8 Episode results for "Australian National Basketball League"

RJ Hampton Skips NCAA

Outside the Lines

00:00 sec | 2 years ago

RJ Hampton Skips NCAA

"Five star recruit RJ Hampton o- overseas. When Australian basketball, my dream has never been to college basketball. My dream has always get to the next level. So I kinda wanted to set the twin for younger guys. Coming up show them. Hey, this is not the only route, you can take hundred days away from the NFL the hundred season of pro football rule changes pass interference instant replay want to dress the tyreek hill situation. He's not with organization for the foreseeable future. Let all your moments of self doubt, fear or disappointment. Yulia drive to be great with patriots have was six per bowls at Bill would listen to other people at put Brady back on the bench. He must be defined success and what it means to us. What you see a change your perception, Patty sporting event. Shoot. Welcomed outside the lines kiddos, I'm Clinton gates today. We've got a set of twins who gave a commencement address. The NFL is officially one hundred days away, and my favorite athlete of all time made a powerful statement in Paris, but I it's time to go down under. That's what we'll find the big story. Well, more specifically Australian National Basketball league where one of the top twenty twenty draft prospects are j Hampton will be playing next year. Not college. Not Kansas, not Memphis, not Texas Tech, where he'd been rumored to wanna go. Instead, the New Zealand breakers. Oh, you're not familiar with their work while they played an exhibition game against the Suns last preseason and only lost by five hundred eight and had a huge night and the Phoenix win separately, John Stockton that John Stockton. His son, David once played for the breakers to other than that, not much folks. The truth is, we've seen this before, in many ways, with the NBA's one and done rule, plenty kids have made the choice and twenty nine Brandon Jennings went to Italy and twenty fourteen Emmanuel moody opted for China. This though is a tad different because it's presumably Hamptons first choice. There's nothing stopping him from going anywhere else besides the NBA such as random standards for connects or some concerned about his so-called amateur status. The kid from Dallas just wants to be. A pro baller? My dream has never been to, to play college basketball. My dream is always to be to get to the next level in the play in the NBA. So I mean, I think this was the best route for me to live like a pro and play with grown men every day. And, and not kind of have to juggle books in basketball and just focus on my mango. I just wanted to kind of set the trend never wanted to be normal. So I kind of wanted to set the trend for the younger guys coming up at the show them. Hey, this is not the only route, you can take as a basketball, and I feel like this is a much better out for me, not for everybody. But I think it's a better off for me. Australia's NBL has seen some names, you might know Joe Ingles, Stephen Jackson, Patty mills, heck former number one overall NBA draft pick, Andrew bogut was this season's MVP and his back in the NBA finals with the warriors to make some sense of this decision. Let's bring in ESPN NBA draft analyst, Mike Schmitz, my let me ask you off the top from a basketball standpoint or a scale of one to ten. How shocking is it that this decision was made for him? Not to go to college, and they go anywhere else. Never mind, Australia. It's a surprise, you know, there's no question. There were some huge programs, obviously coming after him, I think it speaks to what the NBL is doing. And how attractive of an option? This is for a kid like RJ Hampton, English speaking country in a we've seen different kids have success with this route Terrence Ferguson comes to mind, but the fact that he chose this, right. There's a kid who had a thirteen hundred SAT three point seven GPA. He could have gone anywhere in the country. And so I think that speaks to what the league is doing and what the new New Zealand breakers are doing. But this is a high level of basketball. You know, he's not coming in, like a Brian Boehner like Terrence Ferguson. He's going to be asked to shoulder a big load for them. And so I think he's really going to be tested with the physicality but it's a gourds league and he's a top five talent. There's no question not to be tacky about this. But what kind of money are we talking about a big reason why people in the past have gone forward without going to college because frankly they're getting exploited and they're not getting paid is this cash? Consideration in this situation as well. Yeah. I think it's a sweetener. There's no doubt about that. I mean you heard RJ talk about this is basketball reasons. He thinks he's going to progress most as a basketball player by going there a basketball decision, but from everything, I've gathered he's gonna make upwards of half a million dollars with this deal. And then you add in the ability to now go after a shoe deal, he won't be under the NCAA umbrella that could be looking at potentially seven figures. So I think the money definitely doesn't hurt for Jehan to the quality of the league is one thing in terms of exposure in terms ability to grow as a player, but from a lifestyle standpoint, Australia and New Zealand specifically where he'll be living. I would presume are different thing where do you think that element comes in, in terms of just simply the fact of an American teenager, moving overseas in such a way? How much do you think that's going to affect his decision and other players down the line, their potential this as well? Yeah. You know, we've seen we haven't seen it from guy his age in eighteen year old but Americans love playing in this league. We've seen it time and time again, you know, Jerome Randle is a name that comes to my mellow Trimble who led the league in scoring the former Maryland standout. So I really think he's going to enjoy it. It's an English speaking country. The fact that, you know, their owners are four time NBA all star Shawn. Marion, Florida standout NBA player, Matt Walsh. These are guys who clearly know what they're doing of the understand what it takes to get to the NBA. He's going to have all the facilities everything he needs to progress in from everything. I understand. This is not the last name who could potentially come into the fold year. We've heard lamelo ball as another option for this program. So, you know, I think it's a really attractive option for eighteen nineteen year old kids looking to go, this route one word answer. Do you think this helps or hurts his potential for exposure versus the NCAA as choice? Listen scouts are going to see you more when you're in the NCAA there's no doubt about that. But I do think that being able to play against grown men every single day being able to focus on strictly basketball being able to you know, it's a shorter season as well. They end in late February potentially early March if they go to the playoffs. So he's going to have time to do as Predrag work going to have time to be able to get in the gym, get stronger. So I think there are pluses, there are minuses, but I really do think that this is going to end up being a strong decision for Hampton. No question. He's VN NBA draft analyst, Mike Schmitz. Thank you, sir. In china. It is tradition to not name a newborn panda until one hundred days after it is born in the United States. However, when the one hundred NFL season is one hundred days away from kicking off with their party to commemorate this special Tuesday in America. Let's talk. Dan Graziano who broke down for ESPN dot com today. What we have as far as unfinished business goes on the pro gridiron. All right. Let's get to it. There was a serious Email that was reported that went out from the NFL as Dan, excuse me, demo Smith, saying, basically, look get ready for a work stoppage, and we're talking about up to a year. Save your cash. What are your reactions to that? And what that could mean for the rest of the league at this stage of the season. Yeah. My understanding is that this is the first time the union has done this way agents mailing them to say have your players save their money in the event that there's a work stoppage. I talked to a couple of people there at the PA the smoking, they say, look, it's all about negotiate for the best, but plan for the worst. There's a of optimism on both sides of the negotiations that they can get to a new without a work stoppage this time. It's two seasons left on the current agreement, and they're already negotiating which is a lot different than it was ten years ago. But, you know, just because I looked at all the weather forecasts and convince myself it wouldn't rain doesn't mean there's any harm in throwing an umbrella. And the just in case, the worst happens everything falls apart. You want to remind the players to have some money on hand in case, those checks dryer doomsday scenarios aside. What are we actually talking about in terms of the main sticking points with indie CBS negotiations at this stage? Age. Well, I think it's very early. And I think the two sides are sketching out where each other stands on key issues, what the priorities are going to be. And I think you'll see it talked about in terms of can the players get back some of the revenue share that they gave away last time can the owners get fresh stadium credits for new construction renovation on the projects. They want to do the players will certainly bring up issues like the franchise tag, and how long rookie contracts are, and how long it takes to get two free agency. I don't know that there's going to be major movement on those kinds of fronts. We already see some of the answer, Larry stuff some of the non-economic stuff coming to fruition with the announcement last week of the pain management committee, and the and the mental behavioral health committee, so there are those talks already bearing fruit, and some meaningful ways, even if they haven't got to the nitty gritty financial issues just yet are let's schizo some more team specific issues. The Kansas City Chiefs of obviously been in a very tricky spot in terms of. Various players Tyree kills specifically the appearance of this tape, and what she said things that many people thought were unspeakable to a certain level, and very harmful came about. And now this sort of a question as to plainly, what happens with him where do you think the chiefs going? What do you think the league does and says, how we're going to deal they rather are going to deal with? Well NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said last week at the owners meetings that they would wait until the law enforcement investigate and out in Kansas City finishes up before they'll do anything he said, we want to be respectful of that. We're prepared to do an interview, meaning with tyreek hill, but they're going to wait until that's done. So everything's on hold is interesting. I've seen it written a couple of places that the chiefs of suspended tyreek hill. That's not actually true. They've just sort of reached an agreement with them where both sides say it's best for him to stay away from team activities. This all gets sorted out. They haven't formerly suspended him, which means you could show up for work if you wanted to he just understands. It's the best thing right now not too. So it's possible at some point that chiefs or the league have to take some kind of action. But right now they're in the off season. No one's being paid. No one's missing any kind of mandatory work. They're able to sort of let this situation sit off to the side. While Johnson county district attorney's turn those would it needs to. Whether results in a suspension, whether it results in the chiefs releasing him the way they did Kareem hunt last season. So they're in a wait and see mode at this point. I'm curious about another team in that division raiders. Because I stayed in a hotel in Vegas, a couple of months back in every doing every day, I looked out the window, and I saw this atrocity getting built every single second. But it didn't seem to be making much progress. What is going on with the raiders, and this move to Vegas? We got all sorts of cams showing us these things that are happening. Where do we stand on this one? That they're convinced it will be ready for them to play. And in two thousand twenty and anybody who had followed all the back and forth in terms of trying to figure out where the raiders are gonna play in two thousand nineteen that wasn't easy. They were negotiating with the city of Oakland, which had no reason to do them any favors. They know they're leaving. But they are of the belief and convinced that, that stadium will be ready for play in twenty twenty which will make next offseason, very interesting for the raiders in terms of when they move where they practice etcetera etcetera, so, yeah. The stadium construction. That's, that's not it's not my area of expertise. Like what is supposed to like a year and a half out? But sense, I get from talking to people involved in that organization is there's not much concern about that aspect of it. Just yet. All right. Last thing last us, of course about the biggest talk of the offseason thing for the most casual fan, which is instant replay showed up and everybody's appre appreciate and stuff. You know what happens is far as what the league is going to do after we saw develop in the championship game before. So remember in March at the urging of the coaches, the coaches really pushed the owners and the teams to vote on a proposal that would allow for review booth review of pass interference calls in the final two minutes of the game, obviously a reaction to the saints Rams NFC championship game in the way that ended when the owners gathered without the coaches last week in in south. There was a lot of talk about. Hey, how do we really put this into practice? Do we really want to subject this to boost reviews, which means almost every pass thrown in the final? Two minutes of the game could be subject to her a review or do, we want to throw that back in the coaches hands and have it be a coach's review, which means that coaches would have to save some challenges for later in the and the whole issue of the hail Mary doing exempt the hail Mary from the play. Or do we figure out how to define a hail Mary, and it's a mess? So the problem is the coaches want instant replay as much as possible, because all they care about is, how to get the thing, right? Not how long the game steak, not how watchable they are. But they. Owners and the people who are in charge of negotiating TV deals care about that other stuff too. So they're trying to figure out how all that works together, not an easy solution in sight bit of a catch twenty two he's Dan Graziano, and you can check out his work on the ESPN dot com. 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Here's more stuff than matters, having interviewed nearly two dozen sources inside the Lakers for an office Baxter homes reported today on ESPN dot com about the dysfunction on the Lakers under Bajic Johnson, and rob Pelinka the culture of fear distrust anxiety was pervasive, especially in planet LeBron's first season with the team. For more check out the saga backs his whole story on ESPN dot com. Michigan state has a new president naming doctor Samuel Stanley junior to the position earlier today Stanley is the permanent replacement for Lou Anna Simon who resigned in the wake of the Larry Nassar, a sexual abuse scandal. That rocked the university, she now faces charges of lying to police. Dr Stanley has spent over a decade Stony Brook university, part of the New York state university system Phillies outfielder ODA bell Harare, has been placed on administrative leave by major league baseball after he was arrested on charges of simple assault in Atlantic City on Monday night police found verse twenty year old girlfriend with visible signs of injury to her arms and neck that they say were caused by the former all-star early policy. He can remain only for seven days during an investigation. All your moments of self doubt, fear or disappointment, fuel your drive to be great because it will be in those moments of fear that we have to realize we must redefine success, and what it means to us. There are only one set of twins to play on the same team in the Super Bowl, and they're presumably only ones that have twins that have given a commencement speech at Rutgers University. Devon, twin brother Jason mccourty both were a part of the Super Bowl champion patriots team that beat the Los Angeles Rams in February. Their commencement speech was a big hit and the message of all your moments of self doubt, fear or disappointment, fuel your drive to be great. Well, it was well received. The two also got honorary degrees in their al-matar and a big time advocate. Both of them are for the value of education. In addition to athletes, the mccourty twins. Join us here on OT oh, first of all, all put on a lot of different things to play football. What was up with those robes those things we very uncomfortable. When you're out there. That he told me about that. It was it was hot. It wasn't too bad. I think we were sitting in Canada shaded part of the stadium. So it made it a little bit better. But we got to call ourselves doctors for a little while. So it was it was worth the role very cool. You know, I listen. I notice you guys do a lot of things a lot different spaces. But I do want to know specifically, how did you come up with what you were going to say at this particular speech and how you were going to present your message? So the kids have Rutgers. Well, some long nights, some long nice to wives going back and forth decided, you know what is that? We want to do how we wanted to do, but I thought we kind of just kept going back and forth doing it. Speaking allow on the best take we did was gonna miss miss so that was good thing that a toughest power is just trying to figure out how we both, we're going to tell was there to podiums to microphones, that's where I want to stress came in one of the things that you guys advocate a lot for has to do with education in academics, and how those things work together. Tell me a little bit about the promise act and what that means to you guys and how you're trying to push forward for more funding for kids to play ball. On the state of Massachusetts is a huge achievement yet when it comes to schools between rich students and poor students something I'd kinda Dev, is once I got here is kinda pulled me into open. My eyes up was just trying to trying to just close that gap and one of the things is there a commission at the our seed I came up with five recommendations that needed to happen to get that gap glows in there's an right now going on called the promise that would incorporate all five of those recommendations. So just myself, Matthew, Slater Doron Harmon of we've just been trying to do our best to, you know, just further. Get that message out and hopefully legislation and something in Paris, we can closed. I get if I made you g my breaking down with that means that I'm not saying to go through all the legislation. But just in terms of what it means to not be able to have money and therefore not be able to play when it comes to a school system for those who don't really understand what that means that particular state. Yeah. Like last week, we got to go to Tracy elementary school in Massachusetts. And we just got to see some of the conditions of the school. I think the thing that stuck out was there was a lot of caring people principals teachers all want to do great things. But it was a school that was kinda short staff. You know, spacing was bed. Had some clashes that they had to move a couple of kids in the hallway to better educate them, having different social workers or therapy off air for students who go through things at home, and then overall speaking of teachers in schools, that don't have fulltime, science teachers don't have full time p teachers just hearing, those things moneywise those resources will help these schools out on, and then I think we kinda got to learn, and, you know, be around people understand how to fix these things, but they need the resources to go fix them. So just being able to be in the school, being Tricia elementary school for day on the summit or need and some of the things they go through, I think taught us all. And that was only just an example. One school of wood is light throughout the state, and no schools were lower income families. There were no you. No, no. You thought about retirement for a little bit here recently. Just tell me a bit about little about where you guys are from a life standpoint and a converse standpoint overall considering the Super Bowl and following up on it. He wasn't gonna retire, but I do I do someone to work, we've been able to do has been a cool part about being an NFL on. And obviously, you know he just got here, but being on the patriots and getting a lot of attention because it a winning in a different things we do here as orgnization. So I think from a lifestyle now both of us father's married on. You're starting to see somebody's different things and change you can affect on, while also still have a ton of fun here. Off-season working out with the guys, you know, teaching him how to you know now continue to win not just one season. So still having a lot of fun playing awesome. Well, if they're accordion, and you can check out their work elsewhere, and go look at that speech, they got the funny hats on they got the rose. But you know what the message really mattered? So I appreciate you guys. Thank you much. Coming up. Serena gives a not to her French hosts at full on GAO's on me so to yell. Sportscenter six after PTI would sage and Kevin, they'll take us inside the Lakers, dysfunction, distrust, panic attacks, plus more on whether or not Antonio Brown will accept Big Ben Rothlisberger apology Stephen, as take on the NBA finals sportscenter ESPN and the ESPN app. Our next thirty for thirty film qualified tells the story of Janet Guthrie, the first woman to qualify for the you need apples, five hundred and the Daytona five hundred which she accomplished in the mid seventies of male dominated American motorsports stands as a testament of determination and skill it premieres. Tonight at eight eastern on ESPN and the CNN. When you know people are looking at you what you wear in matters. And when you're the greatest tennis player of all time and you're playing in the French Open. Your tire will be scrutinized. And if you're a black woman named Serena Jamaica Williams, folks will use quite the array of verbiage to describe your choice in clothing. Zebra outfit was one description. I read in multiple news stories. Yeah. No, she's not an animal statement bunch. You was another headline. I came across, well, we're getting warmer, the actual garment Williams wars said, mom Sean on Clinton day s mother champion Queen goddess, then she literally removed, the Cape and went onto her eight hundred career victory and her quest for fourth French Open title. The outfit was designed by the Lord height beast, virtual blow himself the second time to have worked together. You'll all of course, remember that last year, her Black Panther outfit was banned for festively being black. The French tennis federation president said at the time you have to respect the game and the place, which is perhaps Serena needed to remind. One of both her game and her place who else could reasonably carry those titles, with such grace when asked about it. Williams said those four words that's a lot to carry, isn't it? Then she continued by saying. But so is being Serena Williams, which is exactly why nobody else's. Cr tomorrow, as I'm putting you can catch on the undefeated elsewhere. Thanks joins.

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Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ & Travis (HR 2)

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

00:00 sec | 2 years ago

Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ & Travis (HR 2)

"Saint almost fire guys. You know why three? That's an indie. There we go. He good job on an all request Wednesday, t Davis, one three eight on the Instagram. He's a longtime listener of ESPN LA from Indianapolis. That's why we played that but he wanted to hear a little mash up here. Here we go. First off the classic. What happened? Whoa. What happens? They stole my net follow by followed by black will hit that one more time. Black alive version Raja. It's a snake draft draft. And there you go t Davis, one three eight on an all request one say, thank you so much for listening. IT davis. You've been Saint elmo's a half. Yeah. He has to this. The only place damn. Damn. Well. He. Every single person who supports connected. Vigil. You say Saint elmo's we all know what it is final four and you go to those places, you know, like when are we going, right? You're gonna go. You're gonna have the shrimp cocktail spicy. We got it. Shrimp. Cocktail would a bottle of horseradish horseradish harsh read. It's on a little little cocktail so rose, you know, rose, you can go to get some horseradish. That's true. You can do that, too. Six fifty six dot we fire up piece Doppler, it's an Anaheim, where it's fifty four degrees. A high of seventy seven today, Raj going to heat up don't ever miss horseradish sneak draft. Be careful. Now careful. National paper clip day, and keys. Headline is presented by sprint Cocco Lulu Kaku. So you guys tend to, like, interesting stories and hiking's bears and things of that nature. So in Aspen, Colorado, I know you do a hiker near Aspen, Colorado was bitten by bear in a very rare incident. I don't know how they're saying. I don't know why people think is rare because everytime. They're making with her husband on hundred creek trail near loan pie road in Aspen, Colorado in Canada. Bear walking toward them. Why would you walk toward the bear when he was walking towards the pair? Yeah. They just go. Two things. Tell you what. First of all, bear Colorado walking trail more like plug. Yeah. Yeah. All right. And they try to peacefully peacefully me vade, the bear move to the side where they negotiate. Lose me, sir. They moved to the side and let the bear cross the road really is great like they're in the island target. Cart. And he just move off to me that the woman says they try to give the bear space stem off the trail, Colorado parks and wildlife status as the bear walked by she's it. Suddenly turned bitter, she ran his fastest she could disappearing into the view. It's not a four-way stop where you had to go first. A bear bit her in the, the bear bitterness by freaky beer. Meet right where she thick, but then the the was it a black bear. Black bear Brown, black bear. Yeah. Well, according to court, you like is Travis. Shocked. Her life. Let me get through this, please. Go ahead key. The Blair was described as a light Brown black bear weighing about three hundred pounds. So Chris, or he was life. Wearing a Chicago Cubs. T-shirt. So the way I'm gonna make Dolecek my wardrobe, lack you didn't know about that. No. Of course, according to the C, P, W officer. What officer? CPI W. Okay. Patrol wilderness wilderness. No. Rodel park wildlife is what point. Could be really could not be any further from Colorado. Right. Already pairs there. I know. And so she was rested hospital for treatment. The officer went on to say she's lucky, it wasn't more serious, really. When you hike in the woods, or you go camping, where there are bears. You bring like that air prepar, spare air. Guess what? Travis. I'm not going to have to worry about bringing nothing beautiful. I'm not got look. I'm not going hiking trails at I'm going on. It's going to be about. It's gonna be paid is going to be about sixty people walking trails, or me and all you have to do is outrun fifty nine of them. Right. But it's so so going to studio city, I'm going to the place up in Hollywood. What's the one in Hollywood is? You know that Runyon canyon. Let it smell like dogs. I'm gonna do. I'm gonna do some out in Tarzana area. There's gonna do something Calabasas. It see Travis. He needs to send them on a boardwalk is a trail. Outdoorsman but a nice hike through, you know canyon, it's nice nothing nothing good happens in places like key. It's beautiful. I would tell you behind the Newport coast. I'm old go behind walk that trail. That's fine. But there sixty people in front of me in another sixty behind me bears by the time you're saying, basically, there's no bears in these areas. So as you guys know, we recently bought a house in Arizona. Well, we know now and the hubby was opposed to pick me up from the airport texts me says he couldn't make it. I was like, what's up? And he's like, well, there's a rattlesnake at the front door. Yup. And I said, a who? Jokey tastes, a picture, send it to me. And the first thing I say to him swear to God so to house. I was like I'm out about it was it was a novel. But you just show me a rattlesnake at my front door. I'm out here route rattlesnakes though, you can take care of the shovel. I mean he's just bam they done, but bear a different thing. Think about it. Chris is a bear. Let me think about it. I'm more of a small bear, though. Still bears shopping in. Oh, gosh. All right. That was keys headline today. You're listening to k SPN Los Angeles to Travis Roger. So magic went on to sportscenter yesterday presumably to talk about the NBA finals. But you knew what was coming Baxter homes as peace dropped yesterday morning, which laid out in a whole new wave of dysfunction inside the Laker building a lot of it about magic that he was an abusive boss, that he was a mercurial manager that they didn't know that they're going to get magic or they're gonna get urban the guy that was gonna fire people, the guy who's going to be in a good mood. They never knew exactly what was going to have a one of the things in the piece that was talked about was that. Lebron James is agency. Maverick Carter enrich, Paul specifically were given far too much access to the team, and that they were the ones that were kind of a shadow management team as well as far as moving players in dealing with the coach. And here's what magic had to say about giving too much access to Rich Paul, which Paul had access to the Lakers, because he had two clients with the Lakers, he called and said, hey, I'm in Brooklyn. We've talked about allowing him to fly back with the team. That's the only time he flew with the team because they were it was in Brooklyn. And I allowed him to do it. That was on me. I Lau him to do that. Again, I of all the things in that article. This is the one that makes the most sense to me. This is that, well, if it makes the most sense now that magic explained. No. Even before the explanation, tha that I hate to say it, but Mr. Baxter made it seem as though Rich Paul had called blunts just jump onto the plane in a man putting a gate, seven I won't roll. You know, I want to exit row, one eight yeah, I won't want it. Well, I don't like when I want, I want, I want you to I want to win what I want to. I mean, that's what he made it sound like which magic comes out Travis and he says, but I let them do fly with us because he basically didn't have a way home anyone to get back to California, even if he did have carte blanche, even if he was the guy calling the shot and gate, numbers and everything else, again, it that your Magic Johnson understands that LeBron James get special treatment than it. Lebron James needs to be happy that first and foremost, whether it's with the coach, whether it's with the. Training staff or whether it's with his ages that LeBron needs to get with the bronze wants to LeBron can be at his best problem, the problem with that sort of cut you off tribes, but I did saw. But pro, you gotta think it's a it turns into more of a more of a Laker magic problem if they allow an agent now obviously got the best plan of world. Several of them other agents will for whatever catty ways that they have they were resent, the Lakers and magic if this was something that was ongoing, there would be a guy who has a couple of players that may not be LeBron James, both certainly resent, Rich Paul. Which they're doing. Anyway. I was going to say to find somebody to say nasty things about Rich Paul is not difficult to do. Their agents aren't going react to other non stop at the resentment to Rich Paul, not only Rich Paul, but the Lakers, people will do devious themes because they didn't get their way because they have. Kimball walker. And they can't fly on a plane because they represent Kimball wall Kimba. Walkers, not LeBron. Sorry, your data because me that they don't under-. They don't know that they're delusional when it comes to those sorts of things they think they got the top do going, even though they don't they think that the, the seventh guy off the bench is LeBron James because they represent them so they should be able to fly on a plane to. So it creates a problem for the Lakers and magic. That's why I'm so glad he was able to clear it up and clarify exactly what it was that happened. And according to the conversation, it was a game in Brooklyn, the Brooklyn next year. Yeah. Right. So they had just lost the third game in four tries. So they're one win was against Charlotte Hornets and Saturday, Sunday news, basically blowed out, Washington. And then they lose to de ngelo Russell in Brooklyn. So they're already not feeling certain kind of way. Right. They hit comes Rich Paul on the plane and you could understand why the young players will maybe feel as if this was an uncomfortable situation for them. They're being evaluated. Players agent. Foster to Dangelo relatives. It is at the young players that said, this was somebody on the story of squealing presence of Rich Paul made the young players, Hewison kind of and the coaching staff and the coaching staff did in the cellar, stay fought though you should do. You, you can say that they shouldn't, but the story saying that the coaches and the players both felt uncomfortable by the presence of Rich Paul. Because they knew that he was evaluating Luke Walton to while Brian Shaw really gave a damn whether or not Rich Paul was flying. I'm being honest with well, okay. But here's another thing and we heard magic earlier and we'll hear him again later. But he said he took another run at Luke Walton in the five minute answer that he get. He went out of his way to talk about. Luke, Walton not be in the right coach, and he want he had it bad for Luke, and that he couldn't get him out. So I don't think Luke necessarily was worried about rich Moluccas by worried about magic because he knew magic was coming for his job. But I don't know if he was worried about the other guy because magic it already circled in red dot on him. But knowing that he was coming for Lou. Yeah. But you put that red dot on him. Ninety come for Luke influenced of the other two guys, see if LeBron okay, I'm coming into the situation and I'm picking up the Brown Amar years, coach. We don't really have a relationship I just took the biggest star in sports, and we don't have a relationship. At some point, he's probably not going to like me. I'm already going in there thinking that anyway it out. 'cause I'm not Pat Riley. I'm not feel Jackson. I'm not Doc Rivers. I'm not Lenny Wilkins. I'm not those guys. I'm a young coats Chana put my feet on the grass. And had a lot of success hasn't had a lot of success. I got the biggest star coming. So all ready know chances of me being here to see his contract through is probably not going to happen, then I'm watching his agent have a sidebar with the president of the team at times. I'm watching this, so yeah, I'm gonna be a little uncomfortable in that situation knowing that my friends or telling me man, you got you got to LeBron go get you. I'm telling you the other. You already. But he was already. Okay. You know, something right? But when I tell you, it's different you already know it. But when I sit there, and I'll tell you, you know, Chris, h lunch you already know Rachel, let's because it's not an refrigerator. Right. But, but Chris in. Now you feel different about it. If I ate it you'd be like, oh, ki key was hungry. I understand he didn't eat Chris eight two hours ago. Eating again that. It's the truth, though. You know something? But the moment that I'd tell you, you gonna feel different about it. So like the other thing that magic clearly was not okay. With was the perception and the characterization that he was not working hard that he was lazy lazy. I have built a six hundred million dollar business. You cannot be lazy going from playing basketball and winning five championships. So I wasn't lazy as a player and I'm not lazy as a CEO in a business owner that's never gonna happen. Magic of all the things that he probably has taken offense to through this whole thing. It seems to me that being characterized as lazy, being characterizes, somebody who was handed all this stuff being characterized as somebody who was in a position to have a six hundred million dollar empire. That was gifted to him because he's charismatic. And because he smiles, and because people like him are like him, I should say that, that was the thing that really set him off because. He spent a lot of time discussing and explaining why he isn't lazy. Is this morla Toya Chris now? No, it's a theme song. I like to dedicate tells e who wait what did he say he likes to become one? It is the girls. It is a birthday Melby mail. Be forty four years old today. Don't even tell me anything about Spice Girls. But Melby thought she was spicy was she sporty spice may her scary spiked, Gary spice. Okay. Making that face all kind of spices, you can offer up a black woman, and you make one that don't even exist. She could have been cinnamon spice. Ross. To say the black what she scary. Oh. I don't think we know how many little kids of, you know, Travis is saying, look it up. Yeah. That's right. That is kind of scary. I'm serious has impressions in young people's minds man. Scary sporty who else that'd be liked? You couldn't have been sporty Elsie. That would be like having a line of barley knowing, and all of the white tag, Princess this, and then the blackmail was scary Barbie. Right. Barbie. I know I know the one everybody swears by the Merrick Beckham. Yeah. They swear by her, she was sporty, high posh it, and I know he was mercy spice because she got the real rich. And then I know this when I actually ran in the mail be years ago, who was the red headed one, I liked her. They we go is that. Yeah. Oh boy. No Melby was. Right, though, not ran into years ago. No, no, no. She was right. I ran two years ago at at high no sunset when it first opened. And I was like, damn I so you know, I'm, I'm like, okay, that's what's up. Did you know obviously can't smoke in, in places and so they had the smoke are back. So I haven't had just go. I was going out back for something to get on the phone, say something somebody and she was over there. Puffing on cigarette. I'll euro course us and that point it wouldn't then she can do for me. It's nothing girls that smoked and always kind of edge is always willing to go to edges rose. No, I'm good. I think her name, actually was ginger spice. I thought I was making it up, but his interest sound like telecommunication college, Jerry, Halloween, or something like that. Hollowell spice, sporty spice, baby spice, and then scary spice. Let's right there. Oh, happy birthday to mill piece forty four years, forty four years old birthday today and blank to you. That's usually what it means. When we say happy birthday that the birthday is today. Good job keep go ahead finish the rating lock it out. Let's do this heckling. Jekyll? With the pussycat dolls. Okay. I just was looking at so. Birthday brought you by Jaguar Land Rover Newport Beach off the seventy three towards the sea. Visit Land Rover Newport Beach dot com Land Rover above and beyond. So magic started his conversation yesterday on sportscenter in response to the article written by Baxter homes, which is on ESPN dot com. Lakers, two point. Oh, how the reboot failed and he opened it talking about how he's never abused in employees. There's never been an HR complaint against him in all the times that he's worked, and all these different five hundred fortune five hundred companies the Lakers the dodgers etcetera, etcetera. And then he said, do you think that Jeanie Buss would allow him to abuse employs? There's magic do you think Jeanie Buss will allow me to abuse, the employee's if that was the case with a call me in Joe McCormack with a call me in the lawyer for the Lakers, as well as Dan, the other lawyer? It never happened. Couple of things here number one, just because there has never been a complaint doesn't mean there isn't something going on with how we've seen with powerful men in particular. It's very difficult for people to some. Go and say this is the guy. That's tormenting me because they're fearful for their livelihood, their job their future in the industry. It cetera et cetera et cetera. That's one category. So who knows the other part is any sentence that starts with. Do you think the GD Bush, Jeanie Buss would blank? Yeah, yeah, I do because she's let a whole bunch of other things that I didn't think would happen happened. She has has still hasn't said a word really since magic left and said, worsens, Frank, Vogel, got hired since this article was was was written since magic was on. I take so that she's this, this executive who's on top of every detail inside of organization is clearly not true, when the the places on fire, and she's twiddling their thumbs. You think she's like on a hike in, in Hawaii. I look, I think that when certain things become more serious. She gets involved. If this was a case, if it was an age more serious than this now. That's what I'm saying. So obviously isn't that serious? It obviously is some look. I can't Baxter wrote the story. Okay. I in in who are you talking to who are you talk more than twenty four former and current Laker employees. Okay. Who, though, are you talking to the higher ups or you talking to people that actually matter or you just talking to somebody who's in employees, or an ex employees because there's different levels. Now, if you're talking to the if you're talking to Tim Harris. There may be some different if you're talking to Linda Rambus, it's something different. But if you talk into the ball boy, a ballboy, or you're talking to an assistant trainer who's working on getting his medical license, or something, and he that's different. Because when you start to play around with a brand, and you start accusing certain things for a certain type of person with this particular brand that's saying a lot. But key if if, if she's not going to respond to arguably the most famous alumni, ever, the most influential Laker ever arguably her him at Kobe won in one, a if this doesn't get you to react to something if this isn't a ten alarm fire if this isn't Defcon one, what is I mean be magic nuked your franchise? But if I but if I already know what the conversation is, we'll be magic and already understand exactly what it is that he's doing what it is that he did. Why do I need to address it from public standpoint, just because I need to cure your taste buds, because the family, the, the, the fans the people that are Laker fans are freaking out. They don't know exactly what's going on in magic while there he still one of a fan favorites less so than he used to be. He's got his version of the story, if you don't fill in your version of the story, we're just gonna soom his is the true. He'll, he'll never get boo. Walk through Staples. I don't think so either, so it doesn't it doesn't even matter, get boo. His statue would never be covered. But that doesn't mean you don't look at them different, right? I mean it depends on who you are man. I'll speak for me. Personally, I was disappointed that he put their business on Front Street in that capacity. Now, you guys know I love me some edgy Johnson. He's from Michigan. The whole nine but I was disappointed in the manner in which he put what was going on with the Lakers out on Frenchie like day because I think it makes it a little bit more difficult, not impossible, but just a little bit more difficult to get certain free agents to walk through the door as a result of it. But when you see when you or face with something if somebody's constantly talking behind your back and saying things, you trying to work with them, and you trying to put them in a position to be successful to succeed in, you decide, you know, a menacing for me. But at the same time is bothering you over and over and over and over and over, I don't have no allegiance to rob Pelinka for magic does it. I don't. Okay. What does he I didn't blast? I didn't blast genius level. He got here with the shrapnel. Hit the big time, she only got hit, because I didn't confirm with her prior to me stem, she got like we, we all the three of us would have sat in here for the last week or so. And so now the three that too happy about who is the most person the person most responsible for what's been going on. All three of six edits genie. Yeah. Now, now magic took out. Rob magic took out rob with the he's a backstabber. He's a liar. He he nyah lated him. But because he didn't go out of his way to say genie had nothing to do with this, all of this stuff landed on her. She's the one that looks the worst out of all of this. Komo now. You now. Jodi see debut album forever. My lady twenty years ago. Did you ever play Jonasson? You allows twenty how many kids three three ages? Eighteen and a half sixteen and thirteen and a half you should've had some you handle Joe to see us messing around with, like Robin. Thicke assam. Progress to pretty good because, you know, Robin Thicke was basically like scanned. Yeah. John be Ambi. But this Joe lissi further. My lady is a lot of a lot of babies. A lot of babies made the job is here. Malaya's lion. Man, I got fire from my record store job because Jodi no, I stole the CD. Yes, their debut album, get a discount or something. I was a poor college student. Krista debuted debut album, twenty eight years ago. Yes. Man, I'm do Jody is the one that gets you out of your chair every time. Yeah. Because that's it. This is it man have done a lot to Joe. Pass to deal with drop. Do that. And Stevie like, what are you doing? Co-sign. Joe twosies just it's just one of them things get you out the seat every single time. You know, Steve's triceps star bulging. The Pat off Chris peddle. All right. Magic was on sportscenter yesterday. And he covered a lot of ground it, we're talking about. They're never gonna cover a statue. Magic never gonna walk into staple center and get booed. But it is interesting to see how people's reaction to maj, who was almost invincible and bulletproof, as far as PR went for thirty years. All of a sudden it started to change a little bit. Let's go to the sprint people's hotline. Let's start in Gardena with, and while you're on the morning show. What's up? Request. Can I get Z in for a full week dammit? Come on. Oh, you gotta know vis a time. On this show man, you are an entertainer. My friend. Love. All right. That's why I'm saying. Thank you, sir. Get to the magic team. All right. I'm a die hard magic fan. I'm one of the few that the, the magic is above Colby in the Laker echelon, but man enough. These enough man, this guy. I mean he's always been a pug, how we know that. And, and right now, it's like man. He's searching for spotlight. Like if he's a LAPD officer looking for somebody man. Because come on magic. I mean, we got it the first time there's no need for the second time to come on and just enough man. If you wanna napalm the bridge, just come out and say, you want to buy the team already. 'cause that's what I think is happening. I think he's trying to make every, so he could come out and by the team. That's just what I got love the morning show. You guys are the best in the world. She Raj key out. Fro-. Thanks. But first of all, he can't buy the team, okay because AIG has first right of refusal in their not gonna go seriously. They're gonna just echo. Yeah. You're not gonna let go, so this whole notion that everybody keeps putting out there that they that he wants to buy the team he wants to buy team. Well, he could partner with AG if they felt like doing it, but they have I writer, refusal and from what I understand they have the checkbook to write it if they need to do. So. So look at the end of the day he was bulletproof believed that he still is I still believe he's bullet. You don't think there's been any damage at all nece? It's just that you, you, it's hot news every week every not every week. But every other day this story is going to continue. Magic Johnson was quiet, right? They need to talk to Stephen A. I take they would eat twelve dues over then story came up accusing him of things just like if it was us is somebody did that to us. We're going to defend ourselves especially if it's allies. If you say that. Kisha screwed up the Arab Zona cardinals it I screw them up. Okay. But if you say Keyshawn Johnson hired his entire family to run the Arizona Cardinals. And I didn't I've got a defendant, even though I probably would tell you doing nepotism, nother sprint people's hotline, this time on the four zero five freeway, Brandon. What's up? I was going on this show. Just wanted to in I wanna do a quick little blame pie. If you guys would allow me. So first of all four through Saint goes to Jeanie Buss, right? He's the owner of the things she did not allow Magic Johnson to come in and higher. He's people what she should have been able to do. Right. Absolutely. That's the first four thirty percent. Golden was to Magic Johnson in mind. The president. Right. Not handling the situation right way. Afterwards after all this stuff came out the professional twenty percent goes rock Lincoln right for nine dollars. Stayed in it would have been the guy that worked for magic right? And then later on, once you get everything gets promotion and ten percent finally to LeBron James. His agency not just LeBron but his agency, as well right for not getting a young player, comfortable me not coming near. And you know, nobody can say everybody and running real quick is I can see two free agents coming over. Right. Even with all this, this months. Right. Kyrie Irving is a guy who can operate with all this stuff going on straight with Brian expectations. He's all that. I think he's a guy who wants to come to LA to build up. So what did you guys think about that? I can see him coming over to kind of been out there saying that and I can see those two things. Thanks, brian. Well, I will say that Jimmy Butler is high on my list for sure. Jimmy Butler before Kyrie Jimmy before everybody's suffocated and co is that concern and understand, they had some health issues understand his age. But if you need a two way player who can carry the offense. When LeBron's sits down or needs to sit down, Jimmy Butler has proven his time in Chicago that he can do that. And he's proven his time in Philadelphia. That went in big moments. He's willing to step up and take the big shots yet. No doubt. I want to go back to his blame pie. He added forty thirty twenty ten between genie magic Palinka and James. And here's why I think that that's wrong because the other that the sub ones, both magic Pelinka and James. All of those things could have been solved with better leadership at the very top. That's why genie deserves far more than forty percent of this. We're talking sixty seventy I think because she could have dealt with magic. She could have dealt with rob. She could have dealt with the agency. She could have put out at least a portion of some of these fires as opposed to letting get to where it's gotten too. And that's why I think. That never mind half its way more than happy, while we are where we are because her could it be this? She is unaware of how, you know how it got to where it's gone too, because she'd be unaware, that it was festering at the level, the heat was turned up at the level, not know, could they have kept that away from because they internally meaning magic in rob was basically just I dunno passing each other in the hallway, and she didn't know did Magic Johnson ever. Go to genie and say I'm sick and tired of this do. He's getting on my damn nerves and vice versa. So high else was, she know if the dynamics was working because guess where I'm pointing back to Christmas. Take it a shake it in three minutes. All right key. Let's get right to it doc. Rivers says they've Kawai Leonard is the most Jordan that we have ever seen. Here's doc, the most like Jordan that we you see there's a letter break. Lebron is phenomenal ladies phenomenal. But winning. Not that he is Jordan or anything like that. But he's the most likeable big hands game can finish great leaper great defender inbetween game if you beat him to the stop bumps you off. And then you add his three point shooting, you know, so, you know, I never get in that who's the best player, you know magic is the best player. You know Michael Jordan was the best player LeBron but it's that same group coup. Why is the most like Jordan? We've seen according to Doc Rivers, take shake it. I'm gonna take it because. I'm gonna take it because if I was the head coach, general manager, president of the clippers in free agency was coming up and I was looking for a player that could give me over the home. I certainly would compare him new Michael Jordan alone. With Oscar Robertson manage a magic in there. Gee, this a little bit of Jesus. He's better than Kevin Durant. When I know I'm not gonna probably get Kevin Durant. He's better than the Broncos. There's a chance, I'm not going to get LeBron. I could still still Kevin Durant. But of course, he's gonna say all those things will look if you look at Coalisland and his game, you could compare it to a, the great ones, you certainly can Michael Jordan had snap crackle pop. He had a lot of sizzle any at a circle. We all tried to emulate, his walk. We all tried to have a press conference in liquor lips that was just part of that was am I right? Yeah. Travis I wanna play like him but lick your lips. I've never hear Jordan. It's my life because I'm pretty trite and I'm still believing a rivalry gave me a piece of gum today. Our be imitate. Michael jordan. Jordan, this one here. Travis to. Yeah. Real hard, if we could. Yeah. Just sort of FANG what he doesn't have is the sizzle though. And that's why quite gets left off these conversations because he's not into that. He don't care about clearly all right? Next one in can sue goes from the NFC champ last year to a team that hasn't made the playoffs since oh, seven uncle I like being part of things that you can build and be able to put them over the top. That's dominating. Sue take it or shake it key. I see. Take it went from a you went from the NFC champ, and NFC chumps, and Detroit didn't get over the top and neither did my in the Rams got over the top with some other players. And I certainly believe that sues a important part of the defense but not at the number economically that the Rams paid him a year ago. I, I don't know exactly what he got from Tampa, Tampa Bay financially but it certainly was rewarding. I'm assuming about nine mill nine point three, okay? So we got fourteen year. Yeah. So, okay. So you got ten million dollars from the ramp Bay Buccaneers you take that ten million? You say everything you supposed to say is he writes, bangers is in Dominic suet difference maker? If you have him, do you have a much better chance of success than if you don't have him at this point in his career? I, I don't know. I don't know if he's better than Gerald McCoy right now. I don't know. I, I have no idea if he's better than Germany. I think they're probably pretty even. But sometimes when you get to move you get. A reboot moving from the ramp to the bucks. All of a sudden he gets ten sacks. It's just a reboot, maybe the style in which Todd Bowles uses him, which is a hell of a, a coordinated maybe not good here coach. But a defensive coordinator would a great mind puts him in a different position than we'll way Phillips there because way Phillips had Aaron Donald it, he had to make sure he can get off and not down consume aren't RJ Hampton was the number five prospect in the class of twenty nine thousand nine he decided that he is not going to go to college. But rather, he's going to go play professional basketball for the New Zealand breakers of the Australian National Basketball league. Here's RJ Hampton explaining his decision. I just think my dream has never been to, to play college basketball. My dream has always to be to get to the next level in the play in the NBA. So I mean, I think this was the best route for me to live like a pro and play with grown men every day. And, and not kind of have to juggle books and basketball and just focus on my mango, RJ Hamptons decision to skip college basketball, and goes straight to a professional league. Overseas ticket or shake it take. It. Kit. You know, this is a somewhat of a growing trend every single year, we get one or two players that make this decision that they don't want to go to college for various reasons, whether it's whether it's because he couldn't get into the school academically, whether it's the shoe money is so valuable in because the money that he's making overseas will be a couple of hundred thousand dollars. Right. That, that that's not in comparison to professional sports. That's nothing but his shoe money. Could eclipse million dollars a year time or where the internet you look at that? And he's not if you told me if you said overseas or Duke overseas are. Kentucky Kansas, Kentucky Duke more. So because I'm talking about the educational when, when you have a Duke, blue devil, next to you in your name is something different Michigan. It's, it's something different in, in the he may not value that part of it. But certainly, he could have been a one and done type guy. But why not go ahead and make a million and a half dollars or whatever if that's what he could potentially get? And play professional sports, not have to go to classes in, in live, your life, Adam silver Commissioner Adam sewage on get up this morning and talked about this conversation. And one of the things he stress was that of all the countries to try to do this in Austrailia is a good one because of the way players, what are you talking about his Australian bet it was was it a club? Plus, I don't mean to cut you off even though he disrespected you did it. Plus, it's a it's a good country. He's not like stuck in some somewhere. You gotta win. None of that sort of stuff this speaking English over there on the Bobby, but you can tell from Adam silver's comments, though, there, there's a much longer a quote, here that you can expect the G league to respond to this, because this is just the beginning and Adamson was a very, very bright guy. He knows that if he's not careful this has become the new pipeline. He went to have that money standard NBA, then go to Australia and other countries like that. All right back to the NFL the raiders, they did it. They signed a Richie incognito who football for an entire season. Richie incognito joining the raiders take it or shake it shake ya. Shake, it seems right? Raiders incognito vont as Bertha CT Antonio Brown. It's got a whole bunch of guys that have whole bunch of problems on the same with the head coach is what could possibly go wrong. I mean like seriously like this do he has more lives than a cat Ritchie cognitive. Oh. Is he that good of a football player key that they keep bringing them in? I, maybe they think so I mean he's a good guard. He's a physical. He's physical at the point of these crazy clearly. And I'm not dealing with somebody who's crazy raiders are. I'm not I'm good. But I always will remember coach once told me, okay if Charles Manson could play football. They get him out of jail and signing. That's just what these coaches do. That's what they did do a funeral home. And he did die. I mean. Yeah. No. Not charles. He went to a funeral home with guns and threatened to shoot up the place. Right. He's a raider now. He's, he's a football player now. Right. So Mr. NFL, Mr. Roger Goodell. This is what you're still letting in you lead. This is why didn't you know I'm surprised I'm surprised. They just didn't suspend him outright ban in from the NFL. Maybe there's some legal ramifications that they just did it. No, I'm not surprised that they didn't log a call in to the raiders, and be able to say, don't do this. Jail. They don't. Well, that's another. Who should be in jail fine. But if he's not in jail if he's an eligible player we've seen it with Kareem hunt. We've seen with tyreek hill. We've seen it with all of these guys who find themselves in the middle of a problem. The NFL will say one thing and do another one hundred percent of the time.

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Hour 3: Israel Gutierrez

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Bill Welke after being jacket for arguing called third strike Saturday night, and said hill appeal is one game suspension and fine. And finally, according to his ex Iggy pop wants to elephant tranquilizers before it performance for all the latest headlines and information during the sportscenter on ESPN radio all throughout the day. Greg, Cody of the Miami Herald in with us. He is calling Tyson fury, the world's worst hero ESPN has gotten into the fight game in boxing and Tyson fury is someone that you may have seen all over the network being advertised without hearing some of the things that he has thought in the past being discussed on ESPN his homophobia, his store. Is fascinating. He comes from a long line of bare knuckle fighters. He grew up differently. He is bright. He got to the top of everything that he always wanted thought he was destined to be heavyweight champion, and then spiraled into depression, and cocaine and all sorts of escape hatches, because he had some mental illness issues that he was trying to identify. And so he wins easily against some dude named Tom Schwartz this weekend, and Bob Arum, who still out here doing it in his late eighty may, Bob Arum, who was like this guy was involved with orgies around the Ali stuff, many years ago. It's Arum on that guys out there saying that Tyson fury is the best showman. We've had since Muhammad Ali because he'll say anything, including the famous quote yesterday. I was lying. But today, I'm telling the truth, he's a boxing promoter. You can't trust them. That's why Don King's hair stands up that way. It's trying to get away from him. And we've gotten into bed with not just Tyson fury as a company, but also Greg hardy with the, the UFC he's got to fight coming up to what are the rules on? How it is that we're allowed to discuss Greg hardy, because I'm of the belief whether we're in partnerships with these people are not that the fighters boxers. They're independent contractors. And so they're not subject to some of these morals clauses, that everyone else is subject to because their team players representing something other than themselves that that Floyd. Mayweather could be a serial wife beater, and it doesn't affect his earnings in any way that you could be someone despicable in the fight game. And it doesn't much. Stop your ability to work. If you can be a menacing person who does violence to other men. Right. I don't I don't disagree with it. I think it's helpful that, that we're allowed to talk about the other side of this guy because he's literally wrapping himself in the American flag and singing. You know, patriotic songs and really trying to ingratiate himself with the American people. But there is a darker side of this guy, I was thrilled that is he Gutierrez very eloquently mentioned, what it means to him to, to hear this homophobes celebrated in this way. And he's also a misogynist, who's made very you know, women's places in the kitchen type of comments. And so I just think you know it's fine to celebrate him as a boxer. And he's menacing figure and probably great for the sport in that regard. But it's also very fair to mention this other side of his personality that isn't very nice. But I think some people are questioning whether it's fine to celebrate him as a boxer when you consider all that stuff is in his do you care about. Nice. I mean Mike Tyson was a convicted. Rapist, then we pay watches fights, like is that the sport where you're carrying about? Nice. You're carrying about decent human beings. You want to raise your children, the femoral, who are fighting each other for people who are choosing as a way of making a living as a way of making a living by to fight other human. Being to punch someone in the face and to be parked in the face. Nice required of them. Or does it make sense that it would be a lot of uneducated people from desperate circumstances, who might say stupid things because they come from ignorance because fighting and violence over other men is all they've ever known. I had a unique experience with ties period. I actually might not be that unique because I think a lot of people grew to really like Tyson fury over the week's worth of promotion through interviews, very charming highly questionable charming. And he's also inspirational you can say that with his own plight and not know about the other stuff, like I did. I had no idea about the stuff that was in his past until after I celebrated him after I watched the fight on ESPN. Plus, then my attention finally, went to Israel's FaceTime house, like, well, damn that's a bummer because I got super invested into Tyson fury. I appreciate it story. I appreciate his honesty, and I'm a fan of his fighting style he is. It's a decent argument that he's one of the best show men in that ring, especially in the heavyweight. Do you expect? Them to be one hundred percent pure like he can lose some of your respect you could disagree with his opinions. You could tell him. He's ignorant for dabbling in misogyny or homophobia. But what difference does it make like on make a difference to me because I felt a little guilty for what I enjoyed over over the weekend, after I saw how it affected one of my friends when I, I was totally naive to it, and he turned my attention sewer, all of its the sewer. How can you get to the sewer and be surprised that you find sewage? The I don't agree with that. I think you can make your living in a violent sport. And you can be uneducated without having some of the beliefs he has, which doesn't seem he doesn't strike you as on educating. He is not unintelligent educate is not. He is bright. And he is charming, he is man, he, he was doing Apollo creed singing. He's singing songs living in America entrance from rocky. And then he was he has a voice of an angel. He was singing Aerosmith in the ring, I was leaving a place house, like is that Navegar singing after beating? The mike. Tom short say undefeated top shorts undefeated tomato can in which ties period flash matrix move, and I was Tyson fury became my favorite boxer over the weekend. And then on Monday before I'm about the glow in praise for Tyson fury. I finally saw is he's video as like shoot. He's an impressive fighter man to fight the auntie wilder, the way they he's got such an unorthodox style and the lineages crazy to come from people who fought in the streets for money, a long line of them. But what Mike is saying is very interesting. Can it can it be both can you separate? Both can you be entertained by what dozen the ring you can't do it in that sport. Then you can't do it in sports, because that's sport, is the sewer, like what do you think you're watching that is that is human cockfighting with all the brain problems that come with our biggest symbol in that sport going to his grave, unable to speak because of the beatings, he took from? Parkinson's like that is beach suit. The license sewer, all an and what and it's part of why we love it, because it's dangerous because specifically because you've got people in there who are bar Barrick and primitive. He's got a lot of connection point. So a lot of people not just the UK people. Not just the whole gypsy king thing, which is a great gimmick and not just a gimmick. It's, it's very it's historic his and a lot of people that have struggled with mental health or depression. Find the connection points and find him as an inspiration to find this other part, which is nasty and awful it starts. It's a moment of self reflection. I don't really know how to go. I'm not gonna be as excited to watch next session period fight. I ever I love how the dude fights the guy switches from south ball to that extent rations of fighting in his hands. Man, he he's a super impressive fighter and people away, what they're going to weigh, how they want to wait and I acknowledged as plenty of facets of his personality, his life story that just wonderful. But there's also this. The other thing in life is too short for me to abide people who have such hatred for so many other people so wait. So you're not sub separating the artists like you won't watch his fight if he fights or making the moral stand your saying that his public homophobe is because I felt for is easy. Must have felt really lonely the way this company promoted that fight with. Nary a word anywhere about about the comments that he brought light to because I remember is he walked through here when I was interviewing Tyson fury, and he was bothered. He was upset conflicted, by the idea of this person existing in our sphere, so great, you're not gonna watch Tyson fury anymore. You're not going to watch his fight supporters fights to stay consistent with that, all the way through sports got the NFL, you have no idea some of the things that they've done. That's true. But once I do know what they've done. I, I have the right to make my own moral decision. I'm not trying to take behind mighty here. I'm just speaking for myself. But what? Is he good yeras had to say really impacted me because he feels it personally in a way that I can't? Break out the red panties. We are Raisch baby. That's the feeling I think, is a among the, the worst when you're either outed, or in the closet, V loneliness. Like he must have felt so lonely. Just watching the way that his employer built up, this fight as part of its ESPN, plus family, because he is someone who you, he is a he has a bit of a pioneer in this industry in terms of coming out publicly in this world that is still filled with caveman. I don't know if you guys have read of some of the stuff going on with Michael Sam like that, that ended up destroying him. We were celebrating ourselves like, look how progressive we are like Mike. Michael Sam ended up getting rectify all of that. And in the team sports, not a whole lot has changed there. In a way that's weird. Like Michael Sam was supposed to be this pioneering. Hey kissed on draft day is boyfriend and go read about some of the stuff going on with Michael Sam now because it, it seems to have rectal. So people you got to get yourself a beautiful time piece from T. So these people take care of us around here, and they will take care of making you look better than you deserve. The look tell them Stu gods. T. 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We've been laughing during the break about him, alleging this moral stand on Tyson fury, that we believed to be just because he doesn't know how to access ESPN plus that he's not actually sitting out the Tyson fury fight for any other reason other that he doesn't. Have the password for free to ESPN saying he doesn't want to pay for it. I mean, not just access hit paying for nobody believes you, nobody believes that. You're actually going to sit out on moral grounds. I'm not a fan of Tyson fury. Have I made that clear? Yes. But if the if it's a super heavyweight fight, and you're a sports writer, and he's gonna fight wilder like Arum, saying he's going to do in a couple of fights, your, your going to sit out a big sports mega event. Because is a good is reached you with his mess. If I plan to write about it for work related reasons. I might watch it. All the while rooting against Tyson, fury. So watch it, professionally, but not actively. Okay. What has he found a loophole? I, I mean, let's bring in Goudie era. Also, can you confirm you have no idea how to access ESPN, please confirm? You reach people last week with your message, some of this has some discomfort in it, because I'm not, you know. I'm not sure whether pioneering is something that you actively want. Or you feel like it's your responsibility. But when you said the things that you said on around the horn, you had to have been moved by the feedback. No. I definitely was I was largely moved by the feedback. I think you know where there was a lot of. Brushback was, you know, those who said, well, you know, type and has a point etcetera etcetera. And so, I think you know, and those others who, who also said, you know, you can't really expect much moral integrity, coming from somebody in this type of, of industry. And while I understand that I do you know, I started the whole FaceTime by saying just wanted to let you know how it makes me feel. And this is me coming from a time where, you know, I heard this type of language all around the all the time and was very rarely very rarely was it, you know, spoken out against, and so, you know, it makes me wonder, you know, if he was a blatant racist or blatant bigoted in some other way that more people understand, or less people can justify whether it be through religion or what have you. How would he be celebrated right now? It's okay to, you know, the celebrate the guy as a fighter and everything else. And but do we really? Like him, you know, are we really overlooking this? You know, a lot of people say with Floyd Floyd Mayweather stuff. We obviously overlook a lot of his domestic violence, but do we because it's spoken about all the time, and I hear women, particularly bring it up all the time whenever he fights. And so, to see this sort of get overlooked regularly, you know, makes me, you know, certain that there are, you know, I don't know how many, you know, young boys in particular out there saying, all right? You know what it's not the time. It's not cool enough yet for me to come out because this guy kinda scares, Scott free, despite the fact he thinks, you know, we're less than animals, and there's examples of that everywhere, like that, nutjob, and Tennessee will only recently got fired from the police force after they found out all these sermons that he said, we should all be dead and everything else. So until people address those situations, the way they do every other situation where you know, it's hobby bigotry. Then you're not really helping out the cost. Is he? Why do you think so people are overlooking is best? Because it's easy. I think because I mean even for me to to fight it. I mean, I'm, I'm sensually, if you really break it down the biggest argument against me is the church, and that's really difficult. You know, to put up a fight against then sort of way and that's not everybody. Who's, you know, religious or Catholic or Christian or anything like that. But it's a good number and it's a strong number. And so I you know it's, it's just very difficult. You know. Yeah. And it's it's hard to separate too. Isn't it Israel? I wonder how you feel because, you know, it's one thing to appreciate the story of this guy. Otherwise, you know, his background is, overcoming mental illness to certain degree, but you just can't ignore that he harbors so much disrespect and so much hatred for so many people in his unrepentant about it. Exactly. And, you know, there was an attempt at a you know, an apology a few years ago, but it was obviously very thin and he hasn't really addressed it. Then ben. And, you know, I think like I said when I compare the Floyd Mayweather situation, you can have an intrigued audience, but also an audience that doesn't celebrate this and doesn't, you know, condone his words and it's not just, you know, his homophobia, also misogyny, which, again, I don't think is brought up nearly enough in both of those are obviously intertwined. And so, yeah, I'm not. Really sure if it's just something that needed to be sort of brought up as he is now being sort of brought into the mainstream here in the US and, and if I played any part in that great, you know, I think my point is just to get that message across and get the dangers of that across because, you know, for for marginalized group, like, I still feel like we've got a lot of work to do. And this is one of those, you know, giant example giant red flags. I mean, how did you feel in, in a few words? How did you feel last week with with the loneliness? What was the feeling? It just felt like regardless of what people believe the progress, we've made there is so much more to be made, and there's so many others, that are just so strong in their beliefs in the opposite, you know, opposite of mine opposite of progressive people that it's just a reminder of how hard it is almost every day knowing Greg, Cody, the way you do Israel, Goodyear, is, do you believe him when he says, he will never watch another Tyson fury fight again. I don't believe he's watched the single Tyson. The crew. Do you believe that that is because he is a supporter of your cause more likely or because he can't find ESPN plus I mean it did move around a little bit foot? Yeah. No it definitely because he can't. Donlevatar show on ESPN radio ESPN radio is presented by progressive insurance. Guests on the Dan lebatardshow appear via the shell Pennzoil performance line. Here's your sportscenter update. Lamelo ball has joined the Illawarra hawks of the Australian National Basketball the. 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I mean you put them on the mount Rushmore of comedians. You can't be on a mount Rushmore of comedians. When you haven't been funny in thirty years. Do it. He he will you can do it now. You can't. Okay. Very good. Good talk. Thanks for having it with hasn't been funny. He Dan, there was a time, okay? Raw delirious, forty-eight hours trading places where he absolutely on the end where time has passed. When he saved Saturday Night Live as well. When he when just saved it. Yes. Rushmore of eighties comedians with you. Yes. What was the last time? Eddie Murphy was funny to you. Well, I mean, we can't he just went children's move. When was the last time? Eddie Murphy was funny. He's funny as the donkey and Shrek does that count. Okay. Go with animated movies is cheating as a lot funnier than anyone of us. Don't be with funding on any. I'm going to say he was last funny to me with nineteen Ninety-six is the nutty, professor. That was in nineteen Ninety-six. When did Eddie Murphy burst on the scene. Okay. But he's about sixty Eddie Murphy burst onto the scene when he was nineteenth in the early eighties early eighties is when he burst onto the scene. So at most this is what seventeen years of being funny? Shrek was in two thousand one since nineteen ninety six on animated division and the non animated division. There have been more years of him, not being funny. Now, say I even give you the movie life. Tower isis? Good was good. That was two thousand eleven that was not good are you're right. It was great. Not a good movie. Oh, it was a great movie tower high terrible. Movie. What say I even give you life, which happened in nineteen ninety nine still as many years as unfunny as funny. That was his last read at all movie life. That's the only thing he hasn't done it right on site. He's been doing children's now. I love Eddie Murphy. Even down, despite this segment, Eddie Murphy's comedy specials in another time, because it's hard to age with comedy. It's a in another time I found the funniest stand up specials I had ever seen. Right. But we can't turn away from the fact that he's largely been on funny on first time here on the planet. Yes or no? Right. Correct. Allison direct. I loved boomerang I thought it was very. So now we're going even further back. Nine so you were. Ninety nine. Hoping. I was gonna say, boomerang, Brian, Jack swear, relax, I like dice by those guys spy was okay, but we can't be making exceptions for ice spy, quite honestly, when you said bar raw, delirious, forty-eight hours, trading places. I mean you gotta maintain that bar. If you wanna be an amount. Wait a minute. Hold on guys rather have average funny for longer than great for shorter period of time he's had opportunities to get back into the funny question. That's, that's your rare great question. Put it on the poll at lebatardshow. Would you rather be averaged funny for a hundred years or great funding for ten rocket ship years? Gimme George Carlin. I mean that's funny. Start to finish. That is much more. Thank you. Rushmore com. Don't forget, Andrew dice clay. It's a terrible example. I use a pioneer sid Caesar. There we go. I'd like to have this discussion with that room. Please this room has proved to be largely useless. Cook. Again. Probably in that Rickles. See yourself out on Dan cook. It's probably Phyllis Diller, so many people are writing in from various corners of the internet furious with me, Tyson furious with me because, again, the place that I'm stepping in it with you, is that I don't put morality all over my sports. I'm not someone who sits there and judges, the, the clowns at the circus. This is all entertainment, but for those of you objecting to the idea of what I said about boxing and Tyson fury, just understand that baked into the bread of that sport, which is, by bar Barrick by any definition you choose. We've had gentlemen, champions, you don't love Klitschko, or Lennox Lewis, like port of that, because they're foreign part of them, it part of it is because the menace is part of the appeal it's baked into the bread of what it is. Is that you're watching scary men doing scary things that you wouldn't be brave enough to do yourself? Because it's crazy to choose to make your living that way. And so you're gonna happen. A and Furthermore, the businesses contaminated on the highest end by corruption by its leaders, by its thieves by parasites by its commissions. So you put all of that together you're gonna get bad behaviors. And if you want to apply the standard of, let's make golf, and let's make gentleman sports. Okay. But I'm just telling you that what you're watching what's baked into the bread. There is the heavyweight division matters. When we're scared of the person who has the belt when we're watching, and we're scared of that human being. That's when it works best you weren't scared of Klitschko. You weren't scared of Lennox Lewis. They were great champions. It doesn't work when Tom Schwartz has the ball. It's. But Tyson fury is trying to not be the menacing champion. He's trying to be the gentleman heavyweight and that previous stance or that public stance on, on gays and his homophobia, doesn't really lock in with what his image, what he's going for recently in. I appreciate the, the menacing appeal of in the in even the, the violent appeal of boxing, but you don't need to be that to be a nice guy out of the ring. I, I don't what you had to guess. Let's just do it this way. Let me just ask you this question. What do you think because I don't know the answer to this. But I have largely been disappointed, by the way that sport's traits this stuff for a long time. Now, how do you think, fellow heavyweights, if Pol the non Asli would feel about what Tyson fury set, like just what do you think I'm not saying it? So because I haven't talked to a heavyweight. Or hell Mike Tyson just said, Mike Tyson just got done saying okay in a way that I was surprised that women found humanizing a convicted rapist on the art of conversation. I was surprised by women being moved by the things Tyson was saying because he was raised in a brothel and one of the things he said is I did not know how to treat women, I was too ignorant. Nobody taught me how to treat women and I was rewarded at every turn, where I was from I was rewarded for harming people violently and whatever walk of life if I'm walking around is a teenager with a gun using cocaine before I'm a teenager in every walk of life. He was rewarded by getting out of the place that he came from the sewer that he came from describing himself as a steward, rat. He was rewarded for being primal at every turn. So he's disgusted by that guy. In retrospect, but when he was living at that guy was getting all the rewards from an America. That was happy to give them to them because we were all afraid of him. I don't really know where the top guys in that division, San the Ruis is while there's the Joshua's, but I will say, historically the fight game hasn't necessarily been progressive. If I add adventure again if if weird carnival game you've just read it and you had to guess which sport would be the worst, which sport would be most likely to agree with Tyson, fury's homophobia, his own sport. That's why there should be people within that sport who say, look, I love him as a boxer, but he can't be saying that bleep, you know what I mean? And we love contrition in this country. It doesn't surprise me that a lot of people loved what Tyson told you because we wanna forgive, you know, give us contrition give us an apology, admit you a wrong in and we love to forgive but, you know, fury hasn't done any of this stuff. It'll be interesting to see Greg, if he actually comes out and since those things those comments seemed to be in his pass, and he's trying to purport this new image. Maybe maybe a position on it has evolved as its volved with mental health, he would be wise to come out now as it's becoming part of the air did not asking about this when he was on highly questionable. That's my mistake. And only my mistake. Dance puppets dance. Tell the people about WalMart, yet, we all busy lives, and even a seemingly simple tasks like heading to the grocery store could be a pain. Sometimes that's why you need WalMart's grocery pickup and delivery. It's quick, easy and convenient. 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And we didn't know which one was weird or the way that both of them introduce themselves as old people to Twitter, Bill Cosby from jail saying, hey, hey, hey, it's America's dad or OJ Simpson. Being like I got a lot of getting even to do. All right. I'll put it on the poll Guillermo like which is the weirder Twitter message from the land of disgrace OJ Simpson's or Bill Cosby, I expected Simpson's, I was not expecting Cosby to come out on Twitter on America's dead, chiming winner from prison goodness, there are, you know, deadbeat absentee fathers who are better closer to America's Dan than that guy? Please. I mean the sitcom Dan is basically dead on television. It's filled for modern family and my father, Ted you guys. Killed the sitcom dad, which is what your dad is asking for the big ball. That's right. Again, my father said this and you guys I'm not making this up. It's been echoing in my ear since he said, it had Father's Day. When you have a one of a kind talent you have to pay a premium. Hey, the man, it's just stuck there. It's sitting there, other Senate, I looked at him. And I'm like, wow, that would be really funny if he was doing it as a spoof. But he's not. He's serious. And it's still funny because he's serious. He knows what he's got. He knows he does he knows his value. So this is Greg, Cody arguing on behalf of my fathers comedic value, but arguing against Eddie Murphy's comedic value. So we bring in our minor celebrity here. Randy Scott is the closest thing we have around here to a stand up comic, if you, if you saw him on if you saw him on our New York extravaganza that wasn't an extravaganza. He was he's actually a professor. He's got professional comic chops. Unlike all of the rest of us who are trying to do comedy poorly. And so why has he decided to get involved here does he have some passionate Eddie Murphy opinions that I didn't know about? Randy, Eddie Murphy is. Comedic Kenya sleep among the battle Rushmore starts with Mike Ryan, tremendous point, a lot of it's problematic because he's very much with of the navy's culture, allowed for the genius. Andrew dice clay without Eddie Murphy, stugatz, though that like you know yourself. Listen, I'm aware of that. But there are very few pioneers in the you know comedian stand up comedian game and this is one of them. I mean, Richard Pryor, I agree should be on the mount Rushmore at Eddie Murphy came after Richard Pryor, Andrew dice clay was I I mean he did whatever he was doing. He was I and I'm not certain there's been anything get after wasn't even I was a leather jacket and it was rolling. Guys, just throwing out Seinfeld it. I used to Richard Pryor like Kevin. But the last twenty years like I mean you wanna throw like, like Mitch Hedberg. Why are you gonna go ahead while I was going to go Louis C K? But then he was doing all that stuff about Chris rock. Billy, why don't we go ahead Burt, okay? Let's do with Lucy case replacement in his life of pets animated series patent Oswald hadn't oswald's great issue, Pell, then, does that modern numbers that too old, you could make a case for Chapelle on, on mount Rushmore as well. Hello. Hello. Rodney Dangerfield danger. Are you gonna, what do you make my wife, please? What do you mean? Dangerfield. I thought that he sold that for someone that's not Dangerfield. I don't really thrown out, Dane cook was joking itself. But that was. Any, any time you can throw somebody out who doesn't always used his own material. Like you gotta, you gotta do that, about George Carlin, he, he is. Yes, firmly entrenched there, you guys have like forty people in the mount. That's how you doing? Rush ran. Rush ran your mount Rushmore random, and then and then and, and file whatever your objection is the love of God, Jerry Lewis. Hurry out mount Rushmore Belania combs. Linnea combs. We'll go crystal Leah. We'll go with big. J. O kherson. Nikki Glaser and Hannibal birth who that's what I'll throw out. Right now. Greg, have you heard of any of those people? Have you heard of any of those people? Greg, Cody know of vaguely heard of the last one, I need a comparison from Greg longevity wise from someone. Who's there at the beginning of both heiress right, right? Curling carlin. V seinfeld. Great who you going with Warren? Wow. Well, totally different types of comics. I mean once a classic stand up in the other more of these. Lebatardshow only SPN radio in a racist country.

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Wait till you hear this. Let's get starting right now or lofty is ready for that DJ is here's time for show business so business and look at Tim bonds is making his debut on our program. He heard a writer looking forward to that. We've got a ton of stuff from him on kyri, and Philly, and more. But we begin by looking ahead. We're just two days away from the NBA draft. It takes place right across the bridge behind us in Brooklyn. And while it seems as though, the first three picks are essentially locked in resign Williams and going number one and John Moran. Going number two and RJ Barrett going number. Three, the fun on that night will begin at four as the New Orleans pelicans, just acquired the Lakers, pick in the Anthony Davis trade and does not only do they have control over the top of the NBA draft. They have control to make deals if they want to. And here's the man himself Adrian origin Ascii with a ton of insight on this extraordinarily busy morning. Let's start there. The pelicans have a bunch of options including possibly trading that fourth pig. What is the latest greenie? The pelicans are out big game hunting. They want to turn those Laker picks, especially number four overall in Thursday's draft into an established young all-star, if they can find one that they're able to pry away somewhere around the league. That's what they spent the last few days, doing even prior to the trade when they when they had the chance to maybe do a three team trade. They were shopping that number four pick around and see what it could get him back. But now that they have the two future, Laker picks, all of that is in play to see what they can come up with between now and. Thursday. Now that could keep the pick and draft there. They could move back in the draft a team like Atlanta who has three picks could jump up. So they've got a lot of options are out exploring all of them in a young all stars a really interesting possible, and I know you don't have a specific name in mind. But what kind of player are we the name the jumped immediately to my mind? When you said that was the ngelo Russell because that's a guy who I know people are talking about possibly being in play should kyri Irving, go to Brooklyn. I assume that's not who you're talking about. Well, he's, he's going to be a free agent restricted or unrestricted. But you know go around the league and look at, you know, good young shooting guards, you know, a player like hypothetically, a Bradley Beal right now, Washington's not because they have an interim general manager in Washington, it's hard for them to make that kind of a deal. But, but that's an example of the kind of players that the pelicans would like to get at. And you know, you mentioned the ngelo Russell that's an interesting player in the market. places right now. Mike Connolly is available in Memphis. You know, teams trade for Mike Conley or wait to see if the Angela's going to become an unrestricted free agent if Kyrie goes to Brooklyn now there's a lot in motion headed into the draft. I knew I would get you to throw me hypotheticals. That was the last thing. Okay. So we got that we're going to get a little later into the program, a conversation about the rockets, but it does feel as though, if there's smoke there's fire there, maybe some issues personality between Chris Paul and James harden. Some questions about the contract extension. For Mike dantonio where do we stand right now in Houston? Well, they're still trying to work through an extension with Mike, dean Tony to get at least another year onto his contracts. We doesn't have to go in to the last year of zeal, this year, that allows them to go out and hire a better, caliber assistant coach. They've got some spots to fill in on their staff. And then the Chris Paul James harden dynamic. They're going to have to work through that because Chris Paul's contract makes it virtually impossible to trade him three years. Over one hundred ten million left on that Chris Paul is going to be back in that rockets team. And he and James harden are going to have to find a way to work together going forward. They're capable of it. I agree with. I said there is always that tension with star players, especially when they've come up short, and they're both in kind of a point in their career, or if they want to be champions, that window is closing Houston's really focused on trying to improve their bench. Finding a free agent this summer with their tax payer exception. And see if they can upgrade the supporting cast for James harden. Chris paul. Yeah. The general manager Darryl Maury is a guy who has been known to make very aggressive moves. And I'll be interested to see what he does. We'll talk more about that as we go on the other side of the Laker trade is the possibility that they may be looking to add not the possibility the certainty they're looking to add more pieces around the Bron James, Anthony Davis. They have limited funds. We explained yesterday. Convoluted way. They wound up, not having another full max slot. You gave us the details on the timing. So there were names out there, including the name Kawhi Leonard, what, what is the reality right now with the Lakers with Kawhi and anyone else they may be trying to sign. The reality is quite Leonard's focused on Los Angeles. But it's the clippers not the Lakers that number one, they don't have the money to sign him. And to the idea of him being a third wheel on a team trying to create a super team that is nothing ZIM. Oh. The clippers are poised to be able to lure him from Toronto. This will be a raptors clippers fight down, the he may take meetings. With more teams it's not even certain he'd even taken meeting with the Lakers right now. Okay. And then where would that leave the Lakers? So they'll have depending on the way this thing plays out. Let's call it twenty three million dollars to play with. That's a lot of money. It's enough to pick up variety of pieces. What neighborhood? Are they looking in? They need shooting and you're gonna see role players. You know, like a Seth curry going after a JJ Rettig, Danny green. And that's listen. It's not like this isn't a draft. They don't get to pick the ones they want. They've got to find guys who wanna come be a part of it. They need shooting. And I think they're going to split up that money because right now they don't even have a starting five. They don't even have a roster. They need depth with that team could be interesting. Always surrounded LeBron James with outstanding shooters, one of the once upon a time sitting on our set here this morning. We'll see if they can find guys to knock down those threes. Right. What would you stay with us? All morning long. We have a ton to do. Meanwhile, let's get up and go with a bunch of. Notes round the NBA the pelicans picked up the team option on Alvin gentry's contract for next season. Tim, how do you see the new editions fitting into what Alvin gentry likes to do Mike? I think this is a really great move from the war liens now. They they're gonna wanna play uptempo facets Alvin gentry's MO goal time. And this team is frankly going to be one of those teams the lead watch you know with a bunch of young athletes. And obviously the addition design Williams on Thursday night with all the good stuff top stuff that happened there. It's good to see a good guy get a chance to coach under real circumstances there. Meanwhile get up and go to lamelo ball who when asked yesterday on the jump on ESPN he's going to play in the Australian National Basketball league next year. Another player RJ Hampton made that announcement on our show recently DJ, do you see more prospects going overseas rather than college? I think so until the NBA change the rule to where a kid can go from high school back to the NBA after his high school graduation. So look to see this trend. That's continue to I think that these guys will be an interesting test case this goes, well then maybe. It'd be gets others doing it if not then maybe it adds a few more questions. Meanwhile, we get up and go north of the border Toronto. They celebrated it look at that it's just a never ending sea of red an estimated million and a half hands hacking downtown Toronto for the raptors championship parade choline company, having a great time. Enjoying the festivities. I just want you to look around all of us data from here. He's moments of few and far between I want you to turn to somebody that you don't know, and I want you to get them a hug. I want you to tell them to threaten nations because we're from the greatest city in the world, and we are the NBA's 2019 champions at a world. Getting the last laugh, you know, the expression he will last last. Are definitely got the last laugh, by the way, classy, Golden State, Warriors took out a full page ad in yesterday's Toronto Star congratulating the rafters on winning their championship and bringing that title north of the border classy, move there again. By the words, you know, it's interesting to see why getting that last lap, there was here on this show that the Kevin Hart and this got a wound up being everywhere couldn't control himself, laughing at Kawais laugh, and I've always felt a little badly about them, and we didn't mean any arm, but it was funny and it sort of got out there. And so to see him be able to turn that into the moment, they had made me feel personally. Very good one way or another. Let's turn to the future of Kawhi. DJ is here heard that, that maybe the Lakers are gonna make a real run at him the finances make that practically impossible. You just heard from whoa, JR. So realistically, what do the raptors say to Leonard now that the confetti fallen and everything else to try and convince him to come back when the raptors traded for Leonard? They had a very clear plan for him. Right. They were gonna show him. They had the ability to build a championship team, and they were going to keep them healthy. And you look at the way this year is gone. That's what they've done. They haven't coaching nursey trust. They have a front office, led by massage Jerry and Bobbi Webster that he trusts and most importantly, I think they have a training staff about Alex. Mccartney said he trusts and show that they could get him through the season healthy and ready to play at the highest level at the most important time. So for them that's really, I think he'd more the championship is that we have the ability to build the team for the long term that you can compete. I should make it clear. That that's one of the teams that you cover regularly, along with the Sixers and the Celtics were around them a lot. And I think that's a big piece of it. The way they partnered with him on his health. That was the major sticking point is relationship in San Antonio. That seems to have gone as well as it could. So I guess I'd ask you, if he's going to leave Toronto after all that's happened there, then there were no circumstances under which he was going to stay because it couldn't have possibly gone. That's right. I think the raptors will tell you what we feel great about the way this went, right? This could not have gone better for them in really any respect. They won. The title was healthy. Go I played great. You don't they put it to these veterans around them and everything worked. So I think they'll go to sleep on June. Twenty-ninth saying, hey, this is a team that was good enough to win. And we did everything we could deal you and I talked about this on sportscenter this morning. Just a tough guy to get a reduction you just sort of don't have a sense. He we may look at it from the outside and say, well, how could he do this or how could he not do that? But with him you just sort of never know you never know. And like I said he he's a guy that beats the drum his own beat. Right. And with that being said, you never know. I mean you hear that he wants to go home? He wants to be around his family. He wants to play in Los Angeles. But like we always say it's hard to leave a situation where you want championship. So we have to see what is thought processes after he gets with him and his Representative. Okay, so we'll see that that feels to me right now. Like the single biggest question to be answered during this NBA off season. What does Kawai wind up doing? In the meantime, I wanna talk to you about a team that you covered regularly this year, sort of the center of dysfunction if you will in my view, which is the Boston Celtics a year ago today. They were the future. Of the NBA, right. They had on putting superstars it felt like NBA titles are on the horizon. That's not the video, we meant to show you here. Obviously the Celtics and lavar ball have nothing to do with each other whatsoever. We felt about as good as you could possibly feel about a team going forward. And then Kyrie Irving comes back from injury. And we saw sort of how the whole thing went sideway. So let's start with does it feel certain to you that Kyrie Irving is leaving Boston. I think so at this point, and you really go back to when he was in New York on February first at the garden across town. Right. And he said, you know, I don't know anybody anything, and that kinda was the moment when everything opened up and the Celtics went. Oh man. We could be in trouble with this guy. Right. That was really the beginning of where we've gotten to now and you saw the last few months, the relationship between the two sides kind of falling apart opposite. The playoff run did not go the way. The Celtics wanted, right? And I think if you asked me for run the league right now, the, the most likely outcome is Kyrie's gonna leave. Okay. And how much as one who was around them regularly. How much of what we saw from them was based on kyri. Who simply for lack of a better word whatever it is that he knew his role as being in that team. And the way impacted some of the young players, and Terry were Zere made it very clear when he was here on getting recently. It was a top circumstance and tough to be around him. How much of that was the problem in Boston. We just talked about Kawai Lindor before, right? What would you define the raptors postseason? That was a team that was calm cool and collected at all time. Right. And I think when you look at the way the Celtics went this year, they were a team that was up and down and their best player and their leader and Kyrie Irving was up and down. And I think when you get right down to it, I think that's sums up off season. They just were not consistent DJ. What is the right move for hiring Irving to make assuming he does become a free agent? I'd say go to the Lakers, along with two green and keep saying, I mean, that's, that's the best thing for him because he knows it situation that he's going to get into with LeBron James. Now they have Anthony Davis and look here. Lebron James is going to be leaving soon. Okay. And if you could pair, Kyrie Irving and Anthony Davis for the future after that you got a good roster. Ironically, that's the pairing that the Celtics have been waiting for a year to, to put together, right? In the fact that Kyrie's leading is really blown up all their plants and they didn't wind up getting Anthony Davis. And now he goes out there is your sense. Everything we're hearing is Rita Brooklyn in a data sort of moving in that direction, is is that your sense of it as well. Adrian's probably better got ask on that front. But I would say, yeah, I mean that's kind of the sense around the league that has now I think the the nets are the favorites. Okay, that brings us back to Los Angeles. And to the pairing of LeBron James and Anthony Davis who finished second and third in MVP voting respectively, over the course of the year before last, not this past. Considered season. Fifteen all NBA first team selections, between them either one is a very good argument for best player in the world. Zach Lowe has these thoughts. This is the best pairing players in the NBA immediately. There is complete synergy between them. They are picking role ball handler, and a pick and roll screener, even Stephan Durant. They are not as symbiotic as LeBron Anthony Davis. With Anthony Davis in this role in a proper role where he's essentially a secondary player on offense. You win championships that way. And this is immediately the best pairing of two players in the NBA. It's not only the best pairing of NBA players in the NBA by the numbers, it could be the best ever and you have to take into account lebrons age where we put this stat up for you yesterday. And I asked them to put it back again because it's just ridiculous. Now, only Michael Jordan has a higher player efficiency rating in the history of the sport than these two guys there now on the same team. So again, DJ very close to LeBron. I see the look. What does it look like those guys together? Championship in my opinion. I mean you have the best playmaker in the game and LeBron James and you have Anthony Davis who everybody loves playing with he could pick and pop he could pick and roll. He could post up. I mean he's doing so many things that's going to help a basketball team that takes win tear off LeBron James body in seventeen. I, I don't see anything with skies them. They gotta find pieces to put around him and all that. But how do you this do? I mean, look, the duo is great but to David's point, I mean, to me championships are going to be hard for this group, right now because it's just going to be so hard for them to put pieces around these guys. Right. I mean you were talking about it before twenty three million dollars in today's NBA. Isn't that much money you think an average starters, probably going to make about fifteen million dollars? Okay. They can find one average starter and one bench guy. They don't have a center or if you want to see Anthony Davis, the Senator fine, they don't have any guards on the team at all right? They have no backups of Kaku Smith starting like they have really nothing to start with. And they, they got a lot of work. Build this roster out. It will test the theory that you could put to all time great players, and in the three of us together and try and win a championship. You get into the Western Conference finals. I mean I'm telling you right now, if you're not down. Threes. I'll tell you what I'm good for, you know, six fouls. It did get us thinking about the best duos in the history of the NBA. And so I took the opportunity to put together a list of the five greatest duos in NBA history. And you will see my list coming up in exactly fifteen minutes, feel free to yell at me. We'll posted as well. And I have a social play on this again. If you go to my Twitter page, you can vote on who you believe is the greatest deal in NBA history. But I've got my list coming up in just a few minutes. Meanwhile we have seventy nine days away from the start of the NFL season. So let's talk football after a drama filled season and early offseason van Roth is burger was asked if there is a calmer atmosphere around his Steelers these days, and he had a very interesting response. It's been a little crazy the last few years, maybe more so than usual that, we're, we're you sit down with self on to kind of get back to quote unquote, normalcy is kind of nice. So here's what's happened. He has now entered that zone where everything he says, is news. Right. Like we all know that it gets to a point where everything is something even nothing turns into something did that seem like nothing or something? It seemed like nothing. You know, it seemed like he was kind of following Mike Tomlin head coaches line of we, it's time to move on. You know, Big Ben is doing a really good job this off season of trying to get rid of all the talk about AB in Levy on bell in anything tied to it and go going, we got to move forward. It's time to move forward. So I liked that. And it is good for them to be more normal off the field. Let me say this though. This team has been abnormal on the field. They've had a bona fide superstar hall of fame caliber receiver and one of the great dual threat running backs three down running back to all time. So while it's great to be more normal off the field. I don't know how awesome it is to be more normal on the field like the last time Big Ben. Had a season where he played the whole season and through for twenty five touchdowns was without a be back in twenty two thousand ninety two dozen ten. So I don't know if he really wants to be normal on the field. I understand what you're saying, but I always hear from you football guys that it is the sport where teamwork and working together matters the most. And if there are distractions, which clearly for various reasons, those two guys created Levy on and his absence. And Abe candidly by his presence last year that to some degree. There is addition by subtraction in that does that make sense. Oh surely. And the reality is, like, we often talk that coaches set cultures really the players of the people that set the poacher in Abyan, Big Ben had such six on the field and down the back end of their careers together. There was such friction that's certainly there's going to be a healthier everyday work environment. But at the end date, the NFL's also about producing, you know, like we have there's a saying in the NFL, you know, winning covers everything it doesn't cure everything. It covers everything this team organization one for a long time. And but probably covered up a lot of that stuff in this year they didn't win to the expectation of what we were used to all. I'm saying is this? Yes, it's great to have the healthy coacher in going to work every day, not having that friction. But at the end of the day, you had a bona fide, superstar number one, and you had a bona fide to way incredible running back. Those guys are no longer there. So you're going to have to you're going to be more normal, like so many other teams in the NFL are on the field. This thing is show setup for Ben in a way I mean his his best weapons are gone. He's become sort of the enemy. There's a superstar young quarterback. Everyone loves in Cleveland in his division. Yeah. A superstar young quarterback. Everyone loves in his division in Baltimore. The whole of the world is ready to move on. It's a perfect time for Ben Rothlisberger to remind everyone who he still is we have much more football coming later today, and obviously back to the hoops as well. AB in the Bronx, a formidable pairing, but what is the best dynamic duo in NBA history? List is coming up next. Prepare to yell at me loud, and we'll get back to our lofty, on this, that is still looking for his big pay day, Dan. We'll take a close look at one performance last year and why that may be the key. Stay with us on ESPN. On the cloud. Get up is brought to you by Land Rover above and beyond. And by Liberty Mutual insurance only pay for what you need. Fine terrific half hour coming your way here on get up, including in five minutes. Prepare to yell at me my list of the all time. Great NBA duos can LeBron AD joined that list in eighteen minutes used it. We may have a problem. Are they about to make major changes with the rockets and right after that are the Lakers are ready? The best team in the west. We have dueling opinions, we'll discuss and we invite you as always to chime in, but I little sneaking hembo time with the theme being the great duos of all time. This is a great question. Which duo won the most NBA playoff games together. NBA history. That's the question. The answer is next. You're watching get on ESPN. Back on get up at all time, great to are the topic of the morning and it's a great question from hembo today. DJ rich do one, the most NBA playoff games together of all time, deejay says Russell and Cousy. That's terrible. Guess and I'll tell you why. Because the playoffs were so short, then they played very few games. They were very few rounds and will only eighteen you so confident. Or so competent league. They won seven anyway. I mean I couldn't answer as you see, though is a tricky. Wow. Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker. I will confess. I take a guess, before I saw the answer and I couldn't have been further from right? Let's see how I do what this that's well done. Okay. So the question is this. I thought of this yesterday when we put up the player efficiency ratings, and I realized that LeBron James and Anthony Davis are second and third all time in that statistic that basically judges just how good a player is. So it got me to thinking, if it all works out. They could be the greatest duo in NBA history. If they're going to be that, which duos the need to surpass. Here's my fundamentalist the five greatest duos in NBA history. And at number five I decided to put K D And step. Now, this was a very tough choice for me because they've only been together a short period of time, and it meant a lot of players who were together a lot warmer. Got left off the list, but I couldn't ignore this, because when together they were unstoppable in the NBA finals together. Their teams were nine and one nine and one in the finals. They outscored opponents by four hundred and twenty five points when they on the floor together in the last three postseasons the first year they were together. They went sixteen and one in the playoffs and no one was going to beat them if they stayed healthy there at, number five at four representing the all time greats. I Bill Russell and Bob Cousy Ruth. Russell and Cousy reach the finals all seven seasons. They played together. They won six championships in their seven years together. They combined for five league MVP's during that time now there were a lot of other directions. I could have gone for some historical consideration here to give some love to the players who came before most people were our age or paying attention a Russell and hamlet, for example won six titles together as well. But I went back as far as I could to give the early NBA some love at number three, Shaquille, O'Neal, and Kobe Bryant Shaq and Kobe who should have stayed together a lot longer. Yeah. At the time when they were together they remained the last team to three peat in the NBA right now shack was the most dominant big in the sport. It wasn't close. Kobe was the best wing in this port and it wasn't close. They run three championships. And we're barely challenged during those three years along the way they are again. One of those great woulda coulda shoulda as an that if they'd stay together or another decade. Who knows what might have happened. It was combustible. Didn't last as long as it could have put them at number three. I'm anticipating people will argue that they should have been head of the group. I have at number two also Lakers. And that is Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Magic Johnson. My thinking on this pretty simple as compared these two legendary Laker duos magic and Kareem were together longer. They won more championships. And historically, in my opinion, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is a greater player than Shaquille, O'Neal. And Magic Johnson is a greater player then Kobe Brian, I have gotten a lot of disagreements on that. You're welcome to your opinion. This is mine to me that the second grade is of all time at number one. And this wasn't as easy as it might have sounded but I did go with Michael, Jordan, Scottie Pippen for the simple reason that when together they were unbeatable and they were the only two members of all six bowls championship teams and had it not been for not one, but two premature retirement by Michael Jordan, who knows what these two might have. Accomplished together, Scottie Pippen, I think sometimes it's a tad overlooked that he consider historical greatness. He's a step behind every other player that you see on the screen when it pops back up again what he did lead all six of those title teams in cysts. They won six championships together and had Michael stayed longer in Chicago. They use the phrase minimum eight Pete, my friend. Who knows what they might have done. So this is my list of the five greatest duos of all time. Stephan, Katie was a very tough one for me because it knocked off. Lebron dwayne. Wade. Which I gave serious consideration to it knocked up Karl Malone and John Stockton. Okay. Which I gave serious consideration to ultimately I decided to take them off. Let's because they just never wanna championship together. And that has to matter somewhere in the equation, bird, and McHale was a combination that I considered, but I couldn't put it ahead of anything here. So that's my list. What do you think I liked your list and Stephan in, Katie would the small sample size? Is, I think, if, if Katie would have stayed healthy, and they could have won a championship this year, then they will going to contain a win championships. If they would've stayed together. So I like that. Shacking koby. I like I like that pick as well. I probably would've switched those two because when shack Kobe together if they could have coexisted I don't think they would have lost in that time period. So, but everything else up there. I really like what'd you say Tim, I like magic and Korea to I'm with you on that. I the first thing I thought it was that. No Oscar Robertson, Kareem also, which is a pretty dynamite combo, obviously, you mentioned Malone and Stockton, and the other ones that I don't think it's enough long-term respect is Moses Malone, Julius Erving like that team. That's Philly team was awesome. And you go back to I mean you mentioned burden Mikhail, but the Eighty-three fo fo Sixers in my opinion in any one individual season was the best team that I ever saw that was the first year that Moses came to the Sixers he was the MVP of the league that year but they were together and great very. Short time over the course of their history, the really the combinations that I considered knocking these two off four LeBron Dwayne Wade, they only play together for four years. That made the finals all four years out had they won the first one had it not been so bad, the first year, I think I would have considered putting them where Stephon K D R. And by the way, these two may still have more to do together. I'd like to hear from you. If you go to my Twitter page, I just put this thing up less than an hour ago, we have twenty three thousand votes already, and we'll keep this up through the show at ESPN. Greenie, what do you think is the greatest duo in NBA history? Those are the options, I chose to put up there for you. We will reveal your votes as the show continues a little later here on ESPN. Meanwhile that is run the bases its baseball for you. When it's Mike tramp he hit his twentieth home run of the season yesterday became just the seventh player with eight twenty home run seasons through his age twenty seven season. NBA history. Choose me MLB history, a little NBA heavy on the brain right now. Meanwhile the Yankees offense takes a giant step. Sorta healthy lineup today. Giancarlo Stanton is set to make his return on the injured list. He last played on March thirty first when he strained his left biceps later suffered a left shoulder strain during his rehab the currently a game and a half up on the race. For first place in the American League east and elsewhere Manny Machado got suspended one game yesterday for arguing with and allegedly making contact with and unpire over the weekend. He appealed, the suspension, and it is fourteen onto the season in a win over the Padres. How about some eye candy? Meanwhile, do we have issues with that clips during home run derbies? This is the midwest league home run derby. This is Chris bets. Did that is that is that even a home run? Does that a flip? I don't know what that is. That's an overhand flings of the bad if he did it in a game. They'd probably suspend them. But as far as I'm concerned that is just awesome. The most epic backflip can the history of the sport. All right. 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But ultimately disappointing season for the rockets where James harden enjoyed and historic regular year. He had thirty points at thirty two straight games at the highest scoring average of anybody since Michael Jordan in nineteen eighty-seven. Chris paul. Meanwhile, continued, I've injury problems missed twenty four games. Most of them came during that harden streak, the averaged a career low fifteen point six points on forty two percent shooting in his age thirty three season. And for the fourth time in five years, Houston was eliminated by Golden State yesterday general manager Dowell, Maury was on Golic and wingo talking about the seat of his team. There's gonna be times when they're extremely competitive extremely focused on. You know how do we get to that next level? And when we don't there's gonna be frustration and we're I'm frustrated top layers frustrated, Mike dantonio frustrated, we wanted to the last step and be the champion. And I think it's good that there's I think it's good that there's tension in the sense that we all wanna win. So interesting stuff to me there because he's basically saying it's all good. I mean, if anyone's old enough number the movie animal house, where Kevin bacon yelling, all his wealth. All is well does anyone believe that? Do you buy that, do you believe all is well right now? And I don't think it is. And it's a big problem because Chris Paul doesn't like the way that they play. And it's understandable, because he's never been a guy that stood around and just watch somebody else's play. He he always was in control of the offense. He ran pick and roll, he gets other people involve. And the way that the system is running. Now he's sitting as well as the other teammates and watching James harden play. Don't get me wrong. It works well in the regular season, but when it comes playoff time when you have multiple days to prepare for that system, it seems that it doesn't work very well in the playoff. Kobe bryant. Himself said you can't win a championship that way. Daryl Morey is a terrific general manager, and he's no big, bold, aggressive moves. But as well. You brought up earlier Chris Paul has a fortune of money left on his contract. Is there a big move out there for Houston to make if? They want to. Well, it depends on what you're trying to do. Are you trying to save money? Or are you trying to win? If you're trying to save money. There's, there's probably a contract, they could move. Chris Paul for that could cut their, you know, their luxury tax Bill cut their payroll. Right. And you don't get out of that, he'll, but are they going to be able to trade him for value? That is a much different proposition at this point, but one hundred twenty million dollars the next two years coming Chris's way. And as you said, he's coming up his each thirty three season with some declined. I think the chances of that happening pretty slim, I'm not great at math. But if you saw about just put the numbers there that divides into forty million dollars for Chris Paul at this point. And so, I would ask you DJ the way James harden plays. And you just sit look he, I believe he should be the MVP the league this year. I don't think he's going to win, but I had a vote I would've voted for him and he is sensational at what he does is. But can you win if your team is built around doing what he does? Can you win the championship? I don't think so, because at the end of the day, you know, he's, he's going to have his ups and downs far as his percentages and shooting and things of that nature. And he's shown, you know, some fatigue going down the stretch playing that way the whole season. I just think that the whole system has to change. He could do so many things on the basketball floor of into this, sit there and eyeso-. He's a good passer. He can penetrate and kick the other guys. I understand that, you know, in the regular season might dantonio system is awesome. He collecting a lot of wins. But at the end of the day for this group of guys championship or bus, you're sort of feel like the way things broke for them against Golden State this year. No K D when it really mattered in game five and they couldn't get it on. No K D And Steph scoreless at halftime in your own building. And you lose game six that feels like time to say know what we've gone as far as this group can go now we need to change their Russia. They let it the halftime of game six last year the Western Conference finals, they let it halftime game seven last year in the Western Conference finals. They lead in the fourth quarter. If game six of the Western Conference semifinals this year, right? They offer all three of those gains go back to that series. They didn't have Trevor reason they didn't resign him. Right. They didn't use their mid-level exception. They were a guy or too short. And you know what the end of the day, you look at the way that season played out, you kept thinking these guys need another player too. And they just didn't have any owner is basically came out and said, we're going to win championships around James harden. And if that's your belief, then where exactly Chris Paul fits into that remains. I think a pretty interesting question going into free agency, and beyond here now that's any jam packed Western Conference where suddenly the Lakers with the acquisition of Anthony Davis are the betting favourite to win it all, which means they'll have to supplant, one of these teachings just to make the playoffs in the first place. Right. You see that this was the Western Conference playoff picture this here. And as you see five through eight separated by just two games in the standings last here. So if it is safe to assume that we believe the Lakers are gonna make the playoffs next year. That strikes me as as a reasonably modest goal. I would say so that means at least one of those teams on that list isn't going. To who gets knocked out of the playoffs next to you, my best guess, from that list is the Spurs, right? They were team coming into this season. A lot of people were not sure they'd be good enough to make the playoffs. They don't have a ton of depth, right? Lamarcus Aldridge is a year older. Marta Rosen is a year older, assuming that keep both of those guys. So I think if I have to pick one of those, especially with the clippers, you know, likely to add some kind of big name this summer, I think, is probably the spur. What do you think it's fluid because if the clippers don't add anybody, they will be the team only outside looking in. But if they do land, somebody, I see the Utah Jazz of being bumped out of that situation. You know, I I liked their team. But I think with the Lakers coming in. I think they drop out. I agree with you. I think if the clippers get Kawai, then they could go all the way to number one if they don't get him or a comparable talent than I agree. They could be a team that falls out of it. I don't think that the Lakers are the only new team to make the playoffs this year. Sacramento to me feels like a team on the come. Do you have an I in the I see the look on face? That's a bold. Call. If the FOX takes another leap, like he did last year. They add another player, then yeah, I could see the being in the mix. But again, like you're talking that bottom of the west to get in the playoffs. I think Sacramento's got probably take two more jumps to get into. How about the pelicans? How about a pelicans team? That is a newly built with all those young Lakers. I mean, we're gonna have to stop calling them Lakers at this point. Right. But all those young now former Lakers and obviously Ziying out in the middle of it. And whatever they do with that fourth pick we had here. If you missed the beginning of our show today, telling us, they're going to try. They may try to flip that fourth pick in the draft into a an established veteran like Bradley Beal type of player. Yup. Through the pelicans make the playoffs. I mean look, if they can get Bradley Beal, then. Yeah, I think they're in the mix. I think if they have the fourth pick or they get somebody that's of lesser stature. I think it's going to be tough because again, I on Scylla rookie and you're still talking about Lonzo ball hasn't been healthy, Brandon Ingram who's coming off the blood clotting issue. Right. And they have a lot of stuff to sort out, but they also have a lot of town. Well I like New Orleans and I think that New Orleans is going to be the Sacramento of last year. They play very well. And, and they get to a point in a season where they just don't have enough to get over. The hump, but I see him, you know, right there, the bottom nine or ten all right? We have more basketball as we continue in again, Castro vote on my poll on ESPN at ESPN. Greenie on Twitter as to what you think is the best duo will see the reaction flying and candidly, it's distracting me. Let me get into football. We are seventy nine days away from the start of the NFL season. And one of the huge story lines this year is Dak Prescott when, and if he gets an extension, and how he will perform in two thousand nineteen, but Dan relapse is with us. This is really I think, has established itself as one of the big question marks in the sport this year because Prescott there was some people who believe he is a franchise quarterback pay him, like one of the elite guys, there are many others who have questions and wonder if he's been dragged along a little bit by Zeke Elliott and others. Give me some tape make a case. I loved that use the word leaked because week seventeen last year, he was elite. They play on the road against the giants deck. Was the reason that the cowboy win this game? So he did it by being aggressive. Greenie the. Giants earn. But we know is a Tampa two defense that safety is going that way that safety is going that way in this middle linebacker. Because this these safeties jobs are to be wider than the whitest in deep is the deepest. So this exposes the middle of the field. This Mike linebacker has played the run through player and everybody else on this defense just plays zone. They're going to keep their eyes on the deck Prescott. Now, one of the ways that teams tried to attack this is they take this tight end and they run them at the Mike linebacker and then across the field. And then they try to wrap this receiver around and throw the scene ball, and you're really reading this, Mike linebacker right here. What he does now this Mike linebacker. Does a really good job of just kind of play an in-between right there where he now plays a little bit of an in-between defender that makes it hard for deck Prescott to read it. So he can do both things. He can protect that seem. He's also taken away, this tight end coming on this crosser, so traditionally, deck throws this check down. Here. He's not aggressive, cheesy throat, you're playing in between. I don't wanna make it difficult. But one of the things that quarterbacks are taught is if this tight end does cross this face get underneath this, Mike linebacker and you feel rested. And since this safety down here, his gotta go play the widest part of the field, you can make this throw, but you have to be aggressive. That's what deck did in this game any Beck shoulders the ball to this tight end to make sure that, that safety didn't have the opportunity to make that place. So just beat aggressive down in the red zone, which is not something deck is notoriously done to this. This is the play that stands out the most though. So I want to circle this fourth and five. There's about fifteen seconds. Let them this game. You cannot make a throwaway kick the field goal he'll you need a touchdown. So they're playing without their premier left tackle Tyron Smith. Okay. Alleviate Vernon's gonna come off the edge here. And as a quarterback, right there. You're dead. You're. Dead games over you're going to get booed. We'll have to talk about. Everybody's gonna say deck Scott stinks, but he's gonna do an outstanding job of making a player, he's going to be outstanding job of being elite evading pressure. I want everyone to remember this scramble right here. So he going to get out of the pocket. And remember, this cannot be throwaway situation that has to be an absolute dime to Kobe's like, we have a better angle of it. If he throws his bowl the way if it's not a completion, so. Right. At this moment, right? Here is went deck Prescott breaks the pocket copays. He's covered deck Prescott right now. Scrambling trying to make a play trying to be great player. So he's now broken the pocket but this is even better. This is at this moment, right here is when the ball leaves Dak Prescott tans. He's not covered you don't open your right? He's blanketed deck Prescott Mike throw this ball in oh, I've tried to give them a chance. We lose the game. But he makes any leap player throw eight great player throw in the exact moment that he's needed to they'd played this game without Z. They played this game with Tyron Smith debt for a lot of his career. The Cowboys have one and he's been a part of the ride in week, seventeen they won because of debt. So that's the question. Can he be that guy week after week after week that they win? Because if you remember the circumstances of that game they had already clinched everything that they could clinch so Zeke didn't play. And there's a lot of question as to why Dak was even playing he wound up playing the whole game. It was a close game. And they wanted on that remarkable throw. That's really well done. All right. We have remind you coming up here on a fresh, our of getting up following the big trade, just how good with the Lakers be, and how seismic is this shift across the NBA? That's next.

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Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ & Travis (Hr 4)

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ & Travis (Hr 4)

"So on all requests, Wednesday Travis the only Sancho on Instagram who's our friend, Jill auto drew. He sent Raja a Janet song to play, would you mind? Now, this is over twenty thirteen album, that song is if you read the lyrics, we can't play that song. Why not smiling right? Yeah. Was like. Oh, okay. I mean look up the lyrics of that song. What's it going, would you mind? And she's -tival, would you mind just about everything? Oh, what do you mean? Would you mind? What I don't get it. Yeah. Every dumped everything that was offensive. It would just be dead space. Yes. Oh, so we're playing this could Janet classic a lot of music requests on Wednesday. But that's not the point you could've played anytime anywhere. I could have there would have been the point is you got to you got to combine the music with drops. You know. So what's the nation, you could have your mind with a little bit of oil z? And you know. Yeah, whoa. I'm reading me clear. So you're reading the lyrics would you mind by Jan Jace? Read them to me. No. I'm good. I like this job refrain from the offensive worth emojis who boy, let's waste a moment. Ain't no need to be shy. What's up either entire next line? Just involves friends, and I like him. Yeah. So does wrong. You know what else is biggest thrown traff? Hold on. Eight fifty seven keys. Doppler still in on Monday. That would be seven degrees right now. Sunny, high seventy seventy they going to warm up Raj in the south land. I like it. When? Thank you. National. Oh, no. What's this one? Hold on. Coq au Bon no national coca Wien day. Coca von Nash, what I said. Kakabadze know cocoa gone. What is that? It's a French dish. It's a it's a rooster not a chicken a rooster that's cooked in red wine and simmered for meeting day, could eat rooster, national cook Wien day at Key's headline presented by sprint. It's very good. Flirts you now anyway, national cooking rooster. Ross. Nah, I can't do can't chicken it is. It's a roost, not this not a chick a rooster chick. Totally different close, but different isn't a rooster just. Yeah. Yeah, but I'm used they walked Chipper, and they all with the eggs, the male. I don't want to eat the mail. I'm good. Do you lay eggs? Rush ali. Yeah. Plumbers ill with them. Copper. Okay. It's good. Oh, he's had frog legs and everything. Kakha doodle. Do you calm down criminals, a bear, sometimes bears? Nice Kaku Dunkin. Doodle dookie. Due to do, so according to Rogers, favorite news outlet if such TMZ during port it that Beverly Hills police pulled over another one of his favorites and just in beaver Monday night, because he didn't have a front license plate Bieber and his windows were little too dark for their liking. They basically didn't couldn't see inside the car, lack. We're told a cop decided not to write beeps, a ticket because Justin was polite, cooperative and respectful. Number one, I'm assuming no front license plates means that he was in a sports car of some celebre gaining. It was told you. So there you go. Windows, too dark. Okay. He's a celebrity. He doesn't want people looking at him inside of his car. Every move that he makes and it's about time that he was cooperative and respectful to some people. He's learning. He's aging. He's maturing. Yeah. Yeah. Mature man who's not doing duets with Ed Sharon. He's now adult contemporary live. No. But it's so funny, though the front license plate thing for years. I've always been pulled over. I know I hear sports cars, because I never I don't not drilling a hole in my damn driveway. Jumper. Yeah. No, I'm not careful. What you let. Hey, remember that time teams E caught up with the Keyshawn Chris member about Bieber? And we got. With Justin Bieber questions. So the end of the day is nineteen years old. He speed through a residential neighborhood, one of the things that we do, as whatever you wanna call the celebrities or whatever you want our peace of mind. We try to get behind gates. So we can enjoy our families in jar lifestyle. But you got a nineteen year old kid, you know, filling entitled speeding up and down the highway, that's why all the neighbors is mad. You got an spitting on people in the neighborhood. You can't do that. That's not that's not the way it's supposed to be got much handlers running around, you know, kissy yellow or did you see him? Gang. Tell you the all request Wednesday mash up. But, you know, I was yeah. Right. Like nineteen years old when you when you confronted when you easy for me to say when you confronted him was he terrified? Well, we've moved on from that, man. We that, that's a story that was all time ago, we don't continue to hash that we, you're doing your magic singing lessons. Well made. So the answer is yes. Man, just put it this way. He'll never do it again. Guarantee you that. But that was the headline of today, certainly have grown up to learn some things in his young life. We're listening to K SPN, Los Angeles. It's Bieber or just can be also gave a homeless man of funding dollar Bill and give them a hug game. A five hundred dollar Bill. There's no such thing as fun to order them from the Bank, though. In rapper thing argued five hundred dollar bills. Y'all look I've got five hundred dollar bills instead of C-notes. What do they call it? What would they call the five hundred though, five c really five seat? Sounded right. Two hundred is a scene. I wonder what they would call the five hundred. I dunno. I'll listen sure Travis fact. Checking like that. He was pounding that keyboard? Well, I'm just a hundred. Five hundred thousand dollar Bill to although there are still legal tender in the United States, high denomination bills were last printed in nineteen forty five and officially discounted in nineteen sixty nine by the Federal Reserve. Okay. But they're still around. Yeah. Partisan, I'm sure he gave a guy with Bill from nineteen Forty-five. And that'd be rally is worth more than five hundred. Yeah. Pretty sure the guy doesn't know that. And then if he takes us weird tries to cash in people to look at him like no fame, man is. His messed up the president on to find out a Bill. Not much talked about McKinley. Oh, yeah. He doesn't get a lot of. President McKinley kind of the radar we ever do. We ever do a top ten of Raja's drops. That one that's cracking the top five. Just that. That's a slow. I don't mean to get on. No, we moving on this sports, but I don't mean to get off this would they make a new Bill for Obama. Oh, god. No here in America whole. No, no, no. I disagree. We might get the Harriet, Tubman, switcheroo. They're trying to do too. Is it twenty minutes? We might we might have got delayed your because I'll come out off it. Oh, you're killing old people say, that's what we're doing. What would he? What would what Obama beat three dollar Bill? They're not just gonna make new money. I donate my you never know what we might do. What are we going to do goes three to Hardaway? You can't do three a hardware. Vegas fool. Do you understand the mount of Pollock understand, and the politics behind? I can't. But I just it's just a question for a political guy that there hasn't been a new person on money in a long time, live dudes, but stubby. Well there when they did the dollar coin. They had soccer Julia. And that's about it. How Yawkey way give me some bus stomach man. Hurts me laugh is so much. Dollar Bill man. I don't know four dollar Bill three now. I don't know. I'm just going to get a couple more streets. He's gonna maize on Manami maybe a high wind Chicago if he doesn't really have a high wind Chicago and then a couple of airports in his library airport going to be, you know, they may give them like a. Make change midway. Oh, that's respectful, Midways a horrible air. Why would they do? We gave it to you go away, midway get away closer to the library. Then, then the other ones then O'Hare so you know, we gave him midway go away. Right. And here's your street, not going about you. We're done with your library, the Commissioner of the NBA, Adam silver was on get up this morning talking about a handful of different things. And here's Adam silver talking about Laker owner Jeanie Buss. We have tremendous confidence, and genius. Her family are the some of the longest standing owners in the NBA in one of the most successful ownership groups in all of major league sports history. I mean in, in the time that they've owned the team they you know, they have the second most championships in the entire league. And I know genie knows how to manage a team. And sure, you know, when things start to go wrong. You know, a lot of fingers get pointed people like to pile on, but they'll figure it out. It's not like they've been in disarray for fifty years. You're only swell hold on talking to fifty years, but their, their lack of success coincides directly with her ownership when Dr bus died, and she became the head of the, the organization when she became I know her in junior running it together, but she was still the one at the very top. She was the one with final decision making a thirty that happened in the Lakers haven't been in the playoffs, since it's I mean, that, that's not a coincidence. They've had coaching turnover. They've had absolutely no success in the free agent market until the Bron James last summer. They haven't made the playoffs. They haven't done anything behead. Coby Bryan on the team, very many people allegedly wanted to play with Kobe, because he was hot dog and all the time, and he wouldn't pass and he just didn't want to deal with him. Right. That, that. So this a little different slow different. Then when you look at higher and getting her brother and getting Cup. Check out of. Here and bringing in magic to get rid of the contracts and Pelinka to get rid of back contracts, picking up players doing those sort of things last two years, the turnaround has has certainly improved for those guys got in there, four years prior to that, they was, I would believe that they were still trying to figure out everything come checking them did back contracts. Bad deals in Kobe was on the team in nobody allegedly wanted to play for the Lakers because Kobe Bryant was a part of the team. Okay. Then if, if that's true. And that's, that's fine. I believe that, but they also if Kobe was the one that was, preventing you from getting the people say, I don't I you heard saying ever for sure, but they also gave Kobe of an extension a fifty million dollar extension a couple of years that was entirely her decision when he was well, past his prime kind of as a thank you gold watch down. But it again it was it may have been the right thing to do to run a family business to do. Right. By one of your longtime employee's, but it was bad for the basketball team was bad. The for the basketball team is one of those deals almost like her Shaw and the dodgers where perhaps that money could have been better served in other places. Maybe the bullpen. I don't know. But because he's a longtime guy, you wanna make sure you thank him. But. When you consider the last six seasons and where they are now to where they were when the show started clearly, she's improving I we're talking about about how dysfunctional the inside isn't yada, yada, yada. But when we first started a morning show and the big free agent son was Timofey Moscow luau deigned, and we were trying to figure out what the hell is going on now. You look at this franchise short time later, you gotta LeBron James young talent cap Speights in a lottery, pick that is a better scenario and Jeannie buzzes as much a part of that, as she was with the Timothy miles from the wall, dang signing. Yeah. Is she? Get crooked c. Credit for the bad credit for the best. You gotta get credit for the good. That'd be that's part of she wanted the team now this summer way, she's going to get the positive or the negative. I mean she can't you can't have rob bringing in Kawai and then genie didn't do any. This is a team because as soon as she goes to the clippers and we all sign anybody the first thing we will say, as Jeanie Jeanie credit goes to the clippers and you get Kemba Walker. You've you've got smoked. I mean, I don't think we're going to get okeydoke like well, if that might not get Kawai, but I'm saying as soon as they don't sign somebody. That's prominent everybody's going. Oh, her her in soon as they signed somebody who's prominent. They need to give her her just really starting to just dismiss the, the timeline and the take part of the problem. With genie buses is that she's going to always be compared to the, the way that her father, ran the team and her father, not only was a successful owner, her father was arguably the greatest owner in pro sports history that this wasn't just oh, the Lakers were really good. And they want a bunch of championships with, with Dr buzz Dr bus changed the NBA really about how he went about it. The star system, Laker, girls making it more entertaining as it was about basketball about finding the right people. The fact that you go and find Jerry Buss and you go, and you are I'm sorry, you go, and you find pantley Wiley, and Jay. Rest run your team that you identify all these incredibly successful people in power them to do what they need to do. But you're coming in after that you're gonna look like maybe year, the gang that can't shoot straight, but the problem is, is he dies and all of a sudden she comes in. They haven't made the playoffs since they've had modest success in a couple of different areas, the books clind up, but they've had no real wins other than LeBron at the end. But at the end for Dr bus that roster was already kind of put together those guys were already there. She made the they made the extension. Kobe okay because that's what they wanted to do. Her father gave magic a piece of the team gave him the first big huge twenty to twenty five year twenty five million or something. I mean so they've done things that other ownership groups have never done for professional players. So I don't fault the Kobe Bryant years of giving him the money at the end summer will tell you a lot about where genie's tenure has. Been happy birthday Noel Gallagher fifty two years old today. I liked that band. No. So this is a ban. What's always whiny sad, e mo-, they're bigger than the Beatles. So the according to them, right. The brothers the Liam and Noel. Yeah. The guitars, and they would fight and one time when fight a lot. Yes. At one time to lead singer like they had a gig in the lead singer to got in a fight so lead singer was standing on the balcony. And the other brother guitar should sing all the songs and did like we're doing it without you, we ready music festival, and they were like one of the acts we were drawn like just saying one. We don't care about this. All this isn't Wonderwall. Yeah, Chris picked it. No gallagher. I understand the music does a lot of different things for a lot of people. It's like anything else that you like it for them. No. This is. I don't wanna listen to music that's gonna make me sad. This drunk, people measly sad. You don't like radio hits Dale. I love Radiohead. At least it's pretty list. You know what I mean? Like there, she has a pretty voice. It's a rich melodic voice it. But this is. Hanging out like we talked about more. See the were you here when we had our Morsi discussion he was nine get the cigarette Morrissey. No, no, no. Dude. Keep your problems to yourself is very pro bother me with your is happy songs you to kill you. Another thing l z miss. Yeah. Yeah. You know, he's got to do. Amir guy behind you chained up with apple and his mom. He's not even Email. He's just just rest. All right. So we heard Rich Paul our shoes. Shirts say Adam silver, and Jeanie Buss, a minute ago. Here's Adam silver talking about Rich Paul whether or not they had that meal, and whether or not he was too involved was at a lunch. There were two people sitting there he was in the same restaurant he sat down for a second. And I think he said something along the lines that Luke Walton is not the right guy to coach LeBron. And I think my reaction was to shrug my shoulders and maybe said, and who do you think is the right guy to coach and he mentioned the name, and that was that I mean, I think it was all thirty second conversations. I never thought twice about it. I certainly never repeated anyone I didn't think the people at that lunch which used to repeat it to anyone. But I think as Commissioner I, I don't want to shut people off who have a point of view. I think that was a situation where I think he was just taking advantage of the fact I was sitting there and I'm not even sure I think he just wanted to say it out loud. I don't think he had any expectation that I would repeat that to anyone, I agree with them. But here's what I know. Here's what I know, for sure. The name that Rich Paul said, Adam silver was not free. It's not, you know, you know, who would be the right guy for LeBron Frank Vogel. That's not. But talking to the Commissioner has nothing to do with the Lakers. I could I could go talk to. I can go talk to Roger Goodell all day long. You know what, man? They know what man. I don't know why the raiders pay John grew. Let me he's not the right guy for the raiders, they need to. They need to they should've kept Jack del Rio. What does that mean? Nothing nothing. It's just a conversation between the Commissioner of the NBA and a super agent Rich Paul about a coach that his client, probably doesn't feel great about but he's not telling the organization. He's conveying to his agent in his agent has diarrhea at the mouth. So therefore, he ran and basically let the cat out the bag that, that's all it is. It's sort of trying to make him more than what it is. Crazy. Let, let me try to make it more than it is that maybe it's did he was telling anybody in every that Luke Walton is not the right guy that. I get it. I get it. I, I don't know how much, but right he's telling anybody in everybody, Luke, Walton so wrong for the job. Luke Walton wrong guy for the job, and your LeBron guy eventually, it's going to make its way back to Luke Walton. He's still got a coach claim had a fire him fire. But coach the team key. He's got a coach the team coached a team. Why are you worried about the outside noise is is? Blown at is as coaches like to say if you start listening to the fans just won't be sitting with them. I mean, I'm not a fan that that is a guy with a direct line of communication to you Moore's but. With what you have to cook car mental highs separate the two and know that he is a fan even though he's an agent. He's speaking like a fan. He does not like the coach because he's seen LeBron James have major success with another guy who's available in total that will that was their fault. If you take a poll on sure most people would say that tie Lewis a better coach for the Brian James, then Luke Walton. Most people would say that because they've had success together. They've won the fact I was talking to somebody yesterday. And we were talking I was like we were just talking. So why, why do you think they just didn't pull the trigger on on Thailand? He said, well, they tried to get them to do it. I said, but did they really try to not a really didn't scream in Holland stone there, weren't exactly because it ain't no? I'm talking about LeBron's camp LeBron if they screened in Holland inflex they did. And they said, hey, we want to do it. They said, okay, we'll try to get it done then they came back. So we just we tried to get it done. And get if the Brian James pool one of those may y'all better hired is dude else, I'm done. I won't out they would they would have done it. Right. They would have done it. And they tried to come back. I think at the second time but by the end, it was all kinda screwy Louis, and in all honesty, tightly product regresses decision because I don't see him be an I obviously could be wrong. But I don't see a lot of people banging door to try to hire him. Monty Williams got the job right in Phoenix Minnesota hired right Ryan Saunders flips on. So if you're a championship caliber coach, who knows how to get the job done, and your vailable, it's certainly should be more than just won t get you. Right. But if but if people out there, it's in any sport, right? This is the thirty owners or whatever it is. And they on general manage, and they all kind of trade, talk and converse. Stations in if there's a handful that need coaches in out of that hand full. They look at you and only reason why you're successful is because LeBron James and in their mind, they really think that you'll never get hired right? Never. That's my and I wouldn't shake that he wouldn't shake that rap if he comes back and coaches LeBron pick up an extra six hundred out just picking up some money now. No, I know that, yes. Picking up the ten or whatever so, but he'll pick up extra year in extra money is what else is saying, and then if you rolling, and you get any turned around, then all of a sudden. You. Okay. All of a sudden you now at a at a position where you have the leverage. Here's what should have happened though, based on everything that we've seen right now if you wanted to take the Lakers in bend bending over a barrel. Lebron was LeBron should it did it should deal with ever. He did it throughout his career with Cleveland on the one in one in one of the ones he should have did that again. But because he thought the Magic Johnson situation was go work out. He winning full tilt on the four year deal with a thirty three year deal with an option for four. He shouldn't went one, one in one Lakers would have never turned it down. Because if you go one in one guess we has him and now now you could walk in. There say do it higher minute from bouncing higher, my doodle left. I'm bouncing. But when he signed a long term deal that was kind of engage Lakers, a little more. More leverage, which makes Magic Johnson. Look, a smart businessman make, yes. In a or another example of how smart of a business. Thank you clean it up. There thinking. I'm sorry about that. But, you know, back to the, the conversation in regards to, you know, tie Lou and the fact that, you know, the Lakers, screw that up the number of years coincided with the bronze years. He clearly was viewed as a person who is LeBron whisperer and the only way that he's going to not have that it's a find someone one given an opportunity to clean that up and it's probably going to be a situation where as an awful, too. Yep. So instead of going ahead and maybe winning another chip or more because whoever you signed as a free agent may be young enough that you may squeeze another one out of impose LeBron instead of doing that you wait now for an awful team to hire you with no superstar so because because ego, you know, so weird though about. How people view different people in stuff? I know you'll scream EMMY no by my head off because he took the team, the playoffs and out in the all stars blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Won a championship in Boston with Ray Allen, Kevin Garnett in, in Paul Pierce and Rondo in Rondo one championship one but doc is seen as some way, different as a basketball coach which is which if you compare. No. But hold on. I'm just saying, but which which is craving. You're welcome. He. Lando? He was he was successful, exactly. I don't remember landowning was successful in Orlando with a with a team that was not particularly good. But if a guy thing is, is what's crazy is when he's done well, with the clippers here, but what's so crazy is. Ties only had one bite at the apple and it worked and it worked. That's all I'm saying one. So we don't know if he could coach a non LeBron team. Right. And be successful they tried it last year. What two months to exactly? They only gave him they gave him a van is airport runway or not. Right. They gave him the north nice move short deal. Please the seven forty seven. Sure, why didn't work for you, bro. That was crazy. That's why I'm not sure to to go back to what you said at the very beginning of the cells, the about the regret that he may might have for walking away from this that if he really does want to make his bones as a coach in this league and not necessarily as LeBron James's coach in this league, then maybe he does need to wait for a bad team just pick one here that he's got to wait for the Atlanta Hawks to come open. Again, that doesn't have a great roster at the time and take them from wherever they are outside of the playoffs, and all of a sudden he turned around and hate the hawks are the fifth seed in the east. Okay. Who's? Oh, Ty Lou did that. And now of a sudden he's back into it. And you wonder that the, the almost have to exclude the money because he'd get more money here in LA, certainly get a lot more attention. But if you really if the goal is to, hey, I'm Tyler successful, NBA coach and not tie Lou. Lebron James is guy, you almost have to go to one, but there's so many coaching. I know of guys only one coach. I know of that's that stupid. And that was Larry Brown. Mary Brown to me was the only coach who would get the have have some stuff rolling now. Stupid superstars. He's the only one you Phil Jackson said titan a big chair to, and it was like, oh, second Kobe. He I can work with that. Yeah. You, you don't want to go to a bad team when you're rolling, you don't leave the Brown James because you wanna prove you can be without J slip, Brian Irvine. What about that? What if he thinks LeBron's at the end of the line? What if you just look, I love him and he and he's, he's good. He's still. But I can't do it with an I look around. I see what's going on Golden State. I know that somebody's coming to LA to play for the clippers. I know that the Portland trailblazers have taken a step forward that the Denver Nuggets are a much better team than they've been in a long time. I don't know about this, this, this may go bad for me because while abroad is still good. It's not what it used to be. I can't do it with just him anymore. Breaking news Rosh. Oh, hang on. I just noticed that. Christopher Morales was eating pancakes, with exit surp- from microwave and drinking a coke again. Again, king. It was an omelette was telling you something, funny, it was a brand. No, it was. It was you takes from the microwave, bad, that is for you, any serpent butter and drinking a coke syrup and butter. We have a frequent refrain we have five refrigerators. As we talked about earlier Dijon mustard. Musters fine. Everybody likes Dijon mustard. Do you notice? He was trying to eat in a corner so you can. From the lights. As he was truly soft. So you didn't hear you. Slow so each your slowest armlet. That's what it was like cheese. No livers worth. No. All right key. Let's get right to it doc. Rivers says they've Kawai Leonard is the most Jordan that we have ever seen. Here's doc, the most like Jordan that we've seen there's a letter break. Lebron is phenomenal eighties phenomenal. But when not that he is Jordan or anything like that. But he's the most like big hands host gang can finish. Great leaper, great defender inbetween game if you beat them to the stop bumps you off. And then you add his three point shooting, you know, so, you know, I never get in that who's the best player, you know magic is the best player. You know Michael Jordan was the best player LeBron but the is that same group coup. Why is the most like Jordan? We've seen according to Doc Rivers, take it a shake. I'm gonna take it because. I'm gonna take it because if I was the head coach, general manager, president of the clippers and free agency was coming up and I was looking for a player that could give me over the home. I certainly would compare him new Michael Jordan alone with Oscar Robertson, manage magic in there. Of Jesus, he's better than Kevin Durant. When I know I'm not gonna probably get Kevin Durant. He's better than the Broncos. There's a chance, I'm not going to get LeBron. I could still still Kevin Durant. But of course, he's gonna say all those things will look if you look at Coalisland in his game you could compare it to a the great wounds. You certainly can Michael Jordan had snap crackle pop. He had a lot of sizzle any at a circle. We all tried to emulate, his walk. We are trying to have a press conference in lick the lips that was just part of that was am I right? Yeah. Travis I walk into play like, but lick your lips. Jordan. It's my life because I'm free trade, and I'm still believing a rivalry gave me a piece of gum today. Our will be imitating. Michael jordan. Jordan, this one here. Travis to. Yeah. Real hard, if we could. Yeah, just. Fame. What he doesn't have is the sizzle, and that's why quiet gets left off these conversations is because. He's not into that. He don't care clearly, all right? Next one can sue goes from the NFC champ last year to a team that hasn't made the playoffs since os seven uncle I like being part of things that you can build and be able to put them over the top. That's dominating. Sue take it or shake it key. I. Shake. You went from you win from the NFC champ, and NFC chumps, and Detroit, didn't get over the top, and neither did Miami in Rams got over the top with some other players. And I certainly believe that sues a important part of the defense but not at the number economically that the Rams paid him a year ago. I, I don't know exactly what he got from Tampa, Tampa Bay financially but it certainly was rewarding. I'm assuming about nine mill nine point three. Okay. So we got fourteen last year. Yeah. So, okay. So you got ten million dollars from the ramp Bay Buccaneers you take that ten million? You say everything you supposed to say is he bangers is in dominant? Suet difference maker. If you have him, do you have a much better chance of success than if you don't have him at this point in his career? I don't know. I don't know if he's better than Gerald McCoy right now. I don't know. I have no idea if he's better than a German, I think they're probably pretty even. But sometimes when you get to move, you get a reboot. Moving from the ramp to the bucks. All of a sudden he gets ten sacks. It's just a reboot, maybe the style in which Todd Bowles uses him, which is a hell of a difference, a coordinated maybe not good here coach. But a defensive coordinator would a great mind puts him in a different position. Then we'll way Phillips there. Because way Phillips had Aaron Donald it. He had to make sure he can get off and not down consume or at RJ Hampton was the number five prospect in the class of twenty nine thousand nine he decided that he is not going to go to college. But rather, he's gonna go play professional basketball for the New Zealand breakers of the Australian National Basketball league. Here's RJ Hampton explaining his decision. I just think my dream has never been to, to play college basketball. My dream is always debate to get to the next level in the plan, the NBA. So I mean, I think this was the best route for me to live like a pro and play with grown men every day and, and not kind of have to juggle books and basketball and his focus on my mangle RJ Hamptons decision to skip coach basketball, and goes straight to a professional league overseas ticket or shaken take. You know, this is a somewhat of a growing trend every single year, we get one or two players that make this decision that they don't wanna go to college for various reasons, whether it's whether it's because he couldn't get into the school academically, whether it's the shoe money is so valuable in because the money that he's making overseas. It'll be a couple of hundred thousand dollars. Right. That, that that's not in comparison to professional sports. That's nothing but his shoe money could eclipse a million dollars a year and time or where the internet. You look at that. And he's not if you told me if you said overseas or Duke overseas are Kentucky. Kansas, Kentucky Duke more. So because I'm talking about the educational when, when you have a Duke, blue devil, next to you in your name is something different Michigan. It's, it's something different in the he may not value that part of it. But certain. Only he could have done a one and done type guy. But why not go ahead and make a million and a half dollars or whatever if that's what he could potentially get and play professional sports, not have to go to classes in, in live, your life, Adam silver Commissioner Adam sewage on get up this morning and talked about this conversation. And one of the things he stress was that of all the countries to try to do this in. Australia is a good one because of the way. Players. What are you talking about his doing Australian but it was was wasn't a club. Plus, I don't mean to cut you off even though he disrespected you until you plus it's a it's a good country. He's not like stuck in some, some wear. You gotta win. None of that sort of stuff this speaking English over there. But you can tell from Adam silver's comments, though, there, there's a much longer a quote, here that you can expect the G league to respond to this, because this is just the beginning and Adamson was a very, very bright guy. He knows that if he's not careful this has become the new pipeline. He weren't rather have that money standard NBA. They go to Australia and other countries like that. All right back to the NFL the raiders, they did it. They signed Richie incognito whose football for an entire season. Richie incognito joining the raiders take it or shake it shake ya. Shake it. Seems right raiders incognito vaunt as Bertha CT Antonio Brown. It's got a whole bunch of guys vote bunch of problems on the same with the head coach allies in what could possibly go wrong. I mean like seriously like this do he has more lives in a cat Ritchie cognitive. Oh. Is he that good of a football player key that they keep bringing them in? I, maybe they think so I mean he's a good guard. He's a physical. He's physical at the point of these crazy clearly. And I'm not dealing with somebody who's crazy raiders are. I'm not I'm good. But I always will remember coach once told me, okay if Charles Manson could play football. They get him out of jail and signing. That's just what these coaches do just what they do a funeral home. And did die. I mean yeah. Not Charles, he went to a funeral home with guns and threatened to shoot up the place. Right. He's a raider now. He's, he's a football player now. Right. So Mr. NFL, Mr. Roger Goodell. This is what you're still letting in your lead. This is why you know what I'm surprised of them surprised. They just didn't suspend him outright ban in from the NFL, maybe there's some legal ramifications that they just did it. No, I'm not surprised that they didn't log a call in to the raiders, and be able to say, don't do this. Jail. They don't. Well, that's another. We should be in jail fine. But if he's not in jail if he's an eligible player we've seen it with Kareem hunt. We've seen with tyreek hill. We've seen it with all of these guys who find themselves in the middle of a problem. The NFL will say one thing and do another one hundred percent of the time it translates. Oh. Grant. Because Wednesday with nothing happened. I was like I was giving a time. I was actually waiting for Rosh to walk back in on an all request Wednesday. Jon Martinez on Twitter wanted to hear somebody's watching me by Rockwell, along with the classic we call it. Ki- scary story. Jump up out the bed. It goes to the stairs. That make a noise this Lincoln here. Yeah. Who's going to really go? Do something. It might it might scare someone. I hope it do. Yeah. Because I don't want to get in trouble with coming to my door. Yeah. Did you have an alarm system? But I don't I mean how many times really like turn your alarm only snobby doubt. I don't know every day I do is hard. I mean you don't have one on your phone where you can just turn it on to hit the panic button, instead of going. Let's go to deter potential robber shoot. There you go. I always a classic except nano out of it, but I do like that. Michael ja- Jackson's say, no hook on this or was that just a rumor? He did. Yeah. He wrote the song. He actually wrote a song. Wow. How, how create now Quincy might have been holding the pen but. Come on. Did Rockwell have a follow up did who? Yeah. If he did. I remember this one, they still while remember somebody's watching me again. Now, the I have a question there, sir. Are you know, we are the show? We have boxing fans on this show just been a fight signed, Dante wilder. Of course, he's gonna fight a rematch against or tease, right? Yeah. They. They. When are we going to see what we've been clamoring for us for an heavyweight division for well over a year Anthony Joshua versus Deontay, wilder now you blame a little bit Deontay wilder this for signing a fight, but I'm like, what is supposed to do? Wait while Joshua keeps not fighting him. Yes. And wait and do one just in Colorado after this weekend. By the way, I will be covering the fight on design this weekend. Bremer's fight New York, Madison Square Garden. Anthony, Joshua's US debut. Wait until after weekend. Wait to save Anthony Joshua Winstons fight. And then you can announce the same fight in the fall. It's not even summer yet. If you would have had a late fall fight say, November, or something or December that's not that great of a deal, and that about the buildup that is that's over year of not being an arena last fall in December against out of your fury. Michael Thompson stopped by the sweet. It was fun. Good time. No, where you were Travis. Yeah. It was a you there. A lot. I made my modeling debut drivers, you wanna see it wearing firm without a shirt. It was nice. You guys requested a follow up. Let's do it. Yes, the funnel up, I well came up with this song shortly after somebody's watching me. Hey, carlo. Nope. It's called Tokyo. No. This to you. How high, I did not chart it. Did not chart. Yeah. Imagine what happens when you don't have. Visit the Cleveland Cavaliers with LeBron James, but it was from the album, captured and look at that album Rockwell looks pretty captured in that. Oh, yeah. Oh, look the head a little bit of a prince thing going on. Right. Hot look back then. Yeah. It's like a. Pompadour hairstyle. That's a lot of Jackie he's too. That's probably why people. Yeah. Use the eighties Rodwell what is he doing now? Doing somebody's. Watching me at state fairs. That's where they go right? And by the way, not a terrible gig. No, not at all. You think years from now, you guys Allegra, you, you can just go like two different little, I don't know radio conventions. And just like pull up a couple of chairs and microphones about sports is remember when Jeanie blew up the Lakers Travis, remember when you used to rack him. Well, I never actually racked anybody. But yeah, I was around the racking when it happened. I mean when Rackham l z Walker bueller tonight for the dodgers is gets to snap the dodgers one game losing. It's not a streak of it's just one. So I don't know what to call it but they got a chance to rebound tonight with Walker bueller. Speaking of rebounding, we have to rebound, you and me show. Because apparently taxi was not the follow up to somebody's watching me obscene phone call this'll Rockwell every. Caspian Los Angeles, twelve. You know. I remember the song, I don't you notice. There would lobby Jack hills. There were a lot more twelve inches in our and be section in the rock and roll. Stephen a Smith is coming up in just a little bit. Have a fantastic day today. We will see you right here tomorrow NBA finals finally here tomorrow he makes a good point.

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Best Of: Comedians in Cars Disrespecting Coffee

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And once he starts again with this stuff with women. We say goodbye. We don't need you on television anymore. Lavar ball until one of your kids. Does anything. But you could go away again, if you want. So before we get to that, though, Greg, Cody also, I don't know how he feels about this. But the warriors bought a full page ad in Toronto to congratulate the raptors now, first of all, that's funny because it costs twenty four dollars. That much. I mean, a full page ad right now in the newspaper lunch today, possibly me. It's something that they found in steps car ashtray, and they bought a bunch of full page ads in the newspaper, that's not the biggest revenue stream for the American newspaper, athletes, and teams. And how do you feel about the warriors doing that because I think what the warriors have gotten and there haven't been many teams throughout the history of time that have this particular escape hatch it ends, and we all kind of know it wouldn't have. And so they're being super graceful. And it's totally unsatisfying like congratulations, Toronto that looked like a hell of a parade, but it's unsatisfactory because the warriors. No. Like you didn't beat us. The wheels just fell off of our car, ninety rap. There's not have a title and your personal record book. Is that what I'm hearing? I'm saying that the weight of. So proud of you warriors are behaving in a way that suggests that they don't think the raptors have a title and their personal record, according to a spokesperson from Audi car industry, sort of moved away from, ashtrays about fifteen years. I keep doing that. Yeah. Yeah. Fifteen years ago, the car ashtray reference, I've been making for forty years with the roll up window manual when please correct me on it every time. On the poll game at lebatardshow. Do you miss the car ashtray? You saw what lavar ball did Molly care and what he did on I take yesterday. And I do I do believe that it's been enough of these right now that we can stop cheapening ourselves as a company by putting someone's dad on television anymore. Like he's not if, if he were any kind of relevant in any kind of way, maybe he'd be worth hearing from. But now he's just the sidecar and a clown show, whose insulting people in a way that's offense until his kids. Do something I tell us kids, do something that he can come back. All right. Hold on. Let's play the sound for the audience and get Greg. He's thoughts on it. Well, that can I switch gears, do for because I have a question here me anytime. Let's stay here. He also pantomine switching gears in case we didn't get what he was meaning of these. I'm I love anytime. Lavar ball is in trouble for anything. I I love that. He's needs to be embarrassed by this. And, you know, it's, it's an embarrassment to ESPN for putting them on to be honest with the I just quit giving a microphone to this guy. Yeah. That's a popular take. Now, I it wasn't ten minutes ago to me like honest to God, I have believed in the idea of more clowns in the circus. But when you combine that he's not relevant in any way with the fact that you're putting him on gratuitously to see if he'll say something stupid, so that you can run with it. They're like there have been a lot of people objecting to this guy for a long time. I am not one of them. I have found him largely funny. I'm just saying he doesn't have the relevance to imply to insult. Our employees is on television and salt women. In American away that we should be dignifying anymore on television. Even if he had the relevance a mini shouldn't be doing that. But at least at least I could justify it as a cheap winning of ratings grab, but he's got no relevant. Zero. I mean. Yeah. And it's pass. He already has what he did with Kristin. He on cowherd show at the stay in your lane thing, which was misogynous. This though, people seem to be taking the opportunity to go ahead and have a take about ESPN. This is about lavar ball use a content machine in a slower time. And obviously I think he's burned up his chances now. But can we keep them separate? It's about all of us though, it's not just about ESPN. It's about everybody who's put him on television. Like I've said, I've been good with putting him on television. But there's no reason to anymore now. The excuse is your son was traded. He was like the seventh part of that package because he's been a totally irrelevant player like he's just a name because your dad's a gas bag like he's done nothing in the league nothing. He's not relevant. Right. But my point would be even of Lonzo ball is an all-star. I still don't want to hear from loudmouthed dad, I just don't. I don't want to hear it from any, I don't mind loudmouthed dead. One. Yes. Loudmouths entertaining. Dad is good without insulting women without insulting employees of the network that he's on. I mean you can it can be separate, right. But I think Greg is representing the majority opinion lavar ball has been mostly hated by the sports public in the public in general. Because he sort of crossover. He was making appearances on Monday night, raw. He became a bigger star than his son. I think most people find him abrasive. If I were Lonzo ball or any athlete in this situation, I would say dad, please be quiet. Let me I'm a grown man. Let me speak for myself. Don't be outraged on my behalf publicly. It just it does a disservice to everybody to the team to his son to a media outlet that has put up with them. But don't you think he kind of respected those wishes? I don't know if it was different subtle Braun in the Lakers organization, but we'll went away and then with his trade, he's back, and he's back embarrassing him. So he went away though, because it seems. The embarrassments were so strong with the calling for the firing of Luke Walton and everything it seemed like they came to an agreement. He was too quiet for too long, and it wasn't just the Lithuanian bears made. It wasn't just the big baller brand embarrassment here. It seems like there was some sort of deal made with either. He has son, the Lakers. Maybe dad, please don't talk while I'm injured. I can't even do anything when you're talking, and I'm injured LeBron Dolan, zip it up. That's I don't know how it went down. But he disappeared in the moment. He got free the moment. He got for a all of a sudden, we gave him every avenue to come, and be a voice, again, for his son. He's said that growing up Lonzo ball idolize. Lebron james. And so, I have to think there was some respect thrown the broad James his way. But when you get traded away from the Lakers, it feels like LeBron James is the one trading you away. So you knew the dad was gonna come at him. Pretty ard. I think I think lavar ball is so toxic and such an embarrassment waiting to happen around every corner that if I'm a team in choir. Hearing about trading for his son. That's part of my thinking. It's like Lonzo we'd love to, to make this deal. But can you get dead to just pull back a little bit? Well, speaking of pulling back, dead, wait till, I'm gonna tell you the story in the next segment. My father used the phrase that I can't believe came out of his mouth yesterday, about himself about himself and just about how great he is at the doing of television. I was floored by the arrogance in it because, as these dads, get more power and fame, they become contaminated, and they become corrupt ESPN radio is presented by progressive insurance. Progressives homequote explorer, gives you multiple quote option. So you can pick what's right for you. See for yourself at progressive dot com, the SP sweepstakes is your chance to win a trip to the SP's and play in a new apex. Legends pro am event. 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He is grumpy old man status where he gets away with whatever he wants. And so the latest thing that's happened for all of you who think I'm joking. I just had this conversation yesterday with Billy before we started highly questionable. I said, Billy, if my father could right now, walk out of this television, studio and never return. Would he do it because he wants to be retired and he doesn't care that he got? He gets this modicum of fame, where people, you know, people meet him on the street and are excited to meet him and fake him out on a handshake. And somebody offers to buy them, half a tuna sandwich like he doesn't. He doesn't need the fame of that anymore. You said with no consequences, which is like the big factor there, because if he leaves and the show ends, then he may not do it. But if the show is going to continue without him and he doesn't do any just walks out. That was the question. And here's the thing that we're trying to figure out is this a long con because Katie Nolan was part of the conversation. She said that she thinks that, you know, it's just an act that he likes to do the show and all this stuff, but he's been doing this for years. So if this is just an act, he's been putting on this act for his tirade. Vail, does I believe that. I you know, I came home very frustrated because he's complaining about everything I came home very frustrated. And I said, I don't understand he works five hours a week. It makes more than he ever made as an industrial engineer, this, the best job of his life and my fiance. Says not to him. It's not to you. It is. But he'd rather be in a plant factory running a bunch of numbers running some fire fiberglass for nine people. And here's the thing, though. Here's the thing he wants more money period. And he's created a legitimate problem for me because he's using my leverage and my television show, that's his television show. To get what he wants and he either gets more money or Andy walks. And he actually said the following sentence to me, I'm not making this up. He did it on Father's Day. He's like, when you have a one of a kind talent you have to pay a premium. He's right about that. Then love it, and let's be clear. That's not your television show. That's true. The television show. I think I gave him and then he just sort of stole. I mean how many soothe myself when thinking I gave it to how many shows have been done without you versus how many shows happy without him. It can't be done. We had Cam awesome. Do it one time. And Cody, you can't be replayed, look at how look at how the benches weak and he knows it. And, and they even put me in Guadalajara shirt to try to like almost look like your day said they said that you did well for three questions and then inevitably you went rogue and became a comedy club. Ac and they haven't invited you back. So no father has topped out through heaven fathers. They put me because you just look like my father, my father is tough out every show since because you were such a disaster. You're welcome poppy, which is weird feedback to get because I'm here for the tapings poppy goes rogue all the time. Not knowing I did as you were describing your dad's dissatisfaction. I did say this sounds like a guy who's like contract is coming up or who's ready to start negotiations. I didn't believe in until I sat with them for a week. And then yeah, I saw it firsthand. You saw sitting next to it on the set. He the people keep thinking I'm fooling around people thinking this is some sort of bit. You guys see it every single day. He is embittered, and he will get what the hell he wants or that show will end Anthony Davis levels of awkward contract, negotiation going on. It's great. It's exactly how that show should end. They should put a countdown meter to contracts up in August. It should end with him nuking, because he wants to go be old. He does have all the leverage in these negotiations does he has none. You think FOX is gonna do a spin off. No. But he is perfectly fine. Just, you know Rodney into the sunset retiring. He's fine with. No, but the letter given what you what leverage is usually somebody else's gonna value. You think HBO is coming after the poppy show hoping you will her fit for him because if like a twenty five year old is saying, you know what I could just stop working. No one's going to believe that. But a seventy five year old girl doodad is he can just say, you know what I'm going to retire. At what are you going to say? No, you're not. Yes, he as got him right where he wants them. Can you guys vouch for me because I want you guys to explain to the audience because nobody believes me on this. He did it the other day. We were interviewing somebody and my father started complaining about his contract. My father's a locker room cancer. During the interview one of his questions about his contract, he was hitting. How did I? How did I it was his time to talk? And he took that opportunity to explain to whoever it is. We were talking to believe that he's underpaid. It might have been vanfleet, or whoever was might have been Tyson fury. Did they side with poppy? I mean how did it go? Everyone agrees with no matter. How reasonable is being is why he's surrounded by. Yes. Men. He's got a posse. Stugatz wanted to argue because we were talking about this is inevitable, when someone like Anthony Davis gets traded, and you're on day three of talking about it inevitably someone's going to plant their flag in well, good is Anthony Davis really someone's, what's he won? I'm gonna play my flag here bid CENA for awhile. I mean he's ever played eighty two. That's not good. So I was arguing is there any argument that he would be either first or second in drafting young players in the league if you pulled every general manager, Cody pointed out, the quiet Leonard's only twenty seven so he's only year older than Anthony Davis, even though I don't think of him as a young player because he's always playing in the finals and has been playing in the finals, twenty one years old, but kuwa- somebody, you take ahead of Anthony Davis at twenty seven years old is Jokic, yet is for me that guy. Was the clear alpha just like Anthony Davis was on the pelicans. This guy was the clear number one guy on a Denver. Doug t good enough to get out of the second round to a Portland team that was less than you at with the greatest home court advantage in sport. If you're doing it on winning, but he's twenty four. He's for the most part has remained healthy throughout his career his young career. He's twenty four years old, and he averages nearly a triple double. And it's hard to do the if you're doing on winning argument when the counterpoint is Anthony Davis. Right. Because he hasn't done much. I think made it to the second round one time in his career and has often miss the playoffs entirely so but he's doing some recency bias here. He's taking joke. It's because he was the latest guy to do it. If Anthony Davis had just done what he did the year. He did anything in the playoffs and, and joke Chattan he'd be he'd be taking Anthony Dave, I guess, because of all the stuff that does the job shows with a passing there could be an argument made for the offense of side of the court. But on the defensive end, there's no question Anthony Davis superior player. That's fair on the on the health side of things, though, joke has been the much healthier player over here. Suns, young younger outside of his arms perpetually bleeding. Because we were just arguing during the local hour. We've just talking about when you can get somebody who's going to let LeBron James age into his late thirties by being the best player on the floor, and he's twenty six there's almost nothing on the Lakers roster that they saved kouzmine to me is, is kind of amazing but outside of LeBron. There's nothing about that roster that you don't turn over. If you can get joke each if you could get Anthony Davis. If you could get onto to if you get Kowa Leonard any of those young players, there's that Laker roster. There's nothing on it that you wouldn't give away to have someone who's twenty six and that you didn't get LeBron James to develop young players. She got him to win and win right now the windows like two years. So yeah, you gotta do whatever you have to do to go out and get a guy like Anthony Davis. Of course, I'm not saying that I'm just saying there are other guys under the age of twenty six I'd rather have in the NBA that he, Anthony Davis is gonna help LeBron age more. 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The pelicans announce they have picked up the team option of head coach Alvin gentry's contract for the two thousand twenty twenty one season the New York Rangers acquired defensive in Jacob Trueba from the Winnipeg Jets in exchange for Neil peon, and he twentieth overall pick and Thursdays NHL draft at finally scholastic announce that Susan Collins will release a new hunger games prequel novel. Next spring appropriately Lionsgate is also looking to expand upon its three billion dollar movie franchise with the studio revealing that it will continue to work closely with Collins on the movie adaptation do at a may nineteen twenty twenty the new book takes place, sixty four years before her hunger games trilogy focusing on the failed. Rebellion. In panam. They say any of that right at up. No idea, oh, Noah corrected me. I mean I just kept going must be right. All right. For all the latest headlines and information tune the sportscenter on ESPN radio all throughout the day. Brian Windhorst is gonna join us in a moment, but first they happy, seventy seventh birthday to Paul McCartney and happy birthday to him. I don't care. Good luck. Roy, did you go home yesterday? Singing the Brett whole hit. Yes, I did you did. Did you sing it to your daughter, and your wife, the one lyric that we played over and over yesterday? Yes, I did have you gotten rid of it from outside of your head of you have you radical. But it yet or is it still there? It's still there. They got your. All right. So let's see if we can get Windhorst windows. I've got some questions about the song glory of first of all, does this hold up as as sung by Brett Hull. They got your. Loria. Yeah. I think that should be your new of this show every day. Let's talk some basketball with Brian Windhorst. I don't want to just talk about the LeBron stuff. Are we taking player empowerment, a little too, far when Kyrie Irving, his ghosting the Celtics? No, listen. I mean, look, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in one thousand nine hundred seventy four I think it was went to Milwaukee and said, I got nothing against you. Find people Milwaukee, I just don't wanna be here anymore. And, you know, different time but he got what he wanted. It took them a lot longer than it takes to get traded now, but it's really been going on, since that in various ways. And Dan has somebody who fits in this category? You know this those anybody a contract is over when the talent says it's over and that's difficult for a lot of people to take into consideration. But Anthony Davis wanted to be in Los Angeles, and come hell or high water. He was determined to get there. And if that's what a player wants, they're so talented. And so they have so much power that they're all gonna get what they want. What would be your draft rankings? If I gave you the whole league everybody, I'm giving you joke edge. I'm giving. Co I am giving you any player under twenty seven years old in what ordered is Brian wind horse. You can hear them on the hoop collective podcast. He's got new episodes, every Monday and Thursday, you can listen on the ESPN app or apple podcasts, podcasts. Janas number one, right? Yeah. Jaanus is quite under twenty seven. He's twenty seven. Wow. That's a great age. Yeah. I'm taking those guys one too, because they dominate at both ends on the perimeter, which is something that, you know, Anthony Davis as good as he is. I don't think he's an a one a type player. I, I you know, if you look at New Orleans, they made the second round one time, and I know there was all kinds of injuries and circumstances. But you know, if you look at a guy like LeBron coli or even yon Stephen able to get their teams farther. So I think Anthony Davis is perfectly suited to be a number two to a superstar player. And that's what he's doing. He is, you know, Bosch. Lebron won titles with Bosch and Kevin love. I think it's fair to say that Anthony Davis. Probably a little bit better than those guys. But Bosch and Kevin love it took them to learn how to play with LeBron's. So that's something that Anthony Davis is going to have to learn as well. Brian, how do you imagine? The Lakers will. Fill out this roster. Stugatz. I have absolutely no clue because the Lakers have LeBron and Anthony Davis, not because of shrewd ingenious pain planning and management. They have them because they wanted to play in LA, you know, and that's the one thing LeBron went to LA. And now, Anthony Davis has gone there without the knowledge that the organization knows how to build a championship team or at least has shown incredible competence. Both are taking a leap of faith in return for the benefits of being a Laker, the, the thing about this trade that people don't seem to be noticing is not only did the Lakers guilt. A lot of picks. Okay. Those are in the future. No Laker fan. Cares about the future. But they also now can't trade those picks for players because you can't you can't trade picks and back to back years. So, you know, when they need a wing player in the spring, and it's the trade deadline or they need a point guard. They can't trade up a future first round pick for it because the way that trade was put together and they don't have any young players really on their roster now because. They've they've, they've traded away their last two first round picks and traded away the two they traded away three other of their recent first round picks to get him. So now they don't have any young players to rely on other than Kyle Kuzma, and they don't have any draft picks to us to bring in young players, or to use to trade for other players that means that they are strictly going to probably have to build his team through free agency, which means that you need shrewd smart cunning, general managing, and maybe Rob Blake oh, do it. But his track record, so far is not led me to believe it. But I'm I'll be honest with you. I'm picking on picking this. They got to superstars in the last two years. It's a hardest thing to do in the NBA every team either has for stars or they spend their days and nights scheming, to get them, the hard part for them is over. But the but the work is not Brian, where does go I Leonard wind up. Do you think and why I think he's got two options? I wouldn't be surprised if he meets with the Nick. I think he takes a short deal to, to stay in Toronto one plus one or two, plus one, the six of their top eight guys are back next year. I would assume Mark assault within basically, their whole core could come back. They could even resigned Danny green and get their entire team back or I think he goes to the clippers and puts puts down roots there. He's in a he's an a Dan lebatardshow s position where he can ask for. And get whatever he wants because he is champion because he doesn't know anybody anything because he doesn't have any debts that he has to pay. He key is. You know, he doesn't have to go. Join a team to prove anything and he can make the he can make his decision totally on what makes him happy if, if he can find happiness. That's a big gift in today's world. He's in the most envio possession, you can be an in any profession. My you, you had heard a lot of New York Knicks with. Leonard, I can't say I mean early on, but it seemed as though the sort of took a turn, I was reading with the Knicks at least as Brian just said, at least expect to get a sit down with I was just gonna ask Brian water, the Knicks going to do you might have just answered the question. But are they going to strike out again? Boy was been a rough ten or twelve days for knick fans. I mean two weeks ago. Yeah. I got you two weeks ago, I could've sat there and I could I could have demonstrated how they could have gotten Kyrie Durant and Anthony Davis now. It wasn't going to be simple, but it was doable. They and especially with the transition with, you know, just changing of power. Let's see. Let's just say every warrior player with healthy if Durant left the warriors, the warriors, will be weakened. I could I could have written a narrative script that had the Knicks winning the championship next year? And now kyri apparently is favoring Brooklyn. And I have to say, apparently because you have to be careful with Kyrie and the net. Still think they're getting Durant. And I know this because yesterday, they let Ron day, Hollis Jefferson go, when I know that you say, well, who cares? But they, they cleared off another two million cap space, and they're, they're doing that, because they're trying to free up every last million the clear the spot for two maximum. Wait a minute win, or so you're going to go ahead and say, are you saying right now that the, the Knicks are going to miss out on Kyrie in Durant, because they're both going to go to Brooklyn? Are you know, I don't know what they're gonna do? But if you look at the Knicks at the nets moves they're not slowing down when it comes to clear and cap space. They have enough gap base for kyri. They don't necessarily need to clear more. They don't think that they've got a shot at Durant. Here they are. I want to congratulate to God. Publicly because next year he's going into another Nick season with Kemba Walker and boogie cousins back steals. I don't think they're gonna get Kemba. I don't think they are either. Sitting here saying, I'll take, let's stay here. I don't wanna play in New York. I don't wanna play with the Knicks. Maybe the it'll get Ben Gordon. Give you twenty a game feeling ribbon available. I'm going to be left with just buggy. I'm the kings. 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And one of the things that I would tell you is the Jerry Seinfeld has had every success, you can imagine other comedians, who have had a lot of success craven seek the approval of Jerry Seinfeld who sixty five years old. And it's not just that he was a great stand up comedian is a great stand up comedian. He also just dabbled with the help of Larry David and something that was the number one show for a long time got out at the right time. Started, you know bought an airplane anger. Filled with Porsches. And now does the comedians coffee show on his own terms with cars and the next season is coming out and he's got any Murphy? Eddie Murphy is going to be on there. And you can see as he's announcing, he says, I love the coffee I left the cars. I love the comedians. And yes, doing the show with Eddie was really special Jerry Seinfeld does not genuflect in front of a whole bunch of people. But Eddie Murphy would be one of them. I can't think of a lot of others that he would do that with and four because I'm telling you got other comedians crave the approval when being funny around Jerry Seinfeld in a way because because his laugh comes with more respect than the average left, right? But don't you think he respects the profession so much that some of the older school guys that came before him? He would kind of have a similar reactor not available to him though. He can't do Richard Pryor. He can't do George Carlin. He can't like who those guys. Are no longer with us. The ones that have the enduring legacies. Do you guys watch the show? I have a bit of a bone to pick with the show. Here we go. It's a good show, a great show even. But I feel like the name is misleading because it is comedians that we get into it is cars that we get information on. But the coffee they really don't pay much attention to like, we don't know what kind of coffee they're drinking. We don't know how much coffee. They're drinking. They'll give us every little bit of information on the comedians and the cars, but they pay very little attention to the coffee. And sometimes the guest even drink coffee drink tea, if they don't drink coffee, if you're going to call a show comedians in cars, getting coffee. Tell me about the coffee as well. Try different coffees. We're in a different car every week different comedians. They literally do be role on how they make the coffee. Listen to me, ROY. I have no idea. Why Billie chose talking about stand up comedy and higher gay to obsess about the singular detail in this one television show that couldn't be less interesting. There's no guessing when do that or why. I mean my wrong, do you know about do you leave an episode thing you know what I want to try that coffee? No. But you leave the episode. I want to check out this comedians worker, I want to check out that car. Never do I think I wanna try that coffee. Jerry Seinfeld Billy's, right, under percent that he's right? Is not up for dispute or much dispute. 'cause Roy's telling you that there are plenty of be. There's plenty of roll of coffee what my larger point. Is that his being right serves no useful purpose here conversationally, as the doing of sports radio show tries, I think it does. Well, okay, but go ahead, go ahead. And have called comedians comedians in cars disrespecting coffee. That's what the all right. Well, you go ahead. And you talk about that with Billy. Let's see how it goes. I don't do that. You feel free to talk about this one isolated issue over here about the coffee. I like to think I'm neutral in this whole debate. But he ruled doesn't exactly sound like it's getting into detail what I'm saying. Not the role they go. What are they supposed to do say? What are you putting your coffee? They do make there is about sixty seconds of the making the coffee talk it stopped. Process. Their husband times I'd love to hear. About the coffee ho you instead of Eddie Murphy. Yes. No. You know, cut into brick. Yes. Sure. Cut into Eddie Murphy's times. You can hear the barista. You've got a future in television production. Eddie Murphy can ask the questions. It's not like Netflix is telling him this has to be twenty four minutes. There's no commercials. He can go as long as you want. Would it kill him to put in a minute or two about how they make the coffee? They talk about the coffee. They're drinking either do they. That's what I'm saying. And it's always, you just always assume it's the same type of copy we never throw in an ice cough. We never throw a Gotha. See to a fresh pay nothing. It's always the same thing a Cup of coffee. I mean I'll say it. He's so annoying. I know you want to say it. I'm trying to think of the way what do I send him in the ocean? Do I fire him? Do. I just him in the penalty box. I just chase him out of the studio with a large knife, new do that. That is straight talk. It is brought to you by straight talk wireless. 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There's no predicting. He cannot predict how they'll be received. But he's struggling today. He thinks today's irrationally does this. He just asked me not to do back in my day because he's not feeling confident in it because I would tell you that the best ones have always been when he has no confidence in what it is. He is. Is that true was then he says it all he sets the bar, very low, and then he just he just jumps over it. I mean your best ones have been once you have told me not very good are the grates are. Well, let's see. Which one this one's going to be because he doesn't want to do it. But here it is time now for Greg cody's back in my day. Now take a trip down memory lane. Here's your guy. Rick could he with bagging my day Russia? At least it's sure is Ellie Linton. At least it's short. No-confidence bandaids. Veteran listeners, these banking, my days know that my second most popular theme after the scourge of technology. Probably is the numbing inundation of excessive variety. It happened again the other day at the grocery store went on my shopping list. I see that my wife has written innocently enough. The phrase bandmates. Okay. No problem. I go to the aisle, problem, bandaids, or one of those products you can go a decade or two without buying. Right. So I had gone a decade or two and was stunned by what I saw, they have a piece of strips now for infection defense with Neil sporran with hydro seal for blister toes with flexible fabric, here and Paik cushion care support water resistance skin flicks hurt free, nonstick, and more. They even have different kinds of kids bandaids in bright colors with cartoon character, I hadn't been that dumbstruck by variety store, since my wife asked me to pick her up a Sikh. Krit deodorant. I'm surprised there aren't specific bandaids designed for paper cuts rug burns minor gunshot wounds or for different parts of the body weight. I just saw bandages designed for knuckles. There's the by this time I needed a band-aid designed to stop me from hemorrhaging annoyance, can I, please just get a bleeping generic band-aid the only choices I need are small medium, or large, you know, the variety pack that you to include a couple of bizarre tiny round bandaids, nobody ever used. I'm Greg, Cody. And that's how it was back in my day was short. We like whatever. And Mike was just getting warmed. Just finding the groove here, baby. They're usually just getting started right there. Yeah. I'm very self analytical with my back in my days. And this was a derivative of a couple of it's good though I liked it. I put it on the pole Guillermo at lebatardshow you long for the days of just three band-aid options, mooring medium, and large band. Aids are one of those things where you can go your entire life, without replacing the box of bang abandoned. You. Again, that it's gonna be a tough industry now that I think about it in order to first of all, you've got all this competition that he mentioned among the, the, the, the niche mandate, but then beyond that it's true. You're not buying a lot of those over the course of your life. All of you listening to me right now your entire life. You've spent four dollars on Bandera. I might one box a decade. You can't be buying very many right? I mean, I- hospitals are suspect that's got to be the big accounts, but it doesn't make sense for how many like why I went door to door. I'm with Greg, Cody on the idea of we don't need that much variety there really if you've ever seen an itemized Bill, you're paying about oil. Your insurance is paying thirty bucks. Well, it's carrying the whole industry. Right. Must be paying thousand dollars for single bandaids so that we can have all that supply and anyone else, alarmed by Walgreens and CVS, just multiplying. In a way, that suggests are opium and pharmacy crisis is giant and Furthermore, that every one of them has stuff locked so I can't go in there smoke. The cold medicine. Like every one of them is hiding all this zero Panetta. Everything else that will get me that'll either clue clean up, my flu, or get me addicted to something for the rest of my life. It's excessive with the Advil. I come on. I'm just they're fighting a plastic lock God. I want to track down somebody to help me out open this at that Bill, just be eraser. I thought right? I saw it the other day with toothpaste. I'm like, really someone making someone making meth with the sensiti really. Vase. Cincinnati, by the way, fine. But I think just did it the way that you do. Zenit deans it on. Are you blaming me or something roundabout way? I'm not blaming you. So Greg, Cody of the Miami Herald is in with us, and we're going to spend the summer talking about the transaction in basketball because Toronto had a parade yesterday and you don't get this very often twenty seven year old who just wanted championship and just proved all of us good. God. He's good. That guys now available and people aren't sure what he's going to do whether he's going to stay in Toronto or not. You say you bring back that team and I say, be careful with Milwaukee and Philadelphia and even getting out of the east, if you come back with exactly that same team. Like I'm not sure that coming back with that. Same team in a year that Golden State isn't wreck is good enough. Yeah. But you go to the west, and you say, you know, be careful getting past now, the Lakers and Golden State when they get healthy again. And the rockets who were sitting there, adding nobody. And they're doing fine because what else getting hurt they're gonna add somebody? Though, 'cause more, he's telling you, they need another star, and they're not getting along like there. But I, but I understand that. But even if they didn't add another starred in they're still sitting there it's the same team that I think they finished twenty six and four final thirty games, and they've given Golden State, the two toughest series, the last two years and Golden State's hurt they'd be good enough, if they stayed together now that you could take a reasonable guess, and think that Houston is going to be good enough. Even though Chris Paul and James harden. They've got a they've got a usage issue there where I don't blame Chris Paul for not necessarily wanting to play with James harden, because James harden is dominating the ball, and the way that lutes, Chris Paul in every way, isn't Chris Ball, going to be a free agent next year. Dan, gaudy on the ESPN radio. 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He is calling Tyson fury, the world's worst hero ESPN has gotten into the fight game in boxing and Emma may Tyson fury is someone that you may have seen all over the network being advertised without hearing some of the things that he is thought in the past being discussed on ESPN his homophobia. His story is fascinating. He comes from a long line of bare knuckle fighters. He grew up differently. He is bright. He got to the top of everything that he always wanted thought he was destined to be heavyweight champion, and then spiraled into depression, and cocaine and all sorts of escape hatches, because he had some mental illness issues that he was trying to identify. And so he wins easily against some dude named Tom Schwartz this weekend, and Bob Arum, who still out here doing it in his late eighty Bob Arum, who was like this guy was involved with orgies around the Ali stuff, many years ago. It's Arum on that guys out there saying that Tyson fury is the best showman. We've had since Muhammad Ali because he'll say anything, including the famous quote yesterday. I was lying. But today, I'm telling the truth, he's a boxing promoter. You can't trust them. That's why Don King's hair stands up that way. It's trying to get. Away from him. And we've gotten into bed with not just Tyson fury as a company, but also Greg hardy with the, the UFC he's got to fight coming up to what are the rules on? How it is that we're allowed to discuss Greg hardy, because I'm of the belief whether we're in partnerships with these people are not that the fighters boxers. They're independent contractors. And so they're not subject to some of these morals clauses that everyone else's subject to because their team players representing something other than themselves that that Floyd. Mayweather could be a serial wife beater, and it doesn't affect his earnings in any way that you could be someone despicable in the fight game. And it doesn't much. Stop your ability to work. If you can be a menacing person who does violence to other men. Right. I don't I don't disagree with it. I think it's helpful that, that we're allowed to talk about the other side of this guy because he's literally wrapping himself in the American flag and singing. You know, patriotic songs and really trying to ingratiate himself with the American people. But there is a darker side of this guy, I was thrilled at is Gutierrez, very eloquently mentioned, what it means to him to, to hear this homophobes celebrated in this way. And he's also a misogynist, who's made very you know, women's places in the kitchen type of comments. And so I just think you know it's fine to celebrate him as a boxer. And he's menacing figure and probably great for the sport in that regard. But it's also very fair to mention this other side of his personality, that isn't very nice, but I think some people questioning whether it's fine to celebrate him as a boxer when you consider all that stuff. Isn't as you care about nice. I mean Mike Tyson was a convicted. Rapist, then we pay watches fights, like is that the sport where you're carrying about? Nice. You're carrying about decent human beings. You want to raise your children who are fighting each other for people who are choosing as a way of making a living as a way of making a living's fight to fight other human. Being to punch someone in the face and to be parked in the face. Nice required of them. Or does it make sense that it would be a lot of uneducated people from desperate circumstances, who might say stupid things because they come from ignorance because fighting and violence over other men is all they've ever known. I had a unique experience with ties Imperia actually might not be that unique because I think a lot of people grew to really like Tyson fury over the week's worth of promotion through interviews very charming. Highly question very charming. And he's also inspirational you can say that with his own plight and not know about the other stuff. Like I did. I had no idea about the stuff that was in his passing till after I celebrated him after I watched the fight on ESPN. Plus, then my attention finally went to Israel's FaceTime. I like well damn that's a bummer because I got super invested into Tyson fury. I appreciate it story. I appreciate his honesty, and I'm a fan of his fighting style he is. It's a decent argument that he's one of the best show men in that ring, especially in the heavyweight you expect. Effect them to be one hundred percent pure like he can lose some of your respect you could disagree with his opinions. You could tell him. He's ignorant for dabbling in misogyny or homophobia. But what difference does it make like on those make a difference to me because I felt a little guilty for what I enjoyed over over the weekend, after I saw how it affected one of my friends when I, I was totally naive to it, and he turn my attention to the sewer all of its the sewer. How can you get to the sewer and be surprised that you find sewage? The I don't agree with that. I think you can make your living in a violent sport. And you can be uneducated without having some of the beliefs he has, which doesn't seem he doesn't strike you as uneducated. He is not unintelligent educate is not. He is bright. And he is charming, he is man, he, he was doing Apollo creed singing. He's singing songs living in America entrance from rocky. And then he was he has a voice of an angel. He was singing Aerosmith in the ring, I was leaving a place. I was like, is that they're singing after? Beating the Mike com. Short say undefeated, Tom shorts undefeated tomato can in which ties him period. Flash matrix move, and I was Tyson fury became my favorite boxer over the weekend. And then on Monday before about the glow and praise for Tyson fury. I finally saw is he's video as like shoot. He's an impressive fighter man to fight the auntie wilder, the way they because he's got such an unorthodox style and the lineages crazy to come from people who fought in the streets for money, a long line of them. But what Mike saying is very interesting. Can it can it be both can you separate? Both can you be entertained by what doesn't ring you can't do it in that sport? Then you can't do it in sports, because that's sport, is the sewer, like what do you think you're watching that is that is human cockfighting with all the brain problems that come with our biggest symbol in that's going to his grave, unable to speak because of the beatings, he took? From parkinson's. Like that is be- suit. The license sewer, all an and what and it's part of why we love it, because it's dangerous because specifically because you've got people in there who are bar Barrick and primitive. He's got a lot of connection point. So a lot of people not just the UK people. Not just the whole gypsy king thing, which is a great gimmick and not just gimmick. It's, it's just it's historic his story, and a lot of people that have struggled with mental health or depression, find the connection points and find him as an inspiration to find this other part, which is nasty and awful, it sorts of, it's a moment of self reflection. I don't really know how many go, I'm not gonna be as excited to watch an excise and fury fight. I'll ever I love how the dude fights the guy switches from south ball, to that extent rations of fighting in his hands, man, he he's a super impressive fighter and people way what they're going to weigh, how they want to wait and I- knowledged as plenty of facets of his personality. His life story just wonderful, but there's also. This other thing in life is too short for me to abide people who have such hatred for so many other people so wait. So you're not sub separating the artists like you won't watch his fight if he fights, Barbara. Barda or making the moral stand. Your saying that his public homophobia is because I felt for is, is he must have felt really lonely the way this company promoted that fight with. Nary a word anywhere about about the comments that he brought light to because I remember is he walked through here when I was interviewing Tyson fury, and he was bothered. He was upset conflicted, by the idea of this person existing in our sphere, so great, you're not gonna watch Tyson fury anymore. You're not going to watch his fight supporters fights to stay consistent with that, all the way through sports got the NFL, you have no idea some of the things that they've done. That's true. But once I do know what they've done. I, I have the right to make my own moral decision. I'm not trying to take behind mighty here. I'm just speaking for myself. But what is he good yeras had to say really impacted me because he feels it personally in a way that I can't? Break out the red panties. We arrange baby. That's the feeling I think, is a among the, the worst when you're either outed, or in the closet, the loneliness, like he must have felt so lonely, just watching the, the way that his employer built up this fight as part of its ESPN, plus family, because he is someone who you, you he is a, he is a bit of a pioneer in this industry in terms of coming out publicly in this world. That is still filled with caveman. I don't know if you guys have read, if some of the stuff going on with Michael Sam, like that, that ended up destroying him. We were celebrating ourselves like look out progressive. We are like, Mike, Michael salmon did up getting wrecked by all of that. And in the team sports, not a whole lot has changed there. In a way that's weird. Like Michael Sam was supposed to be this pioneering. Hey kissed on draft day is boyfriend and go read about some of the stuff going on with Michael Sam now because it, it seems to have wrecked. So people you got to get yourself a beautiful time piece from T. So these people take care of us around here, and they will take care of making you look better than you deserve. Look, tell them Stu got T. So is the official watch of the NBA each wanna tease those time pieces delivers quality performance, and traditional luxury, the tea, so Kroto excels, a great watch for those looking for a sporty krona graph, which was technology at no beatable prize. While the tea so PR one hundred family of watches brings together sporty feminine. Details very collection. That is Boll romantic and ideal for the modern woman, shop tea, so at US dot T. So shop dot com and it's like watching jewelry stores nationwide, Pippen, luckily, donlevatar show on ESPN radio Israel Gutierrez, era's gonna join us. Just a second here on the shell Pennzoil performance line. If you missed any of the show, you can listen to all three hours of the Dan lebatardshow, plus our Miami only hour and our best of podcast on demand in the ESPN app. And subscribe to the laboratory in France podcast network, featuring south beat sessions stupidity and mystery crepe new episodes every week. Please rate unsubscribe. It's all valve on the more tab of the ESPN app. Greg, Cody, given the straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless. Everything for us, only at WalMart. Miami, people will like the latest south beach session with Pulitzer prize winning humorist, Dave berry on that dropped. Just now we've been spending the break, making fun of Greg Cody, a man who brought you a column recently about whether it was okay to be happy for OJ Simpson. We've been laughing during the break about him, alleging this moral stand on Tyson fury that we believe, to be just because he doesn't know how to access ESPN plus that he's not. Actually sitting out the Tyson fury fight for any other reason, other that he doesn't have the password for free to ESPN saying he doesn't want to pay for it. I mean, not just access hit paying for nobody believes you, nobody believes that. You're actually going to sit out on moral grounds. I'm not a fan of Tyson fury. Have I made that clear? Yes. But if the if it's a super heavyweight fight, and you're a sports writer, and he's gonna fight wilder like Arum, saying he's going to do in a couple of fights, your, your going to sit out a big sports mega event because is good eras reached you with his mess. If I plan to write about it for work related reasons. I might watch it. All the while rooting against Tyson, fury. So watch it, professionally, but not actively. Okay. Has found a loophole. I, I mean, let's bring in Goudie era. Also, can you confirm you have no idea how to access ESPN, please confirm? You, you rate reach people last week with your message, some of this has some discomfort in it, because I'm not, you know, I'm, I'm not sure whether pioneering is something that you actively want. Or you feel like it's your responsibility. But when you said the things that you said on around the horn, you had to have been moved by the feedback. No. I definitely was I was largely moved by the feedback. I think you know where there was a lot of. Brushback with, you know, those who said, well, you know, type has appointed cetera et cetera. And, and so, I think you know, and those others who, who also said, you know, you can't really expect much moral integrity, coming from somebody in this type of, of industry. And while I understand that I do you know, I started the whole FaceTime by saying, I just wanted to let you know how makes me feel and this is me coming from time where, you know, I heard this type of language all around the all the time and was very rarely very rarely was it's, you know, spoken out against, and so, you know, makes me wonder, you know, if he was a blatant racist or blatant bigoted in some other way that more people understand, or less people can justify whether it be through religion or what have you. How would he be celebrated right now? It's okay to, you know, to celebrate the guy as a fighter and everything else. And but do we really? Like him, you know, are we really overlooking this, you know, with a lot of people say Floyd Floyd Mayweather stuff. We obviously overlook a lot of his domestic violence, but do we because it's spoken about all the time, and I hear women, particularly bring it up all the time whenever he fights. And so, to see this sort of get overlooked regularly, you know, makes me, you know, certain that there are, you know, I don't know how many, you know, young boys in particular out there saying, all right? You know, it's not the time, it's not cool enough yet for me to come out because this guy kinda skating. Scott three despite the fact he thinks, you know, we're less than animals. And there's examples of that everywhere, like that nutjob, and Tennessee will only recently got fired from a police force after they found out all these sermons that he said, we should all be dead and everything else. So until people address those situations, the way they do every other situation where, you know, with hobby bigotry, then you're not really helping out the cost. Is he why do you think people are overlooking is best? Because it's easy. I think because I mean even for me to to fight it. I mean, I'm, I'm sensually, if you really break it down the biggest argument against me is the church, and that's really difficult. You know, to put up a fight against, and then sort of, and that's not everybody. Who's, you know, religious or Catholic or Christian or anything like that. But it's a good number and it's a strong number. And so I you know it's, it's just very difficult. You know. Yeah. And it's hard to separate too. Isn't it Israel? I wonder how you feel because, you know, it's one thing to appreciate the story of this guy otherwise, you know, his background and overcoming mental illness to certain degree. But you just can't ignore that he harbored so much disrespect and so much hatred for so many people in his unrepentant about it. Exactly. And, you know, there was an attempt at a you know, an apology a few years ago, but it was obviously very thin, and he hasn't really addressed it, then then, you know, I think like I said when I compare the Floyd Mayweather situation, you can have an intrigued audience, but also an audience that doesn't celebrate this and doesn't, you know, condone his words and it's not just, you know, his own befo be, it's also misogyny, which, again, I don't think is brought up nearly enough in both of those are obviously intertwined. And so, yeah, I'm not. Really sure if it's just something that needed to be sort of brought up as he is now being sort of brought into the mainstream here in the US and, and if I played any part in that great, you know, I think my point is just to get that message across and get the dangers of that across because, you know, for for marginalized group, like, I still feel like we've got a lot of work to do. And this is one of those, you know, giant example giant red flex. How did you feel in, in a few words? How did you feel last week with with the loneliness? What was the feeling? It's just felt like regardless of what people believe the progress, we've made there is so much more to be made, and there's so many others, that are just so strong in their beliefs in the opposite, you know, opposite of mine opposite of progressive people that it's just a reminder of how hard it is almost every day knowing Greg, Cody, the way you do Israel. Goodyear, is do you believe in, when he says he will never watch another Tyson fury fight again? I don't believe he's lots of single again. Do you believe that that is because he is a supporter of your cause more likely or because he can't find ESPN? Plus, I mean, it did move around a little bit, but yeah, no definitely because he can't you can listen to our show with stugatz, then to one eastern on ESPN radio. And you can wash on ESPN news.

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I i mean can you imagine the the the gall of these protesters to break into the legislative building and then commenced to vandalize the place and put up to their own flag. That's incorrect. This is amazing. Keep going so hong kong police well. That's the hong kong. Police used tear gas to clear them at the end of it or the beginning of it. If you're protesting keep going yeah that was the beginning of the kicked off these protests or or it was the first act uh-huh tests as i understand it awesome well. I minority of protesters participated in the break enter. Some others expressed a sense of inspiration at their willingness cleanest to risk arrest to get their message across absolutely. I mean just hearing about this inspiring for me. One protester who spoke to the post that we think about the new hampshire statehouse and all the ugly old flags out there said that generation by generation people are getting angrier and angrier as young people we don't. I don't see any hope which is interesting. <hes> it suggests that there's a lot more happening in hong kong that we aren't aware of of course there's a lot happening. We're not aware of that economically free if as young people they're looking around and they're not seeing any hope whatsoever because this economic freedom that provides them that hope nope in the first place if they feel like they're economic freedom could be cut off at any moment by some officious bureaucrat or politician in in china then that would that would make it hard to wanna get into a business understanding is that china actually has done a lot to restrict economic freedom in hong kong of the residents what's happened in the last twenty years is is they've done a whole lot to control real estate. <hes> so there's there's becoming less less place less and less space rather for hong kong residents to actually live in a room. The size of this studio might house six people in hong kong. How like this studio. This house would very house might have twenty twenty five people living in yeah. There's there's a very high concentration of people there because it's not a large landmass china's restrictions on building yeah so china's response to this was relatively collectively calm. I mean they simply released. A strongly worded statement saying some extreme elements used excessive violence to storm the legislature building and carried read out a series of large-scale assaults assault on their flag is it didn't say anything about anybody. Getting hurt just talked about you know spray paint if anyone someone got hurt it was a result probably a fleeing. The tear gas that the police fired at them. This is shocking heartbreaking and angering beijing said ed they're violating speaks beijing can say anything that's the way the states work right there. Just declare themselves to be symbols symbols of an entire group of people. That doesn't even really exist. They say beijing said they mean they mutually governed chinese government through their chinese. He's news agency which is run by the chinese government is zinn. Wa excited or something like that shinwa. Yeah i actually saw that. They have an english channel. Now that is a free to air television channels chinese state propaganda right on your own satellite. They went on to say that they're violent. Acts orne extreme challenge to hong kong's rule of law and seriously undermined hong kong's peace and stability it is totally intolerable which is totally ridiculous is propaganda. I mean the the big threat to hong kong's peace and stability right now. It's china absolutely beijing also call their behavior a flagrant challenge. Yes yes true to the one country two systems policy that has that has allowed hong kong to a certain degree of autonomy for decades gates <hes> well okay that much is not i mean it's china this challenging this policy with soldiers <hes>. I don't know <hes> i would imagine that's the case they they have but it's also like the hong kong legislature was not exactly screaming. Ming the songs of hong kong independence are true true but as the post reported some arkansas that direct statements from beijing and others included in state affiliated created media essentially outline instructions from chinese official for how hong kong should react to the protests that would be held. The hong kong government should react right. I see so start using these terms. Because are we talking about the people. Are we talking about the government because those thirty two completely different sets of <hes> individuals yeah one is protesting what the other is doing evidently and of course we don't know how many people in hong kong are are welcoming the chinese government. What are the breakdowns. What what do people actually think obviously. 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I'm on my way over over air. Sorry yeah i just wanted to chime in real quick and the guy in <hes> missouri i think you'll wasn't the walmart okay what about the guy who walked into a walmart open carrying a rifle of some sort and calls it was it was or he's avenue day <hes> and he had a glock and he had one hundred rounds concert two hundred rounds of ammo and it was i mean i don't let your you're probably you know. Most people don't know about these chats that they're doing around you know where they videotape and and they <hes> you know thinks first amendment in sacramento was checks. They're seeing if they <hes> authorities are actually following the ball and i. I don't know what you're referring to there. I've never heard of whatever that okay. Let me say i know what he's referring to at least with the first amendment one so people will go into <hes> the police stations and they will ask questions or whatever they're they're trying to ascertain whether these bureaucrats are doing what they're supposed to do. Whenever asked certain questions or whatever whatever but i've not heard of a second amendment check by going into a private business to see what the police are going to do most of the business it doesn't have any prohibition for open carrying so right. Basically it really doesn't matter where you go <hes>. This seems like a dangerous game to play. Hey no argument there. You know what would i let my a._k._47. In the car before i just go in with an open hostile whatever you know and that would have been plenty. This reminds me of those guys guys that you remember a couple years ago. There were a couple of <hes> jack balls that went into a starbucks with like rifles slung to their backs and i don't even know if they i don't know if they were slung to their backs sir how they were carrying them exactly. That's just not normal okay. I mean if you're in a warm well. It shouldn't be a problem but it shouldn't be normal. I i you know it's like why would you wanna correa full rightful then you wouldn't want to carry on every every day just a tool. That's that's why i mean you. Just wanna stir it up and there's nothing wrong with stirring controversy. I don't disagree with tab. There's a time and a place that's more appropriate and private business out of it is more appropriate like if you want to do an open carry event walk walk down the street with your hang on walked down the street with your rifle slung. Do your back walk into the police department with your rifle slung to your back. There's plenty of government went public places where you can have yourself and open carry event and still make your statement but to go into private business where you know people are going to be uncomfortable three days after a mass shooting in a walmart with a rifle and if you do this second amendment check you you know on web search. You'll find that it has been going on but not in private businesses. I think so but not a second amendment check. That's a check on whether or not the business wants you there. The walmart are what was shot up. There was a walmart. That got shot up recently. This is however are not required to follow the cossacks correct. Which is why it's stupid to call it a second amendment check. You're not checking anything about the second amendment. You're checking whether or not the business wants you to be making a ruckus naturally and turning their business location into a protest location but it's not it's not a protest. Everybody hates what i'm saying. If the guy walks in and out they have nobody gets excited. I see what you're saying. You know it just it just isn't a protest. He wasn't protesting. He was just trying to find out what what. I don't think it's fair to say. It wasn't protesting because they're still. It took more effort to take the a._k._47. Into the walmart because he didn't drive with that straddled on his back so he had to intentionally do this right and he did it for the reaction actually at five doc so he's trying to set people off trying not he's a tool he was he was the he had no intention and didn't make any action lee media attention of what to actually get point guns at any juan juan. Nobody should have did he did he. Just had odyssey and he's a jerk and the congratulations you had somebody hold a gun on you. Until the police lisa arrived. You've got the reaction you expect yeah looking at it and get shot leaving and it was a fireman who used his firearm arrived to hold him there right and not allow him leaving taint him and then they charged him with with terrorists. They charge this guy yeah which one the fire the guy that was carrying the right. I don't think that he needs to be charged. Thank you for the call tonight appreciate it. I don't think he needed to be charged with <hes> with terrorists yeah i don't. I don't think that charge is going to hold just being stupid but did he and speculating onto his motives here the primary reason he would have done this would have. I've been to cause fear. Among shoppers at walmart reaction didn't realize that that's what was going to happen then. He's an idiot a complete idiot but i don't think this guy's a complete. I think he knew what he was doing. You must have it was still not a good decision. No and the k. forty-seven is probably probably the worst example to use. It doesn't matter if he had a shotgun or a long rifle strapped to his back. Any big old gun like that is going to set people off. I walked into lahmar to here in new hampshire. Open carrying a pistol in a word right. I've walked into plenty of businesses in new new hampshire opened carrying a pistol and nobody said anything. I mean i've this is new hampshire. It isn't a manager in a different place and mississippi in that regard. The open carry isn't legal everywhere so this isn't something that you can. You can do everywhere but you know that's you're right though it is what are people expecting. What are they used to open. Open carry isn't unexpected in new hampshire. It's not something people are not used to unless they're like visiting from massachusetts. Sometimes he's getting a little a little freaked. Get get a little upset. Sometimes they call the cops and then nothing happens because the cops if a cop show up to a call like they might show up and they'll be like hey that's a pretty cool gun and they'll ask you questions about your gun because not because they care about like hear anything they're just like honestly interested in cool guns because yeah a lot of the cops here are from here so they grew up with that very cool. That's one thing that's been weird it to me is i didn't expect any part of new england to be as onboard with guns as places in the south but there's probably a higher ratio here of people who open and carry oh yeah i never saw down south except for cops. I saw it a lot in mississippi but it was shortly after mississippi past is constitutional open carry that we began seeing can get prior to that. No one did right. What do you think about gun. 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So the question became you know what's china going to do next. Because at that point all they had done was make a statement but the protests continue to escalate as one would imagine because the chinese government although although they didn't come in with like guns blazing this was the extradition act or whatever where they were attempting to extradite people from hong kong or creating the legal channels for them to extradite people and the people of hong kong understandably didn't like it because of the long list of things that are illegal in china but art illegal in hong kong no really lengthy list. I mean they don't even have the great firewall in hong kong no kidding. I didn't realize that that's pretty handy so things move forward a little bit <hes>. There doesn't really seem to be that much in this particular article so let's go to the resets headline making things where evidence weekend yes this weekend. One point seven million people came out in support of hong kong freedom adam. That's that's crazy for a population of seven something that is that is overwhelming. It's more than twenty. Percent of the population came came out to protest. That's that's unheard of leave -able during a downpour and a police order not to march from a park where they had gathered third earlier oh they went ahead and did it evidently. You can't stop them all coming to us from. Oh yes they can. They didn't they'll do it again. There were not one point one guy in front of that tank that was one of the final days slaughtered a bunch of college students now this many though no but i don't put it past them for a minute weeks of demonstrations have plunged the financial hub into crisis with images of mass black clad protestors engulfed by tear gas during street battles against riot police stunning a city renowned for its stability. Well now remember the difference between tiananmen. What was that eighty nine or eighty eight or standing on eighty nine. <hes> you know the only video cameras around were from news agencies right so the fact that there was video of that that that one guy in front of that tank is or a photo or whatever it was is incredible yeah. They didn't have the same well. They didn't have the same level of control at then either. Shuttle you had all kinds of foreign news agencies there and they would just send stuff straight straight out but now everybody's got a cell phone on them and so there's now of the one point eight seven million people. I bet you one point six nine of them. Have <hes> cell phones on them. Certainly one of the interesting things to learn about this is how they have been extinguishing tear gas canisters by using those orange traffic cones bottle of water in yes and it extinguishes the tear gas canister. That's so cool. It is very useful information about right so sunday's actions carry one of those around in in your car. There are plenty around here with all the road work. It drew more than one point seven million people which again is like twenty percents of the entire hong kong population collation making it one of the largest rally since the protests began about three months ago according to organizers these civil human rights front is being being billed as a return to the peaceful origins of the leaderless protest movement. I don't know what they mean by that well. It sounds good. I take a leaderless protest. Movement is something you wanna have because what the government goons are gonna do is. They're gonna come down. They perceived to be the leaders of any given movement. It had happened here in <hes> in keene new hampshire when we had a much smaller protests of one hundred people or so one hundred thirty maybe on it at its peak in downtown central square. Who did they go. After the people they considered to be the leaders if they don't know who the leaders are. You'll frequently see the police show up on a scene and say all right who's in charge here and we don't know everyone is just kind of doing their own thing man right and and and and when you come back with that answer of there's no one in charge the police. I don't know what to do right especially if they're outnumbered. They don't know how to handle it but it's not just police the average person when they're looking for an authority they they don't know how to react. I mean we saw at fort fest. Was somebody came up and was like hey who's in charge here and you said something like nobody in right. He changed just as name but yeah. He rolled his eyes with no idea how to react well and it turned out. That guy was kinda commie. Wasn't that the guy that was. I'm pretty sure that was the guy who was like advocating some form of socialism throughout the forecast. Oh like rock yeah yeah. I think you're correct yeah. That was him. He was a nice guy. It was and i don't i don't wanna put words in his mouth that that was just my interpretation of discipline until we interviewed no. He backed out and he wouldn't interview yeah. That's right. I don't blame him yeah so anyway. Police said this would be the hong kong police presumably that the protests reached east about one hundred and twenty eight thousand people which seems to be a pretty severe big discrepancy yeah of course they'll want to downplay that because the the hong kong police as i understand it are pretty much in the pocket of the chinese government well yeah. They're the ones who cut them their paychecks but protests they've morphed into a broader call not just for you know a maintenance of their independence but actively advocating for freedom liberty and what they're characterizing as democratic rights anger has been sharpened among protesters by the heavy-handedness of the police who have used tear gas baton charges and rubber bullets incidents that have gained wide attention on social media launched a rubber bullet at this one girl put her house <music>. She was so what protesters did is. They were eyepatches to protect themselves no to draw attention to the fact <hes> okay well good on them. They're not the only ones however who were using social media to paint this. One particular way or the other facebook and twitter twitter have both deleted dozens twitter nearly a thousand accounts believed to be what they were controlled by people in mainland china which of course has has bad facebook and twitter. Oh so twitter's actually coming down in favor of the protestors there it would seem so they've said that the the chinese government is using state actors <hes> to manipulate public opinion using social media like facebook and twitter. I would never do that to paint the protesters as violent and unruly. They compare them to isis in one image. Wow yeah they're saying disruptive and i mean that's true new protests by definition disruptive. They've got one hundred down the airport for two days if you've got one hundred thousand or more people in the streets there's not coach no car. That's going to get through there so this just came today. Facebook and twitter discovered took down networks of accounts that had originated end mainland china where both social networks are blocked which is they're not blocked. Here's who were performing disinformation campaign right exactly exactly the accounts had posted that hong kong protesters were acting violently and accused them of alterior motives facebook post like and the protesters to isis fighters well they say it's an escalation of global disinformation wars in two thousand fifteen and two thousand sixteen russia pioneered disinformation playbook when it used facebook twitter instagram and other social media services to disseminate inflammatory messages intended to divide americans in the two thousand sixteen presidential election all of that is completely unsubstantiated rumor as i understand it and there has still been no evidence. It's that russia in fact did this. Since then many other countries including bangladesh iran and venezuela have also turned to facebook and twitter to sort so discord at home and abroad china however had been less visible doing it until until these protests yeah. 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Doing you know these. These protesters are holding up american flags. Say things like we need the second amendment. Wow that yeah the story. I've got here from a._f._p. A._f._p. That you'd started earlier. Says late in the evening was sunday. Hundreds of masked protesters briefly gathered outside the government headquarters shouting reclaim reclaim hong kong revolution of our times before dispersing state media has run images of military personnel armored personnel carriers across the border in shenzhen jensen prompting the united states to warn beijing against sending in troops analysts say any intervention by chinese security forces would be a disaster for china's china's reputation and economy. I don't think china cares and i don't think they have to care their the economic powerhouse of the world well this is this is true. China's has built up their their mainland economy to the point where they they don't really need hong kong to be special anymore. Well i mean whether they do need that or not. <hes> they don't need public opinion. They don't need the worldwide opinion. <hes> the united states government can't stop trading with china. Neither can the european union or russia or australia or any other nation that is buying sixty to seventy percent of its goods from china no not yet. Let's get into the phones. We've got linney calling from fort smith linney. You're on free talk. Live i how you doing. Hey lenny good. What's on your mind. Well i well before the break. I guess the last break <hes> the the the flash question. Was you know about the second amendment being outdated dated our opinion on it yeah actually the whole reason was written okay. The whole reason it was written makes it never you know out dateable because it was to protect us from our own government right a tyrannus government so just in that alone it can never be outdated because who's to say when the terrain ius tyrannous however the pronunciation of the government is in too much for the average joe to <hes> you know handling more and rise up against the government or whatever isn't that the whole region it was written to yes absolutely try understanding that my question would be because of how the federal government has you know stomped on it throughout the last two hundred and fifty years. Do you believe that you are still capable of armed revolt in the event that it were to come onto that against the united states government or have they already imposed so many restrictions and regulations that such a revolution would be short-lived well can can. I tell you what i have a little insight on that little different than the average person i did twenty eight rotations overseas tier one direct action unit okay at it's our little. We had our little thing. We called a <hes> h r._t. Bar and grill all it was was from hess go set up and our little lawn chairs ears and little circle after work before work everyone who played it. We just kind of sat around and and shot the crap. 'cause there's nothing else to do over there. Okay we've talked about that. A million times and i do believe that i'm not the only one with my background. You'd be surprised the majority of people at the special operations background that it worked so hard you know stay in the shadows not do much not say much but when you start pushing on us directly you would be surprised of the college graduate kid ed who just graduated flexi with his federal badge would have a rude awakening to come get me and my brothers weapons 'cause we won't be on the side. There's a lot of people think we would be on this interesting because i've heard it's good to hear i've heard the opposite from a lot of former soldiers who i had one former soldier. Tell me directly rex lee to my face that if he was given the order to shoot me he would obey it without hesitation there. Was this a special operation exactly. I was gonna say i'll bet shia paycheck. He would dress right dress military not a free thinker. I don't recall i mean is it the whole goal of boot camp and the military training in general though to inhibit inhibit freethinking i'm sure some slip through the cracks but is it like with the problem you have the dress right dress military the by the book cayenne tights uniform press and then you have the guys that are you know one a little more out of it can think outside the box and actually special operations rations world <hes> and encourages freethinking as a matter of fact part of o._t._c. is thinking out of the box. You know <hes> can you. Can you make creative decisions stations under under stress. Are you creative to get out of a certain situation. What can you do with this very small footprint versus. What the conventional you you know standard in the box. Thinker has to take fifty men to do well. There's a night and day difference in the two types of quote unquote soldiers. Take the kind of missions you're going on. You can't follow the book because there is no book from <hes> from police at least here in new hampshire who have said they would not enforce a gun confiscation. They would not participate. I a whole harm in a little community. I live in <hes> same thing. The local law enforcement guys they totally support you know constitutional arkansas constitutional missile carry state by the way they support it. It's not like <hes> they're trying to gun grab. That's that's more of a federal level and actually to be honest with you. I've never seen a quote. Unquote federal agent interested in gun grabbing. It seems to always be the politicians you know. The talking heads well okay so i have seen some video and it was pretty scary stuff. It was actually during the cleanup after hurricane katrina down in new orleans now. I realized this was more than a decade ago but it's still relevant because there were california highway patrol which of course it's california so of course you'd expect but but <hes> but not just california highway patrol it was also i believe it was <hes> national guardsmen if i recall correctly but it was federal roll force of some sort that was was in there <hes> and they were literally going door to door demanding people hand over their guns <hes> there is there's a video <hes> where a._b._c. news interviews one of these young men probably no older than nineteen and asked him if he would take guns from or ask him if he would shoot an american and he said if he had to he would absolutely shoot an american <hes> and the suggestion was that if the american wasn't doing what they were told right handing-over guns they would be either shot or subdued and there was actual video of the california highway patrolmen going into an old woman's home in like basically tackling her to to try to get a pistol from her which was and that was all during a drill was not a drill katrina hurricane katrina california highway patrol be involved katrina in they need people so they went out they they called in warm bodies from all over the country boys. Come on out. Here's the chance to take people's guns. I mean that's the danger ensure fema act and acts like it is that they allow the president or the governor to say hey this is the rule and this is a state of emergency so the rules no longer apply and we're going to take your round you up and put you in these trailers that you can't escape from. Oh by the way we're going to put razor wire around the and if you just so happen to die hoops and then they sent bottled water to maine so so you know full circle though the type of quote unquote soldiers you guys are talking about you know <hes> no dang on the national guard or the state the <hes> the national guard or guys like that guys are dress right dress low trained soldiers. Those guys aren't tip of the spear. You know those guys are still thinking inside the box but there are more and those will be the ones they send us still nice to hear your opinions on this and i definitely appreciate appreciate it. It is thank you so much for the call lenny. I'm always happy to hear from soldiers who are like you know. We are supposed to think for ourselves because there's historical precedent set that you know basically says i was only following. Orders is not a reasonable defense. That's essentially the nuremberg defense in hasn't ever ever been valid but that's essentially what these soldiers who would confiscate people's guns. I would shoot american. Citizens are saying they would do. I would just follow the orders. I was given regardless of the legality of those orders as a tough situation because generals don't want their their privacy abyss out there going. I don't know if i should actually listen to the general. I don't think he knows what he's talking about. So i'm not going to obey this command for the whole military thing think that's bad right. Which is why as i understood it part of the entire military training apparatus was meant to train that out of people but i i don't know i didn't serve i've never been in the military and have bank goodness oh intention whatsoever of being in the middle of the brief time in my life where i considered it and i'm glad i didn't go that direction direction. I considered it at one point. When things were like really bad being from mississippi trying to go to college and all that i was like well they're promising the college education but i- resourceful forceful i can do this without dying in the middle east so what's coming up next coming up next. We have planned parenthood always a hot topic for people but get this. They have rejected federal funds because of all strings attached to them. Yes it's awesome. Go planned parenthood. 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That's i've had that as well there who i go to for my trans hormones which obviously the same people who are antiabortion are also not fans of that at so that doesn't do anything to endear them to planned parenthood but they do quite a bit more they offer free condoms free birth control and all manner of things as is a sexual and reproductive health clinic right. It's almost like they're trying to help. People plan their parenthood zinc and avoid s._t._d.'s and in you know all kinds of other good things like other never had a bad experience with those people absolutely not they are the friendliest health workers i've ever met <hes> i ran out of estradiol <hes> this past week because normally i can call and <hes> or i can just go there and you know but this time i was like i'm just gonna call schedule an appointment like normal. I just happened be out at the time. It wasn't a big deal. I just take like they'll get tomorrow. Be in and out. They'll take ten minutes but they actually were booked until the twenty eighty six. It didn't matter okay. They went ahead and sent them to the pharmacy for me. The whole encounter took like five minutes tops on the phone yeah homophones. That's nice. You haven't even have to go go in no. I'll have to go in on the twenty six. I see but i mean for something like that or anything like that but yeah i got the refill and is is it's just amazing to encounter that versus my general experience with doctors which is an extreme unwillingness to write these in the first place. Even if i can prove who've i've been on them for a while which i can or they just want to prescribe painkillers which is less of an issue here in new hampshire but a significant issue in the south on earth was even prescribe painkillers for though at the time i wanted the painkillers so there there was literally a doctor who would sit down and ask you what you wanted and then right you those you don't get those at the planned parenthood clinics. My experience with them has always been they treat me. As a human being there actually concerned about my health and wellbeing they have pamphlets about domestic abuse pointing out that did it occurs not just against men against women but also against men good for them so it's a really interesting. The first time i ever encountered a nine eleven conspiracy theory in fact was at a planned parenthood really they had like a one hundred and seventeen page booklet out there about various interesting facets of september eleventh that i just sat down and started reading it wow they also had one that went over the history of israel l. and palestine and all of that it was very counter official narrative type stuff that i found there and this was in the deep south right so there's a pleasant experience. I was little rock arkansas. Actually i didn't have any experience with them until i moved here and here they've got a nice convenient location downtown. They do <hes> like you said normally when you go in there <hes> for me. It's always been s._t._d. Related getting tests done and that kind of thing and they are super friendly. I mean they're obviously afraid of crazy. Protesters so like you gotta buzz yourself to get in. That's not because they're not friendly but it's because of if you know the people who are against the buzzed me and as i'm on my way 'cause i've never had to myself but when they see me they yeah it's pretty obvious i'm not a protester faster and so you know i've always had a good experience and then like when you go to pay their they obviously have some tie ins with the government government. They do get some government funding for things from i think from the state level as well because i remember one time they told me about some sort of new hampshire program that covers is this or that and they basically one of the ways they they do payment for those that aren't covered by whatever program is you can kind of pay based on your income essentially <hes> and that's you know i'm fine with that. That's no big deal. I don't mind giving money to an organization providing invaluable service and but at the same time i do understand why some people are against planned parenthood because they are getting money from the state and if you're against abortion or against you know trans people or whatever it is you might be against then it makes sense that you would be against the state eight giving money to this particular organization so those people aren't wrong giving the money. I'm not a fan of the government you know using my tax dollars to pay for bombs exactly so i understand why they're upset about their tax dollars being used for various purposes news about this. I do indeed so. They said today that they planned. Parenthood is going to withdraw from the federal family planning program that provides birth control and other health services to poor women and rather than comply with a new trump administration rule that forbids referrals doctors who can perform abortions bats the right choice to make it is a beautiful choice and i'm super thrilled. I expect donations to planned parenthood increase as a result of this right because you know now you're not underneath the federal government's thumb anymore. If you're not taking their money you're not as behold into whatever strings is that are attached to those money. This is the same reason why the state of new hampshire won't take money from the federal government and therefore have to implement seatbelt law pointing hampshire's the only state of all the fifty states that doesn't have an adult seat belt laws all right because they refused the money from the federal government because it comes with those strengths now finally they did it more often <hes> then we'd be even more free as a result of that but this is the right direction to go in and they should they should promote this to their to their flock to their existing donators and say hey look. We're not taking this federal money now. So we do still need the money to provide the free a i'm sure they want to continue providing the free contraception. I'm sure so somebody's gonna pay for it and what we learned in two thousand sixteen during the election win what's his name pits came out. I guess planned parenthood. Lots of people pool donated money to planned parenthood in mike pence's name but they did increase their donations and the result of oh. We're gonna pull funding funding from planned parenthood. Oh well that's okay because yeah i would rather pay for the service voluntary which is interesting. I mean you mentioned the whole payment thing that they have never are accepted money from me. <hes> i've attempted to pay them repeatedly but my oh we'll just we'll just send you a bill and of course because the mail carriers here like to screw with me. I've never received any such bill. I don't receive most of the mail. I'm supposed to get a very weird. If it's important the mail carrier is not going to deliver it to let me hear yes. I've never had that problem if as an ad for market basket though deliver it but if it's a bill debit card thanks statement whatever host getting returned to sender n- every single time comes through though have you talked to the postal carrier i personally mature until one of them went to the post office and smoke with them. I was like look. They're like oh well. You gotta have your name on the little piece of paper in the mailbox. It's there yeah yeah. I've already done that. Just talking about aria di mezzo or your other name. Both names are on there <hes> because some malcolm's for argument's some comes from the other her name. Both names are on there. I covered that base immediately. Just stop paying attention to the frequent names just deliver whatever mill is supposed to be set to this stupid stupid address. What is complicated about this right. It has improved okay. Only one of the four debit cards that i was supposed to receive this month was returned returned to sender three of them actually arrived so that's progress. Yes it is progress. I think somebody at the post office doesn't like you. That would be my gassing gassing personal. Is this happening because you guys both live in the same houses that happening to you as well like i hardly ever get mail there anyway but everything i had sent their has come through interesting yeah. I don't know screw them. I have for the most part found ways around them. <hes> bills just get emailed to me now for the most part it does. It's become problematic. I need like a debit card or something because there's really no other way to receive that u._s. They u._p._s. and fedex aren't going to deliver something so inconsequential. So do you think that <hes> with this news about planned parenthood that are people going to keep protesting them now. That's a good question the fact that they exist. Is that what they're gonna. Protest abortion bad only time i ever saw a protest at a planned parenthood was in little rock arkansas. Though i've seen scene one here really it's only one woman stands out there really a protest sure sure it is there's more about this news because as sixty million dollars that planned parenthood has said no and that's an awesome thing eight five five four five zero three seven three three. Tell us what you think about planned. Parenthood is oral health important important to you. If you don't like your teeth fresh breath or kissing people then by all means. Stop listening several years ago. I met jessica on founder and c._e._o. Of my magic mutt and i became passionate about the product that she created and never wanna live without it. It's clinically proven to whiten teeth. I find it does much more. They want you to love my magic mud as much as i do so they're giving you a money. 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Parenthood is the only provider of such services. I don't know what rural communities referring to being from a pretty rural place in mississippi. There was a one actually run by the county. I don't remember now what it was called but it performed exactly those services that was actually where my wife at the time went to get her birth control and hers screenings for breast and cervical cancer but evidently in states like utah where planned parenthood is the only organization receiving title x funds and minnesota where planned parenthood serves ninety percent of the title ix patience those seeking can care may face long waits for appointments planned parenthood said while other patients may delay care or go without that's unfortunate <hes> so if there was ever a time for the people who support planned parenthood to step up and began making donations. It seems like now would be that time yeah now i if if you actually support planned parenthood now's the now's the time to open the wall if you don't and while the bad news is at least according to wikipedia article about planned parenthood it says here their combined annual revenue is one point three billion u._s. Wow and that includes approximately i five hundred and thirty million in government funding such as medicaid reimbursements so the sixty million that we're talking about here is a drop in the bucket of their entire budget but also a small fraction a fraction of their <hes> of their governmental disbursements about government money is that when they give it to you you with strings attached to use it for certain certain purposes yes. The strings attached here was that people who received the title x money could not receive abortion referrals and things like that so if you went to your regular college or whoever does these o._b._g._y._n. Whatever and they're like hey you're. We're not going to be able to have this baby. Because of reason why you need to go. Have it aborted or you're going to die or the baby's going to die or whatever here's a referral to planned parenthood that would have been a violation of the new regulations by the trump administration knew what really doing with this money before providing birth birth control and things like an pregnancy tests okay and screenings for s._t. Is and breast and cervical cancer okay so just the usual stuff. I mean yeah probably probably doesn't matter to them when they receive sixty million dollars. They probably don't earmark okay well. This sixty million can only be spent on these services or whatever they just been the money as they would need eat it. I would imagine i don't know i've never run a billion dollar organization especially when it gets protested so frequently yeah. It's not clear what at least through my my brief research here. It's not clear what percentage of the five hundred plus million that they're receiving from various government programs is is going to say medicaid payments or whatever but you know most people aren't going to go out and protest a doctor's office for taking medicaid payments. That's true right. It's the abortion service that people protest it's abortion. That's what it is. I've had the pleasure of dealing with some abortion protesters while escorting someone to have an abortion worship the planned parenthood in little rock arkansas really yeah. That was a fun experience it was so tissot was like seven thirty in the morning. How many protesters were five. I think there was there's a catholic church literally right across the street and they were all there as part of that shirt okay they were shouting their random nonsense about how the girls were going to regret it and all of that holding their size is and it was so tense and anxious everyone was uncomfortable until i turned around and shouted something to them about their god not existing so it didn't matter what he thought and even though i was standing there because i'm a really calm person but when i've got people standing there shouting at me it's just a matter of time before i shall back uh-huh and i did and standing there with this group of people who were all christians right and who all catholics or christians christian okay. They were athletes arkansas. They were almost certainly some sort of christian. I've taught the girls who were waiting for the building to open so they could go into their services says right. Oh you're saying those girls were the christian yes but it was the catholics who are out front protesting. Yes thought it okay so sending there with this group of christians essentially just shouting that there wasn't a god god. They all began laughing. The girls waiting on their services like an uncomfortable kind of laughter. No it was a happy kind of laughter because shouting something back at these as people broke their power and all of that oppressive tension that they had been creating and suddenly everybody just started sparking up their own conversations it was it's no longer awkward and uncomfortable good so they they were doing nothing to help this situation by standing out there shouting anyway right right they did go away shortly after after that once they realized that we were just ignoring them and not being berated by their random screeching well they want to make people feel like they're being looked down upon they want to shame yeah <hes> they want to change behavior through societal pressure yeah and it doesn't work the pressure. Isn't there unless we allow it to be there. There are ways of breaking that pressure like shouting back. I suppose counter. Protesting is essentially what i did so maybe counter protesting is a valid approach sounds like it worked for you yeah well. It worked for them. It i mean i i was just there but the group's decision that would be planned parenthood to stop accepting this money is being cheered by antiabortion groups good that yeah that have long sought to deprive planned parenthood of federal support reports say long awaited victory that will energize the pro-life grass roots said. I don't know some president the president of the march for life whatever ever that is i assume for some pro life group. It's an antiabortion wait a minute. I mean that's a that's a twist to call it a victory nine percents of their federal refund but that's not what i mean when i mean is these groups these antiabortion groups. They weren't the ones that made this happen. It was the decision in a planned parenthood he said we don't want to deal with this government crap anymore to accept this money so we're just going to say no to it so it's not like the antiabortionist should be cheering what they've done because they didn't make that decision and it wasn't they who were an influence in making that decision. I don't know they're accepting accepting. They're saying we have a victory here even though they didn't do anything to achieve a victory but the best go ahead sorry the pro-life people would be the reason that those strings were attached to the planned parenthood funding would they not could be and it was those strings being a test that calls planned parenthood and say okay so maybe. I don't believe that was their plan but maybe it was just a matter of okay. We'll attached so many strings to this and then eventually they just don't want to do with anymore. Okay well. Maybe i'm fine. Would that not being funded by the federal government. Even though i use plan i'm fine paying out of pocket. They don't let me find with that and i'm fine with them subsisting listing solely off of private donations. I don't see why that's such a networks for me. If you liked the service pay for it. I don't put a gun to your neighbors head and have them play pay for it. I wish planned parenthood agreed with that ideologically. No they don't eight five five four fifty fifty free as in freedom. Let us know what you think about planned parenthood finally telling the federal government no. We don't want your dirty money gold. There's definitely been on the move recently and there is no more secure investment historically mcilvanney. I._c._a.'s been helping people take delivery of precious metals and find storage options for decades. They've helped thousands of investors investors with their precious metal. 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Discord for live chat twenty four seven at discord dot l. dot f._m. That's discord that l. r. n. dot f._m. This is free talk. Live talk radio that you control. Give us a call. Uh eight five five four five zero three seven three three with you tonight it's aria and michael and and you just brought in interesting story about everyone's the most hated billionaire pedophile ish kind of guy and i don't know what the term is. I'm told he's not technically a foul. How pedophile is somebody who is physically or attracted to children prepubescent children okay. Most of the evidence about this guy was that he was attracted. Act two teenagers although apparently recently there was something came out about some twelve year olds yeah but that is unsubstantiated it does seem that he averaged on the sixteen sixteen to seventeen year olds side of things as low as fourteen in many many cases in florida but whatever <hes> regardless that's not. That's not pedophilia. Korea doesn't make him a good guy. It doesn't mean that he was a nice guy or anything like that and in addition to that he if allegations are correct he was also an actual real rapist who actually committed rape and i'm not talking statutory rape here. I'm talking act that's allegation by one i think young woman who said that she had gone there multiple times to his house and performed massages on him that eventually that he asked her to go further and she attempted to reviews and was then held down and and raped against her. Will that was the claim traumatic but then again you know when you deal with these claims. There's very rarely any actual evidence right on well there could be if you you get raped and then there's evidence left inside of you you then go to the hospital and they can take that evidence right but that's true if you don't do something right away way than the evidence gone goes away over time and recently he died allegedly well. That's that's right. The conspiracy people are already cooking up plots that he's been <hes> ferreted out to his own island and all kinds of stuff see. I went for the least conspiratorial royal. Take on it that i could which is okay. He's dead. Maybe committed suicide. Maybe he was murdered at any rate. He's dead but even that is in dispute took given the fact that he apparently signed his will two days before he was found dead. This is one of those stories that's come out recently. I mean that definitely points to him intending to kill himself. That's that's some evidence right there. But of course the conspiracy people will say it's all part of the plot. I guess evidently they just two days before he killed himself. Allegedly in his manhattan chill sell leaving behind nearly six hundred million dollars. He signed his will. The court documents filed in the u._s. Virgin islands where the convicted sex molester this okay very weird phrasing k. right. Where's the source. This is from the new york post near post. Okay it's from the article you sent me. He owned two islands including including one that locals dubbed pedophile island so this was not exactly it was an elephant in the room that nobody was addressing yeah ever ah from on anderson pretty much everybody in the virgin islands news going on and so did all of the people at the apartment in florida and the one in in manhattan. I mean you can't hide something like this. If you're regularly flying out fourteen year old girls through your private island to have sex with them people are going to notice and they're not going to do anything about it because he's got money yeah. What are you gonna do if he pays them to shut up then then yeah. That's about the only thing you can do and he apparently <hes> bragged quite a bit about all the you know the benefits that having a bunch of money brought to him and that's where this story comes from from the miami hi it's amy herald headline in the herald has been doing some of the best investigative journalism about epstein. They've raised the ones who i got him in trouble correct iraq i that may be the case way back in ten years ago right yeah. They've got some really detailed stories about him where they really did a lot of good journalism <hes> but <hes> headline headline why was jeffrey epstein allowed to purchase small women's panties from the palm beach jail. I saw this over the weekend. I thought we've we've gotta talk about about this 'cause so this is like now what's happening is like all the craziest stuff is coming out about this guy because a lot of documents have been released that haven't been released before in fact. He ended up killing himself on the very same day that the documents as i understand it. The documents were actually released from <hes> from the court that like i'd like two thousand pages of documents that were i think they were sealed in a civil case that was brought against him. Those are now sounds right. Those are now out certainly certainly suggest that we're going to learn just how sick and depraved this individual actually was the fact that and how powerful and influential he was that's right because i've been in jail before for civil disobedience and i'm pretty sure that i couldn't talk to anybody and get them to give me anything off. The women's commissary like it wouldn't have even crossed my mind of course to ask for it but like that just doesn't happen. You don't get the order book if you're a male inmate. You don't get the panties section in your order sheet right decade ago. This was this was when he he was doing his jail stint three decades ago. No it's a decade ago. I thought he was in nineteen ninety. One two thousand six two dozen who's in the arts convicted sex offender jeffrey epstein made an odd purchase at the facility store two pairs of small women's panties size five now. I don't know anything about women sizing aria but i suspect you do. I wear a size five okay. You're not you're not a very big. I mean you're tallish but you're not i'm skinny. You're not overweight right so size five according to this here it was just one of thousands of dollars a purchase made by the disgraced disgraced financier while in jail after pleading guilty in two thousand eight to soliciting a minor for sex according to his purchase log his top purchase was a single serve cups of coffee coffee which he of which he bought more than eight hundred thirteen months but the panties raise questions about why a childless male inmate accused of sexually abusing girls as young as fourteen would be allowed to buy female undergarments so small that they wouldn't fit an average sized adult woman. The panties were certainly too small mall for epstein who also purchased his briefs in men's medium and sweatshirts ranging from x. l. to three x._l. And size twelve shoes that is the the best i've ever heard in my life the best i can you just imagine the journalist as they sat down to write that statement so what sci-fi panties would not have fit the sixty-six-year-old pedophile billionaire right so what or who were they for maybe he liked them tight and like that and why wouldn't the purchase raise eyebrows under the circumstances further. How could it have even even been made in the first place but it's one of the many questions that arise from thousands of pages of records obtained by the miami herald from the palm beach county sheriff's office this so this isn't even the court documents that came out this is just they did a freedom of information request asking the palm beach bureaucrats for all the info they had. What about this man. Stay in jail records. I would imagine it's not terribly unlikely that if you were just in n._h._l. And you ask the guards to sell you a pair of pennies women's commissary. I imagine most of them would do it. It wouldn't do much for your reputation among the other inmates well. I don't know how they you know it sounds to me like they actually had inventory because it says here the stockade held male and female inmates separately explaining while the pain why the panties were stocked because a lot of times with commissary at least here in in new hampshire you place an order and they get it from a company company so it's not like they've got an inventory of panties just sitting in some room somewhere. Necessarily they're placing an order. It takes a week in a lot of cases to get stuff from commissary so there's some corporation that the jail gets a contract with and they place orders with the corporation so in order to get a pair of panties. Somebody would have to place that order and there would be an accountability for it. There's a record of that unlikely that a man in n._h._l. Could order a pair of pants. It's quite a quite unusual. I think that would be difficult. I don't know if you're a jail. Try awesome guys in prison in michigan. Let us know how it goes. The other inmates no about this well. That's the other thing it'll the word will spread fast too. Which is why i would imagine that most people don't do it. That's probably one reason are you man who wears pennies eight five five four five zero three seven three three <hes> fellow patriots my name's todd savage founder of black rifle real estate dot com like you. I was a prisoner of the sanctuary state until one day. I chose to leave my family only to freedom today. We live on a sustainable twenty acre homestead where we shoot hunt garden and homeschool our children without the tyranny of the nanny state looking over us if you're ready to flee the city need to the freedom of idaho or montana are black rifle real estate team is here to help go to black rifle real estate dot com. That's black rifle real estate dot com. 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You can learn more about those and get signed up over at amp dot freetalklive dot com now we've been talking about jeffrey epstein and some unusual purchases that he evidently made while in jail size five versus panties yes and for some perspective on that. I wear a size five uh-huh. It's actually three to seven that. I wear three five minutes. Seven but five is most uncomfortable so it's a pretty small size definitely too small for the average adult male all small too small for jeffrey. Epstein is the specter as well given that they say that his other orders were like x._l. Two three x._l. Sweat shirts and and briefs in men's medium yeah so he was definitely not wearing these panties. Now what's weird about this now. Epstein day the first time at the west palm beach jail i guess he was allowed to leave the prison store where he bought these panties in a chauffeur driven car that took him to his downtown office building for twelve hours a day six days a week. This dude was rich enough to you. Get a break from jail six days a week well now. You don't have to be rich to get work release jail so that's pretty extreme work release though <hes> it's. I don't know i'm not going to say for sure whether that's unusual as far as work. Release is concerned generally work release will let you out if you're you know a a reasonable person not expected to be a flight risk essentially as i understand it like okay. Well you know you wanna be productive. You've been a good boy in the jail for x. Amount of time time and we believe you're gonna come back to check in at night because basically what you do. Is you get released to go to your job during the daytime and then at night you're expected to report back a certain time and if you're not back by that time they may charge you criminally or you know put a an all points bulletin out for your your capture and then you won't get to go out again <hes> but in the case of epstein they actually get into a little bit deeper here. It got a little better than what you said. According to the story here in the research they did at the miami ame herald because again. They pulled a bunch of records from palm. Beach county says what's clear from palm. Beach sheriff's records is that epstein's wealth provided him extraordinary extrordinary privileges during his thirteen month. Stay in the palm beach stockade from june thirtieth twenty two thousand eight to july twenty second two thousand nine including an unlocked cell cell door almost unlimited access to a television a perhaps uniquely generous work release program that met he spent almost as much time outside the jail as in it the longer he stayed the cushier. Things got six day a week. Work release was extended to seven hours outside of the cell where extended it from twelve to sixteen. He was permitted to pass some of the time at home records that once referred to him as an inmate now called him client client what the hell so so he had plenty of opportunities to drop by walmart and and by his own pans now danny sure and store them at his office where he was spending twelve to sixteen hours a day but pointed out during the break michael was it apparently he did spend and some amount of time without work. My understanding is his work. This work release started about three months after he went originally went in which is pretty standard for a work release program not for sex offenders who mourns eligible for work release but in most cases if you get sentenced to thirteen months in jail and you're good for three months and you can prove hey i have this job. Get back to that's about when you get your work release so but the thing we don't know is when because we don't have the records and they don't say here at least so far is when were these panties ordered worthy panties ordered during his work release time or was it during the three three months because if it was during the work release time that really suggests this guy just can't stop thinking about you know sex or whatever and i mean who can so he's got the he's got to have his pants at the office and in the jail cell i don't understand though is what role the panties were playing in his whatever they just made them feel better whatever it was. I don't think we can talk about that on the radio because i suspect that he wasn't wearing them but according to the story here again they call him a client. After a little while in the records deputies required to wear business suits provided bided security for epstein while he was on work release they guarded the door to his office or home sometimes from the outside rather than keeping an eye directly on epstein eighteen which i don't think you typically get guards on work release yeah this is this is this is extraordinary this is this is so far beyond a work release program that that he must have been paying those guys to do this as a second job well. It says that he was paying for that security but i would tend to imagine action that you know th i prefer to err on the side of humans are generally good so i like to think that the deputies were probably watching him to make sure he didn't continue. Can you having sex with underage girls. How would they know well. They would know who when he was missing. He did it. You know. The girls weren't in there before they went before they brought from there. I don't some i mean he certainly could afford to send a driver around it. You know five a._m. Or whatever time he needed to deliver them some deputies expressed relief in their daily reports that he seemed pleased with services rendered the records from palm beach suggests the local sheriff's office never intended to treat the convicted sex offender as a typical inmate eight explicitly because of his extraordinary wealth in an email on the day epstein reported to jail captain. Mark chamberlain wrote that the new inmate was a person of quote unusual means unquote so they're incorrect. Degel isn't correct. He was not their client. They were his is high and expressed concerns that other prisoners might try to extort or manipulate him chamberlain wrote quote his financial status lends itself to his being victimized while in custody and best such he has been placed in special management which is true. You don't wanna send somebody who has five hundred billion dollars or five hundred million. Sorry into a jail cell with you know ordinary common day criminals. He is poorly versed in jail routine and society and his adjustment to incarceration association will be will most likely be atypical for the time being. I'm authorizing that his cell door be left unlocked and that he'd be given liberal access to the attorney room where a television will be installed wonder how much that costs for epstein. I've only just a few grand but it's interesting listening to this bureaucrat kind of dance around with bureaucratese on why they're giving this guy special treatment. I mean they're never concerned with anybody else adjusting going to jail but here. He says he's poorly versed in jail routine. Well guess what so's everybody who goes to jail for the very first time ever yeah i surrey i in jail routine and i went to jail and i lived right now and they don't give you like it's not like you go and you get your first job where you sit down and watch the twenty minute video to let you know that you know you're going to have to get in line for <hes> for breakfast lunch and dinner and these are the times that they're served that you just kind of pick it up as you go along and the idea that this guy deserves some sort of special treatment i mean it's just ridiculous. Have you seen a clockwork orange longtime ago. Its depiction of what this light to enter. A prison and i've never been to prison but i've been to jail is extremely accurate. That's what the ordinary person gets. Its stripped down. Get naked. Let us search you don't talk back. This is what you do you obey commands or we beat you but with epstein much is oh no we're going to leave his cell on lots aww give him his own specialty and let him order panties for unknown reasons according to epstein's associates. He claimed he required quote three orgasms a day just to function. Oh my god i mean there's a record apparently of who visited epstein while on work release a daily log maintained by deputies tucked away in a safe but that has been destroyed droid imagine that things that make you go wonder why well as you pointed out earlier he also one of his attorneys was a young woman. This is this time though the attorney story is that a very young female attorney was visiting him in the new york correctional l. center that he was staying in and he was paying his attorneys to visit him for up to twelve hours a day so he didn't have to sit in his cell the whole time but remember when you have an attorney visit. That's the privileged visit. 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I think most fans know that the ball is flying out a stadiums at a record rate and i saw that there was a series between houston and the oakland a.'s and in one game the two teams hit twelve home runs twelve home runs also the giants in arizona they had double digits home runs combined and arizona in one game against philadelphia hit thirteen gene the dodgers in one game hit eight home runs the think something is wrong with the ball. He can't be that all these pictures of all of a sudden gotten bad. Now i know the hairs are swinging from their heels but i hope they do something about this. I know the home run is exciting and everything but it isn't. It just isn't fair. <hes> a fan poll question interesting one yankees manager aaron boone suggested a mercy rule after his team got blown out by cleveland nineteen to five a good idea or bad idea now. I'm gonna just come out right here and say good idea. 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Tell me a little bit about the state of the profession and broadcasting particularly sports broadcasting yeah well as you can imagine there's a lot more primitive than it is now and i think a lot more fun. I mean we're all jets. We all came from radio and we're all just <hes> radio and movies and everybody's experimenting. Nobody knew in what lay around the next corner. I was a lot of fun on and <hes> we had a great time as a good time to run. I also sense that everybody had their own unique style instead of today where somebody may be trying to copy somebody else well i am. He has except <hes>. We still try to copy. Everybody has a role model and we were. We were taking the people on radio in those days but <hes> you're right. There was some people making some <hes> <hes> new frontiers you know making their own new styles because television television was so completely different than radio and all of us were trying to adjust to the fact that the picture is told us a lot of the things that you know you guys on radio still have the best way you paint those pictures and do the talking and we have to kind of work with the pictures on the television so <hes> but that was part of the learning process it really was. I know that when i was at c._b._s. Sports and we used to do the pregame halftime in the post game show down in the bowels of the stadium. Remember we used to have to turn the boards and everything i think no matter when you worked in television or at what level whether it'd be on the local level or the national level on the network level. There were always <hes> something the unique about the time period. I remember doing those shows one time. We were doing it in chicago down. The bowels of the stadium and i could see out of the corner my is. I'm doing the post game. Show on filling that that <hes> some of the chicago bears were off to the side and i knew something was going to happen and i didn't know quite what it was and all of a sudden out of the corner my i one of the guys for the bears at thrown in athletic arctic supporter across the set and all i could hear was marvin news say in my headset. Was that what i think is what tell me a little bit about some of the early experiences jack well a question posed as <hes> <hes>. We're going back so far now ryan. There was no teleprinter. <hes> you know you did everything off the top of your head and you had to <hes> and <hes> we had no videotape in those days at a lot of people would <hes> creep in front of cameras. There's a war come up behind you and do things like that and <hes> all of which i think added to the <hes> to the mindless fun that we had in those days now everything is so slick you know that <hes> there's not room threatening those kind of nice little natural slip ups <hes> we've all made rbis harvest stakes in those days on the airlines changes and <hes> missing your lines or mispronouncing words and you can't go back in the race at like again today on tape. Everything was alive. Which is what television shit is in its best time live and i think that is the biggest biggest difference between <hes> today <hes> and in those days i was live in those days and so therefore anything could happen and sometimes it it and i think the biggest change was that are colored people be the <hes> analyst we got in the xbox players they they started to become a lot more comfortable in the broadcast medium and began to <hes> to become broadcasters rather than just a it's fella played football football and he knows a little bit about it and when they started loosening up and began to to tell us about <hes> you know the things that <hes> they're telling you today a you know isolate the linebacker on wide receiver etcetera then the role of the play by play man changed <hes> i think quite a bit and it became he came in many ways much easier to play by play man and i think it made <hes> made the telecast much more informative and i think much more enjoyable to the average fan. I remember another time. When dan devine was the coach green bay packers and again we were doing the post game show and he referred to me as irv referring serve cross. He sent me a letter saying i never even heard during the course of the interview apologizing profusely and i'm just wondering whether it's as much fund for somebody who's at the beginning of their career say at the national level. It's a little bit different for you because you've established yourself. You're somebody that doesn't worry what the the mar- rudy thirty marks keys or the others happened to write because it's not going to affect your career one way or the other things as much fun for a young sportscaster who has been able to climb to this level. I don't think so all run and <hes>. I think you've seen a two. It's almost now for young <hes> sportscasters coming in and and even the middle aged guys it's become become almost an adversarial <hes> thing between <hes> the athletes and and the sportscasters and the sports writers <hes> i mean and we see it every day we saw in the world series <hes> and it's <hes> it's become <hes> not quite as nice as wives either. Let let alone no not as much fun and i think they have young kids coming in today but much more difficult time <hes> we did neither one one of the criticisms at the national level. Is that if you're doing a game you really have to play pretty much <hes> middle of the road. Is that a difficult thing sometimes to make sure that as you pick your words that you don't find out on monday after you've done a game at somebody thinks you've slanted at one way or the other yes you can leave. You're never gonna play them. All the best way you can get fifty fifty fifty percent of the people down. You're leaning one way and fifty saying we're doing it the other then. You know you did a good job. <hes> i think there's room for both ways. <hes> yeah people say there are homer. Announcers and other people say you should be journalists whatever that means. I think there's room for both <hes>. I don't mine sportscasters blatantly rooting for a home team as long as they give visiting team. You know they're do <hes> and it's a it's not a narrow. Caroline is kind of a broad line. I think you can you can accommodate both of them but <hes> you know everybody. That's beautiful things about the world is boris voice. Everybody has their own opinion. Jackie work yourself into being kind of a wordsmith and also an essay. How did that come about. How did you evolve into that and you're broadcasting career where well i. I always wanted to try things. I did that locally in philadelphia. Every night. I do something and when i got to the network i think it was the second super bowl. All i said let me do something. At the end here you know kind of a summing up and that's kind of how it started and thankfully i've worked for some people kind of said okay. We'll let let you go give you your head and make a little time for you and <hes> and i really love doing this kind of scary sometimes but it's let's give me much more pleasure. I think than anything else. I've done in television as you now. <hes> those of us that work in this profession. It's often been said that we work in the toy. Department of life is as you take a look at the grand scope of sports in society in life in general. How would you describe it then. I think that's pretty much the way joe's accepted a story story. I've used quite a few times you know. I think it was fine when he was a chief. Justice court said that things were so bad in the world had to read the sports pages in any turn to the front page. Cleans are so bad in the sport pace every the front page and then i turned to the support pig <hes> it's gotten to be a of course much more big business and a lot of joy in front is going out of it because of that a lotta people making a lot more money and and and doing well that way but it has changed very dramatically in the years i've been in it. One of the other things that i think is special about sports is that each different sports parts has its own special identity during the course of the years that you have obviously competed covered heavyweight boxing you know i don't think that there's anything more dramatic then having two men while it might be brew in one sense a standing in the ring and and battling away at each other there cannot be anything more dramatic than the the sun setting over so <hes> new york while they're playing the united states open tennis championships <hes> it's late on a sunday. It's the early part of september. There's a nip in the air those sort of things do you find that that is a special aspect of sports are absolutely no question about it. It's always that's stirring that special moment like i said when you say eighty yourself there's no place i'd rather be than right here and i'm very lucky i am. You're right. There are certain moments at steroids like that. <hes> <hes> i i find boxing to me most of the time to be not very uplifting but boy there is something about heavyweight championship fight that just get you going. Yeah it sure does jack whitaker is joined us and you on sports byline u._s._a. Gimme another ten minutes longer with jack and then i'll kick open the lines around the country at one eight hundred eight seven eight play okay one eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two not we will log across the country and around the world on the armed forces radio network on america's sports talk show sports byline imagine. This is your money and someone wants to take it from you. 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We'll return to our jack whitaker remembrance interview in just just a moment but let's check the scoreboard kansas city five baltimore four and with that lost the os suffer their eighty-six defeat of the season lopez and four casey relievers combined for that loss of three run six was the key and lopez and denny each homering in that game seattle tripled up on tampa bay nine to three m's jumped opt out to a seven one second inning lead murphy had three hits two of them home runs and drove in four runs nola homered and drove in three runs. Also it was all washington. They buried pittsburgh with thirteen runs. Nats now of one eight out of eleven the pirates of lost eight out of eleven washington led this one eight nothing after after two atoms three hits a home run and four r._b._i.'s cabrera had three r._b._i.'s and san diego they edge cincinnati the pods third straight victory the he has home run in the fourth inning was a key there the antonio brown helmet saga is not over just last week arbitrator ruled against the oakland raiders wide receiver regarding his grievance to wear his old helmet and then on monday brown filed yet another green <hes> grievance browns now arguing that he should be afforded the same right provided to other n._f._l. Players to have a one year grace period in order to phase out his old helmet in the two thousand nineteen season and that's your sports update. We love watching sports but these days it's nearly impossible to catch all the best moments of your favorite games now with a new sport flip. You can receive real time customize notification so you in your games are back. After commercial break period change or rain delay download sport flipped from the app store today and watch more sports. Jack whitaker is join us in you if you'll give me another five or ten minutes longer with open up the lines <hes> then around the country jack when you do a major sporting events there's a lot of pressure and <hes> obviously a lot of preparation ration- it goes in for doing those events. Each one has its own dynamic. Its own the subsidies. Can you talk a little bit about the differences in doing different major sporting events well yes <hes> in in football. It became a simple thing just by the way we're doing television. Memorizing your forty numbers numbers and getting your matchups down and then letting your here color man do it became quite simple after a while and you would approach coach that differently you would just set up and make sure that you knew what all the matchups where where everybody should be at a certain time and they'll be tendencies on both offense attention defensive teams and then get out of the way like your color man come in <hes> <hes> do a goth tournament <hes> you just have to brush up on the new kids coming along and coming once so fast now you you have to do a little homework every week that becomes a different kind of of preparation and a different different kinda rhythm in the telecast <hes> for horse racing <hes> again <hes> <hes> you have to break that down to prepare <hes> in different ways you have to know obviously the horses and the records and their breeding jaffna the owner jefferson other trainers and you have to know the jockeys and <hes> each one lynne's itself into a different rhythm and a different way and after a while it becomes <hes> <hes> enjoyable to do the preparation in fact sometimes the preparations much more enjoyable than the actual telecasts is the sense of anticipation and a sporting event. You know what i'm talking about. They don't have that. You've got nothing you know <hes> there. You know you know the days when you say boy. There's no place else. I drive to be the right here and that happens of course curses big any big event. It's coming up. It happens every year the kentucky derby your u._s._a. Open or masters in happens occasionally football and baseball game. I am you know you say oh boy. I got some feeling today that this is where i really want to be. It's going to happen jack and one of the things that i know during the course of my career <hes> years ago i did the the end of the university of california stanford game and fortunately i was prepared for something very unusual to happen at the end of the game and of course probably the most exciting finish to a college college football game ever occurred in the exactly with many laterals everything and and yet <hes> you know. I don't know that you can ever be prepared for something thing like that. Have there ever been any incidences in your broadcasting career where there was something that that just took you by complete surprise yes tragic thing we did swing match between ruffian and foolish pleasure and when she broke down on the back you know my gosh. It was just like we've all been struck by a thunderbolt <hes> him. Nobody was prepared for that. Nobody and <hes> so those. I'm trying to think there's nothing else <hes> <hes> something that happened to you running through the band like that <hes>. That's never happened but <hes> you do get you. You can't prepare for everything but in preparing as much as you can. When the unexpected happens you somehow able to handle it better. I think one of the things that i love about sports says is that in a sense it's a reflection of life. It's competition. It's winning and losing and there's always a new way that the story is being told you have been able to capture that human element <hes> tell me as you look at sports in the broader sense about sports and how you see it affects us in society in general well i think it has been always a nice reflection chen or a true reflection of our society and i think you'll see that today as well as any time in our past history <hes> it has been it used to be more fun now. It's not as much fun. <hes> life in the united states used to be more fun as not as much fun. I mean we'd more problems. Now it saying <hes> i don't wanna get too much on it like being a synonym for life for a metaphor for life but <hes> it's there for you to get you can get out of as sport whether you play it or watch it. Whatever you want to get out of it and in many cases you can get many good things out of it. <hes> i think it can <hes> obviously can <hes>. I don't think it's point woodie broun. A great powell mine had a great line that doesn't make it <hes> it <hes> reveals character <hes> and i think that's what i go by it. You're not going to be a better player necessarily goes you played football but we'll know what kind i have a guy you are if you play football. One eight hundred eight seven eight play one eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine. If you like to jump in here and join us along with emmy award winning broadcaster broadcaster jack whitaker jacko one thing that i also have an appreciation for is <hes> the ability of professional athletes. I think that obviously having a national show. I don't like this. I hear a lot of the frustrations of the fans as to their performance. Can you tell me about how you view the athletes today i think by and large they are better ron. I colonel and i think they're they're more and the depth of the good athlete is more than it was in the early days. I i still think that the heroes of yesterday would still be heroes today having the advantage of diet and training methods and equipment but i think there are more better athletes today. I don't think they're worth ethic is the same i think the money has changed that tremendously and it's kind of unfair in a way to blame them. <hes> because that's the way they've been brought up in the old days <hes> you had a scratch and do your best all the time to get paid now. How you get paid whether you can perform or not and i think that has has to have some effect on how i how i and athlete before what about the skill level of the athlete athlete today i mean it's hard for the average fan to relate to what it must be like facing nolan ryan and trying to hit something ninety five to one hundred miles an hour. That's right. I don't know you you. Let's take baseball. They've changed. They've changed the <hes> the strike zone so much so it's hard to compare i mean bob gibson was ah you know every bit as fast all ryan i think <hes> but he work with a different kind of a strike zone so it's very hard to compare <hes> i would like to and it's always useless to compare generation to generation but i think because there are more good athletes today eh but again you have to measure that run don't you because there are more broad clubs today and every support right. I don't don't you put that into the equation. The other thing that i respect to jack is the athlete that goes out and it isn't a solo sport in other words <hes> their abilities are determined by their efforts a a little bit different than if it's a team effort. There's something beautiful about watching nine. Men or eleven man football team work together in unison but still i think that there is something extra special about that. One person that is willing to face <hes> an opponent in decide the ultimate outcome of a sporting event well <laughter>. That's why baseball to me is the most perfect sport for americans. It's team sport but it's really an individual sport and <hes> the rugged individual analysts still there and occasionally has to team up and and cooperate <hes> whether it's on a double play or whatever but in the meantime it's an individual thing <hes> <hes> gophers are very rugged individualist. Tennis players are individuals attain player. Kinda gets to be you know. The bags are picked up for him at the hotel. Sal presses waiting the planes waiting. Everything's done for them and that's the difference i think in the way the way people behave especially we after their playing days are over jack and all the years that you observe the the great athlete and athletes in general what do you find is the differentiation between the the very well <noise>. The champion is going to be a champion amount or the money is secondary and he wants to be the best. This is a champion. <hes> nicholas is a champion because he's going to win all these heavy time you tease it up. He's coming out. They're not the funny second not to finish in the top time but to win and i think it's <hes> now you can make a lot of money and not be number one on your sport but the real champion wants to be number one yes. He wants the money but the money he knows what com- if he is number one and that's about as clear as i can put it. I would think it's easy to see in tennis and golf. It's a major championship. <hes> i would think in teams like baseball. The ball you wanna be on the team is going to win that national dependent <hes>. I'm don't mind the world series. Let's win that pennant <hes> and and be the best s. japan. I mean you know beat the best hitter the best fielder be the best pitcher. It's something you know. People have been trying to define this for thousands the year i i had billie jean king say to me and let's see reggie jackson was another steve garvey was another and i thought what they had to say was probably in addition to what you just mentioned very apropos. They all said to me in their own words that when the game is on the line they wanted to be the ones to decide it after that to me is a champion hold on jack. Whitaker is joined us in. You got one line available to you at one eight hundred eight seven eight play. We'll let you talk a little sports broadcasting with jack whittaker right after this. Is your thinning hair prematurely aging you. Do you see scalp where there used to be hair. Don't let your hair loss takeover. Take control with hair max. 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A month lines two to four free requires one port from eligible carrier and activation mobile optimized data coverage offers not available everywhere restrictions apply in this is america's sports talk show sports byline u._s._a. Here's ron ron bar. Jack whitaker is joined us in you this hour. Let's let's talk a little sports with jack whitaker. Go ahead joel bristol pennsylvania. Mr waco jackets nice to talk to you. I had to have to say i was a little saddened when you've got to be more of a sports s._d._s. c._b._s. Because i've really enjoyed your play by play when i heard you doing the eagle games i thank you. That was quite a few years ago. Yeah that was good times. I enjoyed that and every now and again. It's time to move on to something else but thank you very much. I noticed that one one of the things that is different in those days and now is that when you imposs- pritchard would do the games <hes> the networks would announce a certain certain team to of an answers to a team to do their a road games right and i'm sure that it's much more challenging for the broadcast teams seems to be showed up between different teams each week and i think it makes the homework much more challenging well it does and it c._b._s. Us <hes> oh i think long around nineteen sixty five they decided not to have the announcers do just one team and they spread us around around and indeed. You're quite right. <hes> it became <hes> much more <hes> there was a lot more homework to do but it also gave us a much. It's broader view of the entire league. 'cause you would do green bay one week in los angeles and other you know rather than just to <hes> i did the it goes half for about four or five years and the giants for four or five years and you get a little bit <hes> tendency to be a home router number one and and secondly you don't see the whole leg so i think generally. It's better to move around a lot rather than to be assigned. Just just one team i can i can see from that as long as you could films in time and have the time to do the right and came work. Another question i had had is that i've noticed <hes> with you in the race scott's those who came up when you were doing the game he's was. I wish there were a premium on describing something sinks lee rather than having to come up with another way of saying that at this was the greatest player that was the greatest play or coming up with some different way of saying something well. I i think the biggest change joe allies that are colored people be the analyst we gotta and the players they started to become a lot more comfortable liberal in the broadcast medium and began to be <hes> to become broadcasters rather than just a this fella played football and he knows a little bit about it and when they started to loosen up and began to to tell us about <hes> you know the things that <hes> they're telling us today you know isolate the linebacker on wide receiver et cetera then the role of the play by play man changed. I think quite a bit and it became in many ways much easier to be the play by play man and i think it made <hes> made the telecast much more informative and i think much more enjoyable to the average fan one eight hundred eight seven eight. Play the line open to you as we go to atlanta next go ahead mark. How are you sir fine mart couple of horseracing questions for you a number one. Do you think roughing would have won the race or she hadn't broken down well. That's a tough one <hes> mercer my the people that i trust their say. She was the greatest male or female they've ever seen. That's the way i feel i and she had never been beaten. Never been headed at any post <hes> but that's what we were all day to find out and we'll never know. I don't know that's a tough one for me answer and <hes> number two. What was your most exciting moment in horse racing irate the most exciting moment for me to was secretary. It's bell mind win when he won by thirty one lane when everybody thinks he's going to win the race let alone by that much margin and the second was <hes> again the belmont china firm when they came down there so so close together. There's a those the two of many thrills i've had in the split thanking. I appreciate talking to you sir. Thank you another line availability at one eight. Hundred eight seventy play driving around the country tonight got the car phone handed like to join us along with jack whitaker. Let our producer michael michael talbot now. We'll get you on a little bit early but it is toll free one eight hundred eight seven eight play jack when you take a look at the job of the sports media is doing today <music> well. It's hard for me. It's not hard for me to say long-run. It's completely different as i said earlier. I think it's become caserio. <hes> why all of a sudden i don't know the new york papers are down on <hes> both coaches that are professional teams uh-huh managers of the mets managers. I mean they can't do anything right and i don't know where this has come from all of a sudden. I don't know whether it's because they've been shut <music> out and don't get the same <hes> <hes> amenities around the stadium is used to get but the whole the whole tenor seems teams with change and it's like political reporters you know <hes> the enemy is <hes> and and the managers and coaches choose employers are looking at at at the media now the television in sports writers as the enemy and then. I don't know it's kind of strange to me. It used to be the <hes> of course we were symbolic relationship before now. It's <hes> now we're enemies. It seems i was gonna ask. I was gonna ask excu. How did you deal with <hes> <hes> say a situation in which you may be had to criticize the player well. We criticize players. We didn't do it in a mean-spirited dispirited way and i know to cajun's where the players that i could have. Is it a couple of times. I made a mistake and was wrong and they came name to me and say hey you were wrong. This is what happened. They explain it to me. I mean that's the kind of relationship we had in those days. I did the eagles game on day and i said that jerk anson and overtone as receiver and his wife told him that and he taught me a practice next week. He said hey hey. I didn't overthrow the guy who were receivers has going for the long guys say but that's the way it worked in those day <hes> today. I don't know thankfully. I'm not in that that part of the business anymore but <hes>. I don't think it's nearly that kind of a relationship between the players and and the price at take you know what's interesting about it. There was a particular time in our profession where if you work critical you're going to hear from the n._f._l. If you were covering n._f._l. Broadcast nowadays as you can have a personality and <hes> you know i was watching monday night football game for a little while and some of the things that were critical sharply critical and weaken and week out you can hear that that with john maddening here with me buddy else that has changed and i don't know whether it's for the better over the worst i don't have any problem with it because i think these people have kind of a <hes> a forum in which they have some experience that they're able to do it certainly john coach absolutely <hes> i think again it depends on the way you do it. <hes> in the in the early days when we get some of these players on they wouldn't criticise anybody 'cause i'm not criticizing the guys i played with well now so you have a differential of generations here and they feel more free right guests to criticize and it's really not criticizing just pointing out. You know everybody's not perfect. This play didn't work because he is ready is it's critical but i don't know again. It's it's the way in which what yeah yeah there was a point of course when you won the world series. It was something very special nowadays. I think it's just another championship. <hes> and i don't know y yes because because of the <hes> lake the playoffs i think <hes> they've taken away a lot of the shined from a world series and <hes> and again as in the super bowl playoffs and sometimes they're much more most of the times much more exciting than the world series one of the things i'm often asked jack is whether i like doing professional or amateur sports best and when they say amateur they're usually referring to collegiate sports and i say college in sports because i like the honesty of performance <hes> first of all. If i'm doing college baseball on television i can go down and ask a kid if you can spend a couple of minutes with minnea- she how much time you want not i i don't have time to talk to you and the other thing is that there is an emotion i think that goes along with college football and college basketball that is very special very honest and very reflective collective society in general and enthusiasm. Would you agree with that. I would agree with you. Hundred percent run <hes> the thing that worries me about the colleges at the exploitation can be athletes at all but <hes> not absolutely you're. You're absolutely right but the you know that that's what makes it exciting leaving. They do make mistakes and <hes>. I just you know college. Football to me is so much more interesting than the n._f._l. I can't tell you they wouldn't <music> n._f._l. Came that exciting all year. I don't think tell me a little bit about some of the interesting people interesting personalities that you've met well. I've been very lucky. I'm trying to make a list not long gone. I should go back and do it or the people i work with as my as color people you know beginning with bosch pusher as joe mentioned earlier on the phone and i've been very lucky. I've <hes> i've learned a lot from them. It's like getting a p._h._d. In each each sport if you if you've got an i i work with some very good people frank gifford pat summerall and ken venturi jack nicklaus carry middlekauff and eddie are terro bill shoemaker and it's just been. It's just been marvelous. <hes> <hes> couldn't go to school and learn to stuff that you can you know pick up from people like what about the interesting personalities and people persona as far as athletes go about alex hawkins <hes> tommy mcdonald my own guys on the eagles and they wanted to fix the and <hes> oh my goodness. How many more tommy the other thing is is it. Willie mays is telling me around. The batting cage down at spring training recently is that you know ronnie says one of the sad things is that you don't hear players telling stories like we used to in the old days now. I was talking about a month ago back that nobody hangs around anymore. They all get into rolls royces and their b._m._w.'s and drive the connecticut in the old days. Everybody hung around you know and you tell tales and you hear stories and that i think has made it harder on the sports writers in sports caster jack. Is there any one particular event that you've not done that. You would like to do <hes> the ryder cup and what else i i. I've done almost everything ron. I've been that lucky. I think the ryder ryder cup and maybe the octa trae on. Is there a single event. That's most memorable your career then well well. I guess the philadelphia eagles winning when i did the championship game and sixty against green bay and <hes> the secretary it's triple crown and nicholas winning at <hes> anytime nicholas was a great thing to do jack. Thank you very much. It's nice to talk to you. Yes thank you for what you've given us not only on television and in broadcasting but <hes> i remember when when i was young at c._b._s. You're one of the nice people to me and i've never forgotten that. Thank you sir for your graciousness. In your class jack whitaker emmy award winning broadcaster with us this hour and again he is a word smith and it was interesting that he should bring up heywood hale broun because i consider them to be in the same class very outstanding broadcasters astor's in class gentlemen. Take a break here. 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Here's ron bar another check of the numbers almost a no hitter in may spoil as saint louis black milwaukee three to nothing the brewers breaking up that no header by the cardinals in the eighth inning on grand dolls head it was the only hit that they had in the game does young hit his twenty second home run for saint louis so the cardinals went at three nothing over the brewers washington blank pittsburgh as well thirteen nothing so that means the nats have won eight of eleven the pirates of dropped eight eleven washington lead big. They had a pair of four run innings in the first and the second adams three hits a home run and drive in four runs cabrera drove in three runs on the american can league side kansas city five four over baltimore as the os suffered their eighty six loss lopez and four kansas city relievers combined for that loss hand that loss to baltimore three run sixth-inning was the key lopez indonesia each homering in that one and seattle tripled up on tampa bay nine nine three the final there is the m jumped out to a seven one second inning lead murphy at a gay big game. He had three hits two of them. Were home runs and drove in four four runs nola homered and drove in three runs as well also the padres edge cincinnati. That final was three to two so that means the pods now of one three in a row. Hello and mahia had a home run in the fourth inning. That was one of the key hits in the game and that's your sports update. We love watching sports but these days it's nearly impossible to catch all the best moments of your favorite games now with a new sport flip app. You can receive real time customized notification so you know when games are back after commercial break period change or rain delay lay download sport flipped from the app store today and watch more sports. I was very young sportscaster with a c._b._s. Sports network had a chance to break in with the network just twenty five years old and one of those people that took me underneath. His wing was jack whitaker who passed away at ninety five years old on sunday. There were others like him. Though jack fuck dick enberg pat summerall not only outstanding professionals in sports broadcasting but also outstanding men men who gave their time and they mentored young talent and i wanna thank them for that. I hope you enjoyed our interview with jack whitaker former emmy award winning and hall of fame sportscaster for both c._b._s. c._b._s. and a._b._c. and said he was the last living play by play announcer from the first twenty one super bowls until his death the only living television origin broadcaster from the first seven super bowl. I'm ron bar hang around. We've got more coming. Your way on america's sports talk show. This is bryan alvarez with wrestling observer. Live join me mike super bb seven days a week talking pro wrestling and mixed martial arts full schedule at sports byline dot com. Tom wrestling observer live on the sports byline u._s._a. Broadcasting network you're listening to the heartland news feed radio network at live dot heartland newsfeed dot com. 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She has written a very inspirational book about her father also do you. You remember the name vince pep rally. When it comes to football he was the guy that really made a great move and being able to make the national football league when he had very little background background and experience in football. It's a great story and he'll drop by and spend some time with us. Then some baseball talk for you that'll be coming up on wednesday former umpire steve palermo. I'm sure you remember that story and then bernie williams former yankee is going to be with us as well and also an outstanding musician and so he'll drop by on on wednesday and then i see on thursday raymond ritter. He is the p._r. Director for the golden state warriors. I'm going to have him on because i've known him for a long time and their organization from a p._r. We are standpoint has been voted the best in the n._b._a. Three of the last five years in it's an interesting story. We're gonna be talking with dan stevenson in just a second. If you're into golf particularly women's golf you know that name she's been elected to the world golf hall of fame after career in which he won three major championships and sixteen l._p._g._a. A tour events she also has one forty-one worldwide <hes> tournaments as well including ten l._p._g._a. Legends tour wins and eight worldwide nine major championships but she was a pioneer because she was one of the first l._p._g._a. Stars to openly embrace and champion a sex sells approach to marketing. We'll talk a little bit about that and i think you'll find it fascinating and then right after that toddler is gonna join us. He has been inducted into the college. Basketball hall all of fame. He's a three time all american who played his college ball at stanford. He's considered the pioneer behind the schools rise to national basketball prominence and he led the cardinal to their first n._c. Double a. tournament berth and forty seven years when he was a senior back in nineteen eighty nine he went on to play five seasons is in the n._b._a. After being a first round draft pick of the denver nuggets also played several seasons in the australian national basketball league and when you listen to to him when he joins us don't be surprised even though he's an american about that australian accent that he had and he had the rare ability to dunk with either hand fearless fearless creative and clutch. He amassed more than twenty three hundred points. We've got john sports byline honey. I just the family to boost mobile. We got so much more awesome awesome like what we got four free l._g. Stilo five phones for the whole family four lines for just one hundred dollars a month with unlimited gigs smashed up the car and they have a super reliable super for fast nationwide network for free weight backup. Did you just say you for free l._g. Stilo five phones know something about the car. 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John stevenson joins us on sports byline. She's been elected to the world golf hall of fame after a career in which he won three major championships sixteen l._p._g._a. Tour or events she also has forty one worldwide victories including ten l._p._g._a. Legends tour victories and eight worldwide major championships ups as well jen. What is it that you appreciate the most in what you've accomplished in golf now. That's actually a good question because it's kind of you know mixed stuck in i look back and i wish that i had done less the promotion and more playing because they do recognize that but at the time when i was trying to to change the image of the p._g._a. bec- because the l._b._j. Asked me to it. Obviously it wasn't my decision it. It was so important at the time to turn the whole he major the p._t._a. And worked so hard for that so at the time that seem so important to help and yet when i look back now i wish other places. It's kind of funny yeah. It is kinda funny. When you think about all the tournaments you were in. Is there one that sticks out to you. That means the most now i know you've talked about the open championship and how much that has meant to you yeah the u._s. Open was always a a really big one <hes> bef- even before i wanted strategy and opened and it was something growing up in a stray that just seemed to be that if he could win the u._s. been recognized as basically you know world champion golfer so it there's always something that my father would always you know hold dangling the carrots will need to practice and get up from you know get up early in practice and it was really important assuming that especially with my parents there because they knew how hot <hes> i worked and they of course said he used to dangle a carrot so when i want that it was just you know like something the goal that we've had to about thirteen so that was really important you know i i love winning the majors because they really do you know set you aside because they they are like you know it's interesting because in my friends <hes> the men that have played golf as well the pros they all tell me there is something totally different about the majors features as well as just another stop on the p._g._a. Tour and i'm sure that's the same with the l._p._g._a. As well what did you find as the difference between the majors and just another stop well yeah. You're absolutely right. I mean look at groups. He said he gets so you know so upbeat for the majors. I think it's because you focus on them. You look where they are. In the schedule. Giulini go cam trying to get my my game peaked by them but it's because they make them so much tougher and especially in the in the days when i was winning the golf course assist you in such magnificent condition. They're famous golf courses so you know there you know the tradition of them and then of course there immaculate so nowadays most the closest that way anyway but it's just they they make it that much tougher they make the rough toddler they make you know the shop making has to be on the whole game has to be really on to win those and so and every player plays every top player plays a major so you know if you beat them if beating best field born born and raised in australia at the age of ten you picked up the sticks and decided you wanted to play off why golf <laughter> well you know i i really my father and my mother and father both really tense is my father was a cricket player but he wanted me to be an athlete of some kind and so they felt like tennis with silk mafia back then in those is days when you know when i was eight and nine years old and so they felt like it'd be a great tennis player so they would take me to learn tennis and then my father started claimed new game cool golf and i was like wait a minute lima being dropped at the tennis koopman golf must be removed funding so finally i i asked if i make them they caught me actually lee swinging and selling golf balls and so he got busted and so they they so we can play golf but you can't keep changing so we will never be the best in some. I know no no. I'll stick golf now but i wanna play with you because one thing about it was about golf he could play with. My parents and i couldn't do that with tennis. They way to goodsell. It's great. I have to share with you. People often ask do i play golf and i say no and i said i'm not into self abuse. I said i play tennis and the why i play tennis. Jan is the fact if i make a mistake five seconds later i can forget about it. I make a good shot but if you make a mistake anybody makes a mistake playing golf. They have all the time. They're looking for it. Well that is the problem and you know what else they say about tendencies. You can actually focus your anger and actually work at you know. If you miss the show you can you can use. You know to hit the next one hotter against the opponent but you really can't do that. He's got a whole and i think that actually helped me back. Uh-huh because i'm especially in the younger days i look how muslims and how that i would get upset and cry for hours and it's like wow. I can't believe i made it. You know it is interesting. You mentioned you won the australian open. You were very successful as a teenager as well and all the emotion that goes into playing a sport board at a high level. How did you finally get that emotion under control you know i wish i could say i i have <hes> i. You know i'm getting better. You know i actually just got through competing. We just got through playing pickles just a little while ago and i'm like <hes> you know so competitive but it's just like get so mad. Everyone else is doing it for fun and i just so mad at myself so i don't think i've haven't really got no good but as you as you mellow you know i think since i played the legends tour you know playing with the pat bradley who was just a big rival when i played on the l._p._g._a. Children and how he finds she used to play with now compared to those days so it's not just me i think lewis was very competitive and now we appreciate you know all the people that helped us vacant and you know what it takes to make one event and it's like wow <hes> when you're in not just meal all of us. You know you just get so focused on what you're doing and and you don't really know this so the other things so it's nice. I guess it's the only good thing about getting older. John stevenson is with us. She's been elected to the world golf. Hall of fame and janu joined the l._p._g._a. Tour and seventy four got your first win in seventy six. What did you expect pro golf like the l._p._g._a. Tour to be like and how was it similar similar to or different than what you expected well it was always it was more than i expected them and so that more than i dreamed of and especially since you know in nineteen seventy five when the commissioner of the l._p._g._a. Volpi said you know i'd like you to be the new way major. You know you young and you know come from a different different country but <hes> emotional and you know you look pretty good so let's <hes> let's use this as the new image so he put me into a world that i never even dreamed of you know i mean everybody go like it. Just throw the ball out of the baseball games and i go to baseball practice and when it was getting thank you know towards the end of the year i'd be you know at games football and it was just and i was always seeing you know famous people especially famous athletes late so i leave this world that you're like wow i mean. It was literally like hollywood. Deny was a male so star struck. It was amazing and <hes> you know and it was. It was really really fun to to do that and nothing like that. Ever i mean it was probably more than i ever dreamed of. You know when you take a look at your productive. Period came came in one thousand nine hundred eighty s early part of that. You won the eighty two l._p._g._a. Championship the eighty three u._s. women's open and what allowed you to have that type of success. Where does your game all come together that you started feeling comfortable and confident in it well. I think it just worked so hard. You know it was kind of like once the l._p._g._a. Commissioner left the london had pushed me to do you know much of the images the p._g._a. He left in eighty three and so then it was you know eighty eastbound eighty two it just just looked so hot and it was just some fun to be part of it and i think my game just came around and really was the hog lesser and enjoy. I enjoy being a star and i enjoyed playing in the majors. Show you know being a star and being the centerpiece for a particular sport. It's a two edged soared. What was it that you didn't like about being the focus of the goff how there were two things one. The players didn't like it. <hes> the players thought that that we were selling too much from sex appeal and not enough without out -bility and i didn't like the fact that the players associated name that way so i didn't i'm having friends back then and that it hurt my game to go on. I think i could have really actually like i said in conversation. I think i would have actually one more if i wasn't looking so hot and taking every day off to go made a potential swan certainly do a photo shoot or do something for the l._b._j. You know it's interesting. You bring that up. I remember conversation. I had with michael jordan. I asked him you know how do you you know everybody wants a piece of michael jordan. How do you differentiate the personal and the professional and everything and he said it is. It's very hard he said but when the game is on the line i wanna be the one to determine the outcome and it's an interesting phrase to us because i think that's truly what all the great athletes no matter. What the sport no matter what the sex that's what makes them great. Would you agree with that. <hes> it's a great yeah definitely definitely i mean i've loved you know i wanted to definitely be able to. You know help the oh p._j. In if i hadn't have one being an aniko of it what if i would have destroyed the whole thing that they're doing so it was really important to me to still be able to them. We're talking with jan stevenson. She's been elected to the world golf hall of fame after after a career in which he won three major championships sixteen l._p._g._a. Tour events and she has forty-one worldwide victory will talk about other aspects of victory and her career as we continue across the country and around the world. We've got you on sports byline. 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When i came over here that you know the tour has changed so much and and you know i played in obviously in the strand tour in in asia and in the european tour but if i had i had i had entered as an american help on the l._p._g._a. Tour so then they didn't recognize meisel my international stuff now. If i'd registered as an international player they probably would have but in those days he's dragging tour kinda dissolve for few years after after i left and and so it was i was kind of in no man's land and so they were recognizing anything internationally which was very frustrating and i just go well with with the being very political and i'm probably going to bypass because you know a lot of people that are in did not like what we did with the you know the sex appeal stuff and and when it's personalities finalities obviously very controversial so it <hes> i really was resigned the fact that it was i was not going to get in and so i- i by life and my career is just like a you know a nice screen. I mean great big sunday. I've had everything a chocolate strawberry vanilla ice cream and not and with crane but i was never going to get the cherry on top and when they when nancy lopez called me and told me that i actually made it i i mean that. Was you know we all i. It was definitely a cherry on top that i was just crumbling in it so important to native finish like that and i you know right when i talk about it. Now i still okay signed on to be with these people. You know john oover used the word controversy. Oh a couple of times in our discussion here and i certainly know what you're talking about. I often felt as i watched you when i was a young sportscaster with c._b._s. And over the years of your career that you really use that as kind of a prod something that kept let you go that motivated you. Am i right about that observation well. I don't like being cold controversial but i also you know every time something happens. Consigliere just say what i what i believe and so obviously if i didn't want to be controversial i would just kind of conform and not say anything so apparently unless i could. I think it's because i when if i say something i truly believe it and i'm really i'm doing anything. I say. I'm doing it for the good of the game. You could be p j. It's not like come trying to hook and you know sometimes they get upset. If they you know call my remarks racist and controversial because i'm really trying to help and just saying what i what i the third and obviously that sometimes may not be correct talking to billie jean king about some of the issues and i think the same thing about you is is that you want to be honest about things because you wanna be true to yourself. She once said that to me that was very important to her and i sense in this conversation. That was very important to are you about your character. Well that's true. I mean you know if you knew me. I i you know i'm very grateful. I'm very honest about things and if i i don't like something something to say and and and you know billie jean is certainly someone to look up to. She's amazing. <hes> you know quite a few times and and <hes> she she actually actually did something that was so impressive and i i was such as point of l._b._j. Y you know she came one time to the l._p._g._a. And said if you want same equal prize money as men out for the u._s. Open you can have to be strong and boycott because you know it's the has the money and that's we've done and and that's why you know sometimes the p._g._a. Gonna have all popular players and the same time sometime the l._b._j. And you guys have so many popular players right now and this was back in the seventies. She said you have so many personalities long way from jane blalock and then smoke as myself and only fabulous goals is that you have an opportunity to stand up but you must the u._s. Open and everybody started vote and then someone like moguls. We don't do it. Someone else also get in and what if what if we say we're not going to play and then one person goes and plays it's good and then they win and she was like shaking. Your head and i was so impressed that you know that she came to try to help us and turned it down. Yeah that's billie jean fisher remember. She said to me once when i was making a decision about whether to launch this network or not she said ron you well well enough. You never wanna look over your shoulder and wonder if you could have and that was her philosophy in life. It's brilliant yeah. Let me ask you. I always he's considered the period of time that you play the golden age of women's golf now. Let me run some names by you. Amy alcott pat bradley joanne karner betsy king nancy lopez pez patchy and beth daniel and i'm sure there's others as well. Tell me about that period of women's golf well. You know you're absolutely right that period read like when i first started when i came on tour we still had judy rankin and and <hes> you know in the and and sandra haynie and of course even some that even someone like patti howdy group was to mind when i was a rookie. I actually got to play with the before and she was a founder. Then we went to the golden age between like elba's names you mentioned it's and add moore and julie inkster nalon and it was just such a fantastic time and it was really hard to then because many great players and then you know i keep thinking stacey stacey was seventy. One who famous now there was such great nice so to break through and win one you know because now there's one hundred thirty players but there's not any that stand out you know it was when cari web came through a time when there wasn't much to compete with her and then obviously then you had lorraina and then you had on income and it was just maybe one or two but we had fifteen amazing players and personalities so we had enormous galleries and whoever one had had certain falling it was really hard to break through one of the things i never quite understood is the comparison of male golf players to female golf players players are of course challenged <hes> in played in a male tournament and everything. Why do we have to compare one to the other. I mean why can't we just accept the greatness of of athleticism no matter who plays it probably agree and it's the same thing you know at least list with tennis. I think this is one of the reasons. I don't compare as much as the same school. You'll have a six three or six. We're in golf. You know they don't realize that the menace shooting low low numbers but they're like. I was watching golf on television. Yesterday and then men are hitting irons popeye's. There is no way that any l._p._g._a. That we would ever hit a nine to five. I think they haven't how long they are so you know it's it's hard when they're playing a golf course pasta sixty eight because they're not playing any power five and the women if you look at the comparison pound for pound they've proven that we actually said but the other thing is that we were getting three runs into wars because they they keep playing us back further and said so in comparison i would really i'd love to see what the women shoot if you actually hit the same shorelines in but even then it would be a huge advantage because of the club had spin that they will get so they have plenty of backspin it so it is wrong that they compare it. You know this virtuous. What set you can truly you compare. I know you know maybe a question but it's it. It shouldn't be because these are the greatest players in the loan and i actually think if you compare them. Technically women are probably better than than that. Certainly excellence excellence is measured in any time you put the ball in the hole off the tee and in your particular case you had fifteen holes in one with nine of them in competition. Now you have to give me some insight as you hit a shock. You'll watch the thing go and bounces in the cup. I mean tell me about the holes in ones that you had in your in your reaction to them and how does that well. You know i practiced a lot and i was really to be good. I am planning which leaves so and a lot of it's pretty funny because i always teach that you know that i'm golf course designer that you're not really trying sometimes to actually get it close to the whole all because you know as a golf course designer when you wanna poss read the only way that you can trick people is an optical illusion or for them to go for the pin because then you can't be a bitch. You're trying to get it where they can't get up and down so it's really you should actually be going for the middle degrees so sometimes i have to admit that you know i mean i've seen some whole other players to when they hit these shot that's gone in and i know they weren't even for the pin and saying bad i mean there's some that that didn't but you know i when you have only one. It is amazing experience and and i got really lucky in nineteen eighty two. I had so many i went. I went three times because y you gotta car mas that you went home months ago a tree into which was really exciting and and it is you know when you've had a good shot. That is a lot of good shots. You hit the dunk of him but he just has to have a little like you're going to be just doesn't i just have to be the line has to be distinct too so you know that's a locked but then i feed a lot of great i mean on the great iron play so that potties potties is fun and it doesn't ever go away in the hottest possibly doing to one of them is to come down and play the next couple of holes well. That was always hard for me to make the part of next week. Everybody was high fiving me and knowing the galleries are excited and you saw ripped up about making one that you can. Hey wait a minute cut like four five. Oh let's play you know we only have thirty seconds left but when you think back on your career and you think about a moment that's kind of engraved in jan stevenson's mind. What is at that moment. Oh wow i don't even know i think having having my parents with me when i when i won i mean when in the u._s. open with my parents they're after what we kept dangling that at issue between the u._s. open that that has to be one of the most wonderful experiences to have that then have ronald reagan paul newman well john. I wanna thank you very much. <hes> watching you during the course of your career as i was a young sportscaster it was a joy for me to do that and you've you certainly left your mark on the game and you're continuing to do so which i think is very important as well. You are welcome back here anytime. If you're in san francisco i hope you come into the studio and spend more time with us. Thank you so much. I'd love to jan. Stevenson again elected to the world golf hall of fame. What a career. She had sixteen l._p._g._a. Jay tour events. She won three major championships as well. We continue on sports byline sweetie mom. 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I know you because we're both here from the bay area but i'm just wondering. Was it a natural that you were going to go to stanford. What was the appeal about going to that school. I'll tell you from being honest about it. I it was funny. I had this conversation with my brother. Well maybe we could to things we actually never discussed and <hes> morvai oravec athletics and sort of what i was doing back then and then my ability at certain things and to be honest with you. Stanford was the decision for me. My alkyl went wrong went to stanford on a baseball scholarship <hes> and eight through a ninety mile an hour fastball high school <hes> and when he tried to teach them how to throw a curve whatever that matt was well when i tried to teach me how to throw a curveball so the story goes <hes> at some point he kind of ruined his on was never the same but <hes> why stanford and answering your question was i sort of never considered <hes> professional basketball beyond <hes> stanford off. Will you know fantastic. I'm going to get an education out of this a great education from grade school <hes> so basketball's bogo radio success it never entered my mind that would go beyond college to be quite honestly todd one of the things i know about stanford because of the athletes that i was associated with when i was doing the play by play for football and basketball. They were a different breed. I'll never forget. I got on the team. Charter with a football team and people were reading the wall street journal the people that go to stanford they athletes in particular are a different breed may help me in the listeners understand about that whole academic make athletic situation at stanford yeah look at it is quite unique have to say i don't really know of another university that <hes> in in the u._s. and i'm sure some will argue there are some out there but that really has the stringent academic standards and was also quite successful in sport in fact i. I think i keep hearing that. They won four national championships in various sports than just about any of the school but you know you don't get in unless they think you can get through four years. There's the stanford in the in the rigors of the academic you know <hes> i guess criteria so there are no <hes> sort of. Can we slide. I disguise in if you will. I remember back when tom davis. You probably remember this as well. <hes> he recruited me. He and his staff recruited me actually recruited read them to be honest with you hard to convince them that i should that was good enough to play in the pac ten but that's another story <hes> but you'll remember after my first year then tom. They've tried to get into stanford. Chris really wanted to go to stanford and <hes> i just couldn't get him in <hes> for academic reasons and it. It seemed to be the trigger or the catalyst for tom davis moving on. I just got really frustrated thinking well if i can't because like this how we're going to build a successful basketball all program so <hes> there really is no compromise <hes> having said that i i don't think or my academic merits in high school. I mean pretty much straight a.'s in high school my s._a._t.'s or okay good enough to get in but purely on academic merit. I probably wouldn't have gotten to stanford <hes> without basketball <hes> but i think they look it. <hes> your academic picture at that point and say he's just keep capable of getting through and <hes> not being a problem. I think the priority there is that make sure everybody gets will graduate so i think even though they've got a very low acceptance i i believe that a pretty high graduation success right todd i pointed out you helped raise the national prominence level for the cardinal and take them to their first n._c._w._a. Tournament berth and forty seven years as a senior in nineteen eighty nine and then a little bit later on they went to the final four and i'm just wondering what is it that that changed because stanford always <hes> was reported to have a problem to be competitive because they could not get enough qualified players in their outstanding players because of the academics bill walsh certainly proved that was not the case after while in football but what about in basketball look. I think the only thing that changed changed release just showing people and possibly potential recruits that could be done. You know we had a group of guys that were extremely hard. God all of the rest of them. That came in with me worked as hard as i did. I just happened to be maybe a little bit more athletic. <hes> gifted whatever you wanna call it <hes> and we all looked equally as hard and and we got a just reward that we're all seeking getting into it and unfortunately it didn't end the way we would've liked it too but i think what changed is. You just showed potential recruits. Hang on you if you if you wanna go to stanford and get a great education you can still still playing a great basketball program and <hes> prior to that. I guess you gotta go back to <hes> to the you know the forties forty two and then when the national championship anthony gyp tank we city when <hes> you know the the program had national prominence. I'm sure through the late forties and fifties are they were a couple of pretty good but it it dropped away slowly over time and <hes> i know when i went they are just sort of said to myself. Well look if i'm if i'm any good i would say this day anybody considering going to school anywhere. It really doesn't matter who coaches me but it comes down to do. I want it badly enough. If a work hard enough and do the things are now i need to do and i work you know but ten thousand other basketball players in the country or get close to outworking. I'll get better and i'll stand a chance of eighty making it to the next level. Although that wasn't my solid. I just just really wanted to get as good as i could be. <hes> and you can do that anywhere. I don't think it matters. If you've got to north carolina duke i think be the common denominator to great players. They're hard workers and not just great players probably greg scientists and doctors. I'm greg lowers and great everything else so i don't think there's any secrets as to why people have success and that's to me that it's just hard work. Why do you think you were able to make it to the next level and at what point while you're playing college basketball. Do you think you had a shot at it. When i finished my freshman year i think i was freshman all american first team or second team. I can't remember exactly <hes> when i remember reading or hearing somebody saying that you know if this kid you know. Progressives just have natural progression next three years. It'll be a first draft pick in the n._b._a. Draft i've never heard that before and i thought well wow okay. I better not waste and particularly. I remember kevin johnson was two or three years ahead of me <hes> and i think he got drafted seventh and i remember saying to myself. I think he signed a modern are half a million dollars a year back then or something that's my goal. I wanna sign for half million year and if i can not said basketball's take a priority for the next three years. I'm going to be an jim as much as possible trying to get as good as i can in and see if i can actually make it to the n._b._a. Although academics would probably pretty close behind basketball and crowd as i just didn't wanna waste that three years isn't that the sort of small window i had so i wanted to make sure i got through school but i've probably worked harder than my basketball and then i did my academics and i'm really simply because i'd heard that i was a chance after my freshman year when you take a look at the n._b._a. Was everything you thought it would be or were. You disappointed in some things probably everything thought it would be. I was fortunate to come and a great era in the n._b._a. And its suppose volubly greater now hard to say it's it's different but you know to line up against michael jordan to lonard against magic johnson a lot of against match bird. I mean arguably blade. Those three guys together sure. There's a bigger three names that ever ever play so <hes> n._p._r. Every one of them <hes> look it was it was everything everything is expected to be. I wouldn't intimidated thought once. I got is the same netted. Let's go got stanford. I'm just going to play and play hard and see what happens and if i'm good enough <hes> you know i'll i'll stay in the league for a while and if i'm not will that will sort itself out as well so i had a good rookie season and then i had a a bad car accident after a rookie season <hes> <hes> hurt my broke my foot really badly. They weren't sure i was going to walk properly again. Little down play again anyway long story short the surgeon did an amazing job our rehab to myself when i was ready for the next season and oh i think twelve of thirteen games i hope the cartilage in my left knee that was on the articulate surface which means when you bend to a certain angle it's bound bound and so it wasn't just a simple cartilage. Arledge injury was sort of season ending. I played for that four or five games on that before. We actually had a scam 'cause will it's not horrible. It's just when i hit the angle it really bothers me and just kept swelling after every game so made the decision to get the surgery done but that ended that season and then beyond that for whatever reason i i rarely had an injury prior to that and then every season after all just couldn't stop getting injured and so i suppose the not the ugly part but the disappointing part for me was i was at the injuries pilot up always sort of damaged goods and i was a uh a risk that focus a lot of teams are willing to take and so i get a bit jaded by at all i think i had a chip on my shoulder and <hes> i should've i got invited back to a few camps after my six season to try out and see if i could make a team on passed on that and took uh-huh opportunity that was given to me in italy play elite <hes> and after that i took to that a year and a half often then it comes down to australia sort of my body felt better i got to see it again andrew vlahov who played with me at stamford said when you try and come down here and play with me and playing in our league and <hes> i've already told them about you know now you've been. They'll find just bottom team. I really fit again and came down. I had a few good years as dan here <hes> but <hes> as far as getting back to the original question the n._b._a. I <hes> i was excited. <hes> it was everything everything i thought it would be. The competition was as good as i've ever faced that was pushed up. Non first year. Coach was incredible. He breathed fire sometimes and i think i saw a quote where one of the one of the said that must be can speak two languages that at times he speaks <hes> curses and then he speaks english and he was particularly hard on rookies of that reputation so there were times when the whole time <music> out in a game they just be screaming at me and spit would be flying and stuff but she kinda had to hit a lot of people say when you're getting in trouble by cultural by teacher whatever you still gotta listen and take in what his partner to the situation and let sort of the emotion run out the other ear and so he was fantastic after a game <hes> you know you wouldn't know that there was any problem so later in my career when i said i got a jaded despite all i was felt like it was probably more than anybody else. It probably felt like the world was closing into the walls. Were closing in because i wasn't on this sorta after <hes> and it just felt it'd be different and it was probably more than mine ankle state than than anybody else when you think back on your career and basketball whether it be in college or in the n._b._a. Is there a particular moment. That's engraved in todd liberties mind that will never forget all the probably probably one of my joyous moments was <hes> one year. We beat arizona. Tom is the number one team in the nation. We know he'd beat them two years two years in a row and they were highly ranked but one year they were ranked number one <hes> i think my first year in the league <hes> we made the play offs faced san antonio <hes> actually almost had a triple double my first game in the playoffs and i had a really good playoff playoff run. Even though we lost three actually played pretty well so i thought that was it was a really good feeling going into the off season that <hes> if i put the work in ah could come back and make a really nice career that ninety ninety one day all star in the right situation but look them it obviously didn't work out and and things went a little bit the other way so but i have no regrets off your lucky that i've got five years in the n._b._a. Well you certainly had a great career todd. I wanna thank you very much for your time and congratulations the honor of being inducted into the college basketball hall of fame three time all american who played his college ball at stanford. I appreciate it take care of my friend. If i get down to australia. I'll look you up. Thanks extra hearing from you todd licnen again with us. He's considered the pioneer behind the schools rise to national basketball prominence. He led the car note to their first n._c._w._a. Tournament berth in forty seven years as a senior that was back in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine and he played five seasons in the n._b._a. After being a first round pick of the denver broncos also played as you heard him say several seasons in the australian national basketball league down there at a pretty good average he average better than sixteen eighteen points a game five point four rebounds and two point seven assists and he did as he said also that he battled through injuries to play five plus seasons and then he was recruited by formal former teammate <hes> to come down and play in australia. He also had tragedy in his life as he was in a car accident as you heard him saying he lost his girlfriend. We continue with more of you and sports byline. Remember in the beginning when you first started to build a life for are you and your family. You never imagined it would come to this instead of living your dreams. You're living with debt in fact it's smothering you now. 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After being drafted in the first round by the denver nuggets also played several seasons in the the australia national basketball league and we talk some golf with jan stevenson elected to the world golf hall of fame after career in which he won three major championships sixteen l._p._g._a. Tour events she has forty-one worldwide victories including ten l._p._g._a. Legends tour wins and eight worldwide major major championships good to have you along for the ride hang around. We've got more coming your way on sports byline. Is this jay ritchie. The co host of kita grain the golf show show joe biden offers four golfer fisher to join us every sunday morning at seventy and pacific time when we talk golf live from the broadmoor resort in colorado springs colorado right right here on the sports byline broadcast network you're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network at live dot hotline heartland use fee dot com. 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Now they have disbanded expanded the washington generals globes are going in a different direction and they announced that the generals were being dropped as their usual opponents they had been playing each other for sixty the three years and zolak was raised in new jersey was described as read thin but a sniper on the basketball court while playing for woodbury high school and so we will talk to him about his time with the washington generals and also about the legacy of the harlem globetrotters very special and then right after that kevin ollie we'll be here the yukon had asked ball coach. He led the huskies to the national championship in two thousand fourteen. He played at uconn under former head coach. Jim calhoun l. who so we're ready to crank it up good to have you with us here. On america's sports talk show honey. I just switched the family to boost mobile and we got so much more awesome like what we got four free l._g. 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You can choose your exact room and get free wifi cross my heart stick a needle in my radio. Expect better expect tilton must be healed. Honors member applicable terms and conditions at hilton dot com pinky swear. This is america's sports talk show sports byline u._s._a. Act here's ron bar for those people who maybe have not heard one of the sports worlds. Great traditions has gone down sixty three. That's how long the washington generals had been getting their brains anes beaten by the harlem globetrotters but the generals have been dumped the company that owns the globetrotters did not renew the contract and the globe as a team that hadn't won one game in forty. Four years is now gone one of those that played for them back in the seventies was big al's zolak and joins us on sports byline now. What was your reaction to this announcement announcement well when i i i it's kind of funny how i found out <hes> it's probably about a week ago august sixteenth where i got a phone call from a writer in orlando florida and and he said to me and said you played with the washington generals yesterday he says what's your reaction to them being <hes> cancelled by globetrotters. I said what i said. I never heard that and he was telling me this. This is what happened august the i was there last game so i i was in shock and i was really in disbelief because you know the washington generals like peanut butter and jelly to washington john the harlem globetrotters whenever you said globetrotters always said a generals to and and i was just shocked and i couldn't understand why nobody knew why and everyone everyone was saying that the globetrotters were keeping very quiet. What was the thinking and what type of history did the generals have. How did they come about well. I believe from what i understood <hes> red clots in sapper steamer friends and <hes> red klotz an abe <hes> when they've got the globetrotters together he got with red and said here's a lifetime time contract that you will supply the opposition team for my team as as long as they're around you know this relationship has went back sixty three years and i it's it's just for playing conic stuff history <hes>. It was something that every family did you know when when i played we we sold out. We played seven nights a week a different city every night new york city. We played four games saturday afternoon saturday night sunday afternoon sunday night. We had twenty two thousand for each game. We sold out all over the place we we played christmas night. In philly able fifteen refinish finished in the states april seventeenth plan over in copenhagen sweden denmark belgium england selling out everywhere and it was something it was happening in and even though it was the same show every year people came out and watch it and actually enjoyed themselves. How did they put the team together as far as player wise. Where do these players come from. Okay well. The only thing i can do is tell you my experience the year before i hooked up with the globetrotters <hes> i was going to a place called glassberg state. That's where i play basketball and <hes> it's now called rowing university and i went over. I took one of my little eight year old neighborhood kids <hes> <hes> who lives across the street to see the globetrotters play at the spectrum and when i was over there i saw a guy named jean hutchins who played with the trotters and i knew him from atlantic city when i went to community college and i asked him. How do you get to do this well he. He gave me read clots as phone numbers said call them <hes>. I called red klotz. <hes> i gotta try downlink city. It just so happened. He needed someone like me. Six four shooting guard small forward board and <hes> you know <hes> we had a four day campaign and we met the globetrotters in battle creek michigan and then we start traveling around the row with them and and and and people are so misinformed they said well you were paid to lose. We were never told to lose never toll to lose what we were told to do. Ron was cooperate with their showplace. Now an example of that would be the globetrotters. Get the tip the beginning of the game. They do their fancy which is hard to keep up with them. They ended end up getting a dunk so we're spotting them. There's about twelve show place that we're spotting them. Twenty four points tonight so and the referee shaky we used to that one. Guy's name was riley pitcoff. God bless them. He would call the games and when i was with them things got so violent out there on the floor like for example over in italy. One of the globetrotters went in for up. One of our guys fouled him. He turned around punched her guy. In the face. Both benches cleared. We're fist fighting on the court people in the audience clapping because they thought it was part of the show so then after i think maybe a year or two after that they started having to referees one to do to show plays and one to call the game the real parts and <hes> you know when you're twenty two thousand people besides show place. You don't want anyone to make you look like a fool and it was very competitive though it was run very professionally when we're in the united states we weren't even allowed associated with with them off the court. We had to stay away from them. They traveled in a bus. We traveled in a fifteen passenger van. They stay at the holiday inn's the hiltons we stay at the motel sexist and so forth and so on and we didn't make any money like i said it was a million dollar experience experience but without that million dollars it was just it was just so great just to travel aval and to do something that you love and seeing all these smiling kids smiling faces and stuff stand tastic. How hard was it for you players to adapt to <hes> playing that type of a game when all of you were serious athletes playing basketball before you even joined the generals why it was it wasn't a hard you know they where the stars and lemon curly neal they were the best you know so key saws marcus hanes and and they were the best but it was just like we we knew we we cooperate with the show oh and and and the more we cooperate it. We knew that the better the veteran show was so parts were and more kids will be laughing and founders were enjoying themselves and then we got to play some some real basketball and you know it was it was really for me. It wasn't really a tough adjustment. You know because i got. I got to do something that i love and traveled in seoul the world let me get another perspective from you because i've talked to meadow lark a number of times and i just wonder what he came away with traveling around the country. What did you guys collectively learn about out this country that maybe other people who didn't have the opportunity of doing what you were doing learn well. I'll tell you what i i. It gave me an opportunity to see parts of this country that and see how some people live and to me ron in this great country. Nobody should be living like some people live in this country. As far as you know the housing the area the just just different things like when we when we were traveling member of driving through towns and stuff like that and and it just gave me a feeling of you know i thank thank god that you know i. I have what i have and you know when i look at other people i say to myself. I don't have problems you know. It gave me a different outlook on life. You know when you play in new york city at the garden. That is one thing when you play in a small gym in podunk iowa. That is a different problem. What did you see as the difference between the crowds in those two locations yeah well. I'll tell you the truth. <hes> we played up in new york and a funny thing happened to me. <hes> we used to line up across cross the foul line. They would introduce us each. You know each player when introduced me i took my two steps forward and a gigantic bolt was thrown out alip second <hes> tier and came down crashing onto the floor dot com ago low you know i love new york but you know it it was all about it didn't matter whenever whoever came to see the globetrotters was the same reaction we played some small gyms we played in the big places and it was all the same it was so much so much fun and the people just enjoyed themselves and there was something helping so very different than it is today i would think though when you traveled internationally and i've talked about this as well he told me about one game it was in the eastern european in country and the game was supposed to start at eight o'clock and there was nobody there at seven fifteen very few people there at seven thirty very few people at seven forty five but at about five five minutes before eight everybody came all these cable cars and and everything and they came to the game and that's you think about basketball back in the seventies when you were playing lying in over in europe they didn't know much about the game <hes> we when we were over there <hes> it was different than the united states of course but we play like for example we were in england for <hes> twelfth thirteenth straight nights at wembley stadium and we had fifteen thousand every night then we would go to italy and we'd stay it. He's played before a week at a time and we we would sell out wherever we we went there and it was just a you know over there. We were just we were just rolling. We were world famous than people just came out. No matter what language they spoke and they just enjoyed the show oh and enjoyed everything that was <hes> you know and metalwork medic was did a fantastic job <hes> as far as you know he he was the best entertainer and <hes> you know it was just it was just a a remarkable experience. I just can't say enough about it. Yeah mental arc also said what was unique is is. They don't normally see over in in europe. <hes> some guy that is six eight six seven <hes> who is african american so they stood out as they walked around town and traveled. Yes that was one of the things that when we went over to europe <hes> you know <hes> the the european people were very impressed with height back then i was only six four but they want you know the guard but that was one of the small guys on the team but <hes> you know they always wanted somebody big because then and then maybe in the programs instead of me being six where i might be six five like that but you know yeah they aren't they were impressed crestwood heighten <hes> and they were just impressed with the whole the whole skill of what the globetrotters any generals what we were able to do. I've heard about some of the facilities that they played the ones that stick out in your mind. Well see we played like i remember playing a <hes> a small gym in the midwest. It might have been a high school gym as we are warming up and shooting jumpers on the main baskets one jumper hit the rim i guess in a awkward way and it shattered a whole backboard so we had to do was we had to play sideways and in a small gym and we just went on with the show and you know nelson's affected that people loved it and we went on to the next venue nya. I know i grew up for a period of time. In illinois down in the central part of the state ran tool illinois and i remember a couple of games that we played <hes> it was on in the auditorium auditory him but it was on the stage so it was not a full length regulation court and when the ball went out of bounds you found yourself if you were chasing it into about the second or the third row so so i know exactly what you're talking about how hold on just a second we're talking about the globe's and we're also talking about the washington generals and his career record alzola acts ax as he was playing for the washington generals was zero and two forty five that is a record that would get most coaches fired. We'll talk more about that as we continue you with more of you and sports byline are you an active stock market investor will then you know these three keywords buy sell l. Hold those three magic words can make or lose you money in the stock market. What have we can show you time-tested tool. That's been helping stock market. 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That number is eight hundred four eight five six thousand three. This is america's sports. Talk show sports byline u._s._a. Laissez here's ron big. Al's zolak has join his former professional basketball player. He played back in the seventies for the washington. Generals who have been disbanded and you know when you think about the <hes> the globe's i always remember it as a kid. You look forward every every year to when they would come through town and you look forward not only the globe's but also the washington generals. There was a mystique about the generals. What was that well. You know back back back then it was people always came to see us because it was a family thing to do. Mom dad grandma grandpa. Everybody would get together and come out and see the globetrotters charters in today's world ron. I've been a motivational speaker for twenty five years with my do hugs not drugs program <hes> trying to educate educate kids about the hazards of drugs and making taking a proper decisions and choices and today's world. I can't begin to tell you how many kids never even heard of the harlem globetrotters and that goes to show me that we don't have that family structure structure that we used to have and if found is are pulling apart so is our country and i think we are in trouble. I mentioned about red klotz being the longtime player coach of the washington general talk to me a little bit about him. What was his background. Well read registered play professional. I think he <hes> over in the philadelphia area. He was a short guy and when he came into the game everybody would laugh but man. Let me tell you something he had to hand. It set shots that you know in today's world. They got the three point shot. That was nothing for him. 'cause when we played we didn't have that and and <hes> he was he was he was a good man he he lived ate and drank and slept a- basketball and it was just such a such such a great experience and and i i talked to his son-in-law after i heard it. The globetrotters worked <hes> you know let go and i can talk that last week and we were talking and his son told tell me how how in shock he was. You know he got a five minute phone. Call that said a month ago that said your services are no longer going to be needed and that was it no reason no nothing and and when he was interviewed by a guy one of these reporters he said well what would read class passed away last year. He said well what would happen if read was alive today and and john farley said it would kill him and you know it. Just you know this is just something that comes comes to shop to me it. Just it's such a history behind it and just <hes> you know. I don't know what the reasoning is i. I looked at their schedule not doing their starting a plane in germany and <hes> over over ah in foreign countries right now. I don't know what their what their plans are with this new ownership and <hes> you know they're. They're still <hes> you know. They don't believe it happened happened either in <hes> you know it's it's just a it's just a shame what was his pre-game and maybe when there was a time out you guys got together on the side on what did he would. He tell you given the type of game. It was well. Let me tell you something if you weren't playing defense. If you weren't moving the ball around if you you know you'll be he'll he'll still sits she right down and you know and he wasn't afraid to get in our faces you know and and he he he he wanted every you know everything done properly and that's why when he was alive and he was running. Everything was that's why i believe everything was so so successful because i i called him the little general because that's to me that's what he was man. He wasn't afraid that you know to say anything to you and <hes> as a matter of fact i when the globetrotters lost to the generals once right and from what i understand red klotz had the ball and there's only about four or five seconds left in the game. He is supposed to throw it in one of the globetrotters. I was gonna steal it and go down and score and win the game and supposedly one of the trotter said something to him that he didn't like and he did not do it and gemma's and one needless to say there was a home meetings after that game the date on that game was january the twenty fifth nineteen seventy one the location was martin tennessee anybody anybody final basket washington wins at the general's one hundred ninety nine and regs quote was they looked at us like we killed santa claus yeah oh yeah yeah and then people didn't come to see the globetrotters louis but you know what to show that they were human. That probably did more for globetrotters than they select also. Did you guys ever get comfortable with losing <hes> redwood and allows. You know <hes> because we we we we tried every night. We gave one hundred percent if you didn't give one hundred percent of course she's you're gonna have off nights. I mean <hes> you know. There was games that i you know i had thirty or something like that and there's other games that you know you couldn't throw the ball in the ocean. You know it's just like like any other sport you you know and and <hes> but you see what the people can realize. Was you know the people in new york. Didn't you know didn't wanna hear how great your show was in philadelphia or in chicago or in you know haiti's bird mississippi or somebody that everybody wants to see a great show but the globe trump's run a lot of pressure to perform every night meddling coming in half court hook shot crowing watched him kicked the ball in from half court and we had to be on a one to and that he would adjust us as players just like any any other basketball coach would if you're not doing the job you come over here and take take a little rest sit on the pine and then that's how it was run very very professionally and what are some of your other favorite stories well well medically he used to pick on me to do some reams and that's what we call them reams of show place where he would be <hes> you know pulling down someone's pants or <hes> you know in a corner throwing the ball up your back of your shirt or something like that because i would be into every night and and <hes> you know we just had it was such a great experience in the people that i met <hes> richard roundtree pat boone mohammed ali <hes> gosh she can't even begin to tell you and and and you know just the and also the ego of going around people always asking for autographs and <hes> you know and i and that that's one of the things that i guess <hes> <hes> a few years back i took my daughter to see the globetrotters in philadelphia and i got a hold of red klotz and red klotz came up in the second. Bring my daughter down and get some autographs and he said <hes> well things are run different today how you know but they sign after the game so i got my little daughter and we're waiting in line for about one hundred hundred people waiting in line for four or five glow are sitting at table signing autographs and we're about i'd say tenth or eleventh in line. There's only about twenty people left and all four of them got up walked and i what and they said all the only sign for fifteen minutes and at that point i was so upset because when i traveled i never refuse an autograph jeff as a matter of fact i'd like little card pitchers that had made up and when we were traveling were in a hotel i'd sign a couple of hundred as i'm leaving them handing them out to the people you know so you don't get you know you don't have to hang around all night signing autographs and i never refused any want and when i when i saw that things have changed and i said not for the better i i i think they're forgetting who who pays the pace of freight here. We only have a couple of minutes left but i want to touch on your personal life because it's a very interesting story <hes> when your mom died and you're very close to her she had a heart attack. You began to self medicate with drugs and alcohol. <hes> tell me a little bit about that. Aspect aspect of your life well play with the globetrotters and having a record of no wins in two hundred and forty five losses. You would have thought that i've known what those was all about and i was at all american kid growing up. I didn't smoke. I didn't drink and i didn't do drugs all through high school college and professionally when i was twenty seven years old after my basketball career i worked in a place called wildwood new jersey during the summertime and go down to fort lauderdale florida during the winters and it would be a bartender non drinking bartender and when i was in florida when i was twenty seven i received the phone call that changed my whole life and that was i picked up the phone. The person on the other line said to me your mother's dead and when i got the phone call i felt these feelings emotions and pain and i never felt before my life kinda come up to new jersey. Jersey goes to the viewing of my best friend mother after her funeral. There was something different. I went back on a florida with all these feelings emotions paying when over to a so-called friends house and he said here here big out try some of this this help ease the pain. I said what does he says something cocaine. Now i never heard of it back. Then he told me helped me escape reality for about a week or two so so i said okay and he lied my escapes turned into seven years of living hell where i had a thousand dollars a day habit one time it was a big time drug dealer totally destroyed me and <hes> you know at the end when i used to have a lot of money drugs and friends are run out of money drugs and i ran out of friends and it was about really be tossed into the gutter and they'll place live and nothing nothing to eat and that's what i said to myself. I better get a job. I stopped doing drugs. Got a job met a girl and everything's going great and then i started messing around on the weekends drinking they drug in until one day. I walked into my apartment and this young lady how to surprise waiting for me. She was sitting on my sofa crying her eyes out like a baby with my ringing her hand and walked into the apartment apartment they. She threw me out of her life. Three days later. I'm going over to an older woman south crying like a baby and i admit it that i had a drug problem. This lady didn't get me a big lecture. She didn't scream and yell at me. She reached out to me. She gave me a hug and took me for help and that's i started a program called. Do hugs not drugs because i didn't want any other family early or kids to go through the same pain and suffering. I went through if it can happen to me. A someone who was an all american kid growing up never did anything wrong like that. It can happen to anybody. Nobody was week for that one moment so i've been traveling around speaking in schools to kids <hes> you know speaking imprisons churches council kids for free and <hes> i've been a drug counselor and a high school for sixteen years and you know i'm trying to i sent a letter to bruce willis who i knew from trying to see if maybe he knows someone that might be interested arrested my story to do a movie. I want to reach people you know i the lord has blessed me. You know <hes> i accepted him. In nineteen eighty nine on july twenty ninth and and my life has never been the same and i just wanna reach out and just try to help people not go through that same pain i went through and i've been as long as the lord has allowed me to be down here <hes> <hes> you know i'll keep on doing this. <hes> no one ever told me that doing drugs can affect your future kids. <hes> both my kids almost died at birth and this is after my drug addiction addiction one <hes> was born with sids and had to be hooked to monitor for the first ten weeks and <hes> every night the buzzer went off about ten times a night and you can you run to the credit not knowing whether you're gonna find baby or a dead one and <hes> our second one was born in <hes> when she was ten days old and december twenty ninth at one thirty the morning. I'll never forget this. We're watching t._v. A little bit of milk coming out mouths. I've been down to wipe off the milk. She was sleeping next thing. I know she's turning purple. Thank thank you very much for sharing your personal story and also the story of your basketball career with the washington generals. I appreciate it. You're welcome here any thought time. Take care of my friend. God bless you. Thank thank you very much opportunity zolak with as big al zolak and he played for the washington generals back in the seventies had a career record against the globetrotters of zero and two forty five why we continue across the country and around the world on sports byline hey sweetie. It's mom. I know you and bobby have only been dating for two days but i still still think we should all celebrate. Oh we can do margaritas at chili's. They've got that fancy one of the month for five bucks which is like just as many days as your last relationship funny right talk soon come into chili's now for our five dollars margarita of the month. It's the perfect reason to catch up with friends or celebrate. Whatever together we chilies available at participating restaurants. 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We also offer screening tools that let let you instantly narrow down your search hone in on hiring within deed experience indeed for yourself today and get a free sponsor job of create on your first posting indeed dot com on slash promo terms and conditions apply. This is america's sports. Talk show sports byline u._s._a. Here's ron dr ali joins us on sports byline the yukon uconn head basketball coach and he led the huskies to the national championship in two thousand fourteen and he played at uconn who was an assistant coach under hall of fame coach. Jim calhoun loon. I know kevin that you grew up down in south central los angeles and a lot of people may not be familiar about what that neighborhood what that area was like. Take us inside south off central for you. As a kid <hes> great <hes> you know it has some ups and downs but it had a lot of love and and our neighborhood <hes> <hes> we had you know of course my mother and my father got divorced when he was five and my two sisters and myself be moved out to los angeles so you know i i always grew up in a loving home of course once you walk out of those doors. <hes> you know a lot of things can happen. <hes> if you're not <hes> you you know directed in the right you know right area then i always directed by real good close friends and also my mother <hes>. I had a great pram mother so she i always pray before i left and once you dropped me off at school. She always let me ask you so she always did. That's always protected by angels and you know with the gangs and the drugs they always knew i'll play basketball and always kept my ball with me so they kind of let me let let let me alone a little bit <hes> but you always have to be cautious of where he was going. Who you talking to and how you're interacting with people because you can do a lot of great things that it just take one thing to to make your dream turn into a nightmare and i didn't want to do that. <hes> i had i had also had a name but i wanted to uphold and you know a the mother did a good job of providing a great platform for me to do and i wanted to be good steward over that so i wanted to always make the right this event event you know i i think i did that over my adolescent years and you know of course picking yukon and having ability to go to school then one of the things. I've always heard from kids. Edsa grew up in a similar situation whether it be new york or philadelphia or detroit kevin is the fact that if you were an athlete and the elements in that society that part art of the environment not the good elements but the others knew that you had some talent they were somewhat protective because they wanted to see that kid get out of the elements and go john and my correct about that they kind of disciplined the situation a little bit yeah. That's why i was kinda. I'm trying to say they kinda live vicariously through you. <hes> you know by by ah promoting you and saying that's you know that's that's our friends from my neighborhood and look at him doing so well and also representing. You know go to school now. So we have all different neighborhoods and you have your school in the neighborhood for you to go and represent at school and and go out there in you know my school was los. Angeles was christa <hes> high school in los angeles california so that this representatives represent neighbor was great and like i say they kind of protect you <hes> from all the nonsense and you know if somebody come and try to talk to you. Try to lead you down the path now. He plays basketball well. He's doing something great in his life so that's leaves him alone. Pick that was a great thing that i had gone from the also. Everybody knows about the playground game in the inner city city. What was it like. We're young grew up. Those games shirts and skins on a hot afternoon was great. <hes> my mother was a schoolteacher so <hes> you you know i have to wait for pick me up and and we'll get on those basketball question in one court was a template court and then you have the less accord. That was an eight eight-foot court so when i was smaller always play on an eight foot corden. I was just always drain. When i go back home one day. I'm going to get on that template accordion and wednesday date <hes> you know after we finish plan on a call one of the guys got hurt on the temple of court and rolled his ankle and they guys pointed at me and then that was the first tom i got on the court and i never got off after that ryan. I play real good so he always take me in the neighborhood and so i stayed on that template court <hes> for a long time was the rule if you weren't bleeding. It wasn't a foul yeah. You can call no fowl. No you can't call no foul so you learnt that in early on you couldn't call no foul so allows you to you know effectively still finish layup and get pounded on and you know i was was a skinny young fellow back then so you know i had that route restraint so i started eating all my meals and all that stuff so i taught me a lot of a lot of lessons planning that playground down and and and the other thing if you lost your sit there for like an hour. I'd just didn't want to do that so when i got on there. I was playing so hard that i wouldn't have to lose lose and you have to wait for another hour. You get back on the court so you know that was not going to leave played three or four games in a row and then i said that i might point out to people around the country and around the world at crenshaw in los angeles is legendary not only for its basketball players but for its football teams as well. You started for four seasons at the university connecticut. Now you gotta help me out here a little bit kevin. How does a kid that's down the street from u._c._l._a. and other schools in other schools in the west ever end up in connecticut. I don't know it was they've got <hes> they found they seen me play for a team called nike t._a._s._c. and on our team with jason kidd cherokee parks doug making. We had a very very good. Hey you program and that was kinda right. When you started <hes> in california so we went out to williams <hes> tournament <hes> down in virginia and <hes> how we say me he was assistant coach now. He's the head coach at central connecticut. He's seen me <hes> went back and told coast kowloon that we got a blur point guard. He gets from in line to airline faster than i ever seen. <hes> <hes> coast kowloon bought into it <hes> and the rest is history. I got to yukon. I took my official visit <hes> that gave me one of their husky milkshakes. This was great and then i saw practice in their practices going on about probably our and then a then a fight broke loose about out how three minutes coach didn't stop it at all. They just let them fight and i was like this is just like south central california so i'm so so that was that was history and and and now look back on it was the best decision of my life because coast cow who has a great motivator. He's like a father figure to me. <hes> he's still a lot of things i didn't even even know i had inside me and he brought it out to me <hes> and he gave me not only have one to be a great basketball player good basketball player there but he gave me a platform to be a great leader and i appreciate to this day for that yeah. I was just going to ask you. What was your first impression of him when you met him <hes>. It wasn't the person that i met in my living room when he was recruited me so that was like the first impression he was so nice and polite and then i practiced he blew that whistle and then he changed his somebody the nice guy he just disappeared so he's screaming and yelling and you know he has that boston accent and i'm so used to l._a. Accent and i couldn't understand a word. He was saying but i just wanted them to be. I want him to be proud of me. <hes> i wanted him to smile each and every day i wanted him to trust me with the basketball in my hand in crucial times and he did that from day one <hes> and he just gave me an opportunity to really you know succeed. You know get my degree and he was kind of like a passport to ron. I mean he was able to see you know different parts of the country <hes> we were able to you know take trips overseas and basketball coach caroline gave me that opportunity and he also was always big and giving back to the community <hes> so oh he i really seen his eyes and and what kind of what kind of family man he was in how he balanced not only you know being a head coach down his family was remarkable so he taught us a lot about basketball but more importantly he taught us about life and that's what i try to give back to my my student athletes today elsa talk and after you finish that kinetic you went onto the n._b._a. Now i'm going to say this very respectfully kevin i don't i think you ought to write a book about where to eat and where to live live in cities in the n._b._a. Because you right twelve thirty dollars go beyond next book yeah and and i'll promoted here on sports by how do you deal with the transitory nature of your n._b._a. Career i just had a lot of support brian. I mean my family. Was there. <hes> <hes> my my my mother my dad. They always gave me support jordan you know of course there was some ups and downs but i play with five different as on i two years in the n._b._a. Because count to ten day contract they count that as a team. Thank you get cut. You're going to another ten day contract with a different team. They count as a team so you know i played by different teams in my first two years and then after after daddy got a little bit better where i wasn't traveling as much <hes> signed a five-year deal cleveland got traded after the first season spent four years in <hes> with the seventy six or so you know it it kind of calm down later on my career but you know it's always good to be the <hes> the one <hes> they always gave me another opportunity houses the three eight hundred if not you know they gave me off to jersey on and no matter what organization <hes> that i'm putting that jury upon it's a great feeling understand that you're in the n._b._a. Because i know a lot of people had dreams and those asked racist the plan the n._b._a. And never get a chance to do so and the tell me me too. You know a guy from chris shaw that went to uconn average seven points a game. I wasn't now high school at uconn averaged seven points to play for thirteen. You know thirteen a year than the n._b._a. I'll take that of course it was a lot of different teams but i look back on. I'm like man thank god for giving me that opportunity because look at all the teammates. I got to play with look on the relationships. I've got to formulate and look at all the coaches that i got learn a budget and that's a blessing for me right now that i can say mary brown coast me <hes> rest of solo trump daily coast me all these guys in hall of fame and i had an opportunity to sit down with them day by day. Watch that's how they evolved. Their point guards involved their players in the game plan also how to manage relationships off the court and then also as a coach she gotta be a great problem so how how they solve problems on the fly and how they adapted to different seasons of different players so i've learned a lot from all my travels saw on the back on and i thank god for <hes> when change a thing if i had to do it all over again. Run kevin has joined us here on sports byline u._s._a. I have always seen you <hes> and especially when you became the head coach at uconn kevin i see you as a teacher a role that you're very comfortable with and i came across a very interesting quote by kevin durant. He said that you taught him the ropes and that you change the culture of oklahoma city. We all watched that and we all wanted to be like that. It all started with kevin ollie. Tell me a little bit about the teaching aspect and and how you feel about being able to teach young players i just look at it as just being a mentor and and and another thank kevin durant for san knows kinda worse but i mean they they all told me to. I mean i had you know my family was back. In connecticut. I was in oklahoma home city and a half brothers like that. That's giving me occurs met to knowing that i'm missing my family and they like right there for me and they're being brothers. I mean you know i learned a lot from them and also being you know a great kevin. Durant is but how humbly at the same time and it's worked at it gives unprecedent <hes> to see him every day do that. It can give me those experience and i can bring back <hes> to my players <hes> now even being around the run on having that same attitude <hes> being a servant attitude in deflecting attention off himself. I learned a lot from them. Just being a mentor. I think is great. <hes> i've been through a lot but i think you know <hes> my passing comes from pain ron and i think a lot of people see that a lotta people can can attest that israel <hes> and you you know you know on the other side of the house is always breakthrough and i just wanted to always get those guys that you know no matter. What kind of doubts you having yourself. You still bill gotta go in and half and and not be fearful of anything in life circumstances bigger than you got and you know i just always wanted to teach those guys that through my hard work <hes> through my words and it's one thing to say it. It's one thing to do. It and i always wanted my walk to be congruent what i was saying out of my mouth. I just wanted them to see that and you know. I didn't think nothing of it. I didn't think i was doing anything but you know. I think you know had a great effect on an organization and you know every day. I just wanted to go out there. Be the best person i could be <hes> each and every day for that team and have a winning attitude and lay myself down for my team. It's interesting you say that because i was talking to a friend of mine who <hes> played against you in the n._b._a. And i asked him i said. Is there one one more you know one word that would sum up kevin had cred and i think that's kind of sums it up very well credible credit and you certainly brought that to a you had a similar role roll with the cavaliers jim paxson. Who was the cavs g._m. At that time he said of you kevin was a good influence on our younger players the primary one being lebron and that's a very tentative tentative road. Is it not kevin when you kind of try to intercede with a player who is very very talented. You don't want to overstep what you're doing but you also want to be there to help them get better. Yeah and i think you know the greatest performance on a great as learners <hes>. I really believe that and i think lebron you know his rookie year. It didn't say a lot <hes> but he always watched you know what she was doing. <hes> you know he always was curious of what this person is doing and what what that person is doing and he was always learning. I wanna thank you kevin. I always was hoping to having you on. I'm a big fan of your program there and come back and visit with me again. Take care. We'll we will definitely do that. Keep up with your work to earn a love you and good luck with everything. You're doing kevin ollie with us. 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Here's ron baugh and that's going to wrap up this hour of sports byline a very entertaining our big al's zolak with us he played for the washington generals when they toured with the harlem globetrotters and the globe's record against the general zero and two hundred and forty five and they had been playing against him for some sixty three years when the globe's decided to go in a different direction and play somebody else kevin when ali was with us as well the yukon head basketball coach he led the huskies to the national championship in two thousand fourteen he played at uconn under hall of fame coach jim calhoun and he grew up in the rupp neighborhoods of south central los angeles remember you can hear sports byline u._s._a. On stitcher smart radio stitcher allows aww listen to your favorite shows directly from your iphone android iphone blackberry or web thumb. Check it out stitcher smart radio the smarter way to listen to radio hi. This is edward brown. Join me every saturday at four p._m. Eastern one p._m. Pacific time as i host sports econ one hundred one the show where we look at sports from a business perspective right here on the sports byline broadcast asked network. You're you're listening to the heartland. News feed radio network at live heartland newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers <music> contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's service daily newscasts for tuesday august twentieth two thousand nineteen. I might clifford a move for commonsense gun. Inlaws heads to the states plus will trump judges decide a decade of civil rights topic. Our news fired cop. Daniel pantaleo will sue the police commissioner james o'neill and the n._y._p._d. New york to win back his job that from the new york post his lawyer said monday pantaleo filed the suit under the state's civil practice law and rules and why p._d. Commissioner o.'neil fire pantaleo over the death of eric garner in twenty fourteen incident aww staten island that fueled the black lives matter movement that one is cell phone video showed the victim repeatedly shouting. I can't breathe and talk. Federal gun control of dissuasion continue in the weeks following the mass shootings in el paso and dayton that claimed thirty one lives some tennessee lawmakers pushing for what they call commonsense gun laws democratic representative and caucus chair michael steward of nashville says there are clear steps. The governor could take here in this state governor. Lee should have us implement universal background checks like colorado and many other states have done. That's step one early this year. Republican senator editor steve dickerson introduced state senate bill eleven seventy eight a so called red flag bill that would allow law enforcement to petition a court to temporarily remove a person's access to firearms if believed to be a danger to themselves or others lee has said it's still too early to consider such measures nadia nadia ramlogan reporting facing mounting public pressure and protest outside his louisville home senate majority leader mitch mcconnell has recently announced the senate could possibly consider gun control legislation will lawmakers return in the fall meantime a judicial watchdog group says mcconnell's created assembly line for approving conservative judges who will determine the civil rights of americans for decades to come before recessing last month. The republican controlled senate confirmed thirteen eighteen new judges to lifetime appointments in a two day period daniel goldberg with the alliance for justice says young white mostly male judges will rule in the rights for workers women the l._g._b._t._q. She btcu community and consumer protections for the next three to five decades. People who <hes> use the court youth position as lifetime judges to oh jam a radical agenda that they could not achieve otherwise onto the country since president donald trump took office. He said one hundred forty six federal judges confirmed firm by the senate compared with twenty during president barack obama's last two years in office. I'm russ brown earlier. This year. You may recall mcconnell at a vote to change the rules of debate for confirming firming district judges from thirty hours to two hours that followed his decision to block merrick garland obama's pick to the supreme court for almost a year this this is p. n._s. More than a year after year supreme court ruling some thought would deal a big blow to unions eric. Take it off reports the organization she showed no signs of slowing down at least in washington state the two thousand eighteen decision on janice versus apps me had the potential to cut off one revenue stream to public unions allowing employees to shirk fair share fees even as the unions continued to negotiate for them. The olympia based group freedom foundation thought this would be an opportunity to get union any members to opt out of paying these fees. Peter stars ski with the northwest accountability project says that isn't how things played out. Reality is our effort has been failure as we've seen union membership in washington increase and all along the west coast including in washington union continue to win on important victories like increases uses the minimum wage eight sickly thraw fair scheduling union membership in the evergreen state actually grew in two thousand eighteen part of a trend that began in in two thousand fourteen representation is now close to twenty percent of the workforce making washington the third most unionized state in the country according to the u._s. bureau of labor statistics the freedom foundation did not respond to a request for comment on this story membership in the washington federation of state employees grew from forty four thousand before the janice willing to forty five thousand after that ruling and the life expectancy for people wisconsin has declined for a second state year. That's according to new report. The nonpartisan wisconsin -sconsin policy forum compiled data from the state department of health services and the centers for disease control and prevention showing increased deaths from alcohol abuse in opioids. The group's policy researcher marked summer hauser says he also notice a troubling mortality trend among the states black residence. What we found is is that overall mortality among black wisconsin. I did increase by about twenty four percent within that time period from nineteen ninety nine to two thousand seventeen and that was something that flew in the face of a national national trend mortality rates for black americans were down by six percent during that same time period summer hauser says he's unsure of the exact cause of the trend but notes notes the state's opioid death rate for black people in twenty seventeen was nearly double. The national average in milwaukee county the opioid death rate for all races. This was more than twice the statewide rate between twenty thirteen and twenty seventeen. I'm trauma albion's. The mandatory display of the model in god we trust is going to greet south dakota students when the return of public schools of thursday annie. Laurie gaylor is with the freedom for religion foundation. She believes it's improper. We think this is a very inappropriate motto. Because we have a godless constitution. We are not a theocracy. Nobody has to believe in god. God is no part of our government congress adopted. Could the in god we trust motto back in nineteen fifty-six. I'm by clifford from public news service. We are member listener supported and we're online at public do service dot o._r._g. Our sports overnight america jeff ridge still a happy to be here happy to have you awake at listening to me scusi the world world of sports with you. Where did it in college football because that's something i like to do. I'm a big fan of college football and i could say that i have a fan of the game because ause. I will watch just about anything when it comes to college football. It's hard to give me to watch some n._b._a. Playoff games especially those opening-round series series of those three six and four five matchups to the two seven one eight those ever go to the distance they they probably do. They probably had like six last year but just has a different field college football the most disorganized chaotic doc sport that is popular that they're you know. I think that you can make a big argument. Boxing is a lot more disorganized than college football. The ball schedules are imbalanced unequal. Y'all amongst the conference's most teams conference yes s._e._c. West is very different from the f._c._c. is different from the big ten east from the west. The college football playoff format is unclear listened to the criteria to reach the playoffs. He seems to start with being really really good and then it just depends awed the day we'll talk about college football scheduling because on my bucket list of things that i'd like to see it's sports. It'd be some kind of standardization with the schedules so you know what i hear the comfort that comforts stinks. I think bracket busters. I think that there's a lot of things to college football. 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"Can't hurt them right. This whole thing is ridiculous right the way first off. Let's all be clear. There are hundreds of protesters and a handful. Were armed tried. Let's make this out to be like every protest is aren't and then they're making. It seem like they found one guy there who would say the virus is not real and perhaps he didn't even like there could be more to that sentence or you could say the viruses not real. It's barely worsen the flu. But they're gonNA take that you know most scary looking guy with the Hitler s care cost the haircut and make it out like you know the Hitler. Yuban is coming to the state capital of Michigan. They're storming at and they want they're just a bunch of Nazis right. That's the image. I WANNA paint this like these terrorists Nazis. All those other like you know bad scary things which you know has its positive and negative. So I I I WANNA make it clear that that's not representative of the average protester. Sure second is the question a is this a good or bad thing for them to post accomplish their goals. I think there's a lot of people who see this and think that's awesome. I know that's what I size this is. I can't believe you know you can just legally go in there with all of your guns you're bulletproof vests and they can't do anything to stop you. There's going to be a ton of young people or like this is so cool and it also ruins star narrative. Because you see here you have a bunch of heavily armed people and there's no violence right. We saw in Pennsylvania People Storm Philadelphia. Militia came and a military truck with military style. Weapons in military style clothing. They went and they left peacefully and the more this happens over and over again harder than narrative is that you know these militias are going to kill us. All they're so violent. It's like if they wanted to do violence they would have done it. Well I think that the key with the you've got the First Amendment in the Second Amendment that key with the First Amendment is obviously an all of it has been all of it has been removed during this crisis right. So what's in the First Amendment Freedom of speech? Which has has clearly. We've got soft censorship. The government hasn't quite gone that far. That's been more on the corporate level. We've got freedom of religion. The government has done that shutting down houses of Worship. It says freedom of religion as well as the free practice of freedom of assembly but the key with assembly is to assemble and petition the government for redress of grievances. Which is clearly what these people are doing. That's what a protest and the state houses. It's on public property. Second Amendment right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. That's if there was a time to bear your arms it is certainly when you are petitioning. The government for redress of grievances for abandoning or denying you those other rights. I want to say one interesting thing about this and and we will talk about it when we come back but I think that there are some historical precedent for us to talk about why this narrative especially coming from the Blue Check. Lok of twitter that these people are terrorists is really really incorrect. And how they are being total hypocrites and have no no view of history but we will get right back to that you can call in eight five five four fifty free and we will get right back on that free. Invite for horses does give you quick results. One horse dynamite tour. She took off running across the pasture. Fast she could. You could just tell us you felt great and it doesn't take much just one little stupid in their grain. I've been eating dinovite. To my five horses and within two weeks I noticed a difference in their coats and their behavior. 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Know everything from arresting mothers who have their children playing at playgrounds because they're not social distancing to surfers on the beach. I saw a video of a police officer on a horse on the beach. Who told a ninety three year old couple that they couldn't sit on their beach chairs but if they said in the sand and it's okay totally fine so a man on a thousand pound horse on the beach tells another man that he can't sit on a five pound plus thing share on the same beach but the man on the horse can ride around on a thousand pound horse because he's wearing a costume. Yeah he's got the special costume he also wasn't wearing a mask by the way which is something that we're seeing with a lot of these police officers and then it's being said that the protesters aren't wearing a mask so they must want to catch cove it. I wonder if they're looking for that. Paid Sick. Leave you know? It's not a good time to be a police right now. There's a lot of like you know. Meaningless like Dogcatcher type responsibilities chasing down these together call with all these snitch on your neighbor programs right you gotta call. We saw someone. They were walking out on the street all by themselves with no mask over here fast. This an emergency and they're like trying to find this guy looking around you know it's not like the good old days where just hanging out in the cruiser. You know waiting waiting for some calls just on your facebook you know hanging out like those days are gone now they have you chasing people without masks and it's it's terrible. I feel so bad. I think there's some percentage of course there is some sociopathic psychotic percentage of the police department. I'm not saying if every police department I'm not saying this is most people but there are some people who I know are getting their jollies right now because they can pretty much her harass whoever they want. Almost everyone at some point is going to break social distancing or one of these other things as we're talking this new article just popped up. That I saw from won't get another crazy headline. It looks like it's happening in another state. The headline from Wont Get more armed quote. Booboo terrorists storm North Carolina capital because haircuts and civil war just starts out because haircuts. That's they WANNA haircut. I can't tell if they're doing it on purpose right like to talk about. How whenever the state assassinate someone always like? They committed suicide with two boats at the back of the head right. They love to do this like unbelievable. Like Epstein Right Yes Epstein. Like everything went wrong somehow like all. He was on suicide. Watch the cameras Ramal functioning. The guards weren't there. They're like he broke his neck in the way they're like no one's ever broken their neck before it's like they'd love to do that just like taunt you and I feel like this is another example of that sometimes where it's like you know haircuts and it's all about haircuts just like the people who are awake and like seeing how ridiculous. I says they wanted to. Just get them riled up and just talk them and tease them and and cause everyone knows. It's not about haircuts right. Why are they saying about hair course? Well there's always has to be the narrative and we'll talk about the historical precedent for this narrative. Maybe we could talk about that a little bit with Pete who's calling in from Atlanta Georgia. Pete are you there there Pete Thinking? Hey Hey there. Pete how are you? What did you want to talk about today? Oh I don't know before I get into this really cool dude. I know posted up about what apple's new update on the next IPHONE IS GONNA be. He posted that last night on twitter. I WanNa talk about that but I was just going to share with you something that I heard in South Africa. Now you're not allowed to leave your city unless you have a permit was in South Africa about Africa are tied right. Yeah it's like they're going back to this and I have a feeling that I know this particular Pete in Atlanta Georgia. A have a feeling that this is our friend peaking Yoenis. How's it going Pete doing very well doing very well but yes? I have a friend WHO's married to a matter. Mary South African woman and she called home today and her family. They're not allowed to leave the city without a permit. What are these permits? Look like are they. And how are they being issued? You have some information on that. Is this yet another thing that's happening through the through the magic of smartphones? Or are they printing these out? How how does one go about getting one of these permits? I will find out more information and I will get that to you so I wanted to ask you as someone who. I know that you are a gun enthusiast. I thought that this would really really be something that you would want to talk about. The these armed protests and the fact that these people happen to be carrying weapons while they are protesting calling them. Terrorists is an interesting turn of phrase I think and I wanted to just read something and then perhaps you can give a comment on this. This is taking it back to nine hundred sixty seven the Sacramento Bee. This is from the pages of the nine hundred sixty seven and why I find the woke blue. Check Movement calling these guys. Hashtag Michigan terrorists crazy. A the headline is armed black panthers invade capital may second nineteen sixty seven. Now Mind you. I'm going to say up front. This is from an article in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. I'm reading it verbatim. Two dozen armed negroes entered the State Capitol at noon today and made their way to the back of the Assembly Chamber before they were disarmed marched away by state police. I'll read more as we come back. Pete stick around. I wanted to get your thoughts on this. And the Historical precedent what this means. This is actually how open carry was removed in the state of California. So it'll be very interesting fitness. Wants to call in. You could do that. Eight five five four fifty free and we will talk about this when we come back right here on free talk you want more businesses accepting bitcoin cash and dash now with any pay you earn passive income for every purchase at those businesses finally a financial incentive to spread bitcoin cash dash. You made it happen so you receive the rewards download the any pay Cash Register. App and add your crypto currency wallet addresses then. Install it at a real life business and tell us what you did at any pay INC DOT COM ANY PAY INC DOT com. 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And of course here are free. Talk Live you can call in. We're discussing the lockdown. We're discussing Cova were discussing constitutional rights. Do they exist do they? Not The in the context of the Michigan protests. And maybe some historical analysis as well. If you'd like to talk about this topic or of course any topic you can call in eight five five four five zero three seven three three eight five five four fifty three. We had a pete on the line. Pete has stuck around our good friend. Pipkin Yoenis Pete we when we left off right before the break I was reading off. Nine thousand nine hundred. Sixty seven may second in the context of these Michigan quote terrorists who are storming the capital armed to the teeth when I saw and I saw whoop twitter especially especially my fellow people of Color saying oh I could only imagine I can only imagine what would happen if Brown people were to do something like this. I said well you don't really have to imagine. Because here's the newspaper clipping from the Sacramento Bee. That says may second nine hundred sixty seven. Two dozen armed negroes entered the State Capitol at noon today and ten made their way to the back of the assembly chamber before they were disarmed and marched away by the state police. The assembly was in session at the time speaker pro. Tem Carlos be ordered. The men removed from the Chamber outside the Chamber. The police took away the weapons. The men argued they could carry the weapons as long as they were not concealed. Apparently the fact that weapons were not concealed was the reason the men were able to get as far as the assembly chamber before they were disarmed. This is actually the incident in which open carry in California. This was used problem. Reaction Solution as the means to remove open. Carry in California Pete. You are an advocate of the second amendment but our right to defend ourselves. What say you about this sir? There's a lot there occupy Democrats that Offshoot of MENSA. They put out a mean today. That had a picture of some Isis people at a picture of these guys and it said the only difference is their country of origin. So I don't know how to take people like that seriously But this is I mean. There's so much there when you think about this. I mean anybody who knows about the laws that were instituted in nineteen sixty seven in California knows it has to do with the black. Panthers knows that the hero Ronald Reagan was behind it. And it's it's just your perfect demonization and really the way I see it is. This is the death. Rows of the people of the Gun Control People Three D. Printer a a milling machine. You can make firearms in your house. The gun control argument is over a two hundred and fifty dollar three D. printers you can make a frame. You can make a Glock spray and you can order on the Internet. A fly and you're done and it's unmarked at this is just the death throes of these people who know that their defeat and the demonization of people who. I think it's funny that the attack wasn't oh they WANNA kill people with coded now. It's like switched over to the the gun issue because the Kobe thing is over. I mean the CDC has actually revised their numbers down and that was released yesterday. And that's that's making its way all over the Internet. So and then there's there's so many other things you can talk about it. You're talking about the fact that if you believe in the constitution if you believe that you know that lie that we are the government. These people should be able to say guns into any public place. They pay for it because they are the government. It's just a really clear it will. It shows anyone who has is to see that tyranny has taken over and you are not the government anymore. The government is untouchable over in Michigan. Right that's what they're showing it to say we will not be subjugated. You may think you're the Queen Governor Whitman more. You Know Her Excellency Governor Whitmore but you are not. We are going to violate your so-called lockdown order and we're going to do it in a way that that just makes you know who has the power right. We're going to go in there and show you that. We will the fans this country from all enemies foreign and domestic. And it's legal for us to do this. I think the question here though is an and myself is always looking for the patterns of history. The move after nineteen sixty seven with Reagan with the things that happened with the Black Panthers was not just to end open. Carey in the state of California which now the state of California is certainly on the forefront of this particular lockdown tyranny but it also coincided with co Intel pro the FBI counter intelligence. If you WANNA call it that operation that neutralized quote the leaders of the Black Panther Party and that was through facination imprisonment on false charges. You know public sort of scandalizing and shaming and. I wonder if the same playbook is not going to be run through because it seems like on both sides of this issue nobody is bringing up the fact that we we've seen this play out. We have seen the media. Go after armed terrorists except in that case they were the Black Panther Party and then the same people who were Hash tagging black lives matter you know two years ago or whatever are the same people hash tagging Michigan Terrace. It's it's like history has been forgotten. We're entering into this this black hole. Well I think that's why this is important. That trump cuts reelected right. You're looking at the blue checkmark. What they say the mainstream media all the Democrat politicians and then look at what trump says he says. There are very good people there. Let's yeah let's let's get into talking about the eighth Pete. Thank you very much brother. Thank you for coming on x and trump has been known to get in hot water with very good people comments such as Charlottesville. They're very fine people on good sites right you know. He's not wrong right. Whenever there's one of these controversial protests many people go there with great intentions. They commit no violence at almost every violent incident riot protests. Whatever you WANNA call it. Only small percentage of the people there go there to commit violence or actually commit violence so saying there was fine. People I think is is very much a true statement both in past incidents and even more so in this incident where there was no I was just about to say there was absolutely no violent so I would think that if you are an individual who is carrying a weapon and you still maintain yourself in a peaceful manner. There's something to be said that you are actually a greater and more moral individual than someone who does not have a weapon because it may just be that that individual who didn't have a weapon the reason why they didn't use it because they didn't have it but in this case you had the capability to use it and you did not in my mind that makes you. You have even more self control and I also think there's a good argument to make that having weapons there. The escalates things right if someone has a gun and you attack them. You know someone dot if everyone's disarmed to talk demo. Oh just a brawl. You know just the good old bar fight so I think having weapons there reduces the incentive for violence in for conflict. Everyone keeps calm heads. I one hundred percent agree. We will be talking about more of this when we come back. You can call in and talk about of course anything that you would like eight five five four fifty free here on. Free Talk Live House. 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Eight five five four fifty three seven three eight five five four fifty three so the Michigan protesters went and some of them were. Aren't they stormed? The state capital stormed in air quotes they. They just opened the door and walked in and they guards in the police said you know it's your come on in. You can do this. It's legal well. It is completely legal to protest in the State Capitol building. That is where you pro to answer. Bring your assault weapon as they like to call it right. Your your big military style lengthened. You know you know the funny part about. This is in New Hampshire where I spent quite a bit of time where most of the free talk live broadcasts. Originate one of the things. When you go to New Hampshire and you are part of the Liberty Movement there is there is a normalization because it is a constitutional carry state which means that you can carry. Concealed carry open. Carry no problem. The constitution is your permit that permit. Karai you haven't it's it's right there. This does normalizes at least in certain communities that take advantage of these rights which the porcupines the free staters to liberty community. There you will certainly at events see people with firearms of all kinds long guns handguns and it normalizes it so that you see your friends there. You see people who are wonderful. Who are there to protect you? Who are liberty-loving sweet smart people who are just exercising their right to keep and bear arms something that the founding fathers clearly thoughtless important they put it as the Second Amendment in the bill of Rights. And when that's normalized just as the Black Panther Party was trying to do in nineteen sixty seven. The State becomes very afraid. This is this is the means for tyranny. I believe it was. Thomas Jefferson who said when the state when the people are afraid of the government that is tyranny when the government is afraid of the people that is liberty and you see when they talk about storm. This hashtag Michigan terrorists. You've got people who are siding with the government. People who are being oppressed who are in a lockdown siding with the government over the people who would like them to have their liberty and I think that's interesting also. What I think is interesting. What was the response? Did the governor move and I think that that's a very important thing to discuss. And if anybody wants to talk about these things tell us what's happening in your state in your Commonwealth in your country we would love to hear from you anywhere in the world. A eight five five four fifty three seven three three eight five five four fifty free so this is from ABC twelve in Lansing Wjr. T. Today talking about. What is Governor Whitmer doing? She did announcement today. Whitmer allows construction real estate and outdoor work to resume. Construction real estate and outdoor workers are allowed to get back to work next week. Under a new order from Governor Gretchen whitmer her seventieth corona her seventieth corona virus order. What is she making an order like every day or this is crazy allows a residential and commercial construction to resume on May seventh real estate activities and all work traditionally performed outdoors also will be allowed to continue with mors previous orders requiring proper social distancing wearing face coverings in enclosed spaces and health screening remain in effect for those workers before they report to the job site the quote. Stay home stay safe. Order remains in effect until may fifteenth which prohibits all public gatherings of any size outside home and any non essential. Travel that we're non essential just keeps. That's that's A. That's a new one. The quote the data shows that we're ready to lift some of these restrictions while also encouraging michiganders' to continue doing their pardons under the governor's stay home. Stay safe order said. John Cale Dune. Who Has Michigan's medical chief? Executive construction companies must take the following steps before they can begin work and then there is a litany of steps. Seems really ridiculous. That construction workers were not able to get to work during this period of time. But they're constructing buildings in a situation where certainly commercial real estate is about to take a massive hit. People's houses are certainly going to be foreclosed upon all of that but it doesn't look to me. Alex like the governor is really being moved. These protests. No I I see progress right. We need more of those. What do we see? We see a bunch of people show their displeasure and show them that. They're not gonNA take it and was governor. Do they acquiesce. So I don't see this as Oh if you go to the pro you go protest. You'll get nothing it shows you get something. What's the response protests more? I take your fifteen. Take Your Samurai Sword. Take whatever you have your water gun and go to the capital and show them how you feel and I think if more and more Americans stood up and said we will not be subjugated. We want our rights back. You cannot take them from us. We would have progress even faster about after a one of these every single. How long do think the travel would be defined as essential or nonessential right pretty quickly. They'd realize that you know the people have had enough. Let's be honest. People have had enough? Unless you're one of these you know blue checkmark media talking heads who they don't they don't suffer it all the more cast going on the more secure. Their jobs are becoming the more they can talk about legislatures. They don't offer all these elites who aren't suffering. It's easy for them to say. Oh just stay home you know. Don't worry we're GONNA take care of you. How many people haven't gone there? One thousand two hundred dollars. That's going to make a difference to a family. How many months have they been out of work in many states? So I I know we're going to give you a one thousand two hundred dollars as compensation just keep staying inside most family star auto money. They don't have money. People are losing their jobs. They're losing their businesses. This isn't just we want. Haircuts were storming capital so we can get our fresh you know. Barbara Shop hairdos No. It's they want there to be a barbershop to go to when we open up again. That's for their or their barbers. Yeah right there. They're all these people. There was a patent Oswald. The comedian and actor. I guess we can put that in quotes as well had this terribly. Tone-deaf tweet where he said. All people are protesting saying open fudd rutgers and I guess he was trying to be funny but there's a deep cynicism in there and it is. It's not that people want you to open fudd records so they can go and sit down there. How tone deaf do you have to be to understand that? Some of the people protesting work at restaurants that have been closed. Some of these people work at bars. I spent about a decade living in Las Vegas. Most of my brand is associated. The Armani brand is associated with Las Vegas. Las Vegas is completely shut down. I I have friends who are bartenders. Servers strippers escorts all of these people. There's they survive off tips. You shut that down and I mean they are truly truly struggling and these were people whose lives were honestly just fine moving right along and the governor there is is really pushing it and he needs to be careful because Nevada is an open carry state and that Particular County is where the whole bundy standoff went down. So I agree with you. We need more of these but that is why. I anticipate that we're going to see open. Carry start to be turned off in a lot of these states or we have to say that. Come and take it. Come and take it come and we invite you. You know you know where we are. You're free to come inside them. We don't have addresses so my my firearms idea right. It's just a Po box. So if the government wants to take any weapons I may or may not have you know they can come to my. Po Box and we can have a chat. We'll mind were all lost in a boating accident. So don't even bother to even be. Oh box because mine were complete. I had a boating accident. Everything was completely lost. We were really in this unprecedented time. We're looking at how. How are these protests? Even going to shape out. Are we going to start there being organized on facebook? A lot of them. I would expect that. We're going to start to see the type of soft censorship that we've seen of other things starting to happen with these protests movements as well especially if they're able to label them as terrorists writes good. I think that's great. It's GonNa Awaken more people right. All of this is really waking people up. They do not care about you. There's a great big club and you're not in it right. All these people are saying. Oh It's no big deal. Just stay inside right. Those are your elites and average manage like. Wow these people. They no compassion for the average American. Who suffering tremendously right now. Their business income their family. Everything's at stake their children's education. Not everyone can afford to have tutors right. So it's it's really waking people up and I think the facebook censorship will do the same. So I'm excited. Yeah we're GonNa talk more about censorship when we get back not censored here. This is free talk live. 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The onion news network a free talk live. This is free talk. Live the Friday show. We'd love to hear from you. Call in eight five five four five zero three seven three three eight five five four fifty three as I said we're here it's the Friday show however it is Saturday morning for myself and the gentleman sitting across from me. I am Vin. It's Alex and we are in the beautiful. Us Mariana Islands. Oh boy it is. I'm looking outside and it's glorious absolutely glorious. I think Guinness World Records. Isn't it that this is the the best weather in the world or something to that? Consistent temperature most consistent temperature which all of those people who say oh I want I want the seasons. I want the four seasons though. I'm you want the one good season. The reason why you like the four seasons is because it's kind of like hitting yourself in the head with a hammer because it feels good when you stop. That's basically what you want this all all three sixty five so I'm pretty excited to be here and I'm feeling good. I'm feeling good. It's the morning here you know it's not like I've been dragging all day and we gotta do a Friday night show. No it's it's the morning and it's it's pretty wonderful and we have not been subject to the level of draconian lockdowns as most of the other people in the US. Yeah you can get a haircut. Here is as dangerous has may be. You can brave the bar. You can slap on a mask and brave the barber and we haven't had a case in two weeks so it goes to show you that these. The Cure is worse than the disease in many cases and we do have some places that are opening backup. It seems but we have others. That are not this thing seems to be dragging out in weird weird ways. So let's talk about. How long can we expect this to go on? Yeah well if you listen to the experts which that's the new thing it's like the scientists the experts the This secret source from the intelligence community. So I'm on CNN. And they have another one of these stories and the headline is expert. Report predicts up to two more years of pandemic misery two more years. Oh my goodness they say. The new krona viruses likely to keep spreading for at least another eighteen months to two years until sixty to seventy percent of the population has been infected. A team of long standing pandemic experts predict and their report released Thursday. So it's it's just like I don't get what's the plant so your time is supposed to last for two years so why this current strategy does not seem like a two year plan. Well let's explain what is supposed to last for two years because we're already seeing like if you go to. The New York City has been posting up their hospitalization their cases hospitalizations and deaths. You look at that curve. It's all the way at the bottom. It went up. It's gone down. It's a very clean curve. What are they saying is going to last for two years? Remember when it was flattened? The curve they went from flatten the curve to move the goalpost. Now it's like oh no never mind. We didn't do this to flatten the curve. Now we've got to keep you locked into your house until absolutely no one on earth has or either everybody gets it and there's no more cases no more cases going to the hospitals. It's unrealistic it's unbelievable and what's interesting is that the the curve itself looks very much like any seasonal cold or flu epidemiological curve. It came in it was basically. You had your two week ramp up. You have your two week. Fall off is basically a month. Twit flu season looks like now. I know that it's not politically correct to say. This is something like a flu but I think one of the big problems here is that the knock on effects. It's not just the staying home but as we were talking about earlier during the break you and I. It's also led to this regime of soft censorship. Should we call it soft censorship? What how do we even frame call it censorship? The I call it a creative censorship censorship. Yeah says historically countries could just say. You can't say this you can't do that right and if you disagree while we're GONNA crucify you. I say used to do in the older days. Or Hanyu or whatever's the execution means by Dow is the the the rescue took when you spoke out against the state but there was one country that said you know what I think that people have the right to say whatever they want and so in America. We have this challenge and by we I mean they. The the government has challenged tyrants. Have this challenge of what do you do in when the people are saying things you don't like and they've been having trouble with that over the years because the courts have been pretty good on this issue And I've said you know you have the right to say things that people don't like. What's the point of free speech? If we're just protecting things people want to hear the pointless right. No one wants to take away your right to say that you love this or you like that or you know if flowers smell good honey is sweet like you don't need free speech for that. You need free speech for saying critical things. Outrageous things controversial thinks so. The courts have ruled that the government can not censor things. Unless it's a direct call too so you can even say I wish group acts you know didn't exist right is legal in the US right not in many other countries because they don't have free speech but the US has pretty good free speech so they need to get creative with their censorship and they realized while we the government can't censor things but we can outsource this to a third party and then that's okay on that point. I think that there was this week. We had the super interesting and it shows the dichotomy. I've just I've got the story here. That's on ABC Twenty-three in Bakersfield where actually at a ABC twenty-three video was censored it's this video of these press conference held by to Bakersfield doctors and says watch controversial press conference held by to Bakersfield doctors that was pulled down by Youtube on April. Twenty fourth two Bakersfield Doctors Dan Erickson and Artem. Masisi help held a press conference questioning California's stay at home order. Eriksen in Masisi said their facilities have tested over fifty two hundred patients for the corona virus throughout the country making up for over half of all testing in Kern county. According to their data the death rate of the Corona virus is similar in preference to the flu quote. Now that we have the facts at Dr Erickson. It's time to get back to work. Ericsson said he believes. Businesses could reopen and has testing continues. People could start going back to work. In fact Eric suggest that staying at home too long could be even worse for people's health. Then on April twenty-seventh twenty-three ABC received an email from Youtube. Giving the station notification the video had been taken down citing youtube squad community guidelines twenty-three. Abc has appealed the ruling through YouTube. Twenty-three ABC News also reached out to Youtube regarding the notification and a company spokesperson issued a statement saying the video was pulled because the content contradicted the guidance of the local health authority quote. We quickly removed flight. Content that violate our community guidelines including content that explicitly disputes the efficacy of local health authority recommended guidance. On social distancing that may lead others to act against that guidance said the statement however content that provides sufficient educational documentary scientific or artistic context is allowed for example news coverage of this interview with additional context from the very beginning of the pandemic. We've had clear policies against cove in nineteen misinformation and are committed to continuing to provide timely health information at this critical time. I think this is crazy. Content that explicitly disputes Physi- of Local Health Authority recommended guidance. 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DOT FM Free Talk Live the Friday show Saturday morning for us here in the beautiful Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. I am Vin and it's Alex and we would love to hear from you you can of course call in and talk about anything that you would like to talk about. The phone number is eight. Five five four fifty free. That is eight five five four five zero three seven three three. We've been talking about Cova. Did the government response how long this might last. And show what wh- we can call them the knock on effects the second third fourth order effects. One of them seems to be censorship but of course those of us who are for censorship resistance. And especially if you listen to the show you know that. Bitcoin and CRYPTO currency are keys. Big Keys to liberty in this world and wallets are important to that and the next generation wallet from Divvy is coming in just a few taps. You'll be able to spend earn store and exchange digital money in seconds. 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You know the active beginning when there is uncertainty and make sense that. The policy is a little chaotic a little unclear. No one really knows what's happening. But as more and more data comes out a become increasingly concerned that there's an alternative agenda. I'm starting to worry. What what is the real virus here? Is it corona or is it these government policies? These lockdowns all these other restrictions. We HAVE THIRTY MILLION AMERICANS UNEMPLOYED were spending trillions of dollars. Agree like it's monopoly money and they're just talking about Moore. I saw an article. Nancy Pelosi calling for a trillion dollars in local government eight. There's this every day all see some article where someone calling for more money for this more money for that Illinois wants to get its pensions. You know. Get Aid for that. It's like what does this have to do with Corona Illinois had a bankrupt pension system. And now it's like you know. This is our chance you know because of corona our. Pensions are struggling. Extra hard. Like you got to help us out. And it's like this is totally evolved from being a public health crisis in just a crisis of tyranny and a global crisis of tyranny. We've got. Let's go ahead and get to the phone. We've got IAN IN PHOENIX ARIZONA. Ian What say you sir? Hey there hey. I didn't realize that the Mariana Guys Ron Nights. You may not have an update but I wanted to confirm that four is happening And get any update. You may have whether Rogers has That anything about it either way. I do not know whether or not pork fest is happening. But I have been wondering about that myself. If there aren't updates on the site. I would say that you could reach out to the FSP and ask them. They're quite responsive. Free State Project. I believe it's SP DOT org. You can go ahead and just reach out of our classes is not their event. So he's he's asking. I believe he's asking about Pork Fest P. O. R. Fest which one are you asked out with an f? Oh Yes oh I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm sorry interns. A fork fest. Yeah I am. I am not sure if Rogers campground is open. Then it will happen. It's decentralized after all so can't be cancelled yes because I would talk to Rogers and see if they're open there's also a telegram shot on fork fast. Dot Party You can connect with other people interested in the event so I would go there. Talking telegram shot get the latest update network with some like minded individuals excellent. Yes so please go and do that. Yeah fork festus decentralized so rogers if Rogers is open and I see no reason why a campground couldn't potentially open. I think that it would be a great thing if people did show up and and express their their personal liberties to conscious is their right to assemble agreed. So if you go ahead and want to do that. Thank you for the call. I'm sure that there were some other people wondering as well We will try to get some information on that before the end of the show will reach out to the folks in New Hampshire. And we'll get some of that information and bring it on their. Thank you for the Thank you for the call into question. And we've got Steve in New Mexico. He wants to talk about Corona virus. What say you Steve? Yes thanks Like your show by the way Yeah a couple of points I really WanNa make to all the people out there that may be on the edge of wondering whether they've been hoaxed or not concerning this corona virus this this using logic from this point as far as I'm concerned it's obviously a hoax number one. The testing you keep hearing over and over and over again is a what they call. Pcr test and there's another type of test cultist thriller Serology Test which is being done and when it is being done it's It's almost under laboratory conditions in the protocol to actually nail down a specific genome. What I mean by that is. Corona nineteen is a specific gene of a corona virus. This test that they're using the P CR chest cannot tell you whether it is a specific genome can only tell you that you have some junk. Dna antibody in your body which could have came from a regular cold flu and because the common cold is corona virus. That's why you don't have a vaccine for the common cold because the common cold you teach too much too quickly look virus. Yeah let me let me let me ask you this though Stephen. I think that in this in the conversation about hoax. I think it's very important that we that we define hoax because it seems like agree talking about in the first hour that if we don't define what it is that we're saying is a hoax. Because I'm not saying that I necessarily disagree with you here that it seems like this is going to be defined for us in the worst possible way. So are you saying when you say this is a hoax? Are you saying that there is no virus? I have a feeling. That's not what you're saying. I just WANNA be sure that we are clear on this. Can you define what you believe to be the host? I think we're probably aligned with this. But why don't you go ahead and define that for people so that we have that clear? Upfront PROBLEM? No problem at all. Obviously there's many many viruses out there and there's all types of strains of corona virus You can prove that to yourself by looking at CDC patents They go back sixty five years. it's been around for a long time so what I'm saying has no. We all have had the flu. Most of us are cold. Lifetime what they have done in my opinion at this point the numbers. Tell me this although you know. Let's put it this way make it simple yes. There may be a corona nineteen out there but my point is tested using cannot tell you that so they got it. Steve Steve. Why don't you? Why don't you hang on because I think this is an important conversation? 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A lot of what I say and Steve. Tell me if this is maybe not an accurate representation of of your position here because I feel like this is my position as well. It seems like as we were talking about in the censorship of these doctors. That science and medicine as we've known them seem to be being thrown out for sort of ignorance superstition and the power of the State does. Does that reflect sort of where you're going with this idea that we're undergoing a hoax at the moment? Oh absolutely and call you have to do is You know look at the Rockefeller influence in what they call the flexner report which brought US allopathic medicine in basically all other medicine illegal and that was done in the nineteen thirties. I don't remember the exact date but look up the flexner report by the Rockefeller funded by. That's changed us to allopathic. Rockefellers Has Their hand? All over. This in my opinion could be wrong And I I you know I think that people before this before this whole thing happened might have said that some of these statements were the statements of Tinfoil hat people. But it's hard to say that this is all some sort of a conspiracy theory when this whole thing breaks down and who do we see on TV not a doctor not a scientist but Bill Gates who in many ways the modern representation of Rockefeller Oh absolutely and and he's a complete failure? His mom gave him the contract. She was. Ceo of IBM did nothing With windows He stole CPM which became windows. Or Dos I should say dos operating system windows came later. But here's the other point I need to make. Okay have a test out there. They're telling everyone get tested. Get tested get tested. It's all you frigging here. Okay you get tested with a piece yard test. Which is the swamp even the the new test which is five ten. Minute test is even worse. Is Eighty percent false positives because amplifies a very tiny amount of in a and can have any corruption the amplified in it's worthless so everyone out there thinking they have to get tested. It's a worthless test. You have eighty percent all's readings which means the numbers go up. Why do they want testing testing testing? Because the numbers still up in the numbers being nothing. It means you cold or flu in your lifetime. If you have a fever you come down with. Here's what I'm saying. It looks like they took a common flu because they cannot tell you specific genome with this test. So they can't tell you that you have corporate nineteen it's a sham. Like you got the flu. And if you're old and you got other preconditions yeah you might move into ammonia and die. That's been happening every year and we'll continue to happen but but they're throwing at you in the media now. I think these are these are. These are excellent excellent points and I think that people the most important thing here and I think that your thank you for your call Steve. The most important thing that people need to keep in mind is that there are so many inconsistencies here that regardless of what the true story is it is most definitely not what you're hearing from the official narrative. I think we can all be clear on that. Wouldn't you say well? Yeah what happened to the ventilators to you? Know they're giving me two thousand. I need thirty thousand ventilators all going to die unused and then many doctors coming out and saying that the ventilators are actually doing more harm than good. That ventilators may have actually been killing people. Yeah it was the majority of people on ventilators still die so yes painting as oh. That's this Miracle Cure. If only the federal government you know could save us and bring the ventilators like you know. It's their it's their job right. The only reason the federal government is to provide ventilators. It's not like the state. Could the local sticky get by layers? It's not like the hospitals without the feds. We'd have no ventilators. Everyone's GonNa die. Meanwhile on the ground the reality is majority of people who use layers already died exact and there was some evidence suggested valets created more complications than they solve. So it's inconsistency after inconsistency and they never go back you never hear him talk anything about. Violators now disappeared. It's gone it is contesting. It has been put in the memory hole. Yep this is we've if people call in and talk about this or any subject we we have full lines. I want to get to the people who are here. You can call in eight five five four fifty free eight five five four five zero three seven three three. We've got Steve in Arkansas. Who has been hanging on the line for quite a while and it looks like he wants to discuss things that are happening. Perhaps in Arkansas related to the lockdown Steve. What's going on in Arkansas? There you guys are doing great you know. I think that with the last caller Steve was was saying is is definitely a possibility. I think also possibilities. There's some sort of bio weapon created by China The you know it may be a long time before we know we may never know Which is which is even scarier than what the government is trying to push on us now but you know I think this whole scenario is nothing but a power grab and I mean. I've I've talked to Alex before. Believe when when Dave was on with him and You know I'll wife owns a beauty salon here. She was forced to shut down. Dick Seven weeks ago I guess and they said Oh well you'll have the opportunity to get unemployment while she self employed so there's never been unemployment report right yet to receive a dime Just today's received an email. That said okay. The system is ready for you to apply for unemployment but you can everyone in talking to open their salons on the stick so now I have an income. I've been working. We're very fortunate for that. But I would say seventy five percent of hairdressers at least in this area or single mothers. That's their only stop for the last seven weeks. They have had zero snow. You Know Steve. I think one of the things that I'm curious about because I've been talking about this with with people in the personal services that just reopening a business that is a personal service business whether that's like a hairdresser nail salon masseuse these things that people schedule out in advance. There's still even though you open it. A lot of these businesses may still open to basically crickets for a couple of weeks as they as they start to ramp back up their appointments. What how's that going with your wife. Is she going to be able to open up and have coming right away or is she still going to be needing to worry about getting these appointments in well for her? It's probably the opposite of that. She she's already booked up working longer days and she worked for the closer to try to get everyone you'd ever want in wanting in And you know and I think the girls the four ladies. Rink booth there people. Why don't you? Why don't why don't you hang on? We'll come back talk about what. These effects of this lockdown is after the break. If you're just hang on with us we'll be right back. This is free talk live. This is a pandemic survival alert and the most time sensitive messages. You'll hear this year. You still have time to plan a one Acre Crisis Garden and secure supply of your own nutrient dense foods but time is running out and it's one deadline you don't WanNa miss who should plan a crisis garden. Individuals Families Churches communities anyone or any group that sees hard times ahead. 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We were at the break was a wanted to discuss in Texas this story from this week. Where the headline in reason was undercover cops arrest two women for operating home beauty businesses in violation of the corona virus lockdown order? There were actually undercover. Police that were monitoring in. I guess this is in the Laredo. They were wearing their masks. They were monitoring social media and they busted. These women gave them both class. B Misdemeanors with a maximum potential penalty of one hundred eighty days in jail. And a thousand dollar fine seems to me beyond the. Pale seems to me insane. Is this the type of thing that I mean? I know that you say that you have income. But without busting anybody obviously. Is this something that you were hearing about. That was also women in the business of your wife or man as well. Were having to resort to in Arkansas and that have been a misdemeanor there as well. I'll tell you this. The Arkansas State Board two thousand tallest made it clear that if hairstyles were taught working from home that it was a one thousand dollar. Fine two misdemeanors and up to thirty days in jail and they were even going with the idea of taking their license. I don't think that that had but I do In in Tattoo order during the same boat Actually the gentleman that does my wife to get that Tuesday and she has the guy that she goes through it well. He did attached to home and he was fired. And Find Tattoo at home Let me ask you this. When is it time to put your foot down right? Are we subjects or citizens at some point that we have to make it clear which way it is and it seems like everyone? They're saying late for subjects and. Here's what really pisses me off. You know they. They gave x number of Americans. Just twelve hundred dollar stimulus thick and you know the idea that was to a help. Him continue to pay their bills while. Maybe they're off work. let's face it. Most people were getting forgiving on rant and and their house payments and car payments for a couple of three months That money was just spent on stuff for the most part and it didn't get spent and our small businesses because most of those were closed rates. It was all being spent at Walmart or You know on Baby Tigers or whatever the hell else with this I mean I and I made this point a couple of weeks. Ago actually physically. No more people tried to buy tiger with their single stating that have Kobe. I think this is a this is a great boy Steve. I hope all the best for you. Thank you for your call and Alex you know this is a very interesting and important point. I have been speaking before all of this tigers. No no no no not the Tigers but about the economics of giving away this helicopter money the universal basic income the UB. I and I had been talking about the idea before you. Even all of the lockdown started. I said they're going to do this. Ub I they're gonNa do it because I saw the money printer go. Burr saw the the lockdowns beginning and I was saying to people. You're not going to be able to buy whatever you want and I think a lot of people said but what. I don't understand what you mean. I said well they've got the system of like snap and wick where you can't buy everything that you want with the money. The government gives you but this was kind of a a roundabout way of doing it. That it's like you got your twelve hundred dollars. But just exactly as Steve said there. You couldn't go out to a restaurant and have a sit down meal with it. You couldn't go get your hair done with it. There's a lot of things you couldn't do. What could you do? You could go to Walmart. You could go onto Amazon McDonald's's donald drive through isn't isn't it interesting? Who ENDED UP GETTING THAT MONEY? Even landlords didn't get in a lot of places because they have rent moratoriums now. So it's like this very interesting. Fascism is when the state and private industry sort of act in this way where there one single beast. This is something new. I don't think it's a coincidence that they left everything locked down except for their few crony capitalist buddies. And then that's where the money got spent disgusting. We've got Still you can call in. If you WANNA talk about this or of course any subject eight five five four fifty. Three seven three three eight five five four five zero free as in. Freedom. We've got revile her in Florida. Who has been hanging on the line for for quite a while. So thank you for sticking around revival you. What did you want to talk about this evening down? Yes I wanNA split gears and talk about the disgusting debaucherous and degenerate transgender agenda being forced upon our children to help destroy our birth rates. The designed bottles of propagating. Okay so tell me more. Tell me more you're keeping to keep it keep it. I'll watch now. I I like talking to you guys better than the normal people anyway. I yeah so. Speaking of degenerate transgenders are the mess though is probably listening. I like Oreo your assistant program director but Aria is a total degenerate. And now you. You do a lot of good. I believe I agree. Cops rebuttals in general. I don't like using against people out of but the problem with people that you don't care about our demographics European people as whatever that are asked us to founded this country so you sound like the Marcus. You sound like the comedy bottled. Not You guys but you know is not the right. I'll bet you it for bunch. The Wall I used the molly bought holds move next door to Ian Freeman tomorrow. Ten thousand of them next SORTA in Fremont he might start to get a little woke anyway. These degenerates so what is is the design of bottles the Rothschild Ross Dean Adelson on the right. Soros on the left all these bottles. What they do is they wanted to throw white so they wanted to throw European right so the Verdy interbred with us a lot. Don't they do? Their clergy plan is in the name of tolerance girl. They support things like root falls disgusting dragway rates and terms. Only ask you do you if your kids wanted to be transgender. Are you going to tell me what you want to be a kid? No no go ahead. Well I I have to say I do have two children. They are both girls and I think that if they decided they wanted to be transgender. I think as if they're adults that's really not my choice and I think that there's a lot of things that they could decide that they could decide that they wanted to be that I would be much more upset about transgender. Like one that comes directly to mind is a heroin addict or perhaps a crack addict. I think that there are a lot of things that we would wish for our children but at the most if my children are happy and healthy as adults if they are functional productive would tend to say that that is what I want for them. On my list of things that would be necessarily unproductive an unhealthy transgenderism really doesn't rise to the level of about a million other things that. I would definitely not want them to do so. I will I will. I will say that much. You're my response would be that. I think you're right to point out that libertarians are way too into as you call it the China Activities Right. I think people celebrate doing drugs and sexual promiscuity and other things like that as if that is liberty. That's not to say that we should ban these activities or anything like that. But I think you're right to point out. There is a danger and celebrating. You know promiscuity and you know controversial things for controversy sick. Well let me let me kind of agree with that in back that up provider a little bit because this is something that I say often. I think that there is a big conflation of the ideas of liberty and license. Libertine is the freedom from oppression by others. Licensed is the freedom to do whatever you choose to do without other people stopping you. That's they are two very different ideas and I think that Alex has said unfortunately people who don't have a philosophical or ideological background often will confuse license with liberty. So it's the idea that yes. I don't want there to be violence. Used against you if you're going to be like slamming heroin out on the street in public. I don't want violence to be used against you. Stop you. I'd prefer that you didn't do that. But also just because you have the license to do it does not mean that. It's necessarily a good idea. I think personal responsibility is important. I I appreciate your call reviled. 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I'm looking at looking out of the studio here on the top of the hill and it's absolutely glorious. We're in the third hour here. We as I said we can talk about anything that you want but it seems like a lot of people. WanNa talk about cove it a lot of people wanNA talk about the government's response the censorship the lockdown. We would love to hear your own experience. Wherever you are again you could call us. Eight five five four five zero three seven. Three three phone lines are open. We've got speaking of the phone lines of my dog REX. Who is in Florida? Who's calling? Hey my dog rex. What would you like to speak about age? I I wanted to ask you. Is there a golf course where you're at there's world class? Golf Courses Has Been Some Crean Golf tournaments stuff here so it's legit sound like a bad place in what's going on. I WanNa talk about terms and conditions. 'cause you talk about. Us citizens a US citizen is Property of the powers of Congress. It's not a three-man And and People. We've been lied to since the day we were born. In fact we were born until life for the past thousand years but There's a book by Roger Sales called from sovereign to surf. And you can find your free on the Internet and it explains The breakdown on how we volunteered into being slaves. My Dog Rex. I think that there's an interesting parallel year. It seems like this is a this is an ongoing issue with people and that people seem to time and time again volunteer to be slaves. It seems to me that the people who are volunteering to lock themselves in their homes when and not even do the littlest bit of resistance against this against a lockdown. That seems illogical. People are afraid of taking out the trash like. It's gone that so so it seems to me. That fear is a very powerful tool for getting people to relinquish that sovereignty. What do you say to that? That fear has been used against people in maybe people even with knowledge. The fear is still too much for them. Well you look at it like the talk about his His wife is licensed to cut hair right she. She volunteered into a licenses permission to do something. That's normally considered illegal. She volunteered to get a licensed. In subject. Yourself to the plenary powers of the state and now NC violates it. They WANNA complain when they should have just started cutting here. And when they got arrested sued the guy that deprive them of their right to Association for Free Speech Association to Congregate to be alive. And they've given that away for a license and I I agree I agree with you. I I you know I think back if push okay go ahead so I think it's a question of I think we can all agree with underlying principle. The question is what should their tactics right. And my thought is we want to move in the right direction and you move in the right direction where you have you know. Business owners being arrested all the time and having to waste money on court cases or do you move in the right direction by you know you're a successful person you're libertarian. You're leading by example. You're showing people that you know you can be successful and you use that success to spread. The ideas spread the message and be a role model for other. So I think there's if we had more people who are sympathetic to this math message you know I go the court. The jury will nullify me. No worry about getting convicted but until we progress further. I think we have to be careful that we're not seeing getting arrested as a badge of honor like yes. They got arrested five times this year. I'm advancing liberty now. You can advance liberty better by making an extra ten thousand dollars. And using that to fund new technology crypto currencies or know paying for. Someone's lawyer do something else like that. So we need successful people entrepreneurial people and although these laws are are nonsense in many cases needing a license to cut hair. If it's easy to follow you should follow it just as a purely strategical sense. I would argue and I disagree. there's less There's less Labor involved when you submit to slavery By getting your permits but when you stand up for your rice and if more people stood up to the rice and they sued the lawyer the judge the man as the man not as a judge. You don't sue the The code enforcer. I soon the city used to Bob for unfortunate code. He has no business imposing upon you. And if Bob doesn't know the rules and the rules are there too as you learn there. The rules restrict them from doing anything from lane handle all they can do to. You is the same thing I myself. Walk Up to you and do to you if I can't tell you can't cut here. Nobody can unless you've on a turtle. Let Him Dr. Sumo's why not apply for your license. Use extra money like if you're if you don't apply presumably eventually you'll have to have some legal expense. I also want I wanNA push back on this a little bit because I feel like there's there's something here where there appears to be a logical fallacy to me a little bit and what you're saying rex you're saying don't submit to the authority of the state and then you're saying that the remedy is to sue them which is submitting to the authority of the state. Because if I'm not mistaken that law enforcement officer and the judge both pulled their paycheck from fundamentally the exact same person. They're both signed by the same individual. They are both employed by the same entity. So if I am agreeing to be a slave by getting a license how am I not agreeing to slave when I sue and I say that yes? I will go under the authority of Judge. Can you square those two things for me? You're misconstruing it. Look at this as Al Capone. And how how is the judge? Not a part of the state is the judge not paid. Is the judges paycheck not paid by the state? The judge is one of Al Capone's sitting in okay. Go have okay if you get you submit to their license you. You are becoming their property and they can order around if you do not submit license. They have to attack you and you. You have to sue them but this is the of the thief when when when a Robert Kicks in your door to your house. What do you say well here? Here's my let me by a licensed from you and I'll let you you resist you. You Stop the attacker. Even though the court system is corrupt they do have rules. They got to buy. Don't the don't the Police Department Police Department? Also though it's corrupt have rules it has to. I'm not disagreeing with you per se in your thesis your description. I just have a little problem here with the rest corruption because it seems like the courts and the rules set up for how to do a lawsuit that seems to me like that is part of the state and so if I am saying that they have authority. How am I not saying that everyone else? Every other employees of the state has authority. That's what I'm that's that's where I'm kind of off from you here. Let me put it this way because we were born until ally and we were never taught how law works in. The courts are supposed to work and we don't know how to follow that claim. We don't know how to resist Purpose we've not been taught how the state is supposed to work. It's about time we learned degrees this. I suppose ignorance that we get a license and we go to the easy route because it's less painful and less labor when we gotta pay attention and have to learn and we have to. Ourselves and the Libertarian. Party is not doing it because a lot of them seem to like the lockdown and rice. 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David in Tennessee has been waiting a little bit. We spoke about license and liberty earlier. Sounds like he would like to expand. Perhaps on some of that David Tennessee. How's it going my brother doing? Well thank you very much for having me on your show. First Time Listener. Grab Rape Great when I was hearing. You speak You were mentioning liberty and then you're listening license and the thought that came to my mind. Was you know when they spelled out the constitution? They weren't worried about no stinking license They didn't have walmarts back then. They didn't have the the tax base that has been created. So my question is in in your in your opinion if we were to go back in time and say hey guys you might want to include the word. Licensed there as well. Though Life Liberty and the pursuit of happiness would become you know a little different Life Liberty. There's but it's pursuit of happiness and possibly license. Maybe they would rewrite the constitution and that that way shape and form. Because what you're doing here is. You're kind of comparing apples to oranges. Which they're not similar that they might be saying to group but you know liberty and license are very very different. We're we start talking about what Al licenses you know A guaranteed to do what you WanNa do and liberty is this you know. We're making a big stretch there. You've gotTA REMEMBER. We come from a country that has no official language. None you're not given An official United States dictionary to learn words and definitions. So we're kind of just playing this whole thing by ear and so we start talking about liberty then may very well include in its definition from the get-go word licensed. So I really truly I think really and truly I do believe I mean I understand. The government's gotTa have his tax base by God. What happens if Donald Trump doesn't get another piece of chicken tonight because he can have enough tax into by another piece of tickets only be terrible but really and truly. I think we're overtaxed and to to be in the business as a government selling licenses. I don't want that for my my government. I don't want to have to go to Walmart and buy a license. It's bad enough. I gotta go by a fishing license to fish. I want to feed myself. I should be able to do so especially in public waters. You know it's interesting you know what's very interesting about what you just said there. David in terms of the the the licenses California's Governor Gavin newsom fishing license in particular in the right to fish. I've thought this is very one of the interesting things about the history of California here. Is The you know. The governor is shutdown state parks and beaches. So you can't go and actually fish off the. Let's say the Santa Monica Pier. If you wanted to do that that which a lot of people actually do off of all of the peers in southern California beaches. It's actually a violation of the California constitution in their declaration of Rights. The right to fish is actually article is actually section. Twenty five in Article One the declaration of Rights. I I absolutely agree with you and I agree with with what you're saying. I think that this is one of the things. Go really there to agree upon. I mean we're not a green we're just stating the obvious and and you know when we start talking about California. For God's sake we're talking about California and what's even worse is we're talking about the California constitution now. There's another problem. We've got states with their own constitution. Did they think well? We're GONNA make our our constitutional more jazzed up. It's going to have a little more thing to it. Will the interesting thing about California this Let's get rid of this thing and do human rights and then we're going to do puppy dog right. Never got to the the the. Save the whale right instead. We're going to be a much better position because our state is going to be superior to all the other states interest to be. Interestingly David I mean if you go and you read. I know the rap that California gets. I'm like a sixth generation Californian so to give you. I was to give you some idea. You know I remember my grandfather a very very different. California not too long ago my grandfather. I remember him making guns. He was a gunsmith and making them in the house and a making his own ammo in the house and I remember him carrying in his car and that was not that long ago the California Constitution actually going read that first article. Not only does it give all the rights in the bill of rights but it really extended and that was kind of the point that I was getting too was that the founding fathers never imagined that the government would try to stop people from fishing. The founding fathers never imagined that you couldn't decide what kind of plant you want it to grow for crying out loud or that you could be thrown in prison for the possession of a plant. These are things that they couldn't even imagine and I think that as we go on the thing that we're seeing the real problem is that governments can never put enough rights into a piece of paper such that they won't be infringed upon in a tyrannical time. And I think that that's really what we're approaching in this day and age a David. Thank you so much for the call you you got one less thing to you. Know you were talking about the founding fathers. Not Imagining you know if they had mentioned face facebook for God's sakes I mean now we're talking a whole different. We're talking to global pet by here and what you're talking about where the constitutions were written and they go fishing and survival and just living Now we have facebook and we're talking a whole different creature now but the game has changed. Radio isn't isn't the free speech it used to be. You go on the Internet. Really WanNa play somebody and so what you're talking about. Yeah that was a day way gone by back in the nineties. You know back when moving. They were kind of rehashed. Disco CRAP now or we're talking about a totally different thing here. We're talking about the global society where even in China I've got friends on facebook that are in China. The texting left right and center. And I'm able to converse all over the world and and the truth the the the the the human crews are very easy to find and one of them is licenses. Are you kidding me? From God's Sakes. There's no way that that that that liberty doesn't include the word licenses. I one hundred percent agree. Thank you very much for that for that call. It's got to be all or nothing. Alex Scott to be all or nothing and the the only way truly believe in licenses to go to a State School for twenty years right indoctrination all the places with no education. If you're talking about licensing what do you mean licensing? I just go to the ocean and fish. And that's that's the that it should be. If you'd like to talk about this or anything else go ahead and give us a call. Eight five five four fifty free. This is free talk live. Bitcoin DOT COM has launched a trading platform at local BITCOIN DOT COM allowing you to buy or sell bitcoin cash via dozens of payment methods. Like pay pal then. Mo Bank deposit remittances or meeting in person with cash. 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Three seven three three. That's eight five five four five zero free as in Freedom. You can call that and get involved in the conversation. I'd like to get to some of these calls so that we can get these people on air. David in New Mexico has been on hold for quite a while. What say you David yes. So here's the next level in lockdown and all of the national news has his been really wants to look at it. The governor Michelle Luhan Grisham stated in Mexico has blockaded the city of Gallup New Mexico. Nobody COMES IN. Nobody goes out for the next three days the New Mexico state police and the National Guard have eleven checkpoints and all the roads going in and out and nobody gets inter out unless they have a Gallup residence on there for Gallup address on their ident- ID and no than two people in any vehicle. All businesses are shut down completely from five. Pm till eight am and nobody is allowed to leave their home unless it is for Basically emergency purposes and any violation will be written up as a misdemeanor. You get a second violation. It's fourth degree felony and And and it's done under the authority of the New Mexico Riot. Act So interesting I this is actually the eventuality that I have been predicting since even before these lockdowns that is a steadily increasing checkpoints and lockdown using particularly military the National Guard. This is exactly the reason why bundled up my family basically was quote unquote the clothing on our back and we made the last flight that was in or out of here in the northern Marianas Islands. I do not think that this is the last time that this is going to happen. I do not think that it is only going to be this city. I think this is just a test. David are you in Gallup New Mexico or are you you outside. No I'm not in Gallup. They're in different parts of the state and is there. Is there talk. Are you seeing movement for them to do this? In other parts of the state what was the what is the justification that is being used? That makes Gallup so special in this case. What are they saying? What is the rationale there using? The justification is well first of all interject also that. I think that it's a lot like you said a test that the anytime what they're doing I think is is looking for any opportunity to Ruin the remotest way to legitimize using some powers that they have or think that they have for the the number one purpose of exercising the power so that they can do it more easily the next time they want to utilize that power and The justification is that there's a higher than it's the high it's the area of the state that has the highest incidence relatively speaking of the occurrence of that virus. I see you know this is. This has been my worry. I will tell everyone what my worry has. Been from the beginning and my worry. Is that state interstate that this will happen on? Interstate borders exactly what is happening in terms of Gallup will happen between states. So for instance that California which is locked down might say that Arizona if they decide to lift their lockdown that you cannot travel across that border without moving through a checkpoint and I think that we start to get into a very tenuous situation when you have literally military's from opposing governor sitting on either side of border with in the United States blocking movement that old saying if goods and in this case I think it would be workers as well can't cross borders than armies will. This is a this is something people need to pay attention to well. Have you heard of resisting? Or they're gonNA protest are going to be any reaction because it's what you're talking about is pretty severe. And I think you're right to point out. This is a task. They want to see how the other side reacts right. The tyrants have made their move what. Will the lovers of Liberty do in reaction? Will there be another Michigan where people say well you know. Let's see if they're really serious. Are they gonNA? Are they willing to arrest one hundred people or thousand or David go ahead please? In in this particular instance so far there's no report at anybody resisting it in this particular instance and let me add also your scenario of checkpoints on the borders New Mexico. Also already did that one Last week or two weeks ago already And I believe it might. I don't know if it was at the power of the state or if it was the powers of the county that did it but they put a a law enforcement check for on the checkpoint on the border between Colorado one of the entrances between Colorado and New Mexico and they were stopping and asking or Having interaction put it that way with everybody coming into New Mexico from Colorado and they they were Not necessarily checking papers or giving orders although they could have but I think they they mainly were just establishing presence and asking their people's purpose for traveling and then telling them what their expectations were as far as self-isolating for whatever period of time and asking what their intentions were and stuff like that which is intrusive. Enough Anyway Yeah David. This is thank you for this information. I think that people need to keep their eyes on New Mexico and other places where this is happening. Just keep your eyes. You know. Start preparing some kind of protests. What can you do right? I think people elected to sit there and think there's nothing I can do while you can be like David. Maybe he's not willing to go there himself but he he brought to the attention of others others who might be willing to and those short going. Maybe they need supplies. Maybe they need you know. Bail money. Maybe they need something so I think it's really important that everyone has to step out now. They're escalating the stakes are high right. We're talking about Marshall Law being imposed. You can't leave your city. You can't leave your house like this is crazy and if it's the test if we fail this test there's going to be more of it so this is no time to just be a bystander. It's time to act this. I think you bring up a very important point. There and the point is that human beings. We need to know that other people feel the way that we feel. 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I silver amplifier. Thank you so much for getting us on even more stations around the country. And if you want to help spread the message of Liberty Free speech and the other ideas we promote joined the amplifier program. Yes indeed this to the New Mexico. I was able to pull this up. Thanks to a our caller David New Mexico right who called in This is from the hill kind of breaking news. Today governor closes all roads leading into New Mexico City grappling with Corona virus outbreak. Basically what's going on here? Is that starting Friday at noon. She's closing all roads leading into Gallup from five PM to eight PM. Daily vehicles can only have two people maximum maximum and. She's doing this under the riot control. Act after outgoing Gallup Mayor Jackie mckinney and new mayor. Louis Bonna greedy requested. She shuddered the city in the midst of a sharp rise of cases. There's thousand cases there and that's more than thirty percent of the state's total positive. Cova nineteen cases and the weird part about this that I read. The order expires at noon on Monday. You'll be punished with a misdemeanor charge if you violate the order. But they're doing it from Friday to Monday which seems to me that it from an epidemiological standpoint. That's GONNA do nothing. I mean those three days is not gonNa make a difference on something where the incubation is between five and fourteen. Perhaps even twenty days. It's very strange. It's not as strange. It's `incrementalist rights frog in a pot. What they're doing is saying what can get away with. They always said Oh. We're kind of short lockdown. Like maybe two weeks and then we'll be opened up to flatten the curve fright just three days. You know. It's I know it's a little extreme but it's only for three days so so you're saying that this is not going to last only three days. I would tend to agree with that. Why would they do something for three days when they can? Do it for three weeks or better yet. Why not just give them this power forever? That's what they're thinking. It's like you know we should just be able to snap our fingers. Oh we hear we hear a rumor. There's going to be a big protests. Like say Virginia like situation. A bunch of people are gonNA come in and protests their rights. Let's just shut down that city. They're going to and just no one in their out. This is the Riot Control Act. This is this is what they're doing it under. I mean it's tyranny here I think the judicial system should be discussed it right. Yes there's dryer lines somewhere and if this is not the line where you're literally closing down a city and no one can leave their house and it's just unbelievably chart coney right Communist. China would love to have a law like this on the books. We'll James in Phoenix. He's he's in the state right next door. He's right there in Arizona. Maybe he's got something to say about this thing happening in New Mexico. James has been holding for quite a while James. Thanks for holding on. What'S GOING ON KRONA CONFIRMATION BIAS? Firing you fan on your essay you just co host have done that for the last three hours in the public airwaves where the US Navy's protecting from tyranny of which finally after almost three hours somebody mentioned China which is where you lovers of liberty should be In your guns we should make too quickly say also I agree that they're good people on both sides. Alex but I don't demonized Governor Whitman. The governor of Nevada for doing things that they actually are doctors and experts that advised our powers to be of doing what they're doing. I don't like it anymore than anybody is. Fires his cost me thousands of dollars literally literally. I'd be working right now to viruses the virus Arizona part of virus. Close the the virus those down a business the virus. Yes please please do. Shutdown of Arizona is costing thousands and thousands and thousands of dollars of labor lost wages. Which never coop. But I didn't the virus I ain't blaming Doug Ducey. Did the virus shut down shut down. The businesses is a did A. I've never known that a virus could shut down a business. I've never heard of that. Both the governor did it again governor kid but I don't search for doing that which I believe he thinks is right and I'm suffering because of it but you don't hear me roundabout Doug Ducey or president trump but you will hear me. Look President. She who he loves Liberty Area Fifty one residents probably date from Mexico. I'm talking about Eve. Who called a hoax? This pandemic is not a hope. You may agree or disagree with what the government has done about it but the rockefellers they didn't nineteen thirty doesn't have anything to do with it. Any more than a trusted tuskegee operation. Despicable things that happen then have with our government not having causes by but despicable radical government. Just east of you that I don't see you when you're lovers liberty going up up your guns composed over there and being courageous in confronting them because if I had my way presening g and his fellow Communist Party members would literally be in prison or be hanging from a rope. That's Hussein guns at governors Minnesota or Nevada or I'm not naming line that Doug Ducey again who's cost me thousands of dollars to one you Alex by the way you talk a big game but you are literally just by the sound of Your Voice. The last person I would ever want to be with a firefight. 'cause you go we have my back and you'd be with a queer with here so so. I'm trying to understand here you are. You have thousands of dollars. Let me be sure that I've got this right. You've lost thousands of dollars because your business has been shut down okay. You don't get to where you are angry. At the President of China for Shutting Down Your Business Virus the virus conferring that's our enemies of the United States of America. Not your government or my governors in the western states or president that. I'm going to try to not name call. Alex actually said he wants to be elected. If he don't WanNA covering for the People Fassa Francis that opposing murder the formerly suicidal man in Ireland prison. Who's you know what you're talking about many former Mike resigning cameras down all the time and the guys that were supposed to be watching weren't billionaires they will make fifteen bucks now in the middle of the night when he killed himself. But I don't want to go there. I don't believe computers conspiracy theories I believe in liberty life soon. So you don't believe in you don't believe in conspiracy theories but you believe that the Communist Party of China had a conspiracy to. Isn't that a conspiracy theory that the party released a virus on come from Ruhana President? Xi in China can keep a certain doctor that I wanted to expose an likely pandemic. He's disappeared instill many other people that will want want spoke out when we should have done a lot more about it and on a bad thing and they do live. I don't like it any better than you do. It's costing thousands of dollars but I'm not bailing against our government. I really against communist governments. That will tap both spokane public airwaves. Us government. Everything is so question that I am responding right. I'm going to respond right now if you if you don't let me speak since I have the whole but now we'll just meet you right so I'm GonNa Finish my sentence here because we don't have very much time in this country which you are saying that you don't it's fine for you to not want to speak up and say negative things about public officials but the difference between this country and China is that we are allowed to disagree with our public officials. That's one of the reasons why this country has risen to greatness. It's part of having a even to vote voting somebody out of office if you don't know no you can't no you can't put you on hold for just a second because you'd like to interrupt but I'm and I'm the one with the whole button. So here's here's the deal. You don't have to agree with anything that's going on. You don't have to agree with me but the goal here is so long. Nobody's being censored you're allowed to express your opinion. I'm allowed to express my opinion particularly on the public airwaves. Then that's how we get things done and people can decide for themselves and I hope that people are able to decide for themselves. That is the end of our call. Thank you very much for the call. They're a Alex thank you. It's been great. Hopefully we'll do this again next week. Yeah and to the people out there you know. Take back your freedom. Don't let them just take. It's time to step up one hundred percent. 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That's eight hundred nine. Three two fifty five seventeen worldwide sports byline USA. And here's host Ron Bucks and wherever you might be across this great country of ours and around the world. I'm Ron bar good to have you with us for another edition of Sports by line. Got a very interesting our for you. You know it's Friday. So that means we check in with Roy Eisenhart. Roy's been a lawyer. Former president of the Oakland A.'s. And now teaches log sports at UC Berkeley. And we call this segment inside angle. As Roy and I take a look at some of the interesting stories in sports. Break it down for you. Dig a little bit deeper. Try to give you an insightful perspective on some of these issues and certainly we've talked a great deal about what's happening in sports or not happening in sports and we'll probably do more of the same because I see if the NBA resumes. Season down the line. A method of doing so being discussed is the use of the so called bubble city. That idea would be that all thirty. Nba teams or sixteen if the regular season is canceled and the lake jumps right into the postseason. They would be quarantined in the same location to limit. Potential exposure to corona virus and the League is considering an unorthodox solution. Listen to this Disneyworld. Disney wide world of sports venue in Orlando offers a number of advantages including moderable courts hotels and proximity to the Orlando Magic facilities and immediate readiness for broadcasting and still a number of obstacles stand between the NBA in any return to games. Commissioner Adam Silver as stated that widespread testing is a necessity medical personnel. Need to be available as well as players need treatment for injuries suffered during games and any plan to continue is going to have to be thought from that perspective also. Another thing that's important is the Disney is also a broadcasting partner of the NBA as it owns ABC and the ESPN so a pre existing business relationship is in place and I'm sure that is important to them as well and speaking of the NBA. Right after we talked to Roy. Baron Davis is going to be with us. Point Guard who played fifteen seasons with the Hornets. He was drafted as the third overall. Pick in the ninety nine draft and he also played for the warriors the clippers cavaliers and the Knicks and he played his college ball at Ucla where he was an all American he jumped to the NBA after his sophomore year and he has also very successful other than in basketball in the film and business industry as well. So we're ready to go good to have you with us. Roy Eisenhart next on sports. Byline attention self-employed individuals ten ninety nine independent contractors and small business owners. 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Eisenhart as we do each week here on sports byline for our segment we call inside angle and Roy of course has been a lawyer. He was the former president of the Oakland A.'s when his family own that team and now teaches law and sports at UC. Berkeley and Roy. Baseball note to start this thing off. Mlb and the MLB players association are exploring various plans to hold as long as season is possible on among them as a plan that would drop each team into one of three hubs Arizona Florida or Texas and the three division ten team plan would have teams play only within their division a concept gaining support among owners and executives and it would abolish the traditional American and National Leagues and realigned the divisions based on geography. I thought about it for just a second and then I smiled and I said you know. Maybe this isn't such a bad idea. Now you're a baseball guy so you know the inner workings of the sport A little bit better than I do but tell me what your reaction was to this story. I agree I wanna be kind of glass. Half full Attitude this thing I mean if we can get baseball back and it's something for people to watch That's all a positive What worries me is playing in the summer in Arizona and Florida Arizona. You know it can be up in Phoenix in a parameter hundred and five hundred and ten degrees and so I don't know how that's GonNa work. Also the players would be isolated from their families. If you live if you play for the Detroit Tigers. Your family's in Detroit I presume. That's not so great but You know I trust that. The Players Association work crews these things with the owners if they can figure out a way to do it. I'm all for it. I don't know how good Revenues will be broadcast obviously won't be revenues from Fan Attendance so. We'll see but let's be positive. Is this season for all sports. You think no matter whether it's college or professional sports that you just tinker with a lot of different things that you almost right off the season. Let's see what works. What doesn't what we can use out of this season to apply to next season. I'm beginning to get that feeling. Do you get the same thing. Yeah well particularly with baseball where they could tinker for example with the electronic strike zone and that would actually be helpful to the plate umpire. They can tinker with some of the other rule changes. They're thinking about as well but I don't know you know you gotTa Taste Sport by sport. I don't know what the NBA would do differently I know sure what the NFL would do differently. But Baseball is definitely right. For some of the experiments they have going on in the Minor Leagues. Right now that Electric strikes on being the most prominent. We've talked about this before. Yeah we've talked about this a little bit before when the NRA. I was taking it up. And they had to put off their conference meeting And will vote on it a little bit later on in the year and that is college. Athletes may be able to begin cashing in on their name. Image and likeness. Soon a significant development occurred on Tuesday as the NC double a board of governors supported proposed rule changes from a working group to allow athletes to take advantage of these rights in other words. Athletes could soon receive compensation for third party endorsements social media influence personal appearances and their own businesses. All for the first time. Now I like the idea of this but I'm concerned a little bit Roy that this might get out of control real quick and maybe there are some things that can be done under this. That aren't going to be as beneficial either for the athlete or for College Sports. Am I over being overly concerned about this? You think well yes. I do Because look at that you have in College Sports. Now take your shoes. Scandal is one of the most recent ones and the fact that we have players going to college for six months to play basketball and leave and go play in the NBA. So I think the system in college already broke when it comes to Some of the under the table kind of scheme so I I WANNA look at this from a positive point of view there. Lot of athletes in the country who play either in in in schools. That don't have big time. Football programs or play in some of the lesser conferences are playing some of the lesser pop Famous sports who can take advantage of this? Let's say you're great woman. Volleyball player Great Women's softball pitcher or something like that you can get some local endorsements probably and help subsidize your education. You couldn't get before the fact that some recruiting Guy For the World Champion College Football Team is GONNA PERHAPS BEND. The rules strikes me as kind of beside the point because I think those rules already are getting bent so I prefer to look at this. From the point of view of the less famous athletes will have a chance to teach a teacher camp for example teach swimming And advertise the fact that they play they swim for. University of Wyoming. Or whatever the case may be so. I'm looking at it from that side. Not The side of what Michael. I know you're concerned about the future of college. Basketball after the announcement that five star recruits jailing green. He's GonNa Forego. Is College Career? Join A reshaped. Nba Professional Pathway Program. Now the G. League initiative will pay top prospects like green five hundred thousand dollars plus and set them up in a one year development program outside the typical minor league structure as the professional pathways. First participant he is going to be the guy that will be in their first. He's eighteen years old. He chose the G. League over. Scholarship OFFERS FROM AUBURN IN MEMPHIS as well as a contract from the Australian National Basketball League as well. What do you see is the ramifications if any on college basketball with this decision I think in the long run? It's going to be good because right now college basketball. I was basically a free Development Program for the for the NBA. And it's very rare that you will see athletes such as the ones you described play for four years you get some unusual schools like Butler and Gonzaga where they have figured out how to do that but they're the exception rather than the rule. I'd like to see if the kid wants to go to into the pros. Outta high school and he can do it even if that means G. League for year two that's fine. Let them choose that career rather than going to this Faults notion that he's a student athlete for six months at some. Big Time College Basketball Power. So I'm in favor of it I think. Then we'll what we'll do is we'll get college basketball back to the point where you do see this two three four year players who become quite court sadly in quite good players playing the game rather than the one and done just a couple of other guys to feed them all so I think in the long run. It's going to be good for college basketball. I mentioned to you before I have read an awful lot of names of Athletes that are leaving the college ranks and going into the G. League or trying to make it in the NBA. And I'm just wondering if this continues at this particular rate and with this new program and of course there's another program out there on the horizon as well along the same lines as the G. League. I'm concerned that maybe the talent dilution that may not be available then to the college ranks and how fans will respond to that. I think we'd be just fine. Remember this was something that was invented back in in the days of the Roman Empire. This rule didn't until two thousand and five and Lebron James said for example came right out of high school. We seem to have survived. All of that college program seem to be doing fine so I think that we just go back to the way used to be and if if NBA teams WanNa take a risk on a high school player and draft them. Then fine let them use their first or second round pick that way. I think I think the talent market and the and the general pressure on the NBA draft the best possible player. They can is GONNA be a sufficient guard rail. I think college basketball will survive all of this quite well. We only have a minute left but one of the things I like about this. Nba Program the primary focus of the program will be to prepare players for life in the NBA. And I think that that's an important thing for them to do. That's a huge thing. Because you know they come in they. If your first round pick you get seven million dollars a year roughly for four years and unfortunately some of these players. Not all develop a lifestyle. That's based on seven million dollars. A year of annual income. The problem is that goes away after four years and they find themselves trying to figure out how they're going to afford all of these luxuries that they really didn't realize they couldn't afford so I think preparing them for the financial future is one of the critical things the NBA should be doing okay. I appreciate it enjoy the weekend. My friend and we'll talk to you next week. Find something you can do other than sports. 'cause we're both having to deal with that? I'll do my best. Okay Right Roy. Eisenhart with us as he is each week very interesting insights on what the segment we call inside angle. He's been a lawyer former president of the Oakland A.'s. When his family owned that team and now he teaches law and sports at UC Berkeley. 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Pick the ninety nine draft and he also played for the warriors the clippers the cavaliers and the Knicks and he played his college ball at Ucla where he was all American he jumped to the NBA after his sophomore year after an outstanding college and pro career he has also been equally successful off the court in film entertainment and also in Business in general. We'll talk about that a little bit later on but Barron You were born in L. A. You grew up in the south central area. Your grandparents raised you on eighty fifth street. Tell me a little bit about the neighborhood scorn up I would say. Eighty Fifth Street was kind of like a say streep and her widowed and more you know grandparents and parents and kids or Stevens across the street and South. I mentioned school and you know from hey growing up south central. Today's You know outside of eighty fifth street you know almost like The real world was like riding a face my direct and so may growing up. I was a direct path to the basketball court. It really allow KEDO start saying take johnny. That wasn't always the way it was for most kids that came out of south central. What kept you safe. What were the influences in your life? That sent you down the right path instead of the wrong one well. I was on my grandparents because of their they were in a one. Sided thing that you could be sure that they don't want to be sure that they would love you. Take care of your thanks for me That's all we really need. It was was was that opportunity to have a place to live. You know you love that. It'd be allowed to you. Know Kinda go out and pet pet sticker on and be earlier early in your life. You know the generation gap between your grandmother and you as a young kid. I it makes it kind of special when I see that you were kind of instrument or they were instrumental in pushing you to play basketball. That's a little bit different. What was the reason for her pushing you that way I started? Were just like aloe having basketball. My Grandfather Building Basketball Christmas WanNA sound my my fourth fourth Christmas and You know that they didn't really need to push into anything you know. Whatever they you know I always say my grandfather gave me a baseball or BEC Our football and I probably would have all the way there because of that it was. It was the fact that he was paying attention to hike. Built Up Basketball Court and after that I think about my grandmother she was trying to hit me off the court on the court so much. So you know nine o'clock at night. I see you know five six years. She snatched out the backyard. Turn the lights out. Like what are you GONNA to sleep? But she just. I love the game and and they allowed to do that. There is not a better seen. I think in sports. And tell me what it was like for you when it's maybe nine o'clock at night certainly in Los Angeles. There's not the humidity. I've talked to other players from urban areas. And they they talk about ninety degrees ninety percent relative humidity And blacktop of five shirts and Skins. What was it like view in car of the two league and it was like don't. La Has the perfect weather but we have the worst Steve Bone has people but calling up trying to play pat the courts that's closest to Fear that is dependent on was fearless. Because of the job I shoot. You don't really see people out you know just basketball league you know running vans Like you learn Newark Cranston issued out West for you got you got this part you know. People are constantly takeout games of south central. You know you really had to be somewhere where you know you WANNA get gang culture or and again cop combat area and so that really drove you know may enjoy other people to the gym. Which made us really start to hone our skills of it? You know As as kids earlier than you are so the street ball thing but taking the street bought Elvis. They already of Plant. You know inferior playing. Look over your shoulder but I think that's where you kinda get like that creativity euro that you're a bad anxiousness or or that energy why. Ucla over any of the other schools that wanted to baron Ucla for me. I My mother was here. I wanted her to see me play. I mean for me probably would have been the best basketball decisions for me as a basketball player myself for you know the culture the culture of La for La has a whole like. You're always getting a black. Is Bars like route. Having talented players Valet the pioneer. That and I wanted to stay home. And you know Be around you sound guards and players and support them and get them together. Ucla stuff veils about the importance of you know being a hell of a basketball player that they also asked my grandmother. What was the deciding factor because young talented players in basketball? You know have to make that decision. Go or stay at the school there at up for you was it after two years at UCLA. That made you feel comfortable about going to the NBA. They're planning for Justin D. I players last four years and I heard my freshman year lose. A lot of people didn't think that I would make it back and so once I was able to make it back and full stride When my be a sophomore year I was like really. I'm ready for. I'm really ready for the day. I wanted to stay another year because I really wanted someone Ncaa championship no We UCLA at my mission was completed. But at the same time you know I was. I was anxious to live out my Jane. You know and Anxious to play against the best of the best and every year now somebody some regiment was retiring. So I was like I want I want and I think this is the best way for me to grow as a basketball player and I didn't really think that you know I have much crew left as Cla. You were drafted by the Horse. Yeah you were drafted by the Hornets with the third. Pick in the ninety nine draft. The team of course played a year later on in New Orleans. And you lead the Hornets to the playoffs. Your first five years. What was missing from that team to take them to the next level Just other boat or five. All-star Italian all star player You know that as well as just not having the right pieces that thought that we had is. You know we have some really good Have really good world players? Really good complementary players. Good basketball players. Get basketball buys. We'd have have. Was You know that this superstar that X. Bubble talent? That was a game changer. So you know that. Saint up against some of the league chains and you know some of the superstars and you're just out bad you know sense assistance and But I thought that we had to get sales. Is You know small stakes here. Pair really cost us for moving on in the playoffs. You Know Baron When I watched you come into the League I've seen a lot of players. Come in first rounders come in. They don't make it sometimes but when I watched you I saw nice combination. It was the combination you had the talent no doubt about that but you had the maturity and the understanding of where you were in your life at that particular time and that was very unique to me to watch that. Where did it all come from where you as comfortable playing pro ball as you look like? You were absolutely tomatoes is finally wanted to be on the court. What you guys are you know. There are people that I looked up to varsity just on her life the smallest player of the floor so I always been a floor to Va. You know that. I either WHO's Marcel? Like realistic like this basketball is his greatest. But it's like it's simple. You know task the ball to the best as much publicity you know and I took database plays and I think for males that first year was just really kind of learning who I want. My routine was But you know the game itself but were would easier simplified his one dollars on a team where you know. It's coming off the bench so it wasn't much pressure things asked me to do. Baron Davis is with us here on sports byline. We had about thirty seconds before we have to break here. Were you shocked by the trade in two thousand five to the Warriors? No our actually kind. Of course you know the You know I of semantic as with the ownership and it wasn't a real focus on you know what they wanted to a franchise and I just thought that everything was becoming discombobulated and you know just like the time horrendous Carson most ready to move on at at Lord's Baron Davis is with us when we come back we'll talk about the rest of his basketball career and also talk about his success in movies and also film and outside of entertainment as well. We do that as we continue across the country and around the world on sports byline. Do you have a story to share your story lifetime? Private Autobiography Services can help we will interview. 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I hear you and I know it's because you care all the talks we've had over the years including what you've told me about not using alcohol and other drugs they stick with me and we better not they really do make a difference especially at times that matter. Mo Hey drink nothing good so thank you for talking and preparing me for what's ahead thanks. Mom never giving up and always being my biggest fan. Thank you for letting me know what you expect. So I can try to meet your expectations for more information about talking with your kids about underage use of alcohol and other drugs visit underage drinking dot samsa Dot Gov. This is America Sports Talk Show Sports Byline USA. Here's Ron Bar Baron. Davis has joined us here on Sports. Byline USA fifteen seasons in the NBA started out with the Hornets. They went to New Orleans and then he was traded to the Golden State Warriors. And what was your first impression when you take a look and think about coach Don Nelson Nelson because you know run. Tmc DADS and with. Tim Hardaway You Know Mommy and Mitch Richmond and so I always not this and the other thing too is is that when you came to the Golden State Warriors there was that potent backcourt with you and Jason. Richardson and I think you know as well as I do. Baron chemistry in certain positions particularly in the back court is problematical at best. Tell me a little bit about how you two guys develop the chemistry that you add killings crazy because that was the first time I play within you know A real to a real guy No today to Leslie. Who was a point guard? Combo Guard point to guard but Jason? Richardson was sake. Say extent you know he was. He had the size of thing cashew post You know obviously super athletic at so's Insa I saw that I played in the backcourt with the Dr that was bigger than me And so you know which opened up a lot of opportunities for paying so actually exploit this matches against other guards Euro Jason. Richardson was like you know they always caught him. The silent silent assassin athletic. 'cause shoot from anywhere on the on the court great same vague. Love playing defense. Be One of the best rebounding guards You know in our time. And then our era What what we did expect this you know. We have is great chemistry but he got hurt when I first got there and then you know it was really Dunleavy Until the Dunleavy Choi Arpey Chinese happen you don't. I think bachelor really opened things up for myself and generates 'cause we were there with the warriors you know I would say the last few years the dog days nobody remembers and You know it was great to have that that opportunity when when that happened but say rich ourselves to just be able to play with other guys that to US Open it and we did have to rely on us to cook the warriors two thousand six two thousand seven season was a very interesting one. You had knee surgery but you led the warriors to one of the biggest upsets in NBA. Playoff history was against the Dallas Mavericks. They came into the playoffs with the number one seed. The warriors were the number eight seed. The difference between the winning records was twenty five games and nobody expected you guys to win. Take me through that series. What was the key to it? Well I think the key that we had we thought we had advantages are passed you at the places where they they had some of the places where they were most pro and so not really for the first time and it was you know in in in this era was a team that was pretty much comprised of guards and forwards center. You know so a lot of the things that we were doing was really switching picking rows enforcing Dirk Nowitzki to put the ball the floor which he was you know the MVP that year with teams doing a phenomenal job. But you know the worst thing for six eleven thank God to do his triple against and six four six three guard you know and I thought valley was focused to go to the series that we actually really felt you know we had Dallas stumper. We had beat them. Like I WANNA say seven out of eight times over the last two years either lesser squads and really once we got in the play offs. I never telling Sason register like do like you get to the playoffs. You'll see how it is to us. All I care about I got the type of player wants to get to the play offs over and All we kept talking about and it was never really about Dallas. It was just like nearly can wait till you get to wait to get to the playoffs that we can do what we need to perform on this platform The height building it up. We'd started up the store that energy so we could have played anybody. They just happy to be there. We were we were hungry hungry to prove that we belong Steve Kerr at that time was a television. Analysts need called your performance in the two thousand seven. Nba play-offs outrageous stunningly athletic creative and explosive. Coming from appear. That's pretty high. Praise man you know. Kind of extreme toys the highest praises. How Tie You know for me. It was like I was coming off the injury. And so you know it's always like coming off a victory out supposed to spend the at the mentality that you know. I was really gone off. Gentlemen of a big reason why I think we lost the next series most because belus channeling kinda settled. You know we still hurt cover. Vcr TAPE and I put my hands Siri so just you know for me. It was just like slow down the national high being able to go out there to you. Know have peace in my name and now that you know I have to have vistaprint's does up today to deliver and that's what I was doing. You finished up your career with the Clippers Cleveland and also the New York Knicks. I WanNa ask you just one question about the clippers. That market is a market that has to NBA teams in it. And you're either obviously a Laker fan or your clippers fan. What was that competition like between organizations and teams in that market? I think before out there. There was no competition When I got there at least help people offensive. Dd and start paying attention to the clippers and then you know drafted Blake and happy today. We only started Golob city. I think people were actually like switching over and like hey like the clippers are their team. But you know they're exciting and always. La Clippers had awesome fans aged awesome fans. It's just never really had not gonNA cheerful. And so you know you see it now. It's you know almost rose but you know. La Is this a great place from sports from sporting now for Pertains and and you know what better place to Saint? You tried to make a comeback and I know that you played in the drew league which was of course the subject of your documentary. The drew no excuse just produce. Did they have to almost here? The uniform off of you Barend for me. It's like always feeling that I have some shoes that I can't play Because I love and I just appreciate respected and so one of those guys that I'm never gonNA stop playing until somebody tells me like big. GotTa Stop You remind me of Joe Morgan. The Great Hall of Fame Baseball Player. I had a conversation with embarrassing. And he told me I started preparing for retirement. The first day I started playing and I got that sense about you. Because you've made the transition into another chapter in your life you've had an increasing role in the film industry. Tell me a little bit about the bug on doing movies and television. We're that bitch you for me. A thing happened when I was at a private school. And I'm start senior though from south central and then going to private school I cross who a lot of the kids parents were producers or actors and actresses filmmakers. You know people kind of work in the business. When you're going you know. Hang out with them. It's not over their house and see what their parents are doing. For a living to me it'd be fascinating because you know I survived office storytelling passer bys Awful Brooks. I survived off of you. Know Basketball MAG nation basketball. So for me you know just a natural thing you know where the locker room somewhere around. What we're doing is talent in storytelling. So you know just taking that and Taking that and just trying to implement that into you know the accident a rhythm of of what it needs to make may stop in Hollywood. I know you've appeared in movies. Such as the cookout and also guest starred on televisions Lincoln Heights and also. Abc's the forgotten and of course you've done a number of other FE- Movies as well as the pool boys and two CRIPS and bloods made in America that creative process. Tell me a little bit about it and it wasn't a was there a similarity to the creative process of playing basketball. The way you did absolutely I think you know. Use this meticulous and you know more. So look they said you gotta chip away at the At the iceberg. You gotTa check away at the Sculpture. Every day coming in and you know it's a story you know never never leave in a moment. You know unsolved You know Kinda taking the idea and following through with the idea so the idea is actually vetted and you know it's like that it's like everyday you arrive in we know that there's an ingoing and purpose you know But you know you have to get those rebels like you have to get back. Awesome the right because you're gonNA stay in and the creativity in on the script but it's more of the discipline and the day day practices. That's GonNa get you. You know to your ultimate Dan. And that's you know finishing a script or a pilot pilots fifty something like that. We only have a couple minutes left. But I want to tell you something that somebody told me about you. They said that one of the reasons why you're successful in this new business is that You subjugated your ego. Meaning that the EGO that you hadn't playing professional sports when you got into a new business you are willing to backtrack and learn that business and not all people slash athletes are willing to do that. When their careers came to an end what was the reason? How were you able to do it because not a lot of people will do that? You know for me. It's about the only way to grow the store. And you know I always like to when I walk into a new situation so Highs why years old and take two steps back from WHO I am and the become student and so for me it. Just kinda learning this. This you know Having a company the Black Santa Company that you know inspiring kids and adults who through storytelling and characters. You know I had to go and meet with great creative people you know business people of Comic Book People Ch Kids Book people character designers. You know and really. It's it's almost like an interview. You're interviewing people that collect data and find out you know who you are. It's is and so for me it's You know I'll always learning because it's not about. Darren Davis it's more about the company the Black Band Company and what we can do for people. What is it about today's technology that excites you? The most virtual reality is coming on strong. There's augmented reality. There's additional technologies. There's podcast there's all of this content out there. So what excites you now today? Baron as you move in to this new area say I'm really excited about the opportunities. Vr the opportunities a AR artificial intelligence. And you know those three things together kind of creating this new space. This new Disney this new. You know Sporting experiences you know it's this To really have opportunities to be in a time capsule a time machine so You Know I. That's where I like technology. I think that you know we're just scratching the surface about where we are where we would be able to go and you know it's almost like we're allowed right now. We're living in an adult in there where we can actually start to create history and storytelling that a lot of years. We only have one minute left when you think back on your whole career playing basketball. Is there anything? That's kind of engraved in your mind. That makes you smile about what you've done in sports You know that's a hard question. I was just say the fact that I did. You know When I see it's more so when I see the guys that I played against I see the guys that idolizer play with is like how like they you know. I'm one of the you know one a few at the Vienna paternity they're all my heroes and people that have up to so I'm like you can't even candy so yeah I've been looking forward to this interview for a long time because I respect you not only for what you've done on the court over fifteen years but also what you've done now off the court and where you're growing and the direction you're headed to thank you very much for your time. You're welcome here anytime on sports byline and thank you for violent. I appreciate Baron Davis with us again. Point Guard. He played fifteen seasons with the Hornets and also played with the Knicks. The cavaliers the clippers and the Warriors. He was the third overall pick in the ninety nine draft. He played his college ball at Ucla where he was an all American and he decided to jump to the NBA after his sophomore year and had an outstanding college and pro career and now doing successfully and business as well we've got on sports byline remember in the beginning when you first started to build a life for you and your family you never imagined it would come to this instead of living your dreams. You're living with debt in fact it's smothering you now. There's a way you can take back control with one. Simple call if you owe ten thousand dollars or more in credit card debt you qualify to receive a free no obligation consultation on how to get rid of that debt for good. Call the debt helpline. Now we work on your behalf to reduce your debt. We specialize in credit cards retail store cards and medical bills. 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Doing so in the eighty four games in Los Angeles and at those eighty-four game she also won two silver and two bronze medals and her performance made her one of the most popular athletes in the United States and she was the first female athlete to be pictured on the front of a wheaties box and she's been inducted into the international gymnastics hall of it. Why do you laugh that because I came home from those Olympic Games with five medals and my brothers were more impressed that I was on the cover of the wheaties box? I hear the same thing. I've been digitized into video games as a sportscaster and I had two kids come up to me on an airplane. You're the DUDE IN THE HOCKEY GAME. Let me ask you. You know you've done so much when you sit back Mary Lou and you have a chance to reflect and think about what you've done what is it the means the most to you. I think having the opportunity obviously to represent the United States of America the best country in the entire world. You know having such pride of having those letters on the back of my my red white and blue warm up in standing on that podium and watching our flag rise in the national anthem play Mahanama Heart. It's It's hard to express in words and any athlete any Olympian whose been blessed enough to experience that I I would say would agree with me One of the things. I'm most proud of as well. Is I think that I was. You know there's four Olympic champions now and the all around. I was the first one I was. I'm the pioneer but but I I. I take pride in that fact that I was able to break down a lot of barriers. I was your typical looking gymnast. I wasn't slender with a ponytail in and they called me Earl Campbell. Because I had big guys and I could tumble like dude. Though I would I was different and I was you know I just broke down. A lot of the roads less traveled. Let's say and I think opened that door for the the Olympic gymnastics team today. You have to be athletic. Sport is so difficult. I mean they have to be built like me or when I used to look like but I'm those two things are there representing our own country and Scott. Hamilton is a good friend of mine and I asked him when he won the gold medal and figure skating. What went through your mind when you're standing on the podium listening to the national anthem anthem and he said you know that moment goes so fast he said the competition the same particular way. I also asked him. I said you want a lot of competitions. And they give you all these beautiful sterling silver bowls. What do you do with them? He said one holds chip. The other holds dips Scott so Scott I love him. He's he's a friend of mine as well and just respect the heck out of him for for me my five medals. I literally kept in wonder bread bag underneath my bed for years. I mean we're GonNa have earrings you know. We don't really wear them. My husband took them without me knowing and had a beautiful plaque made and all but one of the things that I remember thinking to myself when I was standing up there for however long the national anthem place is all the people that help. Put me there you know it's for gymnasts in the all around your out there alone because it's not a team competition but it took a whole team of support people to get there and and to get me it me right. I can remember thinking Matt as well. Do you have a sense that an Olympic champion five times medal winner came from Fairmont West Virginia. Because I know the little town a small population. It's in the middle of West Virginia and every I mean that's mind blowing even to me. Well that kind of stuff doesn't happen to people like me and from where I come from and the fact that Bela Karolyi Crowly who defected from this country a year before so me in a competition in Reno Nevada. Instead you come to me. I make you Olympic champion. You know that it's like that stuff doesn't happen but did I have to believe in a greater plan and I have to believe that this was God's plan for me But no one has ever gone to the Olympics again from from Fairmont But they are good. I come from good stock. Your hard working. People are not afraid of artwork. And that's the work ethic I think was drilled into me by my parents and then also by the corollas well five kids in the family right. Yes all of them. Athletically inclined mom puts you toward ballet also gymnastics at the age of seven years old. Tell me about that progression early in your life. Well that thirty years ago even longer than that. It wasn't much opportunity for girls in sports. Not at all so there was one dance. Studio in Fairmont West. Virginia was Monica's Dance Studio. Never forget it and that was really the only thing that my sister and I did And Hated Ballet. That was I wasn't your frilly little ballerina but there was a class. Where instructor would put out this Matt and we would do somersaults and cartwheels and and I loved that I mean that was. That was what I love to do. And then flash forward that summer of Nineteen seventy-six watching my very first Olympic Games and watching. This young girl from a country had never heard of Romania. Her name was Nadia and it was like clicked for meat. That some are on. It was like that. That's what I WANNA do. And there's there's a name for it. It's called gymnastics and so we begged my sister and I begged my my mom onto find a gymnastics class. Which was not in Fairmont? We had to go to the neighboring town of Morgantown at the university. And that kind of where we started you mentioned about Reno How old were you when you were up there? Fourteen that competition because that's when you met him for the first time right right and he said I immediately recognized the tremendous physical potential of this little kid. What did you recognize in him? I know you were young. But what was that first meeting line? He can't snotty at. That was my role model. That was my inspiration and the fact that he was even like talking to me and then he said you come to me and I make you the champion and it's like again. I'm looking around for another short little gymnast named Mary Lou. He couldn't be speaking to me. There's no way I remember when I interviewed him right in the seat that you were sitting in. I came away and I always had this impression when I watched him on. Television saw any of his interviews perfectionist. Yes Yes our support requires it. You know it's in basketball. You know we're GONNA go see a basketball game tonight and they can shoot. It can rim around. It can almost if it goes in you. Win The game gymnastics. That's not the case I mean it's gotta be a total swish. Are you to win? So perfection is demanded in our sport. Al Tougher for you to leave. Fairmont GO TO HOUSTON. I'm very difficult. I mean very tight knit athletic loud crazy Italian family and I just I think about it now and I just was so so very grateful and blessed that my parents let me I mean they actually let me. I mean we didn't have enough financial means for them to Move the whole family so little Mary. Lou can go after some Olympic dream. You know wasn't the case but Bella had arranged for me to live with a family who had housed other generous before. That's what are the journey began and the regimen while you were there school but also the training twice a day right and school really took back seat. We worked out Seven to eleven in the morning would go to school from twelve to three back to the Jim from five to nine and then Saturday was one big long workout and Bell and martyr really didn't believe in Tapering off towards a big competition. He would actually intensify. So sometimes who Atta a Sunday practice? Obviously kids young like that. Give up an awful lot. And there's the burn out factor. We may get into that a little bit later on. But you occasionally had the opportunity to go to a movie right occasionally. Okay and who is your favorite actor? My favorite movie of all time ones rocky the first rocky. Well I saw Matt Dillon. I know you're really going back. You said this is a quote gorgeous. Astor wrote him a letter to hear something cover team. Beat never never wrote me back. Never met Dylan. Have you ever seem you gotta get on his case than what was it? That was girl from Fairmont West. Virginia likes bad boy. I hadn't thought of him for many years. When did you start to really think you could become something special in this sport when Bella? Croly saw something in me the caliber of the coach that he was So when he saw belief and he saw my passion and he saw my strength. I believed it a little bit more. I my goal really was to make the Olympic team not to win the entire so it was really just a cherry on top for that all around competition you know it was like Zabul and I and Bella had coached a Katerina Szabo back in Romania before he defected here so we really both of his students And he'd prepped me for her. She's tough she won't give up you know and it's GONNA literally go down to the last event and And it did. She finished on the bars. Pauley pavilion was. Maybe one percent remain in this teeny tiny little delegation. They were sitting and ever going with their flags and she's got a nine nine on bars. She thought she had secured it. Well I still have vault ahead vault and I said I got two shots to do this. Then you know technically my vote in the air I was probably one of the best vaulters and during my time but I had to land it stick it and and I did. We're talking with Mary Lou. 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Repetitive like gymnastics Is it more muscle memory or do you have to have an ego to some degree? Because I don't think that when you're that young maybe you have an ego like you might find an other sport right. That's a very good point. There's almost an I use this word in a positive way. There's an ignorance to it and that actually worked in my favor The repetition over and over I mean Bella had always told us you know I should be able to wake you up at two in the morning and you go to a bar team. It's muscle memory becomes where he don't even think about it anymore. I remember talking to Debbie Thomas. After she had finished second up in the Olympics up in Canada and I will tell you I was doing a basketball game and Gonzaga on television up there and I happen to walk by and newsstand the morning. She was competing on that Saturday against it. Katharina vet and I looked at her picture and I could read from the body language in that picture. She was not going to be able to win. And it's a lot like that in gymnastics as well. I mean it's an individual sport. Your success or failure depends only on you not a team player. Tell me a little bit about developing that blinders when you go into especially a competition. Where every four years you get the opportunity. Yeah I mean that's it. And for gymnasts usually it's just one Olympic Games so it's your whole life building up to that one. Big Competition It it's it's difficult and that's really what would I call them wanders? You have to be able to to block everything out and what people don't really understand is when you get to a world championship or Olympic Games. I mean everybody on this globe since their best athletes. Like everybody's good. It's a matter of who can do it when they have to do it. The mental toughness. And that's something that I don't know it was because I was younger five kids. I don't know if it's just the way I'm wired. I came out but why you tell me I can't do something I'm going to show you. I'm stubborn and that works in my favor. How difficult is it to be the master of a lot of different disciplines gymnastics very difficult? Because you know I'm I'm not sure pretty little pixie gymnasts I. Am You strong athletic? Powerful wine So vault and floor REM I too strong events. I had to work extra time and just energy on the Balance Beam to control what my God given talents. Were you know? You don't really need power on beam. You need phonetics and you need flexibility. And that's something. I really had to work hard on. And that's the difficulty of gymnastics. You need speed for vault and tumbling you need. You know lower body and the upper body for bars ability grace personality. That count needs to climb shined through on your on the floor exercise a lot of different things Mary Lou. I would think if you asked a lot of people how they describe a gymnast Picked a Pixie nece. I mean they think about the little gymnast and everything but from a March nineteen eighty-four article. It was said about you if she lives up to her. Olympic potential miss retin could also alter the very aesthetic of women's gymnastics for at Fi- Four foot nine three quarter inches and ninety four pounds. She does not have the long elegant line of Traditional Champions in a sport in which appearances in inseparable from performance her rock-solid chunky build coupled with the increasing acceptance of international judges have already encouraged gymnast with similar Compaq. You were a game changer. From the image that people had compared to the image that that you had with your success absolutely. I mean I really was. No one had seen a gymnast like me before they just didn't exist and no one had seen. Jim Is from Fairmont West Virginia. Either in here I came And again very very proud of that fact that I changed the really. The Look of of gymnastics. You know the funny thing about that is is that like in figure. Skating of the judges have the way they see the competition and they have an image in their own mind about the way figure. Skaters should compete and the way gymnast's you look. You have to battle that in all the time. All the time I was called fat I was called ugly Boxy I mean just the adjectives that you just read from that their article Chunky. You know big thighs thunder thighs and it was It was very difficult. I mean you know my kid. Fourteen fifteen sixteen years old and being called the spy very prominent international judges. And you know again you call me that. I'm going to show you can win knowing you as I do and correct me. If I'm wrong about this I think put a chip on your shoulder. I think it it. It really motivated you more. You had those people saying that to you. Instead of embracing humanity was something that was the fire in your belly. Course of course Yeah I mean that was exactly the case. Tell me I can't do it and you don't like the way I look. I don't really care. Let me tell you what I can with it. What's interesting too is a lot of people. Probably don't know you almost did not compete in the nineteen eighty-four Olympics. Tell the story well. I had knee surgery six weeks before a competing and winning a just need had enough in gymnastics Zaveri Pounding Sport Had to have surgery I had some cartilage and ligament damage and one piece was floating around in the knee cavity. The other was lodged in the joint. So it was all locked up You know the team physicians. They sent me to the best to said can't do it. There's just not enough time. There is not enough time you need six weeks to rehab the knee Lonestar tumbling and landing on it especially me because I have power and in my tumbling passes and again. I had given up so much to this point. I had sacrificed so much that I wasn't GonNa let anybody put a limit on me. I just I was GONNA I was GONNA die trying. Yeah the atmosphere in Los Angeles. It was a very unique your unique Olympics because in one thousand nine hundred eighty. We boycotted the Olympics With Jimmy Carter as the President Nineteen eighty-four the Russians did the same thing without the Romanians. Were there more says well. What was the atmosphere of that Olympics? Like I mean I I have nothing but good things to say about it. I think America was in such need of of those Olympic Games and the patriotism that Los Angeles had and I was told people if you ever have Have have the opportunity to go to knit. Lympics in your lifetime go is. It's just. It's extraordinary spectacular. Experience political cloud over those Olympics has yes the athlete jumps sixteen. I doing what what I was trained to do. So I didn't feel it if there was and you know and a lot of people ask me though even thirty years later. They'll say you know the Russians aren't there is your medal still gold and it is. It is in my mind because I had competed many times a up until the Olympics And beat the Russians and the Romanians were the number one team and the Chinese as well and it's sad. It really is sad because I know a lot of the gymnasts on my team really third peak in their their peak performance soon have been nineteen eighty and they stayed in it for another four years which is very difficult to do. I know it's tough on the body How did you deal with that? The physical aspects. I'm finding and compete. Yeah I'm a I'm a mess. I've got two hip replacements. Nineteen surgeries you know. Just but they train differently. They train smarter and they train more efficient and the equipment is much much better than it was back in my generation. And Bella Karoly Boyd. If we did seventy vaults where we landed on the hard surface you know but I can see that when I needed you mentioned about Kathy Johnson. One time that you would go up to her compliment her because it was tough on her body is well. Yes I mean the respect I have for her. She was team captain at Twenty Six. That's that's like grandma. All in gymnastics terms. It's crazy. It's she was wonderful. It was a wonderful team captain for us. Tell me about the cohesiveness of that team because I always found it just from watching it from the outside being down there covering the Olympics and also watching it on television. I thought there was a comradeship there. That was alluring. I WANNA use that word alluring. Because you motivate each other in a very unique way. I thought for sure and I mean. We competed against each other for years. And you know we're in training camps for months before we actually moved into the Olympic Village and Competed at the game so we were like sisters. It's a sisterhood. It really is. It's it's this. Big Sorority that unspoken words. The respect. you just get each other. What's the most satisfaction you got out of Competing in the sport? Most satisfaction winning. It's fun to win. It really is fun to win and really the challenges that come with the sport we talked about a little bit earlier it takes so many different disciplines and to master those and to be the best at something in in the world is pretty. I WanNa thank you. It's been many years since you and I talked to when we saw each other we remembered me but I was the connection between Parkersburg and Fairmont West. Virginia I WANNA thank you not only for your performance says gymnasts but also for the way you've conducted yourself over over the years everything you certainly have created an image and you motivate at a lot of little girls. Here's this well. Thank you Mary Lou retton again. The American gymnasts who became the first American woman to win a gold medal in Olympics. Doing so in the eighty four games in Los Angeles. She won five medals to a bronze and two silver. As well. As that goal we continue across the country and around the world with you on sports byline. 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And he has written inspiring and insightful book called rising above how eleven athletes overcame their youth to become stars and he worked with his two teenage sons Elijah and to collect stories and also conduct the athlete interviews. I was interested when I read that. Last fact about working with your sons. I think I know the answer but tell me why you decided to work with them. While they were sort of the inspiration for this book they each thought there might be some amazing stories out. There of athletes overcame things early on in their lives so we set out to find out what the overcame who who came. Why and find some kind of moving stories? I think we succeeded so they were sort of inspiration. Their idea one of the things I thought about was. I wondered if they brought a perspective to this book. That maybe would not have been found by you since you're a little bit older and you may look at sports. The athletes a little bit differently than somebody. That's young exactly right. So we aim at the US market area. At young people both kids that are sorta dealing with their own. Challenge is differences Our view then. Everyone's got some kind of difference A little bit. And when you're young it it it can be sorta hard in some ways sitting in So yeah they've got their own perspective. They go each A little bit little bit older one seventeen and the other is fourteen likes fourteen and from their perspective making the late a little bit better but but also quite honestly the athletes. Ten our our dickey or or Steph curry we open up in search. Bach especially opened up a lot more to two kids. And somebody like myself. So we all join together in the interviews. And you've got a real sense that the stars wanted to share something with young people really just my kids. My kids are just a proxy for young people out There Greg. Your previous books have been anchored in business. What made you decide to go in this direction towards sports. I'm always been focused on. Interesting characters overcoming things and kind of proving experts raw so each of my book that. I've done so far their their business books but they have that same theme and now. We're just applying that to sports each of these stars. Let's say Steph curry and it's harder to believe. When he came out of high school no one wanted to crew recruited. No one recruited him. No-one said maybe he can walk on. And Your father's Alma Mater Virginia Tech but not in the schools even at any interest and he didn't want to walk on and he had to go to Davidson to prove himself and even early on NBA career. People thought you really wouldn't be any kind of superstar. So I m partial to that theme of people proving the experts wrong and you say time and time again in the world also in our book. athletes improving experts wrong. Let me just tell people listening around the world? Tim Howard Steph Curry Dwayne Wade. Jim Abbott Lebron James Jacques Dumez Sergio Baca r a dickey. I'll thea Gibson Karen Butler and Shane. Batty all for trade in this book. I know some of these athletes personally. The one that touched me the most I think was Tim Howard about him having to Read Syndrome in the sixth grade. Pickup that story. Yeah Cam Had Both Threat Syndrome and OCD. He would walk to school and couldn't stop doing things like picking up dirt and rocks and putting in his bag and the bag was weighed down by all kinds of things by timing out to school and in school he would touch things and even light is playing before a game. He had his whole pattern and he still does where you have to touch certain things and do Had Certain mannerisms and in happening is that she eventually got comfortable with himself. And you realize I'm different but another wrong with WHO I am. I'm just a little different and I can't avoid these. Things can touching things. It's it's who I am. But he and the other stars I found in the book we found. The book came to embrace their differences as opposed to being embarrassed and they all were embarrassed early on and fought who they were. Be someone who may be like a lebrons or Twain Way. It came from a rough part of the country or something like Shane Bad. Yeah it was The father was African. American mother was wide and he's sort of embarrassed and he wasn't embraced by either either Community Connecticut or the white community could really fit in and each of these athletes over time realized. You know what I'm going to embrace who I am and I'm GonNa be proud of him. Being being different in some ways helped him develop who they were as. We really found that fascinating that that process which I think we all kind of in our own ways have to do. We are a little different in some way. I know I'm a short guy. I'm barely five. Seven play ball my whole life on a small scale. I've had to deal with that. But other people had much different things differences physical differences and but in some ways. We're all kind of different and we all have to embrace goes. Efforts is one of the things that I when I think back on it. I've talked with him. A number of times says Jim Abbott. And you and I both know the level of expertise you have to have to be able to play at a pro level and to think that a one handed Major League Baseball pitcher would be able to a make it and be able to throw a no hitter as he did against the Cleveland. Indians is just amazing. What was the essence of why he succeeded? Well what I found fascinating where we found. Fascinating is the Dedicating had to make his Liability become from negative to positive so he worked and worked and worked. And as. I'm sure you know Natalie did become a credible field became a golden globe you'll during people with content and we have some stories and some have been polling some having but Opposing coaches and literally in a big series and chew bill and he represented the United States amateur team and try to take advantage of the difference. They saw one handed pitcher. They said. Bring Adventure we're GONNA bump and over and over Kansas one time early in his life and literally where an opposing coach had. The first thing was eight batters bunt on him and he gets automatic. I hasten lesson ears you could somehow sometimes turn a liability into actually a positive. He's kind of the larger theme of the block for for people with all kinds of challenges. You work hard enough. Sometimes actually it becomes something you can be proud of in positive in your life Gregor. Did you find what I found in talking to athletes over the years and I see Dwayne Wade here? Grew up poor in the streets of Chicago raised by a single mother who sold drugs and was an addict that in almost every one of the cases. I'm sure that you interviewed people and I have found. The commonality is the fact that they all had to deal with something young in their life and they used it as fuel in getting to where they ultimately got to captain. Lee Motivation built resilient to guys that you need to deal with David. If you're a superstar athlete but also you know you and I and people listen to hang. We all have to deal with setbacks in life and yeah we wouldn't want to have to face the kind of thing. The Lebron dwayne Wade or Krahn Butler who was arrested thirteen times before the age of thirteen dealing drugs and other kinds of things on the streets in in Wisconsin E. Even when we want to. We wouldn't shoes these kinds of challenges. But they did help. Deterrent builders determination on their part on grittiness this ability to withstand setbacks that quite honestly a lot of the kids that are boring a little bit better off. Don't have that and they get beat in college or after college their first job or later in life he gets inserted fat but setback and not always so great at handling it. Well these these people in in our clock let all kinds of setbacks early in life because they were able to deal with them early on to better enable leader lights to deal with setbacks Gregg Zuckerman is with us. Be Sure to check out his book. It's called rising above. How eleven athletes overcame their youth to become stars Tell me some of your own personal favorite stories in here that touched you when you had a chance to reflect back on them like this one. That really touched me is Jock there WHO's coach. He was back to back Hockey NHL Coach of the year. So he was real successful coach but he had a secret his whole life and the secret was never learned how to read or write and it was because I grew up When he was growing up he was abused by father. Physically abused teen's mother were for hit on a nightly basis by. That's Nice father and got to school every day and he couldn't focus on his studies. See What was so absorbed in worried about his mother and how she's been treated by his father and he couldn't could've focused and he graduated and became a coach and got the Nhl and he couldn't read your rights and he had to feed your out strategies to trick people. He was the things like walk around carrying newspapers under his arm. He would watch a lot of CNN. So you as well informed about the world he had all kinds of fascinating pricks people. Bring something to sign and he'd say oh. I can't make glasses. I'm sorry. Can you sign it for me or in French and I speak English? I can't sign or vice versa. Takes on the convention and gang muster or or or too big French so eventually though I'll later in life you just couldn't take hiding anybody here from family didn't know that he couldn't read or write and he owned up to it and he came around and he said you know what it's not something to be ashamed of more people than you would think out there especially people who end up in prison who have difficulty reading writing and it's not always their fault. It's usually not their fault. They had some circumstances early in life. And maybe he's learning ability or circumstance like like shock where he had a family issues going on and he was distracted so he takes credit had set out and and it's focused on learning right now to try to read and call. You'll be able to read the Chapter About Book. One of those that you profile is Al Theater Gibson. The Great Tennis Star and I'm assuming that This chapter has to deal with the discrimination. She had to deal with on two levels one being a woman and pioneer in sports and to being African American. Nafta that the right and she Dealt with racism false where she grew up in the New York area but also when she went further south To to further her tennis she encountered a lot of racism and she became an all time. Great and in some ways we got some really interesting thoughts from Venus Williams and she paved the way I'll via paved the way for Venus Williams. So yes she all kinds of issues in terms racism but also found fascinating that she had an issue early on in which she kept running away from school she hated school. She couldn't sit in class. She had difficulty learning and over time. She realized she talked to people. Like Sugar Ray. Robinson than the famous a boxer who said you should go back to school because she had quit and ran away. And you need school later on. She forced herself to learn and she she came to love. Learning and later in life was an adviser in colleges and help young people so she dealt with that as well but the racism was really something That she she really had a tough time early on this. Her reaction was early on. Just kind of say I'm going to show them and a little bit choose angry and she learns how to deal with the the racism finishing process and somebody should became a role model for for other people again being talked about her her nobility and how she became a rollout women. Today and Venus and Serena really have ninety seconds left but Lebron James is focused in this book and I'm telling people something that they did not know about the brawn. Well no that he really was brought up at his mother and he is often. It was difficult circumstances. I don't think people realize how difficult consensus were given shut shuttled unharmed Louis Nowhere. Who's going to be every night? Come and take it as a young person having no idea where you go to sleep and so many nights and who's going to be coming home either because mother let it an interesting life. Let's put it that way. So this guy who we all see a role model on any ways today for kids for kids all over. He's a noble guy. The Smart Guy and well-thought well-spoken guy. I can't do it himself. And that's what the chapters about. I'm sometimes in life. You've got to figure it out yourself. And he was helpless certain coaches and that was great and he ended up living with another family. That really helps them out but I would argue that. He did a lot of it himself and to his credit where he is today he had a great quote he was being asked by. Steve Kroft on sixty minutes when they did a profile on him Because it was reported that Lebron really doesn't watch didn't even know what sixty minutes was. So Steve asked him he said Do you know what sixty minutes is. And he said. Yeah and our. We can't control grant that's my are book. Rising above that a lot of people take things for granted that athletes is. People don't have advantages and it's sort of cliche but they're all kinds of of advantages that we all don't have all right. Dicky have to break into homes to have somewhere to sleep. You roll up a sweat shirt. Put it down on the floor and just go to sleep. An advocate nowhere to live. And she's credit where these people are today. I want to thank you very much. Congratulations on the book. We're GONNA make it a selection of the month on the Sports Byline Book Corner Gregory. I urge everybody to check this out. It's just an outstanding book. Come back and join us again here on Sports byline fun. Thanks for having Gregory Zuckerman again special writer at the Wall Street Journal and you probably have read some of the things that he's written on the world of business and finance but his book on Sports is called rising above how eleven athletes overcame their youth to become stars. We continue on sports. Byline remember in the beginning when you first started to build a life for you and your family. You never imagined it would come to this instead of living your dreams. You're living with debt in fact it's smothering you now. There's a way you can take back control with one. Simple call if you owe ten thousand dollars or more in credit card debt you qualify to receive a free no obligation consultation on how to get rid of that debt for good. Call the debt helpline. Now we work on your behalf to reduce your debt. We specialize in credit cards retail store cards and medical bills. One simple call is all it takes to get the ball rolling to a debt. Free Life. 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I'm Ron bar good to have you with us for this edition of Sports byline. We'RE GONNA be talking basketball this hour. I think you know the first name. I'll tell you who it is in just a second. He is well known in. Nba Circles and also played in the final four for University of North Carolina. And then we're going to be talking a little later on in the hour with Jonathan. Abrams award winning journalist who covers the NBA? For ESPN DOT COM. He has also written for the La and New York Times and the face of the NBA has certainly changed forever by the prep to pro generation and Jonathan has written the definitive account. The unique chapter in Professional Sports with his book called boys among men. How the prep to pro generation redefined the NBA and spark that basketball revolution. This is an outstanding book. But we're going to kick things off in just a second with Jerry Stackhouse. He played eighteen seasons in the NBA with eight teams after being drafted out of North Carolina. In the first round third overall pick he was a premier player from the time he was a sophomore in high school. He was the state player of the year for North Carolina And also led North Carolina against the North Carolina High School team to the state finals and he also went to UNC he led UNC to a final four appearance and was named the National Player of the year and following the season he declared for the nineteen ninety five NBA draft and of course was selected in the first round of that draft With the third PICK OVERALL BY THE PHILADELPHIA. Seventy sixers and he was hyped really when he came out of college as the next Jordan since both players played at North Carolina went number three in the draft and were listed at six six look very similar physically and had similar acrobatic type of game. So we'll talk with him a little bit later on by the way. Check out the award winning Sports Byline USA website. You can listen to us. 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Now I spent some time back there in that part of the country on the East Coast Norfolk Virginia. And I'm pretty familiar with North Carolina. And I know that little town. Tell me a little bit more about Jerry. More would share cropping town but It was a good place to grow up Really you know community based Parents and and people are really involved with with kids growing up where there was little league baseball. Little League football basketball. I played all sports growing up and This is a small town kind of you. Share Cropping Industrial Dupont was a big plant. That was there for a long time when I was growing up. So there's about forty thousand people there when I was growing up and then the plant close down so it was only about probably about twenty five thousand people there now so it was quite a exodus but you know still still a really good place to grow. When did basketball come into your life Basketball really early age. My brothers played. I'm the youngest.

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