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Boston Celtics hold-off Wizards to earn fourth straight win
"14 of 27 shots to power the short handed Celtics, who were without Tristin Thompson, Grant Williams and Robert Williams. The trio is sideline and covert 19 Health and safety protocol for the next seven days. Meanwhile, Kemba Walker has been cleared to begin practicing. He hasn't played this season after receiving a stem cell injection in his left knee
Tatum has 32 to help Celtics hold off Beal, Wizards 116-107
"Jayson Tatum shot fourteen of twenty seven while scoring thirty two points in Boston's fourth straight win one sixteen one oh seven over the wizards Jaylen brown had twenty seven points and thirteen rebounds for the seventy three Celtics who played without Tristan Thompson grant Williams and Robert Williams due to covet nineteen safety protocol Bradley Beal had forty one points and eight rebounds for the wizards one game after tying the franchise record with sixty points against the seventy Sixers the Celtics led by as many as twenty eight in the third quarter but Washington pulled within ninety nine ninety five before falling to two one seven I'm Dave Ferrie
Three Boston Celtics Face 7-Day Quarantine Due To ‘Health & Safety Protocols’
"Players are facing 70 quarantines because of health and safety protocols. WBZ TV reporting. Kristin Thompson, Robert Williams and Grant Williams all evolving, ruled out for tonight's game and face a seven day a quarantine. Robert Williams, among one of the players was three only one to test positive for Coronavirus and has been asymptomatic. The other players are out because of contact tracing.
Is Tatum On A Path To Win Mvp This Year?
"I love most about this game. All of Hayden's minutes was easy, right? Like before was wide open. He could just walk to the basket. He could pull up cuz guys are stretched back. Like they just put great lineups out there to complement and then I got to say this there's a path this year the Jayson Tatum winning MVP there really is I mean, you look at the on-off numbers you think of off the team looks like offensively without them with him. I think it's up to close to nineteen points per 100 possessions a different in the team's net rating on the floor versus off the floor you think of how injured the team and they could be a two seed, you know, maybe a one seed probably a to seat is more likely and all of a sudden you have a pretty good narrative their Jayson Tatum save this team while they were horrible than injured. They ended up having a great year and look at what does he have two game winning shots and eight games now at that rate he has a pretty good narrative there. Now, there's always going to be a ton of competition, but is he at least job? Picture guys, I don't even think you can deny
Who Were The Top Celtics Players Against The Raptors?
"Think to some degree it's all about where you're getting paid. Mm and where you're maximizing is minutes on a night like tonight where you get that twenty one from him in a second with that line up with Richard alongside him. Like that's all you need to seal a game, right? And again, you gotta talk about it. I mean you had that you had the second quarter run down thirty eight to fourteen. What happened in that quarter Jason Tatum, of course happened, okay, everything else falls off of that but Taylor matters forty squares 26 in the first half twenty one and that second-quarter loss. That was basically a 13 free throws. Most of those came early as well. So that was ridiculous. He was just heading and heading towards the basket and getting the calls but off of that Grant Williams played the entire second job. For 12 minutes finished a plus 24 and that second-quarter. You saw a lot more Pritchard in there. You didn't see the double Biggs come back out. It was again a lot of those a lot of the players that were playing better and who played the most minutes were all in that action in that second quarter and that's where they put the game away. That was that was I mean that was perjured. That was Jason. That was Jalen that's you know, that was and those are going to be the guys that you're going to find yourself talking
Who Should The Celtics Be Playing In Their Starting Lineup?
"We really should be focusing about the the best five guys that play together down the stretch. I mean it didn't matter tonight because it was they blew the doors off them, but you don't want to go down big game because you're starting the wrong guy, right but it's not even it's not even the where you're playing the guys you're looking at the guys who played the most minutes and tonight. It was Jalen Jason semi-gloss Pritchard and there are you guys and then it was actually Grant and it's hard to argue that those weren't your five best players. Right. Well, yeah. Those are your five best players tonight. We're Tatum Brown Richard Richard Grant Williams. Semi ojeleye, and they played the most minutes. So you're right at the end of the day. They did lean on the players that are playing best for
The Celtics’ starting lineup has to bear down and show more effort
"Stick with the starting five cuz there's two things that that stood out to me, which I which I like to do when they when this is running smoothly. You can see the the benefits of having those two bigs double screen on Marcus Smart penetrate in had options, whether it has a a contested layup which you did make by the way because it's numbers heading into this one did not look good in the pain shooting wise all all around but block the number that the the shooting numbers in the Ping is what concerned me the most Marcus has to hit those shots and if he doesn't he has those guys to rebound but you also have options at the corners or at the wing positions for for open looks you know, who wage that need to knock those shots down Jalen weather is Jaylen or or Tatum. I mean, it's when the offense when that when it runs smoothly and that way it looks great. Another thing too when theis is knocking down and whether the 3 or the mid-range then all of a sudden they're a tougher team to to guard but it's just the inconsistency you're getting from Tice. You're not quite sure what you're working. So this is the point we we made wage. To the last game it's going to be that fifth guy in with the starting lineup Brant was not an option and he struggled and the latest stretch of that game is a -15 for a hundred to start this game and we're all asking. Could it be Nesmith should it be I don't know maybe it is tight forward spot, but send me notes really comes out in this one and I'm going to keep hyping them up whenever he shows us something page. You are looking forward to raise. This is the game not great defensively but gives you a little more often and grants and giving you he might be the best you have in terms of a clothing line up here.
The Celtics need a steady hand in the 4th quarter
"Goes back to what we've been talking about all season. Who's that V man in the lineup to close a game? We haven't been high on Grant and still he's the best option that they have at that spot as a fifth option. And when the Pistons do they sealed the lane. The ball out of Brown and his hands I didn't think any don't lie shot. I thought was bad down. The stretch was smart. Spoke with sixteen seconds left and even that was kind of in Rhythm off a pass, but they they produce some good shots down the stretch. The problem is they went down twenty one and probably were a little dead tend this game. But who's gonna be your fifth reliable option when they get the ball out of Tatum's hands when they get the vitamins hands. They still don't have one that's going to be a big part of surviving early this year's, you know, finding a steady hand who can hit those open shots
Rob Williams is killing it right now
"Second straight night. Rub williams clamoring for him to start. I didn't think that was going to happen. But with thompson out it made sense. They weren't going to go with the two big lineup. They started teague we even theorized maybe pritchett started teague again. Played a good game. Bob is gonna have to apologize for that and a little bit. Couple shocking gene goes. I mean look at this. I mean we're not talking about teague. I'm just kidding. Saw four points. He was feisty So rob william steals again insanely efficient minutes again and it's now it's literally everything i mean short of a jumper which doesn't have even though when he does take in his form looks perfectly fine when he's forced to in his free throws stroke looks actually pretty good but again the playmaking is unreal for this guy on offense and again ofo is something all of it. There's so many. He had so many almost assists tonight As well he was he just has great vision. He such an asset. And everyone's talking about you know I mean right now. There's a real conversation to be. There's two conversations be. We're going to start with one and ep. Is he the best player in the league question. No real but questioned one again. We we've always said at the beginning it's going to be a matchup specific sort of thing with these guys you depending on. Who's out there. I don't know that that's the case anymore. Tell me a situation where you don't feel like rob williams can be on the floor right now. Well anthony davis was one that bobby mentioned earlier. Well hey anthony but are we going to have those dogs burger bowl kierra. Opponents joel embiid. You'd rather not have him yet. Isolated on and you. Don't that happen. Yeah so like there's a few but you're right if you have him with the starters with the regulars on this team who can help them out on the defensive end when he needs it and of course empower on offense. It also goes back the other way. We talked about this last night. The secondary passing the diving to the rim. I would they keep talking about on the broadcast tonight. Stevens keep saying the vertical gravity up the posed. The guys back toward the rim. Because it's like the opposite loose all the new stat. Will they love it. Well the game. This is what. I thought about last year two with that team. That was so poll. Pappy if you had the sky diving off all those po ups like it just basket after basket for him easily. Because of how efficient is how high above the rim gets. It's just the one thing that still missing is that switching at the perimeter. Play getting out on shooters that can devastate you. The way game swing on threes. I still see why. Brad has that little bit of hesitancy with them their raving everything else is there and the term is role gravity. The kids love it okay. I'm old gravity. Yeah we're just bond you on the league leaders by tomo by tomorrow. But i mean basically. It's you're so you're so concerned the same way shooter will draw attention on the floor. He's going to draw it because everybody's freaking out when he's rolling because no one wants to get no one wants to get it thrown down. You have to account for it. You're not gonna you're running. That role with grant williams. There's no fear you run it with rob williamsburg like whoa and everybody's gotta worry and it. Does you can see the defense. Start to tense up. Every single time they run the high pick and roll and he starts to move. It does kind of draw a lot of attention. You saw few times tonight where it was kind of packed in because everyone's like oh they're going up and over me here in his ability to just go up and get it and just frigging ram it down you know. Nobody wants to be in that position so it does Open things up there and it does of it causes the defense to
"grant williams" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"Bitcoin say what is wanted as a finite stock of something that can't be replicated through government intrusion and a something that is truly modern and its use like that and so cryptocurrencies. Answer some of your concerns about the next thing to happen to be honest. I haven't thought as much about crypto currencies. Low should have done. But i guess the thing that strikes me and i mean did a number of years ago. I know it's all very well to say that in some longer term sense bitcoin keeps its value in terms of purchasing power. Because there's a limited number of things that are there's a limited number of them that are going to be produced but we know already. I think there's hundreds of these cryptocurrencies out there. So then the question becomes. Have you got something that is in short supply and therefore maintains its value. You got something that is easily substitute -able by something else Which of course is the problem that we've got with money as we define it at the moment is that there are so many different ways in which you can create stuff that looks like money in acts like money in which was the death of monetary targeting renew. Remember that back in the nineteen seventies. several intimate. Bank of canada is very occupied very much preoccupied that to ever shift adjusted m one be the set had left through these hoops to define effort. Bore narrowly relevant montreal aggregates. every friday. at four o'clock the dow jones pell would sing ring announcing some significant thursday or friday announcing some benchley important piece of news from on through. We've set height a or b risen fourteen dougy dot subsequently be revised to client fourteen dollars. How many angels. How many angels. I did a big piece for the bank of canada. Back around. Nineteen seventy six. Seventy seven on monetary aggregates in there estimating demand for money functions different aggregates and different set of instruments to control them. But somebody reviewed. It can't remember who and they said. Mr wage has done everything with this data except taken down to the basement and beat it with a river host. But it's the same kind. It's the same kind of thing you know you do. A million regressions to get one that satisfies all the tests and it was only later that i sort of realized i mean it's the same kind of thing as the analytical foundations of central banking. It was only later that i realized that it was an empirical farce. If you keep on you know like view bull on doing regressions lineup. you'll come up with one. That satisfied is every possible criterion..
"grant williams" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"In the wake of the speculative bubble that was egged on to very low interest rates so we observed that low interest rates. 'cause people aren't too strange things it's money. Under the influence. So abusive substance this bit of non quantified homely folk wisdom seems to have eluded the formidable intelligence that run our monetary institutions and. I wanna why. I gotta know why bill i am. I mean you you. You know this as well as i go back to people like thomas kuhn in theory of scientific revolutions where he talks about paradigm shift and how difficult it is even in the realm of science to get a paradigm shift and Darnell darwin spent ten years before he was prepared to To to publish copernicus death bat in both instances it was because of concern about what right thinking people would think paradigm are hard to shift in whatever area and our difficulty is we have a paradigm which needs to shape but getting. That shift is proving. Well i've been battling my you know bump my head against this now for twenty five years so i know how hard it is to change people's views. What is canadian doing in the business of monetary. Trouble i ask this. Because video banks shamelessly do not fail some with this down. Flake matic national calvin which is predominantly hats. It's a it's it's a. it's a conceit of the. Spank more americans but bray hammond Shameless famous to me author of marble spanks banking and politics in america from the revolution of the civil war. Devotes a chapter. Canadian does to canadian. Banking new points out that has tended to be oligarchy has has been politics catalog of courses. Sometimes acadians are more royal house of windsor and there there ever so few banks in canada and still fewer failures. So my question to you is. What are the canadians doing. we're not doing. And why has the canadian. Fumbles to thank ceilings. Well i. I'm not sure that that's the case i i do. Think that there's more attention being paid Particularly in the light of the pandemic but but but even before to the question of resilience and the sustainability of systems. That efficiency isn't everything and this is where you get into some tricky stuff when it comes to banking because It may well be that a degree of consolidation that allows a competition but nevertheless a level of profits. That can be ploughed back into sort of higher capital in greater resilience as got something to say for itself Whether the canadians have got it exactly right. Because they're they're they're always is a essential trade off between efficiency now and resiliency going forward whether they've got the optimal position that i'm not in a position to say. But certainly there's something there's something to be said for For that range of territory bill. We're looking some really rooting for the year. Two thousand and twenty one hardly worse but next year brings three if you ask me..
"grant williams" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"Here's your batting average. It's two-thirds what did you expect. What do the central bankers expect. The fed has seven hundred something. The i know you're a phd. I don't mean to disparage title. These people have not Has heard once or twice about since on intended consequences business and yet they persist in Administering the most critical certainly Consequential rated capitalism basic rate of interest price control of context. So i question you is. What do they expect when they manipulate this. Most consequential trice and generate behavior that they deplore in their speeches nonetheless egg on in their actions. What do the expert. We'll i've been around this community now for pretty close on fifty years in. Let me assure you that. Most of the people that you're talking about are enormously smart. People in their hearts are in the right place and they're wanting to do good.
Boston Celtics Hopeful That Tristan Thompson Will Play Opening Night Vs. Bucks
"But the celtics. I think one thing that if the celtics can get everybody healthy on the floor This team can really look forward to is how good this defense can be when everybody's healthy and able to play. I think tristan thompson was actually a fairly strong acquisition in the offseason especially for that price point. And i think there's gonna be some nights where marcus smart jalen brown. Jason tatum grant williams and tristan thompson. Make life very very difficult for opposing teams. So at its peak. I think this team can be really dangerous and potentially vinyls worthy. Everything breaks the right way. But i do think the beginning of the season is going to tell us a lot about the squad. Some pretty rough night's early on where we are playing a lot of young dudes lot of unproven dudes and we're not going to be completely healthy
"grant williams" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast
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"grant williams" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast
"The grad transfer in each month The new other transfer Victor Bailey who I've heard a lot of good things about and I think that they're just going to have a lot of Edge on a lot of a lot of teams because they're not they're not as deep as we are often and in college that's huge because you can get away with having a non-shooter on the core and non this Stat or whatever. But to to lose depth is is hard when you play Five Guys or six guys at a top-level team like you they wear out over the course of the game versus you have eight or nine. Like remember we play Gonzaga the last year we were both pretty deep team. So it was a very competitive game same with those Kentucky Auburn life. Like you look at the crossroads teams, no matter if they were Pros or not. They were deep all the way down like the nightman tenth man. So I think that's what's going to separate Tennessee. I think they can really crack that top 10 sooner than you may think. Oh, I noticed you were very quick to congratulate those Richmond Spiders for their victory over the wild. It's a little love. Love to Mooney left to notice that tweet. Yeah. Yep. Congrats to Richmond. My dad my dad posted the photo of my visit to Richmond because money was there was my recruiter and everything like that. So I was retweeted bird and retweeted the wind but I'll also retweeted. We gotta give a little bit of credit to the the post box and see he was talking about how Kentucky all young so they always lose in the began a year-long. Yes and then win but it feels a little good hypnotic. Very good. Yeah, it feels a little bit of being in Tennessee guys being able to say that, you know Richmond kick me, but but I'm sure you'll get upset when Kentucky loses not at all. But I have a friend on there now. So Terrence Clarke, I gotta give them a little bit of love in his right a little a lot right out of his that's one of his guys so long Terraces good dude, as well as Olivier SARS friends of Eva, Tennessee. So I've got show a lot of supports those two guys, but outside of that still want to keep talking about the same thing on Kentucky even log Year and a lot in the past is they've got all these athletic dudes who can really play. They haven't had a ton of like elite-level Shooters. Yeah, that's something they'll always be a crush for them because they have the ability to pound you on the glass and ability to defend stuff like that. But you're dealing with a lot of one-and-done. So typically you're going to have to you can't really get still that over for you. You you don't still month or two or three years like you would still your philosophies and stuff like that having someone buy into defense and rebounding officer rebounding it's difficult like to for anyone especially if they're coming to be one of the top 50 recruits ins and Out in the Country. So I think coach cloud is a great job of getting those guys towards special towards the end of the year of.
"grant williams" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast
"So tell me as you enter your to how differently you feel and you know what it's done for your car. Everything else going knowing with you've got this one year belt. Hey, you definitely are a little bit more confident, you know what to expect then you're this doing against new guys. So training camps going to be exciting because last season it was me go. I was excited because I was like my dad see with innocence like like in this cancer is like a like a tremendous offensive rebounder. Just went to the West Conference Finals. Well, seeing j t and those guys and action and log Outside go I could see what Tristan Thompson and NBA champion and another phenomenal rebounder and and all the guys that I know as well as a deputy who's an All-Star Game of Quake Dynamic athletic point guard and just the rookies as well. I put on playing one-on-one with those guys when I when they first got here like seeing how talented they were and and beside it's just like you're more concrete stepping into it, you know the system you're not worried about having all these different things. You have a place to stay. So it's definitely more so a little bit of comfort towards it and you kind of just got approached it and and hopefully you'll improve as time goes on. What's it like right now? I mean again take me through since the season ended. Even how much time you you shut down or did you even really, you know, take off much time you guys had a lot of time off. Yeah, you might be better. I took like four days three days, maybe but then I just got right back to it. Just now. I just work it out, but basketball you suck in that time. You've had to find where you could go and honestly now it's more so like we're getting used to this regulations of the league of individuals or first couple of days due to Thanksgiving and guys travelling back and make sure everyone's negative testing wise, but once we're able to start doing team stuff and we can have access to our facility and then it's full-on run and we playing think about it. We play and 14 days off of 13 days or less than that. So crazy to be prepared for that within the next two weeks. It's it's not really playing any quote bad team. We're playing Philadelphia. Yep. So we're starting off out the gate planning us two of the top teams in the league. So it's definitely going to be interesting to see how these these next couple weeks ago. Yeah, you're going to have a lot of trouble memory your homework assignments going to be memorizing the 60,000 word memo the league sent out about the code for protocol course. Yeah. See it's going to come to you. I know mm. Okay, go ahead. What's on page? Forty-two? I said this I said I can be in charge of certain things like parts of it, but like don't you know the full sheet I leave that Mike zarren in those guys. They can take they can take care of all that and will condense it. Is there enough there. We'll get it down. There will make make it a spread sheet or or PowerPoint. Very true. Very true. He'll off and then he'll then he'll write the league with what he thinks. That should be right. What should prove actually no doubt. No doubt. All right. So you're Tennessee Vols we have to get on before we moved. We wrap this soon. I got him ranked twentieth in the preseason. Everybody's killing me every is like what 20th? They should be 10:00, I no. Listen. I know I've heard how good for me Kimmy English. Johnson. Jaden Springer are no they get your boy full key back Yves pons back, you know, hopefully Josiah has a better better sophomore season..
"grant williams" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast
"Like there's things I'll do like I remember this one time where we're in the bubble how long kept towels when we can test them and not many. I feel like there's not many guys who want to do that. But with me I was just doing it he'd say he told you he said tell Grant shut the Avante what pulled me over to them. You want to tell me? Oh, yeah, you know not going to set up so definitely definitely my dude. I think they put me next. So for that reason, uh, because we just goof off and he knows that everything got to talk to him about his coming from the heart and genuine. So and I'm hopefully hopefully I can be uncle off. Grant the little dudes, but I don't know from there. Yeah. I don't know if I'm close enough for that. You gotta go a little little longer little longer pick up a long process to get there. But you know, like we're we're you gotta find out all she gotta do is find out like what is Deus like the candy whatever it is. That's how you gotta do it. I mean this isn't that hard right? It's to write so or three, I think it's 3 now, now yeah, so one more guy who got to ask you about because she's an interesting person as well. And that is Jaylen Brown and and we even start with the with social activism with start with that and with how he's inspired him or or you know, kind of led the way on your ballclub. Yeah, JB's a phenomenal mind. He's a person that challenges. I can kind of feel like everything that's established and and it's something that you kind of respect about him because it's the truth like some things that have been around and you may not have think even thought about once and next. You know, you should start deep deeply thinking because you're around JB you're like wow, like he's a creative creative person and no wonder he's so intelligent. No wonder he picks up information so well and something that I definitely respect about him and his activism. He's a person that stands up and isn't afraid of how it affects him. It's bigger than him and I think that's a tremendous credit to now how it was raised but also the humor that comes with it and let's just say JB's one of those guys where you kind of just hates always been open about his his knowledge just mental side of knowledge of mental health and I'm kind of have a full-on respect for him as a player and I think he has that respect across the league..
"grant williams" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast
"Obviously right now we talked to Brad last week in he pretty much said without saying it that he's probably not going to be ready or he doesn't think he's going to be ready maybe for the start of the season. So how hard is this watching Kemba in the bubble not being probably a hundred percent in same thing kind of getting over this this knee issue. Honestly, it shows his heart. It shows like for all the fans that were crushing them and stuff like that. Like I just never really understand that because for one that I'm a personal choice for 2 to have a player that he pees has shown that he has be he stepped up in games and we do too but you definitely can can like ask Brad was basically saying like you can definitely tell him a missed a couple couple a little break time, but I know that he's a fighter. I know he's going to get back to who he is and she'll she'll approve the world of why he was considered one top point guards in the league. If not like arguably one of the top dog. Three or four so I'm just super super stoked for him and hit his process and excited to have him back. But I know that when we're in a bubble like a step up around him and it wasn't wasn't just it wasn't Campbell's fall. It wasn't anybody's fault one individually. Like we had got guys were banged up Gordon at his ankle thing, but that can't discredit the Miami team. They did beat us and they're dead talented group of young players. So I'm excited to see how this this legal move moving forward NFL football continues on this week, which has a few surprise teams at the top of the standings. You might not get a game this year, but you could still be in on the action at BetOnline no matter how schedules change or players that play bet online is going the extra mile to make sure that you can get in at every game this season with the fastest updated odds in the industry. They're always more options to wager than anywhere else on BetOnline had a bad online online today and take advantage of all the great mid-song. Bonuses offers and contests been online your online Sportsbook experts..
"grant williams" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast
"Which opponent when I played a in the first time he had he brought definitely schooled me a couple couple of ways. Khris Middleton was the first guy to save that messed me up at the next game. I thought I did well against him but Chris Mills him for sure and then LeBron LeBron because LeBron and next you know, he made a pass white LeBron. That's a guy in La. Yes that some guy no way. I don't know. Yeah so next to you know, where he's in a quarter and he made a pass at Kyle kuzma. I remember it to this day where he was getting double-teamed cuz he just spent on the Baseline there. They got the base. I was right to his side. He made a right-handed like footpaths across the court at full pace and not directly in his pocket and I was like, okay that's how you know, his ability is just there. I would not I don't know if anyone else can make that past with the distress that was there as well as the amount of time on a clock like Club. One of your like oh my goodness. Those are probably the three outs say say have me like on a wow moments and one more question for me. For sure for the record. How tall are you home for the record? I am six six in my opinion people can say six seven do two shoes. But six six is the is the height that I would probably go with just because it's the honest height just keeping that in mind people when they put them up the guard Joel embiid. Yes and which they do I've got I've got it down everything from six 3 to like six eight. I'm like, where is this Heist coming from but for you? All right, so we got the height. I want to know the verts good. What's the verb the vert beer? You know, it's a smooth smooth 52. That's something that I jump out to gyms where people tell me God. Oh, no, I got compared to Jordan ones that Sky across there but since I haven't I haven't done vertical in forever, but let's just say it's not as high as you may think but I definitely blocked shots so it works out that's that's I just say let's just let's go with that. Yeah standing reach you got you here long will give you any will give me links. Yeah, we'll give me will give me links and ability to change the shot. No doubt. No doubt. All right, let's go a couple of things. Let's start with Gordon. Let's start with Gordon and and how much his loss will affect this team going forward and how how long will well Gordon's a great person even better player and we're definitely miss him as in terms of karate. He brings brings nice little off-beat personality where it's like he's not super talkative, but he's not quiet and then you respect what he says. He's like deep voice and so we'll definitely miss that we're definitely off. Place values a guy that led the second unit. He was a guy even the first, you know, when he was when he was going. So we're going to miss him but I think that it creates opportunities for a lot of guys on his team to walk step up and perform and show I guess what they what they can and and and open up opportunities for myself Romeo the new new guys as well as bearing Nesmith and those guys and maybe expand Smith a little bit as well. So I think we're in a good spot..
"grant williams" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast
"The chemistry of the team to baptist, so thank you. That's my hopefully, let's keep that up and have a great year moving forward. You still listen to Coltrane before a game? Oh, yeah, I listen to new edition. I was it everybody. I'm I'm a culture and Coltrane is probably for my grandfather. Actually. He just sent me home with home. Where is it? It's my gifts my bag. I'll be right back. You sent me home with here we go. Some sheet music culture and best one of his best Giant Steps. I know that's your old standby. Yes. Exactly. So he sent me to send it back and said give it a taco cuz I know Taco wants to learn how to play and yeah, so he send me back with giant steps and he says you could sing too along to him. I'm not about to sing with you guys, but birth birthday, so I'll I'll feel inclined. All right back with you off the hook. Brian McKnight's Moody's Mood for Love. That's another issue. So those are the two that I have here with my little keyboards is signed me and hopefully I can learn how to play both of these to a high level by dinnertime. You mean by right home but their time maybe not but I hope hopefully by breakfast maybe okay, that's fair enough. I hold you to that comes right hold you to that. You want Taco still doing your podcast. You can do nothing this. Yep. Yes, that's the plan. So right now we're actually in the process of basically against negotiation. So like we're seeing how it goes covid-19 kind of shut a lot of stuff down but we're definitely excited trying to try we actually have a lot of equipment now, so we're going to be hopefully get it wrong stepping it up rice which on-court skill of any of your teammates Dazzle Duty ghosts and on-court skill that dazzled me the most others other than teice blocking shots without looking at them. That's something that gets me every time or he'd like turns have just jumps and it would like for some reason get the ball, but I feel like just Jason's flow to his game like he has a nice Pace where you kind of just kind of took it looks like he's dancing on the court and it's like boom boom buying back behind the back next to you know, he's off to the side a little slick side step and the three is up or even just jealous athleticism dead. Kemba's boss kills another thing like something where I guess maybe it's a vantage being lower to the ground. I I kind of give them to that immature might have a little hitch where they can be like hesitate and come off. But the way the heat is he'll come down have the ball in the ground. On a dime and he'll close out and you almost fall and he'll go bye-bye. So those those three are exactly the ones and then I miss Gordon because of his ability to now and just see the cord and just build a game. He's he's one of those guys where like, he made most deceptively athletic but the same time it looked like he was just kind of playing a game and I find those four definitely have each where something's at Meijer. Okay, which opponent made you go? Oh my.
"grant williams" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast
"I feel like I'll be able to defend put me on a center. I should be able to hold my own something that I guess I have to make a mark up my whole career. There's not many guys has been the league that can really say they can do that and I feel like I proven that I can do it at spurts but being to do that consistently if something change If you can expand on well, not only hopefully keep you in the league but also do a good job of helping you perform and and be able to be a key vital player. So I think that's something that they may need. They may ask me to them here for whatever the coach needs or or wants. So honestly if they if they choose to and say hey gargoyle and be then go guard Ben Simmons and go guard that Curry. I guess I could do it all you're not complaining you never do. I mean that's you can't right. I mean you do whatever they ask you to do. We have Brad on the on the podcast last week and I'm kind of made fun of them to some degree over the fact that he would let Bob shoot threes. If Bob was on the team, I mean everybody has the green light. How how is it to play for a guy like that off because not every coach is that way? Oh for sure. He encourages you to help the team by not only making those shots because when you make them it creates not only spacing birth. Other guys to do what they really are really good at and it also allows you to stick on the court because you Can Knockdown open 3 even a contestant 3 and it's hard to do in this league the line little bit further and change something that you can set and make your mark in your career. So it's encouraging to have a person who encouraged you and try to support you and and keeps you keeps your head up no matter what's going through..
"grant williams" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast
"So we actually might have a new and improved roster. Let's just say when it comes to Catan. Is there any Trash Talk possibility Brewing back to you and Aaron? Oh, absolutely. I definitely trashed often when the first day you got here. We were rolling around everyone didn't realize that. Yeah, they didn't know that that game was against Arabs. Like I said, that's why on Twitter the first I think someone tweeted at me saying take care of Aaron yadda, Tennessee fam yada yada and I'll make sure to all 43 points of it as a chef and I'm a tease her about all the time. He's like, well you guys know if one that one and I'm just like hey we we did we living room or in the country. So what do you think now that we got you talking about him for a minute. I mean you saw his freshman year man in this past year. I only played about half the season but man, he shoot the hell out of it. Yeah. He's he has a rag see what they say nowadays. I guess he can shoot the piss out the ball shoots with the scenes about the seam. You can throw it to him is feeding probably kick it in. So I'm excited to see how much that helps us as a team. Game because I guess that's something that guys thought felt that we were lacking last season and being able to have that threat from the outside the lethal threat the way he is especially move off movement off of his as he self-proclaimed best shooter in the draft. So I'm I'm with it. Listen. I'm not arguing with that. I said the same thing listen when you shoot 52% from 3 or whatever he did even in 14-15 games have to do eleven attempts wasn't like it was like 6 or 3 attempts of game who was right was up there. So I'm excited to actually see him in action. We're not allowed to do much as a group right now, but seeing him just dead spot shooting and shooting off the move and stuff that he's doing his work house. I'm been super impressed with him and Peyton so far how you show him tape..
"grant williams" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Challenge the play because it disqualifies Lowry now with 35.4 seconds remaining. Kemba Walker with an excellent play college, Lowry got caught. He actually, he and Grant Williams were hooked up. Grant Williams caught the ball. And Lowry's arm remained on top of Grant Williams when Grant Williams went up really an easy call for the officials. I understand why Nick challenged it. Toronto pulled within two at 1 21 left, and now Grant Williams at the line to our right. First free throw No gun at worst year the Raptors will be down three with 35 seconds to go. Boston has not scored in the last three minutes. Second free throw for Williams. Mr. Trying to get the rebound is found Norman power while he went down hard to gets up, hop back up bonus free throws down on the loose ball foul. Neither of those free throws even closer on the second one was so deep went itself to a deep rebounds. Jason Tatum He's going in to get it literally by the dotted line. Norman apologised reached up and grabbed the Celtics were 52.6% is a team from the free throw line. First free throw three point lead for Boston, 90 to 87 34.9 seconds away. First point in what must seem like an eternity if you're a Boston Celtics fan, second one short rebounded by an unbelievable two stories. This free throw from Boston turnover for the Raptors and the Vanvleet drives to the right wing. Gotta buy Brown. Restore the baseline tend to shoot comes back uphill Front court right 18 seconds to go. He wants to three is not going to drive it for three rises Angle. A three d well short may have been tipped by William's rebound, Boston 87 and a foul by an Obi and so now up by three bonus free throws for the Celtics. Walker will stride the line at the end of our right hand, has a chance to perhaps punch the ticket for the Eastern Conference finals. They had enough time when they first got it to go for a quick to play. But Fred Vanvleet was his mind was made up. He was going to take a three Kemba Walker with the chance again. I'm going to stop repeating myself. He's an 80% shooter. Boston Celtics 80% from the free throw line. Normally five of us Seven from the line in the 4th 1st 1 goes, though, for Walker that takes away that one possession situation. There is a timeout available for Knick nurse to available to the Celtics. 7.9 seconds left. Campbell Walker with 13 points make it 14, the leader's five for Boston. At a time on a call with 7.9 seconds remaining. That is Toronto's last five point game. Obviously Nick nurse will draw play. They need to have something quick. Doesn't matter whether it's a tour of 33 would be nice, but it has to be quick. They've got to put the ball in the basket. Stop the clock, and then they've got a pickup full court. Both teams are in the bonus that Wass Nick Nurses last time out. Brad Stephen Celtics have two time outs available. So both teams huddle up here. The Celtics trying to get to their third conference finals in the last four seasons, they would join Golden State in that club and get set to meet the Miami Heat. In a best of 7 1920 17. They hooked up with the Cavaliers 2018 a hook up with the Cavaliers, and they've got One leg up on hooking up with the Miami Heat in 2020, ESPN radio coverage of the NBA playoffs continues tomorrow night. Game five. Rockets Lakers coverage begins at 7 30 Eastern with Mark And PJ Callisto. Right here on your own home for the NBA playoffs. ESPN radio in the ESPN APP Brad Stevens is telling his guys do not fall under any circumstances. If the ball goes through, go to take it out of bounds. If somebody's wide open, inbounded, If not, we'll take a time out in advance the ball, Sir Jim back on the floor. At the oboes. Herewith Siaca man, and nobody will be the trigger man sidelined, right? Jalen Brown, the defender backs off family comes up top pass over the top by going left turn shoots for three wing left. That's an air ball. It's safe out of bounds into a Baka shoots off the glass. No good, and that's it. The Boston Celtics. Have one Game seven and the Siri's and we'll head to the Eastern Conference finals. Final stores. Celtics 92 Raptors 87. I don't know if it's normally a verb that issues with the team that won the Siri's Boston survived. They survived. Somehow, some way they found a way to cut through no question. Both.
How to Do Financial Planning
"You hear someone share a logical view of disastrous things that could happen. We always have to step back and ask what other incentives. What is their business model? Do they have a newsletter that they're selling a subscription service? Are they selling books? That doesn't necessarily mean they have a conflict of interest, but we want to understand. What's their model? My model is I. Do a podcast and I have plus membership and one of the most important things that I do in that plus membership which I think, all individuals that are sharing their investment and financial views should do. Is Show their portfolio. Show me what you're holding in your portfolio. That's why this member could ask me. Why do I have so little invested in stocks which I'll get to in a few minutes? One of our challenges to figure out well. How do we potentially plan for catastrophic things that could happen, but may not and probably will not. I actually to a recent episode on the investors podcast with Luke Roman, and grant Williams. And one of the things that struck me is how frequently? They said they didn't know about specific things. They didn't know why. The dollar wasn't weakening or other events. Because we don't know. which gets to some of the shortcomings of traditional financial advisers? There are many terms for people that provide financial and investment advice, financial adviser, an inch of planner investment advisor. Is A lot of overlap? This member used the term financial adviser for the individual. He has had a relationship with for the past fifteen years. I'm not sure to what extent he's done. Financial Planning Buddies certainly has provided investment advice, which is what an investment advisor will do. Sometimes, financial planners provide investment advice. Now I am not a financial planner. I have never hired a financial planner I've managed assets for the clients of financial planners and I've spoken to many financial planners over the years and analyze the different financial planning software that they use. One of the smartest financial planners I know is a good friend of Mine Roger Whitney. He is the host of the retirement podcast retirement, answer, man and the agile financial planner podcast. Rogers spent more than twenty five years working with individuals over h fifty, helping them transition into retirement. Last December. He had extensive guest post on Michael kisses. Log Michael kisses is also a very well known financial planner. In that post, Roger contrasted traditional financial planning with what he has labeled agile financial planning. He described traditional. Financial Planning is where you ask the client to complete comprehensive questionnaires. And, then he says the visor takes the questionnaire up to the proverbial mountain, and eventually comes back down with the tablets, burdensome comprehensive plans often hundreds of pages long. And then the advisors sits down with the client for hours and reviews these binders and the recommendations and a multi step financial process. Then the client often takes these leather bound tomes as he said the plan and put it on the shelf. Check the mental box and ignore. Now obviously not all advisors do that. But that's often what happens. You Hire Advisor? They give you a plan, and then it becomes this document that sits there. He contrast that with Agile Financial Planning. True Financial Planning is no longer a product. It's a fluid. Never. Ending project focused on managing change. And the first principle is to accept uncertainty. To recognize as he writes financial planning precision does not equal more accuracy because the future is a novel. We talked about that last week. Investing is not knowing we just don't know. The basis of agile financial planning is to accept that we do not know. We're not sure what happened to markets taxes inflation. Our even our lives. And he mentioned that by accepting that frees up a lot of mental space that is focused on trying to predict accurately. What's going to happen in instead? We can focus on the new information that is coming as life unfolds and make small incremental decisions along the way. Little adjustments is how he puts it.
"grant williams" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
"That's right into my eyes. The Fed then confirmed that they were concerned about not only in the meeting minutes, but if you go to the mid April link put out sort of a quickly released, they might have even been on a Friday but the supplementary liquidity ratio metrics under either dodd-frank or Basel I always get confused even. Decade plus of banking regulations to make banks more safe, and to make liquidity in the banking ratios more Tang and they said look. We're going to temporarily suspend the S. L. Ours Treasuries. So that the banks can basically buy as many treasuries they want with effectively infinite leverage. It doesn't Ding the liquidity ratios when the banks by treasuries, and so you kind of look at this and okay great power competition that day unprompted treasuries and they're going. Use the banking system to help. Soak up this liquidity. Tomorrow is the quid pro quo is look I would love to be a bank and put you know, basically have no capital surcharge to buy a treasury and I clicked the coupon and away I go. That's it's not bad. You're making a positive spread right until yield her native and I don't think they'll ever be negative for us. Treasury bonds, but as long as yields are nominally positive. It's almost free money to the banks free nominal money. It's not free money on a real basis to these backs. Hey so what's going on the repo market because it looks like it's Ram backup now in the last couple of weeks. You remember back in two thousand seven there about eight paper in the will that knew what the tastes prayed was. Remember that right now. There's nine nine and it was like what's going on with. Nothing nothing to see here, and we saw those lips and the tests, but everyone I knew that was involved. That market was like this is serious, right? This doesn't happen. That shouldn't have happened. This can't happen and I think the same thing, right? We had this crazy period and the fury, which everybody in a position to was saying this is nothing to worry about is perfectly normal. That tells you how big a problem it is, and these things do. The Ted spread quietened down originally until it just went off the reservation and I. Think the same with the repo market, the stresses there was happened in the real world away from equity markets with seeing that erosion of trust again that we saw. In. The counterparties on shore? What's going on and they? They want to hold their cash and they. Only do business with people that convinced I can do business with and the only person who's GonNa. Be Out of step into. This is going to be the fake, and they will to what we've been saying all along in this conversation. They will buy anything print anything. Do anything whatever they have to do. Because I think looks right I think they realize now that the gun is to the head. And every single chicken that patch coming home to roost at the same time. And so if they don't step in now and do quote unquote whatever it takes this thing over in a hurry, and I guess to their credit in some way. I think they realized this and I think they understand how bad a situation in which tells me they will come up with all kinds of Christ look even talking about yield curve control, right which I mean. I'm sure has to happen at some point and. I think it's right I think later this year. You'll probably see that bay against dependent on recovery. I think it's dependent on their second wave and number two things that I granted that your point earlier on just what's happened in the real economy I thought was a really good one. which was you the seven eight crisis? It was sort of these esoteric security instruments that were we knew what was going on in housing, and we could put the non run housing right, which was originally sixty billion, then it was eighty billion, and then when they got really crazy, and made it one hundred, twenty, billion in losses or something right, which by the end of the crisis was adorable league. In terms of the number, because we didn't know what was sort of behind the scenes with all this stuff, whereas now when you talk about the counterparty risk, and what these banks have to be thinking, you see headlines go by were. Awesome today where a quarter of commercial landlords got paid in full in the last month and a half or two months right, so no that business where that's by nature that's a debt of business that runs tens of leverage right. They put down ten percent equity and so. If, you don't get paid ten percent a year. You break, even if you're not getting paid twenty percent, you're losing my, so there's just this great degree of uncertainty in the real economy. Right out in the open very easily easy to see and that just, and then we moved into a quarter end with rebuil-. Anyway, which has sort of been a hot. Point as sort of each quarter ran as banks or window-dressing or chewing up books. However, you want to phrase it. You know it's a really good point, just real world. You haven't had this ability. We'll look at the stock market and the stock market is supposed to reflect economic reality. What really you need to do right now is be out on. The street took in business owners to get a real sense for how bad this is. Because we come. They're all closed. He can't even go into the store and took. These guys say hey. Hey look you know what's one of the things like on the ground? We've got the PP that will roll off at some point I'm sure they're gonNA have to re up with that. Because the effect that's going to have on the unemployment numbers so that that real economy is totally being masked by the stock market performance and the disparity between the two so extreme. And dacoven thing basically got them there and I think the social unrest has gotten narrated were basically into. You know no long for a longtime in our careers. Central Bank policy was seen as a dial right. We can dial it out below. We can dial stocks to the moon. The world's This was sort of always going to be where it was going. I just think that the the greed. Severe this slowdown was basically probably pulled it forward. A couple years worth. This, going back a couple of years every couple of months you'd see an article talking about how fifty percent of Americans didn't have five hundred bucks for a surprise, auto bill or the fragility in the system, and how many people don't have any savings? How many companies have owned companies? There are in the SNP. It's in the hundreds which is crazy. We knew the. The system was fragile. We all knew that all the daters out. There has been swirling around for a couple of years. And now here we are right where all these fragile businesses have lost a quarter of their years revenue people have lost jobs. There was Deutsche Bank charter tonight at slot put up. Fifty percent of households have lost employment income in the US. And it doesn't matter which way you cut it understand the fragility of the balance sheet of Corporate America Household America and governmental America. If you understand the fragility and the numbers ruled there, then what's in the last three months doesn't get repaired by what repaid two thousand eight doesn't look so you just have to kind of sit here and deal with the madness and kind of maintain your focus on the end-game of this thing and look you know you do look what's out there in front is because what's funny is very very misleading and it's GonNa. Catch a lot of people I suspect. Given, the ridiculous amount of printing has happened this year. Gold is only up by eleven percent, and the S&P five hundred is trading gold, but only seven percent. Taking the circumstances into account wise gold, not taking off in this environment. The question with gold is always right, always why and then win the two questions that everybody wants to ask about gold. It's normally. Why is it not done X.? And when is it going to do what and if you look back a mid to late? February in the market cracked. You had this period the beginning where the stocks tumbling and goes I fully, and everyone's sitting there, saying the hill goes source, be going up lost my golden up performing, but there was a period there in the first couple of weeks You'll one ounce of gold thirty three percents more in terms of unit, so yes, pay in a ten day two week period so it. It did what it was supposed to do, and I think a lot of people get kind of hone smuggled by fixating on the price of gold and people talk about the price up and let you I would have expected the price to go higher, but when I look at it I. Look at all the other stuff that we've been talking about all the leaves Oh being pushed. Now there's four or five guys pushed on this lever to stop it spring in back..
Duke freshmen Williamson, Barrett top AP All-America team
"Duke freshman zion williamson and r._j. barrett head up the a._p. all american team tennessee's grant williams murray states jama rant and cassius winston out of This week. michigan Find state great round deals out the at first Walgreens team williamson now and barrett select varieties of wonderful the second pistachios freshmen and almonds teammates are three to forty be named nine first with fifty team cents all off american coupon and card and joining get hundreds demarcus of hair cousins care products and john by wall to get of the third kentucky free with card made it in two thousand
"grant williams" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum
"Kinda shows you his mindset in the chip he has on his shoulder. He plays angry. He plays with a passion, a sense of aggression. And I'm excited to see, you know, how he fares in the NBA excited to see, you know, how a lot of those college guys will fare in the NBA look Zay. You look at Cam look at RJ, you look at grant Williams, you look at a lot of different players who have shown they have the ability and capability of, you know, contributing right away at the next level. Anybody else you have you seen any player? But typically that you said, wow. I I didn't know he had that or. That guy's really special. Have you seen that yet? Hey, there's a kid the the point guard caches was from Michigan state. I like him a lot of haven't seen him on a lot of draft boards. But I like his pace I like his leadership qualities capabilities he makes his teammates better. And he's just a dog. And I think that, you know, having watched a little bit of Virginia. They have a couple of players who can really impact the game at the offense of independent with left shooting ability. And there's a kid from Kentucky who's hurt right now, not playing I think he's very skilled, and it has some versatility. Washing. Really good you talking about this John hunter and Kyle guy and five all those guys. I mean any hundreds of lottery Jerome is a first round pick and caches Winston. I mean, we we heard Tom Izzo when you came on a couple of weeks ago talk about, you know, maybe he's not the most explosive or the highest jumper. But he like you said is great pace feel he's tough. And there's a reason why he was a first team all big ten. He's really special changing gears a little bit see for you guys. What what has been the tenor of the locker room since the the nerve injury. And what have you said to him because I know you went to see him at the hospital just kind of take us through that. Yeah. I mean, this is a very unique situation. One that you hope you never have to experience be a part of, you know, whether it is watching close or watching from afar, you never want to see in the year teammates, more specifically guys that you consider a brother go through something like that in being able to see something like that close. You know, you just feel for him you feel for his family. He worked so hard. He loves the game. You always, you know, say things like, you know, he didn't deserve that. You know what? I mean. He's a guy who does things the right way he works when his craft every day he's gotten better he's having a career year. He's you know, the man in the middle in our team who does allow for us in offensively and defensively. Initiating initiating the offense making passes finishing around the basket protecting the rim forest guard and pick and rolls. We're just a better team with him out there in his obvious based on the success..
"grant williams" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"And often the volunteers dominating Iowa in Columbus, forty nine twenty eight at the half happy to have you back with us here. In our Westwood One studios in New York City along with ESPN college basketball analyst Fran for Sheila. Fran. We talked earlier today about Admiral Scofield, not liking Iowa grew up in Chicago. They didn't recruit him his brother O'Brien played football. Wisconsin. He's like. Anyway, he's taking it out on seventeen points in the first half while he was an officer. But he certainly wasn't a gentleman that defense and. On those. But you know, what he's got seventeen. But I love the balance and the ball Bouma to this team. I was trying to throw these defenses atom keeping them out of transition. They're not doing that. And great ball movement by this team grant Williams got seven as well. They're making nearly fifty percent of their three. So the balance is good, but Admiral Scofield, you are right. He is a man possessed right now. And he just a good player because he can make threes, and he can muscle you inside. If it gets close. He's got two fouls. Grant Williams has two fouls. But at the moment, it's not close forty nine twenty at Tennessee at the half. All right. The next game in Columbus. Another team that wants to get up and down the floor that North Carolina against a Washington team that has grinded teams out defensively but played really well on offense against Utah state to get to the second round for the first time since two thousand eleven Washington in that game. Late North Carolina. But they didn't have Mike Hopkins says head coach he however knows ROY Williams and as excited for the opportunity one of the great coaches to ever do it and one.
No. 1 Tennessee puts away Florida, 73-61
"College tie-break Tennessee ran its team record winning streak to eighteen games getting sixteen from grant Williams in the seventy three sixty one win over Florida. Jordan Boden had thirteen is the volunteers moved to twenty two and one are they legit? Yes. F- Greenberg thinks so. A great job evaluating evaluating guys who can play for him and win for him. They've got grown men. And what I mean by that Zimmer a physicality a tough this to this Tennessee team their fifth in the country and points per possession in the half court. They can also beat you in transition. They've got a tough this about them where they can post up. Great williams. They could post up Admiral Scofield at the end of games, they shoot seventy seventy percent from the three point the from the free throw line. This is a Tennessee team that checks, you rebounds, and execute just think about this in the last three fours the makeup of the phone force twenty two seniors those teams Twenty-one juniors ten sophomores and only seven freshman. There's not a freshman on this Tennessee team that has scored this season upper-class Latin team that has a maturity at a
"grant williams" Discussed on Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom
"And we discussed a number of other fascinating experiences that he's had not least of which was what he's learned over the last couple of years interviewing some of the most successful investors and and even reclusive investors on the planet so without further ado please enjoy my conversation with grant williams wonder why fund managers can't beat yes and p five hundred because this sheet she gets slaughtered all right grant williams welcome to the show buddy i'm really honored to have this chance to turn the microphone around and pick your brain jesse the owner is is category you'll mind thanks for having me well you are you know probably my favorite interviewer that i've seen you i mean just make it look easy you did an interview recently with felix zoloft which i really enjoyed and i've actually enjoyed all of your that the new series that you've been doing but in that interview you called yourself a natural skeptic where does that natural scepticism come from i think it's i really do think it's i think over the years of of become a biggest skeptic just because of what i watch go on and i began my career in the most raging of bull markets in japan in the mid ninety nine hundred so you know two things happened i guess i saw just unbridled optimism and and just a reckless bull market up close which is which is where i cut my teeth but i also very fortunate i guess looking back on it witness the seven crash up close so so i had that that grounding and i i really good understanding of what happens when it's us yes and just goes wild and i also learned very quickly and very pine fully how bad things can get when when gravity reasserts itself so so i think as i've watched over the last thirty five years.