Published on July 16, 2013 at 8:00 pm Contact Phil: [email protected] | @PhilDAbb Syracuse has extended a scholarship offer to shooting guard Malachi Richardson, his AAU coach Aaron Burt told the Post-Standard.Richardson is considered one of the top basketball players in the Class of 2015, and one of the group’s better shooters.Richardson tweeted this out Monday after the Orange made the offer.SU head coach Jim Boeheim and assistant coach Mike Hopkins watched Richardson compete for Team Final in South Carolina this weekend, according to The Post-Standard.The 6-foot-6 Richardson attends Roselle (N.J.) Catholic High School, the same high school of incoming SU freshman Tyler Roberson. Roberson and Richardson led Roselle Catholic to the New Jersey Tournament of Champions title last year.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textESPN.com gave Richardson a 94 grade and ranked him the No. 11 in his class. Rivals.com and Scout.com rate Richardson as a four-star recruit, with Rivals.com putting him at No. 19 overall.In addition to Syracuse Richardson has offers from Atlantic Coast Conference programs Maryland and Miami, former Big East rivals Georgetown, Connecticut, Cincinnati and Rutgers, as well as Arizona and Indiana, according to his ESPN player profile.Burt told The Post-Standard that Florida also made an offer, and North Carolina and Duke have also showed interest.SU has recruited players from the Philadelphia-based Team Final AAU program, including Dion Waiters, Rakeem Christmas and Trevor Cooney. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
tweet Metric Gaming launches InAndOutBet sportsbook January 20, 2020 Related Articles Submit StumbleUpon Bet.Works agrees new partnership with Sports IQ August 5, 2020 SvenPlay confirms Metric Gaming sportsbook extension February 20, 2020 Share Martin de Knijff – Metric GamingMetric Gaming has entered a strategic partnership with US sports odds compiler Sports IQ to build and launch a full suite of next generation US sports betting products.Updating stakeholders, Metric Gaming and Sports IQ will team-up to develop a one-stop solution for the major US pro-leagues (NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL), delivering an optimal ‘simple price feed’ for US wagering incumbents.Partnership frameworks will see Metric combine its sportsbook development capacity with Sports IQ’s deep data proprietary modelling technology providing robust pricing and superior product features tailored for US sports audiences.Collaborating with Sports IQ, Metric Gaming management will seek to display new wagering provisions in Q1 of next year.Martin de Knijff, CEO at Metric Gaming, said: “We are delighted to partner with a company of Sports IQ’s calibre. The two businesses have similar DNA; we’re both committed to working at the sharpest end of the industry, competing on quality and winning in the right way. These products will represent a sharp improvement on the current quality benchmark of US Sports products available, particularly for the nascent US market.”Omer Dor, Co-Founder at Sports IQ, added: “We believe there is a new standard of expectation from suppliers to deliver innovative, reliable and best-in-class products. We are delighted to be working with an exciting company like Metric Gaming as they match our aspirations, and we recognize their huge potential to further disrupt the B2B sport betting market in Europe, the US, and beyond. We look forward to their new and existing clients benefiting from the Sports IQ suite of products.”
Governor Kim Reynolds says hundreds of thousands of Iowans remain without power a day after the derecho storm with hurricane-force winds swept through the state — and it may be several days before service is fully restored. At mid-day (Tuesday), the governor indicated an estimated 450-thousand Iowa homes and businesses had no electric service.“At our peak last night, there were 550,000 households without power,” Reynolds says. “Linn County had 97% without power at one point, as well as Marshall County.” The power grid has been seriously damaged in Linn, Marshall and Scott Counties.“For example, more than 22 of the large, lattice transmission towers were directly impacted,” Reynolds says. Iowa Utilities Board chairwoman Jeri Huser says service will be restored as soon as utility companies can safely do so.“Some areas of service can expect to be without power for several days as debris is cleared and downed power lines are replaced,” Huser says. Iowa utility companies are activating their mutual aid agreements with utility and tree companies in other states, to get more crews into Iowa to deal with the situation.“Utility companies have reported to the IUB and have indicated that the storm damage was one of the most destructive of record,” Huser says. Alliant Energy has announced service to neighborhoods, industries and businesses will be restored systematically. The first priority has been getting hospitals, nursing homes, fire and police departments and water systems back online.