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PAGKILALA SA KAPWA AY KAGANDAHANG-LOOB

Binabae-babaeng napunta sa katawan o katauhan ng lalaki, ang lumang pagkilala natin sa mga taong tila hindi natin maintindihan. Ngayon ay may bago nang tawag sa kanila – LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender o transsexual, queer o questioning) humaba na nga nang humaba ang tawag sa kanila LGBTQ (IAAP) intersex, asexual, ally at pansexual. Patuloy […] The post PAGKILALA SA KAPWA AY KAGANDAHANG-LOOB appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

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‘LGBTQ masyadong bine-baby, may karapatan din ang babae’t lalaki!’

Vivian Velez took a swipe at controversial transgender Gretchen Diez on her Facebook account. “I believe if you have the male parts you go to the males’ bathroom and if you have the female parts you go to a ladies room and that’s just the way we were raised. “I have the utmost respect for […] The post ‘LGBTQ masyadong bine-baby, may karapatan din ang babae’t lalaki!’ appeared first on Bandera......»»

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Iran unveils homegrown missile defense system

TEHRAN, Iran – Iran unveiled its new homegrown air defense system on Thursday, August 22, at a time of increased tensions with the United States . Iranian officials have previously called Bavar-373 the Islamic republic's first domestically produced long-range missile defense system. Tehran began making Bavar – which means ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsAug 23rd, 2019Related News

Shaun Ildefonso here to take the lead for NU in UAAP 82

Shaun Ildefonso is the team captain of National University for the upcoming UAAP 82 Men's Basketball Tournament. He himself still couldn't believe the fact that the leadership reins were handed to him in only his second season as a Bulldog and third overall in the UAAP Seniors Divison. "Nope. Never in my life did I expect this," he said. He then continued, "I've never been team captain in my life, but I know it's a big responsibility." For Ildefonso's mentor, however, he was well worthy to lead the blue and gold from the moment he transferred to Sampaloc from Katipunan. "'Di naman ako ni-recruit ng NU diba and sumama lang ako sa dad ko so pagpunta ko, I really worked my ass off be it in practices or in games," he said, recalling the time when he decided to go with tatay Danny Ildefonso as he became an assistant coach in his alma mater. He then continued, "I think that's why si Coach Jamike [Jarin], all year, saw leadership habits sa akin and sinabi niya at the end of last season, 'Shaun, you're gonna be the team captain.'" From there, NU head coach Jamike Jarin had one task and one task only for the eldest son of Philippine basketball legend Danny Ildefonso. "Sinasabi lang ni coach lagi sa akin, 'I-lead mo lang yung team. Ikaw talaga ang magsisilbing spark natin," Shaun shared. In that light, the 6-foot-2 forward is the very first one to accept his role for the Bulldogs - even if that means taking a backseat to younger brother Dave. "Sinasabi ko lagi sa kanila, 'Guys, kahit ano sabihin niyo, kapag NU, si Dave yan so you just have to accept your roles,'" he narrated. He then continued, "Dun kasi kami mag-aachieve. 'Di naman kakayanin ni Dave mag-isa so kami, accept our roles lang. Dun kami magiging iisa." After all, the now 21-year-old had a frontrow seat to how a team that had everybody accepting their roles was able to climb to the mountaintop. In his last year in Ateneo de Manila High School back in 2015, Shaun was a key cog for a championship machine led by Mike Nieto. And there, each and every Blue Eaglet had no problem with their role - Mike being the paint presence, Matt Nieto being the playmaker, Jolo Mendoza being the sharpshooter, Gian Mamuyac and Enzo Joson doing it all, and Shaun himself doing the dirty work. That kind of well-oiled machine is what the team captain hopes to turn on now in NU. "Si Mike, siya talaga yung naging glue namin kaya kami sobrang lakas kahit 'di kami ganun katangkad," he said, referring to how Ateneo paled in comparison to runner-up Nazareth School of National University which was then fronted by Mark Dyke, Jordan Sta. Ana, and John Lloyd Clemente as well as Justine Baltazar. He then continued, "Pero sinasabi lang niya lagi nun, do your roles. Ayun, gumana naman diba." --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsAug 22nd, 2019Related News

MMDA official wants Duterte to have emergency powers for traffic

MANILA, Philippines – Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) General Manager Jojo Garcia "always agrees with the wisdom of the President," even if it means granting him emergency powers for traffic. "Kung hinihingi ng Presidente natin, alam niya kung bakit, alam natin kung bakit, (If the president is asking for it, ........»»

Source: Rappler RapplerCategory: NewsAug 22nd, 2019Related News

KASUHAN MO SILA, GRETCHEN

Naipakita ang kamangmangan ng ating mga kapwa Filipino sa insidente ng pagmamaltrato kay “Gretchen Diez,” isang transgender diumano na pilit pinalabas ng kubeta ng kababaihan sa Farmers Market, Cubao, Quezon City noong nakaraang linggo.  Nagawa ni Gretchen na makunan ng video ang kanyang sinapit na pang-aapi sa kamay ng isang janitress, mga kasamahan nito at […] The post KASUHAN MO SILA, GRETCHEN appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

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Transwoman umeksena sa Malacañang

Nakipagkita kay Pa­ngulong Rodrigo Duterte sa Malacañang si Gret­chen Diez, ang transgender na pinigilang makapasok sa pambabaeng restroom sa isang mall sa Cubao, Quezon City......»»

Source: Abante AbanteCategory: NewsAug 20th, 2019Related News

Duterte vows EO to address LGBT issues

President Duterte has vowed to sign an executive order aimed at threshing out issues being raised by lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) groups, Sen. Christopher Go said yesterday......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsAug 20th, 2019Related News

Quick and Healthy Back-to-School Baon Ideas Your Kids Will Love

School season is here! Going back-to-school means excitement for kids but can be stressful for busy moms as meal planning comes into play. Preparing baon for your kids can be a struggle considering both their picky tastes and the nutritional content they need to grow strong and healthy. That is why Swedish appliance brand Electrolux […].....»»

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Gender fair ordinance, ipinag-utos ni Mayor Joy Belmonte

  CRESILYN CATARONG   MARIING kinundena ni Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte ang naganap na diskriminasyon sa isang transgender woman sa isang mall sa Cubao sa kabila ng pagkakaroon ng ordinansa na nagpoprotekta sa karapatan ng mga miyembro ng LGBT community. Kasunod ito ng insidente ng sapilitang pagpapaalis ng isang janitress ng Farmers Mall kay […] The post Gender fair ordinance, ipinag-utos ni Mayor Joy Belmonte appeared first on PINAS......»»

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LIVE: Senate hearing on anti-discrimination bill

The public hearing comes a week after transgender woman Gretchen Diez was blocked from using the women's restroom at a mall in Cubao, prompting discussions on renewed calls to pass the SOGIE (Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression) Equality Bill, also known as the Anti-Discrimination Bill......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsAug 20th, 2019Related News

LGBT+ hindi dapat katakutan at pandirihan kapwa-tao po sila

DESMAYADO tayo pero naawa rin sa ginawa ng isang security guard at ng mga pulis sa isang transgender woman na biktima ng ignoransiya sa batas at karapatan ng ating kapwa. Hindi naman kaila na trending na sa social media ang naganap na diskriminasyon sa paggamit ng comfort room sa isang mall sa Araneta Complex, Cubao ........»»

Source: Hatawtabloid HatawtabloidCategory: MoviesAug 20th, 2019Related News

LGBT+ hindi dapat katakutan at pandirihan kapwa-tao po sila

DESMAYADO tayo pero naawa rin sa ginawa ng isang security guard at ng mga pulis sa isang transgender woman na biktima ng ignoransiya sa batas at karapatan ng ating kapwa. Hindi naman kaila na trending na sa social media ang naganap na diskriminasyon sa paggamit ng comfort room sa isang mall sa Araneta Complex, Cubao ........»»

Source: Hatawtabloid HatawtabloidCategory: MoviesAug 20th, 2019Related News

LOOK- Gretchen Diez visits Malacaang, meets Duterte - ABS-CBN News

LOOK: Gretchen Diez visits Malacaang, meets Duterte ABS-CBN News MANILA - President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday met transgender woman Gretchen Diez in Malacaang, a photo sent by Senator Christopher .....»»

Source: Manilanews ManilanewsCategory: NewsAug 20th, 2019Related News

Rookie Survey: Zion Williamson, Ja Morant early favorites to shine in 2019-20

By John Schuhmann, NBA.com Last season was the first time in 34 years (since 1984-85) that the top five picks of the previous Draft went on to be the five players who comprised the All-Rookie First Team. One year later, the teams that had those top five picks should feel pretty good about their decisions. Time will tell about the five teams that had the top five picks in this year's Draft. But it's clear that fellow rookies approve of the guys selected in the top two. In this year's NBA.com Rookie Survey, 62 percent of responders picked the New Orleans Pelicans' Zion Williamson or the Memphis Grizzlies' Ja Morant to win the Kia Rookie of the Year award. Williamson made Rookie Survey history with how many votes he got in the "Most athletic" question, while Morant was a clear favorite for "Best playmaker." The two top picks received the most total votes on the survey, but it was No. 7 pick Coby White (of the Chicago Bulls) and No. 33 pick Carsen Edwards (Boston Celtics) who each received votes on a survey-high five questions. In total, 38 different rookies received votes on at least one of the seven questions about their class, a deep one if these guys got it right. For the 11th time in the last 13 years, NBA.com sat down with the rookie class at the annual Rookie Photo Shoot. In addition to the seven questions about their fellow rookies, this year's group (of 42) answered a few about the current player they most admire and what they're expecting as they make the jump to the NBA. * * * NOTE: Players were asked not to vote for themselves, college teammates or NBA teammates. (Some still did, and those votes were discounted.) * * * Who will be the 2019-20 Kia Rookie of the Year? 1. Zion Williamson, New Orleans -- 35% 2. Ja Morant, Memphis -- 27% 3. R.J. Barrett, New York -- 5%     Cam Reddish, Atlanta -- 5% Others receiving votes: Nickeil Alexander-Walker, New Orleans; Goga Bitadze, Indiana; Brandon Clarke, Memphis; Carsen Edwards, Boston; Darius Garland, Cleveland; Kyle Guy, Sacramento; Rui Hachimura, Washington; Romeo Langford, Boston; Coby White, Chicago; Grant Williams, Boston Last year: DeAndre Ayton and Collin Sexton -- 18% Worth noting: Williamson feels like a strong pick, but in the previous 10 years of the survey, the top vote-getter has gone on to win the Kia Rookie of the Year award just once. That was in 2007 (the first year of the survey), when Kevin Durant received 54 percent of the vote. Williamson is the first player in the last five years to receive at least one third of the vote, and he might have had more if some of his fellow rookies (those that voted for the six guys selected outside the Lottery) had studied their history. Of the 67 Rookie of the Year winners (that weren't territorial picks in the 1950s and early '60s), 61 (or 91 percent) were selected in the top 10 of the Draft, and 52 (or 78 percent) were selected in the top five. Which rookie will have the best career? 1. Cam Reddish, Atlanta -- 19% 2. Ja Morant, Memphis -- 16% 3. De'Andre Hunter, Atlanta -- 11% 4. R.J. Barrett, New York -- 5%     Jaxson Hayes, New Orleans -- 5%     Coby White, Chicago -- 5%     Zion Williamson, New Orleans -- 5% Others receiving votes: Nickeil Alexander-Walker, New Orleans; Jarrett Culver, Minnesota; Carsen Edwards, Boston; Darius Garland, Cleveland; Rui Hachimura, Washington; Keldon Johnson, San Antonio; Mfiondu Kabengele, LA Clippers; Romeo Langford, Boston; Cody Martin, Charlotte; Eric Paschall, Golden State; Tremont Waters, Boston; Dylan Windler, Cleveland Last year: Wendell Carter Jr. -- 13% Worth noting: This is the sixth straight year that a Duke player has earned (or tied for) the most votes on this question, with Reddish joining Jabari Parker (2014), Jahlil Okafor (2015), Brandon Ingram (2016), Jayson Tatum (2017) and Carter. The seven players who received multiple votes were all selected in the top 10, though there were another eight votes for players selected outside the Lottery. Which rookie was the biggest steal at where he was selected in the Draft? 1. Bol Bol (44), Denver -- 19%     Kevin Porter Jr. (30), Cleveland -- 19% 3. Carsen Edwards (33), Boston -- 5%     Nassir Little (25), Portland -- 5%     Isaiah Roby (45), Dallas -- 5%     Coby White (7), Chicago -- 5%     Grant Williams (22), Boston -- 5% Others receiving votes: Nickeil Alexander-Walker (17), New Orleans; Brandon Clarke (21), Memphis; Jaxson Hayes (8), New Orleans; Talen Horton-Tucker (46), L.A. Lakers; Keldon Johnson (29), San Antonio; Mfiondu Kabengele (27), LA Clippers; Romeo Langford (14), Boston; Jordan Poole (28), Golden State; Cam Reddish (10), Atlanta; Luka Samanic (19), San Antonio; Admiral Schofield (42), Washington; Quinndary Weatherspoon (49), San Antonio; Dylan Windler (26), Cleveland Last year: Keita Bates-Diop -- 13% Worth noting: As it often does, this question got the biggest range of answers, including each of the last six picks of the first round. But Bol and Porter, two of the six players from the Pac-12 Conference, clearly stood out among the group. Draymond Green is the only one of the previous 16 players to earn (or tie for) the most votes on this question (which was worded "Which rookie is being most overlooked" through 2014) that has ever been an All-Star, though Donovan Mitchell is certainly a potential All-Star in the years to come. Which rookie is the most athletic? 1. Zion Williamson, New Orleans -- 87% 2. Brandon Clarke, Memphis -- 8% Others receiving votes: Jaxson Hayes, New Orleans; Kevin Porter Jr., Cleveland Last year: Zhaire Smith -- 24% Worth noting: The 87 percent that Williamson earned here is the greatest percentage of the vote that any player has earned on any question in the history of the Rookie Survey, surpassing the 79 percent that Stephen Curry got for "Best Shooter" in 2009. That's good company. Which rookie is the best shooter? 1. Tyler Herro, Miami -- 33% 2. Kyle Guy, Sacramento -- 29% 3. Cameron Johnson, Phoenix -- 13% 4. Ty Jerome, Phoenix -- 8% 5. Jordan Poole, Golden State -- 4% Others receiving votes: Ignas Brazdeikis, New York; Carsen Edwards, Boston; Darius Garland, Cleveland; Zion Williamson, New Orleans; Dylan Windler, Cleveland Last year: Trae Young -- 47% Worth noting: Guy made twice as many 3-pointers (120 at a 43-percent clip) for Virginia last season than Herro did in his one season for Kentucky (60 at 36 percent). Johnson (47 percent) shot better than both of them and the Suns could benefit from having two of the top four players here. Phoenix ranked 29th or 30th in effective field goal percentage from outside the paint in each of the last three seasons. Which rookie is the best defender? 1. Matisse Thybulle, Philadelphia -- 37% 2. De'Andre Hunter, Atlanta -- 29% 3. Brandon Clarke, Memphis -- 8%     Jaxson Hayes, New Orleans -- 8%     Nassir Little, Portland -- 8% Others receiving votes: Bol Bol, Denver; Jarrett Culver, Minnesota; Bruno Fernando, Atlanta; Coby White, Chicago Last year: Jevon Carter -- 29% Worth noting: This is the only question for which Thybulle received any votes, but he received the greatest percentage of the vote on this question since Victor Oladipo (63% in 2013). While Thybulle is joining a team with a handful of guys that have already proven to be impact defenders, Hunter's defense is more critical to the success of the Hawks, who ranked 28th on that end of the floor last season. Which rookie is the best playmaker? 1. Ja Morant, Memphis -- 40% 2. Darius Garland, Cleveland -- 15% 3. Ty Jerome, Phoenix -- 10%     Coby White, Chicago -- 10% 5. Nickeil Alexander-Walker, New Orleans -- 8% 6. Kevin Porter Jr., Cleveland -- 6%     Tremont Waters, Boston -- 6% Others receiving votes: Carsen Edwards, Boston; Kyle Guy, Sacramento Last year: Trae Young -- 35% Worth noting: Morant led the nation in assists by a pretty wide margin. In Memphis, the latest winner on this question is replacing the first; Mike Conley received 45 percent of the vote for best playmaker in the initial, 2007 survey. The Grizzlies would surely love to see Morant stick around as long as Conley did. Winning this category as a Laker -- as Lonzo Ball and D'Angelo Russell both once did -- apparently means that you're going to be traded less than two years after doing so. What will be the biggest adjustment for you, playing in the NBA? 1. Speed or pace of the game -- 40% 2. Physicality (athleticism, size and strength of opponents) -- 21%     Schedule/Length of season -- 21% 4. Lifestyle/Time management -- 12% Also receiving votes: Longer 3-point distance, Playing NBA defense Last year: Speed or pace of the game -- 31% Worth noting: According to the great Ken Pomeroy, the average pace in NCAA Division I was just 69.0 possessions per 40 minutes last season. When adjusted for a 48-minute game (82.8), that would be almost 18 possessions per 48 slower than the average NBA pace (100.7 per 48). So yeah, speed of the game should be an adjustment. What is the most important skill you need to develop? 1. Shooting -- 32% 2. Ball-handling -- 16% 3. Passing -- 9% 4. Strength -- 7% 5. Decision-making -- 5%     Defense -- 5%     Everything -- 5%     Money management -- 5% Also receiving votes: Leadership, Mindset, Patience, Playmaking, Playing off the ball, Post skills, Time management Last year: Ball-handling and shooting -- 19% Worth noting: Self-improvement is both a physical and mental thing. There are five votes in here for the mental aspects of improvement (even more if you consider "passing" and/or "defense" to be more of a mindset than anything else), and a few more for managing things (time and money) off the court. Who is your favorite player in the league? 1. LeBron James, L.A. Lakers -- 38% 2. Kevin Durant, Brooklyn -- 20% 3. Kawhi Leonard, LA Clippers -- 8%     Damian Lillard, Portland -- 8% 5. Devin Booker, Phoenix -- 5%     James Harden, Houston -- 5% Others receiving votes: Jamal Crawford; Kevin Garnett; Paul George, LA Clippers; C.J. McCollum, Portland; Steve Nash; Pascal Siakam, Toronto; Russell Westbrook, Houston Last year: LeBron James -- 29% Worth noting: In the 10-year history of this question, only three players have been the top vote-getter. James, named the top guy for the fourth time, separates himself from Durant (3) and Kobe Bryant (3). Interestingly, Bryant wasn't one of the two retired guys -- Garnett and Nash, this time -- to get votes. John Schuhmann is a senior stats analyst for NBA.com. You can e-mail him here, find his archive here and follow him on Twitter. The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or Turner Broadcasting......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsAug 20th, 2019Related News

Congress determined to avert budget delay

  DETERMINED to avoid the disastrous three-month delay in the approval of the National Budget for this year, the House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means an­nounced it will start deliberations on next year’s budget on Thursday, August 22. On that day the committee, headed by Rep. Isidro Ungab of Davao City, will open […].....»»

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Mayweather-Pacquiao: No Saudi, No Rematch

No trip to Saudi Arabia means no rematch with Manny Pacquiao......»»

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Gretchen Diez meets Duterte, teases surprise for LGBTQ+ community

MANILA, Philippines – Six days after she was prevented from using the women's restroom and arrested for documenting the incident , transgender woman Gretchen Custodio Diez was booked for a meeting with no less than President Rodrigo Duterte in Malacañang on Monday evening, August 19. Diez told Rappler in a phone interview that she was invited by Duterte, their meeting began ........»»

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‘Government lost P1.3 trillion in 3 years to tax exemptions’

The government lost P1.3 trillion over three years to “unnecessary” tax exemptions and other incentives thousands of businesses are allowed “to enjoy forever,” the chairman of the House of Representatives committee on ways and means said yesterday......»»

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Popovich faces tough numbers game for FIBA World Cup

By Tim Reynolds, Associated Press ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — When Gregg Popovich was cut from the 1972 U.S. Olympic basketball roster, those making the decision took the easiest way out. They posted a note. “Clueless people,” Popovich said, 47 years later, grinning to at least try to suggest it doesn’t still bother him too much. It’ll soon be time for Popovich to walk in those same decision-making shoes, when he has to pare USA Basketball’s roster from 13 players to 12 in time for the FIBA World Cup this month. All 13 remaining hopefuls were on the team plane Saturday to Australia. So when the last cut gets made — expect it about Aug. 27, unless injuries happen — a guy will see his gold-medal hopes come to a quick end. And no, Popovich is not looking forward to this. “When you cut people from your regular NBA team, it’s difficult,” said Popovich, USA Basketball’s men’s national coach. “We’re going to have to do that. And it’s going to be even more so. I’m dreading having to do that. But it’s got to get done.” There have been more than 50 NBA players linked to this World Cup team at some point in the last year or so, most of them dropping out of consideration on their own, citing schedule demands or concerns. A few others were eliminated after injuries. Only two to this point — Miami’s Bam Adebayo and Chicago’s Thaddeus Young — were actually cut, those moves coming after the first week of training camp in Las Vegas. It would have been 14 players going to Australia, but Sacramento’s De’Aaron Fox decided Saturday (Sunday, PHL time) to leave the team. So there’s one cut left. It will be downright brutal. “It just means that guys are doing their jobs,” Milwaukee’s Khris Middleton said. “We’re making it as tough as it can be on them. I think guys have been great all camp, just being positive, bringing energy and playing as hard as they can, giving their body up for everybody else. So that’s a huge thing for everybody.” It would seem like there are a handful of locks to make the team: Kemba Walker, Donovan Mitchell, Harrison Barnes, Mason Plumlee, Myles Turner and Middleton. They were starters Friday night (Saturday, PHL time) against Spain — Plumlee started the first half, Turner the second, with the U.S. still mixing and matching. Jayson Tatum played more minutes than nearly everyone Friday (Saturday, PHL time). Joe Harris — the NBA’s best three-point shooter last season — should be on this team based on the importance of shooting from deep in the international game. Brook Lopez should make the team for the same reason since his seven-foot frame and three-point game seem made for the FIBA stage. That’s nine, or four guys left for three spots. Marcus Smart is a bit of a wild card — unable to play in either the Spain game or the intrasquad scrimmage Aug. 9 (Aug. 10, PHL time) because of a calf issue, though the fact that he’s still on the roster strongly suggests the U.S. has him in its plans. Assuming he’s healthy now, pencil him into a spot. (If he’s not healthy, that makes the decision obvious and simple.) Jaylen Brown brings toughness, and he’s played well enough to merit a uniform as well. That, if the U.S. is keeping Smart, makes it 11 players. That would mean two guys remain for one spot. Arguments for both can be made. Kyle Kuzma played very well against Spain on Friday night (Saturday, PHL time) and teammates have raved about his effort in camp. Derrick White was a select-teamer before getting called up, and plays for Popovich in San Antonio. It certainly would make sense to have someone in the team room fluent in Popovich’s hows and whys. There is no obvious solution, no easy way out of this conundrum for Popovich, USA Basketball managing director Jerry Colangelo and the rest of the U.S. coaches. “From top to bottom, everybody is hungry and wants to prove something — that we can get this job done,” Middleton said. If nothing else, Popovich won’t be sending the unlucky-to-be-cut guy a note. The easiest thing he could have done after the Spain game is tap those who didn’t make it on the shoulder, deliver a fond adieu and offer well-wishes for NBA training camp next month. Instead, he’ll bring 13 guys to the other side of the world, spend another 10 days or so squeezing every bit of effort out of them, teach them some more about basketball and wine, and then decide which one to send home. Sounds like how he wishes he was treated in 1972. Asked why he didn’t pick the final roster before Australia, Popovich was succinct. “It seemed like the right thing to do,” he said......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsAug 18th, 2019Related News