Tonight will be the last time I answer any more free agent questions until the offseason.""I think I owe it to myself, and I owe it to my teammates It's just getting old. I don't want anymore distractions for my teammates, for my organization, for my family. This will be the last time I answer a free agent question for the rest of the year."Translation: People only want to talk about two things this season my free agency and what's wrong with the Cavs Oh, and whether or not the Shaq trade was a mistake We won 66 games last year. I know we lost in the Eastern Finals, but...reallyTime to get the zoo out of here until next year Sorry, fellas. No, I don't already know where I'm going next year...this season isn't even over yet. Let's wait to see which team can hose Chris Wallace into trading the Grizzlies' best player for 40 cents on the dollar this year before I make any big decisions.
But seriously...if you think I'm going to the Knicks or the Nets with the way they've been playing this season Uh. I'll see you in Neverland.Don't worry, reporters...you can still interview Shaq. He's good for something print-worthy every time he opens his mouth.I mean, did you see "Shaq vs."And there you have it LeBron James, ladies and gentlemen. May the LeBron 2010 Sweepstakes begin...get your checkbooks ready.. ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's natural gas exports to Greece are continuing and do not present problems, Turkish Energy Minister Hilmi Guler said on Thursday as a price row between Russia and Ukraine was choking supplies to Europe.
World RussiaHe also said he believed it was possible for Russian gas flows to Europe to be restarted before the talks on resolving the dispute were completed.An energy ministry source had told Reuters on Wednesday that Turkey's natural gas exports to Greece were below the contract level and pressure in the pipeline was low.Guler confirmed that this was the case but said that supplies were getting through."Gas supplies to Greece via Turkey are continuing, there is no problem with that," Guler said.According to energy ministry officials, Greece is receiving only slightly less than normal and Athens understands that Turkey is itself getting less than it should.Ankara has rejected a request from Athens for additional gas.Russian gas continues to be cut off to Greece, with the country covering demand from local reserves of liquefied natural gas as well as from some Azeri gas delivered via Turkey, said an official of Hellenic Gas Co. (DEPA), which is responsible for the import, transport, and storage of natural gas in Greece."All of Greece's domestic gas demand is being covered mostly from LNG reserves in Greece, with some Azeri coming from Turkey," the DEPA official, who declined to be named, said."We are not relying on supplies from Turkey, so at the moment we don't have any problem supplying our customers. We will see what happens with negotiations between Russia and the EU, and if the problem is not solved, we will buy more off the market," the official said.Russian gas supplies via Ukraine to a number of European countries from Turkey to France stopped on Tuesday as sub-zero temperatures increased demand for winter fuel.Urgent negotiations are under way to bring gas supplies back to normal levels from Russia to Europe. Turkey also buys gas from its neighbor Iran through one pipeline, purchases the fuel from Azerbaijan through a pipeline via Georgia, and receives liquefied natural gas from other countries. (Additional reporting by George Hatzidakis in Athens, writing by Selcuk Gokoluk, editing by Anthony Barker) World Russia. What's everyone word I couldn't come up with a solid answer, but all that matters is the future rightThere it is.The WWE have shown and took steps of looking ahead with pushing and or beginning to push the slew of young stars from Sheamus, Dolph Ziggler, Eric Escobar, Miz, Kofi Kingston, John Morrison, and a few others. The stars today are the superstars tomorrow and everyone just can't wait for their stars to become supernovas.A step was taken even further with Sheamus earning the No 1 contendership against John Cena at the WWE TLC PPV.