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Former FDA Head Warns COVID-19 Delta Variant Will Infect 'Majority' of Unvaccinated Americans

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | Last week

Former FDA Head Warns COVID-19 Delta Variant Will Infect 'Majority' of Unvaccinated Americans

"The former head of the Food and Drug Administration is warning unvaccinated Americans that becoming infected with the delta variant of the coronavirus is very serious. Dr. Scott Gottlieb, speaking on CBS's face the Nation yesterday about this fast spreading variants, and most people will either get vaccinated. Or have been previously infected, Or they will get this delta variant and for most people who get this Delta variant, it's going to be the most serious virus that they get in their lifetime. In terms of the risk of putting them in the hospital, the Delta Varian has fueled a rise in infections in all 50 states. Hospitalizations of also jumped. 36% and deaths are up 26%, according to CDC

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Gottlieb: Delta Variant Will Be "Most Serious Virus" Unvaccinated Get in Their Lifetime

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:13 sec | Last week

Gottlieb: Delta Variant Will Be "Most Serious Virus" Unvaccinated Get in Their Lifetime

"Commissioner Dr Scott Gottlieb says cases are on the rise in every state in the country. This variant is so contagious for most people who get this Delta variant. It's going to be the most serious virus that they get in their life. Time in terms of the risk of putting them in the hospital. Dangerous

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New Covid Study Hints at Long-Term Loss of Brain Tissue

Squawk Pod

00:43 sec | Last month

New Covid Study Hints at Long-Term Loss of Brain Tissue

"Let's talk about This study out of the uk about covid because it suggests there could be some long term loss of brain tissue from covid for those who've gotten which could have long term consequences dot said the destruction of brain tissue could explain why kobe patients lost their sense of smell. There's been lots of conversations even to this very day about whether you should vaccinate or you shouldn't get vaccinated and there are people who think You know younger kids might not want to get vaccinated That they'd i know parents who think maybe it's better that they get cove it And i think the answer is starting to bloom clear and clear that vaccination may be the right answer. We'll talk to dr scott lee scott gottlieb about

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Biden Backs Waiving International Patent Protections for COVID-19 Vaccines

America's First News

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Biden Backs Waiving International Patent Protections for COVID-19 Vaccines

"Morning, the U. S trade representative announcing that the Biden administration supports a waiver of intellectual property protections for covert 19 vaccine patents. Will advocate the lift The measures with the World Trade Organization representative Catherine Tie, noted that President to Biden strongly believes in the protections but considers the waiver needed S O that Other countries, especially those experiencing a surge and infections like India can ramp up their vaccine programs. The White House has faced pressure to support the waiver. But critics and some drug manufacturers argue it's too risky and won't actually increase global vaccine distribution. In fact, Visor board member of Dr Scott Gottlieb Says the U. S. Needs to be honest about the process. Look, We just need to be honest about what we're promising when not if we promise that we're going to give away the AIP were not promising that anybody is going to get a dose from the manufacturing facility outside the United States for at least a year, And that's not the most circumstance I think could take longer than that. I think the Chinese and the Russians do have the capacity. Copy these vaccines. There's one vaccine manufacturing South Africa that we could potentially work with to do a tech transfer to stand up manufacturing in that facility. They couldn't make a vaccine soup to nuts because this is a multi part process different facilities and needed for different parts. This process, even fives and manufactures the vaccine over multiple facilities they could take on, perhaps to fill, finishing or some parts of the state steps involved in manufacturing vaccine. It would take time it would take at least six months to a year. You'd have to put personnel new equipment in there to do that. I'm not saying it's impossible, but it's not going to be something that solves the problem in next six months, maybe the next 12 months. Audio courtesy of CNBC. All 164 members of the World Trade Organization will have to agree on the matter before Ah, waivers implemented.

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Could Technology Replace Animal Testing?

BrainStuff

02:06 min | 3 months ago

Could Technology Replace Animal Testing?

"In january of two thousand eighteen. You food and drug administration. Commissioner scott gottlieb announced that the agency after an internal investigation had permanently ended a nicotine addiction study in which force world monkeys had died. He said in a statement on the fda website based on the team's findings it is clear. The study was not consistent with the agencies high animal welfare standards any september twenty seventeen letter famous primate researcher and conservationist jane goodall had denounced the research as cruel and unnecessary saying that the harmful effects of smoking on humans are already known and could be studied directly in addition to ending study. Gottlieb said that the findings indicated that the fda's protections for animal research subjects quote may need to be strengthened in some important areas for that reason. He announced the launching of an independent third party. Investigation of all of the fda's animal research into the creation of a new animal. Welfare council to oversee those studies going forward. Additionally gottlieb said that the fda would strengthen its commitment to replacing reducing and or refining animal studies with new methods said that animals should be used studies. Only when there's no other way to do research that's important for public health. But even so he said it is important to recognize that there are still many areas where animal research is important and necessary in particular. He cited the use of primates as essential for the development of some critical vaccines for human children. The research involving monkeys and the response highlighted. What for many people is a discomforting reality. Despite computer simulations and other tools available to today's researchers laboratories still use large numbers of animals as experimental subjects an email. Fda spokesperson taraji. Rabins said that the agency currently is utilizing eight thousand one hundred and sixty seven creatures of various sorts in research. That includes seven thousand. Rodents two hundred seventy primates. One hundred nine fish thirty one lower morphs. An order that includes rabbits and hares. Twenty must That's animals such as ferrets and weasels. Twelve amphibians six cows and five goats.

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Los Angeles County To Give $10K Grants To Personal Care Businesses, Other Small Shops

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

01:01 min | 4 months ago

Los Angeles County To Give $10K Grants To Personal Care Businesses, Other Small Shops

"Owners in L. A county are being thrown another lifeline, starting today, retail shops and personal care facilities that took big hits during the pandemic. Apply for $10,000 grants through the county with more on that. Here's KCRW's Benjamin Gottlieb all across Los Angeles. Brick and mortar businesses are climbing out of a deep economic hole after a year of coronavirus closures and capacity limits. County, setting aside close to $5 million in direct relief for business owners through its keep our shops on the block grants. Qualify. Your storefront has to be open. You can't make more than a million dollars a year and you have to prove that the pandemic caused a financial hardship. Businesses that can apply for help include everything from beauty salons and barber shops, the dry cleaners and clothing stores. There's one more thing your shop can't be in the city that way. Are two application periods for the county grants this week and the last week of April. This latest round of financial assistance is coming from the Ellie Regional Covert Fund.

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"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

03:59 min | 4 months ago

"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

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"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

04:18 min | 4 months ago

"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"B two point see in very crisp and execution. We just tried to take him out of that stuff and Just be much more aggressive and more physical. They call time out and they're going to have the ball for one last shot a regulation because they end up. I think it was an air and henry like a contested jump. Shot went up being. What do you remember what was what was look. You remember what was said metal. I really don't i do remember. We a good idea that a listener. Preg- oh henry In any i think they just ran like little iso forum in slot where he could rip and drive to his left hand Just do not want him. Beat you're going like if he's going to beat us making beach. going right. outlining is going last week. Gills gills minority did a great job on that defensive play and had a great contest and We got an overtime and really really got out quick Okay show then you get that done with that one and then now the fun starts now you get you get negative upset. I yeah so we got. Byu who a great offense team you know. They've played extremely fast. Paced offense and i thought we did a really good job against byu. Just kinda Taken away lonzo. Ball screen actions in their drill. Hand offs How'd you do that. We stayed aggressive is blow..

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Health Experts Warn US Is Nearing Fourth COVID-19 Surge

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

01:39 min | 4 months ago

Health Experts Warn US Is Nearing Fourth COVID-19 Surge

"Health experts warn. The United States is nearing 1/4 surge of the Corona virus. They say this possible to turn the trend around brick. Conway looks into what's causing the recent rise in cases and what it would take to prevent another search. New cases of coded 19 are on the rise again. Doctors. She's Jaha, Anthony Fauci and Scott Gottlieb caution that it's up to us to keep this rise from shifting to a search. Now variants are playing a part in the case count. This is basically what we were all saying was gonna happen around the second half of March. The variant, first identified in the UK is more contagious and now likely to become dominant, But it's not the only reason behind the rise. What will likely Seeing is because of things like spring break and pulling back on the mitigation methods that you've seen now. Several states have done that. A lot of the spread is happening among younger people in the 19 but also 20 to 29. That's the group that is moving around, you know, kind of relax and getting infected, Experts say it's not time to relax yet. We need to hold onto our masks, avoid crowds and hold off on travel until we can get more people vaccinated, especially in areas with rising case counts. I think what we need to do is try to continue to vaccinate surge vaccine into those parts of the country. So the incremental vaccine that's coming onto the market. I think the body administration can allocated to parts of the country that look hot right now. Then it comes down to patients. We're weeks away from a point where we could begin to do these things a bit more safely. But if we could just get two or three more weeks of around three million vaccines that day that Gonna be a pretty big backstop against a true fourth Serge I'm Brett Conway

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Gottlieb warns New York virus variant could be fueling new outbreaks

Seattle Kitchen

00:21 sec | 4 months ago

Gottlieb warns New York virus variant could be fueling new outbreaks

"Face the Nation. Former FDA commissioner Dr Scott Gottlieb says he's concerned about a new variant of the virus, which has now been found in New York City. You're seeing a lot of infection surging and pockets of New York City. What we don't understand with 15 26 is whether or not people of being re infected with it, and whether or not people who might have been vaccinated are now getting infected with it. Reporting from Tel

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Scott Gottlieb: The “tables have turned” on Europe’s pandemic versus the Unites States

Armstrong & Getty

01:02 min | 4 months ago

Scott Gottlieb: The “tables have turned” on Europe’s pandemic versus the Unites States

"Scott gottlieb on face the nation yesterday. Italy is looking at lockdown over over easter. Because of what they're seeing should we anticipate that's what's going to happen here through this whole pandemic we've been about maybe three or four weeks behind europe so we've used europe as a barometer of what's going to happen. The united states. I think the tables have turned. And i think we're ahead of your because we're vaccinating so much. More aggressively eastern. Europe was very bad right now. It looks bad but i think the uk is. The us is in a much different situation through a combination fact that we have a lot of prior infections. There's immunity in the population from prior infection. We've now vaccinate. Twenty five percent of adults where vaccinating probably about one point five to two million new people a day we vaccinated about sixty five percent of those age. Sixty five about seventy five percent almost seventy five percent this week. Above above the age of seventy five and we're seeing the benefits that six percent reduction in nursing homes. We've had very penetration with the vaccine. So i think we're in a different situation than europe because of the vaccine induced immunity that getting into the

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Latest Stimulus Package Could Jolt U.S. Growth, Revive Inflation in 2021

Squawk Pod

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Latest Stimulus Package Could Jolt U.S. Growth, Revive Inflation in 2021

"First. Up today on the podcast. The markets and understanding is certain. Divide the anticipated one point. Nine trillion dollar stimulus package set for house passage today and recent rise in bond yields due to expectation of inflation higher. Prices have worked together to create something of a market split in the last few days as investors favour stocks tied to a recovering economy think industrials construction over the tech stocks that shine during the pandemic. Think all the stuff that powered are stay at home lives. Yesterday though technology growth stocks ward back and tech heavy nasdaq rose three point seven percent. Its best day since november it actually fallen into correction territory just the day prior that means a drop of or more. Recent highs

Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine deemed "safe and effective" by the FDA

Daily Coronavirus Update

07:10 min | 5 months ago

Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine deemed "safe and effective" by the FDA

"And johnson. It's been shown that they're vaccine is effective at preventing hospitalizations and severe effects of covid. Nineteen this from scientists at the fda we're seeing about. I think it's sixty six percent effective when it comes to moderate to severe cases of covid nineteen so matthew. Tell a little bit more about what we're hearing with. His johnson and johnson vaccine right so what happened. Is that johnson. Johnson released data about a month ago. You know press release but the process for evaluating these vaccines is that they go through the fda and the fda really unique in the world independently looks at the data and re analyzes the data that the company produces and its own report and then hold a public meeting which will be happening friday and so the documents before the public meeting came out and they had some good news both some really clear data on hospitalizations and a general sense of approval from the fda researchers. Sometimes they're not as positive so it looks like this may be another option now. The big plus is on. This is one. It's a one shot dose. So you don't have to go back for a second jab in the arm and also doesn't need to be kept frozen like the pfizer derna vaccines do so shipping and handling of all of this will be a lot easier much easier to transport and that's a big advantage. It does not look like we're gonna have a huge amount of supply the start off with so it doesn't dramatically change how fast we're going to be any shots into people's arms but for a lot of people i think in a lot of experts i talked. You think this'll be a great option. It's one and done. I think some of the numbers. I saw the might have about four. That are produced right now. Ready to send out so it gets approved. They can get those out really quick but it wouldn't be until april possibly where they can really ramp up production to start distributing that right and will also be getting over that where they're hundreds of millions of doses of the two vaccines have the madonna and fayza biontech vaccines. That are expected to arrive in the us by july. So there's gonna be a lot more vaccine available. The jj supply will ramp up and we'll be getting more of those other two vaccines that leaves. There's a vaccine coming from nova vacs. We don't really know about how much will getting the early results issued press. Release again good and we're waiting for. Us results on the astra zeneca vaccine. Now some good news. With his johnson and johnson one is its effectiveness against these variants. That we've been hearing a lot about so it fared better than expected when it comes to those. I the way to interpret. That is we'd seen some results and the new results that they showed today look a bit better than what we'd seen in terms of variants. There's still does seem to be decreased. Efficacy against the south africa variant. Three five. Which is really the one that we're all worried about but it did look better than what we've seen previously and what j. j. has said it seems like with those variants. This vaccine is still preventing severe disease and hospitalization. Which are the key things. We've always wanted from vaccine here. The idea that you'd prevent a symptomatic infection or mild cases kind of bonus compared to just making sure that people end up in the hospital hospitalizations numbers were good on that front. What did we see when it comes to side effects. I saw that there were a few unexpected side effects. Although these are very rare you know but The expecting side effects the kind of pain in the arm the headache fatigue. That's pretty much in line with the other two vaccines. We have that right now. There were some rare events that occurred more often in the vaccine in the placebo group. Keeping in mind that forty thousand people were in this trial. There were fifteen serious blood clots including some. Dvd's in that exciting compared to ten in the placebo group. That's something the fda plans to monitor there was also some rini ears in the vaccine group and not in the placebo group. So that's kind of an odd one that will wanna watch again. This is really a prelude to friday win. Some of the top experts in the world are going to gather on zoom call and go over these data that the fda assembled we'll be live blogging that stat. That's when we really find out a lot about any medical product. It's it's one of the amazing things. The fda does now an interesting thing in all of this so public health officials might have a messaging problem when it comes to pumping the johnson and johnson. One out when we're seeing guys like pfizer maderna's say that their vaccine is ninety five percent effective against corona virus. Just listening to numbers right. This says sixty six percent. So what are they going to have a challenge in getting people to want to take this one over the other or you know how how to work out. It's really important to realize that particularly between those three vaccines. The getting vaccine is much better than not getting a vaccine. The change vaccine may be on par after a second dose and that study is being done but unlike visor during the second dose is going to be months after the first and then also slows down the study. She gotta wait right for people to get their second dose. So we're not expecting those data until kinda summerish but the big thing is for a lot of people. There was also the appeal of a single dose here. And i don't think we should understate that. And the effect on severe disease is big so the problem is gonna be the in the initial rollout. You really want people to take whatever vaccine. They're giving because being vaccinated is so much better than not being vaccinated. And that is part of the path to get in the world back to normal and public health. Authorities are absolutely going to have to articulate that now again because there's not going to be that much supply of this initially. They're going to have time for a learning curve right now. the demand for vaccines clearly outstrips supply. That's why you're hearing so many stories of people desperately logging on trying to get vaccine. What scott gottlieb used to run. The fda has raised the issue of you know. We're we're going to reach a point where the people who wanna get vaccinated we'll have been vaccinated and we're still going to need to vaccinate more people and that's when convincing people who are less sure to take vaccine in to take the vaccine that's available is going to become more of an issue last question briefly pfizer moderna vaccines are based on 'em a. What kind of platform is the johnson and johnson. When using this like theatrics annika vaccine is called an ad no virus which is a kind of virus that is used to the same kind of ideas marin a the instead of traditional vaccines were you inject the protein that your immune system sees and then learn to recognize an attack. These sneak something into your body that makes a lot of proteins. You make a lot more protein and then the body recognizes that an attack it in this case they're using this virus which is kind of a cold virus to sneak some genetic material in and that makes the spike protein from the sars virus which your body then learns to recognize and thereby has antibodies that attack the virus

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Gottlieb says vaccines should offer "reasonable protection" against coronavirus variants

Atlanta's Morning News

01:01 min | 6 months ago

Gottlieb says vaccines should offer "reasonable protection" against coronavirus variants

"Cases begin to decline across the country, but a troubling number in Georgia. Double the SPS Bill carpaccio reports live on efforts to get the pandemic under control. Yeah, yeah, The nearly 180 new coronavirus deaths recorded in Georgia on Saturday is a new single day record. Race is on to get more people vaccinated. We have to get those vaccines into many, many more people before we see the decline. CBS NEWS Medical expert Dr David Vegas worries about new strains of significant concern. Over these new variants, former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb tells CBS's face the nation. He is encouraged by the vaccines. I do think that the existing vaccines are gonna offer reasonable protection against these new variants. Dr. Walter Orenstein with Emory University's Hospital of Vaccine Center tells Channel two action news People should trust vaccines are safe. Warp speed, which initially sounded like a great name has given people thoughts. Corners have been cut. Despite the variants, he says, the vaccines are more effective than no vaccine it all drug companies are already working on booster shots, which could be available by this fall.

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interview With Tara Brach

Good Life Project

04:39 min | 6 months ago

interview With Tara Brach

"So i heard la monroe in conversation with dan harris and he mentioned this interesting question to lead with and that was. How's your heart and not long ago. I heard you in conversation with your friend. Dan gottlieb which was beautiful conversation. And we'll touch on that a bit and you led into that conversation with that very same question so i thought maybe it would be an interesting way for us to lead into our conversation by simply inviting you to share. Your heart is right now jonathan. I'm glad you're opening that way. I i heard it when you heard it. That opening with murad and i started with him that way. And there's nothing better than a check into the heart so right now. I'm just feeling kind of gladness in just gratitude. I often think of rumi sang. Do you make regular visits to yoursel and it just always feels like such a gift when you know. There's that invitation to say okay. What's right here in this heart right now. So in this moment a gladness to talking to you Feeling a lot of have a lot of blessings in my life and the contrast of that and the degree of suffering pandemonium in our world is just so big that that's the ever present backdrop so there's kind of the mix of sorrow and worry and concern and Also feeling of gratitude both from for what from my personal blessings but also sense of hopefulness. Actually right now dan. It's interesting to that balance of Acknowledging the fairly call it may that's tends to be swirling around so many of us right now at the same time touching down into this place of gratitude. Gratitude interesting where you know if we actually circle back to that conversation where i i heard. You share that question with dan gottlieb. I mean his story alone blew my mind as she wasn't familiar with him Until you introduce me to him and would you share a little bit about about him. Because i think his story and the way that he sort of found his way back to this sense of present gratitude is is is really beautiful compelling yeah so dan gottlieb Probably early thirties. He was a psychologist. Clinical psychologist married children and he got into an accident that he he ended up paraplegic and he talks about his first converted the beginning and intensive care and how everything just felt like. Life's not going to be worth living. I don't think i can do this. And he shared with me. how one night and intensive care nurse was with them and she was really down she had a relationship falling apart and so on and she talked him for hours about it and the next morning she came by and said you know it just made a world of difference to talk to you and when she left he said you know i can live if if i can be engaged in feel a sense of that giving and receiving life's worth it and he's he's talked about how he's had dinner just countless ups and downs but there's something in him that is so cherishing life that he's probably the most grateful person i know and the something about that jonathan. This person who's been confined to a wheelchair for decades and soon after his accident. Actually his wife died. And you know he's gone through every so many losses and for him to have the basic lead into live. Being one of cherishing and savoring is just such a model at such a model so yeah. Dan got leave. He was a radio host in philly for years for anyone. That's interested in following a story and he has grandson on the spectrum and he's written some beautiful books including something to do a sam in the title so yes he's a he's a notable.

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Biden Planning Ten Day Blitz Of  Executive Actions

Squawk Pod

02:55 min | 6 months ago

Biden Planning Ten Day Blitz Of Executive Actions

"In washington it is also a very very big week. President-elect biden scheduled to be sworn in as president at noontime tomorrow chief-of-staff ron claim saying the biden is planning a ten day blitz of executive actions. And for that. I'm gonna go over to joe. Who i think's going to go to washington. Yes to lon moy is going to. I don't know if she's got every executive action she's ready to go into but she's going to have the latest on the inauguration and everything surrounding The inauguration the biden teen plan for a ten day blitz. So we got that going for us. I i whatever. I'm ready for it long. That's what presidents do but i've got a little trepidation with some of it but elections have consequences. It's coming keystone. That's going away at not taking. I think that over the next over the next few days we're going to see is just a real sort of divide and juxtaposition between some of the pomp and circumstance and then some of the policy so obviously the inaugural ceremony is gonna be dramatically scaled back today. We're going to see biden and leave delaware. Make his way down to dc the not by amtrak. Because of the heightened security measures. Tonight he will be at the lincoln memorial for ceremony honoring those who have lost their lives. Tacoma nineteen but in the midst of this pandemic. there's a real desire in the administration to be seen is hitting the ground running and it's one of the reasons why we're going to see five of biden's talk nominees. Have their senate confirmation hearings today. That includes janet yellen for treasury secretary along with his director of national intelligence homeland. Security secretary of state and defense secretary. I got an early copy of yellen opening statement and she does plan to make a forceful for that one point nine billion dollar covert rescue package. That was outlined last week. She says without further action we risk a longer and more painful recession now and long term scarring of the economy later. She also says that with great at historic lows. The smartest thing we can do now is to act big now. As for that flurry of executive orders abiding planning within his first few days many of them will reverse the decisions made by president trump. The latest example came just last night on restricting travel from europe and from brazil the trump administration had said plan to lift those restrictions on january. Twenty six though visitors would still have to provide a negative cova test biden spokesperson immediately. Push back on that saying that the new administration would not lift the ban and instead she tweeted with the pandemic worsening the more contagious variants emerging around the world. This is not the time to be lifting restrictions on international travel by is also planning other executive action on immigration the keystone pipeline. The paris climate accord the world health organization. So the goal of the biden administration is to show here that they're the ones who were serious about

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Biden "convinced" 100 million can be vaccinated in 100 days

NBC Nightly News

02:36 min | 6 months ago

Biden "convinced" 100 million can be vaccinated in 100 days

"Increasing. Vaccine supply tops. President elect joe biden's ambitious plan to fight tova san brock now with the reality check on how his plan could work and how quickly operating with the mindset. There's not a second despair. President president-elect biden is aiming for one hundred million vaccinated in one hundred days. Let me be clear. I'm convinced we can get it done. His plan includes using the defense production. Act to churn out. Supply pushing states to vaccinate more groups leveraging fema in the national guard to build sites and reaching marginalized communities. Let's start with a supply. How quickly the defense act. Create more doses. Dr scott gottlieb is the former. Fda commissioner currently sits on the board of pfizer. I think anything we do now to try to increase. The supply probably is going to take weeks to a couple of months to to have some kind of impact. The answer to that question directly influences the next part of the plan pushing states to reach a larger swath of people. I mean the biden plan is a breath of fresh air. Dr marcus. Pleasure represents state and local health departments and is optimistic but also realistic. It could take weeks to get production. Discuss real people over sixty five people with medical conditions. The poorest people who are essential frontline workers. All those people need to get the vaccine as soon as possible. We can't give back same doses that we don't have and when it comes to reaching disadvantaged in often minority communities the biden plan includes more sites an educational campaign plush points out the issue of trust must be addressed. We got to be attentive to that. What stays and locals can do is work with those communities. They have trusted relationships with organizations like base communities where they can go and really try to help build people's confidence and really address some of the vaccine. Hesitancy that we're already starting to see and the national guard and fema will federal muscle to add new locations for vaccination is try to expand the existing sites initially and we could see the result of that pretty quickly getting new sites up and running. That could be a matter of weeks. Joins us from miami sound. The biden administration wants to distribute vaccine through many different channels lakota. The president-elect wants vaccines in pharmacies. Big box stores grocery stores. But right now this part behind me and miami has paused distribution for next week because they don't have enough doses a game changer. And all this could be the approval of another vaccine like johnson and johnson potentially in the coming

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"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

04:39 min | 6 months ago

"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"Right But those guys were past their prime. And you're right that there's a hunger and a desire when guys have accomplished it. That's like that's my question to kate. That's my question and kyrie. That's my question. James is james harden specifically. You know he says. I've done everything for the city. No you hadn't who and come in and shape. They win work with new teammates. You wouldn't try and change in of all still. I don't see it doesn't mean it can't that he can't get there like a. This is my last shot to a race. The narrative that. I'm not a with harry. You having. He's already won a and he has the balls. Say like anybody could hit a game. winning shot. Like cleveland was pretty good bro Anyway like everyone's doubting let's see what she got. Kevin durant now kevin ran. I think has a- kevin durant is a. that's why i love the slim reaper. Nickname as he is a licensed. You wants to kill. Everybody wants to every game. I think he has the other two. I'm not. I'm i'm that that's where we are in terms of i need to you. This is going to be awesome in a league which no one is really given us shit about because players don't seem to get for the first half of the season this this makes incredible How can people download your podcast. You can go to. I tunes or i mean basically wherever you get You get podcasts. it'll it will be. It will be available there bucur and friends. Have you read all the books that are behind your over your shoulder. I would say probably about ninety eight percent of them you. I do not. Because i had for a long time i I cherished books where writing in them was defacing them. So if i was going if i had something that i appreciate it from them. Write them down in a notebook separate from the book itself. Like my dad. Always annotated books and And i was like. Do you ever go back like they're rarely used to used to used to. Yeah i know about you wanna do acknowledge when you find a sentence or phrase. We like yes. That's that's really really good appreciate it. We'll talk soon. sounds good. I appreciate you joining us. I appreciate ric. Bucher join us. That was fun. Those fun got to college pod four. Yup come next. You're gonna love it. Makes you through our catalog of podcast. This your first time. Listen to all we tell stories. Some are mine. A lot of are other people's We give background. And sometimes we have some takes so those that's the take on the james harden trade to the brooklyn nets. It should be fast and reason to watch an nba season which somebody was had a hard time watching thus far a reminder of the doug gottlieb shows three to six eastern twelve to three pacific on fox sports radio you can listen to the iheartradio app on sirius. Xm to seventeen or two three. The fox sports radio dot com is a great place to stream it. If you're working from home and don't forget to subscribe download rate writer of you force as.

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"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

08:16 min | 6 months ago

"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"I One of the most underrated parts of james harden. He's a spectacular pastor. Now the litany of things okay and kyrie was kevin durant is going from a organization where for he got there they led the league in passes and there were kind of us. They led the league. It asks to where. I i don't know how they don't lead the league in tripoli with those with those two and if you've ever been on the same team as a dude who's no matter. How glitziest has the ball. Dude i write the other. The other flaw in the construction joe harris is gonna get a lot of shots but joy is not a three d. guy. Deandre jordan fits if it was if the team was built with the rest of the team collectively was all defensive minded without like you know i i kinda like it I guess 'cause then you can mix and match pieces. Because i feel like in the nba. At least have been told to me is you can have one guy one guy. Who but like steph. I but stephan at least will fake. It and step will go for steals. James aren't fake it. You know you can have one guy. You put two guys out there who can't guard one and a half and it's one and a half. Yeah you can have one guy who can't guard. You can have a set if you have a second guy who's just mediocre and again we're talking about trying to win a championship right because once you get to the playoffs and you're playing seven games you're playing against the best and you're playing against the best coaches and you're playing against the highest basketball iq teams so they're going to be able to manipulate your defense so that you're always being exposed by the week defender and the week help guy and the other part of this is is that the expectations are going to be so high that the friction within the team when they don't get there is going to be an influence is going to be a mental factor. And to your point. I think that the philly team that went to the finals with alan iverson like all defenders and ours yet. All of those guys were brought in with the idea. This is the guy and we have to like. He's offensively he's gonna take care of us. The rest of us have to do the dirty work. We know when we're going to stay with lebron when laurent. When they're saying. We're going to broaden in cleveland exactly and so but guys went there or guys understood from the very beginning. That's the role that i'm gonna play and i'm going to get a ring out of it as a result so you understood that coming in. This is the reason what part of the reason that the nets made the deal is because they had too many guys that showed up with the nets and they had the what nobody thinks. We can do anything and they made the playoffs. So you had a lot of guys with the attitude like. I want a championship but i did. I played a role for this team. That wasn't like i'm just a. I'm a caddie for the stars. I'm part of the team that accomplished something so their mentality when katie and kyrie. It's like yeah. I know you guys are better. You guys are better but like i. I'm still good. Like i still can do things. And it's like the railed right. It's what derail though kyri when he was in boston right is that he got hurt and they probably over achieve and then he came back. They're like yeah look got these. You know you don't need you exactly that you you fit in with us. We don't fit in with a high real. The kyri element is is really this. Oh this is a real quick. This is important for me to put their. Because i think you to say i think is a brilliant basketball player. Likely truth is i. I love staff at what he does if you just said actual skill set ability to everything every probably a more talented player. The things thinking about that. This morning i was. I thought the same thing with rasheed. Wallace and tim. Duncan if you said just basketball skill yes realities. Wallis was a more as the best player in the league. Then tim dunga yes in the nba s now for the same reason that you like if you asked me. If i'm building a team. Would i take staff or or or tim receipt or kyri. It's like it's the intangibles. The leadership the ability to to mold their game with other guys just the spirit of them. I'd say i'm going to take that guy. I'm gonna take him. I'm gonna take staff but if we're just talking about basketball ability kyrie's the guy like i in a moment in a pinch. No he's unease. He's unbelievable okay so there's a bunch of there's a bunch of a bunch of elements to it because i do think on some level like he was right last year he just. You can't say what he said about not having good enough teammates. I can you can. You can feel that way but bro you don't say hey you can feel the way you can feel the way you say about a coach like don't only need a head coach because we're just gonna we. We've been doing this long enough. But that doesn't mean we that doesn't mean we you say that about a coach who just start like undermining his afford. So but here's the part i do like is should be told kevin durant can tell the shut the fuck up. Right and james harden is by l. Though james harden has they both have a everybody has a lebron has it. They all have that tau button at that. They hit James's cal button is a little bit and so carries like they'll they'll pop more than than than than anybody else will free healthcare hundreds to more than a thousand dollars per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the. Us department of veterans affairs benefits. That may be available to veterans. Va is focused on customer service. Like never before choose. Va and see. Why veterans trust in. Va reached an all time. 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Why like somebody who does something that is you look at it and you kind of like you're fascinated by it but you don't completely understand like you need to have a conversation with that person to understand what inspired what they're doing and even then you may not understand or if you understand it you're like wow that's coming from a strange place.

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Repairing Our Hearts - Healing with the RAIN of Compassion

Tara Brach

05:50 min | 7 months ago

Repairing Our Hearts - Healing with the RAIN of Compassion

"Greetings friends welcome back right here now so our second almost full day together and i just wanna star really by bowing to to honor your practice. I felt so much a sense of the sincerity and that presence in space that we're creating together so it's delicious and you know especially in the midst of such a reactive spinning hurting world right now really matters that were coming together. Like this in this relative quiet missino. It's not quiet for everyone. More stillness more connecting with hearts. You know we miss. Oh much when were preoccupied on. We're speeding along on automatic. And you know just reacting to daily stressors. I received an email woman wrote to me about her four year old and she was buckling her daughter. And after you know. Typically hurried morning Two working parents baby young children to different schools. You get the picture and this is what she wrote. She said i noticed my daughter's nails or getting long. And i told her we'd have to cut them tonight and started talking about the other things that we need to happen in the evening. Taking a bath and detangling her curls and she said. Ok mom but let's care about now so i just love that because it's such a beautiful description of our practice carrying about what's here now. So this talk i will be exploring really our primary challenge to this open hearted presence this carrying about now and it happens when now is unpleasant and we have this very deep conditioning. When it's unpleasant as we know to react by pulling away by contracting and also to react by turning on ourselves especially when an emotional pain physical pain is strong and ongoing it often comes a self version and i invite you to check that out. So the title of the talk is repairing our hearts. And if we want to understand how we perpetuate disrepair suffering. We need to begin to recognize in the background of. What's going on the stories that we're telling ourselves in other words we need to see how we move from a fuelling. That's unpleasant to judging it as bad something bad's happening and then moving on even further saying something's wrong with me and it happens very quickly. You know something's wrong. Something's wrong with me and we call it. The second arrow from the buddha's teaching that the first hour is some painful experience and the second arrow. And this is what's critical. Is this slapping on of a story about what's happening. There's a pali word i love. It's papa and it's that chain of reactivity the proliferation that happens so rather than just feeling. Something's unpleasant we immediately start trying to figure it out. Push it away and blame usually and usually we blame ourselves and we ended up solidifying our identity as a flawed separate self in that chain reaction. Now i just want a name. That of course. The story about badness extends to others you know we often blame others and say you're bad and we blame life. Life's bad but deep down if there's any rejecting of the present moment were not liking ourselves. Mistrusting ourselves and in buddhist psychology any moment of resisting. What's right here. A wanting life different is suffer. It could be very subtle suffering because we're in some habitual way of distracting. Our could be very profound but either way when we want life different we cannot inhabit and live from the love and the awareness. That's our true nature. So ona tell you about a friend of mine Some of you might of heard of him. Dan gottlieb. He's a psychologist. He's an author radio host from philadelphia and i interviewed him for my podcast. When he was thirty three he had a very successful career. Family then had an accident that landed him quadriplegic chronic pain so this is almost forty years ago and at first after the accident he wrapped what was going on in many many stories. I'll a terrible life. I can't live with. This is wife died soon after more pain and it landed as a sense of personal badness pain and there's something really wrong with me and life is bad and he started realizing that his stories were what was creating the suffering

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Nursing homes should see 'some indication' of vaccines having an effect 'as early as this week,' Gottlieb says

Sean Hannity

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Nursing homes should see 'some indication' of vaccines having an effect 'as early as this week,' Gottlieb says

"Most people won't get a vaccine for the coronavirus for many months, but former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb tell CBS that targeting elderly people in long term care facilities as Florida has done could show benefits much sooner. We will start to see some indication that the vaccines are probably having an effect, maybe as early as this week because we know that immunity does start to kick in. Maybe a week after vaccination, they went into the skilled nursing facilities. First, health experts projected for things to return to normal 70 to 85% of people would need to get it back.

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Pfizer, Moderna testing vaccine against COVID variant

America's First News

01:26 min | 7 months ago

Pfizer, Moderna testing vaccine against COVID variant

"Mutated version of the virus that's recently been found in the UK and other countries. The current virus. Of course, it's mutated before both companies say they found that their vaccines worked against other variants of the virus. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, meanwhile, is calling for a travel ban similar to other European countries. For travelers from the UK. However, former FDA commissioner and current Fizer board member Dr Scott Gottlieb says it's likely the strain is already in the U. S. I think this is already in the U. S. I don't think the travel ban at this point is going to prevent this mutated strain from coming into the United States. I mean, we're gonna have epidemic that continues to build over the course of the next three or four weeks will reach a peak on then we'll start to see infection rates decline as we see vaccinations get rolled out, as you have fully 30% of the population probably infected at some point by the end of January. And as we get into the spring as we start to get into February march, and you get a seasonal backstop, so I don't think this mutated strain. Strain right now is going to create a second wave of you. Well, the question is, is this virus gonna changes surface proteins in a way that it can obviate either are vaccines or prior immunity, And there's no indication is doing that right now. But over time, it will evolve in ways that it could probably obviate prior infection or are vaccines to some degree, so we'll probably need to adapt our vaccines over time. Radio. And that's why we're seeing this mutation. Right now. This is probably result of

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"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

02:52 min | 10 months ago

"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"Hi Guys I'm Katie Lowes you might know me as Quinn Perkins from scandal or the MOM UC sobbing in her car in the parking lot on my podcast Katie's crib. We are getting real and raw about what it's like to be apparent from facility to postpartum life. We're covering it all no judgment. No far listen to Katie's grip on the iheartradio APP apple podcast or wherever you get your podcasts. Hey welcome in the all new all Doug Gottlieb here and. This is the playoffs have been awesome to watch We.

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"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

01:57 min | 11 months ago

"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"Inside. I think the the rockets are done. They're just too tired same thing for the nuggets. Obligation see exactly what happens. With Milwaukee and the heat I think the the Milwaukee's in big trouble and I do think the Celtics had the makeup to reclaim their advantage in the series maybe it's because I picked it on our website that I liked The Celtics coming out of that series I still like the bucks coming out of their series Lakers and clippers will match up in the Western Conference. Thanks so much for downloading and listening. Don't forget to rate and review it. I'm Doug Gottlieb in this is all..

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"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

08:03 min | 11 months ago

"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"Just have a knack feel for the ball's coming off of that but also they're they're anticipating it's just kind of. Built into what they do so I, I always found rebounding's probably the number one skill and and it didn't surprise me that San Diego State at the time recruited him because I had. Just, recently left there and that was a big thing for us when I was at ten, he goes to if you. Could get double figure rebounds a game, and so we weren't always great shooting team, but we can make up for it by getting extra possessions on the glass things like that. I. Thought that was something that that like I said that he was really good at you know the the thing that always is interesting. Initially when you're when you're out recruiting and you know you have kind of a system that you're recruiting to, let's say and you know you you. All right. Well, we need a four man or we need a we need five and they've we want them to look like this is that size then but in the end of the day, you know once you get your team together, you're gonNA play the guys get your chance to win, and so you make some adjustments and it's funny is that he was kind of that tween already wasn't truly aware that point in his career and development but. He's Kinda on the bubble of being three and four. But you know when you're on the other side, defending those guys to your, like who do we do? We have the garden east too big for for a wing and and he and he's too quick for big guy. You know so much. We don't have one of those guys are like, why don't we have those guy? What's fascinating as you mentioned, standing state where you'd coach like he checked so many boxes of what San Diego State has feasted on right like a little a little bit under recruited either Riverside or Sacramento like those kind of spots where you guys I, thought did a L. L. as well but Riverside Sacramento two spots where you guys did a really good job. They've continued to a really good job of recruiting right twitter's and guys that may what they lack on offense they make up for in in work ethic and defense and rebounding like he he he he felt like it feels like you're describing a San Diego state player the the other side to it though is that. Like look I'm sure they knew they were getting a really good player terrific player and I know that you badly wanted to take him at cal But do you think in any way they knew he'd be this. No I know and people don't realize to even San Diego State. The. One of the things that really help is they signed his best friend to time kid that he didn't make grades I don't think. So I'm not going there but I can't remember his name a little guard really quick. good player. He just didn't have. He was kind of you know on the bubble academically and didn't make it but that was another factor in them getting involved with them No I. Don't know that they ever truly do and he never totally know who's going to be that guy that emerges sometimes the kid that you think is going to be. You know in your class you think this one particular kid might turn out to be really really good and and as it turns out. It's someone else that maybe you didn't project a little bit but. Obviously like we said he has he had. Physical ability had broad shoulders got long arms obviously everyone talks about his hand size. So, you know he had a he had framed that could fill out as well but I think. You know every year trying to investigate really when you're recruiting like you know how strong is their desire and their will get better and I. Think. that is really what separated by you know it really no different than. You know Kobe. Lebron. Clinical George, you know some of these guys. Really is not so much that they're that much better of an athlete it's there well prepared with it. What motivates them. To want to you know to play is so different you know some of these guys their whole goal is to make it to the NBA or to get a big contract, and then they take your foot off the gas and. They change in the the big question. A lot of people is, how do you handle success? You know everyone always talks about how you handle failure but how success so for. For a Lotta these guys. Get Money, and now sudden you know they're not working hard to their interest you go and other places but these guys guy like Hawaii. You know he loves to dominate a game I. mean he loves to work you know the work for him is the reward you know. So I think that's that's really where the separating factor obviously has some credibility but I think there's a lot of guys in the NBA with similar type of ability but they don't have the mindset that he has that really has separated him and the will work ethic. Would you think of hard when he was in high school? You know it's funny because James was on a really talented high school team to at I can't remember the big kids name they had to had a really good kid artesia right and had Derek Glasser was like his his his personal attache, whatever Nad, another wing to. Who was much higher regarded early on and? I think again again, the thing James I mean he was a guy that could score and not a great score but a good score, not a great athlete but same thing with him I mean he's figured it out like. Things have I think he's he's probably. One of those guys that's really put a tremendous amount of time into his game really fight to get. You know the NBA is really this. The rules have really helped him to obviously, but from an offensive standpoint, I don't know there's anybody better at you know get their own shot anytime they want to. Make people pay for helping I mean. But his his ball handling is exceptional. You know I mean in his ability to get his shot is exceptional and obviously he's got range. you can really really can really really pass to. He's got good vision you know What's interesting about it is he's obviously put a ton of time into it. He doesn't appear to be in the greatest of shape at times, which is weird like I don't know if he has a personal. Kind of limitation in terms of in game conditioning Last last one Russell Westbrook his teammate right so yet now. First Time you saw Russell is when You Know Russell had that. was kind of under the radar I think University of San is the only one that had offering them scholarship going into his. Senior. season. And You know I really the first time I saw him was in a tournament in Westchester. I believe it was. And Going into you know in his senior year, people were kind of talking about him and. By that time he he's one of those guys if you look at him physically as A. Going into his senior year and then you looked at him once he got to college, you thought that someone. Literally stole his his identity is using his name, -cause I mean he physically. Completely change even in his face completely changed I mean he just matured. Incredibly in that time period. You know and and give Kerry Create Keating a lot of credit because he's the one that. saw him in really during that time period when Ucla was really good. They did a great job of evaluating guys. That were in their area that we're kinda sleepers, Darren Collison being another one but. But Russell Westbrook. His athleticism from the time he was a junior in high school I think until. then. We went to go back and. You know when he was playing against US cow sophomore year, he had the data that. Dunk. Over Jamal Boykin and I mean. But he just had something to those kinds of. athleticism is just. He's in the top one percent of athletes period you know in not just in basketball but I mean. Incredible, and there's only been a couple of guys that I've seen where like I said, they've changed so much that you would even know who they were new and recognize him physically and. You know and I and I think he's a hell of a player, but sometimes he does rely on his athleticism.

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"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

07:28 min | 11 months ago

"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"And love helpers and love that you're helping Hooper's hoop. So thanks for joining me. Absolutely now, let's get your eleven year old and the gym competence back. Let's do it. Let's do it. I'll tell you where we play when we work out, you come work with them or mar a mom thanks for joining me. My name is Langston, Carmen and I love black people I love him short I. Love Him Tall I love him I forgive them when they're booties a small the only thing I love more than black people are the conspiracy theories that black people come up with. So I along with the Full. Oppressors IHEART iheartradio and big money players have a brand new podcast called Mama. told me where each week me and a special guest will explore all of the deep in twisted conspiracies that the white man doesn't want us to know about we'll talk silicon spirits. We'll talk crazy conspiracies. We'll talk those conspiracies you learn from your uncle who used to wear jeans shorts when he? Went swimming at the public pool anything from baby urine as an acne treatment to lotion being a tool for government mind control and Sterilization Ladies and gentlemen I don't WanNa be your president. But if you want to hear where the president is hiding, that AIDS vaccine than listen to Ma Mamma told me available on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or anywhere else that pods are cast. I'm Jensen Karp and I want you to listen to my podcast from Fort Media and iheartradio called this sports bubble Jensen Karp. I'm a comedy writer and Die Hard Sports Fan who has terribly missed sports these past few months but now they're coming back SORTA Kinda who knows to figure out these weird times checking in on your favorite athletes, commentators and legends from the sports world. We find out what they've been doing without competition and how they're preparing to return to the Games they love inside a bubble. Some of my favorite episodes on the podcast have been hearing boxing legend's Sugary Leonard Talk about staying in shape in a driveway. From working out. Whatever you can do. Much Better Tony Hawk revealing he hasn't gone this long without a skating event since he was a preteen, this is the longest that I've been home straight. I can never remember Bob Costas talking about speaking out even when it cost him professionally I thought it was a matter of ability to the audience and Andrew mccutchen, explaining his thoughts on the Yankees Appearance Clause in thousand twenty. Away from individualism fares places. Listed sports bubble now in subscribe on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your pockets. Be Sure to catch the live edition of the Doug. GOTTLIEB show weekdays at three PM Eastern noon, Pacific? By let's welcome into my brother Greg Gottlieb Longtime Twenty Five Year College Basketball Assistant and The one that got away, right that's like what what coaches have a tendency to sit around and talk about and I was I was watching. Last night, and we saw this on mid range jump shots in the playoffs. Granted the bubble he shooting eighty percent from the floor. It's he's he's so good. He plays both ends. He become a very good ball handler passer and I want to bring you on because you did recruit him. You were a fan you. Actually I remember you texting me saying like how violent or not be McDonald's all. American. When he's the Gatorade, the California gatorade state player of the year first time you saw collide you remember when it was. Yep. Do. He was a junior. and they were playing in the sports arena. and I believe this yeah. If semifinals or finals. and they're playing against Dominguez high school. which at that time to was a powerhouse and Jordan Hamilton was really the the premier player coming up. So I was recruiting both Jordan and. And for the first three quarters Co. I just did a incredible job defensively on Jordan Hamilton who was at the time and exceptional offensive talent The just pulled the head of the end I think who ran out of gas. but he was exceptional. Really at the defensive end more than at the offensive at the time but but always. had athleticism ability to attack the basket. He wasn't a great shooter at that time, but he was a guy who could score going downhill. I it's I always I've always thought like what you possess and what guys who have done what you what you do possess is something that. I think it's a great skill which is the ability to watch a sixteen year olds seventeen year old kid or maybe sometimes in fifteen year old kid and project what he would look like in a college basketball game, not just in terms of your offense what his body looks like maybe and see like some of its guessing I would assume, right you look at a guy's hands is he still going to grow you see the parents you know how mature is easy GonNa put on weight is he not GonNa put on weight but it's you know what you're doing is you're projecting in watching Jordan. and Co why and I agree you know Jordan Hampton went to Texas and played and obviously his brothers one play Uconn won play UCLA. But when when you watch them at that particular time you remember, did you think would be a better player than Jordan Hamilton? No you know I think the big thing to be honest Jordan Phil super talented player. I would imagine he's still playing right now if not. You may be playing overseas if he's not an MBA but but You know he's a little bit of the victim of his own. because. He had so much success. People tell them how great he was a little bit and maybe allowed to some habits that. That actually held them back a little bit. I know he struggled a little bit of Texas. But you know collide didn't have all that. You know he didn't have those accolades. You know he was talent but maybe A hidden talent at the time and you know we can save under recruited. There's other things that circumstances that go into some of those decisions that people made at that time people were getting commitments early. in the PAC twelve and really PAC ten at the time. So people we're taking kids you know going into their junior year, they were trying to get commitments and so sometimes you make mistakes. But so some people stopped recruiting those positions because they had a commitment for your kid and he just kept getting better. You know and again he didn't he didn't have the fanfare but I think he really had was the work ethic to go with the ability the thing that he had probably the most that stood out the most was his ability to rebound the ball. Let's that probably is what? made him such a consistent player though you know I mean that try that always seems to translate ev every level you go if you're a good rebound and he was a guy, gets you ten twelve rebounds every game and I think he just had a nose to the ball. I think he's fearless these tough. And he plays hard. It's interesting right because because I know that some coaches looked at him in like six five, six six like he can rebound highschool but you can't rebound in college because at the time that was when big is are big guys and he was though he played inside, he was the he was the the size size among how hard is it to to figure out the translation of rebounding in size in high school versus in in college guys that rebound matter what position our you know guards even really rebounders find they.

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"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

02:02 min | 11 months ago

"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

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"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

08:20 min | 11 months ago

"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"For you upcoming David nurse is he's actually the nephew of Nikkan irs, but he's also a a mental coach. Confidence Coach if you will. For the NBA I think he does a great job. I things brilliant plus we're GonNa talk about the brilliance of Leonard who by my estimation best player in the NBA. And my brother Greg Twenty five years and Assistant College basketball recruit use it. He left any state went to cal try to get him a cow didn't offer him a scholarship. He goes this new state. We'll talk about the beginnings of of quiet Leonard's ascension to this. Remarkable remarkable career. Let me give you a couple of quick thoughts on what we've seen so far I still contend. That James. I don't know if it's conditioning or just naturally doesn't have the wind, but I've seen the stat where he's you twenty three percent from three. In in fourth quarters overtime the playoffs, the last five years and if you. Look. He did have the big block shot against Liu dort but that was after struggling by own accounts struggling massively on offense. So you'd have to start to ask yourself is he is it because in the postseason, he plays defense in the regular season he doesn't is because of how difficult is the score in the postseason or is he just not taking care of himself whatever it is the conditionings a factor then you'll go Russell Westbrook who played really well in game seven competed scored. Kind of kept the rockets in the game up until late but then missed three straight lamps and it's not like they were dead wide open lamps to, but they're contested finishes that an MVP should make. I was impressed that Oklahoma City was even in that game even in that series. Considered, their lack of shooting considering their youth obviously disappointed Stephen, Adams even look at the basket when he'd be open for a little slip the entire second avenue never seemingly did I would have had Chris Paul, take the ball inbound just because he's the best passer and I feel like she killed Alexander as much as I. Love Him I have some. Concerns about long-term his ability, a superstar right like a superstar lead guard in transition to on one's three on one three on Tuesday that should be a layup wide open shot every time it's not he just he's an average passer and when your average pastor that's eventually going to be dominant ball handling guy that does that does limit you it doesn't you Let. Me Get to Steve Nash it's a surprise these the head coach. I'm not going to sit here and deny that I got knows Steve. Nash wanted to be a head coach. I didn't know that Brooklyn was considering him. But the idea that he got the job because of white privilege at the Stephen A. Smith said is the most laughably obtuse comment. I've heard in a long time and a lot of laughably obtuse comments. Or, I'm not saying that black coaches shouldn't get a chance and many of them have have succeeded and. but but I'll tell you this. Where were the calls? about guys getting jobs day quote unquote didn't deserve. When Four black players. Doc Rivers got the Orlando Magic Job You go to Derek Fisher Mark Jackson Isaiah Thomas. Did Jason Kidd got the nets job nobody was like A. He's never coached. He got he got the job over a white guy like, no, he was replacing. Was He replacing PJ CARLESIMO TO PJ coast replaced him and did a damn good job by the way. I just we we can't do we. We do this thing where we always default to raise having to play a part. Race doesn't play a part here. We all know what to play. He's got relationship with Sean Marks. He's a superstar players coach Kevin Coach, Kevin durant before he's really well respected by the way he's actually African my birth and Canadian in terms of nationality. He's been around the game and there's can you find a guy who Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving respect? Respect. Outside of somebody who has a championship ring, you're not gonNa Bring Phil Jackson, their Gregg Popovich fi turned on the job on that. He wants to coach those dues at this point. There isn't anybody that you respect more than a two time MVP like Steve Nash the Steve Nash thing is this. You hire people to do what you don't know how to do for example, Jock Fahey who's been a head coach and I. Like there's no mouse towards Jack. Vaughn I love. Jog. Von Awesome in high school and we beat them his senior years. Last game was against US tonight screenplay for John Muir High School. Same is by the way the produced Stacey Augmon. Pretty Awesome Pasadena. So and I remember I went to superstar camp when I was going to be a freshman and I saw him play in the All Star game and I was like that's the best point guard of ever seen in person Bobby Hurley gag on like Joplin's the best book I've ever seen in person. He's big I want to go to Kansas because he was a Kansas because he was a California Guy Pass first point guard whatever but you keep on staff because he's been a head coach he knows the guys knows the culture like he's a tip of the capital what they've been doing. But but if Jock von really had the respect and attention of his stars superstars. Kyri and Katie would have been on the plane and been in Orlando supporting team. They would've De'andre Jordan wouldn't have opted out. I know they won without those guys but just them not showing up, tells you all you need to know because you're not. You can win five out of eight games in the bubble. You're not GonNa be a championship unless you get those guys to give you everything they have until lead. I don't under- I truthfully and honestly. Don't understand any backlash because Steve Ashes white other than the time in which were overreacting and us we can't do this. We can't make every story about race look we don't of these of the police brutality incidents. I we don't know if it's it. The incident and and Kenosha I don't I don't understand it feels like. It feels like excessive force bordering on police brutality. It does despite the fact that Guy was the guy who the his ex girlfriend called on the AB. Outstanding warned like. That's at minimum excessive force feels like police brutality but I don't know I don't know if it rises to the level of murder like that's going to be for a district attorney and for a judge in jury of of his peers to figure out but we have no idea whether or not that had anything to do with race. Do you cushy don't. But what we do is with those stories, we automatically say it has to be racial injustice it has to be. Okay I would commit to you that in basketball. I mean, you think Sean Marks Really sees race. Sean has played in the NBA been Jerem engine baby in front office. The San Antonio Spurs like D ID. That's not how people in sports especially in the NBA think. I've never been in place in basketball. where it's ever been hey, we gotta take away of a blog guy. Like that that doesn't occur anymore. And if you're bothered because Steve, Nash doesn't have head coaching experience it's fine. You're allowed to be but were you bothered when Mark Jackson got a job or Jason Kidd got the next job. Would you bother and Derek Fisher got the Knicks Shop? We bother when Steve Kerr got the worshop, we bothered with these guys. There is a parallel. Look if you want to feel bad for John You can You can jot fonzie grinders player just stayed in the League's the twelfth man. He's been grinders a coach. He's been a head coach before in Orlando he does have experienced he did do a good job. He did but when he was a player When the Spurs got Tony Parker. He never got a chance to compete with Tony Parker for starting job. You just didn't. You know when you're a broadcaster, you can be the best in the world. When it superstar NBA or college player retires a college coach retires a lot of times you get leapfrogged or you get your sitting at the same desk. I've been doing this for fifteen years. That's the way it works with stars. That's just the way it works for. Stars..

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"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

06:37 min | 11 months ago

"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"In the Eastern Conference semifinals because I'm on board at saying that will happen I've got my money back up the heat. Oh, we don't think the bucks are straight fire take. Nice. Not that incendiary Doug I mean come on this is a great Mima. There reminding are great shooting of the three ball best three point percentage in the league. The bucks don't defend the three the bucks in the bubble. They don't look like the regular season Pre Cova Bucks. I would agree what's interesting was when you talk to people at the scrimmage, like man's are really good. I think one of the things that's happened in the bubble and this is a good thing I. I'm Coaching Basketball Tournament. We play four games today. I played. Six Year for for yesterday I'm exhausted. I didn't play any games I'm exhausted? Coaching. So but but like this is what it used to be like not just in terms of playing basketball day you're watching everybody all the guys you like play basketball right that you're watching your contemporaries you like we used to go to Vegas and play. There's a big John Farrell has a national championship and you'd see guys play. You'd never seen play or you know the the Dow Jones Stefan Marberry and and God Chenggong who Shangaan wells back then you know go watch them play and you you know the really smart guys would I pick up on their games and nobody ever play against him? I. Know What he likes to do that's what's happening bumble these dudes. They have nothing else do nothing they're all out of their mind. And all they're doing is watching WHO and so they're starting to everyone knows a little bit about what honest dies. But all of this tells onus tricks how Milwaukee plays I that stuff that. It's really hard to not get exposed in terms of your scouting report and I also think that Eric's goals. Excellent coach at the Doon nosers bad coach to think. Of the the story of the heat when it is ultimately told having this young coach had proved himself Lebron there was the pushback on one of the things that's come out of it. It's a marvelous coach really really good What would the reaction be I? Think the reaction will be by many honest gotta get. OUTTA Milwaukee yes. Okay. But the truth will the truth is in NBA League. Circles is Yanni's can't shoot and your. Own worst enemy and sure do they have the greatest supporting cast were like? No, but it's actually built around his around his skillset. And how he has to play in order to be at his best, and if he was able to carry a team with a jump shot at times, I, think the outcome would be different if they lose I believe the narrative will be Johnson got leave Milwaukee when the truth is, they got us just doesn't shoot well, enough right now there's just things that missing in his game. There's there's doesn't have the calm it takes having been there before win big. Let me get you out of here with this one, Doug. So for whatever reason social media. Carmelo Anthony this I it's the guys I mean he wanted Syracuse. Legendary young player with nuggets. One of the Western Conference finals the Knicks love to he's never been a winner never made other players better in my eyes. He's now thirty six years. Old Is Carmelo Anthony in the league. Next year, we know his contract with the blazers is up and their cash-strapped way over the cap highest salary cap number this year. Is He in the League next year where do you think he fits if anywhere? A main like look how did it work in Portland? They had injuries they had a need. and you had superstars that were accepting of. Is Skill said he accepted a role of tertiary role at best? I I look can be a superstar yet make people better. He's not he was number superstar because make better the great score a great three level score. Bunny struggled as anybody would with the with the kind of the evolution of going from go-to. Guy To. Or fourth option and you know he just that's not his thing I think you really struggle with the game that's changed where You know when you're a superstar getaway not being not being engaged defensively, you can't win. You're a role player. I, also think that you know. The best thing about his game is mid range post up and that's no longer. A part of the NBA, although although there are times in a place where I'll give me an example I thought. You know Joe Johnson was on the rockets when they missed threes and I thought give it to is such A. Breadth that I'm going to work it's not. Analytically efficient. But there is a purpose to it. You're getting the ball to a guide, the elbow and let him go to work everybody else can kind of it can space can catch and shoot and it does slow the game down. Yeah. Leads Doug Gottlieb Fox sports radio he's on F S One. He has all ball podcast very good check that out doug eight thanks for taking the time and enjoy the rest of the playoffs age. The only thing better than sitting on your couch watching the game. Making money while you do it. Here's your best bat. Right onto the best bet to wrap up the podcast six and three remember we had to take a couple of days off last week as the boycott happened but I'm feeling good. I went three and one Sunday. If you guys follow me on instagram twitter, you've seen my picks. I really irrationally like this team Monday night. and. It's the Miami Heat getting five and a half against the books I have been prattling on for some time. Now, about this heat team, I've officially picked them to win the series. I just believe three point. Wise. They will give the bucks fits Dunkin Robinson. A lot about him. Tyler hero whose. Season when John Moran and Zion Williamson were dominant rookies, people are forgetting about tyler hero I'm telling you he is a special player and what I've seen from the bucks so far in the bubble, just a Loosey Goosey defense it's Jaanus and a bunch of guys and the bunch of guys haven't been playing well wouldn't shock me if the heat one game won outright, I've taken the heat in six Gimme Miami getting five and a half points. We're best bet for Monday night. All right folks. Thanks for listening great numbers. Last week, we head into September lots of NFL coming up remember Subscribe Rate Review I'm out..

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"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

08:06 min | 11 months ago

"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"On twitter whatever whatever device it is like the they're real human beings that their opinions matter they don't actually. We shows like the with all the entertainment shows. They'll use people's tweets. About and. Said, you know? This person was shamed for the clothes. They were wearing an instagram post like who cares with them personally, I'm with you on that but why why are we? Why are we giving them the time of day because they because they have in seagrams on the phone they can they control somebody like I don't I don't get it I there there. Is Room for discussion I totally agree with you. That social media doesn't want there to be a discussion they want they want. You want affirmation that their opinion is right. And Have you seen the movie bombshell about Megan Kelly Fox News I'm. Roger ailes surrogate. It's amazing. I watched it. I had seen it in my wife hadn't seen it. So we watch last night and there's a line in the movie where Roger. AILES says to I think Gretchen Carlson they have a twitter account. You have a TV show why do you care what they're saying and that applies to a lot of people sports media hey, you got a radio show podcast who why do you care what these people are saying about you but I feel like we don't go there enough and we probably should go there more. yeah I mean I it's like we want to We want people to We want people to interact and engage but then we get people interacting engage. And it's not what you don't tell me what I don't WanNa hear I think we're all guilty of this right like you have a take say something you think is really interesting and we want there are people out there Real. People out there who want to kind of know their opinion. And But but you know when you take it as. A law and as super super important when you allow it to to dictate how you feel emotionally that's when. You get yourself in a bad place. I. Would you know? It's hard because I have you know the you can lose friends over twitter. tweet that I I would say those aren't real friends because they knew. You may have an opinion counter to there's anyway But but I. here's the most fascinating part. About the device and about. How people react to things as well. is. That you can say something. That somebody would say is. Mildly offensive or upsets them whatever, and they will tweet back at you the most vile thing. Bound. You went from something that you were offended by using completely offensive language somehow girl okay like that doesn't make any sense. Magazine. Handle probably fake but. and. Then the second thing to me, and this is probably the most important thing I thought. I thought Jason would. Kinda nailed it. One of those calls this week, which is like. Hey everything is not racist. Can we stop with that? Like we've we've we've gotten to this default to where everything said. By alight person. Is, not, racist now there are racist things that were there is no question about it generally when you have countered thought to whatever the the super progressive thought is it's just like an thinking about this ending but that We can't default everything being race sometimes the underlying issue could be race. But for whatever reason, we've gotten into this cycle where everything said everything done. We with our first question is is racist Paul and I'm not sitting here denying that racism exists. or The people that are racially insensitive. but I do believe in two, thousand, twenty it's like my daughter's. I just dropped off at the beach fourteen years old she's dead my generation doesn't CARE. And I was like. My generation that's how I to. But apparently, there's some people out there trying to convince US otherwise there are people that think otherwise, they're just not the majority of the people. It's those as you point out those kind of extreme views that are made more mainstream because social media makes you think that those things that are said. On social media are what real people think and they're just extremist. So Doug Lemme fast forward to let's just say two weeks from now. Okay and some police officer shoots somebody who's unarmed and he's black. Do you anticipate another NBA shutdown and let me ask about the NFL. Do you anticipate the NFL saying oh? We're going to stop and this is unacceptable. Do you see this happening because i? It feels to me like the lesson learned from the Bucks Jacob Blake is. It's okay to be upset and outraged. Let's step back. Let's think things over have some internal discussions among the League as opposed to just our team and let's figure out a course of action as opposed to impetuous done we're out by. Could happen easily a here in the next two weeks or two months or three months or whatever I don't know if we can. But I do think it could happen I i. think we get kind of slippery slope up. We did it once what this person five matter I still you know. I will sit here and tell you that. I don't agree with the black lives matter of movement I but I do agree with the statement of black lives do matter. That's an okay state I think a lot of people would agree with that I do but we have we had trouble separating the two people separate on social media they do yes in your life. You Know I. Don't know but but but my point is this. You know if you want me to take your movement seriously. Would you need to do is anytime they black lives taken? No obviously, you don't want shouldn't be shocked back several times. A. Anyone who watched that video is disturbed by and wants answers wants investigation. I I don't think you're a human being you don't if you don't feel awful what happened and more and more information comes out and you start to learn about. Jacob Blake start you know. But that still doesn't necessarily explain seven shots the bag. I don't get it I need they more and I would guess some point there will be an investigation charge etcetera but. Anytime, a black lives. A A. Child in Chicago. Shop I stray bullet like that person matters a human being matters. We need to fix our society to wear honestly our our our biggest societal issue is value of human life and that human beings do matter and I would like to have the same outrage same names of people who are very innocent one down the street stray bullet because some idiot fires off a gun like those people matter to me and that's something that personally bothers me fit. What do I think happens in the NBA I don't know I mean we've got this point where you know. The the numbers raw data tells you this happens during very seldom. you'd hope it happens. Never would be Mike like mice supreme desire was that it never happens again. If it happens I would guess that they're gonNA have to go through a process of common down chilling out and figuring out exactly how to proceed I think. You know one of the things this goes back to social media like. It comes out video comes out and it's alarming. It's disturbing. There's been others in other video that comes out like it doesn't really make it better seems a little explanation. So Jason, I guess we'll just have to take it as come. It's like anything else two, thousand, twenty, th year that we never. It's like a bunch of things that no one ever saw coming. We had seen before we just have to react to it as it goes How would we react when the Miami Heat defeat the Milwaukee? Bucks..

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"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

06:54 min | 11 months ago

"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"Sports fans want for everything he doesn't. He knows a guy who does but just say, I know a guy who knows the Kathy Knows another guy we like to bring fire early to start the week and I want to start with Lebron James. You know we'll do a little boycott but I want to start with this doug he's now fourteen or no in the first round in his career. Michael Jordan didn't do that coby Bryan didn't do that Lebron and another impressive notch in his belt. He will go onto face probably the rockets we'll find out here in short order. If they advance past the thunder I'm still of the belief that Lebron is gonNA become once again in that discussion with Jordan for the greatest ever let's say Lebron wins a title. What does that do to his legacy? What helps. Clearly, helps I mean, that's not her like anyway The last dance really helped convert some of the. What does the term I'm trying to think? There was a movie about British company that user adds to help in some people's minds sway the election for Donald trump right or the like compromise ables or something like there's. Most people have dug into their trenches Jordan or Lebron, and then there's yeah and then there's you know there's there's the percentage of people in the middle and it's not and that's what tips an election, right? That's where we are with Jordan Lebron I think it'll bring some capable over. Let's see how happens. Let's see if it happens now, and then let's see what happens in the future He's always going to be in that discussion I'm Jordan Guy I also think. Fourteen known the first playoffs is is. While, it's an actual stat. I. Okay. The comparison is in Jordan second year when they are first you and they made the playoffs or CH- was no second year when it made the playoffs. He had a broken foot. Comes back they play maybe the best celtics team ever in what was a five game series and scores like forty, nine and sixty three in his first two games. They weren't that series regardless you know. So whereas Lebron has never been in that position where he's taken on a one sees to US teams in the League. he great last night. he was a little disappointing a couple of times. I thought that the rest of the time off. Be helped him He was he was really good game for and Lebron has had a remarkable season. There are some athletic limitations on him for the first time. Maybe in his career just serve some nights. He does have it has lent Anthony Davis of the guys carry the team but Yeah, I mean look we're watching. You know a guy who's GonNa GonNa set marks and do things that. Whether anyone has ever done before or we'll do after it. They'll be very hard marks to to catch up to I mean there's a chance that he becomes the all time. NBA scoring leaders. Past. Hand. Right and and for for a guy who scoring is not necessarily what he does. Best. That's more. So Doug you you brought up something interesting. There are people dug into their camps on each side, and then there's a group in the middle. From sports media to politics you're seeing that increasingly now you've got to pick a side. I don't know man. I. Seem to still go by you WANNA. Be in the middle. Especially on really divisive topics college football right now they demand that you pick a side well, which is well, I, think there's some nuance there. I Dunno Doug I seem like it feels like you sometimes skew middle but other times you skew to the extremes I don't know in life. Are you an extreme guy? Are you a balanced and moderate? I mean. I'm pretty much well On sports topics. I'm actually more of a just my own opinion. I. Think most of the world is actually in the middle now it's like. Really get down to. Do. You want a portion to illegal yes. Because you don't want back alley abortions, we're not going to be a country that doesn't allow that but he was late term abortions now now let's not. Unless you know it's GonNa. Compromise women right like. Do you want no guns. Well, it's not really realistic, but we think people should have air fifteenth. No I don't think you should have air fifty right that's where most human beings operate in the middle, which is honestly it's it's sports television is done this and it's it's brilliant because oftentimes that's the key to any sort of barbershop. Arkansas. One guy six months. Thank guy guys the opposite yard you the truth is that I think most people. Have your opinion like man Bras Awesome. Is really really good. Just thing Jordan was better like Xyz. Works better. So I don't know if I'm answering your question but. I do think like in politics I'm very much a centrist and in sports I mean look I believe our job is become a little bit complicated because. because of the way sports television has gone. It's Your it's Your you're doing one thing which is giving your opinion but you're not always doing the thing you're supposed to, which is given to you perspective, and now that I'm old enough to have lived through bird Jordan magic. I should be not just saying how great. Ron is but like hey, let me explain to you what was so awesome about Jordan magic and bird and y they belong in the conversation and how it compares to. Jordan? That's that's I believe. The two jobs we have and I think oftentimes, we don't do that job. Some people are not capable right they don't have enough memory or they. They can't truly analyze things. They're just you know they go by raw data whatever but I do think to those of us who are capable of those who lived through things to kind of explain the nuance that gets missed when you just look at Fox sports but how much has social media hurt that for us because like listen, there is a nuanced discussion around the NBA. Boycott that happened this week, but you could not have that on social media. I. Was not in favour initially of the boycott and I let that be known and I got you know people got angry soup very fired up but then I said what way does like, why am I, putting us on social media let me save it first straight fire I sat on the podcast and Doug I haven't received more. Wow. That was pretty illuminating nuanced discussion here reaction. Then I didn't have for any other podcasts like that's because media's dirty done. Well. It's only hurting because of our reaction to. Somebody has a bad tweet and company chooses to fire somebody. Like. It's. If you overreact. On because of social media, you know, and we shame people and we also act like people who.

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"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

08:15 min | 11 months ago

"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"Radio show Chadwick Bozeman, the great actor who played Black Panther. Just I mean he died I had no idea he had colon cancer been fighting it for four years just an absolute shocker 'cause I'm about the same ages him Kobe Brian and to see these guys passing away just unbelievable and I remember taking my kids to see Black Panther in the theater and it's packed I think it was opening weekend and when kill monger throws Black Panther. Off The waterfall is king and tosses it my kids stood up next to me. They were so shaken and I'm sitting here kind of laughing but also like I've got sh-. Heroes. Survive okay the. Star, the movie is going to be okay. And they were just so shaken. Forget it my kid dressed up as black panther that Halloween and it was just Oh. Man It was. Just r.i.p Chadwick Bozeman art onto the biggest sports story. Here, on Monday, it is not declutter injuries on the Philadelphia Eagles offense I'm sure you guys all Carson Wentz a little dinged up. It is not the injury to Derwin James The chargers safety by gossip not be out that long. He was hurt last year it killed him. He's hurt again and it is not although it was nearly. The best receiver in College Football Jomar Chase leaving college football opting out Dudakovic. He's not gonNA play for Lsu this guy is a potential top five pick. He is a monster. He was a stud last year for Lsu. Go look up his youtube real job marches opting out of college football listen it's a smart move but the biggest story in sports. Here Monday without a doubt. Is the LA clippers and their bully ball. In the bubble and I'm going to start here when you're in college. Okay. You know you're supposed to party hard get it out of your system and kind of find out who you are or at least get on the path to who you're going to be and when you get out of college, you know you get your first job, US are starting to transition into adult. Who would I don't think you're an adult at twenty, one I Drink at twenty one, you'd certainly obviously vote. But I just I wasn't an adult at twenty one and you start to form an identity after college. And I'll tell you how this relates to the clippers who now have an identity. It's very clear and where they got it. But like for me, we moved out here to La four years ago and you know I'm Sports Guy Oh he does Fox he sports for Fox Radio TV and. I coach my kid's in sports coach both in soccer and basketball, and go to the gym, and then I play pick up basketball and pretty quickly my identity is that's Sports Guy Jason He's into exercise and Then the pandemic hits. And you Kinda lose your identity? Can't coach any kids sports can't go to the gym can play any sports I have played golf and tennis but. And then you wonder like is my identity wrapped up in sports. I don't WanNa Be Sports Guy, Jason, I'm bigger than that I'm more than that. We change we grow. We evolve we're humans and what Doc rivers has done with these clippers I have to give him a lot of credit folks the evolution. Of Lob city. To bully ball clippers goon action is complete, this is the new clippers identity. And it goes back to doc rivers as a player member he was on my favorite New York Knicks team ever the ninety three Nicks, the same team that led Jordan in the Eastern, Conference Finals to Oh before caving and losing. They had Anthony Mason they had a rugged branch on Starkville not they had as my Guy Chris Russo likes to say they had dogs that was their identity. They could never get past Jordan but that was the best chance. Remember the Pistons in the Eighties held Georgia Nov with the bad boys Jordan Rules Bill Mbare Rick Born and duck, rivers brought that to the Knicks when he was playing for them. And if you look back and I went and looked at Doc, rivers is coaching career and you can see why he's turned these clippers into goons and why the roster is full of these guys who are playing a thuggish brand of basketball who were clobbering superstars because that's all they can do Marcus Morris tossed out of the game Sunday for essentially like closed line karate chop wwe wrestling move. And it finally, people are starting to see what we talked about last week rob g loves to SAY WE WANNA be early on stuff. We're early on this last week, we told you this is what the clippers are. This is their identity. This is what they WANNA do. They WANNA buy physical basketball and muck it up and you know what? Doc Rivers has only been successful one looks really successful to win a championship one other time. And, take a guess where it was the Sten Celtics and Rob g reminded me of this their roster when they took down the Lakers okay. They added Kevin Garnett. We know they added Ray Allen and they had a super team because they needed a super team to push back against Lebron. Lebron was ready to take over the east member. He went to the finals as a twenty two year old took a junk cavs roster to the finals. He was ready to take over the east. The Celtics countered with we're GONNA, make a super team but it wasn't just a super team and this is what nobody's really talked about and this is going to be a big story this week I promise you doc rivers and Danny ainge built a roster full of physical guys are going to get in your face foul the hell out of you send a message in guys like Kendrick Perkins. Guys like Tony Allen Remember Tony. Allen. Went on to be one of the linchpins behind the grit and grime Memphis Grizzlies. Team made a Western Conference finals once but Tony Allen I mean he's just a bulldog in the back court. But what the Celtics did with Doc rivers is coats the only time he was successful as a coach. They had PJ Brown. You remember he was on those Miami Heat teams really grafted up with the New York Knicks I. I'm almost certain PJ, Brown was in the middle of that huge fight Alonzo Mourning. Heat Knicks. Jeff Van Gundy clinging to the ankle. That's what PJ Brown did. That was his brand of basketball. He was going to snarl at you and folks. This is what that clippers team is. Obviously, they have a superstar who's above all that nonsense inquiry. Leonard, and clean. Phenomenal in this series, he just took over in the fourth quarter against the man's Luca lead a pretty amazing comeback and. All of a sudden dockers puts go Leonard in and it's like boom boom boom. Thank you. Good night. We'll see you next year Dallas Mavericks I mean why was unbelievable but The reason doc has done this just go back and look at the clippers pre. Marcus Morris Patrick Beverley Who mantras Herald look at the team before that They had Chris Paul. Blake Griffin they had deandre. Jordan. They could score. They were exciting that a lot of dunks, but that was not a defensive team the warriors ridden roughshod through them. They were so mentally fragile. They choked away a three one lead. You guys remember that in the playoffs I know they had some injuries but doc rivers I, he probably would never admit this. By the way I like Doc rivers as a as a player I'm not crushing here I. Hope it doesn't seem like that but I liked him no talks teams with Dominique Wilkins and I liked him on that Knicks team. My favorite Knicks team ever I was born in New York and I love that that. NEW, year new. York Knicks team in ninety-three but. It's pretty clear. DOC has made the identity of these clippers. It ain't Kawhi Leonard it's not Paul. George it is. Basically we are a rough you up. Yang get anything the lane we'RE GONNA get your face and.

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"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"We do a great interviews and have good stuff for you That you can always get What one last thought? My brother talked about something. I'm a big believer in. And what makes Jordan Great? And what made the Bulls great and frankly makes all kinds of the the best of the best the best. I still think the three CS and he talked about confidence. We don't as as broadcasters as analysts. Talk enough about it but confidence it can come and go like honestly. Lebron has lost. Its confidence in his jump. Shot at at certain times and then got it back. But that's what happened in Dallas. That's what happened. You know at times against the Spurs. They've deer to shoot And that's what happened times. You know it didn't really happen with the warriors but I think it was keyed. Maybe lost confidence in his teammates. The one thing that changed for Jordan was he gained confidence in his team. Mate confidence conditioning conditioning and conditioning isn't just are you in great shape. Can you play at your best at the end of a game? And Look we. We ask ridiculous things of of Lebron at times because he's not surrounded we're told with the right kind of talent but he's running out of gas. He's running a gas before crazy about Lebron is he hasn't doesn't get hurt. The exception the groin last year Jordan seemed to be able to play through fatigue better than anybody in his era and maybe anybody ever and then culture and their culture was they played great defense their best player demanded that they play hard and played their best and played great defense in addition to which they had a great culture from like and I know some people will have terrible culture. They're making fun of Jerry Krause. Yes but all kind of worked together. They they you know. They had the breakfast club where they all worked out in the morning. Jordan is in Pippen and Harper worked out together in the morning and get stronger. They had a hierarchy within the team their best player and their second best player down. We got along but played off each other really really well like their culture worked culture confidence and conditioning and by the way Jordan. Winning a sprint is just something that like. I watch Allen Iverson Shaquille O'Neal and you think of shack not being in shape for a good portion of early parts of seasons or even late in his career shot could have been the most dominant player in the history of the NBA. Didn't mean he didn't have an incredible career wasn't dominant but not as dominant could have been. He was not only the biggest. He was the athletic unbelievably talented gifted basketball player. But just WanNa be shack which God bless him won four titles hall of Famer has a statue outside the staples although a little torn on that because he played for the Celtics. Unless you can do that but whatever but he could have been the you know like the greatest big man ever. I believe that but it didn't have that work ethic that Kobe did and I didn't have the off season in practice. Work Ethic of the all time greats. Carmelo anthony same thing wasn't willing never been wanting to defend you now has entrusted teammates enough devolve as a player and so come anthony. Who for my money? There was a stretch of time. Five years there where he was the best pure score in the League didn't win anything because of it. Even the move to the Knicks which was a trade instead of waiting for the off season. You know I know there was gonna be a lockout or whatever we can get into that another podcast but but these things done to himself or as Jordan bought in the idea of. Hey if I'm not good enough even going back to high school. I'm going to get better. I'm not ready for the NBA. I'm going to get better. He wasn't a good enough shooter early in his NBA career. He got better when he became a good enough shooter. He didn't trust his teammates and didn't have a big enough body. He did and got better culture confidence conditioning. I to next week. You'RE GONNA to love it. We'll recap the entire series. Hope you enjoyed it. I'm Doug Gottlieb this all some podcasts are light fun and fluffy my podcast. Isn't I mean unless you'd think.

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"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"gottlieb" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"And Pete was a great player, and honestly a really good leader. He just was not a vocal leader like he just Kinda did his thing. You know he would say something to you. You know he grab you and say something to you, but he would. He wasn't going to yell at the team. He was gonNA stand up and I just knew he was. Some guys built for that. You know, and you can't pretend to be something you're not. And it was interesting in reading about Scotty Pippin. The year that Jordan was totally gone I year there's gone. They love the fact. That Scotty really didn't change in his leadership style. He only took one more shot a game. You know he was I. think third and the MVP balloting, but you know. He led his way, but. I don't think I I think that. He and Jordan played off each other. Really really well was Jordan was kind of a Dick Right like he would call dudes like even now some of the Jordan stuff like we all give him a pass because he's Jordan and because it works 'cause you know some of that tough love is needed, but like did he really i George Calmer radio calls like I don't even remember what he's talking about. The dinner and I've been with Jordan and Ben with a moderate shot and they've never mentioned it before. So like. Did you really need to throw George? Carlin, the bus in L. and then you know Gary, Payton like Hey, we you don't let me guard him. The first three games like yeah, 'cause Jordan. What got you in foul trouble? You would've sat the whole game, but it does feel like there's some. Like almost needless needling here late that you that you don't need to, but that's Jordan's personality, and it only really worked not just because he had fills the coach because you had Scottie Pippen as much more much softer kind of robin to to Jordan's Batman. An it career.

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"gottlieb" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"gottlieb" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Lori Gottlieb welcomed armchair expert thank you how how are you doing today. I'm doing great took a long ride to get over here yeah I were. How long do you think it was? It was over an hour west side to Hollywood Hollywood on a Friday is a real beating yeah. I wasn't expecting that is your does on that side of town. It is normal commute like seven minutes. Oh aw by design no you grew up in. La Dead I'm a native that's very rare. It is but to me L. As kind of like mayberry I like to I think for people who come here from other places. It's this sprawling megalopolis yeah but for me I walked down the street and I see like people from kindergarten really yeah yeah and the the same ladies who worked at the bakery when when my mother would take me when I take my son they're still there. Oh that's wonderful yeah zone. Did you grow up in. I grew up in the west side and you go Sam. Oh no you didn't I went to high school. Who Guy was that traumatic? No it wasn't it was it. It's okay because of course from someone that's from Michigan Monica from Georgia. I think Beverly Hills Nine O. Two I think of guys driving Lamborghinis as a school huge mansions was all that in the mix now television television isn't always reality yeah which is gossip for one second. Did you have any famous classmates do ooh. Let's see so David Trimmer from friends older than I was and Nick Cage H was my brothers here all my let's just take a little second there so he's probably the reason I got into acting really. I am so fascinated with him. What an interesting human being? Do you remember him in your high school. I do remember him. You know I was a freshman when he was a senior so I didn't have any interaction with him but I definitely knew who he was. Okay yeah all right now. More mom and dad do totally not in the business. My Dad was a stockbroker and my mom was a travel agent. Yeah you guys got to travel done. When you're younger it means that my mom and dad traveled we did travel though because they often right they'll have travel agents come for free just to give their stamp of approval? Yes trips and my mother would go like familiarization trips. I think it stands for straight to family. I wish so yes. She's been everywhere to travel all she has wanderlust. Yes you know that would be a good partner for me every three days. I WanNa go somewhere else so does she. I think I should introduce you. You know who else does Ted Turner Earner. I watched a sixty minutes segment on him. Jane Fonda said the hardest part about being married to him. was that every three days he's like all right. Let's get on the plane and go somewhere else. I gotTA GET OUTTA here. I can really relate to that now. Did you go directly from Beverly Hills high to Yale. I did okay. I can't imagine you know a lot about Monica and I we've invented a term called UNI file. We are unique files. We really like vs fancy schools. We're kind of obsessed with fancy schools and in Beverly Hills high on top hop of it that's kind of a one to this but yell and then ultimately Stanford Right so I started yelling at my first two years there and then I transferred to Stanford because I got a job working doing motion picture publicity for paramount for the college demographic in the bay area so I had to be the bay area so I laughed so did you have interest in the movie business but I did. I worked after college. I worked in the entertainment business doing what well. I was an assistant at an agency right trial by fire and then I did film development and then moved over to NBC and I was a baby aby executive at NBC the year that E. R. and friends both premier must see TV that was when must see tv was what a timeout now Monica's religion is obsessed with David Trimmer coming. I know who passed that but I felt got it. He plays a he's a reoccurring theme in your life. Yeah I hope somebody I guess I'm wondering how you would get from that on on that trajectory to then psychology and yeah yeah. It's a really non linear path but I think it makes sense in retrospect. I think everything that I've done God has to do with story and the human condition and so when I was working in Hollywood it was all I love story. That was why I wanted to do it. I unloved these rich human stories and when I was working on Er we had this consultant on the show who is an actual er doc and he would you know help choreograph choreograph the trauma basins and make sure that they were accurate. Sometimes we wouldn't always put a mask on George Clooney because why do you WANNA cover that face rory but everything was really really accurate on that show I mean that was because of Joe and I would spend some time in the Er with him and beyond one point he said to me. I think you like it better here than you like your job and I just I love the Er because nobody ends up in an er because something was expected. it's kind of an inflection point in people's lives when you just see people come in and they're they are and so while the show was you know great in terms of really really capturing this this human experience I think seeing it in real life was really fascinating to me and so I did go to medical school so I left. NBC I went to Stanford Stanford from a backup to Stanford to medical school. I don't know if that fits into your obsession with yeah. You're.

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