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7 companies secured investment at the Bend Venture Conference
Seven startups walked away with investment from this year's Bend Venture Conference.
A total of $550,000 was invested by this year's conference with three companies landing growth stage investment.
Medical Analysis: What it means that Kendrick Nunn has 'bone bruise' in his knee
Lakers guard Kendrick Nunn had been dealing with an ankle sprain for the last week-plus, which was thought to be the main reason why he couldn't play during the team's season opener on Tuesday night (he was a game-time decision, and didn't pass the pre-game checks).
The New Jersey Devils are all sorts of banged up ahead of their matchup against the Capitals
The New Jersey Devils are the Capitals first road opponent of the season and they will come into the game missing more than a few big pieces of their lineup.
Matthew Stevens - 'Pittsburgh'
Matthew Stevens - Pittsburgh (Whirlwind Recordings. Album review by Rob Mallows)
Matthew Stevens should fall off his bike more often.
'Why We Fly' flips dusty old cheerleader stereotypes upside down
I want to thank Kimberly Jones and Gilly Segal for creating believable heroines out of two genuine athletes who don't conform to the all the dusty stereotypes about cheerleaders.
Talen Horton Tucker's thumb injury, explained
Los Angeles Lakers young, talented wing Talen Horton-Tucker picked up a thumb injury in pre-season that has been diagnosed as a tear of the ulnar collateral ligament.
Malik Monk's 'groin strain' injury, explained
Los Angeles Lakers guard Malik Monk has been the standout thus far during the team's otherwise tumultuous preseason (and relax, it's preseason for a team only returning three players from last year's roster) and was potentially on his way to challenging for the starting spot at shooting guard.
Cybersecurity, robotics, creator platform and pet tech are all pitching at Bend Venture Conference
Five companies are vying for investment in the growth stage category at this year's Bend Venture Conference.
Explaining Trevor Ariza's right ankle 'arthroscopic debridement' and return timeline
Los Angeles Lakers wing Trevor Ariza had been battling some right ankle soreness for at least the past few weeks (and likely has been dealing with some ankle irritation for even longer) and was accordingly held out of the team's first two preseason games, as well as every training camp practice other than their first one, when he aggravated the injury.
Film Study: How Russell Westbrook is tinkering with his jump shot
The offensive key for any team with LeBron James - as the Lakers have found out during his tenure with the club - is spacing, spacing, spacing.