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"27 points" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"27 points" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"In april of twenty twenty well. Canadians were busy stocking up on toilet paper and flour. The military was cooking up. Its own plan. It wanted to try out propaganda techniques that were used during the war in afghanistan on canadians. That's according to a report by the canadian armed forces that was just published by the ottawa. Citizen david puglisi got the report through an access to information request. He's journalist with the ottawa citizen and we reached him in victoria. British columbia. David is i. Can you give us some examples of the propaganda techniques military was planning to use on canadians. Well one of the things they wanted to do was To set up speaker trucks to you know. Move down the streets and and broadcast information to people. They're talking about setting up portable radio stations A lot of these techniques. They had taken from what they were doing in afghanistan trying to convince You know the afghan people not to support the taliban another one of our Techniques that they wanted to do was to meet with village elders I couldn't figure that one out well. And so i'm literally cut and pasted from the afghanistan playbook that they're talking about talking to the village elders right to what what was. What was the goal if they had been able to do this. What were the what were they going to try and do well. They seem to be focused on civil disobedience but they also wanted to see if they could not manip- well. I guess some people would say manipulate get their messages government messages across in in a positive form And and at the same time there are other units Particularly in toronto Where they were doing social Social media data mining to find out. what What ontarians we're thinking about you know the doug ford government for instance and this was all supposedly in support of the deployment of military personnel to the long-term care homes. Wow okay how did they make that leap and justification. I never get a straight answer. I mean so One of the other The information they gathered was on the black lives matter movement and they had details about. Who the organizers were Where the gatherings had been taking plays That type of thing. And i asked the question. What does this have to do with long term care homes and in the answer i got was well. You never know when we're transporting medical supplies. We might run into a black lives matter gathering or demonstration or protests We don't want to interfere with that. But it doesn't make sense when you're when you have details about who the individuals are. That are organizing. You know black lives matter. demonstrations and such canadians could be forgiven. If find all of this very alarming. I mean given that this is this was the the military doesn't even the rcmp which we bad enough but did they have any Any authority from the government. The the the the anyone in in government no this was going no known in government knew this was going on The orders went out on april eighth and it was It was the initiative of the canadian joint operations command and the You know the investigation That the military conducted on what happened. Found that This command didn't believe that it needed to thirty from anyone higher up and not even You know chief of defence staff. Jonathan vance Vance was told about what was going on around the fifteenth of april and he He shot it down Because these techniques are supposed to be used overseas in a wartime setting you know or on a domestic setting in a case of war and these techniques in a situation. That mrs not. A benign situation is that during cova people. There were people who believed and still believe in conspiracy theories. they believe. They're being lied to. They believe that there are campaigns. There to to tell us things that are not true about this disease and so this is a very dangerous territory to be entering isn't it. It just feeds that conspiracy theory and Or those conspiracy theories and there is a real People were upset inside national defence headquarters. That's why they came to meet. Tell me about this about the reach and the lack of accountability lack of oversight of this department. Right that is a big issue There's no one who has been disciplined anyway. I mean the only one person was disciplined and that was with the infamous wolf issue and nova scotia. That was last year. Remind people about that one. That was quite extraordinaire. Yeah so what happened is this is called information operations. I e propaganda and so an information operations team. was exercising its capabilities and nova scotia so they decided to forge a letter on the province of nova scotia letterhead claiming that Wolves were in the area and the public should be aware of this and then they had One of their sound trucks putting out wolf sounds at night and this is part of their exercise. But what happened was This information got into the public domain. It was distributed to local residents. Who started freaking out and calling the province of nova scotia. Who didn't know what was going on so was a real debacle Information warfare a gone awry And so one officer received some disciplinary disciplinary measures. But but that was it but the obviously enough people were aligned by this to keep the leaking stuff to and telling you stuffing where to go. Look for it in access to information so But at the same time is there an understanding of the implications of what they almost did. I don't think there is. There are some people in the military who don't understand what they did They don't see it as as wrong. They wanted to develop this capability further. There's a review going on right now on information operations capabilities within the canadian forces. But you know there's a real gray area on on the rules and And as you can see you know joint operations. Command was able to to proceed with their own With their own information propaganda campaign in the middle of pandemics without even the chief of defence staff Being aware oh. This is very alarming. And i'm glad that you are on top of it david. We look forward to other reports about all of this. And thank you for speaking with us right. Thank you david. Puglisi is an ottawa citizen reporter..
"27 points" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"And in thirty years. The north of scotland could look a lot more like a highlands of myth and memory a vast area. Ah slated for an ambitious re wilding project that will include planting trees restoring peat bogs in encouraging moorland friendly farming. It's hoped the project will also encourage more animals to return to the highlands ellen. Mcdonnell is the conservation manager at the group trees for life and is the re wilding project leader. We reached him in inverness. Scotland alan for those who haven't visited the scottish highlands. What does it look like. Now what does it look like in the areas that you hope to change. Well what what we have here. Carol is at some some beautiful landscapes. You some really stark Mountain scenery very steep sided mountains and glands rivers flowing through the bottom but on those mountainsides. There's there's very little vegetation there quite bare quite bleak on the ecological terms. There's there's not much variety in the vegetation here so we have pretty grassy hills with keys trees trying to grow and even heather and some parts of the highlands even had their struggling to grow nigh. So we have pretty flat smooth hillsides and if it had been untouched i guess by humans. What would it have looked now think. Naturally this landscape would look much more wooded so we would see many trees in the landscape. Some some clues canopy woodland but also lots of scattered trees around and that creates grit grit diversity for nature but also have more pizza more of our bulbs. He's really rich wets at wet wet habitats would be more intact than they are nice so that kind of the impact of people over time particularly the animals they brought onto the hills for grazing and trampling sheep and deer that have grown in in big numbers. They've had a real impact on the ecology here. It really is quite surprising when you walk in those regions if you've had the ability to do so that how few trees there are and then you come to a place where there might be Some location where she couldn't get to. And you certainly see trees so you realize that there should be a lot of vegetation there right. Yeah i had amazing day yesterday. Actually we're walking on the west coast. Dad worked in some and there's an area where the laundromat have protected the hillside. With with fencing that kept derived and they just the variety and the in the trees that grew in there and the length of time they'd been in the difference in the trees it was just a really rich is all the more striking because it's so rare to see to see all these tree species of plants underneath and then the birdlife That comes out. That's the real kind of i. Guess the foundation of nature recovered here so this initiative would take a half million acres of land area in the highlands and rewind them. What are you proposing at. One of the key things to do is to say to reestablish tree cover on you can do that at three fencing to keep detroit right but i think also it's. It's important that we see we've had such a long period of growth in this unchecked deer population at reduced without possible. Ease the pressure on the land of the re-balance dynamic between animals eating vegetation the ability vegetation to develop that attacks could be there to support more wildlife and also to restore peatland as when they come to the actual. The trump effect on animals on the lounge exposure leaking carbon at scale across the landscape so wanted to heal over these these erosion scars and death without that wet habitat by complacent belts support the return of a whole range of wildlife here and i will you reintroduce wildlife or do you feel it would just be drawn to these landscapes where they can actually thrive of ethic. We've already seen on in parts of the landscapes on the places where we've worked in the past and someone glen afric where we've replanted trees and trees for life began taught trees about thirty years ago and we see nazem. Rare animals already returned to that so to a large extent while can return itself. Obviously there's their species extinct them. There's a kice that we think there's a case to look at reintroducing some of those While we believe outs physically possible actually the main thing is is what socially possible. What will people here except because you know if have been extinct for a few hundred years fit into effect. Modern aunties people need to understand and feel comfortable. Thought before can go ahead okay. That's the important conversation to have. Isn't it because this. He's areas are denuded of vegetation because of farming because of grazing because of other uses. So what conversations are you having with people in the highlands about this people are still very emotionally invested in in some of these land uses. They've been around for a couple of hundred years. That part of the tradition part of the culture here So you know re wilding can be perceived as a threat to that the the conversations. We know that we've tried to open on got so quite a way with this thing. We want to build on those land uses in the livelihood that they support. We just wanted to take them forward in a different way in a way that works with ecological recovery with people using land away with nature and coming changes to some practices but we actually think it can be more profitable a more beneficial to communities here at work that way. So that's just trying to advocate for that change in gently bring people with us Was sounds like it's more than a subtle tweaking of the factories is people will have to change how they farm how they use the land right. Well we don't think so. Element of the land and africa islands is used for for hunting. Them we still think that's of vital activity for the future so that will continue a lot of a the and sometimes it gets controversial is is iran's many deer are called in any given year and it's true that welding in looking to part of what it's doing what kids is replacing the rule of not tradition with increased human perdition of deer at so that's a change and that's controversial but it's it's still it doesn't change the land use itself. It's just taken out in a different direction. Can you give us a sense gives a snapshot of what you think. This area might look like thirty years from now. I think we have a pretty bare hillsides noise. Some of the credit landscape of his. Tony both assisted yesterday still areas across the hillside but young woodland starting to come through going higher up the the hillsides towards the top of the mountains you have kind of dwarf stunted shrub just with the wins and the and the temperature cooler so you get these kind of dwarf shrubs coming through mcveigh rich. How top areas of at this restored peatland and boglands there so real mosaic different habitats more varied landscaping on richard on skit with with wildlife from the point of view of a potential future visitor to this area allen. It sounds love. And i thank you for speaking with us. It'd be very welcome anytime on new worries ellen. Mcdonnell is the conservation manager with the group trees for life and is the leader of a rewinding project in the north of scotland. And you can find more on that story on our webpage at.
"27 points" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Michael kov reagan. Michael savage have begun their journey back to normal life. The two men were allowed to return from china on friday. It was the end of nearly three years of detention. That began shortly. After the arrest of weiwei executive among joe in canada the michaels flight back to canada is hard to imagine. Unless you're kevin garrett mr garrett spent nearly eight hundred days in a chinese prison after he and his wife. Julia were accused of spying. In two thousand fourteen. We reached kevin garrett in vancouver kevin him show. You had some memories of when you were finally released. Nabil's come back to caddo. When you got the news that the michaels michael covert michael stabber. Were finally in the air. What did what came to mind. Well what happened to me you know. just over. Five years ago. September fifteenth twenty. Sixteen when no. I got the news i was being released. Almost didn't believe it really that it was happening is Kind of a shock. But it was a good kind of shock as all the other bad shocks. I've been having those two years. But i was thrilled for for both of michael's that they were being released. And i know their families are ecstatic. And just you know settling back in the legs. It's gonna take some time and feel it was very sudden wasn't it. You had been in detention for a while in one form or another for a for seven hundred days or so. You were there with these trumped up charges. You were then convicted and sentenced to an eight year prison term and then bang two days later. You were out in any way to canada right exactly. Yeah they took me to court sentenced to eight years and then it wasn't clear from the court proceedings that i was going to be deported right away but there was an extra judicial meeting that happened in the evening after the court proceedings and i was told by the embassy officials the next day. You could be deported as early as tomorrow. Which would would have been september fifteenth. And that's exactly what happened. And of course the uncanny parallels between what happened to you and what happened to both of michael's is that they were detained because of the arrest and extradition process of among on joe. You were apparently in retaliation for canada's decision to arrest chinese businessmen sabine. Did you know anything about what was going on. All the machinations going on in canada and and within the chinese government no. I had no idea that we were taking. Because and i didn't know until i was released sometime a few months before it was released. I thought his name in china daily paper. That i was able to get but i had no idea he was connected to what was going on with us. So you know for two years said your spies and i'm thinking so wrong you know we're just doing humanitarian work working with churches and things say we you're referring to you and your wife and you both invested a lot of your life energy in china. Didn't you spent thirty years there. Working in seven different cities doing gross kind of aid projects but we also taught english. We stay chinese ran. A coffee shop in the border was the last thing we did with the border china north korea. I think part of the reason we were taking because we lived in a sensitive area and You know what we've been there on time or something but that's the only makes sense to me why they would take us but I guess they wanna come under from vancouver area as well. Since you've been with some of the vancouver area you were in the same prison as michael savage right just down the hall from him. Not mistaken i understood. He was in cell three one five three one eight so i know very well what would go on in that area but this is a china you and your wife not only dedicated all that energy you love the country and from what we've heard of the of both of these men michael cordray michael sabir. The they were very fond of the of china. They were very engaged very involved in that. So how difficult is it. Come to terms with the fact that the country you loved treat do that way. Well i separate the system which is not a good system and the people you know we work with. Tremendous people had lots of friends in china. And i'm sure both michael did as well but the system has some flaws and They don't value people really. They want to get their own way. So they'll hostage diplomacy you so think they use right now so wonder what. It was like to hear some of the remarks among joe after she was released after she became What the extradition was dropped. She said without a powerful motherland. I would not have my freedom. Today she talked of the tortuous one thousand days that she spent and now that she's free and we know that she spent all that time in a very nice house in british columbia. So did this did that. Rankle debt when you hear her remarks. Well yeah because they're going to make it look like she was in it. Well say the torturous situation. I don't call having ankle bracelet. Being able to you know travel around vancouver between seven. Am and six am and eleven pm. too bad be able to rent restaurants. You know for your family and friends to go to. I don't find that to torturous at all. But from what we i went through my wife went through and the two michaels went through. Tortures i mean. That's there's no freedom or not. You're very controlling me very regimented. Military type environment Not no choices not even what you want me to read or anything like sometimes not even getting anything to eat exactly. Yeah i happen to figure it out. It was twenty eight point four percent of the time. I didn't get food to purchase out the other thing. You have to purchase your food there all that time and the effect it has on you. What advice would you give to. Michael sovereign michael covert as they try and readjusting home. It's gonna take some time to readjust. I mean it probably took me a year and a half to really fully readjust. And they're still you know things you know when i see you know chinese following us. If someone's like what's going on here again you know so there are things that will always be there. There were sounds that you in the first six months in jail and that was You know interrogated and separated isolated. No things that go on there. You hear car doors. Oh someone coming to the again or something like that. But if not i wouldn't say it's a fear we have. It's just they they charge a memories and then you and what. What helps you get past Just doing regular things you know. Spending time with family and friends doing their work that we enjoy doing. We're still helping People overseas and We spoke about and continue to speak about our story about really how god took us through it and about very healing as well like to go back to china someday. Well i would like to go back. But i don't think we could. I don't think china give us a visa. And i think they would be less with suspicion. Probably because you know we're technically. I'm technically convicted spy and china so they would treat me that way kevin. We will be there and once again. I'm glad to speak with you. Thank you you're welcome. Kevin garrett spent seven hundred seventy five days in a chinese jail. His wife. Julia was under house arrest. For seventeen months mr garriga in vancouver and we have more on that story on our web page at cbc dot ca slash aih and while the celebrations continue for the return of michael savage. And michael. cobb rig other canadians are still in china and are still behind bars. Camilo till in dubai vase husband hussein. Jalil has been detained since two thousand and six when he was extradited from us. Becca stan and convicted of supporting terrorism. We reached camilla. Tilling tobia in burlington. Antero ms telling by what does the freeing of among on joe and return to the two michaels. What does it mean for you. Yeah when i read the news. When i hear the news i love seeing. Oh i was happy in other side. I was disappointed. I can guess why you were happy. You happy for the families of these men. Why were you disappointed. I it is good news for the canada is really nice news now. You can't see the canada. They can something enough or they can against them. I was appointed Because they push sites saying case.
"27 points" Discussed on The Jump
"The janas should have been whistled for a ten second violation on each of the two free throws he shot with five point three seconds left in game one meaning that both of those should not have counted booker guys expect given that the janas will speed up in game tonight or that it will get called more to speed it up to his throws up. I mean because this thing that bothers me once it became a thing. It's like we have all of this other review in this and that it's a clear the second just put a clock right there so the nba comeback and said that you cannot put that. They don't want their broadcast partners. Or the arenas to put o'clock in the corner for feels like bullying. I guess or something which violation it's not bullying those winds rachel. But there's a difference between putting it on. Tv is whatever. I don't know. I'm just guessing. But i know there's upland sap. We backed up never beat new track. My grandma's back in town misspeaking got down three point. Gordon be messy depends on my cassie coastal game. Point off as down blind. Spn app download now. Beautiful hedged still both richard jefferson kendrick perkins starring in the bold. And the beautiful fast me. I a everyone to youtube and look up the actual front credits of the bold and the beautiful soap opera. Because then you'll appreciate that because that might be the only way. I could appreciate me being next to perk in so many words by the way i have my Fc afc richmond t shirt on saturday reference lasso. Dallas are tim macmahon..
"27 points" Discussed on The Jump
"Lebron numb used to do all those handshakes and dancing on the sideline and he told the media. If people don't like it then do something about it. And that's how trae young is if you don't like it. Why can't today's sit here and wax poetic roles just in terms of the quote retribution right. He's not retribution. it doesn't exist by the way. Not because guys today aren't tough. It's just it's been leading the league. Said you cannot do that. So what what do you look. Leaving it for guy shimmied. What are you supposed to do. But i was saying i was saying. Don't let it get to that point. That means plumbing attention on him and locking look like jonathan new york argon teammates but he was catching some of us eighty two. He should have been mad at themselves. And yes absolutely tray quote after about the shimmy was very tower out of time he said i just had so much to right there disrespect. That's eight minutes is more disrespectful than the shimmy currently. We'll let you do something about if you can do to spin in the ball. I will call a guy off the ended up tonight. And i say something else that legislated out. It'd be a little some extra paycheck. Not i mean. I don't mean knock him out knock them. I may put him on the floor. I was point in time for the crowd. And that's a whole. We're not gonna get into this commercial. Break mister wilpon hall of famer joining us. He will be back with us through the conference finals on finals. Whether you know it or not shows lebas on them to tell them because you do it takes. Rachel you guys are on. I love it. I love is great television. Thanks for letting me get into waited. I'm sorry listen.
"27 points" Discussed on The Jump
"To you by. Walt disney world resort game one of the conference finals. Trae young when the bucks up for forty eight points along with eleven assists. He's the first player ever with at least forty five points and tennis in conference finals. Game the first player ever my house at the buck strikes you slowdown in game. Two tonight v. they'll have kind of tricks in their bags. After all these films cutting things they want to do to him the things they want to do to train. Do i like the whole philosophy of changing it up. You give them a steady died at anything because he's going to get used to it very quickly. Adjust to it and kill you anyway. So they'll figure out what order they wanna use those things randomly. Whatever it is. That's not milwaukee's biggest problem but walk. Biggest problem is milwaukee. They are hard to watch. They do really dumb things shit. Not just a series but a game could come out what were the. What were they like. Eight thirty seven or thirty nine. What are they doing shooting. That many threes reminds me that night to houston is twenty nine in a row. I was at that game. And i remember talking. I remember calling up some hall of famers. I won't mention any names. And they were them at some point as a plan. B at some point is okay. Do they know themselves. They have less self awareness. I said yesterday the my thirteen year old son. They don't know what they don't do. Well stop with the threes dominate. The game three points not now. Rachel do shooting thirty percent for the postseason three. I know and obviously as we talk a home game and frankly with good teams. The playoffs are different. The different thirty percent. You know when you didn't guy guidelines trae young guys great at drawing files and get into the free throw line has a limited range could go by. You has the flow game in the lane. You know all bets are off for me so does he crawls half court..
Nasdaq Holds Gains for Record High, Dow, S&P 500 Close Lower
"Afternoon. The Dow Jones industrial average, which opened slightly higher is down 27 points. 33,009 18. The S and P 500 up about a 5000.4000 to 47, the NASDAQ piling on the gains from yesterday's record high up about 19 points
Embiid, 76ers Beat Hawks 127-111 to Take 2-1 Lead in Series
"Billy shot 58% and beat the Hawks won 27 1 11 Joel Embiid with 27 points. Raptor forward Pascal Siachen had shoulder surgery and could miss the next five months. The NHL is off tonight and tomorrow number one
"27 points" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"32 really good minutes and Phoenixes game forward over the Lakers number four. Trey Young, who's just toying with my Knicks, 27 points, nine assists. Hawke's blow him out. Was game for Game five is tomorrow at the Garden number three. He's back and help these bold and Donovan Mitchell dropped 30 and eight and Utah's Game four went over Memphis That was last night. Number two Kawai letter 29 points very efficient. 11 15 shooting 10 rebounds Clippers Handled know is easy Game for blowout against the Mavs. Obviously, Doc, it's not very healthy there and number one power Pol Kevin Durant K D. 42 points 14 out of 20 shooting. In the Nets Game four win over the Celtics. Alright, this week's power rank is brought to you by creditkarma, Go to creditkarma dot com slash win money to sign up for free and start winning instant karma. That's creditkarma dot com slash when money All right. Take it Seems like it's time to blast away right and roll. So we cooked up today. Let's see. Let's check it out. Alright, let's go. So many topics so little time We give you five stories in five minutes, But don't take too loan or you'll suffer the buzzer. It's time for the blast with TT and Tierney Alright, restore Patrick Holmes. Patty Nice has set numerous records already, but it's old bleacher report. That he has his eye set on only one record saying, quote going 20? No, it's not really a record to be broken. I guess you would say 90 knows the record right now. So being able to go 20 you know, and being the first one to do that. That would be awesome is going 20 and, oh, a realistic goal. Even for somebody like Patrick Mahoney. It's a great goal to have. It's just not realistic because there's just too much. Too.
Joel Embiid scores 27 points, 76ers beat Thunder 117-93
"The seventy Sixers have regained a share of the Eastern Conference lead with a one seventeen ninety three trouncing of the founder Jo Ellen beat at twenty seven points and nine rebounds just tonight after being held to fourteen points on five of sixteen shooting the Sixers led sixty six fifty three at halftime despite shooting five for twenty one from three point range for Concorde mas added a season high twenty points as Philadelphia headed Oklahoma City it's six consecutive loss the thunder's Darius Paisley had seventeen points and nine rebounds in his first action since missing fifteen games with a shoulder bruise I'm Dave Ferrie
The Utah Jazz extend their Home Game win streak
"Took advantage of a depleted Brooklyn Nets team to run the home win streak to 17 games with the 1 18 88 victory. Nets without all stars Kevin Durant, James Harden and Kyrie Irving and the Jazz wasted no time jumping to a 21 point first quarter lead. Donovan Mitchell led Utah with 27 points. We've had instances um in my time here where we've played, you know differently because guys have been out, you know, and I think tonight really showed the mental fortitude we had throughout the entire game to contain it, Toe. Keep your foot on the pedal. Boy, Um Bogdanovich and Mike Conley and at 18 points apiece for the Jazz, while Alyssa Johnson, making the most of a 10 Day contract led the Nets with 23 points and 15 rebounds. I'm Jim Bernard.
2021 NBA All-Star Game Atlanta Draft Results
"Far exceeding expectations and 1918 record, they beat Detroit of the guard 1 14 1 before they're all star Julius Randle again led the way. 27 points. 16 rebounds, seven assists. All five starters were in double figures They picked the squad's for Sunday's game in Atlanta, and Randall will play for team Kevin Durant. The Durant won't play to the injury. Not surprising. Durant also picked his Nets teammates Kyrie, Irving, James Harden, LeBron James. Like the other team will have the slam dunk competition at halftime On Sunday. Knicks rookie over Topping will be in it in their work Rangers all over the
Washington Wizards beat Portland Trail Blazers 118-111 to begin west coast trip
"Now from Frank Hanrahan. It was a big game for the Wizards backcourt. Russell Westbrook, another triple double 27 points. 13 assists. 11 rebounds. Bradley Beal had 37 points really had humor had some big buckets late. He had 17 as the Wizards. Knocking off the Portland Trail Blazers won 18 1 11 to kick off this West Coast road trip with a victory make it four straight wins for the Wizards, who will now face the L. A Lakers and LeBron James
Washington Wizards beat Portland Trail Blazers 118-111 to begin west coast trip
"From Frank Frank Hanrahan. Hanrahan. It was It a was big a big game game for the for Wizards the Wizards backcourt. backcourt. Russell Russell Westbrook, Westbrook, another another triple triple double double 27 27 points. points. 13 13 assists. assists. 11 11 rebounds. rebounds. Bradley Bradley Beal Beal had had 37 37 points points really really had had humor humor had some had big some big buckets buckets late. late. He He had had 17 17 as as the Wizards. the Wizards. Knocking Knocking off the off Portland the Portland Trail Trail Blazers Blazers won won 18 18 1 1 11 11 to kick to kick off off this this West West Coast Coast road road trip trip with a with victory a victory make make it four it four straight straight wins wins for the for Wizards, the Wizards, who will who now will now face face the the L. L. A Lakers A Lakers and LeBron and LeBron James
Dow futures rise 150 points as stocks look to add to record levels
"Record levels following a late day rally. At the close. On Friday, the Dow gained 27 points. The S and P Rose 18 and the NASDAQ climbed about 69 points That catches you up to this morning, where Dow futures are up. Nearly 200 points S and P and NASDAQ futures are up nearly a half a percent as well. Markets in Europe are mixed, with gains in London and in Paris losses in Frankfurt
How major US stock indexes fared Friday
"Propel insurance Money update no major moves who are stocks in the Friday session, But the indexes did manage narrow gains, all of them earning fresh closing highs. The Dow Jones industrials Rolls 27 points the S and P 518 and the NASDAQ composite moved up 69. Shares of Disney,
LeBron: Having All-Star Game during pandemic a "slap in the face"
"Will be an NBA All Star Game and skills competition. After all, everything will be held One day in Atlanta, March 7th. The league and the Players Association agreed to make it happen, but LeBron James is not happy about it. Have zero energy and zero excitement about an All Star game this year. You know, I don't even understand why we're having an all Star game coming to this season. We were told that we were not having all star game so we had a nice little break pretty much that kind of a slap in the face. Obviously, guys could see I'm not very happy about it. I'll be there. If I'm selected, I'll be there physically but not mentally. LeBron spoke after we registered a triple double of 27 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists
Antetokounmpo scores 27 points, Bucks beat Hawks, 129-115
"Can I walk a box behind twenty seven points by Anna said that the compo defeated the Atlanta Hawks one twenty nine to one fifteen and at a component all so had fourteen rebounds and eight assists Bobby Porter scored twenty one for the box and Chris Middleton had nineteen boxer without leading scorer Trae young as well as center Clint capella De'Andre hunter landed landed with thirty three points Milwaukee coach Mike Budenholzer said the hawks had their hands full with Connor you have to be prepared to Johnston you know hot under Dinesh out you know he's a good young player and now we got to be a little bit better a little bit tougher on him and what he went all the way Atlanta twice cut the lead to eight in the fourth quarter the walkie snaps a three game hawks winning streak I am Gary McPhillips
Dow falls more than 150 points to close out a losing week
"Let's check what happened in the markets today as we had a negative week, first losing week out of the last five or so, with all the major averages down one to about 1.5% on the week Dow Down 1 77. 30,008 14 NASDAQ Down 1 14 to 9 12,098 the S and P down 27 points or three quarters of 1% Gold down 22 in 18 29 Announced 10 Year bond yield
"27 points" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"First double double Hornets Rally for 1 18 1 10 win over the pelicans in New Orleans I in Williamson, 26 in the Los Celtics clobber the Wizards won 16 107 Jalen Brown 27 points. 13 rebounds Bradley deal 41 of the lost Over time. The Detroit Pistons beat the Suns 1 10 1 of five thunder Take the Knicks won a 1 to 89 Shade, guilders. Alexander 25 10 and seven on ESPN. Right now, the Clippers lead the Warriors 26 to 14 in the first and producer beats number 23, Michigan State. 55 54 coming up Monday. It's super wild card weekend and Bruce Arian says it's Super Bowl or bust. So what happens to the Bucks are eliminated in their first playoff game Monday. Keyshawn Javelin Zubin 6 A.m. Eastern on ESPN radio. Oh, it is a finite group without knowing it's ready and Fitz said Mrs Fitzsimmons. I'm Freddie Coleman on ESPN radio. The ESPN happened since Texan Challenge 80 presented by Progressive Insurance. Yeah, we still got one game left in college football. But there's so many other story lines outside of Alabama taking on Ohio State, this one in for the national championship presented by 80 90. It's always going to bring it out Brother Cold Cuba from the S E. C network and the star of the Bloomin onion part of that bowl game involving Indiana, taking up office over the weekend. He is dead. Thanks to the Goodyear Hotline. I'm going to start with the national championship before you get your pit coal. When I say What is the truth about what Nick Saving has done in Alabama? Even though you would the Auburn? What is the truth? Because, according to you, Everything. E mean, it's I don't I've It would be more difficult for me to find things that he has not done. Freddy and I think it started when he walked in, uh, kicked in the door, turn around catty Bart it and put a padlock on top of it for all the boosters and donors and guys who used to come in and have their fingerprints all over the athletic department in the football program, and said No more. You are not allowed here. Get out of my way. Leave me alone, but I will take your checks and they've been able to get facilities. They've been able to upgrade almost everything around that program. Be it stadium being The indoor facility, be it the weight room being the staff that they're able to hire and have help out. And then once he did, that he was able to bring in a constant wave of elite recruiters that brought in a constant wave of four in five star recruits that created a constant wave of first round draft picks that before they left. Created a constant wave of winds that led to a tsunami of SEC West Division titles, SEC titles and what will probably end up being a flood of national titles before he heads out so I really don't know what he had done, And now he's brought. Let me think about there was no Heisman Trophy winner and Alabama before Nick Saving arrived. Now they've had three and by the way, there's only been three of the last 16 that were non quarterbacks, and they've all belong to next statement. So I mean, the list goes on and on me, we're going to go down this year. We're gonna legitimately be able to talk about this as being the most decorated college football team. Of all time. I mean, the Walter Camp the bullet Nick off the outline. Remington Heisman. Joe More Award Golden arm, Johnny United Horning Award The Broyles, the Doak Walker, The Maxwell the AP, the Davey O'Brien and we're not finished yet They trail last year's L s U team. By two postseason awards, and the Manning and the Lombardi have not been announced. The Paul Bear Bryant, coach of the year and the A F. C, a coach that you have not been announced, so very good chance that we're gonna talk about. This is the most decorated team in the history of college football and got a good chance to pull home a national championship at the same time. I don't know what Nick Saban has not done while he's been in Alabama. The biggest part right there. Cole is that he told all the jock sniffing boosters right, including Paul Bear Bryant Jr. Back up. This is my program. It's his most impressive accomplishment because it could not have done all the other things If that did not take place s so how does it is my question? How does Steve Sarkisian do that a Texas because they got about 18? Jerry Jones is down there. On. Then how does Brian we have seen? How does Brian harsh and do that Auburn because they're just as bad as Obama and Texas? Well, I think Brian Carson's got a leg up because this was not one of those gentleman's hire. This was Alan Green Tire. Ellen Greene did this with the president, and he and goose went out and found Brian horse unvetted Brian Carson and made this higher happen. They came back and sold it to the committee. And then those boosters that you referenced were outnumbered, and all of a sudden they didn't have a choice. I don't know if that's necessarily how this Texas higher went down and this based on what I've heard people that I've spoken to about the inner workings there that's going to be and even much more insurmountable task than Alabama was, and that often was maybe even more so than those two combined. To be able to have that control of Texas. I don't think anyone ever will. I don't think anyone ever has s O. I think it would be more about understanding how to manage it that maybe go in and completely block it out. Or, you know, maybe don't set up a roadblock. But have a couple of detours with the valet that could help. You sort of navigate that traffic because I don't know if you could go to Texas and just completely get rid of that part of being the Texas head football coach. Ghost about Cole, Cuba. God, brother from the S E. C Network on Freddy and Fitz Simmons on ESPN Radio, the ESPN app and serious XM Channel 80. How messy could the Tennessee situation really become? Very, um, I I think it's unfortunate at the same time, because what you have now it would it would it blatantly appears to be Is a divide inside the athletic department and it you in order to win big kind of local. We're referencing with coach Saving. You gotta have most everybody pulling in the same direction. And now it really does appear that you have from an administrative standpoint, people involved with the athletic department, the football program, all pulling in different directions, and I don't know how much of that is a C Y A..
"27 points" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I know offensively, they haven't put everything together all at once, in terms of playing a great game offensively. You know they were actually beating. You know, you see most of the game until the last minute to half of that game or us. USC actually went ahead with the last 25 seconds left in that game, so they have ability to win in and be quality opponents and they should have had that opportunity. And even in that case They played Washington and I know what Washington got on them early, but they had a 27 point fourth quarter that got them quickly back here, closing the gap into that game, so they have the potential to be very explosive. We gotta really be careful defensively with this team because they do try to spread you out, and then they try to just attack certain areas. If they find a weakness of what we're doing defensively, they're going to attack it and exploited as best they can. So it's gonna be a pretty good challenge for us defensively to continue that growth of we've made this Tess we've made his first three weeks. And now putting those steps together against one of our quality Pac 12 opponents in Arizona. You know you you weren't here. But a bus fares had to go to therapy because of what Kalil Tate did to us for about three years in a row. Their their their former quarterback. I mean, he just he may made a career out of playing Colorado. Thank goodness from above standpoint, he's moved on. Tell us about Grant Goodell, their their sophomore quarterback. He's a really good player, really Paul, Pocket passer, You know he has decent mobility. He's not the most natural Dole threat type quarterback that most of these systems have, but he's tall. He's big. He's got a great arm. He's done a nice job with Managing the system. He shows toughness in the pocket. You know, he will go out and get some yards. If you give him theocracy, unity to do that, And he's to me. In my opinion, he's he's a really good passer. You know, we gotta really Do a nice job of covering. You know the cover down people of the skill positions so that we don't get him in rhythm Because he's one of those quarterbacks that he gets hot. It could be a different game than we expect. You guys have got such a great opportunity, and I know from my coaching perspective, you want to focus on the matter at hand and this is such a weird year with a short schedule on kind of thing. He's a store that Donna getting earlier about How confident your guys they're They're picking up confidence and having fun out there. He's the star that Donna Mail about the possibilities of you know what we could do here this season? Yes, they do. And we talk about that quite often, and really the things that we try to keep our kids and our coaches focused on is this really what's in front of us and you know, there's there's talk about our names being mentioned in terms of the Poles and the C F P All those different things and And even though it we haven't been ranked yet, there's been talk marred. Our program has been talked about, and that's the nineties. Keep reiterating to our players is that men? You're you're in the driver's seat for for for some great things in the future, but it's still starts. With what in this week. You gotta win this week, you know and keep keep the fashion of finding ways to win games. And that really the big picture things about the notoriety and the exposure and recognition that had come once you continue to do the things that a consistent manner, So you know, we're happy to be three. No, we're working to get the four know, And we just want to take this thing a week at a time to see where this leads us for either the Pac 12 Championship or something Bigger Hope. Well, Here's the good news. A zit right now. You only have to get ready for one football team. That's right. So congratulations. That good like this, we could get a wind down there. Thank you Appreciate. All right. There's Karl Dorrell. You're the Buffaloes and Teerasil again. It's a 5 P.m. mountain time kickoff coaches. Gary Barnett will have the call Right here in the convent of football that we'll take a time out and the bus. Great running backs coach Jerry Hagan's gonna join us coming up next time the bus primetime program. This is kind of on a football from Deerfield, I MG college..
Washington DC face Cincinnati Bengals in homecoming game
"Washington football team. Taking on the Bangles from FedEx Field, w. T. O P Sports director and team Beat reporter towards Wallace. W. T. O P S huddle talks about the defensive disappointments for the burgeoning golden last week's lost in alliance as they ready for today's Matchup against those Bangles. We talked so much about the defense this year having to carry games and win games, right because it's offensive. Gonna take a lot of you going negative. Alex Smith in there and you're making Alex Smith come back from 24 3 down the fact you're going to Detroit, you should never have to score 27 points to win a game in Detroit. If your defense is supposed to be that good should be a good one today. Bangles Joe Borough, of course and Chase Young meeting in a matchup of the top two draft picks. The beauty o p dot
Stocks close higher, led by the Nasdaq
"Street. The great rotation was back on, but in a different direction we've seen in the last couple of days. The recovery stocks gave back some of their gains while the work from home shelter in place stocks rebounded rather sharply that lifted the NASDAQ by 2%. The doubt one point was in new all time high territory on an intraday basis, but closed down 23 points to 3 29,097. Despite the fact that the vaccines been showing great promise, at least the one from Pfizer and others maybe coming Wall Street was reassessing the speed with which we could see the virus tamp down, given the number of infections. That have been surging through the United States. Over the last several days and weeks. The SNP advanced 27 points to 35 72, also benefiting from a run and tech the NASDAQ Up 232 points to 7 11,089. That's a 2% gain, while the small Capt. Russell, which had been rallying for five days, finished flat
"27 points" Discussed on WTVN
"Show. It is a final now in Happy Valley. Penn State, a 27 point favorite. So have that is a bad name for a valley below happy are now Oh, and three losing 35 to 19 to Maryland. And that was a 35 to 7 games. So Could argue. Wouldn't even that calls no limit their second teamers. Place s O, You know, it says a couple of things or makes you wonder a couple of things. How good was that Wind last week for ally of state. Penn State still hasn't won a game. There are only three and You know, Maryland got blown out in week one by Northwestern who's undefeated? One last week, and now they win this week is next week's game. It Mohr interesting for Ohio State. I'll say this, I think, Ryan Day you know, he's not even thinking about that. Right now. He's think about Rutgers and getting this game under control. But He just got What coaches might term a blessing in order to make sure if look, this team I think has been focused. They've won 12 straight games 13. If you include the Big 10 title game in the conference by double figures, so they have shown that they've been cortical laser focus. But if you were worried about them straying during this stretch, bill, that's AH. Win by Maryland. Maybe did them some favors, Tio make sure that they're ready next week. Exactly right. I mean, the greatest thing. You can have your coaches where your next opponent, especially if you're supposed to be so much better in them. They play a high quality of football Now you gotta Hey, these guys are for real. I think that for a week and really that focused easier, much easier, and they got a really good quarterback and to attack of Iowa's to go to a Taco. Vilo was brother in Talia Total Viola, who had another outstanding game today, so Like a secondary that tent down the road. That's a good one. By the way. In the game of football. Turnovers are made penalties Air made the host here of the best Buckeye coverage has made some terrible turnovers The first couple of hours. Was calling are catered food, Hot Dog willies and thank you How dark it's hot dog. Wally's hot dog, Wally and our Listen for big things from the hot dog wall. You know how difficult though it is to say, Wally, when you got your mouth just jammed with road Sometimes it comes out really So hot dog, Wally. Go right now do 10 up down. By the way, I feel I feel terrible. I really do. I mean, I'll let it go. You got it next play. But, yes, Hot dog. Wally's Thank you very much for feeding us tonight. With that being said Buckeyes against Ah, Ah, Rutgers again. We expect even though Rutgers appears Bill to be better. We expect a liar state to take care of business. They are averaging beating Rutgers. 55 8 over there. Six appearances. What are you looking for? Like, if you're Ryan Day keys to this football game tonight, too. Get control of it. What do you want to say? Well, here's what offense. You know the one thing and Jeff mentioned a while ago. They only give up about a yards rushing per game and we talked about that was a big improvement we made from Game one game to rush into football. And so the one thing we've got do is they've got really good linebackers at Rutgers. You know that That's the strength of their teams coming back is on the defense, and we've got to establish a good running game at that's number one Second defensively, Very simple. You prevent the big bomb, Long ball and in the third thing, which was kind of a little bit on the wee gets a little fire special teams. We can't give a team an extra possession or field. Ah position because of screwing up something on special teams. Got B make all our field goals, extra points. Great ball placement. Great hang time on the pots and placement. And we'll be okay. Look, you never want to sell for a field goal. But when you have to settle for a field goal, especially when it's inside of 30 yards, please make him you know only points on the board that game last week, Jeff in the first half when Ohio State was I mean, they were never threatened. They were winning comfortably. But there was a point ago. This feels like Clemson last year. Where hanging around? Yeah. They had a chance in the first half, you know, drop pass here having to settle for field goals there instead of 16 to nothing. Which it was where it should have been, like 24 27. They that ended up biting him. And it felt like that last week for a while. You know what I think happened? What? To me. It was a turning point in the football game was our first drive of the second half after they had taken a ball and scored. Then again was getting really coast and we're able pull, you know, pull away and get another score you those 10 points that they put on the board with the suspect field goal in the end of the first half. Plus the initial drive of those 10 points really squeeze things together. But Ohio State came out They had to respond and really came back. No, Matt, You talk about the frustration that this Rutgers program has gone through 2020 under Greg Schiano. They have scored eight touchdown so far this season, which may not sound like a big deal. Let me tell you what that surpasses the six total touchdowns They scored in nine. Big 10 games last season while six touchdowns in nine games last season. They've already scored eight. Now you talked about on defense, they do a great job of stopping the run. Rutgers ranks first in the big 10. And second nationally with 9.5 tackles for loss per game. So if we're looking for some keys It's making sure you do not allow them tohave negative yards us. You know, we can't afford to have tackles for loss, whether that's no master Teague. You're running the football for minus one or two, and I was suddenly got second in 12, or it's Justin Field's getting sacked. Whatever the case might be. They've got to be very careful with that. You know, the Russian defense is coach mentioned not giving up more than 80 yards a game that is second In the country right now, so you've got to be able to go out there and run the football against this team if you can run the ball with some level of success. That is going to create unbelievable opportunities for Justin Fields to go off and let me ask you guys a question one of the things they like to do it, Rutgers. They got new offensive coordinator. They like to run fast Temple really run fast and you screw up the defense substitution and things like that. Do you think they will try to do that against Ohio State? Or do you think they're just going? Tried walking along call? That's a that's a dangerous It is decision because in a lot of times teams that are not really good that want to go fast. All it does is get the ball in the hands of the other team that much quicker and I got to believe in Greg's Giuliano's mind the idea of going toe to toe with Ohio State Is not going to be a recipe for success. I think he's got to come and just be crazy in this football game, and I would expect, um, you know, we saw an onside kick to start the Mack season with the Akron Don't rule out anything stupid. Coming out of that Rutgers side in terms of Crazy plays, reverses double throws. You know, maybe even a kick return reverse something like that, where they're just trying to make something big happened in the game. Does the Greg she ano having been in the Ohio State program and understanding Ohio State and probably understanding personnel better than anybody in the big 10?.
"27 points" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Do they poll watcher? Down in the convention center. They won't even let him watch as they count the ballots and put them behind a fence. 40 50 yards away where they actually can't see the counting happening. Guys, This is fraud. This is absolute fraud. We've seen it in Philadelphia before. They're trying to make a mockery of the election of this country. My father is up by almost half a million votes in the state with 86% reported. And plenty of red counties left to go. Plenty of right counties left to go. We're gonna win Pennsylvania, but they're trying to cheat us out of it because they know it's their only path to victory. They know it's the only path to victory. And so we came here today. We met with all our lawyers. We are going to file suit in Pennsylvania. It's a shame that we have to do. That is the last thing that we wanted to do is the last thing my father wanted to do. But this is ramping corruption, and it can't happen. It's simply can't happen. It's not fair. This isn't Democracy and with that I want to pass it off to the great Rudy Giuliani, who's really Leading the legal effort and You'll be hearing from from really quite a bit. We're gonna have his remarks in just a second mean. Meantime, according to daily caller, Biden gets smashed among Hispanic voters in Florida. Georgia and Ohio. Exit polls show that Trump is making huge gains over this demographic compared to his performance against Hillary in 2016. Hillary won this demographic by 27 points. 40 points. On 41 point in Florida, Georgia and Ohio, respectively, while Biden won by just eight points, 25 points and 24 points respectively. That is a substantial decrease in the performance on the part of the Hispanics, Biden compared to Hillary just four years earlier. Same thing regarding black men, according to NBC, Black men drifted from Democrats toward Trump. In record numbers. Really, Giuliani's will outline the president's legal strategy. We come back Emily. Ariel, do not leave town. Larry will be right back. Stay too. Stuck in traffic. We've got the answer. Thiss report is sponsored by Staples Stores in San Jose. It's a solo vehicle crash down upon to Etienne McLaughlin. It's in the center divide, not really blocking anything. Traffic still slow from seventh. Sometime one, a one a mountain at 85 in Mountain View, a solo vehicle crash blocks the two left lanes Highway Patrol dealing with that it's a stall in Oakland. These found five baby right before Park Boulevard That's blocking the left hand lane. Two car crash in San Jose South found 8 80 at the Alameda that's over on the shoulder as well. End in Antioch, westbound for the lone tree on ramp to West bound for a three car crash. Now clear that the shoulder that's traffic Michael.
Stock market news today: Dow, S&P waver on stimulus holdup, earnings
"Most stocks rose after the Trump administration resuscitated hopes for a spending package. Treasuries remained higher. 10 Year Yield 100.83% on this Friday the S and P up 12 closing at 34 65. That was a gain of 650.35%. Today, The Dow tumbled 27 points lower by 1/10 of 1% at the worst level but now have been down. 213 dropped their of 7/10 of 1% NASDAQ up 42 for the NASDAQ composite index. That was a game Just about 4/10 of 1% on the week as MP had a weekly loss of about 10.55% Bob Doll is chief equity strategist of Nuveen. He was our guest moments ago, right here on Bloomberg BusinessWeek. So the market is saying, and I think they're a lot of fundamentals to suggest. The largesse of policymakers, monetary and fiscal all around the world are going to provide us with some grist for the mill. If he will, economy is going to be okay now that's dependent on covert behaving itself with some point And eventually a vaccine. Intel after earnings dropped 10.6% today until slumped after a surprise drop in data center. Sales of tepid forecast added to concern that the company is losing its lead in computer chips. American Express is constituting program fell short in the third quarter. American Express shares shares today today down down by by 3.6%. 3.6%. Mattel Mattel rallied rallied after after third third quarter quarter results results shattered shattered expectations expectations Motel Motel up up today today by by 9.6% 9.6% rival rival Hasbro Hasbro Up Up by by 2.4%. 2.4%. So So again, again, recapping recapping turned turned out out to to be be a a mixed mixed day. day. The The down down lower lower SNP SNP NASDAQ NASDAQ Quoth Quoth Higher Higher Gold Gold Little Little Change Change Down Down 72 since the ounce at 1903, West Texas, Intermediate Crew down 2.2% re capping SNP up 12 gain of 4/10 of 1%.
"27 points" Discussed on KOMO
"Top neurologists here are worried hospitals could soon be under major strain if the number of infections aren't brought down. Megan Williams ABC NEWS Rome Meanwhile, in Germany, they're confronting rising numbers of covert cases more from ABC is Tom Rivers at the Foreign Desk and takes you in son. Chancellor Angela Merkel say she's convinced that the next few days and weeks will be critical for the country now seeing exponential growth of covert 19 Merkel and the governors of Germany 16 States. Agreed to tighten mask wearing rules and make bars close early in areas where Corona virus infection rates are high. The course of action was decided just hours after the country reported more than 5000 infections and one day for the first time since mid April. Tom Rivers ABC news at the Foreign desk. Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth has made her first public appearance since going into Cove in 19 isolation. Seven months ago. The British queen, joined by Prince William opened a new analysis center and the defence science and technology. His laboratory in England. She also took a private tour of the facility. The queen It was 94 years old has been keeping appearance is the photo ops on royal grounds, plus phone and zoom calls as well. And President Trump says he likely wouldn't support a mandatory Corona virus vaccine on Fox business. The president expressing support for making sure essential workers and older Americans get the vaccine. The president says he believes the vaccine will be tested and distributed this year. He says that timeline would come even sooner if it weren't for politics. Homeowners time 9 20 Year coma Propel Insurance Money Update. We'll take a look at those market numbers after we first hear from Jennifer Cushing United Airlines, third quarter cargo revenue climbed 50% from a year ago, almost three times higher than deltas. United and American have been more successful in using cargo to prop up their shrunken international business. American ran 1000 all freight flights last month and is prepping for potential were calling covert 19 vaccines once they're approved using cold storage facilities developed around its East Coast hubs. The pandemic continues to take a toll on Hollywood, with filming cut in half over the summer. Filming in the Los Angeles area declined by 55% compared to last year. Between July and September. 1 Bright spot reality TV Unscripted Filming was up 10% reality operates with smaller crews and are easily adjusting the storylines. That's your money now and a rough jobs report earlier this morning having an impact on the markets right now, the Dow Jones industrial average off about a half of a percent down 148 points. The NASDAQ is down 136 points the S and P 500 off 27 points. Right now we check your money 20 and 50 past each hour on camo news..
Stocks close higher, with the Dow up 328 points
"Be an update on Wall Street. But US stocks did finish well off session highs. The Dow the S and P and NASDAQ all advancing today as some P 500 index up 27 points up 8/10 of 1% at the best level, the S and B had been up 58 points off 1.7%. Tao finished higher by 329 points up. 1.2% NASDAQ Up 82 Again of 7/10 of 1% 10 Year Yield 100.68% Gold Down 7/10 of 1% 18 85 the ounce West Texas intermediate Crewed up 1.4% 39 84 barrel again recapping on the S and P 500 index up 27. Gain their 8/10 of 1%. I'm
"27 points" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"People on floor the people, but the people are wrong because this Player of the game is Anthony Davis in my mind, 33 points, 10 rebounds Some of the things he does defensively so special. And look who's back in Frank Vogel thinking like a head coach. The assistant coaches going, we're fine. We're fine. He's going. Let's just put a d back in, make sure there's still eight minutes to go. The Lakers had a 27 point lead. It is 17 808 on the board here in the fourth quarter half court inbound Anthony Davis dribbles and waits for Rondo to get across the timeline sends it back to him crossing eight minutes to go in Game one. Davis sets the high screen A Rondo goes to his right. Lost it right into the hands of Casey back to Rondo. Rondo spins the ball into the hands of Davis faces up with five from the right wing with three gives Dorado turns the corner with one flips the shot over the backboard and went through. That's ridiculous. He literally had the worst angle possible and somehow puts that in there was one second on the clock. He had to do it. Roger. There's a foul is Porter was getting set to take a three pointer from the right away with 7 31 to go a scoop shot from region Rondo from my angle. It looks like it went over the backboard did legal Wait a baseline. Wow, it'll be on the top 10. Hopefully what 11 to 92 dry Denver, miss. And at the top. The Lakers foul is Mason Plumlee was trying to get the offensive foul up the Morris. Ms. 7 25 to go see Peace picks up the foul his second. This has been an impressive night for the Los Angeles Lakers. Obviously, they had lost Game one Portland that Syria's lost game one Houston, The question was, how already they be after another lengthy Trip off and after their defence looked a little suspect in the first quarter. They came to life when you had a wonder if it was a really entertaining quarter, but all it was was offense, and it looked like They were going to trade baskets and whatever switch they flipped, or Frank Vogel got to them in the second quarter. They just turned up the defense. That really was what separated the Lakers most of the lead in the regular season. Denver Lane violation on the second attempt. Only one free throw down for plus. 1 11 93 Lakers 7 23 to go Rondo at the controls for Danny Green screen now feeds Anthony Davis had to corral the ball came up with it jammed at home 35 for a D. A lot of people. The ball must be slipping tonight. There's have been a lot of people fumbling the ball and then recovering. Quickly. Balloon back to 21 13 93 jumper, No Good Dozer, Danny Green rebounds Here Come the Lakers with 6 50 to go in the fourth quarter. Trying to get it to Anthony Davis can't send it tomorrow. Now into Davis out of the right wing spins 20 footer is good. Lakerslead is safe again. 22 8. He's got a 37 re 37.10 rebound. Game one. He's just cooking him and it doesn't matter where on the floor is. You want to put him in the pinch, post the low post. Get him off the lob situation. Good luck Checking that guy, TJ. I like this. Taking out this first team all MBA guy putting in our other first team all MBA guy Davis. Big smile on the lakersbench is we go to breaks a 6 41 to go. Lakers won 15 the Denver Nuggets 93. This is the Western Conference finals on ESPN Radio and the ESPN represented by ending Here We are the MBA playoffs where everything is up for grabs. No pressure, Anything. Just inventing your place in history. A championship for your city. Being a hometown hero for the rest of your life. Now that I think about it, that actually is a lot of pressure. But you're pros. It's a whole new game. The playoffs continue.
Celtics roll in Game 5, take 3-2 series lead on Raptors
"End the playoffs Game five Eastern Conference semifinals, the Celtics beat the Raptors 1 11 89 Jalen Brown 27 points for Boston as all five starters scored in double digits. Celtics starters outscored Toronto starters 93 45 Boston takes a three to Siri's league game three Western Conference semifinals Clippers over the Nuggets. 1 13 107 Paul George 32 points to win for away Coolio gets 30 points, 12 rebounds and lost. Denver layout score. Denver 29 19 in the fourth quarter rally for the win and grab 21 serious advantage.
"27 points" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"While the nuggets jumped ahead of the clippers early on Saturday and never looked back. . Jamal. . Had A game high twenty seven points as the nuggets led the entire game to even up the series with Qui- in La Nuggets. . Coach Mike. . Loans at Denver was a noticeably different team compared to their game one twenty three point blow at loss to the clippers or Shannon. . What was the reason the clippers lost this? ? Late. . The that is the biggest reason why they lost this ball game <hes> Jomaa Murray had him on skates. . You had him like he was on the slip inside he couldn't stand up you remember the last two minutes, , but let me get to this. . Later now Friday night ginny people at home and you can attest every network the Lakers lose Lebron scores. . Seventeen zero was in the fourth quarter Kawhi Leonard goals four seventeen scores, , thirteen points and not one network not NBA. . Not The other network mentioned that while Leonard had zero points in the fourth quarter, , this is why I read a follow visit than winning read where he said why couldn't if while wins the with the final become there'd be why he isn't in the gold conversation because he does not receive go criticism everybody's been a rating, , Paul George everybody's been reading Yada Takubo. . Leonard has never received criticism badly, , historically great players have received therein lies the problem you cannot defend. . Well, , he just shows up in the playoffs they got within five this was. . Military me while the greatest mid range shooter. . Michael Jordan. . Closed the game
Nuggets even series with Clippers behind Murray’s 27 points
"While the nuggets jumped ahead of the clippers early on Saturday and never looked back. Jamal. Had A game high twenty seven points as the nuggets led the entire game to even up the series with Qui- in La Nuggets. Coach Mike. Loans at Denver was a noticeably different team compared to their game one twenty three point blow at loss to the clippers or Shannon. What was the reason the clippers lost this? Late. The that is the biggest reason why they lost this ball game Jomaa Murray had him on skates. You had him like he was on the slip inside he couldn't stand up you remember the last two minutes, but let me get to this. Later now Friday night ginny people at home and you can attest every network the Lakers lose Lebron scores. Seventeen zero was in the fourth quarter Kawhi Leonard goals four seventeen scores, thirteen points and not one network not NBA. Not The other network mentioned that while Leonard had zero points in the fourth quarter, this is why I read a follow visit than winning read where he said why couldn't if while wins the with the final become there'd be why he isn't in the gold conversation because he does not receive go criticism everybody's been a rating, Paul George everybody's been reading Yada Takubo. Leonard has never received criticism badly, historically great players have received therein lies the problem you cannot defend. Well, he just shows up in the playoffs they got within five this was. Military me while the greatest mid range shooter. Michael Jordan. Closed the game
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