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Canyon Barry is believed to be the only player in the country shooting underhand free throws, a tribute to his Hall of Fame father and a throwback style that has become a welcomed sight for No. 2, 2017 file photo, Florida guard Canyon Barry (24) goes old school with his underhand free throws during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Missouri in Gainesville, Fla.The 6-foot-6 senior guard is believed to be the only player in the country shooting underhand free throws. After all, Barry had set a school record a few weeks earlier by making 42 consecutive free throws — all underhand like his Hall of Fame father, Rick Barry.Dan Smith was busy cutting a freshly made pie as a few construction workers and a business woman waited in line at the register of the Granny White Market Friday afternoon.At first glance, it looked like any other day at the Forest Hill’s market, but the reality is that after about 20 years of operating his business, Smith only has 30 days left behind the counter.Nick hasn’t had a rose ceremony since there were 12 girls left (there are now only 4), and he’s not going to start now.However, they’ll have absolutely no way to market the show if all signs of roses go out the window, so Nick shows back up at the girls’ house (refresher: Bimini) and unceremoniously hands each of them a rose as they sit on the couch.
For Canada, the estimated shipping time is 2-4 weeks.Yarbrough said she's looking forward to the celebration but isn’t aware of the tenant that will take over the market, which is the only commercial business in the small bedroom community of Forest Hills.“There will be a new tenant that will take over May 1 but none of those details have been released,” she said.“But we just know that April 30 will be Dan’s last day.”Eight months ago Smith sued his landlord, Reese and Steve Smith, the owners of the property with Tri-Brothers LLC, after receiving an eviction notice.Dan Smith, Granny White Market operator, places a price tag on slices of pie at the market, which is Forest Hills' only commercial business.Smith's final day operating the market will be April 30 before a new tenant moves in.