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"donald williams" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Before. Get into the prosecution's case. I think it's important to understand the time line. They presented to the jury of that nine minutes and twenty nine seconds i show vin was kneeling on top of george floyd at eight nineteen pm and fourteen seconds. George floyd was handcuffed on the ground at eight. Twenty two and twenty four seconds. George floyd says my stomach hurts. My neck hurts. Everything hurts at eight. Twenty three fifty nine. George floyd's final words were. I can't breathe now throughout this initial four minutes and forty five seconds. Chauvinist is kneeling on. Floyd's neck. and back floyd says twenty seven times. I can't breathe at eight. Twenty four and forty eight seconds. George floyd is silent with sporadic movement. Officer lane says which can be heard on the body camera video thing. He's passing out at eight twenty five and forty nine seconds officer. King can't find a pulse. Floyd is silent and non responsive at eight twenty seven and twenty six seconds. An ambulance arrives on the scene. And at eight. Twenty eight and forty three seconds officer show vigne lifts his knee off of floyd not throughout this time is void was lying on the ground on his stomach with show wtn's knees on his neck and back. Several people from the community had gathered watching recording and objecting to what was happening. These people were randomly chosen from the community. People from the community randomly chosen by fate. And they were coming from different places and they were going to different places and they had different purposes all random members of the community all converged by fate at one single moment in time to witness something to witness nine minutes and twenty nine seconds of shocking abuse of authority to watch a man die. Those people were among the first witnesses in the trial. Telling the jury what they saw and heard that. Night donald williams. Who's nine one one call you heard at the beginning of this episode testified that he's a professional fighter and when he saw officer. Show vin kneeling on george. Floyd he had to say something to him what he said he told officers. Show van that he had george in what's called a blood choke which he knew about from his time as a fighter he told the court that a blood choke specifically cuts off the circulation to your arteries. He said initially after officers struggled with him in the car. They took floyd out of the car. Floyd then thanked them but then they pinned him to the ground he said floyd was speaking in a distressed way. And what kinds of things you to believe. He was distressed vocalizing into the stomach. Kerr came ahead. Heard one my mom. The those are the things that he repeatedly said he wanted to get out the car. He said he's sorry for what he did. He pleaded with remains i. I should pretty much died. He was asked to describe floyd's condition as time progressed as time progressive. When i first when i first seem deployed was woken. Liden sorry in his pain is distress that he was going through the more that his knee was block lease search on his neck in shimizu going on the more fluidly fade away. Slowly faded away in like the fish in the bag. You seen his eyes slowly pale out again. Slowly roll to the back is and he. So this is what i've seen is heard in You know what it was like. He was going to stress because of the knee any vocalized. It can't believe. I need to get up. And i'm sorry. And his eyes slowly rotated back. You've seen the blow out his no. You are telling me. Tell them before he stop. Speaking stomach hurts in those most of the times about movie of your life so from narrow he was lifeless. He didn't move. He didn't speak have no no more movement. Donald teared up on the stand as he listened to his nine. One one call again on cross. Show wtn's attorney eric. Nelson pointed out that in his statement to police afterwards. Donald said he really wanted to beat the shit out of the officers. Who did this. He admitted that he said that but said he wasn't angry. It was professional. He said he was then asked about things he said to show vin at the scene. You call them a tough guy. Call them a real man because them such a man. Do you call them bogus. You call them at least thirteen times. That's what you counting the video. so i counted. She got team and that was early on. Those terms grew more and more angry. Would you agree with that. They grew more more pleading for life. After you call them a bump thirteen times you call them a fucking that did you. Where did you say that. is that what you heard. I'm asking us say that you heard a. Did you call him a fucking pussy ass bech. You're asking you. did you say that. That video record so do you call them a bitch your review. Yes or no sir. That's who was in the video and at one point. You said that officer tau pushed bill. Be put his hand. Much us is what i say. He admitted he said those things but again said that he was professional. You can't pay me out to be angry. He said the next four witnesses were all minors when the incident occurred. Dr nulla frazier was up. I she was seventeen at the time and is now eighteen. Normally i would just use her first name or not. Identify her at all. But dr nella has since gone public. She was the one who had initially posted that viral video on facebook. The video that captured the attention of so many and potentially changed the entire trajectory of this case. Danila testified that she was walking towards cub foods with her little cousin when she passed a group of officers on top of someone. She walked her cousin to the door. Watched her go inside and then walked back. She described what she saw. The jury cnn on the ground and the cop kneeling down on him. Was there anything about the you get cousin to see. And what was. 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9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial
"Thirty pm on may twenty fifth two thousand twani at the intersection of east thirty eighth street and chicago avenue in minneapolis. Minnesota was the aftermath of something. Horrific that had just occurred there. Donald williams was calling nine one one of the emergency designing killing In front of chicago He is pretty noisy. Guy wasn't the rest. Yeah neck the whole time. I'll do ninety man win. Went by breathing was arrested. Nothing you've already made green light these stupid. If not responsible when the ambulance you're area cattle. Donald was talking fast. He would later say he called nine one one because he didn't know what else to do about what he had just witnessed. He told the dispatcher that he saw a police officer quote pretty much. Just kill this guy. Who wasn't resisting arrest. He had his knee and this dude's neck the whole time. He said officer nine eighty-seven referring to the officer's badge number he had seen. He said the man hadn't been resisting that he was already in handcuffs when the officer knelt on him pinning him down on the ground then. The man stopped breathing and was non responsive when the ambulance came he said. Would you like to speak with us sergeant. That would go. What a wasn't the rest for. Let me get you over to the best thing for thing. Don't be his own off. Duty firefighter day. Your washing it. As well jacob go the one person he told the dispatcher he had been standing there watching with a woman who was an off duty firefighter. That woman told the officer to check the man for a pulse. He said but the officer refused
"donald williams" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"In question and produce more value. And as America swims and unused vaccines. India recorded a million covert 19 cases over the last three days, pushing the total number there in the country to more than 18 million since the beginning of the pandemic, according to India's Health Ministry, the country receiving aid from across the globe. The White House overnight, unveiling its plans to help India, which is in the midst of that record breaking surge. It's really overwhelmed. Ah hospital systems are collapsing. Authorities say the majority of those dying are doing dying because of lack of oxygen. So in addition to $100 million in aid, the U. S. Is sending various supplies, including 1100, oxygen cylinders and 1700, oxygen concentrators and 15 million masks and other materials that will allow India to produce over 20 million Oxford, AstraZeneca. Covert 19 vaccines. Juror who cast one of the unanimous votes to convict former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show went in the death of George Floyd said deliberations were relaxed and methodical. Is he and 11 other jurors quickly talk their way to agreement in parts of just two days. Brandon Mitchell is the first juror to deliberate to come forward since Chauhan was convicted April 20th of 2nd and 3rd degree murder and second degree manslaughter. I think as a whole as a whole jury, I think Dr Tobin was the biggest most most of influential witness. Out of everybody for me personally. Donald Williams was another person.
