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Ownership and the front office must decide whether to invest in this season knowing that trying to compete will be significantly more difficult without Thompson or pivot toward a rebuilding approach.
The 35-year-old Ariza is no more than a role player at this point of his career, though, so the move amounts to a step backward when it comes to competing in the 2020-21 season.
That’s the opinion of two competing forces – one from the United States and another from Mexico – that are rethinking the region’s oldest and dirtiest problem, imagining it instead as a moneymaking opportunity.
Avdija played for Maccabi Tel Aviv in the Israeli Basketball Premier League, competed in the EuroLeague and has basketball in his lineage — his father played professionally.
Rubens couldn’t compete and soon closed his museum and sold the contents to Barnum.
“Yet competing versus Robinhood will be difficult,” Tabb said.
Even many media companies are pivoting, broadly, back to subscriptions after failing to compete with Google and Facebook in digital advertising.
She competed in two Ironmans, running the marathon leg in under three hours on fairly minimal training.
Honor-branded smartphones are priced lower than Huawei-branded phones and sell in mainland China, where they compete with other low-cost smartphone brands like Xiaomi.
It’s hard to compete with von Neumann, but Riddler Nation has definitely given him a run for his money.

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION