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"f  greenberg" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:06 min | 3 d ago

"f greenberg" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Predicting demands with ease. The world is going hybrid with ibm. Visit ibkr dot com slash hybrid cloud. I love to go to vegas with you. Nobody better than six greenberg nike south. I know you've got a busy schedule. We really appreciate you dropping by appreciate your thank you for having me. Well what a what a what an analysis there. We always appreciate your time. Nobody better than him. We are up against a break. We will come back thirty minutes remaining a busy busy monday afternoon about to be monday night. Stick around to listening to paul finebaum. Show podcast we welcome you back. It's nice of you to join us here. Final few minutes of our show and let's Checking with cleon who is up next good afternoon klay on welcome to the show. Hey how're you doing. Paul of quite well always great to hear from thank you sir. I wanted to Talk about in reference back to The best coaching jobs in the sec. Yes and I understand i. I i love you. Know your picks and understand. Outbound the creme de la creme. But i was thinking more or less arkansas and i'm gonna tell you my reasons. Why because of all the other states that it borders you know you know you have your missouri oklahoma texas louisiana and he has done such a remarkable job of just taking what he had and those guys are run through the wall song. I mean. don't get me wrong. I love to five stars. They'll give wrong but just remarkable job. There he has done and of course it doesn't hurt to have walmart and jerry jones money. I mean great facilities I think it from nominees. Faith in one the number one places to live this fayetteville so i just think about all in all understand. You know whatever the ticket about georgia. But i think i'm not saying they're arkansas is going next. You know but. I know those guys will run to a brick wall for now and i think they're ready to play some. Football thank twits. Thank you very much. You made one one specific point that i agree with north west. Arkansas is home to three fortune. Five hundred companies and that is a significant boost to a small area by any stretch but usually college downs. Don't have that type of feeder system and speaks for itself but you have a fortune five hundred trucking company there and you also have tyson tyson foods. Thank you for the call. Appreciate it very much. Let's check in with greg. Who is in georgia. Hey greg thank you good afternoon. Hey buddy you doing greg. I am doing well. Let me go do this. I for alleged you know why legend always talk about doors in how we both supposedly suck is because ledges worried about a. Does he knows we come. And i wanna tell you something legend. And i want you to hear me loud and clear. Enjoy your ride buddy. Because i'm gonna tell you something we come. Let me tell you one thing yeah. We wanted them with him. This nineteen eighty benson was there. Sixty four to nineteen ninety. Eight and business first championship was in nineteen. A you are correct. Let me tell you something. Let them times. Jane's so you can laugh. All you want to little buddy. Enjoy your ride because your time is coming to an end. You hear me in powell. Thank you so much for taking my call. Brother i loved. Thank you greg man. This interplay between bama fans and others is getting interesting. More of your phone calls at eight five five two four two seven two eight five. We still got a little time left. Let's check in with greg. Who is up next. Hey greg greg there. Yeah i'm here you're on the air. Great w on. Okay paul. i was wondering about larry from tuscaloosa. And then the other question. I had was About dawn. And what the heck him. He don't coach no more well. Yeah thank you. Larry from tuscaloosa is he's doing better larry's from shelby county he We talked to him not long ago as far as you don. jim Is a very busy these days Supporting his family and his grandchildren. And i think he he just his last last coached. I'm trying to remember what year was It was you know it's been almost twenty years. I think so. Maybe it's been about that about that long and He had a great career and has a hall of fame. Coach happens to be a great friend of ours here on this program. But i think he just moved past it and he never got back in. He did a lot of commentary he still. He's also a close friend of Kirby smart kirby played for him and He's he's extremely close to that program. I his voice is heard in athens. I can assure you of that. Thank you very much for the call though. Let's check in a lot of reaction to legend tonight Crook is in georgia. And you're on the air. Thank you all for taking the call that a long time listener. Thank you in. Love this show but What i want to say that crazy legend. That boy bred a dog. He knows what he's talking about. What specifically crook did you not like. Like of his phone call. He was always putting down jordan and he's so full alabama came stand. he's just. He's a typical aches inmate. They don't know when to shut up. Yeah i i don't know that many ex dates but i'll take your word for it. Exactly just mild mild mild. Talk talk talk. I'm telling you the boys bring it ain't yeah he well. I appreciate that very much. Crooked ledge aren't going to be having any Conversations anytime soon. I wouldn't think so. Show wouldn't want to talk to him. larry from alabama. He's a good old boy. Yeah i love him to death but legend. He's at the bottom of the barrel buddy. Well thank you crook. Must tell you. Even though i've i've spent all my life in the south. I'm not sure. I've ever heard that phrase his bridge not done. Think i know what it means. Thank you for listening to the paul finebaum. Show podcast the paul finebaum. Show airs weekdays on.

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Archeologists find intact ceremonial chariot near Pompeii

Money Matters with Dean Greenberg

00:33 sec | 4 d ago

Archeologists find intact ceremonial chariot near Pompeii

"Know what you'll find in the ruins of an ancient city Officials at the Pompeii archaeological site in Italy say a ceremonial chariot has been found intact. Archaeologists, calling it an exceptional discovery and a unique find that has no parallel in Italy. Thus far, officials believe chariots such as this one were used for festivities, parades and possibly to carry brides to their new homes. Eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 80 destroyed the ancient city of Pompeii, burying it in volcanic ash in preserving it for more than 2000 years.

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Covid-19: C.D.C. Urges Reopening of Schools With New Guidelines

Money Matters with Dean Greenberg

00:23 sec | 2 weeks ago

Covid-19: C.D.C. Urges Reopening of Schools With New Guidelines

"Up with a new list of guidelines designed to help reopen America's schools. What we have tried to do with this new guidance is to take the extensive literature that has occurred from September through now where we've had experiences. From other schools from the other countries to see what the sign says and how we can do so safely. Dr. Rochelle Walensky on Fox News Sunday

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Reflections On Atlanta Braves Legend Henry "Hank" Aaron

The Lead

05:43 min | Last month

Reflections On Atlanta Braves Legend Henry "Hank" Aaron

"I could talk about the dignity in the class of hank. Aaron the man the you've been being for an hour easily but i'm a numbers guy and so let me tell you what i did. After hank aaron died i navigated over to his page on baseball reference. And i don't know. I just be held the majesty of this man's career and it literally gave me goosebumps. The more i looked the more. I realized he was beyond great. He was at some other level. He wound up with nearly thirty eight hundred hits. And that's a lot of freaking hits. It's a thousand more history chipper jones. It's two thousand more hits than mark. Maguire it's more hits than johnny bench and hank greenberg got combined and they're both in the hall of fame so i think about all those hints and i think about those seven hundred fifty five homeless because that's two hundred more homes than mickey mantle. Two hundred it's more homers than edgar martinez and duke snider hit combined. And they're both in the hall. But the more i dug i found other cool stuff to hank. Aaron had double digit home run seasons at age twenty and age. Forty here the only three players who did that. Willie mays ted williams hank aaron. That's a pretty good. Start on a mount rushmore. Would you say and all those home runs. He hit for all those years. This never struck out one hundred times. Then there's total basis crushes. Everyone who ever played in total bases six thousand eight hundred and fifty. Six total bases isn't just a record. It's seven hundred. Twenty two more than stan. Musial was the next closest player in history. If stan musial had hit another one hundred and eighty home runs. He still wouldn't catch i karen and total basis. That's a lot of total basis. That's incredible hitter hank. Aaron was for two decades. So is it possible to be one of the greatest players who ever lived and still the underrated. After looking over hank aaron's numbers. I think it is my name. Is david o'brien cover the braves for the athletic. And there's only two guys that i've ever felt this aura around them and that was mohammed ali and hank. Aaron and hank aaron. How's interviewed him. The first time at spring training. I remember approaching him and it was just You know i've done this for thirty years. And it was feeling. I've had unlike any other athlete that i've ever approached but then he immediately just he smiled and was so warm that that fear or intimidation just as melted away. And you could not believe that you were talking to this. Superstar is genuine icon living in atlanta for twenty years You can't overstate the importance of hank. Air to this city and this region the south. I grew up in the south and hank aaron being a black man being the greatest one of one of the two or three greatest players of all time and to do what he did in the south and then living in atlanta and seeing hank aaron you know mementos anchor and tributes and see his name on buildings and streets and that kind of thing. I would argue that. There is no athlete. That is more important to a city than hanker and wants to atlanta. He was such a huge part of how the culture of the south has changed. I mean this is a city where you feel fide of being so much black acceptance here. Thanks a huge huge part of that. He helped pave the way for all these other black athletes and entertainers wanna come here to be here. Brian jordan know it was an all star with atlanta. Bryant said that The reason that he chose atlanta was hank. Aaron and was a boy idle here. He said a black kid growing up playing baseball hank. Aaron was the guy but it was an opportunity for me to meet my hair. The hope the opportunity is given so many kids today. Amazing dominique wilkins. Said hank was a big reason. That he came here was one of the first people. It's probably one of the most instrumental guys into getting me here in atlanta. But one for god like hank. I wouldn't been here. Was hanker went to ted turner and said hey you need to get this kid by any means necessary. He said people should give the roses while they're alive and that he's glad to see him getting them now but he said hank should have been put on a pedestal decades ago and he was right What are the things that i remember him saying is that you gotta set example for people to come at you. And how do you do that. You do the right way you doing about being Have miltie you do it by just doing the right thing and the right thing a lot of times. It's hard and a lot of guys. Young guys don't know how to do the right thing. As far as how they present themselves to people and how they get back to people so to give back experts that i've learned over the years has become from erin trampling. We don't see that much of that anymore today. And he lived in the same house that he bought when he came here in. Nineteen sixty six from the

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"f  greenberg" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

02:39 min | Last month

"f greenberg" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"You can easily find me on social media. You can find the on in link. Dan and facebook and twitter and instagram You can just google. My name's scott. Greenberg especially scott greenberg speaker or scott Cranberries but the easiest thing is just go to my website which is the wealthy franchisee dot com the wealthy franchisee dot com and in terms of you know what i offer for franchise systems obviously do live in virtual presentations but for individual franchisees a few different offerings obviously One is the book And it's available wherever books are sold called the wealthy franchisee game. Changing steps for becoming a thriving franchise superstar. I also offer one on one coaching for franchisees. So if you want to have someone to bounce ideas off of to get some consulting from some done it and who's been there but also understands coaching itself. That is role. I would be thrilled to play with you. But the single in developing. Now it's called the wealthy franchisee business breakthrough program. I'm so excited about it. It's a fortune week. Program that involves instruction involves. Coaching in mostly involves action. So the book is great. It was lots to learn from it but this program is interactive or. I'm going to give you assignments gonna help you grow your business and there's a social aspect to it where you get to be part of facebook forum in network and bounce ideas off of other people who are building their businesses in part of the program. So i'm so excited for this. It's going to help people make money and take their business in the next level. So all that information will be available on the wealthy franchisee dot com. Anybody wants to go there. My contact information's there. You can reach out to me. And i'll keep you posted on one not resources.

"f  greenberg" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

04:04 min | 2 months ago

"f greenberg" Discussed on The CyberWire

"Book san worm a new era of cyber war and the hunt for the kremlin's dangerous hackers. Welcome to the show indie. thank you. I'm glad to be here but we ask you to join us today because just this past monday. Nineteen october twenty. Twenty united states department of justice unsealed charges including computer fraud conspiracy against six of the hackers who allegedly are part of the hacker crew behind the cyber operations. You so clearly articulated in your book and we thought you might have some insight about what all this means so. Thank you for doing that kind of giving us a guidebook for how to understand all this stuff leading this documents to me. It's like very gratifying. In a way it's kind of closure on years of tracking this group that you know it. It's a times it felt like i was in a pretty small club of security researchers who even believed that this was one group that was carrying out all of these attacks and now seems you know six names on six faces being held accountable for this. It's like a nice coda to the story are so let's talk about that. Can you Maybe not everybody has read your book yet and by the way i highly recommend that they do. But can you give us a thumbnail. Sketch of what the book was about. And then we can talk about what the indictments me. Sandra is a group of russian hackers. That's since late. Twenty fifteen or so. I carried out what i think. Is you know you could say is the first full blown cyber war. Starting in ukraine. They attacked pretty much. Every part of ukrainian society with these data destructive attacks that hits media and the private sector and government agencies and then ultimately the electric utilities causing the first ever blackouts triggered by cyberattacks syndrome hit ukraine power grid. Not once but twice in late twenty fifteen and then again late. Two thousand sixteen and then Finally this ukrainian fiber awards in santa was waging essentially in the middle of twenty seventeen kind of exploded out to the rest of the world with this cyberattack called patio a piece of malware that a worm self propagating piece of fake ransomware a destructive attack that spread from ukraine to the rest of the world and took down a whole bunch of multinational companies medical record systems and hospitals across the united states and ultimately cost ten billion dollars in global damages. The worst cyberattack history by a good measure so the story of santa warm isn't is kind of a detective story about the security researchers said across the private sector. I focus on a few different people who are kind of trying to track this.

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Pierre Cardin, French fashion designer, dies aged 98

BBC Newshour

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Pierre Cardin, French fashion designer, dies aged 98

"Off the roads. The French fashion designer Pierre Cardin has died at the age of 98. He was hailed for his vision recreations but also for being a pioneer off stylish, ready to wear clothes for the masses. During his more than seven decades in fashion. Pierre Cardin overhauled the industry by successfully licensing his brand name Natasha Greenberg looks back at his life. From childhood. Pierre Cardin Heart was set on a life in fashion. He left home at 17 to work for a tailor in Vichy and after the second World War designed in Paris for pack and do your before he began in business on his own. Hold on, acquired a reputation as a designer of extravagant and fantastic costumes, who was also the first leading couturier to break with tradition by designing ready to wear clothes, Firstly for women, and then for men. Fell down, was particularly influential in the 19 sixties, His space age collection featured knitted can't suit's tight leather

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U.S. Expects to Have Immunized 100 Million Against COVID-19 by End of March

Money Matters with Dean Greenberg

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

U.S. Expects to Have Immunized 100 Million Against COVID-19 by End of March

"100 million vaccinations by the game to the first quarter. I'm him who sell Fox News? That's the goal of the chief advisor of Operation Warp speed as visor start shipping doses of its Corona virus vaccine toe all 50 states. The first doses of the finds was one of virus vaccine are expected to arrive to the states on Monday. It's marking a new phase in the pandemic and one of the most complicated missions in the nation's history ups and FedEx. The rivals are working together. They're to ship the vaccine to distribution centers. This is the first of several vaccines in the pipeline to win approval from the federal government.

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Parents outraged after NYC schools close due to rise in coronavirus infections

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Parents outraged after NYC schools close due to rise in coronavirus infections

"Pointing pointing to to a a covert covert infection infection rate rate increasing increasing across across the city as a whole? The mayor insists that reopening the schools will require even tougher standards than the ones that triggered the closure. Our schools have been It's safe, extraordinarily safe. We've got to keep it that way. We can't just stand pat with a strategy that worked before. When conditions are changing. We need to reset the equation. The mayor said The more stringent reopening rules will be announced before Thanksgiving to those angry about the school's closing when less than essential businesses are still open, the mayor said. It's clear the city's designation as an orange zone is right around the corner. So for everyone who Might feel somehow a little better if they knew that indoor dining was closed or gyms. We're going to closed. I'm sorry to tell you that for the sake of those business owners, it's just a matter of time. It's very likely to be in the next week or two, the Blasio's head. He does believe the orange Zone restrictions will help turn things around. Which lay I'm WCBS news radio 8 80. Several small Children Children of of this this rally rally are are holding holding signs signs that that read. read. I I want want to to be be in in school school and and their their parents parents demanded. demanded. The The mayor mayor dropped dropped the the 3% 3% threshold, threshold, calling calling it it arbitrary arbitrary and and outdated. outdated. It's It's time time to to get get our our kids kids back back in in school school now. now. Yeah. Yeah. Good. Good. Good Good protest protest organizer organizer Mia Mia Eisner Eisner Greenberg. Greenberg. It It is totally wrong for 1.1 million kids. Be a bargaining chip in some kind of political labor dispute between two men. Thies Air kids Upper West Side Dad, Michal Meltzer, who has twin boys in kindergarten doesn't blame the teachers. His sign read. Mayor de Blasio gets some Kahane's. I'm disappointed in the leadership of the Union, which I suspect it's not actually reflect the great teachers that are out there. In City Hall Park. Marla Diamond. WCBS news radio 8 80

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Parents outraged after NYC schools close due to rise in coronavirus infections

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Parents outraged after NYC schools close due to rise in coronavirus infections

"Pointing pointing to to a a covert covert infection infection rate rate increasing increasing across across the city as a whole? The mayor insists that reopening the schools will require even tougher standards than the ones that triggered the closure. Our schools have been It's safe, extraordinarily safe. We've got to keep it that way. We can't just stand pat with a strategy that worked before. When conditions are changing. We need to reset the equation. The mayor said The more stringent reopening rules will be announced before Thanksgiving to those angry about the school's closing when less than essential businesses are still open, the mayor said. It's clear the city's designation as an orange zone is right around the corner. So for everyone who Might feel somehow a little better if they knew that indoor dining was closed or gyms. We're going to closed. I'm sorry to tell you that for the sake of those business owners, it's just a matter of time. It's very likely to be in the next week or two, the Blasio's head. He does believe the orange Zone restrictions will help turn things around. Which lay I'm WCBS news radio 8 80. Several small Children Children of of this this rally rally are are holding holding signs signs that that read. read. I I want want to to be be in in school school and and their their parents parents demanded. demanded. The The mayor mayor dropped dropped the the 3% 3% threshold, threshold, calling calling it it arbitrary arbitrary and and outdated. outdated. It's It's time time to to get get our our kids kids back back in in school school now. now. Yeah. Yeah. Good. Good. Good Good protest protest organizer organizer Mia Mia Eisner Eisner Greenberg. Greenberg. It It is totally wrong for 1.1 million kids. Be a bargaining chip in some kind of political labor dispute between two men. Thies Air kids Upper West Side Dad, Michal Meltzer, who has twin boys in kindergarten doesn't blame the teachers. His sign read. Mayor de Blasio gets some Kahane's. I'm disappointed in the leadership of the Union, which I suspect it's not actually reflect the great teachers that are out there. In City Hall Park. Marla Diamond. WCBS news radio 8 80

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FAA clears Boeing 737 Max to fly again after 20-month investigation following tragedies

WBZ Midday News

01:01 min | 3 months ago

FAA clears Boeing 737 Max to fly again after 20-month investigation following tragedies

"You. The FAA clears the runway for Boeing's grounded Max jets to take flight again Now the fleet was mothballed in March of last year. Following too horrific crash is the Lion Air flat, Sick of flight 6 10 disaster That was October 29th, 2018 and, of course, the Ethiopian air flight 302 and March of 2019. 346 souls died in those two deadly plane crashes. It led to design changes. Software changes New pilot training on computer software in the like. Let's get Maura from CBS Travel editor Peter Greenberg, the three U. S. Airlines that do operate the 7, 37 Max, Southwest, United and American are moving to get the planes back in the Air. American is already announced the first passenger flight December 29th from Miami to New York's LaGuardia At the same time, there's still the residual problem of reputational damage public opinion. Fear. American has already announced that any passenger not wanted to fly on the 7 37 Max will be accommodated on another aircraft at no

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De Blasio warns schools will shut down completely if New York City hits COVID-19 threshold

All Things Considered

00:12 sec | 4 months ago

De Blasio warns schools will shut down completely if New York City hits COVID-19 threshold

"When schools reopened in the fall, Mayor de Blasio said he closed them if the citywide positivity rate hit 3%. But MIA iceberg. Greenberg, who's second grader tense public school in Washington Heights,

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Greenberg Turkeys Refunding Seasonal Orders After Fire And Believed Explosion At Texas Plant SE Of Dallas

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

01:17 min | 4 months ago

Greenberg Turkeys Refunding Seasonal Orders After Fire And Believed Explosion At Texas Plant SE Of Dallas

"I totally get it. How? What is it? What is it? And that is the explosion and fire at the Greenbergs Smoked Turkey plant in East Texas. Gobble gobble You kidding me? Yes. I totally understand the importance of this to you in your life. You will, of course, But this vein plant a structure fired explosion happened about 8 30 on Friday night. And when the tower Fire Department got there, they said they sought significant flames inside the building Omei and that there was debris littering the roadway. They said the roll up doors of the building how were blown off their hinges? There were jib blitz everywhere, right? But the unit's most affected in the event were used largely for storage of Turkey product and contained a large freezer units. My goodness. What does that mean? Right here before thinks I know that's that's the issue, but by the way, fortunately, no one was there. They had left the building about five o'clock so they have no injuries, which was very, very That's very good, very other say it's too early to determine a cause. But I mean this. This could make those turkeys at Christmas a little bit harder to come by. Wow. Wow.

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Counties surrounding Philadelphia working 24/7 to count mail ballots as presidential outcome remains unknown

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:54 min | 4 months ago

Counties surrounding Philadelphia working 24/7 to count mail ballots as presidential outcome remains unknown

"Pennsylvania would be a key player in all this. And it certainly is shaping up that way. Tonight in Philadelphia, K Y W Reporter J. Scott Smith is joining us Live again. What's the latest from your vantage point down there? J. So far, it's been It's been a pretty, Ah has been kind of the same as we've been updating throughout the night. We're during today. Here on Election Day. Turnout was huge across the entire commonwealth, but especially in Philly in the Philly suburbs. We heard from Philadelphia City Councilwoman Carol Parker, who was really ecstatic about this. I have never felt the sense of urgency and enthusiasm and excitement and commitment that I felt on the streets today of the city of Philadelphia, and particularly in my area where the world leader in the war people came out today on a mission now, Unfortunately, the mission may not be accomplished for awhile. At least five Pennsylvania counties won't even begin counting absentee or mail in ballots until tomorrow. Sorrow and court rulings allow a three day extension across Pennsylvania, and the race is too early to call. Trump currently has a lead. But there's 350,000 mail in ballots in Philadelphia alone, and not even a third of those have been counted nor a lot of votes in the Philly suburbs. Kevin Greenberg is a top election lawyer here in Pennsylvania. And he had this to say about that. He thinks this will play out, but I think it's safe to say turnout was very, very high in both red and blue areas. Election law lawyers favorite saying is I hope that we win by enough that I don't have to get involved. I think we're all sort of watching carefully to see Afford a or north or Ah, North Carolina bails out tonight, but otherwise it's going to be a long week. These ballots counted probably through Friday and and it does look like a least Friday. Hopefully not that long, but it could be his latest Friday before we hear anything. There've been a few issues in the state Western P A had a brief power outage in every county, Butler County near Pittsburgh. Is that a ballot scanning issue that won't be picked up till tomorrow morning, But As we've been saying all night Governor Tom Wolfe and the secretary of state Kathy Book, far been asking everyone to be patient. That's what we're trying to do out here. Alright, J.

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Long lines for early voting in New York

Steve Scott

01:10 min | 4 months ago

Long lines for early voting in New York

"In New York State long lines again and not just in New York City. WCBS reporter Sean Adams has been scoping out the lines in Westchester voters arrived two hours early outside Greenberg townhall.

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Interim Seattle police chief calls for end to protest violence

Seattle Now

00:24 sec | 4 months ago

Interim Seattle police chief calls for end to protest violence

"To people are facing charges in connection to protest violence. King County prosecutors charged Jacob Greenberg and Danielle. McMillan with reckless burning Greenberg is also charged with assault police. Say he hit an officer in the head with a bat at a press conference? Seattle's interim police chief Adrian as called for property destruction and violence against police officers to stop.

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Why are so many Seattle Police Department officers leaving the city?

News, Traffic and Weather

03:49 min | 4 months ago

Why are so many Seattle Police Department officers leaving the city?

"Seattle Police chief Adrian DEA says two people have been arrested for attacking officers and setting fires at riots. First Jacob Greenberg, the essence. Greenberg is the guy I seen in a video, swinging hard with a metal baseball bat and hitting an officer on his helmet, according to charging documents after the real attack, the national from Kirkland Express remorse. Not for potentially fatally assaulting itself. For the fact that the officer was wearing a helmet that most likely saved his life, Diaz says. Greenberg later contacted Danielle McMillan. Greenberg also texted a friend that he would like to And I quote slit every SPD throat, Diaz says. Both McMillan and Greenberg then threw firebombs at the Seattle police, East Precinct and Police Officers Guild headquarters is clear from their actions that they're not here. They're not peacefully protesting anything. You are purposely and methodically planning attacks on police officers and our facilities. Greenberg is charged with first degree assault, first degree attempted arson and first degree reckless burning. McMillan faces first degree attempted arson charges. Chief Diaz says he supports the right of people to peacefully protest. But this just regard for people's lives and safety by throwing flaming objects into a business. This can't be our new normal. Business is small and large or struggling during this pandemic and is completely unacceptable that this is an ongoing violence is on ly com pounding their challenges, and he says it's an important distinction because arming yourself In this case, a baseball bat. Winding up, taking a swing and landing a direct hit to the head to the head of anyone, including a Seattle police officer is a brutal crime. Potential fatal crime. This is not a peaceful protests. This's not civil disobedience. This is illegal and this is violence. You will be arrested. This comes as protesters demand big cuts to Seattle police D. As acknowledges. Dozens of officers have left the department for us is really about showing all of the work that's having There is a requirement or need for a police officer. Every day day in and day out. We recovered 2400 shell casings this year over 820 guns were on pace to actually go out and probably recover over 1000 guns this year forth out of the last 11 years we are shootings have are at the highest level of the last 11 years. We've had, you know, a significant increase in homicides. And and so we have to realize that this there are some huge safety issues when it comes to violent crime in this city, and we need officers to be able to respond. And I need to keep the department asshole as I can. I need to make sure that I have officers to be able to respond to all those calls for service. And you know, there are things that I would love for. You know, maybe Social Services T take off her plate. But the reality is is Thursday was a great example of the officer involved shooting where you had somebody that had clearly mental health issues. But social services not gonna end up addressing somebody with a flaming torch, you know, running and throwing in an officer in their car. And so the reality is, we do need our officers. We need to have some level of safety and that is, I think the discussion that happens every single day in this city that people were starting to realize we do need officers. We want to make sure they're well trained. They're holding held accountable for their actions when they've done wrong, and you know that's as a chief. That's what I'm doing soon. The City Council begins its deliberations on the police department's budget for 2021. Its members have said they're seeking to reduce funding to police in order to support a reimagining of the forests that would allow for a rethink of law enforcement in Seattle.

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Seattle Police announce arrests related to arson, bat assault on officer

Tom and Curley

02:44 min | 4 months ago

Seattle Police announce arrests related to arson, bat assault on officer

"Charging decision in the Briana Taylor case of a living back at the end of September, September 24th or so there was national protests about that decision. And, of course here in Seattle, there were protests. And that was the weekend that we saw the one protester who said the officer ruled his bicycle over his head. And in that same demonstration, there were some fires lit Dumpster fires, things like that. And then a cop that was hit in the back of the head. With a baseball bat. So originally there was an arrest of a Jacob Greenberg, who's 19 for the Dumpster fires, And that was several weeks ago He was released and then last week he was rearrested again. Shifty, has talked about the arrest today. The actions alleged in these cases clearly demonstrate the ongoing violence. It continues to be connected to some of the riots occurring across the city. Jacob Greenberg is charged with assault in the first degree for hitting an ESPY officer in the head with a metal bat. So hard during a riot that the officer's helmet was cracked. I'm sure you've seen some of these photos. These disturbing images on your broadcast and on social media. According to charging documents after the brutal attack, the national from Kirkland Express remorse Not for potentially fatally assaulting itself. For the fact that the officer was wearing a helmet that most likely saved his life. Greenberg also texted a friend that he would like to and I quote slit every SBD throat. So that was in the charging documents of this same 19 year olds who is the stepson of a former state lawmaker who Is accused now of hitting that officer over the head with the bat. Did you guys see that It was viral video when actually so he's not charged and he originally assigned said he was released to his family and the prosecutor had actually asked for a higher bail. I believe in that, but the judge went ahead and released him. Now he's being held on $750,000 bail. Thea. Other arrests related to protest that came last last week or recently, Dia's also talked about today. 20 year old Jonathan Do. Gir of Olympia is also in jail, charged with arson for throwing a flaming object. Ignited fused into a Capitol Hill's coffee shop that caused an immediate explosion. Luckily, no one was hurt. Distance regard for people's lives and safety by throwing flaming objects into a business. This can't be our new normal. Business is small and large, are struggling during this pandemic. Does that mean and it's completely unacceptable that this is the ongoing violence is on ly com pounding their challenges.

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"f  greenberg" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

02:23 min | 5 months ago

"f greenberg" Discussed on Homophilia

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"f  greenberg" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

08:18 min | 5 months ago

"f greenberg" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"We have a call night coming up Thursday. And Sunday plus phone banks all throughout the week at various times with any of our groups in campaigns. Now is the time to talk to I, mean, we talked about the early voting and how important it is to let people know when where, and how they can vote. This is how we do it is by reaching out and actually having these conversations. Absolutely. I think that you know the the last few years have taught us that Gosh every minute that you all in tier to do something makes a big difference and one of the first organizations to show us what that looked like in the time of the resistance is indivisible and I'm so excited to listen to your interview with Leah. WHO's a CO founder of indivisible? Regina King for Cadillac Escalade when people ask Regina do you like to compete I say bring it on. Those are the moments that drive you to achieve more and when you win, You keep reaching higher to me. That's what the Cadillac Escalade represents. It's always evolving in technology and design everything because success isn't the end it's just the first step to what comes next the twenty twenty one cadillac escalade never stop arriving. Leah Greenberg is a CO founder and Co Executive Director of the indivisible project along with their co founder and spouse as HR. Eleven Leeann has been featured as one of Time Magazine's one hundred most influential people included on g cues fifty most powerful people in trump's Washington. I hate that it's trump's Washington. Let's just call it Washington and ranked number two on the politico's fifty list of top thinkers, doers and visionaries transforming American politics. She's also the CO author of we are indivisible a blueprint for democracy after trump which I'm very interested in Lia. Thank you so much for taking the time to talk to us. It's great to be here today. First of all who was number one on that top fifty list. You know it was Steve Bannon in two thousand seventeen. God. When they need you to the top fifty list, they give you this q a questions to fill out, and we included a couple that were barbs that Steve Bannon so we were. We we did our best to punch up at him. While you were putting up very high. You're right next to him so. and. He wears he right now. Well, it's not ask. My understanding. Yeah exactly. They dragged them off that boat that which seems like a million years ago. But I guess it was like last month or something but. Time is taking on a new quality and twenty twenty. It really has. So indivisible courses very well known, but a lot of people might not remember how it actually began after trump was elected you and your husband as a wrote a playbook for a strategically using our collective people power. Can you talk about how it all started and what were your expectations? Absolutely. Well so Ezra and I were both congressional staffers, early careers in Washington. We'd both gone onto other things and I was working in human trafficking policy in poverty policy, and then right after the two thousand sixteen election, we were feeling the same sense of horror and helplessness than everybody was around the country but we also noticed that there was this wave of organizing that was. Happening, people were coming together. You know in living rooms and church basements and communities, cross country, and reacting to Donald Trump who had never been political before and we thought maybe our contribution is hill staffers could be to take the lessons that we had learned when we run the hill when we saw a really powerful spirited insurgency of local community groups used against us now is the. Take those reverse engineer and put him out into the world and give people a playbook tease for their organizing. So we put together a twenty page, Google Doc it was you know lessons from the tea party tactics can use. Here's the strategy we recommend a local group. put it out into the World December twenty sixteen and we were promptly blown away by thousands of people picking the guy up and using it to actually formed these groups and calling them indivisible, which was the title of the Guide, and suddenly we were catapulted into the middle of this incredible movement that had begun to spring up and that was getting organized and was GonNa take shape over the course of the coming months. Yeah. So when when did you all really realize you`re Now, building an organization that was going to have significant electoral impact. So I think the first one point when I realized we were definitely building organization was a lot of the early indivisible leaders would reach out, email us. They'd friend us on facebook and I found myself about two weeks after the guy had gone out in a conversation with somebody who was having her first meeting municipal group the next day in I believe it was. Was a northern New York City I can't which one but she was asking hey, what what, what else should we have gender? What can we hope to accomplish from this particular place in New York, and we went back and forth and we strategized about like well Chuck Schumer's important depressurize. Let's see if we can focus on him at Sarah and I just realized know you can't put a guide like that out there and not follow out because people have questions. They want to know what's most strategic. Now They WanNa know you know highrise keep raise money and use it for my local without forming a C. three There are so many questions that come when people get together and actually start organizing in their communities and there weren't a lot of entities that were structured and set up around the basic premise of local volunteer groups dedicated to action and dedicated to sustaining communities, and so that was really where that came from. And I think for me the the link to Elektra, work was very obvious very early on people weren't Getting into big they are guide originally, advocacy oriented was about town halls and it was about. Rational offices, but you know people weren't doing it because they just love townhall so much right. They were doing it because they wanted to do the most strategic thing that they possibly could at that moment to push back against Donald trump in the neighbors, and so it was always clear to me that as election started to roll around, people were going to get very involved and we saw that at the first wave of that really with Georgia's sixth district. When you know a dozen indivisible groups working their butts off on the ground for John Ask. incoming incredibly close to victory. Enin. You know continuing the fight I remember we actually talked to one of the individual groups who have been working night that a lost and you know we were expecting them to be. Really bombed and actually they were excited. They were like, well, we've got a Republican representative. We're GONNA keep pressuring her and there is a state legislative race that we're GonNa work on twenty eight teams right around the corner in. Hey. Now we're a purple district and that was really from you the moment when it was like we're we're gonNA keep in the fight. Yeah. Yeah. The the local leaders are just remarkable the work and the stick to it of nece. As you said is easy for what it's worth I got into this through a local group that was using the indivisible playbook and had identified themselves as an indivisible group and I said they they had like townhall actions and different committees, and they had a flip it blue committee and that really resonated with me. So that's how I found swing left and swing left has been working hand in hand with indivisible leaders in groups you know from the beginning and So. Powerful. Absolutely, and that's what I. That's another thing. I really love about the grassroots partnerships that we have where it's really an all of the above strategy, right? Like people are working across organizations across issues. There's a real embrace of different different tactics, different strategies, deep partnerships at the local level, and at the national level all pushing in the same direction even.

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"f  greenberg" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

07:48 min | 5 months ago

"f greenberg" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"The infamous access Hollywood. Tape came out. That had trump just being vulgar. Should I am not gonna I'm not going to repeat what he said. This is a family cast. Well I. Think There's been enough people wearing those tee shirts and wearing the at the women's march and wearing pussy hats and pussy grabs back t shirts and all of that to. Talk about it but ka that's just feels like a lifetime ago and as. As awful and revealing as that was, it's just feels almost inconsequential yet it's not I. Don't mean to diminish that in diminish. How awful that was put God is just the last four years of just buried that. Y- allots happens incentive I. Think it stands out for me because. At that moment in the election I remember thinking. This is a he's done because there's no way anybody in their right mind is going to vote for somebody to run the country who talks about women. Like this and not only that is stupid enough to say it while he's miked. I mean surely and. Man was I wrong? We, we all were and. It's a good thing to bring up actually and a good reminder because everything that he does that you feel like this. This really is too far like you know coming out and saying, don't worry about the corona virus and. Dominate don't let it dominate you when. When over two hundred thousand lives have been lost and and many more people are dying every day from this people are losing their family members the point being. Every week every day. Almost he comes up with something where you're like, this is it and it hasn't been that for his supporters his supporters who are essentially cult members at this point will follow him and and rationalize whatever the GOP will certainly rationalize it and we talk about this with the Greenberg because what is the end? All be offer them as the Supreme Court and securing those seats so Who Cares how we talk about women we've got Supreme Court seats to fill who cares how we talk about women when we've got a case coming up where we could take away women's rights. So. Let's just talk about women. Let's Ashley actively take away their rights. Right It's a reminder to never look at what he's doing and say, okay, he's he's crossed the line because I. Some people he'll just never crossed the line, which is why we have to turn out all of our people, all of the undecideds, all of the independence up and down the ballot for this to all work out and time is running out because we've been talking about a countdown to election day with the election is here early voting is happening in almost twenty states mail in ballots have started going out in forty three states I've got mine sitting on my desk, just waiting to be filled out, and I'm going to fill it out early. Have you gotten? I. Haven't I haven't checked my mailbox today I've been excited to get. It should come any day now. Yeah. So in our state, every active registered voter gets a ballot. In, other states you've got to request the the mail in ballot which a ton of people are doing. So the election is year. So now is the time to do the thing here getting off. If if you've if you've been putting off registering, volunteering, talking to people with this, is it this is the color, the ad it's here. It's a culmination of the last four years of all this work that we've been doing Our time is now it's right now and that's my let's talk about our reasons for hope now. That's my reason for hope actually is the early voting this happening because we've already seen millions of people cast ballots early, the turnout, and some of the lines that we've seen some early voting places have been incredible and really it really fills me with hope not the kind of hope that takes foot off the gas and stops me from calling every single voter. I can until election day. But that's my reason for hope I I really feel like people are standing up to just have an outright repudiation of trump in the GOP. What about you? What's your reason for hope today? Oh my reason for hope is the vice presidential debate I'm super excited that you know. It's definitely not going to be the insane asylum. That we saw. It might be. Something resembling a debate, right? We might learn what they what their actual plans for the country are. So you know there are already shenanigans where the pinch team is saying they don't want plexiglas divider up in the Harris team is saying, yeah. Put that up Mike. Pence is literally coming from a corona virus huts fire the why? Why wouldn't they have some extra protection but? In addition to making sure that everyone stays hopefully safe and healthy. I worked on the Harris Senate Campaign back in Twenty Sixteen, and let me tell you people this woman prepares like you wouldn't believe she is going into any situation she is well briefed while educated. Well, read the debates are one of the most important components of an election. So I can tell you from experience that she and her team are probably going pretty much nonstop day in day out prepping for this. So I think that we're in for a masterclass in in debating and you know she doesn't have the a woman and particularly a woman of color doesn't have to. Call luxury of behaving like a biden or trump. You know if she starts yelling shut up man, it's going to derail her it's it right it won't come across while or can you imagine a you know Kamla Harris or Hillary Clinton standing behind? Mike Pence the way that trump did for years ago during the debates, they would be written off as lunatics. But. She does have the opportunity to appear really warm and relatable next two pence who I refer to as flat Stanley because he says. Comes across the so one dimensional uncharismatic. Yeah Zero Charisma, and seems to have zero brain of his own these days just. A mouthpiece for. Trump. This actually could be the most consequential vice presidential debate in history. Despite the fact that that trump says he feels better than he has in twenty years and and that he is all better he is sick with the corona virus he is. Likely impaired by we don't know what the future holds for him. This is. An impactful debate I'm very, very much looking forward to it. I'm. GonNa. Go out on a limb and say. Kamala Harris is going to clean Mike Pence's clock. It's not even be close. It's going to be.

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"f  greenberg" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

04:04 min | 5 months ago

"f greenberg" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"We're going to win all the houses for joining us for really timely interview. Today is the CO founder and CO executive. Director of the indivisible project Leah Greenberg. We cover a lot of important ground including actions around the Supreme Court what trump's corona virus infection means for the election. Of course, the importance of voting early I'm Steve Pearson and Mariah Craven, and this is how we win. So, how is your household? How is your young baby everyone healthy. Everyone is healthy. We Are we're not going to fund raisers that are crowded were wearing masks and sanitizing our hands instinct six feet away from people that sounds so reasonable. That's your following really good direction where are you hearing that direction? than a doctor about sheets so easy even my baby's doing it. How are how are you all doing at your house? We're good. Were you know I'm always surprised at my capacity to be surprised at Trump at this point because. It's just one thing after another. I guess, I just. Try to imbue some basic human nature into people that I kind of expect. So if someone gets sick you sort of think Oh, maybe that's going to change their perspective on it a little bit but he's just an outright sociopath that doesn't care about anyone other than himself in literally has shown it in his despicably irresponsible actions around getting infected himself with the corona virus and what we now are calling the whitehouse corona cluster, which is just Bananas that the House is a hot spot for the corona virus right now due to their inept and reckless handling of this it's It's just hard to wrap my around. and. You know throughout the first couple of days of all of this, I said, you know best case scenario is. Trump becomes a more empathetic person and we get our act together when it comes to corona virus response and we provide better healthcare for people who are getting sick what band would have been the best case scenario yeah. Yeah. I knew it wasn't going to happen but you gotTa have some hope and of course, not only did it not happen not only does this person I encourage people to to not take precautions not only is this the person who used taxpayer funded healthcare to get experimental treatments that nobody very few people have access to but now he's said, well, I'm not going to talk to the Democrats anymore about the stimulus package that they've proposed. So. Lesson learned that he will never learn his lesson and we had to our hope. In ourselves gas. Yeah. I mean that's That's that's the thing. Bad News is it's up to us good news is it's up to us I, mean there really is stuff that we can do I mean killing the stimulus bill just. I it makes zero sense. But I guess it's very on brand for the Republicans it seems like there's one party that really wants to help people and another party that just wants to help themselves and Trump, is sick. Trump is sick in many ways and his coronavirus infection being the least of it. He is a sociopath and we really really need to be rising up right now voting early, get talking to people making sure that they're voting. Early we need to end it is within our power. It is within our.

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Trump aide Nick Luna tests positive for the coronavirus

Money Matters with Dean Greenberg

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Trump aide Nick Luna tests positive for the coronavirus

"In the president's inner circle has tested positive for the virus. Fox News confirming Nick Luna, the director of Oval Office operations is infected. Contact tracing is underway after a series of positive test results. Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, now the third Republican lawmaker, to test positive for Cove in 19. Along with senators Thom Tillis of North Carolina and Mike Lee of Utah faxes Rachel Sutherland, Senators. Tillis and Lee both attended an event last weekend at the White House. They're talking, but it remains to be seen if White House Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will reach a deal on another Corona virus relief package. Last week, the House passed a bill that has no chance in the Senate. Well, unfortunately, Speaker Pelosi has weaponized the stimulus bill. You know, they passed it. Try to pass it along party lines on Thursday night this past week, But 18 Democrats voted with us on the Republican side against it. House Republican Mike Johnson, America's

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Over 30 Arrested in Seattle Protests, Yet Only 2 Have Faced a Judge

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:15 min | 5 months ago

Over 30 Arrested in Seattle Protests, Yet Only 2 Have Faced a Judge

"Week, more than 30. People have been arrested during violent and destructive protests in Seattle. But so far comes Jonathan show, says only two have faced a judge. The two men in court will arrested over the weekend in Capitol Hill. Justin Wood was arrested for allegedly throwing rocks. S P d officer Saturday evening during one of those protests in Capitol Hill, but a a judge judge released released him him on on his his own own recognizance. recognizance. Prosecutors Prosecutors say say he's he's been been arrested arrested before before for for allegedly allegedly assaulting assaulting a a different different officer. officer. As As for for Jacob Jacob Greenberg. Greenberg. He He was was also also arrested arrested in in Capitol Capitol Hill Hill on Saturday for allegedly lighting a dumpster fire during a protest. But his attorney argued someone else started the fire and emphasize that known was heard from the flames. The judge released him on $20,000 bail. The majority of the protest arrests not just from this weekend, but overall, don't come to the king getting prosecutor's office, many of them going to city Attorney's office in some cases of a handful of people are arrested and then released, But the case is that Duke in the prosecutor's office. Violence and property destruction very seriously. Both men will be back in court at a later date, SPD says. Since Wednesday, more than 30 people have been arrested for protest related violations, the prosecutor's office says. If more evidence comes in in those cases, others released can still be charged.

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"f  greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

03:40 min | 6 months ago

"f greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"We'll just have to work through that as best we can You know I I again this is one of those things where you can the phrase nothing's perfect and have it understood right so we're GonNa do the best we can to to accommodate as many as we can. You know speculation about Orlando makes sense in the world right? You know it's it's a Disney property to your point. Steph, you know the had great success. So there is this sense of confidence in that venue given the number of venues they have down there. So certainly you know again I understand speculation and understand why that's you know kind of bubbled up. You know you know no pun intended in terms of people speculating about where where we might be. Moving. Thanks for taking things in case maybe I, this is the last question will go I. Know You're busy you you and I talked last night I agree we can't. We can't compare what's going on in college and call the bubble. The NBA's Bobble is unique experience I mean it's totally different than what we can do will you guys are calling it something else which I think is kind of interesting. Yup For us you know we're calling in common site restricted access environment right? You know we can't. We can't do with the NBA. the NBA is you know that they've got. No one they've got full control of their of their teams you know the venue of everything and and obviously we're GONNA have to rely heavily on on on the standard testing protocols of each individual schools and making a comment agreement on that, and then try to implement our own standards on top of that to make sure everyone feels safe. feels like they can compete in ultimate get a great experience out of it. So a lot of things away in here but we feel like you know wherever we go and how we do like we can pull it off given the resources that Alan installing given the experts that we have with respect to Disney espn. That's awesome. Well, I. Know You've got a lot of work to do and we appreciate what you're doing. We're excited about. Eleven, twenty five and get back to work and talking ball and having a little slice of normalcy in our lives and I know how hard your staff is working to make it happen so I really do appreciate it. Thank you. Clinton likewise. Likewise guys appreciate all you do from the sport in rubber wherever we are at, we look forward to having you both down there. Contracts. That's was that I was hope Sir Agreement I heart by the way I see the elliptical behind it is is that is that like does that just get? Is that one of those things that you hang clothes on or do we actually go on? I and Fifteen minutes a day. Because Mike Tyson minutes Mike. Tyson. Tyson during the Mike Tyson training he did fifteen minutes a day to start, and then he went did boxing and he's in the best shape of his life. So if Mike Tyson does it I'm doing. Now I go on at every day for about an hour europe-east by the way, the Dome looks really good people can I'll tell you one thing when America when we get back on their when America sees that don't go cam that's a handsome dome. Set we're still on the air and I hope that we are I got so tired of people when I walked into Jim so. Nice back of your head and I'm like. Yeah it's not great. It's a catcher's Mitt. So I went set. Greenberg. Jay Bilas Michael. Jordan I saw last dance and I thought you know George my age handsome man. On it We can do. Motion playoff that we don't WANNA be. All, right. Well, one thing that was really good stuff and with great insight obviously guy that's basically into trenches making these events a reality good stuff there. Thanks everybody for listening Goto spotify rate us as a five..

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"f  greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

05:29 min | 6 months ago

"f greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"That is a great question It means we have a lot of scheduling to do in a short monitor. obviously with twenty fifth coming around You know it takes a few weeks off the you know the standard basketball season. So we gotta find a way to schedule. A number of games in a pretty tight window. So we've got a number of people. In Bristol and here in Charlotte, working in water grids and a lot of charts trying to fit into need games as possible to benefit the sport of college basketball as best we can't so. It means it means more work, but we're excited about the opportunity. Clinton, when you got grids and all that are you looking at? Obviously you're not gonNA make people I don't think travel to Maui battle for Atlanta stuff like that. How important is it for? Not only ESPN but important for. A Guy In college basketball to Feast Week and how what what's the priority there. Well I think know I think non conference games played time and time again and MTV's general play a huge role in the landscape of college basketball. So I think From coaches to administrators to you know obviously student athletes, I, think the value, the experience because of what they represent and terms of playing teams. They wouldn't otherwise play throughout the season creating compelling matchups that the Public WanNa see. So I, think. In terms of all that content and all those games I think there's great interest in heating them or at least keeping some semblance of them during this time and I get right to pandemic has upended everything that we perceive as normal But the good news is you know there there's great cooperation amongst the participating schools and the conferences try to get in something that again resembles what we've had to pass the best we can. So what's the difference between events that you guys own? Alright. Let's say the ACC big tanner or Orlando or Charleston her and the events that we produce. Carry on air like Battlefield Landis, and now what's the difference in terms of what you have to do? So. For the events that you own what? What what's the focal point confirming the teams that are going to be playing in the tournament confirming the time confirming the protocol what what goes what goes on in the events that he has peons. Yeah on the events that we own started the good question events that we own you know we we have the entire management structure to contend with. Right. So we're booking facilities you know we're creating the protocols for play booking the teams were setting the schedule with our programming department. you know obviously normal year were selling tickets and sponsorships and and creating your opportunities for the kids to partake in while they're on site all of our events have some sort of. Education, or experienced component that we try to to to infuse into all of our events in normal year, we would be working on all those things at the same time. You know ones that we produced obviously great tradition of the Maui and. And the Atlantis and other events. Those are events that have been on air for a number of years especially, the molly. So those are events that we we obviously have great content relationships with and and they to provide grit experience for student athletes and fans. So some ways were all linked but ours we we have the the total control of what we have to do to make them work. Are you or do you or how do you? I. Guess One of the three involved in scheduling in terms of the conferences normally we have you know Super Tuesday big Monday that type of thing do you foresee that those type home games go off this year? That's a great question, and I don't have a lot of visibility to our conference scheduling that that's others in Bristol, and in Charlotte, coop paid great attention all those conference relationships my key role obviously in the non conference in special events But I I know that's all part of the conversation that makes it. What's going on a standpoint right now, and there's obviously considerations there Dan with this going. you said protocol at first and foremost. Like you said with your events. Speculation quote unquote speculation of all gurus is that everything's going Orlando Champions is going to Orlando Orlando stayed in Orlando Charleston's going to Orlando. It's a Disney property it just it common sense says it's going to Landau. But there are some teams. Let's use that as saying that potentially could happen I mean I'm sure there are other options that are being discussed as well but. Say, there are teams coming from different states where there is protocol place where that they have to quarantine things of that nature H- how are you guys going to handle those types? In terms of destinations protocol. Yeah that's not we're looking into right now you know any site we pick is probably GonNa have some degree of complication you know in terms of a common site teams can come in and out of. that's just the the very nature of each state's response to To to the pandemic and that's not that's not wrong. That's not right. It's just the way it is. So we're having to contend with on multiple front. So we pick. We certainly believe there's going to be some sort of challenge with respect to getting all the teams degree not only to scheduling, but the protocols, and so we're we're obviously got a keen eye on that right now, we we've got all the states listed with potential games that are teams that might be affected or.

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Are your employees coping with this ok?

Hacking Your Leadership

02:29 min | 6 months ago

Are your employees coping with this ok?

"Are For this week's episode Arnold talking about something called terror management theory. Is a social psychology theory created more than thirty years ago by Professor Jeff Greenberg at the University of Arizona it basically says that when facing our own mortality, we've human beings attempt to eliminate the associated feelings of terror by doubling down on the values. We already hold specifically the ones that had meaning to our lives and by investing in people who seem to subscribe to those same values. Great so is on a leadership podcast. Will. Because over the last six months covid nineteen is forced millions of us to face our on mortality. And ERTA lesson those feelings of dread. Every one of US subconsciously is doing things that allow us to feel like we're valuable contributors to a meaningful world. After. All. If I'm an important worker, an entrepreneur, a teacher, a scientist, a doctor apparent. I'm much more capable of believing that some part of me will carry on after death that might impact might be enduring. Because of Corona virus were reminded of death all the time. This will react in ways that support the values we already hold dear and will gravitate towards leaders whose actions appear to support those values to. It also means people who already have a difficult time believing they contribute value to a meaningful world or even though we live in a meeting for wall to begin with are likely struggling. The more people struggle with this, the less likely to be successful at mitigating those feelings of terror and the more likely they are to interpret difficult but manageable situations, tasks and responsibilities as overwhelming. These people will also need to assign blame and because assigning blame to the cause of their actual fears isn't really helpful. They'll find people to blame for the frustrations they experience in those overwhelming situations, tasks and responsibilities think about your current group of direct reports I bet there's one or two of fit this bill. By turning on the news, we can see the negative impact of this phenomenon on the growing political divide in America but not taking into account can also undermine your ability to lead support develop your team. If your leader a people and what you're hearing now is resonating with you. The first thing to do is really understand that everyone deals with mortality differently and should try to meet your people where they are rather than having the same expectations of their grit as you did a year ago. And I think people should be let off the hook for the expectations of their job when people have a job to do the expectations to get done are perfectly appropriate even during a pandemic. But I'm saying is that some people who were able to move through challenges with easy year-ago might need a bit more compassion now and leaders who provide it will have the teams who bounced back the quickest months. The fears truly gone.

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07:57 min | 10 months ago

"f greenberg" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"You know I think right and and we're will And and he's Ashton. Yeah you pass them So I guess technically you could argue Lebron better score but Lebron is ahead of them in minutes played. Always play a lot more minutes. Michael Average thirty seven thirty five. You know he's just a better score one on one score and I think what we've seen with Kawai in the last couple of seasons is like there just is no substitute still for one on one scoring when it's down to it and it's the two best defensive teams in the NBA playing against each other at the absolute highest level. There is still no substitute for one on one scoring. That's an area where I'm not saying. That makes Michael Better. Because I think there's a pretty good chance that would it's also on. The brand is going to be known as the best all around player in the history of basketball but in that that one discreet area. He'll he'll never be Michael. And that one area amplifies an importance in the biggest games in the biggest moments and I think that's where Michael will always have him in war. We have everybody else that ever comes after him. I agree I think that's well said I think the the the beauty and the worst part of these arguments is that in order to make one guy's case you have to find ways to try to diminish the other men. Lebron James is is. It's hilarious that I have now since last answer came on Developed something of a reputation as being someone who is bashing Lebron when previously having my reputation was as someone who over I would hypoc Lebron too much people would accuse me of loving him too much of giving him too much credit of being all over him all the time so I love Lebron. I think he's unbelievable. There is. There's nothing on earth taking away from it but I'm saying there was just something about Michael Jordan's presence that made you say. Oh they're gonNA win like I don't know exactly how this game is going to go. Any number of things are going to happen but I can tell you now how it's going to end the team that has that guy is. GonNa wind up winning and and there is no more important quality that a great player can have than that and so to me that I would use. If we're going to say that there were splitting hairs. That's the hair I would split. Michael also has the. It's interesting how history is written by the winners so like the nine hundred ninety five playoffs when they lose to Orlando has just kind of like. It's just not talked about because it doesn't count. He had just come back from baseball Blah Blah Blah. If you throw that out you know their first six or seven years in the league. They don't win big. They don't win at the absolute highest level to both of them are parallel. What Michael if you throw ninety five out? What Michael Really doesn't have is a black mark and Lebron has the twenty eleven finals against a maths or he just didn't he just didn't play like Lebron just wasn't he was out of it. He wasn't mentally. He just didn't rise to the moment and in fact he he kind of cratered a little bit in the moment. And you could maybe place a couple of other games here. There are people. Throw the twenty ten playoffs Adam. These last playoffs with with the cavs. Michael doesn't have that and I think that as much as anything else colors this discussion because to your point he just an air of infallibility that note that Lebron will never have because we saw him on the very biggest stage just isolate the mavericks series. We saw him fail and he. He failed in a very high profile in spectacular way. And we just never saw with Michael Ever. That's that's right now. If you wanted to make one quick argument in favor of Lebron how many times was Lebron? The best player on the floor in series. He had no chance to win right. I mean and at least two finals I can think of The which was the year that the first year when when Kyrie level both hurt whatever your that was twenty fifteen fifteen I it. In my opinion it is a travesty. He wasn't voted. Mvp and I voted for. I'm voting for him. I was one of those. Who voted for him? Congratulations he was if they had gotten swept. I would have said you could vote. Anyone want the fact that that team won. Two Games in that series was an extraordinary accomplishment. And then he also. I thought was the best player on the floor and a series. They had no chance to win. The first year durant was there. They had no chance to beat that to no one was getting his seventeen twenty eighteen. Where Kyrie is gone by that point is that the JR Smith game with the Soak. They weren't GonNa win those series. What nobody that game may be game one when they go with the JR Smith Game? Now they go to overtime lose. Lebron has fifty or fifty one game. That might be the Best Game. I've ever seen any player play period multiple at the warriors have told me that's the best game they've ever seen anybody play because it was. Lebron and really supporting cast wasn't up to that I mean that's an all time warriors team. That's the team you're talking about Durant Klay all of them Lebron by himself was like I don't care that you have Steph and Katy to MVP's and all these other dudes I am single handedly going to win this game and I'm to bowl over draymond green lake. He's freaking bootzack low and lay the ball in time it was. He couldn't have kept that up over a full series but for that one game and they lost sight whatever. I don't know that I've ever seen anybody play like that planet. They were bad calls in that game. Remember there was a bad call late night game or at least a very questionable call on a on a block charge. That was being a very big deal. Late night game obviously. Jr Smith makes one of the colossal mistakes. That I've ever been made and a big spot that it's well documented so I put those things on Lebron's side so to be clear. I Don Hold Lebron's record in the finals. There's only one that I hold against him. And that's the one you point that I was the series against Dallas. They were the better team. He didn't play well and they lost. So that's the only one you hold against it but that is not to me the difference. I I'm not again if someone wants to tell me I I I enjoy this. I enjoy the give and take you get no argument from me. I'm Lebron but Michael just I don't know he. He was a combination of this On his podcast as well he was the the the most perfect combination of charisma and ferocity that I've ever seen so it's very hard to be the most charismatic person and the most ferocious competitor like. That's a very difficult line walk because usually ferocity isn't very pretty to watch but Jordan had a beauty. It was it was a thing of beauty to watch him play basketball and yet he was the most ferocious competitor out there. And you would you. Would you know he would kill you to beat you? But he did it in a way. That I'd like the gracefulness of Valor Ballet Dancer. It's it's an impossible combination and he was it So to to see him was like seeing something that I've never seen before and I am glad as a final thought here that so many younger people who are listening to this conversation right now who to your point never got a chance to see Michael Jordan. Play are getting to see what it is. All of us were so excited about that. But there's no games on so I would say those people go back and watch a game. Some of them are a little too grainy on YouTube. Go back and watch an early three peat like we were talking about before. Go back and watch Portland finals game and you'll just look at this guy and be like well. This guy is just. Wow you know go back and watch the sixty three point game against Boston. Google Watch one of those games anyway. Mike thank you for your time. Everyone knows where he wants you. I hope I get to see you in person at some point before. Twenty twenty one. But it's been a pleasure. Thanks man thank you. Thank you for having a good to see..

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13:55 min | 10 months ago

"f greenberg" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"This because you were there. I was texting with a friend of mine in basketball. Who's about my age last? And she was saying I don't remember the gambling thing being something that my friends and I talked about when it was happening and I said same with me. I was fifteen. Media was different than I wasn't reading Dave Anderson regularly in the New York Times. Maybe I just don't remember it being something. My buddies and I talked about at the time. We talked about the finals. We talked about the Nixon Bulls returned about all the basketball stuff. I don't remember the gambling penetrating our discussion. So I'm I obviously I know about it now. I've read about it. I know all about it but I just for someone who's now is working in the media that time covering that team. Obviously it was a big deal. He stops talking to you. There's all this talk in the documentary about whether his reputation is tarnished. I actually don't think it's tarnished at all. I think People Kinda find the gambling thing charming. I mean. They don't know the stories of the wise guys. He's losing money to all the trials stuff. Like when you're in the media then and you're talking about with your colleagues in your talking with people in the Bulls and you hear David Stern talking about it. How big of a crisis was it? Was there a sense that like the sky actually could befalling here or was it something that you could shove? Aside and focus on the basketball there are and continue to be people whose opinions I value. Who believe Michael Jordan was suspended from the NBA? And that's why he left after ninety three because of the gambling. I don't even like saying this next part out loud but it is a fact that there are people who in public not behind closed doors but on air waves at the time speculated as to whether or not his gambling with part of the reason is father was killed. Those are facts. Those things happen. Those things were said they were wondered aloud. I myself do not believe that. I believe that Michael Jordan in ninety three after having won the title of ninety one one and again in ninety two didn't want go to the Olympics but it was the Dream Team the NBA. And Mike. You were never going to let him go so he wanted to. Spending his whole summer playing again in ninety two and comes back and wins it again and grueling fashion in ninety three I believe he was fried emotionally. Psychologically mentally physically and otherwise. His father than is tragically and purely coincidentally killed in a random act of violence and robbery and the combination of those things caused him. Michael to just come apart Mentally and he just decides. I can't deal with it and and he needs to get away and he needed that period of time away. That's what I've always believed in barring someone showing me some evidence to the contrary I will always believe. But if you're asking me how big a deal was the gambling. It was big enough that there were people who it was not. It was not whispered. It was something people would openly talk about. Do you believe Michael Jordan was suspended surreptitiously by the NBA by David Stern because of gambling and because of connection to unsavory people and is it possible that connection to unsavory people was connected to his father's murder so I think that's the best answer I can give you a these were not just crackpot theorist like people saying? Oh you know the League wants to make sure they win so so they've bought the rafts like this was this was stopped. That people genuinely believed So I don't think you could be a bigger deal than that. I'm just saying pre- preretirement so during those playoff series when it comes out so it's a crisis then it's a crisis like in that moment. It's something that is is is a huge part of the discussion. Let's be clear on what we're talking about. The Dave Anderson Column was written about Michael Jordan going to Atlantic city. That's true it's it does the night before a game and apparently was there until some very very late hour of the morning now in the documentary. Recently whenever this episode aired I remember Michael? Saying he was back in his hotel by like two. I am or something. I don't believe that to be true. I I believe again. I'm doing so much of this memory. But at least I believe the way Dave Anderson wrote it. He was gambling there until like four in. That column was really that the narrative that emerged from that was less about Jordan's gambling and his connection to unsavory characters. Then it was to his commitment than it was the notion that he led his team down and let everybody else down by doing that. And that's what made him mad and that's why he stopped speaking to the media. It wasn't because of the gamble it wasn't because of Richard is Queen as or or the millions of dollars was supposedly losing on the golf course and other places all the time because that's not stop people really knew maybe there was some people who knew it but I didn't know that is not something that was commonly talked about on the radio and it was not something that people I talk to regularly inside or outside of the sports media. We're talking about regularly. So that became a bigger deal when he retired at least to my in my consciousness the prior to that the big big big deal that that David Anderson wrote about. I interpreted as Michael. Feeling that his his integrity as a player as a champion as a competitor was being assailed the other thing. That's a little a little too convenient in the telling for me. Now is the level of plausible deniability. That both Michael Jordan and Rod. Thorn have given themselves in discussing. Why Isaiah Thomas was left off the Dream Team. So they do it. They have the recount. The conversation last night's episode and Rod Thorn Calls Michaels. They were doing the Dream Team. Michael says who's playing who's playing who's playing playing and Rod says will the guy you're referring to is not going to be playing so Michael had Michael Gets to say. Well I never brought up. All I did was asked who was playing. His name was never mentioned. And then this thing was that seems a little too. I'm just because I don't know what happened. But that seems a little too convenient to me. There's zero question but that Michael Jordan and Scottie. Pippen did not want Isaiah on the Dream Team. And thus he wasn't. There is zero question in my mind of that. No one will ever convince me otherwise and I will say this. I do have a problem with because you can love or hate. Isaiah Thomas all you want. And he's another one who through the is now of more. Recent history. Looks totally different right. Because his post playing career has been filled with a variety of I guess for lack of a more poetic phrase of failures and then obviously the terrible situation that took place in the front office with the Knicks. None of that had happened in one thousand nine hundred ninety two when they were making those decisions Isaiah. Thomas in my view was one hundred percent of the stature and closer to his prime they Larry. Bird was to have been a part of that team and deserves to have been a part of that team. Leaving him off at team because of personality dispute or dislike or. Whatever it is in my opinion is really not fair that team even then everyone knew that team meant something and that it was always going to be something that the people who were on that team would always be remembered as having been dream teamers first and foremost. I mean you look at that picture of that thing is. There's no more conic photo in sports. It is the greatest team and most important team in the history of organized sports and to leave Isaiah off because he froze Jordan. Outta the All Star game in one thousand nine hundred eighty four which I think is what made Michael really upset. He was much more about that than it was about a handshake in ninety one thing. I think it was that that's where it began and I think that's where the seeds of that dislike. Were sewn I think it is unfair because whether you can hate Isaiah Thomas all you want. But he was an unbelievably great player. He was absolutely of a stature with all of the players on that team and historical greatness in my opinion and He deserved he does by the way as tough as they calm and not just in the sense of part of the bad boys and they're all talk in the sense of play through injury. Go at anyone. His game. Six in the eighty eight finals on one ankle is one of the Great all-time big spotlight performances in the NBA. I've said this before and I respect your opinion greatly. I would love to hear your answer if you separate the NBA into a variety of categories in one of them is the little man. So you've got the truly little guy so I'm not comparing Isaiah Thomas to even though they both play guard. I'm not comparing Isaiah Thomas to Magic Johnson or to Jason Kidd or people like that. I'm talking about the guys who were six feet tall and under something like that. So something in that neighborhood. So that would include now and Steph. Curry is taller than that. But I'll even put him in the discussion Steph Curry. Alan Iverson Steve Nash. John Stockton tiny archibald who am. I forgetting Jerry JERRY SIX TO JERRY. West was six two but played a little bigger than the bigger. I don't think of him Eliza when I looked up his height the other day. Wow He's six six two. It seems seems like six five to me somehow of all of them that I saw so west is before my time but of all of them that I saw I would take Isaiah Thomas over any of them. I would take Isaiah over any of those players you. It's impossible to compare errors. Steph is doing stuff now that no one has ever done in the history of the game. I get that Nash was the MVP the League in consecutive years. I get that. Iverson is a beloved figure for a variety of very very legitimate reasons. He there was something aura about him. That may be no other player. I can ever but if your objective when you step foot on a basketball court is to win I would take Zeya Thomas. You can have whichever one of them you want and my team is going to be. I think curry his already passed him. And I hear what? You're saying about eras and skill sets and all that. I just think I think curry has already passed. But yeah no Prime Isaiah and like he had. He had his traumatic injury. Achilles stare at the end of his career careers kind of cut short. He had left it by age thirty two he was. We never got a late. Prime Isaiah Thomas. Really and I think that affects the way people remember. I mean even by ninety two when the Dream Team is happening. He's on the severe downslope move his career Like think John Stockton at that point was probably better than is area. But that's just because of where Isaiah was in his career path but got Prime Isaiah from you know early eighties. To Ninety was as good as any little guy too. Here's the thing. I I know that everyone listening to this is gonNA lose their minds. I'm not suggesting that Isaiah Thomas is better than what I'm saying. Is that Steph? Curry is playing in a different sport to compare that Jerome's F curry is playing his eyes to the game. Isaiah Thomas played at his size is an unreasonable comparison. I mean for folks who are watching the last answer seeing what I'm talking about. That was an era where everyone was a foot taller than he was where everyone was playing in a compress little area down by the paint when Isaiah Thomas started playing in the NBA. The three point shot didn't exist so he didn't grow up taking threes. You never learned to shoot a three because it wasn't such thing as a three so if Thomas had played at a time. I'm not suggesting it would have been his greatest. The shooter is Steph Steph. Curry is in arguably the greatest shooter of the basketball that I've ever seen and and probably that has ever live but Isaiah Thomas didn't ever try to be that that there wasn't on the list of options because it didn't exist what year that was the three-point come in the NBA. Eighty three eighty four. Something like that. They started shooting and seven. I think seventy nine to eighty off the top of my head. I think eighty an NBA about okay. Then he made up by one year so so. He wanted the College Basketball Championship and eighty-one either way. By point does he did not grow up learning to play basketball In order to try and shoot threes. And if you just look at the totality of his game and being the best player teams that won two championships in a row plus a national championship in college. Plus as you pointed out his greatest performance was in a series. They lost to a LAKER team. That had magic Johnson Kareem abdul-jabbar James Worthy and Boy Madera teams of all time. Boy Do people forget how people outside of Detroit forget how close they were to win that series and how close they were to three repeating? And then you're talking about then you're in a different stratosphere ahead. There were three games to two. They could have won that game sex again. He's playing on one foot people. Forget how about the game. He played against the Knicks. And Joe. Louis Arena in game five of a best of five. Where where did you score? Sixteen points in the last ninety seconds to send that game to overtime we're Bernard King and the Knicks ultimately wanted. I can still see hubris shirts the short sleeve shirt cutting. It was like two hundred degrees. Joe Louis Arena but but Isaiah..

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03:32 min | 10 months ago

"f greenberg" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"We never saw Michael Jordan's teams lose. We never saw them lose the NBA also went entirely different direction after that. So they could. I'm doing this from memory. But they couldn't have won sixty games in one thousand nine hundred axiom and play sixty games the equivalent of the equivalent over sixty wind pace but like that season will always have like a little bit of a weird asterisk to it right like like. I remember Phil. Jackson would always kind of downplay that when his he started winning with the Lakers the next year he would always kind of say well that one year. But that didn't really can't like there's something in its own way if all this stuff is just a story anyway if all this stuff is just some gigantic piece of dramatic Entertainment than having this unusual a ending with these perfectly written perfectly cast villains is is sort of a nice way to end it. Nobody ever beat Michael Jordan. They took it away from. They didn't let them keep going and didn't let 'em keep trying and the same can be said of fill to fill contributed to that also. Because I think Phil. One hundred percent United his players against the common enemy. That was Jerry. Krause and I think that's one of the reasons they cross hated sell so much is that Phil was fueling the Anti Jerry sentiment amongst the players not not I think maliciously but because I think he recognized it as a way of uniting them against the common enemy or in a common cause and that's the oldest trick in the book I think Phil Use it effectively and I think that more than anything was the root of the discord between those two guys. I think Jerry's feeling was. I gave you this like you were coaching the Albany protrudes CBA. I put you on this bench. I gave you the head coaching job when Doug Collins was obviously doing great and we were on a positive trajectory Here you are now. This is your big triangle. And now you're telling your sort of secretly sowing the seeds of discord in these guys disrespect me in front of me. Call me crumbs to my face on the bus and not do anything about it. You know that's That's not great co-parenting and I think it's a look at it. That way like Jerry Crafts. I think I think he had. He had a point there but to go back to Phil. One of the reasons. I think that we associated feels so much of the triangle is a little bit of not revisionist history. But the triangle doesn't work anymore for all the reasons you just described and Phil came to New York and a very high profile way and refuse to acknowledge it and made everything about the tribal so the triangle was not a dirty word in the NBA when it was winning championships the Triangle won eleven championships in the NBA In a span of whatever that wound up being fourteen years whatever it was so the triangle was not a negative thing. It was a perfect thing for what it was. It was of its time. An Avocado era and the game has changed. There's no reason to discredit what Phil did. Then because they were running the triangle it was the perfect offense for its era and for its talent the reason we look on it so negatively at least in part III is because he tried to jam it down the throat of absolutely everyone in New York in and outside of the Knicks Organization and it wound up being his undoing there and set back that franchise and just generally made.

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13:05 min | 10 months ago

"f greenberg" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"There was a part of me that felt and again I was there I was covering it. That Rodman was getting a people. Were acting like this was now. Rodman's team no one really knew what they were talking about. But I don't mean to say people thought Rodman's now the better player than Jordan and whatever senior basketball game thought that but people were so fascinated by him and loved him in this. Those always a part of the connor rubbed me the wrong way because I just found him to be such an attention seeking A person like like like she cared much more about being famous and promoting himself then he cared about winning. Anybody set now. It doesn't mean he wasn't a great player absolutely a great player. And you've seen pretty good stuff that episode three. I think it was which everyone was where they really talk a lot about smart he was he was a tremendous player. I take nothing away from him but boy did he sucked the air out of a room and and it was all about dense and I think something about that has always kind of rubbed me the wrong way which is why. I've always wanted to stick up for harassed grant who was a great a great player. Be a great teammate. Who who felt as though he didn't get nearly enough attention and credit for what they were achieving but didn't behave himself away dentist or to try and get all of that attention and I think there's always been a part of me that is like that better but you know I'd forgotten the one that the one I forgot. Really Harper Harper is an incredibly important part of that second team. Because there's no way to compare what John Paxson. Bj Armstrong did to what Ron Harper was able to do. If you want to say Paxon incur kind of a each other out. As just outstanding outside shooters occur as a better fewer shooter than Paxson was taxing. It a bunch of very big shots particularly in the first championship series and the third one. He makes the famous one to beat Phoenix. But I'd forgotten about Harper Harper Harper Harper presence. Kind of skews. This a little bit. You're making me rethink this. I'm I stand on my on my pick because I refuse not to based upon my personal feelings but you're kind of talking me out of it. Well I think I think I think ninety two probably wins in Opole if you pulled like a thousand people who around the NBA? Then I think the ninety two team probably wins also in this theoretical game if it's one game for all the marbles or whatever you just play all your best players forty six minutes so you're stacy kings and your Scott William although Scott Williams talk about a guy. I'm rewatching always all games. That dude was constantly doing helpful stuff you might do. I see why Phil liked him. He's just coming into games. Like there's offense rebound here put back here. A little short jumper. He was in the right place doing the right stuff all the time. So I think ninety two probably wins in a poll just for the reason of forty five minutes of other universe Jordan and forty five minutes. Prime Athletic Pippen is just. It's it's something you can't do anything with. I just ninety six to me. The seventy two wins matters the fact that they the seventy two wins matters the fact that they destroyed everyone in the playoffs even if it was a soft playoff run until the Sonics won the two meaningless games not it's meaningless a strong. I apologize to the people. But you're right. There's once it's three. Oh No one. In the universe six is is a series anymore And I just the coup coached by the way Ku coach. Better be in this documentary as something other than like dude. Who got picked on in the Olympics because coach was a six man of the year? Michael Scottie both grew to love him and I just think his playmaking shooting size element is something that original team didn't have like the guys coming off the bench for that ninety. Two Team are essentially all big guys and another guard and another little guard. It's just all a bunch of losers. They didn't have anyone like coach. So I'm like I. Because of the seventy two and the versatility. I might lean a little ninety six but I bet ninety two wins an appeal and about Rodman. The ninety seven team that went sixty nine and thirteen fifteen and four in the playoffs. They beat a fifty six. Win Hawks team a sixty one win. Heat team and sixty four win. Utah team who are second fourth and fifth in net rating in the NBA. That you're that is a murderer's row. But the primary argument against them. If there is one is that Rodman checked out in the ninety seven plant was not nearly the same guys. He wasn't ninety six ninety eight but that was sixty nine thirteen. That's one L. of team. Which was the year that Robyn? I'm doing all of this. I thought my head which was the year that Rodman kicked cameraman in in the Ding and wound up being suspended for a significant period of time. Not The famous not the trip to Vegas but but he got suspended for a significant stretch of time she he was. He was always a person who is right now. That was that one. I think. That's that's the point. I was going to feel like that might have sort of carried over into that because it was. If you remember the play is one of these camera guys who were literally on the court shooting the game in his. He's in a very very vulnerable position. He's like squatted down his legs or apart and Rodman sort of falls into him and may have slight. You know it might have heard a little bit. The certainly no one else does fall and he just kicked him right in a crowded area and he got suspended Fordham Significantly deserved it. Rodman was just. He was a he was a pain in the neck. I've found it to be a pain in the neck and that actually brings me to something else. I wanted to talk about with you briefly. I gave some thought its Zack. Wants to be on the PODCAST. What can I tell him? I have come if there's one thing I've come to believe watching the last dance. It is that Phil Jackson is under appreciated as a coach Phil Jackson. I can tell you was under appreciated. Then fill people in town to not a show. I work for the All sports radio station. We were just take calls all day long talking about the balls. That was basically five months of programming three years in a row. Nonstop calls calls calls called. Phil would not come on station. Because he felt that he was constantly being disrespected. That people were constantly callers and the hosts were constantly disrespected him. Basically what the suggestion that the Bulls were a product of Michael Jordan's greatness and that anyone could roll the ball out there that they had thrown Doug Collins out the door right when he would have gotten them there anyway and Doug was figuring town that a lot of people liked and And that they fill got this job and Phil was just lucky to be in the right place at the right time. And he had these legendary experienced assistant coaches. We just talked about in text winner and Johnny Bach and Phil did not get a lot of credit and as I watch this thing and you look at the look at how hard it is to keep the great teams together like no one does it. It's impossible to do and with with all of the insanity that surrounded that group and they really were like the Beatles some of the stuff that he did it. Work just can't argue it. It worked and the best example of it ever is the vacation that he gives Rodman in the middle of A. Who The hell does that? Who The hell says to a player? Yeah you need you know a long weekend in the middle of the season to go to Vegas with Common Electra. And just and just engage in nonstop debauchery. And then just come on back and hopefully with your head cleared and ready to play. No one would do that but Phil Jackson figured out that he needed to do that. I think Phil's finger on the pulse of that group Sort of hand in hand with Michael's leadership Are The reason they would've won some championships anyway. But they wouldn't have one every one of them at fill is a big part of the reason. They won every one of them. Well it's not just giving Rodman the vacation. It's knowing your other the other players on the team well enough to know that this is not going to fracture the team that there won't be so much bitterness about well. Why is this guy getting to do this? And I don't get to do this and you know you see Michael's annoyed. I'd like vacation how anyone does vacation as me. That's what he says in the duck but knowing that the the group will be able to do that the Phil thing is interesting because a lot of it comes down to how synonymous with the triangle. And you know I was at van Gundy Riley. They called him big chief triangle. You know everyone sort of made fun of the Triangle. Because you know is it the triangle or is it. Michael Scott is at triangle or is it shack and coby well. Obviously it's the players. The players make the system. But I I do and people WANNA reimagined dislike. Well what if you just let Michael Run fifty pick and rolls a game with shooting around him and you see glimpses of it particularly in some of the Finals Games? I was watching. You'll see him. He knows every pass out pick and roll. He knows how to play that way. I do think the mythology of changing Michael's game in elevating his teammates is is a is a big part of the Bulls journeys a why they won. Maybe it helped. I bet it helped Ed. I do think there's something to everyone. Involved on offense motivates them to play defense. That's the thing that coaches and players tell you a lot even if I'm just moving and cutting and touching the ball and passing it over here I'm a part of it. I'm not just standing around like PJ. Tucker in the corner. I'm part of it. And that makes me motivated to play on the other end but the game back then was also just not. The triangle was a very effective offense for the way. The game was back. Then by which I mean. Everyone's playing traditional big men three or four guys who can't shoot threes there just isn't anything equivalent to the current spacing of the court and in that era the triangle. I think was an effective way to play but I think a lot of the reason. Why maybe you're right about Philip? Being under appreciated is. I'm not sure if that's true. But if you have that opinion I think a lot of it is fill in. The triangle just became so synonymous that the analysis of Phil Jackson is. A coach was only about the triangle. What are the triangle was overblown or or a real thing or not not about all of this other stuff and even last night in the duck. Michael goes to play golf with Ron Harper. And he's like Phil Phil knows. We need another coach practice today. But Phil's letting US play golf and blow off some CNN if you're talking about keeping teams together you're right that we've seen them all fall apart due to age or egos or I get sick of this coach or this coach. Get Sick of me. The Bulls fell apart because management. And not just Jerry Krause Jerry. Reinsdorf is getting a total pass during this whole documentary because krause is a slummy looking dude with a cantankerous personality so he's easy to blame management. Decided we're done with this team and I said this I'm up one of my podcasts. Recently I do think you know Michael was thirty five. Dennis was thirty seven. I think they're getting up there. Scotties thirty three but Kevin Pelton. I think has a piece coming out this week. On Dot com projecting what a healthy bulls team would have been able to do in nineteen ninety nine. Had Michael Not cut his finger. Cut BURT HIS FINGER. Cutting a cigar. Which by the way that's insane to? He had a cigar cutting injury and then he retired and his conclusion is they. Were probably going to be a sixty one team again that year. And if I do think there is something to you. Just play it out until you lose like Michael. Said you just the honor of being a champion. You just get to play it out until you lose. And I do think it's not hyperbole to suggest that the Jerry's Kinda dishonored the tradition of what a championship team is supposed to be allowed to do. I don't disagree with that. I will say however the degree to which they became iconic and legendary might in the long run have been fuelled by them having been broken up in voluntarily and before their time before they lost before they lost. I mean again. We never saw them lose so when our minds. I I'M GONNA make a ridiculous analogy. But in your mind's eye like John Lennon who my personal favorite musical artist of all time. We'll always be young and he will always have just written all those songs and we will never get to see what his life would have been better. Of course it's not better. It is a freaking horrific tragedy. One of the greatest ones in the history of of the entertainment genre that John Lennon was assassinated when he was forty years old. But the the result of it is that you have no other image of him never existed. We never saw Michael Jordan's teams lose. We never saw them lose the NBA also went entirely different direction after that. So they could..

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"f  greenberg" Discussed on The Lowe Post

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02:20 min | 10 months ago

"f greenberg" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"To ninety seven. They moved the three point line in and it like dramatically changed the game. So if you look at Michael and Scotties stats like Something like thirty five to forty percent of Michael's made three pointers. Come in two seasons and Scotty similarly. It's like a disproportionate about the NBA. In effect gave them a weapon that they didn't have by moving the three-point line in a couple of feet. And I think that compensates a little bit for the aging and declined athleticism. Like one hundred. Three's two seasons in a row in ninety two. He made twenty-seven threes. And if you watch game one of that finals which is the shrug game. Winning six three and a half marv Albert is like astonished that he's even shooting threes. Clyde Drexler is defending Michael Jordan than that game like teams defend. Ben Simmons. Now it's like you just go ahead buddy. Go ahead insurance. It's insane so I think that moving the three point line in gave Michael and Scotty a tool. That wasn't really in their toolbox which which made the boat which made the ninety six balls a little bit more verse not versatile but just as another thing they could do. You're making a very interesting case. I someone who I have not seen practically any of in the last and so far was one of my favorite people to be around during those that those runs. Everyone talks about tax winter because of the triangle offense they had an assistant coach named Johnny Bach who is an NBA life. H was his name and he was around the league. For trillion years and tax was the offense and Bach was the defense and when he would put Jordan Pippen Rodman and Harper on the floor. He called at the Doberman overnight sense and and they would go out there and they will just attack you and that's something. I really have not thought a lot about you. Know here's what I would say. Zach is that sometimes you emotion gets involved. I will admit that in ninety six ninety eight ninety five ninety sixteen I was put off by the Rodman Thing Rodman. I felt came in there. He became such a sensation in town. Like I'll tell you a very quick story about it. I don't know how will you know Chicago. But they have these expressways.

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"f  greenberg" Discussed on The Lowe Post

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01:33 min | 10 months ago

"f greenberg" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Is that guys. Keep jumping around to play together. I have no problem with it. I don't in any way begrudge them doing it God bless them. If I were in their shoes I'd probably do the same thing but what you were robbed in that as seeing the evolution of a championship team. So when when Lebron James Dwayne Wade Chris Bosh got together in Miami. They went from zero to sixty immediately. You didn't see the knocking on the door of anybody. They just went from irrelevant to in the finals in one year and then every single year and the broad and he goes to Cleveland and they're in the finals every single year and Kevin Durant goes raw Golden State and they're just going to win the championship and there isn't going to be any thing to be said about it and they obviously would right now. Be Three TIME DEFENDING CHAMPS. If they hadn't been ravaged by injury particularly with durant but in those days you would actually see the evolution of it and toward never lost so to me. It's a combination of the two three peats. Plus the fact that once he started winning we never saw him lose so every time one of the others to whom he has compared wound up. Losing and Lebron has lost a lot in the biggest box. Most of it not his fault. But that's the easiest way to say what Michael Jordan has never freaking loss. I mean no matter what happened. That guy wasn't gonNA lose and that's a very tough thing to compete against Scotts turf. Builder Triple Action has acquired the secret to building a thicker greener lawn in return. They have taken all the hard work out of the picture. That's good to give you more time to do nothing..

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"f  greenberg" Discussed on The Lowe Post

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10:35 min | 10 months ago

"f greenberg" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"You all the way and now the Lopez. Welcome to the low post podcasts. Where it's still nineteen ninety. Eight and not twenty twenty. Twenty twenty sucks and I am thrilled to be joined by someone who is around the Chicago Bulls a lot including during the first three peat and someone who occasionally lets me go on his television show in the morning the one and only Mike Greenberg. How are you? I am terrific. Thank you very much for having me on a fan of this and some thrilled to be here. I've been living I. I wrote a big twenty Cuco story last week. A Big Pacers bowl story like I just. I have chosen to exit. Twenty Twenty. Because it's too depressing and go back and relive my late teens and early twenties. It's a great time. Like Hey rik smits. How are you doing Rick Smits? You're still really sad about nineteen ninety eight but it's fun to talk to you. It's been it's been a good time. I've enjoyed it too. I've been working so I think I sometimes jokingly say of all the people that I know from a professional standpoint my schedule and life have been probably impacted less than anyone. I know during this but but I love seeing last dance in any for different reasons. Because it's not often that we get to relive our youth like the biggest difference between Those days and now for me I was there and now I'm here. Is that one that was stuff was going on. I was twenty four twenty five twenty six years old and reminding me of the way I viewed things. Then you know in some ways. It's not that the world was simpler or better or worse but I was younger and everything seems simpler and better when you're younger so I've it has been like a trip back to my youth with whole movies that don't contain me. There's someone else's home movies but I was close enough to them that they matter to me in a personal way so I've really gotten a thrill and I'll tell you one other thing. My son is seventeen and he loves basketball and I think you and I have discussed the fact that he really has never in his lifetime. existed in a world where the Knicks were a really relevant team. That one good year they made up a little bit of a playoff. Push for the most part. He has never seen the Knicks matter. So that kind of breaks my heart a little bit as a kid who grew up going to the garden all of my childhood and he also is one of these people who will tell me that. Lebron James is definitely a better player that so I have gotten extrordinary pleasure out of watching these films with him and showing him all the ways in which. That isn't true. Well so much of how we process. Sports is and how we process. Anything is we tend to like what we saw. I and so it's it's as stupid as like every night at ten o'clock except when the landscape last dances on my wife and I are binging. This silly show called the great British bake off which is a baking competition. It's like our winedown show and I like the first version that I saw better than the most recent version that I've seen just because I saw it I it's like a lot of people who love mid-range Jumpers and don't like threes. It's just because they grew up watching mid-range jumpers and not threes and if you flip the order they might feel totally differently so for me. Michael's championship runs span aged thirteen to age twenty for me. So that's like that's your coming of age as a sports fan. That's going from like kid. Who's like dimly aware of sophisticated sports analysis into young adulthood? So there will never be anybody in sports. Who is Michael Jordan for me? As a consumer of sports they just. It doesn't matter if Lebron breaks the scoring record. It doesn't matter if he wins three more championships. He will never resonate with me and people my age the way Michael Jordan. This is not possible and that is the moment that it occurred to me at some point during this that eventually we all become our dad because my dad would be the one who was telling me. Michael and I do a terrible imitation of my dad. He would say to me. Michael if you don't put Oscar Robertson in this conversation then we're no longer having it by. You don't have any idea what you're talking about if you're telling me you don't think. Oscar Robertson was every bit as good as any of these guys. You're talking about your Julius erving. You're so excited about and anyone else. I may have liked in the late seventies. Which is what. I'm a firm a load of the you are so I felt my came of age as a basketball fan. I just missed the championship Knicks. I'm just guy. Slept in Walt Frazier's pajamas. Not Literally his. But I slept in your knicks number. Ten footy pajamas and so I just missed them. So my my knicks teams of note of the earliest ones. I remember we're like toby. Night and Glenn Ganders can Larry Gimmick and all sorts of people exact all did it came to Bernard King when Women Mixed Gut Bernard King and Huby had those teams where they played the full first unit and the full second unit. That will always be my favorite team of all time when they took the the the Celtics the legendary Celtic seven games. When Bernard King's fifty points in all those games that was when I fell in love with basketball and so to me. I'll never love anything like I loved that but I'll never see another player like Michael Jordan under any circumstances. Yeah I've been. I've been going around the house for the last three days singing. The sometimes I dream that he and my wife is like what are you. What are you singing? And I'm like it's just a soundtrack to my life and it has always been and your point about everyone being your dad. So we'll bond came on the podcast last week and did the old man yelling at cloud thing about how Michael is. The greatest in the warriors would never beat the Bulls and you know he got made fun of a little bit on twitter for it. I I will tell all the twenty year olds who make fun of the forty year olds like me for not understanding. What Tick Tock is in all of this? It's going to happen to you to in twenty years to twenty year olds are going to be making fun of you for being the old out of touch person. It's going to happen to everyone anyway so I was very excited that last night. They got into the ninety two and ninety three finals in the first three peat. A little bit because you were there for that. I repeat you are on the ground in Chicago working in the media covering the team. You told me Your every. Shoot around every practice. You're so you're in Portland for the ninety two finals. You're in Phoenix for the ninety three finals. And that's going to lead us to the sort of debate. Everybody loves to have. What's the best bull's team ever? But I WANNA set back before we get into that I just you know. I've been watching a lot of those two finals for podcast purposes in the last week or two and I just I had forgot like in my head. The Portland series unfolded like a lot of the other finals. Where it was kind of it was an easier series for the Bulls had forgotten that that was a two series going into game. Five Phoenix won. I remembered that the road team on every game except for one and they had to go back to Phoenix decline. So I just I'll open it up to you. I don't know of those two playoff runs. I don't know if you have favorite memories. Favorite practices favorite conversations. Ah Game or a scene that you will always stick with you. That's your some of your favorite young Mike Greenberg Memories. So I'll start with this for me. This is probably very personal. As opposed to bigger picture. But I'm a kid from New Yorker grew up with season tickets to the Knicks. My entire family is still in New York at that time. And there are no words to describe how important the Knicks were to my family. My parents at that time my brother and I'm a reporter working in Chicago covering the Bulls and as good as the series with Phoenix was as good as interesting as the series of Portland was the series against the Knicks and ninety in the starting in ninety one ninety two ninety three and ninety four when Michael isn't fair on the Hugh Holland series. Were the most intensely competitive sporting events I've ever seen in my entire life I've never see teams like I was a little bit surprise early in the Jordan Films. Here that the vitriol remains between the Jordan teams and the bad boy pistons but seems to have largely disintegrated with the Knicks. Because I'm here to tell you that those series were every bit as competitive every bit as vicious as physical as As hotly contested and a big part of it is Phil Jackson and Pat. Riley hated each other and that was awesome. They were rivals going all the way back to their playing days. And so I mean it went all the way to the coaches. So what I remember. Most were those games between the Knicks and the Bulls were better than any of the Finals Games The year ninety three is the year that starts as the left handed dunk to win game two and it looks like holy smoke. They're gonNA throw these guys Jordan's GonNa lose and the Knicks are GonNa win. And that was one of the Dave Anderson Collins comes out of they just went through all of that in which they make a big deal Jordan going to Atlantic city. And he did he legitimately stop talking to us. Michael who was the most accessible superstar you could ever imagine who would stand there and talk to you until the cows went home At that point the cows off because not talk to anybody for weeks and that was the most it was just the most dramatic thing and I guess I had such a personal stake in it because in those days the big thing and I guess it still is in basketball was my family would never stopped telling me. Jordan is getting every call every call. This is ridiculous I Michael. I can't even watch this. Jordan gets every single call. The Ref want the League wants Jordan back in the final so badly in Chicago on my own radio station. The narrative was the league wants New York in the finals. They want the Knicks to make it so it just goes to show you the depending upon which colored glasses you're wearing everyone's nuts uth. Everyone's was my favorite. That was a very long answer to a short question. Those were my favorite memories were though series between the Bulls and the next was the most exciting competitive dramatic stuff. I've ever watched so I would like to go back once when I when I have time..

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"f  greenberg" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

38:27 min | 1 year ago

"f greenberg" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz