Wednesday 1 September 2010 8:21 pm whatsapp Share KCS-content Tags: NULL Show Comments ▼ Read This Next’A Quiet Place Part II’ Sets Pandemic Record in Debut WeekendFamily ProofHiking Gadgets: Amazon Deals Perfect For Your Next AdventureFamily ProofIndian Spiced Vegetable Nuggets: Recipes Worth CookingFamily ProofAmazon roars for MGM’s lion, paying $8.45 billion for studio behind JamesFamily ProofTortilla Mango Cups: Recipes Worth CookingFamily ProofNew England Patriots’ Cam Newton says no extra motivation from Mac Jones’SportsnautBack on the Rails for Summer New York to New Orleans, Savannah and MiamiFamily ProofYoga for Beginners: 3 Different Types of Yoga You Should TryFamily ProofWhat to Know About ‘Loki’ Ahead of Disney+ Premier on June 9Family Proof MAN GROUP shareholders have given its recommended takeover of GLG Partners the green light, and the firm yesterday appointed GLG’s Emmanuel Roman as chief operating officer for the enlarged group.Over 90 per cent of Man investors yesterday voted in support of the $1.6bn (£1.03bn) buyout of New York-based GLG during the firm’s annual general meeting (AGM), with just 8.66 per cent opposed to the deal. The tie-up now needs approval from GLG shareholders, the Financial Services Authority and the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Man said it appointed Roman to the newly created top post to help integrate the two companies.Roman, who prior to GLG worked at Goldman Sachs, will be part of the three-person management team that will report to Man chief executive Peter Clarke once the firms tie-up. GLG’s Pierre Lagrange and Noam Gottesman will also report to Clarke.“The combination of Man and GLG will bring together a wealth of talent with comprehensive investor solutions and a strong performance focus,” said Clarke. Man gets go-ahead to acquire GLG whatsapp
Trip.com is China’s largest travel agent and also owns the Skyscanner flight booking site. Investment firm Snow Lake Capital, which manages funds owning 7.5% of MGM China shares, has advised the operator to introduce a Chinese travel business as a strategic shareholder to facilitate growth in Asia. The consequences of failing to do so would be “disastrous” for MGM China and MGM Resorts as a whole, it warned. The investment business said MGM China is currently undervalued by 20% to 30% compared to other Macau operators largely due to concerns about the future of its gaming concession. Strategy Snow Lake added that diversification is likely to be a key selling point in the new concession process, with Ho having noted that the special administrative region needs to rely less on gambling for revenue in the wake of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis. Similarly, it argued that such an investment from a Chinese business would increase integration of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area, another target of the Macau and Chinese governments. Currently, MGM holds a sub-concession to operate in Macau, under Sociedade de Jogos de Macao’s (SJM) own concession. Macau’s three initial gaming concessions – issued in 2002 to SJM, Wynn Resorts and Galaxy Entertainment – are set to expire in June 2022. The strategic shareholder, Snow Lake argued, would also benefit as its stake in MGM could help it expand internationally to the US and Japan. In addition, the businesses would benefit from exposure to the growing Macau market, which Snow Lake argued may overtake Hong Kong as the leading destination for Chinese tourists, thanks in part to Macau’s “decisive” handling of the pandemic. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter MGM China investor: operator should seek investment from Chinese travel business Snow Lake listed four Chinese businesses which stood out as obvious suitable candidates for such an investment: service shopping platform Meituan, travel agency Trip.com, hotel group Huazhu and property developer Sunac China Holdings. “With a successful deal, MGM Resorts International can position itself well in a secular growth market.” In addition, Snow Lake argued the deal would provide MGM with the capital necessary to pursue mergers targeting the sports betting and online gaming industries. Earlier this week, European online giant Entain – which co-owns the BetMGM joint venture alongside MGM – announced that MGM had proposed an offer to acquire the business for approximately $11.00bn (£8.11bn/€8.97bn), but said the deal “substantially undervalues” Entain. Meituan – the largest of the four businesses by market capitalisation – offers a platform for buying consumer services including hotel booking, bike-sharing, entertainment and car-hailing. “The proceeds from reducing MGM China stake will provide MGM Resorts International with much-needed cash to continue aggressively pursue the M&A, and reduce the potential dilution MGM Resorts International shareholders will face,” Snow Lake said. Email Address 6th January 2021 | By Daniel O’Boyle MGM confirmed the proposal but said there was “no certainty” it would make a binding offer. Tags: MGM Resorts International Snow Lake said the investment would be a “win-win” for MGM and the potential investor. It would help ensure MGM receives a concession to continue operating in Macau when the licenses are re-tendered in 2022, as well as providing capital to pursue an integrated resort in Japan, it explained. Topics: Casino & games Strategy Land-based casino M&A Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter As a result, it argued a deal that would help secure a concession would also drastically boost its share price. MGM Resorts International has also received recent investment from InterActive Corporation (IAC), which acquired a 12% stake in August 2020. Snow Lake noted that, as Macau’s Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng has said the new regime will not feature sub-concessions, MGM China “needs to consider all options to maximise its chance of obtaining a new concession in 2022”. Regions: China Macau
Botswana Telecommunications Corporation Limited (BTCL.bw) listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange under the Technology sector has released it’s 2019 annual report.For more information about Botswana Telecommunications Corporation Limited (BTCL.bw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Botswana Telecommunications Corporation Limited (BTCL.bw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Botswana Telecommunications Corporation Limited (BTCL.bw) 2019 annual report.Company ProfileBotswana Telecommunications Corporation (BTC) was established in 1980 as a body corporate by an Act of Parliament to provide, develop, operate and manage Botswana’s national and international telecommunications services. An amendment of the Telecommunications Act in 1996 repealed the monopoly of BTC and other service providers could operate in the telecommunications arena in Botswana. Through a privatisation process mandated through the Privatisation Policy of 2000, shares were sold in the state telecommunications corporation; leaving the government of Botswana with a 51 percent stake in BTCL. The telecommunications corporation offers fixed and mobile voice telephony, including pre- and postpaid services; as well as broadband, online phonebook, Wi-Fi connectivity, frame relay wide-area networking, toll-free and contact centre services, and residential, business and leased line services. BTC also provides an integrated digital networks service, private automatic branch exchange systems, aperture terminal services, and international private-leased circuits.
‘The unvarnished truth’: Episcopal Peace Fellowship marks 80th anniversary with racial reconciliation event Racial Justice & Reconciliation Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Rhode Island Bishop Nicholas Knisely speaks at the Episcopal Peace Fellowship’s 80th anniversary commemoration at the Center for Reconciliation in Providence, Rhode Island, on Nov. 10, 2019. Photo: Egan Millard/Episcopal News Service[Episcopal News Service – Providence, Rhode Island] Founded in 1939 on Armistice Day – the commemoration of the end of World War I, which now coincides with Veterans Day in the United States – the Episcopal Peace Fellowship, or EPF, was established to promote pacifism and protect conscientious objectors as the world plunged into yet another devastating global conflict.And some of its leaders today – including the Rev. Bob Davidson, chair of EPF’s national executive council, and the Rev. Will Mebane, vice chair – became involved when EPF supported them as conscientious objectors during the Vietnam War.“EPF is actually the reason I’m an Episcopalian,” Mebane told Episcopal News Service. Mebane had thought he only had two choices as a conscientious objector: “Go to Canada, or go to prison.” But a friend referred him to an Episcopal priest who connected him with EPF’s resources and invited him to come back to church on Sunday. The rest is history.However, peace means more than just the absence of war, and EPF’s mission has expanded from its earlier focus to a wider variety of social justice issues, from combating gun violence and sex trafficking to promoting racial reconciliation and criminal justice reform.“Part of our mission statement is to ‘dismantle’ violence,” Davidson told ENS. “That’s a more active term than ‘be aware of’ or ‘oppose.’ … What we’ve come to understand is the intersectionality of poverty and racism and violence. That … has led us more deeply into racial reconciliation and the awareness of white supremacy, white privilege, as the root cause of so much collective and interpersonal violence.”The Cathedral of St. John in Providence, Rhode Island, now houses the Center for Reconciliation. Photo: Egan Millard/Episcopal News ServiceThat’s why the organization chose to celebrate its 80th anniversary with a two-day series of events focused on racial reconciliation. On Nov. 10, EPF hosted a “Commemoration of Witness” evensong service at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in Bristol, Rhode Island – at which Bishop Nicholas Knisely of Rhode Island officiated and the Rt. Rev. Shannon MacVean-Brown, the newly consecrated bishop of Vermont, preached. It was followed by a fundraiser.Members of the EPF National Executive Council at the 80th anniversary evensong at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in Bristol, Rhode Island. Front row: The Rev. Cody Maynus, the Rev. Ann Coburn, Bob Lotz, the Rev. Will MebaneBack row: Rob Burgess, the Rev. Bob Davidson, Melanie Ath, Ellen Lindeen. Photo: Steven AthaThe next day, the events continued at the Center for Reconciliation at the Cathedral of St. John in Providence. The cathedral – which remains the seat of the Diocese of Rhode Island – suspended services in 2012 due to financial difficulties, but it has housed the Center for Reconciliation since 2013. Established as a diocesan initiative, the nonprofit center educates the public about the history and legacy of slavery and racism.With the center mostly operating in the basement of the cathedral, repair work in other areas of the building is ongoing, with the hope of reopening it completely in the future.“The cathedral had closed just about a month before I was elected bishop, and I was not consulted, but it was presented to me as a closed building, and I set as a goal for myself reopening the building,” Knisely said.The Center for Reconciliation is an especially useful resource in Rhode Island because, as with much of the Northeast, public awareness of the local impact of slavery is not as acute as in the South, Knisely said – a theme that was repeated throughout the day on Nov. 11.“The Diocese of Rhode Island in its early days profited directly from the slave industry, and worse than that, a number of our buildings were built by enslaved people,” Knisely said. “As a child … I thought I was in the North and therefore I was exempt from having to feel guilty about this, and I discovered that’s not the case. And I have learned that this is not something that happened a long time ago. This is something that is ongoing, built into the historic inequities in American culture.”When asked why racial reconciliation work – especially dealing with events that happened centuries ago – is important for Christians now, Knisely explained that progress cannot happen if not everyone understands the full historical context.“How can I be a person of the Gospel truth if part of my life is blocked from my own understanding?” Knisely asked. “It is impossible for us to have a conversation across racial divides if half of that group knows a history we don’t know. … [Racism] is the original sin of the United States. And gun violence, drug addiction, gender violence – all of that vectors back to the enslavement industry. Capitalism, the way we abuse workers on the assembly line, vectors back to the plantation. Until we go to confession, we have no way of being reconciled.”Traci Picard, the Center for Reconciliation’s program and research associate, gives a presentation on the history of slavery in Rhode Island. Photo: Egan Millard/Episcopal News ServiceThe day began with a presentation from Traci Picard, the center’s program and research associate, and volunteer tour guide Mark Burnham on the history of slavery in Rhode Island.“This is what we call ‘difficult history,’” Picard said.She spoke of how the state, the church and businesses combined to create a “web of complicity,” even in states like Rhode Island, which lacked the large plantations found in the South but where the economy was heavily based on trade, including the slave trade. Until 1807, Rhode Island was the top slave-trading state in the United States, Picard said, and Rhode Island had some of the strictest laws on runaway slaves.“We didn’t have a primary crop, like tobacco or cotton,” Picard explained. “The African people were the commodity. That was our primary product.”Byron Rushing, vice president of The Episcopal Church’s House of Deputies, delivers the keynote speech. Photo: Egan Millard/Episcopal News ServiceIn the afternoon, Byron Rushing – the vice president of The Episcopal Church’s House of Deputies and founder of the Episcopal Urban Caucus who also served as a Massachusetts state representative from 1983 until this past January – delivered a keynote speech in which he delved into some of the semantic problems encountered when talking about slavery, racial reconciliation and colonialism.