Filed under: News, Politics, White HouseKellyanne Conway, whose official title is counselor to the president, declined on Sunday to say whether she and all of the White House staff would report directly to newly-installed Chief of Staff John Kelly after a shakeup in the White House last week that included Reince Priebus’ ouster.Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Like most NBA players, Bradley Beal is spending this summer working on adding elements into his game for the 2017-18 season. If there’s one part of his game that he isn’t known for, it’s his dribble. So far this summer, he’s been working with his trainer, Drew Hanlen on just that. @bradbeal3 looking shiftyyyy! #GameReps A post shared by Drew Hanlen (@drewhanlen) on Jul 28, 2017 at 11:24am PDT For those of you who aren’t familiar with Hanlen, he is a nationally renowned basketball development trainer. He also trains Kelly Oubre Jr. by the way. In addition to working on his skills on the court, Beal is also developing his chops as a coach. Coach B A post shared by Bradley Beal (@bradbeal3) on Jul 28, 2017 at 10:21am PDT Beal owns his own AAU team called the “Bradley Beal Elite” squad. They were in Las Vegas last week for a tournament when CSN Mid Atlantic’s Chris Miller caught a video of Coach Beal drawing up plays: I see you Coach @RealDealBeal23. @STLEaglesBBall taking on @TTOBasketball #DCFamily pic.twitter.com/j1poROQ9Pp— Chris Miller (@cmillscsn) July 28, 2017 There’s a saying that a point guard is an extension of the coach. Sure, Beal isn’t a “point guard,” but it’s nice to see that he’s showing his basketball skills, both as a student and teacher of the game.
Filed under: Entertainment, Music, MusicPaul McCartney will apparently have something to say about Donald Trump on his forthcoming as-yet untitled album from a comment he made during a visit to students at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts last week.Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments