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Warriors roll to most lopsided win, beat Bulls 138-96

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Warriors roll to most lopsided win, beat Bulls 138-96

"The the Golden Golden State State Warriors Warriors bounced bounced back back from from a a blowout blowout loss loss of of the the Bucks Bucks one one night night earlier earlier to to blow blow up up the the Chicago Chicago Bulls Bulls one one thirty thirty eight eight ninety ninety six six Golden Golden State State has has just just a a one one point point lead lead with with four four minutes minutes left left in in the the first first quarter quarter but but then then went went on on a a fifty fifty six six twenty twenty six six run run to to go go up up seventy seventy eight eight forty forty seven seven at at halftime halftime six six warriors warriors scored scored in in double double figures figures led led by by Ricky Ricky jumping jumping coming coming his his twenty twenty five five points points Jordan Jordan Poole Poole scored scored twenty twenty two two Steph Steph curry curry added added nineteen nineteen the the bulls bulls became became the the first first team team in in NBA NBA history history with with the the conference's conference's best best record record to to lose lose consecutive consecutive home home games games played played at at least least twenty twenty five five points points I'm I'm Tom Tom Merriam Merriam

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"chicago bull" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

05:56 min | 2 weeks ago

"chicago bull" Discussed on The NBA Show

"They just went on a 9 game run without basically without Caruso, with guys in and out of health and safety protocols. And they lost Patrick Williams at the very beginning of the season. I think if they do make a move for a grant for Harrison Barnes type player, they will very likely have to part ways, which is a big step to do that for someone that's very, very talented and was only in a second year. So I'm right there with you. I think they need more and even if they do make a move like that, I'm still not sure it makes them a favorite. I think it closes the gap some, but it's a gamble. I don't know that they expected to be here this past. When I talked to carna service and I talked to Billy Donovan and demar and everybody else, you know, before the season, nobody was even willing to put estimates on how good they thought they could be. And I kind of took that to mean like, we think we're a playoff team, but we don't want to come off too cocky and then look stupid. Like when they wouldn't answer the question directly, and now they're for right now the one seed. So, you know, it's a lot to kind of go from the one speed to the other and to kind of really put your money on the table to say we're going to go for it. I don't know if they do, but I would like to see it just because it'd be cool to see it, but it's not my house money that I'm playing with. Just watching that game last night. And I've said this before, they don't have a true number one. I don't mean any shade. And I say it, I'm always going to come off like I'm throwing shade, but I'm not. Like a number one is rare air as an NBA player. Because those dudes in the league everybody who's the number one on their team is a number one on a championship team. Like they're the number one on their team, they don't win shit, right? So I see the Marta Rosen Zach lavine and vucevic as like awesome top tier best in the league type of twos, you know? And so I just think that the balance is a little skewed right now towards the Marty's been so good and Zack's been so good that you've lost what Nick could be as a number two in that equation. And I think in a game like last night, it doesn't have to be every night because those two have clearly that your first and the east are beating a lot of people like that. But when you get that small ball from another team and you're as the bulls are going to keep vucevic on the floor, you've got to be able to make that quick switch to take advantage of what he really can do. You can't just have him floating around the perimeter not making them pay for being small. I get the feeling that this is the year they have to make a run. I just feel like with just what demar and just kind of the age and I feel like this is just the year where it's all coming together type year where you want to take advantage of this because there's no going there's no guarantees after this season. But we'll see before we get out of here. It's time for a little segment that we like to call. Real one of the week. I'm gonna go first, man. I'm gonna go with the Vegas Oakland Los Angeles raiders. Big win last week to get into the postseason. I'm gonna watch a playoff raider's game, Raja. I'm gonna watch the Raiders in the playoffs this year. I've only done that twice. And since I was like 8 years old. So, you know, I'm gonna do that this year. I'm very very excited about this. The Oakland Vegas Los Angeles writers. We'll see what happens. They're probably gonna lose. But you know we'll see what happens. Raja, who is your real one of the week? That's a tough week man. It's gotta be football centric, right? So I'm gonna go with Big Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers for his farewell tour. Getting them into the playoffs. It's gonna be a quick exit. Yeah. But I mean, they were down and you know, out and just dysfunction. And I've already given Mike Tomlin flowers on the show, but I'm gonna give Big Ben and the Steelers real ones in a week for getting into the playoffs on his farewell tour. Chris, who is your real one of the week? I'm going to break them all just a little bit, not a team, not even a player, Spike Lee, man, shouted me out yesterday with the book. He apparently from what I was told and assistant to Simon and Schuster's office to get an early copy of this book that comes out in a couple of days. Because he wanted it. He saw it circulating he wanted it and needed to have a copy and then posted it on his Instagram and then said brother herring was kind enough to get me a copy of the book called me brother hearing and I immediately immediately went back to Malcolm X and was just thinking about all the scenes in that movie and being a Muslim in the whole night. I was like, man, I was so honored and just means the world to me that he would want to read it and I hope that he gets a chance to. And I hope someday that the book becomes a documentary because I really do feel like teams like that. I don't think you should have to win the whole thing. I mean, roger was part of a team that was fascinating and I've compared the Knicks to some of those dantonio teams, certainly the rockets where people didn't like the way they played, necessarily, but they absolutely changed the league in a way that is unmistakable. And I think what the Knicks even more so visually just as far as the fighting and the physicality and stuff, but spike was right in the middle of that. So the fact that he wanted the book is trying to read it and trying to get his hands on it early, could not be more honored that he gave me the love in the shout out and very appreciative of that. That's dope. So Spike Lee told you to do it. So go get blood in the garden. It's supposed to come out. January 18th. Make sure you go get that everywhere you're born. Barney's and no blaze, you know, your amazons. 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"chicago bull" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

04:55 min | 2 weeks ago

"chicago bull" Discussed on The NBA Show

"A little bit overblown at times. I mean, I think the one kind of threw away that fits is that and I kind of mentioned this at the very, very end of the book and the epilogue. When they lost van Gundy when he resigned abruptly in the middle of a season in 2001, they lost really the last bit of their DNA because you know van Gundy was a Riley disciple and someone that literally Riley had exit meetings with his assistant coaches as well, and he would ask them what their thoughts were, what they thought they did well, what they wanted to improve on what their aspirations were. And so Riley has been going to because he was basically the youngest coach in the league when he got hired by far. I think it was like 34. He might not have even been that old. I can't remember, but when he was an assistant, Riley asked him, do you want to be a head coach in this league? And he said, well, you know, I guess so, I hadn't really thought about it. I never imagined that I could because I don't have a playing background I ever played in the league and Riley told me don't need that. Really, what you need to start doing is dressing better if you want to be at coach. You know, and work on the appearance a little bit, but he told him he was like, look, if you're confident and you work your tail off and the guy's respect you doesn't matter how tall you are, it doesn't matter whether you play it or not. I see the way you work around here, I see the way these guys respect you because you come in early. You leave late, you work hard, you know your stuff. You've been around the sport for a long time. That's enough. You just have to kind of sharpen some of the other stuff that you probably don't think about in terms of the way you carry yourself the way you talk the way you look to some extent. But anyway, so he trained pat. I'm sorry. He trades Jeff to kind of be ready for that. And he wanted to bring Jeff with them to Miami, the Nick said, no, because, you know, there's obviously tampering involved with pat's exit and pat was still under contract. So was Jeff. So they didn't let him go to Miami. But when Jeff resigned from the Knicks, really unexpectedly, that really took the last bits of really what that era was with them. And so the connection that I draw now is that Tom thibodeau was an assistant under Jeff. During those years, and he came back into the organization, they were a team that worked extremely hard that when you watched them, they were closing out on every shot, extremely hard. They didn't have, I mean, maybe they do have talent, but it's rot out, still it's their young guys. A lot of young guys on the roster. But also, I'm watching guys that I have not, you know, maybe roger feels differently, but I watched Derek rose. I watched him for plenty of years here in Chicago. You know, and he was never a special defender. I still don't think he's a special defender, but knows how to operate within what dividend wants to do and can play within a team system. They played within a really great system. I do think there was some good fortune. I won't necessarily, but you looked at the metrics last year and you looked at how teams were shooting on wide open shots and stuff like that and not just that, but I think I remember doing a strand this at one point, I think they had of the 13 guys in the league that had the biggest three point percentage improvement last year. The Knicks had like 5 of them. It was like rose, Randall, Barrett, Bullock, and I'm blanking on maybe one other guy. Maybe it was for, but they had a lot of guys kind of have career years from three last year, and they were really, really great at defending the three, but also even when they were leaving guys wide open. They were missing a lot of three. So there were probably some good fortune involved with that. And then this year, so there were similarities in terms of like the defense keeping them in games last year that they could win, even when their offense wasn't there. That was what the 90s next were all the time. They didn't have much offense. So their defense was keeping them in games all the time our winning games for them all the time. And last year's team did that too. Now it came back to bite them in the house when they played a team like the hawks that have a lot of offense and a lot of creators. So I think that was kind of the similarity that I took from it. They very much had a ceiling with that team last year. And I think they tried to address it. They certainly tried to address it with kimba and Evan fournier. I don't think that's necessarily the answer. I think we've kind of seen that. But you can see what they're trying to do and you can see what Tom's trying to do sometimes. And you can see some of the similarities, but the physicality is still a lot of different level from the 90s. And I think that that that's the major difference. They work hard and they worked really hard last year, but it was more than just a work hard thing. The 90s teams were feared. And there was never going to be that comparison. I don't think. Yeah, and quite frankly, the league's never going to let anyone get to a point. Never get physically where you're someone else fears you. They've just taken that completely out of the game. What I hear and when you're saying that, it's kind of the way I felt. They were both kind of under doggy type of teams. You know what I mean? Like they were both kind of like overachieving. I think the 90s Knicks probably have more star power overall, like guys that were, but they're overachievers. And Tim's a system is one that I think cities like New York, Philly, Chicago,.

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"chicago bull" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

04:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"chicago bull" Discussed on The NBA Show

"And mason said, fuck you, I made it to this system. And the rest of the practice every time he would get within really shouting distance of that assistant, he would just even once they moved on to other Josie black fuck you, I made it, and he just repeated it like 9, ten, 11, 12 times. And the coach was like, all right, mason, you're freaking me out. And to the point where, and I actually, I wasn't hesitant to include this because it's like, I need to take myself out of it enough to where I'm letting people have the floor and what they think and what impacts their mindset. I need to let that breathe. So I did include it. Kind of rubbed me the wrong way a little bit just 'cause I'm like, you know, you don't want to make black people have to be scary when it's just that they're saying something, but mace wasn't imposing guy. The assistant coach went to the front desk of the hotel where they were staying for training camp and asked for a room change because he thought mace would take it out on him for having told him that he finished after. He thought mace was that scary. But then again, you know, in fairness to that coach, mace did that I have this in the book too. Leave essentially a written death threat for Don Nelson. Oh my God. After a game where I'm pretty sure mace played 38 minutes, it was a year where mason led the league in minutes, Anthony mason led the league in minutes. Like, Michael Jordan, not Patrick Ewing. Anthony mason, but he still was complaining about playing time in a game where he didn't play particularly well. And so Don Nelson went and spoke to the media and then by the time he went back to his office, he came out and went into his office and was trying to figure out who the hell left this note, but a couple of the assistants had seen mason storming out of Don Nelson's office before Nelson got back there. So everybody kind of put two and two together that it had to have the basement. And it was and the message was like scrawled on a piece of paper like, if you fucking take me out of a game ever again, I'll fucking kill you sort of thing. So I anonymous signed anonymous. You know, so I don't know. There was that aspect of him, Nelly, Nelly didn't really make a big deal of that. It wasn't public, 'cause you don't want to look as if you don't have control of your team. But then when mace got traded later to Charlotte for Larry Johnson, a really high profile trade. The trade was held up really, really briefly and they weren't going to sign off on it, Charlotte, because they had heard through the Grapevine that basically they were worried that mace might have had like roid rage, because Nelly essentially told Dave Collins, the coach there, who he was friends with, like, he'd have these emotional outbursts that couldn't tell where they came from. And so, you know, there wasn't any evidence to that necessarily obviously mace was built a certain way. I did ask questions around that. Nobody really had any clear definitive things or, you know, nobody knew anything definitively, but so people were kind of afraid of them, other guests were by and loved them. You know, he had different sides to him. But Oakley was so imposing and, you know, there were people that told me over the course of the book with the next generally you didn't think they were necessarily out to hurt you, but you also kind of weren't sure that they weren't out to hurt you. And so I think the whole team was just kind of really fearsome when you think about it on the court. Sometimes off the court, but just to me, I really liked the subtitle of the book. The flagrant history of the 1990s mix just because I kind of feel like they were on the court Ann off the court. They kind of had a lot of stories to tell. A lot of stories they were part of. And a lot of people that are afraid of them. I would talk about this book all day long. This is great. I do want to expose that with the current mix, right? There was actually a trade. There was actually a trade today. Kevin and I don't know the hawks for cam reddish. I don't know. It's too soon for me to have an actual reaction about that trade. I don't know how to, but I want to say this iteration of the Knicks. I was watching them last night against the Mavs. And every time I've seen them, I know, I think that they're a great team for New York. I know the record doesn't show that, but I'm only saying this is an outsider from the West Coast. And I want to ask you this Chris. Why did you think last year when a team built around Julius Randle and RJ Barrett and really tough hard nosed dudes really resonated with that with that city so much? It seemed like it also got comparisons to the 90s mix. How does that how does this current iteration to the next kind of capturing the hearts of New York right now? Yeah, no, I think there were some similarities last.

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"chicago bull" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

02:08 min | 2 weeks ago

"chicago bull" Discussed on ESPN Daily

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"chicago bull" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

02:52 min | 2 weeks ago

"chicago bull" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Beaters are threes. Yeah, I didn't know he could do that to be perfectly blunt with you bed. I didn't think that he had those shots in his game. The shots that I knew he had are the mid range jumpers and we had Kirk goldsbury on this podcast, pretty recently to talk about Kevin Durant and how Kevin Durant has become this master of the mid range. His mid range jumpers are more valuable in terms of shot efficiency than most players three pointers because of his skill at that shot, but the martyr Rosen. I mean, he might be the king in his own way. This is his thing. It's just a story of damar's career, right? Like what looks like a bad shot for most players. He's just not actually a bad shot for him. You know, he's been so good at getting to exactly what spot he wants and taking exactly what shot he wants and really like Kevin Durant. The defender doesn't feel like it matters a whole lot. You know, he's shooting about as frequently as he did from that bit range area like he did in Toronto, but in 2016, 17, one of the last times that he took as many mid range field goals, he was shooting 41% on those looks. Back in 2016, 2017. This season, that's up to 47%. And that's on pace for the highest average of his career. We should add jubal that the barter rose is he's not doing this alone. Like when I watch this team, they play like they've been playing together for years. So as the beat writer, the guy watching this team night in night out in person, what are you seeing? What's impressive about how they've been doing this? I think so many guys are just in the right role, right? Like demar and Zach are able to lead the offense and lead their respective units and really everything runs through those guys. On the other end of the floor, you've got Lonzo in Caruso. And they just make life hell. They're so good. The call of YouTube has got out to a slow start, but his last ten games or so, he's been an automatic double double 17 and ten guy. They just have a rotation in a team right now that all knows exactly how to play off each other. How does demar himself given all of this? How does he feel about the prospects of his team being able to compete with, say, Milwaukee, Brooklyn, like the conventional favorites in the Eastern Conference down the stretch? I think the fact that this team came in and just gelled so quickly so instantly and find themselves on top of the conference. I think that kind of has him looking even further, right? He's not been to Eastern Conference Finals in years. And I think that he really looks at this as a chance to say if we get the right health, the right luck, the right timing, he thinks his team has got a chance to get to the finals and that's the one thing that he hasn't done in his career. What's the feeling on his team, man? Consider where y'all are now at this point. I believe championship man. If we healthy, we got the capability.

