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The Washington Wizards are very “grateful” to be included within the NBA’s return, as GM Tommy Sheppard instructed the native media, together with, throughout a zoom convention name. Sheppard mentioned that the group has “nothing to lose” with regard to the remaining video games left within the season and their pursuit of creating the playoffs.

“We’re making an attempt to handle expectations…however what are we there to do? We’re there to win video games…with the chance to (win video games) and make the playoffs, that’s all we will ask for,” Sheppard mentioned.

The GM mentioned that he considers this a “stress state of affairs,” which is one thing he likes to see gamers in to correctly consider them. With solely eight video games within the common season (and with the Wizards needing to make up 1.5 video games within the win column to pressure a play-in recreation), the franchise ought to get to see its gamers in these forms of conditions.

Who Will Journey With the Wizards to Orlando?

All groups are restricted to bringing 35 individuals to Orlando and Sheppard touched on who will journey to Florida.

“We haven’t zeroed in on the ultimate checklist,” Sheppard mentioned whereas including that he’ll go to Orlando and he expects about 15 individuals cut up between the medical workers and training workers.

Sheppard added that exterior of Davis Bertans, he hasn’t obtained any indication that different gamers will bow out. NBA gamers should not required to attend and Sheppard cautioned that he didn’t “need to look too far forward” in regard to any participant not attending.

Sheppard says he hasn’t obtained any indication that any participant (apart from Davis Bertans) will not head to Orlando to play for the Wizards, although he left the door open.

“I do not need to look too far forward on any participant,” including that with Bradley Beal, the group might be cautious.

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That’s Jeff Saut, chief investment strategist at Capital Wealth Planning, delivering a bullish take on the market that caught CNBC’s Joe Kernan off guard on Monday morning.

“Y’all live in New York City. Go to the restaurants,” Saut continued. “Restaurants are full. Restaurants in St. Petersburg are full. The economy is doing a lot better than most of the economists think.”

With earnings poised to surprise to the upside and the economy rebounding faster than expected, he said he’s looking for the S&P 500 (SPX)to break 4,000 within a year. At last check, the broad-market gauge was up more than 1% at 3,174. The Dow (DJIA)and the Nasdaq (COMP)were also firmly higher in Monday’s session.

“This is a secular bull market,” Saut said. “Depending on your starting point... this thing ought to have another five, six, seven years left in and nobody believes it.”

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Saut has been pushing his bullish forecast for a while now. Back in December, he targeted 3,600 on the S&P by the end of 2020. “Central banks of the world are printing money, and that’s all you really need to know,” he said at the time. “I think we’ve got years left on the upside.”

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