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"baker river" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"Half court. I knew that was the main objective of a point God being able to get this team up and get into the office very quickly. So if I challenge you in that regard, take time in that way and make you think about me on the conservation. You know, you kind of do your job, you're coming at pest day by thinking that you are. So I'm working the mind and all kinds of regards. You know, in the game, for me, but just being small, being quick, knowing I could get around my opponent, being able to finish if I needed to give making my teammates better. I knew I had that ability. So in terms of me being small, I just, that's the advantage that I understood that I was closer to the ball. You're still living in Charlotte today, correct? Correct. Yes. Yes. So obviously, big hornet support. It's funny because this is not really your hornets, your hornets went to New Orleans, and then this was the bobcats, but it became it's all very confusing, mugsy. I know you're a big hornet's backer there. They've got Isiah Thomas now. Who's 5 foot 9? I believe shortest in the NBA. Now, we had Nate Robinson several years ago at 5 9 before that Earl boykins at 5.5, but web at 5 7. So it's, you know, every so often someone comes along who can pull this off, but it's very rare feels like it's maybe even becoming increasingly rare. When Isaiah Thomas comes to town is now playing for sort of your hornets. The reincarnated hornets. Is that something that brings a little joy to you and deaf you reached out to Isaiah? Do you know him at all? Is there I always wonder if there's a little bit of a bond between the guys who have been able to do this at that height? Oh yeah, I mean, all the guys, I knew I was there when he first came into the league, actually before he came to the league when he was with Washington, being coached by Lorenzo Roma. But yes, all the guys that came in the league after me, Earl boykins, the great grants, the Nate Robinson, even the Stephanie, you know, Chris Paul, you try to kind of give them some things in terms of what the focus on with the watch out for being a small God going to the league. So we all have that little small fraternity that we kind of have with one another. And of course I have spoken to others since we've been here. I welcomed him actually when he first came and told him that this would be a good situation for him going forward, even though he was under ten day contract, but I'm so grateful that they signed up for the remainder to see because I thought and as I mentioned to miscarriage and those guys that it was a good situation, especially for Melo, you know, having a guy like I did Thomas who have been on our star had that pedigree can really lend a good ear to lamelo and I think that'd be something that he'll be wanting. And I think it's something that turned out to be true because we wound up standing for the rest of the year. Yeah. No, well, yeah, couldn't have landed in a better place in a lot of ways. And it's just good to see Isaiah back. He's just such a great positive spirit and fun player to watch, obviously, and he's still got clearly more to contribute. You mentioned lamella, what have you thought of him so far, obviously? A bigger point guard. Great court vision, great passing. By the time so with this podcast publishes, it will be Friday, so that'll be the same day that they're having their play in game. What do you think of the hornet's prospect? Excuse me, they'll have their one of their playing games before, then if they're still alive, excuse me. They'll still be playing on Friday. They got to beat the hawks first. It's a lot going on. I'm still trying to get my head around the play and mugsy. It's still very new. By the time this pod publishes, people of the listeners will know that their fate. But what have you thought of lamelo and the way that he has re energized this franchise? I love lamelo. I mean, he's exactly what they did. The guy who has the star power, who was royal grounded, a player that I'm quite sure a lot of players would love to play with. Because he's the type of player that he is as you mentioned, he's the past first shoot second and having that understanding as a point guard knowing that making other guys around you better guys gravitate towards that type of play. You know, they love to have a guy, especially at the point guard position, knowing that he's running the team the right way. And I think the future is very bright for the horns with the addition. Miles bridges his sister that he's been making along with PJ, Washington, so I love the core. Hopefully that hey we'll go and get back on the floor. But as you write, if we got to win this game on Wednesday against the hawks in order for us to be ready for Friday. The listeners will know by the time they hear this podcast, the other thought I had about lamella is this. Lamelo is 6 7 at the point. Lucas got size, Giannis is not a point guard but he's a point something's a point Giannis. We have a point jokic the guys who can handle the ball and run the offense and play with guard skills at 6 8 6 9 6 ten 7 feet now is really impressive, but at the same time, I start to wonder, you know, what is this lead for smaller guards? I don't mean just at your size, but even Chris pullets at 6 feet or step at what 6 two 6 three. If the game keeps moving this direction where you got a lot of 6 7 6 8 and up ball handlers, it's an interesting evolution. Do you ever look at it that way and think, man, as the small guy got to be extinct? No, that is so true. Because you mentioned that and that's something that it's been happening for quite some time now because the NBA is a trend, you know? And you know, they look at LeBron James at that position, being able to be that type of player, a facilitator. And then that's what teams to try to match. You look at Jayson Tatum at Boston, you know, Jalen Brown. So, you know, teams try to emulate that type of play. That type of player, because they feel that that gives them a better advantage. But I'm always going to believe that it's going to be a small place for the smaller God, you know, we got the job, the job of, you know, even though John's 6 two, but he's very athletic. Taj Jones, you know, now that with Memphis as well. So hopefully we can continue to have those type of players impacting. And it's all about how well you impact what you got on the floor. We got van Flynn fleet down in Fred van fleet in Toronto. So how well we continue to impact once you out on the floor. But I hope you're not right in terms of me being the smallest that ever going to play this game. I hope in my lifetime that I can see somebody my side go even smaller that's out there and pack it the way I was able to. That would be incredible. That is something for somebody out there to aspire to. I don't know mugs if anybody's ever going to be able to do it as well as you at 5 three and like I say it's rare to even see 5 7 5 9 come along. It is very rare, which is why the distinction that you have to this day is so impressive your co author and I don't know how to pronounce Jake's last Jacob's lattice name. Jake beauty, Jake Judy. Okay. He even says in one of the forwards of the book, he thinks you should be in the Hall of Fame. Is that something that you have advocated for yourself that you believe as well based on the distinction of your career? Well, that's not something for me to say. You know, I just leave the, you know, the people who make those decisions, you know, for my career, if I was one to be able to be one of the members of the Hall of Fame that I'll be so well on it and be so thankful. So as far as me, you know, I don't think like that. I don't look at my career every regard. I just went out there and did the best I possibly could and try to give hope to those who felt like those that are less fortunate don't have the true size factor or that people think that the criteria is sure to be that type of player, you know, hopefully that I gave them a different perspective. You know that you come in multiple sizes to be able to have a successful in baker river. Before we go one more, I got to throw at you. So Sports Illustrated has, of course, this iconic photo from back in the day. Of you and maneuver bowl, you're smiling already. What do you remember about that shoot? 'cause I didn't even looked up, I should have looked it up first about what the story was, but what do you remember about why they shoot happened? What do you remember about doing the shoot with minute and the sheer spectacle, of course, seeing the two of you standing side by side with these basketballs piled up between you that you guys are holding. It's such a fun image. What do you remember about it? Yeah, it was a flood shoot. Of course we've always comfortable when our own skin, what we all, what our skill set truly was. I mean, we just knew it was a fun opportunity for them to see the short in it from the tallest side of it. So both guys from different part of the spectrum. So I mean, we had no ill feelings towards it, even though doing that season, middle part of the season they start to try to use this as a knobbly act because trying to lure fans into the arena based on the outside, but we just like I said, we was comfortable with it, I was scared, but that photo shoot, man, it was iconic. We had a fun time doing it, he and I was enjoying ourselves, but with one another. So that was what I mostly remember about. Yeah, I mean, it's before my time as an NBA reporter, but I mean everything I've always heard is that he was just a really fun spirit himself as well, right? Oh my goodness. You kind of underestimate the funness about him. He was such a fun guy. Everybody knew about new love telling stories about how he used to kill lions with a spear. And I always tell her, well, what kind of lines were those? You know, one with no teeth in their mouth. He was to be around. I'm so happy for Bobo, his son, that's how he represented the family. Yeah, absolutely. Well, if people want to learn more about obviously mugsy's life, go pick up the book, it is out now, mugsy, my life from a kid in the projects to The Godfather of small ball. It's phenomenal. A lot of great as you put it. It's just great life lessons in there. It's not just about basketball. There's a lot there. And this has been fun. Hope we get to cross paths in Charlotte one of these days. Thanks so much for joining us. Oh, thanks for having me. I look forward to that day when you come to show. Absolutely. Appreciate it. Okay. Okay, that's it for today's show. My thanks again to mugsy bogues. Thanks to his daughter Brittany boogs for connecting us. Thanks to our producer, Shelby royston, and thank you all for listening. Remember, you can hear Chris mannix and me every Tuesday on the crossover with all the latest NBA chatter. And then on Fridays, it's me and a guest. 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"baker river" Discussed on KOMO
"For information on the theft of over $45,000 worth of firefighting equipment. Here's what we have. Officials say that wild land firefighting equipment was stolen from a guard station your concrete sometime late December. Multiple suspects broke into the station, which is the home base for what is known as the Baker River Hotshot crew and sold all the equipment vital firefighting equipment. We're told anyone with information is asked to contact the U. S Forest service at the Mount Baker Ranger district or or local Law enforcement Ah woman dubbed as a miracle mom after giving birth to twins while in a coma, then waking up from that coma has now died. We're hearing a battle with covert 19. For the reason someone may remember the story of her daughter's birth, which made headlines more than 20 years ago. Maria Hernandez Lopez celebrating her 47th birthday just in November. Too much. Later, just after ringing In the new year, she was diagnosed with covert 19. Her family says her health decline quickly. Her absence is definitely being felt so I have my moments, but I know she's in a better place. And I know we'll see her again. Speaking here is Maria's sister Sylvia. Now Maria leaves behind five daughters, four grandsons as well. A siblings and friends, her family's message, protect herself and others and don't under estimate. This virus come on, Whose time it's 7 37 crews have raised the first ferry of the Alaska Marine Highway system after the retired vessel sank there and women's channel and an accord is the schedule. Valley Herald reports that the chill cat was lifted by a crane and placed on the barge here Wednesday. It show cat sank on January, 12th after broke free from its mooring. There and crashed into the greenest island ferry terminal. Officials say it had to be removed because it was near the terminal imposed a hazard. The ship was launched in 1957 and decommissioned in 1988. It was then repurposed for other jobs before recently being taken. Out of service as a corona virus pandemic takes a mental toll on young people. More states considering expanding opportunities for students to take mental health days to try to lessen stigma and reduce youth suicide fact lawmakers and Utah and Arizona have proposed bills that would add mental or behavioral health to the list of reasons that students could be absence. From class similar laws. We found out I've already been passed in Oregon, Maine, Colorado and Virginia and the fact of the past two years, the pandemic has increased pressure on kids who've been isolated from their friends and classmates for almost a year during the remote, learning the portion of Children's emergency room visits by the way related to mental health. Ballooned in 2027 39 now hear it co Moh news city officials and last to say multiple crew members on our seafood factory trawler in the illusion islands now testing positive for covert 19 Angry Joe Daily News reported that the city of Unalaska, saying Friday that the factory trawler Arapaho, owned by seafood company, O'Hara Corporation, reported 20 Was 40 crew members with tested positive city manager Aaron Reindeers, saying a couple of crew members reported symptoms after the vessel arrived in Alaska from Seattle Wednesday. India is saying the city is developing a plan to coordinate care for infected crew members and then determine what to do with the others. Come on. Whose time 7 40. Okay, let's.
