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Daily News - February 16, 2020

2020 NBA All-Star - Rising Stars Media Availability and Practice
CHICAGO, IL - FEBRUARY 14: Collin Sexton #2 of the Cleveland Cavaliers smiles and talks to the media during Rising Stars Media Availability and Practice as part of 2020 NBA All-Star Weekend on February 14, 2020 at Wintrust Arena in Chicago, Illinois.
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Cleveland Cavaliers at the All-Star break - they should be better, period
Author: Terry Pluto

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Talking to myself as the Cleveland Cavaliers have the NBA’s second-worst record (14-40) at the All-Star break:

QUESTION: You say the Cavs should be better? Don’t you know better than that?

ANSWER: I understand the team is not trying to make the playoffs. I know they are giving young players minutes, probably more than some of them deserve. I realize they are still building through the draft. - CLICK HERE to read full story.

Obama panel celebrates off-court work of NBA stars
Author: Tim Reynolds (AP)

CHICAGO (AP) — Giannis Antetokounmpo is passionate about helping children in Greece and Africa. Kevin Love is trying to shine the brightest light he can on mental health by sharing his own struggles. Chris Paul is aiming to ensure that technology comes to schools where it hasn’t been affordable.

Former President Barack Obama is aware of all those endeavors.

And he’s trying to make sure plenty of other people find out as well.

That’s why Obama invited that trio of NBA stars to sit alongside him for a panel discussion hosted by his foundation on Saturday, saying he invited that trio of basketball stars to laud what he called their “extraordinary leadership” when it comes to their off-court work. - CLICK HERE to read full story.

The day everything changed: Dan Gilbert opens up on his stroke recovery
Author: Chad Livengood
Publication: Crain’s Detroit Business

On the Saturday night before Memorial Day, Dan Gilbert and his wife, Jennifer, were hosting friends on the roof of his downtown Detroit apartment at the Vinton Building.

High-powered lights were beaming from nearby Hart Plaza as concertgoers danced to the blaring beat of electronic music at the annual Movement Music Festival along the Detroit riverfront.

That's when Dan Gilbert started "seeing double people."

"I thought it had to do with (the lights)," the Quicken Loans Inc. founder recalled. - CLICK HERE to read full story.

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