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Houston Rockets guard James Harden and Russell Westbrook have both been floated in recent rumors, and the Oklahoma City Thunder traded Chris Paul to the Phoenix Suns earlier this week.
It was just 20 months ago that a16z closed its most recent pair of funds — a $2 billion late-stage fund, and a $740 million flagship early-stage fund.
The castle walls of Boletaria look more like a place of recent unrest and chaos, while the Tower of Latria’s upper and lower levels now make geographical sense.
General Motors, in its most recent sustainability report, said it investigated the allegations and ended its relationship with the supplier.
In response to a recent rise in positive tests among players and league personnel, as well as to a sharp increase across the nation, the NFL directed all its teams to move this week to a heightened level of pandemic-related protocols.
With cases of the virus spiking throughout the country, the college football season has faced significant disruption with a recent flurry of cancellations.
Before the recent surge in cases across the country, the commonwealth of Virginia had permitted 1,000 spectators at sporting events.
Compared with recent free agent super classes, this one is meh, and at least a half-dozen teams can convince themselves that they are one or two smart moves from a championship.
The state had previously given a green light to organizers of the JFK 50 Mile race, though that approval came before the recent rise in cases.
To have a chance against any of them and to keep its slim playoff hopes alive, Washington must avoid a repeat of its recent first-half mistakes.

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