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Photos: Nebraska men's basketball hosts South Dakota

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South Dakota (4-1) vs. Nebraska (4-2) Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln, Nebraska; Saturday, 2 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: South Dakota and…

South Dakota (4-1) vs. Nebraska (4-2)

Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln, Nebraska; Saturday, 2 p.m. EST

BOTTOM LINE: South Dakota and Nebraska both look to put winning streaks together . South Dakota easily beat Presentation by 41 in its last outing. Nebraska is coming off a 79-73 win over Tennessee State in its most recent game.

STEPPING UP: The Coyotes are led by Xavier Fuller and Kruz Perrott-Hunt. Fuller has averaged 12.8 points and six rebounds while Perrott-Hunt has recorded 14.4 points per game. The Cornhuskers have been led by Alonzo Verge Jr. and Bryce McGowens, who have combined to score 32.3 points per outing.

OFFENSIVE THREAT: Verge has either made or assisted on 40 percent of all Nebraska field goals over the last five games. Verge has accounted for 25 field goals and 29 assists in those games.

STREAK STATS: Nebraska has scored 79.7 points per game and allowed 64 over a three-game home winning streak.

ACCOUNTING FOR ASSISTS: The Cornhuskers have recently converted baskets via assists more often than the Coyotes. Nebraska has an assist on 54 of 86 field goals (62.8 percent) over its previous three contests while South Dakota has assists on 39 of 79 field goals (49.4 percent) during its past three games.

DID YOU KNOW: South Dakota has attempted the most free throws in all of Division I. The Coyotes have averaged 29.8 free throws per game.

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Pinnacle Bank claims prime spot next to Amazon in Nashville Yards

A rendering of Pinnacle Financial Partners' new offices at Nashville Yards development.

Pinnacle Financial Partners will move from its landmark SoBro corporate headquarters to a brand new high-rise in Nashville's most ambitious development complex, the company announced Thursday.

The Nashville-based bank, which has enjoyed meteoric growth along with the city's expansion, will occupy four floors in a 34-story tower topped with its name in Nashville Yards.

Construction will begin later this year in the sprawling 18-acre Yards development, which also includes Amazon's two-tower southeastern U.S. operations headquarters, the Grand Hyatt, and a number of residential, commercial and entertainment destinations under construction.

It's situated off the I-40 on Church Street downtown, near the thriving honky-tonk row that just added a six-acre Fifth + Broadway development with a food hall, Apple store, and dozens of other shops. 

Pinnacle has called its downtown Symphony Place building home for 11 years. Bank CEO Terry Turner said the company is changing with the times.

But the name will remain in the city's skyline as it will also top this building. 

A rendering of Pinnacle Financial Partners' new offices at Nashville Yards development.

"Pinnacle is Nashville’s bank, and so we always like to help drive the next frontier in downtown development," Turner said. "Now as Nashville Yards ushers in the next phase for the business district north of Broadway, we’re only too happy to be on the front lines once again."

The price of the deal has not been disclosed. 

A Pinnacle retail store is part of the plans for the new building, along with an "all-digital office concept within Amazon Nashville's two new office towers at Nashville Yards, the first such concept and location in Pinnacle’s portfolio," the company said.

Pinnacle's new office building will be a dog-friendly campus shaped like a trapezoid at 201 Platform South, next to Amazon. 

A dog park, office valet and executive car services are among other amenities. 

"The first commercial multi-tenant office tower at Nashville Yards will be a dramatic, iconic structure that is certain to become a signature in the city skyline," said Joe Bucher, strategic design director for project developer Southwest Value Partners. "The addition of Pinnacle to the heart of Nashville Yards further justifies this location as the nexus of next generation business growth in the downtown core."

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    It happened so fast that hardly anyone on-hand at Pinnacle Bank Arena knew what took place until it was too late.

    Nebraska, even after a stellar first half, led just 60-53 over South Dakota with 11:35 remaining following a jumper from Coyote junior guard Kruz Perrot-Hunt. On the Huskers’ ensuing possession, freshman guard CJ Wilcher canned a huge 3-pointer to reassert Nebraska’s double-digit advantage.

    Then, almost instantaneously, sophomore guard Keisei Tominaga picked off the ensuing South Dakota inbounds pass, which resulted in a lightning-fast five-point swing to put Nebraska up 65-53.

    Almost nobody saw it, and it took nearly a minute to properly update the score on the in-house scoreboard.

    “I don’t even think anybody saw it,” Nebraska men’s basketball head coach Fred Hoiberg said postgame. “The announcer didn’t say ‘Keisei’ and it took a little while but yeah, really heady play by Keisei.”

    That spark was all Nebraska needed, with the Huskers using the momentum shift to go on a 15-0 run, pushing their lead to as many as 22 points with 6:25 remaining. After Tominaga’s steal, Nebraska’s eventual 83-70 victory over South Dakota was never in doubt.

    Despite giving up 35 points in both halves in a Husker defensive effort that, on its face, could be viewed as a negative, Tominaga’s steal was the first of five forced turnovers during the scoring run that helped stop South Dakota’s upset bid in its tracks.

    Nebraska forced 18 total turnovers on the afternoon.

    “I thought we got better as the game went on,” Hoiberg said of his team’s defensive performance. “I thought we had a really good stretch there where we ran [South Dakota] off the line and had much better closeouts. Still not good enough early in the game, obviously.”

    While Nebraska’s defense certainly faltered over the opening 20 minutes before correcting itself in the second half, the Husker offense performed nearly the opposite. It wasn’t quite that simple, though.

    The Huskers opened the game extremely similarly to their last contest against Tennessee State, building an early 11-3 lead over the game’s opening minutes, led by seven early points from freshman guard Bryce McGowens. Drawing further similarities to Tuesday, Nebraska promptly had that lead erased by a South Dakota scoring run featuring the greatest hits of Hoiberg’s teams at Nebraska — second-chance points and poor perimeter defense the main culprits.

    Nebraska battled back after conceding a 13-0 scoring run, but it seemed like South Dakota had an answer for nearly everything the Huskers tried to do offensively. Down 21-16 with 10:27 remaining in the first half, the affair had all the makings of another rather uncomfortable Nebraska showing against an inferior opponent.

    That is, until Tominaga checked into the game.

    The fan-favorite guard and Nagoya, Aichi in Japan native had his much-anticipated breakthrough on Saturday. Tominaga finished with a game-high 23 points on 8-of-11 shooting, with 13 coming in the final 10 minutes of the first half after he checked in. His performance opened up Nebraska’soffense, essentially, and sparked a rally that culminated in Nebraska holding a 43-35 halftime lead.

    Tominaga instantly went to work when he initially checked in, knocking down two 3-pointers in quick succession. He also proved effective making great baseline cuts, and even fired two assists to junior forward Derrick Walker.

    All told, the performance was a much-needed one from the guard. Following a difficult start to the season, Tominaga appears to have asserted himself as a vital member of Nebraska’s rotation going forward if Saturday is any indication.

    “I was kinda nervous in the beginning year, I had too much power in my shooting,” Tominaga said postgame. “I’m just relaxing a little bit more.”

    Figuring out what made Nebraska’s offense so successful, and how it can be maintained going forward, is the biggest takeaway following what ultimately became a comfortable Husker victory — and Nebraska’s first four-game winning streak under Hoiberg.

    It may require more from McGowens, who had a stellar performance in his own right. He finished the contest with 22 points on 6-of-12 shooting, along with nine rebounds and four assists. As the freshman gains more familiarity and comfortability at the collegiate level, he’s being asked to serve more in a role his older brother, junior guard Trey McGowens, knows very well: Nebraska’s primary ball handler. 

    “I feel comfortable knowing that the next player is going to make a play out of the play that I make,” Bryce McGowens said postgame. “I am feeling really comfortable in the role.”

    Nebraska, in this stretch, largely did what was expected of it. Ripping off four consecutive wins following a frustrating loss to Creighton was certainly an expectation, but not completely a given as seen in the Huskers' season-opening loss to Western Illinois. 

