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Fresh update on "donovan" discussed on On The House with The Carey Brothers
"Things go. Well, that was David Dyson. I'm Michael morale. I think this is one of the most important episodes we have done. And because of that, I want to add A few personal thoughts. 1st 9 11 in many ways return CIA to its World War two routes. To the days of the Office of Strategic Services. And intelligence officers went deep behind enemy lines to collect intelligence. And to help defeat the enemy clandestinely. This way. David Taison and Mike Spann. We're no different from the heroes of the O s s. People like wild Bill Donovan, who had become the first director of CIA, Richard Helms, who found himself in Hitler's bunker at the end of the war and who would also become CIA director and my long time friend, the now deceased ambassador. Human Come, Marie. Who jumped into Normandy on D Day, was shot in the leg and suffered from a limp for the rest of his life. Second with regard to 9 11. We talk a lot as a society about first responders. And in that context, we typically mean the police. The firefighters and the paramedics who ran toward the twin towers in New York. Toward the damage. Pentagon. Toward the crash site of flight 93 in Pennsylvania. All of those people are indeed first responders. I often find myself thinking that the CIA officers who were on the ground in Afghanistan just two weeks after 9 11, where themselves first responders. And I think we need to think about them that way. Answered, and finally David in Mike's Story shows all the reasons why the CIA is so special. Why it's a national treasure. CIA is amazingly agile. No other organization in the U. S government could have put people on the ground in Afghanistan as fast the CIA did. After 9 11. CIA is filled with people like David and my cures committed And dedicated as one could possibly be, even as they leave their families behind and walk into danger. And the CIA is itself a family. One that draws people in, cares for them and never forgets about them. In fact, I'm sure there is not a day that goes by where someone currently serving. In the CIA does not talk about where does not think about what happened to David Taison and Mike Spann on November 25th 2001 thing. This has been intelligence.
NBA free agency: Jayson Tatum agrees to extension with Boston Celtics and Gordon Hayward's big move to Charlotte Hornets
"Let me run the floor through a bunch of nba moves. That got made yesterday in case you didn't see this. There was a bunch of stuff and it begins with huge money for jason tatum and the celtics. He's agreed to a five year extension with boston for at least a hundred and sixty three million dollars with incentives. It goes up to that number. You see there of one hundred ninety five twenty. Two years old made his first all star team last year. Lead boston to the conference. Finals were also getting paid gordon hayward now the former celtic signs of four year one hundred twenty million dollar contract with charlie. He spent three mostly disappointing seasons in boston. End up missing one hundred and forty two games because of injuries after missing just forty two his first seven years in utah and speaking of utah. Donovan mitchell a five year extension with the jazz. That could be worth as much as one hundred ninety million dollars. Submitting his star status in the orlando bubbly average. Nearly thirty seven a game in utah. Seven game a playoff series loss to the nuggets celebrated the new contract with the dive into the
Boston Celtics, Jayson Tatum agree to max rookie extension worth up to $195M
"The potential 2021 free agent as agreed today to a five year $195 million extension with the Celtics, Jason average 23 a half points per game this past season. Donovan Mitchell also agrees to
NBA Draft Rumor Mill
"Two thousand and twenty. Nba draft rumors whether those trade rumors talking about where we're hearing particular players going. We've talked about all the big names already. We've talked about hard and we talked about chris. Paul we've talked about dennis schroder. We've talked about russell westbrook. We talked about minnesota. We talked about golden state. We talked about charlotte. The bulls are sitting there at four. And it's been really interesting. Dinnie obvious name's been floated about. I've heard from multiple sources that that is sheer speculation because of their general manager. Who's an international guy. And what he did in. Denver has nothing to actually do connected with this pick. La bella ball could be there for chicago. Which would be very interesting in the back court that they currently have there. And i've heard a lot of therese albert. I'm here as well as a culture guy and one of the big things that chicago is focusing on his culture right. Now who do you see taking at ford. They have a guy. I applaud the bulls because they have really done a good job of not telegraphing. What they're doing you know they've been connected to a lot of these guys. They've done an above average job. Relative to when teams are leaky of keeping this close to the best And so it's who they end up with. I think if ball is there he makes tons of sense. That's a nice fit with you guys have and the need for a passer and the fact that there are other scorers on the roster where he's not gonna act like be the only guy who's creating anything that's a pretty nice fit so we'll see if he's there we dug into lamelo earlier so i'm not gonna harp on that fit but let's say he's not there and i think allah is a real option. I agree that some of it is the speculation but he does kinda fit their roster as well and i've heard again obi topping. Who's come up for them. A anthony grants Coach dayton was on billy donovan staff previously thunder. So they're obviously going to be well informed about top into. There's some thought that billy donovan can have some input on what they do here. But it's hard to know exactly what his type of player is is. In oklahoma city you had prestige san prestige Decisions with burst now. So how burton has come up another dark horse. I think for that spot. And i'm still not entirely sure what to make of this but it's patrick williams who i know there's at least some degree real interest there. Would they take him at four. It wouldn't be like totally crazy. At this point. It would be high for him. But i mean maybe that's their secret. They have their sleeve It's really tough for me to predict too but right now my guess would be that if there is no ball. I still lean audio. But i don't think it's like a foregone conclusion. I think people are trying to figure chicago right now. Let's talk about patrick williams because it seems to be a foregone conclusion that everybody thinks detroit's taking him it's of and so now the question is will even be there at seven which you know a few weeks ago probably would have been seen as madness. But i've heard talk that. Atlanta is interested in him. I've heard talk. That cleveland is now interested in him. The most of the talking. Cleveland centers around obi top in and dinnie omnia there. And now you're mentioning chicago at four with patrick williams heck widen on the warriors taking to. Is you know patrick williams is. This is the next upside guy right like after you talk about ball edwards and weisman. I think mini scouts see him the next guy he only averaged nine points a game at florida state but that he has this big big ceiling right that he could that he could fit into as a team. Just as a prospect. Is it possible. He's getting over hyped at this point. Do you really see him. As a player that has the next highest ceiling in this draft after ball edwards. In wiseman i have to admit like. I'm not all the way there with him. I have had him graded as a lottery. Guy for a long time towards the end the college season i was like that guy is gonna go ten to twelve. And that's where i had him now. Yeah i didn't expect this type of leap. I guess we might have predicted it because team sent to be a little bit predictable this time of year. You know the the upside guy always the guy. It's without quite john right now but yeah. I think he's very much an idea. And it's worth re-emphasizing that you know. His his body obviously is really promising in terms of how it will hold up defensively. He's going to be versatile. On that end he will have to get a little bit more agile laterally but his is. The value so young is really helpful. Obviously a big factor. You know being the youngest college player in this draft so between that and then you see flashes were really had a pull up jumper. He's did pretty well from the line. I think there's a pretty good chance. He's an above average three point shooter in now you're talking about well. Hey maybe this is a floor spacing combo forward. You can check out. He'll buck shots. He will play good team. Defense and be switchable. That's a pretty in this draft especially when we're like how do we find like even just like a high level player that case is pretty egypt's let's let's say we take that case for. I mean that's a pretty comparable high and dry or if not better. So i see it what i do it at four. I don't know but i understand why this is happening. And i think there teams that you might wanna come up and get him. And that's probably what the pushing them up. The board as well wants wants everybody found out. Detroit was the floor. Change the conversation. It really does. and there. Is this weird psychological dynamic in the draft. That i love it every year. You know jeremy because this thing takes hold oh you like him at seven now. Maybe we at six like there. Is this conversation that starts to happen with these with these boards. And so you know there's so much data and there's so much scouting that's put into this. But the psychology of the draft is the most fascinating fascinating
Thunder promote assistant Daigneault to head coach
"The thunder if promoted assistant mark Daniel to head coach he replaces Billy Donovan who is now coaching the bulls after guiding Oklahoma City to the playoffs in each of his five seasons at the helm Daniel coach the thunder's G. league team for five years posting a five seventy two winning percentage three division titles and four playoff appearances Donovan was a finalist for NBA coach of the year this past season after his squad outperformed expectations and push the rockets to seven games in the first round of the playoffs I'm Dave Ferrie
Thunder promote Daigneault to head coach
"Over in the official now in Oklahoma City, the thunder of promoting assistant Mark Dagnall to head coach. Replacing Billy Donovan. He's just 35 was there, G league head coach for five seasons before
Joe Biden addresses the nation following his victory
"Harris making history today, President Electoral Biden will be the oldest sitting U S president in history Vice President Kamala Harris. First female vice presidents and woman of color for more of our election coverage. We go to our Donovan at the 10. 10 wins Election Desk Donna After four years of the Trump presidency, Joe Biden has pledged to unify the country in his first remarks is President elect he will be the nation's 46th president. Correspondent Soccer Madani reports hours after winning the White House on his third try biting, addressed the nation deeply divided by politics and gripped by medical, economic and social terms. Oil. This is the time to heal in America. In his first remarks since defeating President Trump, Biden said he'll bring Americans together instead of dividing them. We have to stop treating your opponents as our enemies. They are not our enemies. They're Americans. He reached out to Trump supporters, saying, Let's give each other a chance, even as the president refused to concede the race and threaten him or legal action over the vote count. Soccer
Here's when new movies will air
"A film with two pretty big stars in it. Yes. Let him go with Kevin Costner and Diane Lane. You know, Kitty with the movie awards season, right around the corner. I sure hope that let him go becomes at least part of the awards conversation. Because it really is that good. Just based on the dynamic performances from Leeds stars Diane Lane and Kevin Costner, but Lesley Manville and Jeffrey Donovan shine to really the entire cast lights up this family revenge thriller that finds Kevin Costner and Diane Lane. Squaring off against the lawless family known as the wee Boys who live off the grid in the Dakotas and the three brothers were ruled by their vindictive mother, Lesley Manville, and one of the guys Will. Britain is married to their daughter in law and is abusing her and their grandson. Well, when Lane and Costner try to rescue them, But we boys start threatening them, and that gets Lane and Costner really fired up. You know, it's such a simple but dramatic story and just so very well done. And here's the other thing. Kitty. Aside from tenant, and maybe Russell Kroll's movie unhinge its the biggest movie opening directly in theaters you don't because most everything has been streaming and had limited release, And so it'll be interesting to see how big a draw Diane Lane and Kevin Costner are for theaters this weekend and beyond. But I'll tell you, you can't go wrong with this good, old fashioned Western tinged thriller. So I'm given. Let him go. Four out of four stars. Excellent. Okay. Wow. High ratings. And then what? We got a couple of two or three other ones. Maybe you could just go over. There was real quickly for a teen coming of age drama called 18 to party, and it's set in 1984 stars. Tanner Flood for Moonrise Kingdom in the Leiva Clark of TV's draft bill. I like that. I'm giving you three out of four stars and another revenge thriller called True to The Game, too. With Erica Peoples and Vivica Fox and Faith Evans. I'm giving it 3.5 out of four stars really like that one. And then there's a Swedish psychological horror film called Koko de Coco Dog, and It's just weird, but I couldn't turn away from it. Not a big recommendation. I didn't love it didn't hate it. So I'm giving it to out of four stars. But you
Carson Wentz is the first Philadelphia Eagles QB to not have a passer rating of 100 in first 8 games since Doug Pederson in 1999
"You see this amazing, ironic stat about Carson Wentz. He's the first Eagles quarterback so none of the past a rating of 100 any of his first eight games since Doug Peterson in 1999. That tells you all you need to know it. Well, it does two things one. They've had a pretty good run pretty good run of quarterbacks here. They have played a good amount of games, right? Like the Mark Sanchez will pop in there now and then. You know who else has been in Mike? Mike McMahon will pop in now and then, But like no guy that they went into a season thinking was their quarterback has played like this. They had. You know, they've had Donovan. They've had Mike Mike Vick. They've had Nick Foles. They've had Sam Bradford. They stopped Kevin cop but didn't play eight. No, but he was there opening. This was open. They started even I saw Cobb was going to be a I don't want. Yeah, I think we have a pretty decent NFL quarterback. The concussions ruined him they had once like they've had for 20 years now. Above average quarterbacks, at least talent wise starting season like the Eagles don't tryout, bad quarterbacks like something's D'oh. They get caught in the spell that draft him bad. The girls have a good track record of having pretty good quarterbacks on the field of battle. What I mean this doesn't happen. This is Doug says Doug was the coach around here. It's It's amazing how how that kind of played itself out
How Doris Burke Became An Accidental Pioneer
"We'll. So Dana I can you tell us a little bit about your own relationship with Doris Burke Yeah? I'm Lucky Kavita I. Mean I worked at ESPN for eight years. So Doris was one of the people that I interacted with frequently. I mean we had so much in common with our love for college basketball and we would just chat at games or she shoot me a text. Love that story that you did today you are. You're just you know you did a great job you knocked it out of the park or I would text her. So we've gone back for years and She's just always been the same. That's the coolest thing I can say about Dr is I don't care if she's super popular people are making t-shirts. Drake and all this, and she's still the same that she was when I first met her how would you describe her on air personality and her style in the booth I think what people like about Dr She's She's she's very intelligent and on point about all of her observations, he's got US billy. Donovan says excellent lower body strength and he doesn't reach over. Don't give the official even a window cut the angle. She is not loud. She's not there's no stick to her tough shot contest. Yes. Yes she says something and she really hones in her. She really calls somebody out everyone's Kinda like both. To Me is where Andrew Wiggins has stood in the corners on several possessions. Like steals reporter to. And if you talk to people in the game, they actually say that they they are very respectful of her opinion and they know if she has a problem with something, then there's a problem. We'll Dana you recently wrote a profile on doors for the athletic I. can you tell us a little bit about her background and her early days? She's like a lot of us or at least like me you know kids that grew up just interested in sports. Super. Star Sable. Start Tonight number eleven she moved from Long Island to the Jersey shore to a small town happened to be a park across the street and a basketball hoop and it was like divine intervention right? She hadn't really played a lot of basketball growing up in Long Island. But when she moved, she was young enough that she just that's where she went and there was never a sense of Oh Doris girls don't play sports. It was just whatever you're busy go outside and play sable from outside. and. So she just became a really good ballplayer where really good basketball players are often developed, which is on the playgrounds took all comers boys girls didn't care. The BUZZER GUARD SABLE Head. And grew into a good enough. Basketball