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"david west" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

GSMC Basketball Podcast

08:19 min | 2 months ago

"david west" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

"One. I got the los angeles lakers. I mean come on. it's lebron. Anthony davis russell westbrook. That's one of the best trios at this. League has to offer. And then when he talks about the depth that they now have bringing in carmelo bringing into white. Trevor rees Leak monk wayne ellington kendrick. Nunn tayla norton tucker coming back can bays more. They got the debt now to go along with that top heavy team and i really do feel like this team is going to be the best in the western conference and one of the favorites to win the entire thing so until someone proves otherwise. I got the lakers at number one. And that's going to wrap it up for this segment so You know make sure you stick around with because when we come back going to talk about the top ten indiana pacers of all time. Right after this is your ultimate stopper. Everything sports the golden state media concepts or podcast. Should i say more from the nfl. Melby the nba. To 'em it's all in here. Golden state media concepts sports podcast. Listen welcome back to the gmc basketball podcast. If you missed the last segment we talked about the power. Rankings of the western conference talked about how these next tallies team stop stack up for next season because want to check that out. Please go ahead and do so. However now. we're gonna talk about the top ten indiana pacers of all time in this franchise but it has been around for a very very long time. So you know this. This team has a lot of players that are on this list. Lot of guys. Who helped lead this franchise to aba championships. So you might not know a lot of guys on this team. But i will explain them to you until you how. They made it as high as they did on this list. So without further do let's get started with number ten someone you might know pretty well. David west david west spent four seasons with the indiana pacers. And was a thorn in my side as that guy was so instrumental to the indiana pacers team of the early twenty tens. I mean just playing alongside roy hibbert. Paul george of course was george hill up lance stevenson. That team was one of the biggest threats to the miami heat dynasty of those early twenty tens and david. Wests was one of the most consistent players for that team. Whether it was his intensity on the boards his relentless his underrated passing and that mid range shot that he was so butter with he averaged fourteen points a game. Seven rebounds two point eight assists point eight steals and point eight blocks in his four seasons on just under forty nine percent shooting from the field. He didn't really extend his range of the point line. But anywhere in that mid range. You could bet your money that david west would be open and making his shots. I mean he was just such an important piece to that team and just how successful they worry it needs to be. It needs to be stated. Because i feel like his time. There was underrated in a lot of ways. Because roy hibbert got a lot of Notice because he. I think defensive player of the year one year and he was. You know one of those good stories of a guy that can came out of paul. George obviously being the superstar land stevenson being kind of crazy and and being a wild x. Factor for that team but david west was always just a very solid performer and was always showing up in big games and he was just one of their most important players needs to be mentioned. So that's why david west comes in at number ten at number nine. We have the flying dutchman error. I guess the the the the dutchman dunking dutchman. I think that's what they call him. Rick smits played his entire twelve season career with the indiana. Pacers averaged fifteen point game six point one rebounds and one point three blocks on about fifty one percent shooting. Now i understand. Rick smits being seven three. You would expect him to average a lot more rebounds however he was one of the more skilled big men in the league back then and his ability to space. The floor was unknown to big men at that time and he wasn't uncoordinated. He wasn't one of those guys that as got taller. His coordination dropped. He actually had all of that. Mike his ability to pass fake look for nice open. Shots his his. You know his. Iq was you know very very high. And any also was very physical. That's why he was able to stand up to guys like shaquille o'neal and patrick ewing in those In those playoff series that they had in the nineties You know. Rick smith was a very very good for indiana. Made it to an all star team made to the all rookie first team as well as he kinda started. Right away after there was an injury to the franchise center at the time forgot his name. But rick smits is a fan freight favourite for the indiana pacers and he comes in number nine for good reason so and number eight. We have one of the first. Aba players from the on this list. And that's freddie lewis. Freddie lewis played eight seasons for the indiana pacers franchise averaged sixteen points four rebounds forces and one point one steals per game on just under forty percent shooting. He won three. Aba championships with the indiana pacers. was in ab playoffs mvp. One of those years and made it to three. Aba all star appearances. Freddie lewis could do it all as you can see from stat line and to be able to shoot the ball and sixteen points a game in eight seasons and did a little bit of everything rebounded. The ball was it was a solid playmaker compla- hard nosed defense. There was really not much lewis. Couldn't do and the number one thing about him. Was that whenever it came to play off. Time 'cause like i would look at those playoff stats compared to like his regular season stats. And he always took it up a level he was a big big part of every single. One of those championships. And that's a big reason. Why freddie lewis is one of the better known players in indiana pacers history. I mean obviously you know people of our generation you know. I'm twenty seven. I wasn't even thought of when this guy was being was was playing basketball. Wasn't even in the minds of my parents. So that's how long it's been since. Freddie lewis played basketball. And that's you know that's why i don't know much about his game but just from what you could see when you look at his stats. You look at the way. He raised his game in the playoffs. You knew this guy was a big time player. He was a clutch player and a guy that stepped up time and time. Again for the indiana pacers franchise when they needed it most. And that's why. Freddie lewis comes in at number eight another member of the nba championship teams. Got roger brown. Roger brown played eight seasons with the indiana pacers as well Averaged eighteen points a game. Six and a half rebounds and four assists per game about forty seven percent shooting. Roger brown at small ford was what was a very very versatile player. Me as you can see in one of the best that lines on this entire roster in on this entire list i got a standing to be able to average eighteen points. A game over eight seasons on solid efficiency while rebounding the ball pretty well and and having been a pretty solid playmaker roger. Brown can pretty much do it..

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismisses another election case brought by Republicans

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00:19 sec | 11 months ago

Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismisses another election case brought by Republicans

"Court striking down a Republican lawsuit to toss out more than two million mail in ballots. Speech justices unanimously dismissing the case led by GOP Congressman Mike Kelly, in a concurring statement, Justice David West writing They have failed to allege that even a single mail in ballot was fraudulently cast or counted. At least

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"david west" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"david west" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I maybe Morris and I'm Nathan Hager were bringing you highlights of Bloomberg's coverage of the announcement that Joe Biden defeated incumbent President Trump. Bloomberg's David West, and spoke with Leon Panetta, former secretary of defense under President Obama for his reaction to the election. There's a huge sigh of relief. I think by the nation that You know, we've come through a difficult period, but most importantly that the American people have spoken. And that's what our democracy is all about. I think you know our institutions of our democracy have been tested these last four years, but I always had confidence in the great pillar. Of our democracy, which is the American people and the right to vote. I just I'm very proud of the American people. And I think I think that regardless of the results as toe who you voted for against, I think America came out of this election much stronger and better for the future. You have said consistently throughout that you believe in the process you believe in the democratic system, and they will prevail and I think it is not too early to reflect on the fact that there was a lot of reporting about things that could go wrong things that could go wrong with the voting with the counting of the votes, frankly, civil unrest There was a lot of concern about it. Now we're not Through it yet, but thus far, I would have to say we have not seen that and one thing that struck me Besides what you said, which is how many people turned out to vote turned out early. Waited in long lines are those men and women who have been studiously carefully counting those ballots. People who are not in it for the glory people whose names will never know a lot of volunteers, which really says something about our process. Yeah, it really does restore trust. In In our democracy. You know, our forefathers placed the ultimate check and balance in the American people. It's we, the people who really control the future of our country and You know what's happened here is we had a record turnout of people. This was Probably the most important election in many of our lifetimes on DH. And what you saw was the process working whether it was Republican States or Democratic states, Democratic governors or Republican governors. The rose Those states and their election process was working. We had a lot of neighbors that we're counting votes in all of these different localities of some of them are continuing to count votes, but it is the purest of what America is all about. And you know, we always worry about the message we send to the world. I think this election sent a very clear message to the world that America is still the strongest country on the face of the earth. Well, said Mr Kerry, But now what comes next? That's the question. I mean, it's clear that we have a 50 50 roughly divided country. I mean, the popular vote was decidedly for Joe Biden. But it's been a very close election closer than a lot of people thought. What needs to be done for us to move forward is a country on what particularly can vice president now President elect Biden do with his administration moving forward T figure a way to come together toward the center rather than have this election..

