The year before his first all-star apparence he finished with some crazy stats : ONLY 7.6 ppg and 1.4 apg BUT he led the league in 2 categories (Blocks = 3.5 & Rebounds = 13.0)
Source: Basketball Reference http://bkref.com/tiny/gfNP6
Most people don't really know a lot about Muggsy Bogues. Apart from being one of the leagues shortest ever players and the guy who starred in space jam he doesn't get remembered or spoken about a lot. However he was one of the best passers the game has seen. His assist to turnover ratio is particularly incredible as he was able to compensate for his lack of height with a tremendous basketball IQ.
As a point of reference for those unfamiliar... keep reading on reddit ➡
Employers: The federal government is giving people sooo much money they don't want to work.
NO. People didn't want to work you for you before COVID-19. You don't pay well, have bad management, and poor supervisors. Training is a joke. Good employees get fired. Workplace cliques(?) The HR departments need an HR department lol
Drama and gossip from supervisors. You bring up legitimate concerns to make work better and THEY DON'T CARE. Toxic environments.
Stop denying benefits and tighten up your workplace.
Let's talk about it.
Sidebar--**I have not been approved for unemployment ** **I am not working and not getting paid**
The current consensus, whatever that means in 2020, is that we need police to be less involved in a lot of the societal problems we currently delegate to them.
Instead, many activists argue that we should be giving a them to social workers. Which, is something I believe we should be looking at a lot more, but I don’t hear much about how. Here are some questions I have.
85% of them are women, which poses its own unique problem as well. How would a 135 unarmed woman handle a domestic dispute? Or a mentally ill man that’s got 50 pounds on her?
They make about 45K per year, average salary. Not much better then an EMT-B’s average and they also have a turnover rate that’s equally high as well.
How do you maintain a stable amount of employees when they’re already underfunded and underpaid without the picking up the clientele, for lack of a better word, the police were dealing with?
Godbless you unsheltered feline fucks. Twerk ethnic to the max.
Forreal though we do not madder and probably shouldn't celebrate multiple instances of sexual assault and creepiness too much. But God damn if it isn't vindicating.
Here are what the standings and playoffs would look like if every game of last season ended after the first turnover (INT or fumble). I did this by look at the box score and play by play of every game of last season on Pro Football Reference. In order to limit the number of ties (there were still a ton of ties) I created a rule
Rule: If a team turns it over during their first possession while the score is tied 0-0, that team is given a loss.
I also created a spreadsheet for every single team (Divisions are not in order of standings. The team placement is random) so if you're interested in looking at a score of a certain game here you go: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16n-MKmWgdzgZkN73nDnWzsBgvBGdlV2yAKWTIcjIwf8/edit#gid=0
NOTE: If a game on the spreadsheet says "L 1st TO vs " that means the team lost due to my rule above. If a game says "W __ TO" the team won because there o... keep reading on reddit ➡
Buckle in and grab a snack people, this might be longer than I intended.
It hit me the not long ago on my birthday that I've been in the industry in one form or another for 20 years. Twenty. From rookie driver at 21, to long haul, to regional, to mechanic and driver on the weekend, to dispatch and operations, and now settled into being a safety "manager". I say "manager" because lately myself and several acquaintances in the same position are all feeling a bit frustrated.
I genuinely like what I do. Trucking has been part of my family. My drivers are an extended part of that family. I've been to their kid's birthdays (even if it was so they'd have someone to shoot the shit with and drink beer), to weddings, and, unfortunately, my drivers' funerals.
We all have run into the complete jackass SM; the one who has it in their head that their word and interpretation is law. And believe me, nobody likes them either. They're a cancer on the industry. I was lucky enough to have been tr... keep reading on reddit ➡
I had some awesome tenants for 18 months that unfortunately are moving onto a larger place. Really wish we could keep them, but they have decided to move on. They did not tell us yet when their last day will be.
They told us today that they will be moving. Their lease ends the end of this month. This unit is a townhouse in the Maryland area 30 minutes from DC and generally desirable for commuters.
I am going to line up a carpet cleaner since they had dogs. I'm fairly handy so if there's something I need to fix I will do that. I've looked up checklists online to see what's commonly needed to be done.
This is the first time I've had turnover at my place and I'm a noob at this, so I was looking for some advice:
I just started this job as an RA and I can’t see myself doing this long term. There’s the obvious reasons which I’m sure many are aware of. I was just curious how often people leave/quit before the three month mark. I have had various retail jobs before coming here so I have other places to compare this to. I applied here because no one else was really hiring and they called me back right away. I would imagine the turnover for RA and NA is very high especially if they are external and don’t come from a fast food environment or another gas station.
I’ve been reading a lot of lyrics to get a better understanding and overall appreciation for the music I enjoy. One of these bands being turnover, I wanted similar sounding bands with similar lyrical ability, especially for some of the serious imagery and word play they present.
Just heard this listening to Dan and Jake on the Ticket and had to share since it seems like this defense has been missing it too much over the last decade. For reference, the Marinellj defense averaged 22nd in turnover produced over the last 5 years.
I became interested in shoegaze thanks to peripheral vision by turnover(fucking phenomenal album). I’d like to listen to more artists similar to turnover as I feel like that would help me get into the genre more, any recommendations would be appreciated.
I am in my first job out of residency, so I am really just trying to guage if my system is normal or not. I am part of a multi-hospital system in the US and work at one of their critical access hospitals. I have been there now 2 years, and I can count on one hand the number of admin people who were there when I started, and are still here. We have recently lost our hospital VP, our clinic administrator, clinic assistant x 2 (not sure her actual title but basically go-to paperwork lady, very important), not to mention an alarming turnover in leadership people that I dont directly work with but who influence our processes. The physician recruiter I worked with, the nursing director, I could go on and on. Some have moved to different positions or locations, some have left our system altogether. Is this normal?? It feels very unstable. This has been going on pre-covid but has now gotten worse. The MD/DOs have been stable save for a retirement but there is a bunch of mid level turnover.... keep reading on reddit ➡
Simply put since James Harden ran his mouth rightly or wrongly he has been playing like absolute pure shit. Maybe I'm being too harsh on him but this is some nasty stretch of basketball.
The Rockets are just 0.5 games ahead of OKC in the standings and for all the praise they got for their small lineup they have now lost to the Knicks and Hornets in the last week. What do you think is the future for this team? Just a bad stretch or are they really a contender?
Tatum continues his streak of dominance in a win over the Jazz tonight. | Box score
In February (not counting tonight), he's averaging 30.3/7.2/3.0/1.2s/1.3b with only 2.3 turnovers in 36.4 MPG.
His shooting splits are .500/.495/.778 with 9 3PA and 7.2 FTA per game.
Tatum's last 5 games:
39 PTS (11/23 FG, 5/10 3PT, 6/10 FT) - 9 REB - 1 AST 28 PTS (8/21 FG, 4/10 3PT, 8/8 FT) - 11 REB - 3 AST 41 PTS (12/20 FG, 4/7 3PT, 13/15 FT)- 5 REB - 2 AST 36 PTS (14/22 FG, 8/12 3PT, 0/0 FT) - 5 REB - 1 AST 33 PTS (13/20 FG, 3/5 3PT, 4/5 FT) - 11 REB - 3 AST
Within the last month, he's broken his career 3PM in a game twice with 7 and 8 made.
He is making the leap.
Is it a turnover on player 1 if he throws a very simple pass to player 2 but for some reason player 2 doesn’t catch it
I wonder how high the turnover rate is at this job? I see so many new dashers every week and never see “older” drivers.
Here is the situation. I moved to Europe with my girlfriend when she couldn't extend her visa, I've now settled in and have been living here for six months. I have a double degree and two years work experience and accepted this job in finance as it pays just well enough to get a visa and looked good. The other (great) financial analyst who was kind of my boss just left leaving me and the financial manager (also great) but who doesn't directly work on this branch. Now I've gone from 10-12 hour days to 12 and drowning as I'm the only financial analyst.
The branch turnover is CRAZY people literally start and then quit before the end of the month. No one stays because of broken systems and piss poor managers, it is objectively bad. To put it into perspective there are ~35 positions, currently 3 are open, and since I have arrived in (January) 15 of the positions are filled by people who started after me.
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Crazy stat I found earlier while just messing around in basketball-reference. I got to thinking - what plays create possessions for a team out of thin air? Offensive rebounds and steals.
