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"bagley" Discussed on Stars Like Us: Astrology with Aliza Kelly
"Arch And this is gonna come back wherever it's already right. You must include our return in different different converse danger but dust on the little bit on the other side that keeping to the astrology. Ludo going into going. It's coming back going really sitting in a queries for a long time again. A whole conversation our few conversations To to be fair unto itself but is is is what i heard An existing win. Where i've i've wanted to chiang drives car sharing varies but then where i have not wanted to and and my life even having been here a planet earth or few decades now so pushing myself coming out twenty nine which was very hellish. Just really terrible. And then coming or twenty. Twenty miller got up from here for me but collectively looking at it astrology. I don't know about this and in some ways was worse than what i expected having said but it was way way way ray. That's always. they're harder because of the way things shut down and we couldn't just need up for a drink outset a quote unquote outsider insider illegal for some weeks last year for us to catch drink in a bar if the bar was opener even being park arch employees here new york city and done one people familiar. With fact all of that right rethink or remix very very much remix. How we're looking at this. Let's refrain And start for the mercury retrograde fans out there do need remix there to be in both of those buckets. It's not that i don't want change. Oh my gosh. I do. I do i do i do and i have since very young. But being of a certain age and having sat on the board of one of these astro strategy organizations. Our membership process having saturday's into second organization appears that grew and still being stabbed for that same ashville organization. I cried more compassion for A lot of the work is volunteer. Certainly was for the first two roles. I have now of barely not barely. But i'm a very very part time eight staff person And i'm happy with my word. Happy with the little bit of money a half there. I am to be honest. West rated a that were not more shaggy or nimble or There's something you're does that there's a way we're not responding to the moment or moments that were miss. But then just like saturday of microcosm of the world. I think a lot of us were so attached and invested in origins diluted by the the outages exit which i would sit right as a for looking at the grantee shin last again bigger. With your two hundred years it was earth and there many positives there. Many placid we can feed the world now western or limited western medicine. But i'll health isn't a way better space a hundred years ago Keeping in mind the population by many billions of people right but even.
Brandon Bernard executed for role in 1999 murder of couple
"The trump administration carried out another federal execution last night. Brandon bernard lethally injected for the nineteen ninety nine murder of two youth ministers in texas strapped to the death row gurney. He said he wished he could take back. That offered an apology to the victim's family and to his own for the pain and suffering. Afterwards georgia bagley. The mother of one of the victims said the apology helped to keep her heart today. Another execution is scheduled alford bourgeois convicted of beating his two year old daughter to death for spilling her potty chair.
Federal prisoner Brandon Bernard executed despite pleas from celebrities, jurors
"Administration carried out its ninth federal execution of the year. Last night. Last minute clemency pleas for Brandon Bernard were rejected celebrities and a former U. S prosecutor had taken up his cause. George Hale from member station. W F I U has more fans flooded Donald Trump's Twitter account for a week after Kim Kardashian West asked for help trying to save Bernard's life. But late Thursday it was the mother of a murdered youth minister of plotting the president's decision to let the execution go forward. The family have Todd Bagley would like to thank President Donald J. Trump. Attorney General William H. Bar and the Department of Justice. Todd and his wife, Stacy, were visiting Texas in 1999 when a group of young men kidnapped them, hoping to empty their bank accounts. Hours later, the couple was locked in the trunk of their car when the gang's ringleader fatally shot them. Both. Bernard was a low ranking member of the gang and followed orders to set the car on fire. Federal officials executed shooter, Christopher V. Alva in September. They also moved to set an execution date for Bernard. Supporters of Bernard insist he had no idea the all the planned to shoot anyone. He was also only 18 at the time. That wasn't part of the original kidnapping. But prosecutors managed to convince a mostly white jury to send us both young black men to death. The majority of surviving jurors later changed their minds about Bernard. So did Angela Moore, a former U. S prosecutor who helped defeat Bernard's appeal. Mr Bernard was not planning on any kidnapping or killing to happen. Mr Real of Awas More wrote in an op ed in the Indianapolis star detailing her objections to Bernard's execution. That's when Kim Kardashian West got involved tweeting the essay to her nearly 70 million followers. Trump listens to West before he once hosted her in the White House alongside prisoners he had granted clemency. The Stars Support offered rare hope to an inmate scheduled to die under a Supreme Court stacked with death penalty supporters. Hours before the execution, Bernard's defense, added attorneys and Trump backers Ken Starr and Alan Dershowitz to the team. They sought a 14 day stay to review the case. But any hope of Trump intervening, faded late Thursday. As prison officials gathered witnesses and the execution went forward Kardashian West took to Twitter soon after our system is so eft up, she said. The next federal execution is set for tonight. For NPR News. I'm George Hale and Terra Haute, Indiana.
US to drop drug charges against Mexico’s former defense chief
"Former mexico defense minister returned to mexico last night after. Us drug charges against him. Dropped as npr's carrie kahn reports. It's unclear whether the retired general will be prosecuted on charges pending against him in mexico. Us district judge. Carol bagley granted the request effectively dropping. All charges against salvador's goes the judge. Bagley said she didn't doubt the. Us government's reasoning for the request. Which had come from the top level. The us attorney. General william bar in requesting the dismissal bar said important foreign policy considerations outweighed the government's prosecution interests see infla- goes arrest last month's strained. Us mexico relations. He was charged with conspiring with a cartel to distribute drugs in the us. Mexico warned the arrest damaged future joint enforcement. Former general's fate is in mexico. The foreign minister here said cnn foibles is returning as a free
US executes first Black man since federal executions resumed
"Of federal executions that began earlier this summer was put to death Thursday night in Terror. Hoat Chris Davis reports on Christopher V. Alva, his mother spoke to the victim's family. At an anti death penalty rally. Though the Bagley's were across the street waiting to witness the execution of his son wants you to know that he is deeply remorseful for the pain that he has caused You. Lisa Brown says her son had changed and believes that could have been considered. Todd and Stacy Bagley were murdered in 1999. None of the others involved got the death penalty. Chris Davis 93. W I. B C
US executes first Black man since federal executions resumed
"Has executed its first black inmate since President Donald Trump resumed executions. Christopher V. Alva was 19 when he abducted Rob shot and killed Todd and Stacy Bagley, a religious couple from Iowa, visiting his hometown of Killeen, Texas. He was convicted by a federal jury of 11 whites and one black and sentenced to death. During a campaign event and Jacksonville, Florida President Trump talked about his denying clemency. They came to my office today and the death penalty for clemency. I said What was the crime? The crime was so horrible in his last statement, the 40 year old be Alva Ask God to comfort the families. Of those he killed. Seven inmates have been put to death by federal authorities since the summer in the 56 years before that, just three federal executions were carried out. I'm to
Feds put first Black inmate to death since execution restart
"The federal government has executed its first black inmates since president Donald Trump resumed executions Christopher B. although was nineteen when he abducted robbed shot and killed Todd and Stacey Bagley a religious couple from Iowa visiting his hometown of clean Texas he was convicted by a federal jury of eleven white and one black and sentenced to death during a campaign event in Jacksonville Florida president trump talked about his denying clemency they came to my office today and the death penalty for clemency I said what was the crime the crime was so horrible in his last statement the forty year old B. although ask god to comfort the families of those he killed seven inmates have been put to death by federal authorities since the summer in the fifty six years before that just three federal executions were carried out I'm Jim acquire
Tense protests erupt after Detroit officers shoot, kill man who fired on them
"Energy behind the ongoing protests in the city of Detroit renewed on Friday after a fatal shooting, involving an officer near San Juan and mcnichols on Detroit's west side. The protests built up as rumors spread across social media of Hakeem Little Tins. And the rumored 'cause that a teenager was shot in the back of the head execution style protesters marched from the Bagley neighborhood through the university district to the police precinct on seven mile near Woodward that spurred Detroit police to release body Cam footage from the officer within hours. It show that the incident in fact did not happen. As was rumored on social media, the video showed that the suspect reached for a gun in his pocket and shot I at a police officer at close range. Other officers are on the scene. Then fatally shot the twenty year old littleton. The whole thing escalated in less than five seconds at the time. Littleton associate who police say is a suspected gang member was being arrested on an outstanding warrant for distributing drugs. Protests were then subdued by whether and the realization that they came together over misinformation, widely shared on social media that police shot an unarmed teenager. Protests resumed Saturday with an attendance of about one hundred Detroit. Police chief James Craig called the officer involved a hero while critics say. Say the police don't have the strength and don't know how to engage with citizens in a way that's focused on de escalating conflict
Jonas Brothers Share What They've Been Up To In Quarantine
"We say good morning to the Jonas brothers. Good Morning Guys. Welcome to earning. So can we. Where are we right? Now I'm in. I'm in a basement in New Jersey. Where Joe where are you? I'm in my office in L. A. and La Los Angeles and Are you in La as well? I'm also La just hanging out me and my dogs this morning. Kevin and I'm not in the basement in Jersey but I am in Jersey. You're in my state. Come on over. We'll distance sounds good. So here's here's something I find fascinating about you guys ever since you decided to come back and give this another world. You've been nonstop. I mean I don't it from our perspective. It seems like you never stop. It's like every day. You have a new announcement there. A new announcement tomorrow. I mean but because of the way we're living our lives these days. I'm assuming you're almost forced to slow down a little bit. Aren't you or. You're still chugging away just as fast as always it's been surprisingly busy. I mean on on top of Releasing Xm Five more minutes today and kind of the gear up for that We all stay pretty busy with their own own. Things I've been doing. The voice live shows remote from home which has been very unique. And you know had to sort of spend most of my my time outside of brothers stuff doing that. Kevin's been you know. Homeschooling is kids. And yes. That's the only new thing and then going. How's that working for you It's good. I just can't believe in kindergarten. They're doing like like light Algebra like I. Just don't get it. You know like she's like I was just helping her ready for this call with some of her schoolwork and she's like Dad. I have to solve for x and you help me figure out which one this is came today. That's the sole for ex- ex- exactly nice. I feel like we all think we're smart until it's time to help your children with homework and like wait a second. I'M REALLY NOT THAT SMART. Exactly was this is kindergarten. So I'm really concerned about what the future holds. This is why I stopped at a Schnauzer. Brilliant as is GonNa be in my house Schnauzer. He speaks German and Joe. I was watching a cup of Joe on Qube. That looks like a dry. A dream job to me being able to these these cities. You've always been too but you never got to see them now. You get to explore them with interesting people exactly a for years we would travel and go to these different cities and we'd see the hotel or just the venues we started going. Stir crazy thinking what would it be like if I had a six hours to explore with interesting people and we really tried to get some interesting talented to join us and then Matthew mcconnahey was was number one he started us off so I was like well? You set the bar. I once I ran out of gas. I used Kevin Neck which was great. I'll convenience being show convene you WANNA come so so being being musicians which is part of what you are being How does this all change for you? You're still making music but it's all I'm assuming it. The rules are thrown out the door. I mean it's a whole new way of of existing and creating right definitely definitely different. Get all go ahead. This is the hardest part about these calls. You never know. Speak kind of adapting to what this life is like for all of us right now. I'm making the most of it. Obviously music keeps US motivated and inspired so we tried to have little recording writing setups in in individual spaces. So I've been able to do songwriting from afar. And sometimes you go. Why haven't we done this all this time? Bagley you'll have our space but I think it's it's going to be really exciting. We can get a in a room with a bunch of people again and Wrightson songs right now. Have you seen each other in masks yet because I find that? It's the most bizarre thing to see a loved one in a mask who the nothing your naked. I? We haven't actually I have. I've seen Kevin on his way. You know he's running errands and we've facetime. We're both mass together. So it's just a bizarre world we're living in But at the same time when you're still producing music you're still doing the things you love. You'd have to do differently but you you. You make sacrifices in you come out with like what we're doing today so you decided to release what we call it a bundle it's called X. or fire go. No because there's there's an ex and there's five more minutes so well. Today's the fifteenth. So we thought we'd get creative. Okay tricking we've asked him. I didn't even put the two together. So I'm with YOU ELVIS. Good so we're GONNA play X or five minutes or so. I play both. What should we do? Here I've been played both say yes probably the time we've ever released time top five okay. We'll do it. I'M GONNA blame now in that order accident in five minutes in next time. Let's get together in the same room. Let's say some better timing. What are you do? I think this is great. I love the fact that I can be in my basement and talk to the Jonas brothers. Oh by the way announcement I dunno I think Kevin knows but I have three huge Koi in my house and Santa Fe and there yesterday enjoy Jonas brother a scavenger now and they have they have little fish now. They're they're they're having families. How Kevin Kevin in Nick? Fish all did each other well. I don't know I don't know how to tell left tail and how it works but it congratulates the three of you. Have you have little fish in my fish? I wanted to say thanks the enjoyment.
"bagley" Discussed on The Virtual Couch
"Spread the word of positive parenting and let me. Just bring your quickly to episodes one. The last one episode two hundred. And you know. I can't believe that I have two hundred podcast episodes out but The CO author of my Book Josh. Who is a lifelong journalist? Interviewed me and it was a lot of fun. I was Reticent about it and even though I've got a podcast in a microphone in front of me I still don't necessarily like talking about myself so that was that was a lot of fun and I'm really grateful for the well wishes and the positive feedback there and another one that I've been really surprised with the feedback is it's the episode where. I had my wife and two of my daughters. My son nephew called the quarantine kids of back. And we tackle all things quarantine and what I continue to hear. There is especially that with all of my twenty something year old people that were in the room talking about how difficult the online school is for college or just the day and night. I have to tell you I got up this morning. Recording to do at four. Am Pacific Time. And I'm leaving my house at three thirty and there's my son and my nephew in our in our little home gym and they are lifting weights and I mean they're days night there night is day. It's just it's pretty crazy. But that one is in the episode called the Quarantine Kids Back. That was just a handful of episodes back so I would really encourage those episodes but today I want to get right to the interview. I'm kind of calling this. When mini interview I interviewed nate. Bagley in if you already know who named Bagley is your you already. Maybe anticipate or guests that there was a lot of excitement between the two of us. I felt like an innate Senate. I don't know if it was on the interview or not but that he felt like the the cliche was true. He's a brother from another mother and he is a an extremely positive guy. He's a relationship researcher. Who has some fascinating experience interviewing people all over the world in various types of relationships on what makes a relationship work or what what makes a relationship not work in so he he's he's hosts? Utah's date night He's done extensive amount of writing recording. And and we talk about that a little bit in this interview but the big thing that there is a purpose of this because nate has created an incredible program called the epoch wives experiment and it sounds like it is for wives. It is epic and and he's going to go into that in this interview in the in great detail but it is. It is not as you'll hear US talk about. It's not putting blame or or saying that. Why is you must do everything in the marriage or in the relationship? But he's just out of his research over years of research is compiled information that he felt like he could target two wives. That would really help make a change in a relationship and I have to tell you in our interview. I just I love it. He has so much experience in just data to work with in. I just kept jumping in. There is a marriage therapist who sees twenty plus couples a week for the last ten fifteen years. And that's why I really like a lot of the things that he talks about. So jive with the Emotionally focused their EMT. The couple's therapy that I do in just in the way that we want to be heard. WanNa be cared about so I just I really like needs energy and so there's a couple of more weeks. The epic wives experiment is live up until may seventeenth. I believe at midnight. You can go sign up and He's created a a link for me which we don't talk about in the interview because he did that after he was so kind. But I'll have the Lincoln show notes. But it's Tony's experiment dot com so if you just go to T. O. N. Y. S. E. X. P. R. M. E. N. T. dot com Tony's experiment dot com. That will take you to nate's epoch wives experiment and you can sign up there and just I know it's going to help your marriage and I'm doing it as well which I'm kind of excited about so I'm GonNa talk about that too but I will give you more background on. Nader we talk about that a little bit more interview. But he's a he's a Ted Speaker. Founder of growth marriage Utah date night. He's got a a wonderful podcast about marriage and in he makes some pretty strong strong claims. Sounds like I'm saying and I don't know about these but is data's good and so I really like what needs doing. So go to Tony's experiment DOT COM. Learn more about the EPIC WIVES EXPERIMENT? And now let me get to the interview with brother from another mother. Nate Bagley right now. I feel like it was too much setup but now we are laughing anyway neat bagley welcome to the virtual couch. Tony Great to be here so cozy. Isn't it though I mean I'm able to tell me would feel so good to see here three so I would love to just jump right in and talk about your your program but I? Can you give my audience a little bit about? Tell me who is Nate Bagley? Yeah let me tell you a little bit about my backstory here and that'll that'll explain why I'm sitting on your couch right now. Okay so I don't know eight nine nine years ago eight or nine years ago. I quit my job because I had a question. And that question was what am I doing wrong and all of my relationships. That's keeping me from having the love that I want so I was single. I desperately wanted to get married. I was ready to settle down but and I and I knew if I got married. I wanted to have a ridiculously awesome marriage yet. I didn't want to be like just tolerating my marriage day to day and I've seen people in my life who had these extraordinary marriages and I was like what are they doing. What are these people doing? That makes our marriage so look so wonderful and then other people just seem like miserable and I decided when I quit my job I would just travel the country and spend some time interviewing the couples and so I interviewed hundreds of couples from all walks of life all over the country. I interview people from arranged marriages people who are religious people who are non religious people in polygamous families case gay couples straight couples like just people from every walk of life. Who had something special and my goal is to figure out. Okay what can we do it? How can I take things that those people are doing right and distill them into our lives so that we can have really ridiculously awesome marriages? And that's kind of how I got my my start in this marriage space and people can find that. I know you've done Ted talks. I mean you've got a are you okay Sharon a little bit of what you learned. What are some of the big takeaways you've found from those interviews? Yeah I mean there's a lot of really interesting takeaways. I think one of the really big ones is that this is i. Haven't I WANNA explore talking about this in this way? Haven't really talked about it before and I feel like you're a good person to talk about this with your weight can save some of this for later. A little sneak preview in this is and this is a little teaser for a segues. Segues in really beautifully too. I think what we're going to talk about later on but I think one of the things that makes humans humans is that we are creators. Like there's not really a whole lot of other animals that have the capacity to take a bunch of random stuff or junk or you know stuff you can find anywhere and turn it into something meaningful and you know like human beings are incredible at this. You know you can take a bunch of paints and make gorgeous landscape You can take a you could take like a some some would and some brass or some strings and you can make instruments and then you can create beautiful music with like. We are a masters at arranging things in a way that creates something beautiful and I think one of the ways that we can express our creativity is through the relationships that we create and the truly extraordinary couples were a very cognizant of their capacity for creation. You know one of my favorite things about about scripture if you go back to the very first chapter in the very first couple versus of Genesis is God introduces himself not as our father but as the creator of the universe is his identity is to for us as a hey. I'm a creator. And then later he says you're my children like I'm your father but I think inherently imbued in us is that that sense of like creative godly creation ability to create. Does that make sense knowledge? Does it make sense? I got the chills is the part where we adhere snow Little bit but this is something I would love to explore with you because and I honestly even having a moment here because as a marriage therapist and I promote this emotionally focused therapy to CFC ma. She's amazing in essence you've got a person with their own private individual experiences that getting married to someone with their own private individual experiences and as a marriage therapist where they flourish and thrive is. When it's both they can both kind of edify each other and then take those two individual experiences and create and what I run into far too often as the will. Why do you think that will? Why do you feel that way? We'll that what do you think that does for me? Linh we get into this endless loop of just you know trying to our own values or beliefs coming up with a better analogy of why well it's like this. It's trying to convince the other person they're wrong in essence your this is your something big. Oh cool yes. I'm just noodling with this idea lately but I think there's something really really powerful when you realize that the stuff that I bring into the relationship and the stuff that you bring into the relationship we can either use it as weapons and like hit each other and tear each other down or we can use them as tools to create something ridiculously awesome. That nobody else on the planet has. That's beautiful. I mean it really is because on the other reality. I always say that it's not. It's it's not just that that that didn't devolve into an argument. But then when it when I hear you and not that it's exponentially better. Yeah and one of the heartbreaking things for me and you probably see a lot you can tell me. Maybe I'm mistaken here but I'm pretty sure that you probably see this a lot. Is I see I see this? Very commonly among wives I. I talked to a lot of wives and I see them feeling burned out. Stressed overwhelmed depleted anxious. Maybe even growing a little bit resentful because if you go back to their wedding day what. They thought that they were going to have and then what they have. Now are two very different things you know. They feel like on responsibility. Winning them down. They feel a sense of obligation to like keep everybody happy. And it's just like this really really heavy thing and to me like this. It's like heartbreaking. It's to me. That's when somebody is in that situation I think. Oftentimes they lost touch with their ability to create their own reality to create their own relationship and oftentimes they find themselves in a position. Where there's like life is happening to them and their marriage is happening to them instead of for them and so kind of what my mission has been over these last couple of since. I went on this crazy road trip and started learning. All these things is how can I kind of can people to the power that they have to to create a new reality for themselves like ultimately. Your marriage is made up of choices. That's like the creative. If you're if you're painting a picture you have canvas and paints and a paintbrush. If you're taking doing photography you have a camera on you have like a paper. You print out on You know if you're doing woodworking you've got tools and would but if you're creating a marriage you have choices and and your choices or what shape your reality and a lot of people are making their choices unconsciously and they don't realize how much power their choices have chosen themselves into this world that they hate and or or they resent that are not enjoying and my it's brings me so much joy to like lift up the veil from people's eyes and help them realize like oh. I can make different choices. And it's not that hard to create a completely different reality. As a matter of fact within a few days I can create a reality that I love and I can feel that energy comeback and I can feel the stress lift off my shoulders and I feel more in partnership with my husband or my wife and like magic. Magic starts to happen when we embrace our divine creative power and start making like really powerful choices in our lives I love and so is that a lot of them again. What is led you to create this program that you have this okay. And and so it's it's targeted. Immune the epic experiment. You know. I'm curious. Have you run into anyone? That is is kind of saying well. What about my husband you know? Yeah Yeah so we'll talk about that. Yeah that's like the first question is is. I'm already doing everything. Why do I need to do more and what I tell them is? That's part of the reason you need to do this program like the epic experiment is designed to show you the things that you're doing that are putting you.
"bagley" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"The show by Bagley the top one or protect the ball on the run around the six twenty four our flight one twenty three for one eleven one twenty seven one twenty three would be the final he has been Dow's world three point three FM mavs get the win look a Dodge twenty five points fifteen rebounds a career high seventeen assists his twentieth career triple double and it's a hundred nine games to do it second fewest in NBA history to reach twenty trouble doubles you one guess as to what is the quickest and course would be Oscar Robertson took him forty five games so cool to Dodge one hundred nine dont judge is the youngest player in NBA history with twenty points fifteen rebounds fifteen assists in a game mavs get the when they're fourteen and five on the road this season raptor a one thirty to one twenty one win over the thunder under trailed by as many as thirty cut the deficit to three with a couple of minutes to go but didn't score a single point after that one up losing by nine nuggets of one hundred to eighty six win over the Hornets Denver fourteen and for over the last month tied for the most wins in the NBA since December twelfth pistons top the Celtics one sixteen one oh three one person we have not seen on the court yet this season Diane Williamson religion's continuing their season without him blunt we're getting there can general manager David Griffin we hope to have a slightly more intense practice on either the seventeenth nineteen if all goes well from that as he's cleared by then which is not quite yet our anticipation is plays first game on the twenty second at home against San Antonio this process has been one that's been really really good we've learned a lot more than we probably taught him frankly but he's he's getting to the point where we actually think he's as ready as he believes so everything's moving in the right direction yesterday the work that designed it was as good as I've seen to this point better than he was in the pre season so we feel like it'll be a bigger better version of himself healthier version of himself moving forward but it's just the timing of this has been difficult those I am planning on making his debut next week against the spurs according to David Griffin ESPN insider Adrian Wojnarowski aside William St didn't they only not wanted the I need to be healed but he wanted to be the one to have his conditioning back you know he wanted to be able to get a lot of reps in practices that couple more practices till next week he liked the idea I'm told a Wednesday Friday home stand in world's next week for you can play against the spurs and he can come right back again and play against the Denver Nuggets on Friday night but the fact is that next week has kind of a target range for him really for the past two three weeks and they're saying him not the team him he's making this decision essentially right the player always has to especially a player of this stature number one overall pick who you know kick com came into the league you know almost with an iconic stature from college basketball Zayn Williamson and and those around him they had a lot of say and when he was going to play and how those rehab was going to go but that's the modern NBA now there's no team that wants to be on the hook of Aug or being accused of rushing a player back before he's ready you'll see sign Williamson when's it out against the spurs elegance however are cautioning the design on amber is a wiki an as yet to play in an NBA game so let's set the.
Kemba Walker, Kyle Lowry And Marvin Bagley discussed on The Jump
"So another one bites the dust kyle lowry always says his surgically repaired thumb has not recovered sufficiently enough to allow them to participate for the world cup and is withdrawing from consideration from the team the kings marvin bagley he has also withdrawn from consideration those to add to remarkable list of players who have removed themselves from consideration including all stars up and coming stars and veteran role players that leaves fifteen members being considered for the twelve man roster for the world cup starting at the end of the month. Tim of the guys left who should start for team u._s._a. I think for the guys are pretty obvious. Kemba walker is going to be the best player on the team. He should start donovan. Mitchell seems like he's pretty like start next door brooke lopez's. I think it will be the starting center chris
Knicks Snap 18-Game Home Losing Streak with Win over Spurs to Avoid NBA History
"Guys. We have a guest here obviously on the shell Pennzoil performance line. And it is oh guy. Our guy Bagley get your bag. Ian, how're you doing? In. My three favorites out there tonight. I'm very excited. Yes. ESPN New York. Knicks reporter also does the nets and basically holds the upper east coast down in did you know that the Knicks made the Oscars they pretty much won an Oscar did you notice this? Yeah. We got wind of it on social media after the game. And we asked a couple of players about if they hadn't seen a year for too excited to just see the clip Samuel Jackson, and Spike Lee. Not every not every year that the Knicks could have mentioned on the Oscars deserves rightfully so. Because the Knicks would at home first time that happened since December one twenty eight and I'm talking about last year folks, twenty we're everywhere. Number one two thousand eighteen they won. They beat the Spurs one thirty one eighteen and I even saw the icing on the cake who threw off the backboard pass for the dunk like it was just wild. How important Dennis Smith? Well, of course, it makes sense. Usually he's on the other end of the dunk rape. How does this when in Madison Square Garden me? What was the field? Was it like a sign of relief for coach physio it felt like a weight off everybody's shoulders, you know, coach FitzGerald would tell us that they don't think about it. They don't talk about it. But then the players afterward joking around the locker room, it just felt like a much later lock home. Now, they knew about they were one loss away from Batasuna longest losing streak ninety history set in ninety three ninety four by the Dallas Mavericks. They know that they have the longest losing streak in franchise history. This so they're aware of those numbers. They don't want to be a part of that history. Tonight, especially the team like the city until you're Spurs. It's not easy, especially for this. And we've got a twenty two games left would throw out the record. We know where we know where we are twelve hundred forty eight what should be the goals over the next six weeks here with this team wanna see consistency. I think so Kevin Knox. You'd wanna see what Frank ntilikina as you're still trying to answer that question. You know, one one and a half almost two seasons. Enter France career, he should get healthy at some points to from this point. I think it was the next to kiss him significant minutes trying to answer that question to try to see if he can be elite guard. What did he do off the ball and where he used offensively so between seven and Saint not some consistency. From those guys. I think the next like what they've seen recently from young player in literal Robinson who who's really played well, especially since the Andre Jordan has come over from Dallas Jordan has done a good job mentoring. Mitch robinson. So I think it's it's the young players on your team and being able to project them forward who is a keeper who can you pencil in for next year? And who do you think won't be around piggybacking off your point there? What's the the Knicks recruiting pitch this summer? You know, who they Bill that around is it around, you know, playing with somebody like Dennis Smith. Knox. Or like what how does that play out? Jordan because you have the two max slots. Pitches almost hey, come come here and tell us who you wanna play with right twenty nine hundred she class, we get that you wanna play with and Kevin Durant. Also simple. You want to change the narrative around. Golden State to win those titles. You come here. And you have success in New York you wanna title in New York. I mean, that's a forever thing doesn't staffers outside of Madison Square Garden and no one. We'll talk about how joined that Golden State to win your earlier title simple message. Anybody else? It's tell us who you wanna play with. We'll try to bring that guy in. That's the voice of in Begley are ESPN next report. And that's reporter upper east coast. Reporter you're listening to insiders. I'm Bobby marks Jordan Schultz ESPN radio ESPN app and Sirius XM channel eighty now. Talking about obviously, the potential free agency this summer. Those are all big question marks largely because of the trade deadline, sending Kristaps Porzingis opening up two slots, but tell me how worried were Knicks fans watching Duke UNC this past week in. Knick fans are still watching the Knicks games. I give them a lot of credit assume most expensive watching every night. So. A big sigh of relief. I think I'm this fanbase when you found out that that sign injury wasn't that serious that he's going to be okay. Because this record twelve weeks at this point. And they're just looking ahead towards the trash and like every other bottom. Feeding MBA franchise. They're looking at nine what you've seen how he can impact their roster. How much he can change the fourteen organization. So, you know, certainly everybody around here was relieved when they found that he was okay. The interesting thing so Zion and wherever the Knicks end up in the draft in the top three. They hope is could that pick then help them creed. With the woman's Francis us, I think that's something. That's that's certainly on the fan bases minded. I'm sure the front office is thinking about different permutations packages. They could put together including that twenty nine team first round pick to try to entice New Orleans Detroit. And before we let you go. What do you think Zion playing in Madison Square Garden would look like do you think it would be just the new coming up LeBron or even even bigger based on his highlights in his dunking ability. I remember the Jeremy Lin Ron and how much energy was in the building night in and night out. How much of the event every home game was your masters. I think it would be just like that. But even more so sign Williamson was here. Because you know, he getting the franchise all three player people talk about him as a prospect the same way, they talks about Davis to bring that kind of talent into this building would give this reasons for optimism something they haven't had in a long time around here in. I look forward to our shared slice of pizza. I know we've been pushing off that day for a long time. He's been the best pizza apparently in New York. But before we let you go last, but not least we have awards given out for the MBA insiders and honors of aren't Oscars. Have you been watching the Oscars tonight? Because I've been at the. Is your feed though, you saw here. A little bit here and there, okay? This has been a Mahershala Ali love fest on the show, but we actually have awards given out today on MBA insiders throughout the course of the night. I want to get your vote for the last category that we're trying to push best leading man. Are you ready for this vote pleased? The nominees are Janta Takubo of the box. PG thirteen Paul George of the thunder James harden of the rockets and Kawhi Leonard of the raptors who is your best leading man right now. I would go right now with John giving Milwaukee's records they're standing in the conference in the role that he plays on that team. I think he's most deserving of that honor at the moment all of Georgia's a close second. Given what he's done for the thunder
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"bagley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Every day again in just a moment or two we'll talk with marvin bagley you're talking about more of albert in different parts of the country and the memories that you have listening to games on radio back then because that's how you got your sports information back then for the most part you got your information via the radio and i still to this day consider more of the greatest radio announcer that i've ever listened to and i know if you live in northern california it's no now that would be bill king and if you live in southern cali you would say oh no you know that would be chick hearn and if you live in other regions of the country well you you would probably pick another announcer all right as promised from the sacramento kings he was the second overall pick the all american all acc player of the year from duke joining us here on the jim rome show marvin welcome this is grant napier how are you i am doing good before we get into the draft and getting ready to play tonight for someone to just sign your first nba contract over the weekend and you just turn nineteen a couple of months ago when you see the money that's flying around right now to nba veterans what goes through your mind i mean there's always the blessing fine no follow martinez some offer attack but i mean i don't really pay attention to the money there's this for is me getting getting to where i wanna be down the line and on developing as a player so i'm this is about the whole process of enjoyed everything better for me some money is great to take care of my family and make sure but i play the game because i love it and wants to get better at that's pretty much in my mind marvin bagley joining us here on the jim rome show before we talk about the draft and getting ready for tonight's contest take me back to last year and give me one or two things that you learned more than anything else from coach k coach terry was a very close the learn how to project the game attack the game it was great i'm allergic to being a moment living in a moment don't worry about what happened in the past or future but just worry about making the most of every day he did every day coming in from what how great season about how bad replacing the state level editor for wanted to teach us being able to peer part of that i agree i'm definitely glad i got one of the coaches ever marvin take me back to draft a june twentyfirst and your mindset waking up that morning and connie you wanted to kind of put a filter around the outside world right you didn't really want to know what all the forecast were about where you were going to take me through the mindset leading up to the draft that began at seven thirty eastern time just like happen i wanted to wake up you know how good but i prefer not to know the whole process and not take it all in you know being over here my name called king's great i was excited about that marvin talk about coming to a franchise that hit the reset button when they traded demarcus cousins over a season ago and you now or surrounded by young players like yourself the air and fox and your dookie who's gonna be playing tonight harry giles in justin jackson and being part of a young nucleus and being a part of of really something that's starting fresh.
"bagley" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"Somebody but i'm confident when when caught her committed to do consign with duke there was never any conversations about marvin bagley because nobody marvin bagley at that time was going to be in college the same year window carter was going to be it was supposed to be when carter one year and then if you get marvin bagley marvin bagley the next again at the time window carter committed so like i don't like this isn't the one where i think you can be up in arms i can understand why you might be frustrated if your window carter's mother she's a mother it's her child but if this is supposed to be the coach k and his staff have been exposed moment i think it falls well short of that i do as well and then just wrap it up here alternately while carter might not have gotten quite as many minutes family would've thought i mean he was i think fourth or fifth on the team in minutes but he's still really good production but he wasn't in all player and all of that still lines going seventh over all goes to a better franchise than marvin doesn't make as much money sure you know it could have gone i guess much worse for him in the fact that it didn't speaks to obviously you know his ability and no doubt about that but you know how he was coaching everything so the family is fine overall i think they would admit that as well but clearly the fact that she is taking this route speaks to how much it's just it's still bothered or just a little bit how it transpired but i listen i.
"bagley" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"I like to pick i like to pick i think they did what we all kinda thought and smart mike i like it to it just made sense because of the local thing and just the fact that like if they took marvin bagley they already have a bunch of ford's there anyway like marquees chris they've got a bunch of guys who are not very good but still it just it was like lincoln said it's the safe peck and i don't think you can really go wrong with the andre and we'll see if he if he pans out like he's got lofty expectation some people are making the insane comparisons to k malaysia which i think is a little bit out there but i i like i like watching them in college so as go marvin bagley to the kings i love it marvin bagley pointy tanguy i'm high on him i think he's i think he'll put up real numbers so be faked to start become real lincoln yet loved the pick as well he's an explosive athlete with incredible motor great high high potential does wonders for the kings i don't know where that puts them in the western conference as far as challenging things but i do like the future so i love bagley junior yeah i'm in lockstep with you guys love the pick another inside outside up darren fox too young guys that can grow their together so i think that was an excellent pick for them and number two semi just from what i know i mean honestly duke has been putting out great players lately so it looks like the kings got a great one in marvin bagley the third i'm a huge fan of this pick and i love what figgy said earlier the sacramento kings are getting way too much crap for this late it's ridiculous i kind of knew about a week or so ago that they weren't gonna take dockets because they just didn't want to go with another foreign guy and there's just a lot of questions like dockage i think he could be really good but especially with sacramento in given that they already had the aaron fox i mean marvin bagley was a twenty and ten guy last year and i don't even think he's really even hitting ceiling yet nope naive alike sacramento they're building something they're like i love the and fox last year i thought he was like people were really focused on lonzo ball and faults i loved the earned fox because of what he did in the tournament and if he can develop a jump shot and these guys can really develop a chemistry this team down the line could be really fun they can be really fun in.
European Union set to slap tariffs on US goods – Brinkwire
"The world is punching back at the us after it imposed steel and aluminum tariffs on countries around the globe european union tariffs go into effect today india and turkey now are targeting us products as our america's former friends canada and mexico russia and beijing also slapping back at us goods some of the stories we're following on first light today it's eighteen past sports time and robert workman is here aren't you gracious good morning to you evan nba draft last night in brooklyn new york the sons with the number one overall pick selected arizona senator de'andre and the kings took duke big man marvin bagley the third second don't that wasn't confusing then the hawks took rail madrid guard luca danni such only to trade him to the mavericks for the fifth pick overall oklahoma point guard trae young plus next year's number one ten trades in all on thursday night tonight it'll be the nhl entry draft the beginning in dallas under the first.
Phillie Phanatic launches hot dog woman says hit her in face, eye
"By wintrust chicago's community banks with an update on wgn sports here's dave eanet good news for the white sox they only have to go back to cleveland one more time and not until september progressive field has not been good to them they're owen six there after getting swept for the second time in less than a month with the twelve nothing loss the socks are home tonight against the oakland athletics they could have avas sale garcia back off the dl lucas g alito makes the start tonight's game six thirty five right here on seven twenty wgm the cubs made it two of three in their rematch with the dodgers john lester winning his fifth straight start back by some outstanding defence as they blanked la four nothing kyle schwaiger homered kris bryant drove around soon anthony rizzo jason heyward throughout a band at the plate from deep right field the cubs have won seventeen of twentyfive their percentage points ahead of milwaukee again for first place the brewers washed out in pittsburgh cubs hurt cincinnati tonight the bulls zone two picks including number seven in tonight's nba draft in brooklyn phoenix has the number one pick expected to be arizona senator deandra eytan dukes marvin bagley the third wendel carter junior missouri's michael porter texas center mogambo and european star luka don't chichewa expected to be among the lottery picks tonight the blackhawks announced their home opener will be sunday october seventh with an original six matchup against toronto the full schedule is due out later today the nhl holds its draft beginning tomorrow in dallas world cup soccer dead bark at australia a one all draw today italy france against peru peru next up and argentina takes on croatia the fire advanced to the us open cup quarterfinals with a win over atlanta united and philadelphia phillies fan kathy mcveigh's recovering after being struck in the face by a hot dog she was hit by the hotdog launched by the phillies mascot the philly fanatic because she had a shoulder injury she couldn't stop the hot dog from hitting the face it left mcvay with a small hematoma in her eyes but she says she's a big fan and is not planning any legal action against the team although the blackhawks the northwestern wildcats and white sox baseball david.
Koa Poobah, President and Basketball discussed on Lewis & Logan
"Here on koa poobah by the way making a big comeback jay z was named president of puma basketball and i see they just signed some big guys including is it andrea andrea marvin bagley the big kid from duke eight and the kid from university of arizona probably going to be the first overall draft pick so jay z now is in the shooter game trying to try jason in about every game is pretty much pretty much did you ever wear poom did when you played did you shoot he'll yeah i did fifteen hundred dollars a year rick was it spot bill sacconaghi up spot built and saki.
Nba, Fort Lee and Brooklyn discussed on Tiki And Tierney
"Are just about a week or so away from all is all nba is being on the fort lee cetera nba draft coming up on thursday of course in brooklyn about seven miles from here and this young man you'll hear his name you don't hear it i might hear at second if not third i don't think he gets past there he is more of a bagley from duke marvin tiki and tierney welcome to our show how you doing today buddy what's happening hey how you doing good process so far absolutely fine his name citing i'm just trying.
"bagley" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"Ready but i love the idea of giles bagley like i love that whole front court that they had there basically just kentucky guys like scou la bizarre and willie cauley stein all those guys with the kings i mean they're just like a bunch of athletic dudes that run up and down the floor and i don't know i i like the idea of bagley going to the kings it's funny to me how the nba the new era of nba is positioned as basketball and positions don't matter and we switch every screen and the warriors will throw out a lineup with basically like kevin durant at the five and like this is the idea of modern basketball is that throw out all that but then the big concern with marvin bagley is that he doesn't have a position yeah and what position would even play it's like out how can both who cares just put them out like he he'll sit he'll run the floor i think bagley the thing that's underway about him is like i think that dude wants to be great yes from watching him play and just kind of like he he has the makeup of like i am going to be a star or bust i think he has the drive i think he's i don't know as well as you can sit on your couch and watch a guy on tv and project these things but that's like the vibe i get from him as like if he does go to the nba in his first three years rocky he's not just going to be like okay well i guess i suck i gotta find my role in how if it in here like he's a guy who is going to figure it out if he's if if he can't he realizes he has to have a reliable jump shot to to survive in the modern nba i think this is a do that's going to lock himself in the gym and figure out a way to have a reliable jump shot yeah that's kind of the vibe gift from him and that's why i'm yeah i'm talking myself more and more into him be like he has to go number to me or i will be shocked and it's funny because dodge a lot of people the donncha strain what happened there i don't know i will say that once we got on the anti i think.