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"david west" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"david west" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Economy that works for everybody. I am the one who has the broadest coalition for the world of politics meets the world of business. They've got the money that you need to run. A very competitive race is a case. In my view, there should be sanctions. We want certainty in the markets. We want certainty and our trading relationships Administration is trying to create a new divided world balances with David West. Bloomberg radio. Coming up this hour. The House and a trust subcommittee released its report on Big Tech this week, proposing some pretty radical changes. But will they see the light of day? Plus, we take a closer look at the state of Michigan as part of our swing state, Siri's leading up to the election, We check in with Democratic Congressman Dan Kildee and ask how the state will deal with all those mail in ballots plus President Trump's doctor says he can't tell us details of his patients condition because of the hip, A privacy law, Congresswoman Donna Shalala wrote the law. When she ran health and human services. She's here to tell us what the law really provides. But first for 10 years now tech giants Google and Oracle have been fighting it out in court over oracles claim that Google infringed It's copyright. It all has to do with Google's using AP Eyes or Application programming interface is now owned by Oracle. When Google developed its android smartphone after being up and down in the courts, the Supreme Court heard aural arguments in the case. This week. I talked to copyright law expert Tyler Ochoa. Of the University of Santa Clara Law School for his thoughts on what is at stake. There are two issues in this case, and one is whether the lines of code that Google copied Are or are not subject to copyright protection under a principle of copper at law that says copyright does not protect any procedure process system or method of operation. And the other question concerns. Fair Use Copyright law says that the that the fair use of a copyrighted work is not an infringement of copyright. Oh, and it gives us some guidance on how we might decide fair use, but it doesn't tell us whether fair, you should be decided by a judge or a jury. And here, the jury found that Google's top in Wass fair use And the Court of Appeals overturned that essentially saying that this is a question for the court and no reasonable jury could have found that this use was fair. So if Google wins on either of those questions, they will win the case. So let's take those two questions in turn, If we may 1st of all, whether it's copyrightable or not. I thought code in general was copyrightable. Is there some code that can be cooperate? And some that can't so code in general is copyrightable. It's treated like a literary work. Under the copyright Act. But then the Copyright Act has a car about it says in no case may copyright protection extend to any idea procedure process system or method of operation. And what Google did here was. It took the lines of code that specify what the program is supposed to Dio. And then it rewrote all of the lines of code that actually implement that that actually tell the computer what to do so it kept The lines of code that say, OK, here is the name of the function and hear the inputs and here in the output. But then it wrote all of its own code to actually implement that. And so the question is whether the lines of code that specify what the name of the function is and what the computer is supposed to do. In response to that name. Whether those lines of code are copyrightable under this principle that procedures processing systems. Methods of operation are not copyrightable, then turned to the fair use question and generally the fairy sign of us like a journalism if you're using it for a commercial purpose. On you Use any substantial on it, then it can't be fair Use is a practical matter. This is clearly commercial purpose, right? Well, but journalism is a commercial purpose. Journalists don't do what they do for free. They get paid for doing it on. So the court has said that just because it's commercial purpose. Doesn't mean that it's excluded from fair use. The most recent example, Wass Campbell versus a cuff rose in the 19 nineties, which was a parody of the popular song, Pretty Woman. Well, that was a commercial use right? They were selling their own CDs. But nonetheless, the court said that a parody could qualify as a fair use so commercial uses not expressly excluded. What's at stake here in first ball between these two parties. What kind of money we're talking about? We're literally talking about billions of dollars. Right. Google's Android platform is built on Android is built on these lines of code that were copied from the job. A M E application programming interface or a P I. Ah, and it's in just millions of smartphones that have been sold, uh throughout the United States throughout the world, so it's literally billions of dollars are at stake for these two companies. More generally, you have a whole lot of computer programmers who have been accustomed to using Application programming interface is interface specifications for about 25 years since a previous court case, Lotus versus Borland in the mid 19 nineties. Programmers have been assuming that these program interface specifications are not copyrightable. And if the court turns around now and says that they are copyrightable It's really going to be very disruptive to the computer programming industry. So give us a sense. How do you think it will come out? Or maybe I should just ask you if you were sitting on the Supreme Court? How would you rule? It Seems to me that justice wire Justice Sotomayor, Justice KEGAN. We're asking questions that suggested they were sympathetic to Google's views on the copyright ability issue. Whether or not they can find some other justices to go with them. One way for the court to resolve this. Would be to say when we don't have to decide whether it's copyrightable or not. This case did go to a jury, the jury said. It was fair. We could just say Ah, this is a jury question and leave it at that. Thanks to copyright law expert Tyler Ochoa of the University of Santa Clara Law School, You're listening to balance the.

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"david west" Discussed on The Heat

The Heat

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"david west" Discussed on The Heat

"An understanding about yourself, you learn how to deal with other people how to interact with people. You learn how to be in a locker room with different personalities you learn how to be led right. You've gotTA learn how to be coached, and so these are some the things that I know as an athlete help build me as a person when I was a young kid, I was a bit awkward and Sports helped evolve me as a person. It helped me see. Different parts of myself that I wouldn't otherwise be able to see without the dynamics of the game. So People Love Sport and sport is a part I think of human evolution and it's a great way to communicate. To people through people, and what we know is that you know sports our universe, and if we can again, learn from one another VR interactions with sports will be better off people for. Going back to the Lebron I think of the things that he said that was really interesting as we do have freedom of speech..

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"david west" Discussed on The Heat

The Heat

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"david west" Discussed on The Heat

"Like Walter Welcome to the heat podcast. Unrest is spreading across the united. States after police shot yet another unarmed black man this time in the state of Wisconsin. Professional athletes from the NBA Major League, baseball and major league soccer refused to play this week to protest against police brutality. That brought swift condemnation from the trump administration highlighting ideological faultlines across the country. Many of us, remember the infamous fat between Laura Ingram and Lebron James the conservative Fox News host asked Lebron to quote shut up and dribble after the NBA superstar criticized Donald Trump. More and more professional athletes are speaking up intensifying calls for racial justice in the US. One of them is two time NBA champion David West. He's never been afraid of controversy. From, denouncing racism criticizing.

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"david west" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"david west" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg Wall Street Week With David West from Bloomberg Radio. United States flourished under a post World War two regime built on multinational institutions like the IMF, the World Bank. But President Trump has gone in a very different direction, something addressed by Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haass in his new piece for foreign affairs present at the disruption, the president is trying to undo a lot of his inheritance and almost like health care. Repeal without replace so, the president said repeatedly on the pant campaign to kill and then as as president, we've been taken advantage of the states have been taken advantage of other people are benefiting. We're paying all the bills. What has this international system created afterward to actually done for the prosperity of America? He does think that when I met with him when he was still a candidate, he believed that That fervently that trade agreements have ripped us off and that essentially the costs of foreign policy are stationing of troops overseas in the light far outweighs any benefits. But he seems to be missing here. David is that for 75 years, there's not been a grand power conflict. It's an extent there wasn't conflict. The Cold War wanted state cold and too and ended on terms that were extraordinarily favorable to us. Meanwhile, standards of living in this country have gone up dramatically. One by by some measures 90 fold since the end of World War two. The average American lives on the order of 10 years longer than two years. She lived 75 years ago. Democracy is far more prevalent around the world, so I'm hard pressed to someone who's trained, is historian. To find any other period of history. A cz productive and constructive as the last 75 years. I'm not going to sit here and say we didn't make mistakes. Of course we did in Vietnam, Iraq and so forth. But by and large on balance. This has been a remarkable run, Richard. Even when Donald Trump came to office, things were changing. I mean, China was growing very quickly. It was growing to challenge us. As the world's down economic power. Was it inevitable that we had to do something other than what was left over after World War? Two? Absolutely, for several reasons. When you point, Tio China has emerged in many ways, and we needed to adjust our policy, And I think the president deserves some credit for calling out China where I where I think he gets the blame is I don't see anything coherent. They're consistent. For dealing, which probably need an even greater problem with American foreign policy is a lot of the institutions that you referred to are getting long in the tooth. We've got a whole new set of challenges in the world. Things like how to regulate cyberspace. What to do about climate change what to do about proliferation, and we simply don't have the mechanisms in place in the world. Israel shortfall when it comes to international arrangement, so addressing that Has got to be on our agenda. Unfortunately, the president is essentially uninterested or even opposed to international agreements of those sorts. You mentioned China obviously a terribly important relationship for the United States economically as well as geopolitically. Where we headed right now with China. If we keep going the direction we are. The president's clearly believes that if he keeps putting up pressure on China, he will do something good for United States and good for US workers. I could see two things happening if we keep going in the short run. I'm actually quite worried about a military incident say between American and Chinese aircraft, airships and something like the South, trying to see the Taiwan Straits near islands also claimed by Japan in the Pacific. And the real challenge. Then it will be to try to put a lid on it. So an incident doesn't doesn't grow into Ah conflict in the longer run day, but I'm actually concerned about a US Chinese Cold War. On across the board competition that at times is AH has us lined up against one another. It's dangerous. It's costly, but also it would probably rule out us Chinese cooperation, say in dealing with the North Korea or dealing with global health or dealing with climate change, and I think we're pretty far down that road. So one of the focal point of our relationship with China, certainly under President Trump has been trade. But the trade issues facing states are not limited to China. They go much more broadly, including the very institution of the W T O and our relations with Europe with a lot of our allies what is happening because of you our economy because of what has happened with trade under President Trump We lost a really chance I think to grow global trade and also to improve the way it's regulated. If we stayed in the transpacific partnership would've teamed us off with countries altogether, We would have represented over 40% of the world's GDP. We then could've put tremendous pressure on China to raise its game to meet our Standards. While we could reform the World Trade Organization, it's clearly flawed. But then the question is. How do you make it? How do you make it better? Instead? What we're essentially doing is undermining it by not approving any judges for the one part Of the World Trade Organization That's actually worked quite well and often in our interest, which is its adjudication panel for Dessau for resolving trade disputes as you know, so well, Richard, We've got election this country come November 30 including for the President states Exactly is a rumor to that effect, but but a cz you look at that possible fork in the road. How do you look at a Biden now? We know Harris. Administration with respect of foreign policy, as opposed to Trump Pence. But I think the differences would be much more willingness to work with allies. I think that would probably be sort of the foundation. They deal with allies and then approach all these regional Hang on global challenges. I think you'd probably see reentry into various international arrangements and institutions. The problem for Ah Biden Harris Administration of the challenge would be Their inheritance would be rough and be really daunting. Inbox. Four years ago, David you'll recall, I wrote a book called the World in This Ray. Well, Now it's disarray on on steroids, so I think they were, they would face that all the time. Think about it. The next president and vice president are going to have to still deal with a pandemic here at home, 10 2 million's unemployed, a country divided by politics and race, possibly by the election itself, so that they're going to have a situation where they'll be greater demand than ever for American leadership and involvement in the world. At the same time, the home front will be calling out For for repair. So, Richard, you deal with these world leaders on a regular basis. Is there a pent up demand for an alternative? President.

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"david west" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"david west" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We're going to hear from Dr Anthony Fauci and the man who interviewed him here at Bloomberg, Our colleague David West and looking for two not just hearing Mohr from Dr Fauci. But breaking it down with D W Love it. Yeah, I'm looking forward to that as well. We've heard some snippets of the interview, and it's really a wide ranging conversation and a really thoughtful one. All right. We'll get to that In just a moment. Let's get back to your top Is this story's another check on some of the news after the close. Hey, Charlie. Well, hello there. Carol Master, briefly, etc. Reporting revenue for the second quarter that did deep the highest Analystsestimate. It was an update on Wall Street, the Dow, the S and P and NASDAQ, all advancing, in fact, another record for NASDAQ, and we've got the S and P 500 index within 2% of its record clothes. Hasn't he posting 1/4 straight advancement, encouraging news on the vaccine front? We'll hear more about that coming up in just a moment with Dr Fauci as some P 500 index that did climb today. We saw the S and P 500 index, up 21 points, up 6/10 of 1%. Now stack up 57 is a set a record. There are 5/10 the Tao of 373 up 1.4% 10 year yield 100.54%. Gold, up 9/10 of 1%. West Texas Enemy. The accrued up 1.1%. 42 16 a barrel Gold by the way spot gold at a record 2038. That's a Bloomberg business Flash, isn't he? Charlie Pellet? Thank you so much for earlier Bloomberg balance of power, Bloomberg TV and radio host David West and cut up with the top voice on the virus. Dr. Anthony found CI director of the case, and I H.

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"david west" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"david west" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Strongest army by far in the world. We need an economy that works for everybody. I am Mourning has the broadest coalition with the world of politics meets the world of business. They've got the money. They need to run a very competitive race case. On my view, there should be sanctions We want Empty in the markets. We want certainty and our trading relationships administration is trying to create a new divided world balances David West on Bloomberg Radio. Coming up this hour, I talked to President Trump's adviser on domestic policy, Giron Smith about the administration's plans to help with the country's economic recovery. Plus, the doctor who ran the Louisiana health system is here with her. Take The uptick in Corona virus cases in some Southern states and I talked to club for growth President David McIntosh about what kind of economic growth we could see between now and the election in November. But first we've seen the consequences of decades of growing economic inequality in the effects of the pandemic on black and brown communities. And in the protests in the aftermath of the killing of George Floyd. I talked to someone who has spent his career addressing these problems. Rashad Robinson is president of color of Change, leading online Racial Justice organization. I asked for a shot to explain what those of us who haven't experienced economic inequality need toe understand? I think, oftentimes what we don't understand is that far too often we talk about inequality as it's unfortunate, almost like it's a car accident. I could sort of just happened. Rather than its unjust and so as a result of talking about it is unfortunate. We have all these ideas that is just it sort of kind of naturally occurs and there's sort of nothing we could do or that we can put for charitable solutions to the problems. We can help people get coats in the wintertime. We can do things like sin water bottles to Flint instead of actually dealing with the structural reasons of why a city because of the ways in which we Have created attacks thatis that has taken money off the books made cities have to go on austerity and as a result of really attacked our sort of public resource in public goods and sort of an example ends up with the situation is not unfortunate, but unjust. And so I think for a lot of folks who are sort of Kind of hear about economic inequality. Maybe want to do something? Maybe put a little bit of money into those sort of charitable pots around the holidays and wonder why things are not changing. It's because you actually can't change these problems about changing the rules because it's not unfortunate. It's not a car accident. It is actually a result of a whole set of choices we have made at the policy level that have gotten us into this situation. Certainly we hear reports of some particularly younger members of the African American community, who say Look, it is the system. As you just said, and voting on Ly feeds into the system. We did use something more fundamental than boat and start changing Who's in office? What do you say to those people? No, I think that it's a mix of both, right. I mean, sometimes folks tell black folks just vote when we're out protesting, But black people are the protagonists in the American story of voting. No group of people in America have fought harder to be able to actually access the ballot have gone up against more barriers. Even in Kentucky. The sort of images and stories of people are begging on the doors waiting on incredibly long lines is holding places were closed. And so folks have voted, But I think a really good example that we And sort of look at is over the last several years as the movements around police accountability and movements around criminal justice reform have moved from protest to the ballot in terms of electing reform minded district attorney's around the country and those before money district attorney's going into office with mandates that were at the intersection of criminal justice and economic justice. So, for instance, reducing the size of jails, which is sort of not just good for our tax base, but deals Go to things like money Bear, which is a sort of way in which poor communities are fleeced by the criminal justice system. Where's you're better off being guilty and rich than innocent Impor Because folks are 70% of people who are behind bars in jails are not there because they have done they've been convicted of anything. They're there because They're too poor to pay for their freedom. And so we have all of these sort of issues that people actually have taken to the ballot. I think the pushback people here is that when folks we're told to simply vote, a zit voting alone will stop all the problems when young people, young black people in particular in 2012 Outpace all other young voters in terms of turning out for Barack Obama and still saw all the sort of barriers and push backs towards their towards the sort of goals that we had or are casting our vote. And so I say that voting is a piece of that puzzle. And what also has to happen is there has to be accountability when I talked to many of the presidential candidates on the Democratic side as they sort of reached out and had conversations with us. One of the things I asked him about, wasn't just the what? In terms of all the policies and proposals they were putting in their black agenda, But the half not just you know what they cared about, but how they were going to get us there. What were the entrenched forces? They were going to push back on toe, actually get those things in place. So you say that you want to create more wealth generation in black communities. What had been the barriers to those ancient How you gonna push back against the lobbyist pushed back against the corporate forces? I have stood in the way of that type of generations. You're gonna create a new tax sort of status of insuring that wealthy folks pay their fair share how you're going to get there. But are you hearing that from any candidates, either from Donald Trump, the Republican or from Joe Biden, the presumptive nominee, other side are they come out specific plans about changing the system to address economic inequality. You know, Donald Trump has talked about sort of draining this month. And we've seen those sort of swap show up in the most swampy ISS ways way you know, with all sorts of ways in which corporations have been able to enter the back door and gain all sorts of access on the Democratic side. You know, we're still sort of pushing by on pushing the Democrats around. What is their agenda going to be on as it relates to corporate power and holding corporations accountable, thanks to Rashad Robinson, president of color Change your listening to Bloomberg balance of power on Bloomberg Radio. Coming up. I talked to President Trump's adviser on domestic policy, Gerard Smith about the administration's plans to help with.

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"david west" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"david west" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"His life also go back to what you said positively doesn't usually sell that's right David west point what's up hello yeah Dave what's happening Hey you know what I did it's a great story man and the reason why it showing people not to give up ever ever and another thing too how many people go to work and she we're going to work they should go to work they have no choice well no he's living his dream man well we do that yeah I I I I look I I like the store and I know the store and I don't personally I don't know him all that well like I don't hang out with them but you know I've we run in the same circles he took over for me I'm on that I football Westwood One so I I'd like the story I remember talking about him going to the hall of fame like man when you think about the amount of years that he played and what he did when he played he's like the epitome of like what gale Sayers was it was a short period of time but man it was impactful right really impactful yeah and he did it with two different franchises well day and to me I always thought he was like the don Mattingly of football for me your dimension gal saline see also airs play right now he needed when a championship but in that five six years he was the one of the best players in baseball I should have been a whole thought why should be all favor why I believe you should be too yes but he's not and that's in a story for another day but I would say the same thing about Joe Klecko Joe Klecko should be a hall of Famer I know hall of fame when I see one I play against one agreed and there's there's there's a there's an obvious but there's too many good players and part of it you know is is a little political there's no question about it especially when it comes to the NFL in the amount of players that to put in every year but I partly also agrees with the on centers when he said you know what is this a quota we have to always had somebody I agree with what are you going to tell me the five guys that got in this year voted in don't belong in they do belong in Isaac Bruce was a part of the greatest show on turf rising Bruce's been sit around waiting and he should have been probably put it on the first ballot but I think his point and I think it goes for baseball and football sometimes we put guys in that were damn good but they weren't it's the hall of fame should be for the immortals not just for really good or even you know a little better than that yeah well I I think the fans got to see like to me the baseball hall of fame this year did the right thing you know it's it's Jeter and Larry Walker that's it and those are too high highly clap of when I was a classy classy type players highly respected players you don't Jeter was obviously not going to be overshadowed by sterile users and all that other stuff that this feels like a very pure hall of fame class going in which is fine which is the way it should be no doubt nine oh two on.

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Tara Brach: Making it RAIN

10% Happier with Dan Harris

08:56 min | 1 year ago

Tara Brach: Making it RAIN

"Tar. Brock is a giant in the meditation. World and deservedly so she's got a PhD HD in clinical psychology. She treats people one on one and in psychological or a therapy setting. She also has done deep Buddhist teacher training and has gone on to found the insight meditation community of Washington which is an immensely popular community center in Washington has extremely popular podcast. And she's got a new book. It's called radical compassion so that's her bio but before we dive into the actual discussion. I want to read you a little bit of what I wrote about her. In my first I book ten percent happier because it's going to be up a lot of what is interesting about what follows in this conversation so I I encountered her when I went to a this is before I even and really started meditating that much I went to a meditation event here New York City and she was up on stage. I had a bit of a negative reaction. Here's what I wrote. The opening opening speaker was a woman in her fifties named Tara Brach. She had long brown hair and pleasant Semitic features. She was holding forth in a creamy clawing tone. The style was astonishingly effected artificially soft and slow as if she were trying to give you a rocky massage with her voice she exhorted us to love ourselves. Quote Unquote invited us to close our eyes and trust in the Oceanus in the vastness in the mystery in the awareness in the love so that you could really really sense. Nothing is wrong with me. I couldn't bear to look over at Jason. That was the friend I brought to. The event who I imagined must be silently cursing my name Brock. It closed with a poem that dramatic pause and finally a self serious Soto. voce thank you. So that's what my first impression of her was. I then ended up going back to the event the next day and to my surprise Tara ended up explaining something that was deeply useful so to me. I was aware of the basic theory of how mindfulness could work that. You could view your feelings non-judgmental but they didn't really understand how to apply it in my life and she explained it in a way that knocked it out of the park so when we read that section to my profound surprised. The person who unlock this mystery for me was Tara Brock driven by some unfathomable masochistic urge. And even though I knew mark my friend Mark Epstein wouldn't be speaking I had dragged myself self back to the ballroom for the second day of the conference at First Brock was driving me nuts with all of her ostentatious head bowing bell ringing and Nama stay saying but then she redeemed herself. She nailed the method for applying mindfulness in acute situations albeit with somewhat dopey acronym rain are Dr for recognize a for allow I for investigate and for non identification recognize self explanatory using my David Westin example. Sample David West and was my boss at the time in those moments after are even in the best light quite ambivalent meeting job number one was simply to recognize my my feelings by the way I had recently in this in. This story had a meeting with my boss that was my then. Boss was semi successful. Jabber one was simply to acknowledge my feelings. It's like agreeing to pause in the face of what's here and just acknowledge. The actuality said Brock. The first step is admitting it allow is where you lean in the Buddhist. Were always talking about how you had to let go but what they really meant is let it be or as brock put it in her inimitable. Way offer the inner whisper of Yes. The third step investigate is where things got truly practical sticking with the Western example sample again he was my boss at the time after. I've acknowledged my feelings and let them be the next move. would be to check out how they're affecting my body. Is it making my face. Hot My chest buzzy my head throb. This strategy sounded intuitively correct to me especially given that I was a guy who's been diagnosed post war. Depression had manifest itself in flu like like symptoms. The final step not identification meant seeing that just because I was feeling angry or jealous or fearful that did not render me a permanently. I angry or jealous person. Those were just passing states of mind. The Brock plans seemed eminently workable to me at as grading as she had seemed at first I now found on something comforting about her manner. She was after all a trained professional in both Buddhism psychotherapy that's Connor who had spent her life helping people? I realize is with a hot blast of self directed opprobrium that yet again I had been unfair. Okay so you're going to hear me. Talk to Tara about her. Her feelings about what I wrote. Yes kinda almost done. I promise you're going to hear me. Talk to Tara about her feelings about what I wrote and then over the course of the interview we're GonNa come back and ways they were very meaningful eating. I think to both of us to how I reacted to her feelings. And we're also GONNA talk about a lot more including her new book about how to use this rain technique in your own life so now to the delight of Connor. I'm GonNa shut up and here. Is Our Brooke. Nice to see you and you. I think this is the second time we've met. The first time we met in. My memory was backstage at some meditation event. And I remember being a little hesitant because I saw you there and I thought I made fun of her a little bit in my book and I didn't know how it was going to go but then you gave me a big hug. So a where are we with that are you. Are You mad at me for the little. It was actually a really great experience for me. Because you know everyb- it's fame and disrepute and you know and you made fun of me some and you also appreciated the thing that most matter to me. Which is the practice of rain and I figured you know I can survive this well? I've talked about this a lot a lot on the show. So my apologies to folks had to hear me hold forth on this too much but I got a three. Do you know what a three sixty review is. If you've ever heard I got one and it basically all the people in our many of the people in my life anonymously commented on my strengths and weaknesses and one of the weaknesses was being judgmental. It'll actually called myself out for that. I just read the passage where I described you in the book and at the end of the passage I basically say we. She's introducing reducing me to this incredible technique. Which is called rain which will dive into and look at me? What a judgmental jerk I am but you I think were really an early victim victim of mine On the score in the meditation world and there was a message for me in it too. Because I'm basically out to wake up and be able to to present things in a way that are going to reach people and I suspected for you my way was had too much of a A A kind of Louis to sweet flavor and I realized. Oh there's going to be a message. People like Dan that that's the way they receive it and I think as we keep ingrowing we just get more flexible ways. We present things so there was room for that. Yes I agree I think yeah you have a way of talking about this that works for hundreds of thousands of people my way of talking about it or thinking about it or acting it out in the world is very different and that's the importance of having many folks out there talking about the Dharma land on this new to me too. It's really it's really exciting to me. Actually and it's exciting when the dialogues happen because basically we're free when we all stretch say more go. Yeah the more first of all as a teacher. The more flexibility I have in how I present things in the more sensitive. I am to the different ways. People receive things the more effective I can be and as a practitioner For instance this morning I was talking to my husband about a book that right now. I'm Reading For the twentieth time. And it's I am that by three nurse Saga Datta and it's a book about non dual reality about seeing how it really constantly looking at. How am I getting identified right in this moment like really seeing past The coagulation of self often recognizing okay. I'm not this particular personality. I'm not this body and recognizing a larger sense of being and so we were talking about at that and I then I just said you know that is fantastic when my mind is quiet enough but if I'm caught in some anxiety for me to say oh I'm not this. Anxiety actually is a subtle way of pushing it away and what's more important as for me to feel the wave of anxiety and in some way I say okay this belongs this is part of this is a wave in the ocean you know and to actually feel it an opening to it and not resisting the identification actually dissolves so the pathway taught in the book that I'm riveted by right. This moment isn't the pathway at any given moment Qatar will at work for many people when they're stuck in a certain way so it just having that Keeping the whole domain of practice actes fresh though in any given moment. There's a an intuitive way to respond to what's arising now that actually deepens freedom and not going by road really is is actually what works in the most deep ways

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"david west" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"david west" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"For literacy games dot org traders largest lead thirteen and their joy that right now sixty eight fifty five three forty seven to play in the second half St John's they were now standing in this game at twenty one points from the bench a lot of productivity between that Terry's chains Kiki Tandy eighteen point two rebounds with the two of them alone four six the for printed across the time line give it up to care care her face a pass to the right side rules it's done around the top of the key give it up the Figaro driving to the free throw line he stopped he fades away on a tough shot outside the lane on the right side it's no good rebound taken by the musketeers Tyree Jones Jones is twelve points the ball game and nine rebounds an average of the double double try to be the first musketeer do that since David west first season good good double team has it taken away in a break out of an easy way out actually no it's a goaltending call for Williams good good broad across the timeline turned his back the defender Williams and that's one care here kind of jumped from the right side in surprise with good not to three inbounds pass is taken away but lost again by wrote the for for Xavier momentarily getting very sloppy with three oh six to go leading sixty eight fifty seven so that was good this first turnover of the game against a team that presses the entire forty minutes is not not bad drug brings it across the time line in a region of the found by Rutherford that'll be the eighth I get the tense scene Fallon saying for me I believe it's just thirty nine again ugh brings it across the time what is the guy you just passed to this game to worry about the change that was the case were rather for try to sneak up behind him and slapped away his growth realized at the moment adjusted the dribble and resulted in the south it is just the ninth team balancing John so Paul scrubs would be aligned with the one in one opportunity to grow to score ten in the ballgame this is his first free throw attempts to the game was on the way it is no good from the one on one we've got taken by Saint John's.

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"david west" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"david west" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The south in which case it won't turn the flies back on themselves it will in fact drugs as far as the south where they were there is a far in Queensland that has a front in the vicinity of a hundred and ten kilometers if it joins up with a far as color so much devastation where are M. we could end up with a far out front the three hundred kilometers long it all depends on what happens over the next couple of days hopefully hopefully choose I wanted that one gets right but the unfortunate truth the batteries it will David west mayor of mid coast city council in New South Wales Australia thousands of six from around the world have converged on Pakistan to celebrate the five hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the birth of their religions founder Bob gun U. Nanak what makes this year so special is that this year six traveling from India how for the first time used a visa free corridor they walks through a white to gate I could help her to mark the short journey to the temple the marks the site were guru Nanak died the BBC Sikandar Kamani has this report the many of those and get the today it was a dream come true hundreds of six got the did the good water believed to have been built in the place the founder of the religion grew Namik spent his.

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"david west" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"david west" Discussed on Get Up!

"Gain you you garner a level of competence that ninety plus percent of those players that participate net game is making it to the NBA. All McDonald's all Americans aren't created equal a guy like Chris Webber was able it has the potential to enter the draft after high school and probably would have went on and have a stellar career without plan two years in college. I wouldn't ready after high school even though I was a McDonald's all American to enter the draft. So it's Sean point is going to affect players like Zion. But we gotta make sure we look deeper into the box scores. David, maybe we can't say both of these things are true this system as it is currently constituted is not fair and needs to be looked at an adjusted, but it doesn't mean that college basketball is meaningless or relic or needs to go away or be drastically reshaped. Maybe both of those things can be true does that seem reasonable? But we have to make sure that we remember that things have changed. And this is a market, you know, all the way down to high school. Now, it's a business and to lock out a specific group, meaning the players that guys that are generating the business. There's something wrong with that. And so when we talk about changing, the landscape of college, we're talking about changing the opportunities that are available for these guys. There are a lot of kids that don't fit and there studies coming out now articles that are being produced about how ineffective the education of college athletes is receiving. So we have to sorta get away from this idea that these guys are being educated and giving the type of information that they need to go out and handle themselves. A lot of things that I learned about the NBA and the things that I needed to learn about the NBA I didn't learn until I got there. I have to leave it there because we're up against the break. But very interesting discussion, and it will continue. I want to remind you that we have a game Saturday night on ESPN tomorrow night. Six eastern Duke squares off against Syracuse at the carrier dome. And then Kansas will take on Texas Tech. After that as we go. Tom is weighed in on the whole high school to NBA proposal? We have another hall of fame coach, ROY Williams. Joining us live in our next hour. What does he think of all of this? And by the way, his team just beat Duke the other night. We'll talk to coach ROY in our next hour live here on ESPN. You have seen fight night happens tomorrow with TI though, Santos.

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"david west" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"david west" Discussed on Get Up!

"Hembo, daily got. Him. Roy Williams joining us. Thirty eastern time. Coach ROY will join us. And right now coach is is with us on the phone Michigan state coach, and we always so appreciate your taking the time here and coach I know you heard a little bit of the conversation that we were just having about the NBA's proposal to lower the age requirement for players back from nineteen to eighteen which of course, would have a significant impact. We would think on college basketball. I would love to hear your perspective on that possibility. Well, I think you know, it's gonna be a possibility of probably a probability. I you know, I I don't have any problem with it. If kids don't want to be in college. I don't have any problem. I just worry about how many are gonna make bad decisions. But you know, I thought you were going to ask me about Zion and hanging out for the I'm one hundred percent for that to be honest with you. I I think he should hang it up. And the only reason I do is it gives the rest of us the chance to win. But honestly, I don't think he said, I don't think you live in fear every day. You know, the Paul Georgia. We were every day. I mean, there's freaks of nature. But then again, I've always stuck with this. I never can say nor do I think anybody else should would somebody should do if they're not walking in their shoes. So I, you know, I have not been in the same position as as David west or Jalen rose. But I did get a chance to watch David west a lot, I recruited Jalen rose. A bet my life. Neither one of them would have said out those were tough cookies, and I don't think they would've. And so I just had a national championship reunion. What Magic Johnson's group, and they were telling stories that they were foreign foreign a league playing the league leader Ohio State magic sprained his ankle, so bad. He could barely walk him out. The second half lead him to the game that propelled them into the NCAA tournament, which then they want it. So, you know, there's a lot of ways to look at it guys. But I don't think the real competitors. Would I think he is a competitor? And yet I've not walked in his shoes. So it'd be it'd be wrong of me to answer it in any other way. No, you're absolutely right. Jalen said yesterday definitively. He would have gone back and played it and the. Yeah. I know that firsthand. But I do want to get your perspective. Even before he got hurt if the kid never got hurt Scottie Pippen who was a hall of fame basketball player set a month ago. The kid has made himself the first pick in the draft. Nothing is going to change that by continuing to play. He just puts himself in harm's way. Sort of completely de emphasizing the significance of the college game. I just wondering your perspective on where all this has gotten too. Because it just isn't what it was when magic was playing. What is your perspective on the way? People now are looking at the college basketball experience, in some cases, it doesn't matter. Bitel? Even said it best. You know? I I don't think it's not all about the money different job offers to go with more money. And I I understand that you know, life is about experiences and memories and different chapters in your life. And I do think my buddy mariuchi night every day talk about whenever we get together. You know, it all goes back to man, we both made a lot of money we both had some some fame. But man, there's nothing like college. We go back to northern Michigan go visit the trailer park. We lived in for two years. It's awesome. You know, those are part of the things. But then again, nobody was beating my door down for a hundred million dollars to play professional basketball. So I'm not sure you know, what I would have done. I hope and pray that every kid gets to enjoy the process to greatness and part of the process is high school to me college to me pro. And then beyond Tom Izzo was whether it's here, I be. Remiss if I didn't get a thought you have a big game this weekend against Michigan..

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"david west" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"david west" Discussed on Get Up!

"He can tell them. No guys. What you're doing is. Or is not good enough to do this. And honestly believe that can be a burden on him more often than he may like to admit because he has to he's got fifty two kids under him, quite honestly, I want them to step up and say, hey, Ben, what do I have to do? Can I do this better? What do we have to do to win a Super Bowl? Those comments getting an enormous amount of attention around the sport. And the last day or two are Steelers reporter is Jeremy Fowler. He joins us. Now. Jeremy how have players inside the Steelers locker room reacted to those comments. Well, greeny, I did speak with the Steelers player this week. And he said, maybe the fifty two children comment was a little strong. Although he feared he knew what the general manager meant by that. Because is bigger is thirty five years old provice bigger is an undisputed leader in the locker room. He's a guy players listen to his got the hall of fame pedigree. But he pointed out there other leaders as well defensive end Cam Hayward center marquees pouncey and after a nine win season missing the playoffs of the first thousand thirteen that flare pointed we need collective group of leaders to re steer this program. Now as rather spreaker calling out players yet. Most most guys didn't sweat it at the time one prevailing theme. I heard behind the scenes is that the stature of player rob is for your call that in Antonio Brown. One of the best to do it in the last decade was at least a mile problem for some. But but mostly they didn't sweat and they moved on. All right. Jeremy well done. Thank you very much. We're gonna leave it. There were some minor technical issues. We'll try and get those pardon me worked out and then. We'll continue in a moment. So let me tell you what we have still coming on the program, David west played for the warriors. He's going to tell you one big thing. He's worried about and how it will affect Golden State in the playoffs as we continue. And we've been having the highschool to NBA debate all morning, we will bring in Michigan state coach Tom Izzo live next. What does he think will you hear? He'll join me live here on get up. And with that thought in mind a little sneaky, hembo time. Don Izzo is one of two coaches to reach the final four seven times in the last twenty years who's the other is a coach K is a coach ROY is a coach cow. Those are the options aunts is next. This is get up on ESPN. Geico presents eyewitness interviews with.

