17 Burst results for "Antawn"

"antawn" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

05:24 min | 10 months ago

"antawn" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Walking around the house the other day, he he done I. Two years. Golf Moat. Give all right now. He can do a windmill which we. Could probably. Between Lakes can. You took quite honest question. Could you still play today? Not Today if I gave you three months two months to get shape. Could you play today? Arken I could be implants. Say but my heart just mentally. I'm done and check it out, so that's. Bacar Your question so us why the Hawks and what Thuan said is basically the answer pity for so long. I wasn't at the point. where I can go to a team and to sit on the bench and just receive a ring if we won I felt like I still could contribute to the game and I had something to offer in. That's what I wanted as a player and I know a lot of people like oh man. Why don't you just go to you know? And of course teams like kind of like you name to go here and it's like okay. Some of the teams I talked to. We'd love to have you for your like you said the locker room that we can't guarantee you to play well Atlanta in a couple of other teams like hey, you know we D- we. Want you to play and be the mentor that so I wanted to play and I think. Of the game yeah, I think walking out of the game away from the game. Excuse me. Made me feel better if I'm playing the game and say I, I could go instead of magic my last year and I played. Five Games on. It happens. Don't get me wrong, but I didn't. They would like Mateen cleaves down and you warm up. I didn't think. I honestly didn't think I was ready. I was at that point now. They called me in two three years. It's like hey. We like to pay a couple of couple of million to sit here and mentor. You know whatever that's a different story, but at that point. Till March Eleven I was I felt that I was able to can still contribute to the game and get stuff done on the court. So do you still believe you can contribute to the game? Nice nitrile. Yes I I, do Yeah, so what I? What I'm saying so why? Nine hours now it's now no, no time. So you remember s West is correct, you remember. Ask you this question. When did you know? that. Right. When did you know as you as the as dirt? When did you know like that was going to be? That was final season. It's kind of like I knew because I was like it's time. And I think the. March eleventh with the the pandemic in the virus hitting helped me. Yup understand that like I still feel like I could play still for like contribute, but. Some of the politics of the game twice I've said before some of the politics of the game the way the game's changed in the Minneapolis. And how things work now is little different than it was before you know so. It's tough to deal with these days. I got I got one more question. I'm trying to get a somebody else to help me with my last question here. My personal question to you though is. When we're talking about the movement to on you in the first year in the front office thence you're player. Talk to me about these players who are finding their voice now because it doesn't matter if you are. Lebron James or your the sixteenth man. Everybody is speaking up now I mean this is a movement that we haven't seen before. So, what are you telling young players? What are you telling? Players today would in the front office. What are you telling you know ownership, etc. GM's about how we should lift up. Players do this in this moment. I I must say this real quick, then you can go back to torn because I think. I hope you guys agree with me on this, so it's easy for the stars of Stars in the names. The household names to use their voice and platform. I think the unique in unbelievable thing about what's going on now. It's players that maybe the average or everyday fan does not no not a household name, and they're using the voice in their platform, and I think it hits just as hard. It's easy for our stars stars to to to speak out and I. Think the pressure is on them to speak out sometimes because of the. Be Useful. Say something, and but I like the fact that is not only like like I say Lebron James or any of these stars today career, so and so forth, but we're talking about guys that obviously we know because we play around with the everyday fan. Would, not recognize their name and or face, and they're using the voice, and they're there for good for some of these some of their families who come from these small towns like in South Carolina wherever in the world who don't come on. I forgot small. Who Don't have you know who don't have platform, but this speaking up for those people and I think that's a great thing. Go ahead to him. I I get more on the organizational side been. Dealing with the front office relies full plus years and. The one change that you see is that. Everyone across the board from the owners to GM's two..

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"antawn" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

38:37 min | 2 years ago

"antawn" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Search. Still. Thank you. Just. Those. Lack? Was the only. That. Everyone. It's Robin Lin may and I'm here tonight with Anthony. Jay Antawn maven show. Collection of ham pick songs from my cousin musicologist DJ at Tron. No random songs every song has special meaning played it majoring vents. Or they have great impacts on our community at our culture. We didn't just know this music. We've lived. And eleven years old he with and commandeered his father's technique nineteen hundred turntable. He got all his albums always sets. There's only so music in the collection, and he gave all the funk music to Antropov trough, and he has been a DJ ever since he was number one in San Diego quickly, invented the DJ culture itself, Los Angeles, south central has its own territory, but DJ Anton. John had everything else. The. On you Gardner. Alba's New York. This song was so hip hop before. Hip. Hop was even taken hold of the nation. This was instant classic. And and John's top twenty of all time. He's saved the song. For the clot sets the club. Spread love on the dance floor favorite fellows. You can even. Some this one. Don't. This will make. Stop. Floor. All. Announce a night. Like. Not. Three. In. Tim. Took it. So let's snow. Can. Can I say? Changing. Oh. See? And if you see. Snow?.

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"antawn" Discussed on Invention

Invention

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"antawn" Discussed on Invention

"A severe headache is due to the rupture of a blood vessel in the brain. It is no wonder that about eighty million C T scans are performed each year in the US, and it also turned out that the same radiation that could detect cancer could also destroy radiotherapy. Yeah. Radiation, oncology has its roots. Actually in the years immediately following a Rogan's discovery. When doctors discovered this peculiar power now in to be sure x-rays, we're used to treat a lot of illnesses before it's dangerous were discovered again, you just have to think to this the the zealous use of radiation. And just the idea that this new technology could do just about anything. Yeah. But looking broadly these in zeroing in on on some of the treatment details xrays to treat cancer may have occurred as early as eighteen ninety six which if you'll recall from earlier that's the year right after run discovered x-rays, and it was like at the end of eighteen ninety five that he discovered the right now on. I want to stress though used in an attempt to treat. Yeah. This was this was certainly extremely early days. Now one thing that's interesting and worth noting. Is that run can actually did not seek riches from his discovery like he did not file for a patent on the production of x-rays through his method and even donated the cash component of his Nobel prize to the university worked for he believed that scientific discoveries like rays that were useful in in helping people in medicine where the common property of humankind. Not something to be claimed and profited on by one man, and the kind of a refreshing, Jane it is. Yeah. Now to recap run discovered x-rays in eighteen ninety five the following year. Antawn becquerel identified radio activity, and by nineteen hundred alpha beta and gamma rays have been discovered and as James Burke, the author and television host explored in the day, the universe changed even more. More types of radiation were expected even more discoveries surely seemed to be just around the bend. And then in one thousand nine three Burke writes, the physicist Rene blonde lot reported the discovery of a new type of Ray the in Ray. And he observed them while looking at polarized x-rays and reported that they increase the brightness of an electric spark. And after he made his observation other individuals working in the field. They backed him up on this show yet we we see to and within three years. Hundreds of papers had been written about in res with all sorts of new properties thrown in to the vet here, including various connections with muscle activity, and the inner workings of the human mind is if like, you know, intense human thought could create in in raise in the midst of all this American physicist, Robert W would steps in. He was something of a decline an acclaimed debunk or at the time and. He looked into the matter. He observed blonde, let's demonstrations himself that firsthand and he did not see the increase in the electric sparks brightness. And then when blonde lot and his assistants conducted an experiment with the prism, which was another the thing that they did this to to to try and prove the existence of these in raise to show how it refracted like light, which of course, X rays. Do not would did a curious thing. He he quietly removed the prism while they were from their experiment while they were conducting it and the researchers continued to see the in race or report seeing the in raise. And so let's sensually would just completely discredited. This a reported on it. And after he he he did. So no one saw in Ray again, this was essentially essentially, an an illusion that was brought on by just the zeal for discovery and the feeling that there were going to be more, raise and. And and and that it was just inevitable that they would be found was we mentioned earlier. This was a time of tremendous discovery..

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"antawn" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"antawn" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Certainly not a good opponent, not the kind of opponents at I think you've just wanted to face because obviously go tremendous pedigree in this competition that can make a very tough for you. They have Antawn grease Mun that said on the bright side for movers perspective, go Madrid our team that he loves to score against sport punches against them in the past and unequally. You went this themselves two Champions League finals the last four years. Not to shabby not too shabby at tobe. And of course, they invested that money and Khushanov announced school against Madrid. And this is why you wanted to step up to the plate and showing and he'd feels that when you look at both teams. Yes, they're evenly matched up. And when you're trying to find. Tiebreaker when you're trying to find something that makes a difference. Well, usually. Sort of fits right in. He would be the guy that would separate both of this team. It goes both of this teams. They're difficult to play against sometimes not only are they difficult to play against what they can board. You this Christiano not the Bill some bore you to death. No, he'll do something special and joins us. We'll be looking for him to do something special in order to advance. You take a look at the bookies vanishes favorite shank fair. You're going you this. Yeah. I agree. You just give them that led to Madrid on their liking for for the upset. You knew they can make tough for anybody. But this is a team who have dominated in Syria for quite some time on the investment was all about this competition. So you expect them I still feel they got better them. This is where the focus will be for Madrid is about a tougher test as you can get of this competition, meanwhile cab when you take a look at the Joel very much the bridesmaid on fat, right? The back by the toilet as Roma. Sell this one to us. Roma. Certainly they felt good about this draw poetry or the group winner. They wanted Notre suspect their top of the Portuguese league again. But roll my feel that they create chances. Been if they start sticking them away. They can go far look last season. Nobody had them in the semi final. Now, if you wanna have more talk about the champions, they in particular how it affects in size being show. Sit down the latest edition of the serial podcast..

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"antawn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"antawn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"They win the fourth thirty seven twenty-seven. So they completely flip the script second half. They outscore the the magic forty six to sixty nine in favor of the warriors. And give you that note earlier about the the tandem score scoring by Klay Thompson. Kevin durant? But I just saw this not according to the Elias sports bureau. Kevin Durant last night becomes just the seventh warrior in history to score at least forty points in back to back games joining staff and clay Wilt Chamberlain. Rick berry Antawn Jamison and Purvis short as the only other warriors to do that. Pretty good stuff on Dave not bad. Never nervous Purvis never nervous per Purvis short guy. Oh, yeah. You gotta like anyone named Purvis Purvis. Ellison Purvis your there's only two I know they both play the NBA. Right. They did both play the NBA. Good dollars from Dave. Let's get to some of these sound from Kevin Durant. Because I think everybody's been wondering we've been all an Kevin Durant has said this about us. I say it about us being me. Dave, Murph MAC any who listening? We've all been psychoanalyzing which has been his big problem. Right. Is why does everybody tried to psychoanalyze her? Here comes the psychoanalysis of me yet again. Well, we're doing it again, except this time he probably won't be quite as sad because we're trying to figure out if he's over the problem with Draymond green seems to me things have kind of kind of calmed waters have have settled. And here's Kevin Durant last night on just feeling like they were down by so much. What is your feeling when the teams down eighteen like that? And you know, you're the guy that has to bring you back on the.

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"antawn" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"antawn" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Like, he he wasn't really engaged with the team. He was just he was so overwhelmed there, but here's bird as a true freshman. He wasn't anywhere near ready to play in the NBA. He would have been a backup. So he decided to go home. And then he worked on the garbage truck there in French lick. And he said never been happier in his life. Like, I got everything I need. I'm I'm working on a garbage truck. But he just wasn't ready for that. Indiana was too big for him. Then he goes to Indiana state, mclovin. I was watching college basketball yesterday in the where Luke maye for North Carolina. He's still playing wasn't. He there with like Antawn Jamison, Vince Carter and Jason he's a senior isn't he he's a fourth year senior it seems like in today's game. Yeah. In their for decade came in with Jerry Stackhouse, and he's got he's puts up. Good number. Yeah. He's is a great game this year. Yeah. He's a great story. But isn't it weird that a guy stays now? It's such exception. Well, we always look at you. Like, why are you? Why did you stay what's wrong with you, you stayed? But it use it never be like that. Right. No. You know? Now, it's you know, even Patrick Ewing talked about that that it was coming into collar. Basketball he'd be a one and done guy. Probably. But you know, you have these coaches if coach K can't make you stay. I don't think even if you had John Thompson there in you're coming into college basketball, you're going to stay. So you know, that that part of these dynasties were built because you had Leitner who stayed in earlier stayed the UCLA dynasties all of those guys stayed in stayed till they.

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"antawn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"antawn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"With you on that i'm not argue but you know so we have that going we have the giants back in the land of the living here at five hundred a game and a half out of furry bumgarner is back home is though they're going on the road i know twenty seven twenty te'o ponant interesting one like i'm in the hall of fame but i in showing up i wanna get into that because well i'll save it i've definitely want to get into that because i think people are really getting a little bit to exercise but i i'm with i'm stunned by the number of people who are pearl clutching behind the always material terrel owens doing something odd and maturity it also is finals time for brooks university someone we are accepted by the way we get texts at eight eight and you can pay to play baby whatever grade you want we get texts that we just got to this is you can't change history but i like four zero eight so i do have a time machine four away taking a shot at it don't sleep on antoine jamison slam dunk champion that happened he he participated but he never won the slam jobs battle i didn't know antawn jamison listen to the show know but who i like the effort of i mean i remember when rodman that formula one driving title like eleven years ago when he won the master's back at eighty one beautiful thing as a master champion i received the least accolades out of any previous math jacket more in should you know i know it was a strike shortened year that year i was able to win yes he also won the batting championship yeah i was a slave doug champ i looked up you weren't this google thing for stuff i used to be claiming fitz and brooks soundcheck coming up next the principal players in tonight's possible warriors sweep the cavaliers you.

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"antawn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"antawn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Thank you eight five five two one two four two two seven happened memorial day everybody so we've got an ice bcs coming your way later on in the show we're going to do all around barbecue right hotdogs burgers we'll have a third third teaser you correct we'll have a third choice as well in terms of bcs bench cut start if you're new to the show navin checked it out will shame on you but what it is is basically you know it's like a it's a playoff of fm l and i'm going to say that on terrestrial radio right or fm cash should say so basically what is your favorite what would you get rid of and what would you throw on the bench copied the segment in tv coverage and sports radio rich eisen donna boarded up and we copied something from eight years ago that i had no idea transpired but it was it was out there some things and not even know you're copying that happens that's called the hand in called a blind hack wildly hacking sump we had no idea we had no idea what's going on the brilliant lebron james i mean how could you say that this is the greatest accomplishment and lebron's career would you say green at this team he had might be let me ask you this is greater than his his run to the nba finals were swept away by the san antonio spurs i mean that team had what booby gibson on it drone gauss kiss there there wasn't a lot on that team who else was on that there wasn't a lot there i mean there was a point in time where they looked at antawn jamison is being the finishing move for the cleveland cavaliers smoo there was a lot on that team who else was on that team mike ep drew gooden.

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"antawn" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"antawn" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"That looking for a good telephone call let's see they're all let you could not get through right off you tried let's go to pennsylvania hans in pennsylvania they hans what's up horio old uram good to talk to you you to your bank your report interview with gaping very inspirational eagle fan i'm here from germany i love eagles i love they win super bowl he's very inspirational speaking of rich i must say two mack in vancouver and tyler in everyone turn thank you for letting us know your team was not very good you saw what happened this morning what was that you said about screw even he thought your leaker screw even if that boy hey boy how about another one fact boy crew cream thought boy not long don't like the i don't know who that was not a very good i doubt wasn't quote hans hands in pennsylvania hands it sounded more like antawn in tampa utter huda was skeptical hohns hands sobeih hand if there really was you excel apology i'm skeptical that whole german accent thing hands in pennsylvania i'm not really bind that i understand that germany jsb canada but hants hands hands hands harnes hands and then headed boogie work his way into that hans boby me like demarcus cousins still one of the great piece of haggling sowed ever demarcus some outlook again the wrong side of you at all it all but you gotta made those used for pretty funny that how many you've got.

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"antawn" Discussed on 8-Bit Book Club

8-Bit Book Club

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"antawn" Discussed on 8-Bit Book Club

"In sonic scientists gotta be sonic he's got an idea yuri will change snide lease name woo blake lively great not a crib chatted sally maybe he met my old could angie keep this elay that would be in the unnecessity lay he slept as a child you'll hungmao antoine how old is antawn and 75 uh what are we way member aren't you were board and i was 46 it was the greatest day of my what are we waiting more as it let's how some serious haunch you're robotic reviving his river daddy arctic is now haunch dairy no haunch hauled carter joker sally founder old grid look she sided with glee rather tatty has made it did this really nothing's been touched including my crib road to our went to work carefully taking apart the crib he searched everywhere what about the mattress sally i could be there but i'd have to cut it open to find out now my mattress sally side deeply the old could meant a lot to her what's sentimental we all are about our red children it was nothing i love more than the place i slept as a babe i mean me and were both still have our say are apartment it takes up a lot of space through your cat sleep yeah we use it for like storage for you know and whenever we asked a coupon or something though will cut them mattress open gosh you have to tell you how many times i want up time he times my my wife's mammotomy and i got to sleep in the caribbean.

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"antawn" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"antawn" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Is our i don't even ask any elected yesterday question you just respond while you make the statement like you know is that okay i'm make from sounds all i guess all it's positive via anyway yeah i i approve i mean what better time to do it every other day and you already celebrating should now springer i'll tool very bragman all gonzales gurria al kirk carlos club now i can't guys ever go hey with my fiance now since i padsha that's where i think you're wrong badge adds where i think you're wrong because you do that girls are all into these pomp and circumstance engagements everything's got to be over the top he just didn't front of millions on national tv after winning a world series and that rocked that he put on her finger forget it so i think he bought himself hey hon by the way we just won the world series i'll see you when we get home i don't like it boeing twenty three years old world series champion engaged to miss texas boy that carlos correia he's got a tough life ruffles kind a tough life uh let's go to the phones go to muheesi in san francisco mazy you're on analyst at night hi i'm so i uh oh you're fix them seventy four and out hearing you guys talked about konjera gap frenetic and out got i've got to say i've been against calling cabinet ever since he took over out rivers quarterback we also have gotten injured in 2012 what when when when he led the niners who is should've although drama that your appear to be fair that would not be because upon cabinet gouge because of our our defense of the horror forman patrick loik leaving our teeth fat but ever since then everything we got a new defense every cent patrick war what our defense and navarra boma got injured card capper nick has been eleven and one four in all the game said you started and you cannot we'd a wide receiver core you where anc one bogan antawn cabinet yes egg while bolden was all too late in his career and and and and grabbed her with coming off a um over the killing injuring why you cannot will you.

