Codere Chairman pursues final options to save the company

first_img StumbleUpon Martin Lycka – Regulatory high temperatures cancel industry’s ‘silly season’ August 11, 2020 Submit Codere SA is pursuing emergency financing options having failed to convince investors to back its business recovery plans, according to Spanish business news source La Razon. The embattled Bolsa Madrid gambling group has failed to secure a further €100m credit line to keep it’s Spanish and LaTam retail business units afloat during lockdown.On the edge of bankruptcy, Codere is currently maintaining its business through a €130 million credit facility which is set to run out by the end of July trading.Dire prospects see Codere face higher % interest charges on its €800 million corporate debt, having postponed April repayments in order to secure new financing options.   Meanwhile, financial advisor Bank of America has failed to renegotiate debt maturity terms with Codere’s US bondholders Silver Point and Abrams Capital.Bolsa Madrid eyes have turned to Codere Chairman Norman Sorensen’s next actions to raise immediate capital.In a race against time, Codere could secure a further debt payment amnesty with a view to selling its individual South American business units (Argentina, Mexico and Uruguay).However, a LaTam sale option would be undertaken under unfavourable terms, following currency collapses recorded across its entire South American portfolio.Further options reported by La Razon include that Codere has engaged in ‘several discussions’ with US private funds Pimco and Carlyle Group, seeking to take over the firm’s debt holdings. Share Andrea Vota – Jdigital’s challenge of Spanish restrictions is led by logic and rationale August 13, 2020 Related Articles Winamax maintains Granada CF sponsorship despite bleak Spanish outlook August 19, 2020 Sharelast_img read more

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DONEGAL LEAGUE: ALL THE REPORTS, RESULTS AND FIXTURES

first_imgOld Orchard Saturday DivisionFintown Harps AFC 2 Glencar Celtic 2In windy conditions at Pairc Achla Fintown played their 1st game of the new league season against Glencar Celtic. In the 1st half Glencar started off well with an early goal. They took control of the game but they were unable to get pass the Fintown defence again. Fintown were awarded a free in the 35th minute. John Molloy made no mistake, shooting direct to the net. Again Glencar scored early into the 2nd half but their lead was short lived as Fintown’s Brian Delany equalised. Good team performances by both sides. Referee: Michael McFaddenMulroy Celtic 5 Strand Rovers 0Mulroy were convincing winners on the opening day of the season at a blustery tri a loch. Mulroy opened the scoring in the second minute with a lovely free kick from debutant Shaun Callaghan. The second wasn’t long in following with Johnny Nanny finishing well from a tight angle after a fine ball from Mc Garvey. Strand came out a different team in the second half and pushed hard to get back into the game but Mc Grory and Friel were magnificent in the centre of Mulroy’s defence. Shaun Mc Garvey then capped a fine debut with a thunderous strike from the edge of the area. Second half substitute Michael Sweeney then got the 4th with a poachers finish before Johnny Nanny put the icing on the cake with a fine finish from a flowing team move. Hard to pick a best player for Mulroy with all the attacking threat but special praise to Paul Mc Fadden who worked tirelessly in Mulroy’s engine room on what was a great day for all Mulroy’s new signings. Referee : Brian O’ Kane Drumbar F.C. 0 Orchard F.C. 6Drumbar suffered a heavy home defeat against Orchard on the first day of the league. Orchard’s experience proved too much for Drumbar who made too many individual errors. Drumbar also spurned four one on one chances in a game where they needed to take any chance that came their way. Final score 0-6. Orchard’s Niall Bonner stood out overall with a Man of the Match performance.Glencar Inn Saturday Reserve DivisionCurragh Athletic Reserves 1 Erne Wanderers Reserves 1In perfect playing conditions it was the Curragh who started strongest. They made the breakthrough on 23 minutes when Michael Kearney won the ball and beat the Erne centre half and laid a perfect pass to the feet of the in-rushing Cromie who coolly slotted past the visiting keeper. This stirred the visitors who conjured a flurry of good attacks but some fine goalkeeping from Jason Woods preserved the Curragh’s lead until the interval. The Ernesiders came out pumped up for the 2nd half but couldn’t seem to break through the Curragh back line with Froggie ruling the roost. It seemed a mistake would be their only way through. The mistake which duly came, Mark Browne getting caught in possession by Erne’s Luke Toland who went one on one with Woods and got the Ballyshannon team back in the game on 61 minutes. Shea Hannigan did manage to find the Erne net only to be ruled offside. Erne also had a penalty claim dismissed. A fair result in the end with both teams gaining a share of the points. Best for Curragh: Jason Woods. Best for Erne: Luke Toland.Drumoghill F.C. Reserves 4 St. Catherines Reserves 0Drumoghill got their league campaign off to a flying start with a fine won over a youthful St. Catherines’ side . Drumoghill’s first goal arrived on the half hour mark when Andrew Peoples latched onto a John O’ Kane pass. Peoples was again involved in goal number two, this time he turned provider with a lovely pass in behind the Catherine’s defence which Mark Gibson latched onto and made no mistake. Catherine’s to their credit never gave in and it wasn’t till the seventieth minute that Drumoghill made the game safe and it was Mark Gibson who fired home his second of the day after Emmet Haughey sent him through Ethan Mc Cready rounded off the scoring with a fine strike after he beat two defenders to fire home .Glenea United Reserves 5 Milford United Reserves 1Glenea Reserves got their league programme underway with a hard earned victory over Milford. In a tight 1st half, not helped by the wintery conditions, both sides found it difficult to create chances until Milford opened the scoring on 30 minutes when Conor Meakin fired them ahead. In the 2nd half the home side started well and equalised after 50 minutes when Shane Coll’s corner was headed back across goal and Sean Mc Cafferty was on hand to stab the ball home from close range. Glenea took the lead on 60 minutes when Padraig Mc Gee converted a penalty after Ciaran Mc Geady had been fouled in the area. Milford came more into the game and pushed hard for an equaliser but failed to convert a couple of chances that came their way. Glenea extended their lead on 80 minutes when Aodhan Ferry flicked on a free-kick and Ciaran Mc Geady headed home from close in. Glenea completed their tally with two late goals. Ciaran Mc Geady got his 2nd of the game when he was put through by Martin Maguire, Mc Geady slid the ball past the keeper. In the final minute Aodhan Ferry broke down the right and his cross was turned in by Paul Coll. Best for Glenea were Martin Maguire, Shane Coll and Ciaran Mc Geady, while it was a team effort from Milford. Referee: Keith Ferry Cappry Rovers Reserves 0 Keadue Rovers Reserves 2Keadue started this game very well and pressed the youthful home side. Keadue forced Liam O’Meara into a few good saves. In the 35th minute Adam Neeley gave O’Meara no chance with a stunning strike from 25 yards which ended up in the top corner. The visitors tried hard to get a 2nd before half time but it did not arrive. Cappry started the second half well and pressed looking to get level but the Keadue defence held firm and we’re always a danger on the break. Kyle Lafferty thought he’d got the home team back level with a fine strike from 25 yards but saw his effort well saved by the Keadue keeper. In the 72nd min Keadue made it 2-0 when Chris Greene got a free header from a corner. The home team tried hard to get a goal but couldn’t find way through the Keadue defence. Two team performances. Referee: Liam Mc LaughlinCastlefin Celtic Reserves 4 Donegal Town Reserves 3Castlefin got their season of to a winning start against Donegal Town in an entertaining game at Parkview. Castlefin took the lead after 2 minutes, a Matthew O’Rourke cross found Conor Dalton who tapped home at the back post. Castlefin doubled their lead on 18 minutes, Simon Mc Menamin’s kick out found Conor Dalton who finished into the roof of the net. Donegal Town pulled one back a minute later, a cross from the right found Adam Enright who finished into the bottom corner from 6 yards. Castlefin started the second half the brighter and on 52 minutes Marcus Curran found Matthew O’Rourke who beat the Donegal keeper from the edge of the box. Donegal pulled one back a minute later when a mix-up in the Castlefin defence saw Gary Ward take advantage and finish at the back post. Donegal found the equaliser on 67th minutes when Aaron Gallagher tapped in at the front post. Castlefin took the lead again a minute later James Mc Menamin’s cross found Marcus Curran who headed home at the back post. Donegal pressed hard for an equaliser but the Castlefin defence stood firm to claim all three points.DONEGAL LEAGUE: ALL THE REPORTS, RESULTS AND FIXTURES was last modified: September 13th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal Leaguelast_img read more

