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Curry, Warriors rally past Grizzlies 101-98 for 3-1 lead
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Warriors rally after Green ejected, beat Grizzlies in Game 1
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"jaren" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"They were raving about and I want to know if you guys have addressed it as a team. Taylor Jenkins has got to have a top ten beard in the world right now. The thing is thick and immaculate and like reddish oranges. Do you guys make fun of him? He grooms it, they shouted out the grooming product he uses on TNT like it became a whole thing. It's a real, it's a real story now. I don't even this is just shows how out of touch I am. Maybe I mean, I don't think I'll ever get more in touch with stories like that because that's like the stuff I would see when I was a kid like on TNT. But it's definitely a top ten beard, you know, credit. It's the best beard in the NBA. It's better than hardened beard. Hardin's beard is almost not even a beard anymore. It's something beyond a beard. I think it's the best mirror in the NBA. It could be. I mean, he definitely would co sign it. So I definitely would, but I mean, it's coaching backs it up for sure, huh? 'cause look what he's done over the time he's been here. He wasn't even a head coach before that. He was paying his dues per se, I don't even know what he was doing, but whatever he was doing was working because he came here and started kicking ass. And he's on, he's on us. He's with us. He's right in the hills standing the line of battle with us, as well as push us to be great at all times. So we just were always on the same page. He's so locked in. We know how much he cares. That's what makes us care. So. You know what I've taken from this conversation as we wrap it up, you talk to a lot of guys, especially the last couple of years in the pandemic, it's a grind, man. Flight, hotel, flight, hotel, game game game hotel, pandemic, came and go out to dinner for part of the pandemic. I'm stuck in my room. You sound like, you guys are just having a lot of fun. It's a bunch of young guys and you seem like I'm looking forward to the games. I'm liking. Is that the vibe that I'm getting from you is like, yeah, it's game 67 or whatever like, I'm having fun. We're having a blast, man. Every single time we're out there, because we know that it could be worse. We could be on a could be on a team with a bunch of toxic behavior, a bunch of dudes that just don't really like each other and just every day sucks. That could be us. So it's not us and when I started to feel that man, this is really pretty special and the chances of this are just, you know, whatever in a million because a lot of things got to go right for all of us having to be on the same team. Once I realized that and appreciated that more, man, I just thank God and I go out there hype every day just because I know like a lot of people will want to be in this position. So it's lit man. I'm telling you, we would have having a lot of fun. We've always had the same little goals. We just so happened to like the same stuff off the court, hang out off the court. We just so happened to have the same goals. What are the chances of all that? We listen to the same music. What are the chances of all that? Like everyone's on the same page. So it's special man, special. You don't find all the time and I just want to cherish it for as long as I can and make the most of it, really. Well, you guys are a young team. There's no reason this can't last for a really long time, but it's been from the outside. It's been a blast to watch. ESPN. I don't know if you know this, but we are descending on Memphis in about ten days for any ESPN all access with the grizzlies when you guys played the nets on the 23rd of March. I think so we'll all see you there. But it's been a blast to watch you guys are fun to watch and keep on winning, man. Congrats on a great season. I think you are a candidate for defensive player of the year. And it's just been a lot of fun to watch. Congrats. Thank you, man. I appreciate you for having us and the ESPN thing. That goes a long way. I think this city deserves so much so much recognition and just for us to be able to put them on the map. It's huge. All access is something. I mean, that's like a legendary thing. We watch all accents. We was little and all access is crazy. So, you know, and I'm always going to advocate for myself. Thank you for having me. You know, I'm always going to, I have the utmost confidence and trust me, everything I got, everything I have, and that just comes from, you know, how I keep my circle hard, run my life, how I just operate, so yeah, me for the physical player of the year. We're going to try to get a ring. Come out to the games, man. I really don't care about nothing else except if you come get a ticket. Like, forget all that other stuff. Lou and we want to be on TNT. You want to be on ESPN. Man, y'all should fly here and come to the show in person, man. At the end of the day, real support really getting out there helps. I really like, I mean, trust me, if I was a fan, I'm coming to our games. I would literally, if I'm a fan, I'm coming to our games overall games. But yup, me, for defensive player of the year. And album of the year, there you go. Jaren Jackson junior, like I said, you guys are having fun. Thank you for coming on the low post podcast. So I'll see you in Memphis in about ten days. Thank you, sir. Thank you, man. Appreciate it..
"jaren" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Were in the middle right in between the draft day trade of Luca Dončić and Trae Young. You're right in between. Three and 5, you're four. Did you did you feel like that's all just going on around me and I'm pretty sure I'm going to Memphis or were you in suspense about where you were going? Were you following the trade rumors like everybody else because it feels like that draft is going to be talked about forever and no one talks about you not because you're not a great player but just because there was like no drama around your pig the drama is right above and right below you, but what was it like for you? I mean, it was my drive day experience. I was just doing it with my family and my Friends at the end of the day I was just hyped like geeked. I was going to the league. At that point going one cool one. You get told that you may go one through ten or one lotto or first round at any point as a 17 year old, 18 year old kid like you're going to be so hyped, like you're not going to care. You're not going to chips are going forward. They do and then after that you got to go ahead and you got to go ahead and go to your city and hoop. It's no more after that. You got to enjoy this day. So I wasn't about to I didn't even look, man. I didn't know about a trade rumor. I didn't care. I'm not going to lie and told you, I'm not going to lie and tell you. I didn't really have a sense. I totally had a sense. I have an elite team. Of course I have a sense of what's going on. But I'm going to still stay in the moment though. I was just in the moment. Anytime I ever got close to thinking about it, I just kind of wouldn't. I'm at the draft. I've been looking at the draft for a hundred years. We've been doing, I've been playing since I was 8 to get to this point right here and beyond, so ain't no way. I'm about to get caught up in, you know what I mean? I'm just playing it out. Let's talk off court stuff. You recently won the NBA's community assist award. You've done a ton of stuff with voting rights and access to the voting booth. How did you get into that as an issue that you really wanted to dig in? And give me something kind of specific that you've learned about it a specific obstacle that has to be overcome a specific sort of nuance of the law that you're like, wow, that's interesting. I need to learn more about that. How'd you get into this and what's really struck you? Well, it's always been in my family to give back. So it's been my family to be genuine about it. In my family, there's a saying to who much is given much is required, much required is the shorter version of what I take on and kind of project to, as part of my brand, but it is bigger than that, something I tell kids, you know, someone's always watching, there's going to be a lot of things around you, you're going to get any time you get a gift or an opportunity you need to make the most of it. So when much is given to you, I just required you to do something about it because there's a lot of kids, there's a lot of people out there that would want to do something about it, or something like that. And my parents had foundations growing up, camps growing up. So I wanted to do kind of the same sort of thing. And my team and my parents helped me for sure. They helped me get my feet under me and on how to do it. And years ago, maybe four years ago, three or four years ago before everything. I was outside with the kids. I would go to events. I'd be having fun. We'd be partying. We were doing partying. They're like 7 years old, but we were at like whatever you want to call, you know, I'm just out at different things with M and they appreciated that so much. So, and that's like, you know, for a kid, you don't understand, you don't understand real life how money is an issue. If you don't know understand how hard your parents are working. So after that, I started to focus on the parents and what they would need and financials and resources and I just felt like it was important to make their job easier because at the end of the day, if I could help a kids heart by just talking to them, I ain't gonna have no parents heart by talking to them. They got a whole nother job to do. They got a whole other thing to do. So, you know, that's a big key. Another key, what I focus on is women in sports, I make sure, you know, they get the voice they need, I'm always pushing that. I'm a big advocate of that. My mom works in the W and DPA. Should just work in it. She's the executive director of it. And you're the player. One of the grizzlies player reps. I am. Yeah, I am. I am the grizzly player rep. I'm knee deep in this, man. Trust me, I'm all about this. In terms of sports and women in sports and avocation and leadership, that's all with me and my family stand for and I plan to always take that responsibility and make the most of it. So what about the voting part of it? That's like, that's a human thing. That's like not even we're not even talking about sports, that's something. That's just, you know, you gotta use your voice. I used to work at the pose when I was younger, like kind of just helping out, but you know. Did you realize I didn't know that? I did a little thing for you. I had rock to vote in my draft suit. Oh, that's right. Yeah, I had it in my drive suit. So I've been doing this for a long time. And then at the end of the day, I have a cape for it all the time..
