Leonsis says his goal is to have no ‘drama’ with Wall on his $170 million extension John Wall has a massive $170 million designated player extension offer on the table from the Wizards, but has yet to commit to signing it. However, Wizards...Show More Summary
Plenty of characters faced difficult decisions in Sunday’s Game of Thrones season premiere, but it’s safe to say that no one had it shittier than Samwell Tarly. Sent south from the Wall by Jon Snow to dig up intel on the White Walkers in the vast libraries of the Citadel, ... More »
The Wizards offered Wall a four-year extension at the beginning of July
There’s a lot of activity in John Malone’s world: The Liberty Media chairman is discussing the possibility of buying a “significant stake” in Univision, the Wall Street Journal reports. Malone and Liberty CEO Greg Maffel met with Univision directors Haim Saban and Jonathan Nelson last week at the annual Allen & Co. Show More Summary
This is cute. As John Schick writes, “Our national interests are not determined by foreign nations” (via Twitchy) There is no country among the 37 surveyed in which a majority
A one-and-done is on a one-way trip to the University of Kentucky Hall of Fame
Sounds like a John Oliver segment, doesn’t it? As we all know from checking our favorite news apps, the line between satire and news has all but vanished anyhow. Last week, in the friendly confines of the Wall Street Journal op-ed page, the News Media Alliance initiative to gain an antitrust exemption lit many fuses....
Wall Street investors have been slow to embrace bitcoin, even as the cryptocurrency has soared. John Mack, the former CEO of Morgan Stanley who led the bank through the doldrums of the financial crisis, wants to change that. The 72-year-old...Show More Summary
Snap is falling in early trading Friday after receiving their second downgrade this week. Shares are off 1.91% at $15.39 apiece after Cowen's John Blackledge became the latest Wall Street analyst to lower his outlook on the name. Blackledge downgraded Snap from a buy to a neutral and lowered his price target from $21 to $17. Show More Summary
John Wall is in no rush to re-sign. The post John Wall ‘Chillin’ on Wizards Supermax Extension appeared first on SLAMonline.
(John Hinderaker) The Wall Street Journal has an important editorial about what it calls the “Schumer blockade.” For a while, President Trump was slow in making executive branch appointments. But he has nearly caught up, and the problem now is Democratic obstructionism. Show More Summary
John Wall says the difference in Paul George and Otto Porter is the difference in a superstar and a role player
Now that the Supreme Court Term is over, it's time to take stock of SCOTUS. Writing in the Wall Street Journal, law professors Sai Prakash and John Yoo posit that the staunchly originalist Justice Thomas "might have found a fellow traveler...Show More Summary
In the early years of the United States, there were no walls to stop people from coming ashore and few rules to stop anyone from trying out new ideas. John Stossel writes: Did you think about the signing of the Declaration of Independence this week? The July 4 holiday is meant to honor that, not just fireworks. Show More Summary
Wall wants to see how free agency plays out before taking the first ever designated player extension. John Wall has a four-year, $168-million contract extension on the table with the Washington Wizards, according to several reports. You or I would see $168 million and probably start involuntarily twitching, sure, but not Wall. Show More Summary
Washington Wizards point guard John Wall has an offer from the team for a four-year contract extension in his pocket, and it's a very deep pocket.
The Washington D.C. star plans to wait out the summer before making a decision
John Wall could get his wish of landing George, albeit for a potential one-year rental
John Wall is coming off the best season of his young career, and in the Summer of the Super Teams, everyone’s asking what the (...)
LONDON, June 28 (Reuters) - The plaque on the wall of Court 18 at Wimbledon bears the legend The Longest Match. The 2010 encounter between John Isner and Nicolas Mahut that it commemorates, lasting 11 hours and 5 minutes and spread over three days, has passed into tennis folklore.