17 Burst results for "Clay Bennett"

"clay bennett" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"clay bennett" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Only guy who is dedicated to bring it somewhere else. So you know we talked about this with With jason and adam. I guess it's a valid question. And i think i get a sense. Maybe where you sort of look at it but if there is a villain or is it multiple villains in the store right because certainly schultz's certainly is definitely a candidate. Bennett certainly You know in his the manner in which he found and god and then ultimately took the team. But there's also the nba and in particular david. Stir kind of looming in the background or the foreground depending on the week or the month and the core trials. None of this happens if somewhere in the back room. Stern says you're not moving a team. Seattle right i mean. We all know that he was at that point. He still had pretty big stick and if he felt strongly enough that it was a signature city. And you know come hell or high water. Whoever he was gonna ever show it is going to sell. That team to the team was staying. There bennett would not have bought the team. Because ben it's bennett whether you ranked or the villains The one person who could have sort of done back room the proverbial smoky backroom deal. Hey you know. Here's what we're thinking is termed flat out made it known that. Look i'm gonna. I'm gonna lean on enough owners that they're not gonna approve this. It probably would not have happened. But unfortunately and that's really where i think they. A lot of people felt like he let the city down because he was maybe the only one that could come out stopped. Think he did the opposite. I maybe remember. You may remember. But i think he. He said that like if it's not viable some some some some interview where he understood that it's not viable to have to go to a city that it was in he was obviously off for the larger. mba in the to the point of the seattle fans talking about you know that interview induce reading about. They actually don't want a team to move there. They would they kind of take the high road of like we would never do to another city. What happened to us. We want our own team at which is why they kept the sonics and all that kind of stuff that you logo with the team in bringing along so p- yeah i think the the ranking the village. A case could be made that like you know. Stern might have been fan ose in this regard right at the end of the day if he had snapped his fingers vigorously might keep the team that well look i i. It just feels to me like that. That stern was trying to do right by the league. And again remember you got to put this against the backdrop of the early two thousands and and how the revenue streams were evolving and television and cable and and arena economics. Right and it. It feels to me like he kind of put his weight behind trying to get not only renovation. Three point zero for keyarena but also the idea of a brand new facility from scratch you know with all the luxury suites and that kind of stuff and when because of it not sort of coming to be or not looking like it would happen anytime soon. It almost feels like that political capital. That bennett sort of immediately got by housing. The hornets in a desperate and emergency situation almost feels it just. It's almost like a favor being called. And if i'm stern it looks like it's just such a clean and incrementally Upside deal despite the fact that oklahoma city ain't no seattle when it comes to media market and pizazz and allure. I guess as a as a as a locale for travel. Yeah it's almost it seems shortsighted looking back and like you said there were so many factors going on. I mean there was no streaming. There was no social media. There was none of that ad revenue. They just started kind of pushing into china and some of the other places that they were doing and you know kobe was the of the league was in that spot. Where lebron wasn't lebron yet and coby was still celtics. Lakers you know those those years. When especially when ray outlet over there so the league was in a completely different spot. And you're right. He definitely threw his weight behind the good of the league in terms of the more updated. Arenas the better But the thing that happens with bennett. That's interesting is there. Were ways that the nba probably could have done better by both teams right like you. You can promises oklahoma city the next expansion team you can do all these things. It was just the way it was done so openly and i think that the thing that was the thing that really bugs people the most when they look back on and when i talk to them. Is that like bennett himself. So so so so say shields is kind of just like a schill and wants to get out of it. And maybe he's just a total sap in even it. He's not that dummy obviously can run all these companies and things but even if let's just say he's so naive and believes ben it's gonna. Maybe he's brainwashed himself into believing. That bennett is gonna do best by keeping the team there. Which i don't believe for one second but even if that's the case Bennett himself went out and said he was going to try to keep the team in seattle knowing he had no intention to your point of stern calling favor exactly. It was wide open that he was moving the team. So the fact that he even took press conferences and and went out there and said that he was gonna do the best job that three matina keep the team in seattle. I think that's it just feels like such an open why to the people who care about the team. I think that the legacy of it is is kind of what you said like stern. Maybe could've stopped it. Schultz shoulder the team as somebody who may be should app today. Clay bennett's front center saying. Yeah i'm gonna keep the team here. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. Oh wait no. It's not viable. See well all right. It's been over just over a decade now since the team left for oklahoma city. And it's an interesting time to have this conversation with you And and you having these interviews with these current players and at how much this team meant to them growing up and either as role models or just identity or or just the sheer love and joy and You know the the sanctity of the sport of basketball and their own backyard. But now we're we're in a time where i am. I may even talking about the pandemic issues which is a whole other sort of set of a set of issues. But you've got this. Nhl franchise coming to town next year. I think it is. I don't have the time length but push back the largest Nhl expansion franchise price tag ever They've done a yeoman's job in terms of a branding it and and trying to kind of do it right so to speak and and Mr leiweke and his team there seemed to be Methodical serious almost bending over backwards to to find that sort of minor league heritage that preceded this team in hockey to kinda sort of build or reestablish some of those ties and i think frankly now it puts this question that i'm gonna ask you a softball for sure. More into the realm of possibility in that is when and if a new franchise perhaps maybe with the old sonics name and logo comes back to seattle. It seems almost like the table is perhaps getting more set for at least a more serious consideration of this finally potentially happening. What what do you think i. I think it's a. It's a absolutely going to happen Definitely be the the sonics coming back. I think there's a ton of momentum. I know adam. Silver just had a conversation with the mayor or some some high higher up figure seattle's political world talking about being open to having one The ground swell is there. I don't know that. I.

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"clay bennett" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"clay bennett" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"Some of these guys force our way out. I mean you wouldn't. You wouldn't have expected that. Anthony Davis would have been a Laker when he became a Laker a lot of. Of Times, it takes agent. The agents really have to flex their muscles signing with clutch sports. We didn't expect all that, so in terms of the NBA thing is almost theater sometimes, so these guys can control their destiny more than ever before and buddy healed. I'm sure he here's the Lakers rumors just as much as we all do, and if he's here in the rumors, Damian Lillard is hearing what Stephen as saying about him, becoming a Laker, and of course, the Blazers wouldn't want to send Damian Lillard or body heal. They wouldn't want to send him over here, but if they demand that they want. The Lakers are going to be a hot spot to be at because you're going to be competing now, and then you also could have some shine after Lebron leaves so it's going to be very attractive spot to be and hopefully for our sake. That buddy healed finds a way. Yeah, I'd like to see it happen. People mentioning Zach Levine in players. That's another great one. Yeah, we! We'd love to see again. Getting any of these kind of qualifies star players that are younger that can take that next step with the Lakers. I think that would be a huge huge win, but that's that's going to be up to rub. Rub Leg to figure out this summer, but I think he'd be a great fit. To move on to our next topic? Though what did talk a little bit about the comeback efforts because we know Aj boys, he reported today that Clay Bennett the owner of the Oklahoma. City thunder who was instrumental in getting team out of Seattle. Nice some few underhanded things went on there, but got the got the team out of Seattle brought the Bill Casey. He gave his big speech apparently according to watch trying to get owners to vote for all thirty teams to come back, saying that it's going to be damaging to the small markets if you don't bring everybody back and if you're only going to bring back two teams than the smaller markets, t the you know their cities are going to forget about. About them while they're not around, and so you need to do some sort of a summer league or something like that for those teams for them to keep a foothold in the market, so yeah, where we added as point guys. What do what do you guys think like? Do you try to bring everybody back when you do well, this is hard because. It's unfortunate. They're the ones that are gonna be losing the money. They make their money from the fans showing up the Lakers really don't the bad big TV deals. They have all types of a lot of other exactly they have all types of other avenues to make this type of money and for us on the outside looking in. It's not our money, so it's very easy to say where we don't want to watch anyways, and it's also not worth the risk for the players. They're not going to be playing games that matter so for us. It's very simple to just say okay. Cancel their season because they don't matter but for these owners that agreed to buy some of these smaller market teams. Teams and okay see in a lot of these other small markets. They need the fans to be there for X. amount of games, or they need that extra TV money those extra few games to go through, because they don't have another source of income, they want to figure out a way to best come through this, so I can't necessarily say what they should do..

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"clay bennett" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"clay bennett" Discussed on KOMO

"What we have to take away the dogs and Trojans go out at six o'clock Thursday the broadcast at five thirty on komo news and Forbes magazine says the average the average NBA franchise is now worth two billion dollars in two thousand six Howard Schultz sold the Seattle SuperSonics to clay Bennett for three hundred fifty million it think for more than one reason he wishes he hung on a pretty good appreciation their sport to ten and forty after the hour bill sports on the home of the Huskies come on his you guys hear that house speaker Nancy Pelosi paid off for Super Bowl that uses from California to meet a friendly wager with Missouri congressman Emanuel cleaver ended up giving it a basket full of California goodies and I'm talkin goodies like your daily chocolate sees candy simple style she does she also put on a red yellow scarf to shore appreciation the Niners colors tune the chiefs Niners whatever you both went on that the question of whether to pay student athletes is being debated on Capitol Hill hearing today address the issue and it featured testimony from people including NC double a president mark Emmert he talked about the unique character and quality of college sports all big twelve conference commissioner bubbles be said college sports is not a vocation others including democratic senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut said so many people benefit from the athletes to compete he called for the competitors to get equitable compensation another parent has been sentenced in connection with that massive college admissions cheating schedule and scandal and here's ABC's Paula Faris Hodge former CEO of a global investment firm and father of seven on Friday was leveled with a nine month prison sentence after pleading guilty for pay nearly nine hundred thousand dollars to get four of his children into elite colleges under false pretenses getting.

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"clay bennett" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:14 min | 3 years ago

"clay bennett" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Glowing sendoff by Sam Prestige Four Russell Westbrook and Russell Westbrook is always going to be revered Oklahoma City because when everybody else everybody else see Kevin Durant abandoned the city Russell Westbrook stock and he managed to convince Paul George to come for a year Colli Leonard whose recruiting prowess is very underrated got George to demand a trade Sam Prestige recognizing that they could get back under the salary cap and rebuild on the fly rather than rebuild around two guys who were thirty years old made the moves and prestige talked about it in a release and he said look and it in the press conference. I should say it wasn't even a release. He said Russell Westbrook is the most important player in the brief history of the Oklahoma City Thunder. That's pretty strong stuff. He left an indelible mark on the team. The city and the state known of US could have anticipated the players become world deeply proud of what he contributed to success in the franchise and to the community dirty russell and his wife Nina their three children brother and his parents will always remain part of the thunder family. We wish them nothing but happiness and success in the future. I don't know Russell Westbrook's going to get a ring but they're going to retire the Jersey. There'll be the statue outside the Chesapeake arena and even the owner Clay Bennett stepped out and said look I have great deal respect for Russell and there's is not adequately adequately describe our appreciation for what he's meant to Oklahoma's you know usually the owners keep silent on this kind of stuff unless their names Marco Bar Cuban but he's a first rate player and now Chris Paul is there with three years left on the contract and you know they're going to either move them for the right deal or they'll hold onto him for a little bit and wait to see how it plays out and if somebody gets hurt on a contending team they might be able to convince the team to take Chris Paul off their hands. His better days are behind them. They just are and the danger that Oklahoma City and Billy Donovan faces is that they need to put the ball in the hands of of Gilgit Alexander the piece that they picked up from in the trade the Paul George. He's the guy he's the guy that the clippers didn't want to give up. He's the guy that was deemed untouchable because of his ceiling and he's the guy that's going to step in and replace Russell Westbrook at the Point Guard position is he put put up the stats that Russell so westbrook puts up Hell No. He's not going to be a triple double machine but he distributes he gets the rest of the team involved and although I think the thunder are going to be in the lottery I think they're going to be competitive not competitive for a playoff spot in the fact that there's such depth out west. It'll be difficult for them to do that but they've got decent players on that basketball team. The question is what role. does chris paul take on his team should he stick with them to start the season to me if you're billy donovan you can't start him he has to come off the bench and lead the second unit in most expensive point guard the history of second unit but he has to come off the bench you have to turn this team over to gildas alexander you just have to because he has to develop and he is your future i don't know how that's going to sit with chris paul and they've got a ton of draft picks going forward and i do mean ah tong but it it's gonna be it's gonna be an interesting watch just because of how the coach is going to have to juggle things and how the crowd crowd because don't kid yourself the oklahoma city thunder fans are the most loyal in the association.

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"clay bennett" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"clay bennett" Discussed on KTOK

"The thunder releasing an extensive statement about what led up to the trade with quotes from GM Sam Presti and team German clay Bennett press the galling Westbrook quote the most important player in the brief history of the thunder raising eyebrows with the national media many of them thinking that title should belong to Kevin Durant but what's the national media ever known about Oklahoma City I think most under fans would agree with Presley as to the trade the GM revealed quote we recently had conversations with Russell about the team is career and how he sees the future through those conversations we came to the understanding that looking at some alternative situations would be something that made sense for him clay Bennett talking about Westbrook saying quote there is no way to adequately describe our appreciation for what he is meant Oklahomans his legacy here is immense and he will be honored by the team for all he has done sounds like a statue is coming at some point Jersey retirement for sure as for Chris Paul who began his career in Oklahoma City when the then New Orleans Hornets temporarily moved here after hurricane Katrina Presti said getting a player of Chriss caliber gives us another experienced play maker and leader while the additional draft picks continue to allow us to further commit to long term vision that we are embarking on for the thunder and it's beginning to look more and more likely that Paul will suit up for the thunder this season Presti has had discussions with other teams about a trade but so far no one is stepping up to take the three years and one hundred twenty seven million dollars left on CP three is contract date to a big twelve media days in Arlington a lot of folks talking about a hand gesture no no not that one the horns downside the head of conference official says it will not automatically be a penalty as long as the gesture is brief and not aimed at anyone specifically Texans wide receiver Colin Johnson says warns them that is offensive to those in burnt orange so I take it personally.

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"clay bennett" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"clay bennett" Discussed on High Noon

"There's a possibility that you're going to be one of the lower rungs of it's going to be a little bit more difficult for you. Over silver loses me on this is the idea that trade demands or disheartening. Hey man sometimes people don't like their jobs. Sometimes they what different jobs you are never going to be able to eradicate that inefficient hurts you that sometimes sometimes guys wake up and don't like their jobs. Does it hurt you when the teens sometimes wake up and decide hey this franchise anchor we just extended. We don't want him anymore. That's exactly why I have zero empathy for the owners because this is all capitalism. This is collectively a bargain. It's more than capitalism. They agreed to the system that gave rise to these conditions. Keep in mind in Hawaiian Paul George examples those guys initially were trade into these places right Kawai went to Toronto against his will so to speak Paul George goes to okay see against his will so to speak and from there they make power moves but in terms of whether I should feel bad for Clayton Bennett because he got this giant hall of draft picks and had to lose Paul George because his team actually was wise to value the future over the presence in this the case no that's how the system works and it's a collaborative approach that resulted in all the problem that Clay Bennett has is and this is with a lot of these teams. I think Utah Jumps off the list there few more that we can point to. They don't think anybody voluntarily early wants to live there at least nine the demographic of people that the gentleman to play basketball. They don't think people voluntarily want to be there so what their solution is. How do we make people want to stay here now? What they could do is eliminate the MAC salary right if your problem is we gotta figure out a way to make it so all of these people stay eliminate the MAC salary the counterpoint then is whether small market teams then can't afford to pay that salary in the rest of the world? If you can't afford something to get up out the pain yes you sell your team to the many many any billionaires who may be problematic extraction in origin to be clear. I'm not saying that Clay Bennett selling to the next tech Titan is going to make a team that values you know asset management away that you were out of Silverwood even want them to right. I'm not saying that the next <unk> owner would be better than Clayton Bennett. All I'm saying is if the problem is you don't have enough money to keep these guys in an uncapped world or very least in terms of Max contracts being uncapped then yeah. I'm sorry that's how the game works. Welfare people don't like it when someone else's getting the check right but then I mean this is a basic subsidization argument that all these teams are making you. We need you to do this in order for us to survive the irony of this though to me is I don't think market size is the big deal that people are making it out to be a jumps out this year but look at the Knicks right back next why Leonard only signed for two years with the clippers. I can't believe it that Gerald is presenting the quarterly budget report with finger puppets..

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"clay bennett" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"clay bennett" Discussed on KTOK

"We came across words definitely mental health services and substance abuse treatment well that's fantastic and of I bet you will sit back and think why has it taken us so long to think of offering these kind of things well one reason is because as even this was the case with our recently passing the jail trust there might have been the political will to do that one time in the previous twenty five years maybe with the commissioners lining up just right but there wasn't the support for the community and the philanthropic community the corporate citizens all of those have to be on the same page because the private sector investment is required as well as their bi and just have their emotional support political will and missing man on all who is lead this effort in particular has really been doing just yeoman's work with trying to take and pioneer through so many things that were innovative an outside the box in the latest models that are doing best practice results all across the country so clay Bennett for handling the jail tres committee that ultimately birth the recommendation for us to take on the jail trust again which had been a recommendation before but he brought it back up to the forefront of our community conversation and I would say Sudan and on all has really been the leader for getting a mental health facility and a diversion habits are talking about here and while I think that we needed one I wouldn't for a moment pretend to be a subject matter expert so I just recognize the need but I don't know all the nuances and so I was so impressed with their presentation and the leadership in research that they've put into this and I knew that this was really I thought what to me in layman's terms made the most sense that's why I've endorsed this diversion have is the one that I hope maps will consider when putting forward a project what is su in Arnold's background when it comes to of civic engagement why it why does this idea why this project who wants to answer that so it the Arnold family foundation was founded in two thousand and fifteen and we that the shortest answer is we work to support those that don't have a voice so we work with an animal welfare in the foster care system for the children in Oklahoma county and also for individuals that are justice involved in Oklahoma county it started initially we're working with the children in foster care and something that would consistently come up when Simeon was attending meetings she's very involved and is that a lot of the children were in foster care because one.

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"clay bennett" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"clay bennett" Discussed on High Noon

"I totally understand why it is that if you own this team, you would not want to get into the territory of the tax and being in the territory of the Tex-Mex improve your team that affects mid level, all of that stuff like that. So I kinda get it, what I would be curious about, though, is what exactly the market for Stephen Adams would be because contrary to what you might think Stephen Adams is twenty five years old. But I can only imagine the mileage. That's all Ned twenty-five. He makes twenty five million dollars a year. You're not gonna find a big man as good as him very easily out there, and he makes a difference for them. But I would not blame team for wanting to get out ahead of what might be his physical decline. Well, there's the physical decline of Stephen Adams, there's the decline of Russell Westbrook who is at age thirty older, and he's older than his three point percentage last year. That is an enormous problem as you've discussed over and over again this season. But to get back to the luxury tax idea. Let's keep something in mind, too. Clay Bennett historically hates paying the luxury tax. But last year, the GM Sam prestige basically asked for a big raise his allowance. He said, I need more what happened the thunder went to three hundred million dollars. The first team in NBA history to do so combining the cap and attacks and what did they get? They got another first round exit. So if you're clay Bennett that was the year when I gave you the leash now that Lisa's shortening all the way that, well, this is where the warriors, I think kind of flip the game because keeping that thing together as they did required a willingness to pay the taxes. Keep going requires a willingness pay tax goes into finance or the purpose of the tax because the whole idea was to make people act like clay Bennett. Did you look around the league guys realize, okay, I guess, certain level of thing we might have to pay the tax that is going to dial itself back we'll on. It's weird now because again what the jazz have in front of them to funder. Also have in front of them. They of the Western Conference where they're like two teams that I can see that are probably not in the playoffs. The grizzlies end the sons. But everybody else's kind of in this problem for the funder as Paul George just had a double shoulder surgery. Russell westbrook. Does not seem to be improving that team seems to have a ceiling. That's lowering as the floor is opening up for everybody else. This is going to become another Billy Donovan show improve year. Yeah. Coming up next, the Knicks say, no. Thank you, Chris Paul, like like for their team. Dame lillard. Anthony Davis Klay Thompson. Danna Terachi Netco. We'll McKay Gina who McCain Space, Jam stalks. Ooh, I'm into that. People are kind of, like throwing shade at it. But like the Muggsy Bogues and Shawn Bradley in the first one all these people, I think are bigger than them. I got news, well, bigger than Mosey bows, which trying to say, well, bigger figurative, he'll, he'll come up here rocky. Oh, jaw Baltimore number seven because the NBA draft is tonight at seven o'clock on ESPN seven eastern ideas, Pablo, what are you most excited to see you tonight? I'm excited to see trades whoa, JR. Said there will be an extraordinary number of trades, and as much as I appreciate our Jay baron, Zayn Williamson, our friend John Mirant. I kind of get them I've seen them before. I just want to know what the rest of the league is going to do in this season in which everything is seemingly possible. You don't know who any the other players in the draft are no. Okay. So what's the excitement about the trades? Oh, they're gonna shuffle around and get another guy that I've never heard of what? May include players that I have heard in the trades for those guys that I haven't, and that's where it could get interesting. Specifically a number. I have to say this man, the universe taken away, what I always found to be the most site and mos- Anderson part of the draft. And that was ugly suits and the ugly suits have been taken away by stylists. And blamed LeBron James above allows us, the first dude, I remember showing to the draft knew it was clear..

