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Spring Is Finally Here To StayI Think
In 2023, the March equinox happens on March 20, at 5:24 P.M. EDT. This falls on a Monday and is the astronomical beginning of the spring season in the Northern Hemisphere and the autumn season in the Southern Hemisphere.
Looking back, Payton thinks his late start has something to do with why, after so much rejection, he is still here. "I realized young I was a late bloomer," he said. "Gains are going to come." When his younger brother, Julian, started going to the gym with Darrel Jordan, Payton was still staying home to play video games.
The second that he presses up on a ballhandler, Payton wants him to think one thing: "Help me." There is a certain satisfaction every time he forces someone to call for a teammate to bring the ball up and initiate the offense.
To Caruso, self-belief is an elite skill, too, especially in the G League. "There's always a bit of frustration," Caruso said, when you're that close to what you want. It takes "mental fortitude" to figure out who you are as a player, stay focused, stay committed, stay positive and just ... wait.
"I just got a sense that people were hung up with his inability to shoot," Karl said. "It bothered too many coaches, too many organizations. Like, 'What are we going to do with this guy who can't shoot He's just a liability.' So, yeah, I think it's just a lack of creativity, a lack of understanding where he'd fit in."
Payton stayed in the rotation for six weeks, started 17 games and felt like he'd shown that his game was where it needed to be. Then the Wizards traded for Shabazz Napier, assigned Payton to the G League's Capitol City Go-Go and removed him from the rotation. His season ended when he tested positive for COVID before the team left for the Orlando bubble.
After a long Michigan winter, sunshine is hopefully here to stay. For many Michiganders, spring means warmer weather, which translates to enjoying the outdoors again. Check out some of the spring-worthy activities you can look forward to in the next couple of months.
It's important to keep in mind that different regions think of spring differently. In the northern tier, highs in the 60s can be reminiscent of spring, as 60s are common average high temperatures in April for much of the Northeast, Midwest and portions of the West.
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Some of my friends at other schools tell me how for their spring breaks, they aren't allowed to stay on campus and have to go home. For whatever reason, Rochester does not enforce this rule. I am very happy for this too, since I wanted to stay on campus, and now I can. Many students leave for home or vacation, but I unfortunately did not get the opportunity this year. I learned my lesson, though, which is if you want to go somewhere like Florida or California for spring break, plan for it a lot earlier than one month in advance. Because otherwise the airplane companies raise the prices of flights so much that it doesn't even become worth it. Anyway, I also live in Rochester, so going home wouldn't really have been worth it. Besides, I do have a significant amount of friends staying on campus to hang out with. The gym stays open, and the dining halls are open at certain times. Basically, I might be stuck on campus, but it is easy to find ways to have fun every night when you have absolutely nothing to do on your agenda.
I grew up both a little frightened and excited by storms and tornadoes. My mamaw and great grandmother were both horrified of storms, probably an undiagnosed case of lilapsophobia or astraphobia. For me, the sound of the nuclear plant sirens being used as tornado sirens was the scariest. Anyway, I began to study and lear