"donald williams" Discussed on KOMO
"Will call for raising taxes on the wealthiest Americans to help pay for his American families plan. He's expected to talk about the $1.8 trillion plan when he addresses a joint session of Congress. That measure would invest billions in child care, paid family leave and education. The sentencing date for former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show. Vinnie is moving to June 25th because of a scheduling conflict. Last week, a jury found showman guilty on all three charges in the killing of George Floyd. The Minnesota law dictates that Sheldon can only be sentenced on the most serious charge. That's second degree murder, and it carries a maximum sentence of 40 years, But experts believe he'll get much less. And now we're hearing from one of the jurors and ABC is Robin Roberts has more Brandon Mitchell. Was one of 12 who found show been guilty on all three charges that led to the former police officers. Conviction for the murder. Ah, George Floyd. I spoke to Brandon just moments ago. Good morning brand and thank you for your willingness to To share with us what went on inside. That jury room and the deliberations plays. Tell us first I want to start up. I send my condolences to the Floyd family haven't got a chance to do that publicly. So I want to do that first foremost. Another deliberation room. It was pretty much for the most part of a straightforward There were a few hiccups with, you know, terminology and understanding exactly what the instructions were for each case. Blacks are for the most part. We got it. We got out. There wasn't too much banter back and forth was there one juror, though, on one of the lesser charges? That was the hold out for a while? Yes, I mean, We probably deliberated for four hours. And of that four hours it was it was. I guess we were going over more so the terminology that was being used to make sure that We understood exactly what was being asked. I think the one juror that was kind of I won't say slowing us down. But, um, was being Delicate with the process more so, um Was just kind of Ah. Hung up on a few words within within the instructions just wanted to make sure that they got it right. And so how were you able, and that's how you were able to convince this particular juror Clarification. Yes. So, um Yes. So we just kind of went around the room. He broke down. We literally broke down. The census is a broke down the words and with the meetings where, um, just described it several different ways from different perspectives. Um, until we came for the common conclusion. Brandon Mitchell. You know that there are some people who believe that the racial climate and the protests in the streets may have impacted the deliberations. Does that ever discussed And was that an issue at all? We weren't watching the news, so we don't know what was going on. We were really just locked in on the case. There was so much stress coming from the case. E mean, those things that are so secondary because you're literally Throughout the trial. You're watching somebody died on a daily basis, so that stress alone Is enough to Take your mind away from whatever's going on outside of the four walls of the courtroom, and that was that was not even Wasn't even something. Listen any never minds anything. So what was the impact? That nine minute 29 2nd video and was that the difference maker? The video is is it's a historic video video. Unfortunately on the scene, the multiple angles ever from the body cams from the other the other cell phones. It was probably the most important piece of evidence. Was there Any testimony was one piece of testimony for you. That made a difference. Yes, So for me, I'll say, I'll say two for sure. Donald Williams. Just you know this how he spoke about everything. And Dr Tobin. I think once Dr Tobin got on the stand and the way he spoke and the details that he gave in the way he gave the details. Um, I thought that really solidified the prosecution's case. Eric show they're not taking the stand. Did that have an impact, not hearing from him. The former officer, you know, it probably apologize to his detriment that he didn't take the same because people were curious on what his thoughts were throughout the entire incident. That's Brandon Mitchell, one of the jurors from the Derrick Show. Vin Trial. Speaking with ABC is Robin Roberts Co Moh news time. 7 21. It's time for the Propel Insurance Money Update this morning. And rent prices in Seattle continue to rise. The latest report from apartment list shows an average increase of about 3.5% in the past month show. Seattle has the fifth highest increase in rental prices among the 100 largest cities in the country. But compared to the same time a year ago, Rent prices in the city are still down. Nearly 15%. Netflix is announcing a new feature called Play Something that will allow you to shuffle through suggested movies and TV shows. 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"donald williams" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Feed because she was a minor at the time of his death. When i look at george floyd luke. My brother cousin uncle because they are all plaque. I have black brother have friends. And i look at that and i look at how that could have been one of them been nice. I stated apologizing for not doing more and these interacting in his life. It's not what absolute he's now eighteen year old daughter. Neyla frazier testifying at the trial of derek chauvin. Who she says should have saved. George floyd life the next martial artists donald williams who also witnessed floyd's death told prosecutor matthew frank. He called nine one one. After seeing chauvin put floyd and what williams had earlier called a blood choke at some point. Did you make a nine one one. Call that is correct Why did you do that. Because i believe i witness a murder and so are you felt the need to call the lawyers for officer. Derek chauvin attempted to counter the moving accounts by portraying the eye witnesses to george. Floyd death is being part of an angry mob but another one of the eye. Witnesses was an off duty firefighter. Emt genevieve hansen told prosecutor michael frank. She urged the police officers to check. George floyd pulses. He lay motionless on the ground. I also offered in my memory. I offered to walk. Walk them through it or them. If he doesn't have a pulse you need to start compressions and that wasn't done either. This are these things that you wanted to do. It would what. I would have done for anybody when you couldn't do that. How did that make you feel totally distress. Frustrated minneapolis fighter fire and ems genevieve. Hanson broke down in tears as she recalled. Seeing george floyd die and being prevented from helping him visit democracy now dot org to see all of our coverage on the police killing of george. Floyd brazil is facing mounting public health and political crisis on tuesday brazil recorded nearly thirty eight hundred new covid nineteen deaths its highest daily death toll yet. Meanwhile the heads of brazil's army navy and airforce all quit in an unprecedented move a day. After brazil's far-right presidential bolsonaro ousted his defense minister. As part of a broader cabinet shakeup developments. Have alarmed many in brazil. Who believed bolsonaro. Who is a former army. Captain will install ultra loyalist to the military post to consolidate his power at of next year's election when he's expected to be challenged by former president. Louis in osceola to silva the us covid nineteen death. Toll has topped five hundred fifty thousand by far the highest in the world. The true figure is likely far higher. A new study in american journal of public health suggests florida's undercounted. The number of cova deaths by thousands. This comes as arkansas has become the latest state to lift. Its statewide mask. Mandate ignoring calls by president biden for states to keep restrictions in places. Cova cases are rising and twenty six states in vaccine news. Pfizer has announced clinical trials. Show its covid. Nineteen vaccine is a hundred percent effective for youths between the ages of twelve and fifteen. Meanwhile the new york times has revealed. Nyu langone health. A major hospital system in new york city has set aside cova vaccine solely for employees of bloomberg. Which is run by the billionaire. Former mayor of new york mike bloomberg. The news comes just weeks after bloomberg philanthropies gave another part of nyu. That's new york university. A twenty five million dollar donation. In international news palestinian authorities have received one hundred thousand vaccine doses from china. In a boost to efforts to vaccinate the three million palestinians living in the west spank while vaccinated more than half of its population. It has largely refused to vaccinate palestinians. Except for some who work in israel. Or in the illegal settlements. The white house has unveiled a two trillion dollar jobs plan to help address the nation's deteriorating infrastructure it includes over six hundred fifty billion dollars for roads bridges railways and ports over three hundred billion dollars for housing infrastructure three hundred billion dollars for domestic manufacturing and billions for modernizing the electric power grid expanding broadband and eliminating lead pipes and drinking water systems to pay for the plan. President biden wants to increase the corporate tax rate from twenty one to twenty eight percent. Federal tax breaks for fossil fuel companies and crackdown on corporate tax attorney. Since a grand jury in texas is indicted. Two former police deputies on second degree manslaughter. Charges for killing javier ambler forty year. Old african american man. Ambler tasers to death in austin in march of two thousand and nineteen after being pulled over for not dimming his headlights for oncoming traffic as he was dying ambler said quote. I have congestive heart failure. And i can't breathe. Bail has been set at one hundred fifty thousand dollars for the two deputies. James johnson and zachary camden to police officers. The capital who were injured in the january six insurrection have sued former president trump for inciting and directing the right wing rioters. Meanwhile republicans are continuing to embrace backers of the violent insurrection. Videos emerged showing stewart roads. The founder of the far right group oath keepers spoken an official republican event in texas march. Twenty six in the border town of laredo. Other speakers at the event included texas republican party. Chairman alan west over a dozen members of the oath keepers have been charged with conspiracy for attacking the us capitol a warning to our audience. 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"donald williams" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Trial of former minneapolis. Police officer derek. Chauvin is entering its third day. Chauvin faces murder and manslaughter. Charges for killing. George floyd last may by kneeling on his neck for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds on tuesday jurors her chilling testimony from witnesses including darnell frazier. Who is just seventeen years old when you used her cell phone to film the killing of floyd her image was not broadcast on the court television feed because she was a minor at the time of his death. When i look at george floyd luke. My brother cousin uncle because they are all plaque. I have black brother have friends. And i look at that and i look at how that could have been one of them been nice. I stated apologizing for not doing more and these interacting in his life. It's not what absolute he's now eighteen year old daughter. Neyla frazier testifying at the trial of derek chauvin. Who she says should have saved. George floyd
Derek Chauvin trial: MMA fighter Donald Williams' testimony
"Murder trial heard emotional testimony from several witnesses. On tuesday former wrestler donald williams said he tried to convince then officer chauvin to stop kneeling. On george floyd's neck williams told state prosecutor matthew frank. He became so frustrated that he called nine one one. I believe i witnessed a murder and so are you felt a need to call the police. These days there were police. They're right there. They're police there. Why don't you just talk to them about it. I believe that they i just. We just didn't have no connection. I spoke to them but not on a connection or human being relationship defense attorneys hope to convince the jury that pre existing issues and not chauvin killed. Floyd florida congressman. Matt
Witnesses to George Floyd arrest testify at Derek Chauvin trial
"Of former police officer Derrick Show been accused of murdering George Floyd. ABC is legal analysts Royal Oak says martial artist Donald Williams was back on the stand today and there was some contentious cross examination. He witnessed the death, he said. Floyd was in tremendous pain gasping for air. But the cross examination focused on his lack of knowledge of medical aid and Police training and, in fact, the defense attorney got him to say that he was pretty angry and and accused Williams of saying that he hoped that the officer would shoot himself, so it was not a pleasant time on the stand. Or you'll
Chauvin’s Defense Takes Aim at Mixed Martial Artist Donald Williams II
"Former Minneapolis police officer continues. Derek Shobin is accused of kneeling on George Floyd for more than nine minutes. Last May, Donald Williams saw what was happening and called 911. He says What show Vin did was murder or you're scared for your son? Yes, I was totally scared for my safety and the people around him. There was also testimony today from a young woman who took the widely seen cell phone video of the incident. Police officer killed in last
Chauvin Trial Updates: A Second Day of Witness Testimony
"Sheldon Murder trial is resuming in Minneapolis and other day of testimony from those who witness George Floyd's death expected. Donald Williams testified yesterday he saw Floyd struggling for air and that he and others have told Sheldon to stop restraining him.