"jaren" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Frustrated. I just keep working. At the end of the day, like, yeah. Yeah, okay, you can tell somebody let it fly and you can tell somebody like, all right, but like go out there and just have no conscience, keep your confidence forever and just be great. Like, cool. That sounds great, it's easy. At the end of the day, mathematically, I have 82 games to play out of the game every other day. There's no way I'm about to get hung up on a game, game the game when it's over. I'm about to give him my absolute all in game the game. I'm gonna have to prepare myself for the best chance to go out there and do it. So I mean, all right, let's say you go over 80. And then you got a game in two days. So you can get on a plane and you're like, damn. Like to go into the next game, you gotta act like you just went, you just had 80. You just had 80. You gotta act like that. So you can just have your, you know? You just had that. So that's how I always play. I'm gonna just play like I had it, and eventually that joint gonna go in, 'cause I mean, you've seen me when I've missed a ton. You see me when I made a turn. So, I mean, whatever. You know, it's funny if I'm missing a ton, maybe it'll back up and then I'll get a bunch of hope. There you go. Well, who knows who cares? At the end of the day, I'm gonna give it like, I'm gonna just do exactly what it's gonna take to win. I've been proven so many areas and I'm gonna continue to do that next summer in the summer after that and a lot of that was just how I can get to the basket and finish and that's improved so much for me and thank God for that. But you're right. I do need to get to the point where I make sure I don't, I don't take that for granted and just forget about shooting just because, you know, you go in a slump, you're just like, oh, I can get to the rim every time. No. You gotta respect the shot. That's why the rim is opening up. That's why that stuff happens, but all that is for a real basketball head is like, we real best way, you know what I'm talking about, you know what I'm talking about, but like if everyone else, you know, iconic gris moment number two, you were trailing the play when John morant jumped into the stratosphere and pinned Avery Bradley shot on the backboard. In Los Angeles, the block of the year, maybe the play of the year, honestly. I feel like it was the play that announced ja as like, okay, superstar, grizzlies as, okay, this team's last year, anyone they're good. I want you to tell me, take me back to that place, 'cause you're jogging behind John. You're getting back on defense. Do you see it coming? And as he's in midair, are you like, oh my God, he's gonna get that and like, when you close your eyes and think about that, what do you remember? I already knew he was gonna get it. I just didn't know how. So I seen him do his little thing with his feet. He does a little steps, he tries to see it. Same thing I do. You just try to like, you just try to time it up. He's more of like, he's just trying to get to a certain spot on the floor and jump. He's less worried about how they're gonna shoot. He gonna jump as high as he can. So I'm like, damn. But funny enough, I think he was trying to catch it, but he just jumped too high and too hard that he hit the basket. So he literally couldn't. Funny, it's funny how y'all think that's like the play that did it. Did it? Look, I'm watching you guys all the time. Not to play that made your team or change the dynamic. The play that made the casual fan who's watching LeBron, who's watching Steph, take notice and be like, wow, they got, they got something cooking down here. For sure. People in stables got a kick out of that one. Dudes has rockets in his caps. So he's out here, I can't even. I'm seeing this every night, so I can't really tell exactly what I was thinking, but I definitely was like, probably the next play I looked at BC and I'm like, that's probably the best block I've ever seen live. Ever. Ever in life. It's probably the craziest thing. But it's so early in the game that I just gotta be like, all right, well let's keep going. You know what I mean? That's the game you blow them out and Desmond bane and LeBron get into a little tiff. Where LeBron is kind of telling them, hey, gay kid, just play, man. You don't got rub it and just play. And you guys all, everyone gets separated. You were actually taking Desmond away, not a way, but like walking back with him a little bit. Kyle Anderson's laughing. Everyone's kind of laughing. And that's when you guys, that's when everyone I think also took note of like, man, these guys are serious. They don't take anything from anyone. That's LeBron James and they're kind of laughing at the whole incident because they want to get under your skin. They take pride in being a team that plays so hard with such physicality and such trash talk too that they get you riled up. So did you, did you hit in that moment, be like, man, we're kind of pissing off LeBron and we're not backing down from that or is that that's just who you.
"jaren" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Games you start at the four next to Steve-O are we calling Stephen Adam Steve-O now is that what we've said on? Steve Steve O just Steve Seaver stevo. Okay, so you started to start guarding fours. Then when you play with a Brandon Clark, you usually guard 5s. You're the center instead of the four. Do you have a preference? Do you care? Do you feel like do you like one better than the other is one more fun than the other? Or do you care at all? No, I don't care. If you're supposed to say, is that true? Yeah, I'm on the floor. I'm playing. I'm in the game. I definitely don't care. Speaking of Steve-O, you've had the gris have had a lot of like iconic viral moments this year. One of them was Tony Bradley and John Moran getting into a little scuffle in a bull's grizzlies game and Steven Adams just lifting a very hard human Tony Bradley and caring across the court like a parent taking his child out of an argument. You're watching that, is that did you guys register like, wow, that's really funny? Did you give Steve some crap after the game? 'cause that was even Stan van Gundy on the broadcast was like, he just literally carried that dude, Allen. Yeah. Steve-O picked me up before on OKC. So he did it as a joke, any kind of just lifting me up one time at the free throw line. And I was like, man, this dude. But now he's on my team. And I saw him do it. I was like, this is so funny. He just demoralized him by just picking him up. And just so funny. I know he thought it was funny. He definitely thought it was funny. Like, he just, you gotta laugh it off, bro what you gonna do, get mad, airborne, you look like a toddler. You're just getting carried. So it was math funny. That's what Steve-O does though. He got our back. He gonna do it. He gonna make you, what are you gonna be tough for like, you gonna try to be tougher than Steve-O? He knows that. That's not even. He's so tough that he don't play that game. He just gonna be like, what are we doing, man? Come on man. Back to your defense. I was talking to Bill Simmons on my podcast this week. And he said, why are the odds on Jaron's actions junior to win defensive player of the why aren't they? Why aren't they lower? Like he should be really in the conversation. I was like, oh, I thought he was in the conversation. I've heard it. I mean, you know, we can rattle off the names and all of this, but is that an award? Like, do you feel like I want to win that award? I deserve that award, or is it almost early? How do you feel about that? Hell yeah, I want to. There you go. Everything I want. I take pride in defense. I take pride about just being there for my teammates, being an anchor, you gotta do it every night. There's no nights off doing it. It may not go the way you want always. You know, nothing's perfect, but I'm gonna give it my all. And at the end of the day, I feel like the things I can do defensively, I mean, there's just a lot of different things I have a responsibility to do. I have to switch on the guards. I have to be anchor. I got a black shots, chase down. I got a black shots on ball off ball, half court full court. I gotta be able to, I mean, guard a guard in the clutch and switch one through 5. I gotta be able to just be able to, you know, I gotta be able to talk. I gotta be able to listen. I gotta be a quarterback. It's kinda like being a quarterback on defense. It's crazy. So, I mean, and I mean, I'm leading the league in blocks. I don't know what I have. That's pretty cool. I didn't even know I really was for a while. Didn't even know I was close, but I knew probably I was getting close after getting like 5, 6 in a row. A couple of games. So I don't know, man. I'm doing it, man. For real. And at the end of the day, like offensively, I have responsibilities too. So it's a lot of stress. On the body, that's not just like, I'm going out there just, you know, with that in mind, I have to do both. And especially and especially when ja was out, I had to step it up and all areas, and I had to make sure that offensively I was on point. And I was able to do both. So there's no hiding if you're me, man, but I'm blessed with my height and my gifts and my quickness and my footwork and I'm using it. So, you know, defensive player to you, man. That's what I want. It is, it is taxing, though, to play really hard on both ends of the floor. That's one of the things there's a push and pull, the more you give on one of the more responsibility you have on offense, the more you kind of want to take a possession off or something on defense, you have been able to do that, which leads me to my next question. Your number one skill when you came into the league, the one you established right away was, oh wow, this dude is a knock down three point shooter. This guy's a big man who can shoot threes on the move, coming off screens, off the dribble. You're at 31% from three this year. Are you frustrated? Like just waiting for, I know the breakout is coming. I know I'm way better shooter than this. The shot feels good. It's coming, or do you just, do you just not even know what your did I just tell you what your percentage is?.
