I think the Cavs need to resign Tristan Thompson. I know this isn’t some sizzling hot take but he was amazing for them and kept them in the finals throughout. His redounding, scoring, defense, and ability to create extra possessions for the Cavs was huge.
Fellow safety Reshad Jones scored a touchdown on a fumble recovery but allowed three catches for 46 yards and a touchdown and missed two tackles, per Pro Football Focus. Thomas was involved in New England momentum changing first drive fake punt. And it turned out Wake was dominant with that exact total of snaps on Sunday.
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Shaun good friend, skateboarding legend Tony Hawk, told me that Shaun trip to Pyeongchang is compellinghat what he accomplishes could be an escape from Trump that America needs. His is his fourth Olympics, right??Hawk said. Ust that story alone is enough to engage people and make them maybe focus on this as opposed to the tweet storm.?/p>He added: y hope for the Olympics is that Shaun wins and the president doesn tweet about it.?/p>When I relayed Hawk wishes to Shaun, he laughed.
A crash in oil prices and severe winter weather has already caused one quarterly contraction this year, with the Canadian economy shrinking by 0.6 per cent from January to February.did we reach a point in which we are one number removed from the unthinkable? Tal asks.Canada last recession lasted for seven months, from November 2008 to April 2009. But the economy has seen one other instance of isolated, quarterly contraction since then in 2011, when GDP shrank by 0.4 per cent in the second quarter.The Bank of Canada is nevertheless optimistic that the second quarter will see a strong economic rebound, boosted by a weaker Canadian dollar, firmer oil prices and the ongoing expansion in the United States.Some economists, however, have accused the central bank of being too rosy with its outlook.think the oil price decline is a permanent shock that will take Canada time to adjust to, said Dana Peterson, Canada economist with Citigroup. Are largely tilted to the downside.