Syracuse adds 3-star Class of 2019 guard Brycen Goodine

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first_imgThree-star shooting guard Brycen Goodine committed to Syracuse on Wednesday night, he announced on Twitter.“I went to the school and just fell in love with it,” Goodine told the Daily Orange. “It was awesome. I could just tell that it’s a family up there and I wanted to be a part of it.”The Class of 2019 recruit chose the Orange after a short, heavy recruiting period this summer, Goodine said. He picked SU over Boston College, reportedly his only other offer. 247Sports.com reported that Goodine received interest from Connecticut, Florida and California, among others. The 6-foot-4, 170-pound guard from St. Andrews (Rhode Island) School is ranked the 30th shooting guard in the 2019 class and second-best player out of Massachusetts, per 247Sports. Goodine is the SU’s first commitment in Jim Boeheim’s 2019 class.Syracuse first saw Goodine at Nike EYBL Peach Jam, where he averaged 4.6 points per game on 25 percent shooting from the field. The Orange’s assistant coach Gerry McNamara attended every game the high school junior played in, Goodine said, but that he didn’t introduce himself until soon after in Florida.Former SU assistant Mike Hopkins had a good relationship with St. Andrews coach Mike Hart, but Hopkins departed Syracuse in March for Washington.“He’s done great (in recruiting),” Hart said of McNamara.Goodine was playing in the AAU Nationals and the AAU Super Showcase in Florida in July when he met McNamara.“He’s been everywhere,” Hart said, “but he just decided this was the place.”Hart described his player as a “sweet-shooting point guard.” He also said Goodine can score and pass. He played more off the ball at St. Andrews last year, but Hart plans to move him more onto the ball this season.“He’s very good defensively, too,” Hart said. “And he’s no maintenance. Not low maintenance, no maintenance.”Hart met Goodine when Goodine’s mother stopped Hart at a basketball game between Rhode Island and Brown. Then, after talking for a short time, Goodine enrolled at St. Andrews.If no current Syracuse player leaves for the draft, Goodine will join Tyus Battle and Elijah Hughes as the team’s shooting guards. Comments Published on September 13, 2017 at 9:47 pm Contact Sam: sjfortie@syr.edu | @Sam4TRcenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more


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first_imgShare Related Articles StumbleUpon Share Submit Andrey Astapov, ETERNA LAW: Ukraine faces critical choices as gambling finish line nears August 21, 2020 Duma approves overhaul of Russian sports betting laws  July 23, 2020 Uzbekistan opens consultation for launch of national lottery July 20, 2020 Ilya Machavariani – Dentons CISMarket developments in the CIS region have shot to the forefront of the industry’s agenda, as an intense July saw Ukraine approve its Gambling Law mandate, the Russian Duma announce an overhaul of sports betting laws and taxes, whilst Uzbekistan forms a counsel for the development of a national lottery.  At the coalface of rapid developments,  Ilya Machavariani, Head of Russia and CIS Gambling and Gaming Practices for international law firm Dentons, tells SBC that stakeholders must acknowledge and understand intricate cultural and geopolitical dynamics which shape how legislations are formed and adopted.___________________SBC: Ilya thanks for this interview. Leading Dentons Eastern European practice group you have been a very busy man under lockdown. Why has this been a period of  ‘movement and disruption’ for the CIS region with regards to adopting new gambling legislations? Ilya Machavariani (Head of Dentons CIS ): I believe that existing movements in this region is a part of the bigger process of governments of jurisdictions around the world finally realising that it is impossible to combat offshore gambling and the only way forward is to regulate it.Zooming into CIS, I also believe that it was a matter of time until the regulations here will catch up with incredibly talented and proficient gambling practitioners originating from this part of Europe. It was imminent that all this expertise will finally leak out to high cabinets.To add to that, I also think that current international attention to these markets is partly a result of an existing knowledge gap between international betting and gaming community and ex-USSR territories. Honestly speaking, sometimes I have a feeling that amount of non-CIS betting professionals’ knowledge about more conventional markets surpasses their understanding of markets over here to the great extent. There are perfectly legitimate reasons for that: a language barrier, cultural, business, and political differences requiring anyone entering this territory to adjust to them, unclear regulations (sometimes) and general otherness of these markets.SBC: The CIS is formed of many young nations, redeveloping their commercial structures and identities. How is this dynamic going to shape how betting laws are adapted and interpreted? IM: I would not say that CIS nations could be qualified as “young” anymore. Decades passed since the fall of communism and these decades were really eventful and each nation pursued its own way during these years.Consequently, each nation came up with and preserved its own approach to the betting laws. Some prefer to use neighbour’s legislation as a template for its very own laws (for instance, curios researcher might see that Kazakhstan’s betting legislation is relatively close to a Russian one), some are looking for their unique way (e.g. Russia, Belarus, and Georgia, which have created legislation aimed at attracting foreign investments), some decide to look at well-known jurisdictions and mix foreign approach with local trends and ideas (e.g. Ukraine, Uzbekistan).SBC: Observing the Ukraine which is governed by a novice first-time government. Can it really, therefore, fulfil a full-scale gambling agenda by the end 2020? IM: I am always cautious about timelines when it comes to Ukraine as I do not want to create additional heat around the topic that is already really hot – my main desire is to keep everyone informed with the most accurate information possible in the circumstances; nevertheless I believe that if Ukrainian Gambling Commission (that is still yet to be formed as of July 2020) would accept first applications this year, it would be simultaneously encouraging and a bit surprising.If this scenario presents itself then Ukrainian government deserves an “A” for its efforts to go all the way through from complete gambling ban to the regulated market in less than two years.SBC: Are CIS states, therefore, conflicted in whether to adopt an open market framework or subsequently choose a monopoly structure for their gambling laws? IM: I would not say that there is a conflict or even any dispute in terms of this choice. As the reasoning behind adoption of gambling legislation is usually revolves around the governments’ attempts to increase revenues, it is counterproductive (to say the least) to create a regulated, but monopolised betting market.Of course, it may be argued that this approach allows the government to keep the industry on a short lead, but, in my opinion, such method is really blunt and simple; it is also might show lack of initiative from the government’s side, which is always discouraging.To add to that, as mentioned earlier, this territory is a homeland for lots and lots brilliant specialists who are eager to familiarize governments with a modern state of the industry, latest trends and best approaches that could be used to establish an open, competitive and fair market (provided that such brilliant specialists do not feel that they would be able to control this monopoly).SBC: Criticism has been lobbied at CIS states for not following western protocols in adopting gambling legislation… Is this a fair narrative? IM: This is a fair narrative indeed. But the reasons for this narrative might be surprising for you as this approach of CIS states has nothing to do with a possible biased point of view of the ex-Soviet governments on the western models.I told you before about my feeling that there is a knowledge gap between the international community and post-soviet markets, but this is not the only existing gap of such sort. Sometimes, when governments in the CIS are starting to legalise gambling or modify outdated legislation, they are not actively seeking help or assistance from the industry. It is really unusual for CIS states to conduct official consultations or engage outside specialists that could bring valuable expertise to the table.On the contrary, Ukraine and Russia are going a different way here as Ukrainian authorities have engaged a vast network of lawyers and gambling executives in order for them to assist in the preparation of the gambling law; in the meantime, Russian government has formed a separate expert group that has representation from each and every level of the Russian market – operators, regulator (and other involved state bodies), self-regulated organisations (their purpose is to oversee operators), lawyers (such as myself) and payments organisations.On reflection, latest changes to the Russian laws were not reviewed by this expert group and were adopted without any consultations with the market – in other words, mechanism of involvement of experts still requires some modifications (but I hope that Russia