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Ex Wizards Coach Jordan linked to 76ers job

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D058903031.JPGOn Thursday night, the lights of the Wachovia Center illuminated not only some very embarrassing 76ers basketball, but also the potholes – seemingly deeper than expected – that must be filled this off-season. A week ago, the Sixers looked poised to snag a first-round playoff series, but that hope crashed and burned, and the ashes revealed a team with an arena full of unanswered questions. Should “interim” coach Tony DiLeo coach this team next season? Do the players believe in him? Consider shifting DiLeo back to the front office. Hire a coach that might encourage this city to take notice. There is little doubt that DiLeo knows X’s and O’s, but there is a question mark – given Ratliff’s words – that he can coach this team rather than just being the guy who stands in that spot. Former Wizards coach Eddie Jordan’s name has been thrown around. He worked for Ed Stefanski with the Nets. Some sources close to the team say the Sixers need a coach who commands respect, is a former player but not a player’s coach, and is more strict than former Sixers coach Maurice Cheeks. Someone similar in style to Pistons coach Michael Curry.
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Nike’s latest ad sends a powerful message about Covid-19 and the Black Lives Matter movement. At a time when professional sports are struggling to start up amidst the pandemic, the ad has quickly become popular online.

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According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, employment in STEM occupations grew at a much more rapid pace than non-STEM occupations over the last decade: 24.4% vs 4%, respectively. STEM occupations are projected to grow by 8.9% from 2014 to 2024, compared to 6.4% growth for non-STEM occupations.

Shaon Berry, the CEO of Metro Esports, is well-aware of these trend lines and is using his company to bridge the gap for students looking to understand the importance STEM education will play in their futures.

Metro Esports is a digital, social, mobile, and live-event management agency and LAN gaming/training center, headquartered just outside Philadelphia. Known for innovative production, creative thinking, and inclusive market-driven strategies, Metro Esports engages a broad and diverse audience of technology and gaming enthusiasts.

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Michael Jordan in tears remembering Kobe and Gianna Bryant

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