players to get a scholarship to providence. We forget that that was a really big deal for young women. Athletes are just weren't a lot of them. That wasn't normal and she recognize it immediately as what it was. It was a ticket for her to get to college and pay for college and established herself in a career. She wasn't there was no WNBA obviously, she knew that this was the path for her future in her life and she just kinda followed it along. Well, she definitely likes to make fun of herself when talking about in her plane, I had it all going on bad hair bad teeth bad clothes, and the only thing I care about whether my jump shot would ever Mack my triple driveability. She does she downplays herself. She doesn't think she wasn't. You know whatever she wasn't the greatest player. You know she was more of a thoughtful player than a an athletic player that sort of thing. Yeah. I mean she's very self deprecating even about her broadcasting career, which is just hilarious. But again, that's what makes Dr. Stars is that she doesn't take herself too seriously. How did she get her start in broadcasting accidentally which I think I can relate that myself but in her circumstance she was coach she went back to providence to be a coach but then she got married and she got to look around. You know this was back when there weren't a lot of. MOMS that were coaches, you know a lot of coaches, maybe one or the other they couldn't do both and she really thought I want to start a family. So she stepped away from coaching and by Dumb luck at the same time Providence decided you know what? We could put a couple of women's basketball games on the radio and we need somebody to do the radio for us and Ella Dar's. You're sitting there. Why don't you do this and she did and she jokes pie five people are listening you probably honestly not wrong. Let's be honest providence women's basketball and some regional network probably not like drawing huge numbers but she loved it and it was easy and it was comfortable and that just sort of Begat one opportunity after another and an big break came because one of the men's basketball. Analyst for the Big East Games couldn't make it into a providence men's game and they were desperate and that she tells us hilarious story was at the emergency room with her son. He had fallen off the weight bunch cut his head open blood everywhere. She's GONNA to bloody shirt and they told her to come down and do play by play and she said, well, I can't play by play but I'll do the color and boom she's on TV and there she. Is I mean no intent to climb some corporate ladder it just sort of opportunity presented itself and she took it.
Los Angeles Man Charged With Attempted Murder, Hate Crime Of 2 Transgender Women In MacArthur Park
"Men accused of trying to stab to transgender women to death in MacArthur Park and his arraignment delayed until early November. Donovan Fun. Second, Avantika faces attempted murder and hate crime charges in the standing of one transgender woman on two separate occasions once in August, once in September. Is also charged with participating in the standing of another transgender woman in MacArthur Park last week. If convicted, he could get life in
"donovan" Discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show
"We have been on the air here for so many years that finally some of these friendships might pay off. Might pay off, you get direct access to land anonymous, and so I mean, listen a tiny who do you have direct access to direct access to everyone should you? You'd be friend to everyone that's on the show. Charlie. Booth is in your direct like we need to Charlie to react to the White House news right now, you can get him on her sure. We can get him Lucy Hale. On for sure a hundred percent. On your. Damned. Austin when he was on with us and he hit me back the chargers are often he must was a big moment. It was. All he said thank you a really nice. Okay. It was nice having you on Blah Blah Blah, and then he was. Like. I'm not a great texture myself. As you can tell it's like, thank you, welcome. And it took two days to kept refreshing and you checked every two minutes now, I totally did. All right. So the news we've been talking about this morning, we'll get more as the minutes go by here on the west coast anything changes but. The present, a first lady testing positive for cove nineteen that news broke last night They say that Joe Biden's being tested and has had no symptoms but we have not heard the results yet. So we'll find. But it just raises so many questions because you're in the last stretched leg of these campaigns leading up to such an incredible election. How will it all unfold and what what don't we know that's everything I mean. We know. But what don't we know? Information is guarded. Information is leaked. Information is slowly released and its position. What don't we know? We know everything. We probably won't know what we know transparency. I. Don't know. Will we ever know what we don't know, but you can go down the rabbit hole of thinking about that. Landon. Donovan is online this morning. Good morning how.
Sources -- Doc Rivers agrees to five-year deal to coach Philadelphia 76ers
"That brings us to the Philadelphia Seventy sixers very quickly. This deal comes together Asia, was your Aska dropping the bomb. It seems like it took about two minutes. The sixers are interested in Doc rivers have a phone call great year available done twenty one seasons one tuttle with the Celtics coach of the magic and the clippers as well. Some people love because he's a great communicator and maybe he's the guy that can motivate embiid and Simmons the knock against him is that maybe he's a little bit overrated. Too much of a players coach, he's not tough enough and didn't get it done with the clippers. He's a lot of three one leads by the way he's blown in the playoffs, your thoughts doc running your sixers. You know I think you know I initially my reaction is I think doc is a little bit overblown as a coach You know I'm not sure I'm not sure you know how? Intense he is and where where he'll really take the team to but I do know this. I think he's a big figure and I think he's bigger than the two players at the sixers have to have on their team Simmons and beat doc is you know they can't challenge doc because docs bigger than they are even docs one he's played. He's done everything that the sixers wanted. So there's no more excuses for embiid. There's no more excuses for. SIDS, they have to kind of either buck up where they're going to have to figure out what they're gonNA do plus I think at least they brought somebody in from the outside that'll try to let them know that this is the way we're going to have to play, and this is what we have to do with our team. So you know they needed a big personality I would have preferred billy Donovan data didn't go in that direction because I think they probably thought Billy Donovan would be too hard ass on them, which is what I think they need but they got somebody that I think brings them some cachet and some clout and some real real. Respect that the players just can't walk over and they can't run to the owner. So at the end of the day that the balances I look at it, I'm okay with it I like it better than Mike Dantonio. I wasn't sure how that was ever GonNa Work I. Know Embiid I was talking to people in the NBA and they said embiid really wanted to Tony I didn't know how that was going to work but. I'll take it i. mean you know one thing in another month I'll be back full force for you know thinking they're going to win another title again right now I'm in a depression state I'll come out of it eventually and then I'll be fine and I'll be pretend like nothing happened I'm an idiot can I tell you
Soccer team forfeits match after alleged anti-gay slur
"Many which Jimmy a soccer team, giving up a shot at the playoffs to show support for one of their players. The San Diego loyal walked off the field with a 3 to 1 lead just before halftime of its USL match against the Phoenix Rising, loyal players claim a rising player directed a gay slurred Colin Martin, one of their openly gay players watch what happened what loyal coach Landon Donovan had to say about what his team did? On the front page of w y dot com The team was loyal. Let's go back
Billy Donovan, Chicago Bulls Agree to Contract as New Head Coach
"Of sight. But on the job, a new bull's head coach takes over. But like a lot of us can only work remotely. Billy Donovan is armed with a new four year deal from the Bulls, but is frustrated. He still can't personally meet his new team, given his coaching stint in the Orlando bubble with Oklahoma City as much in his ears. I'd love to be there to watch all that stuff is a quarantine period for a week. There's a lot of things that you have to do so Are tourists and I are communicating and what we had talked about whether it be through soon calls. What you just personal phone calls me reaching out to the players individually, a new VP Carter Silva says. I could not stop smiling from the moment we agreed on a deal with Billy Donovan.
