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"gianna" Discussed on KCBS All News
"If it's snowing in this area, it's likely raining in the Bay Area, which means slick roads, let's go to Gianna Franco for a look. Yes, it makes it for a pretty tough Saturday morning drive so if you are getting out and about, you've been warned by extra careful out there grab that umbrella, give yourself some extra time 'cause it is a little busy in some spots whenever we get a crash and we do have one that is still stuck out there on the roadways it's westbound 80 in Berkeley right at ashby that right lane is still blocked. They call that sweepers to the scene because apparently one of the vehicles in the crash hit the orange barrels off to the side of the roadway and those are filled with sand those attenuators. So that has been scattered in the right lane. So they kind of have to clean up that mess there. So it is slow looking at our mapping system, tracking some speeds down to about 25 mph coming out of Berkeley all the way into emeryville. So that will affect your drive if you're headed towards the bay bridge early this morning. Speaking of bridges, the carquinez bridge was found near the toll Plaza, new crash just reported there. That's blocking one lane as well, seeing some brake lights as you approach the scene. And we are getting reports of a stalled vehicle stuck in lanes. This is east 5 80 at fruitvale, so just be careful there as well. Looks like there's also some debris in the roadway and you might come up on that one pretty quickly if you're traveling eastbound 5 80 this morning. If you want to skip the roads and use public transit, you know, for the most part, everything seems to be on time, Bart though I was reporting potentially up to ten minute delays system wide and that will be due to those retin wet, I can say that. Weather conditions out there. All right, your next traffic update at 9 18 Allison and back to you Chris on the traffic jam. This is for everyone. We appreciate it. And looking here at the forecast at the radar, it looks like a J so the top of the J is going to be
Biden Begs Supreme Court for Loan Forgiveness
"Let's get into the news the day here because we have the president thinking he can wave a magic wand and somehow turn around the courts on this whole student loan debacle. Don't forget this was struck down. It's not constitutional. They say, well, somehow he's going back at it again. He now has a lawsuit. He now has a lawsuit that he's taken to the Supreme Court because the Biden administration wants the Supreme Court to revive. His student loan relief program that would forgive up to $20,000 in student debt for tens of millions of Americans. You know what this really is about. Unfortunately, it is about politics because if they actually cared about fixing the system and making sure that more kids didn't take on debt, they couldn't afford it. They'd actually put it back on the colleges. The colleges that are sitting on billions of dollars in endowments were in the colleges are ones with the money. Let's be very clear. And the colleges took advantage of the system that the government, very poorly set up, which then took advantage of a lot of kids, of course, I still believe Gianna know what you're doing when you sign on that dotted line. We have gotten such a massive academia complex that really rivals what we saw once with the military conflict. Remember how back in the 80s everybody was pointing to that big giant military complex they hated it so much. We have the equivalent effectively. If you would in academia, and it's not really serving our country, it's not serving these kids, and it's landing them in tons of debt because, hey, you get a blank check and nobody thinks about having to pay it back. Meanwhile, colleges are out of control in terms of what their inflation rates are because, hey, it's free money. What happens when you have free money? Have we not learned anything over the last couple of years anyway, the Justice Department said in a court filing on Thursday that it planned to ask the Supreme Court to reverse an injunction that was issued earlier in the week by the 8th circuit Court of Appeals prohibits the administration from carrying out student debt relief separately the Justice Department is asking the 5th circuit Court of Appeals to put on hold a decision by a district court judge in Texas to strike down the debt relief program as illegal because hey, why not?
Gianno Caldwell: How I Lost My Baby Brother
"While it's my honor Gianna and tell us what happened How you lost your brother Well on June 24th I received a call that completely and totally changed my life I was told that my baby brother Christian was murdered on the south side of Chicago specifically at a 114 South Vincent streets in Chicago on a Friday morning And what I learned from the detective is my baby brother wasn't the target He just happened to be standing next to the person And multiple people were shot that day as they were trying to target a specific person Who ended up living and having had multiple surgeries week after the incident So from that point I didn't know if I was going to post it ever and let the public know what was going on Of course so Fox News my employer that afternoon what had happened But then hit me as I sleep across the internal line that if I want people to be transferred if I want these people to be arrested and brought to justice that I need to let everyone know right away So that Saturday morning I posted a 7 a.m. when it happened in about 15 minutes later Fox News channel had an article up a bit of an hour They had a reporter on it And that's when I started really a media tour to make sure people were aware that all of what had happened So the people who did this could be brought to justice
"gianna" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"You know folks, I don't know Gianna Caldwell. I've talked to him once or twice, I believe. I certainly know of him. He is a solid American patriot. He's been for a long time. And you know his younger brother was murdered. And I didn't feel like I could just contact him. It just start discussing it with him. Until I could see that he was more comfortable to discuss it and has because he wants the perpetrators The Killers brought to justice. And so I asked mister producer to reach out to him, so we can do our part to help. And Gianna Caldwell, I've always been a big fan of yours from afar, and I'm sure this has been more than horrific. To you and to your family, but welcome to the program nonetheless. Thank you, Mark. I really appreciate it. And I've been a big fan of yours for many years. Radio show, I mean, you're one of the greats and one of the Giants and the conservative movements are really thank you. While it's my honor, Gianna and tell us what happened. How you lost your brother. Well, on June 24th, I received a call that completely and totally changed my life. I was told that my baby brother Christian was murdered on the south side of Chicago specifically at a 114. South Vincent streets in Chicago on a Friday morning. And what I learned from the detective is my baby brother wasn't the target. He just happened to be standing next to the person. And multiple people were shot that day as they were trying to target a specific person. Who ended up living and having had multiple surgeries, week after the incident. So from that point, I didn't know if I was going to post it ever and let the public know what was going on. Of course, so Fox News my employer that afternoon what had happened. But then hit me as I sleep across the internal line, that if I want people to be transferred, if I want these people to be arrested and brought to justice that I need to let everyone know right away. So that Saturday morning, I posted a 7 a.m. when it happened in about 15 minutes later, Fox News channel had an article up a bit of an hour. They had a reporter on it. And that's when I started really a media tour to make sure people were aware that all of what had happened. So the people who did this could be brought to justice. Now, I'm going to tell you, someone who is a dear friend and brother of yours. Who's been an enormous help to me.
Kobe Bryant widow awarded $16M in trial over crash photos
"Kobe Bryant's widow has won her case over the photos from the site of the helicopter crash that killed the basketball star and their daughter in 2020 I'm Ben Thomas with the verdict A federal jury awarded Vanessa Bryant $16 million for emotional distress as part of a $31 million verdict against Los Angeles County after deputies and firefighters shared grisly photos of the NBA star his 13 year old daughter Gianna and other victims taken at the scene of the 2020 helicopter crash jurors agreed with Brian and her attorneys that her privacy was invaded In tearful testimony Vanessa Bryant said news of the photos compounded her grief county attorneys argued they were necessary to assess the scene but acknowledged while never made public they should not have been shared with everyone who saw them Kobe Bryant would have turned 44 this week I'm Ben Thomas
Gianno Caldwell: We Have to Uncuff the Police
"Named Gianna Caldwell. Gianna Caldwell is a Fox News regular. I see him on social media on Fox News a lot. Young black conservative who suffered the unimaginable this week when his little brother was murdered in Chicago and as painful as it had to be as difficult as it had to be. This strong courageous young man gianno Caldwell felt a need to appear on national television last night. I come here tonight as it, a man who feels shattered. My baby brother, Kristen, who just turned 18 this year is no longer with me. He. Was a good kid. And certainly knowing that living in Chicago seemingly comes with a price these days, but I would never have intended or rather expected that it would come with a death sentence for my baby brother. Black bodies are being littered in the streets of Chicago. And it's not just impacting African Americans here, is impacting everyone. You can't go downtown Chicago. Now without looking around your shoulder, you may be shot there. The truth of the matter is we need to uncuff the police and that's what's happened. The policies, the software crime policies that have been pushed by many of the elected officials here are only causing more crime. They've only bared dead fruit. And now my family is paying the price.
"gianna" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Want to talk about your song, hold the line. That one, it really stayed with me. And I know you wrote this about Gianna Floyd, just 6 when her dad, George Floyd's murder was filmed, sparked mass demonstrations around the world. I was in Minneapolis when I watched Gianna smile and say, dad changed the world. And it broke me watching a 6 year old, looking for meaning in her dad's senseless killing, being told that her loss would finally change the world. See that child. Can imagine was running the young man I remember hearing the news and watching the video and eventually seeing Giannis speak. And my first feeling was like how devastated I was because here we have the 6 year old child having to address the free world on how her father was murdered on TV and I was just like, I wish he could have been a kid a little longer. I remember when I realized that because I was black, my life was going to be different than the white kids I grew up with. And every time I see black kids have to grow up that fast, it just, it sends me all the way back, you know? It's horrifying and it just broke my heart. Take my life. Trading my. Life he had everything I wish I had. I can't even lie. That song just like how I am now is just a bundle of emotions, you know? And I think that that's okay. How
"gianna" Discussed on WTOP
"Of an NBA superstar Dear Gianna a tribute to Gianna Bryan from her mom on what would have been her daughter's 16th birthday You came from greatness but it was never about what you inherited It was about what you gave to others Nike's posted Vanessa's story to Twitter every time someone plays her hardest I know that's you on the court Gianna and her dad Kobe died in a helicopter crash on their way to a girl's practice two years ago Love you always Basketball Deborah Rodriguez CBS News Vanessa Bryant is locked in a legal battle with Los Angeles County over the release of crash site photos by sheriff's deputies The judds were inducted into the country music Hall of Fame yesterday it comes a day after singer Naomi Judd died Her daughter was the other half of the singing duo She accepted the award alongside her sister Ashley Wynonna joked that she hadn't prepared any remarks because she expected her mother to do most of the talking I'm gonna make this fast because my heart's broken And I feel so blessed and it's a very strange dynamic To be this broken in this blessed On the eve of the induction the family said in a statement that Naomi Judd died at the age of 76 due to the disease of mental illness Judd had spoken in the past about being diagnosed with severe depression and anxiety 1144 Hi I'm Patrick finger's owner a new look comes on Let's be honest getting a new roof is not easy You got a call contractors and hope they call you back You got a kit three estimates then you gotta figure out how you're gonna pay for it Well a new look it's different Schedule a same day onsite or virtual estimate All estimates come with a free 3D rendering of your roof so you know exactly what it's gonna look like and we give you line by line pricing so you know exactly what you're gonna pay for Plus it's a great time to save Most contractors will let you pay half up front for the roof and the other half later and new look we let you pay half later and the other half never Through may only pay for half your roofing materials and pay the other half later with interest free financing Call 802 7 9 5300 That's 802 7 9 5300 New look home design dot com.
"gianna" Discussed on WTOP
"The attack happened inside the Wheaton ball back on April 15th around 8 p.m. that Friday night Police say the victim was jumped by two females described as being in their late teens taken to the ground and kicked in the face Then police say one of the victims attackers sprayed bleach in her eyes before running away Police aren't able to say why the attack happened but there is surveillance video of the suspects The hope is that you can help identify them John dome in WTO P news The Washington spirit finally celebrating last year's championship win it came after the team won their first game of the new season beating Seattle two to one yesterday After the victory at Audi field the team celebrated the 2021 national woman soccer league championship in front of the crowd I mean it was excitement I think it was everyone feeling like they finally get to celebrate this and celebrate this with the fans Chris ward and the rest of the 2021 squad also showed off their new championship rings Ashley Sanchez who scored the first goal says winning last year's title has really motivated the team As soon as the new season started we're just wanting to do it again And I think we're all just so excited about last year and we want to have that feeling again Mayor Bowser also attended the season opener She declared November 20th Washington spirit day Luke Luger WTO pinus Marking a sweet 16 that never came to be for the daughter of an NBA superstar Dear Gianna a tribute to Gianna Bryan from her mom on what would have been her daughter's 16th birthday You.
"gianna" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"One Discover a new podcast from our library of hundreds of thousands of titles Here's an iHeartRadio podcast preview Sunday January 26th 2020 Kobe Bryant his 13 year old daughter Gianna her friend and 5 others board a private helicopter in Orange County California The group is headed to a youth basketball tournament at mamba sports academy in Thousand Oaks a little over 70 miles away just northwest of Los Angeles It's a frequent destination for Bryant and his daughter and the pilot has flown that route many times before but on this foggy morning conditions are different Out of 5 freeway maintains special gift Special VFR conditions at about 2500 500 I 5 north down two eggs The pilot notifies the tower that he's climbing above the clouds Two echo x-ray you're still too low levels well for by following at this time Moments later Radio silence We're getting reports that NBA star Kobe Bryant and at least four other people have been killed 5 time NBA champion former league MVP Kobe Bryant died earlier NBA star Kobe Bryant was on board that helicopter and is now dead at the age of 41 I'm Steve Gregory in Los Angeles The death and life of Kobe Bryant is a limited series podcast that will take a look at that tragic day The media coverage on the scene the confusion the investigation the autopsies controversies and the indelible mark that Bryant.
"gianna" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Trump Ilia merits and PR news New York It's Friday which is when we hear from StoryCorps When Gianna panaga was a baby she was diagnosed with a significant heart defect She received her first heart transplant when she was one year old She's now 30 and has spent most of her life in and out of hospitals Recently Gianna came to with her mother Lourdes to talk about how these experiences shaped her life Since I was three I remember wanting to be a doctor I would always like to watch what was happening like watch how a needle goes in Yeah you had your regular cardiogram and sonograms And you would take in your beanie babies and have them X rayed because you wanted to see what was inside But when the doctors told me I couldn't go to medical school that I didn't have the stamina to do it I was beyond devastated You know I wish that I would have known how devastating it was for you I would have said don't give up But I think my being your mother and being overprotective versus being supportive It's been a learning process The overprotective side we've definitely butt heads about it but I get it So then fast forward ten years when I learned that I had to get the second heart transplant I originally had not wanted to get it because I didn't feel like I wanted to go through all of that It was going to extend my life but it just seemed like this mountain that I didn't really want to buy the equipment to climb But I changed my mind And with the remaining time thanks to this recent heart I'd like to go to medical school I know that I wasn't as supportive then but this is your dream so you have to go You're very brave and I think that's what I'm proudest of Having a transplant does not make you necessarily brave It's just like I have no other choice But the biggest thing that I learned is that if you really want to do something there's always a way to do it And don't let somebody tell you you can't Yeah You just have to honor whatever it is.
"gianna" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Potential team member to be the one talking for the most part. So in that little of that time period is when they are that's when during that time is when they're kind of seeing like yes, this feels good. We're both jiving during that time during their solidifying. We're going to get you in next week because we have every Thursday and Friday, which are some of our slower times available for these skill tests and in office sit downs with these people. Sure, sure. So that's when. So we want to make sure during that 15 minute Zoom call is this person serious. Are there any non negotiables that don't make sense? And then we get them in for the next and then I can go into that in just a bit. And that makes it so I think like you're saying too and it depends on the position. I think that's important to note here. So with regards to skills testing like back office positions or things where maybe they're not specifically admin positions, I think that those getting them into the office to do an in person interview and then skills testing makes more sense after the zoom interview. My process, I mean, I'm constantly hiring for admin positions, right? That's I'm part of my side gig at GSD queen. Anyway, so but I love the mini phone interview like just get them on the phone. I usually just call them up cold and say, hey, this is, you know, I or Gianna, if you're listening, Gianna calls. And calls them up and just says, hey, this is Gianna. You applied for this position. I just want to touch base with you real quick and kind of feels them out because I think you said you're going to get a lot of feedback within that first call. Like if they don't even want to talk to you, if they don't even if they're not even interested at all, that type of thing. Then you can move on from there. But my question is for admin positions is, hey, you know, you had applied for this position. Our next step is that you take a skills assessment, would you be, you know, it will take about an hour, you have to have a desktop or a laptop. Are you open to taking that skills assessment? And then from there, they tell me if they are or not, and then that's when I'm sending it to them, and I'm not doing a full interview until after they've taken the full assessment. Now, for all legal purposes, you're supposed to speak to speak with them first and not base hiring off of the sales assessment. So that's why we talk to them first as well. But that saves us time with regards to those zoom interviews. And for admin, it makes more sense, I think, in that capacity when it comes to in person hands on working back office or hygienists, that type of thing. That's a little bit different. So that's how my process differs just a little bit, but I think that it, yeah, you just, like you said, find what works for you. So you're maximizing time. I hate bringing people in for an interview. And then later I learned that they don't know how to spell and I'm having them email constantly or something. You know, it's just, it just doesn't make sense. You read our minds. Is that we had the same problem, is like if we were getting them in a few times talking to them a few times, sending a skills test later, we just found that all the different steps were making it to where I do believe in, you know, I know they say like higher or slow fire fast. The problem with that is I'm like the slowest kind of subjective term. I'm like, I'm not saying hire the first person that sends in a resume, but I think that the process needs to be streamlined to which your maximizing the time. And respecting the time of the other people. And if you guys are like me, you know, my own team members are strapped for time themselves with everything. So for us, you know, part of ghosting is, yes, that quick, that quick phone call three minute phone call, move them to the 15 minute, you know, the ambassadors of culture kind of sit with that person, let the person feel kind of who we are, what we're about, do we jive and resonate. At that point, they get them scheduled usually within that one week period of time to come in for a skills assessment. And you know, for us, we've really changed it to where, you know, gosh, I don't know if I'm speaking to anybody else when I'm saying this, but I have to admit, sometimes people would come in for whatever you want to call it, working interview, skills assessment, whatever you want to call it. And we were slight bit frazzled. I felt like. And so this person was coming in and it was like, you're super important. What's so happy you're here? People just, you know, a little bit chaotic, or you kind of throw them into things. Well, it's funny because I was like, doesn't that go against everything that our core values are? Which is servant's heart, disciplined and professional. Accountability. Like, here's everything who we say we are. We get this guest into our office and world whirling dervish of madness sometimes. And I don't know if anybody else is like that. Maybe it really is just us. But I don't think it's just you, I think..
Joe Piscopo Chats With Political Analyst and Podcaster Gianno Caldwell
"One of those great people is a gentleman by the name of gianno Caldwell, Fox News political analyst, and host of the new I heart radio podcast that everybody's listening to. It's called out loud with johnno Caldwell's young author. He's a great guy. Welcome to the show, my friend, so great to have you with us today. Man, this has been so long since I've been on this. This particular radio show, you know, Sebastian, we go way back. He said that. Way back. Yeah, yeah, yeah. He said he texted me, he said, wait, wait, Giotto tell giano I said, hey, you know? And Giotto, you know, full disclosure, Gianna's on my morning show this morning. And he said, I said, John, I want to jump on the air with us on this immortan Luther King day, and I appreciate it. John back from London, he is. He is the real powers. The real Austin Powers got a coworker. Zaggy baby. Yes, there you go. You know, haven't been in London since November. I can reaffirm what everyone already knows. There's no place like home America is truly the land of the free and we got to keep it as free as possible. And as Joe Biden is making that very, very difficult. For many people across the country, but thank God the Supreme Court got involved. I mean, too bad that Kavanaugh didn't have the backbone to say, no, we're going to no vaccine mandates on anyone. But here we are. Here we are. Yeah. And that's nice of you to say that because when you travel around, you know, my hero Frank Sinatra always said that. You know, he would always go around and he would say, he would go, you know, I always look forward and I always tell everybody, I'm from Hoboken, New Jersey baby. You come back to America, the greatest country of all is so
"gianna" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"13 year old daughter, Gianna, her friend and five others board A private helicopter in Orange County, California group is headed to a youth basketball tournament at Mamba Sports Academy in 1000 Oaks, a little over 70 miles away, just northwest of Los Angeles. It's a frequent destination for Bryant and his daughter and the pilot has flown that route many times before. But on this foggy morning conditions are different. The five freeway maintain specialty authority. Hershey's special VFR conditions edible in 2500 or below 2500 I five North bound to a question, The pilot notifies the tower that is climbing above the clouds to echo X ray. You're still too low level for flight following at this time, moments later to Echo actress, hotel radio silence. We're getting reports that NBA star Kobe Bryant and at least four other people have been killed. Five time NBA champion former league MVP Kobe Bryant died early NBA star Kobe Bryant was on board that helicopter and is now dead at the age of 41. I'm Steve Gregory in Los Angeles. The death and life of Kobe Bryant is a limited series podcast that will take a look at that tragic day. The media coverage on the scene, the confusion, the investigation, the autopsies, controversies. And the indelible mark that Bryant left on a city, a sport and his legion of fans..
"gianna" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Old daughter, Gianna, her friend and five others board a private helicopter in Orange County, California. The group is headed to a youth basketball tournament at Mamba Sports Academy in 1000 Oaks, a little over 70 miles away, just northwest of Los Angeles. It's a frequent destination for Bryant and his daughter and the pilot has flown that route many times before. But on this foggy morning conditions are different. The five freeway maintain specialty authority. Question. Special VFR conditions edible in 2500 or below 2500 I five North bound to English. The pilot notifies the tower that he's climbing above the clouds to echo X ray. You're still too low levels for flight following at this time, moments later to Echo actress, hotel radio silence. We're getting reports that NBA star Kobe Bryant and at least four other people have been killed. Five time NBA champion former league MVP Kobe Bryant died. NBA star Kobe Bryant was on board that helicopter and is now dead at the age of 41. I'm Steve Gregory in Los Angeles. The death and life of Kobe Bryant is a limited series podcast that will take a look at that tragic day. The media coverage on the scene. The confusion, the investigation. The autopsies controversial Monday News time is 5 12. Pat Woodard is here Another day, another upward tick on gas prices. It seems as if we're doing daily updates on gas prices. You're not wrong, and it's because gas prices have been going up on pretty much a daily basis. They're up again overnight. To their highest level in seven years. The latest numbers from triple able to national average price at 3 12 a gallon that's up half a penny from yesterday and up a nickel from last week. Last year. At this time, the national average price was 2 17 a gallon Where did the first half of 2021 go well, let's see how it went for your 401, K or other investments. Stocks closed out the first half of the year with double digit gains, the doubts hired by 210 points and up more than 12% for the year. The S and P up five in gaining 14% for the year, the NASDAQ falling 24 points. The corner mark both the Dow and the S and P 505th consecutive quarter of gains. That is their longest streak since 2017 in New York. Geri Willis Fox News As for the second half of the year, which starts today, stock futures point to mixed numbers at today's opening Bell. The financial services company, Robin Hood is going to have to pay a big fine. The company has to part with $57 million for problems, including system wide outages Those happened in March of last year. With the market crash that came with the coronavirus pandemic. Robin Hood will also have to pay nearly $13 million to clients in the form of restitution. Those penalties were issued by the financial industry Regulatory Authority. Amazon wants the Federal Trade Commissioner Lina Khan, recused from all Amazon related Anti trust cases that the agency might take up. Amazon's newly filed petitions suggested to FTC tear lacks objectivity, Kan's been an outspoken critic of Amazon and played a key role in driving up some of the break up big tech talk that's going around Washington companies letter. The FTC says that Con can hardly be fair when she's publicly argued Amazon is guilty of antitrust violations and should be broken up. So much for projections from the experts pending home sales are spiking, even though the experts predicted them to come down the National Association realtors as they rose 8% in May when compared to April the numbers and they are actually the highest for that month since 2000 and five. The increase came as experts thought pending sales were declined by 1%. Things, figuring that people are getting priced out of the housing market. Next money update Coming up at 5 42. Pat.
Chauvin Sentenced to More Than 22 Years for Floyd Murder
"Police officer Derek Shelvin for the murder of George Floyd. The sentencing following an afternoon of emotional victim impact statements. Floyd, seven year old daughter, Gianna, the first to speak addressing the judge on video. If you could say anything to your daddy right now, what would it be a our mission. And I love Um Floyd's brother, Terrence, with a question for Derek Chauvin. When you Knew that he posed no threat anymore. He had He was handcuffed while you're there at least get up the Floyd family seeking the maximum sentence. You don't want to see no more slaps on the wrist. We've we've been through that already A BCS Alix Perez, former President Trump could
Vanessa Bryant to Settle Suit Over Helicopter Crash
"With the company that operated the helicopter involved in the crash that killed Kobe Bryant, his daughter, Gianna and seven others in Calabasas. Vanessa. Helicopters for wrongful death. Terms of the settlement were not reveal The agreement still needs court approval. Republican lawmakers have
Be Less Apologetic With Kimberly Blackwell
"Kim welcome to to professional troublemaker. Oh my god. It's also thrilled to be here. This is a long time coming long time coming too long to low. Always start off by asking my guess. What did you wanna be when you were growing up. fun fact. I actually wanted to be a sports medicine doctor really so i have a passion for sports. Okay and really for me. was very curious about medicine. And actually my undergraduate degree i went to syracuse made and so everything by way of my preparation was to go to medical school so sports medicine. So how old were you when you realize that. That's something that you wanted to be. So here's what i'll tell you. I think i feel like. I thought i wanted to be a doctor. Probably as early as junior high. Not quite as young as elementary. But i think i'd junior high. I kinda develop that curiosity around medicine and then i played sports in high school so i played volleyball and basketball when i got to syracuse. They ask them okay so listen. This had a scholarship for basketball to yale. Oh did not go to your obviously to this day. My father does not let me live that down. Okay i'm gonna bring you way back because this is fascinating okay. So five year old. kim. How was she. Okay let's back that up okay. So kim started school at three years. Old ooh okay. And so for. Kim went to montessori school. I started early. Kim was also advanced a great. So i tell folks. Nothing i do or have done has ever been conventional started school early advanced. The great graduated fairly young. I pledged in my teens. Alpha kappa alpha. Oh yeah it's like so but going back to your question. I think five year old cam actually still has a lot of the characteristics of forty something year old count. I think i always was a people person. Okay i think i was always operating from a position of excellence. I put pressure on myself. And i remember this even as a child i wanted to beat you in everything that we play like kick ball. I want to win. Like and i want to win. Not by you know two kicks but by ten So i was very competitive. i think as I looked to areas sort of where i tried to kind of position myself. As a team player. I think even the end and having played soccer as a toddler to montessori school so i was kinda raised in that environment of like you know we have. We didn't sit desk with chairs we were taught to be. Free are thinking won'- the room with blocks and all that good stuff. We call it our teachers by their first name. Gianna oh no i'm burn. No i will never forget him. John berno and it was. It was really cool. My my parents like you know my mother's educator. So you know grew up. In the fact where my mother started as a schoolteacher and so you know we will come home to kids. We didn't know sitting in a diner on the table because my mother really kind of operated like you know it takes a village and though our who is it you know but i think i develop that sense of community and responsibility to community by saying my mother embodied that early age and so she was an educator teacher there became an administrator retired as the superintendent on my father was in public service I grew up where he had been on the council city council but even before that school board So we would have kids. We were sasha malia without knowing way bag win do on parades my were you oldest oldest of three. I'm the oldest. Three pitchers like my dad was the mayor you know. And so they're big plaques with you know his name and we're sitting on his lap and council chamber. My dad is pretty well traveled. He you know has served as an ambassador. Un ambassador he served as undersecretary hoods all. That's where i got a lot of my service responsibilities.
"gianna" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"I don't know i. I don't know exactly what he wants in money starts doing the beautiful mystery and i don't know where we're going to be in. I'm living for the moment. All of those things nice incorrect but really hasn't given any sign in terms of. I wanna go here. I want to go there. I'm gonna do this. I wanna do that so we don't know we don't know i mean. Does he want the love. We see the free agents on the market. In terms of you know wide receivers get himself Number two receiver to complement the davante adams. So you may get a willful or the fourth. Juju smith schuster. A corey davis get an upgrade at cornerback. I mean are you going to be able or the packers going to make the move to try to spend the money to get themselves. Ah corey davis reggie smith schuster or a willfuller or this is gonna go ahead. Graft another backup quarterback. We don't know we know. No but the likelihood of rogers being traded asking for a trade zero. Where's it gonna go. What situations kennedy goto. That's better than the one that he has right now. In green bay people talk. Well san francisco san francisco san francisco. You're gonna try to tell me. The skill players for san francisco are better than the ones in green bay. I don't think so. Yeah you might have a kyle. Shanahan abdul offense a playcaller which could be heaven on earth but seems to mean fluorine. Too bad either. Mean the opportunity to play with. Sean payton intriguing. Maybe go to indianapolis. They have a lot of Cap space and play with and be the quarterback for that team under right. Okay maybe possibly but take a little of the skill players on that team. There's no one. There's no number one receiver michael. Thomas isn't better than devante. Atoms tice yeltsin is that better than Davante adams you take a look at the wide receiving corps upgrade. You take a look at that team in general dylan upgrade. I don't think maybe rogers is like well. You know what. I'm so fucking great that you put me on the new orleans san francisco and indianapolis and i can elevate. I knew what brady did. The season within going to tampa bay elevating some of talent. I don't know. I don't know. But i i know one thing is that he's a beautiful mystery. What the hell is aaron rodgers talking about. I got mystery. Forty metre jefferson. What time is it. Oh here's a clue. You're wearing a watch an old jefferson's for those my age. You should know won't talk about what they're joke number seriously. Man i i think i just think it's a situation where where we're speaking about. Twenty twenty one season that aaron rodgers will be back at the quarterback with a green bay packers..
"gianna" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"Just i don't know anything in playoff his in recent years with that egregious. But i think any way you go. I couldn't live with it so they call pass interference hooting and hollering and screaming. And i can't believe it's unbelievable this bullshit. How could they do this. How can do that and the other and if they wouldn't have called pass interference. I wouldn't have been jumping on. Seagoing can't believe with this bullshit because again the way that they were call on the game you could easily said that there was the holding there but the path was i believe deemed to be uncatchable but they call it pass interference and that was the ball game that pass interference call for green bay. If you really agree die. Her green bay fan for me. that was worse than matt. Leflore going forward on for them. If you really really thought the way the game was being called now at a minute. Forty six to the situation like this third damn now all of a sudden you look go by the book now the second on a call that when you haven't been calling something similar that all game long shit damn fucker you kidding me again not egregious again. Not if you're green bay fan on what boycotting the nfl and have a connection and all that kind of stuff but it was tough. It was tough to take because you could. It wasn't like also it wasn't like immediate as soon as the ball was over the head. It was kind of like was it was. It wasn't yeah wasn't light overhead flag the media. Really you can call the you can call the the the the secondary degree. You couldn't call the for holding more than anything more than just pass interference. But i digress. Oh look it's easy the point sit there and say oh you know the reason why green bay long after being the why they laws care believe with bit even if they don't end the argument is look even they don't make him a fourth down you pin tampa at their own eight yard line..
"gianna" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"Gonna get better right. I mean they need to find themselves number. Could you imagine this team with a decent number two receiver. Could you imagine if tyreek hill had a number two receiver. Michael irvin head with the alvin harper. Could you imagine if team had a john. Taylor go alongside a tyreek hill type. Could you imagine how potent this offense would be. Could you imagine how incredible this office could be. It's already at that level. So my my my deal is there. Everything is based on the unbelievable greatness. Patrick mahomes playing at a higher level of domination in any qb. Over the last ten or fifteen years. I really we played mainly unbelievable. Peyton mailing was incredible. Peyton manning with brady thing and then we've had this young group of quarterbacks coming in and the way they played in the way the league is moving in a different direction so the classic pocket passer is becoming more extinct every single season. But sometimes i think we're kind of forgetting management away from the game for a few years but when manning was rolling with With the colts when he was in his physical prime. I think we forget. How absolutely dominating absolutely great. How great he was but with indianapolis how many championships that he went one with mahomes. He's already won one. He's playing for another not to sunday but the upcoming with the next sunday after that he has just begun. This journey. Patrick mahomes has had a bad year yet when peyton manny came into the league through tornado. Twenty eight interceptions. And he used to. He would say he looked when i first came into the league and i started playing quarterback my thing. Was you know what. I don't care if marvin harrison had the entire team. I'm throwing the football because i had so little confidence in myself to read and do all these other things. Which is marvin harrison. Marvin harrison marvin harrison. That's one of the reasons. Why pete many many interceptions that he did. We haven't had we haven't seen patrick mahomes. Go through anything right. That patrick mahomes hit the ground running like he was a eight time.
"gianna" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"Glad that you could be with us getting down and talk about what's happening now in the super bowl which is now so do they do. They call it the super bowl. The big game will ever man. I'm calling it the super bowl tampa bay versus kids. Sitting know i'm thinking about taking a look at the pandemic and the fact that the can't go anywhere to watch the game for real and big parties are going to be a pooh-poohed about this could be the most watched watch super bowl of all time. It's going to be more than possibly the one hundred fourteen million that watched the patriots for seattle super bowl. Forty nine for the two thousand fourteen season can be more than two hundred. Twelve million that watched seattle versus denver in new york. City is super bowl. Forty eight which is representing the two thousand thirteen season. The one hundred and eleven million watch denver over carolina and super bowl fifty nine for the Twenty fifteen forty nine hundred before the two thousand fifteen season you got patrick mahomes versa. Tom brady again going through a pandemic. so we're talking about local establishments won't have to say number of people gathered together to watch the game. Fewer parties fewer get togethers. Individuals are going to be watching the game in home. Yes i know. There's more ways to watch the game other than just your standard Sitting in front of the tv that their phones and ipads and ipods and all this other stuff but for the most part man this is going to be a hell of a game. This is going to be a very intriguing game. Casey is going to be attempting to become the first. Nfl franchise to repeat since the patriots. Did i believe what. Oh three or four. Were speaking about sixteen years. Good played before if you speak about kansas city and ten bay the season they played them. We twelve game should have been called single cover tyreek hill not a good idea gate of your tampa bay. Kansas city. One that game in tampa twenty seven twenty four which is for the site at the super bowl so kansas city already had beaten tampa once at home which so happens to be the game that they're gonna be playing the super bowl up. But beholds went thirty seven or forty nine. Four hundred sixty two yards touchdown touchdown passes of seventy five yard. Forty four yards twenty yards all tyreek hill. Tab bold might wanna double cover the guy who finished the game with thirteen catches for two hundred and sixty nine yards might wanna go ahead and double team. This guy. in fact he'll had seven catches for two hundred three yards and two touchdowns in the first quarter alone again. You might wanna try double team in this guy..
"gianna" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"Fact that you know you have these great american heroes and legends and icons like hank aaron who was a fabulous baseball player. Because what he did all of that stuff. Through the through the storm of racism. The storm of oppression. The storm of discrimination. And what we're facing today. What you're facing day what you're going to be facing when you get outta high school what you're going to be facing when you if you go to college or if you go to trade school or whatever and once you richer mid twenties and thirties and forties and this type of ship. This is the type of lessons that you could be learning for yourself to build yourself the built your character so you can become more successful not just financially but as a husband as a human being a member of society is to learn some of these things that hank aaron went through the learn. Some of these things. Jackie robinson went through to learn some of these things bill. Russell was you take these things incorporate these things learned from these things grow become better and move this country forward. Move this country in the right direction. That's impact of henry aaron. That's the reason why henry erin should be celebrated. That's the reason why we need to look at henry. Arid more than just a guy who was one hell of a baseball player. Just because the guy who hit seven hundred and fifty five months. He did much more than that at four as being an american hero. If that's all he did that doesn't make someone american hero if all you are is it. A great ball player doesn't mean that you're an american hero doesn't mean that you deserve the accolades mean d- deserve the respect that some of these folks that were talking about in terms of the the folks that built in grew this country. We're not. We're not going to get to that respect. Very the greatest baseball players of all time but barry bonds was all about barry bonds when barry bonds dies the epa tax to be rate baseball player. Seven hundred sixty two home runs all around. Maybe the greatest of the mall. But that's.
"gianna" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"Fuck tolan about who made who bitch. You ain't going to be doing any of that. But you know what lebron james this past season. He wouldn't nba championship at advance. Eight for being a basketball player in playing at the level that he was playing at. Maybe i think that may be motivated. Tom brady more than showing up bill. Bell check to say. See i with the main reason why we won all those championships. Even if he did think that i mean good for him the bullet whatever motivate motivating the play. Well and that that what happens then zeppelin need to do then. Just go forward but to you know really think that. That's the reason that tom brady was the main reason or that. Bill belichick was writing. The coat-tails of tom brady well. I'll tell you what a slap in the face to. The defense was a slap in the face of joppa josh daniel. The offense coordinator was a slap slap in the face to romeo cornell slap in the face to everybody who played on defense with a slap in the face to all of those guys. Sit there like tedy bruschi. All those guys are going to be like. Yeah you know. We really didn't have too much to do with all those championships in the winning that we did. We just wrote the hotel tom brady. And that's the reason why we've got all these championships give and take in that situation. But as i mentioned before. If tom brady who i haven't spoke about what motivates him the players that bill belichick. I've never been those private moments if he'd ever going to discuss anything like that but Whatever gets to play at a high level way met bill fort laws. You ain't breaking any laws. Were breaking rules commitment series felonies. What do i care. When does world in sports. I'm your host window windowless so glad you could be with us so we'll be discussing a lot of that on the podcast today. You f c. Two fifty seven dustin stops conor mcgregor ohio the perennial ufc lightweight. Contender shot mcgregor beating him via tko after swarming him with punches. The to thirty two on the second round saturday night to win the main event of ufc to forty to fifty seven and abu dhabi. How about that man so what happens. What are we talking about here. What's going to be happening next. Report was going to be happening next one. Mcgregor who's gonna fight next is going to be for the lightweight title who will be mcgregor's next opponent and what does mean is lost for him moving forward now the shine the lustre humpty dumpty fell off the wall can he be replaced again. Can he be put back together again. He did it before right. Then he'd do it before lost to the d. yet brothers. He came back and it was a huge pay per view. And all of these good things and mcgregor went on to do better things. I i've said it before and i said this doing internet radio a few years ago at a station. I said this before when mcgregor beat any avarice back in november of two thousand sixteen to become the first do fighter to hold to belt simultaneously only had the federal way belt who which he never defended the not josie aldo about thirteen seconds. I'm gonna love to that rematch. But he knocked out josie aldo never defended the featherweight title. Moved up to lightweight media..
Vanessa Bryant mourns Kobe and Gianna one year after they died
"One year since the sudden death of an NBA legend or literally standing here, heartbroken In the house. Kobe Bryant built Alicia Keys opened last year's Grammys at the Staples Center. Just hours after L. A Lakers legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gina, were among nine people killed when a helicopter crashed into a California mountainside Today marks one year since the world was left in shock by the passing of an 18 time NBA All Star, two time Olympic gold medalist Oscar winner and perhaps most importantly to him a girl, dad. Moments of silence are expected to honor Kobe before the three NBA game scheduled for today. While his team in purple and gold will continue to honor him in little ways is the Lakers have done all season long sporting Black Mamba sneakers and the number 24 on their sleeves? As LeBron James noted of his late friend is a lot of things that die on in this world, but legends never die.
'Barney Miller,' 'Sanford and Son' actor Gregory Sierra dies
"Actor Gregory Sierra has died after battling cancer January fourth outside Los Angeles according to his wife I marquees are loaded with the latest Gregory Sierra's breakthrough role was playing Fred Sanford's neighbor Julio Fuentes on Sanford and son he also played Gianna on Barney Miller one of his trademarks was breaking in a rapid fire Spanish when he was angry so you're also had roles on soap Miami Vice and Hill Street Blues his wife Helene says Sierra was extremely intelligent a brilliant actor and willing to defend the underdog anytime
"gianna" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Teacher, be you, teacher. Stop it at the Gianna. Then it up it a bit in love. Have you miss home? Come in. Okay? Huh? Mm hmm. Mm hmm. Yeah. Did you see? Are you saying that you know I.
Why Gianna Nino-Tapias Embodies Labor Rights
"Yana. Nino thought BS planned to spend the summer before her first year at Stanford Medical School doing contact tracing working retail. But when her job search a dead end, she went back to seasonal fruit picking work. She's been doing since she was fourteen. At the end of one long day she tweeted about farm workers like her being paid seven dollars for two gallons of blueberries. She then asked how much do you pay for your blue various? I had talked to her I did and learn so much about her path to medicine as a first gen college student indigenous rights farm worker's Rights on. We'll consumers need to know about the people who make their food possible. Jeddah. Where are you right now? I'm Linden from California Palo Alto our new you're back at school ivax going out here. I always remember those summers during college going home in it's. It's so strange because you have all this independence when you're at school and then you come home and your parents. Treat, you like you're still in high school, right? Right and every time I go home. It's just there's just a large expectation fairly for my mom is my own expectation that I should be like helping my mom in linked doing some chores and like lightening her load guy at school it's like you're right like complete freedom I do whatever I want whenever I want. Do you perceive your mom to have a heavy load Yeah absolutely. I think she's our only period and. I think that you know we go to work and she has to come home and make them some meals for everyone. There's five of us and she kind of like cleaned for Yooglie of she loves house being cleaned. So I help out with all those things whenever I can. To Lot Yeah You're born you're born in Eastern, Oregon, you grew up in eastern Washington state. Told me about where you grew up. So Eastern. Washington is very different from Seattle. I think that's why. Like columnists conception that I. Get is that the thing it's just like satellite super rainy it's actually not. So eastern Washington Eastern Oregon both desert in the rain shadow of. E mountain range. So we get like very little rain, it's very conservative. There's very little diversity out there I think the main communities of color that live out there my farmer communities in the needle in communities I think it was a great place ago by the you grow up because it is so rural. There's so much nature around there so much like the outdoor activities to do Saigo peron alarm really enjoyed around a lot of fields. So my working in the field I love Eastern Oregon eastern Washington I would love to go back someday is that the plan to go back? Yeah. Absolutely. How old were you when you started working in the fields? I was fourteen years old. What was your first day of work like? I. Think I was super excited for my first year. We're ten years ago. And they all super excited because I would get to contribute. Tie Household I, think the causes for me was like, okay I can use this money to go to my mom to make your life easier and then she would let me keep some of it so that I could spend it on what I wanted to nature's like take my siblings than I on a shopping spree for for school. So he went to buy school supplies in. We were very excited like Bonnie backpacks unlike brand name markers and stuff like that. I have three younger siblings. So they were all little and they were excited because we had never done that like I think I'll. Getting. The bare minimum that we need for school and now it's finally like being I was able to get them whatever they wanted. Is there a story from childhood that captures who you were as a kid. I think one story though remembering like me, my mom and my sister was. Going to do this activity called Battle of the books where there's a selection link. Eight books that read it's handling a quiz bowl style where you just like recall parts of the book and I've always loved reading and so we were remembering that I read all the books like my sister was on my team even though she was two years younger than me in the elementary school and she was like, yeah, you just carry the team and you like because remembered everything and I think that that was super emblematic of just who I was of like my love for reading my. Or. Competitive data. Just like a real enjoyment for school and like why The promise of my mom always wanted to go to school didn't get the chance to and so. She was always telling me and my siblings like, Oh, you go to school a you do all in school. It's GonNa take you to a Lotta places in. So I guess those just carry me through life
Barbra Streisand Helps George Floyd's Daughter Gianna, 6, Become a Disney Shareholder
"Actually let's start with something a little bit more serious and and special which is that George Floyd's six year old daughter is now Disney's newest a stockholder thanks to Barbara Streisand wow I love story is what is happening here so G. ana Floyd thank Barbra Streisand on her Instagram account on Saturday sorry if you heard the dog there shaking her collar it's fun and posted a series of photos displaying the Disney letter and a certificate that she received from Barbra Streisand Barbra Streisand also gave John a two copies of her studio albums my name is Barbara and color me Barbra from nineteen sixty five in nineteen sixty six which I'm sure the six year old was delighted
Los Angeles - Vanessa Bryant Discovers Letter Written To Her By Kobe Before His Death
"You know this is very sad Vanessa Bryant says she discovered a card that her late husband Kobe Bryant wrote for her all the envelope she found was addressed to the love of my life she's celebrating her thirty eighth birthday this week and she says she found this letter nearly four months after his death in a helicopter crash of course alongside their daughter Gianna and he said Vanessa said yesterday I found an envelope labeled to the love of my life from to pop me I waited to open one more letter on my birthday gave me something to look forward to today and it's just very sweet she just posted a photo of the envelope so breaking and said I
Los Angeles: A Celebration of Life for Kobe and Gianna Bryant
"A Hollywood style the celebration of life for Kobe Bryant's before twenty thousand mourners at staples center in in Los Los Angeles Angeles last last night night the the event event included included heartfelt heartfelt speeches speeches from from greats greats like like Shaquille Shaquille o'neal o'neal Magic Magic Johnson Johnson and and Michael Michael Jordan Jordan in in a a game game about about they they live as it turned Colby nothing in the tank all on the floor also the first public comments from Vanessa Bryant Kobe's wife who delivered powerful eulogies for Kobe and their thirteen year old daughter Chiana I never get to see my baby girl wants I have a father daughter dance with her Daddy dance on the dance floor with me your babies of her own they were among nine who lost their lives that day the Wall Street journal says there have been few events in the history of the NBA the convene to so many basketball luminaries in the same place at the same time the list included bill Russell Kareem Abdul Jabbar Jerry west Tim Duncan Steph curry and dozens
Los Angeles: Kobe & Gianna Bryant — A Celebration Of Life
"Eighty Kobe Bryant superstar in the NBA obviously will be a whole Famer among the twenty thousand at staples center for Monday's celebration of life a who's who of the basketball world surely wasn't lost on folks over the first four speakers at the memorial but as a Bryant Diana Taurasi Sabrina Ionescu you and your family trump is not a clear message of just how much women's basketball become part of the Bryan family life an emotional day overall though just intensely from the undefeated if it looks motional on television it would have been a hundred times more in person people in the crowd were hugging each other people in the crowd crying initially during the actual ceremony like nobody nobody knew there was a sense of excitement there was a sense of shock remember also sent you wouldn't it would be actually walked onstage that I've heard rumors that she might be performing but I don't know if you're actually going to perform but the energy throughout it was reported in these also very sad that this which felt like the up by now would be if at least one part of the grieving process and there wasn't a dry eye in the house from the press row where I was at did the men and women and the kids who were in it and it over twenty thousand people every year which is one of the most emotionally draining but it also depends on beautiful experience of my life that was the feeling at staples on Monday as for the cloud that's been over LA for the past month all Ramona Shelburne is in Los Angeles it's actually more of Toby the last month right and we have he retired a vintage bike everywhere everywhere you go it's photos of him and videos of him I work where we're playing his words will playing games or you know you drive right away that the girls everywhere there there's there's like over eighty murals of Kobe in Los Angeles Kobe and Eugene G. N. L. I mean it's like it's everywhere you go and so I mean it's it's interesting because like you know on the one hand you know it's like he's gone in your and you already feel like them all out you know we we miss them and and you know there's the processing of that tragedy but on the other hand it's like I don't know that human beings can exist in a place where we feel this bad for that long right like you know when you're in that green apple apple first week it was like everybody felt so bad and it was like everywhere you went you would view photos and videos and like I actually think some people might like it too much right it's hard every human being to process that level of badness go back to that first game I think kinda help people move forward afterwards because it was like the first game Stanton it's like the last couple weeks it's it's been like you know you you kind of got back your life right we've had you know a lot and then there been meaningful basketball games have normal conversations and then today cool it was white everything felt all over again right especially when and I don't know everybody had different reactions said today by I I'm never going to forget but nothing blank any up there doing that like I mean I don't even just seeing her walk up to the fate I just started crying I was like oh my god the remote and that's kind of the jumping off point that I'm in all watching and the point that you made afterwards was you know a lot of this was also discovering the power of this woman because for so long she was never in the limelight by her choice and also will be probably fulfilling that you said in terms of protecting our children from the aggressive media that want to get to know the goats other half and so in a way this is her kind of showing us this power of this of this person on such a tragic stage right yeah I'm not able to put it like look I I know Vanessa from you know thank let her in the hallway outside the locker room right you know she he went he was always nice that allow she was like she's a mom you know like every time I saw her she had to have two little girls brings honor you know it needs repairing related values games will be like ten o'clock at night like the girls are falling asleep right so she could she would like them to do and mom stuff and I mean I can relate to that rate like you know home you know you just you know you want to say hi and you guys like I got the sleeping baby on my shoulder you know so she you know she's kind of bed that that woman for a long
Los Angeles honors Kobe, Gianna Bryant with public memorial
"Michael Jordan was in tears talking about a man he felt was like a little brother Kobe Bryant got a piece of media minister Brian not only lost her husband in a helicopter crash last month she lost her thirteen year old daughter Gigi god knew they couldn't be on this earth without each other he had to bring them home to gather you don't Kobe Bryant to take good care of Gigi there was also music from Alicia keys beyond say and Christina Aguilera the memorial concluded with Kobe Bryant's academy award winning short film dear basketball I'm at Donahue
Los Angeles honors Kobe, Gianna Bryant with public memorial
"The basketball superstar and his thirteen year old daughter Gigi will be honored at a public memorial at the arena where Brian played for the LA Lakers the pair died along with seven others on January twenty six in a helicopter crash the celebration of life will feature sports greats another major figures reflecting on Brian's life both on and off the court as well as music money from ticket sales goes to the mom and mama Sita's sports foundation a private funeral was held for Kobe and you Brian on February seventh I'm Julie Walker
Los Angeles: Preview of Monday's memorial for Kobe & Gianna
"Oh three fans will be packing the staple center today to see a final farewell to Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant a public memorial service will be held at the Lakers home court for Brian and his thirteen year old daughter G. on it today they were among nine people killed in a helicopter crash last month the memorial will start at one PM eastern ten AM Pacific time tens of thousands of people registered to try to get tickets to the event though the arena only holds twenty thousand people those who can't make it in person can watch it on NBA TV or online via Facebook YouTube