Heritage listed luxury penthouse in the heart of the city

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first_img The then new A wing of Townsville General Hospital in 1954, three years after its official opening. Historical Picture: State Library of Queensland “The building has gorgeous lines in it and beautiful curves in the balconies, we really wanted to make sure that was incorporated rather than try and work against it,” Ms Hart said.“We are on the top floor and were one of the first to build in that column, so we were able to make some modifications to the original plans; we’ve got an extra 30cm of ceiling than any of the other apartments because we could go up into the roof.” “All the doors are extra high and there’s internal sliding doors so that we’re not taking up extra floor space.” “Because it’s the penthouse it rises above the tower behind it and it’s the only level that can see right up over the hill, over Queens Gardens, and right up to Palm Island.”“It’s absolutely stunning like seriously the most incredible view — it’s amazing.” The couple also meticulously designed their perfect master-bedroom, which served as an escape from their busy lives as event producers and provided them with ample privacy when they wanted time away from their teenage children. “We really wanted a master-bedroom so that when we closed the door, we were in another world.”“We created a really incredible triple bathroom with a hidden sliding door, and you can lie in the bath and see Magnetic Island.”“There’s a four by four walk in wardrobe with custom built cabinetry, shoe draws, and a makeup cabinet.”RELATED: Contemporary classic with views to cherish With a family kitchen rivalling the set of MasterChef, it features top of the range appliances with an invisible range hood which rises from the stone bench. “We entertained quite a bit so we wanted a kitchen that was really beautiful and functional; we put a hidden butler’s pantry in behind a curved door that opens automatically, and then we did a triple kitchen.”“So we have the butler’s pantry, back wall, middle prep bench with a cook top, and then another space for breakfast eating and more prep on top of a massive dining area.”The Fulton Gardens complex is located in North Ward, and overlooks The Strand, featuring a double pool, gym and two acres of heritage listed gardens. Labor’s policies could deter Townsville investors leaving renters to foot the bill Breathtaking 270 degree views of Castle Hill, Magnetic Island and beyond will never be at risk of being built out, and the balcony spans the width of the apartment.“You’ll never get a building that’s made of that structural quality; with the hallways that big and the space so vast, because it was obviously made as an industrial property,” Ms Hart said.center_img The three-bedroom apartment features a bathroom for every bedroom, and a large living space for family time. It also includes a private office on the ground floor of the complex with connection to NBN, making it perfect for those wanting to work from home or operate a small team of staff.“There’s a fully kitted out office on the ground floor with private entry — so if you work for yourself or if you work from home or have staff that works really well.”“We work for ourselves so it was really-nice to be able to go downstairs to work.” Townsville’s cheapest suburbs More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020 No expense has been spared in complimenting the original art deco style of 604/53 Gregory Street. Price: $1.69 MillionBRIDGET Hart and Justin Cowell purchased this penthouse as a shell in 2015, and spent the next year and a half developing the plan and fitting it out. The heritage listed apartment was once part of the Townsville General Hospital, and still retains its original architectural features.No expense has been spared in complimenting the original art deco style of 604/53 Gregory Street, and the couple have made extra modifications to ensure this unit is a one-off. MORE REAL ESTATE NEWSlast_img read more


