They going to run into bigger teams. Teams are going to get them on the boards. Right now, that not going to be a big deal because they got talent. Leland Yu is a New York native, born and raised in Chinatown and surrounded by the local businesses that thrive in the area. But during the coronavirus pandemic, the cook who is training to become a New York City firefighter was struck by the damage caused to the small businesses that he grew up supporting and decided he wanted to help. In an effort to ramp up the training that he’s already been doing to enter the next FDNY Fire Academy class, Yu was set on teaming up with an organization to do a fundraising run where he would ask friends and family to pledge as little as $1 per mile that he would run.

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Ayton is personal and Trae Young breaks out Copy Link Email Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest LinkedIn TumblrArticle contentLAS VEGAS Maybe Toronto’s Summer League team was just playing possum?After going 0 3 in play in games here, struggling mightily to shoot the ball, the OG Anunoby led group turned things up several notches to beat Denver 85 77.The Nuggets had been 3 0, but got eliminated just as previously high ranked Raptors squads were early in the knockout phase.Anunoby scored 22 points, while reserves Alfonzo McKinnie (10), Giddy Potts (14) and Chris Boucher (12) each scored in double figures off of the bench as the team shoot 43% from deep in advancing to a game against Charlotte on Saturday night.”I think you could see, even in the losses, the growth coming,” head coach Nick Nurse said afterward.”We just had such a long way to go to start, but I thought you saw flashes in each game We have a bunch of guys just out of college, a couple of guys from overseas. They’re learning not only NBA terminology, but rules and concepts and it just takes a little bit of time and we found some good combinations of guys to have out on the floor.”Story continues belowThis advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.One of them was Boucher, who grew up in Montreal and is still relatively new to basketball and has impressed Nurse after sitting the first two games.”It’s unbelievable. He’s come a long way in a very short we’ve only been here a week, I had never seen him in my life until seven days ago,” Nurse said.”He did it all, how many blocks did he have? It felt like 12.