Two Michigan basketball players make ESPN’s Top 100 list for Class of 2023

A pair of Michigan high school girls basketball players have earned national attention.

Flushing’s Sarah Rambus and East Grand Rapids’ Macy Brown have cracked ESPN’s Top 100 players to watch list for the Class of 2023. Rambus is ranked 61st on the annual list while Brown is 69th.

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Rambus, who has 35 college scholarship offers, led Flushing to an 18-4 record and the Flint Metro League Stripes Division championship this past winter. She averaged 16.8 points, 5.9 rebounds, 3.0 blocks, 1.7 steals and 1.4 assists. The 6-foot-4 forward shot 33.3 percent on 57 3-point attempts and 49.5 percent overall.

East GR vs East Kentwood

East Grand Rapids freshman Macy Brown (2) drives to the basket past East Kentwood senior Layla Hunt (2) during the second quarter in the MHSAA division 1 district championship at Caledonia High School in Caledonia, Michigan on Friday, March 6, 2020. Joel Bissell

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Jodie Meeks speaks on his time in the NBA, Lakers’ issues, and a potential return to the league

After spending time in the NBA G-league, representing the Raptors 905, 10-year NBA veteran Jodie Meeks says he rediscovered his love for the game. It was being surrounded by players that wanted nothing more than to make it to the league — no politics, behind-the-scenes drama, or meretricious social media posts; it was simply basketball.

“I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. There were a lot of young guys, and obviously, I’m getting a bit older, but I had a good time. It was nice to share my knowledge, and those guys worked really hard. To be able to get in the trenches with them brought back the love of the game for me, just remembering what it was like trying to make it to the league.”

Jodie Meeks

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A Set Of Bugatti Chiron Super Sport Front Body Panels Listed For An Absurd $400,000


We are definitely aware of the ultra-expensive costs of buying and maintaining a Bugatti, but the internet keeps surprising us with independent listings of OEM parts for the Chiron. The craziest example we have seen so far is the pictured front end assembly coming off a Chiron Super Sport 300+, which is listed for an eye-watering $399,999.

The kit includes the front fenders which integrate large portions of the bumper, the bonnet, and the lower part of the bumper. They are made of carbon fiber and come unpainted, so you can easily color match them with your car. According to a sticker underneath the body panels with the Bugatti emblem, the panels were built in Austria, with a production date of September 2020.

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