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first_imgTriple Gold Cup-winning rider Jim Culloty enjoyed Festival success as a trainer when Lord Windermere took the RSA Chase at Cheltenham. He possibly looked a fortunate winner, however, as the Willie Mullins-trained Boston Bob crashed out at the final fence when in front. That left Lord Windermere (8-1), ridden by Davy Russell, to get the better of Lyreen Legend by a length and three-quarters to give Culloty, best known for his association with Best Mate, a first winner at the meeting since he gave up riding. Russell said: “I’ve only ridden him once at home, so all the credit goes to Jim Culloty, who has instilled confidence in him. Jim’s done a marvellous job. I only steered him today and he was in super order.” Culloty added: “We knew this horse would like Cheltenham and it’s all paid off. I fancied him like mad – I thought he’d love the ground here. I told Davy to ride him to get the trip. They went no pace and it suited us. “He’s the best horse I have and it was all about getting him here. Tom Doyle deserves a lot of the credit, he’s taught him well and the first time he rode him he said to me ‘this is the one you’ve been waiting for’. “You get nervous 30 minutes before going out to ride in a Gold Cup, but I have been nervous for the last six months with this lad. I have 13 boxes and he is in box 11, and when I work my way down to him on a morning I just pray he’s OK. “I wouldn’t have thought he would run again this year. We purposely hadn’t run him over three miles on heavy ground, but he will have had a hard enough race today. As for next year we haven’t even thought about it, this has been the long-term plan. We didn’t bring him here last year thinking about today.” When asked if Lord Windermere was a possible Gold Cup contender next season, owner Dr Ronan Lambe said: “You’d hope so. He’s a beautiful jumper and three miles is his distance.” Trainer Dessie Hughes said of runner-up Lyreen Legend: “I was very pleased. He was beaten by a better horse on the day. If the ground had been heavier it might have suited us more, but no complaints.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more


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first_imgGary Sheffield LFShawn Green RFEric Karros 1BTodd Hundley CAdrian Beltre 3BKevin Elster SSKevin Brown PManager: Davey JohnsonTop movie“Rules of Engagement” (Tommy Lee Jones, Samuel L. Jackson)Top pop song“Maria, Maria” (Santana featuring The Product G&B)Top booksNew York Times adult fiction: “The Brethren” (John Grisham)New York Times adult nonfiction: “The Rock Says …” (The Rock with Joe Layden)Top cellphoneNokia 3310Sports Illustrated cover“The Worst Franchise in Sports History” (about the Clippers)TIME magazine cover“Elian and his Dad” (about Elian & Juan Miguel Gonzalez)People magazine cover“Whitney’s Troubled Times” (about Whitney Houston) Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error The Dodgers are facing the possibility of getting rained out Tuesday night, but time could be on the Dodgers’ side.Light rain is expected to start falling by late afternoon with steady widespread showers into the night, according to meteorologist Scott Sukup.The downpour is supposed to subside about 8 p.m., or nearly an hour after the 7:10 p.m. start time at Dodger Stadium.That puts Tuesday night’s game against the San Diego Padres in jeopardy — as well as the Dodgers’ major-league record of 1,213 regular-season games without a rainout.center_img The last rainout at Dodger Stadium occurred Monday, April 17, 2000, when the Houston Astros were in town. That, coincidentally, put an end to the Dodgers’ record of 856 games in a row without getting rained out.Here are some fun facts from the last time the Dodgers were rained out at home:2000 opening-day lineupDevon White CFMark Grudzielanek 2Blast_img read more


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first_img Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +3 Vote up Vote down Small Town Boy · 278 weeks ago Well done, ladies! Report Reply 0 replies · active 278 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Honored SRMC Auxiliary members.Submitted to Sumner Newscow — The Sumner Regional Medical Center Auxiliary held a luncheon Monday in honor of National Volunteer Week. President and CEO Leonard Hernandez and Auxiliary President Nancy McNett awarded individual “Pink Ladies” with their service pins for the amount of hours worked in 2014.All volunteers worked 4,029.5 hours total in 2015 and 223,760 hours since 1971.Pictured above are:Elva Gallemore, Betty Popplewell, Nance McNett, Sharon Johnson, Alice Fox and Hernandez. Dixie Blankenship who worked 500.25 hours and Karen Ramey who worked 3,508.5 hours were not pictured.Follow us on Twitter.last_img read more


