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Doris Burke Recovering from COVID-19

Sarah and Vinnie

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Doris Burke Recovering from COVID-19

"In the sports world NBA announcer Doris Burke tested positive for the corona virus how is that right in a former major league outfielder Jim Edmonds has been tested and he's awaiting his results and Jon Bon Jovi thinks his seventeen year old son may have a mild version of covert nineteen which they say kids get we'll get a much more mild version Doris is a really big deal she's at five the taxpayers can correct me but I believe she's the first NBA female NBA announcer yeah I had I don't know her at all she's

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ESPN's NBA analyst Doris Burke tested positive for coronavir

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

ESPN's NBA analyst Doris Burke tested positive for coronavir

"Another high profile sports figure award winning NBA commentator Doris Burke has been recovering from the coronavirus Burke says she's now symptom free after more than two weeks of dealing with the effects of the virus Burke tested positive on March seventeenth not long after working the Dallas Denver nationally televised game the day before the NBA suspended season because one of its players tested positive Brexiters symptoms were constant headaches and feeling constantly

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"doris burke" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

03:37 min | 3 months ago

"doris burke" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Else SEC with. Something that is you know can be like grinning. And yes so. It's it's unnerving it's disconcerting. It's uncomfortable but you call everybody onto their incredible great credit. You know I Incredible colleagues every single one of them was really I could tell in their tax. Their primary concern was. Are you okay? Like that's the kind of people I work with? Are you okay are you okay? That was the refrain every single day. Every text even in the aftermath. And you know I know they had anxiety of it's normal. We're all feeling that anxiety of everything. That's implicit in what we're now experiencing doors. What are you learning now or what? What have you been trying to learn about? Having the fact that you've tested positive for the Kobe. Nineteen you have US maybe essentially cycled through the symptoms. And what that does for your body what that means for you. Moving forward what what do you. What have you learned about that? So far as you've studied this talked to doctors right either. I remember tweeting one day when I didn't see DR FAO G at the White House briefing and I I'm not a big social media person. Ask you usually usually. It's just a private in this fall on your twitter providence. Basketball Men's women's and so it created quite a stir doors when you when you tweeted that Go ahead I'm sorry any any providence college athletics that as my primary social media content but I just was. I just remember watching that thinking. I Want Anthony On my I want him speaking back to me. I want him telling me the truth and You know our colleague Ryan Ruko as I was trying to look on the bright side. I'm thinking well I've come through it you know. I now have the immunity. I heard Dr Couch. Say it was Bernard mcgurk Radio Program on. Abc Radio in New York. That Ryan Ruko had texted me the audio Where he said you know we believe and again. They are learning stuff every day. So we'll see what ultimately comes of this but one of the things out you said in one one other infectious disease doctor had said basically we believe you now have immunity and in fact one of the things I would like to do because I have read this. Adrian is that my body has now produced. Antibodies to what I would like to know is should I go to go donate blood or plasma? Show that in some way you know. This could help people. It could help find some sort of vaccine for that is on my docket to do is to is to research and discover. Should I go donate blood or plasma in the hopes that somehow help somebody down the line? Doors that's that's tremendous. I appreciate you taking the time to do this. I think it's GonNa be instructive for a lot of people and more importantly I think it's going to be you know for the people out. There are many many people especially in our audience. Who Care about you and our fans of you. Those of us who know you would love. You were thrilled. You're feeling better you've made it through. What was obviously a difficult stretch of time and obviously many others are in this country are facing is very difficult dark times doors. Thanks for taking the time and and I know we'll talk soon. Adrian thank you so much for let me share my story and and for having me. I really appreciate it.

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Inside The Women Of Troy

Around the Rim

03:12 min | 4 months ago

Inside The Women Of Troy

"Welcome inside a special edition of around the rim. One that tells the story of the nineteen eighty three and eighty four championship teams for the USC Trojans. Their women's basketball program was a trailblazer in. Its own way where they had almost a super team of some of the biggest names in college. Basketball Cheryl Miller Cynthia Cooper panic. Paula McGee What Dynasty. They were what a talented team so fun to watch. I'm your host. Let's China Robinson. Join as always by my fantastic and fabulous producer to Riga foster bradsby. Then we are going to take you inside with some of the biggest names in biggest contributors to the success of that team and people that can tell the story the best. That's right the China so to help us tell that story. We've enlisted. Six people knew this team the best head coach. Linda Sharp assistant coach. Fred Williams team captain Juliet Robinson Point Guard Rhonda Wyndham forward. Pamela MCGEE AND GUARD CYNTHIA COOPER DYKE. So throughout this podcast. You're going to hear them. Discuss their relationships together coming together as a team learning how to play with each other learning each other on the prime that they have in USC and what it meant to be a Trojan and what it was like as far as the landscape of women's basketball at that time the rivalries. I'm you're going to get to know more about the players in from their teammates themselves. And you'll hear clips from Geno Auriemma Reggie Miller. Doris Burke teasha Chiro the nineteen eighty-four Olympics Paula. Mcgee and the cause from the championship games of nineteen eighty three and one thousand nine hundred eighty four. Let's all get a history lesson from the inside of what was so special about USC. Women's basketball in the women of Louisiana Tech University and the University of Southern California trojans outlet more southern California at forward six three junior from Flint Michigan number eleven all over more southern California at Bulwer from Riverside California number thirty one zero southern California Singer. Six three junior from Flint Michigan over thirty southern California had guard a by rescued from New York City. We're southern yard five nine zero number or no

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"doris burke" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:29 min | 4 months ago

"doris burke" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Roman brown with thirty four in the victory ESPN's Doris Burke was court side says the term him V. P. certainly fits he's been out of MVP level I think he's got four regular season MVP awards and I believe he could have at least two more historically and I had no way Scott need to diminish what Yanis undetectable was done because he is doing it unlimited minutes they have been extraordinary as a team and he will in all likelihood will win that MVP but this idea that this gap is so wide that it's insurmountable what if lebron James sustains this kind of effort that he did without Anthony Davis tonight I just feel like even in year seventeen Scott we continue to take lebron James for granted I agree and I think that's just human nature so we do we think will always get to enjoy it but I I do think it's wise on nights like this to remind ourselves that in the blink of an eye the young man's eye on because the the seventeen year vet and that's happened with the brought in speaking of his eye on you made a great point during this game that yeah this was the only guy you've seen be able to absorb the body blow on the block and push back that's the one poor shooting performance at that the rookie has had as you're sitting court side and you watch this young man whose trajectory is just beginning what do you see I feel like he's a health risk for the opponent is what I think I mean the number of guys to go through the chest of Dwight Howard and knocked him back one or two feet the power in the explosion and it's not just the first job it's not just the second job which third and fourth jobs you know the footwork the speed the explosion and I think maybe as importantly is the intellect and who this young man is as a person Scott we saw that during the telecast how well liked he is among his teammates what the opponents like to bill McGee wanted his Jersey this kid because of the way he comports himself as well like there's a humility in the face of all that talent and intellect is just it's really fun and listen he may be the next guy in the league needs it because lebron won't go on forever he won't and I'm just curious what your sense is doors of how lebron views that because I mean look whether it was Michael with Kobe or Michael with the brand I mean I think that there can be some push back when is like now settle down young fella is still my throne what's your sense of how he views of Scott you made me laugh because the one long three that that lebron took you so sure if this is a heat check that was the young man had a spectacular Duncan lebron was like no no no line in gladiator not yet this is still my league European Doris Burke Zion Williamson added well career high thirty five in any NBA month and a half Brian James thirty four points his Lakers get the win Lakers incidently planning to conduct a workout for free agent guard Dion waiters in LA on Monday Sunday Lakers waiving guard Troy Daniels but the organization isn't necessarily in a rush to fill the spot the Lakers would need answers to a number of questions about waiters who's played just three games this season due to suspensions and poor conditioning waiters was a client of Lakers GM rob Pelinka when pulling a was an agent waiters is now represented by rich Paul who is the agent for lebron James Anthony Davis straight talk wireless everything for less only at Walmart for general night ESPN radio Lakers back on the court Tuesday hosting Philly the Sixers on Sunday in LA to face the clippers Williams at the top dives inside pitch to Leonard right corner three.

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NBA Storylines Down the Stretch

ESPN Daily

05:39 min | 4 months ago

NBA Storylines Down the Stretch

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

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"doris burke" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

08:28 min | 9 months ago

"doris burke" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Better and justice winslow Gordon drag it right and you say you know tyler heroin then they kind of sent James Johnson back to on ice little bit they'll bring him back and Meyers Leonard who was a had some moments he had some moments in the playoffs last year short build off but he won't be there to do that this year and when it's not that try to step outside yourself players pick up on that pretty quickly the other team in New York the Knicks who this time last year we were talking about you know are they going to get Kyri and K D together but by the time we were in March April let's get K. D. Kyri and they were GonNa win the lottery active on the Knicks you've been covering games in the garden longer than you've been doing national games that ESPN you're on the local the local radio television you did WNBA you've covered you've covered lots of college basketball at the garden you've been coming to cover basketball New York City for a long time about that would you still walk into the garden anymore because it is so different than what it used to feel like walking in that building two of our colleagues recently the things about the Knicks and it resonated with me both of them the first was when Zach Lowe on podcast I believe it was when absolutely Listen I sat courtside for some of Jeff's you know the Pacers and the Knicks battled else and just how electric Madison Square Garden is I am still and it's probably because New York New Jersey kid I am still of the belief that the NBA's better when the New York Knicks her good and there has been a long stretch of time where I've said I don't have any hope as a knicks fan and listen you know you talk about a leadership team that had to pivot and pivot quickly these are the facts and am I more optimistic now you know Julius randle could have a tremendous year there's no question about that because of the composition of the east good his numbers become a thing sure they could here's the disturbing I valuable winning player and he's done that rock solid for two straight seasons in Boston but but like that incident with the wizards where yes.

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"doris burke" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

14:16 min | 9 months ago

"doris burke" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Uh and of course we start with Lebron James Darrell Maury Adam silver the entire and Hall of Famer Doris Burke here would espn's doors Birkin Manhattan site of well your first preseason game in the Eastern Conference right Wednesday night on ESPN Knicks Hawks doors how are you great can't wait you see trae young tomorrow at Madison Square Garden couldn't be better I am so excited for the season one week from tomorrow night we'll be working it's fast this off season gets shorter and shorter for everybody we'll get to the season I wanNA start where everything has started lately with the NBA and China the story had may maybe quelled a little bit in the public eye once the nets the Lakers came back from China those teams Kinda resume their preseason Adam silver goes back to you know I quietly trying to piece back together the League's relationship relationships in China in the aftermath of Moore's tweet about Hong Kong the previous Friday night and then Lebron talks on Monday night Los Angeles and don't think it surprised anybody that he would have something to say on it or he hadn't talked since the trip I do think it surprise people the contents of what he said really going after Darrelle Moray he was clearly a target of of his frustration. I guess would be the word well you've taken aback by how we approached this yes I frankly was expecting a sort of end of quarter coach response us a very polite innocuous non-answer is what I was expecting I think all of us are not naive to the fact that Lebron many of these players has significant investment over there and obviously he is well liked but I was shocked act to be perfectly honest with you he is normally so media savvy the one thing I would say is if you had to be a player over in China at that moment with all of the intensity and the pressure knowing how much stress was put on Adam silver and the League the consistent cancellations of things and activities that you were supposed to do the fact that some players apparently and I think there's going to be more news this coming out lost money during that trip if you were speaking from a place of just being a player and sort of the the intensity the experience but the fact that he went after Daryl Morey I didn't understand it and I was surprised by yeah and I think there's no question that there are a lot of players the bigger the star the big shoe deal the bigger the marketing the more you have to lose and financially there's no question and there's not I'm not sure there's a star player in the last several years who maybe doesn't go to China every summer and multiple times a summer multiple times or worst every other year based on what their off-season looks like and so they understand that I always remember at the Beijing Olympics Kobe Bryant saying and still one of the most memorable moments we've had covering sports was when y'all main comes out literally playing on one lake he physically should have been out there and I remember I talk to Y'all about this podcast a few years ago and he felt a tremendous obligation with the Olympics in Beijing he was going to be carrying that flag into the stadium he was the crown jewel of their not just basketball but all athletics that watching him calm I remember he hit thinking it's only a one maybe two shots in a row to start the game and it's as loud as I've ever heard an arena and there was there was always an appreciation among players remember Kobe said that night now built a bridge to China for all of us and certainly for the League but financially for players and I think it certainly felt to me that's what Lebron now he corrected himself later on twitter maybe we'll talk about it again before this is I'm not sure he will but if he was saying Daryl's tweet put us in a bad position because we physically had to be over there there were American teams there are NBA teams there should have waited that's one conversation that's one way to look at it but if it was about the financial aspect what he's cost us individually or what might happen to the salary cap I think he just come out and say say listen this is about my and he used the word financial but I think he meandered yeah it was unclear exactly what he was saying you early had enough time to digest what had happened and if you were going to speak to it to speak to it with a measure of clarity the fact that within minutes of your you know discussing this with the media you dial back and have to send out a couple of tweets as I said he is typically so strong in his message this is delicate for everybody I get it but it's just I I was shocked I really I was expecting in innocuous non answer or a firsthand account of what it felt like to be a player in China while that was ongoing because obviously none of us can understand and and I think what is going to happen and what had started to happen I think really in the aftermath of Adam Silver's first public statement which was not strong enough I think for people in the Western world not just the NBA but people in the West said that wasn't a strong enough and clearly Adam felt that because he came back and issued a stronger saving later that I think what's happening and I think Lebron has seen this since he talked in an effort to try and protect your interests in China financially otherwise and you're worried about that marketplace audience I think the risk is going to be alienating the one you have domestically and I think that's the line if anyone else is going to speak up on this that's the line and and take a similar stance Lebron and my guesses after Lebron talked and Darrell tweets I will be surprised if there's anybody else who says much but this issue's not going away there's a microphone in front of or notebook in front of or somebody's undercount in front of them the story won't go away and I imagine we haven't heard the last from whether it's an owner a player and executive commissioner what is the bottom line for the business I feel as though I've recently either read or seen something relatives the salary cap implications as percentage of the NBA's business what are we looking at well the potential is if hypothetically and there's no reasonably this is happening if all of the revenue in China away it's significant to the cap they'd feel it now I don't feel my sense is that there's there's always concern but right now it's more of a question of the rockets money which is significant to them and that money shared in the league and rockets on television over there rockets sponsorships they have locally that all feeds into the the player perspective which is the central player share right revenue I think it would be a modest dip if this continued in there's no reason to believe necessarily that we'll be interesting is if they try to if they can continue to try to isolate one team and Houston you're not going to be on television China the sponsorship opportunities are gone forever will they isolate just one team like this or does Adam silver have a different conversation and say you can't do that to one of our teams but certainly does it have an impact for the rockets yet James Harden use his reaction initially he stepped as far away from Darryl Morris tweet and it wasn't Lebron was maybe a little more strident about it but but certainly James Harden didn't see apologizes ufologist he didn't jump bottom line he apologized since oh no question any of our possessions we are all financially invested in so now it's going to get more attention when obviously a player talks about it doc if Daryl's tweet did nothing else it forced and maybe my world's more narrow that maybe my world's too narrow but there's question it forced a conversation in this country not just around the NBA but in lots of other quarters now I know you're going right it forced people to talk about something and discuss something that a trade war wasn't necessarily doing or any other there was a sixty minutes the other night on Sunday came on after football game. CBS Six minutes reporter was embedded in with some protesters in Hong Kong. And I watched the whole thing I asked myself after what I have get on CNBC AND MSNBC and any financial program but in the American public's conscience this particular instance has brought the entire thing into sharper focus that's powerful and if it forces an examination of conscience you know we've had all these American corporations talk about we need to look at ourselves in terms of our impact in terms of climate change and any other any other number of important issues right that group of CEO's went to the government said we are committed to be good business practitioners so if it forces an examination of conscience for everybody involved in any circumstance I don't think that's a bad thing in just in the context of the NBA. I think this conversation maybe painful maybe financially costly down the road I think in the end it's healthy for the NBA. I just I think it is it's a good chance for all of us to look in the mirror and say how we feel about this how we feel about this issue to know more about what it means to do business early innovative in his job built a championship level team hasn't one one but built a team that has contended and he's the one person on the human side of this wounds that he consistently pops into my head is you know what him on any number of things but answering the questions that are constantly putting their faces it asking the questions if you don't know your numbers you don't know your business but the problem growing businesses have that keeps them from knowing their numbers is up too much time and too many resources and that hurts the bottom line so introducing net suite by.

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"doris burke" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

14:25 min | 9 months ago

"doris burke" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Twenty season with the Lakers the clippers contenders in the east and West we talk about the challenges in front of the Brooklyn Nets statement hodgepodge of business systems they have one system for accounting another for sales.

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"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"I like different journeys. And yes, it's cool. And it's nice that he's very open. No, Gregg Popovich in the playoffs for me share. It was all Steve Kerr, Nick nurse and too easy. You need we need to heart. No, no. I remember having to walk up to Steve Kerr, I think it was just I was this first NBA finals game one where he went down twenty and in the first quarter knows like no one of them any comes storming over the Overby, and he goes, it goes Doris. It's over twenty you know I gotta to this any apologized in the post game press writes, I don't get to decide they tell me what to do and I do it. I wish you could add post game with pop at the end of game seven. A public question. So not fouling there, just let the clock run out that was the strategy for greatest coach in the history of basketball. You think maybe I thought how about the end of game two of the finals with a four second of ritual. Yes. Toronto elects not to fell, which so, so this is actually where I've changed my viewpoint little bit my year ago or two years ago, I would have said you have to immediately immediately. It's a no brainer to four second differential. The other team can almost literally run out the clock. Right. You with one on the shock larks. You moonball it up there. You hit the rim and the game's over would have learned more and more in these situations is not does that every team is going to shoot like Andre did. Andrea shouldn't have taken that shot. He made it. He probably shouldn't have taken. You should've held it another couple second and taking it, but teams are just not wired that way. They're not going to do the moon ball off the rim and day. Nearly got a steal. Very nearly got steel so close. So my thinking has changed. I actually kind of like the way that they played it until you get to about ten or eleven seconds..

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"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Oh, one I think I did. I can't remember remember and I sit look I mean they, they won championships in seventy three games without him and be I'm not saying they will win. I'm just saying they, they can win if you simulated this raptors team versus this warriors team without Kevin Durant, a thousand times on a computer a certain percentage of those times it is not trivial. And maybe even as a majority, the wears are going gonna win that they might not win this particular series especially now that half. They're team is injured, but they're going to like dick, dick, dick and win like it's they can beat anybody for in seven. I agree. I wanna go back to something just said, because it's just a little intriguing to me. How different Nick nurse seems to be an I mean, like somebody asked me, did he out coach Steve Kerr and game on like that's just so silly to me? Okay. And like I thought right? It wasn't the Exxon knows. Where they got beat the warriors they got beat with speed. They got beaten transition anyway. I don't even wanna get down that rabbit hole just to your point about Nick nurse saving a couple of things just like Steve Kerr's probably stay saving a couple things. But like one thing you saw consistently with Toronto. And I wondered how the players were absorbing during the course of the year. And you we pop in a game, don't necessarily have the time to talk to people because we're not staying two or three days. Right. We're getting our meetings, whatever. Anyway, the constant lineup shuffling the different strategies, the just throwing things at the wall sodas, speak to see if they stick like Nick's willingness to be flexible and trying to innovate and throw things the fact that he didn't institute's a box one. Jeff men Gundy incredulously. Like I don't think I've ever seen that in the NBA. I just think it's cool. But Fred van Vliet said to assist morning and he wasn't. I almost don't want to go here, but he brought it up. So I'm thinking, okay like. He's like coach. Casey goes you knew every single day what you're going to get and we love that as players, because there's routine etcetera etcetera eighty goes there were times that was like, gosh, you were questioning how there's nothing that we know we can count on day to day in terms of expectation, but he said, alternate -ly. It's been a great thing. So there's different ways to skin, the cat. I just thought it was, I very fitting you said that in reference between case because that's one of his favourite expressions with different skin, the cat whenever people would criticize Toronto's offense like boring. Two different gonna cat. Yeah. It's an interesting. I just thought Fred his honesty was refreshing, that he said there were times, where he was frustrated or didn't understand during the course of the year. But ultimately the way the season played out. I think he was essentially without putting words in his mouth saying there was a method to Nick nurses, madness speaking all experimentation, I think for a first year head coach now. Obviously, he's not a first year head coach. He's a first sure NBA head coaching. He managed the season. Really, well he not. And it's not just quieten. The load management thing which frankly, I think, is about Nick nurses head. Anyway, I just think he, he knew when to hit the accelerator new wind back off in new wanted to say, hey, we're just gonna do film today. Hey, we're not gonna do any film today. This is an off day lockout day, and I just, you know, tactically, like they handled the box off the bench seating, like it, worked really smoothly like everyone bought in Nick nurses lot of credit for that, too. I think he's coached. Is it been fun? He's like, when you get a new guy to add to your inner like between quarters interview list, right? He's his new edition this year. Very interesting. And I just think story is a fascinating one to, you know, to take an unexpected journey to, to be the head coach of, of an NBA team to basically beg your way into. Coaching G league team by driving past an arena and saying, jeez. We should probably have on there. I just I like a story. I like story like that. He was a player coach and I don't know. I think it's a cool story..

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"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"But when he said, miasma back when he said he's the most confident guy on the team I almost wanted to happen, the interview like on a team with you, Kevin. And clay Quinn is the most confident I love that Quinn. He's, you know, dream on I saw said, you know, he's our Patty mills. But he's not there, Patty mills he doesn't play enough to be there that I just think like the score, I point guard size guy who calls off the bench. He needs to. He is a pushover on like when Chris Paul, so Quinn cook on them. Crispell six feet tall. And he was like, oh, this guy, I'm are by nobody. I'm just gonna kinda push them push him around and she's like he needs to get a little tougher defensively. But we'd see him a lot to me, the more interesting part of the other end because they found something in game two with clay as co is primary defender. Because Claes a really good on ball. Defender off ball. He's not quite as impactful you put. They put it dollar on Siaka him if you have. Kawais got the ball and you have Igwe Dala and Draymond on the back line has helped defenders all of a sudden you got, like whatever thirty feet of arms, or whatever it is at grant intellect and two of the smart. The holy they and one of my big questions for the series was a who would guard choline. What they go to clay to do it more than I expected, frankly, and be can clay handle it because Kawai is has size and strength and weight on clay and that feels exploit -able but it looked really good in game two. And if he can't do that. Then you've gotta go reset the matchups Andres. Gotta do it. Andres. Banged up who's Klay guarding who's on Siachen. What is who's dry? Draymond was guarding Kyle Lowry and the second half of the game. And doing quite well on the where do you have to move drain on now? It's everything ripples on defense from is clay healthy enough to take that pounding because it's I mean Kvant looney. It looked like one of those sound off look like one of those things where like a super villain in a movie throw somebody through a wall twenty feet away. It's incredible. To me. That's the first thing you know we sat with Andrei. Hi, can't remember where but the one thing he said to us was I, I don't think I'm not even sure cl- co y understands because he probably does he goes for me, it's his strength. He goes, it is. It is so forceful to deal with Colli from a physical strength standpoint. Like it's almost like, you know, one of the things that my buttonholes are said about Yoenis like I don't think he gets enough credit for strength sustain with Kawhi. Neither guy gets enough credit for the strengths of great question. Because if you're sixty to seventy percent, the only thing is, I don't, I don't know what your perception is quite doesn't look, right? To me either a word. He us. He's not right. I one of their players accidents, let slip in room, not going to say, which one something like we ask to this, that the other thing about coli, he said something like an, you know, consider this is not even writing. Ooh. So I think his knee, whatever one it is bothering him. I'm watching him go up and down the floor. I'm like, he, he looks like he's laboring at times your member the play in Milwaukee, where he dunks and he goes to turn around and he death stop, which was like game three I think a lot of games ago. I saw this guy. He didn't wanna move all of us felt that kind of pain, on the basketball court where you just go. Ooh. That wasn't good. Yeah. I saw him walking to the podium..

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Marvin Bagley III of Sacramento Kings suffers hip, groin injury in Las Vegas debut

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Marvin Bagley III of Sacramento Kings suffers hip, groin injury in Las Vegas debut

"Good to be able to compete suns rookie de'andre eytan kings rookie marvin bagley the third whether own cassidy hubbard now bagley experienced a tweak in his right flex her groin area during saturday's game against phoenix in las vegas you'll undergo an mri on monday more information is going to be shared at that time he's not going to play sunday against the clippers also doubtful for tuesday's match up against the memphis grizzlies cavaliers gentleman who kobe all men joined the espn broadcast late in the evening saturday from vegas with doris burke and mark jones you've already had several different versions of the cavaliers going back to about a year ago to start your turn the roster over pretty much twice during the regular season how do you approach the cavaliers roster moving forward in wake of lebron's but i think i never going to have a team the level that we had it before the bronze departure cover that magnitude you're never going to be the same obviously say how thankful we were to him grateful to him for his four years with us an incredible for years a championship so i'm tremendously thankful to him in the organizations thankful to him but in terms of moving forward excited about our youth we have really good momentum moving into the future and we're we're we're excited about the future for the for organization in the last four years special nba tv we have to play differently and the selection of cowan sex and.

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"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Coaching and the joy of playing this year's been harder for him a lot harder and and to have to watch him struggle and pole and try to reach this team in different ways like that's the human side that as is fascinating to me is the basketball side of this you know it was unanimous among the very small group that i was talking to not including me that the words would have one really because and it because the cavs were so bad defensively and the warriors with harrison barnes were still an all time greats him i the the argument for that is the first two games of the series which the last three were all close and included the only cleveland win the first to the warriors wanted oracle by forty fifty whatever combined by a lot of points combined and so that you kind of forget those two games because they were so blah and the last three were so exciting but those two games exists there on the record and they feel like games like that might have been a two oh series with harrison barnes but that cleveland team was awesome and i don't know how i would answer that question i kind of think they needed to ran to my gut is they needed durant a win that's what i think because i that cleveland team was a historically great offensive team now defensively they went from bad to average maybe a little bit above average in the playoffs and they lost one game in the east and that was enough that their defense was enough to to be that dominant in the east i they were to me they were champlin that was a championship caliber team and i think this goes to the belief system like you said you like they're not as talented and lebron knows are not as talented and on top of this series if there's there's there's not good they're just like not that good of talking correct but as great as lebron is he smart enough to know i haven't.

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"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"The first thing you've got to do and then you know you look at some of the rotations because what has golden state preached and preached and preached in this they have preached make the next play look at the drastic difference in games for kevin durant and his efficiency game one to game two in different the higher number of assists if the warriors just continued to get to the next play and if andrea gonzales back in steady shaun livingston is they're always going to get to that next plight why do you think they were the monumental favorites coming into this because they have so much shot making playmaking is cleveland as comfortable as they've ever been maybe the five match up the four five matchup are they playing at times to nonshooters golden state yes they've still got three of the baddest men on the planet when it comes to shop making shoot you had less than one hundred percent klay thompson heat comes out blazing in game two close incredible click glaze hugging i go of clay no one doubted he would play everyone's a classical play maybe it'll be a little mcclain's in ironman he'll never it's it's what what do you think by the way what do you think they should do defensively well one thing one thing i don't i don't think i think kevin love has been fine on defense now for two finals in a row fine by his standards he's not gonna stop steph curry he blocked him at the rim at one point in game two it's actually a couple of occasions because i've got the thirty two on my phone there's a couple of occasions where he's down in stance he's stringing curry parallel or as you say that one where he's contesting him at the rim he he's been adequate like he isn't the reason why they're struggling defensively he's not helping just because of the limitations of his feet and his speed and his verticality like he's just but don't you need them sack was your best shooting this is what i'm going to say like the idea that the solution is to play kevin love less is crazy because they are not their backup is is jeff green who's not as good and it's jeff green is is is more mobile i get it he's he's quicker he's not a good defensive player it's not like it's not like you.

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"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"You're really good at that una mike really and he said yes you were very good and he's the guy who helped me was named steve mcdonald he's a guy who helped me you know put the game board together and and this is how you do it and this is how you prep then and that sort of thing and so the basketball you know part was the easiest part it was the mechanics wasn't a communications major i was someone who would be terrified normally when you see the red light come on and so all that took time to get used to all right guys there is a huge difference between an off the rack suit and a madetomeasure suit there is literally no comparison a made to measure suit takes more time it takes more effort sometimes it takes more money but it is worth it in indochino the world's largest made to measurements where company is here to shrink that time money effort gap and make a madetomeasure suit easier for you to do they also do a shirts by the way they'll measure every party or body they'll do everything they'll you can either go into a showroom or you can do it online but they'll measure everything and they'll let you pick from a selection of high quality fabrics and patterns and personalize every detail of a suit lapel the lining throw monogram on there you can go to a showroom like the old fashioned way or you can go to indochino dot com and pick everything submit your measurements and then accustomed suit will arrive literally at your house and this week my listeners can get any premium indochino suit for just three hundred seventy nine dollars which is ridiculous a made to measure suits and cost you a thousand plus easily all you have to do is go to indochino dot com and enter low l o w e my last name them in this podcast at checkout that's at least fifty percent off the regular price of a made to measure premium suit and shipping is free go to indochino dot com promo code low l o w e and again three hundred seventy nine dollars with free shipping how can the cavs get back in the series.

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"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Nations as the playoffs wore on with cleveland and for some recent i instead of running into the pr director i i'm running into koby altman and kobe was nice enough to give me the information and then on the play were kevin the my first thought was oh my god that's a concussion and coby kind of brushed by me and he wouldn't say anything and i'm like okay i know what's going on and kobe altman's mind he would want to tell me but in this instance he's got to be hyper vigilant about what it is the cavaliers say sure fee says the c word then under scrutiny immediately bing bing bing and the other thing is never speculate what i can do there's a difference between speculation an observation so we're always taught on the broadcast never speculate you might think i remember watching mark jones i was it kubi no it was the demarcus cousins game this year so i'm watching mark jones who is a tremendous for people who don't know who's a tremendously successful basketball player in canada and zach he basically knew that boogie had blown his achilles and he was he could not speculate but he he basically through the power of observation said if you've seen somebody blow their achilles i'm not saying this is what he did but it certainly looks like that and so i'll tell you this there was the game in the finals were i think is a finals maybe it's west nile steph curry took the fall and they're on the road and icy them sort of doing an eye test with steph curry through a crack in the door that just happened to be open as i'm coming by now i can report that sure you saw it right so it's observational as opposed to speculation for me it's always about his this worthy should i say it that those i would say you're one hundred percent correct those are anxiety producing i'll tell you one that drove me crazy excited yeah and it caused you know some consternation with me and and our group and then we were in san antonio and the great air conditioning blowout game i was not at taking and try.

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"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Like they're long and you're right and i'll be honest with you when i moved to this position and this is why whether i'm the analyst or the sideline if i know the local announcers i'm talking to them as an analyst because they're in the minutia of the team every day times i'm going clinton and i'm saying is the typical interaction is that typical is just what he does is with that especially allies rely on the trust of those players oh my gosh she knows them well no doubt no doubt and show i have to depend on her and she's like oh yeah this happens all the time but you're right it's not what you think happens there long and those coaches stand out there 'cause they're like i'm not talking for four minutes or whatever it is also the players like i looked at that clip and just thought well of course they're shellshocked yeah look what just happened to them and they know and we gotta go five more minutes with this team and you know interruption has come and you give them enough time you know interruption is coming and lebron knows their cleveland is physical state you knows because smarter than all of us about basketball right he he knows that when you get that close on the road you gotta get it you just gotta get it to have a chance to win the series you win that game and all you gotta do is when you're home game yeah you've done the single most difficult thing and you didn't in game one and it to be heartbroken like but you know i get what people are saying about players are going to take their cue from him he is the alpha of the nba i mean i know for everything i mean i know it seems like five years ago but when the league was.

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"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"And his response was exactly for he got his answer it's thinking to myself well i think he's pretty much helped his team get here and put them in a position to in game one so i get that you could you know i did think he i did think his reactions in the huddle were powerful enough that an especially i find the true of the new guys on i saw this to kyle korver today in our interviews when i am watching the game or when i am watching their huddle i can't take my eyes off him like he is that powerful presence and i think and doc rivers talks all the time about the the power of nonverbal communication your body language as a basketball player will who holds more power in the palm of his hands especially with certain new teammates like george hill like i saw george hill i remember saying this to brian win horse before this footage aired right after game one or maybe the next morning i just said you know there was a moment where at first he sitting calmly and then i think he he feels the weight of what just happened and he is human as much as we all think he's superman you could see there was a moment where lebron felt the weight of everything that had transpired not just the overturned call you know couple of cleans strips by them that they don't get and then whatever the two minute reports about dream on its cetera et cetera we rehashed at ad nauseam but he had a human reaction and i wonder and i can't quantify it but i remember george hill sitting with his head in a towel with his hands down now you imagine that.

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"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Game one the cavaliers a very tough whistle then you had the missed free throw and then you have the jr brain pres so so my point that was a long winded way of saying where would we be how different with the tone and tenor of this series b had all that not transpired lebron puts him in position to win with fifty one eight nate it's this majestic king like performance and those men who all admitted to feeling pressure and have to play every single night and be the shot makers and bad men that they are man could you imagine it was a majestic performance i called it majesty aerial in my column i don't even know if that's a word but they let it slide it was like he was so much better than everyone else on the floor including two of the top five players in the nba other than him think about it after at the end of last season series we are talking about and kevin durant believed and i think rightly so after what we witnessed from kevin durant last year he had closed the gap he sat in that taxicab with carrie champion and basically set on one be baby and that line about you know i feel like that was lebron torching of passing the torch tony camonte and close that gap and now all of a sudden that gap feels wider again doesn't it were all wrong all the time one of the things i'm happy that i'm right about was as that discussion is going on in a column somewhere during that series i i wrote something like can we can we hit the brakes on like is kevin durant the best player in the nba debate because he's not and it's not close like this series this season and the series has reminded everyone like it's not close that do just keeps getting better lebron keeps game better to hang fifty one like effortlessly lick it was just effortless it was it was outrageous in in it felt like a game they had to get where were you when the jr thing happened i watched it sony that you're there.

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"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"I'm glad i was there games wow yeah i said this many times lebron has provided me so many incredible moments in my career and i was just talking about this shift in attitude toward me and i know we're gonna talk basketball but i would say this to you like it's a very powerful thing when the best players in the world react to me in a certain way on television and the conversations i've had with lebron the fact that he looks me ida i the fact that he pauses to consider my question i think has a profound effect on those viewers watching and maybe other nba players and so i think he takes me seriously as a basketball person i don't think he doesn't because he thinks he's changing minds but i do think that he and steph and kevin and all these guys because of their interactions with me it's not even in their consciousness but i know it's it has some some affect where where does that game rank i mean just to watch the fifty one eight and eight on the road and perhaps with with houston coming off a seven game series where to a man before game one when we sat with steph and clay and k d and all three men in an interview on camera admitted to feeling stress pressure and anxiety and the warriors for stretches the season have not looked very warrior like and steve kerr has been grasping and pulling and trying to find all the right notes and chords to play with his team if if the cavaliers could have won that game if the call is not overturned and listen i said this in a group to i spoke to the warriors staff like the cavaliers and it's not like golden state has never suffered from this but in gay.

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"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"doris burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Hiring every business needs great people and a better way to find them something better than posting your job online and just praying for the right people to see it ziprecruiter revolutionized hiring their technology finds great candidates for you it learns what you're looking for identifies people with the right experience and invites them to apply to your job right now our listeners can try it for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash low post that ziprecruiter dot com slash low post ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire and now the low has welcome to the low post podcast live from cleveland ohio where i just could not be more excited as always to be joined by the one and only soon to be hall of famer still the all time assist leader i believe for wounds ask well no now oh my god and how do they all time assist leader at providence college was a wonderful short little guard five foot two sean yeah evans she was up an actually won you know how they have the award immense college basketball six feet and under they have a similar one for women's basketball and sean you evans wanted as a senior she was just a dynamic speedster point guard and i still mad at sean for beating my providence college if you haven't guessed it's doris burke literally the one and only and i'll tell you sean you evans that's her name she's an enemy of she's an enemy of this podcast she should an enemy of the podcast doors first of all it's it's public knowledge we announce it congratulations you signed a new deal with the spn thanks i'm really excited sack you know i love the game and to do it for a little bit more time is really exciting for me i'm very very happy one of the things i like about you among very many is that no matter how successful you get.

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Disciplined Boston Celtics take advantage of Philadelphia 76ers' late-game meltdowns to take commanding lead

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01:04 min | 2 years ago

Disciplined Boston Celtics take advantage of Philadelphia 76ers' late-game meltdowns to take commanding lead

"To five the fanatic boston wins doris burke called it on espn and watched his philly made turnover after turnover after over it's a theme that was one thing that haunted philly throughout the course of the year let's remember in the regular season this team turned it over to a greater degree than any other nba team all year in critical moments it looked to me all night as if boston was the more mature more disciplined team in critical moments you think about a rare turnover from jj redick where he looked like he was going to give it right back to ben simmons that doesn't happen there their failure to execute down the stretch and it's so interesting because going all the way back to november i had a private conversation with jj radic and he said doris if we figure out the turnover situations we're going to be a very tough team to be you wonder if this is just a step they've gotta get past to to have more success in the future in the playoffs because it's haunted him all year and now this young philadelphia seventy six or team is one loss away potentially one game away from having their wonderful season it come to an.

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