In the Lakers’ first offer to the Pelicans for Anthony Davis, the Lakers answered in kind by offering Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma, Rajon Rondo, Michael Beasley and a first-round pick. Rumor has it they also included Lance Stephenson as a potential trade.
Looks like they’re willing to part with pretty much anyone! Read the article here:
The Oscars are coming up on February 24. I don’t usually watch award shows on TV but I’m certainly interested in who will win for the main categories. Bohemian Rhapsody, Green Book, A Star is Born, Vice. These are all the popular favorites. Who will win? We will soon find out! Let me know your picks.
If you’re embracing 2019 as your year, congratulations! We’re into February now and hope your goals are going accordingly. I have a few business and personal goals to achieve myself. What are yours? Everyone needs a helping hand now and then.
I found this article helpful. Check out 10 Tips to Make 2019 Your Year by Success magazine.
Let’s take a look back at how crypto currency fared in 2018.
The year started off with a bang but ended with a whimper. The market as a whole shed 84% and $700 billion. This article explores key events in the year of the bear for crypto, month by month. It’s a pretty detailed take on what went down with crypto last year.
While LeBron James did some light shooting at practice, he will stay out in the game vs. the Oklahoma City Thunder. The injury is a strained groin suffered in the Christmas game with the Golden State Warriors.
While there was initially optimism that he would return to play quickly, the strain is now deemed significant, and will likely cause him to miss several games. No timeline for return has been announced .
What films will you be heading to the movie theater to see this January? There are many promising titles out there: Aquaman for the adventurous, Mary Poppins Returns for families, Holmes and Watson for a good laugh, The Mule for some drama with Clint Eastwood, and Second Act for date night.
It’s tough to choose. Let me know what you think are winners.
Being successful is nothing unless you’re happy. But don’t make the same old resolutions this year and give up on them halfway through January. Did you know that 60 percent of people make New Year’s resolutions, yet only eight percent are successful in achieving their goals?
Be the eight percent. What’s on your list?