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first_imgSundowns are only the second sub-Saharan African club after TP Mazembe from the Democratic Republic of Congo to compete in the Club World Cup.They debut at the quarter-final stage next Sunday against Kashima Antlers of Japan or Auckland City of New Zealand in Osaka.Kaizer Chiefs’ poor run continued as they conceded two goals within a minute en route to a 3-1 away defeat by Chippa United in Port Elizabeth.Siphiwe Tshabalala punished a careless Chippa back pass to give Chiefs a 15th-minute lead they retained entering the final quarter at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.But headed goals from Lerato Manzini and Tshwarelo Bereng on 71 and 72 minutes turned the tide and a late goal sealed the fate of the four-time Premiership champions.“We have to take it on the chin and move on,” was the defiant message from Chiefs coach Steve Komphela who dodged plastic bottles flung by disgruntled supporters after the match.Zimbabwean Tendai Ndoro scored after 35 seconds and converted a second-half penalty for Orlando Pirates in Soweto, but bottom club Highlands Park levelled twice to force a 2-2 draw.Ndoro has averaged a goal a game in 11 league appearances for the Buccaneers this season and tops the Premiership scorers’ chart.Ajax Cape Town continued a revival under Dutch coach Stanley Menzo by snatching a late 1-0 home win over Golden Arrows thanks to a penalty that Nathan Paulse converted.Share on: WhatsApp Johannesburg, South Africa | AFP | Mamelodi Sundowns thrashed Free State Stars 4-1 in the South African Premiership on Saturday, two days before flying to Japan for a maiden FIFA Club World Cup appearance.Percy Tau added to his rapidly growing reputation with two second-half goals as the Pretoria club transformed a 1-1 half-time scoreline into a decisive home victory.Zimbabwean Khama Billiat and Keagan Dolly, two of the five 2016 Africa-based African Footballer of the Year finalists, were the other scorers for the CAF Champions League title-holders.Thokozani Sekotlong was on target at Loftus Versfeld stadium for second-from-bottom Free State, who have won just once in 12 league outings this season.Ugandan goalkeeper Denis Onyango’s Sundowns remain eighth, eight points behind leaders Cape Town City, but they have four matches in hand owing to postponements caused by African commitments.The wide winning margin was a relief for coach Pitso Mosimane, who had expressed pre-match concern that his players were being distracted by the Club World Cup.“Our focus today was on beating Free State Stars and that delighted me,” said the first South African coach to win the CAF Champions League.“Tau was unbelievable, he is growing from strength to strength. My main worry about him was a lack of goals and now he has scored three in three matches.”last_img read more


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first_imgNew findings (or claims) are throwing long-held beliefs about human ancestors into disarray.  Early people were smarter, and traveled farther, than paleoanthropologists thought.    One report summarized by PhysOrg says, “A highly skillful and delicate method of sharpening and retouching stone artifacts by prehistoric people appears to have been developed at least 75,000 years ago, more than 50,000 years earlier than previously thought, according to a new study led by the University of Colorado at Boulder.”  The technique is called pressure flaking.  It allows finer control over the sharpness of stone tools.  “Pressure flaking adds to the repertoire of technological advances during the Still Bay (period) and helps define it as a time when novel ideas were rapidly introduced,” wrote researchers studying the stones in a South Africa cave.  “This flexible approach to technology may have conferred an advantage to the groups of Homo sapiens who migrated out of Africa about 60,000 years ago.”    That story about migrating out of Africa, though, took a falsifying hit.  Science Daily reported, “An international team of researchers, including a physical anthropology professor at Washington University in St. Louis, has discovered well-dated human fossils in southern China that markedly change anthropologists perceptions of the emergence of modern humans in the eastern Old World.”  Maybe it was out of Asia instead of Africa.  The BBC News has a photo of the cave in China where the bones were found.  National Geographic News said that these bones, 60,000 years older than previous finds, “presents a strong challenge” to the out-of-Africa theory and the “traditional early-human time line”.    Speaking of changing directions in migration, another story in Science Daily claims that fossil evidence is showing anthropoid apes colonized Africa 39 million years ago rather than evolving there.These claims and the dates are all incestuous with evolutionary assumptions.  Fossils are real, and stone tools are real, but the stories about them are convoluted and contradictory.  Since they have told us “everything you know is wrong” year after year, why do we pay them any attention?  Are they making progress toward understanding human history?  No, they are revealing their Know-Nothing Party affiliation (10/28/2009).  Vote no on Proposition D, the evolutionary storytelling initiative of the Darwin (Know-Nothing) Party.(Visited 16 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more


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first_imgA recipe is a process. It tells you, step-by-step, what you need to do to get a certain outcome. If you are baking a cake, a recipe takes you from start to finish, covering all the steps in between.A sales process takes you from target to close, covering all of the steps along the way. It tells you how to target the right prospects. It gives you directions on how best to qualify your prospects. It provides you with the steps you need to take to uncover your client’s needs and requirements. It gives you guidance on how to present your solution and give evidence. It gives you the steps to acquire the account, to negotiate, and to close the business. A sales process is end to end.A sales methodology is different. It’s a recipe, too, but it’s a different kind of recipe. It’s more like a recipe for icing, not a cake. A recipe for icing can bolt right onto your recipe for cake, just like a sales methodology bolts onto a sales process.A sales methodology gives you the steps for some part of a sales process. The best way to demonstrate this is with an example. Let’s use Neil Rackham’s SPIN Selling. Rackham’s methodology is a system for asking questions. It’s still pound-for-pound the best methodology for asking questions in sales. But it isn’t a sales process. It can be used within any sales process.My friend Jill Konrath wrote a tremendous book called SNAP Selling. It doesn’t really matter what sales process you use, Jill’s methodology is about getting in, being relevant, being invaluable, and aligning what you do with your client’s priorities. You can read her book and get help with these sales challenges regardless of your company’s sales process.Too Much Icing, Too Little CakeIt’s possible to eat only icing. But it’s really not supposed to be eaten alone. It’s not a substitute for the cake. It’s supposed to help make the cake better.It’s important not to confuse sales processes and methodologies. You need a sales process. You can enhance them by adding some methodologies. But you can’t substitute a methodology for a sales process; it leaves too much out.QuestionsDo you have a sale process, or do you really use only a methodology?What are the benefits of having an end-to-end process to guide you from target to close?If you subscribe to some methodology, what parts of the common sales process does it cover? What parts is your methodology missing?If you have a sales process, what methodologies have you bolted on to give you a philosophy or a system for some parts of that process? Essential Reading! Get my 3rd book: Eat Their Lunch “The first ever playbook for B2B salespeople on how to win clients and customers who are already being serviced by your competition.” Buy Nowlast_img read more


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first_imgThis is going to be easy. It isn’t. If it were easy to produce better results, you’d already be producing those results. This lie is designed to make you believe that you aren’t going to have to expend energy–emotional and physical–to produce better results.This is going to be fast. You know better results don’t come quickly. It takes time. You are going to have to work at things longer than you want to. It takes less time than you might think, but it isn’t going to be instant.This is going to be cheap. Better results aren’t cheap. They cost you time, energy, and money. Major results require major investments. If you don’t make those investments, you will not generate the results.This won’t require work on your part. You know the pitch. Get rich quick. Get fit and healthy in 8 minutes a day. These lies are designed to make you believe you can have the results without doing the work. Better results require that you first do the work. Success is something you have to pay for in advance.This is going to be problem free. There is a learning curve. You are going to make mistakes. Things are going to go wrong. You are going to hit roadblocks, obstacles, and dead ends. You are going to be frustrated. You will have problems. And you will find your way through.Anyone can do this and succeed. No they can’t. No they aren’t. If the results you want were easy to produce, everyone would be producing those results. Look around. This isn’t true, is it? Most people aren’t disciplined or dedicated enough to produce the better results you have set as your goals.You won’t have to change. All the results you want in your life are on the other side of change. You have to change your beliefs. You have to change your behaviors and actions. Only then to you get the better results.You will get everything right the first time. No you won’t. You are a work in progress. You are going to make mistakes. You are going to stumble. You are going to fail. And you will most definitely fall off the wagon from time to time. You will get it right the third time – or maybe the fourth. But even then, you will find room to improve. Get the Free eBook! Want to master cold calling? Download my free eBook! Many would have you believe that cold calling is dead, but the successful have no fear of the phone; they use it to outproduce their competitors. Download Now A lot of people promise better results. If you work in sales, you promise better results. These are 8 of the lies about better results you can’t tell yourself, you can’t buy from others, and you can’t sell your clients.last_img read more


