New York is becoming a cultural center for young women trying to disrupt the male-dominated industries of design engineering and sex toys.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
AUGUST 28, 2013
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
FOREIGN LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - LOONEY DEALS LLC
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By Connor Letourneau - Friday Jul 7, 2017
LAS VEGAS — Earlier this week, during a phone interview from his Las Vegas hotel, Chris DeMarco practiced his first pep talk as a head coach.Fresh off his second season as a player-development coach, he recognizes that the biggest challenge of leading the Warriors’ Summer League team will be managing players’ expectations.“The Warriors are about people making sacrifices,” said DeMarco, rehearsing the messaging he planned to deliver in one of his first team meetings.[...] the next week-plus is an opportunity for those not under contract with the Warriors to gain valuable experience.An impressive outing or two could earn them a training-camp invite with an NBA team.Though Golden State’s roster is expected to reach the maximum of 15 within the next couple days, it could waive someone and clear the way for a spot on the prohibitive league favorites.A second-round pick from UNLV, he led Golden State with 15.8 points per game on 46.7 percent shooting (38.2 from three-point range) in Las Vegas last summer before carving out a rotation spot in the regular season.[...] as the only player on the Warriors’ Summer League roster with significant NBA experience, he will be the clear leader.Golden State’s front office doesn’t want to risk injuring a player in games that don’t matter who could be an important part of the rotation next season.Can Kevon Looney bounce back from another disappointing season?[...] two years into his NBA career, the former UCLA standout’s production has yet to match his physical tools.Two hip surgeries limited Looney’s rookie season in 2015-16 to five games.After a strong start to the regular season last year, he was a non-factor in limited minutes and his playing time dwindled.While many teammates celebrated Golden State’s second NBA title in three years, Looney stayed in Oakland to work on his conditioning.The Warriors were widely praised last month for buying the draft rights to Bell, who went No. 38 overall to the Bulls.The former Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year, who is expected to ink a two-year guaranteed deal at the rookie minimum, is adept at working off screens and can guard all five positions.Not surprisingly, the quarter from Oregon marks the most players ever from a single school on Golden State’s Summer League roster.Never mind that Jabari Brown, one of three Warriors who played with Santa Cruz last season, logged two games with the Ducks in 2011 before transferring to Missouri.
- Warriors season review: Kevon Looney
By Connor Letourneau - Sunday Jul 9, 2017
the seasons of each Warriors player after the team’s championship run. Two hip surgeries limited Kevon Looney’s rookie season in 2015-16 to five games. Last summer, while many NBA players relaxed, he trained twice a day five times a week. In games of 2-on-2, he flashed the traits that could make him a reliable “stretch 4.” Expectations heightened for him when he posted several solid performances in the preseason. [...] after a strong start to the regular season, he was unproductive in limited minutes and his playing time dwindled. [...] as Looney prepares for his third NBA season, he still must prove that he belongs in the league. In October, the Warriors picked up the third-year option on Looney of $1.2 million to prevent him from becoming an unrestricted free agent this summer. Connor Letourneau is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. 2016-17 statistics: 2.5 points and 2.3 rebounds in 8.4 minutes per game