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Hubble Telescope: The Story of Edwin Hubble

The Past and the Curious

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

Hubble Telescope: The Story of Edwin Hubble

"Dr james naismith is said to heaven. Dented the game of basketball in massachusetts in eighteen. Ninety one the next year not far away in connecticut. Another sport took a big leap forward. When a man named pudge heffelfinger became the first person to officially get paid actual money to play for an american football team. Soon after mr pudge heffelfinger somewhat stardom as the first professional athlete each of these sports grew in popularity on college campuses but while football grew in popularity it also grew violent by the early nineteen hundreds. There were so many gruesome injuries and worse that it was almost banned entirely president. Teddy roosevelt door. All right sir. Theodore roosevelt had to get involved schools. Were canceling their programs. And more importantly mothers would not let their kids play the game. One of these. Nay saying moms was virginia hubble. She pleaded with her son. Edwin powell hubble not to run basically helmet lewis at full speed and to also basically looks heads of other college students. He listened to his mom and when he graduated. He hung up his dinky non protective helmet. This is a good thing because he was carrying around. What would be one of the most brilliant minds of the twentieth century and has had. He didn't need to go smashing that incredible brain into the rock hard cranium. Curiously oh mama. Hubble didn't make him stop. Boxing apparently edwin was a really great boxer and he continued his pugilist pursuit through college but when edwin hubble enrolled in school at the university of chicago he was planning to honor his father's wishes and be a lawyer. Lawyering wasn't really what made his heart thing. What did make his heart sing. Or the stars in the sky

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"james naismith" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"james naismith" Discussed on AP News

"News agency quoted an unidentified central bank official as saying the move doesn't indicate a large scale government stimulus program ruling out the possibility of a flood like flow of fresh money the death of former NBA commissioner David stern has current players talking about his impact on the sport Lakers forward lebron James says start is up there is one of the most important people in pro basketball history the better part of those we lost great visionary I thank him and Dr James Naismith first to a most porn people for a game of basketball I was the doctor Naismith because he created to the game and then David his vision his vision to make this game global star took over the league in nineteen eighty four bringing big change that included drug testing the salary cap and a dress code wizards guard Bradley Beal says he admired stern's vision for the league grown up as a bass will player you know your biggest dream is shaking the commissioners hands and you know he's somebody who not only helped change the game in the fall of it you know not just in the stays put in or around the world globally you know he's corporate that she the the WNBA you know he's been a true pioneer to basketball underscores leadership the NBA became a five billion dollar a year industry while putting it up there with soccer is one of the world's most popular sport the trailblazers forward Carmelo Anthony says storm probably doesn't get the credit is due our game is so global you know right now and people all over the world is watching the NBA basketball that people all over the world.

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"james naismith" Discussed on The Free Agents

The Free Agents

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"james naismith" Discussed on The Free Agents

"Thanksgiving's will drop that one on Thursday and then on Friday I'm GonNa quiz. Amir Blumenfeld yes from Jake and Amir Fame I. I am going to quiz him on the episode of WHO wants some Trivia. This is a fun theme. We've put together for this one so You know we've done we've done Leelee we've done tasks who sits atop the leaderboard we're eventually going to get to my Mantica but Amir is up next and we'll see whether or not he can beat both of these guys scores so that's on Friday. We got the beach stepping stepping on Thursday on. Today's show Thanksgiving themed top. Ten forest should be fun. We usually do top five guys taking the top ten seconds already Eh. We will play a little. Is this news. I've got tweet of the night honors. But before we get into last night's game guys I wanted to let you know I fell down on the most insane rabbit hole last night because of something we talked about on. Tuesday's show we brought up the whole James Naismith family tree and the like. I couldn't let it go right because we were talking about Jimmy Smith being there at the arena on Monday night and then I add talked about Jeffrey Naismith in the Trivia show. I did what tasks about the ninety five raptors. Anyway I fell down this insane. Insane rabbit hole trying to figure this out and I wanted to just give you guys a quick report. Okay listen listen to this Dr Mollie broke it down. Oh Test Dr James Naismith. The man who invented basketball he had five children. Two of them boys named John Edwin Naismith though he went by Jack and James Sherwin naismith though he went by Jimmy. I'm not making any of this up. Wow so you're telling me to kids who both have James Double Double Janeane exactly amazing. Those two boys ended up having sons of their own. Now I think they had five in total one of Jimmy's was named after his granddad. James P. naismith he he goes by Jim. He lives in Corpus Christi. That was the eighty two year old man. The last surviving grandson of Dr James Amy Smith he was at the raptors game on Monday night. All Right now Jim Jim. He married his middle school sweetheart beverly and they started a family. They yielded four children and fifteen grandkids. I believe one of those grandkids. Kids was Jeffrey. The young teenager probably around thirteen years old at the time who through that ceremonial jump ball at the raptors inaugural game in one thousand nine hundred ninety five. He was introduced I remember. He was introduced during that game from Herbie as Dr Naismith. Great great grandson so there it is. I think that's sort of the family tree but men in that wild. It was a lot of J.. This was insane to figure out because they're all named like basically the same thing and then they all have these secondary names so it and then because just to add to this. There's a there's a yawn spelled I. A. N. he goes by Yawn and that it was the guy that do you remember when someone was selling the basketball rules Dr. Yeah I don't know maybe ten eight years ago something like that. That was him because he was one of the grandsons sons. So He's in theory Jimmy Smith's either brother or I'm sorry yeah either brother or cousin but anyway he He passed away now gyms and control. Yeah so he must have had a jump shot. That's why I didn't have a J. O.. Had you had to get that off. I'll be honest with you. I dipped into the family tree as well wealth as soon as I saw that James Naismith. Og James Naismith. His Dad's name was Jon Naismith. I gave up. I was like this is going to be too much. So have you consider changing changing your name to J. Maybe a jump ball like that idea. Got To put on a tie and glasses all right last night two games. That's it two games guys. I'm the clippers crush. The mavs one fourteen ninety nine in a game. That never really felt that close. Paul George scored seventeen of his twenty six points in the first quarter. Quite finished. With twenty twenty-eight eaten for Luca had is arguably his worst game of the season you turn the ball over seven times. He went over eight from three point. Range finished with twenty two eight and six looks all right in the box score but rough night impressive..

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"james naismith" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"james naismith" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"In New York City today I'm Kai Ryssdal it is Wednesday the ninth of October good as always avenue long everybody we begin today with the not entirely idle speculation of what James Naismith would think of the sport that he invented low these one hundred twenty eight years ago and the global economic context in which it finds itself we are of course a long way from the peach baskets that Naismith used as the original hoops and the global economy is nothing like it was in eighteen ninety one but a quick glance at the news sports or otherwise reveals basketball as the pivot point perhaps the biggest corporate story of this day National Basketball Association in the aftermath of a tweet from Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey last week supporting anti-government protests in Hong Kong the response from Beijing has been swift and clear an NBA fan event before a preseason game between the Brooklyn Nets and La Lakers in Shanghai has been cancelled a public training session for the nets also in Shanghai I also called off corporate Chinese sponsorships with the NBA Undone meanwhile the NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says Moore he has the right to exercise his freedom expression it is a big big deal the story with peril plenty so we got marketplaces and you're on the line to hash things out with US hey hey solar this is kind of basic but clearly it seems the basics have been lost in this the NBA has been for decades now one of the most progressive of profession all sports leagues do you suppose that somehow they didn't see something like this coming and if they didn't see it why didn't they see what will that's the and you're getting right to it right the difficulty here for the NBA is indeed it does want to be seen as a progressive league doesn't want to go off brand but the NBA also has to be three of its brand in China the brand is tarnished in the eyes of Chinese businesses of consumers that's GonNa prove difficult and costly for the NBA amity in China this is something that every American Sports League is GonNa take note of because they all see the money in China they want to do business there and even spoke with a sports marketing professor from China he kept telling me that the everyday business of sport in China it's market based right it's similar doing business in the as we all know that we've heard that one hundred times then he said just to be sure not to get on the wrong side of the government because then the market gets thrown out the window well that's that's so interesting so clearly the calculation that's happened here is that the Chinese government has decided it does not need the NBA's brand new basketball in China right because they're grown they're leagues and and they can in essence do with themselves no matter how popular Yao Ming in the Houston Rockets and all of those folks are over there but the NBA is it is the brand right Chinese basketball is NBA China basically when Yao Ming came onto the scene in two thousand and two the celerity of basketball in China skyrocketed because you had to do out there who looked like them you had two hundred million people watched that first game it's going to be so difficult for the Chinese government if they just want to say look we got this we're GonNa have basketball basketball is great here we have all sorts of stars it's going to be so difficult because the other thing is Americans who don't make it to the NBA go and play in China and so there's so much sort of meshing there with the NBA in China that's going to be so difficult for the Chinese to be able to do that let us take this away from basketball for two seconds because you're NBA is certainly not the first company that has run into trouble in China today there was a controversy with apple in one of its APPs let's people identified police in Hong Kong and the Chinese government is displeased with that there is wider risk there is also wider acknowledgement of some of the challenges of doing business in China tipping point do you think I mean you know spitball that for me that's what I kept asking the smarter people than I am about this when you're talking about sort of Chinese relations and things like that and it's funny because everybody that I spoke with says you know what these are hiccups and businesses are going to have to do better at navigating business in China nobody is saying they're going to pull out of China no business person thinks that because there's so much money there they just don't see an American company just pulling out because of difficulties so instead of let's get out of here this is a tipping point we don't want to deal with China it's figuring out how to do business better there and dealer cover sports in a bunch of other stuff force advocate ut in Austin Texas andy thanks a bunch appreciate it you got a guy random observation by the way just on the home market size dynamics of this thing by most estimates there are almost as many basketball fans in China three hundred million or so as there are people in the United States three hundred thirty million or so there is that all right we're gonNA leave sports behind for the moment and turn to the no less fascinating to some of US anyway subject of monetary policy the Federal Reserve released the minutes of its most recent meeting today I will spare you all the Fed speaks save this tidbit markets the minutes say and here's the quote were currently suggesting a greater provision of accommodation at coming meetings then they saw as appropriate they being the Fed here and accommodation being shorthand for lower interest rates so what that actually means that whole thing I just read is that maybe markets and traders and investors and everybody else are banking too much on interest rate cuts the next time the Fed meets next fed meeting by the way for the counter types on you the twenty ninth and thirtieth of this month so stay tuned as we always say about the Fed by the way down to the corner of Wall Street and broad on this rainy day in men atten sunshine actually we'll have the details when we do the numbers.

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In the NBA vs. China battle, business could suffer

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:28 min | 1 year ago

In the NBA vs. China battle, business could suffer

"We begin today with the not entirely idle speculation of what James Naismith would think of the sport that he invented low these one hundred twenty eight years ago and the global economic context in which it finds itself we are of course a long way from the peach baskets that Naismith used as the original hoops and the global economy is nothing like it was in eighteen ninety one but a quick glance at the news sports or otherwise reveals basketball as the pivot point perhaps the biggest corporate story of this day National Basketball Association in the aftermath of a tweet from Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey last week supporting anti-government protests in Hong Kong the response from Beijing has been swift and clear an NBA fan event before a preseason game between the Brooklyn Nets and La Lakers in Shanghai has been cancelled a public training session for the nets also in Shanghai I also called off corporate Chinese sponsorships with the NBA Undone meanwhile the NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says Moore he has the right to exercise his freedom expression it is a big big deal the story with peril plenty so we got marketplaces and you're on the line to hash things out with US hey hey solar this is kind of basic but clearly it seems the basics have been lost in this the NBA has been for decades now one of the most progressive of profession all sports leagues do you suppose that somehow they didn't see something like this coming and if they didn't see it why didn't they see what will that's the and you're getting right to it right the difficulty here for the NBA is indeed it does want to be seen as a progressive league doesn't want to go off brand but the NBA also has to be three of its brand in China the brand is tarnished in the eyes of Chinese businesses of consumers that's GonNa prove difficult and costly for the NBA amity in China this is something that every American Sports League is GonNa take note of because they all see the money in China they want to do business there and even spoke with a sports marketing professor from China he kept telling me that the everyday business of sport in China it's market based right it's similar doing business in the as we all know that we've heard that one hundred times then he said just to be sure not to get on the wrong side of the government because then the market gets thrown out the window well that's that's so interesting so clearly the calculation that's happened here is that the Chinese government has decided it does not need the NBA's brand new basketball in China right because they're grown they're leagues and and they can in essence do with themselves no matter how popular Yao Ming in the Houston Rockets and all of those folks are over there but the NBA is it is the brand right Chinese basketball is NBA China basically when Yao Ming came onto the scene in two thousand and two the celerity of basketball in China skyrocketed because you had to do out there who looked like them you had two hundred million people watched that first game it's going to be so difficult for the Chinese government if they just want to say look we got this we're GonNa have basketball basketball is great here we have all sorts of stars it's going to be so difficult because the other thing is Americans who don't make it to the NBA go and play in China and so there's so much sort of meshing there with the NBA in China that's going to be so difficult for the Chinese to be able to do that let us take this away from basketball for two seconds because you're NBA is certainly not the first company that has run into trouble in China today there was a controversy with apple in one of its APPs let's people identified police in Hong Kong and the Chinese government is displeased with that there is wider risk there is also wider acknowledgement of some of the challenges of doing business in China tipping point do you think I mean you know spitball that for me that's what I kept asking the smarter people than I am about this when you're talking about sort of Chinese relations and things like that and it's funny because everybody that I spoke with says you know what these are hiccups and businesses are going to have to do better at navigating business in China nobody is saying they're going to pull out of China no business person thinks that because there's so much money there they just don't see an American company just pulling out because of difficulties so instead of let's get out of here this is a tipping point we don't want to deal with China it's figuring out how to do business better there and dealer cover sports in a bunch of other stuff force advocate ut in Austin Texas andy thanks a bunch appreciate it you got a

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"james naismith" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"james naismith" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"And so, you know, when you're a kid learning history in Canada, you know, who James Naismith is it's important so it's really such a proud moment for the country, especially when, you know, our national sport is lacrosse, but really it's hockey. Let's be real. You know, there isn't a household in Canada. That doesn't. Have the NHL hockey night in Canada on and with Don cherry, right? Juries. He's the best second you and, you know, I it's really cool. Just saying this whole thing. Yeah. And then, then the representation Colli Leonard to be so humble and, you know, I'll never forget Doris the great Doris Burke interviewing him and I don't want to be a hero. Every kid if I'm a parent haven't blessed to be yet, hopefully, but every kid, every parent, should like play that back for their kids. I don't wanna be the hero. I want to be the best team in. It can be, you know, in for, you know, superstar giant athlete like that to say it, it's kind of Canadian those a sense of humility to that. I loved it. So you fits up there in Toronto. It's a good fit for, for him a lobbyist Lee. Nobody knows what he thinks about what's good fit for him. Everyone thinks he's coming here to, to Los Angeles. And the town will I mean, he wouldn't have to apparently he could live rent, free and food, free and drink free. The rest of his life based up there in Toronto. And that's not a joke. Like literally, there's a combine in dine, and that there's a sticker and everyb- every window every restaurant and what was it? The three million dollar condo that, that somebody off is really. Nice. Right. So it's it seems like a good fit up there. Obviously they won the championship. But in sports, you know, rich nothing nothing ever can is a permanent fit. So we'll see what happens..

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"james naismith" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"james naismith" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Right after the show danettes. Game ready got their gear on and that'll be a twelve thirty eastern you can watch the three on three league on the Dan Patrick show app. Is it not suitable for children? They have those warnings. It's not suitable for basketball purist. Let's put it that way. That might be the best way to go about this. We need to have a warning of content James day. Smith. Just died again. Yeah. Did you know that James Naismith born in Canada? Seriously? And we acquired him would we I think somehow Kansas got him. I don't know how Jimmy Naismith ended up coming here to the United States and. Introducing us to basketball. Yes. So basketball is a Canadian game and they have hockey to how. And they had Andrew Wiggins and RJ Barrett didn't they invent maple syrup. I mean, they've got everything up there. They invented maple syrup L. Let's give it to him, though. And niceness. They are very nice. And they've Drake you SETV was a great strengths, not necessarily nice like he, he doesn't fit. He would he would fit in with other cities suicide for copyrighting the game. That's a reference. Oh, he's suing all company. That's right. Nike. Yeah. Because of the claw. He came up with the logo in apparently Nike trademark did in and I love the Colli wears new balance. It just doesn't it feel like that? That would be the issue like, you know, it's, it's very practical. It's, it's nice comfortable and I wear new balance. They have fair prices, you know, made in the US. All right. We'll hear from Roger Goodell the Commissioner the omnipresent Commissioner, except on this show. He will join us well down, just by an interview say, yeah. He's not joining us, but through a soundbite, we'll have the Commissioner talking about, maybe it's time to reduce the preseason. You know something's up, you know the, the, the Commissioner doesn't go, you know, on second thought maybe these preseason games are meaningless, and we shouldn't we shouldn't be putting these players through it. How about we cut down on preseason which we've been saying, forever have controlled scrimmages have two preseason games, don't price gouge everybody? And then maybe you can add another regular season game. And then you add another postseason game. I'm guessing that's the end game here. But in, by the way, you know who wants the eighteen game schedule more than anybody? Anybody? I'm gonna make your way I'm gonna make you. Wait Todd dude made you wait earlier today. Yeah. And maybe my kids will do something I'm really proud of. And I'll send you a little note here during the commercial. I'm glad you clarified the whole, we're gonna play a sound bite from Roger Goodell because minute shows the play the you'll hear from going to be a guest. Oh, I know. I'm in on those Joe here from Tom Brady net. Yes. Yeah, it's a cut from the local reporter iae. Thanks. We'll take a break here. Bill.

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"james naismith" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"james naismith" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For the first time in NBA history, we had a finals game outside the US last night, the Toronto Raptors beat the Golden State Warriors game one one eighteen to one zero nine you have to cross an international frontier to get to Toronto. The NBA wants to grow its brand everywhere. But for now it's probably happy to see Canadians getting into this marketplaces, and Euler reports Toronto is the fourth largest city in North America. Pretty big market for the NBA, but Kevin pelton who writes about basketball for ESPN says it's not just people in Toronto who were cheering for the rafters, the rest of the country has jumped on board and the raptors have impressed in courage that with their slogan. We the north. In fact, a lot of people south of the border are rooting for Canada's team to it's the underdog. The warriors have won two straight championships. This series might not boost the NBA popularity across the seas. But sports business journal editor John Iran says the league does have a nice marketing opportunity through a famous Rafter fan, Canadian pop. Music star Drake who cheers courtside at all their games. They are able to sort of get into the entertainment. President is get into some of the music press, and it really goes beyond, just really hardcore sporting press, an NBA title would be something of a homecoming, the raptors can pull it off. Dr James Naismith the creator of basketball was born in Almonte Ontario dealer for marketplace. And in New York, I'm David Brancaccio. This is marketplace morning report. From APM American public media. We have another hour of morning edition ahead. I though it's traffic.

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"james naismith" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"james naismith" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Ana and our guest, former Los Angeles Lakers. Kobe Bryant do a deep dive on his basketball upbringing. Let's find out who the five-time NBA champion idolize going up if you're shooting free throw, that's it like on a scale of one to ten enjoyment level. I enjoyed a ten for me because those are easy points. Like, I should not miss free. Throws breeding. Did you how did you concentrate is consistency? Like, I changed every year kind of dependent on what I felt like. But generally, it was like two dribbles. Hold the ball. Nice deep breath, the room, shoot it. Right. But you it's fun because people were trying to distract you. I've always felt that fun. It right now listeners Koby has this massive grin on his face. I never understood the noisy people like all we're gonna make so much noise thing things. No, I've never seen a yellow block jump shot. Like is not going to do it who are some of your favorite players that maybe aren't your contemporaries what? I've studied the game. All we back to inception crazy stuff. Your dad was professional basketball played in Italy. Like uncle played for the Chicago Bulls longtime ago, so I like basketball family, so like studied everything about the game. Like all we back to when James Naismith I created the game. Total basketball dork in fourteen sixty three. Close. But you know, when you look at the history of the game or the history of anything you start identifying patterns in those things you start seeing moves that were done a long time ago that still work to this day. Yeah. Yeah. I know, but but about players that you like maybe two players that you really have mired and why well, Michael, Jordan and imagine those are my favorite guys of all time and offer different different for different things. The way magic play the kind of infectious enthusiasm smile. Michael was the stone cold killer. He Luli terrified. On the way Kobe Bryant Marvel's over the moment. He realized the true beauty in sports. Right. And I'm seeing LA. Wow. This is amazing that you can actually have those different points. But guess what you bond together for something greater than yourselves. More of on affairs is unqualified is coming up in minutes..

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"james naismith" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:48 min | 2 years ago

"james naismith" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sam emailed, I wonder if I was wondering if your guests could touch on the role of money in all of this. I find the sport politics connection, particularly interesting in the ways that politics are brought into sport from those at the top such as owners and those who run the league's in the form of military, flyovers, White House, visits, etc. These things are done because it helps the league's generate revenue, but when athletes bring up politics, they are criticized Gotham Chopra, how would you respond to Sam? I think it's a great point. I think all of these leagues. I mean specially the NBA the NFL the ones we've been speaking about our multi billion dollar corporations, and they're generating a lot of wealth for a lot of different people. So the one of the fascinating things is exactly about that. National anthem issue. We suddenly feature at across the series. And you see the national anthem is such a big part of sports. And so the link and how that's been used to sort of market and wrap these leagues in the American flag. So the politics intersect, and it's a complicated issue. And what it means to fans versus what it means to owners and athletes are are slightly different. So I think it's a great point. And I think, you know, we we do see this owners somehow are often left off the hook the error allowed to do and say, whatever they want to you know, we can all see now who's been contributing to whose campaigns hetero, but somehow and athletes, and particularly African American athletes are outspoken. They take a lot of heat for on. And there's also some political issues that affect owners not a whole lot. But there are some. I mean, there's there's a football team here in Washington with a name that its owner, Dan Snyder has made very clear he has no interest changing no matter what every native American in the country feels. Yeah. This is what people have to understand the moment that there is a stadium built an arena constructed it's inherently political because they need tax payer dollars to do it. And so that means the vote. So that means politics is already there before you ever show up for one game. And a lot of this to whip. Once you started kind of digging deeper and looking at these relationships is that. As got mentioned a lot of this is marketing, the NFL has been taking money from the department of defense for years for military flyovers to market and sell patriotism players before I believe it was two thousand nine didn't even come on the field for the national anthem. So this is marketed purposeful patriotism that is being infected into the game because somebody's collecting a check. So for all these people who look at it as some kind of natural part of the game. It was always force because the one thing that the NFL considering the way they like to market themselves to family that was an easy tool because you talked to any coach, and they always tell you the three Fs with with football. Which is you know, I guess the order is it's faith family football. And that's a that's sort of a mantra in a slogan that they believe in the NFL. So that's how they're marketing this game to you. But is that kind of a reflection of what fans won't I mean, this this is the national anthem and they post nine eleven America. I think that's that. Event that tragedies is exactly what changed it obviously a terror attack on US soil. It changed the way that we all looked at the national anthem. It probably deepened a lot of a lot of those feelings. But make no mistake that it is a business relationship for the NFL. Why that is marketed the way that it is. And so I think fans may look at this emotionally, but understand that the leagues that are marketing this to you. They are looking at it as an opportunity to sell you speaking of that business relationship. It's interesting how the business relationship comes from the executive offices as opposed to some of the players themselves in terms of how engaged or disengaged. They are in politics. Gotham you focus in part on Michael Jordan in the second installment of the three part series. He did not speak up about politics. The way of players did I guess partly because he had so many endorsement deals as the phenomenon that kinda hit the scene. Gene, the particularly in regards to the Senate race in North Carolina in one thousand nine hundred ninety tell us more about that. Yeah. So Michael is an amazing character and cultural flashpoint, and when we talk about the fifty the sixties seventies, there's certain movements the civil rights movement, Vietnam that are more overtly political you start to get into the eighties and then later into the nineties, and there's a lot more subtlety and settled t to it where you also have as the greatest player, I think in the history of the game and not many people, including the greats of this year will argue with that. And you have this rise in the economics of the league television deals, and and just you know, the Lakers Celtics sort of take the league off of tape delay and put it in the mainstream. And then comes this David FOX, Michael Jordan's agent has this great line in the documentary says one thousand nine hundred four was fourteen ninety two because you have burned magic in the NBA finals. And then you have Michael Jordan drafted, and yes, Michael is an interesting character because what he represents culturally, but also because of. Who he is? And where he came from and how he grew up. And so when he's asked later in the nineties to sort of get behind this Jesse helm Harvey Gantt who's running against the notorious racist Jesse Helms, and he's sort of box at it. It becomes a thing. And. You know, it's sort of been hung onto him as a political statement. When in truth, it was probably a sort of casual flippin joking comment. But you know, it's it's something that stuck onto him. And that to this day people really talk about and we try to deconstruct that and it's complex because I think a lot of people, and I'm probably one of them come to his defense. Who says we'll why do we just assume that every black athlete now has to be outspoken, and and also the the cost and the risk at that time is not what you know, what we see today is LeBron James cardinal. Anthony, all these guys they can be outspoken, by the way, doesn't particularly affect it. Certainly doesn't affect the bottom line. Michael had a lot a lot at risk. I wonder how much just the fact that we're social media society plays into all of this. I mean, it seems like if you're Michael Jordan with the Chicago Bulls who won six championship. Rings in their day. It's easier to just insulate yourself from the constant twenty four hour barrage in your pocket people who are mad at what you said. Or didn't say your you said it, and then to me this is the beauty of this documentary is that. It does wind up kind of at least getting you to critically think about some things. Now, I'm the opposite. I have been very critical of Michael Jordan for his lack seemingly lack of public. Social awareness in terms of speaking out, however through this film, and and just seeing some of the footage realize that Michael's activism, every every level of activism looks different depending on who they who they are. And so they don't have to look the same where Michael Jordan elevator black athletes is with global marketing and being somebody because he was the face of a company in the face of an industry that he by extension was showing fortune five hundred companies and white businessmen and to some degree, you know, mainstream are to a large degree rather mainstream America that you can make a black man the face of a company and the face of an industry, and that is marketable and bankable that was his activism is that he was in control of his image and his empire. And so once I started to see it that way it helped me understand Michael Jordan and why he chose. Does not to be as vocal even if it's something as obvious as coming out against somebody who's an Torius racist like Jesse Helms Paulin Minnesota emailed. What about teammates? If you don't think that animosity builds you're naive. It does build players are drawing lines and standing on either sides of the lines as a coach or team owner. You would really not want this Gotham what about Paul's common? In terms of the players who choose to be more politically active the players who don't and whether that creates friction right? Well, so what we're talking about over the past hour is the inherent politics that are parts of these these because they're made up of human beings. There is an element of there is an element of sports and politics sort of giving us space from each other. And or sports giving us space. And so I think what you see one of the beauty of sports is that you can bring together people of every different complexion every ethnicity. Race socioeconomic class and put them on a team where they the great word is chemistry in sports, where they do put their politics aside, you know, whether it's for three hours or whether it's for a season, and and so, you know, athletes have and this happens with fans also when we go to games, we're all Red Sox fan. I am rejoicing in what is what is going on the last week? I could feel the globe through my here your phones and said, you know, that's one of the beauty of sports is a respite at times from all of these politics. And I think we should celebrate that I think we should enjoy that. But we shouldn't be naive to think that that necessarily. That sports is the place that it has to always be independent of politics. Well, here's what's so interesting about that I've been covering sports now for twenty one years, and when you talk to athletes, they will tell you that the locker room is actually a great place for those different kinds of discussions to take place and better equipped to handle them, then wider society than say us at our regular jobs because athletes have really honest with one another that's number one. And so they're able to get to these things on a deeper level. And even if guys are on different sides of the aisle, it doesn't creating create new friction and the other thing I'd like to bring up to is do you realize that there are guys that are playing alongside each other? Knowing other players have been accused of crimes have done very serious things, and they don't seem to mind plan with them. So I don't understand how somebody, you know, being pro-life pro-choice that that's going to all of a sudden anger somebody to the point. They don't wanna play with them. And they also realize their window is short the average NFL career last three or five years. I don't think that a guy is going to care about how somebody vote because he's trying to extend his career and make his money. Let me get to a few more of your comments before we are out of time. Mike in Kensington, Maryland emailed, African American players are speaking from the heart about something, they know very intimately racism I for one. Although I don't follow any sports think they should be honored not despised for this. Mark in Indiana emailed, the current White House and conservative media will accept support from anyone and conversely attempt to shutdown anyone with with an opinion that's not in line with their agenda ever heard of a guy named Kanye west. Another listener. Or tweeted politics have no place in sports. It's the one place people go to escape keep the game pure Jamal. I wonder if you could respond to this, particularly because I did a little you know, because Google is a thing. And so I asked the Google thing. I was trying to remember the guy who invented basketball Naismith, James Naismith 1891, Massachusetts. And so I go, you know, James Naismith basketball, 1891 Naismith, and I come on this link from the department of humanities Massachusetts about the history. Because the very first basketball game was played in Springfield, Massachusetts in eighteen ninety one doctor James Naismith, invented it. And it tells me that he invented the game as a way to teach Christian people, the true value of athletics. Apparently he was watching a football game. We're one of the players started Cussing, and then eventually went over and apologize. And according to the site from the state of Massachusetts the incident made such an impression on Naismith that he became committed to the idea that physical training could be a means of spreading Christianity. So there's something about the blending of sports, and politics, sports, and value, sports, and advocacy that feels anathema but that is baked into the game..

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"james naismith" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:03 min | 2 years ago

"james naismith" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Sport's most iconic franchises squaring off in this year's fall classic. We're traveling back in time to the early days of the World Series in the life and career of what the giants of the World Series, the one and only George Herman Ruth. We'll be speaking with bestselling author Jean leave you about her new book about the later in the show. But I if you've been watching ESPN recently it's been difficult to avoid the terrific documentary series twenty hours worth of talking on the air, Dan. Fluorosis basketball a love story. It's a history of the game and appreciation of the game told essentially in sixty two different short stories vignettes by one hundred sixty five figures from the game. Dan, Clorox has worked in this space before he's a Peabody award winning documentary filmmaker, and it is a pleasure, Dan to welcome you to the sporting life. Thank you for being with us. Well, thank you so much for having me, Jeremy emigrated Mirer view tire it, it's it's a no one is going to respect your judgement anymore for that. But so, you know, how do you even go about how do you even said about telling a story with the canvas as as fast as basketball's, you know? The first decision I made because I've been wanting to do this for quite a while is not to tell the history of the game because you need. I don't know eighty hours one hundred hours. I didn't want to present myself as a as a historian. I wanted to take a historical view of the game. And tell it in a short story format so I- outlined those stories that interested me, I felt would interest in audience and once I did that. And it's remarkably similar this is four and a half years ago. It takes me two years to do a ninety minute film. We did this twenty hours in four and a half years, which is and and I don't even use a computer everything is a long yellow legal pad. You know? And and I I I the stories though short stories then came up with the list of who. Who I wanted to speak to to flush those stories out. And then of course, Jeremy. You see what can work and watch not gonna work. What you learn what you could add I had creative freedom completely. So I was able to really play and go outside straight historical, storytelling speaking with Dan Clorox about his new documentary series, which you could see on ESPN basketball. Love story. Sixty two stories of varying length and tone. Told by scores of the most significant people in the annals of the game of basketball going all the way back to its origin story with doctor James Naismith and the peach basket at Springfield college. Western Massachusetts, one of the interesting things to me Dando. To a certain extent, unlike football, and unlike basketball, I'm sorry, none like baseball. The story of basketball as it as it sits inside the fabric of American society has not really been told. It's it's not. We we've tilled a lot of that field with baseball and football. Did you see this? With basketball's a kind of virgin territory. I don't know about virgin territory. But I, but I. I'm ABD in American history. And that means everything, but dissertation and. So the historical view of the game was critically important to me and to telling that I didn't want to open up which James Naismith, then I lose the entire audience. Not me, I love James Naismith. I don't love him. But I want to open them up with him and saw the third scene in films PJ getting choked with by by by spree. Well. Then I cut the Naismith, but the the historical view of the game the story of migration, the story of of southern migration story of immigration, the story of the demographic of the immigrants coming to the east coast and traveling to the midwest and the south very very important to understand because you know, I'm in New Yorker. And of course, we feel where the bash, but it's not necessarily true. No. Great coaches and teachers evolved, and there is situated in different parts of the country and the game meant different things to to young African Americans and meant different things to people in the mid west and different things to people in urban areas into urban groups, it's not an accident that the Jews and the Irish in the northeastern adopted the game because talion mostly playing baseball. So these things mattered as did and does continued history. I show the effects of the Cold War on the game and the United States rushing and Olympic competition. I show the effects of the war in Vietnam in the civil rights movement on the game not merely on the Olympic movement in sixty eight. But but actually what it's going to mean today fifty years later will there be another black boycott in? Fifty years since one thousand nine hundred sixty eight history and basketball critically connected. The women's game. I went in Jeremy. Knowing I'm not boxing women into seven minutes story. You know, they're going to be integrated throughout the entire pieces. Nineteen women and my point was correct. The first time we put a camera on a woman. And then you hear the voice of the outsider the excluded American. That's what women were right? And the judge as ethnic groups were, and that's why I think the sport is so appealing to so many that in the nakedness of it. No helmets. No shoulder pads. No caps. Sunglasses. You see and feel the player, and you believe that they actually see and feel you the new film from Dan chorus is basketball. A love story. You could see it on ESPN on television on the app. Dan date you for joining us. It's been great chatting. My pleasure. Army.

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"james naismith" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"james naismith" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Cereals was a fleeting moment of rather elevated pause. The heritage minute first broadcast in nineteen Ninety-one and produced by the historic Canada. Charitable foundation was envisioned as a history lesson miniature sixty seconds from start to finish profiling prominent person, a significant place or notable episode in Canadian history. Created to be the same length as a television advertisement. The goal was to promote lesser known chapters of Canada's, passed, including often more obscure Canadian contributions to the world to an exclusively Canadian audience. And in the early days, they were pervasive presence not only during the commercials on TV, but also on the big screen during the movie trailers screen to head of the blockbuster film release of the day at cinemas across the country and also in school classrooms from coast to coast, Historica Canada. Estimates third of Canadian teaches us the heritage minutes in some form or another in their classrooms to illustrate that curriculums between two and five new minutes or released each year, the subject of each being a closely guarded secret ahead of its release and the ninety episodes of the heritage minute to have been broadcast date have covered an eclectic array of subjects from a profile of James Naismith of Ontario who invented basket. Born eighteen ninety one the story of Cheney when Jack a twelve year old first nations boy who died while escaping Canada's notorious residential school. System in nineteen sixty six to Joe Shuster the Toronto born comic book, Liz straighter who in nineteen thirty-one created super..

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"james naismith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"james naismith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This is our. American stories where we tell stories about. Everything and periodically we tell stories, about sports but as you've come to know they're not just sports stories any more than those great stories on ESPN. Those thirty for thirty stories or sports stories we're, going to spend an, hour talking about coach Dean. Smith The university of North Carolina he, passed in two thousand fifteen but we are here to remind people of the. Virtues of this man and stories about this man if. You are in a, coach you'll still wanna listen if you, run a business if you're on a family if you. Have any influence at all in your life with other people you're going to want to learn from. The very best about how to lead and that's with Dean Smith was he was a leader he was a teacher. And of course you as a coach basketball bloodlines ran is deep is the Carolina blue sky, his coach at the university of Kansas fog. Allen learned the game from the man who invented, it and after whom Basketball Hall of fame is named. James Naismith winning was also in dean Smith's bloodline under coach. Allen he was a backup guard on. The Kansas team that won the, nineteen fifty two NCAA title and he was runner up the following year he scored only one point in those championship. Games but it was from the bench sitting near his coach Sports giant was Perth he. Would go onto mentor to the next generations great, coaches fellow hall of famers Larry Brown and ROY Williams Great coaching apples it turns out don't fall far..

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"james naismith" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"james naismith" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"As any canadian basketball fan will tell you the game was invented by a canadian james naismith who was born in almonte ontario for shot hoops in eighteen ninety one you may remember they made a heritage minute about it canadian joke sir stroke your hair we get a decent sean peach maybe we can carry a couple of steps administration racer sure's host things happened to climb up here every time well let's cut the bottom of the basket i need these baskets back sadly the cord where james naismith invented the game of basketball no longer exists and for years the oldest basketball court in the world was believed to be in paris but a few years ago local historians in the town of saint stephen new brunswick rediscovered a long forgotten court that is even older live set up an organization to preserve the court called canada i basketball and they have just agreed to purchase the building phone mcintyre is the group's general manager we reached him in saint andrews new brunswick how do you know that you have the world's oldest basketball court so we have a historian on our committee darren the kate who's been looking at this since twenty ten when we first discovered the floor and at that time we thought we might have place for the first basketball game was ever played in canada but we do know that there's why mta at that time in thrown on montreal where the first game was played what was the termined over that time though is this is the only place we know of that still exists from eighteen ninety three so we believe it's the oldest basketball court there is a newspaper article describing a game on october seventeen eighteen ninety three.

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"james naismith" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"james naismith" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

"So guys this canadian link thing or is it your also he's canadian so he would not appoint boys offices to nice i get it good good logic there all right see what he's a yeah it is still called the naismith player of the year for college basketball it's the heisman of basketball can't you ever looked into lord stanley's track record fiction fiction i'm saying fact because you don't joke about arsenic it's very serious will this piece of historical information is indeed fiction totally made up although canadianborn dr james naismith did invent the game basketball yeah with the peach basket and like a soccer ball he's pretty famous pretty much any canadian guy canada brought us basketball that's fucking weird and steve nash people forget that no no i don't think he even either what it said was he just invented this game it was like cardio thing for other athletes in other sports during the winter to do something inside let's then it turned into a better game these other for sure all right so that's the first one number two on the same theme their german chemist johann wolfgang double rayner who is probably best known for inventing the cigarette lighter died ironically in a house fire at the age of fifty one it was determined the passed out from taking too much alcohol and inversely knocked over his reading lamp burning his house down while he slept ladies and gentlemen he's going into the turn.

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"james naismith" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"james naismith" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Welcome to part in my take presented by seek today is monday march twenty first or nineteenth march nineteenth and guess what my brain it's not working because of the madness i'm gonna blame basketball for well not basketball i'm going to blame sitting on a couch and staring at a television from about three feet away for the entire weekend yeah on my malfunctions oh you know what you can do okay just say it was mandela fact i'm gonna start saying about everything that's the one where berinstain bears people think that it was spelled a different way growing up so you just blame the mandela effect on everything at wrong i think we say this every single year but i think this is the first year that it actually counts this has been the craziest first weekend of the tournament is it was insane so so to recap we had two number ones go down with the first ever sixteen beat a one which we'll get to in a second we had to two seeds that both could have won the tournament unc and cincy and then you had to three seeds michigan state which at time in the year look like the best team and you also tennessee who lost a loyal chicago the ramblers and sister jean captivated the nation so i actually i'm going to say it it was a craziest first weekend in turnament history and we should probably start with the sixteen over one which we never ever thought it would happen we thought we actually said on friday that the only way it would happen is if everyone got injured and they won with the buzzer beater we i was very wrong or it could happen with blowout award to wear solo turned out virginia which has been you know virginia they're like a weird cousin to his concentration ball so i have a little bit of sympathy form but everyone shits on their style way the pack line defense they clog it up turns out if you're six man goes out your best defender goes out with an injury in the acc tournament and a team that is the retrievers catches fire hits a bunch of threes that is how you're one seed goes down to a sixteen right uva plays in the way that dr james naismith.

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"james naismith" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"james naismith" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I have a tv show or a movie out will you could justify bringing me to the couch and jim said well i can't disagree with anything you've said do you have a tv show remove week coming out and i said we'll know but what i was thinking was i don't even have age of i don't even have additions like jetted a kfi am 640 dot com key word feta two i am thinking 40s conway show we got two of those bog kid local kids here in southern california jello and me angelo melo lamella in jello the two young kids they're gone over lithuania and when your ballot wanian i couldn't tell you were lithuania was on a map by i'm learning about it because that's where our boys are going got a couple of guys going over lithuania and we're gonna hear a lot about it so let's find out a little bit about lithuania where a look far ball and his two kids are going let's uh first of all basketball all the james naismith was credited with inventing basketball an eighteen ninety one lithuanians tell a different story nearly every household in the country with children is well accustomed to lacing up their sneakers and hitting the basketball court this ancient sport has been lithuanians national pastime since independence lithuanians are so good at basketball that many of them have been drafted into the american nba bikoo possibly the most famous of which is arvydas sabonis nene body hardly a bonus look at you who was later inducted into the hall of fame all right there you go there's basketball the easter here's the easter over there the kids going to be other for easter so it's not the easter bunny that hides the easter eggs it's easter granny yeah how 'bout that grandma it comes out hides the eggs the easter grandi on easter sunday after a morning of fun with family and friends sure if quickly followed by the traditional easter a hut with a slight twist to the socalled tradition in the united states the eggs are believed to be hidden by the.

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"james naismith" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"james naismith" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"This week this week history us for this week in eighteen ninety one james naismith inventive ask johnson became the first black world heavyweight boxing champion this week 1950s sweetie 1917 the first games of the new nhl were played the first nfl playoff jane took place this week 1932 sweetie nineteen forty seven nascar was founded in daytona beach florida this week 1973 with the miami dolphins became the first undefeated nfl team in a season ars peiris an unexpected call may change everything for you this week doris you have to analyse the pros and cons of a longterm project you wanna start gemena i avoid conflicts because things could escalate quite quickly cancer your attitude this week gave he far with some important people leo some from the best keeps popping up at your memories this week but why and vertigo remember that change is good even if it's caused by something unpleasant as the girard scopes are coming up soon oh hi there al dukes here and like most americans hi to have a podcast is called al's boring podcast wfan's morning show producer ozone show crowe athletes have been in all of the olympic sports except for boxing and wrestling okay although he send their pro wrestlers over there since sergeant slaughter to fight the ire chief back in a hyder article eight olympic download you subscribe at the new radio dot com powell's boring podcast monday cbs presents a new comedy that asked the.

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"james naismith" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"james naismith" Discussed on The Starters

"Welcome back to the starters every week we scour the internet to bring you the mean team our favorite weird and wacky moments from the past 70s number five demar derozen and footlocker produced a tribute to the birth of basketball some of you may not know this but a canadian named james naismith invented basketball i'm going to teach you guys the roof rule number one no drip rule number two no running with the ball no running with the ball beautiful abkhaz literally that you can done here's another little attitude in the altitude you know i've seen a gave what they lose that stick in it it's just impossible the sacramental kings or one in seven has been get lit up in fact things have gotten so bad that the king's official twitter account has started tweeting random facts during game play to help distract fans from the beef downs one for example on little fact no malls on halloween nearly thirty five million pounds a candy corner produced each year too many and on wednesday game 7 of the world series astros five dodgers your atop the second case is he didn't want to be washed number three shack guest host of the jimmy kimmel show and he killed it also shows a new slug were margaret georgia started to play baseball except for those of you wondering where jim use he's right here he was delicious as you will be miss all the visually does this show assu.

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