"jaren" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"I mean, eventually you're gonna lose that game. Of course, his last game was the hawks game, and then he seen us play ten games and then he'd come back. And then we lose and he's probably like, damn, I'm trying to win. I'm trying to win like now they was winning. But then we go on a crazy street after that. So I mean, it just goes to show that anything. You just keep doing, you're supposed to do anything. I'm telling you, that was crazy. That was a crazy experience, man. Him being out for like that. I would say one of the most important individual skill things that has happened in the NBA this season is what you have done on defense because even after last season and like you said, you missed most of the season. There were all these all these questions that I would ask that other people in the media had asked that people are in the league would ask, like, huh. Can Sharon canger and defend well enough to play center? Wow, maybe he can only defend well enough to play a four 'cause he's not the rim protector. Should he be switching? Is he gonna be a comfortable to drop back? What if he can't get good enough at any of these things to anchor a defense? And they're like flash forward 6 months. You lead the league in blocked shots. Just regularly like, he had 5 tonight 6 tonight, for the other day, but it's not like you're chasing these shot blocks at the expense of rebounding or you're just out of position. You've just almost from the outside, not from the inside I'm sure not from your experience from the outside in like a blink, made a leap from question to elite. What has that been like from the inside? Like, what did you do this off season? Is any of this surprising to you? Or did you always know? I mean, I read old stories from college and high school about how you loved defense. You took pride in defense. Did you always know at the NBA level? Forget position, forget skiing like I can be this defensively or even you a little surprise how fast it happened. Well, I mean, when I was really younger, I was playing with some talented players, even when I was like 8, ten years old. Those guys, I mean, they've gone on to be prolific on what they do. I play with guys like Brandon slater and Justin Moore, who go to Villanova right now. Those are two really nice wings, and they'll be in the league soon. And I remember back then, they were so talented at scoring back then. And before my scoring became what it was, I was like, I need to make an impact somehow. I want to touch the ball. So I'd always go in black shots. And back then guards weren't that good. I'm going to be honest. It just weren't worth 8. They don't know how to reverse they're only going to shoot one side of the rim. They only got right hand. So I know the timing. I would just, you know, almost just let guards go to the rim so you could just time and block shots and used to be so much fun. Guards started getting better, I had to get better. As I got more gar skills and I got more and most of my shots, like they're not always in the post, sometimes I'm driving sometimes I'm shooting. So I'm taking a lot of shots that the guards that I have to contest are shooting too. So I know different timings on how I would want to shoot. So I kind of just get in their head. I'm like, all right, bet. You're coming in the lane. You're doing this. When would I want to shoot it against me if I'm worried about me? When would I want to? So I jump at that time. I don't jump at the time where everyone else would jump. I'm going to jump super early because I know you're going to want to shoot a quick or if I know you're going to try a slow step me like if it's Luca or some guy who does stuff like that. Then I'm going to try to time it. Now I'm not going to jump and I'm going to wait till you release the ball and see if I have a chance then and if I don't block it, at least I made it hard enough for you to take a tough shot 'cause sometimes it ain't about blocking shots. That's why I think maybe okay, you had questions about what I could be in terms of an anchor. I probably got that first real test in the playoffs against Rudy and we didn't win that series, but I had to do a lot with that. And that taught me a lot. So boom, now I get a lot. I got a training camp. I get a full summer to prepare. I'm back in our understand more. It's not all about the block. It's about making it hard we're pros. So you try to make it hard as possible under the person coming at you. So once you do that, if you think like that, then you'll block shots. Then it'll happen. If you just think box shots, you're just gonna fall out. Just gonna fall out, you ain't gonna get no blocks. It's just not gonna work like that. Which has been the fowls are one of the only issues left. I need to sit down and watch all your fouls. What foul, what fouls the low hanging fruit for you to like cut out of your game? What's the one bad foul habit that you gotta get out now? Can't have any frustration fails. And you can't, I mean, sometimes it'd be offensive screens or just fighting. I've long arms. Sometimes I might hit somebody with the end of my arm. 7 foot, 7 foot, four wingspan. There's a lot I have to control all the time. I can't get, there's a lot of things you can't do. You can't, you can't do a lot. You can't play with your hands. If you really can't, you have to make sure you are back. You can not do anything, do not touch any. It's really not touching anybody. Because if your arms down, if your arm is down by your side and someone hits you, is a violin you. If your arm was up and it hits your side, it's not about. It's a little things. You just got to know the rules of change over the years. It was a little niches. But to be honest, I mean, it used to be worse, for sure, it used to be worse for me, and I had to overcome that. But I never was worried. And people asked me all the time. Like, oh my God. I was never, I was never. I was never worried. I just knew like, man, eventually, it's just not going to happen. And I mean, yeah, for sure, I mean, it changed. But at the same time, I also know the way I play and the amount of impact I'm gonna have, I'm gonna get some. The problem is, I can't get the one, like I can't get something stupid. Like I can't get the one that's like frustration or just really out of bounds because if I'm gonna get two, let's say I'm gonna get two from playing hard and trying to block shots and I get like 5 blocks and I get two fouls cool. That's fine, but at the end of the day like I can't have like I can't have like two other ones that are like bad like that..
