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Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismisses another election case brought by Republicans

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00:19 sec | 5 d 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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Tara Brach: Making it RAIN

10% Happier with Dan Harris

08:56 min | 11 months 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 Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"david west" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Early anyway when you were shooting a movie early and really Alia. which team will be readier for? May June clippers or Lakers Lakers really. I know you loved. I know everybody loved the clippers and they want to seven and all that great nate grey when he put their second team on they got started on the second. Second on on just undestood should be started. Wait better than us no better than I still. And that's still answer the question uh-huh that's the question so who's ready. I understand all that we we stepped on. You're not better than death. Slander fifteen seems like it's the clippers. You know okay. You seem like with thirty thirtieth year than I thought you were going to believe illegal block John We we loan yeah. I've got three along. Yeah we'd go skyscraper. We might little abroad and coups man they also with the White House aide Doing Cheam First First of all what do you need. He Chico Chico play. Take somebody and put the Cheat Code. And how can you be. How can you even the discussion for the best player or the king of La when they bring the guy off the bench closed the game? You Louis you've run into whip Paul George and on the court Louis have got the ball his wait please. He's too close. Pledge Yeah because you know close it for AH Clothes Steve Kerr off the beat. Is They closed for Mike. How's he going to close with the pulled Groin? I Dunno just seems like we're heading towards glory roy dangerously high. He played twelve minutes of the fourth quarter against the poor thunder abode basketball nine shots in the fourth quarter. The basketball game forty eight really. So we've way was required of us. Would we don't manage. We don't do that. We don't cheat the fan with memory. Serves the guy you you say. The do you remember what he did in the fourth quarter against the thunder wait wait. Can we see this clip. We got what. Ns NBC sharpen airball. Here he goes again dribbles into traffic. Wait I thought that was the MVP. Here's the goat. The goat shoots. It's an air ball. Hits the bottom of the basket here. He goes dribbling into trap. Loops goes again for another easy to use the other way. Way To go Lebron and here he is getting blown bye-bye Nari and having a hack that brought this game to game look at these free throws bloop SLA brick. uh-huh what about what about so. Well we go talk to me as you say. The game's over his house and his team did that staple Wa the other night. He's hurt all go out of here asking 'cause I was wondering how you get a a new job and you already get. PTO understand that the probationary period.

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"david west" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"david west" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Sure you ask Luke. Donald J had himself a game against skipped spurs last night dropping. Forty two points eleven rebounds and twelve assists in the win. The Slovenian joined Lebron and James as the only two players. Not Forty Point triple doubles before turning twenty one years old. This was down to just six triple double of the season which has helped Dallas to the fifth best record in the loaded western conference right now so Shannon has Luca Arctic turned into a superstar. Real deals you the real the bill. If the All star voting ended today he and James Harden I believe it will be the back court and right now they should be. He's playing unbeliever. James Harden's averaging about forty in this skip he's fourth in scoring third and tenth and rebounding. He leads the League in triple double with six thirteen games. He's the closest thing we've seen to Larry. Bird Larry Bird People don't realize get lab was twenty four ten in six career. Twenty four points ten rebounds six assists for a career. He's the closest thing we've seen to that he real he really deals get. I'll get into that gets burst number now. We know John Murray Defensive Stop uh-huh oh I know. What about the rolls in Brian for World War time out I know good de Wael do get forty two? I trump double only he and Braun. Jane get look you at the age of twenty. You get a triple double. You'll get twenty points ten rebounds eleven twelve percents. That's one thing you we do this at founded get folly you real he the real deal scales for real for real and you have to deal with. Uh Hey I'll notice the Taylor but somebody he would trouble dealing with this young man for the next fifteen years because he could he could do it all he can score. He can play with his back back to the basket. He can shoot. He can handle it. He fundamentally sound and that's what we see. A lot of Europeans dips. They are fundamentally sound. Can handle the ball. That's step back. Three steps back brees. Next James Harden 'cause he'd be stepping back letting go from twenty eight gives you tell me when you're finished. Because I'm getting bored. The Spurs game. He did that on John Mara. dejount Murray is on a minute. Pitch Count where he can't play many minutes. 'cause pop won't let him because he coming off. ACL admitted that he did play he got cooked. It's Brin Bryn Forbes and they got the switch on Brin Forbes and Don cheech made a rare three he does have a little clutch doing but he made a rare three. He's now shooting shooting thirty one percent from the three point line that ranks one hundred and thirty seven point in the NBA yet. He's tied for fourth in three point. It attempts wow so through thirteen games. He's already missed eighty-one threes. But he made one against my spurs right. Now are an eye sore or to watch because they did this last year last year at this time they went to Minnesota and lost by forty points they will round back into shape John. Murray rounds sounds into shape. They did last year and they took Denver to the last shot a game. Seven do better this year in the West is even better. But this is about Luca don-shik launch I said before draft just watching clips on the Internet. I loved his offensive. Artistry love his passing creativity because he does have that rare gift of passing. Feel for the game. He he's got the knack the vision the anticipation and the unselfishness to pass the basketball skit ball. And I said I was pretty sure he would be better than trae young because I saw every dribble a trae young's at University of Oklahoma and I just couldn't see enough because he's just two little he's just too little doing big thing trae young still. He might not be a huge problem. I have with both of them. Okay neither one of them plays and you just offended me. Maybe the worst. You've ever offended me on the show. You actually Luca Danni kitchen the same breath with the Great Larry Bird. Did Larry Bird occurred defend. We needed to defend and he could disrupt at all times on defense. Luca cannot do either. Put Mayor Bert on the worst offensive weapon. Worse off August. That would sorry. Yeah Anyway. What happened when the Lakers visited Dallas? Allison that fateful Friday night two three weeks ago whenever it was. Do you remember this game. The Post game theme and the Laker Locker Room was whoever Dutch was covering. We Fed him if it was Lebron Fed. Lebron Casey P he got the ball he got to shoot it. And what happened at the end of the game. Dwight Howard of all people okay. Smashed Him upside the head. A little bit just put him in his place and Luca just checked out checked out of the rest gave him a little shot to the head. Ed Now is the end of this up because he does not have that dog in. He doesn't have that killer instinct. Sorry Yuki boy talking about we picket role they was talking about Lebron Lebron. There's there I didn't know flouting. Big Ghetto Gift Lebron was anybody. Whoever's Danny Green you're terrorist topics curiously was that's saw what they all talk about in the locker room after the game we've been salk? WHO said our theme of the night was whoever dodges covering go to him? Juno that guys the closest thing the bird knife that he's Larry Argue got away the go skip right now. Luca Danni ranks in defense of wind shares two hundred and fifty second if they had a different wind shirts with burr guard youth. He couldn't skip your no need for the measure question where they. Hey Lauren. Ray I don't care we'll talk about Luke Donncha up saying skip and had to wait. James Harden has taken it up to another often. I've never seen anything like this. I I live four. I'm not sure Luca Danni has taken to to a level. We've never said Yeah. I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm not see. Here's the thing forces about being reliability or an asset in the thing for people that twice. Did you read that. Let's not people that were Shannon. Sharpe you don't we don't do a whole lot of block doc. It was more of an asset in the passing game with a liability in the in the run. Okay so Luca Dante's okay. He might not be. He might be to fifty to fifty nine out of four four hundred players but look at this reference to look at him at the free throw line shall we. He's down there last year and Lebron territories I shouldn't he shot seventy one percent and one night against my spurs last year it was March twelfth. He shot one for nine from the free throw line. That's even worse than Lebron's Lebron never had a one for nine night. Listen no superstar can be one for nine from the free throw line. Jordan was never never even thought about being one for Larry Harry Byrd except the most Larry Ever missing a game was two free throws skip bayless. You think I'm GonNA throw you. Do you actually think I would throw Nicole Murphy out of bed for eating cookies so you just accept. That man is so talented off the game scoring if assisted rebounded. And I don't care about no free throw. If he shot ten percent from the people I land they need another bag. I run to run the target right quick and get your bags. Done would throw Nicole out of my got..

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"david west" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"david west" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Marino Riedel have one hundred forty seven wins without a super bowl franchise and have won twenty four and film have won twenty three two and ninety seven losses five and six in the postseason got to the one. AFC Championship game after he tore his ACL. We played on a torn. ACL At foxboro with Ladainian. Tom Rivers give toward that. Yeah he went to India Hayden he yes he he's got guts this this this this kind of because guess what skip biscuits coaches fired. His will get a coke or your friend who is and he saw that tweet to be sick sick sick after their. Plus you get you get part. returners catching the ball over their shoulder and a two yard line and bumbling it lucky they got it back brought about which what you're doing. Yeah put the heels on the team if it goes over your head down at the one of the two so be it but you don't catch the ball empathy. Will you start trying to play hero ball yup everybody wants to be a hero McCain my shoulder not go ninety two no you. Did you like to cook. Light gave up seven. Maybe the altitude plus the problem Navy Ranger thinking it truly is own he. He threw three hundred seven below sea level for what was that. Excuse there is no the US. They're just trying to help the guy out I've covered. It is crazy that graphic on. ESPN where it's like ten times higher than Mile High. It's waiting the figure because they are they trained in Colorado Springs Colorado three for the week. Unfortunately maybe the age and there's factor there. I don't know I don't have to do some research that would be really great Colorado Springs. I'm.

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"david west" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

10:45 min | 1 year ago

"david west" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"The chiefs. beat the chargers twenty four seventeen last night in Mexico. City Patrick mahomes looked mortal with only one hundred and eighty two yards and one touchdown but on the other side of the Ball Philip rivers. He'd probably like to forget guys rivers tied his career high with four interceptions wins including one in the end zone with twenty four seconds left that sealed the victory for Kansas City the loss but the chargers at four and seven and likely out of the playoff race reverse will be an unrestricted free agent. This off season so Shannon isn't time for the chargers to move on from Philip Rivers. Yes skip give me. Sports is really comes down to two things either. An asset or liability. Simple as that right not. Philip rivers is a liability. If if you look at seven losses skip he has fourteen turnovers. You remember the last time. We saw Philip rivers with Thursday night. He threw a pick six to the raiders. He threw another pick. That set him up for a touchdown and then he threw an interception in the ball. Game did he just do when when Kansas City couldn't get anything going now there's one peekskill kill the one that honey badger got him on honey. Badger would have got almost every quarterback of the league because he faked the over and then he picked the input so I can get. I'll give him that Philip. That was on honey. Badger heckebe play because sometimes the defense they get played also but there are several interceptions unacceptable. That wanted to end the game. What the hell that did you see that? There are a lot of guys on the Field Philip at a guy that doesn't have on your color. You can't throw the ball altogether touchdown you care but it goes on their side. He threw one right down. Hunting badge should have had another one skip. He thought he'd put and honey by. I don't know what happened is good has he. He has dropped. It was too easy it was to even kill all of their losses. Have come in with one score. Let us think it wants Gore and in those Games Philip rivers has fourteen turnovers and four interceptions. Look and I get it and we keep talking about you know. Tom Brady is getting their aid. Because we're getting up there and they get their got now classmate that was taken a couple of slots before him. Oh that's already been assigned a seat on the bench. That's manning neal. He has another classmate who are being burger because if available may or may they not be contributed to aid but Villanova. Don't have a lifetime contract and start. I mean what does He. What if he won this Philip rivers to stay as long as he wants? Yeah he's compiled a lot of numbers skip. He hasn't won the big game. Have you remember he was fourteen and two. Now you're like that yes. He did. Philip rivers had lt who the MVP EPA's backfield. That's in the hall of fame. have go jacket like myself. He has a tidy Antonio Gate that the process started because he's not in league this year more years from now he's he's going to be in the hall of fame and remember. They had that defense they were fourteen into the ally wildcard Patriot to come to their home. Kick their butts. That happened. Told this notion that Philip rivers hasn't had anything is not true. Philip rivers has underperformed a lot in really big games. And what he's doing right now. I think the thing is why won't happen. Because the charge of the going into a new building and their backup is tyrod. Taylor do you want to go into that new building with Philip Philip rivers or tyrod Taylor. Yeah I'm looking at it. Felt like what the hell are you seeing. 'cause I watched the game Thursday night but like I said well you know what. Maybe it's a one off but I also watched him against the Broncos And that was. He turned the ball over. At an alarming rate he got sixteen turnovers fourteen picks into public. I got it gives you time him. Go see you gotta go to the back of the class. The Front of the plan is to have to call on you anymore for awhile my turn before I get to Mr Rivers and European and Mr Rivers quick on Patrick Mahomes. He threw for a grand total in the first half of sixty three yards passing. Speed three yards passing passing if Dak Prescott ever in his life even thought about throwing for only sixty three yards and first half I would never hear the end of it from across across the table and undisputed of order three Komo home more worldly sixty three yard housing. How many the general right? Now we'll take Dak Prescott over my homeboy. How many you know what it could be growing more than you think? He's still do realize he's still leading the League in passing game. He missed two and a half game. You know the only reason the DAK Prescott has more passing yards impacting on my own boy it because he said it down to have games but don't add he don't come back tables. I wouldn't be surprised if we're also doing he. Leading the league last night Dak Prescott lead and Qbr. Over Patrick Mahomes grew a little bit because Patrick Mahomes had a seventy not not bad. I thought it was a little like little little much like it was a little over figured but still it's eighty two point zero to seventy nine point seven Dak running away now with keyboards the QBR acquittal so last night in Mexico City Philip rivers threw for almost twice as many yards as a homeboy or almost twice as hard to do three fifty three to one eighty two but Shannon Sharpe says go take a seat right. Yes okay I cannot defend defend the turnovers because only there's only one bigger attornal machine now in pro football and that's I mean I just don't even know what's happened to. Who Am? I used to support him. Defend Defend Kate. Because he's running away with the interception eighteen. He got eighteen to Phillips Fourteen. Philip Philip rivers is simply the most confounding perplexing tormenting quarterback I ever closely observed. Yes because he will have moments of greatness and moments of pathetic fetig like last night where you just say. What are you doing he? He has the greenest light to try everything possible to get that team. I'm over the Hump when a lot of times. It doesn't need but he will try anything at any moment in the great irony last night was he was taking advantage of Daniel. You'll Sorenson number forty nine forty nine to throw it to his guy until the last play win Sorensen's what he's six one ish in Little Austin necklace. About what five eight. Maybe how are you doing how you doing. How did he well? What what are you doing? It was like Daniel source it was primary. Yes yes I right throwing it to him. Maybe if you through a rainbow to the very back corner maybe Little Austin could run under the in line. I don't know right but it looked look like Sorenson just was all over it. And he's such he's so bigger so much bigger than Little Austin. There's no way you're going to get the ball over in the game just suddenly ended it. After Philip and made the big throw to Mike we write. It was a little bit of a pass and a prayer into double coverage but and it was where to get because Williams did not get out of bounds. The guy just before we got on abound stop because they stopped they got a break but still it can be pretty crazy clutch in some moments. And I'm going to remind everybody. It was just last December thirteen so it's been less than a year ago on a Thursday night at Kansas City. Do you remember what happened into the game. He went sixty yards in eight. Plays and threw a touchdown pass to win it and then goes to and pull that one off and put it out. Twenty nine to twenty eight. Would you have sent him home. After that game no obviously would be the last year they went twelve and four went to Baltimore against a young Lamar Rookie Lamar in one on the game. They had lost a Baltimore in La they had and then obviously you know the rest of the story because they didn't want to Foxborough and that was the end of that deal right but still twelve and four. It was a pretty good year right and so to your point. They've lost four games by seven points this year to buy three points in one game by two point so all all seven losses are close. Winnable Bowl Games. Yes but the reason they were in the Games. You Can Credit Philip for that and the reason they lost the Games you can definitely blame him for that right so I can't defend him but I just just have this nagging little voice in the back of my head. It's too soon. It's premature just to dismiss completely because he still has his moments just three weeks weeks ago at home against Aaron Rodgers. He hugely outplayed Aaron Rodgers and they won twenty six to eleven well. We haven't seen any consistency like that right but he he gave you another another glimpse of Oh I can still do that. Big It with a couple of years ago skip. I think he threw for five hundred yards against Aaron Rodgers at Lambeau so he gives you. Don't throw them out of ARS. And have the amount of touchdown this talented quarterback class B O four draught is that we are seeing it gets compared for two eighty three Reno Elway Kenitra. There were times last night when they just went up and down the best up and down or not but see. That's what makes you so upset with him because you see what he can be and he just Ecuadoran Lorraine Williams been harder hit hunter Henry. Tiny little BOO BOO boo. Anything like what the hell hit the guy the other guy right in the chest but what. He didn't give plenty of time. Why would you thought what made you think that guy was open? There's nothing to hold flat and I can see Russel Boom Russell. Fifty table's going to jump the guy in the flat ep back and there's nothing to hold a guy in the flat so all he's GonNa do receive him because he sees the running back coming up the Rail Philip. You'll you'll looking at him you'll see forty nine backpedaling and you still roll it. I can see it the guy six will make it a jump ball but you want to jump ball with a six one one DB five running back. That's what it was okay. Well let's running backs but well. I two five seven running back. So Philip rivers have a shot could get in your hall of fame. I think he does those too. But I'm all about rings and hang on one and he probably will go. Go Down as you could argue the the best quarterback never to win Rano Marino. except I think I think Dan at least get you might not get to. He warned skipped. The whole thing like Marino has a hundred and four. I saw on the screen last night..

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"david west" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

12:24 min | 2 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 | 2 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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"david west" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"david west" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Because it, and I don't wanna say it was always sort of their. But I just wanted to get there my own way. Like, I didn't wanna have to you know. I just wanted to do it myself. Like man, I'll make a decision to go there. I won't make decision to go there. I just wanted to do it that way. And so year in San Antonio again every year there are multiple championship caliber teams. But obviously is only one team that can get there. So after that year San Antonio when I knew ten was retired. I was like, you know, I got a chance to play with this, dude. Still every damn thing. Right in this dues mind. Same thing. Ramal new I didn't hide it. You know when I was there. I was like look man, I'm here to learn from you right now, I'm here to learn and soak up this stuff because I know how valuable basketball, and like I said it for me it helps framework gives me. A framework for my intelligence. Right. So if I can articulate basketball talk about basketball and be in critically think about basketball, then that's exercise to be able to do those in other aspects of my life. So I I just went there to learn. And then you know, when I knew that things were going to be changing, they're and Tim it was gonna be walking away. I'm like, all right. Well, where where's the next spot that I can learn the most, you know, enjoy the experience in the obvious choice was Golden State. Yeah. Now that was found you an interesting mix on that team too. Because the warriors like and not to say that it is not a tough team. Right. But the aesthetic of tongue toughness that we know not been happy ball team doesn't really fit like say. Like, they look like the high school from the birds that comes out with a bunch of shot threes in the driveways. That's what it appears that team. Normally doesn't win except they're so good issue threes from the driveway, and then you add like dream on that. But then you came into that team after they went seventy three nine did not win the championship. So what was your? Impression going in with them to start. Yeah. I knew that you know, they needed my edge. Right. They needed. I mean, we I just what I talked about. Steve like just that consistent edge. Like, I'm probably more relaxed now than I've ever been who I've been in the last fifteen years of my life, like the NBA just kept me on it sometimes too unhealthy degree. And they knew that, you know. And so. While I was there that was I went there to provide that daily edge like in a locker room environment out of are never not on. You know what I mean? I don't know how to not be on in terms of if we're in this gym, we're working. We're preparing we're not really joke around a whole lot, right? And not really gonna be a whole lot of grabby. And all that other stuff we're going to get our work done. We're going to prepare like, you know, we gotta win. And that's it. Because again, I had read these realistic conversations with myself about what I wasn't right. So I couldn't afford to not be serious and not try to maximize every single step and every single moment. So, you know. You know, that's what they needed. You know? That's what I was able to provide in a weather. I was playing or not you know, what I'm saying. I'm in the weight room, and yet we might joke for like five minutes, but we not in the joke for eight minutes. Right. You know, what I mean like the seriousness to life that I think regardless of what you're doing regardless of how fun it is. You've gotta always respect their seriousness. And so they knew that, you know, we talked about that while I was there a couple years. I was there in one of the championships. We always were on that line of, you know, when do we have to draw back in terms of we're little bit too loose music's a little bit too loud. Guys are little bit too loose with the basketball. And so that was really my role was to just be like look. Yeah. I you know, it's that's enough..

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"david west" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"david west" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"You got gotta you know, you gotta prepare to leave this thing right now. So literally one of the first conversations I had with PJ Brown was in. No, you just got drafted young fellow buck. The this thing ain't gonna last forever. This is literally like forty eight hours after being drafted. It's not gonna last forever. And you know. Yeah. You handed yourself in college, but this different level. Now, you gotta start. They know time off all I was getting that stuff all the time. And you know, I probably I'm so lucky I've seen like different rewards and say, well, you should have been drafted higher. But I got drafted exactly where I needed to get drafted because. Our guarantee you other guys in my draft a majority the guys in front of me didn't make it. I mean, the top four three or four mate. Right. But a lot of other guys fell by the wayside. And the big reason it had nothing to do with their talent. It was just parts of them that weren't developed and then they didn't go into the environment. That was like guys thirty five thirty four thirty three, you know, no-one examine we had. I think we started the oldest starting lineup in the history of MBA that year. I mean, everybody was like thirty four right. Thirty four thirty five. Like, Stephen George land started. I'm like. Sean rooks homerun on that team. Yeah. Before way before he passed like his last year or two, but he was on that team. So it was it was just a completely veteran-laden group that they they let me know from day one. I gotta start preparing about prepare my life, you know, after basketball right now. And it was just again, you know, they didn't you know, David Wesley wouldn't let me give short answers in interviews. You know, Stacey Augmon with let me like get that whole MBA. Somebody's gonna drive me around here. And that man young fellow drive yourself to this place. Don't need. No chauffeur drive there. You know, what I'm saying in the store and get your food. Right. I was thinking on coming into the MBA people carrying rosaries. And I ain't got not didn't let me they didn't. Let me get into any of that. You know, PJ was driving his PJ might have been driving the first navigator ever put on the road, man. When I got there. He just. You know, it was just a different environment man that helped me and gave me the the information I needed to to carry this thing all the way through your also living in the world. Which is the most fascinating place in the world. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I that was a my I tell you my first my first experience in New Orleans woods was was was weird are get off the plane. I intensely was like I'm not this was after the drafts. When I went to return live for good some going by myself. I wanna go mom, dad. I wanna agent to be there. So I go to New Orleans. I get into the Walgreens on what is that Saint Charles. And I'm standing there. I got like toothpaste toothbrush and probably like four or five people back, and this do little sticks up Walgreen literally off the planning on the Saint Charles like, I'm at the Marriott on canal. This Walgreens on Saint Charles and it's getting robbing. I I just froze and like. The dude he snatched the stuff the manager comes running the guy goes out the door manager comes running by. And I'm just like what the hell just happened. So the store call my agent man, you won't believe what has happened. He said don't shoot tell your mother. You don't you? Don't you mentioned it to her? Don't you open your mouth, I said coup. Then literally like as I'm going back to the hotel. I got introduced to like a short poboy, right? Yeah. So I go from having this hangman in all in this place. Then on my medicine's, most, listen, whatever. Great the food had poboy have been. Yeah. Like literally in that same low our window in that just as I man it's gonna be pretty good down here. He's going to be pretty pretty don't always if at all of this. It would be awful if it wasn't so awesome. Right. Everything about it. That is as it. The worst is awful. Right. Just rain with its unique. And I I I enjoyed my my time down there..

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"david west" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"david west" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"And so all of that to me, again just goes into this into this thinking of light, look man, we have to be real at a very early stage man with with with our young people in particular, he's athletes because I mean, I don't know how many guys I see a couple of guys every summer, and I'm a big grassroots air. You I see a couple of kids every summer that have legitimate hide level had major d one talent. And literally I'm saying to myself if that if the right person gets their hands on this kid, he's a pro right? But this kid academically has never found a fit chances are he's probably gonna quit tenth eleventh grade because the the the the idea of having to take an ACT the idea of having to qualify on SAT grade point average, these kids say to hell with him. Right, right. We wanna we. Want to be the Fillon? We wanna say there's an opportunity for everyone. We know right by virtue of the history, and we're gonna I'm gonna go real political here. But this is a part of what we're doing like by virtue of history. We know that the way education is designed in this nation isn't necessarily designed to give people the things that they need the information that they need to work for them. And so since that's the that's sort of the underlying principle in all this. We're going to go the opposite way. We wanna find the things that you need. Right. Talk to mom and dad fan. A man all there are guys need media train all of on guys need public. Speaking all of our guys need, personal etiquette. All our guys need time management. All of our guys need making courses period, you know. And then if there's a guy who's gonna be a for 'cause it's a five year program, you know, four years undergrad one. Your master. So if there's a guy is going to be a five year guy. We know we're going to have some of those guys guys who just like an Aaron craft for little house take his height of his basketball career is gonna be in this little four or five year window give him an opportunity to make some money. Profit off of his likeness, meaning jersey sales with his name's on it all the different marketing agreements, a lot of the things that these kids have to wait a year four we're going to remove all at play with NBA rules sort of a feeder for referees. We want the referees to be on course, with NBA referees wanna create a completely professional environment for these young people. And we don't want to operate under the assumption that because they're young and black that they somehow will all come sudden not wanna play basketball just because they got somebody come. You know, we're just not gonna we're not gonna play those games. Now, how do you compete with the NC double A against this because the revenue generator for television money? Right. So how does this go to generate revenue to pay the players? So without without giving up too much. Gadget I will say that. The anti AA does not have a licensing agreement with the players, and there are some intentional and some pretty inefficient mechanisms that they are basically tied down to because of their refusal to pay their athletes. Right. So we are are are are ideal are planning to go digital. We are we're going to distribute digitally, obviously, knowing the times and what's coming. So that is our our plan is to distribute digitally to be at the forefront of of sports in terms of turning the corner. In terms of how we deliver the content, and then again, we fully believe that the players are the ones that drive this thing. So we create the opportunity we create landscape that they understand let them know that you know, this opportunity is. Soley beneficial for them. It respects them in their pursuits is athletes and young people. And then we feel like everything else will fall into place..

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"david west" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"david west" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Part is probably more important than you know, going out here playing according to college basketball. Right. And that's and that's the in in probably if you look at most of these guys, I mean, that's probably one thing that they can say will. I did grow up while I was in in college, right? You learn just how to sort of be a semi adult but not everybody. Does you know? Right. One of the things that you you learn being an MBA is that, you know, adults can be very mature. And that, you know for for some of our guys who are in the elite bubble meaning that by the time in eighth grade. Everyone knows elite elite for a lot of those guys. I mean, they've never had to grow up. They've never had to to to invest in those these personal pieces that will allow you to be marketable allow you to be more versatile and allow you to to be able to take your talent into other rounds and aspects of life, and I think we're just leaving this window open and leaving a lot of young people. Unprepared because. The other part of this is the the the reality is like one less than two right at two percent. Low less than two percent of guys who are playing college basketball are going gonna play in the big leagues. So the majority of these guys have got to get prepared to do other things. And what I what I've found in. Has helped me is that learning basketball being a part of you know, just good environments understanding, how basketball was helping sorta develop other parts of me, it helps sort of give me a framework to like basin intelligence off of you know, what I mean? Like, okay, I I know basketball, and will why do I know basketball? Well, because I I can think it through and I can look at tape and learn how to analyze it. And these things started to pick up in my career and said, you know, what I mean, I can transfer this to other rest of my life, and it works. So I just feel like they're opportunity. We know these kids can play we know they can produce at a high level. But I think they become more valuable players become nothing. Nothing kills me. More than to watch a guy who everyone is known. This dude is going to be the thing, right? And he's nineteen twenty years old, and he cannot speak it. It drives me to the wall man because I'm saying, okay. What you knew he was the best player. Seventh eighth. Ninth tenth eleventh twelfth grade. Right number one plan the country. Nobody thought hey, this kidneys a six or eight week. Communications course, he needs personal media coach had him. They had about data grows. Right. Where it was a different circumstance. But it was clear that their game was we're gonna keep everybody away from him. And then the day comes tyreek Evans wants at a NABC J panel. This is like after his rookie year the after his rookie, and he was up there with his people. And I'll just never forget. He couldn't even look like he didn't feel comfortable looking at us. The people that are around him all the talking and you'd ask him question. He'd be very shy. Like, I'm assuming his different apps. It's been about ten years. But he was just kind of like, yeah. Yeah. That's what I think because their game plan was we're going to keep everybody away from him to make sure that he gets here. And now you got. Talk to people like grownup, and you ain't done right. Right. And it's a very into these like, we don't talk about that. You know, because it's I dunno touchy subject, I guess at times, and I'm not questioning intelligence, right? What I'm questioning is. You know, are we preparing them again to to be what we know. They're gonna be right. Like, there's no question about some of these kids and their futures. So why aren't they being prepared from day one to walk into their future? You know, why the other issue that sort of we're gonna tackle is this concept of of everyone suiting for the NBA rain. So they're leagues all over the world. And the bottom line is like I said there are couple of guys that go my college team..

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"david west" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"david west" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"So that they don't screw up their -bility to be on the field or on the court. And that is the the crux of sort of how we're approaching this. You know? You know, that it's it's it's hard to balance, and it's hard to focus, and they're very there are kids that can do that can handle that demand. But we know that the majority of kids can't, and so then what happens is you have to supplement legitimate education for phony bogus classes, right? You've got to literally just it's the facade more than than than actual, meat and potatoes. And so. We're going to create an environment or system that is conducive to the athletes so exempt, for example, when we finish playing in September, right kids athletes, get a month off let their bodies recuperate or whatever they become students without the burden of having to practice and perform in game. Now, we're not taking your hands off them. We plan. We we have we'll have professional trainers implemented into their structure because one thing these guys don't get his disorder. Individualized skill development that prepares them for the MBA. You can ask any NBA player. They'll tell you that. Cal players coming out of college need along, you know, most of them need more time you said, well, it's been in school three or four years. He still needs time to develop because he was being developed to be to be productive at that school and not necessarily for his next step into professional career. So you have that that that that that transit transition were kids in players aren't necessarily ready to play in the NBA because they're not getting developed in college in the net. Same instance, happens in high school, right unless you know, you have a kid and LeBron is probably the best example seen in Mark career right of guy who's able to prepare like a pro very young age, I witnessed that with my own eyes. And then that basically allow him the seamless transition into life of professional sports, but he prepared himself for that all for years while he was in high school. And so we feel like the same sort of investment needs to be given to or opportunities presented to these. Athletes. So that Santa Kate we understand that, you know, you've been pushed along we've got to be very honest. The other part about this is the honesty that we have to have about these conversations. Most of these young black athletes are pushed along through high school, right when they get into the college environment. Now, all of a sudden, it's well, you got to pretend to be a student at you gotta pretend that the classes that you're taking you're really learning things. And then you get into you know, your professional pursuits. And literally there's nothing in that two or three or four years. Eight months, however, long it is your on campus that you retain that. You can honestly us, and we know that that is more of more. So the cases than not, right. Most majority of our guys come in. They need personal development in terms of not basketball. Personal development. And I've made it a point with the guys within HP L to make sure that you know, that's something we're going to tackle. That's a personal challenge that I'm gonna, you know, put myself to make sure that we're producing the title of athlete that can represent himself represents family represent his own interest as well. In terms of just having the type of information that will allow them to communicate and be a part of the larger bigger pitcher. Right. And also not to have, you know, be have that ability to be able to manage things around you, then you know, how to say, no, right. It's part of the curriculum that we're developing this idea around how to say, no how to limit, you know, people wanting to be part. How do you make good decisions all of those things are going to be a part of our of our educational system. Right. We're creating this thing for for education that fits our athletes. And so they'll be some universities that will have things..

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"david west" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"david west" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"We feel like, you know, obviously young people are the ones who drive drive the market. So we want to be able to present to the young people when they're not accurate in school. And then obviously going back into the school year like in September. We have a system that would allow these kids that type of pursuit in terms of education. That's going to be beneficial to them, right? Like how to balance a checkbook to believe it or not those things are not taught in at universities to contact leads. How? How to out a manager time in how to prepare yourself to be professional. You know, how to communicate how to articulate understanding body language media training things that I know as a professional athlete that I had to figure out while I was professional athlete, and it wasn't prep necessarily before. And so we want to get away from this whole idea that somehow heal these kids are amateurs, and they're not, you know, generating massive massive market numbers. And we just feel like they deserve an opportunity to share in it. And so we've created this league to be an equitable space for them licensing agreement for the players. So they can you know profit and benefit from their lightness. You know, obviously, we're gonna work with an operator type setup. So we're gonna have individual team operators league will own the teams, you know, obviously at the beginning. But again, we feel like the opportunity is there and we felt like right now is the perfect opportunity. Present a new new and fresh perspective on the way, we view these athletes now when do you expect like a reasonable timetable for progression of this league? You guys have in mind now. All right. So we're targeting twenty twenty the summer of twenty twenty two Biard Nago season. Right now, we felt like the timing was good in terms of they were basically waiting for me to figure out what I wanted to do, you know, retire, whatever. So we got that part settled. You know, the next phases again, just bringing awareness letting people sort of wrap their arms around this concept, how it makes sense. And why these guys to start with need another option because currently the option that's available to them leaves out. Certain people doesn't include everyone, obviously doesn't put the rights or the interest of the athlete on Front Street. The way it needs to be. And so we just feel like there's an opportunity to create something we feel that young people will be again, the athlete is the center of our focus, and we wanna make sure we maximize everything about that athlete present them with tools that as a former professional athlete now. I know that most young guys need to give themselves shot. Well, also, I'm curious about because the transition like professional basketball is all thing, but always wondered like the transition even into playing major college basketball. Stands now, like the difficulty of managing whatever former students that you are along with actually playing a basketball same time because that seems to be something you guys are trying to avoid for you. How hard was that transition just going into being a college basketball player? Right. So I mean, I'll speak fairly honestly here. So I got lucky because I went to a super-duper small school. I mean, I was in classrooms twelve and thirteen people. So I basically went to a a large private high school Xavier and went to so it's small private. And so I had a different college experiences in terms of because it was it was a small incubator. But when you think about these major universities, we know that these these guys are not at those schools to be to be students right there there to be athletes to be revenue generating athletes, and the the the hope is that they don't screw up. In school..

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"david west" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"david west" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Jones. Listen on the ESPN app, apple podcasts wherever ever get your podcast. We appreciate it. Right. Us review gives five stars four stars. I'm inclined to believe that. You are a hater. This is second episode of the week. That is when we tend to do an interview guide joining us to time in be h AP, Ian. And and he is also the CEO of the historic basketball league. We'll talk to a little more about that David west was going. Matt what's up, man? Yeah. Man. Now you like kinda sorta from up here right year. Well, I mean, actually I was born and raised up here. Seventeen years. I lived in Teaneck New Jersey, right? It's outta right outside of New York and my family. I was just telling my buddy one of the guys with me is a I don't remember a time being on this earth without knowing him. Right. And we used to travel to come into Brooklyn every weekend with my mom for church. So there again, first half of my life was up here in the cause Raleigh claims you also clean unclean Raleigh too because I kind of grew up there. You know what? I mean, the world became real to me in that in that transition from up north too because I didn't even realize it until I think somebody I knew went to high school with you mentioned that now say what and then trying to put that together with Xavier and then everything else, and you knew Lavelle, but everybody knows the value, and you know, on the Vel, okay? That all makes sense now. So with the historic basketball league. What's like, I don't think that of is maybe exactly what's going on here. So what's the story would delete? All right. So the historic basketball. The is a league that we intend to compensate college age athletes, obviously right now, there's only one option for those guys man, we feel like the market the timing was right to create another option to give these guys in opportunity to a lot of time for a lot of them to maximize the height of their basketball career, what we tend to make mistake about when it comes to professional sports is this idea that everybody's got a shot to make it for the minority kids in college that college experience is going to be the height of their athletic career. So based on just a clean market analysis. Looking at you know, some of the issues that we know currently with the system the HBO is an opportunity new opportunity for for college athletes to who want to take a more professional approach to their careers. Not limited him. Yourselves to Justice idea that they have to be amateurs for a time and not be compensated. Not partaking the business that they help generate massive profits. And now, I think an interesting part of that is that also kind of requires a school to look and say to itself. Okay was going on. Here is not the way to go. We're we're going to try something different. So like how in terms of talking to schools and getting them involved. What's that process? Been like well for us against looking at traditional nontraditional ways to educate. You know, the fact of the matter is that most of the guys who tried to go into the current system. Are there trying we're trying to fit them into structure that's already existing here. And our motto is to sort of find education that fits the players that fits their life. Pursuits, you know, one of the things I've experienced in the NBA is decided that, you know, just because you go to college you come out developed. I mean, that's probably the furthest thing from the truth. There has to be some real. Intent in terms of personal development, and then obviously professional skill development. So our intent is to go that direction, we are going to communicate and have, you know, partnerships with universities at understand sort of how we're trying to approach this thing. What's unique about the league is that we're gonna play in the summer we're gonna play through from June into mid to late September the whole is that to give these again to be new opportunity. There's not a lot of basketball during that time..

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Colin Kaepernick's collusion case against NFL heading to trial

PTI

00:27 sec | 2 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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David West, two-time champ with Golden State Warriors, announces retirement

KCBS Radio Morning News

02:07 min | 2 years ago

David West, two-time champ with Golden State Warriors, announces retirement

"Two time NBA champion David west announced his retirement. This morning after fifteen seasons the last two of which came with the warriors this after we left twelve million bucks on the table in the form of an offer from the Indiana Pacers to play for the dubs at the NBA's minimum veterans salary west was the first round pick by the New Orleans Hornets annot three, after a great career Xavier where he was a three time, conference player of the, year and there's a senior the Associated Press. College player of the year he averaged twenty Points at eight boards. A game over, a four year period with the Hornets before spending the next four, seasons with Indiana then one. Was San Antonio before coming. Here key, contributor for the warriors in both championship seasons with his ability to score rebound play. To nations defense all off the bench in fact he averaged eighteen points in thirty six minutes per thirty six minutes last season that was, fifth best, on the team was also a great team leader a. Mentor to. Draymond green and along with his wife Leslie very active. In the community west was never reluctant to speak out on subjects near and dear to his heart including philosophy and both the societal and political issues in his retirement announcement on Twitter study is humbled and thankful for the support of family French coaches teammates and anyone who was ever cheered him on been in his corner, or simply said a nice word on his behalf and this, was David west after, winning his first NBA title in June of. Seventeen long journey

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Paul George commits to re-sign with Oklahoma City Thunder

ESPN Radio

04:17 min | 2 years ago

Paul George commits to re-sign with Oklahoma City Thunder

"And back with the nba free agent frenzy the deals have been flying it left and right paul george he gotta deal staying in oklahoma city george gets one thirty seven over four years according to jr fourth year is an option years so he goes to that russell westbrook porty and he comes away with a contract to stay in okay see and not the lakers royce young covers the thunder for espn on sportscenter with sbp on who's responsible for cutting this deal from what i understand whole george was immensely impressed with sam prestige and the fact that prestige just by dealing for georgia all really kind of knocked the socks off george and his representation and then prestige followed it up again with the trade for carmelo anthony you know paul george came from the situation scott indiana where he went to the eastern conference finals a couple of times and some of those players on his team kinda got picked apart one by one david west danny granger roy hibbert then paul george shows up in oklahoma city and fantasy starts adding onto this team was stars and that's something called george wants he wants to be on a star driven team and obviously the thunder happen it so you can bring down a lot of different factors it's the fabric of the organization is their first class nature a spare no expense play for personal barbers and personal chefs and all these different things that they can a lavish the players with with paul george from what i'm told was very impressed with because because he was what the one that was willing to take this gamble he was the one that was willing to sit down and throw it all out there and kind of put it on the line and paul george came with that in ultimately yeah one year in oklahoma city playing with russell westbrook and it sealed the deal for him to stay and not explore other options byron scott on the jump free agent special they would everybody else to say that the fact that he was there for year he formed a great relationship with russ and organization and that being sam and he feels that this is a place that he can continue to to blossom as a basketball player you right i mean ruskin say this guy this is where we're gonna win a championship one one sixteen banners up there in los angeles so that's a bit much better pitch but he obviously feels more comfortable there in his head told him to stay in okay see he didn't go whereas heart was telling me which was l a where he always talked about playing and wanted to play i think he made a decision based on how he felt and he felt really good about his relationship rose and organization and where he feels this organization could get to yeah whoa joe also reporting chris paul he's staying as well for years one sixty it's a max contract with the rockets but ultimately he never considered leaving houston this whoa jr on why he never wanted to go anywhere else you know when when he opted in last year in la worked that trade to houston you imagine that he had a chance to play for a championship contender and he found out he did they're up three two on golden street we heard loud yeah right and so he knows that teams really close now they've got to go out they need to get clean cappella who's a restricted free agent wrapped up so here's the one sixty breakdown thirty five point six thirty eight point five forty one point four and forty four point two massive numbers over the terms of that four years chris also reported kevin durant as expected signing two year max deal with player option that option comes in year two so homemade thirty million next season and if he opts in thirty one point five in year two he is a relative bargain so what about lebron james cavaliers will meet in person with lbj or his reps with the store to free agency rich paul james agent will conduct all his business over the phone sources telling david mcmanamon it's unclear at this point if an in person meeting between james and the cavs has been scheduled down the line so telling spn james on a plane van nuys airport in l a on saturday though he does have a home there so what about james and where might he go next brian windhorst on sportscenter with sp do you think as currently constructed with this group of talented but very young lakers lebron just parachutes.

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Kevin Durant leads fourth-quarter comeback

CBS Sports Radio

01:58 min | 2 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 | 2 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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"david west" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"david west" Discussed on WEEI

"Pair of eleven to two conference champions the big ten winning ohio state buck guys and the champs from the pac 12 usc trojans come in avic one seven in a row over ohio state including some of those classic rose bowl matchups dating back more than three decades a highly anticipated quarterback batch of this year with jt barrett and sam donald we pick it up second quarter already ten nothing but guys donald trying to get the trojans offense moving cohesively god the back to his left little at the twenty six for david west cuts stay you heard it on espn radio the pick six puts the buck guys in front by three scores later on in the second barrett already with one rushing touchdown on the day tries to cap off another drive on the ground ferret the gun was right both barricades accepted one to score twenty four seven ohio state at the have and that's how this one's days by guys would it by seventeen they stop their losing streak against the trojan they do it for head coach urban meyer did your to show about the quality of this year's buckeye suad with their ability to come in here and rise up to the challenge of facing stop ten teams real law you're season of the football team their defense really did a good job against fiscal our our defense like won that game and secondary radio aw villacorta bag law 'restruct railed at the best way to disrupt a quarterback is good afternoon we want wisely game plan defensively and up fronted deemed the things you did against that us front we your dusty eli coach in america law he had i'm ready to rock and roll one uh you saw it i saw on the roads though if you don't let him silvestri yet chances you saw the end of the game of their quarterback never silvestri and i have to ask you about your furner back jt there at what a remarkable career it comes to an end to night as he reflect on the fact that you house him for the final time what are the emotions were level dissolved member of all the.

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"david west" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"david west" Discussed on The NBA Show

"I bet he would i ever david west i think he would go after he west to although i think david west is a better shot then kevin durant against bogey kinda like they are less i dunno ever else office for the frank vogel pacers teams i don't know why okay last biggest news of the week is live our ball pulled lee angelo ball out of ucla in this is relevant because the ball family is dominance in basketball perot and amateur apparently european as well since he's trying to get both melo and jello on a team over there um and because i spoke to of our ball last friday today of wednesday december six i spoke to him on friday december first speak in we're going to play that interview shortly i spoke to him because he was during press for this streaming series he's on called the fourth quarter in in it i asked him belly angela basically and he talked about his desires for his future and i was really caught off guard by it to be honest i was like oh okay interesting so we'll we'll hear that interview but like do you want ball family fatigue chris uh no i don't but i'm also not i have some how successfully of all the things that i can't seem to stop reading about in america the ball families been something that's been pretty easy free to turn on off there are also isil of our ball rule this week from the lakers which is yes they are basically limiting access to associates of tina turner gastric team so if you're taking if he's there on lawns of ticket he can't talk to the press right it's all just like fast aims me as this this interview will show he will find appalled that like there's not much the lakers can sure to hold him back but we're to find out though is as low of lawns those struggles up and down the impression that i get.

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"david west" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"david west" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"A shaun livingston it's wits david west position uh secretary of education president working for david with as president west david west durant seems to think he could be something that you do anyway yeah like he gives the governor of california in four years eur me is sharp and only speaks when he has something poignant to say an listens and he's good guy for a benchclearing brought to potentially won't throw the patches but will end it will separate everybody would end to the celtics have one good eye air bans as our bench claimed braga how would not anti so right to more k mark wager steve you played in the greatest went in toronto raptors history on march 24th they ninety 96 the expansion raptors took them michael maples what kind of shenanigans happened the night before the causes such a fair but thing here to be one of the great teams ever you can tell us uh toronto is a wonderful city it is a great place to go up that would so that was not a schedule last but a nightlife less i don't really remember there was a long time ago it won like seven games aar had felt like a schedule also should that be a thirty for thirty may here's your documentary was through it your opinion on the mandatory midgame coach interviews the pop famously hit so much uh unnecessary you know it's all flaw often and uh it's really weird you know especially in a playoff game of the first quarter one's not too bad but the third quarter one likely his you're in the game home got the first gore won you know you can kinda the game just getting gone you don't want to do it but you know it's okay but you're going into the fourth quarter and the games on the line everything's happening in you the pierre pr guy comes over raymond ritter comes overseas you gotta go talked and jay don dare oracle whatever like it's game 7 of the finals forgotten stakes up and and i don't think the viewers get much out of it i think the end game miked up stuff him huddles or grade and the.

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"david west" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"david west" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"A shaun livingston it's wits david west position uh secretary of education president working for david with as president west david west durant seems to think he could be something that you do anyway yeah like he gives the governor of california in four years eur me is sharp and only speaks when he has something poignant to say an listens and he's good guy for a benchclearing brought to potentially won't throw the patches but will end it will separate everybody would end to the celtics have one good eye air bans as our bench claimed braga how would not anti so right to more k mark wager steve you played in the greatest went in toronto raptors history on march 24th they ninety 96 the expansion raptors took them michael maples what kind of shenanigans happened the night before the causes such a fair but thing here to be one of the great teams ever you can tell us uh toronto is a wonderful city it is a great place to go up that would so that was not a schedule last but a nightlife less i don't really remember there was a long time ago it won like seven games aar had felt like a schedule also should that be a thirty for thirty may here's your documentary was through it your opinion on the mandatory midgame coach interviews the pop famously hit so much uh unnecessary you know it's all flaw often and uh it's really weird you know especially in a playoff game of the first quarter one's not too bad but the third quarter one likely his you're in the game home got the first gore won you know you can kinda the game just getting gone you don't want to do it but you know it's okay but you're going into the fourth quarter and the games on the line everything's happening in you the pierre pr guy comes over raymond ritter comes overseas you gotta go talked and jay don dare oracle whatever like it's game 7 of the finals forgotten stakes up and and i don't think the viewers get much out of it i think the end game miked up stuff him huddles or grade and the.

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"david west" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"david west" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"It's still pretty darn quick forgot it's play the amount amid it said he played david west is having a better defensive season this year than last year i would completely agree with that we'd have again doe telhami said this i'm a little bit surprised by like i was like easy pot's daily a whole wait wait wait a minute ullah i've been might be because like concrete father time is undefeated but as father time found some one that he may be is not gonna take an el against but his father time found someone who was a formidable opponent in david west do you think i think david west to set a father timeouts left the taste out of your mouth on i want to slow down if all the time said you know what i don't have time for this is not a problem i need a move onto dwight howard shall get draymond green speaking it harbored today uh you know i was actually going to mention that um when you see dream on do me a favor give them a fist bump from me through you if you don't mind playing the middlemen on that because i think he went to harvard and spoke very very intelligently and eloquently about the topic of uh owners in sports i thought he did a fantastic job good yeah made it so i prepare for gains by talking to you mmhmm and lot gas prepare for games by team brunch in nap and.

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