After doing some digging, I found that there have only been 4 recorded games where if you added a players steals and offensive rebounds it would equal 20 or more:
|Date||Player||Team||Opponent||Offensive Rebounds||Steals||Possessions Added||Possessions Lost (TOV)||Net Possessions||Box Score|
|10-31-1997||Jayson Williams||New Jersey Nets||Indiana Pacers||17||3||+20||-3||+17||Box Score|
|3-4-1992||Dennis Rodman||Detroit Pistons||Indiana Pacers||18||2||+20||-2||+18||Box Score|
|3-14-1986||Charles Oakley||Chicago Bulls||Milwaukee Bucks||18||3||+21||-4||+17||[Box Score](https://www.basketball-reference.com/boxscores/19860|
Thanks reddit, from the feedback I received in my previous post I was able to take my drive from 200-250ft to 320+ ft. Now I need to figure out what disc I should be using for turnover shots. I throw RHBH and just picked up a leopard and valkyrie. Are these the discs I should be using for anhyzer and turnover shots? What are the best options?
It's an irregular shaped pond so it's tough to say how big it is. ive heard it can be turned over once every few hours for a big pond like mine
Ricky Rubio vs Jazz: 22 points, 6 rebounds, 11 assists, 7 steals, 1 turnover, +31. Mike Conley vs Suns: 8 points, 0 rebounds, 1 assist, 3 turnovers
Jazz changed Rubio for Conley this offseason deeming them as championship candidates, Suns signed Rubio in what was called "a terrible signing"
What does turnover mean, and why is the answer 3? Thanks!
Meanwhile, LeBron when defended by Giannis this season is 4-7 from the field for 10 points, and the Lakers are scoring 1.14 PPP when LeBron is defended by Giannis.
Why do they transfer managers around so much? We literally get a new manager every six months, and they just end up going to another city.
Just moved to the area and looking for a farm to visit with fresh eggs, apple turnovers, anything really! That would be worth a day trip.
What do you y'all use for keeping shift turnover logs?
Houses are being put on sale almost daily. And they are getting sold within a few days as well.
Considering a house there myself, but wondering why people are leaving.
I have all of my investments with Vanguard, mostly in mutual funds and ETFs, but a few individual stocks. I've been looking at Fidelity recently for no other reason than I like the more modern website and mobile app. When comparing similar products on both platforms, I noticed that the holdings turnover is always much higher with Fidelity:
Total Market VTSAX/FSKAX, 4% vs 11%
Total Bonds VBTLX/FTBFX, 31% vs 170%
Target Date 2050 VFIFX/FIPFX, 3% vs 77%
IT Sector VGT/FTEC, 5% vs 18%
Similar was true for several others I looked at. I also noticed that more often than not, both had similar charts but Vanguard tends to peak a bit higher and Fidelity tends to dip a bit lower.
Why the big difference in turnover? Based on the charts, it doesn't really seem to get better performance out of the fund.
I’m not saying it should weigh too heavily, and obviously there are a lot of factors when it comes to the amount of turnovers a player averages. However, I do think it’s fair to bring it up when comparing players that have a similar usage rate. A turnover can have a serious impact on a game, and I don’t really understand why hardly anybody ever mentions it when comparing the numbers of all-time greats. If there is an explanation for it not really being mentioned, Id be happy to hear it about it.
Edit: I’m well aware that usage rate is very important. I’m strictly speaking about players with comparable usage rates.
This business is in wholesale and has doubled the turnover in the last two years, we are ready to expand again but I've noticed a growing sense of people wanting to exit.
The business is wholely owned by us. We have a small debt <£100,000, stock of >£7mm and outstanding debt owed to us of <£5mm.
Things are going really well in the business but we need to make some major efficiencies and nobody has the drive to do it. This business is already a money making machine but could be completely overhauled by someone who knows what they are doing.
My question is how do we sell the business? How do we get people interested without advertising that the business is for sale? Not everyone is interested in selling but when they see the potential £mm payout I'm sure they will be convinced.
Happy Friday /r/acturnips Family! Jennjello and I are back with another Friday Night Turnip selling session! Took almost two hours to set everything up, but we're all ready and hoping you'll all come on down and get your profits in before Sunday!
This week in order to get the dodo code please tell us how you're decorating your basement (if you haven't gotten one yet what are you planning once you reach that last house tier). I'm turning mine into an arcade/gaming room, Jennjello was kind enough to take time last week to find some redditors that were taking in catalogs for all the arcade machines. Jennjello has a beautiful Movie Viewing room set up, really amazing all the thought she put into that room in her home.
A few rules, same as last time, that we'd appreciate you all would follow:
Please do not share the dodo code. I would like not to avoid remaking the room each time, so once you're done selling feel free to hop right back out through the airport so we can get the ne... keep reading on reddit ➡