is getting somewhere).Despite Ukrainian and Russian efforts, the usual outcome of government’s passive approach is that preparation of the gambling legislation falls down on the shoulders of people who might be not familiar with gambling industry at all; therefore it is really hard to criticize them for not knowing latest Maltese or UK or European developments.SBC: So finally, following months of Lockdown, how do you see CIS developments playing out – what timelines and developments should industry stakeholders anticipate? IM: Well, I do not want to chart CIS states as all of them are important for me and I really care for each country’s movement towards modern gambling market, but if we would focus on the legislative developments in this region, I would say that you need to keep a weather eye out for further developments and market opening in Ukraine (late 2020 – early 2021), first steps towards betting legalisation in Uzbekistan (late 2020 – mid-2021; this market might compete with Ukraine if the course of legalisation stays the same), and unexpected changes in Russia (literally anytime when the State Duma is not in recess)._____________________ Ilya Machavariani – Dentons – Head of Russia and CIS Gambling and Gaming Practiceslast_img read more


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first_imgAfter a long summer of acquisitions and speculation as to how they’ll pan out, Doc Rivers and the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday night will open the 2015-16 season with a road game against DeMarcus Cousins and the Sacramento Kings (on Prime Ticket).It’s time to see if the many moves Rivers made as head coach and president of basketball operations will bear fruit.“I’m looking forward to the season,” he said this week at practice. “I want to see what we have. Everybody’s better.”The Clippers added, among others, Lance Stephenson, Paul Pierce, Josh Smith and Wesley Johnson. Rivers noted how the San Antonio Spurs added LaMarcus Aldridge and David West and how Ty Lawson is now with Houston. “But it still doesn’t equate that you’re better yet, until you get on the floor — for us, for San Antonio, for whoever made the changes,” Rivers said. “Houston, you know, getting Ty Lawson, that’s a huge get.• BONSIGNORE: Best Clippers roster will require best from Doc Rivers“But even though you add all that talent, it still doesn’t mean you’re better. You have to get into the season and find that out.”Point guard Chris Paul, who is entering his 11th season and fifth with the Clippers, would like that process to be as quick as possible. That was evident when he was asked what was different about the opening of this particular season.“New faces, a lot of new faces,” he said. “So, obviously, everyone’s still getting used to each other. But we don’t have time to work our way into the season. I always say it’s good to figure things out and win at the same time. “For us, we’ve gotta come out full speed ahead and be ready to go.”Sixth-man Jamal Crawford echoes that sentiment.“That would be nice, yeah,” he said. “If you can learn lessons in wins, I think that’s always better than learning in losses. It would be nice to get off to a fast start, but it won’t be the end of the world if we don’t.“But I anticipate us doing that.”• HEISLER: Happily, they’re still the ClippersOne of the questions Rivers has been asked time and again is, who will start at small forward? Since Stephenson started there the final two exhibition games, it figures he’ll be the guy.“Yeah, most likely, but I’m not sure,” Rivers said Monday.It could still be Pierce or Johnson, though if it’s not Stephenson, it will likely be Pierce. To Rivers, it matters little. He even gave an unsolicited lecture to a reporter who had the temerity to ask him about it yet again.“Again, I think you guys are far more focused on who starts than me, I’ll put it like that,” he said. “To me, it’s not a big deal. It’s who finishes. I think, if I could change all you guys for one thing, I’d get you to focus on who finishes the game. That’s the most important part of the game, all right?”One thing’s certain, these guys are amped up about what could be a history-making season for the franchise, which has never been past the conference semifinals.“I’m excited,” Paul said. “I think we’re one of the few teams that control our own destiny and I say that because talent-wise we have it. Now we’ve just gotta put it all together and make sure everybody buys in.“Like I told Blake (Griffin) and DJ (DeAndre Jordan), I think the biggest key for our team this year is going to be unselfishness. We’re all going to have to give up ourselves to the team in order to get what we want.”center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more