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"david west" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"david west" Discussed on Get Up!

"Jammed packed today. Jalen, and Laura and farnam and look who's here. David west joins our desperate warning. Good. Have we got a lot to get to with you this morning when I start with a fellow that, you know, a little bit. You've heard of him his name is LeBron James and the Lakers starting the second half, which is really a third against the rockets last night. They need a win to get back to five hundred and early on. He is frustrated Jalen watch this LeBron posting up on Austin rivers. He's got all kinds of size advantage, but chasing has taken the shot. Instead he should have been upset. You matter with David. Westwood have done past him the ball. David physical with been the guy down there guarding front. Frustration from LeBron Lakers were down six at halftime. They're down nine here. Bad pass Kyle LeBron not having any of this sloppy play. Well, body language, also green, and he's trying to get these guys to understand. This is the big time game right after the all star break. So they would go down by as many as nineteen. But now here they come who's medal of Ron there within fourteen later. Lakers. Down a dozen LeBron coups my yes, he would score eighteen Lakers and the quarter on a fifteen four run there within seven here, we go to the fourth rocket support clink cappella gets colon for the screen, you tell me is that a foul. I didn't think it was a fall Mike, Dan, Tony agrees with you one of many thousand rockets would not like in this game. Meanwhile, James harden, taking strong he was gore exactly thirty so the street because now thirty two consecutive games, but next possession get a load of LeBron right here throw down to twenty nine and the Lakers are within three later still down three Brandon Ingram jail. What a gave me played scored twenty seven. He's at his best when he continues to attack and plays confidence. And here's the Brian against sizing up his man, and he's gonna take strong in the Lakers have come all the way back. They have a four point lead. This is when the drama would begin. There would be twenty eight to seventeen disparity in the number of fouls called in this game Twenty-eight called on the rockets seventeen on the Lakers. Here's one James harden. They call that a charge in its his six dollars out of the game and his era analytics players either want to shoot the three or take layup. Sometimes you gotta stop may range and take the shop. You think it's a good call. I think it's a really good call. Lebron takes the contact hardens out of the game. He doesn't like it later. Lakers up four Ingram. They're going to call the foul here on Chris Paul, it's close. And again, he is frustrated and the entire rocket bench, basically, loses their mind heck, Nichols wound up being called on just about everyone. He got mugged green death, man. So now want to get the referees. Harden, Paul, Dan, Joni all getting technical and the Lakers went all said and done win it one eleven one. Oh, six. Wasn't it on needed to reach a different level? Is that I need to be level right now, you know, just under circumstances that we're in. No just kick start into something a little bit earlier. They're not then I've done in the past. So I like, wow, Matt. And I would love man next. You know few games. I believe continue to get better and better and tonight was good stepping right direction. Okay. So yesterday marking the six time this year the Lakers overcame a fifteen point deficit to win only the clippers have more such games. Now, the rockets as you saw we're very frustrated with the officiating, and we're going to deal with that part of the story later because it does involve sort of a personal issue. They have with one of the officials and the NBA let's focus for a minute here. Sean farnum on the Lakers. Lebron what did you see last night? I just got all activated last night..

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"david west" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

10:32 min | 3 years ago

"david west" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Warrior fans should get their head around. Demarcus cousins is going to be a plug and play for David west. Okay. If you're if you're wondering how they're initially gonna try to use him how he's going to be rotated in what he's going to be David west. That's what this team has been missing is that he'll be a bulkier body. He can live at the elbow. He can step out two to three which is different than David. But it now puts the rotation in a better, you know, since the Damian Jones injury just in a structural better form because the team is so small, but you're going to see him with the second unit. You're going to see him and Klay going nuts, and he's going to be in the David west role. That's that's gonna be the the first an initial deal. And then they'll start to figure out now David never started very much so many DeMarcus will start but the David west role and hopefully. Even more than David did. That's the initial beginning of of this. And then as it ramps up, then you could see even more more damn. Well, there's no doubt that his role and who he plays with obviously how long he he play for who he play for all of that is going to evolve and the evolutionary process of DeMarcus cousins and his role with the warriors. I mean, that's that's going to be on. On a game by game basis. Obviously, maybe a quarter by quarter basis, you know, depending on how you want to look at it. So I I do think it's interesting and also informative that you kind of use David west and his role as sort of a template for DeMarcus because here's what's fascinating about tonight and going forward with cousins. Addition to the warriors until we see him play. And we kind of get some concrete answers that. This is the unknown. And with the exception of Kevin Durant's when he joined the warriors, and that wasn't really much of an unknown. You got a feeling that this was going to work out? Pretty, you know, pretty well. I would say that there was some mind blowing things when Durant joined the warriors right off the rip for me. It was the way he played defense and his willingness to do it. But point is that the warriors are an established brand, they're they're they're they are the best in the NBA and have been for the past coming up now on on five solid seasons. There hasn't been much of the unknown. You dig what I'm saying? You know, what you're going to get with the warriors. You know, what you're going to get offense. And I would say up until this year you knew what you were going to defensively and when he came to individual warrior players. With the exception of a few guys. There wasn't much of. Hey, what is this guy going to bring with like, I said, the exception of Kevin Durant? But you knew what he was going to bring he was gonna come in. And and he was going to give you twenty five plus a game and just an all around crazy offensive talent who had an ability and a willingness to play defense. So with DeMarcus we don't know, you don't know, I physically how is he going to hold up. We'll the achilles holdup. Will he have injuries that are related to the achilles? How long will it take for him to get into quote basketball, shape, end quote, and then how will fit into what the warriors to offense ity? Can he provide the warriors a little bit of defense at at that five spot is still a capable and willing rebounder does he still command a double team? These are all questions that we do not have the answer to right now. And we might not get total answers once this game tonight against the clippers finish. But my point is that we're going into a game with the warriors where there's a player, and we don't know anything about him and how he's going to fit in with this team. We haven't had these kinds of questions over the last four or five years. Yeah. I mean, we we have people texting in four awaits as fits more interested in how you think boogie will fit in defensively. Is it going to bring that missing big man defense? No, that's not. That's not. What is he going to bring because I think he's gonna balk don't bring something. Yeah. He's got. He's got to get you something whether it was just a little bit of a couple of things or a lot of one thing. And whether that's rebounding what he's got to give you something. And. He's going to play no matter what because he's a supreme offensive talent. But he can't be a total zero out there. That could be a total zero we'll either, but we don't know what he's going to bring. This guy's not a shot blocker, and I'll never has been. So as far as big man defense, what you're going to you know, nurse would be a guy people should think about when you have was playing the warriors. So that back to back he could lean on Draymond or on kevon looney and because of his fault. He could get right to the rim because he's just like physically larger human being guys that think they're going to go on the block and move DeMarcus cousins nine feet and go right to the rim. That will not happen. He weighs two hundred seventy pounds any six ten and he's ornery so that kind of defense. He's definitely a provide. But coming from the weak side and blocking shots like Andrew bogut and different. That has never been as game. And that's not gonna be as game. So maybe maybe it shows up. It is is game. Yeah. But but will what will happen though, is it dream on will now have a little tag team partner who's not so little. Is that if you see looney the last couple of games he's been phenomenal. But balk Stevie atoms. Mark assault Yussef Newark achievement zoo bots tonight, marching gore, tot, you know, larger guys think they're just gonna BULLDOGS somebody smaller on the block that's going to stop. Because you you now have a a structurally larger human being and that makes dream on better. That makes looney better makes a rotation better. That's the defensive part of it offensively people will notice this guy's passing the notice. He's a good catch and shoot three point shooter. And no fives are all the way out to the ark with him. He does not run. You know, he's not up and down type of player. He's he will be rebounding to ignite the break, but then easing into that trail three at the end of the break. You know, he's never been huge transition guys. So, you know, I just think that the upgraded skill level. The bulk and the size in another shooter on an incredible shooting team. This is going to be fun, man. It's it's gonna be. Be fun all the way around. Definitely looking forward to it. As every one is again, dubs countdown to tip off seven o'clock here on kmby are six eighty the sports leader will continue to talk about the dubs and the excitement surrounding the addition of DeMarcus cousins to an already stacked loaded and high flying team AFC NFC championship games though on Sunday. That is the big sports story of the weekend. We will dive into that. We'll do our picks. We're just doing it for fun. We're not doing it for sports because the competition is over and who won this year run. Oh, I mean, Mike. Why why why gotta do that? I I won this year might do. You have the final totals of the Fitz and Brooks kicking. We did not know the final totals. Let's do that right now. Get that out of the way Rodwin three weeks. Seventeen finished with fifty one win fifty per users to fifty that's always it. I finished fifty one thirty seven and two seventeen. It didn't matter. Five forty five which means he broke even. Yeah. I only lost forty games. But you one. The big word is you lost those ties screwed you caught another bike friend. Mike me rod and Tim going to the Blackhawks sharks game where we got a. Ecstasy. No, no, no, listen. I don't think I forgot about you. And Marcus Thompson talking about how much fun. You guys are going to have down in LA. Yeah, you're supposed to be covering the warriors. And the DeMarcus cousins addition, you guys are gonna be doing all sorts of fun guy stuff down in L A. Tonight. I'm on the show with you right now and then game tonight and Saturday no game Sunday, no game. And then Lakers on Monday me what what are Marcus is supposed to do on a Saturday and Sunday. I mean, right. Invite your homeboy, and you know, we could just go hitting three amigos this whole thing together. But no, it's going to be seventy four degrees down here tomorrow. I mean, I would like to be where it's warm and sunny and dry. No, thanks for the invite man. I'm a little busy. Now. I like this text cousins gets to three pointers to dunks and technical. Oh between Doc Rivers DeMarcus coming back all the heat of the warriors of Friday night in LA. And that crew ready, or did you think I was I was not serious about DaMarcus pick it up his first points in his first technical of the season. I was marrying the serious. He got the T at Madison Square Garden sitting on the bed. Okay. So it's right. The second attack. He had to break the seal. Oh now, I am going to tell Trayvon. All right. It's on now. Marcus from now on let's see let's count those tease. Let's let's put a little something on it. And see who is restrained more. I think with the funny thing is going to be peacemaker now. If cousins a skit in spicy and model beat, you know, hey, leave it alone. Or if dre parking and DaMarcus, I mean, this I can't wait to see the to those guys together. New world more discussion about the warriors. And the addition of DeMarcus cousins, he makes his debut two nights. And we'll get into the NFL conference championship games. Michael Wilhoit, former Niner linebacker currently radio host in Kansas City. He'll join us at one fifty five. We'll get deep into the chiefs and the patriots. It's the Fitz and Brooks show on kmby are six eighty the.

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"david west" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

12:24 min | 3 years ago

"david west" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"David west. With this this morning from the floor of the new York Stock Exchange with chairman and CEO of General Motors bar is well now go to Detroit and David will chew will synthesize the market talk, the vehicle talk of Mary Barra. I think David Welsh. Joel people wanna know is since two thousand fifteen with at a run rate of seventeen and a half million vehicles year in maybe the historic tendency was sixteen million vehicles a year. Moore's it number going to be in five years from Mary Barra for the leadership of Ford and for the rest of auto America. Who we believe if you talk to Alex partners C consulting firm that does a lot of auto industry work. They're saying it's going to go all the way down to fifteen million voters others figured it'd be about seventeen billion a year or maybe sixteen and a half somewhere in that range. And that's probably right. Fluctuate? Basically, you're looking at a US auto market that let's call it seventeen million a year. Oh, and then plus or minus based on where the economy is. And you know, he's always been a very cyclical business knowing she's blaming growth, which is why tuck stock to own but. Within the soup of reasons for all this angst about autos. What is your heaviest weighting Pinhas knowledgeable? I'm clueless. Like a lot of our listeners. An auto dynamics, what's the real waiting of all this auto anx. Is it electric cars? Is it ridesharing something else? Really near term. It's the amount of investment. They have to put into the two things. You just mentioned you're talking about a wad of money. Pouring into electric cars that are at the moment expensive to build, and it's not really clear to consumers want to pay for that technology. Thank you and then autonomous vehicles that's expensive stuff to frankly. It's not clear that anybody or I shouldn't say anybody that consumers will in mass decided to give up owning a car transportation by the right? Who's going to have the courage to push against those trends? Super. Well, actually, I would say one company does is pushing against that. Because they're relying on alpha biddings Waymo to do all the development of autonomous technology, and they really have plunged into electric vehicles. They're they're fine with being a fast power and all that stuff. GM wants to be a leader. They're pushing ahead. And right now, they're making a lot of money in a regular core. Car business to be able to find that stuff. David Wells, just a little bit more on General Motors around seventy five seventy six percent of General Motors revenue comes from North America, the rest international and also their financial arm. Tell us about the health of the non US business of GM specifically, let's start with China. Is they're looking at sales being stable this year after it worked down last year. GM's weren't actually, but the rest of the market was and GM also told us this morning that they see their China income being a little bit less than it was last year. But but pretty stable and GM makes about two billion a year in China. International business. There isn't much of it. They've got Latin America, which are South America. They do. Okay. They're better than most. But it's just not a very profitable market. They make a few hundred million a year and a good year currencies bad. They could lose a little bit. But it's not it's not a big deal, and this kind of it. They've left everywhere else. They're out of Europe. Russia India south southeast Asian markets there. They don't do much in Australia. So Royal sister. That's about it. So so you would it be wrong to say that Ford and GM are really no longer global players. If your definition in global is the sun never setting on the GM or Ford empires. Then they're not doing Europe, even though they're restructuring. GM is kind of a a Sinoe American company. Now, they do you can look at it. Another way they export from Mexico the Chevy equinox. A hundred different markets around the world, very small numbers is market by market. But in total, it's a decent op. So technically, they're still global. But if you're talking about the bottom line, this is China, the US g minds everything. Okay. The reason that I ask you this is because if there is a downturn if we do go to fifteen million annual sales of autumn vehicles. Then if they have to cut the cuts are coming in North America. Absolutely. There's no question about that. Just think about it in China. They have plants they co own with Shanghai Automotive and a couple of the partners. Yeah. It would be here because they really don't have that many plants in other places, and they wouldn't cut it in the labor is your Detroit guy. David Welsh with his folks as we pick up the pieces off of Mary bars interview with David Westin. What's the difference between what GM's done in the last twelve months versus Ford? I mean, what's the body language in Detroit right now, besides they're rolling out, the explorer, the Ford Explorer, they did that at the lion stadium for job cuts in the Detroit area. Yeah. I mean, what's the body language between GM and Ford in Detroit right now. Well, look GM is that ahead of the curve with the cuts. They did at first. But everybody knows it's coming at four. They've already telegraphed. And then everyone expects the let's call it third shooter trap with with Chrysler to do some cuts at some point. Even though they've actually been expanding some of their plants in this area. Yeah. The the buddy languages. Sort of fear and head-scratching. Let's call it goes. GM's printing money, they're going to do even better next year. But they're still cutting a lot of jobs. No GM would say we're going to be doing better next year because we have these jobs, and that's right. But that's pretty clinic comfort because a lot of people this month. Right. We're going to be notified that that. They're they're on the involuntary separation. In other words, you're fired list. GM correct. So if you're one of those people everybody's kinda whistling by the graveyard at GM, right? Look if if they if they survived the cuts they're going to be with a much. What I don't understand is is I'm looking at the financial statement on the Bloomberg revenue growth is non-existent. They've managed that income down to seven eight cents on the dollar who's counting their EBITDA margin. A good fifteen cents on the dollar. I get that. But free cash flows going nowhere is this business. Or is it a triage to get to the next decade? She was supposed to grow this year is to as high as six billion from four and a half last year. So that is going up because they're they're making all these cuts would look this is this is why these stocks are not even when they GM pre-market trading last. I look was up about six percent. A good day for the shares, but long let's call medium-term these are tough stocks to own because for the reasons you're bringing up I mean, you you can keep running running the business. Really? Well, they're getting lean. They're stealing the Beatles. I'd make a lot of money or getting rid of the vehicles that don't this is all said smart business. But when you don't see growth in the US, you don't see sort of shorten in medium-term growth in China. Where do you grow this business and the answer is autonomous vehicles and selling rides? That's not gonna happen for five years. None of us. Businesses are going to make money. I learned a lot on this. David welsh. Thank you so much in Detroit after Mary, Barra speaking with David Westin pin, you look at the charter GM, you'll the charter Ford. I I think it's interesting. If you didn't know what those names were you, really? Yes. Well, and if you combine that with a charter the price of gasoline that would really be a head scratcher because at an average of two dollars and twenty five cents a gallon for gasoline. That's an incentive to own an automobile. And yet that's not what we're seeing sales Trent David westerns interview with Mary barred. I get it's about product cars were doing this for doing this. We're doing this about the payment. It's about the monthly payment. Whether it's a lease payment agreement do his point on Thomas cars. I mean, you know, who the first mover Bloomberg surveillance is going to be on a of cars, I could see David Wilson in an autonomous car. David. What do you think? I'll be lucky if an autonomous car can get into my garage. That's actually a really good. Yes. To say. The least let me tell this force in important Bloomberg surveillance market drivers. And David Wilson. Always brought to you by Audi. Don't let someone else drive off in the Audi model you've always wanted. Visit a tristate Audi dealer to get behind the wheel of your Audi today. Thank you Tri state for their support. I told you yesterday. I don't know where you begin. Can you begin with GM today? It's one of the most active stocks in early trading. It's up about six percent. And what they had to say about the auto industry is going well with its biggest US rivals to you've got Ford Motor shares up about one and a half percent. Fiat Chrysler up more than three percent. The daily bounce absolutely at the very least, you know, they're saying something positive about earnings for this year and adjusted basis being as high as seven dollars a share analysts looking for five dollars ninety two cents on average. So well above those projections. They're also saying that the GM is that there were when they come out with their numbers for twenty eighteen that prophet will be higher than the top of their range for the year. So what else do you while Citigroup's up one percent? The Bank agreed to provide confidential information to activist investor value at capital, which has a stake vatted about one point eight billion dollars the agreement. Also gives value access. City insiders to discuss strategy and governments issues this agreement coming out before city reports fourth quarter results on Monday. They're going to be kicking earning season for the biggest. We'll get your. All right net. Flicks up two percent. The video subscription service at Raymond James. No, they're not. But they do have the firm's top rating now strong by Raymond James said expect higher estimates for twenty twenty sales and profit General Electric, though, down half. A percent quality earnings will be an issue as GE overhauls itself, according to Gordon Haskett analyst, John inch. He cut his profit projections and price target on the company of a big fan of Janis from Bear Stearns days. I thought you might be activision blizzard's down nine percent. The video game maker is cutting ties with bungee the developer of destiny games. Now activision Santa conference call November that destiny hadn't met its expectations. And so now, they're they're cutting ties as a result PGN is down seven percent. California regulators offered no assurances at the meeting yesterday. Would help keep the utilities solvent. PGE was cut to junk bond stats by Moody's two days after SNP did every day stone x percent next day white percent. It'd be they'll you know. So many days down like that. Well, it was up Wednesday was down less than half a percent yesterday. So it's sort of resumes. Three more, and I want to talk about okay, I'll give you to jail resorts down eleven and a half percent. The ski resort owners set an earnings gauge will be below its full year estimate. They'll said preholiday business came up short of expectations. And then there's still right up. Fifteen percent, the Canadian cannabis companies majority owner, this is the investment for privateer holdings said it won't sell any shares in the first half and sale restrictions tied to.