“Episcopalians, like many Christians, love words that start with the syllable ‘re-,’” Rushing said. “[Those] words have a huge implication: the implication of return. Returning to something that existed. Returning to a different relationship between humans.“In the ‘re-,’ what was the ‘conciliation’? ‘Re-conciliation’ assumes there was a time when it was not a problem.”Rushing also took issue with the use of the word “discover” to describe European colonization of Native land, explaining the problem in a modern parable.“I’m going to go out into the parking lot and I’m going to find your car. I’m going to figure out a way to get into your car. I’m going to get into your car. I’m going to drive your car to Boston! I have ‘discovered’ your car,” Rushing said.The theft of Native land gave rise to the theft of the labor needed to exploit it, Rushing said.“You have stolen the land, so you steal the people.”Rushing then moderated a panel discussion with representatives from all over Province I, who spoke about the various racial reconciliation projects they had undertaken.When the Parish of St. John the Evangelist in Hingham, Massachusetts, decided to hold the 10-part Sacred Ground dialogue series on race and racism developed by The Episcopal Church, co-facilitators Holly Carter and Caitlin Slodden expected about 20 people to sign up to participate in the whole series, while in fact, 88 parishioners did – nearly a third of the congregation in a town whose population is almost completely white.Holly Carter speaks during the discussion panel. Photo: Egan Millard/Episcopal News ServiceCarter and Slodden credited the success to robust support from the clergy and vestry and to the fact that Carter, who is black, and Slodden, who is white, are equal partners in running the series, bringing different backgrounds and experiences.The Rev. Katie Ernst, interim executive director of the Mission Institute, talked about how she successfully lobbied the Commission on Ministry in the Diocese of Massachusetts to make changes to the diocese’s vocational discernment process after a black woman left the process because of issues related to race. Through a series of interviews with multiple seminarians and recently ordained clergy of color, the Mission Institute was able to identify patterns of white supremacy within the process, she said, and the commission has made promising changes.Lee Cheek of Great Barrington, Massachusetts, spoke of her efforts to restore the “erased” history of W.E.B. Du Bois, the black writer and activist who was born in her town but not appropriately recognized and celebrated there. The Rev. Gail Avery described a similar struggle to recognize and honor the contributions of black citizens through the Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire.It’s crucial, Cheek said, for white people to personally engage with people of color and witness “the unvarnished truth” of the effects that racism has had on their lives.The Rev. Rowena Kemp and Suzy Burke, the conveners of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut’s Racial Healing, Justice, and Reconciliation Ministry Network, spoke of the success they’d had in fostering difficult conversations through pilgrimages, forums, workshops and even theatrical performances, in addition to curating a library of helpful media and resources. They stressed the importance of reaching beyond the intellectual level to a deeper emotional level, a point also raised by Cheek.“We need to grab people by the heart,” Cheek said.– Egan Millard is an assistant editor and reporter for the Episcopal News Service. 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Facebook Linkedin Welcome TCU Class of 2025 William Konig World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Linkedin William Konighttps://www.tcu360.com/author/william-konig/ Review: ‘Love, Simon’ is actually a cute romantic comedy Review: predictions on who will win the Oscar vs. who should Review: ‘Ready Player One’ is a ton of fun William Konighttps://www.tcu360.com/author/william-konig/ + posts Twitter William Konighttps://www.tcu360.com/author/william-konig/ Previous articleSymposium challenges Native American stereotypesNext articleHoroscope: October 4, 2017 William Konig RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history print“American Made” starring Tom Cruise is an average movie that has a few good moments throughout the film.This movie is a crime action film that follows the story of Barry Seal. Seal is recruited by the CIA and is used to become part of one the biggest CIA operations in South America.Cruise is no stranger to starring in an action movie. His list of movies include: “The Mummy,” “Mission Impossible,” “Edge of Tomorrow,” “Jack Reacher” and many more. This time around Cruise was not just used in crazy stunts and action scenes, but had to portray the full emotional scope of a man working for the CIA and trying to support