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Film and TV “I have looked for my survival and made tough decisions”

Ángel Muñoz, winner of Big Brother 11 in 2010

Angel Muñoz, reality winner television ‘Big Brother 11’, It has been seen forced to live in a van after going broke by the coronavirus pandemic.

Angel what he won the 350,000 euro briefcase in 2010 after proclaiming himself the winner of ‘Big Brother 11’, he tells Kiko Hernandez on his blog ‘Kiko’s confessional’ who was left without a job and without any income.

The Covid forced our gyms to close and with them some of us lost our job, our whole life, in my case much more than my livelihood, my vital food “

Angel Muñoz

“As you know, the Covid forced our gyms to close and with them some of us lost our job, our whole life, in my case much more than my livelihood, my vital food. Many months have passed since then and I am not only still without working. , but also without receiving any type of aid or subsidy, I requested it at the time but did not receive a response from the administration, nor have I received anything. This has led me to have to look for my survival and make decisions, decisions that a priori they are not easy, they may sound harsh and you have to be brave to drink, I have done it that way, “Ángel Muñoz wrote in a letter published by Kiko Hernández.

I have taken the option of renting my house to live and pay bills, meanwhile I have gone to live in my van “

Angel Muñoz

The winner of ‘Big Brother 11’ reveals that “I have taken the option of renting my house to be able to live and pay bills, in the meantime I have gone to live in my van, and this for those of you who know me that is not a drama either. That is my life now, I have decided to travel in my van and live with the little that I took out of my house, but also with this decision that I have made I have decided to be happy, and live with what little I have but to live, near the sea and surfing, until the body endures until everything improves until everything changes, I have no intention of ever going back to Madrid to live “.

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The Los Angeles Clippers’ shocking decision to move on from longtime head coach Doc Rivers could have some wide-ranging ramifications around the NBA world.

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A highly successful coach during his time with the Celtics and Clippers, Rivers has already received interest from multiple teams with head-coaching vacancies.

As for the Clippers, it’s not yet known how wide of a net they will cast after a shocking conference semifinals loss to the Denver Nuggets. However, two big-name candidates have come up as options for owner Steve Ballmer and Co.

Jovan Buha of The Athletic reports that Tyronn Lue, a current assistant with the Clippers, is being considered to replace Rivers. Buha also confirmed a previous report from ESPN that current analyst and former NBA head coach Jeff Van Gundy is also a candidate.

Lue, 43, has heard his name bandied about a ton since the championship-winning head coach was fired by the Cleveland Cavaliers early in the 2018-19 season. A veteran of 11 NBA seasons as a point guard, Lue led Cleveland to a 128-83 record and three consecutive NBA Finals appearances during his time with the organization. That included the Cavaliers’ first title in 2015-16.

As for Van Gundy, he has not manned an NBA bench since all the way back in 2006-07. In 11 seasons with the Knicks and Rockets, the highly respected former coach posted a 430-318 record and led his teams to nine playoff appearances.

It’s going to be extremely interesting to see how this plays out behind the scenes. Los Angeles is in full-scale win-now mode with star forwards Kawhi Leonard and Paul George likely to hit free agency following the 2020-21 season.

Teammates were reportedly upset with how the two stars were treated this past season compared to other players on the roster. That was among the primary reasons Rivers was let go. This seems to suggest that neither Leonard nor George will have a lot of say as it relates to the next head coach.

The Clippers posted a solid 49-23 record during a truncated regular season before being ousted in the second round of the playoffs after blowing a 3-1 series lead against the Denver Nuggets.

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Full screen 1/31 SLIDES © NBA 2020 NBA first round mock draft The NBA draft order is shaping up following the lottery, with the Timberwolves now on the clock. With the NBA Draft less than three months away on November 18, here's a look at our latest mock draft. 2/31 SLIDES © Stephen Lew / USA Today Sports Images 1. Minnesota Timberwolves: Anthony Edwards, SG, Georgia Edwards had a dominant freshman season as the SEC Rookie of the Year, averaging 19.1 points and shooting better than 50 percent from the field. He looks like a great fit in the Wolves back court, creating quite a trio with D'Angelo Russell and Karl-Anthony Towns. 3/31 SLIDES © Joe Camporeale / USA Today Sports Images 2. Golden State Warriors: LaMelo Ball, PG, Illawara With the Warriors getting the second overall pick following a lost year, the rich will get richer. There's a fair possibility Golden State will trade the pick if they don't see the right fit, but Ball is a strong shooter who fits the ball for the team as they look to rebound from a lost 2019-20 season. 4/31 SLIDES © Joe Rondone / USA Today Sports Images 3. Charlotte Hornets: James Wiseman, C, Memphis Wiseman's college career at Memphis lasted only three games, but he was plenty dominant in that time. The 7-foot-1 center would have almost certainly been the top pick 10 years ago, but the state of the NBA is changing for big man. Still, he would be a great addition for Charlotte, a team lacking top-end interior talent. Slideshow continues on the next slide 5/31 SLIDES © Aaron Doster / USA Today Sports Images 4. Chicago Bulls: Obi Toppin, PF, Dayton Toppin was a star from the moment he stepped on the floor for the Flyers two years ago, and finished last season averaging 20.0 points and 7.5 rebounds. He was a highly efficient shooter, making nearly 65 percent of his shots in two college seasons, and has a chance to contribute immediately as a 6-foot-9 power forward. 6/31 SLIDES © Jayne Kamin-Oncea / USA Today Sports Images 5. Cleveland Cavaliers: Onyeka Okongwu, PF, USC Cleveland's rebuild continues with a high upside 6-foot-9 forward in Okongwu. He averaged 16.2 points and 8.6 rebounds at USC, routinely dominating the paint in his freshman season. His calling card in the short term for Cleveland could be defense, averaging 2.7 blocks last year. 7/31 SLIDES © Jim Dedmon / USA Today Sports Images 6. Atlanta Hawks: Deni Avdija, F, Maccabi Tel Aviv Atlanta has a long way to go as they build around star point guard Trae Young, but Avdija has the potential to really help. The 19-year-old's game is still very much in a development stage, but he brings huge upside potential as a versatile 6-foot-8 forward. 8/31 SLIDES © Reese Strickland / USA Today Sports Images 7. Detroit Pistons: Tyrese Haliburton, PG, Iowa State Haliburton showed huge improvement in his second season for the Cyclones, averaging 15.2 points, 6.5 assists, and 5.9 rebounds per game. He showed himself to be a sharp shooter in his college career, making nearly 43 percent of his threes, and provides a potential young building block that Detroit desperately needs. 9/31 SLIDES © Jim Dedmon / USA Today Sports Images 8. New York Knicks: Killian Hayes, PG, Raiopharm Ulm The Knicks need to hit some home runs, and Hayes has potential in that regard. He's shown improved shooting, averaging 39 percent from three last year and showing a lot of defensive talent. New York might not get a significant contribution for a few years from the 19-year-old, but that should be okay for a team that isn't very close to contending. Slideshow continues on the next slide 10/31 SLIDES © Alicia Devine / USA Today Sports Images 9. Washington Wizards: Devin Vassell, SG, Florida State The Seminoles have a reputation for developing athletic talents, and Vassell qualifies. He averaged 12.7 points and 5.1 rebounds in his sophomore season, greatly improving his shooting overall and making 1.5 three-pointers per game. He has strong all-around potential at 6-foot-6 and should be a nice back court fit alongside Bradley Beal and John Wall. 11/31 SLIDES © John Reed / USA Today Sports Images 10. Phoenix Suns: Isaac Okoro, SF, Auburn Okoro proved to be a dynamic, well-rounded player in his freshman season at Auburn, averaging 12.9 points and making the SEC All-Defense team. The 6-foot-6 forward's perimeter game leaves a lot to be desired, but he has a chance to immediately complement the talented Suns roster led by Devin Booker and Deandre Ayton. 