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‘Night to Shine’ set at Faith Church – New Milford Spectrum

Smith was quite effective and just now in the playbook. If he still plays like he did once he gets in the deep end, look out. “I was really happy with Josh,” McHale said. “We will get him more acclimated in practice tomorrow. Josh didn’t know some of the plays we were calling, but still did well. I told Josh, ‘We are just trying to keep you on your toes.'” STATS THAT MATTER 18: Memphis averages 10.5 fastbreak points per game. The Grizzlies kept up with running Houston and nearly doubled the production.
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Even though his stats are crazy, there’s a lot of things that he does that you don’t even see on a stat sheet that affect the game. He’s a hell of a talent.” [+] Enlarge Rocky Widner/NBAE/Getty Images Anthony Davis earned praise from the Bulls’ Joakim Noah. “There’s not a lot of things he can’t do on a basketball court,” Noah said Saturday. Saturday’s game marks the first time Davis will be playing in an NBA game in Chicago. Davis missed games in his hometown the last two years because of injury. The Bulls know they have a tough challenge on their hands. “You don’t guard a great player in this league individually,” Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau said.
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Final goodbye: Roll call of some who died in 2014 – Yahoo News

Hall of Fame coach who won a record four Super Bowl titles with the Pittsburgh Steelers. June 13. Casey Kasem, 82.
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Joakim Noah of Chicago Bulls praises Anthony Davis — ‘He’s a hell of a talent’ – ESPN Chicago

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13. The event is being sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation and will take place simultaneously at participating churches across the country. The Tim Tebow Foundation announced its plans to celebrate its fifth anniversary by sponsoring up to 50 churches around the country willing to serve as hosts for the foundation’s first “Night to Shine.” The foundation’s vision is to provide an extraordinary prom night experience centered on Christ’s love for people with special needs. Nearly 100 people with special needs, ages 16 and over, are expected to attend this event locally. The event will include a red carpet entrance, limousine rides, hair and make-up stations, shoe shines, a dance floor and food. Businesses interested in donating services should contact the church at 860-354-7700.
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