The Washington Bullets’ $78.4 Million Betrayal of Juwan Howard

4 pages | 840 words

In 1996, Juwan Howard signed a seven-year contract with the Washington Bullets worth $78.4 million. The contract made him the highest-paid player in the NBA at that time. However, just two years into his contract, the team was dismantled and Howard was traded to Dallas. The trade came as a surprise to Howard and left him feeling betrayed by management. Howard was so upset by the trade that he decided to quit basketball altogether and pursue a career in rap music. Luckily for Howard, his rap career didn't last long and he eventually returned to the NBA.

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The Expectations for the Stone Crab Season in Florida

3 pages | 570 words

The stone crab season in Florida is expected to be good this year due to the good weather conditions and lack of hurricanes. This will be good news for fishermen and restaurant operators, who are expecting prices to be lower than last year. In addition, they are hoping that the quality of the crabs will be good and that they will be able to get a consistent supply throughout the season.