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Each member of the line must be on the ice for a goal to qualifySource: Left Wing Lock CGYJ. GaudreauS. MonahanM. Ferland251267.6 Goals BOSB. MarchandP. BergeronD. Pastrnak21387.5% TORZ. HymanA. MatthewsW. Nylander24972.7 COLG. LandeskogN. MacKinnonM. Rantanen291467.4 NYIA. LeeJ. TavaresJ. Bailey241955.8 The best among the best lines in the NHLThe top 10 lines in the NHL in goals scored while playing 5-on-5, by percentage of goals for TMLeft wingCenterright wingForVS.For % PHIC. GirouxS. CouturierJ. Voracek231069.7 For the first couple months of the season, the Boston Bruins had more problems than they could handle. They had lost more games than they had won. They were firmly out of the playoff picture. Top-line center Patrice Bergeron and his linemate Brad Marchand had both missed time with injuries. So had second-line center David Krejci. Goalie Tuukka Rask was a husk of his former self, and looked for a moment as though he might lose his starting job. Matt Beleskey, who the Bruins decided to pay $19 million because he had a handful of good weeks during the spring of 2015, had been placed on waivers.1He cleared them and now plays for Boston’s AHL affiliate in Providence.This was a team that had won the Presidents’ Trophy as recently as 2013-14, and that had a core made up of several skaters who’d played in two of the past seven Stanley Cup Finals. This was also a team that had failed to qualify for two of the past three postseasons, and that hadn’t won a playoff series since they beat the Detroit Red Wings in the spring of 2014.But since a loss to the Washington Capitals in mid-December, the Bruins have been damn near untouchable: They are 14-0-4 in their last 18 games. The Bruins looked like basement dwellers a few months ago, and now pundits are wondering whether they’re legitimate Stanley Cup contenders. But are they for real, or is this streak just a tantalizing aberration?The Bruins are a balanced hockey team — seven skaters have at least 25 points — but much of their recent form can be attributed to the extraordinary play of a rejuvenated Rask and the top line of Bergeron, Marchand, and David Pastrnak, which has established itself as one of the best in the NHL.In his last 18 starts, Rask has lost exactly zero games in regulation; in his prior 13 starts, he had won just three. During his recent dominant stretch, Rask has stopped 94 percent of the shots he’s faced; during his disastrous stretch, he stopped just under 90 percent of the shots he faced.2Not what you’d expect from the NHL’s all-time leader in save percentage.Goaltender play is notoriously unstable, so these gulfs in Rask’s performance aren’t actually as shocking as they seem on the surface. Even if Rask’s save percentage regresses and he stops roughly 92 percent of the shots he faces for the rest of the season, the Bruins will be in good shape.To explain the dominance of Marchand, Bergeron, and Pastrnak, the best place to start is their possession numbers. Bergeron is yet again among the league’s elite faceoff takers, winning more than 57 percent of his draws.3That number drops a bit to roughly 53 percent on power play draws, but Bergeron can be forgiven — unless he’s the man in the penalty box, teams often task their best faceoff man with taking draws on the penalty kill. Among qualifying skaters, all three on Boston’s top line rank in the top 50 in Corsi percentage,4Adjusted for score, zone and venue. which estimates a player’s possession rate by measuring the percentage of shot attempts directed at his opponent’s net versus his own net while he’s on the ice. And because the Bruins’ top troika are sending so many shots toward their opponents’ nets, all three also rank in the top 15 for goals per 60 minutes.Among lines that qualify, only 11 others in the NHL have a higher combined shooting percentage than the combination of Marchand, Bergeron, and Pastrnak. And their goals for percentage — which takes the total number of goals scored while a line is on the ice together and calculates the percentage of those goals that were goals scored by the line — is by far the best in the league. LOSA. IafalloA. KopitarD. Brown201360.6 TBLV. NamestnikovS. StamkosN. Kucherov261957.8 DALJ. BennT. SeguinA. Radulov201360.6 VGKR. SmithW. KarlssonJ. Marchessault321666.7 None of this is to say the Bruins are a one-line team — they’re far from it. Rookie forwards Danton Heinen and Jake DeBrusk have already chipped in with 11 goals each, and rookie defenseman Charlie McAvoy5McAvoy recently underwent minor surgery to correct an abnormal heart rhythm, but is expected to return in two weeks. is building a solid case for the Calder Memorial Trophy. And David Krejci is a pretty decent second line center, too: He’s scored 24 points in 29 games, and he’s winning 56.3 percent of his faceoffs, by far the best mark of his career.Boston will lose in regulation again — Marchand, who is serving a five-game suspension, and McAvoy’s temporary absences should ensure this happens sooner than later. But there’s nothing in recent memory suggesting Boston’s top line will cease to be a possession beast any time soon.6All three forwards finished in the top ten in Corsi percentage in 2016-17. If they keep getting (and burying) their chances — and if Rask’s ascendancy holds up, which his dazzling career implies it might — the Bruins might find themselves playing hockey in June again. read more


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Trevor Thompson (right) looks on during the 2014 Spring Game April 12 at Ohio Stadium. Thompson announced his decision to transfer to Ohio State April 13.Credit: Shelby Lum / Photo editorTo say the Ohio State basketball team is going through an overhaul is a bit of an understatement.First, the Buckeyes saw the careers of two of the most decorated players in program history — a total of 119 wins — come to a close on a cold, windy day in Buffalo, N.Y., more than three weeks ago when senior guards Aaron Craft and Lenzelle Smith Jr. battled to a 60-59 loss Dayton in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.Two days later, sophomore guard Amedeo Della Valle told coach Thad Matta of his intentions to leave Columbus and head back home to Europe to pursue a professional basketball career.Then only six days later, OSU got hit with another departure — this time its leading scorer — when junior forward LaQuinton Ross announced his intentions to follow in Della Valle’s footsteps and leave early to pursue a pro career.But with 40 points per game lost from the 2013-14 season, Matta didn’t flinch. In fact, he might even come out on top.Barely two weeks after adding Temple transfer and redshirt-junior forward Anthony Lee to his roster, OSU’s basketball coach landed another big man, as Virginia Tech freshman Trevor Thompson committed to OSU Sunday, per a report by ESPN College Basketball Insider Jeff Goodman.“I love the academics, the fans, my new teammates and the coaching staff,” Thompson told ESPN. “It was the perfect fit.”Thompson also took to Twitter to announce his decision, one day after attending the OSU football Spring Game.“Well it’s official I’m a Ohio State Buckeye Show Me Love #BuckEyeNation !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” Thompson tweeted from his personal account, @TrevBallinTrey2, at 1:29 p.m. Sunday.Thompson, a 6-foot-11 center who will likely sit out the 2014-15 season per NCAA transfer rules unless he chooses to request a waiver from the NCAA because of his father’s medical condition, averaged 5.0 points and 4.7 rebounds per game this past season at Virginia Tech.An OSU spokesman did not immediately respond to The Lantern’s request for comment about the transfer Sunday. Attempts to contact Thompson directly also were unsuccessful.The addition of Thompson brings the scholarship count of the men’s basketball program to 12, one below the NCAA allotted 13.If Thompson does sit out the 2014-15 season, he is set to be one of two centers on OSU’s roster in 2015-16, as junior centers Trey McDonald and Amir Williams are scheduled to enter their final season of eligibility next year. The other center who is set to be on roster with Thompson is David Bell, who is a member of Matta’s 2014 recruiting class.That class also includes guard D’Angelo Russell and forwards Jae’Sean Tate and Keita Bates-Diop.Other members slated to be a part of next year’s squad that saw action in 2013-14 aside from Williams and McDonald — who combined averaged 9.8 points and 7.5 rebounds per game this past season — include junior forward Sam Thompson, junior guard Shannon Scott and freshman fowrward Marc Loving. Freshman Kam Williams figures to be in the mix as well after sitting out last season as he battled back from illness. read more