"jaren" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"And now, the low post. Welcome to the low post podcast we're excited to be joined today by one of the key players on one of the best teams in the NBA. That's right. Just one of the flat out best teams in the NBA, not a surprise, not a plucky underdog, not an up and coming team, just one of the best teams in the NBA from the Memphis Grizzlies. Jaren Jackson junior, how are you, sir? I'm good. How are you? I'm hanging in. You like that one of the best teams. If you guys, do you feel like you've transitioned in the media in the NBA environment from, oh, this is kind of a fun feel good story to, oh crap, dude, do you guys are just good? Yeah, I've never really thought about it like that because I think what made it so good is we never paid attention and I mean media and you guys like everybody does such a great job of covering sports. I'm a fan myself. I'm interested in what's going on. Like I'm always paying attention to the standings, like games, stuff like that, but I mean, obviously in my job, it's more efficient for you to just lock in on what you have to do. And that's just, you know, staying focused is tunnel vision. It's kind of like the same thing. So when the media, like the media's job, like their job, they're locked in on coverage, how to get the most attention, how to get the most viewership, which increases revenue, which feeds their families. So I've always understood how that works. Like the different jobs in a different lanes of everybody. So I've been able to respect it a lot, but I mean, I love the fact that we're getting covered more. So my grandma can watch, she can watch on her little her little TVs before we upgraded her to lead passing all that. She wanted to see more of my games, so that's dope. More TNT, more ESPN. Well, I don't think you guys are gonna have a problem with that over the next over the next few years. So you guys are, as we're taping this, it's Thursday afternoon, march 10th, I think. So it might be a couple of days before this goes up. As of right now, you guys are 36 and 12 since starting the season 9 and ten. 36 and 12. So I want you to take me back. A lot of hype around the grizzlies made the playoffs last year. Beat the warriors into play in tournament, get in the playoffs, lose, but like, you know, you put yourselves on the map. Then you start out 9 and ten and in that 19th game in 9 and ten jog gets hurt, goes down against the hawks with what looks like a knee injury. How do you guys take me in that locker room? Take me into the next few days because everyone at that point is like, oh man, there's seasons on the brink. Like if they just go 500 without job, that's a win they stay alive. And it wasn't on the brink at all. You guys just took off like gangbusters after that, but take me inside the team at that moment. What do you remember? Well, I mean, if you go back, all right, so we started off 9 ten, right? I can't even tell you if I really remember what we were thinking at that point. I think we were just like, I hadn't played much the year before, so I'm figuring everything out. We're gelling together. Steve-O's here, we're new. We're figuring it out. It's like figuring out mode. We have utmost confidence in ourselves and what the work we put in in the summer. So talent really wasn't something we were thinking about. We were just like, man, we know we can click, we know we got it. Sorry, boom. We keep playing. We keep playing. We get on a little street, right? Jog goes down. Now, when Joe went down, I remember that game, hogs game at home, jar goes down. Blow out while you guys lose about 32. Yeah. 32. As demoralizing as it gets for the 19th game of the season. For sure. 32 points, that hurt, yeah. But I didn't even, it was like the store didn't even matter to me. I think my mind just had gone to the next, I was thinking about job. I wasn't thinking about nothing else. I didn't care. I was like, yeah, what's 12 on? What's happening? I didn't even want to play really anymore, to be honest. It sucks to say, but I really didn't want to play that part of the game just getting at me. I couldn't get over it for that. For that game, after the game, I mean, we're finding out what's up. The greatest news we heard was that he didn't have to have surgery. He wasn't about to miss no year. So cool. Boom. He's about to miss however many games. We got to lock in. We come together real quick. We understand we gotta lock in, but the difference is he's right there. He's right there, he's talking to us. He's on the same page. He knows he's on the bench every game. He's instilling practice. That matters. That matters, as you guys keep going. Of course, of course it matters, because I mean, that's our brother. We need that. We just need your presence, bro we need you to because you're feeling your shoes right now. We're feeling your shoes or feeling what you do. So boom. He's doing that. He's always around. It helps to translate. And then we went on the street and we didn't even know we were really doing it until we were doing it. And so we look up and it's like, all right, we went in like 8 games, like one like 9 out of ten games. And it's like, okay, us being able to hold it down. We were just so excited until he got back like, man, it was like, man, we can't wait till you get back, bro, 'cause we've been able to hold it down. You don't have to come back and feel rust or anything. Just get your flow back, really. And he came back, and I remember he came back and we lost. So it's like, he's like, you know, you know, but I mean, that clearly never mattered..
Grizzlies hold off late rally by Hornets to win 5th straight
"The Grizzlies picked up their fifth straight win by holding off the Hornets won twenty five one eighteen led by John Marantz twenty six points and Desmond bane's twenty five Memphis scored at least one hundred twenty for the fifth straight game jaren Jackson and Steven Adams each had double doubles in the Grizzlies eighth win in nine games Jackson finished with eighteen points and ten rebounds while Adams delivered fifteen points eleven boards to help Memphis moved to forty eight eighteen Terry Rozier had thirty five points and ten rebounds for the Hornets Charlotte has dropped seven of its last date I'm Dave Ferrie
Morant tallies 30 points again as Grizzlies rout Clippers.
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Ja Morant scores 33, leads Grizzlies' 135-115 rout of Magic
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Jackson, Morant lead Grizzlies past Knicks, 120-108
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Grizzlies win 11th straight, beating Timberwolves 116-108
"The the Grizzlies Grizzlies team team record record winning winning streak streak is is now now eleven eleven games games following following a a one one sixteen sixteen one one await await decision decision over over the the Timberwolves Timberwolves Desmond Desmond bane bane scored scored twenty twenty one one points points and and jaren jaren Jackson Jackson junior junior added added twenty twenty main main sensor sensor late late game game defense defense was was the the difference difference we we found found a a way way to to get get stops stops you you know know down down the the stretch stretch I I mean mean we've we've been been able able to to score score the the ball ball all all year year long long in in you you know know just just came came down down to to our our defense defense John John Moran Moran had had sixteen sixteen points points nine nine assists assists and and eight eight rebounds rebounds and and John John Kantar Kantar added added fifteen fifteen points points and and a a career career best best seventeen seventeen boards boards Brandon Brandon Clark Clark chipped chipped in in fourteen fourteen points points including including two two free free throws throws with with one one forty forty seven seven left left to to put put the the Grizzlies Grizzlies ahead ahead to to stay stay Anthony Anthony Edwards Edwards led led the the wolves wolves with with thirty thirty points points d'angelo d'angelo Russell Russell had had twenty twenty nine nine in in Karl Karl Anthony Anthony towns towns twenty twenty five five with with nine nine boards boards I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Grizzlies beat Clippers, tie team win mark with 8th straight
"Memphis Memphis one one at at eighth eighth in in a a row row to to equal equal a a franchise franchise record record with with a a one one twenty twenty three three one one away away blow blow out out over over the the clippers clippers the the Grizzlies Grizzlies led led by by as as much much as as twenty twenty five five in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter while while missing missing star star player player jamarat jamarat out out with with a a thigh thigh injury injury the the grease grease got got twenty twenty six six points points from from jaren jaren Jackson Jackson junior junior and and twenty twenty three three from from Desmond Desmond bane bane Brandon Brandon Clark Clark was was solid solid on on both both ends ends eighteen eighteen points points and and fifteen fifteen rebounds rebounds Marcus Marcus Morris Morris senior senior scored scored a a season season high high twenty twenty nine nine to to lead lead the the clips clips who who have have lost lost five five in in a a row row at at home home mark mark Myers Myers Los Los Angeles Angeles
Brooks, Jackson lead Grizzlies in 126-91 blowout of 76ers
"The the Grizzlies Grizzlies stayed stayed hot hot by by firing firing at at a a fifty fifty three three percent percent clip clip in in a a one one twenty twenty six six ninety ninety one one pounding pounding of of the the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers Dillon Dillon Brooks Brooks dropped dropped in in twenty twenty three three points points and and jaren jaren Jackson Jackson junior junior added added twenty twenty two two as as Memphis Memphis won won for for the the eighth eighth time time in in nine nine games games all all after after John John Brandt Brandt went went down down with with an an injury injury Brooks Brooks says says Memphis Memphis has has learned learned to to win win without without Moran Moran at at a a point point where where we're we're just just plugging plugging in in guys guys and and guys guys ready ready to to play play and and is is it it should should be be the the coach coach true true to to the the guys guys that that come come in in and and work work hard hard every every single single day day our our main main reason reason I I keep keep rolling rolling Tyrese Tyrese Maxey Maxey had had a a team team high high twenty twenty three three points points for for the the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers who who shot shot four four for for twenty twenty two two from from three three point point range range and and played played with with that that you're you're willing willing to to be be due due to to rib rib soreness soreness I'm I'm the the ferry ferry
Grizzlies ride second-half push to 108-95 win over Lakers
"Jaren jaren Jackson Jackson junior junior dropped dropped in in twenty twenty five five points points and and Desmond Desmond bane bane at at a a twenty twenty three three in in the the grizzly grizzly six six women women seven seven games games one one await await ninety ninety five five versus versus a a Lakers Lakers Memphis Memphis pulled pulled away away by by opening opening the the final final period period on on a a nine nine to to run run giving giving them them the the first first double double digit digit lead lead for for either either team team the the Grizzlies Grizzlies one one without without forward forward Dillon Dillon Brooks Brooks who who entered entered health health and and safety safety protocol protocol earlier earlier in in the the day day the the Lakers Lakers were were sloppy sloppy with with the the ball ball committing committing nineteen nineteen turnovers turnovers during during the the first first three three quarters quarters affidavit affidavit scored scored a a team team high high twenty twenty two two points points for for the the Lakers Lakers and and lebron lebron James James had had a a triple triple double double with with twenty twenty points points eleven eleven assists assists and and ten ten rebounds rebounds I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Update on the latest sports
"AP AP sports sports five five a a nearly nearly thirty thirty year year record record went went down down to to the the NBA NBA the the largest largest margin margin of of victory victory the the Memphis Memphis Grizzlies Grizzlies took took apart apart the the Oklahoma Oklahoma City City thunder thunder one one fifty fifty two two seventy seventy nine nine of of seventy seventy three three point point victory victory for for the the griz griz records records are are meant meant to to be be broken broken all all those those things things that that people people say say so so what what motivates motivates us us every every single single day day is is about about just just playing playing our our best best basketball basketball and and I I think think over over the the last last three three games games we've we've done done a a lot lot better better job job with with that that Memphis Memphis coach coach Taylor Taylor Jenkins Jenkins whose whose team team led led by by as as many many as as seventy seventy eight eight jaren jaren Jackson Jackson junior junior led led the the scoring scoring for for the the griz griz with with twenty twenty seven seven the the Chicago Chicago Bulls Bulls blew blew a a twenty twenty one one point point lead lead regrouped regrouped to to beat beat the the New New York York six six one one ninety ninety one one fifteen fifteen the the Martin Martin Rosen Rosen rose rose up up in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter eighteen eighteen of of his his team team high high thirty thirty four four is is fine fine when when we we go go out out there there compete compete you you know know we we we we we we face face adversity adversity at at times times and and not not feel feel good good when when we we come come out out come come out out on on top top Milwaukee Milwaukee had had its its eight eight game game winning winning streak streak ended ended in in Toronto Toronto the the raptors raptors beat beat the the box box ninety ninety seven seven ninety ninety three three the the box box did did not not play play leading leading scorer scorer got got a a son son of of a a couple couple who who set set out out with with a a calf calf injury injury lebron lebron James James has has been been cleared cleared to to play play again again after after missing missing one one game game out out of of the the NBA's NBA's health health and and safety safety protocol protocol NFL NFL Tampa's Tampa's Antonio Antonio brown brown one one of of three three players players suspended suspended for for three three games games for for violating violating covert covert nineteen nineteen protocol protocol Thursday Thursday night night football football Dallas Dallas got got back back on on the the winning winning track track after after its its thanksgiving thanksgiving day day loss loss they they had had their their way way with with New New Orleans Orleans twenty twenty seven seven to to seventeen seventeen thousand thousand lost lost three three of of its its previous previous four four games games was was playing playing without without head head coach coach Mike Mike McCarthy McCarthy was was out out under under covert covert protocol protocol but but dak dak Prescott Prescott and and company company still still prevailed prevailed Prescott Prescott threw threw a a touchdown touchdown pass pass the the Michel Michel Galopin Galopin Tony Tony Padron Padron fifty fifty yards yards for for another another TD TD call call us us walk walk and and scored scored on on a a twenty twenty nine nine yard yard interception interception return return one one of of four four picks picks for for the the cowboys cowboys defense defense off off taste taste in in hell hell making making his his first first start start of of the the year year for for the the saints saints I'm I'm John John Merriam Merriam at at HL HL forty forty two two save save died died for for goalie goalie Jeremy Jeremy swim swim and and pave pave the the way way for for Boston's Boston's two two nothing nothing win win over over Nashville Nashville it's it's fun fun to to watch watch guys guys are are taking taking pride pride the the defensive defensive zone zone and and also also any any offenses offenses on on I I was was had had the the best best seat seat in in the the house house watching watching him him work work you you know know play play together together a a lot lot of of talk talk out out on on the the ice ice college college football football coach coach Bronco Bronco Mendenhall Mendenhall stepping stepping down down in in Virginia Virginia check check Freeman Freeman AP AP sports sports
Grizzlies throttle Thunder by NBA-record 73-point margin
"The the Grizzlies Grizzlies have have won won the the most most lopsided lopsided game game in in NBA NBA history history a a one one fifty fifty two two seventy seventy nine nine dismantling dismantling of of the the funder funder jaren jaren Jackson Jackson junior junior nailed nailed six six three three pointers pointers and and contributed contributed a a season season high high twenty twenty seven seven points points the the Anthony Anthony Melton Melton scored scored nineteen nineteen points points connecting connecting on on eight eight of of ten ten shots shots and and three three of of five five from from outside outside the the arc arc the the seventy seventy three three point point victory victory eclipse eclipse Cleveland's Cleveland's one one forty forty eight eight eighty eighty win win over over Miami Miami in in December December nineteen nineteen ninety ninety one one Luthor Luthor had had a a team team high high fifteen fifteen points points in in Oklahoma Oklahoma city's city's eighth eighth straight straight loss loss on on the the ferry ferry
Grizzlies win 2nd straight without Morant, top Raptors 98-91
"Jaren jaren Jackson Jackson junior junior scored scored twenty twenty five five points points and and Desmond Desmond bane bane had had twenty twenty three three is is the the Grizzlies Grizzlies dump dump the the raptors raptors ninety ninety eight eight ninety ninety one one they they made made five five three three pointers pointers in in Jackson Jackson had had for for for for the the Grizzlies Grizzlies who who never never trailed trailed and and led led by by as as many many as as seventeen seventeen points points in in their their second second straight straight win win without without star star John John Moran Moran Amy Amy Jackson Jackson combined combined to to shoot shoot nine nine of of sixteen sixteen from from three three point point range range the the rest rest of of the the Grizzlies Grizzlies were were one one for for eighteen eighteen from from downtown downtown Pascal Pascal Siakam Siakam scored scored twenty twenty points points Scottie Scottie Barnes Barnes had had nineteen nineteen and and Fred Fred vanvleet vanvleet fifteen fifteen in in Toronto's Toronto's third third consecutive consecutive loss loss on on the the ferry ferry
Jackson's big finish helps Grizzlies edge Jazz, 119-118
"The Grizzlies scored the game's final seven points to stun the jazz one nineteen one eighteen Memphis was down by two when jaren Jackson junior won a jump ball from Rudy go bear then drained a game winning three ball with five point seven seconds left which made coach Taylor Jenkins a happy man our guys competed you know unbelievable game full forty eight minutes we just kept fighting our guys your state boys executed what we need to do captrust in a game plan trust our teammates recorded big wins and Joe Moran was game high with thirty two points for the Grizzlies who have won three of four as for the jazz the defeat snaps a three game win streak I'm Bruce Morton
Ridder breaks Cincinnati TD record, No. 2 Bearcats beat USF
"Desmond Ridder threw for two touchdowns and ran for another is C. if P. number five Cincinnati beat South Florida forty five twenty eight Ritter became the Bearcats all time leader in passing TD's and completed thirty one of thirty nine for three hundred four yards this was the very last touchdown of the season how may not much more but you know there's so many more to go still still a lot of work we can improve on so a lot of things I can get better at Ryan Montgomery ran for two scores including a fifty five yard scamper the capped the scoring the Bearcats retainer no for just the second time in program history jaren Mangham had two rushing touchdowns for South Florida which is dropped nineteen straight against top twenty team since upsetting Notre Dame in October twenty eleven I'm the ferry
Wizards have 7 in double figures, rout Grizzlies 115-87
"Had eighteen points and eight rebounds to lead the wizards balanced attack in a one fifteen eighty seven routed the Grizzlies Bradley Beal was one of seven Washington players to score in double figures finishing with seventeen points that's great knows the system new coach new players and guys who were vets were to stand you know time score it stops in the bucket and enlisting the leads you know we we we keep our foot on the gas and that if the wizards lead sixty forty seven at halftime then went on a twenty three six run in the third quarter to break the game open it was Washington's most lopsided win of the season and its first in five meetings with Memphis jaren
QB Debate Continues as No. 13 Florida Routs USF 42-20
"Thirteenth ranked Florida use outstanding play from two quarterbacks to defeat South Florida forty two to twenty starter Emory Jones ran for one score and threw a touchdown pass to Xavier Henderson for another Gator backup quarterback Anthony Richardson threw two touchdown passes to Jacob Copeland and scampered eighty yards for another score Jones was happy that both excelled we just go with the flow every week and every job go slow and the my columns and write my lover and you gotta be ready to go out there and L. savings opportunity south Florida's jaren Mangham provided the brightest moments for bulls fans on touchdown runs of one and three yards I'm Tom Aikens
"jaren" Discussed on Katie Couric
"It off me And it's been an amazing actually makes my head hurt to address this but let's say that's what my mad hard to start with is what my head on. My head began to her. To begin with. it's been really A giant setting down of boundaries boundaries. Are i love my boundaries. And my boundaries. Love me did you not always have them. I mean is this thing in heaven. I mean i think the whole world is probably aware of how much i didn't have boundaries. I think the whole world has seen really clearly with their own too. Little is how much. I was abused for. Not having boundaries. I think the whole world as experienced jaren stones abuse lack of boundaries. I think we all are really clear that i have been abused for lack of boundaries. I think the whole world is really understanding that i have been manipulated by lack of boundaries and understanding that i can actually say. Get the fuck off me. My answer is no no actually means an oh back it up. I think that the whole world has seen. The tire treads across my face. And yes..
One Woman Dead, 5 Injured in Shooting Outside Ohio Strip Mall
"In ohio. A drive by shooting at a memorial vigil for an earlier homicide victim killed a passing motorist and wounded five people in the crowd including a twelve year old child. According to columbus detectives group had gathered at around seven pm last saturday in a ping plaza. Parking lot south east of the city to mark one year since their home aside victim was killed at the same location. In april of twenty twenty twenty eight-year-old jaren hickman was killed thereafter. A drug deal involving marijuana went back at about seven thirty pm. Police said dark colored sports utility vehicle drove past the vigil and someone opened fire injuring five people and killing one thirty nine year old latoya carpenter who was driving past. The location was fatally struck in the head by gunfire and crashed into a parked car in an apartment building. Parking lot next door carpenter was pronounced dead at the scene. All five of the victims at the vigil who were shot were taken to hospitals and were in stable condition. Mayor andrew ginther posted a message on twitter. Saying quote enough. Put down the guns. We must come together to end the violence that is tearing community apart. Share what you know with police to get dangerous criminals off the street. Police said to me in custody and asked anyone with information to contact the franklin county. Sheriff's office
"jaren" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Last two. three something years now and we're nowhere close to getting that fight but if we have a chance to see champion by champion will be about as you have the goal toward because we as rough too many politics in deciding who's on this side of the sweet. But if i have a window the make if we can make a good fight that people wanna see now. I'd rather go for that. Because i had the way boxing day are saying it's a smart earlier titles as you can see. They switch hands like that now. Like when coming into twenty twenty one you had me. Joe dias All with belts tat one thing or another Judge he lost his title because the whole the whole situation which outlaws tunnel to ask a boundaries in fight that people actually gave bow. There's less of a chance of winning. Denied the me beating. You know french and so that it changes that. If i had to i gotta go now. I agree and look i mean. There's no reason that the winner of valdez versus you couldn't fight you or and twenty twenty two. It's just another massive sailings love score. But he has time when his. We don't know i don't have it. You know amanda stage. Where they were bernard hopkins. Thirty five years old. His best friend came against trinidad. You know guards. I admire rinky right. It took commuters to get those those big When he got that maternity he took it when he fought Also you know. He took opportunity so opportunity to fight another champion light. Winky wright four chain machine with the champion will. They both had titles but shane he was demand. Why not take a badge of that in. Go fight another champion says to no further you know pad my own resume You know champion fighting champion champion chantey and talking to you right now. I mean i remember you after the pretty down like a lot of the stuff that was said and written sort of took a toll on you mentally to the point where you were talking about. Maybe i'll retire. Maybe frampton will be my last fight. You seem reinvigorated right now. Maybe that's a huge win will do for you. But you seem reinvigorated and not to say you're looking at the fight your forties but you seem to think you have some good fights ahead of you. I definitely do. I did because i just needed his need the rest and christie macaluso smeeting. So you see are more ways of fan of the sport. And when i see all the other good man i wanna be imparted. Something big myself out Because you know. I live. I live i live right. I don't out here like right now at home resting not out here partying in clubs celebrating because of my big window already. Not even a week later. I'm already looking forward to the next big thing you know. I always say to myself. I'll done but right now..
"jaren" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Let me know if you agree with this. If eddie was promoting ryan garcia he would not be advised. Evan haney like he just wouldn't like it's not drying garcia. His popularity is on a different level than devastating right now and there is no real. Push to have garcia fight. Haney the boxing people think it's a great fight but the masses at large. I don't think they know enough about it. And haney as i've said in recent broadcasts like just hasn't done enough to kind of push that fight more into the forefront just these these decisions and the way against your skin bow to me that doesn't create a mandate to see haney versus garcia. What do you think. I think that i totally understand what he's trying to do. Because you know he's promoter. He's he's doing his job. You can get your guys some shine by mentioning the other guy. Even at the fight doesn't happen. That's still a positive for devastating. Because he can say look in got the wbz lightweight champ. And he's the interim champion. They should be fighting. You know he doesn't want to take this fight and he can drum up interest like that. I understand that haney is very talented fighter. On very high on my. I've been watching them for a long time. You know ease outstanding. But but a matchup between garcia haney. Not the one that the fans in the you know. Boxing are demanding. There are other fights in the lightweight. Division that could involve other guys whether it's a tank davis or it's tv best champion there. or ryan garcia or evan. Haney so i'd love to see the fight. But i understand that it's not a huge money right now I think it's a very complicated. Five ryan garcia. Even though i have the respect for for for his talents as well as any i just think style. Wise at this moment time You know it's a it's a real complicated difficult fight. And the risk reward factor. You have to take that into account and right now. It doesn't match up because the risk is does not is not outweighed by what the reward is for that fight so. I don't think that's going to happen right off. The bat ryan garcia has bigger names in his mind. A look they both have interesting fights coming up because ryan has a fight with heavier fortuna. Who's maybe not the a level contender. But he's a solid lightweight. Been around for a while you know has got a lot of experience has some nice winds. And he's got the fight with ours coming up.
