asia.“We’ll be able to bring more exciting games for the fans. You’ll be able to see other stars in the region,” Ilagan told INQUIRER.net. “You’re not just confined in the Philippines then you get to appreciate other countries’ basketball culture as well.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutIlagan believes it will be a “very competitive” season.“I think most if not all of our games will be down the wire this year. All the teams we have this year are very competitive. The addition of CLS Knights from Indonesia, Mono Vampire from Thailand, they are very established teams,” he said. “Plus, you add that team from China and the group from Taiwan who equally love basketball as we do.” Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa The ninth season opens on Nov. 17. Alab Pilipinas begins its campaign on Nov. 19 against the Eastern Long Lions at Mall of Asia Arena.The Philippines, bannered by reigning local MVP Bobby Ray Parks Jr. and import Ivan Johnson, will be tested right away against Hong Kong, which will be led by Fil-German Christian Standhardinger and Thai-American Tyler Lamb.“It will absolutely be a tough game. They have a loaded team over there with Christian but we’ll do our part and be ready for our opening game,” said new Alab head coach Jimmy Alapag. ADVERTISEMENT LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary Nine ABL teams for the 2017-2018 season. Photo from ASEAN Basketball LeagueA league record nine teams will see action in the new Asean Basketball League season which unfolds next month.Defending champion Hong Kong is expected to have its hands full with the entry of the Formosa Dreamers of Taiwan, CLS Knights Surabaya of Indonesia, Nanhai Long-Lions of China and returning Mono Vampire of Thailand.ADVERTISEMENT Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients MOST READ PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH PLAY LIST 05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH01:18Sangley airport to be operational in 7 days – Tugade03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games View comments
SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte SPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesDoncic led Dallas with 24 points. He had a go-ahead dunk with 5.8 seconds left and was fouled, but missed a free throw that would have put the Mavericks up by two.“I should have made that free throw,” Doncic said. “I feel like I let my team down.” Hong Kong tunnel reopens, campus siege nears end Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem Jalen Brunson had 20 points and Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 17 for the well-traveled Mavericks.Dallas looked like the team with more energy, building an eight-point lead in the first half and ending the second quarter on a 13-2 run to take a six-point lead at the break.Denver came out strong in the third quarter, but the Mavericks responded with eight straight points and led by as many as 12.The Nuggets used a 12-2 run in the fourth to get to 93-91. Jokic, who was 0 for 4 from the floor in the first three quarters, hit a layup to get Denver within a basket. Millsap tied the game at 95, and a free throw by Jokic with 1:06 left gave the Nuggets a 98-97 lead.Brunson missed a baseline jumper, but a Denver turnover with 20.3 seconds left gave Dallas the ball and set up the final sequence.TIP-INSMavericks: F Kristaps Porzingis was with the team a day after taking part in his first 5-on-5 practice. Porzingis, acquired from New York on Jan. 31, has not played since tearing his ACL last season.Nuggets: Torrey Craig was out with a left shoulder sprain sustained Tuesday night. Craig was hurt in the last 20 seconds of mop-up time. … F Trey Lyles was active after missing nine games with a left hamstring strain.STRANGE DAYSCarlisle has spent more than three decades in the NBA as a coach or player, but the Mavericks’ flight being pushed back to Thursday morning because of the blizzard was a new one for him. “In the modern era of private planes or charters, I’ve never been with a team that this has happened,” he said.“It was a different kind of day, for sure. It’s a very unusual situation. Some people got some photos from the air of rows of cars slid out all over the place. It must have been a crazy day (Wednesday).”UP NEXTMavericks: Host the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday night.Nuggets: Wrap up their three-game homestand against Indiana on Saturday night.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Trump campaign, GOP groups attack Google’s new ad policy The big man rescued Denver after the Nuggets trailed by 12 early in the fourth quarter. Jokic finished with 11 points, 14 rebounds and eight assists, hitting all four of his field goals in the fourth — including the game-winner.“That’s what we need him to do. He’s been doing it for us all year,” teammate Paul Millsap said. “He’s got my vote for MVP, for sure.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Denver called a timeout and drew up a play for Jokic. He drove to the right of Dwight Powell, stopped and thought about a fadeaway, but the shot wasn’t there.“I felt like he was going to block it, so I just go to the right hand and throw it somehow. And the ball went in,” Jokic said. “Powell played really good defense. He was right there but I made a lucky shot.”It spoiled a gutty effort by the Mavericks. The team was scheduled to leave Dallas on Wednesday afternoon, but Denver International Airport canceled flights in and out due to poor weather, forcing the Mavericks to fly in on Thursday morning. The team left Dallas at 8 a.m., arrived in Denver at 9 a.m. and nearly pulled off the upset before Jokic’s clutch shot.“Luka made a great play to get the lead, and they hit as difficult a shot as you’re going to hit to win a game with no time left,” Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle said.Millsap finished with a season-high 33 points for the Nuggets (45-22), who strengthened their hold on the No. 2 seed in the Western Conference after holding Dallas to 10 points in the fourth quarter. 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(AP Photo/David Zalubowski)DENVER — Luka Doncic’s emphatic dunk capped a great night for the Dallas Mavericks rookie. Nikola Jokic topped him and saved the game for the Denver Nuggets, earning him some support in the MVP race.Jokic hit a falling, one-handed shot as time expired to lift the Nuggets over the weary Mavericks 100-99 on Thursday.ADVERTISEMENT Urgent reply from Philippine football chief P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting