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  • Delaware 87ers Forward Norvel Pelle (15) drives towards the basket as Erie BayHawks Center Solomon Jones (44) defends in the course of the second half of a NBA D-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers (76ers) and the Erie BayHawks (Knicks) Friday, March. 28, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL
  • Keynote Speaker Former President Bill Clinton addresses the audience at Senator Coons Third annual Opportunity Africa conference Monday, Mar 10, 2014 at Chase Center on the Riverfront in Wilmington Delaware
  • File Photo: Delaware 87ers Guard Vander Blue (14) is fouled by Maine Red Claws Forward Chris Wright (33) as Blue drives towards the basket in the first half of an NBA D-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers (76ers) and the Maine Red Claws (Boston Celtics) Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center, Newark, DE
  • Bob Carpenter Center's George Watson applies new tape to the court floor in preparation for the upcoming high school basketball playoffs Friday, Feb. 28, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL

DID YOU KNOW? In high school and women's college games, it is 19' 9" from the line to the center of the hoop.  In men's college games, it is 20' 9".  In professional leagues, it varies but goes as high as 23' 9".
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NBA D-LEAGUE: 87ers Players Appearances with The Gentlemen’s Clubs at William Penn High School


Delaware 87ers Forward Rodney Williams, Thanasis Antetokounmpo and Guard BJ Young spend part of their afternoon answering questions with The boys group The Gentlemen’s Club Monday, March. 31, 2014 at William Penn High school in New Castle DEL.

We thank The Delaware 87ers organization and players Delaware 87ers Forward Rodney Williams, Thanasis Antetokounmpo and Guard BJ Young for taking time out on your day off to come and speak to the young men of The Gentlemen’s Club.

Filmed and Edited By Saquan Stimpson

http://www.monsterphotoiso.com

Delaware 87ers:

http://www.sevens.com

NBA D-LEAGUE BASKETBALL 2014 – MAR 28 Erie BayHawks defeats Delaware 87ers 158-122


NEWARK, DE.—March 28, 2014—The Delaware 87ers (12-35) faced off against the Erie BayHawks (15-31) for the final match-up of the season. The Sevens were unable to hold off the BayHawks and fell 158-122.

Josh Akognon scored a season high 32 points and grabbed four rebounds. BJ Young contributed 20 points and three rebounds.

Norvel Pelle ignited a 16-2 run with a huge slam with 5:30 remaining in the first quarter. The Sevens led 35-32 after the first. Pelle finished the game with 16 points and three rebounds.

The BayHawks pulled away in the second quarter and went into the locker room leading 71-58 at the half. The Sevens were unable to regain the lead.

Justin Brownlee led the Erie in scoring with 30 points and grabbed 12 rebounds. Eight BayHawks scored in double figures.

The 87ers return to action tomorrow, Saturday, March 29, when they travel to take on the Erie BayHawks. The game tips off at 7:00 p.m. E.T.

 

Delaware 87ers Forward Norvel Pelle (15) drives towards the basket as Erie BayHawks Center Solomon Jones (44) defends in the course of the second half of a NBA D-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers (76ers) and the Erie BayHawks (Knicks) Friday, March. 28, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL

Delaware 87ers Forward Norvel Pelle (15) drives towards the basket as Erie BayHawks Center Solomon Jones (44) defends in the course of the second half of a NBA D-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers (76ers) and the Erie BayHawks (Knicks) Friday, March. 28, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL

Erie BayHawks Forward Justin Brownlee (32) drives towards the basket in the course of the second half of a NBA D-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers (76ers) and the Erie BayHawks (Knicks) Friday, March. 28, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL

Erie BayHawks Forward Justin Brownlee (32) drives towards the basket in the course of the second half of a NBA D-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers (76ers) and the Erie BayHawks (Knicks) Friday, March. 28, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL

Erie BayHawks Forward Micah Downs (19) drives towards the basket in the course of the second half of a NBA D-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers (76ers) and the Erie BayHawks (Knicks) Friday, March. 28, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL

Erie BayHawks Forward Micah Downs (19) drives towards the basket in the course of the second half of a NBA D-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers (76ers) and the Erie BayHawks (Knicks) Friday, March. 28, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL

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Active Shooter Workshop (Newark, Delaware)


Adam Ringle Consulting provides a vast array of services, offering complete solutions in many areas of Emergency Response and preparedness including site assessments, implementation, management and equipment maintenance programs.

