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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Jordan Williams
It has been three years since Jordan Williams left Maryland to enter the NBA Draft. Take a look back here with an interview he gave to CSN's Chris Miller.
The lawyer for a man charged with killing his 2-year-old daughter by tossing her into a creek while still strapped into her car seat said Wednesday the real question for the jury is not whether he did it but whether he was thinking clearly that night.
Jordan Williams blocked a game-winning shot attempt with 6 seconds left as North Texas survived a late surge to slip past East Carolina 53-51 Saturday night.
Before the NBA draft began on Thursday, New Jersey Nets general manager Billy King wanted to make sure that his team got better from the perimeter, got better rebounding and got a little tougher.
When Maryland sophomore Jordan Williams left College Park in March, he had every intention of returning. But timing is everything.
Jordan Williams will remain in the NBA draft and not return to Maryland, a source familiar with the decision said Wednesday.
The lure of the NBA was a major part of Maryland forward Jordan Williams' decision to declare for the NBA Draft without signing with an agent.
Maryland forward Jordan Williams is entering the NBA Draft without signing with an agent.
Maryland's effort to make history at the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament is being driven by memories of a team that bucked similar odds to become unlikely champions.
Tyler Zeller scored 25 points while freshman Harrison Barnes had 21 to help No. 19 North Carolina beat Maryland 87-76 on Sunday night, pulling the Tar Heels into a tie with Duke atop the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Kyle Singler had 25 points and a season-high 10 rebounds, and No. 1 Duke beat Maryland 71-64 on Sunday night to extend its winning streak to 25.
Lavoy Allen hit a crucial three-point play and Temple escaped with a 64-61 victory over Maryland in Sunday's BB&T Classic, despite yielding a 15-point lead.
"This is Arthur Morgan," Williams told the jury.
She had refused to let him see Tierra the previous weekend because he was homeless and living in his car, Williams told the jury.