31 Burst results for "David Robinson"

Baltimore pharmacist pleads guilty to paying for death of witness

The Real Estate Connection

00:21 sec | 6 months ago

Baltimore pharmacist pleads guilty to paying for death of witness

"Roster reporting a former pharmacy owner in Baltimore, pleading guilty to paying a hit man to kill a witness in a drug distribution case. 52 year old David Robinson will served 10 years in prison for the murder for hire plot. Federal prosecutors say Robinson and already been arrested on a charge of illegally

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"david robinson" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:20 min | 7 months ago

"david robinson" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"The inside scoop on the dallas cowboys now coming straight to you from the lone star state. Here's jane and bobby look. I know we've been on a bit of a hiatus this year A little bit light this. Nfl football season unpredictable frustrating. At times i find myself much like the fans Where to even go with this show as it relates to the talent the direction why fans should still be watching They didn't give you much to be thankful for on thanksgiving. So i just told bobby we needed just to stop down for a bit so but we're back just because you know we'll talk about the ravens game. Something to be excited about former eighty eight dez bryant going to be on the other side of the ball and get the shot that we both thought that he deserved and did deserve and looking forward to that one. So there cowboy fans something to look forward to. Yeah he's He's actually looked pretty. Good out there i think. And we'll talk to david robinson his receivers trainer A little bit later and and get kind of his perspective. But i think he's looked good. And i'm excited to see D- exactly what kind of his big moderate now is. Keep that same energy i'm Interested to see what kind of energy he comes in there with. I want to see if it's going to be just kind of like cool. Calm assassin type. Or if he's just going to get like super amped up. Because i come honestly see it going either way. I could see him coming in. They're going this is all business. And just i'm gonna play it cool. And whatever and i could also see him just getting like really jacked up and excited for this game. But i think everybody is going to be excited From both fan bases to watch this and see that. I mean that is the story line for this game Of in fact that you know it's the first time they're playing on tuesday in the history of the franchise which is a little odd and this is all related to all the cova d- problems that the ravens have had. They've had a bit of an outbreak there. And 'cause lamar jackson to miss the last game but He should be back for this one. Ravens kind of reeling a little bit. They've lost three in a row. Four out of five and They're definitely looking pronounced bag. talk about. Rg threes postgame outfit. Did you see. I didn't see it. I just know how. Rg three dressed in the past. I mean this is soup didn't he. Where superman socks to the heisman ceremony years ago wall was this furry fabulous coat.

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Pennsylvania limiting alcohol sales on Thanksgiving eve

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Pennsylvania limiting alcohol sales on Thanksgiving eve

"And Pennsylvania governor Tom Wolfe says no alcohol sales at bars and restaurants on Thanksgiving Eve, CBS is Nancy Chen on long lines of people getting tested in Jacksonville, Florida, David Robinson hoped for reassurance before Thanksgiving. We have some older people that in the family that we're going to be protecting this time of the year in North Dakota help arrived for overwhelmed. Hospitals. Nurses from the U. S Air Force will assist the state through its deadliest month since the start of the

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Man arrested in shooting death of woman in Southeast Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 11 months ago

Man arrested in shooting death of woman in Southeast Washington DC

"Woman is dead after a shooting in southeast D. C. On Saturday. It happened at around noon on 16th Street Southeast DC Police say 40 year old Tia Coakley was found suffering from multiple gunshot wound. She was taken to the hospital where she later died, 39 year old David Robinson has been arrested and charged with second degree murder. Robinson and Coakley knew each other.

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Remains of missing Fort Hood soldier identified, lawyer says

Morning Edition

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Remains of missing Fort Hood soldier identified, lawyer says

"A lawyer for a missing Fort Hood soldier says U. S. Army investigators have positively identified her remains Rachel Ozer Lindley with member station Keira reports. In a statement, the family's lawyer says the army confirmed that the bones, hair and other remains found belonged to Vanessa G. N G N had been missing since April 22nd. Investigators say a male suspect in the case specialist Aaron David Robinson, killed her with a hammer and recruited another woman, Sicily, Aguilar to help him mutilate and hide the body. Robinson shot and killed himself as he was being approached by law enforcement.

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Army Identifies Remains Found As Houston-Born, Fort Hood Soldier Vanessa Guillen, Attorney Says

The Oil Patch

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Army Identifies Remains Found As Houston-Born, Fort Hood Soldier Vanessa Guillen, Attorney Says

"Remains of missing Fort Hood soldier Vanesa G and have been positively identified this, according to her family's attorney. Investigators were able to use dental records to make the identification. Army officials informed her family president make that private Geun disappeared two months ago from Fort Hood Army Base. Fellow soldier Errand. David Robinson is suspected of killing and dismembering Gideon. He himself killed himself when he was approached for questioning about the

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Missing Texas soldier murdered by Army specialist, woman alleges in complaint

WGN Nightside

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Missing Texas soldier murdered by Army specialist, woman alleges in complaint

"Details emerging tonight about a soldier who went missing from Port Bow, Texas Tonight there's a link to the south suburbs. Private first class Vanesa G and was last seen in April. Suspects are identified. A specialist Aaron David Robinson, from Kelly, met city and his girlfriend, 22 year old Cicely regular. According to a criminal complaint, Angular admitted Robinson told her he killed a female soldier strike here in the head with a hammer at Fort Hood and moving her body to a remote site in Texas regular saying she helped Robinson dismember and dispose of Ganz body. She's now been charged with federal conspiracy to tamper with evidence. Robinson took his own life as investigators closed in. An attorney for Ganz family says she had planned to file a harassment complaint against Robinson. Virgin reached out to a former classmate of Robinson's I was shocked. Then I was sick. And then I was mad because it was it was it was. It was a lot of mixed emotions. He was a cool guy. So far. No comment tonight from Robinson's family.

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Basketball Hall of Fame set to announce 2020 class

SportsCenter All Night

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Basketball Hall of Fame set to announce 2020 class

"Miss so it may be awhile before we see the world's best basketball players play again which is why tonight's a good time to remember the greatness of those the next class headed for spring field day unique hall of fame class will be announced today in a unique way the late Kobe Bryant Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett all expected be officially announced as part of the twenty twenty class been trying needs by the Naismith memorial basketball hall of fame the selections are typically revealed at college basketball's final four but there's sports now shut down the announcement will be televised on our E. S. P. N. studios Brian Duncan Kerr net a combined eleven championships forty eight all star seasons between them the first time finalist and locks to get in only six players in league history have been selected to fifteen or more all star games Brian Duncan and gore net or three of them to jump with this take on a stellar class with a focus on Brian it is one of the greatest hall of fame's ever and it will certainly be a one that we remember that night in spring feel which is coming up in September will certainly be more emotional yeah in Kobe's physical absence I I remember but I think it was two thousand ten and a class with Michael Jordan John Stockton David Robinson and Jerry Sloan I think the memory serves me and that was just like wow is sometimes you get these classes that are just glittering yeah and this is one of absolutely I'm gonna miss we're not gonna get to

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NBA Storylines Down the Stretch

ESPN Daily

05:39 min | 1 year ago

NBA Storylines Down the Stretch

"Doris Burke is an NBA analyst for ESPN so doors the All star break is over and NBA. Games are back. We wanted to talk to you. About what surprised you so far this season. And how you see the last couple of months shaping up as we enter the homestretch before the playoffs. Let's start in the East right where there is an unequivocal number. One team in Milwaukee they have the best record in the NBA and they are destroying teams winning by an average margin of victory of more than twelve points per game now of the eleven teams that have had a double digit margin of victory over the course of a season. Eight have gone on to win it. All Doris. Is there something that stands between Milwaukee and the NBA Finals? Yeah this is a great question. So in their eight losses the one thread that is consistent throughout those are teams are averaging sixteen point nine threes and philosophically. Their priority is protect. The paint. First and foremost they are so elite. At that that we have not seen this kind of rim protection in the modern NBA. With the possible exception of Spurs team that had both Tim Duncan and David Robinson but the fact of the matter if a team gets hot and really can create shot opportunities then. I think that they can be beat. The other thing that happens is your and you saw in the All Star game. Jaanus is the first player to go twenty five and eleven back to back all star Games but he was over to note points in the fourth quarter because they did playoff teams. We'll do they set up a wall and they said somebody else is going to beat us so well. No one's really doubting the bucks at this point. I think there is still a lot of skepticism about the number two seed in the east the Toronto Raptors. I mean after losing finals. Mvp Kawhi Leonard. They were not seen as favorites coming into this year yet. They have the same record right now that they had at this point last season doors one hand the raptors have been under five hundred against winning teams but on the other they had a lot of. Are we underestimating them? While I'm definitely giving them punchers chance to get to the Eastern Conference finals and a punchers chance to come out in the past historically particularly when Demar Derozan Kyle lowry. Were on the team together. What we knew was they understood how to win in the regular season but they're always seemed to be this level of doubt in their minds when the calendar turn to April but the fact of the matter is. They changed that a year ago with championship. There is a different feel a different presents a different countenance about the entire group and yes unequivocally the record versus plus five hundred versus minus five hundred is concerning but let's remember that their top six guys including Serge Ibaka. Who's having the Best Year of his career? Kyle lowry Markelle Saul Fred Van Bleed. Norman Powell Pascal them. All six of those guys have missed at least ten games so I don't know that we have the clearest picture the other thing working in their favors they have one of the best coaches in the league. Nick nurse wears that head coaches mantle with ease. Why because he's been calling the shots for the vast majority of his career. In any number of circumstances his creative he's fearless. He's a little bit irreverent. And I'm telling you mean ah I give them a punchers chance to get to an east finals and a punchers chance to get out. Did you see this coming at all? Doors not even close and this is the question really ultimately. Do they have enough offense in what you're seeing is to me. What appears to be this grooming of Pascal? Ceac him of all right. You gotta go get your own in those minutes and a playoff circumstance where you don't care whether it's a mid range to a fall away jump shot a jump shot under duress of excellent defense. What matters is I need to put the ball in the basket right now because this game is teetering on our control or there's and we've got to have one and you're watching Pascal. Can he deliver in the postseason? He's been excellent in the regular season. I can't wait to see a play out. I think it feels right now. Like you've got the bucks in a tier of their own and then you've got the raptors celtics heat kind of swirling around each other. There was a feeling ahead of the trade deadline that the heat could vault to that number. Two spot perhaps even contend with the bucks if they really went all in and added Gala Nari. They didn't they did add Igwe Dolla. Do you think that's enough? You know the the last prism through which I saw. Andre Gonzala was a man who was battling an Achilles in the playoff series and seemed to be showing the signs of some age. But what I know. Unequivocally is this man from a basketball intellect standpoint. According to Kerr is one of the smartest in the history of the League. He has got championship. Dna He's got positional versatility on the defensive end that basketball intellect and the ability to process information quickly and to do it under the spotlight of the playoffs. He has all of that. I'm anxious to see how he changes the dynamic the Miami Heat. You know this. They're going to play hard defensively every single night. They're going to mix in one of the most effective zones we see in today's NBA and Eric's bolster is outstanding coach. So right now sitting in that fourth spot how far Jimmy Butler can take them. That'll be interesting. Those young guys. Right Duncan Robinson Tyler Hero Kendrick Nunn all those guys who have performed so well in the regular season when the calendar switches. Can you win with them? Let's see

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Spurs drop 7th in row, longest skid since Pop’s 1st season

Michael Berry

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Spurs drop 7th in row, longest skid since Pop’s 1st season

"Have hit a bumpy patch in this season would be an understatement the spurs a loose in the on our nation's capital tonight to the Washington wizards one thirty eight to one thirty two that is seven losses in a row that is the most since the nineteen ninety six nineteen ninety seven season that was the season before Tim Duncan came to town that was the season when David Robinson was injured and out for the season and the spurs had a rough season that year the first of all the lost nine of their last ten if you're counting so if you you looking on the standings I have the last ten now that will now say one and nine for the spurs in their

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"david robinson" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"david robinson" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"If you WANNA get reward then I back bobby up you gotta go for it. lunchbox your thoughts listen man. You got shooter her shoot if you wanted to check you've got to go for the check. Go ask her out and if she doesn't say yes then you go complain H._R.. Say She's harassing you. Oh my gosh now. That's a different approach one that I did not think of yeah that way. It doesn't have to be awkward around the office I because she won't be around the office anymore. I guess make sure you do how do we notice she writing about it. Do girl writing about the either way here she if anybody else's listening they may be in a similar situation so I think that Ooh be careful in how you do it because yeah what if they do like take some sort of weird thing and they go to H._r.. The way you do it as hey I know where it work. It's very professional but would you be curious and getting lunch sometime as as an a. non-professional situation us all the right words in the office okay and if they say no that's okay. It's just GonNa be awkward but you get to live with that at least would be like hey you wanna grab lunch and they're like Oh yeah. We need to discuss this case or would I take it as business and then you're trying to be all pleasure Komo all pleasure. You know what I mean. I don't know what you mean. Is it business or is it pleasure behind okay well and that is the mailbag ause along mailbag. Oh yeah yeah yeah go to facebook and write your own answer. Their experience bobby bones dot com. It's time for the good news so woman was is driving through some flooded roads and Oklahoma and her trump got stuck on a street and some good Samaritans. We're like okay. We're going to help you out like we can do this which is just nice people driving by doing their own thing well. Then one of the rescuers got stuck but then the Deer Creek Fire Department they showed up in their military grade vehicle where riders flooded street helped. Everyone was a very dramatic rescue but a big thank you to residents local crews everybody working together everyone safe and sound roommates. They've David Robinson Dunkin okay yeah he was on top. There was a flooded car and he on the hood and earn the roof and he looks in and he goes. Oh my God that's Tim Duncan Tim Duncan Tim Duncan most recently and Shirow it was a firefighter and what he drives a black S._U._V. Yeah S._U._V. and got stuck on a road and my roommate was one of the he's on these special rescue crew like the high water dangerous rescues and so he went in on top of the vehicle looks in it said he pulled his head out and that's Doug and then look back in play cool. That's good. They're shout out to everybody. All all the people out there making a difference appreciate that Amin. Thanks for that story that was telling me something. Good Your Buddy Emma. Mr Trump is about all right so what happened amy someone's house and they offered me qua to drink and I never heard of it okay. I'll take some qual- Delacroix. They brought me Kim Lacroix and I was like Oh you mean Lacroix. Did you say that. Why would you correct someone one because I thought maybe they didn't know how to say it so I was like Oh? This is Lacroix and they're like no. It's La- QUA- that's how they say it like. That's how the French say it or whatever so then I just got.

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"david robinson" Discussed on Good Code

Good Code

12:53 min | 2 years ago

"david robinson" Discussed on Good Code

"It's if you look at the social science, we have there's definitely some racial bias in arrests. There's bias that every step charging decisions to someone gets arrested. Are we going to advocate against them? There's bias there. There's bias in how courts react to people of different races. There's no question that the thing were predicting if we're predicting arrest. The thing we're predicting is bias to some extent, and that means that if we pretend that those numbers are really crime numbers instead of arrest numbers, then we're going to take this bias and sort of wash it clean and end up with these numbers where we're saying that it's neutral receiving that its objective. We're saying that it's fair, but really, it's a reflection in part of bias through mathematical object TV and scientific city number washing the. Numbers are kind of moral anesthetic. There is another fascinating example, that you talk about in your research about the inherent flaw of using history data and that's the one of stop and frisk policy, New York, these policy that directed officers to stop search and arrest people industry, can you just explain what happens and why was problematic? Well, it's, it's still happening in fact, so New York is currently developing a new risk assessment tool. There's a nonprofit in the city called the criminal Justice agency CJ that does the risk assessment and they are developing a tool to assess the likelihood that people will be rearrested, if they're went out before their trial, and what they have announced is they're going to base these predictions on data from two thousand nine to twenty fifteen now for people who follow New York closely bell know that, that period. And includes the height of stop and frisk. Twenty eleven was the year that had the most stops a court held that that was unconstitutional and forced the police to stop. And what that means is that the data had a pattern of people being arrested, who if the police were obeying the constitution would not have been arrested because they wouldn't have been stopped, and so you have extra arrests in your database. So then if you're thinking about what, what about someone we released tomorrow? What's the risk of them being arrested? The problem is that the old data is not supposed to be a guide to their likelihood now because the police activities of the arresting patterns supposedly hopefully have changed, there may be watts of injustice. But in that rare case we actually have a court finding officially that it was unconstitutional and unusually crisp case of this problem and I'm eager to see what they'll do. Talking about blind trust earlier. I just want to get back to that idea seems to thousand twelve and I quote here from your research. You say that there were at least twenty laws in fourteen states that either created or standardized? The use of pretrial risk assessment tools. The tools received broad and who's Yass tick support. Is that part of the problem, also these blind trust, and are you up to mystic about society coming to terms with it? I think we've got a long way to go. And I think you're exactly right, that this is a cultural problem you can think of it in terms of you have imagine a city council meeting, and some vendor says, I have the power of AI for you that will solve your problem. Dr crime down or will make social services more efficient, or whatever it may be people who are in positions of thority those political leaders. They don't feel bold. To ask questions when they don't understand what's being sent to them, and they don't they don't wanna look foolish. So are we still too trusting of a are we slowly realizing that these blunt, trust is an issue, or I think it's, I mean, we're waking up to our habit of pretending that numbers are morally neutral, and this isn't just a I these aren't just brand new technology. Some of these ways of using numbers have been around for many years. But hey, I is a shiny, new term. We're marketing the same stuff, so risk assessment, for example, has been happening in courtroom since the nineteen twenties. But we're now using it more and adopting it widely under the theory that we have some magical new technology, now it is true that the new techniques that those are really helpful for some things, and improving the performance of some systems. But the problem. Problem that we have with numbers in our politics with the way that they blind people to the moral stakes things that goes much deeper than brand new technology. Is it also? Because maybe the people who design, these algorithms are engineers, mathematicians, people that are not asked to think of the ethics behind the technology and on a trained in it. That, that's exactly right. And we're not making ethical deliberation. And we're not making political questions, even occur to people in engineering roles it's not part of their training. It's not the case that we doesn't necessarily would need an engineer to also be an emphasis, we need people to have their intent out. We need people to have their eyes open and be looking for possible problems, so that those problems can become part of a broader conversation. So are you flat out opposed to these tools? I know some argue. News stations, like Human Rights, Watch are they are I have not taken a public position on, whether they should be used or not, certainly, I helped to create this recent statement, this summer from one hundred or more civil rights groups one hundred twenty groups that says that these tools, ideally, should not be used. And then if they are used, here's how to mitigate the harm that they can cause. And so I certainly agree with much of what is there? It's also worth pointing out that part of my work is that I'm advising jurisdictions that are working on bail reform through MacArthur foundation project and part of our role there is to provide neutral, objective, information about some these risks including these risks to civil rights now. Let's talk about the big picture for minute decision. Making algorithms that are used in the public sector, more generally not just in the courtroom and. And what can we do to make sure they are not projecting bias, owning -taining inequality in what can we do to make sure there are ethical fair? I think we need public understanding in a lot of these context. We need people to be able to understand question how these systems work. I think the idea that technology is something that this other group of people do that we, we've engineering to engineers, and they'll figure out how to do everything is really dangerous. Because what ends up happening is they make the moral choices for us, for example, with risk. How much risk is high risk where we put that cutoff, at what point do we but the person in the red box that says you're risky? That's a political question. Not an engineering question. But today engineers are often involved in deciding that and other people who have a lot of concern about it or who's. Are at stake like members of the community might have a strong opinion about how many people should go to jail or not, they're not having a voice in these discussions. And so, I think what we need is a culture of has been harder questions about how these tools are built, and we need a culture of greater inclusion in setting up the tools, turning the dials and also deciding in some of these cases whether to use a new out horrific or not should we have them open source is that some aim to that's one way to make sure that we have the ability to check on systems. There are other ways as well, for example, if a company built something that the government is using we could have outside experts come in, and take a look at that code and check it, even if the code is in public, the part that I think, is really important is that we not allow the code to be a secret either a government secret or a company secret of the company that built the tool. All to you the fact that private companies are building some of these tools for the government is not any shoe per se. Right. It can work as long as we have a way to check on them. That's right. The problem is when these companies say that their code is a trade secret, but they're code is also helping decide who goes to prisoner jail. I don't think those things should be possible at the same time if you want to be a company where the code that you make is a trade secret, then you shouldn't be in the business of making code that is making government decisions that alter people's lives. There is a lot of talk these days about algorithm, accountability and bias, take giants are building their own tools to detect bias to correct. The algorithms IBM has Google has or you look to mystic that we're grappling with the understanding that ethical thinking should be a part of the design as well as part of the development of these tools. So. I like the idea of both thinking about how do we design ethics in from the beginning at the same time, also looking at what we've built in trying to check what its impacts are, but I worry about the current crop of company conversations about ethics and people saying, we have these, these tools that we've created that will assure fairness because there's something a little bit slippery. That's happening with the language that I think is very important and very worrying, which is that when you have technical people trying to design a system, and they're asking very detailed, very specific questions about the rate of false positives, or false negatives. So how often does the system make mistakes for this group versus that group, they'll decide that having the mistakes be equalized or something like that? Some very specific thing. We're going to call that fairness, and then we can just prove that it's fair because we've decided that fair, just means this mathematical proper. Eighty but I think the reality is that fairness and Justice are much richer. I'm glad they're checking. I'm not. I don't want them not to check. But when I'm afraid of, is the will thing that by solving one of these small problems that we've solved the larger problem. So are you up to mystic Kenny, I can digital technology enhanced human rights, because your research, really is at the intersection of technology and human rights? Right. So our people like you gonna win the battle. Well, the battle never ends. I'm a Buddhist. I believe change is always happening. There's no one resolution. I think that we pay more attention to the things that go wrong. And that's a good thing for us to do. That's how we make the world better. I do think it's possible to lose sight of the benefits of technology in the midst of our work. I heard something once someone said, you know, I was promised a jet pack in the future. And all I got was the sum of human knowledge in my pocket. So even thinking about something. Like the human rights to knowledge and information the extent to which Wiki pedia has expanded that around the world in many Wang, which is for people in many communities or for people like myself who have disabilities different ways that technology has opened doors. Sometimes physically literally, open doors for them. It's the same big story when we focus on the story of the problems were missing some other pieces at the same time. I think when we all look at something like black mirror, these other imagine distortion futures. It is true. We could end up in a bad place like that. And so I think it's up to each of us to make the world be the way that we think it ought to be. And perhaps, our, our descendants will tell us how he did if you learn that that'll David Robinson, thank you so much for your time. This was a great conversation. And I'm sick let you can join us your. That was good code collaboration. 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Danny Green, Rockets And Golden State Warriors discussed on The Jump

The Jump

03:09 min | 2 years ago

Danny Green, Rockets And Golden State Warriors discussed on The Jump

"Suckle Spurs 'cause they host the rockets and the first part of our double header on ESPN tonight. And I really got to read you Gregg Popovich told MBA dot com about these three point explosion in the NBA over the past decade and mind, you they're playing the rockets tonight. Here's what pop said, quote, I hate it. But I always have I've hated the three for twenty years. Now, you look at a statute after a game in the first thing you look at is the threes if you made threes and the other team didn't win if you don't even look at rebounds or turnovers, you don't even care. That's how much impact the three point shot has. And how it's evidenced by how everyone plays since he's basically saying that all the final points of the game kind of fall by the wayside. If you can just bury the other team in threes degree. I do agree. I mean, I think that's been a huge advantage for the Golden State Warriors. Oh, that is three seasons is the fact that they've been able to shoot three ball better than any team in the league. And we've seen teams like Houston news emerged a little bit. And now, we go the Milwaukee Bucks who's taking the most attempt. So the three ball is the way that the game is going, and if anyone can speak on this coach pop can because I'm sure he's probably losing a little bit of his coaching field with guys shooting of all it's more of a mobile free flow game. Now, you know when I played in the Lee three point shot was important. But it wasn't that important in today's game. I you've got to get up almost five threes a quarter. I mean, or are you gonna find yourself behind your member of very hot night in San Antonio? When Danny green was raining in really high and raining in more three. Threes air conditioner was. This. I won a championship enlarge perfect 'cause they hit threes. I I would just say to pop maybe go the beer Beck. He's been he's been cranky. And he's been by the way, he's been cranking long before he saved through today back. Great thing we all do. But he also said that he doesn't think the game has lost its beauty and that same interview. I disagree. I think the game was beautiful. In fact, his mentor Hanky gin who was his coach at air force. I had a conversation with him a little while ago. And he said, you know, he he's the coaches a sixties. He goes game has never been more beautiful. So pop get a bottle of wine. Go see coach Egan. About the beauty of the game. It will be great for everybody. Well, I I agree with you on that point for sure I do I do understand though that there is room for the nuance of, hey, the bludgeoned the hammer of the three pointer one thing pop has been so great at over. The decades is finding all those little untucked corners of the game to get an advantage. And it's been fun to watch him do that. And those just aren't is available anymore when someone can come sweep you along with the three point shot. He's definitely lost. The Is it's. some of that when you have two hall of famers, David Robinson and follow with Tim Duncan? Those God made that three point line, very fruitful. That's what he is missing. So when when you don't have that that that magnet there the force that defense to droll in yet at three point shot does become a little bit more difficult. So he definitely don't have those big that same way short.

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"david robinson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"david robinson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Kevin friends Over with him a couple, of things There you go This. Will quiet late Leonard thing is Bazaar to begin with and I I had, somebody, told me that was a big, big big influence and all of this and I, have no reason not to believe. Him but this is an interesting thing, when you think of. Your quiet Leonard You'd want wanna talk to David Robinson Or, if David Robinson reached out to you You would take his phone call yeah Parenthoods not situation David Robinson told Rachel Nichols that he, tried to talk to Leonard multiple. Times but can never get in. Contact Ever getting contact with. Them more from Robinson is he spoke to quiet about this I talked to his uncle does that. Count is a hard. Guy he's just. Quiet of reached out to him several times and just never heard anything back from him thanked. The whole time he's, been here I've. Talked to him a handful of times I can count on maybe one handyman, a words he said to me It just seems like that you. Don't have to stay The damn Admiral is reaching out to. You you don't even have to be a big talker just listen. A little bit listen to what he has to say Nothing nothing and it's so. Interesting how the perception of quiet Leonard As taken, a. Hit. Over the last year now I'm not saying any words It's incredible You, start thinking and then it's like even pop was like this. Populating water the younger guys now is at Dunkin and the, ad Robinson and you couldn't ask for better leaders in those. Two guys those guys were just the pity me of class and leading by example and, no history onyx and no, self promotion and just go out there and play the game just by the. Damn game and everybody else fell mine that Kawai was that. Guy too I thought he was going to be, that guy but the injury obviously throw a monkey wrench in the the whole, operation there but that that's a prize me a. Little bit when I read that the It's one of the greatest players. Of all time David Robinson Hey just wonder we're trying to. Reach out and type nap no tired of my uncle Percy probably didn't say that he wrote. It because I don't know quite as he doesn't didn't speak I'm, pretty sure he can't speak and I know he can speak but he just chooses not to. Which I, thought San Antonio was the perfect spot for him. But again That whole the the quiet injury and they just don't. Get, asked here that at some point now maybe his. Uncle, wants to. Get him out of there to maximize maximize. Dollars even though they can pay. More maybe wants to get him to LA because more advertising dollars in LA maybe he wants. To be in LA 'cause there's more advertising dollars in LA I, guess Jordan brand jump man offered him for years I I guess it was twenty two amount. A year And he said now, so he's going to be a sneaker free agent this year so I don't know just a weird thing it'd be really interesting to see where, he ends up because trust me if he ends up in LA then then it's really on between the. Lakers and the worst than it is. Really on the young guys gonna have. One more year to get better and then you have. Two, of the top five players league I one team Play the same position. But I guess in today's NBA you can play just about. Any damn position You wanna play you don't have to play? Power, forward or center what do you think the raptor, teammates, are going to, be like with him look they're gonna probably will embrace the players embrace players. Fuego their, work hard. But they know that. He quit on, them on the. Spurs they come. On I mean. It's well I? Think. He did maybe maybe, they maybe they don't maybe he? Didn't it's his leg was that bad okay so at some point don't you come in defensive yourself I'm just I'm just asking based on like I feel like people are just, crushing you, over being so selfish over this injury that, everyone was talking about that. Tony, Parker heads same thing. And he's the Parker came out and said mine was thousand times worse yes At some point you?.

