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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Joe Connelly
He was 16 years old, traveling alone, with no friends or family waiting for him in a country where he didn't speak the language. He arrived at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Nov. 4, 2004 at 7 a.m., reciting the exact date and time as though it were yesterday.
NBA free agent Roger Mason Jr. spent a lot of time this offseason wearing a suit and sitting in meeting rooms. As vice president of the NBA players trade association, soon to become the players union again, Mason helped craft the deal for a new Collective Bargaining Agreement between the NBA players and owners that ended the 149-day lockout.
"I'm probably one of the only people the lockout has benefitted," Connelly said.
Now that the NBA players will report for training camp soon, things will slow down a bit, but Connelly admits he's glad his clients have a job.