February 7, 2019 /Sports News – National Report: Rockets land Iman Shumpert in three-way trade with Kings, Cavaliers Beau Lund FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLeon Halip/Getty Images(HOUSTON) — The Houston Rockets have reportedly landed guard Iman Shumpert from the Sacramento Kings in a three-team trade that also involves the Cleveland Cavaliers.As part of the deal, the Rockets will send guard Brandon Knight and forward Marquese Chriss, along with a 2019 first-round pick, to the Cavaliers, league sources tell ESPN.Cleveland, meanwhile, will send guard Alec Burks to Sacramento, while Cavs guards Nik Stauskas and Wade Baldwin go to Houston, according to the sources.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Written by
Star Files If/Then Tony winner Idina Menzel is gearing up to sing the phenomenal Frozen anthem “Let It Go” live on the Oscars on March 2. Watch as the If/Then star talks about why the song has millions of obsessed fans, including at a massive sing-along event on Good Morning America on February 26. (Watch that below, too!) Menzel even laughs that her four-year-old son, Walker Diggs, likes to belt out the unforgettable number in the bathtub. (We need a YouTube video of that stat!) As for her excitement and nerves about performing on the Academy Awards telecast, Menzel said, “This is a dream come true. I am just having fun with it.” Catch the interview and the sing-along below. Related Shows View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on March 22, 2015 Idina Menzel
A possible massive sinkhole swallowed five construction trucks in Orlando today.The Orange County Sheriff’s Office said a possible sinkhole opened up this morning between two lakes near Orlando International Airport.It’s estimated to be 30 feet deep and 30 feet wide and gobbled up several huge pieces of construction equipment.So far, no injuries have been reported. The State Environmental Protection Division is investigating.
Share Following an Extraordinary Assembly, Spanish trade association Jdigital has approved the appointment of Andrea Vota as the new director general.Vota, who’s appointment gained unanimous approval, is a consultant specializing in political stakeholder management and corporate communications. He has formerly worked for international Public Affairs firm Political Intelligence and as public affairs lead for German professional IT services provider CIRC.“I am very grateful to Jdigital for their confidence and I am very happy to be able to bring my knowledge and experience to the association at such a sensitive time for the sector,” said Vota.“The online gaming industry faces significant challenges for its survival, and that is why we at Jdigital will be fighting with all the resources available to improve any senseless decision that could harm a safe and fully regulated industry. avoiding the further destruction of jobs at a time of economic crisis like the one we live in.Vota will support Jdigital President Mikel López de Torre, representing the Spanish online gambling industry amid a changing regulatory landscape.The 2019 election of Spain’s PSOE-Podemos coalition government, saw the radical overhaul of Spain’s federal laws related to gambling advertising, implementing severe marketing restrictions across all media channels.This week, Jdigital sanctioned an appeal to the European Commission, stating that the government had breached European business laws, modifying amendments to its Royal Decree on Advertising, without formally informing licensed incumbents of changes.Vota concluded: “We have a fundamental challenge that is to protect the reputation of a self-regulated sector, which thanks to new technologies offers guarantees to users, consumers and, above all, to the vulnerable population.” StumbleUpon EGBA calls for enhanced collaboration on consumer rights August 11, 2020 Winamax maintains Granada CF sponsorship despite bleak Spanish outlook August 19, 2020 Share Andrea Vota – Jdigital’s challenge of Spanish restrictions is led by logic and rationale August 13, 2020 Submit Related Articles