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University student studying Business Administration at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario. Love all Toronto sports teams and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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Also ramble about current sports topics on http://backandforthviolation.blogspot.ca/
Patrick, where are you? -- Haven't seen one of your insightful articles in a while.
Hey,Patrick you are doing a great job.I added you to my favorite writers.I hope you have more articles like your Jonny Flynn article and also you keep doing your thing with the Raptors.Have a nice day and enjoy the wonderful world of sports.All the best to you.
Hey,Patrick you are doing a great job.I added you to my favorite writers.I hope you have more articles like you Jonny Flynn article and also you keep doing your thin with the Raptors.Have a nice day and enjoy the wonderful world of sports.All the best to you.
Congrats on becoming a Featured Columnist man.
I'm actually from Washington D.C. area, not Washington state, so I only caught a few of his games. But I think he could become a solid starter for you guys eventually. He might have been drafted a bit too high, but I think he could be a good player for you guys.
First and foremost congrats on becoming a Featured Columnist! I am sure the transition has been exciting for you.
As for coverage teams I have participated on, I have done many due to my participation with the Bleacher Report Sportswriting Internship, as well as being a member of site's TNT (trends and traffic) team.
Depending on how many articles you write about a given sport, you could be invited to join a coverage team when a major event comes around. If you are interested in getting involved with events, as well as increasing your writing ability, I recommend checking out the internship (www.bleacherreport.com/wi)
I have passed your name along to the internship, so look for an email from them in the next few days. No pressure there, so don't worry if you don't have the time or it isn't in your interest.
If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to email me at email@example.com.
Have a good one!
Looks like Lowry was the answer.
Now that Nash is no longer an option -- whom do they pursue for a pg? Lin? Lowry? Are they willing to break the bank on any one of these guys? Some tough questions ahead.
Hey Patrick, I'm curious to know your thoughts on the Potential New York-Phoenix Sign and Trade for Nash. Personally, I would be cheesed as a fan should that happen.
How do you like the pick? I'm generally a fan of Ross.
Hey Patrick, thank you for the compliment. I have honestly wanted to write an article or two, but never have gotten around to it because of my job and time constraints. However, your latest article did give me some inspiration to write one.
Until then, keep the articles coming! They are good reads and you can always expect my 2 cents here or there haha!