Luol Deng has spent 15 years in the NBA and has always put up solid numbers, averaging nearly 15 points per contest over 900-plus games. The 34-year-old forward, who played for the Minnesota Timberwolves this past season, has never been the headliner on any of the five teams he’s played for, but he does have a pair of All-Star Game selections on his résumé. It is the kind of long career that is quite lucrative
The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly taken its toll on Americans and people all over the world.   It’s certainly a scary time right now as we continue to navigate through these unchartered waters, while also continuing our efforts to flatten the curve. With so much uncertainty out there, so many are already hurting financially around the country. But, could this really be affecting some NBA players’ finances? With the NBA remaining in suspension to help
Shot of a surgeon looking at a monitor in an operating room Raeburn Fairweather, a 47-year-old respiratory therapist working at Maimonides Medical Centre in Brooklyn, NY was infected with COVID-19 and has successfully fought it off.  Fairweather battled the virus for two weeks and endured headaches, fever and body aches. He spoke with the New York Post about his experience saying, “The Tylenol would not bring it down. My body felt like it was falling apart. Headaches
Provided by: Colombiareports.com Colorful colonial houses on a cobblestone street in Guatape, Antioquia in Colombia Colombia’s travel and tourism industry is no more, government efforts will aid only the few. The international 24-hour news channels engage us with cute visuals of wildlife reclaiming the streets in cities around the world and inform us of the heroes on the frontlines combating the virus, while in Colombia at least, we are expected to digest a not-so-subtle public
Warning from Philippine president comes after slum dwellers stage protests over lack of food supplies. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has warned he would order the country’s police and military to shoot dead anyone “who creates trouble” during a month-long lockdown of the island of Luzon enforced to halt the spread of the coronavirus. “Let this be a warning to all. Follow the government at this time because it is critical that we have order,” he
Article credit: Motleyfool.com https://www.fool.com/investing/2020/02/10/5-coronavirus-stocks-to-watch-this-week.aspx These five biotechs are likely to remain on the volatile side this week, thanks to the novel-coronavirus threat. George Budwell(TMFGBudwell)Feb 10, 2020 at 9:23AMAuthor Bio The novel coronavirus, or 2019-nCoV, is set to dominate headlines — and investing trends — again this week. Underscoring this point, the number of confirmed cases now exceeds an eye-popping 40,000 globally, and the death toll has officially surpassed that of the SARS epidemic 17 years

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