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Odell Beckham will report to Giants camp on time

First and Last

03:41 min | 3 years ago

Odell Beckham will report to Giants camp on time

"Talk about other wide receiver. Odell Beckham junior was back in March. Kinda felt like man is a really good chance that Odell Beckham junior is going to hold out as he seeks a new contract. He's gonna play this season under his rookie deal. It's gonna pay him about eight and a half million bucks, but he showed up for many Cam. He participated in most of the giants off season program and word is he is going to be there tomorrow when the New York Giants begin training camp. Here's a Jordan Renna on ESPN NFL giants reporter on sportscenter last night, talking about what Dell showing up the giants training camp means he's doing all the things giants. Ask them shown up minicamp showing up to OTA's. Now he's going to show up the training camp. Look. He had an option here Khalil Mack. Aaron, Donald day matrix differently. They may not show up for their teams. Adele, this guy wants to play football, right? He's a football player dying to get back out there. So he wants to get out there during training camp and he's putting the ball in the giants court and saying, hey, look, I'm doing everything possible to get this deal done. I want to be here, right? I'm doing whatever you guys asked me. I want to be in New York Giants. Let's get this done and there's really hasn't been any serious negotiations so far to this point Odal Beckham junior getting a report to a giant strain cabbies obvious coming off a year where he had the broken ankle only played in four games that remains to be seen, how much is it going to practice? Will he be on the field on Thursday when workouts begin? Is gonna play in the preseason and do the giants get a deal done with him during training camp historically. And obviously there's a regime change in New York, but historically, when the giants do these things like they did with ally manning these things take place behind closed doors, they don't typically, you know, show their cards. Regards to contract extensions, what they might do a certain players. So does this get done? It's a very good show of good faith by Odell Beckham, junior. If you're giants fan, it's like, dude, get it done for for as as much as del Beckham, junior Camby, quote, unquote distraction, and it's been immature before the whole, you know, going boat before the playoff game a couple of years ago with a bunch of his teammates and getting into fights with with Josh Norman, dude, Odell Beckham junior's one of the best three wide receivers in the game. You're not going to get anybody as good as him. You're certainly not gonna get any better than him. I'm not a big fan of saying, look, pay him and move on, but of got to do that, right. I mean, if you're the giants and you kinda going to go through this transition phase at some point where you move on from ally manning, maybe not this year, but at some point in the future and you've you've gotten saquon Barkley and you're looking to make a rebound from last year when he went three and thirteen Beckham junior's marvelously talented, he is still just. What twenty twenty six years old. His first three seasons in the NFL were historically great. Get it done, get it done, and the fact that he has shown up or gonna show up and be there for the beginning of training camp. That's a show of good faith. You have to reward that get the deal done and move on. And last podcast. Carmelo Anthony is the new rocket man. He's going to be a member of the Houston Rockets how many of us remember his time with the Atlanta Hawks is fondly as I do, but I'm in for Michael junior. This is first and last on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. We will get into Carmelo Anthony and why. I think mellow in Houston can work coming up in just two minutes. But first, David Robinson was on the jump yesterday, sharing his thoughts on the Kawai Leonard situation with his former team is one of the oddest situations. I think I've seen since I've been in pro basketball. He's he's a hard guy to understand..

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"david robinson" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"david robinson" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Carmelo Anthony is, the new rocket man is going to be a member of the Houston Rockets how many of us remember his time with the, Atlanta Hawks is fondly as I do my name's mulligan in for. Michael junior this is first and last on? ESPN radio and the ESPN app we will get into Carmelo Anthony and. Why I, think mellow in Houston can work coming, up in just two minutes but first David Robinson was on the, jump yesterday sharing his thoughts on the Kawhi Leonard situation with his former team the oddest situations I think I've seen since I've been in pro basketball He's he's a hard guy to understand he's. A hard guy to read and you know. San Antonio which we we obviously have a reputation for taking care of. Our players, almost too much I mean people criticize, us for sitting guys down now of a sudden you know we, got a guy who says he felt pressure to play which is tough What can you do. A week, we typically don't risk our players health but I mean if, a guy's, not happy he's gotta go go somewhere where he can where, you can play That's, David Robinson the great David Robinson? The hall of Famer talking about Kawhi. Leonard on the, jump yesterday afternoon there was, something else that he said that I thought was interesting he said That he tried to reach out. To them And that he quote never heard anything back from him Now Leonard is famously quiet it's what's made this this whole situation with, the Spurs. Frustrating from San Antonio perspective and also really really, interesting now he's he's met with with Toronto. Raptors brass and but he hasn't had a press conference I guess there's there's. No sign indicating that he's actually going to have one he is, famously quiet. And if you want to be that way that's, fine if. You don't want to talk with the media that's cool if, you don't want wanna be exceptionally active on social media no problem. If you. Don't want to be a huge self promoter that's okay, if you. Don't want to chase a lot of endorsements that's, fine if you don't want to be an. NBA personality preferring. To just be an NBA basketball player that's totally cool But how do you not call. David Robinson Dak David Robinson it's, one of the most highly respected former? NBA? Players Ever ever David Robinson. Said quote I think the whole time he's been here San Antonio I've talked to him maybe a handful of times and I can't, count on, one hand how many words he's really, said to me David Robinson reaches out to you. That's that's not just some random former spirits not even some random former NBA great this is one of the most highly respected legitimately great people. Who's ever played, in, the league reaching out to you wanting to maybe council. You may.

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David Robinson calls Kawhi Leonard's exit from San Antonio Spurs 'one of the oddest situations I think I've seen'

First and Last with Lundberg and Golic, Jr.

03:00 min | 3 years ago

David Robinson calls Kawhi Leonard's exit from San Antonio Spurs 'one of the oddest situations I think I've seen'

"Carmelo Anthony is, the new rocket man is going to be a member of the Houston Rockets how many of us remember his time with the, Atlanta Hawks is fondly as I do my name's mulligan in for. Michael junior this is first and last on? ESPN radio and the ESPN app we will get into Carmelo Anthony and. Why I, think mellow in Houston can work coming, up in just two minutes but first David Robinson was on the, jump yesterday sharing his thoughts on the Kawhi Leonard situation with his former team the oddest situations I think I've seen since I've been in pro basketball He's he's a hard guy to understand he's. A hard guy to read and you know. San Antonio which we we obviously have a reputation for taking care of. Our players, almost too much I mean people criticize, us for sitting guys down now of a sudden you know we, got a guy who says he felt pressure to play which is tough What can you do. A week, we typically don't risk our players health but I mean if, a guy's, not happy he's gotta go go somewhere where he can where, you can play That's, David Robinson the great David Robinson? The hall of Famer talking about Kawhi. Leonard on the, jump yesterday afternoon there was, something else that he said that I thought was interesting he said That he tried to reach out. To them And that he quote never heard anything back from him Now Leonard is famously quiet it's what's made this this whole situation with, the Spurs. Frustrating from San Antonio perspective and also really really, interesting now he's he's met with with Toronto. Raptors brass and but he hasn't had a press conference I guess there's there's. No sign indicating that he's actually going to have one he is, famously quiet. And if you want to be that way that's, fine if. You don't want to talk with the media that's cool if, you don't want wanna be exceptionally active on social media no problem. If you. Don't want to be a huge self promoter that's okay, if you. Don't want to chase a lot of endorsements that's, fine if you don't want to be an. NBA personality preferring. To just be an NBA basketball player that's totally cool But how do you not call. David Robinson Dak David Robinson it's, one of the most highly respected former? NBA? Players Ever ever David Robinson. Said quote I think the whole time he's been here San Antonio I've talked to him maybe a handful of times and I can't, count on, one hand how many words he's really, said to me David Robinson reaches out to you. That's that's not just some random former spirits not even some random former NBA great this is one of the most highly respected legitimately great people. Who's ever played, in, the league reaching out to you wanting to maybe council. You may.

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"david robinson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"david robinson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"No sign indicating that he's actually going to have one he is, famously quiet. And if you want to be that way, that's fine. If you don't wanna talk with the media that's cool, if you don't wanna be exceptionally active on social media no problem. If you. Don't want to be a huge self promoter that's okay, if you. Don't want to chase a lot of endorsements that's, fine if you don't want to be an. NBA personality preferring. To just be an NBA basketball player that's totally cool But how. Do you not call David Robinson back like David, Robinson it's one of the most highly respected. Former NBA players Ever ever David Robinson said quote I think the whole time he's been here San Antonio I've talked, to him maybe a handful of times and I can't count on, one hand how many words he's really, said to me David Robinson reaches out to you. That's that's not just some random former spirits not even some random former NBA great this is one of the most highly respected legitimately great people. Who's ever played, in, the league reaching out to you wanting to maybe council. You may be wanting to help maybe wanting to bridge the gap between you and Gregg Popovich or you and the and the franchise And you. Don't call David Robinson back you don't. You don't even try to have. A relationship with him that's just wrong and, the rest of the, silence doesn't. Bother. Me it's whatever but I don't know there's, there's just something that rubs me the wrong way about not calling David Robinson back that would. Frustrate me if I'm a San Antonio Spurs fan obviously there's nothing you can do about it, now he's on his way to Toronto I just that is that is baffling to me first, and. Last on ESPN radio and the ESPN app ESPN radio's. First and last is brought to you by shell? Get triple action protection for optimal engine performance with shell.

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David Robinson calls Kawhi Leonard's exit from San Antonio Spurs 'one of the oddest situations I think I've seen'

24 Hour News

03:38 min | 3 years ago

David Robinson calls Kawhi Leonard's exit from San Antonio Spurs 'one of the oddest situations I think I've seen'

"App Carmelo Anthony wasn't the only? Trade that made news, last week about the Leonard. Swap for demar derozan in Toronto why wanted out of San Antonio we all know why but Spurs hall of Famer David Robinson Adds a little something. Deeper than just to the fact? That there was some, miscommunication about how to handle. Kawhi Leonard Medical injury is Nate David Robinson takes it a step further joined Rachel Nichols and company on. The jump on Monday now that it's. All said and. Done he's in Toronto what is your overall reaction to the? Situation and, to, quiet, how. Handled uh, specifically yeah I mean it's it's one. Of the oddest situations I think I've seen since I've been in pro basketball I he's. He's a hard guy to understand he's a hard guy to read and you know San Antonio. Which we we obviously have a reputation. For taking care. Of our players almost too much I mean people criticize us? For sitting, guys, down, now. Of a, sudden you know we've got a guy. Who says he felt pressure to play which is tough What can we you know we we typically don't risk our, players health but I. Mean if a. Guy's not happy he's got go go somewhere where he can he can play and I, think pop, and our c- our team did a pretty. Good job of of you know kind of meeting. Our needs for the future I think we'll we'll move on from the year I think we're pretty happy with. The with the deal and and we'll we'll continue to grow and get better was there a? Point you ever spoke to quiet about all. This or reached out to him I? Know you're still, around the, team, somewhat has anybody spoke to quiet about, this I talked to his ankle You know he. Really he's, a hard guy. I mean. He's just, quiet he doesn't you know I've reached out to him several times and just never. Hear anything back from them I. Think the whole time he's been talk to a maybe a handful of times and and I, can I can count on one hand how many words he's really set. To me so he's just a quiet guy and and I think that that's. Made it difficult I think for all parties to really understanding in this. Process Spurs hall of Famer David Robinson wanna many. Championships in, is pretty much calling it like it was, he's, a hard guy because Kawhi Leonard doesn't like to, talk with you sportscenter allnight on ESPN radio and the ESPN app you know who else. Doesn't like, to talk, football coaches however they. Were college, football coaches do. Like to. Talk and, there are college coaches that like to talk when your team don't make the playoffs 'cause you want them to go longer or you had to thirteen or not That was Scott. Frost that you UCF last year he's now back at his alma mater Nebraska His first year is upcoming mon- Monday was the beginning of media day for. The big ten a BCS happened in the best two teams, in the country got to play I think that was an improvement getting into fourteen an improvement but it's hard to look at. Last year's college football season and. Not feel like an eighteen playoff is where we should go and that'll always be my opinion I think it should be the five conference champions and three at large teams that would, give us a prize conference championship champion that plays well at the end of season a shot it might give a team. Like we had a UCF last year shot I think you could start that playoff earlier in December Not have to make the semi-final likable experience Scott frost the head coach of Nebraska at big ten.

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"david robinson" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"david robinson" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"I am. I number twelve was David Robinson. One twelve is yes. My, no, we're going to get to. You haven't yet. Got Durant here and he's another one whose. Yeah, he's in your top ten. I'm guessing. Maybe say hard to say. Yeah, I right behind west. Wesson Durant to and apply. But yeah, like two rings to files MVP's MVP four scoring titles and like he's not yet thirty right? If he just runs off four rings four finals NBP's in a row, and then I could see him going to a New Yorker, Brooklyn. Waiting for Seattle. I think he is too, but I don't think that's going to be like the last stop by doing one last year and Sierra. I don't know, like five years like unless they're ready to compete off the bed, which I don't think they will be. I could see him going to like the eagles the Knicks for four years. Then we thirty four, thirty five, Seattle's years. Didn't go back there right? But yeah, he's twelve now and this is the lowest he'll ever be on the list that I can't see him going back. Yeah, he's how do you think he can get without without stepping on your list? Like when it's all said. Six. That's why I'm I. I think he could crack the top five, but it would take. Take a hell of a lot like he, he'd have to stay durable for sure. And I think he he'd have to be more selfish man. I. Points and threes made. He just wants to play like good basketball. Exactly. I was gonna say he needs to stop. He needs to get a little bit more. Kobe. If he if he was one of those guys like you have been studying, Kobe it, the Arete he'd have all the scoring titles, right? He'd have thirty thousand points right now at twenty nine best of all time. He's up there. Like if he's not. He lebron. Kareem and Steph, I, I don't know. I'm between LeBron on this just with the ways they can get you the book. That's what I mean. Like Kareem, of course, as stoppable moves. But if you need a three not come to raise, you're gonna put that a hook shot, pass them from. I mean, it might, but it also might step out of bounce because there's not space there. And yeah, I, I do think LeBron needs to be in that argument, you're, you're not wrong there. A lot of people overlook him. But if you need to points LeBron's going, get those two points more often than not. Maybe one of the wind to at least give filed correct. Steph Steph is up there, but it's like Durant kind of the exact same shooter, but he's just can get a shot off for more different angles. So I can't even consider stuff. You know what I mean? You just seven with three right. That's like I'm looking right, like all time points per game. LeBron's fourth, twenty seven point one five Durant's five twenty seven point one two and I saw I think it was. I think it was Chris tower. Just the point like their true shooting percentage is very close. Like it's not that you'd think Durant has because of the threes, but it's not because Durant urge LeBron so much better to write LeBron career true shooting fifty, nine percent. And I think Durant was like sixty one. So like they're like sixty one so that when really might come down to. When they're both retired, we'll see who's officially the best score and other have to settle for second awful news. Well, by then Tatum will be firmly in that conversation as well. We'll see which side of Kobe. He picks up. That would actually, if that would actually be a really fire add, if he had like good Koby and bag Coby on his shoulder. Thank so. I think the only thing is Kobe would never be willing to do anything bad, Kobe. What about good coach better? Kobe. Yeah, they can pitch it. Like number eight, Kobe and twenty four. Kobe some shit like that. The Wilno yet they actually then we'll know number six, all time points per game. Jerry West. You're saying. So behind these other guys, correct. And that yet to a who's who is your twelve Robinson. Got you. So you're eleven is. Levin is William. Felton Nowy isn't Russell. They surely is..

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"david robinson" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"david robinson" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Being he wasn't welcome back into the locker room so capacity he wasn't doing any of that i was actually quite shocked tate tell you the truth that david robinson allowed himself to be used again has draft night yeah bruce bowen doesn't shock me as much his comments nonetheless this heaping on of of of players in legends of spurs past also coming out of the woodworks to take their shots at hawaiian backup popovich like this that's not helpful exactly let's just say for the sake of argument that robinson and bruce bowen especially his bruce boeing went really hard yeah let's just say for the sake of argument they're totally right doesn't help doesn't how it does not help the actual problem even if they're right right and i'm sitting here any and i'm like so what do you want the senate tonio spurs fan base to do right now because you have the legends and current players trashing this guy while gregg popovich and organizations oppose the trying to mend fences if he is back on the court what do you want people to do yeah they wanted to get go do you want him to get booed i he's supposed to get a standing ovation and if he gives us any ovation is then i rebuke to the things that was said about him by the people who are also in a court i mean comments is interesting i remember when kobe went on the radio tour demanding a tour emmy demanding a trait the lakers responded basically by doing nothing right they brought in derek fisher but they needed a point guard replace smush parker other than that they really they made a minor trade for trevor reza we didn't do anything it seemed minor at the time right opening day kobe got booed kobe got booed his first game back with the lakers when he got introduced eventually got eventually got cheered because he started playing really well everyone remember why they love kobe boo him what are we doing that wasn't me that was that dude over there but when it wasn't me but kobe got booed now i remember actually i was at the the christmas game the first time shack was back in he was back with miami shack got like a thundering ovation and kobe there was some smattering of boos because at the time fairly or not yeah kobe was seen as the guy who broke up that championship corps yeah and ran phil jackson outta town again fair or not i think the truth is somewhere in between kobe took the brunt of.

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"david robinson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"david robinson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Sea scrolls on on on tv like according to this every reporter i follow was like why leonard as requested a trade from san antonio i don't know where it came from i but obviously kawais people want to get that message out and that is the end of a long sort of simmering situation with the spurs the length of that and how long it's gone on for takes away a little bit from just how crazy it is that somebody wants out of san antonio i know lamarcus aldridge had apparently gonna pop and requested a trade before but san antonio in their long history of of winning remember the spurs make the playoffs every year was the last time the spurs and make the playoffs it's twenty something years straight it's crazy and in that time there whole brand has been by the numbers dull right but playing winning basketball their whole bram from david robinson to tim duncan with mono in tony parker thrown in the mix i wanna give those guys they're just do by naming him and kawhi leonard felt like the natural successor because everything about is nondescript i don't know if i've ever heard him talk i can't remember ever hearing leonard talk i'm i'm sure he's he's spoken after games but i can't remember it so that in itself was fairly shocking but it played out for for such a prolonged period of time that we're sort of all an acceptance there and i imagine the reason for this is twofold clearly there was something going on with that injury clearly you know i don't know in a mocking speculate totally on the extent or who was in the right obviously san antonio as a team and there are people felt that coli could return to the court obviously kawai felt like something wasn't right and somewhere along the lines some trust gotta wrote it that's one aspect of it the other aspect of it is reading the tea leaves reading what popovich has said following this quiet leonard's people clearly want him in a.

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Celtics vs. Sixers: Boston stole one in Philly

First Take

02:08 min | 3 years ago

Celtics vs. Sixers: Boston stole one in Philly

"Well you say thinking about championship i'm thinking about the road to a title and i think that the biggest impediment to the warriors success this year is the houston rockets i don't think anybody else has a chance of beating the golden state warriors it's houston and so if everybody's been chirping about houston and everybody's been talking about houston i am going to sit up the say we're ready i'm not again i have no problem with what draymond said i'm just talking about a preference i'm saying for me i would have wanted to hear him sitting job and talking all this time about houston let's get it on what the k one so do i do i sorta john y'all were y'all y'all wanted us we want y'all to let's go that's what i'm saying next you're holding up line ma'am what did you say you're next in line for the waterslide ma'am feet forward and enjoy the ride okay deary this does look fun i know the wicked witch of the west on a waterslide surprising what's not surprising how much you could save by switching to geico yeah geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percents or more right now on the collins billy looking to avoid elimination again tonight in boston the sixers have a five hundred road record in the postseason but the celtics are six at home this postseason accused him for that might be terry rozier who has nearly twenty points per game in those six home games but less than thirteen points per game in five road games now sixers big men joel embiid is looking to tied to can be matombo 's sixers record of seven straight playoff games for the double double matombo was the last six or to do that back in two thousand and one and rookie jason tatum is looking for his seventh straight playoff game with the least twenty points he would pass david robinson and the rookie record books and be only three games away from tying lew alcindor nineteen seventy record of ten let's get you back to i take.

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"david robinson" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"david robinson" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Here's a stat for you five rookies have led their team in scoring and their teams won at least forty five games in nba history bitch every name okay larry bird yes david robinson yes maybe we'll chamberlain yes would put michael jordan in there michael jordan no i don't think they were very good though when they got there when he got they weren't they weren't they weren't landau the the yeah wonderland orlando kareem abduljabbar when he was with on this right right and and and oh man you know no no donovan had donovan mitchell or yes yeah all right right yes and you're right orlando woolridge and reggie theus that was not scaring anyone back when michael jordan was a ricky reggie theus was remember reggie was didn't jordan reggie theus have like a thing like they mike always tried to go after reggie theus i don't know i do not know but reggie theus was a bad boy back in his day especially as you know days he was oh yeah a lot of yeah he was a lot of fun what's what's the first round matchup that you want to see if if this team stay as they are is that what you're saying because there's like a hundred plus scenarios where things can change well obviously golden state and okay see right wouldn't that be a fun match up does he kevin durant go against his former team and you know maybe a light turns on for the fender and they figure out a way to you know play as a unit and i think that would be a fun match up i really wanna see i people going to say on the homer cleveland in indiana indiana has had cleveland's number this year victor ola depot really has put the pacers on their back i think they are playing if as good as anyone in the eastern conference and look i i don't think the pacers can beat cleveland but i sure think it'd be an interesting match especially what happened the last couple of years i mean paul george had a couple of those shots they were close games in the first two games last year versus the cavs.