Disturbing Testimony in Trial of Ex-Cop Who Killed George Floyd
"Two of the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin will get underway later this morning. He's facing murder charges in the death of George Floyd after video showed him with his neon Floyd snack. Correspondent Jill NATO reports on day one of trial more testimony's expected today from witness Donald Williams, who told jurors during the first day of the trial Monday What he heard from George Floyd as show Vin and Pin Floyd to the ground. My stomach er I can't breathe. My head hurts, I want my mom said that Floyd soon after faded away. But defense attorney Eric Nilsson said use of force is not attractive. But it is being necessary component of policing. The defense also said drugs found in Floyd system may have been a factor in his death
Witness describes seeing Floyd 'slowly fade away'
"I'm Julie Walker it's day two in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing George Floyd if it's anything like yesterday we can expect to see more of that video showing Derek showbiz knee on Floyd's next witness Donald Williams will be back on the stand to continue his testimony the former wrestler who used choke holds in his matches described what he saw Chauvin due to Floyd Moore that he didn't he would block police search on his neck KJV is going on the more you seen slowly fade away the defense says Chauvin did what he was trained to do and Floyd to drug use killed audio courtesy of court TV I'm Julie Walker
Derek Chauvin's Trial in Death of George Floyd Begins With Infamous Video
"Prosecutors in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd featured bystander video in the first few minutes of the trial. You know Donald Williams is the security guard and martial arts fighter, Williams said. It looked to him like ploys. Blood was being cut off or you see Floyd Fade away slowly fade away. And like the fish in the bag, the evidence to call made by Minneapolis 911 dispatcher Jenna Scurry to the sergeant on duty, but we have the cameras up for 3 20 scholars, storytellers prosecutor Matthew Frank. Her instincts told her something was wrong. But she also told defense attorney Eric Nelson that she could see be a surveillance video. The squad car shaking as responding officers startled and failed to put George Floyd
Prosecutors Accuse Derek Chauvin of Killing George Floyd as Trial Starts
"Prosecutors say former minneapolis. Police officer derek. Chauvin used excessive force during the arrest of george floyd as matt subject of minnesota public radio reports opening statements in wtn's murder trial. We're delivered today prosecutor. Jerry blackwell played video of the incident and said chauvin prestige knee into floyd's neck for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds while he was handcuffed even after he'd lost consciousness mr chevette continues on as he had the on the neck. The on the back those not let up. He does not get a defense attorney. Eric nelson told jurors that they'll hear more evidence beyond the video and said chauvin did exactly what he'd been trained to do. The use of force is not attractive but it is a necessary component of police jurors also heard from donald williams. A witness seen in police video pleading with chauvin to get off of floyd's
Disturbing testimony in trial of ex-cop in George Floyd's death
"Is over in the first day of the trial of Derrick Show. Vin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged with 2nd and 3rd degree murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd Show been captured on videotape kneeling on Floyd's neck. Among the first to take the stand was Donald Williams, a bystander who can be heard on video criticizing police for the way they handled the situation's vocalizing. It's the officer, he said. My stomach her. I can't breathe. My head hurts. I want my mom Sheldon's attorney, stressing that the evidence is far greater than nine minutes and 29 seconds of
"donald williams" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"By a statement on one Michigan football starts, it is 10 days away from the six month mark, I said Two days. I was looking at the rocks that went in down, which is as Jake from Ann Arbor, and he gives us the whole day. The entire countdown. Jacob. Brother. Hey, Jake, if you out there, let Dennis no 734 not at 18 50. Let's go to Philly Eat Now we know you have a Mount Rushmore. Hell, yeah, you can be You got to. Hey, listen, boys, you only say things about there's a lot of these guys that never really got a chance to see him play. You have to have Cassie on there. Yeah, He represents the rust the run that they made in the sixties, and he's probably The face of the program, You know, let me such is my opinion. Rudy t. His numbers are almost. I mean, they're right there with Cassie. The only downside the Rudy Keys. He didn't really play on any good teams. I think there was one team that broke 500 the other two. I only think they approached. Why were they were near 500, But there were 500 team. Glen Rice. 184 points in the tourney broke, though Bradley's record we won the championship and he was absolutely deadly lights out from three probably my crowning moment as a Michigan basketball fan without question. And I'm gonna throw in Ricky Green. I think he's the best representative from that run that they made, you know, in 76 77, you know. I would probably take him over Harvard like guards. Better for one, um It's a shame that they they ran into, you know, an undefeated team still the less undefeated team by you, and they got upset by cornbread Maxwell the following year, and that kind of put a damper on things. Um I didn't have a representative from the staff five because I think they're I look at them as a collective unit. However, I am going to go out and this is my hot take if I took the best individual player from that side, five group I will take Juwan Howard his junior year now. I wasn't Jalen Rose guy, but by the time 1994 rolled around, and whoever was gone, I would have to say Tawan Howard his last year 1994, and they got knocked out by Arkansas game that they almost and remember now that was coral swims and and and that one in the whole thing. No one was on stoppable absolutely unstoppable his last year, so out of that whole group, I would take him. But I'm that can put him in the Mount Rushmore on the answer The question the greatest Ohio State Michigan basketball game. It's not even close. Are you kidding me? 1992 the Fab Five We got swept in the regular season We ran in the Funderburke. Jimmy J in a regional finals, and we beat him thanks to a little help from Christian who shot them out of the game. Are you kidding me? That is without question. The best. Michigan Ohio State basketball game? No doubt. No doubt. That's why I thought Hadley was just asking Michigan Ohio State games and that was the one that I don't know if all go find any other ones like you go in the regular season or something, but Yeah, that one for sure. Southeast regional final Yeah, and I'll be honest with you guys. I know they never wanted, but they made it to finals and they only stayed together two years, But if they get eliminated that day, I don't think their legacy changes. I really think it does. You know, if they get eliminated in the final eight, they probably have to go and beat North Carolina the next year to kind of have the status that they have. Now That's just my personal feeling on it. And last week, I I will take ready drum roll. I will take the 2018 basketball team. I love the run. Think about the guys. They wanted to the Breslin. My man did that behind the back, Wagner and you know, he just made to do look silly. What was his name? Nick. And what was his name? What was that guy who defend it was his name. Oh, thank you. I can't think of his name because it's not important. And then when, you know what did we backed it up? We smoked them again up in the up in New York City for the big 10 attorney. I just love that team that won the big 10 tourney. Um Its course. The only bad thing is, you know, don't ever goes and has a night and, you know, you know, I argue with people around here, you know, deep in chance of scores 31 that night. He was a basically a six man, right? Now our sixth man was the sharp board of the sharpshooters we ever had. Who's just lighten it up for for the Miami heat right now, do you realize, um He registered the goose egg that night. Does anybody realize that? No, And that's why it's hard to put them as the one team here in the 21st century because the Of the way that they played against Villanova. That's why the team that you would look at the tray Burke team that played against Louisville who the way that you know how close that game Woz and this again, they got robbed that calls that night. No doubt about it was the big last year that you're talking about Nick, my ankles just playing together. Ward. Yeah. Yeah, he fell to the ground Put Duncan Robinson registers a doughnut in the national championship. And if he just scored 10, and if Beaven Chan's Oh scores his usual 12 were 10. Instead of exploding for 31. That's probably a different game, too. But, you know, you know one thing about Championship games Michigan when you go through there, it's a good call Bailey because DiVincenzo the Handcock kid from Louisville, who was that North Carolina shooter, Donald Williams. He went off for like, and that And that game the time out game. What did he had 32 27 points and that's why we lost because we were better than that team. And you got away and scores 27 out of nowhere. Yeah. Leslie, I gotta remember. Now you remember that that 2018 team won 33 games? I think it's Yeah Record is not 17 in a row that was program records as well. And I was strung out one more guy, and then I'll let you guys go. I absolutely I wish he would still be around Champa Rockman. I absolutely love that dude coach's son. That his facial expression never changed. He was just solid, man. I just love that, dude. Uh, I wish she had eight years of eligibility. And there's a dude that's just kind of flew under the radar, his whole career, But I'm gonna tell you right now, Mohammed Ali do rock mind what a great kid would a great player poster child for Michigan basketball with that question? Especially the B liner. Go blue. You guys take care. Bag. 734 99 10 50. Let's go to Jake. Any Ann Arbor? What up, Jake? What a greedy it'll be a Michigan worry. I only want to say is, um, being Wayne Sterritt, innit? Enjoying Howard finishing it? I want to give a big congrats l to the players coming in nature there straight players coming in. It's on the McDonald's All Americans won Game one play one more time. I'll hang up the missing go blue hair loose. I'll hang up and listen to blues. Thanks, Jack. Jack, go right and then and then she told me, J told me off the area, said there's 109. There's 109 2 awesome days until Michigan takes on Western under 92. Dennis. I didn't need to Lots of days..
