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Sprawling family abode that is perfect for dual living

first_img514 Tingal Road, WynnumFrom the outside, the brick home at 514 Tingal Rd at Wynnum might look like any other older brick house.But despite it being in the same family for decades, it has been radically transformed from a cozy abode to a spacious seven-bedroom home.Patricia Knapton has lived in the house since moving in with her husband in 1969. “We’d been in a rental place and we were looking for something of our own,” Ms Knapton said. “I came to this house and when I walked in the door I knew it was the right house, and we signed the contract the next day.” Modern interiors.The extension added a three-bedroom home behind the original house, with an open-plan living room and dining room and an undercover patio overlooking a backyard pool.For Ms Knapton, the new addition was perfect. She could stay in the property she had lived in for decades, without having to walk up the steps of the original structure, all while staying close to her daughter and stepson and their children, who lived in the original home. Poolside living.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020It was perfect for raising their three children, with the home getting the breezes of the bay.The house was changed about 10 years ago to a dual-living home when Ms Knapton’s architect son-in-law added a new single-storey extension to the original home. The original house remained largely unchanged, but the extension made it ideal for dual living. center_img Perfect for dual living.“I had my own front door at the side of the house, and the pool has been wonderful for the kids,” she said. “It’s the perfect house for anyone with a disability.”The home is due to be auctioned on Saturday at 1pmlast_img read more

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Family office tenders €200m Spanish real estate mandate using IPE-Quest

first_imgThe family office is looking for a strategic asset management partner in Spain using a growth style and an active process.It prefers references about the management quality, investment track record and case studies about the asset management expertise.There are no minimum requirements for the manager’s assets under management, but the absolute minimum track record is two years, with a preferred minimum of five years.Respondents should state performance to 30 September, net of fees.The closing date for responses is 10 January 2014.Meanwhile, the search is on for an investment manager to run a $500m (€366m) US real estate portfolio on behalf of a family office.According to search QN1370, the portfolio will be made up of office, retail and residential in WashingtonDC, San Francisco, Houston, Boston, Seattle and Austin.The family office is looking for a strategic partner using a core style and an active process.The mandate will cover investment, asset management, property management, accounting and reporting services.The search is being conducted by a family office in Germany.There are no minimum requirements for the manager’s assets under management, but the absolute minimum track record is three years, with a preferred minimum of five years.Respondents should state performance to 30 September, net of fees.The closing date for responses is 10 January 2014.The IPE.com news team is unable to answer any further questions   about IPE Quest tender notices to protect the interests of clients   conducting the search. To obtain information direct from IPE Quest, please contact Jayna Vishram on +44 (0) 20 7261 4630 or email jayna.vishram@ipe-quest.com A family office is looking for an investment manager to run a €200m Spanish real estate portfolio, using IPE-Quest.The portfolio will be made up of office and high street retail in Barcelona and Madrid.According to IPE-Quest search QN1371, the mandate will cover investment, asset management, property management, accounting and reporting services.The search is being conducted by a family office in Germany.last_img read more

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Rare inner-city estate snapped up under the hammer

first_imgThe house is in original condition. Big spacious rooms in the existing house.He said homes like that had a “very good chance of selling as long as they use the right method and take the advantage to tap into competition.”Kangaroo Point is a popular recreational suburb because of its winding river peninsula outlook, running and cycling tracks, restaurants with sporting facilities like The Gabba nearby.The suburb has seen median house prices jump 25.1 per cent in past five years with the median asking rent in the area sitting at $580 a week. The median time taken to sell a property in the area is 61 days, according to CoreLogic data.Sixty-one properties were listed for auction in Brisbane on Saturday with just one — at 69 Lancelot St, Tennyson — set to go under the hammer at 1pm Sunday. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:58Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p216p216p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow much do I need to retire?00:58 It has dual street access, opening up development options.Bidding kicked off at $700,000 for the 645sq m block, and rose in $25,000 increments until it hit $900,000, when it then rose in $5,000 blocks until $930,000. The property was then definitely on the market and saw bidding rise in $1,000 amounts until it was eventually sold to a local investor for $940,000.Mr Laoudikos told The Sunday-Mail that a lack of product hitting the market and high demand in the inner city created strong competition.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours ago“I’m finding that inner city areas that have once been undervalued and overlooked are now highly sought,” he told The Sunday Mail. “All (bidders) were young families and local investors who see Kangaroo Point as a area to invest in with good growth in the future,” Mr Laoudikos said. The CBD is just a seven minute drive away. The property winners and losers of the election The house had been rented out by the owners.The block has a home on it — a five bedroom, one bathroom, double car park house in original condition — but it also has a dual street frontage, offering strong development potential.The site is in development zone: Cr2 — character residential (infill housing) and was marketed as being “an outstanding opportunity for the astute investor, developer, owner builder, or land opportunist.”Families and developers trying to secure prime spots close to the CBD were driving demand for homes like 138 Princess Street, Mr Laoudikos said.“It’s got a very low turnover (this type of property),” he said. “Only a handful of houses like this were listed for sale this year, so it’s a low level of stock but high demand.”center_img FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK Life goes on for the Palmers post-election MORE: The worst homes on Brisbane’s best streets 138 Princess Street, Kangaroo Point, Qld 4169A local investor held off all comers to snap up this weekend’s first property on the auction block, an inner city deceased estate on the market for the first time.Seven bidders registered for the property at 138 Princess Street in Kangaroo Point, located just a seven minute drive from the Brisbane CBD, with the property eventually selling for $940,000.“Properties like this rarely arise,” according to agent Peter Laoudikos of Ray White East Brisbane.The home was on the market for the first time after having been transferred within the Civitarese family, who had rented it out previously for around $460 a week. The home (outlined in yellow) is in a prime location, with The Gabba in the background.last_img read more

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Johnson blow for Black Cats

first_img The 28-year-old is set to undergo tests on Wednesday evening to determine the severity of the injury he suffered in training but Black Cats coach Dick Advocaat expects him to be out for a lengthy spell. “Adam will go to the hospital for a scan tonight and then we will know exactly what is wrong,” Advocaat told the club’s official website. Sunderland winger Adam Johnson has been ruled out for at least eight weeks with a shoulder injury, the club have announced. “It is a serious injury and it will be at least eight weeks.” Johnson started Sunderland’s 4-2 defeat by Leicester on the opening day of the Barclays Premier League season last weekend and played a full 90 minutes. The England international is due to face trial for child sex charges at Bradford Crown Court on February 10 next year. He has already denied three counts of sexual activity with a child and one count of grooming. Advocaat also confirmed that midfielder Jordi Gomez remains unavailable and striker Danny Graham is struggling for fitness. The 67-year-old added: “We have Jordi Gomez and Adam Johnson injured and Danny Graham also has some minor problems.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

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Ennis keeps Syracuse in game but comes up short in final seconds

first_img Published on March 15, 2014 at 12:46 am Contact Stephen: sebail01@syr.edu | @Stephen_Bailey1 Facebook Twitter Google+ GREENSBORO, N.C. — Tyler Ennis walked off the Greensboro Coliseum court, head down. Rakeem Christmas strode at his side, arm draped around Ennis’ shoulder, hand placed atop his head.A few minutes earlier, it appeared Syracuse’s spectacular freshman was on his way to winning another close conference battle for the Orange. Instead, his impressive effort fell short as the No. 2-seed Orange (27-5, 14-4 Atlantic Coast) lost to No. 7-seed North Carolina State (21-12, 9-9) 66-63 in the ACC tournament quarterfinals Friday night.“Thank God we had him, otherwise it would’ve gotten ugly,” SU guard Trevor Cooney said.Ennis scored a team-high 21 points on 6-of-18 shooting and 6-of-6 shooting from the foul line. He also finished with seven assists, five rebounds, four steals and one turnover, willing the Orange back from a 10-point deficit with 11:02 left in regulation. But when the comeback came undone, so did Ennis. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHe committed a charge with 1:21 to go, then forced a runner eight seconds later and missed two of SU’s six desperation shots in its last possession.“Tyler got in traffic and took a bad shot,” SU head coach Jim Boeheim said of Ennis bank attempt which rolled off the rim. “It was a really bad play and we haven’t been making those plays late in games.”Aside from those plays, Ennis was far and away SU’s best player on the floor. And if there’s a positive he said he could take away from the game, it was the pick-and-roll rhythm he established with Jerami Grant.Three of Ennis’ assists came to his lanky, athletic counterpart. And each time Ennis dribbled around one of Grant’s screens, he either found an open lane to the basket or an open Grant.“I don’t think teams can really guard both of us,” Ennis said. “They’ll kind of have to choose who they want to score.”Ennis said he expects to run more of those in the NCAA Tournament, but on Friday it wasn’t quite enough.Ennis nearly propelled the Orange to another victory, like he did against Pittsburgh twice, Miami and Wake Forest earlier this season. But this time he fell short. Commentslast_img read more

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Trevor Cooney scores 15 points in complete effort despite loss to Pittsburgh

first_img Published on December 31, 2015 at 12:58 am Contact Sam: sblum@syr.edu | @SamBlum3 Facebook Twitter Google+ PITTSBURGH, Pa. — Trevor Cooney ran in from the top of the key and grabbed a defensive rebound just inside the 3-point arc. The defense cleared as he brought the ball up the court and Pittsburgh’s Jamel Artis was helpless as Cooney pulled up from a couple feet behind the arc and drained a 3.His shot cut Syracuse’s deficit to 15-13 with just eight minutes gone by in the first half and continued an outside rebirth that has spanned the past three games.“Trevor was really good, he made some plays for us,” Syracuse interim head coach Mike Hopkns said. “He made some shots, and that’s what we need from him.Cooney tied Tyler Roberson with a team-high 15 points. He’s made 10 of his last 19 3-pointers after enduring a stretch of missing 11 straight. He also collected six rebounds, played strong defense in the zone and was actively looking for his shot in Syracuse’s (10-4, 0-1 Atlantic Coast) 72-61 loss to Pittsburgh (11-1, 1-0) at the Petersen Events Center.“He’s been fighting on both ends of the floor,” guard Franklin Howard said. “He’s getting denied and trapped every possession down the floor. He fights for every shot. I’m glad he’s starting to hit them.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse was either trailing or tied throughout the entire first half, but right after the Orange got on top to start the second, Cooney helped build on that lead. He hit a catch-and-shoot 3 from the corner to put Syracuse up 37-32. On two of his three 3-pointers, he used a quick release with a defender trailing him on the move.On the other side of the ball, Hopkins said Cooney was disrupting Pittsburgh, which shot 34.4 percent from the field in the first half. His five boards in the opening 20 minutes were also crucial as Syracuse big men Dajuan Coleman and Tyler Lydon both picked up two fouls before the break.Twice the Pittsburgh student section started an arena-wide “Cooney’s balding” chant. His parents, who were sitting in the front row behind the Orange bench started to laugh. He was unfazed as the Oakland Zoo student section repeated the insult over and over.“We were aggressive,” Cooney said. “I’m really, really proud of the way we played.”Cooney said Syracuse wanted to get in transition because of how dangerous Pittsburgh’s defense is in the halfcourt set. All three of his long balls came with the Panthers able to defend it, but he made them anyway.He lost his offense in the latter part of the game when the Orange began to struggle. He clanked an ugly 3-pointer on the cusp of Syracuse giving up its eight-point second-half lead. When the Orange had the ball down six and just over a minute to play, he made a bad pass that led to a Pittsburgh dunk.His offense reflected Syracuse as a whole — strong for the most part, but weak at the very last gasp of the game.But much of Syracuse’s success for the first 35 minutes hinged on the play of Cooney. He finished off the ACC season a year ago by making just six of his final 41 from behind the arc. This start of this conference season has found a different fortune, even if the final result still left the senior guard sullen by the final result.“Trev played real good tonight,” Malachi Richardson said. “He was able to get a lot of key shots for us and made a lot of tough moves to the basket to get fouled and knock the free throws down. He’s one of our leaders.” Commentslast_img read more

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Syracuse Athletics to unveil new student ticket model

first_imgUPDATED: April 18, 2017 at 3:03 p.m.In an attempt to boost attendance among both students and alumni, Syracuse Athletics will unveil a new student ticket model on Wednesday — the first such move in at least 10 years, said Jeremiah Maher, SU’s associate athletics director for ticket sales and operations. Students will receive an email on Wednesday with sign-up instructions for the new 2017-2018 season pass, which will precede a rewards program set to launch this fall.“Those of you who are diehard fans,” Syracuse Director of Athletics John Wildhack said last week, “we want to give you a rich experience. We want to give you the opportunity to do that and have some additional benefits.”The student pass, set to open Wednesday, will operate for football, men’s and women’s basketball and men’s lacrosse. There are four options for students, each giving access to every SU home game while class is in session. Three of the four options include a priority points element, which includes additional benefits and carries into a student’s life post-Syracuse.“What the university had been offering was a little plain,” Johnny Oliver, president of SU’s student section Otto’s Army, said. “We hope by offering more choices, returning students will be inclined to get student tickets again.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThis time last year, the administration of former Director of Athletics Mark Coyle had drafted a reward system plan. Those plans dissolved last May when Coyle left for the University of Minnesota.Over the last few months, Anthony Di Fino, SU’s associate athletics director for business development, has spearheaded an effort to launch a new student ticket policy. He met with Otto’s Army and spoke with representatives from other schools to see what types of programs work. On Wednesday, SU will reveal the new plan, which the school hopes will boost attendance in the student section.Throughout the ACC, a greater percentage of freshmen and sophomores buy ticket packages than do juniors and seniors. Herein lies one of athletics departments’ greatest challenges: implementing a system that draws students through the turnstiles. Di Fino said in October that SU was looking to “bring that drive back to the student section that was once there.”While Syracuse men’s basketball attendance consistently ranks among the top in the nation — Syracuse has placed fourth or better each season since the Carrier Dome opened in 1980 — football attendance has lagged.Emma Comtois | Digital Design EditorDespite a new head coach, hurry-up offense and a victory over a Top 25 team, Syracuse football attendance finished the 2016 season second-worst in Carrier Dome history. National Division I FBS attendance has fallen in seven of the last eight years after peaking in 2008.“When we look at football, one of our goals is to increase student attendance and overall attendance in the Dome. There’s no question,” Wildhack said. “The Dome can be one of the great home-field advantages in all of college football.”Last summer, Syracuse upgraded Carrier Dome Wi-Fi speeds, video boards and scoreboards and ran its “No Huddle Tour” in Rochester, Buffalo and Binghamton, New York, for the first time since 2010, emphasizing “New York’s College Team.” Fans met players and coaches at the events. In the near future, Syracuse plans to add an air conditioning system to the Dome.The new student ticket plan will mark the first step toward a rewards system this fall. Syracuse plans on a rewards system because of its success at other Power 5 universities including Miami, Florida State and Boston College, Di Fino said in October.The first and cheapest option under the new plan is a student pass priced at $200 until May 10, granting access to all home games with no additions. After May 10, the plan will cost $220 because SU wants students to purchase it before they leave for the summer. That will operate the same as the current season pass, which costs $219 for all games while school is in session.The second tier, student pass plus, is priced at $225. It includes $5 Orange Club donation and an Otto’s Army T-shirt. Orange Club is the group for all season-ticket holders, including nonstudents. The third tier, the student pass premium plan, is priced at $250 and gives students an invite to fall football practice, $30 Orange Club donation to start earning priority points and Otto’s Army T-shirt and hat.The most expensive option is the student pass elite, priced at $300. It gives students first priority for postseason away games, a meet-and-greet with select head coaches, a tour of the Carmelo K. Anthony Center and Manley Field House, an invite to Carrier Dome for fall football practice and an $80 Orange Club donation to start earning priority points.“How do you tailor to consumer taste?” Wildhack said. “In this case, it’s our students. You create your recipe.“We’re excited to watch this.”CORRECTION: In a previous version of this article, the timetable for the installation of an air conditioning system in the Carrier Dome was misstated. A date for the installation has not yet been set. The Daily Orange regrets this error. 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Antigua Among the Many Caribbean Islands Worried About New Immigration Policy

first_imgST. JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – The Antigua and Barbuda government is among the many Caribbean governments that have expressed concern over Trump’s new immigration policy, describing it as “frightening”.The new rule, as being advocated by the White House adviser Stephen Miller is being regarded as a critical piece of President Donald Trump’s America First immigration agenda and is aimed at reshaping the immigrant community.The new regulation is aimed at hundreds of thousands of immigrants who enter the country legally every year and then apply to become permanent residents. Starting in October, the government’s decision will be based on an aggressive wealth test to determine whether those immigrants have the means to support themselves.Poor immigrants will be denied permanent legal status, also known as a green card, if they are deemed likely to use government benefit programs such as food stamps and subsidized housing. Wealthier immigrants, who are designated as less likely to require public assistance, will be able to obtain a green card.Officials said the program would not apply to people who already have green cards, to certain members of the military, to refugees and asylum-seekers, or to pregnant women and children.Immigration and Foreign Affairs Minister EP Chet Greene said Antigua and Barbuda should prepare to deal with the consequences if this plan is implemented.“If it goes forward, I mean you could be surprised to see the wave of returnees to these parts, as persons are forced out because that’s the effect of it… it forces you out of the system,” he said.“I can only hope that the forces aligned to fight this back are successful, but in the meantime just encourage our diaspora community to be mindful of what is happening: the many changes, the shift in policies taking place in the United States to be sure that they have their own game plans in place, to protect themselves, to protect their families,” Greene told the state-owned ABS Television and Radio.“I think the time has come with all of this ‘new development’ that we have to start looking at how do we prepare for the very likely eventuality of Antiguans returning home in large numbers. How do we cater to them socially? How do we cater to them from the perspective of work, the workplace? How do we look about the issue of health care? How do we look at the issue of security?”Greene said that some people are returning home with real hard seasoned criminal traits learned in the North American capitals.“Do we have in our own space a police force, a military and paramilitary services that can deal with, respond to and can really deal with these guys that are coming with first world criminal standards” he added.last_img read more

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International swimming meeting ”Sarajevo Aquatics 2013’’ to be held from 15-17 February

first_imgFrom 15 to 17 February, at the Olympic swimming pool in Otoka, City club of water sports (CCWS) ”Sarajevo” will organise International swimming meeting ”Sarajevo Aquatics 2013”, reports FENA.At the meeting, which is licensed from the International Swimming Federation (FINA), 25 swimmers of Croatian swimming team has announced their participation, as well as a great number of clubs from Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, but the greatest number will be from BiH, said the CCWS ”Sarajevo”This is the first swimming meeting in 2013 at the Olympic swimming pool, which will give all the swimmers to fulfil the norm for international tournaments in this yearEntrance fee for spectators will be 1 BAM, and all the money will go to a fund for teaching socially endangered children to swim, said CCWS ”Sarajevo”.last_img read more

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The five most interesting things from NBA commissioner Adam Silver’s ESPN interview

first_imgEight NBA teams have been tested for COVID-19Players from three different teams (Jazz, Pistons, Nets) are confirmed to have tested positive for the coronavirus. The Thunder announced Wednesday that all of their players and staff had tested negative for the virus, while other teams such as the Lakers and 76ers are reportedly awaiting test results.CORONAVIRUS UPDATES: NBA players, other sports figures who have tested positive for COVID-19Silver and the NBA had received criticism from New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, who said tests should be reserved for “the sick,” not “the wealthy.” Silver said the league has been following health officials’ guidance.Adam Silver says he has not been tested for coronavirus. On some teams getting tested and criticism over it, he says NBA has been following recommendations from health officials. Says Jazz didn’t ask to be tested but that Oklahoma health official required them to be tested— Ohm Youngmisuk (@NotoriousOHM) March 18, 2020 The NBA is considering a charity gameOne of the most interesting things Silver said was that there’s a possibility the NBA will hold a one-off game to raise money — or just morale.Adam Silver tells @Rachel__Nichols the NBA has considered a one-off game for charity to be played during during the NBA’s season suspension. pic.twitter.com/98Yzxo7nVR— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) March 18, 2020Silver said the league has discussed pulling together a group of players, testing them for the coronavirus, keeping them isolated and then putting on a game. “People are stuck at home, and I think they need a diversion, they need to be entertained,” Silver said. He also pointed out that the NBA was the first professional sports league in the United States to suspend play, serving as a catalyst for other leagues, and said the next step is to figure out how the league can be a leader in finding ways to restart the U.S. economy.MORE: Zion, Giannis among stars pledging money to help arena workersThere are criteria for the 2019-20 season to resumeAsked about what it would take for the season to start again, Silver said the league was considering three options, one of them being the potential charity game. “One is, ‘When can we restart and operate as we’ve known it, with 19,000 fans in buildings?'” Silver said. “So that’s one sort of criteria. And option two is, ‘Should we consider restarting without fans, and what would that mean?’ If you had a group of players and staff around them that could test them and follow some protocol, doctors and health officials may say it’s safe to play. So that’s the second set of circumstances.”Silver added that he always tries to remain optimistic and that he hopes the league can continue this season, but he isn’t in the world of making predictions. “I’ve learned in this job and in this process that when people do pretend they can predict the future, they’re generally wrong,” he said. “Look no further than the fact that two weeks ago and a week ago people were saying very different things than they’re saying today.” NBA could alter the playoffsSilver said it’s possible the postseason format could change if the season resumes, and even suggested the league may consider play-in games.”I want to believe we’ll be able to salvage at least some portion of this season,” Silver said. “We’ve done new and creative things in the past. We’ve talked about play-in formats for the playoffs.”Silver has been open in the past about wanting to implement play-in games and an in-season tournament, so it’s not surprising that the league would toy with the idea now given the current bizarre circumstances.MORE: What would the NBA playoffs look like if they started today?NBA could start next season in DecemberIf the league does resume play and the playoffs extend later than usual, then there’s a question of what to do about the 2020-21 season. Asked about this, Silver mentioned something that has been suggested by others, including Hawks CEO Steve Koonin: start the season on Christmas Day..@Rachel__Nichols asked if this could result in NBA calendar being permanently shifted, such as season starting on Christmas.Adam Silver: “Possibly. Those are things we’re always talking about.”— Tim MacMahon (@espn_macmahon) March 18, 2020It wouldn’t be the first time the NBA started its season started on Christmas. In 2011, the league shortened its season to 66 games following the end of a player lockout and opened on Dec. 25. Christmas has always been a big time of year for the NBA, so it’s easy to see why Silver might be inclined to make that the new permanent opening night. NBA commissioner Adam Silver did a one-on-one interview Wednesday with Rachel Nichols on ESPN’s “SportsCenter,” and he addressed a number of topics regarding the league’s plans in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, ranging from possibly changing the playoff format to staging an exhibition for charity.Here are five things you need to know about what Silver said:last_img read more