How to find your favorite NBA players in real time with Bing, Facebook and Yahoo! News

The NBA season has officially started, and it’s now up to you to track down the best players on the court and in the locker room.

You can search for players by position, from the top of the list to the bottom, or by name, such as Kevin Durant or Dwight Howard.

But for now, here’s a list of the best NBA players you can find through Google, Facebook, Yahoo!, and Bing. 

As always, you can also browse the NBA player list by position using the player’s position below. 


Kevin Durant (SF, Oklahoma City Thunder) Rank: 7

New York Knicks deal NBA superstar Michael Jordan to shopify for the first time

The New York Yankees and New York Nets are teaming up on a major shopping spree to open a new merchandise store in Manhattan, the team announced on Tuesday.

The two teams said they would sell more than 1,000 items from their collections to the new shop, a move that will be the largest retail store ever opened by a professional sports team in New York City.

New York City will be a major hub for the store, which is expected to open in 2019, according to the team.

The Yankees have been selling their merchandise on their team-owned Manhattan stores since 2013, and the Nets will be among the first major teams to open the store in 2019.

The Knicks, who are in their 11th season in the NBA, said they plan to have an office in the new store by 2020.

They said they will be able to open more than 300 stores by 2021.

Bitcoin-powered cash transactions for sale

An online Bitcoin-based cash transaction broker has gone on sale for the first time, raising more than $5m to help cover a major capital outlay.

CoinBase, a Bitcoin-focused bitcoin exchange that has about 30,000 customers, announced the launch of its bitcoin-based trading platform in January, and now it has launched a cash-only option as well.

The platform allows users to buy and sell bitcoin-denominated cash through a virtual currency exchange, which allows users access to cash balances of $100, $200, $500 and $1,000 in the past 24 hours.

The company also plans to offer other cash options for consumers to buy or sell bitcoins, including cash options with interest rates as low as 0.25%.

The service will also allow users to send cash to a friend or relative for a $10 deposit.

Coinbase CEO Patrick Byrne, a former senior investment banker at Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase, said: “This is the first of many bitcoin-powered transactions that will become available on CoinBase.”

“In the coming weeks, we plan to introduce other ways to make money, including direct deposit and direct withdrawal from bank accounts and credit cards, in an effort to better serve our customers,” he added.

“As the Bitcoin community grows, it will continue to grow.”

The company said that users would be able to purchase cash, gold and other commodities with bitcoins for cash-based transactions in the future.

“Bitcoin Cash is the next step in an evolution of Bitcoin as a payment method, and we are excited to see it integrated into CoinBase’s platform,” said Byrne.

CoinCash is based in Hong Kong and has been used by users to purchase bitcoins, ether and other cryptocurrencies.

It was launched in March and is available to CoinBase users worldwide.

‘I have a feeling this is going to go down in history as one of the greatest moments in the history of Canada’: Former prime minister Brian Mulroney says ‘we were all in the same boat’

The former prime minister of Canada Brian Mulrery is speaking out against the federal government’s decision to withdraw the federal contribution to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement.

In a letter sent to Canadian lawmakers on Wednesday, Mulreary said the deal will be “devastating” for Canada and its workers.

“The TPP agreement is a colossal failure of a trade agreement and one that will be remembered as one that was doomed from the start,” he wrote.

“Canada was the only country in the world that was not in the negotiating group.

It is our country.

It’s our values.

It will be the subject of the debate in the next year.”

Mulreary was elected prime minister in 2008, but was forced to resign after he was found to have committed fraud in 2008 over a $1.5-million settlement for the alleged misuse of government funds.

In November 2016, he resigned amid allegations that he and former cabinet minister Peter MacKay had used taxpayer money to pay off former business partners for their own personal gain.

The two were later charged with fraud and money laundering.

Senate approves $1.1B Medicaid cut to help offset cuts in health care

Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., chairman of the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee, voted to approve the Senate’s $1 billion Medicaid cut Wednesday to help offsets the cuts made to Medicaid in the 2018 budget.

The measure passed with a 53-46 vote.

The amendment to the House budget also passed with support from some Democrats.

The House has until July 17 to pass the House-passed version of the bill.

Alexander also voted to extend a Medicaid increase from 2019 to 2021.

“We must continue to expand health care coverage for low-income people in order to provide critical support for the nation’s vulnerable,” he said.

The Senate approved the $1,000 reduction for Medicaid enrollees that was proposed by Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash.

The bill would also extend the Medicaid expansion for three years.

“This is the first time we’ve heard a bipartisan compromise on Medicaid expansion in years, and I’m excited to work with the Senate to move this bill forward,” Murray said.