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Businessman willing to trade his Gold Coast trophy home and luxury yacht

first_img MORE NEWS: What $1m will buy you in 2019 It’s lavish at every turn.It has a seemingly endless list of luxury features, including floor-to-ceiling windows framing ocean views, a media lounge, lift, an office with library, and a heated pool and spa.“It’s a real showpiece,” Ms Cole said.“This is (Mr Lloyd’s) weekender. He just loves coming down here and relaxing.”He initially listed the apartment for $7.5 million before adding his yacht to the mix.He will set a record for the four-level Ocean Isles, which has only five apartments, if the residence achieves the original asking price. Inside the beachfront apartment in Main Beach’s Ocean Isles building. The pool overlooks the ocean.The savvy businessman has listed the beachfront residence in the Ocean Isles building and Southern Cross II, which is kept at the Southport Yacht Club and has a crew, with a $13 million price tag.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa12 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoBut don’t worry – if the price is a little out of your budget, he is willing to accept a trade.Marketing agent Lucy Cole said he would consider all trades regardless of value and location.“It doesn’t have to be of the same figure,” she said.“He would consider trades elsewhere too.”Mr Lloyd bought the lavish three-bedroom, three-bathroom property about eight years ago. MORE NEWS: Beach house flip: before and aftercenter_img The Southern Cross II is worth about $5.5 million. Keith Lloyd hopes to sells his beachfront apartment and luxury yacht as a package deal.ON the hunt for a trophy home and luxury boat to make the most of the Glitter Strip’s flashy lifestyle?Former shipbuilder and founder of the Shafston International College, Keith Lloyd, is hoping to sell his Main Beach apartment and super yacht in a package deal.last_img read more

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Opponent preview: What to know about Miami

first_imgAfter a win against Boston College on Tuesday, Syracuse (17-13, 10-9 Atlantic Coast) looks to close out the regular season with two-straight wins when it plays Miami (14-15, 6-13) on Saturday at 4 p.m. The Hurricanes have lost four-consecutive games headed into the matchup.Here’s what to know about the Hurricanes before the game in Coral Gables, Florida.All-time series: Syracuse leads, 19-8Last time they played: Syracuse beat Miami on Jan. 24, 2019 in the Carrier Dome. The Orange won 73-53 as Elijah Hughes led Syracuse to the lopsided victory with 22 points. The Miami report: Miami has lost four-straight games and struggled offensively against both Georgia Tech and Virginia. The Hurricanes don’t shoot well from 3-point land but still rank 73rd in offensive efficiency. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMiami doesn’t have a player above 6-foot-9 that’s used on more than 17% of its possessions. In other words, they don’t have a dominant big man. Miami’s offensive board protection is one of the worst in the country and could lead to a big day for Bourama Sidibe. The offense will likely run through 5-foot-7-inch guard Chris Lykes, who averages 15.2 points per game. How Syracuse beats Miami: Syracuse needs to play better defense than it has over its recent stretch of games. Miami isn’t playing good offense right now, and a sound game from the 2-3 zone could completely stifle any attack by the Hurricanes. With that said, Syracuse can also pound the ball down low and find enough success there to win the game. Look for big performances on the offensive glass from Quincy Guerrier and Sidibe, rebounds leading to second chance opportunities that could swing this game in Syracuse’s favor. Stat to know: 39.5 — The percentage of points Syracuse’s opponents have scored from beyond the 3-point arc this season. Only seven teams nationwide allow a higher percentage of their opponent’s points to come from 3. KenPom odds: Syracuse has a 52% chance to win the game, with a projected final score of 76-75.Player to watch: Chris Lykes, Guard No. 0The junior from Mitchellville, Maryland can score. Lykes, a 5-foot-7 inch guard, averages 15.2 points per game on 43.2 % shooting this season. His season-high came at Illinois when he scored 28 points, and he also scored 27 points at Clemson. Shooting 37.4 % on 3-pointers makes it unlikely he’ll light it up from beyond the arc, but if Lykes gets in a rhythm, that’s how Miami will hang with Syracuse. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on March 7, 2020 at 12:32 pm Contact Josh: jlschafe@syr.edu | @Schafer_44last_img read more

