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Emily Harrington is first woman to free climb Golden Gate route on Yosemite's El Capitan in one day

Pat Walsh

03:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Emily Harrington is first woman to free climb Golden Gate route on Yosemite's El Capitan in one day

"Herring to becoming the first woman to free climb El Capitan in a single day. She's a professional rock climber Emily Harrington. Made history when she scaled the 3000 FT Granite wall of Yosemite National Park's El Capitan in under 24 hours. There's someone who could care less about the election going on. She's like I have other things on my mind. And she is a five time US national champion. I guess in rock climbing. I don't know. Racing for this climb just a year earlier that hospitalized her And a 1 30 said 10 36 against it was To begin our ascent. 21 hours, 30 minutes 51 seconds later. Herrington reached the top of El Capitan, making her fourth Her the fourth person. The first woman to ever climb a ll Capitan in 24 hours. Says NBC Nunally Harrington has literally climbed her way to the top The 34 year old rock climber, becoming the first woman ever to free climb the famed golden Gate root of El Capitan. Doing it in under 24 hours in order to free climbed el cap in a day you have to cut corner for me. It was just about balancing what types of risk I was willing to take in orderto sacrifice. My safety for seed head wound from a bad fall during the climb almost prevented her from completing it. There was a part of me that didn't want to Going, But there was this other part of me that just knew that I could do it and I deserved. I owed it to myself to try again. Carrington pushed through, making her way up nearly 3000 Ft of El Cap, one of the biggest, most iconic walls known the world over for its sheer size and difficulty. Harrington is only the fourth person ever to free climb the Golden Gate route in a single day. Using just her hands to grip ridges, sin his dimes and ropes only as a safety measure not to aid the climb. I feel like anybody could conceivably die on any given day Sport of rock climbing, made popular in the documentary Free Solo, which followed Alex Honnold as he successfully attempted the first free solo climb of El Capitan. Scaling the vertical rock face without any protection from a fall and scary honestly, a big part of the appeal is to be in this position that should be totally scary should be crazy, but to feel super comfortable. Honnold, a longtime friend and climbing partner of Harrington accompanied her on the first two thirds of her historic climb. Her fiance, Adrian Ballenger, joined her for the final section, climbing much of the sheer rock in the dark of the night, ultimately achieving what she calls an impossible dream, setting a new record and scaling her way to new Heights. Amazing. Wow. NBC News that report.

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"herring" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

02:37 min | Last month

"herring" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"That you're not insane and that actually there is a character. Richard herring whose clearing stone. But i'm not sure so. I think that's part of it is. I don't think anyone's quite sure. So with all the twitch tough especially the breakdown. That's what that's the contest. The common but i think we will not sure watching thinking this is not willing to seizing. A dead has a character sets kind of having breakdown because seventy five episodes of clearing stunts for a both time. You're having schrodinger breakdown. Because you're both when you clearing stones you'll both having a breakdown and not having a breakdown any one moment i worry about it but then like i sometimes wake up and when you wake up confused this morning and a couple of whiskies woke up. Four o'clock had had a weird dream. The dream feeling experienced enough to know wasn't into worry about but you sort of think. Is this what your brain becomes as you age. I think you see old people to visit my grandma in hospice which is near the end of the life. We went into the wrong corridor. One time. let's turn to two floors and floor. We went into bed. Limited just screams coming from bedrooms and stuff and that's obviously where the people who were really struggling and my grandma was quite happy upstairs but had lost mind as well. That's that's fair. i have four more years. I m i in that state already interest remembering this existing but he is that what happens our brains or fold over each other and we can't remember what happened. Wear and you saw lose your sense of reality and pay the pain of mental illness. I think it's a constant fair. And that's why i think there's comedy in it because it's so traumatic will happen to all of us if we get to that age and so i find it fascinating. I find that matt the madness that you have in your own life already the things that you can sit to be all things considered to be not no. I don't think playing styles from a field. Any matt than go into work and putting stuff into computer every day except that you're being paid for that so that that's what makes you think this is justifiable. But it's just as meaningless and as meaningful. I'm not saying putting stuff into computers. Bad things i know. That's gonna really lose me my entire audience. Spice what i'm saying is it's the same clearing. Stones failed in the long run is not the same there. Lauded people who would rather not be entering brother. Do.

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"herring" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

07:44 min | Last month

"herring" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Say three of your stand up routines from like the past fifty years i would probably i would probably think you're an unlikely champion of women's rights and the rights of people with learning disabilities or learning difficulties but your fundraising and your awareness-raising in those areas is insane so what it's probably not fair to conflict the onstage richard herring with off stage richard herring but comedians have problems with those. Yeah those dichotomies. Where did your passion for those projects. Come from. I think those jokes that i mentioned the book. They're all coated an irony. There on those shows. I think what the shows that twitter and exist at the time would be more problematic that you could plucked to john. Calvary go back and do you could pluck a joke out and put it on twitter. Oh god and there's sort of happened a little bit to me in with that with with occasional drugs but if you watch the whole show you got oh this is a show about a guy struggling with the fact that he's the and doesn't know what he's doing and his life and actually this is all on him. The judge was always on me and that you know there's a couple of shows sort of angry and aggressive but it was about. That was about what was wrong with me wasn't about what was the you're playing around the still occasionally do about sex a friend. Who's a woman i believe. Women should be treated as if they're equal. That's that's playing around with someone to try to do. The right thing. Doing actually came out of me saying to my wife finished service misspoke funny but i think a lot to you but does it does. It does come out of that realization. I yeah and i've been going since the nineties. I think giving we. I was doing comedy in the nineteen nineties. Stuff was always always had understanding and anything we did was just. We were very anti lad. Basically cultural that. We did again routines. I think you could take stuff out of context. What the thing is like people. Now i've done this. The people will do search for stuff and they go. Oh well that's interesting when you did that all that stuff about porter and then that's what made try and kill herself or whatever you got well. That was to lead. I didn't approve due time. You see something with us and we did. That was actually a response to the voted putting dolly birds over stuff we. We were uncomfortable with it. And i've always been uncomfortable that stuff so you know. I think it's possible within your comedy to highlight issues rather than just cutting on. Hey come on. it'll be nice. So i'll be sort of important i think again. That's why this works. This tremendous i think is because i'm not econ accuse me of being like terribly right on and say you know have grown a hitler moustache of i've done lots of crazy stuff that if you s you bother to watch the whole show but of course in a thirty year career back and go well now judged by today's standards. I wouldn't do that joke. I probably wouldn't do some of the material in stashed. I was going to ask because you have been a defender of political correctness. And i wondered when you did all your shows back to back. Same you did ten shows was it. I think it has more than twelve year. Twelve where lebanon anyone. I think it was. That was really. did you going back. Think i can't do that routine or account. Did you tweak much of it because i have routines that i look back and listen to recordings of stuff i did. Maybe ten years ago and it's not necessarily a huge chunk but it's just a a word you might be more flippant with then the new now i still think i did them fairly somewhat iago's just so long i didn't have time to do it and also that was the only one that genuinely annoyed me and i felt great and it's one of my more popular shows but it's just i feel like the first half went on too long given the second one is going to be bob. Yoga retains that were designed to test people's patients now as a parent just apparently five paid money. Go and see the show. i fucking. This is my night out and all these doing is trying to knowing me. And i just did last ten minutes of the first half. I could have done that. Just because i'd like to go onto the bar and i did less less of it because of but i i asked though nearly everything works i think actually hit on a stash using the racial epithets and saying it doesn't just words and stone isn't g throw someone else. I sort of agree with that. But i don't think i would say the words as much as by right out the all but i use it retain repeatedly the the pay over again but it's making a good point. Think but i think it's not a probably now in hindsight not wasn't my place to make it but i feel like in the noughties comedians of finding the zeros. What i'm gonna call them. There was a feeling we'd gum the next level. I mean he felt like oh now we can stop you know moving on and looking at this and the poconos ironic postponed way and i just think we were wrong about and there's lots of people doing the that's that's the two thousand seven kind of area two thousand ten. That's the era. That people picking tweet tweet. Songo looks this about. Pedophiles was there is no. I'm picking a settlement but the platform face but you know lots of lots of comedian stuff with now. We can do this because things have moved on. And i don't think and then clearly. That happened so i think my style is not a great transgression in in that sense but that was the out of everything that was of the anything. Now now i think twice about do you. Do you think we're now beyond the. That was sort of a real tense time this year when an awful lot of stuff was being searched through in people sort of back catalogs and tweet slightly say we now past that all still lobbying this but i also think like company's gonna be i think comedy's to have context right and i think the danger is so like there's a lot of things within that black face argument that would y the hell was that allowed but other things like row. There was a few examples. Things would taken out of the number. That was that joe was about that subject. It wasn't black face in the same way that elected was black face. It was this was. This was commenting on the subject and it was. That was a show that was really understood race and was happy to play around with rice. And so i think the dangerous when people just a pat and they're taking out they said that word or the done this thing. Then there's there's no and that's the problem with censorship when we did. We did the fun. Dvd the second series. The pvc something they got really heavy on censoring stuff. Because of the was about the time all the problems are coming up and they start do. You can't do this teacher. Sketch obviously because of what's happened in the news this week where the teacher would run away to france with one of these people. Go well this. Dvd this sketch was written. Fifteen years ago. It's not coming out for another year. You can't just judge what's happening. this week is coming up. It's because the news never stops this. I'm not about is clearly about this case because it was written fifteen years before this guys. So if someone's going through and they said there's no we can't have an argument that this the there's no. There's no argue. Brian said well. There is an argument and we argue about it and they kept because it was crazy..

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"herring" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

06:04 min | Last month

"herring" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"I kind of like it's this stuff to men right. Men back the gop more than anyone and most men and did not benefit from it. The only people who benefit the people right at the top. You aren't going to war working down lines and men who the menu get. The worst of it will blame blame. Women they'll blame immigrants or blame anything else other than the people who actually are responsible for their lives and so yeah if men could just realize that for a little bit. But i think it's a sort of about The with that thing is always about being a man trying to tidy up our own mess. That was and some people didn't like the fact that was making national women's day about myself by doing this. But i always felt like this needs to be a man doing so that hey women can get on with enjoying the david. Also because of a woman does it. It'll be a dip. You'll get a different response. But i just think men the men who ask when then it's after women's they may all men look bad and i don't think it's the majority of men but then make us look like that and then it makes international men's they look bad because you think this is only reaction did national women's day so you can't even do men's they properly and i am writing a book. I realized it's not that big a deal a day. Like there's a day for fucking everything literally there's a. There's a game in the book. Where i say that with your friends get round a name of thing and if you can name the thing that doesn't have a day even a little bit obliquely you get a point you have to google it and find out and there's a day forever so it's not big. It's not recognized by the un which very upset about it hasn't had a google doodle which is so charged and i ended up feeling like saw. I end up feeling like a little bit. Sorry for the guys and also a little bit hypocritical. Because i want men to express their feelings and what those men are doing is expressing their feelings their brought the expresses charged with that wrong but they are trying to get one. What about me. Beth birthday is that is that is that little in not in the book about my next birthday sex and throwing a stop because she won the pass the parcel which i clearly remember happening. I'm still angry about because mom was controlling. The music might be sure she even. But is that impetus this childishness and we should be allowed to express themselves. But that's what international men's they sort of was meant to be about one of one of the things that was meant to be about and it's been co-opted and lots of things. I hadn't thought all these guys well. When's the it doesn't get celebrate in the same way and it's up to us to to do that. But then there's there's for the whole month of november. We're celebrates all the things. These men say never get covered covered much more than the here. The people get behind because it's fun and it's not as inclusive. It's fun and it's not just like hey come on. Let's make this a fun thing. Steak and blow job. Day is more famous than international. Men's day because quite were just kind of so bleak. That really is not my kind of humor now. And it's just sad that that's kind of. I don't think that's actually most men's hume. I think is. Can you explain what state tried these scandals day. Which is the day after. Valentine's day which is a day dedicated to hate and breaking relationships which is the opposite of love which then staking blowjob days a month later and it set up by a dj from america. Who to have this. Because he had valentine's base for women apparently and so that if they have their day of romance. I mean this is. Somebody doesn't understand. romance already. Really doesn't take so. I don't know which is which is the headline having blowjobs on eating steak. Now if you play your cards right on valentine's day you can have by for those things valentine's day because you go to restaurant and you can order what you like. And if you've done any should you might have to reciprocate. You hopefully get some kind of something really touched i. I don't think that's actually most men's humor less together. And there's i think there's this kind of enormous clouds over groups of men that i've experienced and so many different arenas where when you take a man you might think is kind of like bullish crass and sexist you take away from that group and you realize oh. They love their wife. They love that kids they just. It's almost like everyone's pretending. And if you could just get to. Rene it's okay to love your partner. Men often men pretending to be. They're encouraged to pretend to be not have emotions as kids courage to feel that. And you're encouraged to rise above that sort of stuff. I but then within now. I think there's i think there's an l. There's more of an element of humor in steak and blow job day than the in some of these things because it's sort of like trying to wind people up in a way that when the asking wednesday gentleman's as an attempt to wind people up and it doesn't work as a joke so if you look at them coldly as jokes when it doesn't work because isn't was thinking about your days as an attempt to you can say an attempt to wind people up and i don't think anyone's an also thinking do you address this in the book but your humor over the years has at times been like childish and crafts and sexist make some sexist jokes in the book. Yeah i wanted. Ask like if i had seen. Say three of your stand up routines from like the past fifty years i would probably i would probably think you're an unlikely champion of.

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"herring" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

08:58 min | Last month

"herring" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Definitely some. I'm sure that many of these have masturbated whilst watching me on twitch on laughter recognition So wanna start. Richard by talking to you about your book. Your book which. The sub subtext is subtitle is when is international. Men's why does it matter. And i have to say before we get into sort of more jovial topics. I've i found it very moving. And it's one of the few things i've consumed in twenty twenty which is sort of left me with a sense of hope and also it's lovely when you read something west. Someone has been able to put all the things that you can't in your own head that you can't sort of corral into an argument they put it in either a book or even a tweet or article and you can kind of go. Well i've now got that. If ever i need to say what i think about something in a handy guide but one thing that wasn't clear from the book which i wanted to ask is when is international. Men's day everyday deal was strange to read the book at no point. Did you address when international. Men's day is so. I wonder if you could clear it up for certain when when exactly or even if there is there isn't one and if there was one yeah it wouldn't be allowed and you'll be on would be november. Nineteenth is my guest right okay. That's that's cleared that up. A really interesting thing. You talk about is how when is international. Mainstay is like a microcosm of a lot of other things that have gone wrong in this year in the previous few years and how perhaps even in a very silly small way it's sort of a full warning of culture wars and yeah i think he is. I didn't really interesting writing about this. Because obviously i've just every international women's day of just the term and answered the question and that had a lot of arguments increasingly from both sides because there's some feminists don't want me doing and a lot of men in eastern. I'm doing it but you didn't actually doing. This year was really weird. Because so much going on at the same time. And especially i think as i the covid stuff in the mail reaction to covid. The male lead is reaction to counting as a war and the female leaders generally seeing as something that addressed properly with science and doing a better job than the male lead is that seemed to encapsulate something but obviously all the black lives matter stuff as well as you realized how in two thousand and eleven and not quite sure when i started doing. Remember the first time you heard the phrase so when's internationalized as notice as a few people on twitter that you're on international women's day in this would crop bit then when you search ready rising it cropped up in an awful lot but i think i've maybe seen other people even pointing it out. I don't i don't remember even start doing it but at the time. It seemed like this these silly men. And let's take the mickey and the joke is it's not even against nafta mentally. The joke is there is an international insights as simple as that. So people think that'd be clever and so you tell them there is one and then i'll just how it's being deflated and if we stand comedian and came onstage went sir when's international men's they never would be someone. There is what it's november nineteen to go. Well good the should richard herring. I think maybe it is. Because it's repetition is trying to find is trying to find different ways of reacting to the exact same thing and it's doing something of a very long period of time not strictly for twenty minutes during it properly. As i taught him but the over several years. And then finally how that it does get exponentially. Funnier less funny funding again. But yeah i think within that stupid thing. I in the book i think i compare it to like instant. Wins international. men's as the soft drug. That leads you are asking why. What about white lies with the right. Lineups don't always matter. Winds of wins white history month. And you know. I think i feel like ten years ago. You wouldn't have needed to address scott worse. I think ten years ago if anyone's said when's white history month they did unicom half so this is quite a big question. And what do you think it is about white men usually but not always who see anyone else having something as some kind of thing being taken away from them so it falls it it touches on so many different debates alike trans rights black rights and women's rights that the idea that a man who has been part of the status quo for safe for the history of time white guy is unable to see that raising awareness for people who have different experiences of the world is enriching for them as well. Yeah well that's why i think people. Well that's what they they they don't claim to understand is. Obviously they're in a lot of the men who advocates of international which they really because they don't know what it is and i didn't really know it as having written the book these demos stunned even it. What about we can find abbott in the book but they say advocates for quality and the well actually men who the society sex men because this and this and this and if that's true and it's true in certain cases then equality will help those people so that's what they don't realize that fighting the same fight for quality you find saying about so if you managed to help. Everyone has an equal something like mental illness. The equal help for mental notes. That will help the menu. Suppose the more likely to commit suicide there actually. The figures are women s leading to attempted to mend slightly more likely to succeed so it's fairly even on the suicide so that's good news right. Well done everyone. But yeah. I think people are threatened. And that's when people are threatened and they sort of strike out with something and they don't want not men really believe these men who are worried about it really believed in themselves. I'm so confident. I'm so minute this weird dichotomy. I'm so confident. I'm so pretty. Oh i don't want women getting equal say because that won't be oh because actually women are women's. It'll be a balanced the other way. If you're so great that either you know yeah. No it will still cause overconfidence that men have in the way sort of taught to have and encouraged to have is actually hiding the fact that we have. There's a lot of insecurity men. I think you know that. I really thought about this. For the book through lockdown. It was really weird. Writing lockdown have lost started thinking about it and a lot of things that hadn't even struck me on. I've been doing it. But i think you know men. Men are the only group who embrace their stereo type. And i'm sort of an back it up. Anyone else go. This is what this is what women want. This is what white will this is. What black people like pure go. No no but man. yeah yet. No ashley yeah. I'm going to be more much more confident. And mayo confidence when threatened becomes even bigger and then becomes more dangerous. And we've actually got to the point where those way what seemed funny in two thousand and eleven is now ruling. The world's twenty so you know it's it's worrying and just think the book is very it's funny book. I think it does cover some serious things. And it's going to vary limited ambition. Which is that men no longer asked. That question has always been the ambition of this of this but it's not to play too much smokeybear s gets stuff done that i hate later on. But it's very subtle because each chapter is like a little herring. Vignettes this is just really fun. It's richard being pedantic about stuff and and then you realize actually building to quite a really impressive argument which is that. It is in men's interests more than anyone else to dismantle patriarchy because it's the patio key that keeps men at very high risk of suicides. It's the patriarchy that stops man. Having sort of enriched lives and is in their interest than anyone else which..

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'Tiger King' Star Doc Antle Indicted For Animal Cruelty, Trafficking

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | Last month

'Tiger King' Star Doc Antle Indicted For Animal Cruelty, Trafficking

"A wild animal trainer featured in the popular Tiger King Siri's on Netflix has been indicted in Virginia on animal cruelty and wildlife trafficking charges, Attorney General Mark Herring said Friday. A months long investigation found that Bhagavan Doc Antal and the owner of a roadside zoo in Virginia traffic Lion Cubs between Virginia and South Carolina Antal was indicted Thursday by a Frederick County grand jury on felony counts of wildlife trafficking and conspiracy and other charge. Ages. Keith Wilson, owner of Wilson's Wild Animal Park in Winchester, Virginia, was indicted by the same grand jury on charges of wildlife trafficking, conspiracy, animal cruelty and violating the Endangered Species Act.

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AG Herring outlines protections against voter intimidation after Trump urges poll watching

Sean Hannity

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

AG Herring outlines protections against voter intimidation after Trump urges poll watching

"Herring today issued of another advisory on voter protections. Main difference in this release compared to the one Democratic attorney general mark Caring point out last week is that here hearing also stressed the rules for poll watchers. Herring spoke out after the debate where President Trump asked his supporters to go to the polls and watch carefully Paring interprets that it's a call for intimidation. Herring previously stress voter protections after there was a rally by Trump supporters at the early voting spot in Fairfax County. There are poll watchers that Khun Watch the voting, but they need to have an authorization form and can't get involved. Matt Dem WINE News Radio W. R. Yeah, Republican

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Atlanta Public Schools could have students return by end of October

Von Haessler Doctrine

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Atlanta Public Schools could have students return by end of October

"Atlanta public schools could have some students back in the classroom by late next month. Students with special needs and ingrates pre K through second would be the first to return in person learning Beginning October. 26, a PS superintendent, Dr Lisa Herring says parents will receive a survey giving them the option. I know that there are those who have been ready for return, and that there are those who desire to wait even longer. Under the reopening plan, students would attend in person classes Monday and Tuesday or Thursday and Friday, depending on their last name.

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HOT SMOKED HERRING  recipe with Niklas Ekstedt

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:37 min | 2 months ago

HOT SMOKED HERRING recipe with Niklas Ekstedt

"I'm Nicholas extent. I'm a chef and restaurateur in Stockholm and I run a small little restaurant in the very very center of Stockholm called X. that smile. So it's often my second name so easy. I've chosen this recipe because it's very close to my heart. And it's something that I. Very much love and it's herring. When I was a kid growing up, we always had herring once a week and it was usually something we had in the end of the week like a Friday or Thursday and in Sweden. We also always eat herring as the starter for big celebrations. If it's for midsummer Christmas or eastern, it's always herring and fresh potatoes were small potatoes. This one of chosen because it has a very personal touch to it. So it's hot smoked herring and when I hope smoke stuff, it's a higher temperature I always use birch, but you could do this with. As. Well. So imagine yourself that you're smoking in your regular barbecued could be one of those American similar round grills. So what you would do, you could actually use charcoal and you could add something like juniper branches of Oak or something to it. So you need heat but you also need smoke. And then you just put the herring into the grill and then you let it cook in the hall smoke. What's really good if you have the time is to take the herring out of the refrigerator while before you put it into the ground because otherwise the cold fish will cool down the grilled. So it's nice if you have it room temperature for this recipe will also need little bit of salt. What I do is when I lined the fish in the grill, let the smoke coming I put the little bit of salt on. Top. And I serve the hauled smoked herring with clams and carrots. So when the fish depending on the size of the Haringey could be like approximately fifteen to twenty minutes depending on on the smoke. If it's not done, you can just leave it in the grill until it falls off the bone. And then during that time just clamps or you could cook muscles with it as well. Just Cook them regularly like a moon with some white wine, some onions, and then sometimes I can put some vegetables in there may be carrots or cauliflowers well, and then you serve the cooked clamps with the hot smoked herring. It's so good. It's one of the favorite things right now actually in the fall time. So that's my recipe smoked herring with class.

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Launching Statamic 3

Full Stack Radio

04:16 min | 3 months ago

Launching Statamic 3

"Time we were talking, we were talking about how the static three. was imminent it was around the corner. Without an exact date, it was almost there but not quite, and now it is old news. It's all due to it already. Done our traffic is is back to zero. No, it is dude it went. Well, it was a great launch. It was the smoothest launch we've ever had and things are I mean I'm pumped? I've actually slept a couple nights. Yeah. No no crazy emergency disaster scenarios or minimal. No. There was like one issue with a with a database migration that has actually ended up being a red herring. So it kept our site down a little longer than we planned, but there actually wasn't any problems and boom than we were. We were up and running. That's good. So I, mean you said it went well, what does it mean to go? Well, how much? Are you willing for about it. Yeah. So I mean going well would be are going poorly would be, oh, my God is broken. GotTa, know the pricing model has changed and like screw it I want refunds on everything you know like all of those scenarios like falling apart. but we were in Beta for six months. So the code base, there was no surprises area most people had right. That was that was pretty clean. We did Server Migrations and upgrades a month ago ahead of time like and then all the redesign stuff was on a separate branch. So we knew the server didn't need any work. We just had to basically composer install like you know build a new talent stuff. So that went pretty smoothly. And then people were adequately prepared for what was coming and everything worked. So He's Like all the upgrades going going fine Most of them are free because you know we gave them like a grace period upgrade from two to three. They're flooding in and every single time. It's like zero dollars zero dollars zero dollars zero dollars. is like a good feeling and has also like Well Hey, you know that's it. We're a long haul and people are using it in their excited. So to me, that is all I can hope for and it met all expectations. So Nice. Yeah. What's changed? I? Guess in terms of the day to day. In Stein mcclen now, like doing recon having straddle the V Two v three worlds a little bit more before he kind still making that transition in terms you have for sure there'd be. Like their report Super Educates bug for Vito like some I. Feel tape most people don't use and windows like seven like Oh, God I don't want to put up a vm just test this thing like well, the three it's fixed but It's not official yet. So I guess we need to work on that. Now we can say like education. Bugs. Come on. It's a free upgrade wrote for free to do like ninety, nine point nine percent all the work for you if you can play hour of work and you'll get more out of it and it costs you nothing. So yeah, I think most of the time people are are totally and so far they've been totally agree with that like. Yep Dot Click, whatever so that part has changed and then. Yes it's like being able to use v Three's not as a V. Three is Beta. ME. Every single like, oh, we should probably just switch to three I know like it doesn't really look like it's But. I mean it's actually more stable than V two probably is but yes. Yeah. We don't have the hedge our recommendations anymore, and at the same time, we also now can't use it as an excuse for not doing something not that we would like do that actively but every now and then it's like. Yeah. We were kind of working on this other part of the launch right the redesign working on something else and we'll get to that soon but it's Beta. You know. So now is oh, that's important. Let's fix that immediately and so that. You know on both sides of the fence both like freeing us up and also like putting us into a proper responsibilities both of those are are happening and that's that's what needs to happen. Right important.

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Judge kicks Kanye West off Virginia ballot for November

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Judge kicks Kanye West off Virginia ballot for November

"Kanye West will not be on the ballot in Virginia. Circuit judge in Richmond ruled that the aspiring presidential candidate's name will be removed after attorney General Mark Herring accused West camp of fraud. The judge agreed and said 11 of West 13 electors were obtained by improper fraudulent and misleading means. Several GOP operatives have reportedly been helping with the Kanye West Campaign. Efforts to stop West have been tied to several prominent Democrats.

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"herring" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"herring" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"With another example of something to keep busy is volunteering. So while this isn't bringing bringing money in the bank, it absolutely is doing several things that help a lot number one it's helping to grow your network because when you're out. In doing volunteer work you're actually meeting people that are like minded. That are also naturally oriented WanNa help, and then you're also doing you're practicing gratitude in a sense because you're paying it forward. It also allows you to recognize that there's someone out there. Who always is GonNa have it worse than you and gives you the opportunity to be thankful hopefully for what you do have yet and it looks good on a resume. So. On that, we'll go to break more coming up everyone stay tune a lauren herring she is the author of take control of your job search ten emotions you must master to land the job stay tuned more coming up you're listening to one life radio..

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Pregnancy and child development

FoundMyFitness

05:03 min | 3 months ago

Pregnancy and child development

"Can you tell us some of the things that you did to optimize your son's health or development since he was born I'm a new mom and I would love to know how you approach diet supplements routines. ETC thank you. And there are also some tag along questions here. That have to do with what the common deficiencies are in in toddlers. So I think Andrew Ask that question. So I'm going to talk about that right now I would say One of the main main things that I have done is Omega Three Dha high. Dha Supplementation. Both during breastfeeding during pregnancy, we'll starting in during pregnancy but pregnancy breastfeeding and then. Getting, preformed Dha, to my son. and. The Way I do that is I take one of my High Dha capsules and I cut it open and I put it in his oatmeal with lots of butter and he just. So, whereas during fetal growth, calories can help promote. You know growth they're not sufficient for brain development. brain development appropriate development requires a sufficient intake of protein zinc, iron, choline, full iodine, and the omega three fatty acids. As, well as vitamins ad B six and B twelve, and if you failure to provide those key nutrients during that critical period can actually result in long-term brain deficits. so the common. Toddler nutritional deficiencies. Omega three. So consumption of. EPA from foods contributes you know so. Mostly those are found in marine sources. it's a very small amount. You know children children are only getting about forty milligrams of the preformed Dha and EPA. And two, thousand, fifteen. There was a really big study about that. You know showed eating fish. Actually even fish. The fish that has particularly for high mega three and low in mercury. Still even protected against toxic effects of Mercury in a developing fetus, which is the most sensitive sensitive to mercury. And there was another study that was published. Huge huge Meta study looked at looked at not only. Prospective Studies. which are associated associated can't really establish causation, but they also looked at randomized controlled trials in children. So the studies looked at pregnant women and also young children and that that were either given fish or eating having a high intake of fish. Or not and it was found not the the mothers and children even randomized control trials that were given fish. I had improved intelligence scores like significantly improved even up to like nine points. And these children also had higher levels of Mercury as well. But they had higher levels of Dha which superseded whatever you know. Minor effects the mercury hat again, we talked about earlier conversation there a fish that are high mega three and lower number mercury at you can be you know things like Salmon While Alaskan salmon or like I mentioned the the farmed Atlantic at least that's the only one I know of that's farmed. Salmon. Sardines. Herring. Mackerel of this fish that are fatty also behind Omega, three and those ones are lower in mercury smaller Fisher mercury. So I try to give him I try to get my son to eat salmon in some form or another, and he'll eat little little amounts of it. And like I said, I also supplemented with fish oil. I was also taking. Drum, breastfeeding. I was I was taking three grams a day of of Dha and that you know is is was being delivered him in breast milk I'll get to that in just a minute though. Iron is another another one particularly infants between six six and eleven months they they have a low about ten percent of those infants have low intake of iron. of course, irons high in in in meets You know fish is another one that you can find iron in. I was actually giving my son when he was doing solid foods like when I when he was when I introduce solid foods at around six months. I would blend up some salmon cooked salmon blended up with either Cooked Cherries blueberries, and I would blended altogether. So it kind of gave the Sam sweet taste and really liked that. When he was young.

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Atlanta Public Schools begins school year with virtual learning

Dana Loesch

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Atlanta Public Schools begins school year with virtual learning

"24 hour news center. It is back to school Monday in the city of Atlanta, with virtual learning on Ly, a PS superintendent, Dr Lisa Herring. If it were our preference, clearly, we'd be face to face. But even during this virtual time, we're going to focus on teaching and learning, she tells Channel two action news. It's going to be hard not seeing the Children in class. We missed them and we want them and we're looking for it today or Rockdale County also begins virtual learning only schedule on Monday in person and virtual learning begin Monday Monday for for students students and and Carol Carol Hall Hall and and Newton Newton counties. counties. It It is is also also the the first first day day of of fall fall

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Atlanta Public Schools, other metro districts start class Monday

The Weekly Check Up

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Atlanta Public Schools, other metro districts start class Monday

"Different for students during the pandemic. Rockdale County in Atlanta Public school students begin their new school to school year tomorrow, virtually Channel two action news reporter Lauren Posing with Maurin changes at a P s just about 5000 PS students are entering their last weekend before school starts tomorrow. The district is starting off the school year. Virtual Only AP, a superintendent doctor, at least a herring says the emotional well being of students is more critical than ever, she says. The district has a plan to approach this on day one. There are social emotional learning lessons, and they've been baked into the classroom so that that happens every single day. Gwinnett County schools will allow students in kindergarten greats 16 and nine and special ed to return to the classroom Wednesday. It's part of a phased return to in class learning. WSB news

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Atlanta Public Schools moves opening day to Aug. 24 with all virtual classes

Handel on the Law

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Atlanta Public Schools moves opening day to Aug. 24 with all virtual classes

"It will be online virtual learning only for Atlanta public school students for the 1st 9 weeks of the school year, New superintendent Dr Lisa Herring tells CNN. They didn't make that decision lightly. It's not just an isolated decision, but a complex one that we also believe require the expertise and recommendations and oftentimes opinions of experts in the field of public health. The plan aims to mitigate the impact of covert 19 on school. Cool. Atlanta Public schools will also delay the first day of school from August 10th to the 24th

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Virginia eliminates huge backlog of untested rape kits

Rush Limbaugh

00:28 sec | 5 months ago

Virginia eliminates huge backlog of untested rape kits

"Mark Herring says the state has eliminated the backlog of thousands of untested rape kits during a news conference today hearing said the project to test rape kits that in some cases were decades old, began in 2015. Since then, just over 2600 rape kits had been tested. 851 new DNA profiles uploaded into a national DNA database, and he says 354 hits have been sent to law enforcement agencies for further investigation. The Jefferson

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Google joins a group of major tech companies in pushing back against Hong Kong’s new security law

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:08 min | 5 months ago

Google joins a group of major tech companies in pushing back against Hong Kong’s new security law

"Welcome to today's edition of the briefing with me, Andrew Malone when China imposed a new, security law on Hong Kong it doubtless understood that they would be widespread anger, and perhaps even actual consequences and calculated that the cost to his one it could meet. The bill has now begun to arrive. Several giants have announced that they will pause cooperation with any requests for user data from Hong, Kong police including such behemoths as telegram, Google twitter, facebook and WHATSAPP in a perhaps more dramatic development, voguish video up. TIKTOK has indicated that it will stop operations in Hong Kong, entirely one join with more from Hong Kong by Monaco's Hong. Kong Bureau chief chambers. Joins first of all I was intrigued by this announcement that they would pose cooperation with Hong. Kong's police. Do we know what kind of cooperation was underway before? We don't know exactly and it was quite funny that one of the APPS you didn't mention signal said they would stop cooperating. If only they they'd started cooperating in the first place, and they said they don't hold any data, so they wouldn't have any to handover. So We're not quite sure what kind of data the Hong Kong. Police Force has been requesting from these companies in the past. And what they've said is that they're going to pause any cooperation. In to assess what I guess, what this security bill means, and what what it means if they do handover this kind of data to the police I mean. Loads of people use WHATSAPP and that's. That's got end to end encryption so It's not clear what kind of information you know. Facebook, the owner of what's up. What's sense of what the tech giant's trying to figure out here? Are they acting out of genuine concern at what China is doing, or is this an attempt I guess especially in talks case to be perceived as being on the right side. I think that you could say that that being on the fence right now because they're in the same position as most of us in Hong Kong. We don't really still know what this law. Requires them what it involves. It's a very. Very thin piece of legislation for something as dramatic as a as a national security law in we're talking thirty odd pages and sixty six articles. And in those articles require the the Hong Kong government set up certain bodies, and then those bodies and need to pass certain implementation rules to bring this into being now. Those are starting to come out, so we're starting to see what this might mean. And so one of those rules came out yesterday, which says know police can. Search a premises without a warrant. If it's to do with his National Security Law which has got obviously alarming for a lot of people. So. Companies like facebook and Google that they just waiting to see. What this actually means. And so they don't want to be seen to be handing over. Information right now to the government. If that's going to lead to prosecutions, and as you said, that would definitely leave, leave them on the wrong side of of public opinion at at least outside of China all the tech giant's also concerned with trying to balance that against the prospect of upsetting Beijing. Well know they're all banned in China. The the one tech giant that. Is Absent from that list is apple, and that's the one tech giant that is allowed to operate inside of mainland China. So. This is not a matter of them, not wanting to upset Beijing I think this is more a matter than not wanting to upset bag global audience. Because obviously this. This whole thing has been huge news around the world. And these tech giants have nothing to lose in terms of upsetting. Beijing so I definitely seem see, this is holding onto all pleasing that their audience around the world, and at the end of the day Hong. Kong is a city of seven and a half million people whereas you know, these companies have hundreds of millions of users around the world so. As as we kind of seeing Hong, Kong might just just find bearing the brunt of a lot of these things. You said earlier that you and everybody else in Hong. Kong was still trying to figure out precisely what this new security law is going to mean. Have you noticed that having any direct effect on day to day life already whether that's been in actual implementation or manifestations of at all in reaction to it in terms of protest demonstration etc.. There's been zero protests. I mean this. This seems to be one of those piece of legislation that has. Is having more of an impact. On People's. Minds and their conversations rather than any big physical changes, there'd be no protests, but for the majority of this year because of covid nineteen and they're still not allowed to go ahead. Because of the covid nineteen restrictions, so we'll, we'll have to wait and see if if when those get raised and police, perhaps do grant authority for. Illegal. Protest Rally with huge numbers of people will turn out, but as of today, and since the law came into effect this time almost on last week. It's been very normal on the streets in Hong Kong. Everyone's been going about their business. But there I mean been just news coming out every day. That's just causing more and more alarm like the the the libraries taking books off the shelves to to see whether they fall foul of this security bill and this latest news today that that Tiktok the is is pulling out of Hong, Kong, and pulling its APP off of the APP store. Even, though that's I, that's a bit of a red herring because it is after Chinese. Company and I imagine this is more a corporate strategy than than anything else it does. Continue to to raise alarm bells here, but when you when you go out on the streets. It's it's very. It's like Hong Kong in two thousand eighteen. You know before before all the protests last year, so it appears very normal, but I think the damage being done here is very much in people's minds James Chime busy now Hong Kong Bureau. Thanks for joining us. You're listening to the briefing on monocle twenty. Four.

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New Atlanta Public Schools superintendent sworn in

Atlanta's Evening News and Rick Erickson

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

New Atlanta Public Schools superintendent sworn in

"Georgia native and Spellman Alarm has sworn in is Atlanta's new school superintendent. She says she's ready to do what's right for the district's Children. I'm both honored and excited about the opportunity that is ahead of us. Dr. Lisa Herring says she's motivated by the board and the embrace she's already received from public officials as she steps into the role of Atlanta public schools superintendent Although no one can never predict the future, I can speak to what my focus is and my greatest concern. Turn that is tied to the wellness of Children and being able to make those most serious decisions. Collectively, Doctor Herring's already considering options for students and staff to reenter school this fall Post pandemic Veronica

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'One Of The Best Nature Shows': A River Transformed After Dams Come Down

Environment: NPR

03:02 min | 5 months ago

'One Of The Best Nature Shows': A River Transformed After Dams Come Down

"Maine. Every year. Dozens of aging dams are removed from US rivers, and that can bring dramatic transformations downstream. Murray Carpenter takes us to Canada Back River in Maine where the federal government ordered the removal of a large dam two decades ago to see what happens when a river is allowed to run free. Along the Best Cook River, the first thing you'll notice or the birds. Eagles are everywhere waiting on gravel bars and chattering from the trees. Old Bunch of birds there they're bald. Eagles those are all bald eagles. That's conservationist Steve Brooke who began pushing for dam removals in the Nineteen Ninety S as I'm looking down the Sebastian River I see. The number of Bald Eagles flying. Catching fish from the river, the heat themselves their family, when Brooke and others began talking about getting rid of the dam on the back and another on this tributary, many mainers didn't see the point. There were hints of this Sebastian Cooks former productivity, three thousand year, old fish traps built by the walkie people were found in an upstream lake. But Brooks has many had never seen a large river system in its natural state in the Pacific. They're restoring rivers because they still have runs of Pacific Salmon here on the East Coast, the rumors have been dammed since the seventeenth century, and so it's very hard for people to understand what's missing part of what's missing for many northeast rivers L. Wives. The half-pound herrings up from the ocean despite? Now in some places it looks like this river is paved with the fish just like in historical accounts from before the industrial revolution, the expression as you could walk across the river on the backs of fish, and it looks like you could, because it's solid fish all the way across, and all the way downstream for as far as you can see gail, whipple Hauser is a biologist with Maine's department of Marine Resource. She says After the dams came down, fisheries managers helped the fish over dams further up river. And the alewife population exploded. The increase was just amazing. From four hundred thousand to like a million and three million five million. Just amazing now the Sebastian Cook has the nation's largest run, avail wives and blueback herring. There's even a commercial harvest mostly for lobster Bait. And other migratory Fisher using the river like striped. Bass Shad Lamp. Ray and Dave Scott lives nearby and is fished along the river for nineteen years. Sometimes, he just puts his rod down and watches rate about two miles from my house is one of the best nature shows just come down hit. Relax sometimes just to watch the birds. And there are lots of birds flying. One Hundred Ninety Eagles recounted along the river in mid. June Steve Brooks says the Sebastian Cook shows what could happen elsewhere when other Dan's come out to bring back free flowing rivers and wild native fish.

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Atlanta Public Schools Confirm Lisa Herring As System Superintendent

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Atlanta Public Schools Confirm Lisa Herring As System Superintendent

"The next superintendent for a lot of public schools begins the job on July first the school board voted last night to her doctor Lisa herring who comes from a few hours to the west with the Birmingham school district in Alabama as a sitting superintendent nothing that I could name successful occurred by virtue of Lisa or doctor hearing doing it in isolation all of our work has been grounded in key partnerships I think that that is mission critical to not only how you lead but how you build trust not just in the greater community but with a key partners and stakeholders internally and externally that you work with hearing takes over for superintendent Maria Carr starfish she will work as a consultant in the Atlanta district until her

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"herring" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

11:42 min | 7 months ago

"herring" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"But he's solid. He does his job. He can pass it his His flirtation with becoming a long range. Jump shooter this. Year was unattractive but maybe maybe a works going forward But if you're GONNA START WIGGINS and Draymond even if your other two guys are Steph in clay it if the third guy also is a bad three point shooter than that that becomes an interesting Interesting sort of Jigsaw puzzle and Smiley is is not going to be. Maybe he'll be ready but I highly doubt it And so they have some interesting. Maybe maybe wiggins just becomes a better three point shooter on the shot. Diet that he's GonNa get in Golden State but look they're gonNA have championship ambitions next year. Obviously they have their own pick which is going to be very very high and who knows what they're going to do with that pick if it becomes tradable or whatever but I think they're an interesting team but I I like Eric Pascoe so he's on my team. So okay your first team. Zion Jaw Clark. None Hero yes. In My First Team Tentatively Zion Jaw Clark None Paskal Process of elimination. We both have hero on second team in Washington on second team which leaves three spots left and so I said I had eight locks. We've now named seven of them rum. I had an eighth. I added Eighth. Guy Who played his way into lock status. Can you guess who it is? You mentioned it earlier and I could almost put money on. It was terence. Davis was the other guy you were mentioned before. He's not he's not a luck. Let's get to him later in the reason. He's not a lock as a thousand minutes. Which is which is the penalty for being on a very good team is you don't play very much. So he I think he average what seven points a game or something? This season much much much better than that on a permanent basis but still seven points a game a seven point game and the RJ Barrett's of the world and even the Hunters of the world are going to say. Well wait a second. How does that guy get on over us and I don't think that it's a totally unreasonable case for them to make so we'll talk about him later? He was not a lot not a lot for me. I will give you another guesses to my eighth luck. Okay so you want me to guess again who that other person were likely to get a why I want you to guess again? Yeah ooh void. Where we we're GONNA have a big disagreement her somewhere. Then it's a player that does not play a style. I particularly enjoy For the most part but my hint is that in the last one another. You don't even have to say anything more. Kobe White was your next guy. Okay that's my. That's my luck okay. Coby coby white. In his last fifteen games of the aborted season twenty points five assists on thirty seven percent shooting from three overall for the season. Thirty nine percent overall forty. Three percent onto is thirty. Eight percent on threes. That's a little bit ugly. Maybe thirty eight percent. Misreading my ugly notes here. He was a fascinating case. I mean I I've struggled now. He was a guy that I consider basically for my last. I'm sure they're being here in Chicago. He's thirty he's thirty five percent from three. I misread right but I mean he was incredible that last I mean that ended the season for him. They had just put him into the starting lineup. Before all the stuff with a pandemic start they were gonNA make him a starter. Reporters were kind of hounding boiling a little bit saying like. Are You Gonna? Start them in boiling said no. I don't want to claim to well off the bench. And then at a certain point like well he's becoming basically their best score and you have to do something about it so I think he started all of one game and then the pandemic took the League by storm instead of in. There was buzz like are we going to see is White Levin going to be the back court like is that is that going to tilt Chicago's balanced to the point where there is a little bit more playmaking on the floor. How much does that help market? And how much does that help? Carter or I just think his last like thirty five percent from three doesn't sound like much but he's taking off the dribble threes contested threes. Threes are like. Dude you may actually just want to not take that shot. That's a little crazy. Somebody's other dudes are shooting less than that on threes. That defense like here you go by. I might lay down on the floor. If that's going to encourage you to take the shot. That's how much disrespect you're shooting saw. Social are going to be upset with me that I didn't put him on my team on out of your team completely or Adam on my team at all in Maine here. He had a tendency not he broke it by the end of the season. It'll be interesting to see what happens to this guy. I went and looked through his game last night because I wanted to put him on my team because he was so incredible that last month he had a tendency to kind of shoot them back into games that they seem like they should be out of because nobody else was doing. I went through his game log and almost like awkward anytime he had a good game for the first two thirds of the season he'd have three or four games in a row that were really really brutal after. That's why has numbers look the way they do. Despite having a a month where he was just inferno the last month of the season it was balanced out by the games that were just he basically gave you nothing or who's making twenty five twenty eight percent of his shots now. They were tough shots and it was in an offense where nobody else could really get. There's aside from Levin allowed the time but I don't know maybe I shouldn't be penalizing. Rookies for inconsistency. But I think that's what really hurts him. And what on some level when I think about what his healing might be? We don't know yet but you know he could end up being a microwave bench score for the majority of his career because he so hot and cold but when he's hot he's he could be the best offensive player on the floor. On the yet the Bulls are obviously really interesting for a lot of different reasons not the least of which they had a regime. Change that points to that. Portends perhaps other changes to their team but white and Levin as a backcourt sounds enticing. They're just. They're both wired so deepen their souls as score. I guys now. Levin is an average to below average passer for a guy that you want to be the number one option on our team. Kobe white is a decent passer. Actually is is so just tantalized by the bucket that I'm just not sure how that translates at the team level and I wrote this last week To me the most interesting question about the Chicago Bulls is to calendar years ago I was infatuated with the market and Carter frontline looked. They looked like two guys who are really nice. Fits on both ends of the floor. They have both individually and as a tandem completely stalled not a and obviously all these issues intertwined not having a point guard who can get them the ball where they need. It is a huge part of it. Whatever the coaching situation has been has been a huge part of it. And that offense that offense. I think I'm curious what you think about this. Because you think about these issues a lot Jim Boylan all year said. Our Office is fine. We look at our shot chart. We're getting great shots. Getting lots of the reason. Lots of shots at the rim. And he's he's right they are like day are getting they have the shot chart of a of an elite offense but when. I watched them play. I just I never thought all that's missing here is shooting like like the process is sound and all they need is finishers even if the shots that resulted are mathematically optimal. I actually don't think they're mathematically optimal once you drill down because they'd never looked right to me they never looked like good shots never Those two guys creating so much of that stuff in. It's not necessarily themselves somebody up to get them. It's Levin breaking down a defense getting to the rim taking a really really really upshot. It's is Kobe white stepping into a shot. It's IM- breaking down someone off the dribble. It's a really tough step back. That's taking out now. Obviously some of those shots are open. Markkanen did not shoot a very good percentage. Martin was not right physically this year. That's been another with Iain Carter. Who Man when they'll Carter and some of the local writers here focused on it. This guy that shot the three ball pretty decently do his basket. Yeah it seems like his job. This year was do nothing. It's like you know what we want. You offense nothing how can you stand? How can you can you? Can you go scout the Jordan statue outside the United Center? Try to pick up some tips from that. It's like we good. You know it's hard to think about that offense working optimally when you've got him standing still setting screens you know. Maybe touching the ball by accident sometime. He's too talented. He was too talented in college to play that role and and you can't afford to have him doing that when Martin's not playing efficiently when he's not knocking down shots when he's not right physically. So it's it's weird to think that they're backward in some ways might be. I don't know that I'm sold enough on their their defense. If ends up being they're backward with a white Levin backcourt may be problematic defense helical porter. Jr. Is like is he going to play forty games in a season again. Like what the Hell is going on there? But Yeah I. I don't think I ever can ever recall an offense where I was convinced less by the Shot Chart. I just never bought it. I never bought it when Jim would say at a press conferences. I see it. I see the math and then I I see where they're getting shots from and then I watched the Games on lake. There's just there's something. Gummy it's not working. I don't care that shot. Locations are what they are. It's a bad offense was bad offense in it. Just wasn't it wasn't good so I still have high hopes for marketing and Carter. I just I hope that whatever ecosystem they have their brings what those guys have in them out of them because those guys are good and boy. It's right now. They have the feel of players that other teams are going to get in three years. And be like okay. This guy and sounds like there'd be a lot of interest in marketing and if the bowl ad now I think with the new regime coming in. They're more likely to figure out how to make it work with him too young. He has a skill set. That seems conducive to getting a lot out. But between him and Carter Carter Good. Passer can rebound good defender you. He was for portions of the season. This is gonNA sound crazy season. I think he might have been their best player for like a month year and they weren't doing everything he was getting scoring-wise opportunity wise was through his own. Means which that's just a really. That's why were you know. Obviously I work if I three. I'm a numbers person. But that's why it's hard to just look at the shot chart and say this is working the way it should. We're getting what we should out of his offense. It is very clear that they weren't and I think the Carter was a good example. I think that the most the other I mean this is an obvious one but I'm fascinated to see what are tourists does with xactly end if if if and when we start to hear. Zach Levine trade. Rumors in new lables are the Bulls are looking into it because I think it would be a smart bit of due diligence at the very least on on their part to see you know..

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"herring" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

12:22 min | 7 months ago

"herring" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Hard to parse. What how do you weigh being eighth man on a good team but doing it really really well and one of the candidates for my second team is that is essentially that player. I don't know if you're talking about already versus being being versus being RJ Barrett and being. Maybe the single best ball handler on an awful team. That is built as if As if the Knicks decided let sabotage RJ rookie season completely to test. His will and see how he like their roster is the exact opposite of any team should be built for R J Barrett and so some of his numbers. He has great raw. Counting stats are good. Role counting sets of numbers bisbal. Because he was trying to a number two ish option on terrible team. So it's very hard to do that so anyway we agree on Clark. We agree on none. Kendrick John was as good as good. Solid player played a lot of minutes. Where there's not a lot to argue about right. He was good. I mean. I think that they're probably he's such a score and I mean he obviously can can move the ball a little bit as well. I think it's a little bit easier to pick out the flaws in his game. I don't think he's as complete a player as some of the other guys that were talking about those first two or three spots but yeah I mean there's no question I think in another year. He would get rookie of the year boats for his scoring alone. Really and another years he probably would have wanted on scoring along with some of the weaker rookie earlier classes at but no. I think you look at that. I think based on what we're saying. It's weird to think about rewarding people for being part of a winning team but also keeping in mind maybe something harder about being a contributor to a winning team out of scale where you're averaging fourteen fifteen points a game But he was that an average fifteen and a half points a game as a full-time starter. Four assists thirty six minutes to one assist to turn over his show. Decent defender decent to good perimeter defender. I think could guard a couple of positions thirty six percent from three. I guess he wasn't. He slowed down after his fiery. Start which you knew it was going to happen but like never really cratered decent decent player. I don't I don't see a lot to argue with there but And I do think playing on a good team matters and I and I thought a lot about this for all star too because when you're in a good team like the Games are actually important if you've got like it there consequences. It matters it hurts your team. It's not one of these situations around at twenty one team. You can go out and do whatever you want so you can put up numbers you can have nine turnovers in a game you can do. You can do whatever you want. Which is going to inflate your stats. But there's no there's no consequence for just for being selfish for being mistake prone and playing on a good team. You don't get the same opportunities to handle the ball and do whatever you want but it actually matters. You will lose minutes if you don't perform your job. Well the consequence The Games you are playing in the outcome of them matters and that just feels differently to players. That feels differently. It's a different environment and so I I do think it matters in. Playing the sort of consequence free ball is not the same thing as playing for a good team based on what you're saying though I agree with you and influence how I win about making my decision for my guy which makes me really curious to see who you pick for your fifth first teamer because I took that into account. I don't know if I always would but I certainly did this time. Well like I said I had eight locks for the ten spots I I penciled in one player for my last first team all rookie spot by the way agents and teams really care about this like you think all rookie second team nobody cares. I will get phone call. I will get phone calls from GM's agents being like my guy averaged five and a half points again. But this is fifty fifteenth in Warp and VIP guests complaining about the all-star the rookie sophomore game and stuff like that too. So I mean it's it's been garate soft if if my agent complete my agent even on my behalf complained about my exclusion from the rookie. Sophomore game I would fire my agent. It'd be like do you frigging kidding? It's the rookie just the OH. It's more you know what's better than going to play in the rookie sophomore year. I'm just going to all star and like drinking a beer in the stands while these other dudes playing this rookie sophomore game. Anyway so I had one guy on my first team all rookie. That I think I'm GONNA flip out upon further reflection for another guy and I think again this is tentative. I haven't filled out my ballot. I don't even know if the last night of juries to hear where he goes. I don't even know if and when we are getting ballots but I think my fifth guy on my first team is going to be Eric Paschal. Wow okay okay. So I flipped last night and it ended up being tied to the winning team argument a little bit and the idea of being a contributor a key contributor to a winning team. I took tyler hero as my guy. He's one of my. He's one of my one of my eight locks for the reason. You just said what he did mattered. He matters to a good team he should. I didn't have them first team because I thought he was horrible. Defensively as two point percentage is terrible. But he's a LEGIT SNIPER. Who mattered on a good team so I have no quarrel with you. Make the case. Yeah so I mean that was the thought I mean. This is a guy that creates offense for good team. You know an off. The benches is being asked to do that. Pretty consistently gets other guys involved like you said a sniper a guy that can create his own offense. That really stands out on some nights. The defense was a concern and that really probably not up more so than with none which is why none for me not only the scoring average but just the idea that he's a little bit more solid all around player in here but I thought hero I like I said I went back and forth past the with someone I considered because his role was different. He was like a lead Guy For so much of the season for a bad team and at times it kind of showed I I'm interested to see how Pasco fits in with the larger scheme of what the warriors are doing but I don't think that's necessarily matter for something like this but he was kind of a number one. It's maybe a number two guy for a bad team and so I wonder how to kind of weigh that and the the guy flipped that. I've flipped last night. That actually had I need for awhile was Washington. Be To flip out guy you like. He was my pencil then guy and I was like you know. Pj Wash upon further reflection PJ Washington. You had a very nice rookie season. Not As nice as I thought actually what I did last night that was my calculation but I really liked. Pj Washington. I just I just decided not to put him. I. I don't know he's he's on my second team okay. I think I was a little bit seduced by the mail. The malleability the malleability malleability. It's been a long month. May whatever the our L. You say that word but a lot of his game because as as a big who can who can be a threat from three point range. Put the ball on the floor a little bit and score against guards on switches in the post. I liked that part of his game. His resume actually isn't as impressive as you think it is. When you dig in a little bit of the advance stats are kind of a bloodbath on him but he's solidly in the mix but I- Paschal. I like Eric Pascoe He I thought he played selfishly for the first two or three months of the season and not just like not not just because the team was bad by also think he was being a little selfish the U. is looking for a shot a lot right. I think that normalize a little bit is the season went on. He's an really as a score. Fourteen points a game per thirty Which is neck and neck with a guy like Barrett who people think of as a really high profile score per thirty six minutes. He's he's above Barrett in scoring assists. He's like two point eight three a game which is again right around some of these guys who are bigger name players bigger named primitive creators and to me to me fifty. Five percent shooting on twos given his shot. Diet is really impressive. You know rugged defender Rebounder His case was even stronger than I thought it was. I am going to swap him into I think so. Yeah I mean honestly what you said at the top there. I think a lot of us were watching. The warriors are tied at the beginning of the season to kind of see. What is this? What is this team going to be? It's obviously a team without durant clay's not there. So I saw Tun of Pasco at the beginning of the season. And then obviously when Steph got hurt your well. How bad is this team going to be? Because there are struggling before Steph got hurt pass was the guy that kind of shouldered a lot of the offensive burden and at times. It looked like he was overburdening himself playing a bit selfishly seem kind of take turnarounds and and really really tough contesting shots that you normally watch like veteran players that have established themselves take and so. I think that kind of hurt him at times and like you said a balanced out over the course of the season. It wasn't really something that he was forcing as much. There was a little bit more rhythm to what he was doing but he was a pretty decent all around back to the point where again. I'm really curious to see. I don't know that you saw all that many things about the team this year like this guy is really going to translate nicely next year. I've thought Alec burks credit show things like that before they traded him but I think obviously a Pasco was the one guy that you're like. This guy has some real potential to do some damage when he's on a team that has more of the weapons there and available next year and so I didn't. I consider them briefly first team like I said. Pj Washington was the guy flipped on. Like you said when you dig into his advanced numbers a little bit. It just didn't seem like the argument was as strong but when I watched him play. It certainly felt like he was kind of disturbing a first team. I think you can still make an argument for him just as a quite a strong either app to you absolutely can forty. Six percent shooting overall fifty-one onto thirty seven from three. He's like I I I like. Pj that was a really great draft pick for the Hornets. Totally reasonable first team choice. The warriors next year are going to be really interesting because I I just you know to the point. Who's their starting five next year? It's obviously Steph Klay Draymond and presumably Wiggins. Because you don't really general league is making thirty million dollars coming off the bench in that leaves I five in Paschal and Draymond are both sort of built like fire hydrants and can guard way above their size of new draymond. Obviously been doing that for years. Pasco can do that. Which opens up a lot of lineup combinations? Like I think they fit very well together at the four and five I think each of them With with the other on the bench is a nice four. Fit with Marquees Chris at the five and the warriors coaches love. Markey's Chris And I think that that's that's another. That's another fit talking about is depressing because I'm thinking about command looney and just the situation that he's had We're like this was a guy that I was so excited about. Had the issues in the finals. Obviously trying to come back and everything and now it's like I feel like he's forgotten about that. I feel like it's because we don't know the depth of his injury you know it's a scary thing to think about but I it is and he's a good player. I always thought the Kvant was maybe a hair over rated the warriors Pixie dust got sprinkled on him a little bit like he's got a great. Iq He can switch a little bit. But he's solid. He does his job. He can pass it his His flirtation with becoming a long range. Jump shooter this. Year was unattractive but maybe.

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Elizabeth Warren's brother, Donald Reed Herring, has died from coronavirus

Chris Plante

00:10 sec | 7 months ago

Elizabeth Warren's brother, Donald Reed Herring, has died from coronavirus

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Washington, DC - Judge Rejects Lawsuit Over Order; No Religious Exemption

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00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Washington, DC - Judge Rejects Lawsuit Over Order; No Religious Exemption

"Judge rejected a lawsuit asking to be excluded from a stay at home water a judge in southwest Virginia has rejected a lawsuit that sought to carve out a religious exemption to governor Ralph Northam executive order requiring people to stay at home Russell county resident Larry Hughes filed the lawsuit this week he said the governor's stay at home order infringed on his religious freedom and sought an exception that would allow attendance at Easter services this Sunday democratic Attorney General mark herring's office defended the executive order during a hearing Thursday Russell county circuit court judge Michael Moore left the executive order intact at the conclusion of the hearing

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"herring" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

11:07 min | 10 months ago

"herring" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Lineup of your kids lineup of young herder those two wings and Collins has been all right this year but you've decided John Collins can't defend well enough right the five? That's exactly and it trickles down to all of these these other guys and you know. I thought Okay so if Collin what you do with these smaller fives like Julius randle is like this. If you can protect the rim then you can. Let's let's try switching. Let's build a defense second. Switch everything and the Lakers. Did this little bit with Randall. Because you're you're quick can stay in front of some guard. CaN'T SWITCH TRAE. Young anywhere exactly cates. Which trae young onto like an oak tree? The Oak tree will fall over and run into and collapse. You can't switch trae young like you switch trae young into under Fred Vanfleet. Fred van bleeds going in the post and like bullying trae young. And that's the thing is we just. Haven't you know the Steph comparison is cute? Enough has been cute enough at times but staff. I mean I. I think we're doing a disservice to say that Steph. Was that bad on defense. I know that he had limitations. I know that that was a big part occurs job when he came in was to say look. You got to kind of step it up and just guard. Because Mark Jackson was essentially giving him away out to to let other guys handle the point guards and stuff like that. Trey is a solid step. Behind where Steph was at that time I think trae young is the worst defensive player in the NBA. Let's not mince words end so trying to build on that like it's very clear it's fun. It's very clear that he's a good offense. You know the potential be great offense player. We're not no one's doubting that it doesn't change the fact that it's really hard to build around someone that you can see his franchise player when he can't play the other side of the and it's not an effort thing it's it's not well sometimes it is. I realize I don't WanNa give him that much of a way out but sometimes it's the effort thing but even if you were giving full effort. I'm not sure that he would be even. I can't ever see him. Being an average defender will steph gives full effort and I can hear the Atlanta fencing. Well wait a second. The warriors won championships with switching defensive schemes and teams go win at teams that went at Steph and mismatches and things they had welk's is what they had was literally hall of Fame Level Defender all over the floor of accurate smart guys and I used reddish in hunter. The bodies of that will see how and certainly hunter I believe was the NCAA defensive player of the year or something. Some got some award for the whatever scheme the NCAA is running in that fake professionally. He got some award So I who knows but I just think collins it's it's an easy solution to make okay. He's not a five can't defend five. We'll make him before. Defending forces really hard. You ever watch Julius randle. And I hate to keep invoking his name like try to rotate in a small four who can shoot threes like rotate into the paint rotate? Backout keep track of everything. Doesn't have it for. It doesn't go super well. No it doesn't So that was your fourth one or two. I don't know I've got two more. We take this pick one burn through so we can one that I mentioned just because I think it'll be interesting but we don't have to discuss it because there's nothing to analyze in my opinion just yet. Merkich is going to be one of those guys. He was around my runner up. Okay so nerkin will be interesting. I think it kind of creates a domino effect in terms of some decisions. That have come this summer for Whiteside whiteside depending on what year and what you look at. Here's a decision whiteside. Does Not my team right here. And I think a lot of people would make that decision but also Nerkez will provide a lot of hope for the Portland fans. But I don't think when you talk about what value he adds obviously a very good offense player. He's solid defensively. I don't know how much I would expect from him coming back from an injury like that. So it's not this year is gone. I shouldn't say that. Because they're they are within hailing distance of their ninth and they're five one of two teams. I think realistically catch mostly because Memphis has the toughest schedule in the league left. So I mean it's interesting I also think dame could kind of single handedly. If he goes on another run like the one he just came off of. I can't take another run like heart. Palpitations Oh my God. The other team player. Whatever you want to say that I had on my list was Westbrook because of I've kind of wondered for a while a lot of us probably had. What IF THIS DUDE. Just stopped jacking shots. What if he just stopped taking threes? That are horrible. That have no chance of going in. And that's essentially what he's done now for a month and the guy is now shooting. I think fifty four fifty five percent over that span. Because he's he basically I. The last year covered the knicks. Derrick rose did the same thing where he basically said. He was a free agent at the time. Derrick rose so I think that was probably why he stopped shooting them? You realize you know miss shots were money causing money potentially but Russ essentially stopped doing that and it's interesting because now at the lineups are playing probably has even more space in the paint to just drive and kind of take advantage of things but I also wonder on some level with the way they're playing now Russ. Has You know kind of these open lanes to go through and is taking advantage of it. Pj Tucker might not have knees left by the time this is over I think. Pj Tucker I think PJ Tucker can play forever. The evidence suggests plead J. Tucker never gets tired he can play forever if we ran the data. I don't understand thirty. That might not be. I don't WanNa hear boring data. Not just love me is made me a blog boy. So I- self regulated with the rockets to is no rockets. Talk for me on this podcast. I've I've talked to Mike. The rockets the sixers are like Bhai. I just spend too much time thinking about them fair and I said this last week and I'll say it again. This is my favorite version of Russell. Westbrook ever this is one that we have right. Now doesn't shoot. Three's who plays in wide open space and just goes to the rim all the time. It's my favorite has another ball handler to take the pressure. I mean obviously harden has more than two semantics the pressure off you I get. I've been asked a lot of times about the rockets in the last two weeks since they started playing super-duper small ball And perverting Basque by saying that sarcastically. I Don t particularly any strongly about it And I just. I have the most boring answer. Which is like. I think they're just discussed about as good as they were with Cappella like I don't I don't trust their defense. Still quite good enough. I think it's okay. Yep and I don't think there is good. As the clippers the Lakers and punchers chance against them in a playoff series. I you know Nuggets Jazz. I think those teams over eighty two games are better than the rockets and a playoff series. I don't know like I kinda just think the same about the rockets as I did before doesn't I don't feel moved really let me ask you about. This is the basically the last five months I had one or two other ones I have Rondo and Zion as kind of like the other two guys that I was GonNa. I can't tell no Rondo. That's fine Xilin is is is just insane. I'm just blown away by the touch around the rim when he's not dunking. Because because I feel like the Dunkin get so much attention that guy just has like incredible touch with Zion on the are ridiculous. Of course. They're like hilarious for the guy's not in shape he just started playing and he has the highest for the season already. It's GonNa be fun so the the one Other thing I and I know I I can't think of a time. You made them off limits as far as discussing. I feel like you discussed the more than normal For most I think seeing what Toronto is like. I Know Boston probably. We haven't been health either. What Toronto is like when they're completely healthy because they're interesting from the standpoint that they have absolutely dominated bad teams. I thirty one into. Maybe they lost that last game for the breaks over thirty one and three Against teams that are under five hundred. But they've been arguably more banged up than anybody else in the league. Six of their top seven rotation guys have missed ten games or more And basically when you they're one of the few teams that are in the conversation for a top five seat in either conference. That doesn't have a winning record against five hundred teams so I look at that and I say on the one hand well. They're not playing all that great against the best teams but they also haven't been anywhere near healthy and that's included literally every key guy on their roster Literally Yeah I think the only guy that hasn't as an OB. And I think he missed a game somewhere too so I look at it. I look at how well surge is shooting from three this year career for him and surge surges had an unheralded great season. He has he has and I feel like everything about them is kind of flown under the radar because so many people. We didn't at five thirty. I know you didn't and I don't think anyone wrote them off from the standpoint of being a playoff team but I I said early on. I wouldn't have shocked me if they've finished in the top three in the East I didn't see too. I wasn't there was if you told me they're gonNA be forty and fifteen. That's right now. Nobody saw that coming pre all star break and actually had a story about them right before the all-star break saying the raptors weren't supposed to be good and of course I had the rap a couple raptors fans say. Oh that was just you. I said please. Nobody had them at forty. We had at forty seven wins. Maybe at five thirty eight for the season so to have them at forty before. The break is as nuts in a fifteen game win streak without having guys healthy. So I'm I'm just curious. Do you think that they would have even a punchers chance at Milwaukee? Obviously there's no quite there anymore But they do have a lot of those same parts from their house and a half. Danny Green either. Is there any chance with that team at full strength with Nick nurse being the CO she is? I think he's got a very good argument for coach. Nick nurse changes the starting lineup at halftime of the All Star game. I Love Lady. Did it in the middle of the finals. Points the All Star game. And he's like oh I think he. I think it feels like we should probably start couple different plan. That dude is not afraid to try anything just to do it. I love that too. I do too such if I were coaching. The All Star game. I might accidentally start seven players like I I would care. Might like accidentally START GUYS. Who weren't on the roster? Which team was that? That put six guys on the court a few weeks ago. Sixers sixers there. You Go So I like this idea of Milwaukee Threat Level. Like who's who who are the only way you can pitch seven games on it for so. I'm going to go through Indiana no zero threat to Milwaukee Sorry Pacers fans Philly is my big wildcard like theoretically yes. They are a threat to Milwaukee however they are a threat to trip over their own feet and on their face and get swept in the first round because they're just a complete bad road team to the day. I was the farther they fall back in. The standings makes me worry. I picked Philly to make the finals. I think they in theory are a threat in that particular head to head matchup there also a threat till I go down to against the raptors and mel tune in Sweden. Were what a lot of people saw Boston up until I think even as a story said..

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"herring" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

10:07 min | 10 months ago

"herring" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"On his team. Who's also dominating the ramparts through now? That's true also might is probably GonNa win. Mvp and should win a VP. And so that's fair and that will always happen. I think that's kind of what I was going to get at. Is that the idea that normally and I think maybe Go bear might be the lone exception for this in order to get real buzz around defense player there. Unless you're just a crazy defender. That has that reputation you it's kind of like the silver in baseball That a lot of times if you are a great hitter that you're going to get more attention for your defense of your decently defensive. If you're decent on defense I think Brooke Lopez's has been really really really good. Maybe even great defensively this year sensational. His timing on shop blocks his his. He has ballet dancer kind of Fen because of that it sucks. Cities had a really rough offensiveer. Because I kind of feel like like you said you can make a very fragmented honest within the conversation last defense player that he's not maybe even the the best defender on his team but he's exceptional his role. He is a top two or three rim-protector this year. And really to me. If I look at the things that you know if you told me the bucks were not gonNa come out of the East I could probably points a couple things that might have to do that. And maybe it's Eric. Bledsoe has another of postseason. Maybe it's the honest Kind of just kind of gets a little shy like he did last year when coed kind of locked him up in the conference finals but I would be concerned right now about Brook Lopez and his shooting. Worst I'm I'm going to go the opposite way. Okay I'm unconcerned. You're unconcerned unconcerned. So Brooke Lopez's a shooting twenty nine point eight percent from three. I believe because I looked it up today. Is that overall I believe so Thirty percent let's just say thirty percent. Okay which is bad. It's bad it's bad because he also it's funny because when you said that number jumped out at me because I've got on my computer. Twenty nine point seven percent when left wide open this year worst and they all his attempts because all his attempts to run over. That's why didn't look different but worse than the NBA. Win Left Wide Open. And that's why it's a little concerning like I was saying about Conley someone who heated up before the break a little bit and so maybe he's kind of throwing out a little bit Who knows the All star break came at maybe a rough time for him because he was starting to shoot better? But why are you unconcerned? Because first of all is there any chance to Lopez brothers did not go to Disney theme park for All Star break? It's like one hundred percent chance they probably go during the season so so I am unconcerned because taken fifteen hundred career three so the sample size of him being a league average three point shooter. Which by the way. That's all he was last year when everyone thought he was like big man now or is this who's taking a bunch of thirty percent. Right is not huge. So there's a chance that he's not that there's a chance that he's not only eversholt. Point shooter cramped well. I'm not concerned that the rest of his game has remained equally effective. Not Just on defense. Offensively one of the underrated things about the bucks and why Lopez is important for them is. It's really hard to go small against the bucks because if you just play one big right. But like small's we think to a four perimeter players in big. Will the big hat with very few exceptions? The biggest now guarding honest. Because you cannot be honest with a smaller player if you put a smaller player on that player is going into the basket or out of bounds. Janas really rudely frankly dunks on in his face so then you put a small guy on Lopez and but has been really smart this year and even smarter than last year about when they when teams do that Brooke starts posting up like it's two thousand twelve again and he mashes you like the sixers handshake. Milton on him a couple of times and he was like Oh shake Milton garments shake Milton. It's two thousand twelve baby going into the basket and and and Brooke is like a sneaky. Little pump and go driver like it's not even pumping go because he's so slow. It's like it's been kind of like but it works any like gets layoffs and he's a good passer so I have faith that the jump shot is common okay. I have faith that the three point shot is come at smy also. Interestingly everyone has been waiting and waiting and waiting for when are the Bucks GonNa pay for Brook Lopez sitting back in the paint on defense? Yeah and they paid a little bit against Toronto. Kawai hit some pull up threes for kyle hit some pull up threes but they were tough like if that if players even that good are gonna hit enough of those shots to beat you. There you tip your. That was. That was what happened in the Christmas Day game and they lose to the sixers is that the sixers have by far their best shooting day of the year they had twenty one threes. And I think maybe the next closest game if at all year was like fourteen or fifteen and so kind of an anomaly of shooting night. Those things are going to happen. I think that the scary thing about that. Is You know in the playoffs. It only takes one big shooting night to kind of completely. Shift your land. This is why this is a big play offs for Bud. It's you as if you look at the history of buds teams that have lost in the Atlanta Teams in Milwaukee teams. That had real ambitions of going places served A lot of their playoff series losses. I think the brain trust of those teams with chalk them while just we shot badly on open. Looks Shot Grade on open? Looks in what can you do on like well? That's awesome that you know you're using this big sample size math to explain. We played them twenty four times. The odds shifted. Guess what you don't get to play them twenty more times they win. Four in the series is over and you go home and your guy has a supermax in front of them. And it's it's all of a sudden thing I think I think I think they have not been good enough at coming up with a plan B. And maybe they won't need a plan B this year. Maybe they're really this good and then I was concerned about it last year. When they had the celtics Thursday they got blasted in that game one and they were playing against a big man and Horford And then the Celtics we all we all hate each other but you know. They're playing against the big man and Horford who can hit that shot if you're going to give it to him so I mean I I think their defense. They've kind of sold out in terms of the way they play defensively and again. That's why Lopez is so unique. I just think back to the The series last year against Toronto. Where MIRATEC was just so brutal. He could not hit anything. I remember those same as I do. Remember them switching a little bit more mid series and that and that's Ron to adjust for Toronto's doing but but that that's fine I just think if you're if you are relying too much on the vagaries of shooting This is why everyone's like the mid range shot in the playoffs or the ability to draw fouls all of this becomes more important because the competition is so good Who Do you have for your your next one side of Lopez and just to shooting a little bit concerned about it but like you said he's good enough on defense to where I don't think you're gonNA pull him out of the game. Fay's struggling to make shots but I'm curious to hear your next one. Yeah well there. It's interesting because they're deadly with US at center and they've leaned further into those lineups this year But the other teams will go small against those lineups and try to survive whereas like going small against their big lineups is just functionally. Can't do it when it's one of the sort of underrated things about why they're so good. I'll give you a choice. The two remaining players that we have not hit on my list. I bet we have one more in common. But I'm curious are Marcus Morris. Who Uses just a proxy for the clippers? Okay then we didn't have and John Collins so you can pick one of those to discuss okay Let's let's Collins. Because I kind of feel like the clippers are easy enough to get into and I'm sure we'll end up talking about them another time if we have to okay. I picked John Collins for a very obvious reason. The hawks have decided as an organization. John Collins is not a center we are going all in on John. Collins IS POWER FORWARD. Or let's put it this way we are going all in on acquiring centers who are not John Cholerae One of whom is like we had a little dwayne deadman reunion. Going on. Dwayne deadman can shoot threes right so we can sort of invert the roles that Wade Collins can be our screen in dive guy and boy is he good with trae young in the pick and roll. Yup and deadman can spot shoot. Three's a little mix it up the other way but we just traded some stuff for Clink Capella. Who can't shoot anywhere and all and his only role is as a dive man so John Collins is going to be standing in a corner lot and I'll tell you this guy. I I watched film so I know it's true. John House doesn't look super psyched. To be standing in the corner would trae young dribbles around and does the trae young show for a little while and other people get screen and die for him and we see a lot of John Collins. You know hands up like hey hey over here averagely twenty a game and then the shoulders slump a little bit like look that I don't think that's like the happiest version of John Collins and there are ways to get involved as you can be the second screen center on the second side action or you can call for the ball and the mismatch in the post and John Collins. Postal numbers are actually quite good this year in a limited sample but this dude is extension eligible after the season. That is interesting. Yeah I am a hundred percent. Sure that he and his representation conceive of himself as a star and I would be surprised if there I offer was not old Amax. Give us the Max And the Hawks have built on a swamp. The hawks have built in some complexity to his life. Now so that's why he's on my list. That's fascinating I hadn't thought about that from the I hadn't really thought about guys that are extension eligible and kind of how some of the stuff factors that does make them really interesting and you're right and it. It's funny when you talk about some of that stuff. My one of my big questions for the next five ten years. How do you build around Trae Young? I mean that is the question that Atlanta has to answer. It's it's because this trickles down to not only is call if Collins will you just drafted reddish in hunter right and hunter profiles of someone who can play the four and actually your.

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"herring" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"herring" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Felton Chandler was the guy that ran the pick and roll and so because of that you almost never saw mellow and Amari run the pick and roll together and obviously Mari was a killer and the pick and roll for years and so it just kind of left Amar Mar standing out there by himself. That's kind of what happens with PORZINGAS. Sometimes I think when White Powell's on the floor and Kluber both of them. Yeah because you need to involve them you WANNA use your vertical spacing racing and KP is more of a pick and pop layer really rarely roles to the basket and so it kind of leaves them out there and he does it have an immediate way to get involved and so so. I think there's going to be. I think Carl's got a couple of challenges one is. How do you involve a guy? That is a cornerstone for you because of what you just invest it again them and in that goes from a contract point but also the trade To is how do you make use of this rotation because even the game against Orlando I think steph curry played six minutes. I think Jalen Brunson Plate six minutes. JJ JD barriers. First game back and they row J. The job. Jj Berea came on the floor and bless them made shots banked. Three crowd was gone crazy. All of a sudden Luca was standing in the corner and it was the JJ ratio. That's pretty funny okay. So so that's the thing and again it's it's a blessing to have that problem but it is a problem because I do think that they're going to certain nights where you have so many options. But they don't have all the options in the right places. So I think the Figuring out the center rotation I think Powell has looked horrible. Defensively offensively at times this year in my opinion So I think that that's the challenge. The other thing I look at when I see this team that see when I look at this team is they look like they need one. More fat A lot of these guys are young and I and they're not good defensively. They're not at least not yet. And when I think about the team we haven't it hurt his name a whole lot lately and when we do it's always in conjunction with the Lakers. I feel like it would. Allah would fit well with his team. And maybe that's just a random thought. I don't know why I think that. I doubt he would WANNA play there. It's not a contender contender soda. You would fit very well but I would really like him on this team and I just Kinda see some rotation challenges with it is a really talented team. But but I just think that person has to circle all the way back to question you ask seven minutes. You'll probably I think porzingas can get lost. And I don't think Luka is looking for him necessarily Luca Uka is kind of an equal opportunity distributor essentially and I think that porzingas can get lost in an offense like that where frankly he's never had to play with someone else when he was on the same levels them. Unless you're arguing Carmelo and him were on the same level when Porzingas I got in the League but even when that was the case he wasn't hurt of the veterans didn't look for him Mer passing the ball in the fourth quarter. I've seen that happen here as well. There plus twenty five and forty six minutes with both of them off the floor and yeah I mean you you hit it on the head. PORZINGAS has mostly been floorspace or for DONNCHA POWELL CLEVELAND. Pick and rolls and now that's a first of all valuable role shirt capeeze a good shooter. He can shoot over anybody And he's not just obviously he does more. They run Luca and K.. P. Run like fifteen pick and rolls hundred possessions or something like that and that play should be really effective because both of them are dangerous shooting. Both of them are dangerous. Going to the basket. Both of them should be able to punish switches. And I think that's the hitter missing greedy. You Know Porzingis's game is you. Put a little guy on him. And he's settling for a lot of fadeaways and they're just not they're just not great shots what they look real pretty when they go in. But he's not dirk. You gotta be Dirk to make that a high points per possession shot and he's not Durkin. He's got to get better getting to the line in doing something other than turning and shooting at eighteen foot fadeaway jumper over six four guy. He's never been great at that. He's not he's a he. I wrote a story last year before last he got his. Mid Range Jumpers and Mo- a lot of them are fadeaways blocked at a higher rate than anybody in the league. When I wrote the story? And it's crazy to think that he's the tallest guy in the league along with Bobin but he was getting a I kind of looked at it and got some data on his shot. Release where it is and it was. It's one of the lower shot releases in the league For volume shooters so for whatever reason he gets blocked a lot but he's not getting that shot over people nearly as easily as it looks and I do think it's one of those things where when he makes it looks so pretty not that people kind of overlooked the fact that it's not as effective as you would think it would be for someone who's is I do think as he gets healthier they will explore more minutes with him as the center. Okay and maybe he rolls more than in that circumstance. When there's nobody that he's rolling into or maybe even Cleveland and shoot a little bit? Powell can shoot a little but maybe you can use him as a roller with those. You know look there are third. Best Player is in good enough we contender. But they have a lot of fifth best players on their They have a lot of good players on a team. I like they. They are currently starting lineup. That's so big and rangy that doctors almost kind of the two. It's like a point a little guy. Sometimes Seth Curry very sometimes dhillon right. He's not playing as much thought. Don Finished Smith who looks very frisky. This year he looks very aggressive. Like what indoor and Vincent. I like this guy's driving close outs. He's going at people on defensive more and then the two big guys And dodgers has just been absolutely incredible. The past we're talking about the RIM runners Powell in Cuba I think dodgers already is the best lob passer in the whole week his lobs are are the touch the accuracy and the timing like. He's throwing them when from angles. You don't expect at times you don't expect like you almost think it's too late but really he has such a good sense of timing that it's perfect but it feels too late that the defense or it's too early or he's like leaning backwards but still throws a Bob Four. He's in his timing and touch on lobs is I think he's the best passer in the holy. He has four every night where I'm like. Oh my God that was incredible. And and and the thing is there were elements of that that you can see last year and so I mean it's funny and I think Dallas was kind out of a sexy pick for a lot of people this year because you figure Luca plus porzingis equals wins And it's interesting to think that that part of it hasn't worked out just yet as far as the duo but the fact that they're winning in this looked like I said. I think you can make a really optimistic argument. That's rooted in fact pretty easily with the team. Because the fact that they've done it without them looking like they have a true synergy yet. You hope it bodes. Well I mean I guess the downside is that they never get on on the same page I looked at the numbers for it. I think porzingas shooting something like Something like twenty eight or thirty percent off passes from Lucas so far while one of eight from three So I mean it. It will get better from here I I. I can't imagine getting worse. I can't imagine it staying the same and and a lot of it to you. You have to figure porzingas credit has said. I'm pretty frustrated with downplay because I don't feel like I'm myself yet. And by the way he hadn't played in one thousand nine hundred exactly And and so we'll see how that pans out and I wonder at some point if they'll start Lord managing him a little bit and what that will do to their team but I think they're solid team. I I picked him to make the playoffs. I think they're going to stay in the race and make the playoffs Mak- I don't know what they'll be seed wise. I just don't and if even if they get in like like a high cede trust their defense yet maybe it will get better. Know they're there and Porzingas is Ben and on the Glass Orlando exploited at last night. Orlando a team. That doesn't offensive rebound clearly said. Let's attack these guys because we don't we don't think they can keep us off the glass of the and they couldn't and their and our bottom five or six defensive rebounding team porzingas has never been a very. Hey good rebounder. And he's not one of those guys who is boxing guys out and and that's why he's not getting rebounds like the Lopez twins who never get any rebounds with they're always boxing seven guys out at at the same time so they have some weak spots defensively. I think upside this year's probably.

"herring" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

12:50 min | 1 year ago

"herring" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Our promo code so download the seek gap today. Use Promo Code Low L. O. W. E. my last name the name of this podcast Bam ten dollars off your first purchase. That's Promo Code Low for ten dollars off your first purchase with seatgeek okay. Let's put well. I'M NOT GONNA put fifteen minutes on the clock because I don't want to hold them. I don't want to hold myself to any fish. Artificial constraint time time is but an artificial constraint Chris Herring I wanNA talk about four teams that are not located in Los Angeles. California apologies for the Lakers. Who are absolutely balling or in Oakland? California for San Francisco. Oh they're they're watching. Their Games is like WHOA. What what in the hell Jordan Pool took another? It's not it's not going to hurt. Pascal Fungal ops years as Years Pass School Pascal. That is part of the challenge of having a team that has people that you don't know who they are is that you still have to figure out how to pronounce her name. I'll have it. I figured the next time I come on the fucking Team number one that we're going to talk about is the single best story in the NBA. So far this season the five and to Phoenix Suns tenth in offense offense and fifth in defense an overall net rating. They are third. I thought the sons would be better this year. I still had them in my bottom here of the worst teams in the NBA. I certainly did not expect this. You two questions answer either. One of them what what exactly is happening and or is this a real thing. What are your expectations for the sons? The rest of the year you wrote about the Suns on fivethirtyeight last week people should go read that I will particularly all that informative. I think they're a couple of things happening. Is it real man. I hope it is and I think there are parts of it that are I think there's some potential pitfalls though One of the bigger questions that were eventually going to have to ask is what happens with age comes back right because obviously he's a part of your future by a big part of what feels real about what they're doing is just the their center rotation and the way they're playing Baynes and the way they're playing Kamensky the way they're playing them together which has been interesting because they're blown teams out of the water when those two are playing at the same time But I think the biggest thing and you've alluded to this I. I don't know if it's been what I've been on. The podcast has been with other people. You were basically saying look. I'm still a believer booker. We don't know exactly what it'll be but I'm more willing to bet On somebody that can do the things he can do his age and to see him when he's got a real roster around him he's got real. NBA players around him like they may not A. B.. Exactly who you'd want if you're starting team necessarily but Rubio for better or worse for all the frustration that people might have had about him in Minnesota he he. He's not going to be the reason your team loses and like you know obviously it's gotTa shortcomings on offense. He also has very useful productive skills on offense he can defend this position for the most part their games where he's going to struggle there he can't shoot. We all know that he can be a liability a huge liability from that standpoint. But if you've got a team where you you need to get people to ball and not allow for teamsters load up on one guy. He's a really really good player to have and I think we've seen that before in a couple of different situations And I I think that's helped booker tremendously when you talk about Baynes and the way he screens that helps tremendously when you talk about how rugged. He is That helps tremendously one of the big shifts shifts. They've made this year. I think they're defensive rebounding. I think they went from dead last in the League tenth so far so that's a big shift for them. They cut a lot more than they did. Last Sierra. You know a lot of the stuff. I have so many friends in Chicago basketball fans and they're like furious that the Bulls didn't at least talk to other coaches. I'm glad you bring up the Chicago Bulls because this has been a good week or two weeks for Devon Booker optimus in Phoenix fans should know they can look up everything. I've ever have written about Devon Booker. I am a Devon Booker. Optimists have always been a devon booker. After this there are two players that I like I think the Andrew wiggins experience has made some analytics. People sort of overcautious on scores. WHO play for bad teams in terms of like I've I've had people including guys who worked for teams not just writers or whatever? Ask me in the last six months a are we sure Donovan. Mitchell is good question. I've been asked wow And be are we shirt like Devon Booker. Just isn't Zach Levine. which is why I said? Thank you for bringing up the Bulls and like exactly all right. But like the questions are stemming from this sort of wiggins fear of just empty calories numbers are these guys just losers and you would look at the numbers and you would look at the team records. You would think Devon Booker. That's interesting it's a question worth asking dot Donovan Mitchell. Yes assist to turnover ratio is awful. Last year he shot a terribly for the first first half the season is he just a gunner like real people. Ask Me this questions and then you just watch like sometimes you just watch on. Oh no those guys are good flick. That guy's good Devon Booker seven assists he just threw a lefty whip. Pass to the right corner. That xactly mean can't see like oh you just you just watch him really like average twenty seven and seven last year and you knew if he didn't have to do everything for the Phoenix Suns. He's GONNA shoot. Three's better just look in his jump. Shot good shooter shooter. He's just a good player. He was always a good player this year. He's fifty fifty nine right now. It might make the All star team. Yeah and I think the big thing with him. He's and it's very clear. This is seems like it's come from Monty Williams these kind of addressed it a little bit where he's kind of asked booker or if he wants a certain guy in booker's like of course I do Feeling a little bit. Like the Kerr thing with with Steph. A little bit. Where he's challenging him to defensor guys He's working his butt off on defense playing hard and that was in particular what you'd called out before where that's been the argument. Normally when we saw an empty calories that's always a concern but even even that was different than Zach. Levine because Zach Levine will make mistakes on defense and I asked him about the semi podcast. It's not a secret he'll just be in the wrong place or Nazi like a thing happen and be so far behind the plate. It'll be like even know. What's going on Devon Booker? Mistakes like yeah. That's a young guy in a bad team who knows what's what's going on and he's not trying right and so that this season that was kind of the test or that's been the test. I don't know that we came in knowing that that was going to be the test. But now he's got pros around him he's got vets. That have not only tried. You know a lot of times or maybe the the hardest effort guys on their team And and you know the the fact that they've been winning and not just winning but when you look at the losses they've had they've been very very narrow losses they can very easily very good. Teams aims Utah Denver. I believe they could very easily be undefeated right now. I mean it was feels crazy to say a couple of weeks into the season. But that's also what you get when you talk about a team that number three Ria net rating that you're in every game So he's working harder and I think that that sort of thing has a really top down sort of impact on the rest of the club especially when you have other young guys on the team. The veterans are going to be out there playing hard regardless. But when you don't give maximum effort particularly on defense that stuff trickles down on and you know when you're playing harder and everybody sees it and you're still producing on the offensive side That trickles down as well. And so it's it's been noticeable and He the thing that if you had to give one reason not to give up on it before which we also shouldn't be giving up on twenty one twenty two twenty three year olds anyway but if you had to. I have one reason you look at the guys basketball reference page pretty much every season. His point totals were going up and assist totals. Were going up. which like you normally don't see both of those things happen at his efficiency Particularly when he's getting the defensive attention that he's always gotten and so that alone. You know you get the right coach you get the right players around and You get them in the right system. you don't WanNa give up on people at young but I do think that's been a big part of it is that I think he's bought in completely. He's got a guy that screens forum that makes life difficult for the people trying to defend. Aaron Baines is a if you gave me like okay. Here's a physical challenge. You have to run full all speed into the chest of of any human being in the NBA. Aaron beans might be my last choice. Do not want to run full speed into that dude. It would be really. We don't know who my first choice would be But it wouldn't be Aron Baynes Air Baynes will inflict pain. You will have paying. He I mean he looks like you would. In fact you're right by the way when the nobody not looked the Andre and in his first game of the season and as only game looked really good blocks defensively after and I wrote several times last sure he started off the year as bad and clueless defensively as any big man I have ever seen in the NBA and by the middle and end of the year he was just regular regular bad which is fantastic progress for rookie. He was bad like he started to grow was going on yeah. He's a little late here but he's bad in a way that was an encourage you that he could. He could be average pretty soon. Maybe averages all is but given what you can do on offense awesome yeah And maybe better than average but I I I do think Aaron beans is a winning player. Would you surround Aron Baynes with other high usage guys Devon Booker. Kelly oubre very badly wants to be a high usage guy and his scoring twenty game. Yeah Ricky Rubio has the ball a lot not a high usage guy but a playmaker. He's a winner. Aaron beans is a winner. De'andre Ayton is a nominally superficially better player than Aaron beans. I'm not sure he's a better fit for that. Starting lineup in his second that can season coming off. What will be twenty five game suspension? And that's going to be the question because the playing style. I mean obviously from a shooting standpoint. Dan's with his range The screening but man just like you said from a usage standpoint. Who Do you really want getting those shots? Let's if not if these are different sorts of shots in the ones Booker's been able to get before as far as the spacey's getting because of how good the screens are I it's GonNa be interesting because fundamentally it's a no brainer who you need to be a key part of that rotation getting those minutes but as far as you you know it's GonNa be it's eight it. There's no question about that but it's GonNa be interesting and I feel like you. Have this happened with the team or two. Every year we have a team it ends up being ahead of schedule as far as what people expected. And then you have to start making rotation decisions based on the idea of like. Well we've got a real shot at the playoffs here. which if the sons play well enough then? That's not a question because then they're in and it's not problematic but it does become interesting because this is your number one pick for last year that Hugh Right now. He'll never say he's never said it to me. Total speculation total speculation. I'll bet you right now. Steve Clifford wishes Kevin Birch could be his backup center. But it's more Bamba. Mobile home was playing all right. Yeah but last year. Their season turned around. When Ken Birch got those miniature can virtues? Good knows how to play. Am Obama's rookies figuring out how to play right now. He's not anymore. Yeah there's this sense by the way I've seen it. That Phoenix is Getting lucky defensively and I don't know if the numbers have changed in the last week there's no there's there's very little evidence that that's true Only five teams have allowed fewer. Three Point Attemps Then then the sons have share as a percentage of total total shot attempts and Phoenix has allowed thirty three percents shooting on threes. Which is the ninth lows figure in the leader of the eighth lowest figure in the league low but but not like crazy low and if you look at the advanced tracking numbers that we have that measure expected field goal percentage versus actual field goal percentage based on who shooting where they're shooting shooting from like they're getting a tiny bit lucky but like almost every day were almost average or what I looked at fifteen? There's no there's no evidence and set their defense is smoke and mirrors just lucky opponents shooting. There's not there's there's no evidence of that they might be the only team I didn't look. I didn't look for this particular statistic but when I looked and not adjusting it for lock or anything like that or for expected rates top. Ten three point defense top ten in rim defense top ten in terms of what percentage of shots forcing mid range they force a hell of a lot of turnovers which is good top three in that. It's good they better because they found the hell out of everyone for like the ten th straight season they are failing to Jesus out of their their fascinating. Because it's honestly there's a lot there that suggests that they.

"herring" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

09:41 min | 1 year ago

"herring" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"I'm now now the welcome to the low post podcast on a beautiful Thursday afternoon in New York City where I'm thrilled as always to be joined by one of my my favorite guests from five thirty eight and wearing a Michigan. Hoodie Chris. Herring how are you good. Man How are you I'm hanging in. We're we're like every team has played between like seven and nine games. Were were rolling. Now we're getting a sense of who to pay more attention to it. Feels like we're ten games where we're ten percent or something into the NBA season. Just like that. I WanNa know Seh me and My colleague Neil paying. We're probably going to take a look at something pretty soon figure. I think it's been done already. Like how how much of the season can go by. Before you essentially could take a snapshot of the standings and more or less those are the teams are GonNa make the playoffs weather in that order or not. You know I know the rockets. Obviously last year You know kind of had elite season charge but Man wouldn't it. Be Fun of Your Suns Fan that just kind of you know. Pause everything where it is now. We're going to talk about the suns We're GONNA talk about four interesting teams in the Western Conference that are not located in Los Angeles California. That's the theme of this podcast. I I do want to talk about about Managing of the loads Because Coy Leonard Sat out last night against Milwaukee and the pearls were clutched and the screaming was screamed named and the fans. Were were lamenting it and all of this do you. Do you have any thoughts on this. Mr Harry I just think if first of all I'm not not going to say it's random because like you said there was national TV. Able in last night. That I think a lot of people would have wanted to watch. I just find it really strange that we're having this conversation in a year where not even a year after I just WanNa Championship and everyone in that organization seems to be crediting the fact that they handled him the way they did which I think they needed to as someone he was going to be a free agent and I imagine. The same conversation was had with the clippers that he needed to be able to say if and when he was gonNA play and when he's feeling good when he's not but I just kind of feel like at this point. Haven't we lost the idea to be able to say he should or shouldn't be playing based on what he I just did that matters. Most we've let the spurs do that forever and and maybe as a strong word because of the league came down on them about it at one point too but game ultimately ultimately doesn't matter I get from TV standpoint. It does get if you're a fan. That's paid money me and a buddy went to go. See the Lakers and bucks last year Lebron Janas set out. It sucks it. It sucks is a fan but their job is not necessarily to be mindful of individual fans buy tickets to win a championship and so if doing doing that sitting out when he needs to or when he feels like he's not ready to go or when he wants to break is his best chance to do that. He probably has a better sense of that than we do. And I oh I I'm just A and I've said this before and your pockets. I'm never going to make an argument that a player should be playing when they feel like they shouldn't be if it's a management day so CBS but the season's too long and so we shorten it as we if you have a say that until the season is short and I don't really think we've got to say and win. If they sit out Ryen Russillo had an interesting thread about this yesterday on twitter any eighty made he pointed out that the science is uncertain. And that and that's true teams who have invested enormous amounts of money and time and trying to figure out injury prevention fatigue. All of this you know they have a quite right throwing their hands up in the air because they've learned lots of stuff but they don't know a one hundred percent for sure that That load management is as necessary as some teams. Make it out to be. They don't know the scientists totally uncertain some of these some of these big fancy companies come up teams by their products and realize it's snake oil two years later. Don't have it but I I. I certainly think the science has has crawled in the direction of caution and this is what this is. What is a little weird about the load management outcry is that like two months ago? Baxter homes comes out with big two part series about not only load management in the NBA. But but how AAU players are exhibiting according to like actual expert to do this for a living are exhibiting signs of wear and tear in their knees by like in twelve and when that store comes out there's Baxter on outside the lines there's every NBA commentary being like this is really important work. Read this work. And then when David fishtail his tail says load management L- manages bunk RJ Barrett's nineteen. We're GONNA play him forty minutes a game. If we want. Everyone laughs at David fizzed ill and then. A team sits Kawhi Leonard Leonard out on a national TV back to back Newsflash to the NBA. You put quiet learns team on national. TV back to back. This is what is going to happen for. So we all we all logged these pieces about this really important work like we're really digging in with their loaded. With scientists. Being Red Flag Red Flag Red Flag Red flag players are deteriorating. Deteriorating Faster Jumpers Niba and then a team actually does it in a circumstance of a backpack with a player who has a history of leg problems and people are format about it. I think I don't understand how you can be. There's definitely an overlap in the ven diagram of people who are tweeting Baxter. Homes and stories and sources of that Ilk and making fun fun of physical and being mad about management. I just don't understand how that can be. I me personally I mean I also if if anyone watched the entertaining game anyway not to say that it wouldn't be more entertaining of Hawaii played but if that's the concern I get it when you've got a totally leave. Garbage game on. The game was fine last night. It was really entertaining the game. The spurs were fine for all those years ago was an almost beat the heat with memory honor and who also we're also played in that game. Yeah so I. I don't know like I said I in. You're absolutely right that on the one hand you have people that are worried about the health of these players but then you hear things that run counter to that and I just having lived in Chicago living in Chicago now I just after the derrick rose stuff i. I'm of the opinion that when players sit out whether it's because of a very clear fear that they're going to get hurt again or the idea that you're trying to make sure that they don't get hurt again. You've lost the right eight and when I say you I guess referring to the people that were angry shouting about rose and then just go dead silent when he has multiple knee injuries after that Kawhi Hawaii had an injury and it's like even if you questioned whether he actually had one in San Antonio or that he didn't feel comfortable with his body whatever he did sitting out that time time and playing last year Toronto and managing his condition the way he did it paid off and his job is for it to pay off each time. So so I'M NOT GONNA I'm not gonNA argue the logic behind that particularly in an early season game I do. I'm just not e coli was dragging asked by the end of last year's final wife appeared to suffer a leg injury in the Milwaukee series and was limping around the corridors. In parts of that series was like watch the fourth quarter of the clinching game. Why why didn't do anything in that quarter other than die for a couple of probably took a few shots? I remember. That was the Fred Van Vliet show like Hawaii was dragging now. Is that evidence that he needs to be. Low manages it evidence that that he had a random injury at a random time that had nothing to do with being load manager. Not I don't know but I can't blame the Clippers for monitoring for managing the old bowed. Managing you've got to manage low because there's a national game on it and that's that's the part where I I get it. I heard what doors said. Indoors is one of my favorite people so it's not to disagree with their necessarily but it's not. It's not his job to be worried about that. And you know it's not his job to be worried about that particularly as Jalen rose silently. Put it yesterday on the. Jj Show the discourse about NBA players has gotten so poisonous about its rings or you're a scrub and how many rings you have rings earrings rings. Well if Kawhi Leonard thinks the only way for me to get another ring is to be load managed and all these people seem to care about who debating. My legacy is rings rings. I'm going to do whatever it takes to be healthy in April. May The sixers are going to do this with Joel embiid the NBA without saying it has come loud and said without coming on singing directly has essentially said eighty. Two Games is too many. They're doing everything they can to the schedule to eliminate back to backs introduced rest lengthen. The All Star Game Kevin Arnovitz reported in July for the seventy fifth anniversary season. They're contemplating a lot of things including his. He wrote. Also a reduction in the eighty two game regular season schedule. That's real. That's the true thing. There's still contemplating that so the NBA has already sent us the message. They have too many games what they're really concerned about is the TV money. That's IT national. TV money and yes that trickles down the players salaries and all that don't put Kawai Leonard Steam on national TV back to. Ah The clip. How many times are the clippers are our national? TV This year if you count NBA TV. It's like thirty games. Yeah well okay this is GonNa Happen Live with it. That's my little. I don't WanNa manage anymore loads Give anymore loads to manage. I don't any load to get off your chest. I don't I I think we're we're both in in lockstep with that. I just don't I mean I hadn't even really thought about that part of it. But particularly his teams after what we saw last year and something that worked for him last year that worked for his team last year is probably best not to have them on. TV when they've got two games in a row. Do you ever feel like ticketing websites. Make getting to the event difficult on purpose. It's like they're so big they can can get away with not caring about.

"herring" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"herring" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Herring admitted that in the nineteen eighties. He to wore black face only days after calling for governor north him to resign as a nineteen year old undergrad herring said he and some friends dressed up like rappers in war Brown makeup today. He described it as callous and inexcusable adding that I have contributed to the pain Virginians. I felt this week is the greatest shame. I've ever felt in the days ahead. Honest conversations and discussions will make it clear whether I can or should continue to serve as a Torney general boxes. Gary Tenny herring will no longer be a top leader of the democratic attorneys General Association afterwards admission last week the north apologize for racist photo in his med school yearbook. Then said he wasn't in the picture and the state's Lieutenant governor has been accused of sexual assault, which he denies there could be consequences after Massachusetts Senator. Elizabeth Warren claimed native American heritage on an application for the Texas State bar. Fox's Steve Rappaport has this live. Lisa RNC chair. Ronna McDaniel filed a grievance with the state bar of Texas saying Warren should be disciplined for lying and failing to correct a misrepresentation she made on her bar registration card, the Washington Post reporting, the Massachusetts Democrat identified herself as American Indian on the card Warren quickly went into damage control. I am not a member of the tribe, and I have apologized for not being sensitive to that distinction. It's an important distinction. The revelation coming days before Warren is expected to launch her twenty twenty bid for the White House. Lisa Steve, former Michigan congressman, John Dingell, the longest serving member of congress histories receiving hospice care. His wife congresswoman, Debbie Dingle tweeted this morning, he was with him at their home in Dearborn. This is Fox.

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"herring" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"herring" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"The yo you look at all the guys we had coming up yet rocky adds steve now sean still on the picture yet triple h mankind we had a pretty damn good crew goal forward a he didn't wanna upset that apple cart allegedly the wwf take some precautions and they checked with the nevada state athletic commission to make sure there okay to use mike and they're told by marc ratner who's running the athletic commission at the time that they've you mike appearing here like he was appearing on any late night television show it's not an athletic event and something that they would consider in violation who would have been the person to make that call with the athletic commission says disorder runup flagpole richard herring judge richard herring from on new york he was all part of the new york state athletic commission later on he was a adviser for the wwf uh one of my favorite people in the whole wide world brilliant guy but uh he had great connections in he can make that phone call easily instead pick up the phone for judge airing there's a lot of talk that the commission's around the country or saying that while tyson may not be violating the letter of the law he is violating the spirit of the law because he's supposed to be under suspension and supposedly the head of the massachusetts commission said that he would send a letter recommending tyson not be used on the show the since they had no governing power over parreira wrestling dosso just posturing mirror they're being talk for mass that i we don't want you to use them but we can't tell you not too well there was basically when you go to the uh athletic commission in state in the bottom they in boxing it's pretty much new york in nevada who are the big dogs and who make a lot of the decisions because that's where the money is so we hit not we not only asked the bottom but we asked lot of the athletic commissions that governed wrestling and boxing in got the temperature of the water for the most part in for the most part everybody's shared nevada's take that this is.

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"herring" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"herring" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"You know esp if you're if you're an hour unchanged deep into the curb podcasts than you live near new york you'll probably up come on out a out of fun yet if you're if you like can't get the day off work or you don't live in in this part of the country or or were you don't even living the country like a band than your family quit your job throw yourself in the financial ruin and and you know on a whim come and hang out with us next week a key blitz the hashtag today hashtag anti herring anti herring i like it and if you're pro herring then put in pro hearing but if you're pro herring you're banned from podcast katsir like heart of herring or something like that while that's confusing because of heart of herring is our hard of hearing people the pro airing people the anti hearing wa of your heart of the herring then you know they knew they way what did you say is a so you may not catch on yeah people have said like homage to bring you like to his lawyers to the live show like do not bring us do how now and do not bring pulling peel hiring either no no point old boy now you're also i inadvertently set an assigned for podcasts that ostrich burgers were kosher and they're not so don't bring ostrich burgers we were going to feed over announcers were guys out now okay so very exciting stuff and we will get should people bring you any are you requesting anything from the listeners know i'm sure people some we'll bring me to hazardous but other than to his there is no yes to to as low as note of herring identified thought lectured i bri used the chocolate muffins i used to like bribe when i was a counselor i would have might my parents my dad worked in the camps my mom would come up.

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"herring" Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM

KSKA 91.1 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"herring" Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM

"To for the commercial fishing industry and they've been valuable for a very long time beginning around eighteen seventy eight the early european settlers to pacific northwest in and alaska built herring salteri is to preserve these fish assaulted and pickled hearing industries peaked after world war one and then declined and we're never important again in alaska there were also a whole skein of plants that were built to render herring into oil and fish meal all along the coast beginning around the 1880s peaking in the 19th one is haring reduction plants were used process huge quantities of herring were brought in the reduction plants from craig and southeast alaska all the way up to kodiak the over harvest that happened unfortunately in the process of this hearing reduction industry caused dramatic declines of herring stocks in the nineteen 50s the lower cost and trevi's from peru also undercut the market for alaska herring oil in meal in a 1966 the last hearing reduction plant in alaska closed i have eased my skift up to the edge of this sane belonging to that andy see the june vote the fishermen in orange suits peering anxiously over the side corker vote coming very fast around behind my skift now there's a huge school of herring nudged up against one side of the net you can see the corks the floats at the edge of the net start to sink the corker boat is now coming small skift boston whaler two guys in it coming up to the edge of the net adding more floats to keep that net from sinking to hold on to that catch well there are several methods of modern commercial fishing herring are caught for bate their netted in an sane sometimes like these sometimes in gill nets they're frozen hole further kept alive in net pens and they're used as bait for longlining or crab ing or trolling leasehold herring are also smoked solved in pickled car kipper for human consumption but there's very little of this kind of fish produced in alaska.

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"herring" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

The Bill Barnwell Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"herring" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

"We'll go to the extent your dear its first day through twenty seconds two thousand seventeen and there is a lot happening in the nba to help us briefed out what is actually going on as we prepare for science nba draft we brought on of actually just occurred to me we have munichites whose normally refer to on the show is the professor restored her bachelorette knowledge but we are joined by an actual professor today the real deal chris herring fivethirtyeightcom professor herring how are you uh i'm not gonna let you get away with that logo look barbie but obama an adjunct lecturer to so far of either they have their old the professors technically tenure drag which i don't think i am at don't lecturer but i'm doing well how are you know in in the space mr hearing you are a professor to me and no one can take that away as as my show i'm i decide his tendered up you are on the track for bill barnwell share guess and you have a lot of insight on the nba which i feel like i want to understand because there's so much happening i feel like we you know the lead the files ended and it was kind of anti collected playoffs it kinda was a little bit sour and then suddenly a tunnel news time trades twenty to rumors a lot of bizarre decisionmaking in some places in the nba let's start with a perhaps a logical trade i wonder what you think about at the top of the draft the truth i overall pick the celtics trade and of course with the sixers sent one four three and another firstround pick either the lakers taken twenty eighteen the king selection and twenty nineteen unsought start with that a price for you when you heard rumors are inklings up this might be in the works and that there is talk about the true pick be moved and how surprised for you and actually really happens.

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