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"chicago bull" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

05:40 min | 2 weeks ago

"chicago bull" Discussed on ESPN Daily

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Call for cost information and conditions, equal housing lender, licensed in all 50 states, and MLS, consumer access dot org, number 30, 30. So Jamal, when we talk about the chemistry experiment here in Chicago, it's important to remember that this wasn't obvious. None of this was obvious. I didn't think it was going to go this well. And part of it is because they have this star who is a ball dominant guy in Zach lavine and all star slam dunk contest championship. What is his relationship like with demar Derozan? What was Zach lavine's reaction when demar decided to come to his team? So Zach is in Tokyo for the Olympics for playing for Team USA when this goes down in free agency. But his reaction is just Alicia. I mean, Zach, once he gets back to the states, both him and tomorrow live in Southern California. Zach takes a couple of days off, but he drives down to meet damar in person. They work out together probably about two and a half hours a long workout, and then they just kind of sit down and talk. And I think one of the things that works for these two dudes, they're very similar, very low key, low maintenance, chill dudes, and there's not a huge ego. Zack has really come into his own over the past few years in Chicago and really emerged as an all star and people have seen the talent. The team keeps losing. And Zach now really feels like I've got a teammate that's got my back. And it's been reflected on the court. These guys are 7th and 8th in the NBA in scoring. They allow each other to play off each other when one guy is hot. They don't mind deferring. I've been the only guys that were not surprised by how well this worked. It's the two of them. After that first meeting, when they're about to leave, damar remembers any of that conversation and telling Zack. I told him, don't worry about anything. This shit gonna work. That's it. That was it. You know what I mean? That's how we ended one conversation. We never talked about how we gonna make it working in. I just said, you won't work. This shit is gonna work. So the way in which this has worked, the dramatic fashion in which this worked jabal. The end of these bulls games. It's remarkable, right? Because these are the two guys who conceivably would want the ball. Both of them would want it. But who has been taking the crunch time shots for the Chicago Bulls? Demar has been the guy that has stepped forward and really led the board. They just trust him in the fourth quarter because of the calmness because of his experience in those kind of moments. He leaves the NBA in total fourth quarter points. Zach lavine is 5th the last teammate Pablo, by the way to lead to be top 5 in scoring in the fourth quarter. Not any of the obvious ones that you might think over the past few years. Kevin Garnett and Sam cassell for those old Timberwolves teams a million years ago. But jabal, there is a similarity here, right? Because when I think of demar Derozan this season now, I think of a guy with enormous cojones, which is also like Sam cassell's whole deal, right? Like describe how clutch damar has been late in these games. Look at those two buzzer beaters right. The first player in NBA history to hit buzzer beaters on back to back days. So the first night in Indiana, demar's walking the ball at the core with about 9 seconds to go and you know, he's getting his scream from buchevich, he's not exactly aware of how much time is on the clock. And thought he had a little bit more time to run another play. All of a sudden he looks up does not have enough time. He has to sort of let go of this one legged heave toward the basket. And that shot goes in. Throws it. Derozan delivers. And then the next night in D.C.. DeMarcus the ball, three seconds on the clock. Dribbles into the corner, he has the presence to pump fake because he knows he has a rookie guarding him that'll probably bite on his pump fake. He has another man that is jumping at him and he's able to just uncork a shot. Pay attention to make sure he's got his foot not on the line, not out of bounds. And hit another game winner. Derozan..

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"chicago bull" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

04:46 min | 2 weeks ago

"chicago bull" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Jamal, demar Derozan has always seemed sort of quiet. I'm wondering if he shared with you any memories, personal memories that he had of his dad. Yeah, Frank Derozan was a tough man. Demar says the only person that he was ever actually terrified of. But he really puts some lessons in partisan lessons in his son that still stick to him to this day. One of the favorite stories that demar told is this time that they're playing one O one, and remind you to Mars like ten years old at this time and his father is a big dude used to play football in Frank, accidentally his bus his younger son's lip. I remember I got so upset. He was like, nah, you lost already. You know, he was like, no, you lost already. He just wasn't. He wouldn't let me score after that. He was just put me through it to where I got to a point to where I just like on some he got game type of stuff. I kicked the ball over the 5th and said, man, I wanna play the war. And I got in the car and cried all the way to he got home talking to my mama. But he thought it was so amusing and a sense of you lost already because you crying but it's part of the game, but I'm not knowing it's a whole psychological approach that he was taking and was trying to show me of, you know, keep your calm, keep your code. This happens in sports. Looking back on that story, his dad tried to impart on him. This is going to happen. You know, it's the old ad, is that everybody's got a plan until you get hit in the mouth and psychologically had already lost in the sort of thrown off his game by this. And I think that one of the things that his teammates and people give to Mark credit for is just how calm and relaxed and control D as under pressure. And at big moments like that, taught him, you can't let anybody throw you off your game. Things are going to happen on the court that you are ready for, and you've got to be able to handle it. What you mentioned, the martyr rose in psychology, one of the things I do know about damar is that he has spoken about his mental health about his battles with depression, even before the passing of his dad. How did his father's death affect him in that way? I think even in the almost year now, since it happened, there are still learning how to process and grab it with it. Grief is just so not exact and everybody deals with it and it comes in fits and stars. I'd be lying to you if I didn't say I had days I had moments where I was like, damn is this ever gonna get back to some type of piece where I lean on sports and sports was always that one thing I can lean on and you know kind of feel my relief. You know, his dad used to come to every home game. Back when he's in Toronto, they talk on the phone pretty much after every game or every major decision that damar had to make. So I think that before the season, something that really helped.

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"chicago bull" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

05:45 min | 2 weeks ago

"chicago bull" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"And the way the game ended, I was just already frustrated. Billy Donovan's addressing the team postgame and tomorrow's already made up his mind. He's going back out to the court. He's going to shoot free throws. Now, he grabs a player development coach for the bulls to go out and shoot with them. And somebody on his way out, they remind him, hey, there's a Black Hawk game the next night. They're flipping to court at United center from a basketball arena to hockey rink. I told one of the coaches. I'm a guy who shoot free throws. It was like, man, they take number floor. I said, well, I'm a shooting too. If I got to until on Florida, and tomorrow is just like, you know what, I'm gonna shoot until the floor is gone. The whole time, I think he could hear his father's voice in his head. His father Frank Derozan, there's nothing that he would ride his son harder about than missing free throws. I mean, he would call him and just cuss him out after missing free throws. He used to say, man, it was a dollar every time I missed a free throw. He used to be on my head about free throws and when I stayed out there and shot free throws. Only thing was in my mind was like my.

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last month

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm Chuck Chuck Freeman Freeman the the Milwaukee Milwaukee Bucks Bucks winners winners of of ten ten of of eleven eleven were were cooled cooled off off by by the the Miami Miami Heat Heat one one thirteen thirteen one one oh oh four four the the heat heat were were explosive explosive from from the the three three point point line line where where they they buried buried a a franchise franchise tying tying twenty twenty two two three three pointers pointers Houston Houston Rockets Rockets beat beat the the Brooklyn Brooklyn nets nets one one fourteen fourteen one one oh oh four four to to win win their their seventh seventh in in a a row row Cleveland Cleveland Cavaliers Cavaliers role role by by the the Chicago Chicago Bulls Bulls one one fifteen fifteen ninety ninety two two the the bulls bulls played played their their second second straight straight game game without without leading leading scorer scorer demarre demarre Rosen Rosen NFL NFL notes notes Green Green Bay Bay Packers Packers quarterback quarterback Aaron Aaron Rodgers Rodgers says says he he will will play play on on Sunday Sunday but but did did not not practice practice as as he he recovers recovers from from a a toe toe injury injury Cincinnati Cincinnati Bengals Bengals quarterback quarterback Joe Joe burrow burrow says says he'll he'll play play as as well well despite despite an an injury injury on on his his throwing throwing hand hand college college football football Fresno Fresno state state has has retired retired Jeff Jeff Tedford Tedford as as its its coach coach in in golf golf Tiger Tiger Woods Woods is is returning returning next next week week after after a a brutal brutal accident accident ten ten months months ago ago he he will will compete compete with with the the sun sun in in the the PNC PNC championship championship NHL NHL the the Colorado Colorado Avalanche Avalanche used used a a five five goal goal second second period period to to beat beat the the New New York York Rangers Rangers seven seven to to three three in in tennis tennis Serena Serena Williams Williams says says she she will will not not play play in in the the Australian Australian Open Open following following advice advice for for her her medical medical team team Chuck Chuck Friedman Friedman AP AP sports sports

