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Last summer, we ran a post on SheridanHoops.com detailing which players received the biggest raises in salary from the previous year. The list was made up of three types of players.
A. Players who received maximum salary deals as their second contracts, such as DeMarcus Cousins.
B. Former first-round picks who received sizable contract extensions, although not necessarily max deals, such as Larry Sanders.
C. Second-round picks who had been making near league minimum and signed new deals, such as Lance Stephenson.
The latter category has some candidates this year as well. Among them are forwards Draymond Green of Golden State, Jae Crowder of Boston and Khris Middleton of Milwaukee.
We've already explained how Middleton's improvement over the last two years and the stratospheric leap made by the Bucks from the worst team in the league to a playoff team could land the restricted free agent a contract averaging eight figures.
But given that Middleton doesn't turn 24 until August, appears to have a ways to go before reaching his ceiling and the huge increase in the salary cap coming in 2016, is it possible that he receives a maximum contract offer this summer, either from the Bucks or another team?
And can the Bucks - who have a dicey new arena issue on their hands - go the max on Middleton, with extensions due down the road for Giannis Antetokounmpo, Michael Carter-Williams and Jabari Parker?
Chris Bernucca of SheridanHoops.com answered those questions and others about an important offseason for the Bucks with Greg Matzek of WTMJ-AM in Milwaukee.
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Today's guests are Cnadyce Estave and Travis Middleton
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6 pm EST-Power Over Tomorrow with Tyrone S. Mitchell.
Tune in as our Resident Financial Advisor Tyrone discusses, Mortgages & Their Affect On The Economy & Your Finances. Listen in to hear about, Fixed-Rates, Adjustable-Rates, Second and Balloon Payments.
7:15- Melissa Holmes of Love Shouldn't Hurt
Love Shouldn't Hurt is a Domestic Violence Awareness and Support Group. LSH is comprised of victims, survivors and supporters. After surviving two abusive relationships, Melissa Holmes started LSH as a secret group on the social networking site Facebook. Melissa was looking for an arena to vent, post and provide support for people who have also suffered abuse. LSH started with about 30 members and now has well over 1000 members worldwide.
8:15 Clarence Middleton-Black Bike Week
Atlantic Beach is American's only Black Owned Beach! In 1980 when black motorcyclist were not welcome at Myrtle Beach's white only Harley Davidson Rally and Atlantic beach was under attack by other surrounding cities: A Motorcycle Club named the Carolina Knight Rider created the Atlantic Beach Bike Fest for two purposes:
1). To Economically Empower Atlantic Beach
2). To Give Black Bikers a Place where they can be welcomed despite the Segregated Harley Rally "which was in its 40th year"
Now the Media only portrays the negative side of the event. the Local media "and sometimes national media" literally hunt for any negative narrative they can find to portray the even as negative, but the Event focus's around supporting a Black Owned Beach with many Black owned business that depend on the revenue the event brings in yearly. and The Event has been one of the key factors keeping Atlantic Beach from being Incorporated by its Surrounding White Cities.
Our first guest will be amateur fighter Jessica Middleton. Jessica is set to face Kelsey Wisinski in a Muay Thai bout on May 2nd. We will get her thoughts and predictions on the fight, future plans and more.
Next will be Shannon Sinn. Shannon is just days away from facing Maureen Riordon in Invicta. We will get her thoughts on the bout and on fighting someone she has trained with and future plans as well.
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Viki Winterton interviews Dr. Pam Middleton!
Pam Middleton is a medical doctor specializing in integrative pediatrics. Her pediatric patients refer to her as “Dr. Pam.” She has been practicing medicine since 1995.
Several years ago, Dr. Pam was introduced to alternative medicine by a brilliant naturopathic physician, who then became her mentor. This began paradigm shifts that lead her to integrate her traditional medical training with alternative therapies so that she could provide patients with “the best of both worlds.”
Dr. Pam received her medical degree from Wayne State University in Detroit, MI and completed a pediatric residency at Children’s Hospital of Michigan in Detroit.
She received a Diploma in Clinical Homeopathy from the CEDH, certification in Practical Applied Nutrition from the School of Nutritional Science, certification as a GAPS™ Practitioner and has attended numerous seminars for alternative medical therapies and procedures.
Join Pastor Andre Thompson on Thursday, March 12, 2015 @ 5:00 p.m., with special guest Pastor Shawn Middleton. Come and listen to these two great Men Of God in the live broadcast of The Importance Of Taking a Stand For Righteousness. We are looking forward to tune in tomorrow's broadcast.
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Niki Middleton might appear to be a beautiful face just by glancing at her, but she is every so much more. Radio show host on Phresh FM, Canadian film and TV actress, singer, and model - just to cite a few. She is down to earth, she is hard working and most of all - she takes such passion and ownership of every life role she tackles. Join us today as we talk about her career, her future and life in Canada as an entertainer.
Diversity and Equity Program Manager, Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA)
Ken Middleton is the Diversity and Equity Program Manager at the Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA) where he is responsible for the daily administration and implementation of the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), Title VI and Americans with Disability Act compliance programs. He has been employed with the JTA for 13 years. Prior to his current position, Ken worked within JTA's Para-transit office for five 5 years.
Ken currently serves on the Executive Committee for the Florida Unified Certification Program (FUCP) and the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) Historically Underutilized Business Advisory Council for the past seven years. He is a two term Mayoral Appointee to the Jacksonville Human Rights Commission dedicated to eliminating prejudice and the practice of discrimination.
My name is Joshua Middleton and I was diagnosed HIV positive on June 5, 2012. I had survived death twice already from Necrotizing Fasciitis and Septic shock while being hospitalized over 30 + times in a two year period. I was diagnosed when I was already in a very stressful moment of my life. I was in a relationship with a girl in Tijuana Mexico that I thought would eventually end in the perfect white picket fence life, including marriage and a baby. I was wrong… She cheated on me twice while we were attempting to have a baby together. Not knowing how to deal with the relationship breakup I started to seek out love in all the wrong places including having multiple one night stands unprotected and even visiting brothels in Northern Tijuana in an effort to want to feel what it was like to have a woman's touch again. I had put myself in many high risk situations, I wasn't sure if my ex had used protection, and we had both gotten tattoos just month prior. I got tested as I normally did out of routine after getting symptoms of pink eye. I expected a negative result as I always had received but this time it was not so good news , I came out positive. I was forced to make the decision of where my life would go from there on out. After being inspired by several HIV activist who have now become good friends, I was determined to not let this virus defeat me. I started on treatment a week after being diagnosed and decided to take the optimistic route to this virus. I became an HIV activist, letting everyone know about my story, assuring people this is certainly not just a gay mans disease. I am more than a virus and have big dreams/goals for my life that this virus will not stop me from accomplishing. This is my story a California boy who does not fall into the average "stigmatized statistic" that people think of when it comes to HIV however this is my life, I am HIV + and there is no shame in me knowing my status.ory. An average Southern
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