November 2008


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Patrick Demarchlier at Le Petit Palais — the curators in paris are stepping up their game. Pay Attention Abu Dhabi !!

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Jeff Koons — Versailles

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bulldozer-487Our pants are falling off —

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Sandstorms brooding in the distance & and rain underneath her feet.

 

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There is more than an early season win by a nothing team, there is more than a rookie starting his first game after being undrafted. There is the beacon that work opens up the lane, that there are shots to take. There are truths like Don Nelson — (who has been a favorite coach of ours for a long long time, even when he wanted to use Patrick Ewing as the point guard) whose success has been only based on taking outlandish chances. Who Knows where Murrows will be in the next few season, but for now it has all been worth it; he lit it up. 

 

“Today was just one of those things. I mean, you don’t shoot 15-for-20. Sometimes, I don’t even shoot 15-for-20 in drills, man.”

Morrow was at home on draft night and watched the proceedings on TV. But he didn’t get discouraged when his name didn’t come up.

“It was kind of a weird situation because I kind of knew I probably wouldn’t get drafted. But I never really lost faith in myself or faith in what I’ve been doing,” Morrow said. “I knew I put in the work. I just wanted to refine my entire game in the summer league, and it’s working out pretty well for me right now.”

 

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“This was one of the most exciting things that I can remember in a long, long time,” Nelson said. “I’ve been in the league 30 years, and I’ve never seen a performance like that from a guy that got his first opportunity to start and play consistent minutes.

“He had the game of a lifetime, and I hope there’s a lot more like that in him,” Nelson added. “He’s improved so much in the two months of training camp that we just finally decided to make the move and start playing the kid and bring him along. He got his opportunity today, and I’m so proud of him and so happy for him.”

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