The NBA board of governors voted 29-1 on Thursday to approve the league’s 22-team format to restart the 2019-20 season in Orlando, Florida.
The National Basketball Players Association has been working closely with league officials on the plan, and the NBPA’s team player representatives have a conference call set for Friday to approve the proposal, sources told ESPN.
The NBA delivered a calendar of dates to the owners on Thursday beyond the July 31-Oct. 12 season window, including the draft lottery on Aug. 25, the draft on Oct. 15 and free agency beginning Oct. 18, sources said. Next season’s training camps could start Nov. 10 with a possible opening night on Dec. 1, sources said.
Amazon controls 67% of the ebook market officially, though as an author I can tell you it's closer to 90%.
I stopped listed my books, which sold well, on B&N as it's not worth the hassle. Even iTunes is trivial.
Amazon has a monopoly on ebooks and it's not even a close call. https://t.co/M0UuLmo4PG
— Essential Cernovich (@Cernovich) June 4, 2020
#ThrowbackThursday Plump Teenager ➡️ Fit N' Fab Pro@imkuldeep18 has come a long way, but his ⚡ celebrations haven't changed much!
💡 #DidYouKnow He was the first Indian to bag a hat-trick in U19 WC History. Who was it against❓
A. Netherlands🇳🇱 | B. Kenya🇰🇪 | C. Scotland🏴 pic.twitter.com/HjBR5aLMpF
— KolkataKnightRiders (@KKRiders) June 4, 2020
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