his family. He has to show the happiness of making millions and the low of getting in major trouble when caught.While his acting along with Domhnall Gleeson is well done, the rest of this cast was very forgettable. Sarah Wright who played the wife of Seal in the film didn’t add much other than something for him to “fight for” if things went bad.The first half of the movie to many will feel like a drag as it does a lot of setting up for the second half and has little to no action during this time. Once the second half starts up, it heats up with action, twists and plenty happening all at once.Verdict:Overall, the acting is good by Cruise but not his best movie by far. The rest of the cast is forgettable and boring. Although the second half is filled with a lot of fun the first half can get very boring and takes a while to set things up. But this movie makes for a fun evening if there is nothing better to go see at the movies and you can’t get enough of Tom Cruise.6.5/10 Review: ‘Black Panther’ delivered even with high expectations ReddIt Facebook ReddIt Photo by Universal Pictures William Konighttps://www.tcu360.com/author/william-konig/
LimerickNewsDisney+ launches in Ireland todayBy Meghann Scully – March 24, 2020 228 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Facebook Email These providers will have the ability to include Disney+ in wholesale and retail packages for their subscribers. Specifics of those offers vary per company.Disney also has a retail distribution deal with Sky, making Disney+ available in Ireland and the UK on Sky Q, to be followed by NOW TV in the coming months.Pricing for Disney+ has been confirmed at €6.99 per month, or €69.99 for an annual subscription. Following its initial European launch markets, additional Western Europe markets, including Belgium, the Nordics, and Portugal, will follow in summer 2020.Full details and information on how to subscribe are available on Disneyplus.com. With over 500 films, 26 exclusive original movies and series and thousands of television episodes from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic and more, Disney+ is the new streaming home for some of the world’s most beloved stories.“Launching in seven markets simultaneously marks a new milestone for Disney+,“ said Kevin Mayer, Chairman of Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer & International.“As the streaming home for Disney, Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars, and National Geographic, Disney+ delivers high-quality, optimistic storytelling that fans expect from our brands, now available broadly, conveniently, and permanently on Disney+.“We humbly hope that this service can bring some much-needed moments of respite for families during these difficult times.” he added.Starting today, subscribers can enjoy 26 Disney+ Originals titles including “The Mandalorian,” the epic first-ever live-action Star Wars series; “Lady and the Tramp,” a live-action re-telling of the 1955 animated classic; “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series,” the all-new scripted series set at the real-life East High featured in the hit movies;“The World According to Jeff Goldblum” docu-series from National Geographic; “Marvel’s Hero Project,” which celebrates extraordinary kids making a difference in their communities; “Encore!,” executive produced by the multi-talented Kristen Bell;“The Imagineering Story” a 6-part documentary from Emmy and Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Leslie Iwerks and animated short film collections “SparkShorts” and “Forky Asks A Question” from Pixar Animation Studios.Disney+ is also the new streaming home of the iconic animated series “The Simpsons,” with over 600 episodes available together on-demand for the first time. 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Linkedin Twitter Previous articleShannon Airport is continuing to facilitate flights to repatriate passengersNext articleLimerick Post Show | Cllr Elisa O’Donovan talks Covid-19 Meghann Scully Through a comprehensive distribution plan and several strategic agreements, Disney+ is also available across multiple premier distributors in Europe with regional deals including:Deutsche Telekom in GermanyO2 in the UKTelefonica in SpainTIM in ItalyCanal+ in France (from April 7th) TAGSDisneyfilmsKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostmoviesWalt Disney Disney+, the highly anticipated streaming service from The Walt Disney Company, launches today in Ireland, the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, Austria, and Switzerland.The service will launch in France on April 7th. In light of concerns regarding the current ability of certain broadband infrastructure to handle the anticipated consumer demand for Disney+, the service will now feature a lower overall bandwidth utilisation by at least 25%. 