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Most consecutive games played in NHL history — Top 10

first_imgPatrick Marleau is set to become just the sixth player in NHL history to play 800 consecutive games Tuesday when the Sharks play the Chicago Blackhawks. Here are the top 10 longest games-played streaks in league history. Numbers listed are for before Tuesday’s games.Rank    Name           Position    Streak     Start date       End date  1. Doug Jarvis            C               964        10/08/1975    10/10/19872. Garry Unger           C              914         02/24/1968    12/21/19793. …last_img

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Win tickets to the Confederations Cup!

first_img15 April 2009Get out your phone and stand to win tickets to the Confederations Cup for yourself and three friends: SMS ‘FLAG’ to 41929 (R2 per SMS) or go to mobile website www.flythesouthafricanflag.mobi to enter.The competition is part of “Fly the Flag for Football”, a national campaign to build public support and excitement leading up to the 2009 Fifa Confederations Cup and 2010 World Cup.The 2010 National Communication Partnership, a partnership of organisations involved in communicating about the soccer mega-events being hosted by South Africa, aims to distribute over 47-million South African flags through various campaigns by the time the World Cup kicks off in June 2010.“Our national Flag is a powerful symbol of unity and pride, and we would like to play our part by encouraging South Africans to proudly fly the flag as the eyes of the world are upon us,” Margaret Dingalo of the International Marketing Council of South Africa said ahead of the launch of the campaign last week.“The 2009 Fifa Confederations Cup is starting in less than 100 days, and excitement is building,” Dingalo said. “We need to help drive enthusiasm and patriotism, garnering support among South Africans for Bafana Bafana and the event as a whole.”Colourful face-painted figures wearing South African flag t-shirts and makarapas, the football fan hat that is unique to South Africa, handed out free flags at tollgates, garages and airports across the country over the Easter long weekend.For South African football great Mark Fish, the campaign’s official spokesman, the Confederations Cup and World Cup are about more than football, representing “the opportunity of a lifetime, for South Africa and Africa as a whole.“Let us raise our flags in unity, joining together to make the 2009 Fifa Confederations Cup and 2010 Fifa World Cup joyful, unforgettable events,” Fish said. “Fly your flag and show the world the warmth and spirit of South Africa.”Members of the 2010 National Communication Partnership include the International Marketing Council of SA, South African Tourism, the 2010 Fifa World Cup Local Organising Committee, the Department of Arts and Culture, South African Airways, Proudly South African, and several other private sector and civil society groups.SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

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How can delayed weaning benefit your operation?

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest At what age do you wean your lambs? This is a question that I have asked producers many times. I have heard ages ranging from 35 to 130 days of age with the most common answer being 60 days of age. This is the most common weaning age for producers in the eastern United States. When I ask producers why they wean their lambs at 60 days of age or younger, most respond with “that’s the way we have always done it here on the farm, so why change now?”From a researcher’s perspective, this is not a valid answer. Weaning before the natural weaning age (between 100 to180 days of age depending upon sheep breed) is stressful. Weaning stress can lead to decreases in animal performance as demonstrated by decreased weight gain. Weaning stress can also result in decreased animal health as shown by decreases in immune system function that can lead to an increased susceptibility to disease and infection. However, if we were to let nature run its course and allow for animals to wean naturally, could we increase animal health and performance?Considering the nutritional components of milk (fat and protein) as well as the stress associated with weaning, if producers increased the weaning age of lambs, would this allow operations to capitalize on lamb growth and health? In order to determine if delayed weaning benefits lamb health and performance, the authors below conducted two experiments.Data measurements collected in both experiments included body weight (BW), average daily gain (ADG) to monitor lamb performance. Packed cell volume (PCV), Fecal Egg Counts (FEC), and FAMACHA eye scores were collected to monitor lamb health. Packed cell volume is a measurement that determines the amount of circulating red blood cells in the body, which can be used to assess the level of anemia (blood loss). Fecal egg counts were used to quantify the number of parasite eggs being shed per gram of feces. FAMACHA eye scores were also used to assess circulating blood levels by viewing the mucosal membrane of the inner eyelid, a quick and easy way for producers to monitor their flock on-farm for Haemonchus contortus.In experiment 1, lambs were placed into one of two weaning treatments; Pasture Control (PC): lambs weaned at 60 days of age and placed on pasture and Ewe (E): lambs placed on pasture with ewe and weaned at approximately 123 days of age. Grazing paddocks were primarily composed of tall fescue and known to be infected with parasites (Haemonchus contortus – parasite of interest). In addition, lambs in experiment 1 were provided one of two mineral sources, loose mineral verses block mineral supplementation. At the end of the grazing phase, all lambs remained in their treatment groups and were fed to a targeted finishing weight (~120 lbs.) during the feedlot phase.For lamb performance, lambs that were weaned at 123 days of age (E) had a greater final BW and greater total ADG. From a health standpoint, E lambs had a higher PCV value at the end of the grazing portion of the trial when compared to PC lambs. Farm records also indicated that 41.7% of PC lambs required anthelmintic treatment as a result of parasitic infection whereas 0% of E lambs required anthelmintic treatment. In addition, when looking at the effects of mineral type, lambs consuming loose mineral had a greater overall ADG while on pasture when compared to those lambs consuming block mineral.During the finishing phase, E lambs had a greater average BW entering the feedlot, spent fewer days in the feedlot, and had a greater overall ADG when compared to PC lambs. However, PC lambs had a greater gain:feed ratio and greater total dry matter intake (DMI) while in the feedlot when compared to E lambs.In experiment 2, lambs were placed into one of four weaning treatments; Pasture Control (PC): lambs weaned at 60 days of age. Ewe (E): lambs weaned at approximately 116 days of age. Social Facilitator (SF): lambs weaned at 60 days of age and placed on pasture with non-lactating, non-related ewes. Feedlot Control (FC): lambs weaned at 60 days of age and placed in a research feedlot facility. Lambs in the pasture treatment groups (E, SF, and PC) were housed on the same pastures as described in experiment 1. All lambs in experiment 2 were provided with the same loose mineral due to the results found in experiment 1. At the end of the grazing phase, all lambs remained in their treatment groups and were fed to a targeted finishing weight (~117 lbs.) during the feedlot phase.From a performance standpoint, E lambs had the greatest final body weight while FC lambs had a greater final BW when compared to PC lambs at the end of the grazing phase. FC lambs also had the greatest final ADG at the end of the grazing phase. Due to the change in diet, FC lambs had the lowest BW for the first 28 days of the grazing phase. As for lamb health, E and FC lambs had a smaller change in PCV values from day 28 to the end of the grazing phase. As calculated in experiment 1, farm records showed that a total of 5, 50, and 55% of FC, PC, and SF lambs received anthelmintic treatment during the grazing phase whereas 0% of E lambs received anthelmintic treatment.During the finishing phase, FC lambs spent the greatest number of days in the feedlot, had the greatest total weight gain, and lowest DMI per day when compared to all other treatment groups. Additionally, E lambs spent the fewest number of days in the feedlot, had the lowest total weight gain, and had a the highest DMI day when compared to all other treatment groups during the finishing phase.Delayed weaning in both experiments proved to be beneficial. For those producers that face challenges with parasitic infection and are interested in raising grass-fed lamb, delayed weaning may be a cost effective alternative as delayed weaned lambs had greater gains and did not require any treatment for internal parasites. In addition, while mineral supplementation is important for basic biological functions, experiment 1 showed that lambs that were offered a loose mineral had a greater overall ADG when compared to those lambs that were consuming block mineral. Upon entering the feedlot, delayed weaned lambs spent fewer days on feed and were marketed at the same age as those lambs that entered the feedlot at 60 days of age. Therefore, for those producers that are interested in utilizing more pasture, decreasing the use of anthelmintics, and decreasing the amount of grain require to finish lambs, delayed weaning may be a viable option.last_img read more

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How to Get the Eichler Look Without the Energy Pricetag

first_imgOne problem is thermal bridgingAs Armando Cobo points out, many architectural styles have included beams that extend out from the house this way. One problem is thermal bridging, which is a path for thermal loss due to the lower R-value of wood versus cavity insulation, such as cellulose or polyurethane foam.Cobo has several suggestions: First, stop the beams or timber trusses at the outside edge of the wall, install rigid foam insulation over the sheathing and then install faux beams on the outside. “It’ll help you with the thermal bridging at the beams, it solves the moisture intrusion and you will have a better insulated wall overall,” he writes.“A second option if you don’t want to use exterior foam board could be to stop the beam or timber truss 2 in. from the outside edge of the wall, cut out 2 in. rigid foam to fit, then finish your wall and install the faux beams outside,” he adds.Yet a third option would be to add a foam band around the soffits and trim with cladding, then install the faux beams on the outside of the house.“As you can see,” he says, “the object is to break the continuous beam to avoid thermal bridging and moisture intrusion.” Our expert’s opinionHere’s how GBA technical director Peter Yost sees it:The Eichler designs take me back to Hawaii, where I lived as a kid in the early ’60s. So add Hawaii to the list of San Diego and Bali. But it is downright sad to push any design out of its climate context. Low-pitched roofs, tons of shaded glass, and massive through beams and rafters need to stay put in the mildest of climates. Could you make this design work in another climate? Of course, but unwieldy would be a euphemism.If we climate-tune our mechanical systems, material selections, and details, why not our overall designs? We have enough boulders to push uphill without adding this one to the list. Thermal Bridging Significance of Thermal Bridging?Are Architects the Problem? Building Plans for the Thermal Bypass Checklist The real issue is ‘painful’ designTo GBA senior editor Martin Holladay, the real issue is that architectural schools are traditionally weak on building science, resulting in “these types of painful designs.”“Beauty is an idiosyncratic concept,” Holladay writes. “But to me, homes with major thermal bridges are aesthetically disturbing. Looking at them hurts.”He’s not the only one who laments form-over-function thinking resulting in architectural styles that win rave reviews but perform poorly.“Ahh, the things we do for beauty,” adds Gustafson, “the picture in the post is the 6-in. heel of the architectural world. The beams would not seem to be the biggest source of heat loss by a long stretch. The contortions needed to eliminate them (and keep the look) would seem unwieldy.”Brooks finds the architecture attractive, but agrees there’s a certain amount of hype in architectural schools and in media that cover architecture, including Fine Homebuilding magazine. “This type of ‘fashion’ is certainly not-so-energy-efficient,” he says, “and not what I would recommend unless I lived in San Diego or Bali.”James Morgan adds this footnote: “My practice has been faced with attempting to upgrade the thermal performance of a number of these Eichler-style relics from the days of cheap oil. And yes, the thermal bridge is typically the least of one’s worries: the over-glazing and the frequent absence of ANY roof insulation other than the 2-in. thick T&G roof deck are far more consequential.“The design esthetic stems from the common misapprehension that the best way to integrate interior and exterior spaces is to separate them only by a thin glass curtain wall,” he adds. “It’s past time to get beyond such naiveté and thoughtlessness.” In Dallas, Texas, Marc Kleinmann is working on plans for a house which the owner wants to look like the the iconic designs by California developer Joseph Eichler: lots of glass, a low-sloped roof, and roof beams that penetrate the exterior walls to support a broad roof overhang.That style was all well and good back in the 1950s and ‘60s, but with our keener interest in energy efficiency, Kleinmann wonders in this Q&A post at GreenBuildingAdvisor whether it really makes much sense.center_img CONSTRUCTION DETAILS Is the added weight a problem?Kleinmann, as it turns out, had been thinking of breaking the beams at the exterior walls but was concerned that with a 3-ft. overhang, the solid 16-in. beam tails would be too much weight for the roof.Cobo suggests installing a couple of nailers between the rafters, gluing the beams to the soffit and toeing the beam-ends into the nailers. If the beams are especially heavy, he suggests drilling up through the middle and bolting them to the nailers with a nut and washer on top. He might want to plug the bottom of the beams to improve their appearance: “a lot of work, but if that’s what your client wants…”John Brooks offers a a link to details of Eichler designs and says the beauty of the houses is in the way materials were used in a “judicious way.“I think it would be a ‘faux pas’ to strap on faux beams,” Brooks says.Keith Gustafson agrees, but for a different reason. With beams spaced up to 96 in. apart, it should be possible to come up with a detail that minimizes thermal bridging. More important, he says, “I can think of structural reasons why the continuous beam is superior, especially with big overhangs.” “Don’t know yet if those are going to be structural or not,” he writes of the protruding beams, “but either way I have can see some issues with several large 16-in. beams continuing from interior to exterior.”He adds that while the beam detail could be designed so they did not actually penetrate the wall, “I can see lots of headaches with that method, too.”It’s an interesting problem, and it leads to the larger question of aesthetics over practicality in modern architecture: Is the California Modernist style merely a “relic” of the age of cheap oil? That’s the focus of this week’s Q&A Spotlight. RELATED ARTICLES last_img read more

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Video Essay: The Significance of the Shot-React-Shot Sequence

first_imgIn this video tutorial, find out why the Kuleshov effect just might be one of the most important aspects of successful filmmaking.In this video essay from No Film School, we get to explore why the Kuleshov effect can make or break your story. Or, to be more specific, your edit. The idea is simple; try to stay with me here — your shot must logically follow another shot. So, if one character is staring at something, show the audience what they’re staring at.Okay, I hope I didn’t lose you there. The reason why two shots juxtaposed like this is important is because understanding how an audience reads text is the very basis of filmmaking. What are they thinking while they’re looking at your images?The effect was named after Lev Kuleshov after he performed an experiment on how people react to certain types of editing. In the experiment, he showed a man staring down with a blank face, then he would cut to different items and people. Depending on what specifically he would cut to, the audience would have a different reaction. So even though the man’s facial expression wouldn’t change, the feeling would change simply because of what appeared immediately after.An important part of this experiment to consider is how filmmakers decide to tell stories. We have total control over how the audience is feeling, and this shot-react-shot style of storytelling is perhaps our greatest asset. (It’s also quite fascinating to know how the mind works in relation to images.) Image association is the heart of filmmaking, and this experiment is proof of that.Image via No Film School.You can apply this logic to many different areas of your film. For example, if two characters are locked in an embrace, a good way to add even more emotion or reaction to the scene is to show somebody else watching them. This gives your audience more information about the scene, amplifying their overall reaction. This is just a brief way to keep your audience engaged and interested in the story. When you’re drafting up your shot list or writing the screenplay, think of how the audience will see these scenes play out. Consider the reactions and emotions you want them to feel, and make sure you get those shots later.Here are a few ways you can play with your edit by using different types of cuts: Cover image via Universal Pictures.Looking for more articles on the film industry? Check these out.Industry Trends: The Most Popular Gear Rentals of 2018Going Full-Time vs. Working Freelance: Which Is Best for You?Stop Telling People to Shoot Their Film on an iPhoneIndustry Insights: The Ins and Outs of Real Estate Video ProductionFour Reasons You Should Be Renting Your Gear Out on ShareGrid,Cover image via Universal Pictures.Looking for more articles on the film industry? Check these out.Industry Trends: The Most Popular Gear Rentals of 2018Going Full-Time vs. Working Freelance: Which Is Best for You?Stop Telling People to Shoot Their Film on an iPhoneIndustry Insights: The Ins and Outs of Real Estate Video ProductionFour Reasons You Should Be Renting Your Gear Out on ShareGridlast_img read more

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Danny Ainge Rajon Rondo is Major Part of the

The Boston Herald talked to Danny Ainge on Monday and once again he was asked if the Celtics were at all interested in trading Rajon Rondo. Clearly, Ainge is getting a little annoyed by the question that has been asked repeatedly since Rondo tore his ACL.“I haven’t talked to any teams about Rajon Rondo,” Ainge, the Celtics’ president of basketball operations, said.He has, however, fielded a number of calls wanting to know if the rumors are true.“It’s frustrating,” Ainge said.He reiterated that Rondo, still rehabbing from ACL surgery, is a major part of the Celtics’ plans going forward.Rondo has been involved in trade rumors for nearly three years now, which leads many to believe Ainge is shopping. Upon Rondo’s return, Boston will not be a better team. Rondo is perfect for trading right now. He has concerned the Celtics by being both an All-Star and a player of questionable growth for years.He’s a phenomenal point guard who doesn’t get along well with others, clashes with his coaches, struggles shooting, and can make the most amazing plays at both ends.If other teams are calling for Rondo, Ainge is listening. It may be he’s not being completely upfront on this one. read more

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