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"I was able to actually see, you know, we were able to see Connecticut like getting in passing lanes and getting out and getting deflections out in the open court. You know, Vegas was throwing a lot of diagonal cross court passes and things like that that I think you know, you were ripping them for that during the street but Connecticut was able to pick them apart and be able to anticipate and that's all scouting report type of things. And we didn't get to see that necessarily a whole lot and game two, where Connecticut was able to just, again, take those turnovers and go out and convert them in the open court. And that's when Alyssa Thomas is at her best shout out to Alyssa Thomas first triple double in WNBA finals history. That was a phenomenal performance. I feel like we don't have the sound clip, but when someone makes that much of a story, like when Chelsea grave, she once found MVP and sets this record, Alyssa Thomas, when she does that, we need like that in the movies when a ray of light just comes like out of the clouds and shines like, you know, Connecticut was trying to do a lot of zone out of timeouts and just kind of really disrupt them. I think that Becky usually tries to draw something up in huddles when it comes out of timeouts or out of quarters. And so being able to keep them off balance, I think that way was just a really interesting adjustment that they were able to you that we were able to do. But yeah, dewana bought her on gray was huge. That was a her length and just what she was able to cause and to go back. I mean, wait a second. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, Rachel, you just dropped a gem, and then kind of like scurried away. Can you expand on from a coaching perspective for the listeners, like, look, Becky hammon, one coach of the year. She is exceptional at drawing up plays out of timeouts or 8s. And explain to me what doing a zone does that helps benefit the defense when someone's drawing up elite plays. Like, what's the benefit of that versus trying to stick to a man or something? Well, you know, it makes a team not be able to just find a rhythm, you know? And I think that Becky Hammond's really good at drawing things up in huddles and the aces are phenomenal at going out and executing. More times than not. So when you've kind of become accustomed to a little few possessions of man and you're getting used to that, then you come out and you just spent the entire time out drawing up a play against a man. And then your opponents in the zone, that really just throws you off. You start thinking more. Players kind of put the ball over their head and try to figure out, okay, well, okay, that we can't run what we wanted to run, because yes, you can run some sets against a zone, but you can't run it the same way at all. Then when you're planning against man, you know, depending on what the set is and what that looks like. It's just a completely different thing and that has to be kind of talked about and discussed. So I thought that was a really cool nugget of information and thing that Connecticut was able to do just to keep him off balance. But yeah, yeah, just a fun little fact. All right, sorry, continue. No, I think that Connecticut as a whole. They were able to be disruptive defensively, but dewana honor, you know, such an emotional energetic player on both ends of the floor. And like being able to contain Chelsea gray and cause those frustrations and picking your poison. I mean, you know, Jackie young is a phenomenal player. Someone's going to go off for Vegas. So who's that going to be? But when Jackie young has 22, it's a hell of a lot different than Chelsea gray having 22. In my opinion, in terms of energy and just what that looks like and that trickling down effect through the team. And that's not a knock on Jackie young. I'm just saying, the way Chelsea grace playing right now, being that conductor out there on the floor, I mean, you know, switch this around, Chelsea gray has 22 and Jack young has 11. Is this a different game, just in turn 100%? Because Rachel, I think that's the level of expertise that we've seen from Chelsea gray right now, which is she's she's hit that level that we see from the Candice Parker as the Asia Wilson's, the Briana Stewart's lifting the level of play of everyone around her. Jackie young, and this isn't like a rude comment or Jack young doesn't do that yet. She's not at that point. So I felt really encouraged by Connecticut, Becky, Hammond's quotes were fascinating about, you know, they just kicked our ass and every category. And if there was a, I forget if it was mental toughness category or toughness category they would have won that too, so. Oh. I mean, she didn't hold back. And
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"jack young" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"I don't know, but that's one thing that I would love to see is just a little bit more help behind. Elizabeth but, you know, you do have to leave it all out there. I think Alyssa guard her guard Chelsea 94 feet. Don't let her beat us. Yeah. I don't know if that's going to work. But you have to beat the mismatch because she's also the mismatch on the offensive end. Yes. She's the area where they have the most advantage in that big lineup. And she's not doing it. And you know, she had a post up, but I don't remember if they were able to get her the ball or if there was help coming. But I think that that lineup has to be out there because you're going, you have to go out on some terms. Yes. It seems like game three or four is gonna be where you go out. Yeah. I'd say go out with those four on the floor. And you have to. And you were talking about Alyssa Thomas and her ability to match up with Chelsea gray, right? In terms of strength, physicality, it's a great matchup. But Alyssa Thomas is also a great matchup on Wilson. So we need, you know, for Connecticut, do they need 5, 80s? Like they need 5. They absolutely need 5 unless it's almost. Never take a shot outside the paint. Oh God, Connecticut would love it. Right? But defensively. You know what I mean? Like defensively, Alyssa Thomas can guard multiple positions. And she's done a good job with forcing Asia Wilson to her right. She's done a good job, you know, making it rough for her muddying the paint up when Wilson gets the ball. But she's also a dog when it comes to getting up underneath and into Chelsea gray. And I think you saw that down the stretch, and this was after gray came back on the floor after her ankle, her left ankle rolled that she had and went to the locker room came back, went back into the game. But when Chelsea gray came back into the game, they had Jackie young running some point. I don't know if you saw that, right? So a couple of times, they had Chelsea as the top screener away in Connecticut. Yes. And their double stagger action. She was the first screener in that. Instead of being the one coming off with the ball in that. So who knows, again, what Chelsea gray and hopefully she's just fine and, you know, they're going to tape it up. And she's definitely playing, I'm not saying she's not going to play. But, you know, will they take some pressure off of Chelsea gray in that regard? Taking her off the ball. And letting Jackie young run some point guard. And I mean, when you have a player like gray, who can set solid screens, why not try that? And they did that. They executed so well. I don't know. That play is going to just ring in my head for days here now because I'm going to look for it again in game three, because it was just perfectly executed. They just baited Connecticut so well into the rotation that they wanted and found. Asia Wilson on her strong side on the weak side there, the left block, and she finished with her strong dominant left hand. So I don't know, for me, I just think I love the game so much, and I love the inner workings of it. And I do love the exynos, and I do appreciate it. So I don't want to throw it all out the window, but at the same time, you know, it comes down to bearing down. You got to bear down mentally and just fight for what you want. And show that passion. And it's okay to show that passion and frustration, right? When you have that passion and things aren't working out the way you want it to, you still have to fight hard, man. And that's what I want to see from Connecticut. And they've got to get buckets. They've got to get stops. And they've got to do a better job of containing the paint. Well, I think this whole part of the conversation assumes that the little things that we've talked about, those execution errors are not going to be there for Connecticut. The whole part of this discussion talking about the X and those relies on not having those mistakes and having to want to bond and make some shots. Those two things absolutely need to happen. If those two things can not happen, again, we're hanging out in Connecticut with the Las Vegas ace is going to have a party. But FaceTime me, FaceTime me if that happens, man. I'm going to be there until the wee hours of the morning regardless. I'm having fun. If that happens. If that happens, FaceTime even if you gotta go live if that happens here. Oh yeah, live from a. We'll talk about dude live. No, and I think he was just like another idea that popped into my head and again I'm on my Miami Heat fan, so just like bear with me. Throughout this season, the Miami Heat ran some zones where it was bam adebayo at the point of the attack. He was the, they run a very specific zone and I'm not sure kinetica has installed anything like this so this may not be, this may be a nonstarter altogether. But if you put a list of Thomas at the point of attack in a three three two match up zone, I think that could help just like stave off the onslaught of Chelsea gray without having to put Alyssa Thomas in a fully non health position. Right. Like you can get a lot more if you're able to just switch right before the elbow and have Alyssa pushing the attack out past the three point line. I again, this is not the time to install something new. If they have something that's like that and I haven't noticed that this year, but they may, I don't know. If they have something like that now is the time to whip it out because I think that could be really helpful to help the heat a lot because their guards were not that good at stopping penetration. So the person who's best is up in penetration is bam adebayo for them, it's Alyssa Thomas for Connecticut and then you get your two bigs down at the rim, better help position. You know, you might give up some corner threes, but hopefully those corner threes are going to players hand be in Jack young. If hamby and Jackie young beat you? Whatever, that is the way the cookie crumbles, at least you're not getting beat in the same exact way. So that's just like a bite that. Yeah, right? Yeah, yeah, put me in Kurt. Let's try to install this in on the charter flight. I guess let's move on. Last question. Is this series over in game three?
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"Who else are you going to get to? Like obviously yes, Jackie young. And this is I love Jack young's game have been played against her for a while. Good player. But you're correct in that she is like a third and fourth option now. So she's going to score her points at people forget about her. If there is so much attention going to Jack, if there's so much attention going to Chelsea and so much attention going to Asia. But at that point, when you're only guarding three main people, like, yo, you can guard that. You can defend that. It's really Kelsey plum. Well, if I'm Connecticut, I'm like, yo, Kelsey keep playing like this. 'cause we'll beat y'all. If Kelsey keeps playing like this, they will. I guarantee it. Derek, I'm not gonna make a difference. I can't do enough. To your original point that the son of feeling better, the aces know they can turn it on though. They know that they're going to hit shots. Do they? They had a single point quarter today. And they still won. They almost had two of those. So it's got to be 9 and 12, 12. 12 9 and 12. You still won the game. Barely. And you were in control pretty much the entire fourth quarter. I don't even know how to call it in control. Were we watching this? Yeah, they weren't in control. And not down towards the end. No, they were just like little mistakes. I think you're just anti Connecticut and carmella. He's a hater. He's a hater. But that's got to feel good to know that you played so bad. Do you want that? I'm telling you my honest opinion as a player. Like, yes, if you're a Connecticut, it sucks to lose the first one because the first one that you want to steal. But all I would say in the locker room is like, yo, listen, if we can continue playing defense like that and we can make sure that DB and Kourtney get shots and knock down shots and everybody else play the same. You are in a better shape than Vegas saying, bro, well, we got our two best players that are on fire right now, playing on fire. Kelsey plum is nowhere to be found. Guys, like it's hard to prey on people to make shots. You're right. You're right. And there's this numbers also the lowest of the season. Their lows assist total of the season problems. With 14, they had aged. I'm just saying that I think it's not going to be a breeze that everybody thinks is. I think this is a good matchup for Connecticut to muck some stuff up. But it's true though that as Vegas, you could also say what Dana said, I think both teams can come away with this with something positive. I just think there may be some more adjustments for Connecticut. Personally, I would love to see Alyssa Thomas on Chelsea gray. I didn't think that was going to happen because I thought we were having more stokes, Asia matchups. Lineups? I thought if that happens, that would be very interesting. I think I could change some of the series. But I think both teams can leave feeling decent. Couples therapy. Great points. I understand your feelings. I do. I have very lukewarm takes. All right, my hot take my hot take is Asian sweet whenever. So nice to say that Dan. Are we jumping into predictions? Yeah, let's do predictions. Shocker. So what's the line for game two? If you had to set it right now. We don't have to do this ice cream. I'm not paying for the 6 points. I'm 6 and a half, 6 points. I'm surprised you're still betting after the Chicago stuff. Oh my God. Hey, I bet on the under today. I will bet on the under again. It happened, and I literally said should I text him? I said, I'm gonna give him a second. Let me give him some time. Then we'll talk later. Also the U.S. open is me. Was Chicago in control of that game in the fourth quarter up a lot. A 100%. I said, no, they shocked the world. I think the sun shocked the world. Like that right there. Nobody believed it and the people on that staff that they were winning. I swear to you. Jesus Christ was helping out, you know? So do you think do you think the sun lost this game on purpose to ratchet up the disrespect? Can we get you in the Montage if they win game two? Oh my God. It's been a while since we've had a good kinetic sun disrespect Montage. I think they're waiting until they win a championship. If they were take this at Connecticut sun, the sun of frauds. Locked in, locked into the finals. I'm just kidding. I'm just kidding. No, but really sweep. Sweep it is. Okay. I don't think they cover in game two. But I will not be surprised at the aces come out and score a 110 and win by 25. All right. All right. Chicago couldn't do that. Chicago doesn't blow out teams. I'd be shocked if Vegas scored a 110 on this connect a team the way they're playing right now. Kelsey plum makes some shots like ice keeps complaining about. Yeah, that's not a lot. That's not a good thing. For the shots that she be taking, if she made 40%.
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"I had a I had a 8 front cup player who were in. And four who I had in the starters. So then the last two I'm picking from four again. I was in the same boat. I kept the backwards started as the guard starters were pretty easy for me to settle on for the front court starters. I went back and forth as I was writing down names multiple times. So should I give you my next four and we can argue over which ones might be in. Okay, the four I had after Alyssa Thomas Jones Wilson and Stuart were Candice Parker, Jackie young, because I had her in the front court. But you can't do. Just for the record. Okay. And Sylvia falls. Okay. So that's interesting. I didn't really seriously consider follows that much just because I think she's probably not going to be healthy to play in the game anyway. And it sounds like she might not be kind of my work assumption at this point. She probably not going to play again this season. Obviously, in terms of when she is healthy without question in this group. So my four were going to Parker the same. And then the other Connecticut player that we've alluded to, I had her ahead of both bonner and Thomas Brianna Jones. I think has been on a permanent basis. The second best sun player this season, I guess, I guess it was in the name of mismatch was the fourth player that I hadn't consideration here. And I had her written in for a while before eventually I scratched her out and I ended up going with the gu McCain Parker from this group. Oh man, it would be really cool if those two were on the same team. I actually I had me some in my starting group until you guys talked me out talk me down from the ledge of EDD starting. Because of the injury stuff. So I agree on that gets you. So we got Parker and Mecca for Kevin. What, which way which way should we go here? Let's go with neck up. Why is neck a starter for you, despite her team's performance so far this year? I mean, that's not something I pay any attention to, although obviously I didn't end up with a lot of players from bad teams because there's a reason that those teams aren't doing as well. I mean, she's been The Rock because she's the one player who stuck around in LA when there was the best exit is a couple of years ago. Saw two players, we've talked about is all star starters leave in the same off season. And it's just plain at his high level as ever, extremely efficient as a scorer, strong rebounder. For numbers are not that far off, I think, from John Cole Jones. This season. So that was kind of the key factor for me. What about you, Richard? Have you made your decision yet, listening to us? I mean, I'm happy to go with necker and Parker as the next two. Considering you can't vote for one of the players they've found. Telling me that young doesn't count. Yeah. It's not our rules. They set the rules up and I'm following them. They told me I can pick four and four guys and 6 front cut players. That's what I did. I mean, it will be interesting to see what they do with the coaches vote. If they're limited to those positions, I felt kind of obligated to stick with the positions they listed. Some coaches definitely just writing Jackie young in the forward. But do the coaches vote. The coaches don't vote for the starters. This gets pictures. Right. Well, in the reserves, they don't have a positional. No, it is. It's three guards forefront court and then four, you get four wild cards. So that makes up a significant part of the team. Oh, wow, I didn't realize I thought the coaches just pick whatever I want. 5 front court for wild cards, because those don't add up to 12. So we have three, you can only pick three guards, 5 front court, four wild cards. Correct. Wow. I did not know that I should have done a little research into what the coaches are doing. Because I just picked, I picked people whoever I want. I think I may have ended up with the right distribution though. Perhaps. I mean, it's so many wild cards. It's hard not to. It's not like the NBA ballots. It's for the reserves. It's four guards. Like 6 front court and then only two wild cards. You can get in trouble if there's a lot of deserving guards there. But harder in this format. Also, Jack young gets in as whatever. So I assume you can't vote for Jackie young Richard. You're good with Parker. Tell me about fouls because Kevin already explained about files. Why do you think it's not as important to consider the injury stuff? Well, it's kind of what we were saying right at the start in that Kevin is thinking more of a overview and I'm sort of saying right now she's played 12 or 16 games, which is pretty similar to the number of games that have been missed by a bunch of other players. So as of this minute, I think she's still in based on the performance of what we've seen so far this season. So I would, yeah, I would certainly have her on the roster. Whether she's a starter or not, you can argue over and then, yeah, then she would be replaced by somebody. Admittedly, it's hard internally for me to justify having Dylan on as a starter and not having fouls on the roster at all. I mean, we talk about games, but let her get.
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"Is any of this surprising to either of you, her production so far this year? I mean, part of it is just the increased minutes, but I saw her play obviously a lot at UW covered in some of her senior season and her ability to score at all three levels was really incredible. She braided his projected to the WNBA as one of the best draft picks in recent memory. And then, you know, she had that stretch and San Antonio in the even the first year in Vegas was really up and down. And it was like, is this ever going to happen? And comes back from the Achilles and puts it all together. And she's somehow been even better this year. So yes and no, I guess is the answer to is this surprising no from college, but yes, from her early WNBA career? Yeah, I mean, yeah. It's like we saw with digging Smith as well to a certain extent. Who had a very slow start as a pro, but sometimes it does just take a couple of years for players to sort it out at the next level. And I think it's maybe the slightly surprising part is that she's playing such heavy minutes and has the efficiency hasn't dropped off at all from last year when she won 6 women of the year. You would expect that at least there'd be some kind of diminishing returns, but it hasn't. Yet another player that we see peak at 27 28, assuming this is a peak. Which does happen over and over and over again. You look at the numbers and that comes up a lot. So this could be this year and next year or two could be the best we ever see from Kelsey plum, but she's been very, very good. Yeah, I mean, I'm with Kevin too, like it's not, it's not surprising. I kind of expected it. I just didn't expect her to get all of this opportunity, I guess, 'cause there are some, there are so many mouths to feed in Vegas, and the answer so far for Vegas is just feed everyone. And they kill people. Well, they're partly held by having absolutely no bench, so they've got 5 players to feed and that that's it. But that works well, it may work. We'll see what it's worked for now. Yeah, I mean, as long as the 5 stay healthy, you're fine. What's any of them don't? You start to get a little thin you see Theresa plays on to play in the three. So yeah, last thing on plum, I think she was helped by the three on three player as well, but it you have to be very direct and take responsibility in that version of the game because there aren't many people out there. You just have to produce the offense and take and be aggressive immediately. And yeah, she's taking that on into the 5 one 5. Yeah, and the other two players, Alicia, Alicia gray, and Jackie young who are on the perimeter from that team. Also seem to have that mentality as well. I mean, stuffed Olsen kind of plays the same way she always has. But that's fine. That works. So Kevin, could you rank your starting guards here? And I think Skylar was maybe the easiest colleges from that standpoint of she's been very good this season and very good forever. I mean, we talked about Kelsey plums development and Richard listed the past examples, including her. I mean, Sabrina is also had been okay last season coming back from the injury and we felt like, you know, she wasn't completely right physically the second half of the season. And I tweeted earlier in the year when she had that big opener. I'm buying the Sabrina breakthrough season. And then through two weeks, it was like three weeks. It was like, oh, well, I guess it's not going to be this year for Sabrina. And then all of a sudden, it is, and she's threatening a triple double every single game. So probably I guess Skylar Kelsey Sabrina of those top three and then slew was probably way more on her past performance. I don't think she's been quite at that level so far this season, but obviously has proven it over a long period of time in this league, including last year's title run. So van der sloot over who were the other who are the people that are really pushing advantage of sleep there. Jackie young and then Ryan Howard. Which is an interesting case as a rookie. Yeah. So I mean, the Ryan Howard thing was hard for me because I'm with you on the whole past experience thing like it's tough to ignore what van der sloot has done and especially coming off what should have been, well, in my opinion, it should have been a Finals MVP case in the finals last year. I think it weighs in, but man, I just really like where Ryan Howard's done. She was on my cut line too. And I had Jackie young actually ahead of van der sloot because of what I said earlier. So what pushed over the top other than that past performance? What this year has she done to kind of put herself in the conversation with Jackie? Yeah, I think that was the main thing and just Jack young Missy a couple of games lately was maybe a slight factor, but to me started versus reserve isn't a huge distinction since everybody's going to be in the game. I think slutes hurt to a certain extent with her all star resume because of the depth that Chicago now have. So you don't see the same level of raw numbers. That would have pushed her forward a couple of years ago because Parker takes away from her assists because so much.
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"There to say? Until that changes, right? Change that and then I'll change where I am with who is the MVP today. But I think Asia Wilson has just been magnificent. And you have to respect the winning that Las Vegas doing with her, being at her best. So that's where I am with her. I love it. She's balling out. Yeah, so the last two games, I'll just rehearse that line. So she on the 5th of June, she had 8 points on four of 11 shooting. She took it personally, that she had that bad of a game. Because the next game she comes out, she puts 35 points, 11 rebounds, two steals an assist and four blocks or a on the Los Angeles sparks who are not a small team. This is not one of those teams that is small. Just absolutely clobbered them. And then in the next game, just Ho hum, 25 points on 11 of 16 shooting, 5 rebounds, two steals yet again, an assist and four blocks. She has had 5 games now. One, two three, four, 5, 5 game, just 5 games now with four more blocks. As he magor has had four, I want to say, actually, maybe I'll look at the wrong stat. I'll redo that research. But as he and her are the only players that have even that many games with them any blocks. Like crazy amount of blocks, the way she's playing defense is outstanding. She's been everywhere she's been. She's found the way, which is really impressive. And I think this is the hardest thing to do as a dominant offensive player is figuring out a way to contribute on the defensive side without gassing yourself. It's hard to give that full effort on both ends. Right. And she's been able to do that. I think the reasons to be able to do this, you can become such a smart defender. So you're seeing angles a lot more. I think Becky Hammond's defense defensive mentality has also changed up what she's trying to do. So it is put her in a really great position, I think she's found a little bit more endurance, and she's found. She's gotten a little bit better, right? Like this is what the great players do. They just get a little bit better every year and then you look down, they're just absolutely dominating your team and you're like, how'd this happen? As well. She's just continuing to find ways to get better and understand this game more. That being said, I did want to get back to the MVP conversation because I said that I and she is my MVP. I'm not saying it isn't but. You know, I think it's, I think it's fair to say that her teammates have also taken a huge leap forward under Becky Hammond and that, you know, how much percentage of this are we giving all these wins? Are we giving two Asia Wilson rather than her teammates? It's still a lot, but is it more than, say, maybe a Brianna Stewart or maybe, you know, I don't know, I don't know who else do you want to put in this conversation maybe Jungkook Jones, right? Other players are kind of pushing the teams like, I don't know who which one of those players you want to go with because I don't know, Jack young and Kelsey plum have also had a little bit of MVP buzz, right? So it's like, I just wanted to throw that out there that maybe she's not? There's an argument against her being the MVP at the very least of the moment. I hear what you're saying, but I agree. And that's fine because that you still might. I agree. No, I agree that she's the MVP right now. Yeah, there's an argument that she's not, I guess. Hey, are we going to how much I don't like the best the best play on the best team? That to me is not like the most compelling argument for an MVP. Oh. I think it should be a little bit more holistic. Right? Because if she's the best player on the best team because she has, you know, someone feeding her the ball really well or great system, or she doesn't have to do as much, which is not what's happening here. It's not necessarily. There's an argument that she's not the MVP at the moment. And I think not for me, listen, I hear what you're saying, but I don't know. For me, it's holistic to have the best player on the best team be the MVP. That's just me. You know, I know there are so many other analytical factors that go into it. I think Jackie young right now has been magnificent, but I also think that she is up for most improved at the moment. And yeah, she's flirting with MVP, but I don't know. And going back to asa Wilson, I think the style of play that beckingham and has this team playing. It's not inside out. It's outside in. And I think that is afforded Wilson more spacing. So that she can go to work a little more effectively and efficiently inside. I think, you know, that's changed the way teams play defense against the Las Vegas aces. They're not focused on their paint prowess as much as they are about their pace of play. Number one, and their ability to knock down threes. So they haven't had that. With this aces team, but the fact that they do now has been really fun to watch, Becky Hammond just reformed that team and the philosophy on the offensive side. But they're tough defensively to so I'm not taking that away from them, but I think when you look at Las Vegas and what they've been able to do on the offensive side, I think that's really benefited Asia will. And her consistent play. It's a really easy argument to make for her being the MVP. She leads a league in the law categories. She's just been she's just been incredible and you know, I was trying to get out to you is like, I don't think this is like some sort of big leap. I think it's just, this is another step forward. There's threes are really nice. Let me see how many three she's taken. This year, she has taken 26 threes that would be more than the rest of her career combined by a lot. It's a difference maker. The trail three. She has taken 26 threes this year. She has taken 28 threes in her entire career. So this should work. This year counts for a lot of her threes. I'm not hitting them at a great number yet. 26.9%, 7 of 26, but just the threat, as you're mentioning, the threat of her getting the ball out there and being willing to shoot is so important. And then her ability to drive to is also just taking another mini step forward. And with that ability to at least pull to make people think you're going to shoot as just opened up the lane for her and she has been blowing by people she'll be giving people crossovers too, which she's done it before in the past was just happening with such consistency and from the three point line to, whereas I think under Bill, she was more at the elbows. So just that ability has been outstanding and her many steps forward just keep going..
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"jack young" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"Like, you know, I think she talked about her three on three experience how much, right? It changed the way she thought. And now she's just playing like, you know, all out all out all the time, like going fast, making decisions fast. She's turning the ball over a little bit, but I think you take that as a player on this team. And Jackie young's three point shooting has been incredible. Also, I just wanted to get this one style. I was looking this up while you were talking. So last year last year, Vegas three pointers made a 162 total. That was the last season. Last year. Okay. Through 8 games this year. 85 three partners made. Come on now, over halfway there. Shooting shooting the ball and to put a bow on the Jack young, she should be 50% from three. Come on, man. On a lot of reasons. That's like Katie Benson. 47% for her career at Marilyn. Anyway, I digress, but less than when you have a player like Jackie young, who is, I saw an article that said that she was being considered as in the MVP talk. We talk about that. What do you think about that? I know it's early, but I saw that article this morning. I was like, oh wow, you know, let's talk about that. So I think Alexa Alexa Philipp of ESPN wrote that front of the program. I don't think she's going to be the MVP. She's like, at the Tyra Banks, you're in the running to be the next top model. You're in the running. But the fact that she's being mentioned, I mean, what do you think about her at least being mentioned? Maybe not she's not the one, but maybe she, I mean, she's taking the jump from not being considered an MVP to being considered in the running for MVP. So what do you think about? I think she's she deserves a consideration she's been awesome. I think she and Alexa mentioned this. She's in the running for MIP. So most improved player, I think that is totally true. I do think eventually you're not going to have 50% of your threes, just like be a math, it's just not that feasible. But her defense has been incredible. And I think that's always been there for her. And now adding this other element to her game of shooting three is moving fast, making decisions, not having also to be the ball handler so much because Kelsey plum is doing more of the ball handling. I think what's happening is she's just in the role that makes the most sense for her. And because of the way the roster was set up and because of Bill laimbeer style last year, she wasn't. So yeah, I mean, I think she's the MVP now is not crazy. I don't think she will be at the end of the season because I think the MVP on this team is Asia Wilson if they want to go far, she's going to need to be the MVP. That part. But I don't think I don't think it's crazy. So what did you think about it? I mean, I was like, wow, like I hadn't considered it. So it made me think like, okay, look at her numbers. Like you said, 53, 50% from three. But I think she's just been that solid piece. And I think she's taken a couple of years to really get her competitive maturity at this level to be what the team needs. And maybe just maybe it's because Becky Hammond has the pace of play that suits her skill set a little bit better. And maybe that's why she's showing the way that she's showing and presenting herself in this manner. So I like it. I like to have the mental gymnastics of like, wow, I didn't see that coming, but okay, I see what you're saying. And that's kind of where I am with it. And I think if she can sustain that level of efficiency, especially from three, especially with people knowing that she is shooting that well from range, let's see what kind of defense has come her way as the year unfolds. And are you still efficient? You know, as we move beyond the all star break, like as we're pushing towards the playoffs, are you still that player? Who can knock in shots like that from range? And the other things that she's doing well too. But, I mean, I think that's most impressive that on the scouting report, it's like, yeah, we got to take three point shot away from her and she's banging them. I mean, that's respect to me, you know? And I mean, if you come out of the blue when you hit like four phantom threes, it's like, well, we didn't think they could do that. No, they know you can do that. And you're still not come in. So I always give a lot of respect to players who can operate without having a counter. Right. Right? Like you're operating in your gift without having to counter what your strength is and what the other team knows is your strength. Right? So I give a ton of respect to players who can still find a way to impact the game with their strengths. And I think Jackie young has been able to do that out of the gates. Yeah, and then one more thing on Jackie, I just obviously did a lot of research from Kelsey. Those two are playing together on most of the backup units. First off, love that Becky Hammond is just putting the starting lineup out there. The whole game. Like that lineup has played the most minutes of any lineup in the WNBA. Any 5 women line up in the NBA. I'm sure that will normalize out as the season goes on because they've been healthy the entire year and they've had everyone the entire year. Which is also huge. That's a big deal when you're looking at WNBA early season returns, like that is a very, very big deal of having everyone in there and healthy. But she's also pairing plumbing and young together a lot when they're not when it's not the full starter minutes. And those who have the highest offensive rating of any duo on the team right now. Wow. It's a great match and those two have the chemistry from that three on three experience and from playing together obviously with the ASUS for the last couple of years. But those two have that experience, you know, three on three, and I think it's really just like interesting to see how all of these players are taking those experiences from three on three from the Olympics from Jackie young playing in Australia. She's really grown her game there. You look at players that play that athletics unlimited. Athletes and limited excuse me. And it's been huge, right? Like I talked about Carrington for a second. That was big for her. So it's just interesting to see how everyone's coming back and upping their games from those experiences. Yeah, no doubt. And I mean, Natasha pot, I know she has said that that has changed her game and not just statistically or whatever, where she's second in the league and assists, but she has been able to really become more confident and aggressive, which we didn't think could happen because we always think of Natasha's big confident and aggressive, but she has really come into this season with a different level of confidence..
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"jack young" Discussed on Winsidr WNBA Show
"Know, like when you look at it from that perspective, I have to think at a certain point, I don't care if former players from the team are calling her the glue. If she's not producing, for sure. Find some different glue. Yes. Yes. If the glue ain't sticking, get some. The question is, you know, when do you make that call? Is it right now? Give it another game or two, yeah. I hear that. There's probably a percentage. I'm sure reeve has like the stats of whatever it is. On a positive note, these Las Vegas aces under Becky are just running, I mean, I ran a marathon and I'm exhausted looking at this team play basketball, only concern is the depth, their starters are playing right around 31 minutes in both games, even in game, even in game one, which was like a blowout against the mercury. What's your thought on the aces? Are you an all concerned about that? Do you think Becky has some genius plot to like super exercise them early in the season? So the team's ready, then ease in the reserves. And then they're, you know, I don't know. Is this like some genius plan to get their legs under themselves? I can't speak to that, but what I can say is it's one thing to hang a 108 up against. Phoenix. Which I have serious concerns there about their ability to get stops. It's another, you know, to have that type of offensive production against Seattle in my mind. You know, at least the Seattle with the pieces that we know that it can be. So, I mean, I agree. I agree. I mean, really, really impressive, like what they are doing offensively. I love the pace, like I'm tired thinking about it, just like you. I love the three ball game. I think Jack young looks phenomenal. I think even though Kelsey young had a Kelsey plum, had a rough shooting night, still finds ways to manufacture points, gets herself to the free throw one 7 assists. I mean, and then you throw an Asia Wilson Derek handy, combined for like 34 rebounds and 30. I mean, it was just unbelievable. The amount of dominance they didn't just show from an offensive standpoint, but they were so good defensively too. Again, my biggest concern, all those 5 starters played 34 plus minutes Sunday Night. I think the bench, you know, it was like, I'm drastic drop off. And they were a little more balanced than game one against Phoenix. I think you throw a quanta Williams in there. That obviously helps the depth in some ways. But yeah, that's going to be the biggest concern with Las Vegas is, all right, who else on this bench outside of Rakhine is going to, you know, kind of be able to implement and give us give us something. Is it Kirsten bell? Is it going to be plaisance? I don't know. It was just a little bit concerning to see some of those minutes on Sunday Night. Yeah, I will say I have high hopes for place aunts. I think now that she's healthier, she looks much more like the player that, you know, we expected her to be in that her career is projecting towards. Another player I want to talk about who had a showing in his looked, look, you know, Ryan Howard had a great opening game. There's been multiple rookies. In fact, a tweet of this out, I don't remember a rookie class that was so impactful in opening weekend in a very long time. Destiny Henderson. Henny, going off. I mean, one, just fun. In the poise, right? Like that's what that's what I want to talk about, Rachel. She looked like a vet. Well, and that's the thing. And just completely and she always has kind of a stoic face, right? Like, doesn't show a lot of emotion. She just stays level. And I think that's part of what makes henny so fascinating is, I mean, and we could talk about this with several of the rookies from Shakira Austin, and Alyssa Smith, to Ron Howard, to destiny Henderson. Those are the ones that come to mind as just the level of I belong here. You know, and it's not like a burden burden too. Sure. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. On defense. It's not like we're faking this to make it. There is a true like we belong in this moment. We belong at the table and we're here and we're going to do what we do. We're confident. Yeah, it was a really unique level of confidence. I mean, outside of the super, superstars, I'm not sure we've seen in a while in a rookie class. And so that was really, really fun to watch. And Henderson, you know, kind of a little bit similar to like a Dana Evans almost like, right? Like a lot of people thought, oh, going to go earlier in the first round and kind of fell to that second. And now showcasing what they're capable of. I think this is a great example of it doesn't necessarily, this sounds bad, but isn't necessarily slap in the face. If your player, your favorite player, falls in the second round. So many times this draft has to do with need and even just a bit of a gamble with a certain player. A player like Maya halling shed, who was waived from Las Vegas. So really, really impressed with those rookies in particular and Henderson played great. I mean, she was she's exactly what Indiana needs from a poised point guard who can facilitate the offense while still being a threat offensively themselves. Oh, last player that we have to talk about real quick, just a shout out. We're not going to dive into this, but Natasha cloud. Wow. She spoke it and she talked the talk. She's walking the walk. So fun to see that because Rachel, we've been talking about this for years. I mean, we had her on the podcast years.
"jack young" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"That just is untapped. But i don't think he's gonna with the lineup the way it is in the offensive. You know power around him. I don't think he's going to like knock. Anybody socks off offensively. But i think he's gonna only get better defensively and then Just expand his game a little bit offensive. But i don't expect like a major jump that way So he's probably only gonna average max of like ten points a game but i think that's all you really need for him. If the other guys are playing. Yeah no i agree. I think Like i like kinda measures top lake. I think he's just going to be more like all right. What can you do off off the balanced tacking close. Actually like had like a decent like he could do one or two gerbils and get into a two amid ranger new solid from there like it wasn't really amazing considering what he was a rookie like i was impressed with some of the stuff he did there like. Is this going to be more of like okay. Does added strength. Help him a little bit shooting from the break because fuel sometimes he's putting a lot of a lot of arms into a shot to get it going from above the break Th that's like stuff. That i think is just gonna come along and as he develops and you just wanna see okay. It's like some developmental reps with the bench. Like i think that's what we can see too but Action to you. I walked the. You don't realize how big jade mcdaniels is until you walk passing at summer league. I walked past his brother like holy shit is like just all limbs tallest faulk lake it. He's i think he's a toss player on the team. I think he's taller than karl. Anthony towns by like. I was just a hair but he the thing with jaden is i think he grew like i think he said media day he grew an enter to Which is crazy. 'cause he's just huge and i think he put on a little bit of muscle to maybe ten pounds. He doesn't really have the frame to get like jacked young but a little bit more muscle. When hurt him. i don't think he's going to slow down Defensively moving his feet and lateral quickness. Things like that but yeah he's i've never said next to him but the said the same thing you did like he's a big dude like obviously skinny but like he just a tree just standing up next to you so yeah. I think that part is kind of cool to think about your small forward being like six foot. Ten or lemon is kind of like the kevin durant idea Don't take that content giving. I'm saying that's kind of a match of problem if you get some more offensive scale under his belt..
"jack young" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Fat sweaty guy and sea hunt flipping through some of the stuff and way down here. Nineteen seventy is a movie called up your teddy bear. i had to click on it. It's a comedy fantasy romance. I'm sorry. I'm not going to talk about a much. Thank you a toy store employee. Who's hobbies include making wooden toys and stalking women. That's how it seems you can see that and that has For some reason. I got on julie newmar and i don't how she is the toy company director julie newmar. I'd like to get on you where she's passed away. I'm sorry she is not she's still alive really yeah she is eighty seven eighty eight and i just flipped through a bunch of her stuff and i said i was gonna make this short longer. I'm not going to nineteen eighty-five julie. Newmar was in a movie called evils of the night and it sounds great. Vacationing teens are systematically kidnapped and taken to a strange rural hospital. Run by a mysterious group that needs their blood and buried the league. There in realize there's gonna be blood leading this has neville brand right aldo. Ray oh loving. Tina louise okay. John kerry yet again and he's everywhere they just like ship him two different sets and it's like unblocks him in giving some brandy or something. He just ab- snack on during the shipment. Yup but this is the one that i would I think i'm gonna be interested in checking out sometime. It looks like the millennium falcon is on the cubs. Haven't we watched something else. That was there was just stay very clear. Rip off of the millennium falcon all right. So that's all i wanted to say. Those were all my notes. That i had a lot more stuff but that remember what we were talking about. I just took you down. Jack young now. Yeah okay shit. Yeah we talk about the the cover for the evil is pretty good. Yeah i think..
"jack young" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Probably seventies movie that i thought i thought it was called this but it was pirates. You know and I remember seeing like the laser disc for an always on to see it. That's that is neither here or there. he did the makeup effects for ben remember ban about The michael jackson song. I did not realize that. Ben was that own nineteen seventy two and talks about you know kind of being a direct ripoff of willard. I thought they were sequels or something. I thought they were connected somehow are they. Willard was nineteen seventy one. I didn't realize that was so donald. I have not seen either one of those in all my god. Not fred willard Willard nineteen seventy one was based on the book. Rat man's notebooks by stephen gilbert. This sequel only uses the character. Bend the rat as the new story original screenplay i did not realize that they were sequels. Yeah hatton willard has a ton of people in it bruce. Davison the guy that melts in that x. Men movie Elsa lancaster who is bride of frankenstein. Sandra law whose clint eastwood's wife ernest or nines. Giant face. I'm i feel like a complete moron. Well though it says here in the trivia for ben that Donny osmond was offered to do the song for ben and it was a michael jackson. Meredith baxter is ben right before she was a bernie. Yup free bernie. Jack young also did the. I had to look this up. And he did the special effects makeup for shanks okay and i was like okay. This shank sounds interesting On mute puppeteer boy uses a deceased scientists. Invention to control. Dead bodies like puppets. Don't care for it. Starring marcel marceau. No thank you go my god don california's in there too. By the way. If someone handed that to me on a plate i would just gently but firmly. Push it away from me and say no no. I will not say shanks but no shame. Oh rather you did. You finally carry wouldn't have pot snead. A toilet flushing after the last thing. That jackie on makeup for was used cars. Am i like forgetting a huge. Like action sequence. That happens in that movie. I guess. I maybe we need to see it again. I don't remember. He did the makeup and prosthetic makeup. Four the evil nineteen seventy eight. I keep bringing this up zelic. Boris karloff for was richard crna. I'm thinking the terror records. And i looked up the evil again. I don't know why. But i had to click on victor bul know who plays the devil in his picture on here. You're like he does not look like a devil. What do i know him. victor bronco. He played fat man and beneath the planet of the eight zero. How derogatory is adam. Like you couldn't make me one of the a ride a fat. We're all kinds of big in these suits..
"jack young" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Spring link on the website for even more awesome merge. Thank you for your support now on with the show. I had a whole list of notes For today's show of a trail that i went down before we started the podcast. Okay i have hit zero points on the down that liz nine of your bullet points have been exactly. I feel like that's probably my fault. I can blame it on. Weei noodled around on police academy for several minutes. Let me talk about this real quick. And i'll just go. I'll go there really quick. Okay i just thought it was kind of interesting Roger corman was listed as distribution producer. On the brood. Okay because well we knew that david cronenberg when he was having trouble trying to get his movies made you know he did go to. La was trying to tie shop it around get things made. Yeah and i think he went to talk to roger cormon and so i think i made kind of a connection there and the maybe they kept their relationship going so yeah for the makeup department. We did not talk about the makeup department for the brood. jack young is in the makeup department. I'm jack young's been around for little bit He was in the makeup department for apocalypse. Now okay walking tall wizard of oz gay. So he's been around for a long time then had a whole lot of stuff The cyclops nineteen fifty seven Which sounded pretty interesting right. Cheney junior. I don't remember seeing that but the picture of the cyclops is pretty terrifying. I would love to have a Now that poster. Yeah oh. It's a bird i gordon movies. So it's like for sure Like camera tricks and like the Will those like projected because he did the food of the gods empire the aunt anything with a giant in sect or animal and he was that was his schick awesome. That'll take you down a little bit. Well i looked at skulduggery nineteen seventy. Oh my god. I need to look at that. So that's that's on his Special effects credit for yes and skulduggery res. The missing link is bound on a safari in new. Guinea is a human or animal done more. Which is it actually says. Dunton done so that. Has burt rental mom from webster. Okay susan clark. And i was like. Oh my gosh susan clark in webster had christopher walk ins hair from the dead zone so it all comes back. I have not seen this nineteen seventy skulduggery. It does not look good. I'll just go and say looks mall. There is a movie from back in the day..
"jack young" Discussed on Houston Matters
"Comments. That don't fully understand what the issue is sure. And actually there's i would argue that it's the other side of this as well. There's some research that shows. How lots of this common sections sometimes can conserve as corrections to the stories. Because of course if you think about this in that crowd sourcing approach if you are one journals working story. It's impossible for you to really interview. Everybody right so to speak and get all facts and again. I'm trying to be optimistic finding the good side. That's silver lining on this and so there are cases when you are published a story but then people who know more about this they come in and correct the story and lots of times. These comments actually have led to corrections in the newspaper that has been published. And i think that's really the value so it's like similar to for some of those letters. Sometimes those letters also corrected news stories. Your bags iran corrections than where posted a week later or two weeks later but now we have the technology to really do it in real time almost and this is the very very important for the credibility of the news media. It's important to have transparency process of how you collect the data and you are inclusive but also it's important to really this show that you are listen to your your audiences and then taking incarceration as well their suggestions especially when they make sense. Of course there are kisses when the facts may be done really. You know whatever it is provided. It's not it's not true but also be transparent you know engage. That's what i'm saying. Engage in conversation with people. And then say well. We've did extra message you said. We couldn't find any any way to verify so this way you validate your readers at the same time as created transparency process transparency in the way is collected and that really is very very important for the news media in terms of building and maintaining that credibility. Which now it's like and there's lots of problems with trust in us media. That's linda semi and associate professor of communication at the university of houston. We spoke in two thousand nineteen still to come. It's hard to imagine but people used to live in houston without air conditioning. The history of a c in the bayou city is huston. Matters continues a century ago in houston. There was no air conditioning can be kind of hard to imagine living in a climate like this without it but in two thousand fifteen or four producer. Page phelps reported on the role played shaping. The houston area would become estonians. August is looming. Just the thought of it makes one wanna grab a kerchief a fan and a cool glass of lemonade. Or at least that's what you ends of. The past would have done before air conditioning. It's too hot too hot these days. We'll just crank that machine down and create a comfortable icebox for as long as we want. But it doesn't change the fact that outside our doors a human swamp that is now a major metropolitan city due in no small part to a sink. One thing you really see when you start looking for it in the historic photos even really upscale fancy department. Stores like saka wits in the twenties and thirties they just had oscillating fans that was it so even the elite in the city. Hot heat and humidity was something that everybody shared in. Houston that was david. Bush deputy director for preservation. Houston i brought him into talk about how. Ac changed houston architecturally economically and irreversibly. What are some of the players that come to mind when you think of like a sultry southern play well your most iconic is and all that tennessee williams stuff plays called cat on a hot tin roof and magazine and she wants a bo brick to come show us some affection and his response is pretty much. It's too hot honey. it's too hot. And that was jack young head of the professional actor training program at uh. I brought him in to help me. Imagine a time full of hot sweaty. And if they're anything. Like i am. When i can't cool down cranky people and how that was muir in theater and film for instance. Well horton foote just plays in the outside areas and people look at houston as the big city of the place. That's very hot and in trip to bountiful. The mom wants to go back to the quiet and the cool of the country instead of being in the heat of the city. Sure you're right. The i wanna go home living there. We have to use certain. I can't stay any. I wanna go home a a book. Energy metropolis and environmental history of houston has an entire chapter on air conditioning by robert s. thompson. He writes hot. Weather was necessary for cotton rice but the slow pace and traditional mores associated with the southern climate. Where a challenge for houston's oil and commerce boosters commerce in houston in the summer in the twenties thirties and forties. did it shut down. There's a chamber of commerce magazine if you haven't seen it. It's really great. David bush again and in the twenties and thirties and forties it talks about the mid summer slowdown in the economy. And so it. It obviously had an effect i mean. Let's face it. The fact that houston was ever heavily populated pre. Ac is really a miracle. Never forget the founding allen brothers and i quote from the houston chronicle trumped up godforsaken pestilential swamp into the texas and promised land. We take air conditioning for granted. And you don't think it really needs to be explained that much or that you'd have to convince people that it's really a good thing living in houston that it would be cool in the summer instead of miserably. Humid and hot. You know who didn't take for granted the houston chamber of commerce. They launched an ac campaign to get more and more houston's to sign up for the new fangled service hoping to expand the city. The chamber of commerce really cared about air conditioning. Every summer their one of their magazine issues was just about air conditioning. I mean the cover was about air conditioning. All the ads are about air conditioning. The articles were about air conditioning and they were basic things like what is air air-conditioning maybe it was because people didn't really understand what air conditioning was theaters were among the first buildings that were air conditioned and it wasn't just movie theaters. It was vaudeville theatres as well although they weren't really air conditioned they had something called air washing where there was ventilation system and it would pump air through misty water and cool it. Would it would go out into the theaters and in the summer actually in the summer. Most theaters closed because it was so hot but some of them stayed open. And they used ice tubs and they would pumped air over ice and tubs. So it just doesn't sound pleasant. I mean you. You've got houston's humidity and you're pumping either misty air or damp cold air out out into the theaters. The majestic and the texan were the first two theaters in houston that had real air conditioning. What we would call air conditioning. And that was nineteen twenty three then by nineteen twenty seven when the low state opened. They even heads zoned air conditioning. Where it was a little bit cooler when you stepped into the lobby from the street and then when you moved into the auditorium it was the coolest of all it was seventy eight degrees that was considered the standard good temperature for theater. That's how they were able to get people into the movie theaters. It wasn't come. Watch the movie. It was come. Sit in the cool of the dark of the afternoon jack. Young when you're usually sweltered and just hoping for any kind of shade and all. That's the great rise in the.
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"jack young" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Like new agent care mclaughlin. This year how different is it and Do you miss richard to pass wandering around here Yeah we'll reach. Reach is wonderful bersin. He's he teach me a lot of gustav. I really miss him a lot. He's like my family but he leave me with with a good hand. Karen and i'm so so glad to be with hand. He's like bottled my family. Well we doing gray so everything is great when you were growing up in panama blended you think i'm going to be a jackie. Was that early on your family into it. How'd you get into being jack. Young early on when i was there we used to ray horses and history and feeling like one day. I really wanna ray racing. But i was a little scared because or whether we don't have tv so we don't know how how racy was either. Races was industry in panama. So so. I got no idea when when i came to track in panama and i see the races that was. That was my everything. Yeah better than the street. I guess what street race in like. Yes we raised like running the industry late with it cars going. That's where you used to race. It was pretty your but now we hear so we so glad to hear yeah. You've come a long way from street racing in panama saratoga and it's an amazing journey is really grateful to we hear when when you came to america. And what was that. Like to big big. I mean you wrote in panama. Guess first and then came to america. What was that like. Had to be a big big opportunity. But a big risk right. Yeah it was big beat opportunity for me. That was my dream to come to america. And now they when i i roll my my first horse in florida the best thing ever and well we. It was not easy when we started. It was pretty tough. Like i know a lot of jockeys how but after the hour we will start doing gray and people you know given the opportunity and horses and well. We're here now. So we so blessed to here and he started. Call it or what was it like. It called him. And you've kind of got caught. Who's a trainer. Help you out or who's of been influential. Yeah i remember Billy way is to help me used to my alien. was peter. ripe. Time and marty wilson worst their kids you know he me a good horses to get going. And after the you were aiding and that was when we we Do the record in color so we did pretty gray so we we're so blessed and then moved to new york talked me through. That had to be a big move to try new york. Yeah it was a big move and being put me with Richard the passing reach bream into new york and it was was a little bit tough new york. The beer beer deal you know and but we told there and we start winning races. So that's all that's in this game. That's all the matters right and it was a moment when you got to new york. You'd think wow. I can make it here was raised or hoarser trainer that you said wow i'm gonna i'm gonna be at a make it here. Yeah it was We started working pretty hard every day. Join off to. The truck tried to hustling horses. And and then we we start doing gray and people give me poor -tunities and i remember i. First year we came to sarah. We win the travel. It was a big big stove happened to us. And now you know. More people know us and they give more opportunity louis. We'll take charge. Take me through that moment when you win. The traverse set had to be made from a kid panama racing in the streets to win the traverse had to be Some home at some experience. Oh yeah it was a big moment when we win the travel of course The coach when luke. Gimme gimme the opportunity. I remember i. I really like over and over. Try to see if we can win. The roy thing. We'll we'll dying. We we get win..
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"jack young" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"It. Of course, he could stop it. If you chose to. And of course, the president should confront him on this. But he's not going to That's my bet. They're going to have a press conference. No, they're not actually because Biden doesn't want to say an untruth and then Have Putin correct him on the spot. Biden wants to be able to come to the microphone by himself and say whatever untruth he is going to say about what happened in the meeting. Without Putin, standing next to him say we never talked about that. No, that's that's not correct, Mr President. That's not what I said. He does not want that to happen. His staff doesn't want that to happen and staff by the way, it's just unsure as to what Mr Biden is going to say the last couple of days of the G seven and then, of course at NATO give them a fair reason for Concern. As to what the former vice president now president is going to say he's weary. He's old. He's tired. And he gets confused very easily. And he is a liar. All those things are I'm sorry. It's mean to call him a liar. Alright, coming up in a couple minutes. We have the joke coming up and I'll give you yet Another example of other guy lies with no sense of conscience about it whatsoever. He lies so often and so frequently and so long That he is victim of the lie himself. He eventually comes to believe the lie is truth because he's been saying that lie for so long and gotten away with it. And even when he's called on lies, he continues to tell the lies. Because he didn't think anybody's going to call him on it. It's 9 30 on wcbm. Now keeping you connected with the latest views. This is talk radio 6 80 wcbm and wcbm. Com. Good morning, It's 9 30. I'm Michael Filippelli in the 6 80 Wcbm Maryland News Center with the headlines in the news this hour. Governor Hogan telling Baltimore City leaders to step up against the recent string of violence and Fells Point. Hogan was asked at the coronavirus news conference about the uptick in violence there, the governor said. Additional actions need to be taken because what they've been doing is obviously not working well, Hogan said. People need to be arrested for violating laws, but that's not something the city is willing to do. The Baltimore City Public Works Department announced it will begin removing graffiti from both residential and commercial private properties starting July 5th. The city previously removed the unsightly artwork on private properties. Until then, Mayor Jack Young eliminated the service as a cost saving measure. It's expected to be business as usual today for Southwest Airlines Have B W E. Marshall Airport. Airline had intermittent performance issues with its network impacting a number of flights yesterday afternoon that caused the FAA to issue a nationwide temporary ground stop. The problem did not impact other airlines into or out of BW are the U. S. Geological Survey says People should stop feeding birds for now, while scientists determine why hundreds have been blinded and killed in the mid Atlantic region since late May. Wildlife managers in Maryland, D C. Virginia and West Virginia, receiving an increasing number of reports about sick and dying birds. Environmental agencies recommend avoiding the handling of birds, keeping pets away from them and cleaning feeders with bleach. Wcbm news time 9 31 Sports and the Weather Channel forecast Next you have a house that you need to sell, but not sure how to go about it. Hey, I'm Joe Hartmann, owner of Perry Hall Investment Group were local and family operated. We bought hundreds of properties from people just like you. We pay top dollar. And as this condition and best of all, there are no closing costs for real estate commissions to pay. Our process is very simple. Would chat.
KNBR The Sports Leader
"jack young" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Goff very well and Dan Campbell. Wine's new head coach also looked at south as somebody they wanted. So the Rams get the quarterback. They want to plan to Chamakh. Take the Lions get a quarterback today? No well to take over from Matthew Stafford. And they now will have double ones after this year in each of the next two years, not to mention the third round pick in this year's draft. Yeah, I feel like I just heard that Yeah. The same cut. Nice cut sheet. There we go. Anyway. Point being is that the Rams are like we don't care. We got our guy, right? You know what I mean? At that point, it's It's some kind, and they've been living without a first round pick since 2016. And they still found guys like Cam Acres and Cooper Cup and all the kind of guys that have made them the team they are. I'm definitely curious to see like how much better this makes the Rams to like. I wonder if this is if this is enough Now they beat the Packers in a playoff game. Maybe, you know, like it's gonna be interested. The Niners have owned the Rams Roundem. Now the question is, too. There's two major factors now that are gone. One is Robert Sala. He had he had the Rams figured out and then too, was Derek Khan couldn't perform against the Niners, right? So, by the way, is funny. My buddy Steve Ellen, great sports writer who's a big brands fan, and, you know he always checks in with me and Niners Rams robbery stuff. And he said he's very happy about the move. And I said back to him, I said Marin County Kid winds up in Detroit. Ouch and he writes back. Yeah, he played more like Cheech Maren this season is what he said. I said funny, actually, boy, the top on God, man, I know, right. So anyway, boy, that kid like we said, looking out the window when the when the plane lands in Detroit and seeing that ice Yeah, Yeah, At least from a year. It's just not gonna be think God had a nice setup in the Hollywood hills I would imagine. So you're starting quarterback for the Los Angeles Rams. Man was in a Super Bowl a couple of years ago. That's Warren Beatty territory. That's Jack Young Bloods neighborhood. Now you see Angie Dickinson's coming over young Bloods probably got to show him around town. You know what I mean? When he first got there, Let me show you where to go, kid. Let's get totally. We're gonna show you my Los Angeles We're gonna go see the Eddie Van Halen. Miller. Marilyn, we're gonna see the and then we're gonna go Vile show. I'm gonna go show you where used to hang out, man. Margarets pool house. You know what I mean? Where? The cabana Whatever they call that there? Yeah. What do you got? Detroit now for in terms of and Margaret Schoolhouse. What's in Detroit? Do it. I mean, Bob Seger's nanny's house. Maybe. I mean, that's about it because we're Bob Seger's nanny lives You want to see Not really. Mike drop. All right. Total weekend. We got homes and both power hour starts next home. Baby's Bum Babies winners losers Monday morning tradition. Candy are one of 45 and six Eddie the Sports. You're listeningto Murph in Mac available Now on your Google home. Smart Speaker. This is K NPR 1045 and 6 80 these sports leader. Ladies and gentlemen, Welcome to Super Week. Congratulations on bringing home the Vincent Party drug lead to the city of to the city of this Will the goat in the Bucks win the first ever home town party for the Lombardi or will the.
WCBM 680 AM
"jack young" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Britain has begun dispensing the second vaccine in its Arsenal in India, the world's second most populous country has authorized its first shots. In the U. S. Meanwhile, government officials say that the pace of vaccinations has accelerated markedly after a disappointingly slow start. Plastic bags are being banned in Baltimore later this month, starting a week from this Wednesday on January 13th businesses around the city must stop giving out plastic bags and start charging people for the other types of bags. This move is part of the Comprehensive Bag Reduction Act. Fine by then Mayor Jack Young last year. A 61 year old Baltimore resident arrested and charged with the New Year's Eve shooting near Lexington Market. Police spotted Ronald Williamson discarding a handgun near the scene. The 52 year old victim remains hospitalized in serious condition. No motive has been established in the crime. 47 year old Rosedale Man faces charges in the Saturday afternoon stabbing of a 21 year old man outside of his some terror avenue home. James John March, Steiner faces multiple charges. The victim remains in serious condition in downtown Baltimore. 44 degrees on Michael Phillip L e. 6 80 Wcbm Rod Borowy here with Safe retirement solutions. What's with all this volatility in the markets? How are you dealing with all this? Let me ask you. Are you okay with losing 20 or 30% of what you've saved to Wall Street every time the markets take a hit. How would you like a strategy that will never lose money again? Wouldn't you be further ahead if you didn't lose 20 or 30% of your money? Every 68 years when the markets take it? What if instead of losing, you could actually take advantage of all this? Would that be a better strategy than one offered by Wall Street that most people are using?.
Trump observes Memorial Day with two visits
"Carlson president trump has booked back to back Memorial Day appearances today amid the corona virus pandemic he plans to participate in a wreath laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery today afterwards will head to Baltimore to speak at fort McHenry national monument that's where the star spangled banner was written but Baltimore's mayor is unhappy about trump's visit saying it sets a bad example when many residents have been told to limit travel mayor Bernard C. Jack young also says the city can't afford the cost of a presidential visit when city revenue is declining because of the
Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot
Baltimore City Council Asks Mayor To Require Face Coverings In Public
"Former city council oppressing them areas that require all residents to wear face covering when they go out in public to help limit the spread of the flu flu the council unanimously passed a resolution calling for America Jack young to issue an executive order mandating that everyone who goes out in public it doesn't matter where you're going out for a walk you're going to the store you go to the pharmacy whatever the case may be that you have to wear some kind of facial covering when you leave your home or doing in prince George's county the doing of Montgomery County they're doing it now in the Washington DC metro understand is is contemplating the same thing city council president Brandon Scott who introduced the resolution said that the bald or needs to fall the suit of these other counties and metro systems we are putting the lives of our citizens the last he was working out supermarkets who are doing the work that is allowing us to have some sense of normalcy at risk no no one former resident Melissa Alston said well why not they can only help I mean they're hot and uncomfortable but I mean so the hospital
Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot
COVID-19's effects in Maryland
"Vice president of Bryant's of all is donating food to the restaurant that serves some of those restaurants can give it to employees free of charge there's a lot of restaurants who supported us over the years and there's a lot of great employees out there that need to feed their families they are now of a small foods rather as an independent wholesale distributor fourteen hundred restaurants they serve a Maryland orange six hundred of them are in the Baltimore area nine Marylanders who were quarantined above the grand princess cruise ship or not back in their homes of that other airman they were brought home by the reserve in the airman brought food and essential supplies to allow those individuals are too self quarantine for at least the next two weeks Burroughs first quarter death has occurred the prisoner died in prince George's county resident in his sixties who suffer from an underlying medical condition Baltimore city now under a state of emergency because of the coronavirus mayor Jack young issued the order yesterday and will be in place for at least
Maryland - Baltimore mayor: Amid coronavirus crisis, criminals should 'put down the guns'
"Baltimore mayor Jack young urged residents to put down their guns and he'd orders to stay home after multiple people were shot Tuesday night amidst the corona virus pandemic young said hospital beds are needed to treat positive Colbert nineteen patients and not for senseless violence seven people were shot Tuesday night in the Madison park
Police seek suspects in double Baltimore murder this past weekend
"Baltimore police looking for the suspect who killed two women business owners over the weekend thirty six year old Carmen Rodriguez shot and killed Sunday evening inside Kim deli and grocery in the southeast district six blocks away from north Milton Avenue salon where the owner twenty one year old destiny Harrison was fatally shot in the head Saturday they're been three hundred thirty eight homicides in Baltimore so far this year a significant increase from last year's three hundred nine total just over the weekend eighteen people were shot three were killed mayor Jack young called the violence unacceptable saying people in the community need to come forward with information to the police to bring the suspects to
Baltimore mayor submits resignation amid investigations
"After ex-mayor, Catherine pews rapid collapse amid multiple public corruption investigations Baltimore quickly shifting into a new era with mayor Jack young at the helm young as a fellow democrat and longtime leader of the city council who automatically replaced Pugh after her resignation Thursday afternoon. Young says he's focused on reducing eye-popping rates violent crime and tidying up the city's