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"david robinson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"david robinson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"But you plan in the west now dallas mavericks or the supersonics a team did you mention the spurs ask you earn david robinson they were pretty good rock stop it stop playing they weren't well the beasts were in the east and that is nice man but i i had graduated from the aba so that little stretch and there were maj come on skipping you go tell the story and you got you here side this foolishness up here no good wear the west was week okay power house we're in the east so agree you just unmade your case you say why did it take michael jordan salon because all the beasts were in the east where all to beast boy and the whole detroit would like the late eighties and early eighties it was boston in the seventy six detroit's pretty good no no no no no no it wasn't until the late eighties the late eighties early eighties it was the sixers dr j moses malone all those moti bobby jones and all and then you had the big the big three celtics but then they got dentist head nate archibald i they win the championship and eighty one we're here now he's the first guy to lead the league learners there do y'all what you're talking about you talking about the where magic went nine and twelve twelve you played in the west just aside i could've made factor mentally ill aibak the please.

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"david robinson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"david robinson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"There's going to be a really good chance to take down this curry clay you know durant draymond version of the warriors because you're not going to see curry in the first round you don't know how he's going to be after the first round getting his basketball legs back a wonder how much of this from pop and the spurs nobly last week right toward kawai also stems from the gold standard that has golden state being the wounded warriors right now and not just a warrior i'm not disagreeing with you i'm going to take a different approach to it i wonder how much of this is because of the gold standard that the san antonio spurs have put out there year after year there's always been that succession line david robinson the tim duncan they thought this secession was going to be tim duncan to learn now you got a guy co ltd that apparently because he doesn't say anything the next thing here coalisland it speak your thank you yourself barry white must be next on the playlist when has a chance to talk he has that quiet stone kind of voice baritone at a very very very baritone this is a guy who was seems to be very strong minded and to me in is doing everything he can there so san antonio that he doesn't want to be a part of this or if he wants to be a part of this continue to be a part of this this is on his on going to be on his own terms when you go back and say i need another really hab i need to talk to different people i need to talk to this person i need talk to that person again you have already sent the message both greg poverty said when he and his group phillies ready then he'll be ready you've already sent a massive quiet to the san antonio spurs that you don't want to be bothered with them this year because you wanted to be bothered with them this year you had you behind back in a practice court getting a shape to get ready with this basketball team the minute that he had that three on three practice that.

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"david robinson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"david robinson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Coaches don't do coaches coach can coach you don't get the best out of his talent that's the way i look at you're absolutely right about that and like gregg popovich and and and and san antonio hey what twenty years a winning having winning seasons from david robinson to tim duncan to you know now you know you get the you put your team together and you know what you you want like a like a wisconsin you don't get always the top recruits but is they come to your school they fit till system and a example and the nose paul i wanna say is that hey as a tennessee fan and i've i've i like avery johnson why like avery johnson because he's played with san antonio spurs best just like ever tennessee but you know not against me and i was not but just like when jesus was in alabama it alabama for every game book the tennessee why because jesus came off with tom landry staff and came down the bama you know you like coach certain coaches you fall in love with you know you have seen them coaching you just love the coach whether they coaching your team against it just certain coaches that you just you know just like coaches in playoff that you just like you know they always just like a win joined i came in the nba i want i mean i like to join but hey i was i like larry bird i like larry bird over magic john.

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"david robinson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"david robinson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Yeah it's a center point for this city and this week has been i think it's going to be great this weekend's going to be fantastic we were just talking about the kansas game against duke your son is obviously get heartbreaking law man and it was it was such a great game it was a great basketball six nine baby maybe we only wish play the wrong sport what did he say about grayson allen he loves them i mean they are they they are the best of friends and actually grayson came on vacation with us one summer and he is a great you know it's funny i watch you know the things he did were silly i mean they weren't horrible they were silly but yeah you know just kind of shows you the power of duke for a guy like that it'd be so divisive among fans is like many kids one of the nicest kids i've ever been around he's just shy and he doesn't really didn't really know how to express themselves but the good thing is made him grow up made him figure some things out but here's the thing about allen you know and not there's not three hundred seventy nine david robinson's in the nba there's some guys who looking to put a little shoulder and kale mouth or something even if he's a good kid i certainly take your your your word for it you know well he's got a target on his back whether it's the first round pick second whatever somebody's going to try to make a point but you you go to the pro level you better realize everyone's got a target on their back i mean i learned that i met michael jordan i went up there you know we were we were goofing around behind the scenes playing an exhibition game when i was in college planning olympic team and he comes up and right away gets in my face and he starts challenging me i'm thinking way holding up i don't know you but you know i don't care who you are you coming in you're gonna have to figure things out you have to stab herself you know playing against utah jazz we didn't like them they didn't like us we were in but they came after us and you'll carl was call was pretty but his elbow in my neck and i was like cowboy.

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"david robinson" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"david robinson" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"I've been holding back a couple of no david robinson dominant domino rebounded the dominant stop locker the more than bagley rumble coverage is one of the main reasons why don't if you would have okay i think that i would do what was on the ill because they said hey what's vote taking stuff yet he's a lotta guys don't get the rotation so it's not an indictment what he gets it now he makes he makes his mark on defense and all right now i would take them over the moral values really talented but he's gonna have to pick it up on the end of the court brennan last one before i let you go as opening day of major league baseball i know you're a born in new york but you went to high school in north carolina who is your baseball legions goes to what what what is your baseball leases who is your team i don't know i don't watch baseball i guess i'll say to simply because you always be wearing the yankee stop i don't know anything about baseball thank you to that but that's pretty much.

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"david robinson" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"david robinson" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Maybe made quite heck who communicated that wealth feel and you know coney in pay that is the word but you know that the no on the very instead why maybe you know about a wrong hopefully of making a lot of money and i don't know all the instruments i nanny understandable how there could be misunderstand david robinson while the all time great college players go back to his his career at the naval academy and of course on the all time great spurs winning nba chamber hall of famer joining us here on the dan patrick show doug gottlieb jim jackson in for dan and the deaths we headed to to san antonio tomorrow to join dan and the danettes five fifty east market st playing in the former home arena of dave robinson the spurs the alamo dome that's the final four is going to be in david's join his behalf of dove men care plus this march madness to eliminate the impact of carrying fans with with the real strength manifesto speaking stain with the spurs like one of the things i think is interesting is i still think the spurs if the marcus's need tweaked his knee last night is okay he's been playing far better this year than last year when the thoughts of may be trading lamarcus aldridge they have to think hey we can beat houston beat him in the playoffs last year and golden state is in healthy what's the what's the actual real upside of this spurs team even with the aging of monitor nobly tony parker.

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"david robinson" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"david robinson" Discussed on First Things First

"That might be where you went i diverge here i have a much longer history watching how the spurs have handled players then i have watching quite as a pro well this is what i got a long history i know why since he came into the league i know the people that represent all right forget about what i see on tv forget about what it were report these are the people that handle my career saint people handle in his career so my intel is fairly significant no i'm not i'm not disputing that at all the point that i'm making is if the spurs are pushing a player who does not feel comfortable playing to play that is a giant left turn from the way they as an organization all the information that's been led out don't know david robinson set right here and said he got a second opinion when the spurs doctor came back with something that he didn't necessarily like so it's sometime organization releases information so we developed a reputation on the information release but also there's a bunch of information that's not released and it's not in the best interest of the place play again this season i don't know well that wasn't part of the yes or no choices but i don't could the giants be going into new direction the nfl draft let's that's how i johnny manziel he grew yesterday at the university of san diego's pro day with representatives of thirteen nfl teams on hand to watch menzel spent two seasons with the browns last seen nfl uniform in twenty fifteen see what do you make amends l taking part in this yesterday.

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