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This Durable Luggage Is Made of 100% Carbon Fiber

first_imgIf you’re searching for a gift for a business person on the go, the Porsche Design Carbon Briefbag MHZ Durable Luggage makes a great choice. The shoulder strap is detachable, making it highly versatile and stylish. It’s designed with a combination of carbon fiber, leather, and polyester for extreme durability. These materials have lightweight properties and provide a minimalist design that exudes sophistication. As a result, it’s perfect for storing delicate items, such as a laptop. In fact, it comes with a separate laptop compartment for safe storage. There’s also a black slip pocket for convenience. The luggage’s leather and glossy black metal is the standout feature of this product. Although its appearance is its standout feature, it’s great for practical purposes, too. – Advertisement –last_img read more

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Syracuse basketball opponent preview: What to know about N.C. State

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ How Syracuse beats N.C. State: By not focusing too much on Barber. Yes, N.C. State is extremely reliant on the junior point guard, but the Orange could get burned if it overextends in his direction. If the top of the zone is keying on Barber too much, Rowan and twins Caleb and Cody Martin are all capable of beating SU from deep. It also could open up the corners, a spot the Wolfpack has favored against the Syracuse zone in recent seasons. It could also create a rebounding issue if guards and wings aren’t back to help out, because Abu and N.C. State center Beejay Anya have made the Wolfpack the 16th-best offensive rebounding team in the country (based on Kenpom’s offensive rebounding percentage). As always, the Orange will have to shoot well to win. But N.C. State’s only way to win is by lighting up the scoreboard, and letting players aside from Barber get open and heat up is an easy way to let it do just that.Statistic to know: Teams are shooting 37.2 percent from 3 against the Wolfpack this season, ranking it 303rd among 351 Division I teams in perimeter defense. If there was ever a game for Syracuse to snap out of a team-wide shooting slump, it’s this one.Player to watch: Rowan is the player most likely to benefit from the two other things the Orange zone has to worry about: Barber and controlling Abu and Anya on the offensive glass. He’s shooting an average 33.2 percent from 3 this season, but has scored 20 points in two of N.C. State’s last four games. He also scored three and eight points, respectively, in the other two contests, and has proven time and again this season that he is prone to get very cold. The opportunities will be there against SU, and how many he cashes in on will have a big influence on the game. Comments Frankie Prijatel | Staff Photographer Published on February 25, 2016 at 9:46 pm Contact Jesse: jcdoug01@syr.edu | @dougherty_jesse North Carolina State visits Syracuse for a 2 p.m. game on Saturday, nearly one year after the Orange’s season ended unceremoniously at PNC Arena in Raleigh.This time around, the Wolfpack (14-14, 4-11 Atlantic Coast) is all but eliminated from NCAA Tournament contention while Syracuse (18-10, 8-7) needs a win to preserve a reeling postseason resume. To heighten the “drama” of the game, it will feature the ACC’s best scorer in Anthony “Cat” Barber (23.1 points per game) and its fifth-best scorer in Michael Gbinije (17 points per game).Here’s what you need to know about N.C. State heading into the matchup.All-time series: 5-3 in favor of Syracuse.Last time they played: On March 7, 2015, the Orange had self-imposed a postseason ban a month earlier and had one more game left in a forgettable season. N.C. State — which would later upset top-seeded Villanova in the NCAA Tournament to reach the Sweet 16 located in Syracuse — beat the Orange 71-57. Trevor Lacey and Ralston Turner, neither of whom are on this year’s team, each scored 19 points to lead the Wolfpack. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe N.C. State report: It’s been a really weird season for N.C. State. The Wolfpack started 0-5 in ACC play and haven’t really recovered from that, but its four conference wins are all rather impressive. The first was a 17-point road win over Pittsburgh, then a 16-point home win over then-No. 15 Miami, then a 99-88 slugfest win over Wake Forest and, lastly, a three-point win over Clemson on Feb. 20. What this shows is that N.C. State can show up and compete on any given night, and has an offense capable of shouldering a defense that yields 73.2 points per game and ranks 13th out of 15 ACC teams. After Barber, freshman shooter Maverick Rowan is the team’s next highest scorer with 12.8 points per game. Abdul-Malik Abu is the Wolfpack’s inside presence, averaging 12.6 points and 8.6 rebounds per game — and his 13.6 offensive rebounding percentage ranks fourth in the conference, according to Kenpom.com. Those three have been the most consistent players in what has been a tight seven-man rotation.last_img read more

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Wrongly Convicted Leonard Cure to be Released from Florida Prison

first_imgFORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – A man serving a life sentence for a 2003 armed robbery and armed aggravated assault in Dania Beach should be freed while his case is reviewed further, according to the Broward State Attorney’s Office. The prosecutor who convicted him is having serious doubts about eye witness testimony and the lack of any evidence connection Cure to the robbery.Leonard Cure, 50, was found guilty of robbery with a firearm and aggravated assault with a firearm by a Broward jury. Because he was classified as a habitual felony offender, he was sentenced to life in state prison on Nov. 3, 2004.But the Broward State Attorney’s Office is recommending that he should be released immediately “while prosecutors complete a more extensive reexamination of his case.”“This is the right thing to do,” added Broward State Attorney Mike Satz.Cure is expected to be released from the Sumter Correctional Institution in Bushnell next Tuesday.He was convicted of stealing $1,700 in cash from two employees of a Walgreen’s store in Dania Beach on Nov. 10, 2003 (Case Number: 03-019405CF10A).A memo written by Berger reads in part:“The issues we find most troublesome are those surrounding how Cure became a suspect in the first place. Seemingly, a man who had no connection to a Walgreen’s robbery became the main suspect after someone reviewed photos of well-dressed/neat-appearing African-American males. That was it, there was no physical evidence, no witnesses who knew him, nothing but an alleged search in the questionable ‘TRAP’ Program. The case became questionable at the very onset. If the identification was bad, then everything that comes after is bad as well.“The original prosecutor also saw the weaknesses in this case. Once one of the two victims had a difficult time identifying Cure in the lineup and after the first jury came back hung, he offered a below guidelines sentence of 7 years. Cure has now served significantly more time than that, over 16 years. After the hung jury, he continued to maintain his innocence. A second jury convicted him and he was then sentenced by the Judge [Fred Berman] to life in prison.“After considering all the facts and circumstances of this case, it is our conclusion that it is in the best interest of justice to release Cure as soon as possible. We would like to modify his sentence and give time served for his 16 years plus in Florida State Prison. This will allow for the defendant to be released after serving a significant amount of time while we can thoroughly review his case for a potential exoneration.”Click here to read the order modifying Cure’s sentence.Broward County Judge Circuit Judge John J. Murphy III signed the order to release Cure from prison.“I am beyond excited. I have so many thanks for the State Attorney’s Office and the Innocence Project of Florida for paving the way for my freedom. I’m looking forward to spending time with my family for the first time in 16 years,” Cure said to the Innocence Project of Florida upon finding out about his release from prison.last_img read more

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