No chance they are getting through that. Now lets look at the East. The Cavs don’t need the best record to make the Finals. L’un des objectifs de l’autod en politique est d’ la confiance, l’ et le statut privil du politicien en soci pour le rendre plus accessible, plus humain, aux yeux de la population. Dans le cas pr je crois que tout a bien jou surtout en ce qui concerne le chef du parti qui l’on reproche souvent d’avoir l’air trop intellectuel. Cet humour casse un peu la glace qui nous tient distance de Jean Fran Lis.
Utah (5 3) and Toronto (4 3) appear to be equally matched in terms of basketball talent, but the Raptors are a much tougher matchup for announcers, media members and anybody else who wants to say and spell players’ names correctly.Even though Utah’s roster is a mouthful because of a diverse group of players and coaches with names like Igor Kokoskov and Ekpe Udoh, the Jazz are a phonetic breeze compared to the Raptors.Seven members of Utah’s team and one building (VIV ent) have pronunciations listed in the media notes.Toronto’s pregame press sheet includes 10 guys on its pronunciation guide from OG Anunoby (it’s pronounced Oh Gee) to Delon Wright (wright rhymes with write). Bad jokes aside, those two players (it’s Ann uh no bee and Deh LON) are joined on the tricky to say list by Bruno Caboclo (cuh BO clo), Serge Ibaka (Surge ee BAK ah), Rex Kalamian (kah LAY mee an), Jama Mahlalela (Jah MAH MAH la lay lah), Lucas Nogueira (no GARE uh), Jakob Poeltl (Yah cub PUHR tuhl), Pascal Siakam (Pass CAL See AHK am) and Jonas Valanciunas (YO nahs vah lahn CHEW nahs).Asked about the challenges his United Nations friendly team presents when it comes to pronunciation, Toronto coach Dwane Casey (Dwane is spelled and pronounced without a y, FYI) admitted it took a while for some of the interesting names.”Valancunias, it took me two or three years to get that one down pat,” the coach said, grinning while seemingly saying the Lithuanian’s name correctly. Miles is a no brainer to say.It might take longer to perform anthems from all of the nations involved than to actually play the game if they opted to do that in this international affair.
That would be Elba, of course, and Kate Winslet, here playing travelers trying to get to Denver from Boise in time to beat an oncoming snowstorm. Ben (Elba), a handsome doctor, needs to get to Baltimore in time to perform a lifesaving operation. Alex (Winslet), a freewheeling photojournalist, simply must get to her wedding.