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Silver and Tatum will be on hand in Connecticut to announce the first and second rounds, respectively, from an ESPN studio while select prospects watch from home, similar to how the WNBA and NFL drafts went this year.
Which is all to say that the two teams that entered the season with the best squads and the best odds got even better, a terrifying prospect for their opponents, especially those hoping to mount a title challenge.
Graham, a 6-foot-8 small forward, became a fast-rising prospect over the summer.
Charles Law found the prospect of looking for a job daunting.
Uiagalelei looked every bit the top prospect he was out of high school, but Clemson’s defense struggled at times and will be down three injured starters again against the Fighting Irish.
Electoral results so far, though, have sharply cut the prospects for such a “blue wave.”
Third, the markets have been spiking and retreating of late on the careening prospects for billions more in stimulus.
We’re now facing the prospect of volatile markets for days or potentially weeks until the election is sorted out.
Treasuries jumped with the dollar as traders bet the prospect of divided government would make it harder to pass fresh stimulus.
It’s a damning indictment on the prospects of regulating big tech.

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