"baker river" Discussed on KOMO
"An avid fisherman, and he probably went onto the lake. To do some fishing. Meanwhile, the U. S. Forest Service looking for information, get this on the theft of over $45,000 worth of firefighting equipment. Officials say the wild land firefighting equipment was stolen from a guard station your concrete sometime. They figured between December 20 make that December 18th through the 21st. Multiple suspects apparently broke into the station, which is the home base for the Baker River hotshot crew. They stole an estimated 45 grand of the vital firefighting equipment they use each and every year. Anyone with information is asked to contact the U. S Forest service at the Mount Baker Ranger district or call your local law enforcement. Woman who was dubbed a Miracle mom after giving birth to twins while in a coma, then waking up from that coma has now died. We hear a battle with covert 19 the reason some may remember the story of her daughter's birth, which made headlines more than 20 years ago. Maria Hernandez Lopez celebrating her 47th birthday in November too much later, just after ringing in the new year, she was diagnosed with covert 19. Her family says her health declined quickly. Her absence is definitely being built. So I have my moments, but I know she's in a better place. And I know we'll see her again. Speaking. Here is Maria's sister, Sylvia Maria leaves behind five daughters, four grandsons as well as siblings and friends, her family's message, protect yourself and others and don't underestimate the virus. 6 37. Our current temperature crews have raised the first ferry off the Alaska Marine Highway system after the retired vessel sank and Buenas Channel there and Anna quarters. Schedule Valley Herald reporting that she'll cat was lifted by a crane and placed on a barge this past week Wednesday to be exact the ferry sink on January 12th after broke free from its mooring there and crashed into the agreements. Island ferry Terminal officials say had to be removed because it was near the terminal opposing a hazard. The ship was launched in 1957 Andy Commissions in 1988. It was in Repurposed for other jobs before recently being taken out of service as the Corona virus pandemic takes a mental toll on young people right now, more states are considering expanding opportunity for students to take mental health days to try to lessen stigma and reduce youth suicide. Lawmakers, in fact, in Utah and Arizona have proposed bills that would add mental or behavioral health. Through the list of reasons students could be absent from class. Similar laws were finding out already passed in Oregon, Maine, Colorado and Virginia. In fact, in the past two years, the pandemic by the way, has increased pressure on kids who've been isolated from their friends and classmates for almost a year. All because the remote learning going on the portion of Children's emergency room visits related to mental health have ballooned as of 2026 38, now here at come on news city officials in Alaska, saying multiple crew members on a seafood factory trawler in the illusion islands now testing positive for the virus. Anchorage Daily News reported that the city of Unalaska, saying Friday that factory trawler Rural opened our own buy seafood company, O'Hara Corporation reported 20 of its 40 crew members testing positive city manager Aaron writers, saying a couple of crew members reported symptoms after the vessel arrived in Alaska from Seattle Wednesday. The reindeers, saying the city is developing a plan to coordinate care for infected crew members and determine what to do. With the others, covert activity and King County still very high, even after a three week decline, a new cases, hospitalizations and deaths and that has a county health officer worried about how quickly the UK variant could spread now that it has been detected now, here in King County for the first time, Dr Jeff Duchin says he believes the very it will spread widely. But doesn't believe moving into phase two re opening is necessarily a mistake. We're skating forward on a late not knowing how thick the Isis so we really need to be able to very nimbly pivot back if we see things heading in the wrong direction again do, Jin says. You also need to be especially careful to make sure you don't contribute to the virus spread. 6 40 Here it come on news, okay? 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