10. Adrian Wojnarowski (Yahoo! Sports): He’s not so much a part of the HATERZ as he just seems to play to the crowd. Which is a shame, because Wojnarowski is a pretty good NBA columnist. I travel with a laptop but it is not always convenient to pull it out download a book and transfer it to my electronic reader. Many of my electronics are from Sony. Sony televisions, Sony laptops and Sony digital cameras grace my home.
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Get daily updates directly to your inboxSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Mum Elaine, 27, says her boy has been banging in the goals with his special blue and yellow footwear a Christmas present and admits she simply can’t believe anyone would be so callous as to swipe the 11 year old youngsters shooting boots.”It’s terrible that anyone could do this I was really shocked,” raged Elaine.”Connor got the boots for his Christmas and they were quite expensive around They were by far his favourite present.”It’s such a shame for him. He’s really upset. He even came back into the house expecting to get a row for losing them but he’s done nothing wrong.”The South Primary kid was targeted just after he had finished playing a match with pals at the Pitz five a side complex on Blackhall Street, Paisley.Connor, who lives in the south side of town, had taken his boots off to change back into his trainers when the yob nabbed the boots before sprinting off.With Connor and his Linwood Rangers pals set to head south for the prestigious Easter Cup in Preston at the beginning of April, Elaine is hoping the culprit will hand the boots back.If they don’t, however, she warned she’ll be calling in the police.”Connor was sitting after he’d played fives getting changed into his trainers when a boy just picked up his boots and legged it,” explained the angry parent.”Connor knows what the boy looks like.