"donald williams" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Sports all right thank you very much Tony maybe try to help the V. H. away from the corona virus though there are several sports stories related to the corona virus the most one of them being the National Football League is beginning the process of canceling the twenty twenty interferometers and moving into a studio only setting yesterday the details of a memo sent by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to the league's owners last week shows the early steps of moving the draft out of concern over the spread of the cover nineteen coronavirus the league is now looking at technology to try holding the draft with cameras set up the team's headquarters there's no word yet if the National Football League will move the date of the draft which is currently scheduled for April twenty third through April twenty fifth meanwhile the but what Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin relinquish his number twelve Jersey in favor of Tom Brady who signed with the team last week while he said he'll let Brady decide if he wants to keep number twelve you know I was I'm very passionate about the you know the numbers some not bad why since I was in high school but you know at the end of the day you know it's it's it's if you don't want it then I'll keep it but you know if he does then you know I just out of respect to everything he's accomplished and everything he's done you know I would kind of have to defer to him the hard to see Brady without the one and two on his chest the NBA plans to play to pay its players through April first but that could be it there's a provision in the collective bargaining agreement that allows teams with all part of a player's salary due to catastrophic circumstances we will announce its official plans before April fifteenth which is the next pay date and it's these times where there's not really a whole lot of sports but people tend to come up with crazy kinda list Jeff Sheppard works as a financial planner now unease over two decades removed the time help Kentucky when the NC double a tournament nineteen ninety eight well shepherd is now one of several people were named most outstanding player of the respective final fours but didn't have long NBA a plane click careers that list also includes Indiana's Keith smart Arizona's miles Simon and north Carolina's Donald Williams among others since craze when start thing those names that you forget all about India university of Kentucky women's basketball star Ryan Howard has been named one of four finalists for the twenty twenty so the citizen's Naismith trophy that recognizes the most outstanding women's college basketball player of the year Howard is looking to become the first Kentucky player to win the prestigious award well she is believed to be the first to make the top four finalist for that said a word Howard would become only the fifth sophomore to take home the honors with the most being Yukon's Brianna Stewart who won the first of her three trophies in twenty fifteen university of Laval for Jordan Moore has been named to the Associated Press twenty twenty all American men's basketball team that is a third team selection wars the cardinals twenty first all American selection in the first since Russ Smith was a consensus first team all American in two thousand and fourteen war that was the only player now to rank among the ACC's top ten in scoring rebounding free throw percentage field goal percentage and three point attempts per game there you go you're up to date now at newsradio eight.
"donald williams" Discussed on KGO 810
"Cocktails postgame part bites you know lounge and restaurant come enjoy a four star hotel in my own experience there's the ball back to work on offense now move much right miss half Austin with gold reserves website now you're going down to the baseline is what orders three south ballgame cats in the paint shop off the front the ram ends up being short L. B. with the rebound bring it back watching state over the role in the second half the ball of hands Williams no good Andre Kelley who's been really good on the boards recently so here's another one still thirty four twenty seven there is no visitation Bradley Maddox top cannon on in that drive in in and now in in house Bradley on his drive to the rack a little hesitation there right about the Canada off balance there's a limit on on the baseline Austin with the ball goes to Kelly and it's gonna be a foul Donald Williams news make little hand off Moses was recently found I did go through there and there was a good call sometimes you do that just to send a message to a guy too I don't think that was the that was the instance there Boston dribbling excited south dream at top Passover eight seasons which left wing grant guard by elevating back it out now Austin majors past Austin catches celery through the lane and finished just before the right at the rack in a whisker before shot clock expired thirty six twenty seven Williams doubling right on the state logo now with the with the right wing Paul is get delivery right elbow elevating one bounce in the step back on the rain no good and it's gonna be thou on the antis which will be on the arm fifteen fifty nine to go in the ball game here in Washington state help thirty six twenty seven well driven by your northern California Toyota dealership near field I am G. you're in charge of hiring and indeed has solutions like online skills test which led a candidate show that they're the right hire indeed will also give you the sticky frog which will suddenly lose and stick to the face of a perfect higher yeah okay there's no sticky frog but skills tests that's for sure see why independent research by Silk Road chose indeed delivers three times more hires than any other job site visit indeed dot com slash promo today and get a free sponsor job upgrade on your first posting terms conditions and exclusions apply.
"donald williams" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"How big the fish was okay. how big was your bare couldn't did more than nine ten feet tall stop it what nine ten feet tall now she's like five feet tall says she now are you getting her stuff to stand squarely in your house no ma'am she's being turned into a rug as we speak what about hearing in my head right now. that's to be there you go thanks. bring pictures when she's all stuffed and scary yeah yeah you're making a rug out of her yeah yes and no and we're gonna have. burgers by the end of the week okay or count on that what is the word of the day please Dave. yeah are you on a long. while we can up a word the word yesterday fell yesterday night and all my guess new yesterday's word of the day wow crazy yes Dave. what did come here come here just bring bring them here running your. question while we're waiting we'll Jules leotard invented leotards and what else Palade is we frequently involves leotards tools leotard you say parties across Iraq aerobic type the answer is no the flying trapeze act is what Jean Jules leotard. okay let's already today Dave can you hear me now I can go ahead can you hear us yes no I can't. you really can't okay the the word of the day is a verb Hey it is slumber S. L. U. B. B. E. R. I'm gonna say it's too full on over someone you really slumber all over them. okay that Donald Williams invented in that movie that's Flubber. my bad. is it a like kind of moves slowly to move slowly. no actually. no exactly the opposite. click to perform hastily oral care Leslie okay what's our jeopardy category. are we. you were walking down the aisle Cameron announced. the category for today classic cartoon. alright here we go this characters that's..
"donald williams" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"We Tweety wine and thirty five traffic is slowing at posted. Speeds bet a ten minute drive. I'm Eunice Garcia for NewsRadio twelve hundred w away. I. Partly cloudy skies today tomorrow and on Sunday, very slim chance of rain today. Decent chance tomorrow slam chance on Sunday. Today's high about eighty five eighty tomorrow and back around eighty five again on Sunday. It's official Jeff Bezos and his wife MacKenzie of finalize their divorce. The line to ask her out on a dinner day forms to the right rich. She is now the third richest woman in the world. Spurs flashback coming up before six thirty. This was the day three years ago today. Tim Duncan was a part of victory. Number one thousand is one thousand victory is a member of the Mars. We will begin the day as we always do back in the day on the day fifth day of April two hundred twenty seven years ago. Seventeen ninety two President George Washington exercised his first veto shooting down a Bill that unfairly divided seats in the house of representatives fifty four years ago. Nineteen sixty five. Chinchilla chip Kim Torri us we lucky. As blunt cake. It was on this. Before years ago. Julie Andrews won best actress for Mary Poppins, and Tim Tim Cherie won the Oscar for best original song. Nineteen Eighty-four Kareem Abdul Jabbar became the all time NBA regular season scoring leader. Breaking the record previously held by some guy named Wilt Chamberlain. This was the day. Nineteen Ninety-three in CW basketball championship North Carolina against Michigan. Chris Webber called for a time out in Michigan didn't have any technical foul was assessed. Donald Williams went to the free throw line for North Carolina and hit p free throws to win the game seventeen years ago. Allison.
"donald williams" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Dallas skyline. High school has been placed on administrative leave and is under investigation after a watchdog website posted a profile of him and his alleged connections to a white supremacist group known as identity your rope up. Now WFAN TV says the man's name is Steven aren't Quist the Dallas set up in school districts in a statement saying that Dallas ISD. Was made aware of the information circulating regarding alleged social media posts and comments by a skyline high school teacher. The employees have been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. Mansfield ISD's working with Twitter to get a racist video removed and Mayas de officials say a lake ridge high school student will soon face consequences after posting a black face video on social media. The video shows the student wearing black faith paint and using a racial slur, associate superintendent, Donald Williams says this behavior will not be tolerated. And does not reflect the district is since the video was posted off campus. Williams says the students punishment will be according to the student code of conduct. Kaplan, Zeier WBZ news. Former Dallas mayor pro tem to incur way will be sentenced tomorrow on federal corruption charges. He pled guilty last year to accepting for fifty thousand dollars in bribes and kickbacks scheme that led to the downfall of Dallas county. Schools again, clear overnight for the most part Luis should be fifty nine sixty five right now in Fort Worth from the WBZ news desk. I'm Mickey Briggs. Your next update will be at eleven thirty twenty four seven coverage is WBZ AP dot com..
"donald williams" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Nobody's catching him. He's having flag football touchdowns. He's up the gut, and he's gone isn't done it since week one though saquon Barkley he's been doing it week one. I understand that. Here's another one for you. I got one more game Quinton Nelson. You wanna make Aaron Donald MVP? I do. Okay. Then you need to talk about Quinton Nelson. His offensive rookie of the year a guard. Team's gotta make the playoffs. Saquon bark is not making the playoffs. Why does it have to be Quinton Nelson has to make Gwen Nelson is much better for a lineman to make to to make hay war? And now, you're just now you're I'll totally that guy in the pool just flailing for the fly on the wall. Totally admit linemen bias. But you're the one who was pounding the table for Aaron Donald William VP of the day. So if a defensive tackle should be in the mix for play writing on single season sack record this offense. There are. No, there are no metrics fr- lime and other than holding penalties. His there, right, right? Which is why it stuff but Andrew luck being kept upright for as long as he's been kept upright during that stretch of three touchdown passes for eight straight games. Three a more for eight straight games. Throwing Clinton Nelson out there. I'm not we're not missing anybody. Are we for offense rookie rookie of the year? Because we're all focused on defensive rookie of the year would late Vander, as, you know, remaining players German James is James. Yeah. And ward, there's Leonard dairies Leonard. You mentioned Mike McCarthy's talked to the Packers doing any more details on that. Mark Murphy was on local radio and said he spoke to the team yesterday. That was good. I think Mike wanted some closure with the players and some of the other coaches to be able to thank them and say goodbye to them as well. So there were no no details. Somebody actually said. Mccoy he said he might McCarthy's probably gonna lay low and try to finish this professional chapter on the high road. What does that mean lay low lay low on the high road? Not sure. Professional chapters at Mark Murphy said well, this professional chapter is going to be. Somewhere next year. You look at right now. The jets are going to have a new coach the. Bengals are going to have a new coach the Browns are gonna have a new coach, right? The ravens could have new coach they think Bengals new coach please come on. Now. Come on. Now, we've been saying Bengals new coach for five years. Ian Rappaport on game day morning this past Sunday. Had a report that Marvin. Louis is on the hot seat in Cincinnati. Okay. That that this is that there that this is, you know, now. Now, it's I said on the air in the history of the NFL network are fifteen years Marvin Lewis has now cemented has lead from most on the hot seat stories in the history of the NFL network. Nobody has had his name. I mean like groundhog day. What year is it? This is finally going to happen. Unfortunately in Cincinnati, Marvin Lewis will get a job if you want it to coordinate somebody's defense somewhere. That is. Absolutely. The guy would hire in two seconds flat. Does that mean any Dalton's not coming back possible? They blow the whole thing up. Well, it all depends on what? Hugh Jackson wants. It's possible. The jaguars. Obviously marrone. I think has a huge advocate in in Tom Coughlin who was on local radio there and did not mention at all about the whistle being shot, one whistle shy. The both things that went wrong. Never never said. Coaching problem? You mentioned cardinals while not that's just I'm just going through the AFC row. Sorry. The NFC's new. There will be no coaching changes the NFC west. The cardinals are I don't think they're going to bounce them. I do not and making that choice right now. I think they don't. And then in the NFC north Packers, obviously have one. Then won't bounce Matt Patricia they won't want. It done him. Wouldn't that be something? How would be something? And then I think Dirk cut rates it. Unfortunately in Tampa. I think that they have very little patients there. New quarterback there next year. Possibly may have one too. Because that that owners got an itchy trigger finger if they finish seven and nine are in and hit hit. Gimme the unlock your lock of the week. And I'm done with you. And I'm done at all. It's time for rich Eisen unluckiest..
"donald williams" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"And and jump in and then be athletes off the bounce. So I think that's where it goes. But I never even played shooting guard nothing really, not even North Carolina. I was powerful, you know, maintenance, led to the small for I was never shooting guard. So I never really took those comparisons to heart. You know, trying to be next Michael Jordan, anything like that. I just wanted to be the best Jerry Stackhouse that I could be and that wind up carbon almost a twenty year career, you know, as a professional basketball player. So, you know, whether some people look at that where you didn't, you know, reach, you know, Michael joins level or this and that and. I had the weather. My goal. My goal is to you know, try to beat the best that I can provide for my family, and I was able to do that for like I said eighteen years at the highest level and able to steal continue to be a part of the game of basketball at the highest level. You know now as a coach so man, I really have no regrets and look back in which anything, you know, they losing in the finals to to Miami really kinda sticks in my craw little bit, you know, count that that world championship eluding me over the time. But I don't know if I'd have done that would I had the passion to steal when NBA championship and and be as passionate as I am about coaching. I don't know. So I feel like everything that has happened over these last twenty five years half before reason and put me in a position to be where I'm at now still hungry still hungry to try to win. Win a world championship, and you know, not so much from my prowess on the basketball court. But now from you know, be able to use in my mind and being able to use my motivational skills and understanding of the game to to to help someone else do it. So and might be my greatest attribute in today average thirty and night in two thousand and nine. Night, bro. Scored four hundred points in one year. That is remarkable injuries injuries man toward the end. I in the middle. You know, I lost. I lost a lot of games where I felt like if you know, I was able to play those games, and you know, and be consistent as I was for year to year that easy be sitting on twenty four twenty five thousand points right now, and that's pretty much shoot, you know, shoe in as hall of fame. So I just feel like, you know, injuries can rob some of the, you know, long term things that you know, that we kinda spy for but at the end of the day, like I said, you know, I think everything happens for a reason. And and that maybe that's why I'm still here still part of the game because of all those underlying things that that happen. Good, bad or indifferent. But but there why I'm still here. Well, I I tell you what it's been just such pleasure to spend this time, man. Like what like live enjoyed it, man. Thank you for having me. It is my pleasure. And you have a great one brother and hey, good luck in the head coach hunt. You're going to get appreciate man. I appreciate it. Thank you. I can't tell you guys. What how it how it feels fills up my tank to hear that kind of insight and that kind of storytelling from guy who like I say, he's only a couple years older than me. I think stack is maybe only a year or two older than me. But I just remember watching him as such a passionate college basketball fan and watching those do Carolina games and watching those North Carolina Virginia games and just what a dominant player he was. And what a dominant group of players. They were with him. And you heard him talking about Donald Williams in Rashi Wallace and all those gas and I wanted so bad to ask him. I didn't get the chance to ask him. 'cause I felt like I was I think Travis had had gotten Jerry for twenty minutes. And I think I'm already thirty. But you heard him saying all those names, Brian Reese, and that whole lot of guys..
"donald williams" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Yeah. Man. Just the fact that they never won a game. When I was there. So that's what I take away from it. And we were they were a sheet and. At teams there for no. And but anger, actually that dad and that picture when Jeff Capel hit that three from half court, and I was standing right into the basket. And I had the perfect view of in that ball come in. You know, and funny thing everybody a lot of people think we lost that game on that shot. You know, they forget that we came into overtime, and Donna Williams, basically just with down away and took the game over and over time. But it was such a great rabbi we rob big they fought all the way back receive files out. Just just a great basketball game the bankerly ended in our favor. Donald Williams, wasn't assassin, Jerry. We We were. were. Hasty one of the biggest disappointment of in my, you know, my time they're not seeing him get drafted in NBA because at you know, probably if he'd left for year earlier, you know, at the being the most outstanding player in you know, interna the sophomore probably would have been a first round draft pick it had twenty year career fifteen twenty year career because of the way he shot the basketball. But because he came back got hurt his junior year. Dan, got banged up. Again, the senior year never really. The NBA didn't become a part of his life to feel like it. It could could have been you know, kind of bitter. Sweet, you know, when a guy drafted where she got drafted thirty four in the ninety five draft and not seeing, you know, down get drafted was was, you know, it was it was bittersweet happy excitement that we were going but see him at the sacrifice and then coming back and not come come to issue for him of of having NBA path was disappointing to say, the you noted a moment ago, the coach Smith is the greatest greatest of all time expound on his impact on your life. Jerry. What did that may and mean to your growth as a person, I think when it when it comes to my as a father figure absolutely when on that campus? You know, we know who who ran the show being Smith, and as far as growing up, obviously, I felt like my parents have done a great job raising me and. Coming someone who co Smith wanted to have a part of his program. And I think that from a basketball standpoint has being able to see the game and understand, you know, how he taught the game, you know, it translated to more so to the NBA game even to than college. I mean, I felt like we were really prepared because of the little things that might have details to just just being on time. Little details. He might have a meeting at four fifty four and not if I've o'clock at four fifty four saying just does things and making sure that you focus on being where you're supposed to be on time and doing your job, you know, playing a game a south Asli starting in the game with defense and your defense spark your office and different things like that. It was tough. My you know, that freshman year when we had that loaded team that had just come off of. Winning the national championship. And we have that group of myself or sheet, and Jeff McInnis says, you know, really touted high school class coming in. And the man it was it was a real battles there. So it was it was a opera tune ity for lessons to be to her because we didn't have to play because they were we were a deep team. So I think from that standpoint just being able to watch and and compete, and I think that's what you know, really stood out with coach he was just the fact of competing wanting to do everything he asked me to do he told me to run through, you know, those bleaches full speed out going to do it because I just believed in who he was as a coach and felt like he was would be telling me something to run through those bleaches as going to help me get better nothing all the guys that play for him kind kinda feel the same way on that same note with always heard he was the one guy that could stop 'em Jay from scoring. You being elite score..
"donald williams" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"I like to keep Mike up to up to speed on the the new music in the in the neighborhood see like. Like everybody's up to speed. So you know, we spend a lotta time yesterday talking about your Goffin Todd, Gurley, and Aaron, Donald, William. Sure. We'll touch on all that again today too. But we really didn't spend a whole bunch of time talking about how it's going to be different, four Sean McVeigh in second year, you know, because the team was so successful because they won eleven games because now they went to limit games, but they went eleven games on the heels of winning four games the year before they went from dead last in the NFL to number one in the NFL in points per game, they averaged nearly thirty points game twenty nine point nine and almost all of it is directly attributed to their rival Sean McVay and the offense that he brings in the innovation that he brought to this team. What should we expect for the second year? Because you know, if if everybody's you presume is going to get better the longer they do something. And that was his first years in NFL head coach. What are the expectations for moving forward while I mean, you look at the like you mentioned those those those numbers in. Wins. Two thousand fourteen was six, two thousand fifteen seven. Then we know the four win season of two thousand sixteen and in boom, you win eleven. So to me, was that coaching or was that players? Because a lot of people say, why didn't get the players that I wanted? You know, that would be the easy thing for coach to say, you know, it was kinda funny last year that at times people felt that Jeff Fisher was taking credit for what shows they don't all the time absolutely. Was he was trying to create, you know, we we really put the put them in a position, stop it. We knew what we have we drafted. Yeah. I mean, the one year you had him. He didn't look like, I know we didn't, but that being said, I think the expectations for this football team is you have to be better than you were a year ago, and I think that's we'll be with anything. How can you be better than you were a year ago? And the crazy part about it is this team may not win. Eleven games. That's just the way that I see it because the it's hard to win eleven game, patriots, make it look easy to go thirteen and three, twelve and four, but that's because of the division at their in. I mean, they're always going to be five and one six in their division. That's what they do. But I look at the Rams schedule this year and it. It's it's some tough places you gotta play or enough teams. You bring it on the division champ the SuperBowl champion, Philadelphia Eagles. You play Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers this year. You know, the forty Niners are going to be a tough out. I look at the Minnesota Vikings a team. That was, you know, a game away from playing. So to me, this team can win nine or ten games and still be better than they were a year ago, and that that's the honest truth because the pieces that they've added here Travis to me, they've upgraded. Now, people always say, Lascaux people ask me about what do you think about a wise anybody on the Jacksonville train because I didn't see you upgrade. Yeah, like you're good enough to get you to a conference championship game coda one and the could've won the gas to. What did you? What did you do to get better? You re signed a quarterback. Okay. Blake, Bortles Bortles wrote you loss receivers, you lost soul to me. What do you do in the off season to help you better your team? Kirk, you subscribe to the idea that you are either getting better or you're getting worse? There is, no, we're going to maintain where we are that the idea of rolling it again is not going to work that you are either making team better by changing things, adding things improving things or you're getting. Worse by staying the same or adding the wrong pieces if you're trying to stay the same. This isn't the NBA like sir teams in the NBA..
"donald williams" Discussed on Only Human
"It was hosted by an ex big band nightclub singer, and he'd have all kinds of celebrities on stage with him. John. This Mike Douglas show which was filmed in Philadelphia was watched by millions of people every day. Laundry. Nelson is a sociology professor Plum university, and she's actually written about one specific episode in February nineteen seventy-two and this particular week it would have been watched quite a lot because it was guest hosted by John Lennon and Yoko Ono Yoko on Hello. No, the mic on on this show, they've got Vivian read the actress. They've got this sketch comedy group called the ace trucking company. You're going driving movie with Betty, so was out here. She's all right. In the midst of all that John and Yoko and Mike Douglas, they turn to something really serious. There's a disease in our society today that is a major concern. Sickle cell anemia and did affects special segment of the society. Here's a young man who is a medical student and is working on being a leading authority in the field, meet Donald Williams. Done Williams had been working with the Black Panther party. You've been helping them test people for sickle cell in the California area. And we walk out on stage. He's wearing a suit and he's carrying a black briefcase full of his medical books. Really came very well. I'm primarily a student. I have to keep books with me. I see what is study. So he settles into his chair and jumps right into this really thorough detailed explanation of what sickle cell anemia is the goes all anemia as a disease of the blood to inherited disorder. The only way it can be contract cannot be contracting. The only way it can be gotten through ready. Occurs primarily in blocks. It occurs in some Jewish populations. It occurs some Turks and it's you can tell he is struggling to keep it entertaining. The trait occurs when the person is only herited. One gene from one parent for production of global s. which is the AB normal hemoglobin in sickle cell and all you fellas with those medical terms really well. Well, the name talking about sickle cell anemia is not good television. It's not sexy. It's not interesting, and it was clear, certainly a few minutes and that Mike Douglas is a little bit uncomfortable because he's a TV man, and he knows this is not good TV. What is your goal. Goal is to educate the entire by population in this country about sickle cell. What having the trait means, how it's passed on how gets disease. Can prevent it only if you prevent people with the trait from having falling in love. Right. This interview is important because it's one of the best examples we have of this pivotal moment in the nineteen seventies when sickle cell became part of the national conversation. It had come a long way since the disease was first discovered in the west in nineteen. Oh four. That's when a doctor was looking at some blood under a microscope, sees these quote, peculiar along gated red blood cells. And what he theorizes is that this isn't just some kind of novel. It's an actual new disease. This is Keith way Lou. He's a history professor at Princeton. It's really from the nineteen ten through the twenties and thirties that clinicians start to identify these sickle shaped red blood cells as being linked to particular kinds of painful episodes and painful crises, and then early childhood mortality. A lot of physicians might not have been putting kids blood under the microscope. So when they saw kids with sickle cell cominh, they might not even known. It was one condition. They would see kids coming in with pneumonia and meningitis because sickle cell Rex. Immune system. There's also something called hand foot syndrome. And basically it makes babies fingers toes swell up, and it hurts so bad that sometimes babies will suck on their fingers and toes just to make them feel better. It's a really common symptom of sickle cell. But back in those early days, doctors may not have really known that researchers were just starting to figure out how this disease worked inch by inch and then income..
"donald williams" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"The wrote a secular action in one possession it just feels broken presumably watched so much mbm like you should be able to do that i can't tell you how many times our standing on the court in college basketball and what you just described happen and i'm out here like really light insights way too long the caught with forty five seconds what are you would you ever since insee imagine this there's forty four seconds in the closet oh we got fouled we gotta run it out we have out remember four quarters four north carolina again what if forecourt what is this if you look back at some of those gave you like what am watching right now this is the vote is not knowing trying to put the ball the basket by the way no shave north carolina who plays against michigan tonight first time vera square shock to their squad donald williams who put the smack down on us george lynch eric montross the great dean smith but afterwards when he was trying to go after friday's waiting in line now back to my initial store because the rules are so very different and you're talking about zone here's one thing that we didn't mention deaths distinctly different in high school and college did you can't do an nba you can stand to do right in front of the basket any never has to bowl zack especially if you have it especially in high school via of a guy who's like six eight six nine.