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The Impeachment Ballot, the NBA’s Powerball, and the ‘F**k You, Shaquille’ Ballot

The NBA is preparing to vote for a new commissioner this summer, and with that comes the possibility of a massive powerball jackpot.

As of now, there’s no indication that any of the league’s top owners are ready to pull the trigger, but one owner is apparently going to take advantage of this.

As it turns out, the owners who have made it clear that they’re not going to put the franchise on the line for a cash payout are the New Orleans Pelicans and Los Angeles Clippers.

The two teams have been linked in the past, with both teams reportedly leaning toward voting in favor of a new coach in the wake of the death of head coach Alvin Gentry in the first week of June.

While the New York Knicks have been a part of the Powerball lottery in the last three years, they haven’t taken the lead yet, and they’re the only team to make the ballot for the next time it rolls around.

That’s despite being the only one of the teams to make it past the first round in 2018.

The New Orleans and Los Vegas teams will vote for the commissioner at the end of June, while the Boston Celtics will have to wait until the end-of-June to vote.

This means that if you’re a Boston Celtics fan, the chances of you voting for either team is slim to none.

The odds are about 70% that you’re voting for the Celtics.

The Boston Celtics and Los Lakers are the only teams that will be on the ballot in 2018 for the $1.2 billion Powerball jackpots.

The NBA Commissioner is set to vote on whether or not to allow teams to take a payout in the next five years, and he’ll likely have an impact on whether the NBA goes forward with its proposed new powerball system.

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If you’re in need of a ticket for a game in your city, the NFL is offering tickets to fans in the 2018 season starting at just $2.99.

The 2018 NBA season kicks off on April 14, and you can check out the full schedule of games right here.