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LaVine, DeRozan lead Bulls to 111-107 win over Nets

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

LaVine, DeRozan lead Bulls to 111-107 win over Nets

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last month

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP sports sports five five a a nearly nearly thirty thirty year year record record went went down down to to the the NBA NBA the the largest largest margin margin of of victory victory the the Memphis Memphis Grizzlies Grizzlies took took apart apart the the Oklahoma Oklahoma City City thunder thunder one one fifty fifty two two seventy seventy nine nine of of seventy seventy three three point point victory victory for for the the griz griz records records are are meant meant to to be be broken broken all all those those things things that that people people say say so so what what motivates motivates us us every every single single day day is is about about just just playing playing our our best best basketball basketball and and I I think think over over the the last last three three games games we've we've done done a a lot lot better better job job with with that that Memphis Memphis coach coach Taylor Taylor Jenkins Jenkins whose whose team team led led by by as as many many as as seventy seventy eight eight jaren jaren Jackson Jackson junior junior led led the the scoring scoring for for the the griz griz with with twenty twenty seven seven the the Chicago Chicago Bulls Bulls blew blew a a twenty twenty one one point point lead lead regrouped regrouped to to beat beat the the New New York York six six one one ninety ninety one one fifteen fifteen the the Martin Martin Rosen Rosen rose rose up up in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter eighteen eighteen of of his his team team high high thirty thirty four four is is fine fine when when we we go go out out there there compete compete you you know know we we we we we we face face adversity adversity at at times times and and not not feel feel good good when when we we come come out out come come out out on on top top Milwaukee Milwaukee had had its its eight eight game game winning winning streak streak ended ended in in Toronto Toronto the the raptors raptors beat beat the the box box ninety ninety seven seven ninety ninety three three the the box box did did not not play play leading leading scorer scorer got got a a son son of of a a couple couple who who set set out out with with a a calf calf injury injury lebron lebron James James has has been been cleared cleared to to play play again again after after missing missing one one game game out out of of the the NBA's NBA's health health and and safety safety protocol protocol NFL NFL Tampa's Tampa's Antonio Antonio brown brown one one of of three three players players suspended suspended for for three three games games for for violating violating covert covert nineteen nineteen protocol protocol Thursday Thursday night night football football Dallas Dallas got got back back on on the the winning winning track track after after its its thanksgiving thanksgiving day day loss loss they they had had their their way way with with New New Orleans Orleans twenty twenty seven seven to to seventeen seventeen thousand thousand lost lost three three of of its its previous previous four four games games was was playing playing without without head head coach coach Mike Mike McCarthy McCarthy was was out out under under covert covert protocol protocol but but dak dak Prescott Prescott and and company company still still prevailed prevailed Prescott Prescott threw threw a a touchdown touchdown pass pass the the Michel Michel Galopin Galopin Tony Tony Padron Padron fifty fifty yards yards for for another another TD TD call call us us walk walk and and scored scored on on a a twenty twenty nine nine yard yard interception interception return return one one of of four four picks picks for for the the cowboys cowboys defense defense off off taste taste in in hell hell making making his his first first start start of of the the year year for for the the saints saints I'm I'm John John Merriam Merriam at at HL HL forty forty two two save save died died for for goalie goalie Jeremy Jeremy swim swim and and pave pave the the way way for for Boston's Boston's two two nothing nothing win win over over Nashville Nashville it's it's fun fun to to watch watch guys guys are are taking taking pride pride the the defensive defensive zone zone and and also also any any offenses offenses on on I I was was had had the the best best seat seat in in the the house house watching watching him him work work you you know know play play together together a a lot lot of of talk talk out out on on the the ice ice college college football football coach coach Bronco Bronco Mendenhall Mendenhall stepping stepping down down in in Virginia Virginia check check Freeman Freeman AP AP sports sports

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"chicago bull" Discussed on Premium Hoops

Premium Hoops

04:43 min | 4 months ago

"chicago bull" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"I don't think they're a fifty one team but anywhere from like forty five forty seven. Forty eight wins. I could see the bulls is getting this year. It's sores real interesting. Because i do think the pacers are good litmus test for chicago because I think both the i would personally. I'm higher on chicago this year than than indiana part of that might make bias from from covering the team like a i. I think that you can look at it chicago. And so i think there i mean they have the best player in zach levine. I would say that he's the best player out of both teams personally I think overall you have just the the best collection of high talent and offensive talent Better self creation. I know that there are more questions about the defense. And i'm i. I'm not as questioning with indiana's defense. They're going to revert back to some better base stuff. This year lake just point being like. I think there's there's more there that you feel a little bit more comfortable with in In terms of higher level creation on the bulls. which is you know. That's not what everything deduces down to but to me. I think that matters a little bit more like like i. I would trust the Our trust the bulls if okay. Let's this it's a very herky-jerky wavell blake. If i give the bulls one possession to score in the half court compared to the pacers having a score one possession half court. I probably believe in. Let's say throwing coaches out like if we were playing straight rec league park you know. Ymca ymca i here. I trust in the bulls to throw out something that is going to result in a bucket. More often pacers And that's that might be like the most asinine way possible of looking at whether or not i will even a team. But i just think that the bulls just have a little bit more than i think is compelling to me in terms of higher talent. But i'm definitely changed up throughout the year. But i agree. Like and. That's just my estimation to like. I think this team i would agree. Like probably around sixty like i think my range with them in my preseason preview right now is like i think four to nine. I'd be shocked if they don't make the playing game. But i think it's entirely possible that they do end up in the plane like just given the way like if things really don't hit in some ways and things really hit for other teams or their injuries that you can't really see now that pop up which i hope don't but you know that's always a factor I think you could say that. But i also think if things really do click if the offense is awesome the defenses like seventeenth or eighteenth or something like that and they have a good stretch of health like i could very wealthy than being a top four seed army national. Just say for. I would be kinda surprised muscle behind that but as far as playoffs..

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Chicago Bulls Add Free Agents Stanley Johnson and Alize Johnson to Roster

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

01:01 min | 5 months ago

Chicago Bulls Add Free Agents Stanley Johnson and Alize Johnson to Roster

"Signed a couple of players Elise Johnson and Stanley Johnson. So I ask you if you look at the front court depth now for this Bulls team Alice Johnson, Stanley Johnson, Nicola Vucevic's Marko Simonovic and Tony Bradley shot or no shot. There should be real concerns about the Bulls front court heading into this upcoming season. I would say, absolute shot. But what I will say, is, despite the fact that the front court is a little lacking the truth is that what the Bulls for an office has done in this offseason rebuilding the entire roster for the most part, and I'll add Brian, just the fact that they were able to get something for Lowey Lowry marketing much less a first round pick, I'll be it lottery protected. To pull that off was something and they are restoring my faith in that office that has been missing for a long, long time. And, of course, speaking of the Bulls for an office in general Yeah, one thing about this front

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Nike CEO John Donahoe's Lessons on Servant Leadership

Venture Stories

01:56 min | 5 months ago

Nike CEO John Donahoe's Lessons on Servant Leadership

"What star. John rains that i am most associate with you. Which is servant leadership. And i'd love if you could describe your philosophy on servant leadership especially try to conceptualize it for much smaller organizations. What does it mean to serve leader as a ceo of a bunch of ceo's around the table how should they think about how that philosophy conform away they run their business so when i talk about servant leadership. It's frankly the the way. I learned to lead because i actually learned the lead in partnership a ban where you aren't really empowered to do anything to you have to earn the respect and the followership of others. You guys don't have that as founders. But i do think you'll find that. Many of the best leaders exhibited the principles servant leadership. And i just say how do i serve serve. The purpose of the organization serve the customers served. The employees serve the communities in which we operate in a jim collins called at level five leadership other people call from things. But it's when someone it's not about the leader it's about what it is. We are trying to accomplish right and some of the antithesis of what's hot silicon valley at different times the narrative. Always around the all-powerful founder. They're all powerful leader. And i think there's actually very few examples where that actually great sustainable companies come out of that my leadership role model for large parts of my career with phil jackson of the chicago bulls. Now it'd be steve kerr for your younger and would always struck me. He was able to do is get people who actually were better than he was klay. Together he got michael jordan. Scottie pippen dennis. Rodman caster characters to win six championships. It got shack kobe to play together. You look at you. Look at steve kerr the warriors right. Now he's getting. Somehow he's getting steph curry klay thompson and kevin durant andrew mongering all vying to something greater and they win i view with how do you build high performance teams of top talent to win and servant leadership is part of it.

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Chicago Bulls Sign Alex Caruso to 4-Year, $37 Million Deal

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Chicago Bulls Sign Alex Caruso to 4-Year, $37 Million Deal

"Awoke with more information. Now a different point guard coming back to the Chicago Bulls for Asian Guard Alex Caruso has agreed to a four year $37 million deal with the Chicago Bulls. His agent, Greg Lawrence. Wasserman tells ESPN so Lonzo Ball and Alex Caruso are back together again on the same team. They played together for the Lakers. The quick synopsis on Alex Caruso is he is one of the best. Guards defensively in the entire league. So the Bulls are getting a guy who can mix in with Kobe White, Zach Lavine Lonzo Ball some length with Lonzo and Zach Lavine, but also, Caruso is known as a very good defensive player. We'll see how he fits in.

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Goodwin Homer in 9th Gives White Sox 2-1 Win Over Indians

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Goodwin Homer in 9th Gives White Sox 2-1 Win Over Indians

"The white Sox earned a two one win over the Indians on Brian Goodwin's walk off Homer with one out in the ninth the thing is really the most important part of this whole situation in order to come out on top of the series and and get a win we were we were excited we we Adam you know big time I gotta give him props for coming out and and plan is tough Liam Hendricks allowed one hit in the ninth to complete a scoreless sixth an extent by the Chicago Bull pent beanies didn't score after mile straws home run leading off the third Chicago tied it when Jose Brea was hit by a cal Quantrill pitch with the bases loaded in the fifth watch gave up one unearned run on three hits and four walks over six innings the outcome restores the white Sox nine game lead in the AL central on the ferry

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"chicago bull" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

04:36 min | 7 months ago

"chicago bull" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"But you still could offer him. You know you'd be in this situation. Like blake griffin was with the clippers. Were a five year deal especially you give them a player option. Eight percent raises. I mean that's just way more money than anyone else can offer. And so if that's not good enough at that point and again we're talking about a guy who's probably you know the twenty fifth best player in the nba. Something around that. Maybe he gets better next year. But you we're not talking about a guy who maybe it's not worth heaven and earth. He's definitely the best guy they've had since jimmy butler but you gotta this is why we do these player rankings. You have an understanding of kind of word this guy is and also you just know how this plays out right like i mean if he gets hurt or boots. Which isn't that good. And you're just like man. Were not ready to win right now. We gotta just. We're going to have to go through more extensive rebuild again. Then you have that information. So i maybe i i would do it. I would try to get it. Maybe for the seven million. But i don't think it's the end of the world if you don't renegotiating accent of and you could also say to them. Hey you know like we have this option again. All these other guys in who are really going to help us win this year and we can still pay you next year and he can kinda hopefully be on board with that. Understands that reality so yeah. It's a tough call. One other point on kind of. Let's call it your side of the ledger. I think we disagree slightly on this is that you could sell levin in the future on even if you necessarily don't wanna be here that still more money than you can get. You can find yourself somewhere else you know. What incidentally that's not necessarily blake griffin wanted. But it's what blake griffin got where he got the money and ended up somewhere else. But for me part of the reason why i think you make you make whatever you think is a reasonable offer this year is i think it's a good understanding of how willing zach levinas to return. You're getting information on. How likely he is to resign. In twenty twenty two by making the offer in twenty twenty one and if he's willing to leave money on the table already like his. That's whether it's the seven million or up to his full max. That's still a lot of money in the security of a of a max or mask max esque contract and so if he's willing to do that once because he's not sure the situation if the coming season doesn't go particularly well you could see him potentially do that again and so i would be more in line with if he if he's not willing to do those kinds of deals than i would be looking more moving him. Not like you have to do it. You know whatever you can get pettis on the dollar anything like that. But there's no way they would trade him even if he turns it down. But what i would do. Yeah well becau. Because that's the thing right like they just. They completely eliminated any kind of option that they have by making this trade and and they gave a lot of power like by by doing so. Because and i don't know what he wants whether lavina somebody who sees the risk premium and goes. I could get that money now. That's fantastic. i could be. I could be set up whether it's chicago or elsewhere or whether he is like. Hey this is my last big contract. The contract that he signs next will presumably run through his early thirties. And so levine. If he wants to you know be competing for championship. While he's at his best that that is his prerogative than he could be want somebody else and it is a challenging situation. And as you brought up. And i think this is just so important to emphasize the bulls. Whatever decision. zach levine. Makes it has a massive effect on their team quality and viability this coming year and moving forward. Yeah and you know the sad part is even if all this goes right for them are like maybe they can be in competition for the succeed next year. It would shock me if they got court abandoning it could happen. We're the atlanta hawks by the nba. Finals here but does i think we need to the. It's actually. I mean. What the sons in the hawks have done. This year is going to lead to so many bad decisions. Down the line by other teams thinking that they competed. All you need to do is get in the mix and you never know what could happen. Yeah yeah this year. Is these last. Two years were Up even aberration. I'd say maybe this is like a new normal now and we just because we don't have any super teams. But i mean that's super team. They just got hurt anyway. so let let's hit a few more than nuts and bolts here on the bulls. They've got marketing situation. It just seems unless they stay over the cap. There's just no way that he's going to be back. It would seem like maybe he could be involved in a sign and trade in the other crazy thing that we haven't even talked by like everything this team is going to be a suitor for lonzo ball. And i guess they're going to do that by how exactly they're gonna but they move. I mean maybe if they don't renegotiate accent levin and they moved on from santa anti they could open up twelve million in space. Maybe make that offer our. And they're they're pretty. The bulls are pretty asset pool right now in terms of future picks because not only are they remember. Don't worry i remember..

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Scottie Pippen Accuses Phil Jackson of Being Racist

Larry Elder

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Scottie Pippen Accuses Phil Jackson of Being Racist

"Retired NBA star Scottie Pippen says retired La Laker and Chicago Bulls coach Phil Jackson is a racist. Why do you recall that pivotal playoff game when Michael Jordan was playing baseball in the Chicago Bulls still did? Well, their star now with Scottie Pippen and a pivotal point in the game, Phil Jackson called a play for a white player named Tony Ku coach. And Scottie Pippen was so angry he refused to go on the court. Remember that people later on, apologize for and let the team down yada, blah, etcetera. He now says Phil Jackson made his decision because wait for it. Phil Jackson is

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NBA: Chicago Bulls at Atlanta Hawks

The Free Agents

00:20 sec | 10 months ago

NBA: Chicago Bulls at Atlanta Hawks

"Well we had a couple of our hometowns going head-to-head yesterday so let's keep it up today pseudo hometown for us. Land a region where. We're all in right now. Boasting the chicago bulls one more time. Skit trade balls in their. The hawks are favored by two and a half playing. Great ball of bolster feeling themselves as well going into atlanta.

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"chicago bull" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"chicago bull" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"You never know when you to call on your thirteenth guy or two way player in the nba. Right so a lot of that falls on us to keep them ready and we just spend most of our day on the court with the players whatever their needs are whatever. The assistant coaches are working on those players there to support them sometimes. Even play with the guys. Sometimes we'll be charged with doing video work for certain players. Perhaps breaking down scenario that the players start with the night before. Sometimes we'll be charged to help assistant coaches with game planning for the next names right so we have a myriad of things that we do The most important thing that i could tell anyone any kind of job like this is just a remain flexible. We have a mentality as a as a department that will just here to do whatever it takes that day right. We have the skill set to go. So it's definitely a team. I next guy up type in. Saudi was become with our job. I kinda details my day in a nutshell anchor. That and it's great to think about how you're there for all all thirteen fourteen. Fifteen thousand ross or not just. The starting lineup are athletes. Because it's really everyone plays. It's a team. it's a team game. It's a team environment that bulls Running and that's kind of the approach you have to take on thinking about some other guys that are really start showing out this year. I can't help. But think of patrick williams food obviously as a rookie. When you get praise from abroad jamesy doing something right. what have you seen with eighteen. That he's he's been there almost as long as long as you have book into the bozo digestion afghanistan time. What have you seen from him in his development and as a rookie now his son to grow on waste. Where do you see him adding up. I mean high ceiling you know what else can say.

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"chicago bull" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"chicago bull" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"When i tell you i couldn't have been more relieved. Fortunate to have an opportunity to work to continue my journey in the nba and around the team was in the midst of a regime. Change thank getting meet. A newark new front office into coaching staff. It's been it's been the best you know at the worst possible time. A lot of us are going through. I was not given opportunities so yeah. I'm very thankful for that in has been great so far it's been absolutely wonderful. Thank you for that because it's great knowing it's not it's as much so much. I'm building great. Long life relationships. That have been helped you so much and even the worst times in generations. But you're you're able to obviously with having people around you get through which is thank thank you for sharing that tells about the mccain. Makina hat might be different from the japan past. Maybe it's a little bit different than being on assistant. Coach still very similar. And how do you see that house that role been for you in really being a first step to the nba right. Oh i've been lucky enough to still keep myself in shape enough to help the players physically on the floor and i that that's where I became assets. Coaching staffs that. I worked under i and that that's gave me opportunity to really learn what coaching in the nba is about. You know so and i think that this roll down now still similar here is worth the assistant coaches head coach. And we're here for the players more so more so than anything i i take. I take pride in feeling. Like i help with the player you know when you when you watch a god playing something that you worked on with them in the past days or weeks or something that you talked about over the off season may imply it gives you a sense of pry anna. You know. we're we're always root for the guys who also we. We want to to give them things to help them play better to win the game that we have right now right game specific things and then we work on things that will help them as their careers progressed. Down the line right so so we're here to keep you talk about players as tools. Keep the tool sharp. You make sure they're confident with their abilities are held to identify where their weaknesses are. And and i think that's my equities. Coaching and being a former player has helped me Cutting so in that way to think about how not not just your experiences plan all that but also time ended with what you've done in the video room as an assistant coach last year with the nets. There's so much so many things that go that go into what makes unique as a player coach..

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"chicago bull" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"chicago bull" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"On this podcast. You'll learn from professional players coaches and executives from all over the world and see the court in a brand new way and now joining courtside. Your z housed. Sean phyllis coach redoing john. Doing great excited to have you on super cool being being a video for this call just seeing all the stuff in the background just you know. You're you're you're in the memorial. The magic happens for the chicago bulls. So it's fun. get a chance to speak to. You really can't wait to jump right into it. Absolutely my pleasure awesome so just to start us off. Can you give us some background going back to your your playing career. Whether it's at thinking about montclair high school when you were at unc greensboro in in in college even overseas obviously had a really great long career before you went to this coaching journey. What is that look like. I think i just been really lucky. I didn't have a lot of expectations for my playing career. As rutta and start taking the game seriously until i was a junior senior thought that i had a future in playing my college coach. Who recruited me. Now with the iowa hawkeyes frame. Mccaffrey was the first person that is still the idea of actually playing professionally and gave me the confidence that i was going to be able to make it to that level and i did you know he was instill is my role model as a coach. Probably the most important figure. I've had in my life from the coaching side or male. Figure to help me get where i've been able to get to and I still support him. Obviously vice versa. Unc greens borough was a good place for me as a major player. A really was able to develop my game. No gain confidence in get stronger and things that takes become a pro. I was taught how to be professional by him. And as i used to stay in a over a decade long.

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Joel Embiid Scores Career-High 50 Points To Lead Philadelphia 76ers Past Chicago Bulls

CBS Sports Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Joel Embiid Scores Career-High 50 Points To Lead Philadelphia 76ers Past Chicago Bulls

"Is a pro. He had to share the spotlight with Donovan Mitchell, who scored 51 in the same memorable playoff game this past summer. First time. Murray scores 50 in the regular season. Joelle and Bead does the same separate games at least Murray efficient as he could be 21 of 25 from the field in a win over the Cavaliers. Indeed, meanwhile, said his own career high while his Sixers topped the Bulls, they put that exactly 50 points. The Clippers bounced back two nights after

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Michael Jordan gifts $10 million for new medical clinics in hometown

Ben Shapiro

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Michael Jordan gifts $10 million for new medical clinics in hometown

"Chicago Bulls Great Michael Jordan is donating $10 million to launch two medical clinics and underserved communities near his North Carolina hometown. Jordan previously gave seven million to open clinics and Charlotte and 2019 and 2020. The gift marks one of the largest ever from the Basketball Hall of Fame

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P.E. Teacher Becomes Full-Time Sports Gear Reseller

Side Hustle School

05:36 min | 1 year ago

P.E. Teacher Becomes Full-Time Sports Gear Reseller

"Today in our latest feature will hear from a teacher who buys and resells sports gear. I love to look at stories of simple reselling. Because as i said simple. These are very simple projects. That are important to highlight. Because it's something that most people can do if you're out there and you're like totally new to the whole world. This is a great thing to jump into. I think The guy we're going to hear from. Today matt his total startup cost with something like one hundred dollars actually makes his first profit by selling his own stuff like his own. Jerseys kind of reminds me how. I was selling my own items from around my apartment more than twenty years ago when i got into this kind of thing and eventually for him. He ends up going all in with. This action retires from teaching to focus on his re-selling dig his businesses. Going really. well he's doing up to eight thousand dollars a month or so. He's managed this all throughout the pandemic of course so he's got some good lessons about time management etc. Now we. I heard from matt nearly two years ago in the original story Let's now hear directly from him. And i'll come back at the end. Perhaps share a story or two from my own re-selling years little quick trip down memory lane along with some advice for you. If you'd like to get into this to no matter how much you sell ship station makes it super easy to manage ship your orders from all your sales channels faster cheaper and more efficiently. They have been helping many of our listeners. For four years now ship station you'll spend a lot less time on shipping a lot more time growing your business in no matter where you sell amazon oetzi. You're on website. They can funnel all your orders into one simple interface service from a great company. That as i said i know has helped a lot of our listeners. You can ship more or less time with the offer code hustle. Get your sixty day free trial. That is two months free of no hassle stress free shipping. All you gotta do is go to ship. Station dot com. Click the microphone at the top and type in hustle that is ship station com offer code hustle. Make shit happen. My name's matthew myers. We are located in indianapolis indiana on the north side of town. My side hustle from seven. Twenty seven was kevin's lockouts instill as epa clubhouse side. Hustle is a resale sports in store. So i essentially. I had goodwill's stores scrap sales markets and then essentially resell gently used sports fan gear. And it's pretty much anything ranging from palace pros From both ear to cycling ear to winter jackets could be anything from maki North face to to the old nineteen ninety a starter jacket. Everybody has the chicago bulls one that we all grew up more so i always try to find the brand. The brand names let everyone tries to buy but off discount and then obviously compared to larger with nike and medicine and things like that. So essentially i just i go to stores deal mainly for stores buy low sell high and try to offer big products to people and it seems to save to be working where people are always gonna be wearing that either to a game and obviously you really go into games right out. During a pandemic people like wearing that stuff going on their favorite team. I started this back in two thousand seventeen of between teaching jobs. I left my previous school for a new teaching opportunity. But i was also unemployed needed cash so i kinda just sold things on the side that i wasn't using it like an old jersey so i sold an old chicago cubs jersey for seventy bucks tonight. Said well you know. Maybe maybe something to this. So i'm going to sell an i. I probably had thirty forty jerseys. I want i sold them. Georgia this cycle a mortgage. And i was like okay. Well they sold pretty quick. You know maybe maybe this is something. I can actually take off and run with and actually create business but you know between north korea and mainly will be clothes. I've been able to manage to make profit enough where i can officially retired from teaching. And make this slimane hustle. I before i left. I needed to see the numbers on my end of a meghan. You know five six thousand a month okay. You know sales growth sales. So i knew that i was it. Was it was a good enough jump to to try to make this full-time gig. And i'm lucky to last year's at it has even with my biggest challenge right now is that now. It's time time time though is going to be a challenge. I think i think a lot of people will tell you that My my i love working at night. And i'm kind of like a night out precise so i'll let you everything done late at night. Then as morning hits you know it's hard to get up at seven eight o'clock and try to figure out you know. Hey i need to get all this stuff done before. I don't know four and get my orders out so just trying to be more productive trying to be better on my time. Let's old spent my biggest challenge and going into this year. I wanted to really make make that my project per se of like you know what it's time to get up. It's time to be productive. It's time to get to the stores. The fun part about all this is that you can go on thrift and you can go and find all the stuff. The hard part is get it all up getting listed getting measured and then getting shipped out with someone. That's that's always the nasa art so just trying to balance both has been tough but again realizing that this is my full time job like there is no teaching job anymore. They're in snow. Kindergarteners coming in for p. Like just to be completely focused on everything. I think so far it's only been seven days of twenty-three one pasha thank you so much matt really appreciate that update So glad to know what's going so well you've been able to make it your full-time gig check out. Matt's shop it's kevin's clubhouse dot

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Michael Jordan, Bezos, Bloomberg Among Biggest Billionaire Donors To Charity In 2020

John Landecker

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Michael Jordan, Bezos, Bloomberg Among Biggest Billionaire Donors To Charity In 2020

"And a Chicago sports. Saigon has made the 2020 list of biggest charitable donors in the United States. WGN. Steve Ruxton reports for Miranda and Chicago Bulls scurried Michael Jordan, one of the 50 biggest stoners and the U. S. Last year, according to the Chronicle of Philanthropy, lots of familiar names on the list. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos coming at a number one, followed by his ex wife, McKenzie Scott, rounding out the top three former New York mayor and presidential candidate, Michael Bloomberg. All told, the top 50 reportedly had it out just shy of 25 billion last year to

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Chicago Bulls’ Markkanen Out 2-4 Weeks With Sprained Right Shoulder

Bob Sirott

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago Bulls’ Markkanen Out 2-4 Weeks With Sprained Right Shoulder

"The Bulls lost the Washington 105 Water won their sixth loss of eight games despite 35 for Zach Levine, But the Bulls trailed from the second quarter on They will be without Larry Marketing 2 to 4 weeks with a sprained A C joint in his right shoulder. That injury suffered Friday in

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NBA Postpones Tuesday’s Boston Celtics-Chicago Bulls Game

The Jump

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

NBA Postpones Tuesday’s Boston Celtics-Chicago Bulls Game

"Just this afternoon. The league announced that both. Tonight's pelicans mavericks. Game and tuesday's celtics bulls game. We're being postponed due to covid issues the third and fourth such postponements of this three week old. Nba season and the number of players across the league. In kovic related protocols is mushrooming eleven on wednesday fifteen day jumps to twenty six on friday twenty-seven on sunday. We're still getting the full count from today. Here's brad stevens. Walking off the court yesterday after the celtics heat game had to be postponed. That game was called dudakovic issues on the miami side. But i'm guessing. The postponement was actually a relief to the celtics who as of yesterday only had eight players available themselves. Now that would have actually technically have been enough. nba season. Say if you got eight you have to take the court and play because frankly they need to. Games in eight is where they've drawn the line on the bare minimum to make that

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Los Angeles Clippers Beat Chicago Bulls 130-127

AP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Clippers Beat Chicago Bulls 130-127

"Outshined by the star power of the Clippers as Los Angeles held on to beat the Bulls won 30 to 1 27. Levine lead all scorers with 45 points as the Bulls battled back from down seven in the fourth to tie it with three minutes left after two Paul George free throws made it a three point game with 15.2 seconds remaining. Levine Mr tying three pointer and George closed it out at the line. Kawai Leonard lead the Clippers with 35 point, George scored 28 Lou Williams had 21 I'm guessing cool

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Coby White Scores 21 As Chicago Bulls Rally To Beat Trail Blazers

The Free Agents

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Coby White Scores 21 As Chicago Bulls Rally To Beat Trail Blazers

"Kobe white scores. Twenty one and the bull's rally to beat the blazers won eleven one away. They were down twenty but they came back What's the big takeaway well skates. I only got one thing for you. The polls are hitting me win of the year the first twenty point comeback in the nba. This season i saw some highlights from the clippers versus the spurs. They're talking could they be the first team to pull off a twenty point comeback. No they can't but the bulls did as a crazy game. What a night. In the kirby household bowls blazoned on the deck owl's blazers on deck election results trickling in on the computer a luxurious matchup out there red and black both teams january five going down in history. But this was a weird one. I said the bulls gave up a twenty point. Lead thirty nine point eight three pointers in the first quarter. Blazers look like they on fire. It looked like it was going to be sad. Trey kerby coming in on the show today. But i had the faith skeets i said. Just stick around the comeback bulls. We'll take care of this. And somehow they did a billy donovan has gotten something. Out of zach levine. Feels a little bit different. He was out there over passing the ball in the first half of the game but kept getting teammates involved. This ended up being a really nice team win. The bulls had so many guys in double figures. They ended up with seven players in double figures. Everybody was doing something everybody was bored in. This was a fun game to watch like. I said the balls have this huge comeback being a dagger three under a minute left. I'm upstairs everybody else in the house asleep. I'm just jealous like this back in my arms against each other legendary stuff damian. Lillard basically didn't make a shot in the second half did make the one that was most important knockdown down that three from the right wing. The purest swish. You could ever hope to see if you're damian lillard but this was just was just exciting man. I was going nuts in the

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"chicago bull" Discussed on Premium Hoops

Premium Hoops

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"chicago bull" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"Mothman candidate zappa vein. Canvey than someone like chris. Paul enables that where Russell westbrook does and multiple of sports. He's obviously are forty five million dollars less than than russell westbrook as well. So if you're thinking from a point of you than the s something to consider. Now obviously chris auto he may fall off next Think you can make the same arguments about russell. Westbrook as well given even though he's younger filter he's Scenically more by so athleticism. So it's an interesting total A lot of the remarks. You'll get between both fans if the situation of all this scenario versus russell westbrook. A lot of them will say. I don't want ada. I won't capsizing twenty twenty one. So that probably be the the the the most used rebuttal. Let's say but som- It just makes sense to me. The score off the chris paul again on significantly bossed about Of hijacked your podcast at this point to now at this sounds we'll others renaming. It's not what's next for the chicago. Bulls chris paul group think I think yeah you make a great point too. And i like just to rebuttal that rebuttal. It people were coming up with. I i get just me personally Especially like Looking at a small market team. Chicago's not a small market team. But like looking at you from the pacers one. You're not think to an extent. Chicago is operating like a small market team right now because they don't have star player and they haven't had a winning track record in a while. So i think to an extent you kind of get into that place that makes sense like. What will it kind of what the knicks are dealing with right now. But i'm not on the same level of dysfunction even remotely But i think you look at like okay. Who's coming here in. Twenty twenty free agency if we have another year where the market is not able to take a step when they'll carter's still passive And we don't have a real playmaker so think you look at it and like okay. Get chris paul and if things work out then you can figure out free agency for twenty twenty one then but like right now. It's like what what is drawing people to chicago to play here and make this a wing organization if they're not if there's not really a base there to start off with I think that's something..

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"chicago bull" Discussed on Premium Hoops

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05:27 min | 1 year ago

"chicago bull" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"If you wanna be a little bit more conservative see what it looks like on the billy donovan for the first thirty games Wherever the trade deadline may At that point. Maybe larry convinces you that. He works with zach that he works with kirby win dell under the new coaching staff at cetera. On ninety two be To all situations. I think it's rock decided. Now you have to wait to see how these guys look on billy donovan. Everything's argument fluid. Personally fall is able to get another top seven right. Pick in his. Draw larry martin. I would probably swimming That ofeibea materializes but if the knicks when it comes to the bulls For mocking all the pistons pick seven alarm optional inside than not something out consider. But i'm sure a lot of bills fans wouldn't but some of you just have to do a lot of situations at this point. Heck i would be good with ten from phoenix or new orleans. First rounder as well. And i think he'd be a good fit either of those teams as kind of like even just playing like dario saric floors facing type role like if easy massive upgrade on nickel o'malley for the pelicans in meli played great with zion last year so I think there are teams. That would be interested especially given what we've seen but it's it remains to be seen. What the front office is interested in doing going forward. Yeah yet it's going to be interesting situation. Block against on the sky thinking theme randomly. If if i could get the hands on two picks in saw the top. Let's say and if you give you can get a lake. God or wing and you can get someone like denny let says well and add those two plays to kirby zach and wendelin. That gets interesting to me. And it just changes the tom on the radio to change the profile of the radio. But if you can get Minute pal or By fostering small up more To me that's interesting sir. Yet it could go a number of ways a the surprised if they tried him under off. Not that that's something. I think that should be considered. Yeah yeah. I think it's interesting to just kind like looking at the parallels for teams like I mentioned that. Cover the pacers. Like it's the very similar thing that i look at with With wendell and lowery like we don't know about the fit but with with domus in milestone. I know about the fit. I've watched them for two years like of course we're we're on the verge of running back which i'm very apprehensive about But again like it brings up the same thing okay..

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"chicago bull" Discussed on Premium Hoops

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04:58 min | 1 year ago

"chicago bull" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"Just a rumor but regardless i think it was something that was pretty surprising came out on the radar yet. It's one of those things where i'm like. Do i bother getting annoyed about it. Because i just don't know how much how much mentoring behind that room sir isis addressing but yet to your point if there was credibility to that remote that would be concerning to me. Is that whilst. Wendell hasn't been perfect. Prospect probably somewhat underwhelming his first two seasons particularly familiar. Big win fan. Who had high expectations are still do. i guess he hasn't performed to the level that i would have liked a still obviously have huge In the guy but beyond that he's alicia that it could be late in a specific category multiple degrees on coal so that something can hang out on whereas with larry mark in. I don't know what he does on anything that you know. He's beyond that an average very good level at site and i people have to think as a stretch. Power forward is as good scoring big man but he doesn't do those things at a beyond average level of point percentages at an average level scoring average level. Lakewood average levels are from that point of view. I would be concerned. If i do value larry moe than wendell i guess it really does come down to whether view lower mcneil. How viewing even do they viewing potentially as a senator on if you can grow into center. Maybe that changes the trajectory of his career. And maybe my opinion obama's apply at this point based on production based on what we know and even even factoring upside in development. I would still Right window but yeah. I just don't know how much stuff to pretty nonspecific grew yet. Kinda follow up on. What mark said i've since since the report kind of talked myself on the ledge off the ledge on this one Originally i was kinda freaking out about it because kind of like mark touched on. Lowery's been pretty disappointing. You know like he's got a beautiful shot but he doesn't shoot the percents you'd think he would given the opportunities he gets. He shoots it on solid volume. But it's hard. It's hard to kind of justify that when he's a one way player. And i make no mistake and i'll talk about this as much as possible on twitter everywhere i can. I ranked wendell carter junior number one on my bulls young player rankings. I think he's kind of the archetype of center of the future. He's a good passer..

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"chicago bull" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

The Sportscaster and Her Son

12:48 min | 1 year ago

"chicago bull" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

"Boomer Jason Commander Former Saint Ignatius College prep student and writer for busing. Brackets former former. Right it is it is and you are my son. I am yourself so typically this is where I would say. We don't always get along but our mutual love. Sports brings us together but Jason. I both agree. The last dance has given us so much to talk. It's been crazy decent. What's your reactions to the last dance which we have been watching on? Espn throughout our pandemic shelter at home. No sports on first off. I want to offer up a disclaimer. You Typically Fall Asleep about halfway through the second episode of the night. So why are you? I mean it's it's it's true it is typically we start out the watching it with four people in the living room and I'm typically the last man standing so Anyway anyway my thoughts are. I think it's really cool to look back at the season. Obviously I wasn't around back then so it's like a nice little look back in time. There's a lot of stuff fat when you when you're told about Michael Jordan when you hear about the legacy that you don't know unless you you WANNA learn about Michael Jordan. You don't know about the gambling you don't necessarily know about his father's death about him as a teammate. About the altercations about how little he actually enjoyed being a celebrity and playing basketball towards the end of his career. Little stuff besides the winning and the moments that everyone remembers has been the coolest for me on top of some of the people that have been featured Isaiah. Thomas Charles Barkley Kobe Bryant. Who's really cool to see? Barack Obama. Justin Timberlake Bill Clinton. They've had everybody on here. It's so cool seeing the opinions and and the the stories from all these people that you really don't know how much they have to do with Michael Jordan until you see them in the documentary and it all sorts make sense so I have to say that you brought up the Kobe Bryant I. I felt uncomfortable. I didn't I I know you had you have to include that. I just felt I just felt uncomfortable. I felt so soon since his tragic death In the helicopter accident that I cringed when it came on but my favorite so far has been the Isaiah. Thomas I mean I loved seeing the true hatred coming out of Michael I. I've never heard him swear so much. It was hysterical and you could just. I thought that that was the best. So far that they've done was how they portrayed the hatred for Isaiah Thomas and the Pistons at the time In Ninety one I was working at Chicago no I was working at. Espn in Bristol. Connecticut and I was a production assistant and I along with Mike. Zero were the to Chicago production assistance and so we would sit and watch the Bulls Games. You know obviously all the as as we were. You're watching your in these screening rooms and you're watching every game and you're assigned one game while I would never get the bulls because I was new typically got like a tennis match or something like that back then Mike Zero. I would be cheering and screaming because we were the to Chicago Bulls fans at the time and I came home from working at ESPN. In Ninety. Two I went and worked the Olympics. I was Andrea Kramer's associate producer her feel producer for the stories that she did covering the Dream Team in California which is where they were practising before they went over to the Olympics and so that year in ninety two I worked Freelancing as a field producer for ESPN. After I came home to Chicago and so I had that that was my second way of learning the team and then in ninety three I got hired by CRTV Chicago and television and so I got to cover them from ninety three on. And it's been for me. It is just a walk down Memory Lane. I JUST. I can't get over that it's been that long ago it just blows my mind that it's been twenty seven years you know it's amazing. I love it. It's really it's been really fun. It's a what stands out the most you. Jason I think what stands out the most mu just like the pure greatness of the team all the trials and tribulations they had to make it through In order to achieve an incredible feat people don't understand how hard it is to win a championship in any sport to do it. Three times in a row twice in the same decade is pretty incredible. Um suggest see how that all came together and see all the different moving parts all the different personalities. All the different instances happenings games the everything seeing it all come together in the way that it's been portrayed. I think has been the coolest for me so for me my first on Air Job. Chicagoland Television in Chicago and I'm covering the the third of the Bulls. I three p the first three championship titles and I mean how fortunate was I just? That's how it is you cover championships. I covered three more after that. You assume that's just how it is so in a way when you are so young covering it. It's you just assume that this is what the rest of your career is going to be like. So how men were. We lucky it was just incredible..

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