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Luminar and Mobileye’s agreement while small at the moment is still a production contract.
Engel-Natzke was the main point of contact while her dad was in the hospital, with her mother, Maggie, also contracting the virus at the same time.
He also revealed that two of his family members, his wife and one of his three children, contracted the coronavirus as well.
After two injury-plagued years, though, Oladipo must prove he is still an elite player worthy of a major long-term contract.
The Big Ten requires players who contract the virus to sit out for 21 days so they can go through cardiac screening before returning to the field.
The Nationals, on the other hand, were looking for an East Coast partner after finishing a two-year contract with the Fresno Grizzlies.
There will be a few big contracts and a lot of huge bargains, depending on when players sign.
The stakes are massive, of course, because Milwaukee parted with three first-round picks and two pick swaps to acquire Holiday and because Antetokounmpo is weighing whether to accept a supermax contract extension.
The Timberwolves were reportedly interested in signing Rubio last year as a free agent, but he chose to go to Phoenix on a three-year contract.
He could make $575,000 in 2020, according to a person with knowledge of the agreement, though could see less per the terms of his split contract.

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION