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"duncan johns" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"New York with your global ahead of the top stories for investors in the coming week. You know, we talk a lot about how inflation is slamming Asian countries and growth has been slow. But you know, that's not true everywhere in Asia. For more, let's go to Hong Kong and Bloomberg day break Asia host Brian Curtis and his colleague Duncan. John duggan I thought it would be a good time to talk about Indonesia. Indonesia's annual budget comes out on August 16th. The economy has been humming along very nicely this year, even with some of the extraordinary challenges of supply chain disruptions and inflation around the world. The Jakarta composite index is one of the few global stock benchmarks to actually be in the green for the year And unlike many countries, inflation in Indonesia is not being viewed as a major issue. Bank Indonesia's core inflation measure is near the midpoint of its goal that between two to 4%, even so, the Central Bank is expected to raise interest rates this month. Joining us is Claire zhao, who reports on the Indonesian economy for Bloomberg news. So a lot of Claire is going right in Indonesia. It's been helped a lot, I guess, by high commodity prices for a big part of the first half of the year. But they're also getting policy right in Indonesia. What would you say is the sweet spot at the moment? Yeah, Indonesia has really been one of the few lucky countries of 2020 through as you said, while the rest of the world has been worried about translation, Indonesia has had manageable inflation, the budget is in surplus. And record low interest rates until now, while everyone is hiking. So it's curious because if you look at the latest reading on consumer confidence for the month of July, I think the index was down a little bit more than what we saw in June. How is the Indonesian consumer fairing? If you look at inflation in Indonesia, the headline inflation has been a pretty good number. We're still at 5%. It's breached the Central Bank's target of two to 4%. However, if you strip out all of the volatile items and look at just core inflation, which is what the Central Bank is looking at, it's still at 3%, which is still at the midpoint of its target. That's really what's helped it keep interest rates at record lows. However, as you mentioned, consumer sentiment is going down. And the reason for that is because volatility food items are surging, the prices are searching for that. That's for imported foods like soy, for example. And crops like chili, garlic that have been affected by bad weather. So there does seem to be a bit of a divide between what the Central Bank is tracking, which is core inflation. And what consumers really feel on the ground based on what everyday items they buy and what everyday items they have to come true. What happens when commodity prices really turn? We've seen some easing of commodity prices generally a big drop in oil prices and such. If there's a bigger fall off, how does that affect the country? I guess that's the mystery that Indonesia has to face next year. The government is well aware that the commodity needs has to turn at some point. And that much of what's driving price pressures up to date is what's happening in supply chains and the war in Ukraine. And that's really given a lot of leeway this year. That's given them record high exports that's given them government revenues that's allowed them to pour in as much as $34 billion in subsidies and compensation to keep energy costs low for ordinary indonesians. That same situation may not happen in 2023. Once these coal and oil prices fall. So what they're hoping for is to start to taper off some of their unnecessary spending. President joko widodo has told his ministers don't start new projects. Let's focus on just finishing the existing ones. So it's very interesting that you bring up the president because in the coming week, the editor in chief of Bloomberg news, John micklethwait will be sitting down in conversation with president joko widodo. Recently, jokowi ordered the cabinet to keep using the budget for 2023 as I think the way the finance minister described it as a shock absorber, keeping that budget deficit below 3% of total GDP. So talk to us a little bit about the importance of government subsidies in keeping the Indonesian economy in this current sweet spot. I think that's how Brian described it. Yeah, so you've seen with many countries, inflation can be a very political issue. And took all we saw that earlier this year when cooking oil prices surged and his popularity ratings fell. So this is something that's very, very close to his heart. He was very firm advocate in streamlining fuel subsidies, energy subsidies, but that's something that they've really stepped back on this year. And instead they've said whatever money that we're earning from our record high exports, let's pour it back into the economy through these subsidies instead. Claire, thanks so much for joining us and for sharing your insights on Indonesia. Claire zhao, who reports on the Indonesian economy for Bloomberg news. I'm Brian Curtis, along with Doug kisner, you can catch us every weekday here for Bloomberg daybreak Asia, beginning at 6 a.m. in Hong Kong, and 6 p.m. on Wall Street. John. Brian and duck, thanks a lot. Just to hit our Bloomberg daybreak weekend, former president Trump and the GOP. I'm John Tucker, this is rumor. The news sports are easy to disagree on. Let's see what happens when sports
"duncan johns" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"With your global look ahead of the top stories for investors in the coming week. Big moment coming for Japan's prime minister. We're tracking those developments very closely, and for more, let's go to our Bloomberg daybreak, Asia hosts, Brian Curtis, and Duncan. John Japanese prime minister fumio kishida faces upper House elections next weekend. Up until recently, he should have been riding pretty high, but his poll numbers have been slipping here of late as people fret over inflation and the weakening yen. And this election could mark an inflection point for kishida. It will either dictate whether he governs for many years or he becomes yet another revolving door leader. Joining us to look at the stakes and analyze some of the underlying conditions is John herskowitz. Miss Bloomberg's East Asia government editor. How safe is it to say that while Keisha's support has waned a little, the LDP and its coalition partner comedo will probably retain their majority in the upper house. The bars start really that high for the selection, so it's about half of the seats, the 240 seats that are being contested. The elections for a 125 and the LDP actually could suffer a seat setback and still retain the majority of the LDP by far as the favorite choice for the voters. And the polling from various sources says that the LDP and its junior partner komato are going to keep the majority after the election. The opposition is having trouble gaining traction as they have done for years and decades now. So it looks like the majority is pretty much set for kishida and the junior partner quebecois. John from what I understand a record number of female candidates are going to be featured in this upcoming election. How could this change the way we're looking at Japanese politics right now? Well, the number is quite high. I think some of the newspapers indicate that we're looking at a 181 of the 545 candidates will be female. And this is up for a record of one 46 in 1989. So the numbers it's about 33%, which is the highest it's ever been, but by the same token Japan really doesn't stack up that well in terms of female representation in its government. Put things like the inter parliamentary union, usually rank Japan towards the bottom. I've got the I've got the numbers here. Yeah. So Japan ranks a 162nd among a 193 countries by the inter parliamentary union in terms of gender balance. This is below Bahrain Saudi Arabia, some countries that have really been criticized for their records on gender equality. Overall, I mean, we said at the outset that this is a very important election for kishida. Why is it that he needs such a decisive victory? A decisive victory means that he is in a very good position for the next several years. If after the election, he doesn't have to call a brace for another election for another three years. So if he does well now, it means that he's probably on a path to stay in office for at least perhaps until the next election. Japan has had a tendency of going through a prime minister's fairly quickly. The terms like the revolving door. So making a pass the one year threshold would probably bode well for him. The biggest threat that he actually faces is not from the opposition, but it's from within his own LDP. If he's seen as a leader who can deliver, then there's a very good chance he'll be around for the next set of elections three years down the road. When you look at those so called kitchen table issues for citizens in Japan, I mean, is inflation right at the top of the list. Absolutely. And we have to survey that came out yesterday from Kyoto news, one of the major news agencies in the country. And it said that 80% of the people had surveyed didn't see the steps from kishi does government as being enough to fight inflation. This is one of the paradoxes for the election is that the base for the ODP is very much among older rural voters who are perhaps the most affected by inflation because of fixed incomes and things of that sort. But these voters also don't find the opposition policies, they're not convinced that the opposition will do a better job in handling the economy. So while the base of the RDP is really taking a hit from inflation, it doesn't look like you're going to see a lot of people being swayed by the arguments of opposition candidates and taking the votes from the cell DP block. John, thanks so much for your insights. John hirschowitz, there, Bloomberg's East Asia government editor. I'm Brian Curtis, along with Doug Krishna. You can catch us every weekday here for Bloomberg daybreak, Asia, beginning at 6 a.m. in Hong Kong and 6 p.m. on Wall Street. John. All right, Brian and Doug,
"duncan johns" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"New York with your global looking ahead at the top stories for investors in the coming week The U.S. may be considering easing some terrorists and for a look at what to expect what it all means let's go to Hong Kong now Bloomberg daybreak Asia host Brian Curtis and his colleague Duncan John President Biden is said to be looking at lifting some tariffs on Chinese goods He has talked openly about this and last week the treasury secretary Janet Yellen told Congress that the administration is open to it The tariffs were imposed by president Trump Now the administration says some of the Trump tariffs are simply irresponsible it says they do not advance either U.S. economic or national security interest and the administration has said the levees race prices for both American families and businesses as well So this amounts to about $360 billion worth of tariffs on annual Chinese imports over a four separate actions that were conducted between 2018 and 2019 So to take a closer look at that and the pluses and minuses perhaps of removing some of these were joined by end of current Bloomberg's chief Asia economics correspondent So and given that point of view that Doug just mentioned their from the administration what's the holdup if it brings down prices just do it Well I think some economists question whether or not it really would have that much of an impact on overall inflation I guess the way to think about these tariffs brine or both the economic angle and the political aspect to it The economic angle is on paper you would say that putting tariffs on the kind of merchandise goods at U.S. consumers are buying is surely pushing up prices and surely playing a role in inflation And if you bring down those tariffs then that will take pressure off inflation So let's say it was a habit and stages So let's say as we head into going back to school season some of those products might come off the list or have their tariffs reduced and then as you move into the end of year holiday shopping season those kind of gifts products higher value added products with sarto would become a little bit cheaper But the question is whether it would be cheaper at the margins and whether or whether it would be a game changer for an inflation in general The other thing to think about actually even beyond tariffs is what's happening in demand in the U.S. because I have spoken to a lot of manufacturers in recent weeks and they are saying that they're order book for U.S. goods is actually softening considerably because of inflation because people are spending money differently now on say services rather than goods and because obviously as interest rates go up So again as I say on paper a tariff reduction might bring down U.S. inflation but question is how much it might be seen as a bit of a boon for Chinese exporters where they're saying demand is actually already fading So at the end of the day this might not have the impact that as the headlines might suggest it would So when these levies were imposed I think the aim was here to end with the U.S. referred to at the time was unfair trade practices on the part of China has the behavior on the China side changed at all I know there is also the issue of alleged theft of intellectual property As they has there been any behavioral change there was one big behavioral change during the pandemic and that was U.S. consumers couldn't buy Chinese goods fast enough We saw record shipments quite of China to the U.S. We saw a big widening of the trade surplus So I mean to your point a few years ago this was meant to be all about a decoupling pushing back against Chinese trade practices but along came the pandemic and in fact Chinese trade with the U.S. boomed If you remember the political priority of time was this was meant to be phase one dog Phase one trade agreement whereby tariffs will go up and in response to China would buy agricultural goods from the U.S. and then the next phase was meant to be where to go into more thorny or complicated products and IP protection and allowing greater access in that kind of thing I'm not sure the tariffs have net net change that much overall in terms of the political structures in terms of the kind of restrictions and difficulties that U.S. companies complain about when they're trying to access China and do business in China But as I'm saying to you what I would say is that if anything to take away over the last few years has been that U.S. consumers literally couldn't buy Chinese goods fast enough and that was one of the big takeaways from the pandemic Well and there's also questions I suppose how well it would work because the U.S. administration can't tell importers and distributors and these stores to just lower prices and would they do it I mean would they or would they just pocket the profits This is the big question mark This is where the behavioral stuff comes into it You can take your tariffs off You can lift them up the customs end of things but will that reduction be passed on to consumers Again if we go into a slowing economy not just in the U.S. but globally you would say then that would take price pressure off prices maybe those a wholesalers would have to bring down their prices There's also a lot of commentary by the way that inventory stocks are very high demand and that these big wholesalers and stores in the U.S. have a lot of goods to shift now So there might be incentive on them to bring down prices in the months ahead and perhaps the tariffs will flow through But the other side of the inflation debate and you have to look at what's going on with other aspects of cost of living like the cost of energy and the cost of food none of that is going to be changed by bringing down tariffs and school books And a fascinating conversation Thanks so much And the current Bloomberg's chief Asia economics correspondent I'm Brian Curtis along with Doug Krishna you can catch us every weekday here for.
"duncan johns" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"All right, let's talk a little more basketball. Was think about the concept of superstars, Rus. And how we've had a lot of superstars over the years, but then there's a rare version. The malleable superstar. The guy who can fit with any type of lineup, which I think is in a weird way. For me, the thing I like more with basketball and I think like bird and magic, Kevin Garnett was like this Duncan, John havlicek. These guys that it doesn't really matter what's on their team. You don't have to build the team specific to them. Because I heard after the game 5, TNT, the warriors and the Mavs series is over and they're saying, well, Luca was the best part in the series, but and then he's got to come in better shape. They got a better people around him all this stuff. But I'm thinking like, wait, curry, I know he went 5 for 17 in game 5, but he was the best part in that series. All the things that he does, which you and I have talked about on this podcast a million times. Allows them to have really any type of supporting cast for him as long as it's good enough and as long as they can defend and they have a little more offense, but he's so special. The space he creates, the tyreek hill thing, where the defenses are just so worried about him at all times. The intelligence that he has, how much funny is to play with, the spirit he brings to the team. It's all stuff that some of it doesn't even factor in with stats. But I was thinking about that versus Luca where I don't know if Luca can just fit in on every team. You know, we see like, well, we got to build this certain type of team for him. The curry guys are so much more interesting to me from a team building standpoint. I don't need to get you to talk about curry to rave about him. But do you know what I'm talking about here? The malleable superstar? Yeah, because I think that's the hardest thing to figure out. You look at Luca's numbers and you're in awe of what this guy has done in a very short amount of time in his playoff run. And I feel good for Luca in a way to kind of get out of the first round, put a little run together after the Phoenix series. You're like, what does this team even capable of? And then you started to see, okay, wait a minute, talent discrepancy is a real thing between these two things. Two teams, but Luca is so dominant and you feel so helpless against him when he's really rolling, that I think it's just a nice reflection of why Steph still seems to be overlooked at times because you go, wait, does Steph dominate the way another player would with these massive numbers and the rebounds and also the stuff and it's like, well, he's just even the whole take a lot of shots. It's never felt like Steph wants to play by himself. He actually wants to be your teammate. And that's incredibly rare because I think part of it's the personality of a basketball player. And I also think it's the way we constantly freak out about where these guys stack up historically, where I think some of them are just like, if I don't take all these shots, then everybody's gonna think I'm soft. And for Steph, he doesn't have to worry about any of these stuff because it's resumes already incredible. But like I remember when it was Durant, draymond and clay, when the four of them were rolling and there were these plus minus numbers. So you would go, okay, what's everyone's plus minus? What's Golden State's plus minus when these four guys are on the floor together. It was absurd. And then you're like, okay, well, take away one of them. And then Steph still had the highest one. And then it was like take away two of them. And then you went through every combination in every combination was always that much higher with Steph where I think the team still had some weird plus minus when the other guys weren't playing. There was one play against Dallas in game 5 where they ran it where the ball was in the left side, curry runs through on a cut, never touches the basketball and clay trails them like a car draft. Remember that. And then clay gets it, encourages runs through and then clay dumped it to loony and they got a dunk. There are numerous moments throughout a game where the defense screws up freaks out only because of the fear of Steph, which is unlike any other player in the league. Yeah, I think some guys can almost be contagious. Is the word I've used in the past. And bird of magic, they were contagious as passers and they were just elevate everybody else's passing ability. It was just almost by osmosis. You just became a better passer. With Steph, that's the movement. It's hard not to play with that dude for 8 months and just not move better on her basketball court after a while. Like you almost feel like you're an idiot if you're just standing there. Everyone else is moving around. You're like, no, no, I'm just going to plant myself here. I just feel like we evaluate basketball correctly sometimes. Where.
"duncan johns" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Let's check in with Philip, who is in Memphis, who has he knows what it's like to be in Alabama fan. Hey Phillip. Hey, Paul. Thanks for taking my call. Thank you. No excuses. We got the last night, Georgia was better team, but Paul, I have never been prouder of my team and my coach. A team of largely freshmen and sophomores played play Georgia well. We got beat in the fourth quarter. And I'm proud of the guys held up at the fourth floor and we were actually ahead of them, but Georgia was the better team. I salute them. They're going to be a great champion. So I'm glad it stayed in the SEC. But I just want to get ahead of that tree dweller seeming more on legend that's going to be Colin soon. Make sure that he understands that there are no excuses. Injuries are part of the game. People need to understand that we've got other guys that they can take over and of course there's not one jamison Williams, but we'll be back next year and we don't need to worry about what happened last night. Let's give Georgia their dude. They're a great team and I salute them and Kirby's a great coach, but we'll be back next year. Great to hear from you. Thank you very, very much. Kevin is in Indiana, hello, Kevin. Hey, Paul, good talking to you again. Thank you. Hey, I just came from a cracker barrel in southern Indiana, and I ran into two Georgia football fans to young man and they had literally ordered like four different platters of food. They had had a long night celebrate and they had a long drive back home, but go dogs. Man, you made me hungry. Thinking about cracker barrel on a cold Indian morning and was it ever? Cracker barrel used to be one of my favorite places. Okay, is everybody ready for one more call before we get to the first guess? He's earned it. He's been calling you too long to talk about the dogs. What about at red dog? Paul, I'm not going to call him and glow too much. I still waiting to wake up from the dream. It's real. It was a great game and I will say this Brad shown quite a great game. And when it was 1813, I said, here we go again. But they did some in the fourth quarter that was unbelievable. I'm 40 years old and it's just like, wow, you know, I know Alabama's won a bunch of them. But like I've been telling you for years, I just want one, hopefully we can add on to that. You know, and I'll say this about Nick Saban. He is one of the greatest of all time. And he showed class last night. He really did. You know? And I've always felt the great people are defined by how they handle adversity. And I know that's a cliche, but you always talk about show me a good loser and I'll show you a loser. Well, you have to know how to lose with grace and dignity. And I really do think Saban personified that last night, just like Kirby has, and all the time. Kirby, and the thing about it is is Kirby learned undersight. And Kirby's got a lot of respect for Nick and Nick has got a lot of respect for Kirby. And yes, it's a game, but without savings too loose, but I mean, like I said, we have it one, I think national champions. But it's just nice to get that one and maybe this will springboard several more to come. I know Alabama will be back next year and hopefully we'll be back and like I said it was a great game great time and like set up all the battle fans I saw were gracious and defeat. And you know, well, thank you. I have to just appeal to the audience. It's 12 in the afternoon and I haven't had an ounce of alcohol today. I have not inhaled any drugs. Am I hearing this correctly? Red dog with humility. I think I may have walked into the wrong show. Anyway, we'll take a break. More of your phone calls at 855-242-7285. We'll catch up with L Duncan, John Tulsi, Mike Griffith, among the guests on this Tuesday afternoon..
"duncan johns" Discussed on Bliss of the Abyss
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"duncan johns" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I'm sending two little Roddy, but I'm worried about his future. What is going to be doing But it's so important. I mean, they encouraged me. Both my brothers chipped in to help me buy a good acoustic guitar. So I'm deeply indebted to keep Listeningto I heart radio for more Rod Stewart and all your favorite artist. Ready with Rachel. Just a little bit longer. Rock back on Monday you and see if dine on ESPN too. Is that right? So we're talking about scary movie going Duncan John batteries here in a couple of minutes. But in the meantime, we're talking about movies that scared you when you're a kid. And Dustin here said Funny to say it now. But troll too. When did your five never seen controlled? It's I mean, I could see it. If you saw it at the right age. I could see it something blah, blah, blah, turning people into green goo. I know nothing about it. Let's go to the phones here and dig some quick calls Eric, Thanks for calling buddy. And thanks for holding. What do you have? Thank you, Like like snakes on a plane needs to movies were both pretty bad movies. But there's scenes that are just Horrible The hills have eyes and cabin fever. See the hills have eyes I've seen by that that that is a scary movie, but the cabin fever and I think I'll take us in that one, either. It's just a grilled bad movie where friends gets stuck in a cabin and they start going crazy and a scene. I don't explain on the radio you You're a good man. That's good parade, guys. Friend. Yes. Somebody washing out for us. This is to change. How about you, Adam? We're talking about movies that scared you when you're a kid. Yeah. I was thinking about moving to scare me as a kid. But then you guys started talking about Cooper Loompas and dinosaurs. Uh, you get scared of that. The real scary things are like the shining all mention Stephen King. A man puts in business, You know, Quiet, Barker. He did They do a lot of good stuff. Well, yeah, I mean, I see what you're okay. Your opinion. Adam Scariest Stephen King movie. It has to be the shining for one starts to the game to the end, you know, I mean, I just It just intensifies. Run over and free shouted. It's more thriller. Yeah, there's no CG. I were like snakes in the plane. It's all you Wow, It's really hated Get your weight where it's meant to be. I want to tell you my favorites because I was thinking about that today. When I was thinking about this topping my feet had scene in which I think is Crazy, terrifying. Is where Shelley Duvall walks up behind him while he's sitting there at the typewriter with the baseball bat. We'll know when he might be out with the baseball bat later. But when she walks up and he's typing over and over again, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, and she realizes that's what he's been doing with, like hundreds of pages of typing paper. And the look in their eyes when they look at each other. We were shallow ball and Jack know what a great cast you know. I mean, and you know how much more you do sometimes, you know, but it's not so much with the dinosaurs. I think. Yeah, but we're talking about a kid movie like we saw those movies when we were kids talk good things. So I feel bad for the people that called in and actually participated, and we're like, you know, Hey, I got scared by the silly thing, because that's kind of like what we're talking about. A Greg How about you? What scared you when you were a kid? This was a very scary movies for me when I was like 10 years old. Yeah, way we're talking about just talking about it. That's I mean, that's why I'm not a vampire. Absolutely not well, and that's you know, that's that's next level stuff to man. When that kids like cover and outside the window and then Yeah, thanks, Greg Again, you're seeing it would scare the hell out of you when you were kids. Because I saw that later. You know, I was older. But ah, Doug, Thanks for holding. What do you have? Well, previous colleges stole my thunder. But Yeah, that star David Hutchinson won it from, you know No, not not, Hodgins said. Shoot I you're talking about, But, yeah, they were told they would David Soul exactly Well, since the other one, the one that got me and it's only because of the first one in the whole franchise was nightmare on Elm Street after the first when you knew it wouldn't come out. Yeah, my parents cinema. Well, it's like Halloween. You know, when you when you first saw Halloween Not knowing what was going on that I have to say I was in college when I saw that, and that did give me a jump. Here. And and thanks, buddy. Let's get to John. Right, quick. John. What do you have, man? What? The movie that scared you when you're a kid. Rachel ready, How you guys doing? Good doing good. But, um, I'm going on a school here and I'm 65 movie when I was six years old. It's no Marie from the fifties. It's college debaters from Mars. And it's about these aliens came down and one under drawn blinds house They took over his parents. They put things in the back of their neck. I took over everybody in this town like the police chief and everything that movie. I would How is traumatized or months? Cause I remember, you know, John and similar fashion When I was a kid. I remember seeing the original invasion of the Body Snatchers, and it sounds a lot like that. To me. That's another good movie invasion of the Body Snatchers. Thanks, buddy. Let's squeeze in. Ah, Jim, right, quick. Jim, What do you have? Hey, I've got a movie that has affected my entire life. Oh, In my entire life decisions I've made. That's that's that's pretty heavy, right? Yes, every bite. I agree on this one. The original jaw. Ls I cannot. I cannot. I was waiting for someone to say it. Thank you. Thank you because, yes, Murky water passed my elbow. I can't even form pond. Knowing that those sharks they're going to drag me under the water and eat me from lunch. Yeah, yeah, It is a fact my whole life and I'm 55 years old. I just went down the best, and I didn't even give in past and you could still see your feet in the water, but that's okay. You know, Jim, I'm not going to kid you I kind of feel the same way because You know, I went snorkelling one time and I was I couldn't even enjoy the scenery under the water because I kept kind of glance it over my shoulder to see if there was anything coming. Yeah, I've never been going right. You're on it. You're just floating bait for something. So go ahead. Great. No, No, I won't. I will actually go into the water. When I'm near the ocean. I won't. I'll if the tide starts come in. I back up onto the yet that I'm worried about jellyfish, Potentially, you know, you know when those things um there's all sorts of things that will sting or by you and tell you a story next week in that regard, But now we got John batteries. So what we're reading. So is little pitch here. So John, apparently best buy is among all these other stores joining the Black Friday crowd. Is that correct? Yeah, they're all they're all starting Black Friday so early. They actually launched some deals this week, and then next week, there's going to be more and it's amazing. It's me. Black body deals Almost. We just kind of exciting, but the problem is You don't know when to shop now..
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"Twenty the basketball of fame has been announced as you've said many times it's not an NBA hall of fame is a basketball hall of fame Kobe Bryant fifteen time all star cordially Kobe Bryant's in there Tim Duncan is in there Kevin Garnett Eddie Sutton Kentucky Oklahoma state route eighteen to make Catchings among the of folk is far as greatest of all time I just I did a quick look today two thousand nine is among many X. is seen as maybe the best Michael Jordan David Robinson John Stockton Jerry Sloan Vivian stringer there are many that I looked at today that are are really really good less feet Maravich Walt Frazier Rick Perry in nineteen eighty seven Nash Steve Nash Jason Kidd grant hill mo cheeks ray Allen of two thousand eighteen two thousand eight was Ewing allows you want daily bill Davidson nineteen eighty Jerry Lucas Jerry west Oscar Robertson so there's a lot of great ones but among the top three in twenty twenty and Brian Duncan and guard at that's for darn good yeah I think the the Oscar Jerry west today to butcher was also on that yes date to usher went on to be the you know commissioner the ABA after he was done what great player in the NBA as a player coach with the pistons so I mean obviously great players but this one but when you look at it is for your age you know just the stats in the all star game appearance is not even close I mean Kobe Bryant Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett combined for forty eight all star game appearances and Kevin Garnett was an excellent player fifteen time all star and a very good defender buddy won the one championship Kobe and jam one five each on the Adam up eleven championship just those three players and take Richie out of it really was good player and obviously a two time NBA championship coach but if you look at it as though it's just an NBA hall of fame I have a Kobe HM and and K. G. eleven NBA championships four MVPs in forty eight all star game appearance is the forty eight all star again appearances are far and away the most I mean ten one fifteen times internet would fifteen Tyson Kobe went fifteen times or whatever was so it's just it's it's an incredible class we know about Kobe Bryant we talk so much about him while he was flying after he retired we were there any other retired both of his numerals eight and twenty four with the warriors and obviously what happened in late January and his passing and the memorial we've talked a lot about Kobe I think Kobe Bryant outside of Michael Jordan's the best perimeter player to ever play and I think Tim Duncan because I saw the early stages of his career hi my all time NBA five is Michael and Colby Leri at small forward Tim Duncan at power forward and Kareem at center and Tim Duncan I think it and a lot of ways he's just so and I was texting my spurs friends when he got a and I made the point I think is the most underrated player of all time they came back with a group tax was pretty rated immediately yeah I mean obviously he's a first ballot hall of Famer and I but I I just don't you know bill Russell was thought to be the greatest winner in the history of the NBA anyway he was M. eleven championships in thirteen years the true at USF the the the gold medal in fifty six all of it but I I really believe that that jam into some respects was this generation's bill Russell L. as the spurs were good but they they could not get over the top and it was like the Celtics they they had all the pieces around the around the center position they just did not have that center position and Tim Duncan just everything that he did it also allow David Robinson to change his role where David slid over and became more bill Russell where all we need from you now is shot blocking rebounding I mean you could not get a shot off against the spurs and if you missed it they were gonna get the defensive rebound and they were gonna get in the open floor and if they had to play in the half court I mean I saw it so many times because you called the play right in front of me and blocked my vision is for opted for down for up as Jim Duncan and I saw the left bloc in for up is the right block and Jim could score anyway you wanted to he could face you up and go Sam Jones Scotty Pippin and bank at A. N. he could walk you down and score with either hand that a jump hook you could run pick and roll with them a little bit of a problem with double teams in turnovers for like one practice and they solve that members first ever NBA preseason game he tore Chris Webber's **** open he just out played and it was like wow Tim Duncan look like Brad Daugherty to me is first game he ever played like a twelve time NBA all star like right away so I think him just gets overlooked a lot I think he's that good of a player so when you put Kobe Bryant amp jam Duncan into the same class you're talking about ten NBA championships they each one five that's why it bugs me would lebron they go right to the comparisons to Michael Jordan lebron why we're not talking about Kobe and and and and Michael and why don't we we do we obviously did a jam I think it gets all over looks because he saw one on assuming any other big fundamental he'd like to talk to you know I'm anxious to see a speech off we will be able to hear it but it's going to be sad because now you know it's gonna be about Kobe Bryant obviously and his passing away died too young and he certainly deserves it but when they announced the hall of fame class and I watched it on NBA TV live and watched I was on the S. P. N. actually watched it all live but when CNN reported on it it was the Kobe Bryant made the hall of fame and they they just mention that even match the names others they never even mentioned how great of a player Tim Duncan was now Kevin Garnett was a very skilled player he could not went alone in Minnesota I actually went to Boston and he probably should've gone early in his career Tim is a better player than Kevin Garnett although I have heard some people say that card that's the best power forward of all time it's ridiculous but in any event I you know there are other classes that are close to what I think to butcher and Oscar in Jerry because Oscar Jerry came into the NBA together were part of the nineteen sixty epic team with coach Noel they meant so much to the league and a class that Michael is involved in any one in which I was locked in and David Robinson about Kobe is a check below Michael and Tim Duncan is better that either Stockton or Robinson so I I would have to say just from the NBA names that are on this list it it's the best hall of fame class of all time yeah that's right up there because like you said I was looking at all the classes and they're just so many good players but as you pointed out you don't think about Duncan too because I was I was on a on a on a beat for the jazz then and he alone would have so many games but he would dominate in but I think it was like you said market size he didn't talk a whole lot you here don't I think most people when your friends say he's pretty highly rated he is as a power forward but then when you expand the conversation out to greatest of all time which he should be in the conversation or or top you know in that in that line up of all time five you don't hear him as much because when you think of the power forwards there were more dynamic it was in I'm not saying there's good but Barkley was loud Malone style of play all those different kind of things Duncan was better it's just given market size given how quiet he was you don't see him beyond the power for discussion I don't see it and I don't you know what he didn't even play power forward when he first came into the NBA and they are the twin towers together it was David chan and that in that set up a base because pop called for down but it could have been five down unifies the center for the power forward but they would enter changes basically David was not great in the posting was too skinny so they would play a lot of high low action where David would feed the ball into jam or you know sometimes they double post and David B. on one posted Jan would be on the other but it was easier to double off the big with David's guy just leaving him to come over and double Duncan so pop didn't want that he wanted more of a spread out but actually after David Robinson retired Tim Duncan was the center so really weak we say because it's four down and more often pop never change the call it but Kim played most of his career at center then he did it at at power forward it's just I'm trying to get him on my all time team sama playing the power forward but really if you look at the breakdown most of his NBA minutes by far where it shattered they were just a power for probably only when he was on the floor with David simultaneously otherwise he played five but if you get into five discussion not as much as I love jam a larger one was that good of a player I mean I I honestly if I had to pick a team I I maybe would put Akeem at power forward over champ and play him next occurring but it came as a senator kind of what he could do everything he was amazing as much as I love Kim became allies always that good of a player not throughout the entirety of his career Kim was so good at the moment he got in the league right away he can obviously slow down later in his career but a larger one he was raw offensively he was not a great offense a player took a few years to get there Memon collagen well I college I will I remember doing a sureties game against Houston if I slam jam he was just raw he got better and better like Ewing and I was raw and young and pretty good offensively but in any event I mean Dunkin you know Eddie Albert Hayes was a hell of a good power forward however there are a lot of guys there were great powerful position change that's it for you know again for younger list visit just change these matters anymore says that a state Kerr points all the time the one position on the floor has probably changed more than earnings power forward that's why Andrew Wiggins at power forward he's not power for me I mean it was it was an act the card Karl Malone hello to kill so but I I mean the point is Tim Duncan was that that great of a player and so under rated I think but maybe to some that know the game and know what a great winner he was he's right there but you may call me I mean you're talking Kobe and Tim Duncan John Evan that's arguably two of the all time starting five in the history of the NBA and won the hall of fame class in one of England's pubs is two thousand twenty class could be the best of all time it was a great piece of ESPN wrote at the end of last week which was which warriors are in we'll get into that plus I just got the the sound for one o'clock it's very good will put up for you as well the top of the hour to pop in London one of four five and six eighty these forces this is pop and lined stream us on KNBR dot com through your smart phone or desktop we are east sports leader Hey sports fans if you're out there working.
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"Talking about the times still after all the way to go you think my god well he's gonna come back next year to get revived again can you you can't he gift and that's with a title like you did the warriors you know I'm still wonder why Katie left he's out there looking for some is not gonna flies you seek is looking for some is ever gonna find he had everything you need right here now you can like Aubrey yeah seeker maybe the two of them to get to give us some time to get to the point where you actually I mean you can seek were from a use of metaphors here some symbolism here a lot of time to continue your seeking your journeys and you start hitting dead ends yeah and then you like you know what I should have got I should never left the whole thing I had out there with clay and staff and jump into a lake of I'm cut ribbons on new arenas one of my doing here in Brooklyn I didn't want me I didn't want me in Brooklyn that's fast forward to next year when he Katie the whole thing it's not gonna work with with carrying a win at times I did or not god no it's not gonna work with kai recall some townie darn it not going to happen all right Kevin Garnett's the latest on doing podcasts he did all the smoke and mark as he says here Tim dot this is surprising Tim Duncan is trash talker yes exactly so they asked him pretty much to your top ten trash talkers and he goes right off the roof he goes Tim Duncan now it's not what you would normally think but here it is remember not to Tim Duncan Tim Duncan John I mean okay it would not see him verbally saying stuff because he when talking soon this is free trip to me we hit you in phrases got you all this is the worst right here nice try so then she no real hall course suddenly used to just kill last up and we can back in like this will be here as a mother daughter loves the doing a live audience all the smoke now poly yeah that's good I stacked checked in invite you FTS bonded Miami there's still time.