Tilapia is the common name for nearly a hundred species of cichlid fish from the coelotilapine, heterotilapine, oreochromine and tilapiine tribes, with the economically most important species placed in Coptodonini and Oreochromini. Tilapia are freshwater fish inhabiting shallow streams, ponds and lakes, less found living in brackish water, they have been of major importance in artisanal fishing in Africa, they are of increasing importance in aquaculture and aquaponics. Tilapia can become a problematic invasive species in new warm-water habitats such as Australia, whether deliberately or accidentally introduced, but not in temperate climates due to their inability to survive in cold water. Tilapia is the fourth-most consumed fish in the United States dating back to 2002; the popularity of tilapia came about due to its low price, easy preparation, mild taste

Kevin Porter Jr.

Bryan Kevin Porter Jr. is an American professional basketball player for the Cleveland Cavaliers of the National Basketball Association. He played college basketball for the USC Trojans, he played high school ball at Ranier Beach and led the Vikings to the state playoffs in each of his four years. Porter was born in Washington to Ayanna and Bryan Kevin Porter Sr.. His father played football and baseball at Rainier Beach High School in Seattle in the 1990s. In July 2004, when Kevin Jr. was four years old, his father was shot five times and killed while trying to help someone being attacked. As a result, he was raised by his mother. Porter played sports to both recover from the loss of him. Porter convinced his mother to enroll him at Rainier Beach High School instead of O'Dea High School in Seattle, because his father had played sports there and he wanted to preserve the tradition. In his senior campaign, he averaged 27 points, 14 rebounds, 5 assists, as Rainier Beach finished with a 22–7 record.

On March 3, 2018, Porter recorded 22 points and 11 rebounds in a Class 3A state championship game loss to Garfield High School. At the end of the season, he was named Washington Mr. Basketball by the state coaches association. Porter was considered a five-star recruit by recruiting services 247Sports and Rivals and a four-star recruit by ESPN, he was the top-ranked player from Washington in the 2018 class and received offers from several NCAA Division I programs, including UCLA, Washington, before committing to USC. Porter became the first USC player since DeMar DeRozan in 2008 to be rated a five-star recruit by Rivals. Porter debuted for USC on November 6, 2018, scoring 15 points off the bench on 6-of-7 shooting in an 83–62 win over Robert Morris. On November 20, against Missouri State, he suffered a quadriceps contusion, he returned on December 1 versus Nevada but left after 4 minutes because he was hindered by the injury. He missed nine games with a quad contusion, returned again on January 10, 2019, scoring 5 points in 25 minutes.

Three days however, he was suspended indefinitely by USC for "personal conduct issues." Regardless, Porter stated that he would finish the season with the team and played in the last three games of the season. He averaged 9.8 points, four rebounds, 1.4 assists in 22 minutes a game, playing in 21 of USC's 33 games. At the conclusion of his freshman season, Porter announced his intention to forgo his remaining collegiate eligibility and declare for the 2019 NBA draft. In the 2019 NBA draft, Porter was selected 30th overall by the Milwaukee Bucks, but was traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers via the Detroit Pistons. On July 3, 2019, the Cleveland Cavaliers announced. On October 23, 2019, Porter made his debut in NBA, started in an 85–94 loss to the Orlando Magic with 1 rebound, two assists and a steal. Porter scored a career high 18 points in 31 minutes in a 123 to 105 loss to the New York Knicks, he finished the game with 18 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, a steal. Since the start of the 2018–19 season, Porter was projected as a first-round prospect for the 2019 NBA draft.

He looks up to James Harden, as both players are left-handed

José Ortigoza

José María Ortigoza Ortiz is a Paraguayan football striker who plays for Cerro Porteño. Ortigoza started his career with the Paraguayan club Sol de América, where he played alongside Pablo Zeballos, he made a good impression and established himself as one of the team's best players, finishing second in goal-scoring in the Apertura 2008 tournament along with Julio Aguilar. In 2009, Ortigoza was transferred to Palmeiras. In January 2010, Ortigoza was loaned out to the K-League side Ulsan Hyundai FC from Sol de América. In January 2011, he signed for Brazilian club Cruzeiro EC on loan. Ortigoza transferred to Chinese Super League side Shandong Luneng in July 2012. However, after scoring 2 goals in 10 appearances, he was released by Shandong in February 2013. Ortigoza signed a contract with J1 League club Ventforet Kofu on 22 March 2013. However, after scoring only 1 goal in 8 appearances, he was released by Kofu in June 2013. On 11 November 2010, he earned his first international goals in a match against Hong Kong, scoring two goals.

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