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Fresh update on "hawks" discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

07:21 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hawks" discussed on Filmspotting

"In top hat and the camera starts by just following their feet as they glide out onto the dance floor, pulling back to reveal their full figures and again, just let them go. And I was watching it again today, Josh, and I never really understood why it tuxedos why men's formal dress needed to include tales. And now I do. It's so we can watch them spin when someone like Fred Astaire moves, the women, like Ginger Rogers, every time they twirl, their dress goes up in the air, and it's this wonderfully graceful, elegant maneuver, and you get that same elegance and grace with a stare when his tails are spitting along with his body. Every time this movie has come up over the years on the show, it's come up a few times. I feel obliged to mention the purple rose Cairo, Mia Farrow's Cecilia, escaping the depression by going to the theater and indulging in this carefree luxury and the gracefulness of Fred and Ginger. And you know what? You couldn't go see this movie right now in a movie house, even if it was playing, unfortunately. But I would say there are a few better ways to escape from your couch than watching top hat. And you can do that on Google Play. Amazon Prime iTunes and other platforms. Yeah, if you're looking for a little distraction a little escape, I don't know that every movie on our list from the 30s is going to serve that function, but definitely these musicals will. And great pick, they are friend Ginger are a genre unto themselves. Good point. So they're also going to be represented on my list just a little bit later. At number three though, I have the rules of the game from 1939. Director genre he also marked this decade, though from across the Atlantic with the rules of the game and grand illusion, as well as some notable films that I haven't seen. La shin, madam bovary, and labette humane. Rules of the game, here's another top 20 of all time for me. A comedy of manners, a social satire, a treatise on the human condition. Basically follows a bunch of aristocrats who gather for a weekend of games and hunting on a country estate. Renoir, he directed, but also costars he also wrote, and he does play one of the sillier guests. I think you can say. So I had seen this Adam before we did our Luis bunuel marathon. And thinking about it now and watching some scenes after that, it strikes me that rules of the game is sort of like bunuel with heart. It's certainly a class satire, but it also has a lot of empathy for these fools. And the tone is closer to something like Pedro almodovar, I think, that maybe what bunuel brings to most of the movies. We saw. It's also rules of the game is so formally exciting, even today, Renoir beat Orson Welles and Citizen Kane by a couple of years with his use of deep focus cinematography. There are some fluid tracking shots during this metaphorical rabbit hunt and a really grand tracking shot along a ballroom near the end that encapsulates all of the characters. So the rules of the game, that's going to be my Renoir representative. It's pretty widely available via streaming actually criterion channel. Amazon Prime Canopy if you want to go through your library that way and also YouTube movies. Definitely one I considered for my list. His grand illusion from 37 is probably still my all time biggest blind spot. It's a revered movie. Does appear on a lot of those Sight & Sound type lists. And I still need to see it maybe. Sometime over the next few weeks, I will get a chance. My number three also comes from 1939. It's Howard hawks only angels have wings, maybe came up just in passing during our 15th anniversary celebration at the music box as we discussed Rio bravo after watching it with listeners. But you gotta have a good action adventure film from the 30s on this list. And of course, you could go with something like Michael curtiz and Errol Flynn in captain blood, or even Shanghai express, which we talked about during our Dietrich von sternberg marathon, but this is the one for me that I think offers the most thrills. And you will also see in addition to watching Cary Grant in the film and watching gene Arthur and that great pairing, Rita Hayworth is in it in a breakout role. And it's actually only one of three hawks films that's currently on the criterion collection, at least by my count. His girl Friday and Red River are the other two. There's an essay that's included with the disk for only angels have wings from Michael schrey Gao. And he says this. Angels is a precursor to a Robert Altman film in its bursts of rapid fire, overlapping dialog, and it's offhanded tragic comedy and improvisational snap. In place of plot, hawks and his favorite screenwriter Jules firstman set up a succession of comic and dramatic situations that pop with laughs, thrills, and free songs. And I should say something about that plot as it is, it's set in a fictional South American town called barranca. It's a port town. Gene Arthur is a traveler. She's an entertainer. She ends up meeting Jeff Carter, played by grant, who is a pilot with a penchant for dangerous missions. He basically runs an airmail company, Thomas Mitchell, is in the film as his best friend and business partner who is called the kid. And I thought that was interesting, schrey gal's comments because I would have never thought about the film as a precursor to an Altman movie. But I absolutely get it. But the most important part is what he said about what you get in place of plot. For hawks and we did talk about this to an extent in looking at Rio bravo. Plot and character are all about action for Howard hawks. What does a man or a woman do when confronted with different scenarios with a different test? Whether it's romantic or professional or both. And when those two conflict with each other as they so often do through those actions, their true characters are revealed. And I just think hawks take on romance on relationships between men and women is so fascinating. This movie has one of my all time favorite proclamations of love from gene Arthur. Jeff, you don't have to be afraid of me anymore. I'm not trying to tie you down. I don't want to plan. I want to look ahead. I don't want you to change anything. I love you, Jeff. There's nothing I can do about it. I just love you, that's all. I feel the same way about you. The kid does. Anything you do is all right with me. The kid? Yes, he doesn't ask you for anything or get a new way of bother you, does he? What drives me nuts? I was thinking about this great scene in relation to Rio bravo because we talked about how scared John T chance, John Wayne seems of feathers. And that fear really of any kind of domesticity. In addition to a few other fears, is definitely at play there, but her saying, Jeff, I'm not trying to tie you down. I'm not trying to change you in any way. I just love you. That's all. And I suppose it's tempting to hear that and go what a fantastic version of love for a man having a woman just say, you can be whoever you want to be. And I will just be here for it. But honestly, I'm more struck by hawks acknowledging that love between men and women is really the same thing. The only difference being that he doesn't sweep the kid up in his arms and kiss him, which is what he does with the gene Arthur, but otherwise she says it, she has the exact same feelings for him that the kid does and grant does get a good joke in there, which is to say, yeah, and he drives me crazy as she's probably going to do as well. There are some great aerial scenes in this film..

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Kellyanne Conway Reminds Bill Maher What Americans Actually Care About

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | 2 weeks ago

Kellyanne Conway Reminds Bill Maher What Americans Actually Care About

"But listen to Bill Maher. Friday night, he had Kellyanne Conway as a guest. She's Hawking a book. She's got a new book out and I want to read it. I'm interested in her. I think she's a smart many people say Donald Trump is not president in 2016 without Kellyanne Conway. Brilliant pollster, smart lady. She's got a mess of a family life with that buffoon husband or hers who hates Trump. But here's HBO's real time with Bill Maher, a journalist Josh barrow and Kellyanne Conway. I want to play this for you and get your reaction to it. So I don't know whether they'll prosecute him or not. I mean, the difficulty as Kellyanne points out is that you have to convince the jury that he knew that he was not entitled to the thing that he was looking for. And it's always difficult with Donald Trump to demonstrate what his mental state was. He could believe anything, basically. But it's also it's a question for a jury. They could bring they could bring the indictment or would be up for it. I just remember clear. These hearings are not about that. They hired a Hollywood a news producer to make it a production. And that's okay. But that's not pretend that it wasn't valid. That's the footage is the footage. Right. Footage is appealing. I said that for a year and a half. I know. But every day on my calendar doesn't say January 6th, people are trying to pay their mortgages by gas. Here we go. Back to the gas prices, which has nothing to do with this. It is spinning. It's promised you will get it. If I promise super unheard of. I know. But if I promise you one more time that we will get to talking about gas prices. Can we do that in a courtroom? I don't want to mislead people who are watching thinking that somehow you're saying he committed crimes. If you take the crimes and somebody will have to prosecute that. But that's not what these hearings are.

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What Director John Woo Got Wrong in 'Windtalkers'

Key Battles of American History

01:49 min | Last month

What Director John Woo Got Wrong in 'Windtalkers'

"Where there's negatives is these combat scenes are filmed like action sequences in action movies. And I personally don't like that. Because I feel like it cheapens the combat. I prefer a cinema verite style. So if you watch, if you watch Saving Private Ryan, if you watch full metal jacket, if you watch Black Hawk down a little bit, but really the first two films, if you watched 1917, where it's a very flat documentary type style of filmmaking where you're and although chance Malik was stylized in what he did, he doesn't use slow motions. He doesn't use tracking sequences in these elaborate elaborate, the guys are jumping around and flying through the air. It's a very realistic form, even though it's a very stylized film in thin red line. But Saving Private Ryan is one of the better films Spielberg doesn't use those slow motion sequences except when you're showing disorientation and things like that. He doesn't use the her sweeping heroic music and the leaping and the jumping. The band and brothers series on the HBO and the Pacific as well, which is the companion series. There's a very good job of capturing combat from a realistic perspective. And I think that is more appropriate for a war film. I think that John whoo is a great action director, but he films these sequences as action sequences. And we'll talk some more about what he intended from the film and what we got. From the studio later, but I think that's the real problem with this. One of the real problems. There's a couple, but that's one of the real problems is this very cliched. It's very action cliche film techniques and it doesn't help the

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Stream.org Is Calling for a Peaceful Resolution to the Ukraine War

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:18 min | 2 months ago

Stream.org Is Calling for a Peaceful Resolution to the Ukraine War

"Focus, I'm talking to John zamir. John, let's talk about anything you want to talk about. What do you want to talk about? Thanks, Eric. Well, one thing tomorrow morning where a statement, a call from peace and negotiations is going to come out from a group of Christian scholars and activists who want to encourage Americans to promote a negotiated peace in Ukraine. You're one of those Americans, and I'm one of those Americans. We are signing this petition and we want to exhort people. Now this is not till tomorrow morning it will be published at the stream stream dot org. Right. But this is important, John, please explain why this is important because I think you and others believe that the Biden administration, the so called deep state, they want war. They want World War three and they're, you know, trying to pretend like it's just and it's not. I wish it were just the secret committee formally known as Joe Biden and the deep state behind him. But it's also large segments of the Republican Party, the military industrial complex, the neoconservative hawks, the same people who gung Ho supported the Iraq War and accused people like me of being unpatriotic or traitors for asking skeptical questions about weapons of mass destruction that never existed. Threats to America that were false connections to Al-Qaeda that never existed and consequences and costs that turned out to be all too real. Right now the squishy center left and the squishy center right, the whole rotten spectrum from Hillary Clinton on the one hand to Liz Cheney Adam kinzinger on the other. And now I'm throwing up in my mouth as I say their names. They want to fight Russia and we can Russia the last dead Ukrainian. They are delighted that Putin invaded Russia. They hope to trick him into doing so by constantly denying any legitimate Russian security

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Media Outlets Like CNN+ Conflate Fame and Popularity

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:29 min | 2 months ago

Media Outlets Like CNN+ Conflate Fame and Popularity

"CNN plus has cratered, which is just phenomenal to see the cratering and the collapse of CNN plus, this is just another sign that what the propaganda that is being spread is not popular. And I said this a couple of years ago as we started to get into podcasting. I said, and I was only wrong on the timing, I wasn't wrong on the essence. I said to my our team Andrew, I said, I don't think people realize how fragile information consumption is about to become. Meaning, I can tell you exactly how many people are downloading our podcast. I can tell you how many people are watching our videos. I can tell you how many people are emailing us and we track those things. You see, we are always constantly Hawking the measurables. Whereas it's important to note and to realize that CNN or a lot of these other channels, they've never really been big on how many people are actually watching them or care about it. In fact, they say, oh no, the numbers are all wrong. We're fine. We're very popular. Well, if people don't want what you put on TV for free, why on earth would they give you money for it? Like cut 24. Yeah. Just went on that. They spent $300 million. They got 10,000 subscribers. Imagine the hubris of thinking that something that people don't want for free. That you're going to charge money for it. We're going to have the Jake tapper book club. Jake tapper seems like a great guy. But I mean, I feel like I don't have to pay for his book club. I feel like you should put that on Twitter. Pay for a Jake tapper book club. We're seeing the trajectory of things on the left collapse because they do not live in the world of objectivity. You see, I live in the world where I discern objective, they live in the world of the subjective, where constantly measuring how many people are downloading. How many people are listening? Where are we at in the charts? What are our ratings? CNN is like, oh, we're a multi-billion dollar machine. It makes you wonder how fragile really is the current media

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Butler has 36 points as Heat overwhelm Young, Hawks, 110-86

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Butler has 36 points as Heat overwhelm Young, Hawks, 110-86

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Young hits floater with 4.4 left, Hawks beat Heat 111-110

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Young hits floater with 4.4 left, Hawks beat Heat 111-110

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What Business Is Twitter In?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | 2 months ago

What Business Is Twitter In?

"Twitter the board of Twitter it's a business okay It's not a charity It's a publicly traded company It's not a charity There are charities they register as charities This is not a charity Twitter is a company It is a business If it wants to be some kind of public utility then it should declare itself as such But it's not It is a business that has one of the worst business models I have ever seen Take 40 to 50% of America conservatives you know attack them ban them from your platform and stop them from socially using a social media company How that's a business model is just puzzling to me I mean I've never claimed to have a Stephen Hawking like level of intellect But gosh if you're cracking three digits on the IQ meter you've got to be like wait what That's your business model Do you understand over at rumble right I'm an investor in rumble Like the best day of our lives is when people with followings liberal or conservative come over on rumble and start conversations It's a great day There's a comment section If it's a liberal video conservatives want to comment on it go right ahead If it's a conservative video liberals you want to comment on it go right adley It's a free speech platform Why Because it's a business It's a business They're in the business of providing a platform for speech That's literally what we do But Twitter I don't know what business they're in Do you

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Butler scores 45, Heat defeat Hawks 115-105 for 2-0 lead

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Butler scores 45, Heat defeat Hawks 115-105 for 2-0 lead

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Robinson makes eight 3s, Heat top Hawks 115-91 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Robinson makes eight 3s, Heat top Hawks 115-91 in Game 1

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Young's 38 lift Hawks past Cavs for No. 8 playoff seed

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Young's 38 lift Hawks past Cavs for No. 8 playoff seed

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Young, Hunter lead Hawks to 132-103 play-in rout of Hornets

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Young, Hunter lead Hawks to 132-103 play-in rout of Hornets

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Bam Adebayo's late dunk lifts Heat over Hawks, 113-109

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Bam Adebayo's late dunk lifts Heat over Hawks, 113-109

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Dan Bongino Recalls Violent Situation in Kingston, Jamaica

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | 3 months ago

Dan Bongino Recalls Violent Situation in Kingston, Jamaica

"I was thinking back to the time I had gone over to Kingston Jamaica which is not a war zone and it's case to Jamaica but they have a high crime rate so it can be dangerous depending on where you are what time of day But we found ourselves in my prior line of work in a really bad situation and we were there filming with this ABC crew for a book Jenna Bush was writing And we found ourselves caught at the end of this alley and a bunch of people came out that weren't necessarily friendly And some weapons and we got it all on video because it was being filmed for the thing We went back and looked at it later we were like gosh that was really bad So we went back to the hotel I forget what we were saying We went back to the hotel and that night we were having a few adult sodas afterwards The shift was over of course And I remember talking to the cameraman and I said to him you know it's interesting You never put the camera down that whole time He had these guys in front of you with the machetes and all this and you know you never put the camera down He kept filming he didn't even look even frazzled by it I keep in mind we're supposed to be these You know big you know tough masculine Secret Service dudes right And you know I was a little hanked out but I was like okay this could get ugly fast and I was scanning and looking around at all And yet this guy didn't seem worried at all and I talked to him about it I'm like you know that's kind of kind of cool how you didn't get frazzled He's like man let me tell you something This is nothing I was in Mogadishu and you know he was there when that whole Black Hawk down thing went down not filming that particular episode but right around that time when Somalia broke bad And he's like that was nothing

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Jayhawks rally, rock North Carolina 72-69 to win NCAA title

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Jayhawks rally, rock North Carolina 72-69 to win NCAA title

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Kansas tops North Carolina 72-69 to win national title

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Kansas tops North Carolina 72-69 to win national title

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Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

04:24 min | 3 months ago

Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan

"You mentioned this story, the prison uprising, Mike spann, a former marine CIA paramilitary. For those who know nothing, give us the story of that incredible event and what that man did. Yeah. It is incredible. And so November 25th, 2001. Two CIA officers walk into this fort called calla jangi, which means literally like fort of war outside mazar I Sharif. Now, backing up a little bit mazarin Sharif had fallen to northern alliance forces, aided by our allies. Our allies aided by the CIA green berets and air force combat controllers and the awesome might have U.S. air power overhead on November 10th. Now, less than a month earlier, Mike spann had been one of 8 CIA officers who landed in the Darius souf valley, aboard two Black Hawk helicopters that had flown in from Kashi Khan about K two, a former Soviet air base that Uzbekistan government had given over to the Americans for this post 9 11 mission. So October 17th, 2001, they land at dropped into the unknown. First Americans behind America. So we are barely barely a month out since 9 11. Yeah. First Americans behind them enemy lines. Now there had been a CIA team called jawbreaker that had landed in the pantry of Ali on September 26th, but that was, you know, relatively speaking safe territory controlled by the northern alliance. But this was enemy territory, Taliban controlled territory. So 8 of them, four of them were paramilitaries, one of those was Mike span. So when paramilitary is somebody who's been seconded, usually from the military and is working in the CIA using their skills for the CIA. Yeah, usually they actually in the CIA sometimes their contractors or people who've been seconded and on some of the other teams that were actually serving members of the Delta force and seals. But the four paramount trees on team alpha were serving CIOs special activities, division. Scott spellman, who was on the cover of the book, he was later became very senior, it was the senior CIA guy on the National Security Council during the Trump administration. He became station chief in Kabul, but then a young officer, but already battle hardened he had been wounded in the battle of Mogadishu in Somalia in 1993. It was a guy called Alex Hernandez, who was the deputy chief, who was a sergeant major, gone full career in special forces and then joined the agency and two case officers, JRC, who was the chief who'd worked with the CIA out of Islamabad in the 1980s against the Soviets for the supply and stinger missiles to the mujahideen and David Tyson who you mentioned at the beginning who was with Mike span on November 25th 2001. So they're in unfriendly territory. This is the Ford of war, walk us through that event. So David was a case officer based in Tashkent and spoke Uzbek almost fluently. And so he's the linguist and the main linguist on the team, although JR, seger also he spoke diary, which was the sort of lingua franca in Afghanistan. But on that day, the team split, there's a big fight, a hundred miles to the east. It expected in Kunduz so the bulk of American forces are there. But the night before 400 Al-Qaeda prisoners had arrived on the eastern edge of mazarin reef to surrender, and it was extremely murky why they were there. They should have been surrendering in Kunduz. And basically, I mean, what I was able to establish almost beyond doubt is that this was a Trojan horse operation. It was a deliberate trap. Yeah, it was a Taliban Al-Qaeda operation to put pretend that for these 400 fighters had surrendered, but in fact they were made up remained armed. They sort of exploited Afghan custom to keep their weapons with them and they were planning an uprising. Because you can have lots of people surrender at once if it's a regular army during the Gulf War, we had thousands of Iraqis surrender at once. When it's irregular fighters, you don't usually get hundreds of them surrendering at the same time. It's a little bit

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Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

04:22 min | 3 months ago

Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan

"You mentioned this story, the prison uprising, Mike spann, a former marine CIA paramilitary. For those who know nothing, give us the story of that incredible event and what that man did. Yeah. It is incredible. And so November 25th, 2001. Two CIA officers walk into this fort called calla jangi, which means literally like fort of war outside mazar I Sharif. Now, backing up a little bit mazarin Sharif had fallen to northern alliance forces, aided by our allies. Our allies aided by the CIA green berets and air force combat controllers and the awesome might have U.S. air power overhead on November 10th. Now, less than a month earlier, Mike spann had been one of 8 CIA officers who landed in the Darius souf valley, aboard two Black Hawk helicopters that had flown in from Kashi Khan about K two, a former Soviet air base that Uzbekistan government had given over to the Americans for this post 9 11 mission. So October 17th, 2001, they land at dropped into the unknown. First Americans behind America. So we are barely barely a month out since 9 11. Yeah. First Americans behind them enemy lines. Now there had been a CIA team called jawbreaker that had landed in the pantry of Ali on September 26th, but that was, you know, relatively speaking safe territory controlled by the northern alliance. But this was enemy territory, Taliban controlled territory. So 8 of them, four of them were paramilitaries, one of those was Mike span. So when paramilitary is somebody who's been seconded, usually from the military and is working in the CIA using their skills for the CIA. Yeah, usually they actually in the CIA sometimes their contractors or people who've been seconded and on some of the other teams that were actually serving members of the Delta force and seals. But the four paramount trees on team alpha were serving CIOs special activities, division. Scott spellman, who was on the cover of the book, he was later became very senior, it was the senior CIA guy on the National Security Council during the Trump administration. He became station chief in Kabul, but then a young officer, but already battle hardened he had been wounded in the battle of Mogadishu in Somalia in 1993. It was a guy called Alex Hernandez, who was the deputy chief, who was a sergeant major, gone full career in special forces and then joined the agency and two case officers, JRC, who was the chief who'd worked with the CIA out of Islamabad in the 1980s against the Soviets for the supply and stinger missiles to the mujahideen and David Tyson who you mentioned at the beginning who was with Mike span on November 25th 2001. So they're in unfriendly territory. This is the Ford of war, walk us through that event. So David was a case officer based in Tashkent and spoke Uzbek almost fluently. And so he's the linguist and the main linguist on the team, although JR, seger also he spoke diary, which was the sort of lingua franca in Afghanistan. But on that day, the team split, there's a big fight, a hundred miles to the east. It expected in Kunduz so the bulk of American forces are there. But the night before 400 Al-Qaeda prisoners had arrived on the eastern edge of mazarin reef to surrender, and it was extremely murky why they were there. They should have been surrendering in Kunduz. And basically, I mean, what I was able to establish almost beyond doubt is that this was a Trojan horse operation. It was a deliberate trap. Yeah, it was a Taliban Al-Qaeda operation to put pretend that for these 400 fighters had surrendered, but in fact they were made up remained armed. They sort of exploited Afghan custom to keep their weapons with them and they were planning an uprising. Because you can have lots of people surrender at once if it's a regular army during the Gulf War, we had thousands of Iraqis surrender at once. When it's irregular fighters, you don't usually get hundreds of them surrendering at the same

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UNC's Bacot leaves no suspense on his title-game status

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

UNC's Bacot leaves no suspense on his title-game status

"A a meeting meeting of of blue blue bloods bloods will will decide decide the the college college basketball basketball men's men's national national championship championship the the tar tar heels heels last last one one in in twenty twenty seventeen seventeen and and are are seeking seeking their their seventh seventh title title in in their their twelfth twelfth appearance appearance but but first first under under first first year year head head coach coach Hubert Hubert Davis Davis the the foundation foundation of of Carolina Carolina basketball basketball will will always always be be here here because because it's it's been been tried tried tested tested and and proven proven successful successful and and I've I've experienced experienced it it meanwhile meanwhile the the J. J. hawks hawks are are in in pursuit pursuit of of a a fourth fourth title title and and their their tenth tenth appearance appearance and and the the school's school's first first title title since since two two thousand thousand eight eight in in coach coach bill bill self's self's fifth fifth season season you you have have an an opportunity opportunity to to be be in in the the game game most most years years you you need need to to take take advantage advantage of of that that the the game game is is a a rematch rematch of of the the nineteen nineteen fifty fifty seven seven national national championship championship that that saw saw North North Carolina Carolina prevail prevail over over a a wilt wilt chamberlain chamberlain led led Kansas Kansas team team fifty fifty four four fifty fifty three three in in overtime overtime I'm I'm getting getting called called off off

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"hawks" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:29 min | 3 months ago

"hawks" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Hawks cats and the NFL WGN My parents taught me that unlike the many barriers that they had had to face growing up my path was clearer So that if I worked hard and I believed in myself in America I could do anything or be anything I wanted to be Again pretty standard opening language to be expected in these confirmation hearings these days as the approach that is seen has been adopted by every nominee they have a little school they put these people through one has to wonder if Robert bork had had the benefit of such a school if he might have wound up on the court possibly not He had quite a paper trail Which raised another question here as we go back to our calls here And that is she's been on the court She Brown Jackson has been on a court for quite a while There has to be a paper trail there Do we know much about it Well there is a paper trail She's been mostly for the last period of time you mentioned a district court judge But you can't make much out of a district court judge us rulings because for the most part just a core judges are the foot soldiers of the federal judiciary They apply the precedence that higher level judges have imposed upon them whether it be Court of Appeals judges or Supreme Court Justices So they just follow the precedent for the most part Now occasionally one of them might step out on a particular issue particularly if it's a novel issue and issue a written opinion that would reveal their philosophy But for the most part district court judges just follow the law They're not they are really the foot soldiers of the operational arms of the judiciary 26 6 5 O Jimbo would go to Lance and Galloway New Jersey now good evening Lance First and foremost I want to congratulate the university for making it to the sweet 16th I think it's great for the little state of zoo Jersey I forgot to mention that as a matter of fact when Allen was booked at that slipped right past me but congratulations on your basketball power Alan Yes thank you very much and thank you to your caller We appreciate that We're very happy We're very excited and we're glad to be on the map There you go Absolutely Absolutely My question is this is that in response to you just mentioning the paper trail there's senator grassley said today that there's still waiting for paperwork to be produced or presented to them And it's like I just don't understand why this entire process I mean only comes around like very very infrequently like maybe Avery 8 ten years and I can remember except during when people pass away the well they don't tend to resign from the court It happens occasionally but I mean there aren't a lot of openings It's a 9 member body and they're there for life so I mean you're not going to see a whole lot of them The thing is is that I just don't understand why the senators if they know this they don't get the materials they need It's like they always drag it out and that's where it's in the last ten years or the court convening for this to confirmation You always have too many theatrics and the last one with Kavanaugh and even justice Barrett It was again Democrats attacking the person's individual human character If it's a Republican nominee or vice versa I think you should go back to what Allen said a moment ago that in many ways these hearings were a lot more about the senators than it is about the nominee Alan Yeah absolutely I mean that's what it's boiled down to because the nominee whether it's just Jackson or judge Barrett or even judge Kavanaugh Didn't really say very much about what they would do on the court I mean they said we would respect precedent It's all in the way of generalities And so what this is mostly all about is how the senators react what are the issues they want to bring forth How does it play back home and are they running for higher office And that's what it's really all about It really doesn't reveal very much about the judge We kind of know generally speaking whether the judge will be liberal or conservative we kind of know how he or she might react to certain issues on the court But they will never really tell you they'll say well I'm going to follow the law I'm going to follow precedent I'm going to hear both sides I applied the law to the facts I mean the most ridiculous statement I really heard was when the chief justice currency justice Roberts was up for confirmation and said well we're just umpires We're just umpires calling the shots That's ridiculous That's not what they do They do apply It's what they ought to do I mean let's face it the kind of comments made by I think it was Sotomayor about asking somebody what if a given policy was beneficial that's totally out of bounds They're supposed to rule what is or is not constitutional And beneficial beneficial is not part of their province that was absolutely uncalled for on her part Because let's understand something The constitution is clear and if the law is clear they apply it to bound to that And that's what limits them But so many issues that are constitutional don't have any precedent It's just a matter of interpreting the words And as we all know a conservative can interpret the words one way a liberal interpret the very same words another way So the fact is they're not umpire when they do that They're applying their values and their judgment And it goes back to the very beginning of the country The first center of judges appointed by George Washington were federalists and they applied a federalist point of view to the provisions of the constitution and they were picked for that reason just Washington wanted federalist judges He was a federalist himself And so it's clear that judges apply their values like anybody else with to something that doesn't mean they're terrible people It means no it doesn't mean they're terrible people But if you are concerned about beneficial I guess we will just have to agree to disagree here If you're concerned about beneficial then resign your seat from an unelected lifetime tenured body and run for election to the House the Senate or the presidency and see.

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"hawks" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

04:29 min | 4 months ago

"hawks" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"Where the game starts. Yeah, I'm just reading the comments about your outfit, so I don't really know what you said. But to make sure it was I'm sure it was smart. I'm sure it was very good. Too much of a focus on the outside here. We got to focus on the substance, Jimmy. That's true. Actually, yeah. I'm watching the comments of Bobby and I'm watching Joe sway like my frigging dad trying to like oh my God. It's hard to focus. Did you guys get the point? What did you think of white since you were pretty critical of a few days ago? Good, good to see him going downhill. This is what I talked about after the pacers game too much three point shooting. If the three is not there for you and it wasn't again for him in this one, go downhill. Good things are going to touch anything. I'm trying to put you on. Rob's there in the offensive glass. Yeah, you got Horford lurking. There's just a lot of good things coming from getting downhill and being aggressive in those spots. Work for Tatum too. He got his own put back to go. They were dominant around the glass on this one, so that they go inside like white did there. I know the talk in the postgame press that was almost contagious. Other guys started doing it after he did. Grant getting in there. Good split actions. I thought that worked well for the Celtics to route the early portion of the game. Rob passing from the hype. What did he say about that white stretch? Was that something they tried to attack Trey on purpose, or it just happened organically? The thing it was a little bit organically, because you didn't see a lot of that in the first half. I might have been a bit of a, I think there was a bit of a conversation at halftime about that as well as the defense of course. Getting to the paint, there clearly must have been something said. Yeah. Yeah, I believe he'd mentioned that briefly there. And listen, it was contagious. You just had a lot of downhill activity there. How great was rob, just an unsung performance active where every single shot that goes up. He's at least getting a hand on. And then that big three point play late in the fourth quarter with the hawks lurking still a little bit there. That's slammed the door. And again, that was a huge thing because the hawks went with their kind of spread offense there. There's no capella on the floor Collins isn't around, so they have nobody there to body up, rob. So he's just shoving Gallinari out of the way there to go up for that rebound. Honestly, with that lineup out there, they should have just run the offensive jacket from anywhere and let rob just clean the glass because he could have done it all night there. And he makes it hard to go small against you, right? He showed it in that game as well. For that alone, both with tearing down those offensive boards, tippins putbacks, rolling, or just getting his hand on stuff. It's going to be a problem there when you don't have somebody who can keep him off that offensive blast. That was a curious decision by Atlanta. I know why they did it because they needed shooters on the floor. But that's where Collins hurt you there because Collins can stretch it. And they didn't have capella out there. They had no presence. Yeah, for sure..

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"hawks" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

04:53 min | 10 months ago

"hawks" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

"Got the non taxpayer mid level exception from Dallas and then they added Jaguar McLaughlin and Eugene oma Rui to their two way contracts, players lost. This one was even out even in. They lost Tyler bait and they'd Hinton, where they're two way players. They're both off to other teams. Nicolo mellie returned back home to Italy to play JJ Redick as we've talked about on the show is still a free agent. And he is sounding like he's going to stay will not be with Dallas. We know that. Nor will it be with New Orleans. He won't be with anybody. Yeah, won't be with anybody for a while. And then we'll see what JJ Reddick wants to do. And then Josh Richardson as we said was traded to the Celtics. And then they resigned Tim Hardaway junior got a four year contract. Out of the Mavs after he played really, really well in Dallas that's kind of almost become the Tim Hardaway junior trade. Instead of the Chris stop sports industry. And then bob on my yarno vich resigned as well. So the big man they've got a lot of bigs on this team, bob on porzingis, Powell, cleaver, Willie Kelly Stein, so a lot of big guys there in Dallas. And then they're big stuff that happened was in their front office and coaching staff. Niko Harrison comes in or places a die Nelson as the general manager. There, and then Jason Kidd formally from your team as an assistant comes in getting another shot at a head coaching job comes in as the head coach. Also brought another one of your former duds. He was my buddy first 'cause he was at BC. But yeah, mutual friend. Yeah, there we go. Mutual friend. And then Luka Dončić signed his his extension. Now, his is a little different than Trey young's because he is already met the qualifiers for the 30% max. So he will 100% be at whatever 30% of the salary cap is starting next year right now that projects to be 5 years, $207 million from Luca on that extension. So there we are with Dallas. I think the guys they brought in are better than the guys they lost, especially for what this team needs. And I think they got Hardaway, resigned to a nice contract. They could have gone the cap space route and got involved in a whole bunch of guys, but it looks like they read the market right on that and said, no, let's try to retain some guy. So not a lot of changes, but I think the ones they've made are good ones. I agree. I think they are good ones. And I think, you know, obviously being today being hawks and mad stay, I think this is the rare trade where looking back, both teams would do this trade again. I think the hawks are happy with the way things are turned out and I think the mountains are happy with the way things turn out. Obviously, Luca, getting that big contract extension, it's pretty pleased with that. But you're right, look, the Mavs they didn't do a ton this off season. I think we can argue. Is this team actually better? This season or not, I think the addition of Reggie Bullock, I mean, look at any time that you can add shooting around a star player like Luca..

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"hawks" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

05:19 min | 10 months ago

"hawks" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

"Be something they carry in season and see where it goes. And then other changes, Nate McMillan was given the permanent head coaching job they removed the interim tag from him after he took over midway through last year. And then they signed capella to an extension to your extension that'll kick in a couple years from now. Adds two years on his deal and then trade young clearly the big one, signed him to the full max if he meets the qualifier, which for him would likely be making all NBA again. He'll get that 30% max he'll skip a tear just like Luka Dončić. It'll be 5 years about 207 million, player option on the 5th year. If not, he'll be at about 5 years, 170 ish million or so. So pretty productive season for the hawks, off season for the hawks. Despite the fact that they didn't do a whole lot as far as roster change out. You know, I think that we do need to mention as well. Like every time we talk about Luka Dončić and Trae Young, right? They're just forever linked because of that draft night trade. We have to mention that we did not plan this. This was hitting a random button and it spit out from the west, the Mavs and from the east, the hawks. Just fate has put these two players together, but look Trae Young has been phenomenal. He's been everything the hawks hoped he would be. I do wonder what's going to happen with the new rules? How much does that change his game in terms of foul drawing and all of that kind of stuff? That's fair to talk about. But overall, when you look at the hawks roster, they didn't do a lot, but you also have to give them credit for not messing it up, right? There's teams right now who push all their chips in and go land some veteran player that they think is going to make a difference and they really don't. And then next thing, you know, they wind up just spin in their wheels. I think the hawks right now are banking on just organic growth across the board from a number of their players, their younger guys, and I still think they've got flexibility with their wings. So I like what the hawks did, even though we can look at it and we say, okay, they didn't do that much. Yeah, but they also didn't trip over their own two feet, which I know sounds simple, but sometimes it's not really. No, the reality is the hawks could have gotten a little cheap. This off season. We spent a lot of money last year about Donovan Gallinari and so on and so forth and maybe we can not jump go and not go to the 5 years, essentially 25 million or so that he got. But they didn't do that. They stayed the course. They brought back their major guys and Collins and Lou Williams, even brought back Solomon hill, who was not a great player, but he's a really good depth piece for them. Then of the players retained. They're going to get back to Andre hunter from injury. He was always for a lot of the second half of the year..

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"hawks" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

03:18 min | 10 months ago

"hawks" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

"Slash review series breaking down the Atlanta Hawks and the Dallas Mavericks to move the moves that they've made during the off season. What we think it's going to mean for them during this season, we're going to answer a bunch of questions as we go along the first and foremost, Keith Smith and I obviously we were on the same page because we both decided to wear blue shirts for today's show. I think that's a good omen Keith. Blue polo. What's wrong with the blue T-shirt, but I threw on the polo. I wanted to look good for you today. I felt that was a little sloppy. Last time. So I wanted to look good for you. Well, no kidding blue was always my first date shirt. In fact, I wore a blue shirt, my first date with my wife, so I always felt like a blue shirt had to be in some way a lucky color or something like that. So I think that that means this is going to be an absolutely great show today. Well, it was going to be anyway, but it certainly doesn't hurt at all. By the way, we do need to mention, speaking of things that are going well right now, we are as of this moment. It's gonna be different by the time we finish this show, but we're a 150 subscribers away from hitting our 10,000 marks and thank you to everybody who has subscribed to this show. We certainly appreciate it. If you haven't done so yet, make sure you do subscribe and turn on those notifications as well. Keith for no other reason than I've got this graphic up already, why don't we kick things off with the Atlanta Hawks? Let's break down what they did during this past off season, what it's going to mean for them during the season and everything else in between. Perfect. So we'll do guys is if you watch the other video where we did this with the Chicago Bulls and Portland trailblazers. We're going to go through who they added who they lost, who they retained, if there were other changes and transactions that happened with the franchise and we're going to ask a whole bunch of questions to each other and get into it. So starting out with the Atlanta Hawks, players added, relatively quiet off season, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. They added in Sharif Cooper on a two way contract. Gorgie Jiang came in. Jalen Johnson was drafted and then delon Wright. Point guard picked up via trade where they sent two guys who were gone now, Christopher and Bruno Fernando went to the Boston self interest in Thompson to the Sacramento Kings in the hawks, get delonge right. So flipping over to the guys that they lost. They already mentioned Dunham Fernando, Brandon Goodwin remains unsigned, Nathan knight signed a two way with the Minnesota Timberwolves. So he in effect is replaced by Sharif Cooper and then Tony Snell signed a one year minimum contract with the Portland trailblazers. So 5 guys out, four guys in. And then they did pretty good work of retaining some of their own free agents. We won't run through all the names that they retained here because you can read them and see them yourself. But the guys they resigned, John Collins was resigned. That was the big one. Obviously, that was the major reasoning, but Solomon hill a key role player for them, especially when they had injuries to guys at the forward line like Deandre hunter, then Lou Williams was resigned, a little bit of backcourt, depth there, another score. It then Skylar maze was brought back on another two way contract. So hawks roster, pretty well finished. They've got one open spot if they wave their camp in white guys and in that..

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"hawks" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"hawks" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"Recap here. Tom brady was a free agent. He ended up winning a super bowl with the bucks in his very first year but clearly he did not feel the love in the courtship process. There are many theories many candidates. I am intrigued by what you guys think. Monica or you would treat. I am intrigued. And we're hearing names like tanna cards robiskie even garoppolo. Potentially i when i think of all of those organizations though i mean the awesome competitor. I guess it's clearly. Yeah i part of me thinks being that it is just like him manufacturing enemies. Because tom brady feels like the type of guy to do that. But i also know that if anyone tumbles into. Nfl rabbit holes. It is you so. I am so all the names that monogram actions are candidates for the m effort in question part of the reason. There's so much heat around jimmy g. Despite the that him and tom brady sensibly get along. Insurers in is that there were a lot of reports that tom brady was interested in playing for san francisco and to me. This is less about the quarterback and him being angry at again the hypothetical quarterback and more about the organization's overlooking him go. And you know when you're asian your career you're gonna find chips on your shoulder where they might not exist in. This is one. That apparently fueled tom brady to this day coming in july two not flicks sexy beasts. If you've seen this clip already..

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"hawks" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"hawks" Discussed on Highly Questionable

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"hawks" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"hawks" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"I watched. Probably right because the clippers bradley shouldn't be optimistic because watching them in gain to it. Felt like watching a boxer landing his best potch right. Like devon booker. Didn't do much. They forced them into a turnovers zuma. Play well paul. George poor paul george his out that he is exhausted which is why he blew those free throws at the end. The dude is played so much basketball without kawhi leonard in this lineup so while i would love to see the adjustments pablo alluded to. I can't really think of any especially with chris. Paul coming back for days. The biggest adjustment guys that is unfortunately not in the control of tyler is whether or not coalisland camera turn. This deficit is not like the others because one. That's sons are going to get better with. The return of chris bought and we all are looking like rim. Do actually need him now. He's gonna come back. I don't necessarily expect campaign to continue to play out of his mind but this team is going to get better and without kawhi. Leonard always question. We've always rushed the identity of the slipper slots the signs are different animal from both the jazz and the mavericks so to me. The adjustments that he's gonna make deandra nne is not going to have the same rudy. Gobert issue deondraye not only had a game winner. He's playing great basketball throughout this playoffs. I dislike how somewhere devon booker might be on his couch watching television being like a metaphor getting punched in the face. Yeah real metaphorical.

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"hawks" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"hawks" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"That shot that thought never even entered his because he's young and confident and it is incredible to watch. And that's the thing with this squad right. I think that's the one intangible that we all need to lean into when a gat tight for the sixers in the games that it was closed against the nikola atlanta hawks quad is not scared and so to me about the bank on a squad. That's gonna show up in the moment. Chris middleton is supposed to be my guy. I think he has better game. Move forward but they're absolutely not scared. Big time months man. No not at all. I mean trey young. I mean that's part of his part of his leg supervillain power right win. Everyone else freaks out. He begins to salivate. This is what he lives for. Any right monica what he does and the thing. How do you solve look drew holiday. If you were to hold a draft of cards to defend trae young you might draft jrue holiday number one overall. You might bent simmons number two those two guys who has used picks to move around and discard on top of those jimmy movements. Monica i still in my brain seeing throwing lobs to john collins like we have that video of baccalaureate what is this you gotta conference finals. You know he's going to throw the lab or bama three or cut to the ram because that's what he does and we're all left to take. How is it that. I can't do television without my neck hurting while that guy is shimmying all over. The milwaukee bucks. Should the clippers feel optimistic about tonight's game three so i believe they should. If any team showed it is these clippers coached by tai lue but counterpoint. This is how the last.

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"hawks" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"hawks" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"I guess people prefer not that is very close. Bothers you for me. Oh my god it's sobers. That's correct sal. Welcome to highly questionable. That's that is monitored mcnutt and we are getting all of these cracks out flexible today. Oh there it is. Oh my god gross. Are you starting to wonder if trae young and the hawks unstoppable starting to wonder i've been wondering that for two weeks now like yes. I think about this. I have haunted by this every day of my life. And it's not just because the hawks came back to beat the bucks by three last night in game one of these conference finals. It's fact that trae young does stuff like this important holiday one because he does news like that the move. I want you to pay attention to is this just a little a little shimmy and further solidifies. guys that this is evil steph. Curry this is the warriors of steph. Curry's i've said it once i will say it. A million times. He is a villain. He came into madison square garden. Monica and incinerated. Everybody came into philly incinerated. Everybody came into milwaukee incinerated. Everybody's score fifty points in his first conference finals game ever plus eleven assists. He is somebody who no one has figured out yet. So yes. I do wonder if he is unstoppable. Listen i've been to close to this to really appreciate it. After the first round exit for the knicks at the hands of the atlanta hawks squad but sitting back and watching the philadelphia. Seventy sixers get sent home. I must say that. I very very nervously still landed on the bucks seven but i think i probably should have gone. It's not just because of the reaction of game once is because no one knows how to defend this pick and roll. He's either going to kill you the assist or he's going to score i get it. Everybody is hollering lopez. Can't play go small. You gotta meet him at the screen. Okay he shift. The adjustment is going to come. This hot spot is very good. I i need some water because all of the salt emanating from my fellow panelists. I mean we got a sixers fan in the minimum. We got a knicks fan on the other side. Trae young laid waste to both of your teams. Now look the bucks. Were up seven with four minutes left. And then they could buy a rebound. You could say well. What does that have to do with trae young. They couldn't buy a rebound because brook. Lopez wasn't on the floor because trae young played him off the floor. I don't really know what the adjustment is at this point. I don't think. Chris middleton is going to lay an egg like he did last night. I think he will come back and we should remember the did almost win this game but good lord watching that shitty just now before the shot i have never felt older in my life because the level of dasuki it changed when you're twenty three years old in your first conference. Final game is incomprehensible to me. Like i would be so afraid of doing it. And then mythic.

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"hawks" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"hawks" Discussed on Get Up!

"The nets the lakers and so much more tide may be turning in green bay white. It suddenly looks like this good end far better and far sooner than we expected all that more as we get out with you starting right now. Hope you have a wonderful weekend. Greening with you on monday from the seaport. We are jam packed. Full off take a look at the crew. We've got over here talking football today. Mike tannenbaum chris. Canty and dan graziano the size. Disparity is somewhat jarring. Even from here we will have to with the nba game of the night. Game seven sixers hosting the hawks. Joel embiid trae young. Pick it up in the fourth. A good game entering the fourth trae young really struggling only eleven point but he starts to cook when it matters most under seventy go. Hawks are down and young. Get this one to two point game under four minutes to play. Now we're tied at eighty six. What am i. Kevin hurt had when they needed buckets. He was there to get him over. Seth curry atlanta's got the lead three and a half. Here's the play. Everyone is talking about this morning. Ben simmons appears to have an open dunk but instead he gives it up to matiz bible would get fouled. That's a wide open slam. Simmons did not attempt a shot in the fourth quarter. Meanwhile fox up one three minutes to go young almost loses it then he throws it up and capello throws at donaldson three point atlanta lead. Thirty seconds later saint school yang areas. He would finish twenty one hawks up six a minute length. Hopefully warmth big moment hurter pulling up for three five. Gets him in the head shots. Make them all kevin herders. Fourteen twenty seven atlanta by four next possession season on the line and being stripped. We're going the other way. The millenary uncontested. Oh my goodness atlanta wins. They tape game seven one three ninety six advancing to take on the walking in the eastern conference finals for philly. The question will not stop be.

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"hawks" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"hawks" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Right. You bring in. Daryl morey you bring in doc rivers in. All of us again bounced by the hawks. I believe if the sixers lose in this series. They're going to break up. Ben simmons enjoying well they tried. They tried earlier this season. They tried to trade ben simmons. Four james harden. It did not work but you know there are only two human beings in a sixers that scored field goals in the second half. And that was. Seth curry had a great game. And joel embiid like it was just a complete meltdown by them. You have to look rivers as well. Shout the seth curry because like you mentioned. He was the only one that play above his expectation and he kept them in that game. Put those four quarter numbers back up their please for the philadelphia. Seventy sixers big three. Because i know what may not be up there. The free throw joel miss leak Was also cruise show and like i told you been simmons. It's one thing not to score a field goal in the fourth quarter about away. He has a score one in the last two quarters. It's another thing to have zero dog. Like to have a dona in the fourth quarter for your all-star your mba performer. Like i tell everybody. The pieces of the chessboard. Just become awkward in the playoffs because they need to occupy the same real estate. Joel joel is best around the basket. And then the pink. So is ben simmons. Like i told you we years. They're the only team. Get this knowledge off. They're the only team whose two best players aren't primary three.

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"hawks" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"hawks" Discussed on Get Up!

"The considerations obviously here if he's staying maybe he needs better protection last year. He had the most pressure drawbacks of any quarterback in the league. Also in this is inside the top five in quarterback kids and sacks. But that really. Isn't the story here. The story gives off season in which we were talking a lot about. Russell wilson's departure. And then suddenly that conversation seems to have been silenced diana receding what should we know right this minute about the relationship between russell wilson and the seahawks. Yeah mike i get the sense that this is improved. This is getting better. I'm not sure what's making it better exactly but it seems like this is something that both sides are willing to look past for this season. Shane waldron the new offensive. Coordinator has been in touch with russell. Wilson they'd been working really well together russell. Same press conference we just aired talking about waldron and really. He sounded pressed with him. And really the story here to me is the fact that he's working on improving the offense shows. He's obviously all in for the season. But just the fact that even two weeks ago when we heard that seattle was interested in trading with the atlanta falcons. Julio russell was on the phone with julio trying to sell him to seattle trying to get him to play there so that was the tells you that this is the place he wants to be for now. This is where he's happy. So i just think like in most relationships. You gotta look past some of the some of the impulse if you think there's something good underneath it all dominic. Here's the way. I look at it sort of conflict. The two big. Nfl quarterback stories of this off season. It looks like russell. Wilson has gotten himself to a place that aaron rodgers has not. We don't know if we ever will. Which is that. Wilson has in a place where he realizes. This is where. I'm going to be if i'm gonna play this year. It's going to be here. And i'm gonna make it work the best i can. That doesn't necessarily mean for any future time but that's what it looks like to me. Russell got himself. There and aaron rodgers did not russell was got himself there. And i think russell it all planned to get himself there but i don't think that it's over. I think diana said at the beginning he said for this season. I think that's probably right because we know russell has a very calculated kind of team. First company man always says the right thing and always puts out the right message. I know he never explicitly demanded a trade but certainly that came from somewhere and then the craziest part about it was the seahawks reaction was kind of looking around talking considering it. Like whatever brought russell wilson who's normally a straightforward company guy. Whatever brought him to the point where he was willing to let us all entertain the idea of him getting traded. That hasn't changed. Nothing's changed in sort of them having some sort of miraculous super bowl run. I imagine at the end of the season given the fact that they're playing in probably the toughest division in football that they will have a season that will disappoint and russell. We'll be back on the trading market more seriously next year because the cap hit won't be as bad. What do you think it less. Amandus this this whole situation right now. it's smooth over. What is not going anywhere. Those those teams didn't come out. Come out of thin air whether.

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04:29 min | 1 year ago

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"Why wouldn't you you know exactly alike. Have fun with it. Especially after a few years of rebuilding and a few years of doom and gloom. S- thoroughly enjoying this An in addition to being a a good. It's also really fun team. You know the way trae young play. Obviously he's very crafty. he's very flashy And i think it's just a really entertaining game to watch to light can but it can be pretty aesthetically pleasing and just kind of exciting so yes. I've seen the video. People people are just having fun with it at this point. Yeah no it's been really cool to see. Because i i mean. The hawks haven't been good for for quite a while. I mean five. Years is a long time than in general. I was talking to my grandma yesterday. I live in cleveland in. She was like what are the cavs can be granted. There's one title like five years ago but Yeah no it's it's a really great especially with trae I was really excited to see him in the playoffs. Because i know. I mean one of the knocks on him has always been you know. What is it gonna be in the playoffs house Translate and he was absolutely fantastic in his first round on top of turn into like really playing the bid of being a villain in a series which was really fun to see to Not with how. Some fans handled it but in general the way that he handled it was awesome. What have you seen from him. That's been most impressive. You like what what really stood out to you in that first round series. Either on or off the court. Yeah i think i mean. He was sensational in the first round. I think he averaged pretty much. Just about thirty and ten assists obviously and I think one thing that really caught my eye was his every was kind of saying like. Oh why does it new york come after him in this way. Why don't they come after him. In this way they it or at least they tried. It just wasn't successful. Because i think one thing that trae has gotten really good at this year And obviously it's because he has more weapons around him You know like the last two years the roster kinda reflected that the hawks were rebuilding But this year with more weapons around with guys like bogey who he can really play off even though sometimes..

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04:43 min | 1 year ago

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"How he was fired Especially after being given an extension. I think that was a bit of an organizational mishap in a bit. Is you know underselling but I think you look at it and everything that came out after some of the some of the issues that they came out locked room with similar to with void. Like i think if if there's no internal strife in lock rumor issues with not even that there were issues between the macmillan in the players but just basically from my understanding and reporting this come out. There were significant issues in the locker room between players and he wasn't stepping in to take care of any of it because that's not nate's mo he's never been that kind of coach And that was a big reason for why he ended up not being part of the pacers anymore. So it's just kind of a little bit of an interesting parallel and how that's partially. Why not there. And now nate's there and then you talk about not fixing the offense or fixing the defense at all or not not not necessarily changing. I think i should say That's what i find particularly interesting and also slightly frustrating looking at the hawks and this hiring because natives good coach. And i think in some regards. He'll make a lot of sense for the hawks. Like you mentioned. He's fantastic at getting the most out of his players. And i think that accounts for a lot more than people realize. Especially when you're a team that's not a contender in the moment or you're you're trying to just become a competent winning organization but then you talk about not being necessarily dynamic with the offense which was an issue for the pacers. His entire tenure. That's been like. I mentioned my frustration with the hawks. Like i think you make some of the moves that trash does in the offseason. I personally did not love the danilo. Gallinari move i know. A lot of people are not as in on that now because of how he's played But i did really enjoy the move for bogdan bogdonovich. Obviously christiaan was a fun signing. I was a little bit more. Lukewarm on rondo But looking at bogdonovich. Specifically i mean i think that was where you saw maybe opportunities to get trae off ball or just opportunities to have somebody else running the offense and that really just hasn't taking place this year and i don't know how much you can necessarily put that on on entree or lloyd but regardless. I don't know how much nate's going to be able to change that because that was an issue frozen tire. Time with the pacers yeah. It's really interesting that a lot of this is just twitter in a lot of ways but A lot of the complaints were about pierce's offensive approach in a lot of ways. And i don't really i never really understood it. I guess i want someone that. The hawks offense around young At when it doesn't look good it doesn't look very good at it. Looks stagnant and part of that is because you're building the ship around one guy and that's documented they you know that's what happens when you have a player like him That you have to do that. And he got knocked for that a lot. But in actuality. The hawks have been really good on offense. Yeah whatever training plays like pretty much you know for both years especially this year. The hawks have above average offense overall. And it's even better than that when trae place so you can say it's kind of hit minutes or you could say that it's stagnant but it does work and changing mcmillan is not gonna fix that. He's not known for his innovation. Offensively and the hawks. Just yeah i mean you you. You mentioned the gary stuff you know. I didn't love that..

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"Coach But you could tell okay normally if that kind of move happens you know there's a there's something there it's not like a for sure but given how the year started out. I wasn't entirely surprised that it happened. The timing was Abysmal in terms of an organizational sense But overall i mean what are your thoughts so far had it into the naming owner. 'cause i know they've actually started off fairly well with him and he coached the a couple of games will Loyd was out with his wife for birth of his kid. Which makes it even more. Just gosh uncomfortable. You're yeah yeah i remember. It's it actually. It sounds terrible. But i thought about it. As soon as the team announced that he was going to be taking some time off to go back in be there for the birth of his his child. I was like wow. This is probably not great for him. Right now Just in terms of job since And ended up being kind of the case but yeah start long winded wave. Where were you kinda out with that. They they went to one and that i stretch with me at the helm to and since he's taken over. There's there's some noise in that like there's this. I'm not even sure if it's a joke anymore. I think it might be some people being serious. And some people joking and now it's mixed into one as you probably understand about how mcmillan's just turned everything relevant his own basically atlanta which is just not the case because no. No coach could do that that quickly. But yeah i mean. The hawks have made the move I think no one always that. I've talked to was surprised that lloyd was fired At some point just because he was clearly not. He was not in a stable position between his contract. Be after season The fact that there was all kinds of well-publicized stuff where trade and had the best relationship all of that kind of stuff. You know it was you you could read. The degree leaves also about that. So nola surprised that he was fired. I think the timing was surprising in that. They fired him. Two games before the all-star break.

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04:40 min | 3 years ago

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"Next year. I think it's going to be important. They've gotta think fourteen million in room. They go out and get some veterans for that benched, some mentors locked. And we saw last year with Vince Carter having a really strong role, but that's a team that's going to be fun next year. I don't know if they're quite right there. But if they can develop the follow year, eighty million in room because all these contracts are so, so cheap that they could be, you know, a destination for free agents eighty million in room, the following year for a team did now trae young, who is absolutely stepped in and played better than most people expected, and then just moved up aggressively in the draft. That's a team that, that moves up the Giti Andre hunter last night with fourth over I'll pick camera. At number ten Cam and up and down sort of one year at Duke versus the expectations. He had but obviously a talented player he could Andre and Cam combined with trae and next year you'll have eighty million dollars to spend to build around that ooh. I mean, they're taking a page right out of the seventy Sixers book. We'll we'll get a bunch of young players figure dynamic. They're just doing it faster. Really impressive move by them. It's first and last on ESPN radio. I'm Jason Fitz. Yes, we will get to by the way, just a few minutes, something that may be one of the stupidest things I've ever heard in my life and it comes from major league baseball. Major league baseball was lost their dang biness with one of the most idiotic things I've ever had. We'll do that in a few minutes. But while we're bashing people, the NBA did do one thing last night, it was awful do usually pretty good. The usually pretty good at thinking ahead, something I trash Roger Goodell about all the time, I just want I won't commissioners lease to have, you know, forward thinking that allows them to get ahead of whatever the next issue is going to be the NBA's usually really good at that last night. They had one epic fail. And it's an easily fixable fail. If you were watching the broadcast last night, you were stunned. Most of us were stunned when you saw the fourth overall pick, we told you Deandra hunter, we told you went to the hawks yet, when you're watching the broadcast you see the word Lakers, the Lakers are on the clock with the fourth overall pick what. We know days ago that the Lakers came to an agreement to trade that to the pelicans. We know hours ago, the pelicans traded that pick to the hawks. And then you see Andre hunter picked, and he walks over to Maria Taylor, who, by the way, Maria, you were spectacular last night. I don't know how she held it together and those interviews I would have been crying as you already know. But then he puts on Lakers colors puts on a Lakers colored hat, and they even joke. Well, we already know that, that you're going to be going to the hawks you worked out for Atlanta. Tell them what they mean what they mean to you. Wouldn't awkward moment? Why was that awkward moment there? Because these trades were hearing about can't be finalized until the start of the league year Bobby March, pointed on ESPN dot com. This is the league's going to have to take a hard look at changing the rules when it comes to the timing of Fisher moves around the draft and free agency. This is important had the NBA started. The new salary cap calendar before the draft the Andre hunter jerick Culver Jackson Hayes and Cameron Johnson also elected in the top eleven four of the top eleven picks would not have needed to masquerade as they walked across the stage representing teams that traded the rights elsewhere. Say huge fail not just for right now. His if your hawks fan, you are so pumped in that moment. God, we moved up to four who we take in Dion, Jay hunter. Yes. And then he walks across gets Lakers hat, but it's not just about the right now. Think about it, and a few years, when I'm watching Cleland furled shocked the world and be this epic NFL player from my beloved open raiders. What are we going to see over and over again, we're gonna see the draft broadcast or he reaches down, and he puts on a raiders as a fan. That's what you want. You want that moment where this kid that you're excited team puts on your team's hat. It might sound Tom. It might sound like it's not a big deal to a lot of you. But if you're mega fan of that team and you watch somebody get picked, and they put on the wrong colors, man. Not only. Did you lose that moment? Not only did you create something that looked awkward to into the fan base watching right now. But you also lost a historical moment to look back on it and say, man, that's my guy. And that's when my guy got drafted by my team, huge fail by the NBA and it's fixable. Get it right before next year fixed that one thing coming up next. We're gonna keep talking about the nature of the NBA draft. All morning, but man, one of the dumbest ideas, I've heard in all of sports is coming out of major league baseball. It's stupid, not tell you why. This is first and last. I'm Jason Fitz. ESP sweepstakes.

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