We offer custom training programs for dealing with an active shooter and other workplace violence situations. We offer customized onsite training and certification in CPR, First-Aid, Emergency Medical Responder and use of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs).

Adam Ringle founded Adam Ringle Consulting in 2004. His team is comprised of long-time colleagues that Adam had the pleasure of working side by side with in many other ventures.

For more information please visit the website at

http://www.adamringleconsulting.com

Produced By Saquan Stimpson

http://www.monsterphotoiso.com

Former President Bill Clinton visits Wilmington Delaware


Keynote Speaker Former President Bill Clinton addresses the audience at Senator Coons Third annual Opportunity Africa conference Monday, Mar 10, 2014 at Chase Center on the Riverfront in Wilmington Delaware

Keynote Speaker Former President Bill Clinton addresses the audience at Senator Coons Third annual Opportunity Africa conference Monday, Mar 10, 2014 at Chase Center on the Riverfront in Wilmington Delaware

NBA D-LEAGUE BASKETBALL 2014 – March 8 The Delaware 87ers Trade Vander Blue & Kyrylo Fesenko


NEWARK, DEL. – March 7, 2014, The Delaware 87ers are involved in a four team trade with the Idaho Stampede, Santa Cruz Warriors and Canton Charge.

In exchange for Kyrylo Fesenko and Reno’s own original second round pick, the Sevens will receive Canton’s own original second round pick. Fesenko (7-1, 280) appeared in 16 games averaging seven points, five rebounds and 18 minutes with the Sevens.

In exchange for trading Vander Blue (6-5, 197) to the Idaho Stampede, the Sevens will receive the LA D-Fenders own original second round pick.

Blue also appeared in 16 games with the 87ers where he averaged 19 points, four assists and five rebounds in 34 minutes per game.

The current Sevens roster can be found at the team’s official web site, www.Sevens.com

File Photo: Delaware 87ers Center Kyrylo Fesenko (34) drives in the first half of an NBA D-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers (76ers) and the Austin Toros (Spurs) Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center, Newark, DE

File Photo: Delaware 87ers Center Kyrylo Fesenko (34) drives in the first half of an NBA D-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers (76ers) and the Austin Toros (Spurs) Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center, Newark, DE

File Photo: Delaware 87ers Guard Vander Blue (14) is fouled by Maine Red Claws Forward Chris Wright (33) as Blue drives towards the basket in the first half of an NBA D-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers (76ers) and the Maine Red Claws (Boston Celtics) Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center, Newark, DE

File Photo: Delaware 87ers Guard Vander Blue (14) is fouled by Maine Red Claws Forward Chris Wright (33) as Blue drives towards the basket in the first half of an NBA D-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers (76ers) and the Maine Red Claws (Boston Celtics) Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center, Newark, DE

Erie BayHawks Lewis Jackson (12) drives towards the basket as Delaware 87ers Center Kyrylo Fesenko (34) defends in the second half of a NBA D-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers (76ers) and the Erie BayHawks (Knicks) Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center, Newark, DE

File Photo: Erie BayHawks Lewis Jackson (12) drives towards the basket as Delaware 87ers Center Kyrylo Fesenko (34) defends in the second half of a NBA D-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers (76ers) and the Erie BayHawks (Knicks) Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center, Newark, DE

Delaware 87ers Guard Vander Blue (14) drives towards the basket as Sioux Falls Skyforce Guard A.J. Davis (23) defends in the second half of a NBA D-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers (76ers) and the Sioux Falls Skyforce (Miami Heat) Friday, Feb. 28, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL

File Photo: Delaware 87ers Guard Vander Blue (14) drives towards the basket as Sioux Falls Skyforce Guard A.J. Davis (23) defends in the second half of a NBA D-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers (76ers) and the Sioux Falls Skyforce (Miami Heat) Friday, Feb. 28, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL

NBA D-LEAGUE BASKETBALL 2014 – MAR 6 DELAWARE 87ERS TRADE BO SPENCER TO RIO GRANDE VALLEY VIPERS


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File Photo: Delaware 87ers Guard Bo Spencer (21) seen in the first half of a NBA D-league regular season basketball game between the Delaware 87ers (76ers) and the Texas Legends (Dallas Mavericks) Friday, Feb. 21, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL.

The Delaware 87ers have traded guard Bo Spender to the Rio Grande Vipers in exchange for rookie guard B.J. Young. If you are upset. It’s understood. But it’s the nature of the business.

Acquired by the 87ers via trade from the Canton Charge on January 27, the 6-1 guard out of Nebraska appeared in 15 games with the 87ers averaging 14 points, four assist, and five rebounds in 27 minutes most notably Spencer scored 43 points back on February 22, 2014 in a win over the Erie Bayhawks.

Young (6-4, 188) played collegiately the University of Arkansas, where he averaged 16 points and four rebounds over two seasons. In his 21 appearances with the Vipers this season, Young averaged six points in seven minutes per game.

The current Sevens roster can be found at the team’s official web site, www.Sevens.com.

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Next Generation North Grant Presentation


Next Gen North presented a record $24,550 in grants in 2014 to organizations supporting STEM education in Delaware. Since its inception in 2004, Next Gen North has raised more than $300,000 to support various charitable causes. This year’s grants went to:

Delaware Adolescent Program, Inc. – $2,000
First State Robotics, Inc. – $6,500
Latin American Community Center – $10,000
Serviam Girls Academy – $6,050

Next Gen North is currently focused on supporting programs that promote Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics education.

Applications for 2015 grants will be available in September 2014.

http://www.delcf.org/NextGenNorth.html
https://www.facebook.com/NextGenDE

Twitter:@NextGenDE

Filmed and Edited By: Saquan Stimpson

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From NBA regulation to high school regulation.


Bob Carpenter Center's George Watson applies new tape to the court floor in preparation for the upcoming high school basketball playoffs Friday, Feb. 28, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL DID YOU KNOW? In high school and women's college games, it is 19' 9" from the line to the center of the hoop.  In men's college games, it is 20' 9".  In professional leagues, it varies but goes as high as 23' 9".

Bob Carpenter Center’s George Watson applies new tape to the court floor in preparation for the upcoming high school basketball playoffs Friday, Feb. 28, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL.

Bob Carpenter Center's George Watson applies new tape to the court floor in preparation for the upcoming high school basketball playoff Friday, Feb. 28, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL

Bob Carpenter Center’s George Watson applies new tape to the court floor in preparation for the upcoming high school basketball playoff Friday, Feb. 28, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL.

Bob Carpenter Center's George Watson applies new tape to the court floor in preparation for the upcoming high school basketball playoff Friday, Feb. 28, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL

Bob Carpenter Center’s George Watson applies new tape to the court floor in preparation for the upcoming high school basketball playoff Friday, Feb. 28, 2014 at The Bob Carpenter Sports Convocation Center in Newark, DEL.

 

DID YOU KNOW? In high school and women’s college games, it is 19′ 9″ from the line to the center of the hoop. In men’s college games, it is 20′ 9″. In professional leagues, it varies but goes as high as 23′ 9″.

Basketball courts come in different shapes and sizes and colors. In the NBA, the court is 94 feet by 50 ft (28.65m by 15.24m). Under International Basketball Federation (FIBA) rules, the court is minutely smaller, measuring exactly 28 m by 15 m (91’10.4″ by 49’2.6″). A high school court is slightly smaller, at 84′ by 50′ and some elementary schools have courts measuring 74′ x 42′. In amateur basketball, court sizes vary widely. The baskets are always 10′ (3.05m) above the floor (except possibly in youth competition). Basketball courts have a three-point arc at both baskets. A basket made from behind this arc is worth three points; a basket made from within this line, or with a player’s foot touching the line is worth two points. The free-throw line, where one stands while taking a foul shot, is located within the three-point arc.

Three-point line

The three-point line is the line that separates the two-point area from the three-point area; any shot converted beyond this line counts as three points. If the shooting player steps on the line, it is counted as two points only. Any foul made in the act of shooting beyond the three-point line would give the player three free throws if the shot doesn’t go in, and one if it does.

The distance to the three-point line from the center of the basket varies depending on the level or league, and has changed several times. These are the current distances, with the league or level using each distance:

19.75 ft (6.01 m): High School

20.75 ft (6.32 m): NCAA

21.65 ft (6.60 m) to 22.15 ft (6.75 m): WNBA and FIBA

25 ft (7.62 m) to 23.75 ft (7.24 m): NBA

 

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