"donovan" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"Both so great. And I think it'll be fun to have a time travel movie So yeah. So the books are just like just like the movies and I think in terms of position in the marketplace people know when they come to the hallmark story. Like we're going to have a love story I mean it's a romance, but there's also a lot about the connections between friends and family and community One thing I don't do even though I hope I have a good sense of humor is like really snarky stuff because. hidden a hallmark store. You really have a vibe of kindness I. Guess. A and You know and so that's a really important part. Important part of the story I think is to lose yourself in a community and with characters that have this kind of good heartedness and kindness. That superfund and it's it's really interesting here. Just kind of that connection that you know the programming team has also kind of keeping an eye on. Hey, what are you? What? What's your side of things doing that? May We can convert into a movie because I mean you gotta get forty movies you know for Christmas time you gotta look for some source materials somewhere. You I mean, you gotta get help somewhere right? It's great and then just because they're so good at evaluating stories, it's really wonderful to have their input. They're so talented they worked so hard and It's just a I think it's really nice to have a few opinions on a story line at tactic struck and basically just kind of workshop on and I think it's really good. A Lotta. So if people went to connect more with you. You know you've been so gracious with your time especially with balancing pretty much doing all the things at one time that you're do it. So I I, we love that you came on the podcast but if somebody wanted to maybe connect with you more find out some of the things you're doing and just see what's going on in your mind. Where did they go? That's a good question I guess probably I mean probably hit me up on twitter it's just Bren Donovan one word and Yeah Yeah. That's probably the that's probably the easiest way. To reach out and sometimes I get invited to do a session with like a writing group or that kind of thing, a seminar and I absolutely love doing that kind of thing. So yeah, and your website is, can you? Dot Com Donovan. Dot Com. Donovan. Dot Com. Oh my goodness. Thank you so much for joining me on the Pike has today it's been so much fun having you. I really appreciate the I. Hope I didn't talk your ear off Obviously I really love working on the homework books I'm excited about the stories we have coming out and I love talking about writing so I appreciate the chance to do it. We've loved it. It's been just a wealth of information for my listeners. So I really appreciate your time and I look forward to maybe having you back on again in the future maybe you can give some more exclusives. I mean this is this is breaking news here. Yeah would love to go back I'm sure I'm sure. There's really enjoy it too. Awesome. Thank you so much I appreciate you come in and join me on the booklet podcast..
Chicago Bulls hire Billy Donovan as coach to replace Jim Boylen
"On Billy Donovan becoming the new coach in Chicago to 43 1 57 as the head of coach of the Thunder. We know what he did at Florida. He's gotta rebuilding job here, though, in Chicago. He does that mean the Bulls hired Donovan to be their new head coach Yesterday. The 55 year old Donovan was a hot commodity bad after leaving, Okay. See a few weeks ago, supposedly numerous MBA tried to hire him. And who wouldn't want to hire a baby? He was coach of the year this past season. He was co coach of the year with Budenholzer from the box. But Chicago details they missed playoff missed the playoffs for the past five seasons. But Donovan, I gotta tell you he's walking into some pretty good young talent with the Bulls exact was mean about well. Murray's A great young point exactly, means another one that I could score 30. It is asleep right now. They also have Laurie Morgan, so I think it's a good It's a good move for Donovan is definitely good move in Chicago.
Chicago Bulls officially hire Donovan as next head coach
"We had some big news that broke in the NBA on Tuesday afternoon after we went off air and that is one of the most desirable head coaching jobs in the League of the Chicago Bulls with their young talent. With a new front office scale, they found their head coach. It was an experienced veteran who won sixty percent of his games over the five years. He was the head coach of Oklahoma City, and that is billy Donovan scall- getting head coach of the bowls on Tuesday afternoon scale. What was your reaction when you heard the news that billy dee is going to be the headman for the bolts and I don't. Think about all that I have I'm not good with that type of stuff and I don't WanNa see here and B. M. B. S. The people I don't know what makes a good coach a certain situation I don't know what he did it Oklahoma City where when you had Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook and Katie left in it. It's just it's just a lot of variable. I know this year they were great day overachieved and he was great for. Them but I do know they also turn the keys over to cruise pause at went. But so I wish him the best I I don't I don't know what's which is even the benchmark look like for Success in Chicago I'm not even sure what I i. if I understand that I'm not even sure I understand their roster of if how good they can possibly be like a lot of guys under team. So I'd be lying if I told you all man. Shares he's going to do so good I don't I don't know any of those things. We'll see he did win sixty plus percent of his games out of the four hundred koshen. Okay. See he had an eighteen and twenty three record in the playoffs as team went to the Western Conference finals in year one when he had Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook of what they did not win a series after that any inherits a very young but my opinion relatively talented young team in Chicago So kudos to billy dee in the front office Chicago for a after a long exhaustive process finally getting their guy scale. Here's some of the other candidates that were interviewed by according to Marc Spears also according to my sources in the front. Office as well. Are they talked to Stephen Silas Jamal. Moseley Dan Craig Kenny Atkinson Gironde Collins Yodok David Vander Pool West Junior Darvin Ham and Chris Fleming who is there assistance assistant so they had a pretty long exhaustive search I. Think the search pivoted when Billy Donovan became available. That was something that was maybe unforeseen, and now he's going to get a chance where they knew front office to lead the Bulls and try to get them back into the playoffs. Gal. On because Chicago has been the second worst team in the NBA Ed only the New York Knicks in terms of the record over the last three years.
Rajon Rondo is making Los Angeles Lakers fans believe in ‘Playoff Rondo’
"The Lakers won last night's game one twelve to one or two. They're now up on the rockets to one in this series that seemed like it was going to at a certain point tilt toward the rocket, the rockets that big game one, and then all of a sudden, you can't stop Markeith Morris, and now you cannot stop playoff Rondo. Rondo was brilliant. Last night was just get that out of the way twenty one points nine assists played really good defense James Harden some of these other guys F-.
Donovan out as Oklahoma City Thunder coach after 5 seasons
"Billy Donovan had a contract that expired with the end of the year. And tonight, he and the thunder came to the agreement that he will not be coaching that team moving forward. A lot of talk about where he might end up staying in the N B. A
A platform-by-platform prescription for treating the disinformation disease
"From Cunanan to Russian propaganda campaigns to Kobe nineteen myths. Social media is unquestionably the vector for increasingly dangerous misinformation. But the big platforms are still trying to have things both ways they take credit for pro democracy movements and black lives matter. But maintained that groups devoted to armed militia groups didn't influence the shooting of protesters in Kenosha Wisconsin they pitched services to politicians that they claim can win elections, but then say they're not responsible for political speech. So with just weeks left until the US election, we wondered if the platforms all agreed overnight that disinformation is a threat to society and democracy what would change. Joan Donovan is the Research Director of the Shorenstein Center on media politics and public policy at Harvard I up she says gaming twitter should be a little harder a place like twitter needs to get a little bit more honest about how they're broadcast system plays into the disinformation incentive structure. So if you're just a small website by and large is very difficult for people to stumble across that however, if you're employing a little bit of automation, maybe some advertising. And you have potentially even paid off some influencers. You can make that disinformation scale and look organic, and then there's too. But which is way more aggressive about suggesting things for us to consume it systems like youtube that depend on recommendations need to take a serious look at that in need to understand that if I hate watch a and on video because someone sends it to me, the Algorithm remembers that. So even if I didn't like it, I can't get. Out of that Vortex so I think recommend needs an overhaul because it does tend to work in the favour of manipulators. Donovan says recommendations for facebook events, pages, and groups also need an overhaul facebook left up with a call to arms event in Kenosha even after it was flagged at least four hundred and fifty five times according to buzzfeed and only took it down after an armed teenager killed two protesters so we have to be attuned to the fact. That groups like that don't grow fast and become agile without technology and that facebook event page for that night bears a lot of responsibility for people knowing where to show up what to bring and and how to interact with each other. This is a feature of the design John Donovan of Harvard. She also said don't ignore Instagram influencers are driving a lot of this info and no, we don't think any of this will happen absent a lot of regulation. And now for some related actually today, it's related audio. I talked with John Donovan for nearly half an hour and wanted to share just a little more of the conversation with you mainly because researchers believe this is a real threat to the integrity of the election and like I said before ballots are going to start going out in just a few weeks. So I asked her about the sense. Of urgency around solving this problem, you know there is a lot of scenario planning in two thousand, nineteen absent the pandemic of how people were going to be able to vote and how people were going to engage with the election process with the pandemic. There's added emphasis on social media companies to really get this right because most of everyone's information is being filtered through these platforms so even People that would have been going door to door organizing ride shares for the elderly are unable to do that, and so tech companies now are not only at the center of the targets of groups that want to perpetrate information warfare and carry out influence operations but they're also the most important information conduit for groups that just want to have a fair election right. So you're saying that this scenario never accounted for the fact that social media which was already vector for disinformation or for good information. Would become even more central. Exactly and it, and the thing that we know is researchers about disinformation and media manipulation is that it works because it plays on people's outrage and it plays on novelty. So some of the features of social media itself which is journalists really strived to be first out the gate with new information and so that they can be You know at the head of the the pack in the top of the search results are now being turned against them, and so the notion of what it means to wait in journalism to confirm something is up against viral misinformation that is really playing on that information void and the time that it takes for journalists to really know. What it is that they're they're writing about and be able to share that information with their audiences. Right, you know we also talked to a researcher who said that we talked about Qa nine as really kind of an emerging cult and one of the things that she said was that movements like that really thrive in this kind of perfect storm scenario where not only do you have an active and thriving ability to push out disinformation but you have a lot of people stuck at home with a lot of time and a lot of loneliness and desperation I would assume that was also not in this scenario planning. No there was to be honest with you as people were thinking about researchers were thinking about this moment there was a conspiracy wildcard and you know that that was an easy. No. In the end, the threat models in the matrix of our thinking, we did know that something would happen pizza gate, of course, in two, thousand sixteen. Is something that has become instructive and informative for researchers to understand how. This attention to conspiracies within certain communities can strengthen the trust between knees, these groups and also can help them to recruit and I use recruit really loosely nobody's like I'm a member of the pizza gay conspiracy community but with something like Hugh and on you do have folks that are outwardly saying you know where we go one, we go all using these hashtags trying to signal to others that. They believe this to and because the infrastructure of went and the networks were already in place during the pandemic. When the pandemic hit, it became a an opportunity to tell us another story about the deep state and another story about the collusion between what are very coded Antisemitic tropes about a global co ball and that feature. Of Social Media that brings these groups together through the use of Hashtags, is something that is accelerated medical misinformation and really grown the ranks of people who were familiar with John. Do you think that we're headed toward a flash point where people will re recognize the value of information or do you think it's sort of going to be like a long slow decline into little islands of personal truth? It's a really good question. You know if you asked me this ten years ago, I'd say the capacity for the Internet to ensure that we have hyper local information networks is at an all time high. If you think back to the days of indymedia and how great some of the local citizen journalism was in those moments however because we've reached this. Obligatory passage point where information networks have become consolidated within these. You know super large. Companies. have to rethink data as currency and we have to rethink data infrastructures If we're going to. Build the web that we want, and we do have to figure out a public component to this infrastructure that doesn't leave leader leave us at the mercy of social media companies to do. All of this information wrangling I've been a big proponent of trying to get platform companies to see the capacity to do content curation using librarians. You know they keep talking about content moderators. I'm like what about your curation process so that when you do look for information on a Google or on facebook that you're getting things that have been vetted not just things that are popular new Joan Donovan from Harvard, there is of. Course more reading on this topic kind of all over the Internet lately, which is a good thing I guess,
"donovan" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Temecula show the podcast Mitchell's team lost. They were up three one and they lost he didn't have it last night. Tired legs. Didn't have a shooters touch looked exhausted both teams did really in both stars did Donovan. Mitchell Angel Momma or you also didn't have a good game. But Donovan Mitchell on a night where he wasn't feeling offensively. To his second and third and fourth move were trick in his bag of tricks to get his team going off pensively in the third quarter and raced a double digit deficit in a game where that deficit kept wounding six points. Eight points is ten points. Fifteen points. This is about to be a blow out in the game seven. Well, Look Denver is a better team than Utah and Michael Porter Jr. is a guy who can do things and everyone knew if he could ever get healthy, he'd be a problem. Now they have three guys along with Yokich who's a near MVP candidate and Jamal Murray's been having too. Little too much for for Utah and no go bare played really well, but no Donovan Mitchell in the third quarter, wield his team back into the game offensively. And then. In the fourth quarter. Oh. Okay. I'm still not feeling it on the offense event. After it was a game again tied up, even had a lead. After it was a game again, I'm still not feeling on the offensive. I'M GONNA take Jamaal Murray one on one defensively. That guy played great defense. Mitchell's of superstar. He really. Now he's getting Max contract extension. He deserves every penny and more. That's how you earn it. Had Ryan Holland's on the show earlier today? And Ryan said look the reason guys like Jamal, Murray Donovan, Mitchell are putting on this kind of performance. Now obviously look everyone and Ryan knows it starts with intrinsically how great they are how talented they are the work they put in all those things are true. Yes. But when you see ridiculous numbers in any sport in any era. You know everyone now has better passing numbers and Dan. Marino. How many are better than Dan? Marino. Now, all the rules favor the quarterback differently and even more than they did and Dan Marino's right when you see any babe ruth or Lou gehrig's Hack Wilson putting up absurd RBI totals. It's not because they had some neck for driving runners home. It's because the nature of the game that a bunch of high on base percentage low-power guys on a team and then one big power guy if you're gonNA have a lot of RBI's right so it's not. It's not that they're better than players from any other era. I mean, sometimes they are sometimes they're not. It's that the error they played was conducive to it like it was it was advantageous to those kind of numbers look. In. Everyone points to wilt Chamberlain who's ever GonNa Average fifty and twenty five over the course of a season I. think it was sixty, sixty one or sixty one, sixty, two, same year, Elgin. Baylor average thirty seven, an Oscar Robertson averaged thirty with triple double triple double with thirty on the season. That's because that era. If you translate those stats to a different era, you cut them in half. So. Obviously conditions right now favor these kinds of performances. Ryan Holland's analysis. Twofold, one. Because you're in the bubble and there's not the same kind of depth issue with the crowd. Favourite shooters like those virtual crash everything, but it's really more of a flat surface. So it's The death issue was better when you're looking at at the baskets better for shooters. That's one I think that's astute analysis and to. When you have, it's not like they're exactly traditional bigs Yokich and go bare but they're more like traditional bigs than some of the other big playing certainly their height and obviously defensively what? Can do when you have guys like that. You don't have defensive switching. As when you don't have that the guard, the ball handler can go to work with the ball handlers very talented, and by the way is cool under pressure and joe-marie and Donovan Mitchell. They can really go to town with the numbers and that's what done. But who have they gone to town, and it's not just those fifty and forty point games. It's the fact that Donovan Mitchell. Jumped out to a three one lead and Jamal. Murray. Answered with some of the most incredible statistical performances in the history of playoff basketball. To bring his team back. Now I said cool under pressure. Donovan Mitchell got stripped or he actually will. He turned the ball over put out from behind right? Last possession or second last possession as it turned out Jamal Murray streaking the other way all he's got to do is dribble out the clock. Even if they get fouled, he's on the line. He is one of two free throws they can't possibly lose over time he hits both they definitely win and regulation must they've? Foul three point shooter who then, and then the shock at any hits the free throw. Then you're going to overtime is highly unlikely and the chances are they win anyway period Right, so so that was a bad mental error by Jamal Murray. Who admitted so after? The, game. When you look and he could laugh about it now because. They won. But your mammary Donovan Mitchell are the kind of athletes when you leave it or when you put the kind of work, they put in to be this great and when you play as hard as they do. There's no no front. Why are you gonNa Front and pretend just be honest they have no reason not to be honest they're honest players. Donovan Mitchell after the game. Gary coming.
"donovan" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"Returning to Ashley's. But died green this time, more flashbacks, and then Mickey visiting the Donovan Home. When raised it there to talk to abby, and I it is revealed they've been having a correspondence. All right. I I have a theory about rate of it. I I usually. The thing I thought about Ray Donovan before I watched pilot again was that. It was. It was basically like. Pre trump. It was how sort of suburban middle aged males a projected their view. The world and I think that's still kind of right. I still think there's a lot of confidence between the Ray Donovan vision of the world of the Donald Trump vision the world that it's just like this completely fall in place and. It's run by these sort of like deep state. Patta files which it is which it is, but that the only way to stop them is through like just sort of stoic masculinity. The kind of doesn't exist like Donovan isn't even dot stoic throughout the series like he's very inconsistent characters. There's a bunch of times where he just screams insanely, but I think father's love it. There's a special psychological reason why father's love it and I figured it out, okay. Ray Donovan is. This is us. And Council dads and all these shows. That for men. Okay, what do we what? What was our thesis about Council of Dads at this is? We remember our thesis right that. We're giving these characters who have no friction or notre struggle were them. We're giving them cancer. We're giving them just. Deep victimhood that they just take it stride have no problem with death cancer, any other type of illness, any other type of friction lists strife. They take in stride, and it's okay because they have family and it's made for women. It's made for like you know. Sort of boomer. MOMS gen-x bombs whatever middle-class holly middle class people. And it's made that way. Because the makers of the show. What to want to look at their lives and go. Oh, this isn't that bad. It's the it's the produces show saying. What are you complaining about? You fucking piece of Shit here. You fucking morons love this shit. Oh, it's not interesting enough for you here. Boom I just gave five more characters cancer. Here you go you fat fucking freak here! You fucking go. But one of those shows has to exist for men right. And the male version of this, the male version of giving every character cancer and killing them. and. Secret Fares and Blah Blah Blah. That is. Read out of it because. Ray Donovan is. It's that sort of. Arch Conservative view of the world. that it is just completely fallen and morally bankrupt and horrifying, it is filled.
"donovan" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show
"For the fact that this was going to be a lot longer than any of US initially thought. And so what we did at that point was we just completely backed off our team? Because also at that time we were under the assumption that if we do resume, we're going to try to pack the entire season in so like three or four months as opposed to seven or eight months. We figured we might be playing every three days. which is exhausting for our players, so we just completely backed off I literally said to the group. Treat this like your preseason or your off season I'm sorry. Just like your off season so if you would normally go for. For, A. Run every three days in your off season do that now now. The problem with that of course is that some guys take that differently now. There's some guys did nothing. Some guys worked out every day. We had twice a week. Zoom calls with our guys where they did some strength work, but it was a pretty pretty eclectic mix of where everybody was coming back. some guys did not look like professional soccer players. Other guys look pretty similar and now the job is trying to assimilate everybody so that they're back close to the same page. So July eleventh. That's the date that we're working with. Are there any details landon that you can provide for what you think? The League will look like upon the resumption of play if everything goes according to plan and according to schedule. Yes, July eleventh is the tentative day. I think that's been made public by the League The idea then is to play. Maybe, a three or four months season probably somewhere in the range of about half the game, so maybe in the sixteen to twenty ranch. And then a little bit more regionalized so that there's less travel which helps the cost helps with. Potential spread of the infection etc, etc, so that's that's sort of the general idea. That's none of that's been made final yet, but that's that's the general idea. Okay and is it too early to ask then because we see what mls is doing like the NBA? They're going to go and get into the quarantine bubble. Do you plan to San Diego? Loyal to your knowledge is the idea at least today subject to change your. We won't hold it to you. But is the idea to play in San Diego and do a little bit of traveling or have a pod system, or is there anything that you've heard or you? Think will be put in the play when you guys resume. Sure so with all the appropriate caveats one nothing's final is to that. It's just my sense so take that for what it's worth. My sense is that it will not be in some sort of hot, and that it will be a little bit more sort of Dr See, but with significantly reduced travel, so that everything is more regionalized and localized, so you do as much bus travel as possible. Potentially even as as saying little hotel rooms as possible by way of example, we play La Galaxy in Orange County. So it's possible we could make that in a day trip right up in the morning and play the game. Come back at night, so try to minimize as much travel exposure cost. As possible and then have some version of a season with that, and then I'll just close it again with all the necessary caveats that I could be completely wrong. Okay, we're. We're willing to listen..