12/31 SLIDES © Joshua S. Kelly / USA Today Sports Images 11. San Antonio Spurs: Patrick Williams, F, Florida State The Spurs have the uncommon opportunity picking so early in the draft. The team has usually hit on upside picks in recent years, and Williams qualifies after a freshman season in which he didn't even start a game for the Seminoles. He still made the ACC All-Freshman team after averaging 9.2 points and 4.0 rebounds in 22.5 minutes per contest. The 6-foot-8 forward has potential in the front court and is still just 18. 13/31 SLIDES © Andrew Nelles / USA Today Sports Images 12. Sacramento Kings: Aaron Nesmith, G/F, Vanderbilt For teams looking at shooters in this year's draft, Nesmith is at the top of the heap. He made 52 percent of his threes last year and wasn't shy in the attempt, averaging 8.2 heaves per game. He has a high floor with that skillset, which should help De'Aaron Fox. 14/31 SLIDES © Kim Klement / USA Today Sports Images 13. New Orleans Pelicans: Tyrese Maxey, SG, Kentucky Maxey was as advertised in his one year at Kentucky, averaging 14.0 points and shooting nearly 43 percent from the field. The 6-foot-3 guard is undersized but has plenty more upside to offer a Pelicans team that has plenty with Zion Williamson and Brandon Ingram. Slideshow continues on the next slide 15/31 SLIDES © Rob Kinnan / USA Today Sports Images 14. Boston Celtics (via Grizzlies): Cole Anthony, PG, North Carolina An elite recruit from last year's class, Anthony dominated in his freshman season at North Carolina with 18.5 points, 5.7 rebounds, and 4.0 assists per game. Boston doesn't need a difference maker, and Anthony fits as a high-upside player who could use some time to develop as a rotational option. 16/31 SLIDES © Eric Hartline / USA Today Sports Images 15. Orlando Magic: Saddiq Bey, SF, Villanova Bey showed huge improvement from his freshman to sophomore seasons at Nova, averaging 16.1 point and 4.7 rebounds last year. The 6-foot-8 forward development on the perimeter was most impressive, averaging 45 percent from three. He could make an immediate impact for the Magic. 17/31 SLIDES © Joe Rondone / USA Today Sports Images 16. Portland Trail Blazers: Precious Achiuwa, PF, Memphis The bubble has been Damian Lillard's world, and continuing to surround him with complementary pieces will be key. Achiuwa was part of Memphis' acclaimed freshman class, averaging 15.8 points and 10.8 rebounds. His game is still in development, but there's plenty of potential for the 6-foot-9 forward. 18/31 SLIDES © Justin Ford / USA Today Sports Images 17. Minnesota Timberwolves (via Nets): R.J. Hampton, G, NZ Breakers With their second pick in the draft, the Timberwolves can afford a developmental project. Hampton fits that category after a disappointing season in the NBL. His offensive game will be a work in progress, but the 6-foot-5 guard does have potential. 19/31 SLIDES © Kirby Lee / USA Today Sports Images 18. Dallas Mavericks: Tyrell Terry, PG, Stanford For a team that's attempted over 40 three points per game this season, long-range shooting is almost a requirement. Terry shot 41 percent from three in his freshman season at Stanford. He's well undersized at 6-foot-1, but that's become less of an obstacle in recent years that it was considered a decade ago. 20/31 SLIDES © Carlos Sanchez Martinez / Icon Sportswire 19. Brooklyn Nets (via 76ers): Theo Maledon, PG, ASVEL Maledon is a development project at age 19 and gives the Nets a long-term project as they look beyond Kyrie Irving in the back court. He might not be able to help what's expected to be an improved Nets squad next season, but there are few players with more upside this late . 21/31 SLIDES © Marvin Gentry / USA Today Sports Images 20. Miami Heat: Kira Lewis Jr., PG, Alabama A point guard would be a good fit for Miami, and Lewis' improvement in two years at Bama has been apparent. He averaged 18.5 points and 5.2 assists in his sophomore season, showing improved shooting ability. Lewis could step in as a regular starter at the point in a year or two. 22/31 SLIDES © Bill Streicher / USA Today Sports Images 21. Philadelphia 76ers (via Thunder): Aleksej Pokusevski, F, Olympiacos The 76ers are a team build around big men who can do much more than their size would suggest, and Pokusevski fits that mold. He's a seven footer who has shooting range, with an upside that should intrigue most teams. 23/31 SLIDES © Stan Szeto / USA Today Sports Images 22. Denver Nuggets (via Rockets): Josh Green, SG, Arizona The Nuggets roster has a lot of potential if Michael Porter Jr. can stay on the court but would benefit from a back court scorer. Green has potential after averaging 12.0 points in 31 minutes per contest during his freshman season at Arizona. He could develop into a starter down the line. 24/31 SLIDES © Jennifer Buchanan / USA Today Sports Images 23. Utah Jazz: Jaden McDaniels, SF, Washington McDaniels didn't quite match the recruiting hype in his one college season at Washington, but still shows plenty of potential as a 6-foot-9 forward who is a capable shooter. He has a chance to be a nice complementary player for Donovan Mitchell immediately. 25/31 SLIDES © Tommy Gilligan / USA Today Sports Images 24. Milwaukee Bucks (via Pacers): Jalen Smith, PF, Maryland Smith was a dominating presence in the front court during his two seasons with the Terrapins, most recently averaging 15.5 points, 10.5 rebounds, and 2.4 blocks last season. He also showed more ability as a long-range shooter, an attractive quality for any team at 6-foot-10. 26/31 SLIDES © Alonzo Adams / USA Today Sports Images 25. Oklahoma City Thunder (via Nuggets): Leandro Bolmaro, G, Barcelona The soon-to-be 20-year-old Bolmaro has a lot of versatility as a 6-foot-6 guard with the ability to handle the ball, and would have time to develop for an OKC squad whose strength is currently in the back court. 27/31 SLIDES © Raymond Carlin III / USA Today Sports Images 26. Boston Celtics: Jahmi'us Ramsey, G, Texas Tech Ramsey helped the Red Raiders reload last season, averaging 15.0 points and shooting 43 percent from three in his freshman season. The 6-foot-4 guard would give Boston an immediate rotational option. 28/31 SLIDES © Jacob Snow / USA Today Sports Images 27. New York Knicks (via Clippers): Nico Mannion, PG, Arizona Another guard for the Knicks with plus offensive ability, Mannion was All Pac-12 in his freshman season after averaging 14.0 points and 5.3 assists for the Wildcats. His shooting is a work in progress, but Mannion is only 19. 29/31 SLIDES © Orlando Ramirez / USA Today Sports Images 28. Los Angeles Lakers: Malachi Flynn, PG, San Diego State A veteran player with the ability to make an immediate impact should be what the Lakers are searching for in their current window. After transferring from Washington State to San Diego State, Flynn averaged 17.6 points and 5.1 assists last season. He's an efficient shooter and ball handler at 6-foot-1. 30/31 SLIDES © Rob Kinnan / USA Today Sports Images 29. Toronto Raptors: Tre Jones, PG, Duke A leader on the Blue Devils over the last two years, Jones averaged 16.2 points and 6.4 assists during his sophomore season. His long-range shooting also improved last year, a required feature in Toronto. He should be a nice contributor immediately. 31/31 SLIDES © Mike Carter / USA Today Sports Images 30. Boston Celtics (via Bucks): Xavier Tillman, PF, Michigan State Tillman doesn't have optimal size at 6-foot-8 for what amounts to a big man skillset, but he should make a good contribution on the boards and defensively. He took a big step forward in his junior season at Michigan State, averaging 10.3 rebounds and 3.0 assists. The Celtics would be able to find a place for those talents. 31/31 SLIDES

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