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After final start of spring, is Shohei Ohtani ready to pitch for Angels in the majors?

first_imgUnless the Angels’ decision-makers changed their opinion on Saturday, Ohtani is expected to next pitch in the first series of the season, against the Oakland A’s.After Saturday’s game, Manager Mike Scioscia was asked flatly if Ohtani is ready to pitch in the major leagues: “Let’s wait and see how he comes out of it. This was a great outing today.”Ohtani gave up two runs on two hits, getting one out into the sixth inning, against a lineup of low-level minor leaguers and Rymer Liriano, who was down from big league camp to get a few at-bats.Ohtani threw 85 pitches, including 47 strikes. He pitched 5-1/3 innings, although two of the innings were stopped with two outs to control his pitch-count. He gave up two runs on two hits, with five strikeouts and five walks.Only one of the two hits — a line drive double into right center by Class-A catcher Kenner Pina — was well struck. The other was a bouncer that went over the third baseman. TEMPE, Ariz. — Shohei Ohtani pitched on Saturday morning in front of a couple hundred people crowded in and around a couple sets of aluminum bleachers. He faced a lineup of minor leaguers representing his own team, and in an environment in which innings can end short of three outs.All of that is over now.The Angels’ highly touted prospect from Japan pitched his final game of the spring with more of the mixed results that he’s shown in all the others, leading to more questions about whether he’s ready for the majors.Although the Angels still aren’t publicly committing to Ohtani being in the season-opening rotation, a club source said last week that he will be. On Thursday, they made roster moves that left them with just five healthy starters in camp, including Ohtani. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img Ohtani’s fastball was mostly 91-92 mph, although he dropped down as low as 89 and as high as 95, according to various scouts at the game. In his last start, against the Colorado Rockies in a major league exhibition, he was throwing 96-98 mph.Scioscia said he was not concerned by the velocity.“When he needed it, some guys got on base, you saw it pick up,” Scioscia said. “There were some other things in his tempo. He’s fine as far as velocity.”Ohtani’s best moment from Saturday’s game was in the fourth, when he struck out the last two hitters to strand runners at second and third.One scout who watched Ohtani pitch on Saturday came away with reservations.“At this point, the one thing I don’t see with him is fastball command,” the scout said. “He’s got good stuff. I understand he’s a power pitcher, but he’s going to need a little more fastball command in the strike zone before we see the Ohtani everyone is anticipating we’re going to see.”When asked if Ohtani can pitch in the majors now, the scout said: “Sure he can, but do I think he can pitch at the level that has been anticipated? Absolutely not.”Ohtani said the fastball command and velocity may have suffered on Saturday because he was working on other things.“My theme today was to throw as many splitters as I can to get the feel of it,” Ohtani said through his interpreter. “I was able to do that, and I felt really good toward the end. I’m very satisfied.”Ohtani completed his first spring training by pitching in five games, only two of them major league exhibitions and only one facing mostly major league hitters. He also pitched in a “B” game, an exhibition against the Tijuana Toros, and Saturday’s intrasquad game.All told, he recorded 39 outs, the equivalent of 13 innings. He allowed 17 earned runs and 20 hits. He struck out 24 and walked eight. As a hitter, he is 3 for 28 in major league exhibition games, and 6 for 24 in minor league and intrasquad games.“I feel like I’ve done everything I can to get ready for opening day,” Ohtani said. “I felt like I’ve done everything 100 percent. Every year in Japan, I was never 100 percent on opening day. It’s going to be gradual in the season. It will be the same this year.”Ohtani added that he has always had some anxiety going into the season about whether he’d be able to perform, and this year is no different.He said he’s unsure of what’s next.“I honestly don’t know how the people up there are making decisions, what they think of me,” he said. “I try not to worry about that. I’ve had the same approach since my days in Japan. It’s not up to me.”AlsoParker Bridwell, Matt Shoemaker and JC Ramírez will pitch, in that order, in the three Freeway Series games against the Dodgers. That leaves Garrett Richards and Tyler Skaggs as the likely pitchers for the first two games of the regular season, although the Angels haven’t announced it.last_img read more

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