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"henry tax" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

03:45 min | 3 months ago

"henry tax" Discussed on The Playbook

"Your academy, your podcast, your books when you step on the stage and I call it it, and there's certain people that have it and do you think that that can be developed trait the energetic side this emotional connection that we put out this charisma albeit or called in products and solutions you know this attraction can you think do you think that we can practice it evolve ought to something that you're born with I do believe that some people are just born with it they're lucky enough. To be born with it, I also have seen firsthand many people develop it when they care enough to to put the time energy money focus into really understanding who they want to market to what they want to do how they wanna serve I do think that is something that can be developed and and the way develop is you keep showing up over and over again creating content you you create a business that you're there to serve, and I think that you get better at connecting with your audience. Thank goodness it's something you can develop. It from the beginning. In you have developed into quite a mentor as well but I know younger mentors don't aren't born with being a mentor because it takes situation or knowledge experience advice and most importantly I call it the dummy tax If you haven't made the mistakes and learned in Henry Tax, you're not going to be a great mentor yourself. I think that's what made me. Such an extraordinary mentor is I've paid more dummy tax than most people on Earth. Now one of your mentors though has paid a lot of dummy tax and he's also one of my mentors what influenced in Tony Robbins have on not only your career, but your perspective of being an entrepreneur in the space. So. For over seven years I got to work as the content director for the Tony Robbins. Organization. And I was so fortunate because I got to pitch in catch with Tony Work in his space create and work on the content that.

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"henry tax" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

07:06 min | 5 months ago

"henry tax" Discussed on The Property Couch

"Year in pyro tech's when we could be employing more people it will potentially remove taxes lock vehicle registration taxes to draw on our rides. which will basically help him? Pass Alz at. In terms of my ability, and moving around, and the other big one that will help ease, obviously, Dame Judi start potentially we could get rid of state based Stamp Judy's which we heard recently when we interviewed Ken Morrison on the Property Catch podcast that for every dollar, Rice Boston Judy seven to two saints of damage is done to the economy, and when we talk about that damage that it's Don, we're talking about. Reducing. I'm locking people into locations reducing Lyobimov. And our role, economic activity, and so it's an incredibly unproductive tax, and are with that type of and people could damn size. That would be more my ability. More properties will become available for people to move around, and people could move from city to Stein without having this warping tax that Vajpai site. Something like that in my view differently needs to be divided and We know that the politicians of the die on who want to control things and Stein. Pal realized that Jesus T is politically unfavorable, but it's not so if consumers and how salt understand this better. In terms of what household stained by why of high taxes again if I buy a luxury car, FI, if i. WanNa sign a fancy our to the budget hotel. If I want to eight at a fancy restaurant, old hours, tops and things I'll be buying more goods and services tax on as opposed to those people. Who are on a lower income now, of course, there's one big thing that we have to do here and that is. We need to make sure that the safety net is in place. We absolutely need to make sure that we have an appropriate safety net to actual we look after the most vulnerable in society agreed on, but we also need to make sure. Sure that back Middleclass people don have social welfare, so we want to try and make sure that we're getting more people moving through the economy. I'm looking after those most vulnerable stars in Mars made, but keeping economy moving in regards that we have aspirational people and ask society who are willing to move forward in that area, but coming back to the politics. Politicians a self interested wrought scientists. Look at the numbers now look at the testing that I do in the in the society and they'll Sai not name to do. Anything is politically poison, so we want to touch it. But if like coming at and sampling, society and people are more informed than I signed on Ivan to a change in goods and services tax one-stop saying that through their polling Hopefully we'll say Aleida who has the maturity to handle it? And get the reform that we need because we want to take advantage of this situation to set up our economy setup our tax systems because it shoot also result in lower. Pay Weiji for people as well I and so you Pyeho consumption you pie on tax or worked. Those types of things are just you know their their economy killers. And provide for prosperous economic outlook, so he can understand my on these, I think that tax reform in the Jesus T. area is going to be far better than than tweaking. The ages which was what was nine. And what's been happening all the Henry tax reviews where they bicycle having included Jay's. The papal side to the governments that were up to the audio offer, J., t. an increase or a broadening of the bice. That's GONNA. Be Good for the long term reform that we need in this country to have a prosperous economy, so I just want to focusing on that to get that conversation. APP because I. Think it is a the that we need to have. So in summarizing Marmara. WRAP, up! This doubt that we WANNA. Keep an eye on consumer and business. Confidence Victoria. Taking, heat side, there's going to be a second RESP- later nets disappointing would have locked saying that that sort of data that we did get Adolf, but we're coming up, but it's Kinda slow down because of what's happening here in Victoria and the containment, but what we also want to be focusing on is the fact that. We're experiencing widespread lockdowns and our dime think we will going forward if we have a widespread lockdown, it's. Consensus of all economists and Papal on disdained jobs and and the economic outlook that would be extremely dangerous. I'm Lucius. Into are very very deep recession, so widespread lockdowns we'll. We'll do that, and so we want to avoid them at all costs, which basically means that we want to have these targeted lockdowns and these Pasha lockdowns to be able to control of ours to have manageable. Because we always said that's what we WANNA do so we will still say the economy is opening up. And we want say these widespread fans. We've learned a lot from where we've come from from being quite concerned notice and on nine and fearful back in March and April two. Now knowing we not, we know what we need to do. We need to keep. People locked in and sit in areas, and that will slow the spread of the virus on Wall Swift Swift, also trying to not the economy, and giving people the opportunity to go to work. An income said I can support their families, so it's really important to understand if we the partial lockdowns going on, they're not gonna be a material impact on the broader economy It's only a widespread lockdown that will have that material impact, and hopefully we'll get off. That obviously with. The health issue that we've got. in terms of the treatment programs doing getting bitter h wake and we're saying no fatalities right improving in developed nations where the have availability of good healthcare and services and medicines to be out to do that, and in addition to that, obviously, we white. In our results, all vaccine trials are going on around the world. So that he's not fondness each and it is. We don't have to be as faithful as we would. back in dollars diners months where we really had a lot of on nine on nine. We now know what we know. We now know more about the virus every day every month. and we've got to go on about leaving laws. Go to make sure that we continue to do out best while souls are practicing social distancing measures while spokes are Dan leaving the carbon nine eight at so it makes it easier for people to do the tracing that Binay to do until I'm disdained where the spread is occurring, Iran only helping yourself and also your fellow citizens. You don't want to.

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"henry tax" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

12:07 min | 1 year ago

"henry tax" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Together in two thousand twelve with the L A. Angels of Anaheim trout today agreeing on a twelve year four hundred and thirty million dollar deal to stay with the angels, which comes to about thirty six million dollars a year. This a few weeks after of course, Bryce Harper signing a thirteen year three hundred and thirty million dollar deal with the Philadelphia Eagles, which is about twenty six million dollars per year. So my dream outfield of Harper in Trump playing together with the Phillies is done unless the angels at some point move him to the National League. But not a surprise the numbers from my trout who for the last five six maybe seven years has been generally considered the best player in baseball. He's put up these numbers. That are incredible all-time great numbers his Opie s opium plus. War. I mean, he's putting up numbers that the likes of Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth and Barry Bonds put up and he's doing it all in the modern game and playing a gold club caliber outfield can also steal bases. And just seems like a really good guy. The only part of what torii hunter talked about. What was the personality? I don't think by Trump has much of a personality and for the highest paid player in baseball. Maybe want a little bit more of that. But you can't change someone. That's who might trout is. But not a real shock that this is the deal, and it's going to come to about thirty six million dollars a year as unquestionably the best player in baseball. And you could even make an argument that based off of some of the we that he's giving the team a little bit of a discounted Amini. I think he's that much better than he's that much better than everybody else. I think Mookie Betts is great. I'm not trying to take away from Mookie Betts. But the thing that impresses me. The most about Mike trout, and those numbers you talking about the, and they are historically great is how consistent they are two. With nookie bats. He was he was the best bowling league last year. He wants to take that away from him. But. Charles frightened the every four that to seventy to sixty four. He still was trapped doesn't have those Ed inflow and Mookie even when he hit two sixty four still had a good war. Still had a decent. Oh PS. Plus still wanna go at Trump's not gonna gonna hit to suddenly drop off in eighty points. Lower on seasonal won the batting title last year. So yeah, I think if you power ranking the best players in baseball, you go trout one Mookie to and again, if Mookie comes back this year, I don't expect them to hit three forty six again. But if he hits three twenty with around a thousand a war at nine and wins another goal phenomenal. There's a gap between Trump's at seven straight years. He came up in two thousand and. Yeah, that's what's phenomenal rookie year. I thought he should have been MVP the league Miguel Cabrera want it because he had the triple crown that year, but the triple crown to me is a bit outdated. I mean in one thousand nine sixty seven when you Stransky the first time since since. I five years, but to me OPSEC PS, plus war all those numbers mean more than batting average home runs and RBI, although those are great numbers to so now you've got the standard is set with Mike trout at thirty six million dollars a year. What does this mean to the Boston Red Sox going forward this year, obviously potential free agents and Zanu Bogart's? Chris sale again, not an everyday player report. Selo JD Martinez could be up this year if he opts out and then the following year. The big one is Mukhi that's bets would the Red Sox beat smart at this point and sit out Mogi Betson say look trout, twelve years four thirty. Let's give you ten. I don't know. Three fifty get it done. Yeah. I think it would be smart to try to work out some sort of extension with him. What it does is it sets a cap for Mookie Betts can make because he's no one would say he should get paid the same or more than Mike trout that doesn't make any sense. So there's the number for thirty four thirty for thirty six million dollars is a number. And that's the Red Sox won't go up. Nobody's gonna go above that. Nobody's gonna pay Mike trout. So then you work down from there. What set you know, what it does is sets a starting point. Here's the guy. He's the best player in baseball. So no one should make more than him. And Mookie Betts is not going to be a free agent till the end of next year. So when he becomes a free agent. He will actually be an year old Mike trout his right now. So let's go with the ten years, which again, I the thing that blows my mind about baseball is ten years twelve years. You know, we're talking about Mike trout will be twenty you'll be thirty nine when that contracts Bryce Harper is going to be thirty nine when his contract's up. And if you give Mukhi ten years it's going to be thirty eight when he's up a skill set going to be the same especially now. Mike trout, a lot of their game revolves around the speed. They're really great defensive outfielders. Mookie Betts is a better defensive outfielder Mike drought. I know that might be blasphemous. But I know yes, my is the best defensive outfielder in baseball. He's the best rightfielder. I've seen central Bertel Clementi case closed that's pretty high praise. So I think that's where we're going to have to look at it. Christine is like at what point can you just sit down and be proactive rather than say, well, let's just see what happens to Mookie Betts and say, here's ten years. Three fifty. Let's do it you could. But you think it would be better to accept it? Deal. I mean, you turn that down. And what happens if he gets hurt sixty four this year. And there's an injury concern. I mean, what can happen? Archie rather safe than sorry? You would think, but I just wondered like a lot of these players if they better themselves. He may I can get more somewhere else. I can wait another year. I'm good in his head. He may be wrong. You may regret it for the rest of his life. But he may say I'm better. I'd how good I am. And I know the market I get one three fifty in two years. Yeah. Because if he thinks he's better than he thinks he should get more money than Mike trout. There's always this case where sorry to go back in a way back machine. But sometimes you have to read our back always pay Bill. Russell one more dollar than we'll Chamberlain yet. All we have one more dollar because he said he's better when championships will win scoring titles. Let me give him one dollar. I don't know. If Mookie Betts and his representatives are that. Hell bent on saying we're the best player in baseball. I need to make a dollar more than my local high, but taste thinks he's with four hundred million three fifty three fifty's alum. Stocks are going to work with some work out some sort of extension with key bats they have to make. So the next year to two years of arbitration that they would be paying more in evaluating that let's say this euros water on twentysomethings one million next year probably twenty eight so they they have to offer something that would offset. Thanks next year. Okay. Just started next year. Say okay, you playing this year for twenty one million the ten years attendance. We fifty. I think that's really breezy offer again, most people would sign it. But I just wanted to like, okay. Here's the Red Sox. Fifty in his agent goes out unless the other teams isn't even willing to go higher than fifty and say the Yankees Zago. We'll go free seventy five he may wait. Maybe like well three seventy dollars more than three fifty. So I'll bet on myself that I'll still be worth three seventy five to use them unless he just says, look, I love it here. Happen to whatever they do, which is the talent. But he took the disc out then you short three fifty. I don't know what kind of discount that is. It's a lot of money is a lot of money, but I- Royal when they signed him for fifteen million dollars a year was seven one zero five when they did that this is a bargain was because he could probably go out and get twenty million. It was never quite Robinson. Canoas apply was the last big extension. The Red Sox worked out that you can recall while they had someone who was on the precipice of being a free agent. Yeah. That's a really good question. Have they done it? I mean, many sign here. Eight years one sixty and then left or got traded in the year. But that was under prior administration resigned. David ortiz. David Ortiz doing one year deal. Which which he did not like. Sandwich him. But again, he was an older guy with some injury concerns. And he was a a couple of years. He didn't any skyrocketed back. And I still think they got a bargain with him when you. And there was the problem for him. Was there was just no market always D H. I can't really think of one it would be the first to my recollection that they've done. Maybe it might not be how they like to do less to walk, right? Yep. Okay. Every day, and they had a years to try to extend him if they wanted to hear John Henry training you and he was talking to the pictures more than hit us because he doesn't want to repeat the list of things he'd be more willing. Again, I said this before give like Chris sale money. Well, there was a story in the Wall Street Journal this week about how the Red Sox were close to a being extensive with with Chris sale. Nothing's come of that. Yeah. I just say the way John Henry taxes. He did say he didn't have anything to say about Mookie. Okay. And big extension for Chris sale would be what six to eight years average annual value of say twenty five to twenty seven million a year. Right. So let's say, let's let's go on the high end say eight years two hundred million. So now that's twenty five million a year. If you give thirty five million a year now, you're up to sixty million a year for two players, and we know they're both exceptional players. Now, you also get Zander Bogart's to look at. You've got Rick for solid look at JD Martinez as well. You've got David price for four more years like it or money for years. You've got Nathan of all the for good chunk of change for guy who's probably afford starter. So again, they print money over there. But it it is kinda limited. They can only spend so much before they start paying penalties. And look the Red Sox last year the highest payroll in baseball, two hundred thirty five million, frankly, their their farm system, so porous that they almost have no choice if they want to stay competitive. Yeah. When it comes to pitching they can't develop pitchers. This is like nobody pitching anymore. I mean. Yes, traditionally many pitches, but it's not like they have any really exciting prospects who don't know. Could be a couple years away doll box going to be good or whoever else. But then nineteen years old. We don't moody bets kinda came from nowhere as Alex spear. Who was the first one said this guy is phenomenal. That's why Alex pier falls is probably more than anyone. And he was a couple years ahead of the curve with Mookie Betts and even your wildest dreams. You never thought was going to be this good. I mean, he's the second best player. Now, you never usually say this guy is going to be in Logar was going to have the higher ceiling. You know, not that Bogart's has been a disappointment. He's he had a really good year last year. But he doesn't blow you away. Like, Mookie Betts does. But he plays an important position at shortstop. I'd like a sign the mall, but that's not possible, right? Because zander's going to be looking for no Jewish identify who's the core of your team who are the most important pieces. And then you resign them. You can't resign everybody. I get that. But you to look who are the most who the guys were least likely to be able to replace right, obviously, Mookie Betts because he's a top three player in the league right now. So you. Say we can't you can't find a reasonable facsimile of Mookie Betts, Mike Trump's gone, right? So there's no on. And then I I don't think you could find somebody. That's better Bogart's at that position that you wouldn't be paying significantly more Carl's career becomes a free agent. He's gonna come in more than than Bogart's. He's going to be you'll be the next guy. That's in that thirty five million dollars provided these shows that he can stay healthy be might get Bogaerts at a relative bargain compared to what some of these other guys might might turn out to make. Agent is boring. That's true. That position has been such a problem for the Red Sox since our lack hole, and then finally they figured out and at the very you can you can attract some things with Zander Bogart's. But I think you can say that he is one of the leaders in a team in a very calming presence. In the lineup. That's something that you trust to take something for the patriots book. Do his job. He has everything. Well, he's a very competent. I'd say above average fielder defensively A-plus offensive..

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"henry tax" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"henry tax" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Yoda shifts out direct snap. Henry running on the right side. Henry. Tax. Thirty three to four point five the zone. Titans of thirty four ten win over the patriots pads had to their by week. Now looking at having to play catch up against the chiefs were sitting at nine and one is they buy for home field advantage in the AFC playoff. So the guys at high noon, I feel like you look at the numbers on them in DC. This isn't a team. That's really excellent at anything. We give them a supreme benefit of the doubt on the Bill Belichick is going to figure it out. And none of us want to get out in front is a maybe the patriots aren't that good last time? I did that they did went on to win the Super Bowl. It's not a very open. But did you know, Tom Brady's don't five touchdowns in the last five games? I did not five touchdowns in the last five games. Gronk is not the player that he was. But still being without him is harmful. Because as we four says Josh Gordon came into the lineup. Josh Gordon has twenty targets when he darts downfield gronk has ten he's number two on that list. After that. He's there threat to help stretch the field. So I mean, they look like a good team. They don't look like a great team. So. So the time that they lost by more than twenty points may be the time that you decided to jump off the bandwagon city twenty fourteen Kansas City, Deflategate gronk off the field stuff all of that madness. And yes, they go on and win the Super Bowl. So really what you're saying? You're if you're defending the patriots is believe in.

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"henry tax" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"henry tax" Discussed on KOMO

"Up seventeen all at the break. Washington found themselves without miles Gaskin in the second half out with a shoulder injury. And the game remained even up the middle DIVY pushy towering touchdown, Oregon Verdel CJ Verdel Jake rounding takes a snap. Drops back adds his feet on the Oregon wolves out to the right routing throw Steve. Four. Deep down the field Browning. Forty two yards into the end zone. Jake is so fired up at midfield. I've never seen so excited after making a brave after getting the ball with five. Oh, five left in the game, Washington. Drove for the wind play action fake. Grounding wants to let it rip down the left side goes for sample chats at the forty five yard line. Well, possibly being interfered with he gets it up to the forty four. It's a first down for the huskies grew waits basically cuts. Inside the twenty five down to the twenty one yard line McGrew rips up eight yards and with forty one seconds left. Timeouts called twenty four twenty four foot. The dogs are definitely appeal rates now. Eight thirty seven yard try Bill. More timeouts. This is for real good snap. All the way. Good. Stadium. Miss this place explodes with exuberance for the first time ever in one hundred and eleven meetings between these two schools the game went to overtime where Washington had the ball. First with Oregon the answer and off Mari pleasant. Oh, he's got a whole the twenty-fifty ten. Tamari pleasant does nineteen yards to the six on the first play of overtime. They desperately need him to hit this twenty two yarder. The bulls place right in the middle of the field to freshman Pete and Henry's twenty four twenty four game. I over time snappers down his way in the Keith is good from twenty two yards. L beaten Henry tax three on for the huskies this Washington twenty-seven Oregon twenty four so third down eleven now. Herber back to throw the ball time, froze Mitchell grand. I started side of the ten yard line. First and goal Oregon snapped Birkdale up the middle. There's a huge pile. The rights over time while just about sums it up this playing right? I mean, the thing is it's always sixty minutes. An overtime any one of those plays can be the difference in the ball game. Answer knows accumulation of all those plays ended up being the difference in the ballgame and hats off to Washington heck of a football game real good football team. And they belong to the ducks Jerry Allen and Mike Jorgensen on the Oregon IMG sports network. Toni castricone and Damon Jorde on the Washington IMG sports network. Dutt's pull it out in overtime thirty.

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"henry tax" Discussed on AppStories

AppStories

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"henry tax" Discussed on AppStories

"About hen riding with a pencil and using ops like good notes for example nebo is another one they can recognize stacks they let you copy henry taxed as digital text but i was thinking wouldn't it be great if i could do stuff with the pencil on the screen like write something and then make a circle around the tax and say i want to put these items these lines of text i wanna put them in things or one send an email with them or i wanna put them in documenting bear or ulysses and right now you can kind of do it if you copy the text and then you open the app and then you create a new documentum based right i love to see real tight integration between knobs in that stuff like this could happen in the background without even having to show me a ui like it could imagine for example a new workflow up made by apple that head this kind of real communications between apps that deng use your out of schemes deng us all of these hacks work arounds that we have so far but like let me create a module for good notes says whenever i make the sign put whatever it is on the page in a project in things and do these for me in the background show me a message when it's done but i don't wanna see any custom you i don't want to deal with the share sheet i don't wanna deal with extension and no i don't want to write you schemes by hand or right that's the dream of evan these multiple apps that can communicate and take wanting boots such as henry text and turn it into something that's like a list of tasks or documentary pedia i hope that that happens someday that's a really neat idea i like the idea of maybe just creating your own custom gestures it's almost like trading your own keyboard shortcut right where you you circle that text and you have particular.

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"henry tax" Discussed on Hot Takedown

Hot Takedown

06:33 min | 3 years ago

"henry tax" Discussed on Hot Takedown

"To try it for free, go to ziprecruiter dot com slash the lab. Believe it or not, there were other teams to focus on at the deadline aside from the Cavaliers. So I just wanted to open up to you guys and ask, what move stood out to you among the non Cleveland trades as potentially being impactful weather in the rest of the regular season or in the playoffs. So I mean, Here's what I think is weird, is that I mean, we talked earlier about is the goal really to win the finals from when the east. I'm a little surprised that Boston and Toronto didn't say this is as low as the bars Evrona beteween. The conference. Um, I mean Toronto's gotta weird roster. There's not a lot of flexibility and maybe Boston feels like, uh, maybe you're is I mean, is Hebert coming back. I mean, you hear various rumors I guess. But like But you know, I'm surprised that there was no deal for Evans Orford Jordan. Uh, just because it didn't seem like the price was that high Young. We also heard, Um, you know, Kenneth for reads name around and no one really, uh, made a move on him. And that seems like kind of a player that that could have slotted into a team that was already pretty good And and made a contribution. And then the Clippers just went ahead and took Lou Williams off the market for some reason we talked about them potentially blowing things up a couple of weeks ago when they traded Blake Griffin. And then you know they go ahead and they don't trade deal Andrey And they lock-up Lou Williams to a multi-year contract. I mean so the the tie-break Evans and the Lou Williams deals are like one can related to each other because the Lou Williams deal Uh. Sort of depressed the market for, uh, what you could expect have to pay for for Thai Regan. The Grizzlies were just like, Well, what if we just hang onto him and see if we can at the same time That's, uh, Mike, the market for Thai Rican general was such that teams don't want to be like squaring around with their salaries with their, with their salary cap right now. Because, uh, everyone spent a lot of money C, three summers ago. And like this summer There are a lot of teams that are about to be in the cat tax in don't really have a clear way out. So that's, I think, a big reason why. Uh, like a lot of these deals didn't happen, but could you know could Minnesota and have used him or someone right? You a little bit of outside shooting. Maybe you're someone Right or Minnesota's trying to dare trying to sign Dirk rose off the waiver wires. You had his hair cut her preoccupied and saves Watch how angry The Tea Wolves fans get. If and when they're grows starts taking minutes from ties Jones who's played really well, who was a starter for awhile. Watch of tea was hurt. I can already see it half. Getting and I cannot wait for the takes out of Minnesota because they're grows. Anybody who's watched him play anyone who's knows how to read any sort of basketball statistic has seen how harmful He is to rotation to a plus/minus what have you ties? Jones's is the polar opposite place. Very good defense for his size. Actually, very good on offense to doesn't really turn the ball over ever. But yeah, Minnesota, That was a team where they were there were actually three or four teams. I thought in the West, it could have done something that I think kind of helped Golden State by not doing anything because they are unlikely to win the Conference. But I think if something broke the wrong way for Golden State would have been interesting to really watch Minnesota's one of them for sure GAN had a you mentioned this a little bit Kyle, But how much of that was just the situation where a bunch of guy signed basically unmovable contracts to summers ago. And now you have a bunch of teams that are either butting up into the leg. Henry tax and they don't run out really take on more money. You have players that would be on expiring contracts. But, uh, other teams aren't really wanting to take them on. And then you have a guys the just can't be moved. And it seems like this weird kind of stagnant unintentionally. So economic system that made for aside from Cleveland going just crazy, not that much activity at a deadline, but but also uh, one more element to that is that the the buyers are like the team. That would be buyers right now I, There are hesitant to, um, to throw in picks because like San Antonio was involved in some trade ducks in they end up our not wanting to trade for I think a Bradley because like late first round picks are really valuable to San Antonio because San Antonio does well with them. On the other hand, there teams like Cleveland who has just spent at all They have spent all the picks that they have to, you know, reasonably spend outside of of, you know, the Brooklyn pick which they held onto, Uh, but like. If they had rolled some of those picks over the treated for MAS, gov, or develop players and better way where they were a movable young assets? Yeah, Like if the coffers were little more full than you might see a deal more deals like that happening to. I think somebody seems like a Houston in Toronto. I mean the way some of the more Sabree metric Lee RAC metrics, baseball him. You could call it save wrong exporting I saw here. But if you have like if you have two or three guys that are making the max close, the max were your stars. And then you have a bunch of guys McNeeley minimum, Right? Like it's actually kind of hard to trade from that portfolio because you kind of already maximizing in both slots. You know what I mean? They're right. You not like those medium-size, Lou Williams, this issue like chips necessarily And so. And so you know, Toronto. Again, I think I'm fairly bullish on Toronto. Our system is I think they need another player or player and a half to like, really be a serious contender but like. But it's hard to know what they would move that isn't like a young. Player, who's part of why they're good or is in a star which comes running in circles a little bit. So this actually, uh, comes to like best practices though, because Marcus Smart, a good example or Marcus Smart with finally was like, You know, made available recently. Uh, even though you know, people and talking about Marcus Smart trades for years. Uh, but to this point and like it's always the joke that Danny the hordes assets he, uh, you know, refused to trade any of his young players. Uh, but like that's not entirely should the young players just hadn't been up for restricted free agency it. Marcus Smart is coming off of the rookie deal. And teams traditionally have been really, really reluctant to give up that surplus value of a young player being paid next to nothing compared to what you would have to pay even on a second contract. Uh, but you're also right that it's hard to trade out of that of that position. So is that saying that like maybe the best practices should change where you have to start thinking about trading a guy in his second year or his early in his third year just to try to recoup set like a more developed player if that's your time

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"henry tax" Discussed on WDRC

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"henry tax" Discussed on WDRC

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