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Many Democrats say they are bullish about their prospects, believing they can shepherd a series of record-breaking investments at a time when the resurgent coronavirus is forcing Americans to work and learn from home again.
Temple was one of the many schools nationwide to cancel its pro day, which put fringe prospects such as him in a difficult spot.
While Ball isn’t viewed as a can’t-miss prospect like other recent top draft picks, teams such as the Bulls, Knicks and Pistons have lottery picks and a need for backcourt playmakers.
If that trend holds, Pineda is a few prospect cycles from being considered for the major league roster.
However, they don’t rule out the prospect of price spikes or local or temporary shortages due to transport bottlenecks.
Instead, there’s a tier of top prospects consisting of Memphis freshman James Wiseman, Georgia freshman Anthony Edwards and guard LaMelo Ball, who eschewed the NCAA altogether to play overseas.
Brands and retailers in numerous sectors have spent the summer preparing for the prospect of a second wave, moving away from lean supply chains and beginning to stock up on items months earlier than usual.
The moves raise the prospect of a package of legal changes being finalized before the end of the congressional term.
Two of the prospects sent to the Mariners in the Canó deal, center fielder Jarred Kelenic and pitcher Justin Dunn, are viewed as future stars.
In normal times, the prospect of having to announce even a small drop in earnings is enough to make an executive team sweat.

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