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"clay bennett" Discussed on Nickel Package

Nickel Package

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"clay bennett" Discussed on Nickel Package

"The meantime show, featuring Lenny is presented by dip recruiter. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. And welcome back to Joe. The only NFL podcast or one of the hosts gets cited when he hears the word scrappy, because it reminds food. I am so ready for the NFL season will like the off-season the run up to the season to really get going. But the NBA draft, Anthony Davis, sort of Stoler thunder this. Well, if we're talking NBA clay Bennett, stole my thunder, but that's another story are however biting our time, like cobras ready to strike NBA fans analysts and no one is ready. You're one I know is more prepared at all times to talk football. He is coiled somewhere outside Bristol, like venomous python the one and only field Yates, welcome back to the show field. First of all need a great to be back. Thanks for having me on second of all, that clay Bennett stole my thunder line thousand retweets minimum on Twitter. I guarantee L I think it plays well at a podcast, but that's. Kind of joke. I saw it on Twitter. I couldn't not press reach we probably like it, too, like, confirmation that one, smashed speaking of actually, I'm not gonna say what I was about to say, but you are getting married in two. Is it two days what time? People are listening to this. I'm getting married, twenty seconds. So it's possibly the people listening to this, and I'm already married. So if I go forth between referring to Cape, in my significant other as my fiance, or my wife, like I think it's okay like this one time, where you can call your wife, I call by humidity wife, my wife in advance of actually being married. We're so close your wedding. I feel like I was invited to the wet and I feel like we are recording. I'm gonna pretend you're recording this like in your do. They groom sweet. It's it the man where the men get ready. Sounds good. Right. Yeah. Graduate, I don't know what we're doing this in the suite to get you in the right mindset for your way. What is your hashtag for the wedding? So I am not necessarily always on board with hashtags for weddings but being that my name is feel it played really easily seen to be wife's name is shaping Cape and takes the field, which is very like you know it plays. Well, sports related weighty roles off tongue good website, domain name to so we thought that one was one of the first things that came to mind. And one of the most obvious things we had to incorporate into the way. I was gonna suggest fielder's choice, but you know what yours is more feminist to like shape in the field choice? Yeah, I prefer. That's good. She, I think that makes. Where the pants and their relationship has been that, that is very clear. She has definitely the prevailing force, the ones the boss. So I think ours is the appropriate terminology. Listening to your podcasts. Have heard a lot about shape it in your wedding. That would is, of course, the fantasy focused pod, which it probably gets heated up around, July, right? Like when do fantasy fans really start prepping for the season. I as you know, me like fantasy fans don't ever stop prepping. But there's a cross section of people that tune in tune back out or to out, I should say from like the month of like mid to late July and sort of say goodbye in January first, and that's and they return. And you know, it's like a bird hibernating, right? Or like I don't know which way to fly back in the summer, maybe five south. What I'm trying to get to hang out with us for, like five months. And then they say goodbye to us for seven months. And so we're getting fired up for the people that are more seasonal fantasy players..

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"clay bennett" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"clay bennett" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"The meantime show, featuring Lenny is presented by dip recruiter. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. And welcome back to Joe. The only NFL podcast or one of the hosts gets cited when he hears the word scrappy, because it reminds food. I am so ready for the NFL season will like the off-season the run up to the season to really get going. But the NBA draft, Anthony Davis, sort of Stoler thunder this. Well, if we're talking NBA clay Bennett, stole my thunder, but that's another story are however biting our time, like cobras ready to strike NBA fans analysts and no one is ready. You're one I know is more prepared at all times to talk football. He is coiled somewhere outside Bristol, like venomous python the one and only field Yates, welcome back to the show field. First of all need a great to be back. Thanks for having me on second of all, that clay Bennett stole my thunder line thousand retweets minimum on Twitter. I guarantee L I think it plays well at a podcast, but that's. Kind of joke. I saw it on Twitter. I couldn't not press reach we probably like it, too, like, confirmation that one, smashed speaking of actually, I'm not gonna say what I was about to say, but you are getting married in two. Is it two days what time? People are listening to this. I'm getting married, twenty seconds. So it's possibly the people listening to this, and I'm already married. So if I go forth between referring to Cape, in my significant other as my fiance, or my wife, like I think it's okay like this one time, where you can call your wife, I call by humidity wife, my wife in advance of actually being married. We're so close your wedding. I feel like I was invited to the wet and I feel like we are recording. I'm gonna pretend you're recording this like in your do. They groom sweet. It's it the man where the men get ready. Sounds good. Right. Yeah. Graduate, I don't know what we're doing this in the suite to get you in the right mindset for your way. What is your hashtag for the wedding? So I am not necessarily always on board with hashtags for weddings but being that my name is feel it played really easily seen to be wife's name is shaping Cape and takes the field, which is very like you know it plays. Well, sports related weighty roles off tongue good website, domain name to so we thought that one was one of the first things that came to mind. And one of the most obvious things we had to incorporate into the way. I was gonna suggest fielder's choice, but you know what yours is more feminist to like shape in the field choice? Yeah, I prefer. That's good. She, I think that makes. Where the pants and their relationship has been that, that is very clear. She has definitely the prevailing force, the ones the boss. So I think ours is the appropriate terminology. Listening to your podcasts. Have heard a lot about shape it in your wedding. That would is, of course, the fantasy focused pod, which it probably gets heated up around, July, right? Like when do fantasy fans really start prepping for the season. I as you know, me like fantasy fans don't ever stop prepping. But there's a cross section of people that tune in tune back out or to out, I should say from like the month of like mid to late July and sort of say goodbye in January first, and that's and they return. And you know, it's like a bird hibernating, right? Or like I don't know which way to fly back in the summer, maybe five south. What I'm trying to get to hang out with us for, like five months. And then they say goodbye to us for seven months. And so we're getting fired up for the people that are more seasonal fantasy players..

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"clay bennett" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"clay bennett" Discussed on KTOK

"Sport devoid auto folic for jeez, irate Renner. It certainly looks like thunder head coach Billy Donovan we'll continue in that job for at least another season. But no absolute answer on that question from team general manager Sam prestige, though, prestige certainly sounded like he wants Donovan to return. The anticipate Billy being back prestige speaking with reporters for more than an hour during his annual end of the season news conference yesterday saying he and Donovan hadn't met yet to talk in depth about the season and the future for me. Personally. I always think that it's important to give the coach of the team time to reflect in decompress. These jobs are really really hard. I wouldn't expect anything to change. I haven't had a chance to sit down with them. I do think getting his perspective on things is important because there's nobody that works harder than him, and because of that work ethic and the pressure of what prestige called a frustrating and disappointing into the season in courage Donovan getaway for a bit. If anything I think he needs to take some time to. To to think through the season himself, and it have a really good conversation. But yet, no nothing's changed. If something were to change, obviously, we would have told you guys, but they picked up Donovan six billion dollar option for next season a few months ago but after being bounced from the playoffs in the first round for the third straight season speculation was mounting. The Donovan might be fired price. They seem to throw cold water on that yesterday. The spite admitting he was not happy with how the season ended. We're disappointed that we are not still playing just like every team that is not in the playoffs anymore. If I had to define the year in a couple of words, I would say capability and inconsistency. President says the team played it a very high level for about seventy percent of the season. The other thirty percent prove to be problematic. He was also asked about Russell Westbrook in his demeanor both on and off the floor. Westbrook was surly with officials and the media during the season and the playoffs, but was engaging in gracious in his exit interview. President says he and his star talked about that would we prefer if he handled a few things differently. Sure, we've talked about that. I also think it would probably be worthy noteworthy to establish the fact that he made some adjustments to that particular approach, and I think that's a sign of tremendous leadership and signed that he is understanding that when he speaks. He is the reflection of so many different people presi says he will sit down for those in-depth discussions with Donovan team, chairman, clay Bennett and others to work on a plan to improve the team one thing in these parts that's hard to improve upon the quality of college softball right now. You is ranked number one in the nation and NCWA division. One UCON. Edmund is ranked number one in division two USAO and chicken Jay is number one and OSU is ranked twelfth in division. One UCLA Broncos begin their conference tournament tomorrow and coach Cody white pretty barred up. Oklahoma's always been a big offer.

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"clay bennett" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"clay bennett" Discussed on KOMO

"The lease in get the lease deal that he deserves he's going to take the team and move and the city of Seattle, basically said, no we don't care if it's an out of town by or not we're not renegotiating, and I was convinced that was a mistake. I made out of town buyer was here and showed up the city would acquiesce, and they would work out a deal. The city said, no. And this guy said to me, I'm gonna leave. And then I was just crushed that. I have made a terrible terrible mistake and the judgement was wrong to question that really drew the most reaction from the crowd was when was asked. Why not run as a democrat all these people started clapping instead of him running as an independent? He said it would be disingenuous that the party is espousing policies that he considers unrealistic not affordable and false promises. He said he will not consider running as a democrat. And also said he would not do anything to re elect Donald Trump. And there's been a lot of outrage on social media regarding this, and he said he was expecting a negative reaction. But said he's not trying to win the Twitter primary that he's already obviously lost that all only say this. When that the day that sale was announced and you saw that it was clay Bennett. And I think six or seven Oklahomans only who were part of that ownership group. You knew exactly where that team was going to end up. You knew then KOMO news time six eleven. All right. Let's talk some more sports U dub basketball, my Coppins team unbeaten in conference play host and UCLA tomorrow. One o'clock.

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"clay bennett" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"clay bennett" Discussed on KTOK

"Million dollars received from the state for the last fiscal year. Now for next year's requests. Director Ed lake spoke to state lawmakers on Wednesday laying out his agency's budget request for fiscal year. Twenty twenty DA tress requesting a total of almost seven hundred forty seven million dollars. Governor Kevin stead has appointed. Former state Representative Lisa Billy of pursell to serve as secretary of native American affairs. Billy currently serves in the Chickasaw nation legislature. She says she will serve as an advisor to his administration and will help foster strong partnerships between tribal government and the state of Oklahoma Oklahoma state university today will dedicate a statue in honor of its first African American student who enrolled in then Oklahoma am college in nineteen forty-nine. The sculpture of Nancy Randolph Davis was funded with private donations. Davis graduated in nineteen fifty two and spent forty three years as an Oklahoma teacher. She died in two thousand fifteen Oklahoma City, businessman, clay Bennett resigns from the university of Oklahoma border regions. He says it's because of his head. Bennett chairs the group that owns the Oklahoma City thunder. And he's president of a private investment firm crews are working to contain about seven hundred fifty barrels of crude oil that leaked into black. Bear creek in rural Garfield county. So there are times out there's an earthen dam that's been built to contain things on the bar ditch, and we're going from there corporation commission. Spokesman Matt Skinner told news for the spill was reported Tuesday by great salt plains midstream of Oklahoma City. The oil apparently leaked from an open valve on a tank Skinner says there is no health threat to people who live in the area, a southern Oklahoma man's facing charges for allegedly trafficking meth and attempting to destroy evidence. Thirty year old Stephen mccown who was recently arrested after he was found.

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"clay bennett" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"clay bennett" Discussed on KTOK

"Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the news center. And this is Oklahoma's first news a little warmer today. Our forecast is coming up an inmate and current resident of a halfway house in Oklahoma City is recovering after he was shot by a police officer it happened last night near west park place. And Lynn police say officer was responding to a call about a suspicious person at home and chased a man who had something that looked like a crowbar the officer tried to taste the suspect who charged at the officer and the officer opened fire. The suspect is expected to recover. The officers on paid administrative leave a woman is dead after a vehicle. She was driving crashed into a light pole in southwest Oklahoma City, it happened last night and your south west fifty ninth and western police say the woman was taken to a hospital in critical condition and pronounced dead at the hospital. The cause of the crash was under investigation. Oklahoma City businessman clay Bennett resigns from the university of Oklahoma board of regions. He says it's because of his Health Minute chairs the group that owns. The Oklahoma City thunder, and he's president of a private investment firm, crews are working to contain about seven hundred fifty barrels of crude oil that leaked onto black. Bear creek in rural Garfield county. So there are booms out. There's an earthen dam that's been built to contain. Things in the bar Dench. And we're going from there corporation commission. Spokesman max Skinner told news for the spill was reported Tuesday by great salt plains midstream, Oklahoma City, the oil apparently leaked from an open vowel on a tank Skinner says there is no health threat to people who live in the.

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"clay bennett" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"clay bennett" Discussed on KTOK

"Radio one thousand KT. Okay. M K X Y FM ninety six point one HD two Oklahoma City. Six o'clock on NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay. A homicide suspect taken into custody. Beth myers. Booked into jail. I'm Beth Myers. Newsradio one thousand Katie. Okay. New center. Oklahoma City police telling us today they've arrested a homicide suspect. He's thirty one year old Philip Sanchez. He was booked into jail Tuesday for the death of thirty three year olds Cesar Lopez now Lopez body was found Sunday inside a house in the five hundred block of south west sixty eighth street. Police believe that he got into an altercation and was killed as of yet. No cause of death has been released, and it was last may that a woman and more discovered a bullet hole behind her babies crib? And she called police well yesterday Forty-six year old Jeremy park of more was sentenced to three years in prison for firing a rifle in his backyard, one of the bullets that he fired went into the women's house. He lives in an adjacent neighborhood, and it struck her babies crib and went into the wall the baby. Luckily. Not wounded park wasn't even supposed to be owning a gun at the time. He was the subject of a protective order that banned him from stalking. A former girlfriend the third largest state agency went before budget committees at the state capital today. And with the latest on that here's Katie okays, Calvin right? The Oklahoma department of human services wants an additional seventeen million dollars added to the almost seven hundred thirty million it received for the last fiscal year for in summary for the state fiscal year. Nineteen VHS director Ed lake spoke to state lawmakers earlier today laying out his agency's budget request for fiscal year. Twenty twenty almost seven hundred forty seven million dollar governor. Kevin today appointed former state Representative Lee Scibilia pursell to serve as his secretary of native American affairs. Billy currently serves in the Chickasaw nation legislature stood says she will serve ethin- advisor to his administration, and we'll help foster strong partnerships between tribal governments. And the state of Oklahoma and Oklahoma. Congressman Tom Cole will once again service co chair the bipartisan congressional native American caucus. It was announced today by caucus officials. Call has served as co chair since two thousand nine he is a citizen of the Chickasaw nation of Oklahoma and Oklahoma state university Stillwater tomorrow will dedicate of very special statue. It's an honor of its first African American student who enrolled in Ben Oklahoma am college in nineteen forty nine sculpture of Nancy Randolph Davis was funded with private donations. Davis graduated in nineteen fifty two he spent forty three years as an Oklahoma teacher. She died in two thousand fifteen and at the start of the oh, you board of regents meeting today. It was announced that Oklahoma City businessman. Clay Bennett is resigning from the board of regents effective immediately because of health concerns. No other information was released Bennett is chairman of the ownership group of the Oklahoma City thunder. He was first appointed to the regions. Board by governor Mary Fallon in two thousand eleven and then he was reappointed just last year from the k- t-. Okay. Weather center in the fort Warren storm team, partly cloudy tonight. A low of twenty four cloudy with some drizzle on Thursday. A high of forty nine cloudy on Friday and a high of fifty one more local news coming up at six thirty. I'm Beth Myers. Newsradio one thousand Katie. Okay..

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"clay bennett" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"clay bennett" Discussed on KTOK

"Eighty to Oklahoma City? Six o'clock on NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay. A homicide suspect taken into custody. Beth myers. Booked into jail. I'm Beth Myers. The NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. New center. Oklahoma City police telling us today they've arrested a homicide suspect. He's thirty one year old Philip Sanchez. He was booked into jail Tuesday for the death of Thirty-three-year-old Cesar Lopez now Lopez's body was found Sunday inside a house in the five hundred block of south west sixty eighth street. Police believe that he got into an altercation and was killed as of yet. No cause of death has been released, and it was last may that a woman and more discovered a bullet hole behind her babies crib? And she called police well yesterday Forty-six year old Jeremy park of more was sentenced to three years in prison for firing a rifle and his backyard one of the bullets that he fired went into the women's house. She lives in an adjacent neighborhood, and it struck her babies crib and went into the wall the baby. Luckily. Not wounded park wasn't even supposed to be owning a gun at the time. He was the subject of a protective order that banned him from stalking. A former girlfriend the third largest state agency went before budget committees at the state capital today. And with the latest on that, here's Katie okay is Calvin right? The Oklahoma department of human services wants an additional seventeen million dollars added to the almost seven hundred thirty million it received for the last fiscal year or in summary for the state fiscal year. Nineteen DHS director Ed lake spoke to state lawmakers earlier today laying out his agency's budget request for fiscal year. Twenty twenty almost seven hundred forty seven million dollar governor. Kevin today appointed former state Representative Lee Scibilia pursell to serve as his secretary of native American affairs. Billy currently serves in the Chickasaw nation legislature stood says she will serve as an advisor to his administration. And we'll help foster strong partnerships between tribal governments. And the state of Oklahoma and Oklahoma. Congressman Tom Cole will once again service co chair the bipartisan congressional native American caucus. It was announced today by caucus officials. Cole has served as co chair since two thousand nine he is citizen of the Chickasaw nation of Oklahoma and Oklahoma state university in Stillwater tomorrow will dedicate a very special statue. It's an honor of its first African American student who enrolled in Ben Oklahoma am college in nineteen forty-nine sculpture of Nancy Randolph Davis was funded with private donations. Davis graduated in nineteen fifty two. She spent forty three years as an Oklahoma teacher. She died in two thousand fifteen and at the start of the oh, you board of regents meeting today. It was announced that Oklahoma City businessman. Clay Bennett is resigning from the board of regents effective immediately because of health concerns. No other information was released Bennett is chairman of the ownership group of the Oklahoma City thunder. He was first appointed to the regions. Board by governor Mary Fallon in two thousand eleven and then he was reappointed just last year from the K T. Okay. Weather center in the fort Warren storm team, partly cloudy tonight..

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"clay bennett" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"clay bennett" Discussed on KTOK

"It'll be off the field role for stoops which is probably even better. And let's hope he'll help Alabama about as well as he helped us owners. Way to go. Mike animal up cannons. A sooner fan you like that. Okay. There's two things about him going down the Bama. All right. It is well known in the sports world that. Coach Saban treats his players, very well. Yeah, he's not one of those drill. Sergeant when it comes to the players has to because he gets most of them out of prison. And he's gotta keep them happy. Yes. Yes. He does go drill sergeant on his coaches. Yes. That's why they leave after two years because they're tired of dealing with them. So stoops goes, it makes a little bitty Jing. And then he gets added. He's going to be an analyst. So he's not going to be in charge of any kids. He's going to be analyzing I interpret this as please stoops tell me what Brent Venables Clemson. Yes. He's not gonna have an answer for and tell me what what's your brother used to do here. I used to see him do that. And the other thing and spill your guts psych stoops's is not gonna be able to help them on that. Anyway, I know I know the reason why Venables went to Clemson and got five star recruits. Suddenly everything worked. Okay. Well, if you want to chime in on that eight four one thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay. Josh is an Oklahoma City high. I was actually charming on the vaccine thing, sure. Again. All this started yesterday this. Yes, this happened yesterday. When I found an article about how iron lungs are still in use for polio victims that were struck with polio in the fifties. But go ahead. Anyway, I used to travel quite a bit. And I'm sitting in a bar one night and talking to a guy was actually would the CDC. We're we got to talking about the vaccine say a said, it really wasn't the vaccine is actually what he thought it was the highest does corn syrup. That's in everyone's diet. Oh, probably early. They used to use mercury still do to find that out to refine the with the corn syrup. Correct. Okay. But the mercury is not in the vaccine it's not been in the vaccine since the fifties corn syrup anymore. No. It's not. But if it is it's in lower levels than if you ate seafood, there's a little bit of mercury and all seafood, and it's not enough to kill you. There's a little bit of mercury in your your silver, fillings. But it's not enough to do anything to you. So but Josh thank you for chiming in on that on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. I get a lot of people slamming your Stanley managers here read this article, and I read the article in its from Blau montville journal of medicine Blau men's Ville, South Africa for Christ's sake. And now that's not reputable, I want something from the AMA or the mayo clinic or something like that. I gotta run because it's time for the news on NewsRadio one thousand. Katie. Okay. Kendra horn introduced a Bill today. That's getting a lot of chatter. Beth myers. It's called the shutdown to end all shutdowns act. I'm Beth Myers in the NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. New center where you get traffic and weather together. Mornings and afternoons revved up. Shelves was forty four th independence northwest one fifty nine th and road king. Total traffic cold tonight a low in the mid twentieth. We'll see some drizzle around tomorrow. It's going to be cloudy with a high about forty nine. This is shutdown. Bill. Bill proposed by a group of nineteen freshman House Democrats, including Oklahoma congresswoman Carol horn to deter future government shutdowns about the decision makers having the responsibility and us taking the responsibility that we should have to take care of the programs and the federal employees and acknowledging impacts on the economy that happened when we are in the middle of a shutdown. He spoke at a news conference in Washington. Now, the Bill would automatically trigger funding in the event of a budget stalemate and it would suspend. And pay for members of congress and the president during a shutdown. Well, at the start of the board of regents meeting today with an ounce at Oklahoma City businessman. Clay Bennett is resigning from the regents board effective immediately because of health concerns. No other information about his health was released Bennett is chairman of the ownership group of the Oklahoma City thunder. He was first appointed to the region's board by governor. Mary Fallon back in two thousand eleven he was reappointed last year and after a two day trial. A federal jury in Tulsa has convicted a man of shooting and wounding Tulsa police officer last July after he was pulled over for driving a van with a license plate that was supposed to go to a different vehicle. Thirty five year old John Chapman refused to get out of the van. Instead, he pulled a gun, and he shot Tulsa police sergeant Mike Parsons who was hit in the leg. Now. Luckily, Parsons had a coin a challenge coin in his pocket, which deflected the bullet Chapman was shot by another officer. He was hospitalized for several days. He did recover. Cover. He faces up to fifty years in prison now when he is sentenced in April and from the k- t-, okay weather center and the fort Warren storm team, partly cloudy tonight, a low about twenty four drizzle around tomorrow. It's going to be cloudy with a high about forty nine. We'll be cloudy on Friday with some drizzle and a high of fifty one on Saturday. A high of fifty nine will be in the mid to upper sixties on Sunday. And we'll have more local news coming up at six o'clock. I'm Beth Myers. Newsradio one thousand Katie. Okay..

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