"bagley" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"Marvin bagley is one of the best players in the draft i also i don't think he's seven feet tall so he's six eleven right is that what he's listening to six listed as six late he's probably like six nine and a half yeah that's what i would say what looking at me look six nine but he's listed at six eleven hip but no yeah i'm writing about bagley this week the the general idea is that marvin bagley was the best player in college i thought last year he in the sense of lake just the complete dumb like we talked about this a thousand different times yet to season just that bagley just destroyed everybody in eight did too but eytan was playing in the pac twelve and eight was like eight like single handedly saving the pac twelve and and it always becomes like anytime you do dress up yours like if you if you like one guy you have to tear down the other so i would actually take eight number one that's not i'm not saying the bagley should go number one i think eight and i think bagley was like a little better than aiden in college he was i maybe more than a little better but i thought bagley like captivated my attention and dominated college basketball more than eight and did yep eight and has more room for growth and impact at the nba just given his physique physique and if you can like become slightly more fluid i felt like bagley is more fluid than eight in right now like bagley can catch the ball just got a jab step and i kind of kind of looks more natural to him than when does this kind of stuff but anyway so i would take eight number one but i the the point of the thing i'm writing about is basically like if you go back through history and you look at these guys in college who.
"bagley" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Are you not a fan of my bagley a lot of people love our bagley twenty and ten guy elite rebounder can get buckets you don't seem quite as hire a lot of people you mean chris vernon chris chris vernon host of tuesday's run around being show loves loves loves barbara bagley i'm really worried about drafting a big man who doesn't project as a defender and so if they wanna go with a big i would go jaren jackson i like his game lot delivered he doesn't he maybe didn't have the same immediate star power that you see but i just love his skill set more than like baggies charkes no you're not in your head right now or two i'm asking that changer i think bagley probably rookie of the year like the back eight but really ecstatic right away that's selling we've had a rookie of the year who put up big stats right away entire i think if you're sacramento and let's say hypothetically the choices between jaren jackson and marvin bagley let's say non nonmaterial for whatever reason he's just not maybe they don't view him as highly as others do maybe he doesn't want them maybe it's both lucas on the table theoretically it's marvin bagley versus jerry jackson if you're sacramento marvin bagley is the guy who can help you immediately who can push you closer to the playoffs but jaren jackson as you guys both mentioned is certainly the guy who provides greater certainty longterm on the defensive end of the floor but i don't know if you're gonna get that immediate return riley do you think sacramento kings fans would be able to deal mentally or the front office is in a position where they can take a short term hit where jackson isn't making a big impact early but marvin bagley is somewhere else putting up twenty and ten numbers can the kings from his deal that can kings fans be patient enough to deal with that potential.
"bagley" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"Pick and roll pick and pop which i think he into quite well but then it's how good is that face up game gonna be and can you get away to with guarding him with the smaller player you know could be guarded by you know a thaddeus young or that type of modern combo forward i think that type of player might be able to give him problems and i'm not sure that he's gonna have enough back to the basket just power game to be able to really hurt a guy like that a couple of other positives i wanted to mention with bagley i thought that he did a nice job at moments of making himself available finding and moving into interior space and why that was impressive is because he was playing so much with another center and carter can shoot as well so there were times when carter would be out on the river and i also liked the bagley did a couple of those early in transition post ups which are another way that he can take advantage i think the other bagley kind of post up way that he could do it even with a little bit less game is on switches if he can get it and switch get a you know a six three guard on on him and just kind of he's not gonna use a lot of force to get that guy the basket but he's so much bigger than i think you could just kind of happen anyway an offense of comparison for him if everything works outright would be like an anthony davis tape that this is offensive only but he doesn't have the same type of measurements that davis is in terms of standing reach doesn't have that seven five wingspan he's probably a more developed shooter at this point in time than ad was if you remember eighty basically played center his entire time at kentucky and didn't really take when he threes or anything like that but a d obviously has developed into a wonderful shooter i would say even that bagley has like a better first step than ad does but you know still probably not as good of a finisher around the rim as ad and then the defense is just going to be night and.
"bagley" Discussed on Channel 955
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Deandre Ayton, Luka Doncic, Marvin Bagley could fix Suns
"European players and their gain he's very cognizant of that of those players and i found that they're rooting for him as well they want him to succeed in the nba to sort of continue that path cleary chris black with abdallah let me ask you this i've heard the bulls have done a lot of homework on him and that if they got into the top three that was like the guy that they wanted this is going back for a couple of years now they've been they've had their eye on don cinch for a couple of years now look get you into that top three now well and that's the thing that we have to kind of watch here because today and espn dot com has put out there on espn dot com you have the headline phoenix suns general manager ryan mcdonagh says he's open to relinquishing the prize place of the nba draft captured seat for the number one pick for the right return so you know sons gm says options for number one pick include trade for mba star the bozon have that right so like you probably can't get up to one.
2018 NCAA Tournament national title game preview
"National championship after michigan finally ends the cinderella story of the men's tournament loyal chicago and on the other side we just kit straight up dominance from villanova over their fellow one seed in kansas and this is what i mean where we try and push greatness away set it all tournament the men's side especially we seem to covet this idea of forget parody just pure underdog underdog is a mainstay it's the only thing we seem to look for more often than not said it when kansas and duke point i felt like i do apologize for loving that game as much as i did and for thinking that was the best version of the tournament that i wanna see and so when michigan dispatched loyola chicago we finally had to get away from that and now we finally have to pay attention to the one team we probably should have all along and that's not to say we didn't pay attention to any of the other great teams along the way as one side of the bracket became decimated we started talks glowingly about kentucky team that was chock full of talent that may have suddenly had a softened path to the championship game we had talked about duke as they got ready to face that said same championship team they've got a star like marvin bagley a villain character like grayson allen and all along the way we got into these teams ignored the one we probably needed to be paying attention to most and that's villanova who has this eerie similarity to everything that we see mimicked at least the way we cover them like the san antonio spurs in the nba championship caliber ballclub i mean hell the stat vow built villanova snuck up on everyone the.
"bagley" Discussed on PTI
"You're right you're right bagley i mean you're writing bagley this is why said all along that fallon and bagley played to their optimum level that country and they do wanna point this out though for all of the talk about how the tournament had upset upset upset upset now you have loyal and we'll get to loyal eleven but you've got to ones and three all of which won their conference tournaments so the seating committee did a good job a very good job don't tell people in the south region that well in the in the last college in the coaches poll those three teams were in the top seventy hundred yeah those teams are you know blah yeah and so that game between the blue bloods was fabulous but the story of this tournament so far is loyalist chicago yes getting to the final four by beating miami tennessee nevada ambles recently kansas state the rams are the only the fourth eleven thirty to make it this far and now they face a real heavyweight michigan tony you believe loyal has two more wins in i don't i don't i think that the talent disparity that they face now with the other three teams is too wide to overcome but let me say how much i love to watch lehohla and you know i've talked about this privately because that is a veteran team in which every player trust all the other players who were on the court they cut through the middle all the time which nobody expects they run an actual offense they are an unafraid team they use the rim to protect against blocked shots they are maxed out they are really great to watch.
"bagley" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"Begley needs a champ bagley needs something around him you know there's like there's no story there's no nothing there's there's nothing story of a nice people around stories like this story is this what he this is a kid who grew up on the west coast who reclassified who bravely decided to take a chance on going to college all the way across the country and he skipped his senior year of high school so we know he takes his study seriously because he very academically gifted martin bagley a lot of guys graduate in four years of college only took him three graduated reclassified went to one of the most prestigious private schools in the country that's the story takes us he's he's a true student athlete we appreciate that never says a word does america even know what this means voice sounds like no no he just goes about his business does this thing and he's a very very good basketball player and that's all we need i think he'd get into being the number one pick really i think i think i think if they win the national title and he does what he's been doing because it hasn't quite hit people yet that's what i mean when bagley there's been no moment that everyone's been like what we have with trae young what we have with eight in the pac twelve term those those last two games of the pectoral turn everyone was like i need to keep an eye on eight and backley's never had that moment where everyone because as determined they didn't do it obviously no one's all been locked in is on bagley and now that they're gonna throughout this turnament michigan state's going to the first game if he dominates jaren jackson in that game and nick ward emmaus bridges and all those guys that's when people will really say okay we got to really look at bagley and say what do we have here because he something else i mean the guy bounces off the ground like the quicker than anyone i've seen in a long time this is hilarious that you're not wrong by the way but it's it's it's so funny how much stock it's put an ncaa tournament the like you can have a whole season worth of data on you know like that and there was a will because it's the stage.
"bagley" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"Voice just gets stronger i think he's a natural at doing this man the producer says to marvin junior and tracy i've seen some people get in there and just forget everything laying in a take after take for him to do that from a generation that people swear can't rap and he's 18 he might have to careers marvin junior coach of his aau team called nike family leader of team badly takes in the a few of praise but only for a moment you just got to keep getting better he says to his son we are riding from rally back to the do campus a roughly thirty minute john during rushhour traffic and alan alunan besser are reflecting on their new teammate a kid they expect to play with for a total of about five months before he becomes an nba lottery pick makes millions possibly cuts a record and become so global that maybe he starts hanging out with jay z badly isn't in the suv he has left with his family alan is the one who picked up on the line from backley's dad and he thought it was interesting he's always hanging around his brother's his mom and his dad alan says he's always hanging around people who are going to treat him like him and not like he's marvin baghli the superstar i'm sure his little brothers are messing with him and making fun of him too so i think that keeps them really grounded bagley has plenty of reasons to feel good about himself in the first two months of the ncaa basketball season no player with the possible exception of oklahoma freshman trey young has been more dominant heading into monday night's game against number eighteen miami on espn bagley has fourteen doublesdoubles duke has played seventeen games on the way.
"bagley" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"The education of marvin baghli the third by elizabeth meryl martin baghli the third wraps like he plays basketball smooth and fast dressed in duke slats baghli wedges his six foot eleven two hundred and 34 pound body into a recording booth just outside of downton raleigh north carolina on the other side of the glass our teammates grace alan and brennan besser who have come not only to listen but to bust his shops it's a thursday in the dead weeks of christmas break and as always bagley has drawn a crowd his parents marvin junior and tracy are standing in a narrow hallway outside the booth along with marvin's younger brother is markets and marseille the little ones thinking to the floor to set baghli is so good at basketball that this past summer usc offered all three brothers scholarships even though martavis is all of seven years old but it was sort of fitting when baghli arrived for his freshman year at duke a few months ago the family came from california to durham with him where one baghli goes all of them call today that we is going to rap for grammy awardwinning producer ninth wonder who was from the carolinas and has worked with jay z kendrick lamar and drake among others baghli and some teammates are taking a history of hip hop class which ninth whose name is patrick doubt that is teaching the spring semester before baghli arrives ninth says he has never met the 18yearold but he listened to a recording on soundcloud and was intrigued by bhagwati's voice and the fact that he has something to say baghli polls a set of headphones over his ears and launches into the lyrics he has written in the private time of a nomadic life that has included bouncing from three high schools in three years reclassifying up so that he could graduate and leave high school early and now this freshman season at duke that will undoubtedly end in a few months when he is expected to declare for the nba draft you should get to know me elvia round for good i've seen a lot of stuff and i even from the hood my dad told me just keep on burning and keep your head up and if you take an el keep moving and pick your chin up ninth mixes up the beats per doesn't trip baghli his.
"bagley" Discussed on Championship Drive
"Voice just get stronger i think he's a natural at doing this man the producer says to marvin junior and tracy i've seen some people get in there and just forget everything laying eggs take after take for him to do that from a generation that people swear can't rap and he's 18 he might have to careers marvin junior coach of his aau team called nike family leader of team badly takes in the a few of praise but only for a moment you just got to keep getting better he says to his son we are writing from rally back to the duke campus a roughly thirty minute john during rushhour traffic and alan alunan besser are reflecting on their new teammate a kid they expect to play with for a total of about five months before he becomes an nba lottery pick makes millions possibly cuts a record and become so global that maybe he starts hanging out with jay z baghli isn't in the suv he has left with his family alan is the one who picked up on the line from backley's dad and he thought it was interesting he's always hanging around his brother's his mom and his dad alan says he's always hanging rump people who are going to treat him like him and not like he's marvin baghli the superstar i'm sure his little brothers are messing with him and making fun of him to so i think that keeps them really grounded bagley has plenty of reasons to feel good about himself in the first two months of the ncaa basketball season no player with the possible exception of oklahoma freshman trey young has been more dominant heading into monday night's game against number eighteen miami on espn bagley has fourteen double doubles duke has played seventeen games on the way.
"bagley" Discussed on Championship Drive
"The education of marvin baghli to third by elizabeth meryl marching baghli the third wraps bike he plays basketball smooth and fast dressed in duke swatz baghli wedges his six foot eleven two hundred thirty four pound body into a recording booth just outside of downtown raleigh north carolina on the other side of the glass our teammates grace allen and brennan besser who have come not only to listen but to busted shops it's a thursday in the dead weeks of christmas break and as always bagley has drawn a crowd his parents marvin junior and tracy are standing in a narrow hallway outside the booth along with marvin's younger brothers markus in marseille the little ones sinking to the floor to set baghli is so good at basketball that this past summer usc offered all three brothers scholarships even though martavis is all of seven years old but it was sort of fitting when baghli arrived for his freshman year at duke a few months ago the family came from california to durham with him where one baghli goes all of them go today baghli is going to rap for grammy awardwinning producer ninth wonder who was from the carolinas and has worked with jay z kendrick lamar and drake among others baghli and some teammates are taking a history of hip hop class which ninth whose name is patrick doubt it is teaching the spring semester before badly arrives ninth says he has never met the 18yearold but he listened to a recording on soundcloud and was intrigued by bhagwati's voice and the fact that he has something to say that we poles a set of headphones over his ears and launches into the lyrics he has written in the private time of a nomadic life that is included bouncing from three high schools in three years reclassifying up so that he can graduate and leave high school early and now this freshman season at duke that will undoubtedly end in a few months when he is expected to declare for the nba draft you should get to know me i'll be around for good i've seen a lot of stuff and i even from the hood might dad told me just keep on burning and keep your head up and if you take an el keep moving and pick your chin up ninth mixes up the beats per doesn't trip baghli his.