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"antawn" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"antawn" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"I i don't know if i always like both sides have to win when it were to be a robbery rights so far it's been like the the first half of it like the celtics was drubbed the cavs who knows will broaden antawn jamison drew gooden like yet we beat the hell out of that team we should have and then it's been like lebrun with kyrghiz in kevin love and all these other players and it's been not this as good a celtics team so it's always went aren't martin mark has more the markets is verse lebron james uh i also saturday the celtics broadened thomas robinson for a workout do you have any roster spots of they have left i think every teams got like twenty roster spots now i'm bond with light and onto always thought tom shrubs that would make it so how at all night that the out fuck it need a big body needs some rebounding went on he's not really that big ordered at rebounding but yeah sure we can either is anybody else on the london celta it's true it's very true we talk about strengthening your stress weakness your wheaton when these see just double down three points shooter trade him for different goddamn kobe bryant um what challenged marcus morris get from kobe bray don't murder anyone if they i can't do it simply a plan b strike again he uh i don't know what kind of viral marketing campaign this was i know leaders didn't do this it's like someone made those graphics for him that he was tweeting out with like he didn't make those on its i saw it for a issues the colors uh regret a different color ways of 'cause it was much funnier to imagine kobe bryant yelling at a intern like okay put the word passion in center make it blew it been but but a blur like it's not going to be easy to read it igf it's like little cryptically get a squint to see what it actually says you've got to put your nose on the paper back away slowing and then assist passion outta nowhere momma mentality make it happen.

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"antawn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"antawn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And ten so you've got to get your offense right and with a guy like romolo you could argue you could argue that scoring we'll come even easier for this team therefore there isn't that much of an emphasis on defense and you can pick other positions the sort of make that happen the andhra bogeyed the that was very answer that was hey we got a big can who protect the rim who can help our anchor our defense okay he got hurt well mount where in shambles little bit we have to sort of recover from there so they can sort of five different ways the piece that together i'm just curious if if if it just looks that desperate like if carmelo anthony is the answer is the a guy that they end up with an it seems that that would be the one team that you take a buyout fourcorner stephen a smith what if he has the answer for them if he's this the the guy that they bring in it may be still don't have to lose kevin love even i think he should one out by now doesn't that just reeks of desperation allrounder just reeks of you know picking up shack when he was at the end of his career in cleveland it reeks of trying antawn jamison uh when he was toward the end of his career and cleveland and it's just going to be it's bad for carmelo because he waited too long to go to cleveland would have been better off last year and it's bad for the broncos he gets you know a guy asked his prime who's who's not going to get him a championship while and that's why i wonder if some of us myself included get caught up in the names that we know and the established talent in the nba and don't look to the upandcoming talent as the real pieces that should be added to something and we and i kinda thought about this when i think it was adams silver talking to michelle beadle and he said this isn't there isisn't static talent there is room for growth and so the assumption that nobody will ever compete with the warriors forever many years and that things are going to get better in terms of balancing the nba might be an assumption based on the idea that people are going to remain at the skill level that the rat and.

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"antawn" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"antawn" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It seems that that would be the one team that he take abayat fourcorner stephen a smith but um if he has the answer for them if he's this the the guy that they bring in an adb still don't have to lose kevin love even though i think kevin love should one out by now arm doesn't that just reeks of desperation all it just reeks of you know picking up shack when he was at the end of his career in cleveland it reeks of trying antawn jamison uh when he was toward the end of his career and cleveland and it's just going to be it's bad for carmelo because he waited too long to go to cleveland would've been better off last year and it's bad for the broncos he gets you know a guy past his prime who's who's not going to get them championship well and that's why i wonder if some of us myself included get caught up in the names that we know and the established talent in the nba and don't look to the upandcoming talent as the real pieces that should be added to something and we and a kinda thought about this when uh i think it was adams silver talking to michelle beadle and he said this isn't there isisn't static talent there is room for growth and so the assumption that nobody will ever compete with the warriors forever many years and then you know things are going to get better in terms of balance in the nba might be an assumption based on the idea that people are going to remain at the skill level that the rat and we're seeing that there's so many young guys that could turn into what we now view as the key free agent acquisitions and those free key guys are actually kind of aging out of being the piece that you want to add to a super team on so maybe right this year it's going to be someone like melo that they're stuck with but there is a possibility that in years going forward were kind of being prisoner in the moment in terms of viewing this as you know just these number of guys that are going to be available that make a huge difference.

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"antawn" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"antawn" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"About the stars here are watching a problem with carrier ring and career having kevin love and you're going to see at what point in time for the project aimed the the secondbest peronist he was antawn jamison and that was a big play for them back there and how much has changed the complexion of mba i mean it willing game booby gibson so drew judicial gals kiss i mean they might a retired is number of cleveland at a ceremony a cleveland low abroad showed up what is a member of the miami heat that drew a ton of attention but uh that were not much barrichello's are much lower the great larry huge honestly there was not much for him out there out there with the cleveland cavaliers i go route so that is changing it is not all on him tonight he's going to need other guys to step up right he's going to need corber to hit something from the outside he's going to need jr smith to defend he's given the kevin love to hit his outside shots easy getting the career having regard there and give them twenty eight plus boys there are things that he he is going to need but one thing that as i said kickoff this third hours this la bronze gotta be the best player on the court like would you're watching that game as you saw the last three games last year the nba finals lebrun by far was the best part of the court he's gotta be the best player on the court tonight your watch that game you've got to say oh here comes lebrun what's he gonna do next that is what the mindset that he asked that he's gotta be attack mode he's got point with that edge that you saw kevin durant play with ms that was a different kevin durant you saw gave one thursday night nba finals that you saw throughout the courses nba playoff sized always deal with a little bit of the caf issue but the route whatever you were seen throughout the course of the nba regularseason you know what read played like he probably like it was starving on thursday night that's the way play hungary because he hasn't had final success busy as another championship to lean on.

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"antawn" Discussed on WFLA News Radio

WFLA News Radio

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"antawn" Discussed on WFLA News Radio

"The lines here we got antawn on the line hands on did i say you name correctly anton that i say you name correctly yeah when they made then unlike and he may well ten okay gonna when you know and you know in you know show our that an underrated thanks in the same thing and he hadn't him back man hone in it down thank you i appreciate that and tom as because i mean in terms arm i mean when when okay black and then not not here intention made him and when i came to america i mean people then missed or anywhere and when i don't right what do you mean by that and then i'm trying but then and then the los isn't it yet with all the it was black i mean when i when i went to score more yeah i mean many much well okay i mean one back man he right he okay man okay then you were deftly a minority well i mean i mean but when he's going in okay i do yeah i d a twenty green i don't think i'm sure goal when i'm going to my goal i d right and you know here i see a bunch of black and yeah i mean why why you know that yeah well you know so and i'm like well you know what people all right in right now i'm doing well run when i do well and he and most even people will tell you that right and why new york when when do what i can do great eight so you know and so on that it's funny that you say that i grew up in in los angeles california born and raised and it was sense it's a city but you know.

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"antawn" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"antawn" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Just talk with an antawn shirts about the financial sector big bank earnings tomorrow little reason those but the way we descended so good and his front have done he really wow military now long term he to dave really setting up for what could this mean in terms of what kind of equity impact we get it's a new jay to be martin say city group wells fargo pnc financial are all tomorrow and they explain why wells fargo after initially rising in the wake of chairman chief executive john stubbs this isn't step down from that stock is now lower so you know i actually following at the moment along with his peers as the results oh wait i might say and has one match about latin america i was looking at the some of the reasons benchmark and that's is in the midst of all this colombia won the world's top performers this year along with brazil oh rw an argentinian mexico really a lag are they're benchmark the ball sup about eleven percent in local currency and then when you figure the dollar exchange right just a half or percent game for the year so it shows you how much in effect currency bag's can have in terms of us investors putting money into these markets yet is pretty amazing need you you look at things like brazil but you know they had so much pressure on that market because the the corruption within the government changing in terms of the president that of course well certainly has the fact there with petra brought so what's going on out market is of interest as well perry continued at dave wilson thank you so much of bloomberg gustar tacoma's hopefully big hernandez american economists for the bloomberg intelligent enough to in house group of analysts you are listening to market skill man third quarter dalton.

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