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Former South African President Nelson Mandela famous for his fight to end the racist policy of apartheid died today at the age of 95.
Mandela’s health had been in steep decline over the past few months he was hospitalized on June 8 for kidney and liver problems and had been on life support. Doctors also said he had a recurring lung infection.
The President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, had said Mandela was ”well looked after” and ”comfortable” during his final days.
Mandela became an international figure during his 27 years in prison for conspiring to overthrow South Africa’s government. He was released in 1990, and won the Nobel Peace Prize in ’93.
In 1994 Mandela helped orchestrate South Africa’s first multi-racial election — and became the country’s first Black president.
Over the years, Mandela’s been portrayed by several major actors including Sidney Poitier, Morgan Freeman, Dennis Haysbert, Danny Glover and Idris Elba.
He also made a cameo as a teacher in Spike Lee‘s 1992 flick “Malcolm X.”
Ben McLemore the seventh pick in June’s Draft, topped the rookie class in the West in scoring (9.1 ppg) and minutes (22.8 mpg). Among all first-year players, he tied for first in 3-pointers made (21), and ranked second in 3-point field goal percentage (.350) and third in free throw percentage (.810). McLemore recorded double-digit scoring in six games. In his second career game (Nov. 2), he came off the bench and contributed a team-high 19 points and four rebounds in a 98-87 loss at Golden State.
Michael Carter-Williams the 11th overall selection in the 2013 NBA Draft, ranked first among rookies in scoring (17.2 ppg), assists (7.3 apg), steals (2.92 spg) and minutes (36.2 mpg). Among first-year-players, Carter-Williams ranked second in rebounding (5.3). Carter-Williams earned Eastern Conference Player of the Week honors for games played Oct. 29-Nov. 3, joining Shaquille O’Neal (1992) as the only rookies to win the award in the first week of their NBA careers. In his NBA debut on Oct. 30, a 114-110 home win over the Heat, Carter-Williams recorded 22 points, 12 assists, nine steals and seven rebounds. The nine steals were the most by a rookie in his NBA debut.
This year plenty of Retro kicks hit the stores, and now looking back a few things came to our attention.
“Fire Red” Air Jordan 5′s
“Fear Pack” Air Jordan 4′s
“Fear Pack” Air Jordan 5′s
“Laney” Air Jordan 5′s
“Fear Pack” Air Jordan 3″s
“Royal Blue” Air Jordan 1 OG
“Black Toe” Air Jordan 1 OG
“88″ Air Jordan Retro 3″s
Kevin Durant guided the Thunder to an 11-3 record to start the season, including an 8-0 mark at Chesapeake Energy Arena, the best home start in the team’s Oklahoma City era. Durant paced the NBA in scoring (28.3 ppg) on the back of six 30-plus-point performances, including a season-high 42 points in a 101-98 win over the Utah Jazz on Oct. 30. He also recorded six double-doubles during October and November.