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Sports A baby giraffe, an emotional NBA draft, and inspiration on and off the field: It has been a good week in sports

04:10  24 november  2020
04:10  24 november  2020 Source:   usatoday.com

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A highly emotional Williamson was in tears in an on-camera interview. His shooting off the dribble has been decent but he shot just 31 percent from 3-point range and 67 percent That being said, he has an ugly shooting motion when he’s along the perimeter and may not be an effective weapon from

a close up of a giraffe: Ja Raffe was born on Nov. 10 at the Memphis Zoo. © Memphis Zoo Ja Raffe was born on Nov. 10 at the Memphis Zoo.

Ja Morant meets Ja Raffe

Listen, things are tough right now. That's not news. It's the holidays, we're all anxious about what's safe and what's not, but there is one constant and that is it's unbearable cute when an NBA rookie has a baby giraffe named after him. The Memphis Zoo named its newest long-necked friend Ja Raffe after Grizzlies rookie of the year Ja Morant.

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Like, well, everyone else, NBA draft picks had a tough, emotional year. But Wednesday's draft offered at least a slice of a joyous time, and as our Jeff Zillgitt writes, it was an extremely emotional night for several players.

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The NBA draft happens every year in June. It is where teams in the National Basketball Association ( NBA ) choose players who have never played in the NBA before. If a team chooses a player, that player cannot sign a contract to play for any teams other than that team.

Cole Anthony: "I can't even lie. It was a rough year. Just literally like every emotion, I went through that in a short period of time.”

Must-read stories from the week

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  • Freedom: After 37 years in prison for wrongful conviction, Robert DuBoise completes path to freedom.
  • 'It's for me?': Cavaliers' Isaac Okoro surprises parents with new car after being drafted.
  • Reason for the season?: Florida football coach Dan Mullen, reporter Kassidy Hill have joking exchange about Christmas lights.
  • Either/or: Kyler Murray can be a pro at football. Or baseball.

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C'mon. This is too much.

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  • NFL players honor Breonna Taylor.
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15) Hyde Park is a wonderful place in London where you can enjoy the nature and relax. 16) Macdonalds enjoyed an absolutely amazing week in Florida. We ( HAVE ) a cool party last weekend. I (SPEND) all my pocket money on sweets. My sister (STUDY) German for two years.

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