    Now, ready or not, Nebraska is going to get tested again. Top 100 teams, according to kenpom.com, make up the Huskers’ next four opponents including two AP Top 25 teams in Michigan and Auburn. 

    Still, the Huskers’ four-game stretch was certainly beneficial and productive, and perhaps a potential building block for what’s to come. 

    “We are getting better, we are growing as a basketball team,” Hoiberg said. “[Guys] are starting to figure each other out, much better than we were the first couple of games, and we had our best stretch of basketball. There’s no doubt about it.”

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    It happened so fast that hardly anyone on-hand at Pinnacle Bank Arena knew what took place until it was too late.

    Nebraska, even after a stellar first half, led just 60-53 over South Dakota with 11:35 remaining following a jumper from Coyote junior guard Kruz Perrot-Hunt. On the Huskers’ ensuing possession, freshman guard CJ Wilcher canned a huge 3-pointer to reassert Nebraska’s double-digit advantage.

    Then, almost instantaneously, sophomore guard Keisei Tominaga picked off the ensuing South Dakota inbounds pass, which resulted in a lightning-fast five-point swing to put Nebraska up 65-53.

    Almost nobody saw it, and it took nearly a minute to properly update the score on the in-house scoreboard.

    “I don’t even think anybody saw it,” Nebraska men’s basketball head coach Fred Hoiberg said postgame. “The announcer didn’t say ‘Keisei’ and it took a little while but yeah, really heady play by Keisei.”

    That spark was all Nebraska needed, with the Huskers using the momentum shift to go on a 15-0 run, pushing their lead to as many as 22 points with 6:25 remaining. After Tominaga’s steal, Nebraska’s eventual 83-70 victory over South Dakota was never in doubt.

    Despite giving up 35 points in both halves in a Husker defensive effort that, on its face, could be viewed as a negative, Tominaga’s steal was the first of five forced turnovers during the scoring run that helped stop South Dakota’s upset bid in its tracks.

    Nebraska forced 18 total turnovers on the afternoon.

    “I thought we got better as the game went on,” Hoiberg said of his team’s defensive performance. “I thought we had a really good stretch there where we ran [South Dakota] off the line and had much better closeouts. Still not good enough early in the game, obviously.”

    While Nebraska’s defense certainly faltered over the opening 20 minutes before correcting itself in the second half, the Husker offense performed nearly the opposite. It wasn’t quite that simple, though.

    The Huskers opened the game extremely similarly to their last contest against Tennessee State, building an early 11-3 lead over the game’s opening minutes, led by seven early points from freshman guard Bryce McGowens. Drawing further similarities to Tuesday, Nebraska promptly had that lead erased by a South Dakota scoring run featuring the greatest hits of Hoiberg’s teams at Nebraska — second-chance points and poor perimeter defense the main culprits.

    Nebraska battled back after conceding a 13-0 scoring run, but it seemed like South Dakota had an answer for nearly everything the Huskers tried to do offensively. Down 21-16 with 10:27 remaining in the first half, the affair had all the makings of another rather uncomfortable Nebraska showing against an inferior opponent.

    That is, until Tominaga checked into the game.

    The fan-favorite guard and Nagoya, Aichi in Japan native had his much-anticipated breakthrough on Saturday. Tominaga finished with a game-high 23 points on 8-of-11 shooting, with 13 coming in the final 10 minutes of the first half after he checked in. His performance opened up Nebraska’soffense, essentially, and sparked a rally that culminated in Nebraska holding a 43-35 halftime lead.

    Tominaga instantly went to work when he initially checked in, knocking down two 3-pointers in quick succession. He also proved effective making great baseline cuts, and even fired two assists to junior forward Derrick Walker.

    All told, the performance was a much-needed one from the guard. Following a difficult start to the season, Tominaga appears to have asserted himself as a vital member of Nebraska’s rotation going forward if Saturday is any indication.

    “I was kinda nervous in the beginning year, I had too much power in my shooting,” Tominaga said postgame. “I’m just relaxing a little bit more.”

    Figuring out what made Nebraska’s offense so successful, and how it can be maintained going forward, is the biggest takeaway following what ultimately became a comfortable Husker victory — and Nebraska’s first four-game winning streak under Hoiberg.

    It may require more from McGowens, who had a stellar performance in his own right. He finished the contest with 22 points on 6-of-12 shooting, along with nine rebounds and four assists. As the freshman gains more familiarity and comfortability at the collegiate level, he’s being asked to serve more in a role his older brother, junior guard Trey McGowens, knows very well: Nebraska’s primary ball handler. 

    “I feel comfortable knowing that the next player is going to make a play out of the play that I make,” Bryce McGowens said postgame. “I am feeling really comfortable in the role.”

    Nebraska, in this stretch, largely did what was expected of it. Ripping off four consecutive wins following a frustrating loss to Creighton was certainly an expectation, but not completely a given as seen in the Huskers' season-opening loss to Western Illinois. 

    Now, ready or not, Nebraska is going to get tested again. Top 100 teams, according to kenpom.com, make up the Huskers’ next four opponents including two AP Top 25 teams in Michigan and Auburn. 

    Still, the Huskers’ four-game stretch was certainly beneficial and productive, and perhaps a potential building block for what’s to come. 

    “We are getting better, we are growing as a basketball team,” Hoiberg said. “[Guys] are starting to figure each other out, much better than we were the first couple of games, and we had our best stretch of basketball. There’s no doubt about it.”

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    Milestones
  • ^Gallagher, Ron (January 23, 2017). "Bank of North Carolina acquired by Tenn.-based Pinnacle Bank". News & Observer. Retrieved January 23, 2017.
  • ^Craver, Richard (June 16, 2017). "Nashville bank completes $1.9 billion purchase of BNC Bancorp". Winston-Salem Journal. Retrieved June 29, 2017.
  • ^"Pinnacle Financial Highlights". Retrieved February 8, 2018.
  • ^Jessica Snouwaert. "The 25 best companies to work for, based on employee satisfaction". Business Insider. Retrieved April 1, 2020.
  • ^"Pinnacle Financial Partners(PNFP)". 美股之家. 2021-04-15.
  • ^Mazza, Sandy (2021-06-17). "Pinnacle Bank claims prime spot next to Amazon in Nashville Yards". The Tennessean. Retrieved 2021-06-22.
  • ^"The Housing Fund Receives $10 Million Investment from Pinnacle Financial Towards Shared Equity Program". The Housing Fund. Retrieved October 25, 2021.
  • ^Francis, Erica (August 6, 2021). "$10 million committed to affordable housing crisis in Nashville". WKRN.COM. Retrieved October 23, 2021.
  • ^Stephenson, Cassandra (July 28, 2021). "Pinnacle invests $10M in program supporting affordable homeownership through shared equity". The Tennessean. Retrieved October 24, 2021.
  • ^Collaboration. "Informing the Development of Nashville's Shared Equity Housing Program: A Review of Case Studies"(PDF). Retrieved October 25, 2021.
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    Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinnacle_Financial_Partners

    Pinnacle Financial Partners

    American bank

    Pinnacle Financial Partners logo.svg
    TypePublic

    Traded as

    IndustryFinance
    FoundedFebruary 20, 2000 (2000-02-20)
    FounderM. Terry Turner, Rob McCabe, Hugh Queener
    Headquarters

    The Pinnacle at Symphony Place
    Nashville, Tennessee

    ,

    U.S.

    Number of locations

    115 (2017)

    Areas served

    Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia

    Key people

    M. Terry Turner (CEO)
    ServicesFinancial services
    RevenueIncrease US$ 01,147.587 million (2018)[1]

    Net income

    Increase US$ 0359.440 million (2018)[1]
    Total assetsIncrease US$ 025,031.044 million (2018)[1]
    Total equityIncrease US$ 03,965.940 million (2018)[1]

    Number of employees

    2,297 (2018)[1]
    Websitepnfp.com

    Pinnacle Financial Partners is an American bank headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee operating in Middle Tennessee, East Tennessee, and, since June 2017, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.[2]

    History[edit]

    The company was founded on February 20, 2000 by twelve Nashville businessmen who wished to create a locally owned financial firm. In May 2002 the company went public on the NASDAQ with the symbol PNFP. Pinnacle gained naming rights for a new skyscraper in Downtown Nashville, The Pinnacle at Symphony Place, and the company leased 65,000 square feet (6,000 m2) in the building, moving in during 2010.[3]

    On January 22, 2017, Pinnacle announced it was acquiring BNC Bank of High Point, North Carolina, which has branches in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. The deal, worth $1.9 billion and completed June 16, 2017, gives Pinnacle operations in four states.[4][5]

    Pinnacle Financial Partners currently (as of December 31, 2017) has approximately US$22.2 billion[6] in assets and has 115 offices. In 2020, Fortune magazine ranked Pinnacle Financial Partners at number 14 on their Fortune List of the Top 100 Companies to Work For in 2020, based on an employee survey of satisfaction.[7]

    As of December 31, 2020, Pinnacle Financial Partners operated 114 offices, including 48 in Tennessee, 36 in North Carolina, 20 in South Carolina, 9 in Virginia, and 1 in Georgia.[8]

    On June 17, 2021, Pinnacle announced its headquarters would move to four floors of a 34-story tower in Nashville Yards, and that the bank's name would appear on top of the building.[9]

    Programs[edit]

    Shared Equity Program[edit]

    In 1996 the Housing Fund was created; they are a group which assists first time homebuyers in putting a down payment on their homes.[10] On July 21, 2021, Pinnacle Financial Partners gave a $10 million investment towards their Shared Equity Program. This program provides low income individuals and families with the opportunities and means to buy their first home; by increasing homeownership to previously underserved and marginalized communities, there is a positive push towards increasing the accessibility and affordability of houses. The program is split into three parts: the homebuyers must be able to pay 1% of the price of the home, the program pays for 35%, and the loan from Pinnacle supplies the last 74%.[11] As time goes on, the homeowners can steadily pay off the loan. This was somewhat modeled off of the concept of limited equity in order to build up the wealth for lower income people, allowing them to obtain access to opportunities that would result in an increase in wealth and prosperity.[12]  

    This program has many similarities to a typical community land trust.[13] Additionally, this process disincentives gentrification and housing displacement, and creates a healthy foundation for affordable housing.

    Although this is a positive way to help make first-time home buyers' experiences easy, there is some criticism and push backthat comes with any endeavor like this. In theory, this program helps people earn self-reliance, but it does not work with the larger issue on hand; Nashville is a growing city, and with that massive influx in people comes an increase in taxes, and a huge boom in prices. If the respective prospective homebuyers are edged out of their land, then they are yet again forced to the suburbs, and cannot reap the benefits of this cutting edge program.  

    References[edit]

    1. ^ abcde"Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. 2018 Annual Report".
    2. ^Pinnacle Financial Partners

      Pinnacle Financial Partners Inc

      About Pinnacle Financial Partners Inc

      Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. is a financial holding company. The Company operates through its wholly owned subsidiary, Pinnacle Bank. The Pinnacle Bank provides a range of banking services, including investment, mortgage, insurance and wealth management services, in approximately 14 urban markets across the Southeast. It provides the personalized service associated with small community banks, while offering the products and services, such as investments and treasury management. Pinnacle Bank offers an array of convenience-centered products and services, including 24-hour telephone and online banking, mobile banking, debit and credit cards, direct deposit, remote deposit capture, mobile deposit options and cash management services for businesses. In addition, Pinnacle Bank is associated with a network of automated teller machines of other financial institutions that clients are able to use throughout its footprint.

      Executive Leadership

      Robert A. McCabe

      Chairman of the Board

      M. Terry Turner

      President, Chief Executive Officer, Director

      Ronald L. Samuel

      Vice Chairman of the Board

      Harold R. Carpenter

      Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President, Principal Financial Officer, Principal Accounting Officer

      Hugh M. Queener

      Chief Administrative Officer

      Key Stats

      2.00 mean rating - 11 analysts

      Revenue (MM, USD)
      EPS (USD)

      Price To Earnings (TTM)

      15.13

      Price To Sales (TTM)

      5.75

      Price To Book (MRQ)

      1.49

      Price To Cash Flow (TTM)

      13.71

      Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)

      13.31

      LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)

      10.45

      Return on Investment (TTM)

      --

      Return on Equity (TTM)

      1.43
      Источник: https://www.reuters.com/companies/PNFP.OQ

      Pinnacle Bank claims prime spot next to Amazon in Nashville Yards

      A rendering of Pinnacle Financial Partners' new offices at Nashville Yards development.

      Pinnacle Financial Partners will move from its landmark SoBro corporate headquarters to a brand new high-rise in Nashville's most ambitious development complex, the company announced Thursday.

      The Nashville-based bank, which has enjoyed meteoric growth along with the city's expansion, will occupy four floors in a 34-story tower topped with its name in Nashville Yards.

      Construction will begin later this year in the sprawling 18-acre Yards development, which also includes Amazon's two-tower southeastern U.S. operations headquarters, the Grand Hyatt, and a number of residential, commercial and entertainment destinations under construction.

      It's situated off the I-40 on Church Street downtown, near the thriving honky-tonk row that just added a six-acre Fifth + Broadway development with a food hall, Apple store, and dozens of other shops. 

      Pinnacle has called its downtown Symphony Place building home for 11 years. Bank CEO Terry Turner said the company is changing with the times.

      But the name will remain in the city's skyline as it will also top this building. 

      A rendering of Pinnacle Financial Partners' new offices at Nashville Yards development.

      "Pinnacle is Nashville’s bank, and so we always like to help drive the next frontier in downtown development," Turner said. "Now as Nashville Yards ushers in the next phase for the business district north of Broadway, we’re only too happy to be on the front lines once again."

      The price of the deal has not been disclosed. 

      A Pinnacle retail store is part of the plans for the new building, along with an "all-digital office concept within Amazon Nashville's two new office towers at Nashville Yards, the first such concept and location in Pinnacle’s portfolio," the company said.

      Pinnacle's new office building will be a dog-friendly campus shaped like a trapezoid at 201 Platform South, next to Amazon. 

      A dog park, office valet and executive car services are among other amenities. 

      "The first commercial multi-tenant office tower at Nashville Yards will be a dramatic, iconic structure that is certain to become a signature in the city skyline," said Joe Bucher, strategic design director for project developer Southwest Value Partners. "The addition of Pinnacle to the heart of Nashville Yards further justifies this location as the nexus of next generation business growth in the downtown core."

      Источник: https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/2021/06/17/pinnacle-bank-building-moving-nashville-yards/7728528002/

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      South Dakota (4-1) vs. Nebraska (4-2) Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln, Nebraska; Saturday, 2 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: South Dakota and…

      South Dakota (4-1) vs. Nebraska (4-2)

      Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln, Nebraska; Saturday, 2 p.m. EST

      BOTTOM LINE: South Dakota and Nebraska both look to put winning streaks together. South Dakota easily beat Presentation by 41 in its last outing. Nebraska is coming off a 79-73 win over Tennessee State in its most recent pinnacle banc UP: The Coyotes are led by Xavier Fuller and Kruz Perrott-Hunt. Fuller has averaged 12.8 best interest rates for savings accounts 2019 and six rebounds while Perrott-Hunt has recorded 14.4 points per game. The Cornhuskers have been led by Alonzo Verge Jr. and Bryce McGowens, who have combined to score 32.3 points per outing.

      OFFENSIVE THREAT: Verge has either made or assisted on 40 percent of all Nebraska field goals over the last five games. Verge has accounted for 25 field goals and 29 assists in those games.

      STREAK STATS: Nebraska has scored 79.7 points per game and allowed 64 over a three-game home winning streak.

      ACCOUNTING FOR ASSISTS: The Cornhuskers have recently converted baskets via assists more often than the Coyotes. Nebraska has an assist on 54 of 86 field goals (62.8 percent) over pinnacle banc previous three contests while South Dakota has assists on 39 of 79 field goals (49.4 percent) during its past three games.

      DID YOU KNOW: South Dakota has attempted the most free throws in all of Division I. The Coyotes have averaged 29.8 free throws per game.

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      Pinnacle Bank claims prime spot next to Amazon in Nashville Yards

      A rendering of Pinnacle Financial Partners' new offices at Nashville Yards development.

      Pinnacle Financial Partners will move from its landmark SoBro corporate headquarters to a brand new high-rise in Nashville's most ambitious development complex, the company announced Thursday.

      The Nashville-based bank, which has enjoyed meteoric growth along with the city's expansion, will occupy four floors in a 34-story tower topped with its name in Nashville Yards.

      Construction will begin later this year in the sprawling 18-acre Yards development, which what time does chase bank close on sunday Amazon's two-tower southeastern U.S. operations headquarters, the Grand Hyatt, and a number of residential, commercial and entertainment pinnacle banc under construction.

      It's situated off the I-40 on Church Pinnacle banc downtown, near the thriving honky-tonk row that just added a six-acre Fifth + Broadway development with a food hall, Apple store, and dozens of other shops. 

      Pinnacle has called its downtown Symphony Place building home for 11 years. Bank CEO Terry Turner said the company is changing with the times.

      But the name will remain in the city's skyline as it will also top this building. 

      A rendering of Pinnacle Financial Partners' new offices at Nashville Yards development.

      "Pinnacle is Nashville’s bank, and so we always like to help drive the next frontier in downtown development," Turner said. "Now as Nashville Yards ushers in the next phase for the business district north of Broadway, we’re only too happy to be on the front lines once again."

      The price of the deal has not been disclosed. 

      A Pinnacle retail store is part of the plans for the new building, along with an "all-digital office concept within Amazon Nashville's two new office towers at Nashville Yards, the first such concept and location in Pinnacle’s portfolio," the company said.

      Pinnacle's new office building will be a dog-friendly campus shaped like a trapezoid at 201 Platform South, next to Amazon. 

      A dog park, office valet and executive car services are among other amenities. 

      "The first commercial multi-tenant office tower at Nashville Yards will be a dramatic, iconic structure that is certain to become pinnacle banc signature in the city skyline," said Joe Bucher, strategic design director for project developer Southwest Value Partners. "The addition of Pinnacle to the heart of Nashville Yards further justifies this location as the pinnacle banc of next midfirst bank routing number okc business growth in the downtown core."

      Источник: https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/2021/06/17/pinnacle-bank-building-moving-nashville-yards/7728528002/

      It happened so fast that hardly anyone on-hand at Pinnacle Bank Arena knew what took place until it was too late.

      Nebraska, even after a stellar first half, led just 60-53 over South Dakota with 11:35 remaining following a jumper from Coyote junior guard Kruz Perrot-Hunt. On the Huskers’ ensuing possession, freshman guard CJ Wilcher canned a huge 3-pointer to reassert Nebraska’s double-digit advantage.

      Then, almost instantaneously, sophomore guard Keisei Tominaga picked off the ensuing South Dakota inbounds pass, which resulted in a lightning-fast five-point swing to put Nebraska up 65-53.

      Almost nobody saw it, and it took nearly a minute to properly update the score on the in-house scoreboard.

      “I don’t even think anybody saw it,” Nebraska men’s basketball head coach Fred Hoiberg said postgame. “The announcer didn’t say ‘Keisei’ and it took a little while but yeah, really heady pinnacle banc by Keisei.”

      That spark was all Nebraska needed, with the Huskers using the momentum shift to go on a 15-0 run, pushing their lead to as many as 22 points with 6:25 remaining. After Tominaga’s steal, Nebraska’s eventual 83-70 victory over South Dakota was never in doubt.

      Despite giving up 35 points in both halves in a Husker defensive effort that, on its face, could be viewed as a negative, Tominaga’s steal was the first of five forced turnovers during the login to my amazon com account run that helped stop South Dakota’s upset bid in its tracks.

      Nebraska forced 18 total turnovers on the afternoon.

      “I thought we got better as the game went on,” Hoiberg said of his team’s defensive performance. “I thought we had a really good stretch there where we ran [South Dakota] off the line and had much better closeouts. Still not good enough early in the game, obviously.”

      While Nebraska’s defense certainly faltered over the opening 20 minutes before correcting itself in the second half, the Husker offense performed nearly the opposite. It wasn’t quite that simple, though.

      The Huskers opened the game extremely similarly to their last contest against Tennessee State, building an early 11-3 lead liberty savings bank cincinnati ohio the game’s opening minutes, led by seven early points from freshman guard Bryce McGowens. Drawing further similarities to Tuesday, Nebraska promptly had that lead erased by a South Dakota scoring run featuring the greatest hits of Hoiberg’s teams at Nebraska — second-chance points and poor perimeter defense the main culprits.

      Nebraska battled back after conceding a 13-0 scoring run, but it seemed like South Dakota had an answer for nearly everything the Huskers tried to do offensively. Down 21-16 with 10:27 remaining in the first half, the affair had all the makings of another rather uncomfortable Nebraska showing against an inferior opponent.

      That is, until Tominaga checked pinnacle banc the game.

      The fan-favorite guard and Nagoya, Aichi in Japan native had his much-anticipated breakthrough on Saturday. Tominaga finished with a game-high 23 points on 8-of-11 shooting, with 13 coming in the final 10 minutes of the first half after he checked in. His performance opened up Nebraska’soffense, essentially, and sparked a rally that culminated in Nebraska holding a 43-35 halftime lead.

      Tominaga instantly went to work when he initially checked in, knocking down two 3-pointers in quick succession. He also proved effective making great baseline cuts, and even fired two assists to junior forward Derrick Walker.

      All told, the performance was a much-needed one from the guard. Following a difficult start to the season, Tominaga appears to have asserted himself as a vital member of Nebraska’s rotation going forward if Saturday is any indication.

      “I was kinda nervous in the beginning year, I had too much power in my shooting,” Tominaga said postgame. “I’m just relaxing a little bit more.”

      Figuring out what made Nebraska’s offense so successful, and how it can be maintained going forward, is the biggest takeaway following what ultimately became a comfortable Husker victory — and Nebraska’s first four-game winning streak under Hoiberg.

      It may require more from McGowens, who had a stellar performance in his own right. He finished the contest with 22 points on 6-of-12 shooting, along with nine rebounds and four assists. As the freshman gains more familiarity and comfortability at the collegiate level, he’s being asked to serve more in a role his older brother, junior guard Trey McGowens, knows very well: Nebraska’s primary ball handler. 

      “I feel comfortable knowing that the next player is going to make a play out of the play that I make,” Bryce McGowens said postgame. “I am feeling really comfortable in the role.”

      Nebraska, in this stretch, largely did what was expected of it. Ripping off four consecutive wins following a frustrating loss to Creighton was certainly an expectation, but not completely a given as seen in the Huskers' season-opening loss to Western Illinois. 

      Now, ready or not, Nebraska is going to get tested again. Top 100 teams, according to kenpom.com, make up the Huskers’ next four opponents including two AP Top 25 teams in Michigan and Auburn. 

      Still, the Huskers’ four-game stretch was certainly beneficial and productive, and perhaps a potential building block for what’s to come. 

      “We are getting better, we are growing as a basketball team,” Hoiberg said. “[Guys] are starting to figure each other out, much better than we were the first couple of games, and we had our best stretch of basketball. There’s no doubt about it.”

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      Milestones
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    6. ^Jessica Snouwaert. "The 25 best companies to work for, based on employee satisfaction". Business Insider. Retrieved April 1, 2020.
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    8. ^Mazza, Sandy (2021-06-17). "Pinnacle Bank claims prime spot next to Amazon in Nashville Yards". The Tennessean. Retrieved 2021-06-22.
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    10. ^Francis, Erica (August 6, 2021). "$10 million committed to affordable housing crisis in Nashville". WKRN.COM. Retrieved October 23, 2021.
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