"donovan" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show
"A? Let's say hello to Landon Donovan. He's the manager of San Diego loyal. They have been cleared to train. They have been training. We know that US AL has a scheduled date to return to action of July Eleventh Jim just mentioned during the update there that mls today took another step forward to a resumption of play in a much different looking style in a tournament style before they think they're going to get back to regular league play. Let's say a little landon Donovan who's taken time out here on a Wednesday avoiding the heat for a couple of minutes. We hope to join us on extra thirteen sixty L. D.. How are you? Sorry about yesterday, my sincere apologies. Oh. We're all good you kidding me. There's one thing they pay us to do around here. It's talk, so we just talk and talk and talk and talk, and we love being interrupted so that we can spend a little bit of time with people like yourself. How are you out there on the on the field today? You guys training and the heat of what? It is. It is brutally brutally hot yesterday. It was I felt. Kinda bad for these guys, but they've also been getting paid for two months and not training, so it's fine they're. They're doing well reacclimating and. We are hopefully about a month away from. Playing soccer again. In front of. An audience, although not fan but front of an audience. All right well, we'll get into some of these details now. What are and aren't you guys allowed to do? As it relates to your practice sessions because there are different steps here, I thought i. read that you guys are cleared to do whatever it is you, WanNa do, but what does it been like just getting everybody back up to speed? Yeah. It's been tricky so part of the issues. You have a league wide policy. which needs to be followed so that there's no competitive advantage or disadvantage because some states are in different places than others, but then you're trying to balance that with your individual states so for a long time in California's, you know. You have pretty strict Don't leave home orders. So as soon as we could, we were allowed to train in groups of four so for the players. It's not that big of a deal for the coaches. If you've got twenty six players, you've gotta run six or seven different training.
"donovan" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
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"donovan" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"donovan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Club around here we gotta get the house to god's screwed up the entire baldwin feud and now we've got the face of us soccer with us here landon donovan is joining us on espn radio and who is the most to blame land and thank you for making time for us who is the most to blame for the united states not being in this tournament so that the united states would watch this tournament because the united states is watching the tournament but if if the us were in it would be amazing watching this right now in this country who's most blame for that i agree we probably all are i mean obviously the coaches and players directly involved are gonna take the brunt of it but to some extent we all sort of stood by over the last decade and revelled in some sense of glory that we were having and didn't see the bigger issues going on in internally and in us soccer so we've all played some part in and it's sad because this is so much fun to watch and i can only imagine what it would be like if you know we're waking up at seven am to watch the us play so klinsmann right clinton well clinton clinton's so what you're saying is the clintons the reason right there was all his fault that's right that's what you're trying to get out of it no no we listen obviously coaches have a huge part in that right between klinsmann and bruce arena the two coaches who were in charge during qualifying you know you're again lost the first two games in qualifying i'm not sure in the history of concacaf qualifying that if you lose your first two games any any team has ever advanced and then bruce arena had a chance still to resurrect it and he got the team back to a good place but in the end there was a game in trinidad to qualify for the world cup and we couldn't we lost the game i'll have to do is tie the game and we couldn't do it so that's there's there's plenty of blame to go around and the arguments still be made because it's one that's always being hat around here and i'm sorry sorry for the general soccer ignorance of this question how can soccer still be being viewed as on the rise in america when landon you've been hearing it all your life you've been hearing all your life that soccer's on the rise yeah but it's progressive right it's not like how could we possibly say major league soccer is going to be the nfl and a year or five years or ten years when the nfl has been around fifty years baseball it's been around over a hundred years so it takes time right but if you look i mean there are metrics right there there are data and metrics people are paying a hundred and fifty million to two hundred million dollars for an mls franchise ten years ago they were paying five million dollars right so that piece of it is obvious but along with ratings and sponsorship revenue etc but there's the feel around it i'm sure being in miami see it as much as i do here in san diego and so there's no disputing it i've just been hearing and seeing you all my life like that the thing i see what's happening with his lots on and how america's embracing that in a way never would have before and i see the rowdiness at these soccer games where they feel like frat parties but i've just been hearing it all my life landon while you're probably going to hear how your life we all we all are but over the course of a generation or two there's been massive change and it's gonna it's gonna keep growing and you know there's a listen i i noticed something and it was very subtle and and or maybe not so subtle when i used to go to espn homepage on the internet just being dot com on the top tab it would be nfl mlb nba nhl and then it would say other right and now when you go to that homepage it says nfl and they'll be nhl soccer other right and this is someone who's canadian who's a huge hockey fan but things are changing like that's a very small indication but things are changing and it's going to keep it's gonna keep trending that way you and hope solo had said and this was confusing to me landon before you said it.
"donovan" Discussed on Around the Rim
"The life of a legend one and donovan and right now i wanna welcome into the show someone who had several touch points along her journey with an not only did head coach of the national champions the south carolina gamecocks but also the head coach of our us women's national team please join me in welcoming dawn staley to the show welcome dawn thanks dina well we wanted to have you on you know i was reading through twitter as i know most of us were when we found out about and passing and you like many of us were devastated afar fans that are listening take us back to your first interaction with a n and just all the different stops upon your journey that you were able to interact with her and share space with her while i mean you know and i go go back probably to like two thousand and one it would she coached me when i was in charlotte charlotte sting member and you know and as as graceful as they come and and i know sometimes people take her her kindness and her quietness and as a weakness but i i saw as strength she was probably as strong as any coach that i've ever been associated with you know we had a season in which we started one ten and and that season you could probably as a coach you thinking you know that you're at the depth of of just packing it in and not wanting to continue but it never felt like the one in ten fees and that was because of and and how she handled things and she always had a a positive spin on any situation and she was always calm so you never felt like things were out of control you always felt like you had a shot and that's why we're able to turn that season around and actually compete in the wnba finals that particular year we lost but but certainly it could've went in.
"donovan" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Donovan map you made it onto i'm happy to be here man things go on you real close to us you could come on whenever you want hopefully you'll get an instagram page now i did i finally when i got on instagram and twitter just for this occasion and i have no idea what i'm gonna do with it don't do not everyday put something on that we'll pictures let people know what the fuck you don't you know you're an interesting cat i wanna have you been coming to the fourth wall he's been coming final did stand little stand up which is always gets respect my out of my father because i know how hard it is to actually say you're gonna go down there and then go down and get on states like it's it's you jumping off the cliff without jumping in i'm saying yeah and i'm just glad that i couldn't hear my own heartbeat and that was the only sound in the room in dire time it was it was not the worst thing ever i actually videotaped myself so i saw it and then i realized there's like just on the first pass i was like there's sixteen different ways where i could have been better just even with that and it's like i feel like a fraud when i'm up there i don't feel like a fraud that was talking about that just a couple minutes ago i have full knowledge that i don't know what i'm doing and i want to be good at it like once you get that like that i don't know it satisfies that wanting to perform i love that feeling and so i want to be good at this thing but nothing happens like that no you know you got to hear about i've been doing at twenty seven years and i feel like.
"donovan" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"His coach who is considered one of the best ever from tactician standpoint at the college level thought that he needed one more year of development coaches sometimes do this for selfish reasons but patino really has never been known too much for that kind of deal and yet it was a it was a missed by the one person who should have been able to evaluate him more honestly up close at anyone else he missed on it two and what he has become here is is crazy and i just circle back to my point to repeat myself too much though we are not going to get this every year because we almost never get it to begin with but seeing what donovan mitchell has become i think it will allow guys who are in the first round for sure that no like okay no matter what like people are the feedback i'm getting i know that i'm going to be a top twenty five pick guys are going to be thinking i can become the next down of mitchell is just not that easy and it's been fun in these plus watching because we don't enlarge the most talented it's just sort of the way it set up the most talented rookies play for bad teams and so they're not on this stage you know they're senior done any and yet we're getting to watch donovan mitchell rookie star for a team in the western conference semifinals jason tatum rookie get to star for boston celtics team in the eastern conference finals we don't normally get rookies guys that we were just you and i covering a year ago producing at a gwei at this stage of the nba playoffs if at all in the nba playoffs so it's been it's been fun to watch and no story is better than the donovan mitchell story just to vote on this in his sophomore year of college louisville which was his last year of college at louisville he ever fifteen point six points four point nine rebounds and two point seven assists and thirty two point three minutes per game.
"donovan" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Donovan mitchell utah jazz guard by the way drafted by the nuggets in two thousand seventeen thirteenth overall pick but then the jazz acquired the rights to him in exchange for forward trey lyles in the draft rights to another player who was the twenty four th pick overall and donovan mitchell got an off day game to tomorrow against the rockets says the rockets took game one donovan head twenty one in that loss donovan woody do on a day off today right now i'm laying down watching the office to be honest with you what you do you have a favorite office episode i would say probably you know when to white tries to start the fire training that's pretty funny to me just just the whole the whole the whole all the antics that went into that was twenty well he actually starts fire to which is the the great part of that too yes did you ever see that he's a funny character did you see the basketball one in the warehouse when when kevin just like everybody that that was the no one would think kevin would be the guy who's going to go off right and michael being put him on the team what else do you binge watch oh i would say that i've seen probably food shows about four or five times to entirely so burn notice yes they're real and that's on like usa network isn't it well it it was but it it's now and i had to.
"donovan" Discussed on Full Court Press
"The celtics to your point they've shooting at every position when they're playing horford like wouldn't it be great if rudy gobert could shoot threes i mean that would be incredible basically what i'm trying to say is like just imagine if donovan mitchell was on the sixers he might not get possessed a ball enough to really develop i i don't know i'm not sure i agree i think that would be such a perfect situation and this is how i was planning on transitioning into the sixers because like you give rudy vote griego bear a shot from three and if you have the perfect play or like it's basically yeah perfect because donovan could defend the the point guards that maybe simmons's would be to exerting for him to do right so even thinking preparing to write so stuff in the off season for peace for hawks thinking like conveys more guy trade into philly so he could defend point guards and it was gonna come back on that same number or what have you just totally just throwing stuff at the wall not thinking that's really going to happen but i was thinking about rettig is struggling right now to defend point guards and games wear that's something he has to do covington's option but sometimes if the team has enough of a wing threat at a point guard threat that's going to be difficult so it's gonna be interesting to see what happens but it would be ideal if they had a guy like mitchell who can play mostly off the ball offense defend on the ball on defense and maybe even run the second offense with someone goes the bitch it will be a great fit i think there's just some like that mitchell has a inoperability to get as much partisan the office in utah so the he kinda realizes his move.
"donovan" Discussed on Full Court Press
"Solution in i think quinn's gonna have to figure out either how to balance those two things so that donovan mitchell is doing things he's comfortable doing and he's doing things that allow him to perform from his best part of his skill set or if he's going to maintain that high touch high sharing system in i think that all that decision point we'll have a lot to do put densely i think likely with who done eventually history of three or four years from now that makes sense so i i think that makes sense but i think that the big thing that changed the big adjustment was that instead of having donovan mitchell create the mismatch himself so if you are running a one five pick and roll i think that when he was going one five against like we'll say westbrook and steven adams basically what was happening it's like stephen adams would strip the ball or russell westbrook is super long arms so he would just take it away and it just it ended up not really working because he's not really a guy who can create them spach with the ball in his hands and what they did start playing ingles at point guard functionally and then using donovan mitchell just running around like a insane person part of the reason he got exhausted but like sort of moving off ball to get the switch he wanted and then using bare setting off greens as well to get go bear on a big or on a player that wasn't going to threaten him a whole lot if he went you know close to a screen.
"donovan" Discussed on Today's KCCR
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"donovan" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"And i like things that feel like a stretch i like things that feel different i like things it feel um unfamiliar because as they become more and more familiar they become a part of your kit part of your arsenal yeah we'll is that is that a thing about being in a series that's as successful as ray donovan is for showtime that you have to get back into that guy's skin i'll tell you the truth the reason i said yes to rate donovan is 'cause i knew that it would be a a crash course in filmmaking but it would be the best uh uh learning be really a great way for meter intensely study filmacting and it's been that um not just acting but uh you know camera movement composition writing uh and i knew the by doing it every day the practice of doing it every day would bring me that much closer to it and i'm so grateful for that part of the process so was this always in you the last time you are on the show we'll talk a little bit about your childhood which is frequently unusual upi me you living with your mom in in some tenement somewhere they go yeah well my mom was into squats in also the there are so many moms are yet will they know it was uh it was the thing you but i i assume everybody has a story like that you know it's just that.