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Meningitis threat scared team in March

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

03:13 min | 3 years ago

Meningitis threat scared team in March

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Meningitis threats scared team in March by Connor Letourneau, five months after the warriors. David west alluded to some unreported adversity that the team had encountered on its way to a second straight NBA title the issue in question finally has been revealed, according to the athletic Golden State dealt with a team wide meningitis scare in mid March. The concern stemmed from an outside vendor. Who prepared the teams food daily after contracting? A contagious bacterial form of the disease. The vendor took time off to fight it eventually returning to work with the team per the athletic. The scare was at its height between a road game at Minnesota March eleventh and a home game against the Lakers March fourteenth the team went to great lengths to ensure that the disease didn't spread to its players and coaching staff. Most warriors players and some members of the basketball operations staff got vaccinations, Golden State, even. Move to practice to oracle arena while it's practice facility. Located at the top of the Oakland convention center was sanitized the practice facilities team dining room. Also was closed briefly for cleaning forcing players and coaches to eat elsewhere doctors address, the warriors about the situation and try to ease any concerns about the meningitis spreading this all came early in the warriors late-season rut when they dropped ten out of seventeen games and were candid about struggling with complacency. They also were dealing with injuries to multiple key players making the health scare more worrisome. It was just a serious health scare where for me. It's just something like, wow. West now retired from the NBA told the athletic that was in my mind at the time. It was the entire team that was affected. It was crazy. It was the heart of the season. It was something that again, it showed the strength of the organization that had got through it to win the title, though, the organization declined to comment on the. Thematic story. A team spokesman confirmed its details. Injury updates forward. Draymond green has been ruled out for the rest of the team's road trip. He's not gonna play on this trip. But he is making some strides Golden State head coach Steve Kerr said after shoot around Monday at state farm arena. He had a good workout this morning. Everything is positive. He ramped up his work. But the timing just won't allow him to play on this trip. I think it'll be shortly thereafter, Green's been dealing with his cO issue for almost four weeks. Not including the November thirteenth win over Atlanta that he missed because of suspension Green's been sidelined eleven of the past thirteen games including the past nine by injury. The warriors have two more games Wednesday in Cleveland and Friday in Milwaukee before returning to the bay area. Head of Monday's game against Minnesota at oracle forward. Alfonso. Mckinney has missed the past nine games, including Mondays with a sore left foot. However, he's prob. Table for Wednesday's game in Cleveland.

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Colin Kaepernick's collusion case against NFL heading to trial

PTI

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Colin Kaepernick's collusion case against NFL heading to trial

"An arbitrator just. Check the NFL's hope for the dismissal of Colin Kaepernick collusion gays. So the case will go to trial, opened up the possibility of settlements more than before on the part of the NFL in running out of the show. Let's go to the big finish the NCAA down, no violation and Michigan state's gymnastics football or basketball. I know the legal system is spoken. Any find any wrongdoing, our belief

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Kevin Durant leads fourth-quarter comeback

CBS Sports Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

Kevin Durant leads fourth-quarter comeback

"Row for k d in the fourth quarter he ends up with 37 points eleven rebounds and this is according to warriors pr this is a six thirty point and rebound game of the year and he had fifteen of those 37 points in the final seven minutes i saw good tweet from on the warriors outsiders cameras a grant or driven goes drew it said people actually said that kevin durant to the wears is a bad idea could you imagine i mean it's going to disrupt the chemistry it's not get a word give me a break and you know we've now had katie here in the bay area for coming up on two seasons now and in a while is appreciated what he was able to do in oklahoma city to watch his game evolve here and golden state to watch the way he spaces out the floor to watch him use his size and his athleticism and that long stride that gazelle like stride to his advantage and he's such a factor on both ends of the floor matter of fact 2 blocks tonight for kd new career high for blocks hundred and six on the year his previous was 105 back in 2012 and that block on bertrand's where he came back and and honored him down i reach we did that at ryan kobe that's the it's the the camera shot from behind the goal and so you just see kd and mike foale predator mode hunting down bird transit just gobbling up so good to see and nice to see kevin durant stepping up in in staffs absence and picking up the w because you know it's a shorthanded crude night spurs or a desperate basketball team and you know a great popovich team is always going to play its off so for the warriors to kinda rally in the fourth quarter yeah this is a game they should win but no way guo dhaleh no curry for 46 minutes in this game no david west you still without jordan bell no patrick mccaw so this is just a good win man and.

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Will North Korea Really Come to the Table?

Good Day USA

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Will North Korea Really Come to the Table?

"You by happy influential conversations from bloomberg television here's david west it for more on this story in north korea were now join the full muslim bloomberg seoul bureau chief peter pay could welcome to the program let me pick up with it's a diplomatic breakthrough is it a breakthrough because we've hurts things that are encouraging from north korea before the break in diplomatic however we may be seen whether they're north korea will actually he'd come to the table at have talked i think we we put before uh but often deep in late to buy time for them and they developed the program months so far the south korean special envoy even pitting dictate that they read it breakthrough uh that uh at least taylor told by kim himself that he was willing to top the us as well as south korea and included top about didn't include i think north korea and how much do we know peter about exactly what was said as i understand their emissaries from cell to one of the pyongyang they came back and said that it lisa principle it appears that kim jungle in may be willing to perhaps moss ball has nuclear weapons heats there's a guarantee multilateral the course of security for north korea condition what that wind that the held for a long time which was that you need coordination with not negotiable no matter what hear more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings global business news 24 hours a day at bloombergcom the radio plus mobile app and on your radio this is a bloomberg business flash for on the bloomberg.

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