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  • Mike Conley trade rumors: Grizzlies guard doesn’t want to be sent to Jazz; Memphis seeking multiple 1st-round picks

    first_imgOn the Mike Conley front, sources tell @TheAthletic that Indiana remains among the teams in talks with Memphis to land him. Utah, as others have mentioned, also involved. Indications from Toronto and Pacers side that Grizzlies price is prohibitively high. https://t.co/oiZk0KFR95— Sam Amick (@sam_amick) February 6, 2019Conley has spent his entire 12-year career in Memphis. He has tallied 20.4 points and 6.4 assists per game while knocking down 36.5 percent of his 3-point attempts in 2018-19.The point guard agreed to a five-year, $153 million deal with the Grizzlies in the summer of 2016. NBA trade deadline: Wizards send Otto Porter Jr. to Bulls in exchange for Jabari Parker, Bobby Portis Memphis is said to be seeking multiple first-round picks in exchange for Conley … and we have seen two deals in the last week (Porzingis and Tobias) that had teams (Dallas and Philly) willing to go to those lengths— Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) February 6, 2019The Pistons and Jazz are the “front-runners” to land the 31-year-old, according to a report from The Athletic earlier this week. But, Conley is reluctant to play for Utah, according to the Times.Have heard the same as Windy: There is reluctance on Conley’s part to go to Utah. That said … this is not the first time that the Jazz have heard that. Conley is owed $66 million over the next two seasons. If Utah and Memphis came to terms, Conley would have to go … https://t.co/g4OVNcRkQ1— Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) February 6, 2019The Pacers also remain involved in discussions to acquire Conley, The Athletic reported Wednesday. NBA trade deadline: Suns acquire Heat guard Tyler Johnsoncenter_img Related News The Grizzlies continue to shop Mike Conley.Memphis is asking teams for multiple first-round picks in exchange for the 31-year-old guard, according to a report from the New York Times.last_img read more

  • Elliott, Smith top national chess championships

    first_imgFIDE Master (FM) Warren Elliott recovered from a poor start to win back-to-back titles and claim a historic eighth hold on the Digicel Absolute National Chess Championships. Elliott, who needed at least a draw against National Master Peter Myers to retain the most prestigious local championships title, he stayed on course to win in 27 moves and topped the 11th and final round a point ahead of the field. Elliott finished on 8.5 points, while second position went to fellow FIDE Master Damion Davy, who ended on 7.5 points. Third was National Master Andrew Mellace with seven points, while the fourth and fifth positions were secured by Candidate Master (CM) Brandon Wilson and CM Malaku Lorne, both with 6.5 points. Rounding off the championships was Shreyas Smith (5.5), Kevin Merritt (five), Deborah Richards-Porter (4.5), Paul Brooks (four), Peter Myers (four), Daren Wisdom (four) and Ian Wilkinson (2.5). Meanwhile, WCM Annesha Smith defeated Sheanel Gardner in the final round to finish on 5.5 points and secure her second hold on the Women’s Championship, which was played simultaneously with the men’s championship. In second position was WCM Melisha Smith on 4.5 points, with third going to Krishna Gray on four points, followed by WCM Ariel Barrett and Sheanel Gardner, respectively. The championships were sponsored by Digicel, the Jamaica Chess Federation, Chrystar Villas and the Jamaica Olympic Association. It selects the national champion and Jamaica’s representatives at the senior level.last_img read more

  • 10 months agoSchalke ending loan of Chelsea fullback Baba

    first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Schalke ending loan of Chelsea fullback Bababy Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveSchalke are ending the loan of Chelsea fullback Abdul Rahman Baba.The Ghana international has struggled to overcome a knee injury suffered in January 2017.And Sky Deutschland says Schalke have decided to end the loan and send Baba back to Chelsea.The defender has spent part of this season already in London for treatment in the final stage of his injury recovery. last_img read more

  • 16 days agoReturn pushed back for Newcastle winger Ritchie after surgery

    first_imgReturn pushed back for Newcastle winger Ritchie after surgeryby Ansser Sadiq16 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveNewcastle United winger Matt Ritchie has undergone an operation on his ankle.The Scotland international has been out of action since August. He has been recovering from a nasty challenge by Hamza Choudhury in the League Cup lost to Leicester City.The Chronicle says a decision was made to have the surgery to “clear up the area” around his ankle. Ritchie had recently returned to first-team training but his return now looks likely to be further away than anticipated. About the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

  • Additional Legislative Support to Boost Public Safety

    first_img Additional legislative support to further boost public safety and citizen security will be pursued in earnest by the Government during 2019/20. Story Highlights “Addressing crime and violence is one of the most challenging tasks that require practical initiatives supported by robust legislative and policy frameworks. In furtherance of securing Jamaica, this year, the Government has allocated significant capital expenditure for National Security and Defence,” Governor-General, His Excellency the Most Hon. Sir Patrick Allen, has announced. This will bolster measures that were undertaken in 2018 to disrupt criminal networks, protect Jamaica’s borders and meet the challenges of the future, “by embracing technology and improving intra- and inter-cooperation and coordination,” he said. Additional legislative support to further boost public safety and citizen security will be pursued in earnest by the Government during 2019/20.“Addressing crime and violence is one of the most challenging tasks that require practical initiatives supported by robust legislative and policy frameworks. In furtherance of securing Jamaica, this year, the Government has allocated significant capital expenditure for National Security and Defence,” Governor-General, His Excellency the Most Hon. Sir Patrick Allen, has announced.This will bolster measures that were undertaken in 2018 to disrupt criminal networks, protect Jamaica’s borders and meet the challenges of the future, “by embracing technology and improving intra- and inter-cooperation and coordination,” he said.The Governor-General was delivering the Throne Speech at the 2019/20 Ceremonial Opening of Parliament at Gordon House, on Thursday (February 14), under the theme ‘In Partnership towards the New Prosperous Jamaica’.He said that among the key pieces of legislation being targeted is the Police Act, which will facilitate the Jamaica Constabulary Force’s (JCF) modernisation and transformation.This, he informed, is ready for Cabinet approval and subsequent tabling in the Houses of Parliament.The Governor-General also advised that the Enhanced Security Measures Act will be developed and tabled this year.“It must be noted that the Act requires focused unity of purpose, as we must speak with one voice,” he emphasised.The proposed National Security Council Act, which will facilitate the Council’s establishment in law, will also be introduced during the course of the new parliamentary year.The Governor-General also informed that amendments to the Criminal Justice (Suppression of Criminal Organisations) Act, currently before a Joint Select Parliamentary Committee, is slated for completion this year.Additionally, regulations for the Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Agency (MOCA) Act are currently being prepared to provide the necessary support.The Governor-General also announced that the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) will be amended to ensure compliance with the recommendations of the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force’s Mutual Evaluation of Jamaica, conducted in 2016, “as well as to update the Act for greater effectiveness”.He said that the proposed merger of the Police Services Commission and the Police Civilian Oversight Authority, earmarked for this year, will facilitate the development of one oversight body to monitor and evaluate the JCF’s performance.last_img read more