Celine Dion Shares What She Misses Most About Late Husband Rene Angelil
'Rene will always be with me, but I'm not in pain.'In a pretaped interview that aired Thursday on CBS This Morning, the iconic 51-year-old singer sat down with Gayle King and revealed that she misses "everything" about her late husband and manager, Rene Angelil, who died in 2016.
Be thankful that you have today and be thankful that, with today, you can do whatever you want to. But he was the greatest because he had guys like Joe Frazier, Sonny Liston and Ken Norton, who challenged him and drove him to be best boxer in history
- I feel very grateful to have had an opportunity to intern at this company and for having you as my supervisor and mentor. —— I just wanted to thank you for being such a great boss. I have enjoyed working with you so much over the years. I feel lucky to be a member of your staff.
The start of's tenure wasn't ideal, but postgame the 12-time All-Star felt thankful for the opportunity.
"The greatest feeling of all was to feel wanted by a group of guys who believe in me and my talent and what I can bring to the game," Anthony said, according to. "It wasn’t just the players. It was the coaching staff. They really showed a strong level of belief in me and what I can still do."
Anthonyat power forward against the New Orleans Pelicans. The veteran forward didn't waste time getting on the board, hitting a 3-pointer just 1:10 into the contest on his second shot attempt.
Melo and the Blazers: A marriage of desperation
Ever since the Houston Rockets asked him to make himself scarce just over a year ago, Carmelo Anthony had been waiting - and sometimes pleading - for another NBA team to take a chance on him. He did media blitzes, expressing his desire to keep playing and blaming the Rockets organization for scapegoating him. His trainer told the world Anthony simply wanted a farewell season like Dwyane Wade got. Countless videos were released of him hitting jumpers in empty gyms. His peers campaigned on his behalf, with some going so far as to suggest he was being blackballed.
But feeling wanted , however intoxicating, feeds an altogether different monster. To want and be wanted are two of the most basic, primal sentiments. We learn to want when we are barely toddlers. We need to feel wanted even sooner. In fact, if you ever had beef with a kid in your kindergarten
I feel confident that I will do a good job because you have been an excellent example for me. Thanks again! I am so humbled by this raise. I feel very grateful to be a part of a company that cares so much about its employees and is always seeking their best interest.
However, Anthony would struggle for the remainder of the game on both ends of the floor. He finished with 10 points on 4-of-14 shooting in 24 minutes of play while also posting a team-high five turnovers and a game-worst minus-20 rating.
Tuesday's matchup was Anthony's first NBA game since November 2018.
The 35-year-oldto a non-guaranteed contract with the Trail Blazers earlier in the day.
Portland dropped to 5-10 on the season, and the Blazers sit only above the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference.
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George: Melo didn't deserve criticism after season debut .
Paul George is delighted to see Carmelo Anthony back in the league ahead of Tuesday's tilt between the Los Angeles Clippers and Portland Trail Blazers, but he isn't pleased with the criticism his former teammate received after a rough season debut. "I just hate how (his) first game, Melo came back, the whole media was (focused on) his plus-minus was this and him being on the floor, Portland generated this and now he's playing well and the media"I just hate how (his) first game, Melo came back, the whole media was (focused on) his plus-minus was this and him being on the floor, Portland generated this and now he's playing well and the media is (pointing out how) three games straight where he did this," George said Sunday, ac