Furthermore, Patterson has an overall net rating of 10.9 this season, which ranks first among rotation players on the Raptors. Patterson’s 3 point shooting is a key reason for this because his spacing opens up lanes for drive heavy guards like Lowry and Derozan. For the Raptors to win this series it is essential that Patterson hits his open 3 point shots. In wins Patterson is shooting 40% from 3 and in losses only 29% from 3. What could bode well for Patterson is that in the 4 games against the bucks this season he is shooting a blistering .780 TS% and 53% from 3.
Each of the pairs had their own idea about what the answer was to The Westings Game. A thirteen year old girl has come to a conclusion that the one who finds the fourth identity of Sam Westing is declared the winner. Later on Turtle wins and the rest of the heirs never know the answer because Turtle never tells anyone she wins. The Westing Game novel and movie have many similarities. The Westing Game novel and movie are similar in many ways.
Her moral ambiguity begins with her occupation as a professional golfer, which is a male-dominated and in addition to that, her career launched off with a big scandal. At his first Gatsby party, Nick finally recalls where he remembers Jordan from and what she had done. He says, “At her first big golf tournament there was a row that nearly reached the newspapers-- a suggestion that she had moved her ball from a bad lie in the semi-final round” (Fitzgerald 57). Nick describes her as, “a slender, small-breasted girl with an erect carriage, which she accentuated by throwing her body backward at the shoulders like a young cadet” (Fitzgerald 11), so her androgynous physical appearance also connects with the color gray. Another one of her physical features, which are, “her gray sun-strained eyes” (Fitzgerald 11) directly connects her to the color gray in The Great Gatsby.
while she was in the tournament. In the text it said, “She beat her first opponent easily, and felt sorry for the girl because she didn’t have anyone to cheer for her. Lupe invited the girl, whose name was Rachel, to stay with them.” This illustrates a great act of kindness. Lupe was rewarded with a new friend by the end of the story because she reached out. When Lupe was nervous about facing the girl in finals, Rachel encouraged her that she could do it.
In Amy Tan’s short story, “The Rules of The Game,” Lindo is a definite ally to Waverly, although she may have trouble expressing it. For instance, in the beginning of the story, Waverly goes to her first official chess tournament. As she leaps up from her cold metal seat after being called to play, Lindo gives her a good luck charm. The author writes, “My mother unwrapped something in her lap. It was her chang, a small tablet of red jade which held the sun’s fire.
This was very difficult and tedious, and certainly not the best communication method, but it was the only resource they had at the time, and at least it gave them a foundation to work off of from there. The summer Alandra turned two years old, Tressa and Alandra, accompanied by Linda and Joy, attended a two-week long seminar for parents of deaf children at the Illinois School for the Deaf in Jacksonville. The psychologist there highly recommended American Sign Language as the main form of communication, but Tressa disregarded his advice, wanting to stick to the oral method, which they had been working so hard on,
In the story Where are you going, where have you been Connie, her mother and sister all have competitive relationships. Her mother says “Stop gawking at yourself.Who are you? You think you are so pretty?” to Connie after seeing Connie look at her own face maybe because her mother 's “looks were gone and that was why she was after Connie”(Oates 1). Her mother is jealous of her daughter, and because of that their relationship is weak. This is shown by the author’s choice of tone and usage of rhetorical phrases emphasizing on the point that their relationship is not family like.
His greatest accomplished player is a Syracuse grad, Kayla Treanor. Like Gary is a four time first team all-american and one of the most emphasized players in the game. Together the two have turned the women 's game around and either you love them or hate them for what they have done to women 's lacrosse. Started by the Native Americans, lacrosse was a simple sport with few rules and a simple motive, put the ball in the back of the net. The sticks that were used in the past are related more to the modern tennis racket than an actual lacrosse stick used today.
Our first game that today (one of five) game against the second worst team in the U11 age division. The Redhawks were considered laughing stocks, until they played us. With four minutes, thirty three seconds to go, the score was tied at thirteen a piece. Now my coach, Von Sigler, was never one to put me in on what was considered “crunch-time”, however this
Portfolio Reflections Item 3: Character Map The character I thought had a lot of significance in the novel, but was not a main character was Jordan Baker. Jordan Baker was Daisy’s friend who grew up with her. She is famous for golf and that is how the narrator, Nick, recognizes her. She is rather arrogant and it is revealed later in the novel that she is very dishonest. She is Nick’s love interest through most of the novel and is in many pivotal scenes including the climax.