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"arnie smith" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

05:55 min | 11 months ago

"arnie smith" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"If i'm if i'm correct if i'm on the right track now i think you are I wanna talk about boston for a second. The celtics brought like a third of their nba roster. Down here. peyton pritchard was down to play. Arnie smith was down to play. Romeo langford was down to play couple of the guys as well. But i want to focus on those three because the celtics. They got really lucky in getting dennis schroder at the price point yet they did is going to help them right away. But backcourt is still relatively thin and where it's not it's full of young players specifically those three guys that i mentioned purchaser came down here with a really aggressive attitude was just gunning had a couple of games. We had double digit. three point. attempts naismith struggled in the opener but came back and played really well in his second game. He is as you've seen in college a proven three point shooter. I don't know what to make of romeo langford anymore. I mean he's been injured his first couple of years had flashes last season. But it's probably make or break for him with the celtics this year but all those three guys. I just mentioned as far as being able to help your team like if you had to take one of them often like make him a part of your rotation who who you most bullish on amongst those three guys. I think just because he's got the size and the and the in the one in i in turn have a really good first year plus but i think naismith 'cause he's six seven he's got great shooting range and you know you can plug him in to a team around him with with great players they have and he can be a solid contributor What i would say about summer week with those three guys. What i love about. It is and what people don't realize is once the nba season ends the player dimension player development. A couple of times now. The player development guys grabbed these guys. I guarantee you not having talked to anybody that they probably were in the gym. All you know the last three months and now you get the summer league and you say like the average fan will say well why shooting so much. Why guy so aggressive while because you can't be aggressive when you're playing with jalen Jason tatum and jaylen brown. And so what you find out in summer league especially with the second year guys and that's the theme of summer league. This year is all these second year guys. That didn't have a summer league last year or along training camp. Is you put the work in behind the scenes. Let's see what you got in the summer. And i think that's the beauty of what the celtics did with these three guys but i think naismith to me probably has that most upside. I think peyton richards going to be in a league ten years. He's gonna be tj mcconnell. He's gonna be steve blake. He's going to be monte moore. She's going to be one of those guys that you always know..

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"arnie smith" Discussed on Premium Hoops

Premium Hoops

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"arnie smith" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"He's a really good shooter. He eat on and off though you someone working mrs. If you're in a row you concerned about the rest of the game. He doesn't have a ton of juice of the bounce juice. Rather i would say. I think there is like if he's if he gets a closeout coming he made you make the right pass or thing. I never initiating any substantial way. He played more of like a three or four in college. But i think even more two or three in the nba. English concerns me a lot to those guys like he. He was able to win on athleticism. That i don't think he has a you know again. It's not a stereotype. But what i will say him. In denver i think is a perfect getting a guy at six six size. Who can shoot on the move and cut and do the denver basketball stuff. Eventually we'll get murray back and There's finding recyclable barton. Greenback that panic core but they have a lot of the more people that can run and cut and shoot on that team next year. Gets the better it works. And i think it's really important that denver picks clear here because they train the few picks donald and i think it's possible that we come in like three years and you're just like oh my god what happened. All denver row players have murray and pj and yokich don't make any huge trades. Max then they don't have any take anywhere else in there so getting a guy like kissing. Thanks very important. Yeah and you know this. Although this is a little lower than consensus on casper twenty-six as you've probably heard from like the way we've been talking about these guys. There's a lot of like pretty much lottery caliber guys in this draft. Like i would say the list goes on to like in the twenties like pick your cutoff spot. There are at around ten more lottery guys than there are lottery spots for me or guys i would. At least you know could be talked into as lottery. Guys obviously they can't all be like someone like bone silent just just went twenty-five like maybe bones goes lottery for me last year because it was a little weaker So i'm not. I don't see this as a huge slight or as necessarily as big of a slate as it probably seems given that he's like going thirteen fourteen on some boards like i don't mean to jab at this era fish was the fourteenth pig in last year's draft my best obviously the end of the lottery and goes into the twenty this year. I mean like the thing. Is i kind of said this to you this morning. Like aaron niece like the idea of prospect. Aaron smith is kind of what you're getting with ginsberg and hearing me. Smith has been maybe a worse shooter than expected but a better defender and rebounder than expected. So like that's not even say like arnie smith is underperformed. Because you kind of maybe over performed by just being well rounded player and i still have a lot of faith in the shot to be where it wasn't college if not quite fifty one percent but corey Is that he probably is. I mean maybe he has some un tap defense somewhere in him. But i personally doubt it. And i'd like him more if he had that kind of like play continuation thing to his game where he can like attack close out. Put it on the floor a little bit..

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"arnie smith" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"arnie smith" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"This was necessary jaggery. And we'll see where they go from here. let's run through a few other things real quick. The celtics they were in the mix aaron gordon. They wind up with evan. Forty-eight danny to get pilloried pretty good for once again not executing a big deal. But i got to tell you. I like this deal for boston. I mean the celtics. They've had some chemistry issues this year but their biggest problem has been over the last couple of years talent. More talent has gone out then skies come in. They lose kyrie irving they flip for kemba walker has had some good moments but injuries have derailed him over the last six to eight months. Al horford leaves. And nothing comes back. Gordon hayward leaves and nothing comes back now. You have evan -fornia coming in and they're not sending anything of substance back just a couple of second round draft picks and jeff teague guests going back in return but he was just a fringe part of that rotation as is forty. Eight is an excellent score forty averages close to twenty points per game. He's an efficient score. Is a good three point shooter. Like he is going to be an effective part of the celtics rotation right away because for the celtics outside of peyton richard they were getting any consistent. Production from any of their young guys like arnie smith not consistent. Romeo lankford hasn't played. I don't like the where in the world is. Romeo lankford should be a game at this point in boston across the board as having gotten semi overlay situational. Evan forty is going to be able to step in either as a starter or coming off the bench and be a third scoring option opposite jalen brown and jason. Tatum will supplement kemba walker in that backward. I love this deal for the celtics. They didn't give up anything. They got back a real score. They're going to have to deal with as contract in the off season. Can they resign them. Do they resign him all that good stuff but in a vacuum short term. This deal makes the celtics. I think appreciably better definitely is an improvement. They were desperate for anybody. It kind of a long pause there. You seem like you're you're about to tell me i'm wrong know i did. You say appreciably better. I mean it's a twenty point per game score. You had it for nothing like no no. It's a twenty point per game scoring a crap team but you had a twenty point score one of these. We've discussed many times in this. Podcast is the fact that the one of the celtics issues side from you know kim busni and everything else and covid everything you had four guys in you know. Jalen jason kemba. Marcus smart. Who make up the core of your team and who all high level guys really important guys and the drop off from them to everybody else was was just way too steep. The rotation was just severely lacking in depth and a guys who make an impact and forty does sort of bare minimum. You now have another guy who can run the offense through at times to your point. Yes he can get you twenty twenty something tonight. He can run screen role. He's a talented player does he. Does he do enough. I mean the thing is the only reason. I i don't go crazy for an not. Embracing appreciably better is the bar is you're not frosting for -fornia frosting for for the hashtag. I could be. The bar is high in the east. Is the thing like it's right now. It's okay yes they're better. They're better for getting him and it was a good trade and they didn't have to give up anything really to get him..

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"arnie smith" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast

RFK Refugees Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"arnie smith" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast

"Times. I don't know i. i think that i think that. Does i feel like they did that with eric. Sorge i wanna say they lake signed him as a loud and player stashed him stashed him kind of in that spot. So i think that's true. I know that you can do with injuries. We saw it with last year with without us in florida. So we'll talk about a little later in the show seat teasing it again We got a question for the chat and this leads into our leads into our next talk about Any and rodney wallace Being trials this is from To ninety dc ninety nine Do you guys think har- and wallace will be signed. I will say my personal feeling is. No har is a better chance of being signed than rodney wallace. Yes riding walls did play for dc. But i think there's a i think he gets a little bit more any targets more the connection. It's sort of a return home We'll we'll see how much they feature in these preseason games. I hope i've lot. Yeah the i think probably a lot. Yeah we'll see how they look and and whether one of them gets russell maybe we'll be surprised. Maybe rodney walls gets the gets. The gets a spot in any dozen. It's entirely possible but his room for them. Both there is there's depth there's opportunities for both of them. I noticed that nhar is listed as a midfielder in the house interesting. yeah. I thought that was. That was very interesting. So wh- sometimes they just do that but sometimes it's not actually too real or anything. But i think that was i would say i agree with you. I think ours a better bet. I would say. Probably like to seventy percent. And i'd put red rodney wallace like thirty to fifty percent at at the best the best case we need. We need depth on On in both of the positions they play. so how. how much does the potential signing or resigning or bringing back of Lucas rodriguez how much does that. Play a role in whether both of them get signed. I think it plays in. I think it. I think it means there is only one spot. If if my guesses here it means either in the horror rodney wallace. I don't see how you can fit both those guys in the full roster spot or a salary spot or salary spot a roster spot. I don't know maybe. I think we're definitely gonna have room on the roster roster overall fair fair there are logan pants show is gonna is gonna be allowed and player. Arnie smith going to be mostly allowed and player. They can they can carry a believe up to twenty eight and they never do so. That part's that part. Probably will resolve itself. There's a question about.

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"arnie smith" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"arnie smith" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"Start with tonight. Again. You had a few things going on. The number one again. We could easily run through the most important things that happened the game, but it's really hard not to look at this and say that this was kind of like the irony Smith game and not because he played great. I thought he was pretty okay, but he did he was the first guy off the bench that matter. He played 23 minutes A lot of people were saying maybe he was rewarded for his effort you suck cuz he was running around like crazy. He still looks pretty tentative and lost at times but like he's trying and this is what we talked about. It's not that Arnie Smith and we were arguing about this on our thread all day. He's not that are inducements birth. Then the players out there. You're not better than SAM-e. He's not but you want him to be you gotta give him a shot. You gotta live and learn with a little bit. I'll take an effort like this every single time if he's out there totally imperfect choice at times he disappeared but I mean nothing just nothing but positives off of tonight. I don't think yeah. Definitely I mean, but I'm with you I mean and think he looks amazing out there, but he took a little more comfortable than we've seen them before in the past, right and also think that the rest of his teammates are starting to realize okay like the starting to look for him now more often and I think a lot of that has to do with his effort. I mean you putting effort on the defensive end of the floor or specially in the game against the Denver Nuggets, you know, I think that that went a long way and I think they rewarded him they were looking for him for open shots and credit to him. He wasn't afraid to to take those so much credit to the rookie but I mean is this Thursday? I'm now if this like the the rotation we this is the something just fix it was it is this all it took for everyone to just Panic real quick. And then this other come out here and beat the Nuggets and now all the problems are solved no, come on.

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Aaron Nesmith Shows Promise as Celtics Beat Nuggets

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

01:36 min | 1 year ago

Aaron Nesmith Shows Promise as Celtics Beat Nuggets

"Start with tonight. Again. You had a few things going on. The number one again. We could easily run through the most important things that happened the game, but it's really hard not to look at this and say that this was kind of like the irony Smith game and not because he played great. I thought he was pretty okay, but he did he was the first guy off the bench that matter. He played 23 minutes A lot of people were saying maybe he was rewarded for his effort you suck cuz he was running around like crazy. He still looks pretty tentative and lost at times but like he's trying and this is what we talked about. It's not that Arnie Smith and we were arguing about this on our thread all day. He's not that are inducements birth. Then the players out there. You're not better than SAM-e. He's not but you want him to be you gotta give him a shot. You gotta live and learn with a little bit. I'll take an effort like this every single time if he's out there totally imperfect choice at times he disappeared but I mean nothing just nothing but positives off of tonight. I don't think yeah. Definitely I mean, but I'm with you I mean and think he looks amazing out there, but he took a little more comfortable than we've seen them before in the past, right and also think that the rest of his teammates are starting to realize okay like the starting to look for him now more often and I think a lot of that has to do with his effort. I mean you putting effort on the defensive end of the floor or specially in the game against the Denver Nuggets, you know, I think that that went a long way and I think they rewarded him they were looking for him for open shots and credit to him. He wasn't afraid to to take those so much credit to the rookie but I mean is this Thursday? I'm now if this like the the rotation we this is the something just fix it was it is this all it took for everyone to just Panic real quick. And then this other come out here and beat the Nuggets and now all the problems are solved no, come on.

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"arnie smith" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"arnie smith" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"There's no doubt there's absolutely no doubt that the draft this year was the least valuable draft of all time because the ncaa season was pretty much just he acc and a couple of exhibition games. It was really hard to tell who is valuable. But the other thing is as the over the last ten years as mls Homegrown academies have become more important the really valuable layers were scooped off the top by the grounds or they're already stashed the rose so like there are guys who are in college and are also playing for ny rb to And they belong to red bull but there are you know and if they and they're also going to school and if in the end they wind up panning out as really good soccer players. Rebel already has a claim on them and with with the exception of the country being minnesota. That's what it looks like right now. Like cool bassett was never gonna be a super graphic gore. Bassett was gonna be a guy that the rapids at acclaim. So that's why the draft is less valuable there still value there because there's still some players who washout of academy there's still some guys who really don't develop as players until they're twenty twenty one years old and it's great that there's a place for them because in other countries those guys often just passed over and they wind up having to be jean-yves vardi where they grind it out in the seventh division. Before they you know kind of like surprisingly make it to to. Mls matt were you. Did you have you kind of like a grand philosophical way. Did you have any big thoughts about the nature of the super draft in the changing world. We live in First of all markelle just a quick fact. Check for you. It was fourth and fifth. The dc had their overall pick saw grafting. Kim arnie smith of ford from clemson west at the rapids could have had their eye on when they were originally picking six and that michael shields defender out of wake forest. But certainly a as you can attest to having watched a lot of men pit. Men's soccer lots of acc players drafted in the upper half of that first round draft. But i think. I think just with the size of men's soccer mark even as we seen the pandemic just the state of college athletics in this country kind of cannibalize a lot of those programs in soccer not be very high on the top list because it has a a decent roster size. It's a pretty busy schedule. Pretty busy travvy skipped travel schedule. There would be a little bit more expensive And then obviously it's one. That doesn't make any money. I mean if you're talking about g you maryland university of virginia. You're lucky to have any of those programs. Have a thousand people going to and even then how many of those units with comp tickets or people who only paid five bucks to get into the game when you compare that to somebody who if they want to sit you know you know fifty yard line. Twenty rose up at ohio state alabama at cetera. They're paying you know easily. Probably one hundred fifty bucks assuming before cassidy stadium again. Not the reduced capacity saw her gridiron..

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"arnie smith" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"arnie smith" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"If you're unable to sell an interest in an NFL team right now, and I get it during the pandemic, it's tough, But this has been going on for a while. And it doesn't help either. When the red Stian Redskins just stink on the field as well, you know, I want you to know something. I really believe Fred Smith and and he does have a lot of money. Good narcotic pennies here. Or change. There's no doubt in my mind if he wanted to. He could probably make a couple calls also with Jerry Jones or somebody like that say, Hey, we want to buy the team from Dan Snyder. This guys, you know, maybe he's embarrassing everybody on who knows if they would not be a special closed door meeting TTO make a move to see if there was any supported. And if you should sell the team or not, you know Oh, and Pete in Oakland, by the way, has been all over this you, Hugh might you might remember he was the guy that kind of started floating these theories out here last week whenever we were talking about it, But he just tweeted the show and said, Thank you for your support of my new career as an undisclosed source formerly familiar with the situation. Frederick Smith is using a ruse of selling while he raises money to buy out Snyder and you were asking about his net worth Arnie Smith's net worth. Is north of $1.3 billion more then Daniel Snyder. That's pretty good. When you think that 1.3 Bill more Pete, you are now the official insider. For Arne and Plank on Fox Sports Rate. That's a lot of money. Wow, so and so I got. I got to go back to something else here because this is going to be a big story tonight. We'll talk to Todd Foreman about it next hour. You didn't find yourself all tuned in to the Eagles concert site on ESPN, you know, went all in on that. No. I was listening to the B G's on my computer while before the show. I'm sorry I I legit It's and I'm not here to make fun of anyone for their numbers are the ratings. It's such a hard time with with no sports going on, But we have mastered some technology to do live shows from your home. It takes a little work. You're you're working three times as hard to do Jobs that were, you know, five minutes. Back in the day is just so much is going into it. But this was an Eagles concert from two years ago, so I don't know. I mean, I get I read the press release sports and music of long minute the top of the list for being able to bring people of all types together, but not the Eagles man. And I was Chris. Berman introduced him and I was I was watching it and I kept thinking Is this a commercial? Sometimes You'll be hearing a song on the radio exist commercial. They're coming back. I legit on. He thought it was a commercial. I thought it was a commercial for some sort of male enhancement. New pill. They're goingto have out but I get it. We're in tough times right now. When it comes to programming, I mean, I was watching a ball game between Houston And Hawaii when Timmy Chang wasn't quarterback. Oh, my goodness. You went way back there and and there's one on right now. I think between BYU and Hawaii I guess today is the ula ble. But I mean, the Eagle's already I mean, I know we're in tough times. But do we have to go back to years? I have ESPN on right here, and I was learning what the hell was going on. Even know now, that's not to say. That's not to say that it didn't have its fans. Travis hit us up on Twitter right as we went on the air and said the Eagles concert. Arnie was the best thing on that network in years. Someone had to tell me it was on being I rarely watch that channel. Now for some good sports talk. Would you prefer you anti Eagles, though? Would you have preferred another band? There was something like that. Is that what you man? MTV doesn't even show conflicts anymore. I mean concerts. I don't know how to say this concerts on TV stank. No fun. I mean, the joy of a concert is being there. They have access tries to play concerts on TV Austin lights. That's just It's not the same, and I get it so much all well. Sports and on TV might know. Sports actually makes a show out of it. A dude playing a concert is a dude playing a concert. There is nothing more than they do for it on the TV, Sam. It's been a long time since I've been to a concert. It was back in Phoenix. I saw like one of those three bands. Was the Thompson Twins, Madness and the police. Wait. Your last concert you went to was the Thompson twins. A minute wonder madness. Our house. In the middle of what was this, like Thompson twins was hold me now, but it was me. And there was this all of them together in like the two thousands trying to relive their magic. Or was this in the actual eighties? When it took? This was this was in the eighties. How? My gosh, Well, already knows how to pick the good man. All right. We got like, it was a good concert. I'll give you credit for that that James deal. I saw him right around the same.

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"arnie smith" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

Pop Culture Cosmos

13:14 min | 2 years ago

"arnie smith" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

"Are Back once again with the Lakers? Fast-break podcasts at Gerald Glass. Recover right back at you. Here from Lake Response Break Pop. Ultra Kaas game source and also inside force fancy football while thank you so much. Listen to all of our great shares and this guest once again returns to us. He had such a great time in our previous conversation that he came back anytime. I can talk. Nba Draft. It's a great opportunity. Indeed is the man behind. Nba Draft Junkies IAGO head at checkout his work today at NBA Draft Junkies Dot Com plus also for detailed breakdowns. You can go ahead to Youtube and check out his youtube page right there. Nba Draft Junkies. It's Raphael Barlow and Raphael. Thanks AGAIN FOR COMING BACK. Love to spend more time talking about the NBA draft. Thank you for having me on. Its draft something. I enjoy doing so today's good day. I get a chance to talk about something I love. I'm sure you can relate to absolutely absolutely. I know one of the things that we didn't touch upon in little bit intensely on my part 'cause I don't Wanna go ahead entirely focused on them because we don't know one hundred percent where they would be targeting. I know that the team does have needs. And that is the Los Angeles Lakers. Especially because as you and I both know that the odds are most likely that the Lakers would fall somewhere at the back end the first round. They can't trade this first round draft way until they actually draft the individuals so they actually have to draft the individual and most likely. If it doesn't get packaged they'll try to go ahead and get someone that they can develop. Let's start in it right away with your thoughts on if you're at the back end of that first round the same walkie. Or let's say a Lakers primarily investigates. Who would you be targeting? Maybe a group of players. Obviously there's not just one individual at this point that the Lakers can zero in on with teams like the Lakers Milwaukee. It's tough because nine times out of ten that rookies probably not going to crack the rotation and then and you can honestly say both teams of proudly look for similar players to everyone has to be a complementary piece around Lebron or Jaanus and so you look for complementary pieces for those two players you look for outside shooters so I if I were like the Lakers or it depends I like I like Arnie Smith out of a vanderbilt. He shot. I WANNA say fifty over fifty percent from from three this year. If he falls that far I think he he could end up going higher but he's coming off season ending knee injury so blazers could get lucky and he fought to them especially in a situation where teams won't be able to get a chance to watch him award tim out and so and You know you figure like the Lakers. They're in a position to where they can just take the best player available with the best player that they can develop for longtime tonight necessarily looking for someone that can come in and contribute to our way. Another guy who had who I like for for the Lakers is Isaiah. Joe Out of Arkansas. He shot he shot well as a freshman. His numbers dipped a little bit his software year. But he kind of reminds me of Troy Daniels tight even though they ended up getting with Troy Daniels at the end of the season. I think he's a guy that can play some of the role or clear what those two great names right there. And that's one of the things I wanted to ask. You is the ability to have that type of skill with a three pointer already to have that somewhat developed and you and I both know there is a learning curve wants to get to the NBA and obviously the distance itself from college to pro affect some of that but at least having that start at least having that ability. It's probably one of in the last few years one of the most desired skills by the NBA. But it's also the one on the actual skills that is the least developed coming out of college or even Europe. Yeah and I think it depends on on on the player and that's why I guess if you're a guy that likes to shoot you would love to play with with Lebron. Because that's your job. You're just going to stand in the corner and you're going to get open. Looks and your job is just to knock goes down. I mean you look at. Daniel will be Gibson. Lebron what will will give someone a guy who wasn't necessarily a point guard. He wasn't too. He wasn't a great defender will. Lebron made his job so easy. He got open shots knocked down. He was able to make the Think he signed like a twenty million dollar contract. Don't know what happened to them after Lebron left but Lebron was responsible for getting him pay. So if you're a shooter he's the only one guy so if you're a shooter at your one dimensional. This is the team that you want to go to. Absolutely because like you said Lebron makes it so much easier. The Way He distributes obviously his his outstanding court vision. And that's what Lebron likes to have US really exactly how he can excel on. The team is if he has those kinda shooters or those players with the athletic ability to go ahead to the basket for logs creating those diversion so allows him to go ahead and be or have those options whether the Brahmos to go ahead and drive to the basket or stay on the outside so yes definitely one of the things that they have to have and develop right away outside of who you mentioned already. Does anybody really have those those shotmaking skills that that range or ready someone that you could already project will be a you know not necessarily right away but maybe in a year to already be at that magical forty percent for the three point line? I mean those two guys stand out the most to me this. I like. I like scholar Maison. Lsu and the reason I like him for La is because he he shot. Wealth from three shall thirty nine percent from three so it's which is a good percentage. He'll he'll need to increase range but he also can create make plays off the dribble. And so I think one of the a Lotta Laker fans won the Lakers to add another creator this year. So in that could be a secondary played maker a creator that can knock down shots and Schuyler is somebody that I think has the possibilities. He six four so he. He's like a Combo but he can play. I think he can play alongside a dominant point guard and I think he can also run the offense if needed so. He's a guy that it may be a little high for for where he's projected to go but he's a guy that are the Lakers. I'll definitely look at it. Even if he needs to play year South Bay to become better shooter you have the luxury of being able to develop them and that's something that they're doing right now with. T. H. T. Taylor Tucker. And he is really hasn't played. He's just been on the bench. A couple of times really for the Lakers. This year he is actually been for the entire year at the South Bay. Area in South Bay Lakers. That's one thing I wanted to ask. You is your assessment of T. HD A. Is He someone that is going to have a future in the NBA? They're developing right out. He was really young in fact one of the youngest players in the NBA draft last year. So obviously there's lots of room to develop do you think he might have a future in the NBA. I think it all depends on his shooting. Now I believe he's a weapon and he's a guy that when I watched this film last year I felt like either. He's going to be good or he's going to have a hard time sticking because he doesn't have one thing that he does well but he does a little bit of everything and he can be used as as a weapon because he such long arms and he's he's strong I think he can defend multiple positions but And he's he's he's good with the ball. He's pretty crafty ball handler. But I just feel like playing next to Lebron. He doesn't have the gravity on offense. That will help Lebron out and so he can knock down open shots in for him. It's just a matter of knocking down. Corner threes. I don't even think he needs to be a good shooter off the dribble. But if he can knock down corner shots that he could be on the courtroom Lebron and then he can provide defensive versatility and and ball handling but it just depends on his outside shooting. That's where in our furniture maximizes potential. He has to improve the shooter. I agree with you on that. Assessment is something that has to take place like like you said it has to be the type of diversion for Lebron to have that ability on the floor. Space the floor to make it available for Lebron to go ahead and play. I mean we see sometimes when Rondo gets a funk and shooting and his availability or just his him being there his presence as a playmaker on the fourth sip time works well with abroad when he shooting. Well when he's not and they leave him wide open to take all those threes in any starts to crank up then it becomes so much easier to guard the Lakers saw I agree with you on that with. T. H. T. If he needs to develop that end of the court and if he does it could be a nice. Fine for the Lakers. Yeah definitely I liked him a lot. You know one case you can save me if they could use another year college but he still young man. I want to say he was eighteen last year. Draft him so he probably nineteen. Now the Lakers have the luxury of being able to take their time in work with him until he becomes a player that they need so. That's that's a good thing of heaven. Lebron is that of course you win and all the money he generates but your lower draft picks are forced to to come in and play right away. Now that's a good luxury to have that you don't have to go ahead and just force them out in the court right there sometimes. It's nice if they can go ahead and get that court action right out there and playing the NBA. That will would have been nice. If the Lakers in a regular type of scenario would have clinched early and had like ten game slot for you could maybe throw out. T. H. T. There to get some time in some of the other younger players develop their dion waiters to get more time with the team and whatnot but unfortunately didn't materialize. So I'm hoping teach the over the the break whenever that is is going to be able to go ahead and develop those kinds of they. Are that kind of skill. Set that the Lakers need going forward because it still at this point in time depth after the first couple players is still a thing that the Lakers need. Because it's it's you get you get up there at age with some of the players. That are on the Lakers team right now. So having that injection of youth would be something. The Lakers could need next season. I agree yeah well. It's kind of weird because with this situation you figure guys aren't having as much wear and tear on their bodies now so this if there's a silver lining was born with this whole situation is hardly by some positive sometimes but I was thinking about that a couple of days ago. Lebron is probably GONNA be even fresher. The normal you know Jared Dudley not planning lab. But he's getting up in age. This may add another year onto his career. Danny Green so the the debt issue might not be too big of an issue because guys would be fresh now. Lebron always tells you otherwise he always tells you need to be out there on the court and play start to feel things on my body. I have failed before I heard. It mentioned that the other day and I'm thinking to myself. This is the kind of break that he had similar to last year because the injury in and also the fact the Lakers didn't make the playoffs and looking at the year that he had because of it. I'm not saying that you know that's going to definitely take place next season. But my gosh you know. It can't be bad for when you're thirty. Five thirty six. And you're having that kind of three or four months off. Can't be bad for his body over on at just something he's not used to and I get that but yeah it just it..

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"arnie smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"arnie smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Joining us here in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studios. Dave Wilson, Bloomberg stocks editor. So we are seeing some what if he muted price action right now he gives a sense of what the tone what's driving the tone today. Well, it's interesting if you look at the best performing industry groups in some people have hundred we see a couple of the most interest rate sensitive areas utilities real estate, and you also see technology, which let's face. It has been a leader. You know, going back a decade in terms of the bull market we've seen stocks. So that's really what's going on. You're getting some help from earnings reports. Levi Strauss is up four point eight percent. They are out with fiscal first-quarter results late yesterday. Their growth was at the high end of their own estimate in terms of revenue now analysts aren't out with their own estimates yet because the company just went public last month and the first reports won't be out until next week. And then you've got Delta Airlines hanging onto a gain of about one percent. They were the first s and p five hundred company come out with the first quarter results, and they beat analysts average estimate in a Bloomberg survey. Terms of earnings and also they indicated their second quarter profit may surpassed projections. So those are a couple of pieces of good news. Also, connect brands is meeting with investors telling him about the outlook for the next fiscal year starting in June the possibility that Arnie's Smith's there and say you've got that stock up four percent leading the S and P five hundred other hand, you got Ameris Bergen with the biggest drop in the index. It's down five point four percent. You had a couple of rating cuts in the wake of disappointing outlook from Walgreens boots alliance which is a partner. There's also the largest shareholder. You had a source burden. Lowered the equivalent of self from by at Bank of America, Merrill, Lynch. And also the equivalent of whole from by ever core is I- Bloomberg stocks, editor tables. Awesome. Thank you so much. Our next guest has a very interesting theory. How we can become better investors. We could become better investors. Not by playing the cards. We're dealt any harder. But by playing the other players at the table a lot smarter. Ben hunt co founder chief investment officer second foundation partners joins us. He's also create an author of Epsilon theory joins us from reading Connecticut. Ben, thanks so much for joining us. Start off by just giving us your theory about how we can become better investors. You bet Paul great great to be on with you. And Lisa, you know, what I mean when I say that we need to play the players or just play the cards is I think it's really important again. Whether you're playing poker, you're playing the markets to step back and understand what what are the stories that at the poker table, people are telling you with their bets and their bluff and in markets where the stories that we are reading in the financial media. What what what are the what are the drums that Wall Street is beating and and I think if you step back, and you try to look at that he can give you a real edge out and understanding where markets are going and how you can play a better game. So give us a sense of what that means today. I mean, what is the drum that Wall Street is beating right now scenario. Sure, sure. Well, let me start with the drums that aren't beating. Because last year this time last year, we had strong drum beating strong narrative that inflation. Was back in the rearing its head that they were concerns about that that coming back, then at the end of the spring going into the summer, and certainly last fall, you had the the trade war narrative that you know, we're on the verge of of of a real global economic slowdown if not collapse and leading to the sharp decline you saw in risk assets. Last fall in culminating in in December. But what you saw in December was a resurgence of our old friend the narrative that central banks are large and in charge. The narrative that central banks have got your back, and so far this year in two thousand nineteen that is absolutely been that dominant narrative that whatever happens in the world, right whatever happens around Brexit, or whatever happens with China or whatever happens anywhere that the fed that you see be the central banks of the world that they've got your back. So Ben what as you take a look at the other players. That's right now. What are you learning? What are you thinking about where you think opportunities lie? Yeah. Well, what's interesting is is that while the central Bank narrative of this decided that that the fed foremost in of all of them has got your back. You know, this is a new right? We've been we've been seeing the promotion this narrative, and and the reality of it, frankly, but but it is a lot of the the narrative here the belief that the fed is there to to support markets. You know, we've been saying this for the better part of the decade. Now, what's what's interesting to me is is not that that narrative shows any sign of weakening because it's it's not if anything when you look at what the White House is saying, and then, you know, in terms of of really trying to push the feds do more to stimulate right to do more easing rather than tightening. You know, I I don't think that this this drum beating whether it's from the White House or from the Wall Street is going to go away at. All but I'll tell you this. I do see it changing. And in the way, I see it evolving away from all central banks linking onto doing this together and more and more. You're seeing stories in a narrative about a competition, particularly around currencies, particularly between the US and Europe. So practically what does this mean? In terms of the things that that both ECB in the fed are going to take steps to weaken their currencies from your investor like what should investors do? Well for investors. It depends way we're aspect. You're you're thinking about investing. So if you're leaving the fixed income market, I think you've got a real chance here that the the inflation narrative will start to pick up again because the US economy is frankly, strong, and the fed is going to do more to weaken not to tighten. So that's if you're if you're looking at anything that's going to be inflation since they've and if you're looking at stuff, that's rate-sensitive, especially in the long run, you know, that's that's a that's a negative thing to happen. Bet you're looking for stocks. Look, I mean both in Europe. And and and here in the states, both central banks are going to do more of what they've been doing which is very supportive for equity markets. So Ben just kind of going back to your theory a little bit, and I'm just reading through a little bit. Is this kind of a new way to kind of look at money flows. I wanna go I wanna hit more. They ain't kind of thing. Well, it's it's it's an old idea. Really? I mean, the it's it's the old idea that. And this goes back to you know, how people play the game of markets back in the thirties and the forties and fifties sixties, it's really looking at where is the money going who are the other players on Wall Street, including the players like at the fed and the White House and the lie, and frankly, not looking less at fundamentals, but realizing that in this sort of world, the fundamentals need less and these money flows need a lot more. So how do you factor in the Alba's the quantitative funds that are doing sensibly a lot of the trading in equities, and frankly, increasingly even the von markets. I just have to wonder, you know, people wouldn't there's price action that doesn't make sense or seems overly knee-jerk people just said say, oh, it's the elbows how do you? How do you work with them playing poker against you? Well, that's right. Well, I'll say two things. So so mo- most of the allegations that are that are out. There are not what I'll call fast twitch investors, their barges, right? So they they can rebalance monthly rebound, slowly. And so they're they really are like a barge and they follow the long what I'm trying to say is that at the margins. It actually makes the importance of discretionary investors, people listen to this radio show and do something people who are managing a discretionary fund. When when you're when you're when you're in the river with a lot of barges, it actually provides a lot more room for the the the the speedboats to to to make an impact. Right. So it's it's it's interesting that you're right that that more of the dollar volume more of the money flows. In terms of absolute amounts is handled with these I'll call them of barge like algorithms, but they follow along. And so it really is is. It's interesting to me is that the the the the the human money, I think in actually make more of the difference. And so what I'm trying to look at is is what is the human money doing? And what is the behavior of investors? That's where I think you need to go in terms of playing the player so pen, one of the things that's become interesting for active investors, over the last several years, the impact of social media as a way to kind of track investor sentiment who's paying attention to what stocks to what stories and Bloomberg has a lot of functionality on the terminal to help terminal users kind of track that is that kind of twenty first century way or an analogy to cut money flows or reading to tape from days of your. It's similar, but but I'll tell you this when you're looking at social media, you know, we talked about influencers a lot right? And and that that corollary for markets is it's not how many people are talking about something. Whether we're, you know, whether it's social media, or it's a, you know, a television or newspaper, it's who is talking about it. So it's it's it's really I think much more important to follow the influencers because as the name implies, they really do have an influence. We really are hard wired to respond to this stuff. And that's true. If you are, you know, a Twitter follower or on an or on Instagram and your an influence her, or if you're listening to this show or to end, the financial media, and you know, Jay Powell decides to come out and say something, so I'll say this when you were looking at media, and we're looking at the signals that come out of the narrative, it's less important to say how many people are saying. Something and much more important to say who is saying something Ben hunt. Thank you so much for being with us. Ben hunt co founder and chief investment officer of second foundation partners also create an author for Epsilon theory. Joining us from reading Connecticut, right now, let's get a check on those markets, and what they're doing what the.

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