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AudioHomepage BannerNews Google+ Harps come back to win in Waterford WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook DL Debate – 24/05/21 Pinterest Prosecution for littering offenses is both ineffective and inadequate in Ireland.That’s according to new research carried out by environmental group VOICE, which shows less than half of littering fines are actually paid.The research shows that 59 fines were issued in Donegal in 2017 but only 24 were paid, equating to just 41%.Mindy O’Brien – the coordinator of VOICE – explains;Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/litter1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Previous article25 people awaiting beds at LUHNext articleHigh level of ill patients at LUH resulting in severe delays News Highland Twitter Google+ Pinterest FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 WhatsApp Less than half of litter fines paid in Donegal Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty By News Highland – May 17, 2019 Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction Twitter Facebook News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th
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UE Looks For Fourth Win In A Row One of the most legendary Purple Aces will be recognized on Saturday as Larry Humes will be honored when the University of Evansville men’s basketball team takes on Miami Ohio on Saturday afternoon at the Ford Center. The tip is set for 1 p.m. with ESPN+ and the Purple Aces Radio Network on the call.Humes, who was inducted into the Small College Basketball Hall of Fame in the fall and is set to officially be welcomed into the Missouri Valley Conference Hall of Fame in March, will be recognized with an on-court presentation at halftime. Prior to the game, fans are invited to the DoubleTree by Hilton, which is direct across from the Ford Center. At 11:15 a.m., Humes will be on hand for a pregame appearance that will include autographs and fan interaction. Setting the Scene– For the 8th time since 2009, the Aces and RedHawks meet up on the hardwood– Overall, UE is 11-5 against Miami, but the RedHawks picked up the win last season by a 70-67 final in Oxford– Since posting two points in consecutive games, DeAndre Williams has gotten back on track, averaging 18.3 points and 10.0 rebounds in the last three contests– As a team, the Aces have improved in several facets over the recent win streak; in the three losses, UE was outrebounded by 13.3 boards per game – the last three games have seen that number drop down to just 3.4 per contest– UE’s shooting has gone up – the Aces have shot 48.6% in the win streak while the three losses saw the team finish at 37.9%Last Time Out– A back-and-forth contest saw the Aces hold on for a 90-86 win over Western Illinois on Wednesday night at the Ford Center– Four days after points 20 points, 15 rebounds and 5 assists at IUPUI, DeAndre Williams recorded a 21-point, 9-rebound and 4-assist effort; his point and rebound totals were both game-highs– Sam Cunliffe scored 15 points and hauled in 6 rebounds while K.J. Riley recorded 10– As a team, the Aces drained 15 3-pointers, the most in Ford Center history– Evansville trailed at the half for the sixth game in a row, heading to the break trailing by a 43-39 score, but rallied in the early moments of the second half– Jawaun Newton hit a triple with 1:07 remaining that gave Evansville the lead for good and K.J. Riley added the two clinching free throws with four ticks on the clockDialing up from Downtown– In the win over Western Illinois, the Aces connected on 15 3-pointers, the most for the team in a home game at the Ford Center– It marked the 11th time the Aces have hit 10 or more triples in 41 games under head coach Walter McCarty– Between the start of the 2009-10 season and the end of the 2017-18 campaign, the program hit 10+ triples just 11 times in 298 gamesOver 50– Entering the December 4 game against Western Illinois, UE was 0-12 since the start of the 2018-19 season when the opponent shot 50% or higher– The Aces ended the streak, earning a 90-86 win over a WIU team that shot 55.6%– UE was 1-1 last season when finishing at 50% or better, but is a perfect 3-0 in that stat this seasonScouting the Opponent– Miami Ohio brings their even 4-4 mark to the Ford Center– After starting the season with a 4-1 record, the RedHawks have dropped their last three games, including a 76-54 game against Northern Kentucky on Tuesday– Nike Sibande averages a team-high 15.1 points per game while Delonte Brown stands with 14.0 points to go along with a team-best 7.4 rebounds and six blocks– Evansville native Mekhi Lairy is third in scoring with 8.0 points but leads the team with 30 assists on the season FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail