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Social Security Board hosts Open Day to celebrate 37th Anniversary
In commemoration of their 37th Anniversary, the Social Security Board (SSB) San Pedro Branch held an informative Open Day at their office located in Pescador Drive in downtown San Pedro on Friday, June 1st. The event focused on educating islanders about the importance of the corporation while introducing their 2018-2022 strategic plan.
Throughout the day, employees of the SSB guided attendees to different booths to tell them about their strategic plan and the benefits of the corporation. The SSB’s five main objectives in their 2018-2022 strategic plan are to enhance customer service experience, build a robust, financially thriving institution, strengthen reputation and image, empower and enable the workforce and improve health outcomes.
Belize To Host XX Central American Women’s Volleyball Championship In August
The Belize Volleyball Association (BVA) is proud to announce that Belize will be the host country for the upcoming XX Central American Women’s Volleyball Championship. The major seven-day international volleyball event will be held in Belize City from August 4 - 10, 2018, and is a regional ranking and qualification event to the continental (NORCECA) championship that has further ranking and qualifications to FIVB world championships. All Central American volleyball federations (Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama) are expected to participate in this AFECAVOL event.
100 Professionals Trained In Suicide Prevention
The YouthRise Project in the Ministry of Human Development, Social Transformation and Poverty Alleviation in collaboration with Galen University have trained some 100 social workers, educators, counsellors, administrators and youth workers in suicide prevention.
The training took place between May 24th and June 1st in Belize, Cayo, and Stann Creek Districts. The training was facilitated by Dr. Guy Ilagan, Assistant Professor of Counsellor Education at The Citadel College in Charleston, South Carolina; Dr. Jill Ilagan, Clinical Psychologist and Adjunct Professor at The Citadel’s Psychology – Clinical Counselling Program; and Kendra Hoyt, Lecturer and Life Coach at Galen University.
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Summer Art Wave
Summer Art Wave is coming!! It's all about having a good time learning about other cultures, our culture, linguistic and artistic skills. Register today as space is limited!
SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN TOURISM
Are you a professional working in the tourism sector and are interested in developing professionally? This is your opportunity!
This Tree Tuesday we are highlighting the Cortes tree (Handroanthus chrysanthus).
From Mexico to Belize and South America, this tree is beloved for its eye-catching yellow crown that punctuates lowland forest landscapes from March through May.
Cortes is often used for construction due to its hard, insect-resistant timber. The species is fairly drought and salt-tolerant – it is also a desirable ornamental shade tree.
The flowering season for cortes is coming to an end as the rainy season gets underway. Have you enjoyed this display of spectacular color?
Atlantic Bank-Caye Caulker Branch collecting donations for Guatemala
Atlantic Bank-Caye Caulker Branch informs the public that we are collecting food and hygienic items for the victims of Volcan Fuego in Guatemala. Donations can be dropped in the box pictured below. Thank you.
Paint N Splash
See you this week at from 2-4pm Thursday to paint “Just A Kiss”!.
NEMO OFFERS CONDOLENCES AND HUMANITARIAN AID - APPEAL FOR THE PEOPLE OF GUATEMALA AFFECTED BY THE ERUPTION OF "EL FUEGO VOLCANO"
The people and Government of Belize offer our sincerest condolences to the people of Guatemala who lost their loved ones and empathize with those affected since "El Fuego Volcano" erupted. Our heartfelt support and appeal for humanitarian aid are particularly for those families affected in Chimaltenango, Sacatepéquez, Escuintla, Mixco and some areas of Guatemala City.
In view of the situation, cash donations are the best form of relief. Donations can be sent to the Belize Red Cross. Corporations are strongly encouraged to utilize this arrangement. NEMO's Humanitarian Officer can also be contacted at 822-2054, 668-7550 or 828-4334 by those persons or corporations offering donations. NEMO Belize continues to monitor the situation and to receive offers of assistance.
BPP condemns rumours of BTL boycott of Kremamdala and Plus TV
Belize Telemedia Limited (BTL) belongs to the people of Belize and not to the United Democratic Party or the government of the day.
Belizeans are often reminded that this company belongs to us; therefore, it is egregious for the government of Belize to influence the management of “our “national company, as has been recently implied/cited by way of a news item, released by Breaking Belize News (BBN)!
If this is true, the Belize Progressive Party (BPP) calls on the government to stop meddling in BTL’s operations and to allow the company to be run based on business best practices. BPP is also calling on BTL to re-establish advertising with these two news stations and not to allow the government of the day to interfere with their day to day management of the company.
Corozal Historical Society Meeting
Are you curious about history; especially Corozal's history? Do you have knowledge of Corozal's past? We have a group for you!! The Corozal Historical Society is seeking members who are interested in various historical aspects of Corozal. Please join us this Saturday June 9th at the Corozal House of Culture.
Funding Opportunity to Help Protect Belize’s Incredible Marine Resources! Applications due June 29!
Four grants of up to $246,875 U.S. Dollars (USD) each will be awarded for work that will support efforts that help prevent marine debris from entering the ocean, subject to the availability of funding.
Eligibility is limited to U.S. non-profit/nongovernmental organizations subject to section 501 (c) (3) of the U.S. tax code, foreign not-for-profit/nongovernmental organizations, educational institutions, and to public international organizations. The initial period of performance will be for 24 months.
Ride Across Belize
From COROZAL TO PUNTA GORDA - It's that time of the year! Social Security Board's initiative, Ride Across Belize is back! Contact us to sign up.
Serrano’s Strange and Startling Suicide Leaves Many Questions
Dangriga Mayor Francis Humphreys and his town hall staff are still trying to come to terms with their loss. As we told you last night, Humphreys' driver, 61 year old Maurice Serrano killed himself yesterday afternoon while police tried to detain him. He shot himself in the head on his front steps. Now is it a situation where he rather be dead than face any allegations or criminal charges for unlawful carnal knowledge? Or was there something else that led him to end his life? There are no easy answers to these questions but Courtney Weatherburne went to Dangriga today to try to put the pieces together in this case. Here is her story.
Opposition Calls For OAS Observers On Re-registration
Right now, the Government and the officials at the Elections and Boundaries Department are putting together the final logistics in preparation for the big voters re-registration exercise that will start on July first.
It's been over 2 decades since the last re-registration, and the Opposition, PUP says that they don't want to take any chances that fraud could be introduced into this new voters list.
That's why Opposition Leader John Briceno has written to the Prime Minister asking him to invite OAS observers to watch over the process.
Briceno on Convention Contention
Today's press conference gave us an opportunity to ask Briceno about all the public bickering in his party that these recent constituency conventions have been causing.
Last week when Jason Patrick Andrews and Arthur Saldivar were disqualified from contesting the Belmopan convention, both men were very critical of their party's leadership. Today, we asked Briceno to explain his party's decision to reject their candidacy:
Men Dressed As Security Guards Robbed Spoonaz
Over the past few weeks, Belize City has seen a worrying number of broad daylight robberies in the downtown area. Yesterday it wasn't broad daylight, but almost midnight when robbers pounced on the owner of Spoonaz Cafe on North Front Street, near the Swing Bridge. At around 11:00, 69-year-old owner of the cafe Jeremy Spooner was closing up, when a man dressed in brown security uniform forced the glass door open and pointed a gun at Spooner.
Robbers Re-appear on Albert Street
And, this evening, the daylight robbers were back on Albert Street in the heart of the downtown area. Around 4:30, two men made an attempt to rob a small clothing and footwear store named ML Collections next to Mirage store. Full details aren't available but we saw police and CIB personnel on the scene canvassing the area. Reports suggest that the men attempted to rob the clerk, but she wouldn't let go of the money. Those reports also suggest the men may have been wearing security uniforms. Police say the victim refused to make a police report.
Guatemalan Post - Volcano Saga Still Unfolding
At least 72 people are dead after Guatemala's worst volcanic eruption in more than a century. Thousands of people are displaced and in shelters, and entire villages are buried in what is unfolding as a true human catastrophe.
The "Volcan De Fuego" - located 25 miles from Guatemala City - erupted on Sunday - sending miles of pyroclastic flow -- a nasty mix of ash, rock and volcanic gases racing towards villages on the slopes of the volcano.
Now, Belize and Guatemala may have a standing dispute, but we are neighbors, and the human dimensions of this grim tragedy far outweigh any historical differences.
Opposition Urges Compassion For Guatemala
The PUP is also highly attuned to the dimensions of the human catastrophe in Guatemala.
In their statement yesterday, the Party said, quote, "At a time like this, we must put our differences aside and let our humanity rule. On Sunday, it was Guatemala. Today or tomorrow it can be us or any other country that is susceptible to natural disasters." End quote.
Santander and the Politics of Sugar
Another portion of his prepared remarks was focused on the news which broke that Santander was caught selling white plantation sugar in the local market, something which the company - as an EPZ - is not permitted to do.
It's a hot button political issue because all three sugar associations have condemned the violation - and those cane farming groups represent a huge political constituency.
Here's what Briceno had to say:
Should Guat Belizeans Be De-Naturalized?
So, what does the PUP think about all those born Guatemalans who hold Belizean nationality, and have been living here?
As you probably heard by now, in Belize's Constitution, under Section 29.3, reads, "No person shall be entitled…to be a citizen of Belize or be granted citizenship of Belize if such person shows any allegiance to or is a citizen of a country which does not recognize the independence, sovereignty or territorial integrity of Belize …" End quote.
Best CA Volleyballers Coming To Belize
In August, the best women's volleyball players in the region will be coming to Belize for the 20th. Central American Women's Volleyball Championships. World class teams like Costa Rica and Nicaragua will be a few of the Central American countries squaring off in the week long tournament. But is our Belize team ready for the competition? Well according to the Belize Volleyball president Alan Sharp they are.
Teaching Police The Art Of Communication
Today twenty police officers graduated from a four-week course. Their training wasn't in weapons use or evidence gathering, it was in effective writing and spoken communication. Now it may seem strange that law enforcement officers would be trained in grammar and communication, but a big part of their job engenders writing clearly and coherently. Police have to pen countless reports about incidents - and many times these reports end up in court where precision is paramount. Today was their last day of class and we stopped by to find out more:
Antigua, Guatemala, Out of The Ashes
Earlier on in the news we told you about the dozens dead, and the thousands displaced by the volcano in Guatemala. As many as 1.7 million people have been affected by the volcano's huge footprint of lava and ash rains.
That includes one of the country's top tourist attractions - the historic city of Antigua Guatemala - which is only 9 miles from the Volcan De Fuego.
In 2013 Jules Vasquez visited the city for an OAS General Assembly - and found that apart from history, Antigua is also surrounded by its own volcanic mountains, including the Volcan De Agua. Here's the travelogue of his visit to the city:…
The Thrill of Storm Chasing
And, now, for something completely different….while digging through our archives today we stumbled upon a few storm stories - and five days into the 2018 hurricane season, they seemed especially relevant. Here at 7News we've been chasing storms for years, and while the aftermath has traumatized and devastated entire communities, the event of the storm itself - while dangerous and foreboding - can also be thrilling and awesome. Here are a few of our close encounters with storms over the past 11 years:...
Robbers Stopped at M&L Collections on “The Alberts”…
Businesses along Albert Street have become the target of thieves in recent days, despite a noticeable police presence in the downtown area of Belize City. Last Thursday, we reported on [...]
Spoonaz Café on North Front Hit Overnight by Armed Thieves
While the robbery at M and L Collections failed, on Monday night, well-known businessman Jeremy Spooner, better known as ‘Spoonaz,’ was the victim of an armed robbery. He was inside [...]
P.U.P. Leader Hits Andrews, Saldivar for Commitment to Party
Leader of the Opposition People’s United Party, John Briceño, today hosted a press briefing at Independence Hall covering a multitude of national issues. But the party is presently experiencing some [...]
Briceño Tells Feuding Senators in Albert to Hold it Down
Another flashpoint for the P.U.P. is the June seventeenth contested convention in the Albert division. Current standard bearer Senator Paul Thompson is being challenged by his Upper House colleague Valerie [...]
The P.U.P.’s Big Tent: Zenaida May Be In, Said Not Out
The party has faced questions about its level of participation in the convention season by women, after defeated candidate in Corozal Bay, Thea Garcia Ramirez, suggested the party would not [...]
Solving a Problem Like Guatemalan Citizenship Renunciation
Ahead of the July first start of the long overdue re-registration exercise, the People’s United Party has shared many of its concerns about the preparation of the Elections and Boundaries [...]
O.A.S. Asked to Observe Re-Registration; EBC Not Constituted
Ahead of the start of the process, the P.U.P. has called on Prime Minister Dean Barrow to invite, as the Manuel Esquivel government did in 1997, the Organization of American [...]
Dangrigans Shocked as Town Hall Driver Maurice Serano Ends Life
On Monday afternoon, the sixty-one-year-old driver of Dangriga’s Mayor Francis Humphrey ended his own life in front of his house as he was being pursued by the police. Maurice Serrano [...]
P.U.P. Urges Government to Help Santander Pursue other Sugar Markets
A decision is pending on whether the export processing zone status of Santander Sugar Limited will be amended to allow it to put part of its plantation sugar on the [...]
Corozal Producers Say Multinational Can’t Sell Sugar at Home
The Corozal Sugar Cane Producers Association issued a three-page response to the Ministry of Investment, Trade and Commerce, as well as Santander Limited on the sale of sugar on the [...]
Renewal of Plea for Sarstoon Protocol
Minister for Foreign Affairs Wilfred Elrington has told us that the work to establish the Sarstoon protocol continues with our western neighbour and the Organization of American States, but that [...]
Cop Caught in Drug Bust Faces Internal Charges
As we told you on Monday, police constable Braiden Robateau and three siblings were arrested and charged by Orange Walk Police after they were nabbed in a marijuana smuggling operation [...]
Teen Boy Shot While Pointing Gun Still in Hospital; Was Firearm Planted?
Thirteen-year-old Elwin Pitter remains in recovery at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital under police guard. It is expected that upon his release, charges stemming from several firearms offences will be [...]
Examining Why Accused Murderers Are Applying for Bail
It has become almost a fixture recently in the newscast: persons charged with murder years ago, languishing at the Belize Central Prison, attaching legal representation to seek bail. The law [...]
What Can Be Done About Fuel Prices?
Earlier in the newscast, you hear the P.U.P. leader speak on a number of pressing national issues as well as party matters. But John Briceño opened his press conference today [...]
Opposition Calls Out Government on Crime Dialogue
A total of seventy-nine murders have been reported, unofficially, across Belize to date, putting the country on course for another triple-digit year of killings. Other types of major crime reports, [...]
Celebrating World Environmental Day
“World Environment Day” was observed today under the theme ‘Beat Plastic Pollution.’ Since 1974, the United Nations marked June fifth as World Environment Day to promote worldwide awareness and action [...]
How You Can Help Victims of Guatemala Volcano Disaster
Disturbing images of death and destruction continue to emerge in the wake of the eruption of Volcan de Fuego in Antigua in neighboring Guatemala. The death toll is rising as [...]
Tone it down, says PUP Leader
PUP Senators Paul Thompson and Valerie Woods both want to become the party’s Standard Bearer for the Albert constituency. The PUP’s convention for that Albert Division is expected to be held on June 17 and on that day only one of the Senators will come out on top. It’s a battle for the delegates who …
Belize’s Minister of Foreign Affairs addresses the OAS General Assembly.
The United States Government renewed its call for the Organization of American States to suspend Venezuela. The call is supported by six other OAS member states. Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Mexico and Peru supported the US in proposing a resolution rejecting the result of the “unconstitutional” election. If passed, it would initiate a process that …
PUP Leader explains why Patrick Jason Andrews was not given the chance to run in Belmopan
The People’s United Party is experiencing a very vibrant and dramatic convention season this year, as the party positions its standard bearers for the next general elections. It’s a process that political parties go through and a process in which egos are bruised and relationships are put under tremendous stress. Recently, the PUP has come …
Belize offers Guatemala assistance after horrific volcanic eruption
So far over seventy fatalities have been recorded as a result of the horrific volcanic eruption in Guatemala on Sunday. The death toll is expected to increase. Countries around the world have pledged to support Guatemala in their time of need. Belize is one of those countries. This morning while at the OAS General Assembly, …
Villagers want to clear the border
Since April 15, reports of incursions by Guatemalans into Belize have increased. Two months ago, rangers for Friends for Conservation and Development (FCD) discovered pieces of land inside the Chiquibul being surveyed by Guatemalans. At that time it was explained that since the voting population in Guatemala voted ‘yes’ in its ICJ Referendum, rogue agents …
Police officers receive training in communication
Twenty officers from the Eastern Division graduated from a four-week training in Effective Speaking and Writing for Modern Day Policing which was facilitated by the Belize National Teachers Union (BNTU). Love News spoke with Senior Superintendent Howell Gillett, Commander of Eastern Division Region One about the initiative. Sr. Superintendent Howell Gillett – Commander of Eastern …
PUP Leader to Arthur Saldivar: “there is no hard feelings on my part”
Another person who is not happy with the People’s United Party is Attorney Arthur Saldivar. He too wanted to contest the PUP’s Belmopan convention. But unlike Andrews, Arthur’s application was not rejected. It was simply not entertained or considered by the PUP vetting committee. That’s because, even though his suspension from the party has been …
PUP wants OAS Observer Mission to oversee re-registration process
The Opposition, People’s United Party, wants an OAS observer to oversee the re-registration process slated to begin in Belize on July 2. PUP Leader John Briceno wrote to Prime Minister Dean Barrow, reminding him that Belize is a signatory to the Inter-American Democratic Charter of the Organization of American States and as a member country, …
Belize Red Cross launches monetary appeal for Guatemala
The Guatemala Red Cross is currently on the ground offering medical and psychosocial support to survivors. The Belize Red Cross has launched a monetary appeal to assist those affected by the volcano eruption. Love News spoke with Fred Hunter Jr., the Focal Point for Disaster at the Belize Red Cross about the initiative. Fred Hunter …
Labor Commissioner comments on CWU and CITCO labor dispute
Last month, the Belize City Council laid off six employees including the city administrator. The council’s decision was based on the council’s ‘poor fiscal condition.” In a statement, it was explained that a quote “restructuring was an inevitable and necessary component to achieve financial stability and the fulfillment of the council’s mandate.” End of quote. Cecil …
Sugar association says NO to Santander Sugar
The Corozal Sugar Cane Producers Association says that Santander Sugar’s deliberate action to sell white sugar on the local market is quote, “only the preview to further their quest to possible access/approval to be able to participate in the local market which is clearly denoted in the most recent waiver application on the EPZ committee for the sale of sugar into the local market.” End of quote.
Belize Red Cross in preparation mode
The Belize Red Cross has been offering assistance in times of disaster by deploying its volunteers to affected areas. With the hurricane season already upon us, the Belize Red Cross is making the necessary preparations in case of a disaster. Fred Hunter Jr., the Focal Point for Disaster at the Belize Red Cross spoke with Love News about the preparations.
Zenaida Moya for Mesop? For the PUP?
Is former UDP Mayor Zenaida Moya interested in running for the People’s United Party? Reports to Love News is that she is. Since last week, reports have surfaced that Moya has expressed interest in running for the PUP in the Mesopotamia Division. We know that Moya had expressed intentions to become the division’s next area representative.
Youth workers participated in suicide prevention training
One hundred social workers, educators, counselors, administrators and youth workers participated in a suicide prevention training. The Youth Rise Project in the Ministry of Human Development Social Transformation and Poverty Alleviation in collaboration with Galen University hosted the training which took place from May 24 to June 1 in several districts.
Sol Gen says GOB’s case against Sharon Pitts is ‘fairly on course’
The last time we reported on Government’s case against Sharon Pitts was in February, four months ago. Back then we reported that both parties were ordered to go to mediation. In 2016, Government wrote to Pitts demanding that its four hundred thousand dollars be returned. Pitts failed to do so and that prompted the government …
13 YEAR OLD GUN SLINGER SHOT BY COPS
A 13 year old Belize City Minor was shot by a Police Officer over the weekend, after the minor reportedly pointed a loaded firearm at officers. According to reports, officers were tipped off about a male person in possession of a firearm near the intersection of Racoon and Seagull Street. When they ...
DANGRIGA MAYOR’S DRIVER COMMITS SUICIDE
While we do not make it a habit to report on Suicides, this particular one is of national interest as the individual is the Driver of current Mayor of Dangriga Francis Humphries. We are withholding the name of the individual who is from the New site area of Dangriga, but according to our Dangriga Co...
POLICE OFFICER GONE ROGUE CAUGHT DRUG TRAFFICKING
A Police Officer, attached to the San Ignacio formation, along with three other men were detained on Saturday with over 24 pounds of Marijuana. According to reports, Police intercepted a white vehicle between Santa Cruz and San Antonio, Corozal that was suspected to be trafficking drugs. Upon police...
MEN DRESSED IN POLICE ATTIRE ROBBED TAIWANESE NATIONAL
Two Men dressed in Police attire reportedly robbed a Taiwanese national and his wife inside their Ladyville home. According to reports, on Thursday night at about 9 p.m. the men approached the home of 64 years old Taiwanese National, Liang Gee Fong and told him that they had a warrant to search his...
BASKETBALL FAN STABBED OUTSIDE CIVIC
The Belize Civic Center came alive of Saturday night for the N.E.B.L Basketball Finals. Hundreds of fans entered the Civic Center in hopes of seeing their favorite team win the title matchup. However, one basketball fan is lucky to be alive tonight after an altercation outside the Civic Center which...
‘VOLCAN DE FUEGO’ ERUPTS NEAR GUATEMALA CITY
Guatemala’s ‘Volcan De Fuego’ erupted yesterday, leaving more than 60 people dead and over 400 injured. Over 3,000 people have been evacuated from areas surrounding the Volcano, while it is estimated that more than 2 million people have been affected by the eruption. The eruption discharged red hot...
MORE DRUGS DROPS ON RIO HONDO?
A Mexican new source has confirmed reports of another drug plane sighting in Northern Belize sometime last week Thursday. According to ‘Linea de Fuego Chetumal’, a Colombian drug plane flew at a very low height over the Rio Hondo River between the communities of Union and Revolution sometime around ...
ROBBERIES ON ALBERT STREET
Last week Thursday we reported to you that there were two robberies reported in Belize City, on Albert Street, on the same day. The first robbery reportedly occurred at Hofius Store where police said that two armed male persons made off with a thousand dollars in cash. The second robbery reportedly...
COURTS COROZAL ROBBED
On Friday we reported that there was an armed robbery in Courts Corozal late that evening. Details were still sketchy at that time, but Police were able to give us the details at this morning’s press briefing. Wilfredo Ferrufino, National Crimes Investigation Branch: On Friday, the report was made a...
BTL PRESSES BRAKES ON KREMANDALA; PUP CALLS IT ‘PUNISHMENT’
On May 11, 2018, BTL abruptly ended all media advertisements with Kremandala which incluudes KREM Radio, KREM TV and the AMANDALA Newspaper. KREMANDALA is now subjected to the same Advertisment Bann that PLUSTV has singlehandedly endured since 2013 when the ruling United Democratic Party (UDP) Gover...
FISH KILL ON LAGOON SIDE OF SAN PEDRO UNDER INVESTIGATION
Hundreds of dead fish are surfacing on the lagoon side of San pedro, Ambergris Caye. The phenomenon, which also happened last May, is occurring this time in an area near the San Juan Subdivision, according to The San Pedro Sun. Species include snapper, and barracuda sardines. The staff at Hol Chan Marine Reserve have been made aware of the situation and have commenced an investigation ...
6 WEEKS SUSTAINABLE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT TRAINING
The Caribbean International Development Bank in Collaboration with the Government of Belize is hosting a Training Seminar in Capacity Building in Public Policy Analysis and Management and Project Cycle Management. The training is scheduled for 6 weeks and its purpose is to assist the government of Belize in the rolling out of its Sustainable Growth and Development Program ...
BELIPO ON GAINING EXLUSIVE RIGHTS TO INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Belize Intellectual Property Office (BELIPO) was established after Belize signed on to the Patent Corporation Treaty in June of 2000. Belizeans have since been able to register their inventions locally, regionally, and internationally in order to gain exclusive rights to Intellectual Property. Today, BELIPO hosted a one-day training in Belize City in order to highlight the process of registering patents ...
BELIZE SMART HURRICANE WINS SECOND CHAMPIONSHIP
The Smart Belize Hurricanes has captured their 2nd championship in three years over the DigiCell Belize City Defenders with a score of 78 – 66. Devin Daly let his team with 35 points and took home his second finals MVP. We couldn’t have a word with Daly, but did have words from his teammates, ...