"jaren" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Would you rather be triple jian. Kelo or i'll give you a better example manny pacquiao and floyd mayweather who fill up the mgm grand about sixteen thousand five hundred ish and the gates seventy five million. I mean you have a fraction of the number of people but massive amounts of money so in one sense you're right i don't that's why i don't think the fight happens in britain because the gate from the money standpoint which seems toll important that both of the athletes is gonna is destined to happen in another location where they can bring in more money. How much money is enough. I mean look tyson fury in joshua of both made you know nine figures in their careers. So i'm not begrudging them they have to go in there and get hit and do the damage and the damage but when is enough enough like at point. Are you satisfied for life that you don't have to worry about the money you know. I'm not telling them what to do. But you know if you really wanna make the legacy and that's what this fight is about. This is this is the big kahuna. Maybe the money should be slightly secondary. I'm not saying it's not important but at the end of the day for what they've already made the deal is one hundred million. Is your lifestyle going to change anything about your life going to change. If it's only like eighty oh come on. No i mean you can argue both sides. Because i mean there's a massive amount of money that they could get by waiting but there are other reasons. Take that fight sooner rather than later and go with with what you have and do it potentially in front of an enormous crowd and one of the most spectacular settings ever in british boxing. History a couple of other things here. Connor ben. The son of nigel. Benn he fights this weekend. Let me put it the question this way. Connor ben is still a bit of an unknown. As a boxer had virtually no amateur background has won. Some fights undefeated as a pro shown decent power. This is probably a step up. This type of fight against samuel vargas though. I'm getting a little bit tired of hearing about all the opponents. Marcus faces beat none of them. So it's like great knocked out of your con- early in their fight fantastic than he lost a wide decision. Are you put it this way. Are you getting tim zoo. Type vibes off of connor. Ben where you see a contender in the son of a former great or are you getting chevette junior type of vibes off of connor. Ben where you know. Maybe we might be looking at someone more pretender than contender..
"jaren" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"I don't know if he's doing day. Labor like he once was where he's out there at the construction site with the you know the the hammer and the nails and all that what they have a tree business and so he's like all the trees you know sawn trees and trees that's hard intense labor and as. You said he does not want to do that for the rest of his life. Not one thing he did between the time. The fight was postponed in february. Antonio is an this guy's is dedication you know. He was engaged and they had planned their wedding to take place in the week after the fight when it was supposed been february then the fight got took a couple of days off. Had the wedding took a few more days off. Got right back in the gym. So you know you didn't go on honeymoon. He didn't like spend time you know writing thank you notes for the for the gifts and all that you went right back to the jim and they can celebrate. I guess more after he wins. The title of takes care of it on saturday but disappointed when you have a fight. Cancel like that. It takes so much out of you emotionally. You gotta stay on weight Had a nice meal at the wedding and and then right back to the gym so he he's not had that honeymoon or that that time to rest or that vacation and he's been training for months because they weren't sure when the last time i was in happen to begin with even before it was scheduled for february so joe's had his eye on this for a long time. It's a it's a big deal form a second opportunity. One of the things. I wrote about chris you know he. He lost his first title. Shot against people who just completely box them took them apart and really had easy. Easy time with joe. And i give joe and and that whole team for understanding that they didn't have to make crazy wholesale changes but they had to do a couple of things and and refine his style which is what his trainer. Jerry did and You know it's worked because he's look really goodness to fight since then against a storm alvarez and and and the other victory had against Whose name escapes me. But another type jesse heart. Those are real solid victories for him and they they were he was not as Like wild with his punches they they pick their shots much better. I felt like and that was the thing that they talked about when i interview them. And we'll see if you can do it against last. Who's a little bit more of a mover than those other guys had. The lingering effects of covid is a good point to make. Because i'm of the opinion. Dan that the only way to beat joe smith is if you are in pristine condition and outbox him. For twelve rounds. Peoples good example. I don't think joe smith can ever be dmitry able. They could fight one hundred times and he would lose every single time because beeville is just the worst possible matchup. He is finally condition. An excellent boxer with just enough power to keep you from coming into crashing at him and going for one of those big knockouts a. Anybody else joe..
"jaren" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Djamil harry if he wins that fight chak or fight in two thousand. Twenty two is worth a lot more than it's worth right now and i just don't i never got the feeling from day. One that that herring. They didn't want to mess around with. Of course even know. Look no disrespect to hearing. But that's a bad fight for. That's a bad fight from all those guys in hundred thirty pound weight. Class in my estimation and so why mess around with that fight where you know. You'll make a payday but you can certainly much more if you can fight valdez and i. I would suspect that if he were beat valdez. A maybe there'd be a rematch on be at that point. Harry already talked about wanting to move up the lightweight you know. It's not like he makes thirty that easily. You probably looking at the fact of these worded of feed valdez. There might be a good offer from the tampa fight in the thirty five week last so i don't think we're ever seeing him in the ring. Wish course stevenson. I hope we see in the ring with oscar bell this. Yeah i'm with you there. And i think that's the most likely scenario for later on this year. Let's talk about the fights this weekend. Let's begin with the welterweight. Fight over on showtime gironde. Ns will take his step up opportunity. We saw sought with ryan garcia in january. With luke campbell we saw in march with virgil ortiz and maurice soccer. Now we're seeing on some level with doron. Ns and sergei lebanon's the toughest opponents of ennis's career the biggest name he could potentially add on his resume. Let's start with ennis's talent dan. You've been ranking prospects for a long time at espn now and other outlets. Where i mean how. How good is jeronimus. What would how would you evaluate him as a prospect simple at the end of two thousand and twenty. If i was still doing the prospect of the year award for espn which. I'm not anymore. But i still did it on my own. I considered john. Ns who was in my mind was a candidate that could have been the property in two thousand and nineteen as a prospect of the twenty twenty s. A fantastic talent comes from boxing family in around the gyms and philadelphia with with with so many top guys you know in terms of learning and exploring and just soak it in You know he. He can do a lot of stuff and i've seen him fight many times. I've seen him in person. I've seen him on television He's a real deal. And i think that you know you mentioned the other two guys have stepped up virgil ortiz ryan garcia. We're seeing all these guys who were in their early twenties. Twenty one twenty two twenty three. A lot of them are taking those steps up now. They may not be fighting each other yet. Hopefully we'll get to that in some of these different weight classes particularly at lightweight but in terms of ns taken on limping. That's who's tough solid. Good veteran a former title holder at one forty that that's legit step up but i think jaren is up to the task in a big way. This kid's going all the way my mind. What kind of test you expecting lebron to give him because this is a fairly accomplished guy..
"jaren" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast
"I was thinking nine months old. And i finally got the hang of like pressing so my dad was like the guy stuck in the corner. I can't let it play games with my mom was like you're an idiot. Just like unplug the controller and let him tap on it and let him my little sister to play the game and europe boo and he just fine and and so then you know. I got a fast forward a couple of months. I got about old enough to Figure out that the controller wasn't doing anything to try and plug it in so he would take any plug it in halfway and then i would be happily on and then by the time i was old enough to figure out i was like two and a half. Maybe three that the controller wasn't plugged. In all the way i was old enough to plug it in and i'm like knock it stuck in the corner right so So i was like two or three. And i was already bonding with my dad over. Video games off. Sweet and i remember distinctly a couple of milestones. One was final fantasy seven which i would always watch my dad. Play dying right now on offense and seven. Y'all got old enough to play it myself. I was like dad. Come reading the subtitles. Because i couldn't read yet and finally one day he was like i'm kinda tired of reading subtitles. Like figure out how to read for yourself. And i lost it. I threw a fit. It was awful. I like i never cried college at a very early age. I got i got. I had a meltdown. And then i went and i learned how to read and so final fantasy seven was kinda why i learned learned to read and after that it was it was all over. I remember for me. One of the big things was the spiro soundtrack member bump game disc that had all the extras and part of the camera. Disclose a game four-game sink or something like that. It was kind of an extras disc and they had a little six minute. Maybe max blurb about stuart copeland from the police and how he made the the soundtracks for the original spider dragons. And if you watch it's kind of funny now but because it was late nineties and he's sitting with an old like you know windows ninety five machine if that and he's got like a really early version pro tools or some media composer and he's got his little keyboard and he's tapping in notes and he's composing the soundtrack to spiral dragon the process and all that sort of stuff and i didn't really realize that was a huge influence. But like i've always loved those soundtracks very kind of foundational for me And that was you know that that has always been huge influence and it also is something you didn't just introduce me to game soundtracks spyros music and final. Fantasy is making all sorts of stuff. It also introduced me to the police right. I was interested in my dad. Like that's like company. He goes and puts on synchronicity to right. I was like all this is super. Let me tell you something so. He was youngster and So that was a way that i got into hi fi actually because my dad was an audio file he had big vendors. Kate speakers you know charged with the With the hi fi system right so it was..
"jaren" Discussed on AA Beyond Belief
"This is a beyond belief a podcast four by about people who have found a secular path to recovery in alcoholics anonymous. Hello today I am with Jaren. See Jared I believe is from Wisconsin and he wrote a really nice article that he submitted to a beyond belief a while ago. And I'm sorry I never posted it but I will and he wrote in there about a run that he had done that day or around that time he ran one hundred miles and he wrote about what he thinks when he runs. And Oh it was just a really nice short little piece and we're GONNA post someday but anyway. I thought I would really like to have this guy in the podcast. So here he is today. Jaren how you doing John. Thanks for having me on them Really enjoy your show. Thank you thank you very much. I enjoyed doing this as well. It's one of those things I never imagined that I would do. And now I can't imagine not doing it so you know how that is so What I like to do Jaren If you could start by just kind of introducing yourself your story and we'll just let that evolve into a conversation. Can you kind of give us a background about you? Know what got you into recovery to begin with Sure so I grew up in a suburb of Madison. And I would say I had just like a normal middle class upbringing. You know My parents are still married I never felt place I never saw. My parents like intoxicated. They weren't like Fargo. Where's my dad would have a couple of beers in the garage? It was never like I just didn't see alcoholism or experience that you know As far as a religious I would say my parents got me confirmed. I was baptized but they. They just didn't go to church very often. I think my mom would pop in on. Christmas was more like a social Community type thing but I think if you like ask my parents and they give you an honest answer. I don't think they they have some doubts. You know so But I do remember We were going. I was going to Sunday school as a part of the confirmation process and the kind of continued with that and one time we had a speaker talking to us about marriage family. Whatever was and somebody had brought up homosexuality and the guy said and it's my mom was just happened to be in the room and he had said something to the akin of if God wanted homosexuals in the world he would've made Adam and Steve so and then so right out right after that my mom to her credit took us out and you know we really haven't been back since so but as far as the drinking was concerned. I kind of had smoked pot and that really just wasn't my thing. I don't know why it just I could take it or leave it but I remember one time my dad had A. I don't know it's kind of a work party at her house. And like I said he doesn't drink all that much so he had a like a cake in the basement that was like barely gone and I had a couple of buddies over that night and I was probably fourteen and we would sneak after my parents had gone to bed. We would seek to that keg and just fill up our little cups and we go back to the room and we drink And I just remember not so much being like super intoxicated but I remember just feeling like this is an amazing feeling and I want more of it and the next day. I didn't feel well any think most people that have their first drunk. Oh I'm never going to do that again for me. It was like it became an obsession. I could not sit still in class. Was like Oh man. I can't wait till Saturday. How are we GONNA get beer? Let's make a plan to get beer and it was like it was constantly on my mind and I always wanted to drink from that moment on and it just it really took over took me really fast By the I was before I started drinking. I got pretty good grades so it was a pretty popular kid in my class I would say graduated high school. I was going to a community college and I had my own apartment and I would just drink by myself. It was weird before my friends would even pick me up to go to a house party or a bar. I was intoxicated. And then by the time I would get to those house parties or bar or whatever it was I was basically in a blackout so by the time I was eighteen nineteen I was just making a complete spectacle of myself Wake up Humiliated totally embarrassed and then to make myself feel better. I'd WanNa get drunk again to forget about that. So that just became the cyclical cycle of drinking nonstop. And I would say by the time I was in my early twenties. I was drinking pretty much. Every waking moment I got my first. Dui I blew a point four one so I was five times the legal limit you know. And that's that's where it took me. I was like a low bottom drunk and it got to the point. I heard in the rooms ally where we drank around people that made us feel like we weren't drunks and I never really. I couldn't find anybody that drink like I did. You know I was from the moment I woke up was just gang busters with drinking and so it was it was bad So fortunately When I was twenty five you know I pretty much lost everything I had tried. You know treatments and stuff and it just didn't work but I was doing it for the wrong reasons for my parents for some job that I had just lost again. You know I think I had the record for most call ins in it was just. It was a complete mess. I was sick. I was physically dependent on alcohol. And I think that's hard for a lot of people understand was if I wasn't shrinking I couldn't function and that's really sad place to be and then once I would sober up maybe in detox or whatever it was I would promise myself. I am not going to drink ever again. I cannot do this. I'm done and then as soon as I got a detox. I was back drinking again. And that was that obsession and I just it was. It just had such its claws in me and it was it was. It was just miserable and I didn't know what to do. So what happened. Finally that got you to ask for help get to AA or start your sobriety so I mean it was a combination of things you know. I was living with a girl. And she gave me the boot and basically My parents basically want to have anything to do with me anymore. I was just constantly letting them down. You know family members were just bear. Friends are embarrassed to go out with me. It's just it was. I was dying of alcoholism and I was dying of loneliness. You know I it was just I would sit in my apartment by myself just hoping that my phone would ring so that there could be some. Just talk to somebody and there was nobody so I remember Through various mandatory court things for my too drunk I would They made me go to like a once in a while and I didn't get much out of it But I knew I had to do something so we have a few times that you had to go at the back then so I was going to a couple small towns church basement meetings and they were you know there is only like a three or four five maybe people. They're like big book meeting and it was Kinda like I was forced to go there so I just kind of wanted to do my our and leave in. Oh yeah so. I didn't get a whole lot out of it. I remember there was one guy though that he was really persistent in getting my number and I gave it to him and he would to his credit he called a lot and But I just I wasn't ready and now so But when I was ready I remember picking up the telephone book. 'cause I got sober in two thousand seven. I picked up the telephone book and just kind of looking for a treatment center but it was a Sunday so I was like well. I called a hotline to see what they can do to help me. I just wanted to talk to an opera. Just some somebody to tell how bad my life was at that moment and they switched over to a guy and he said Yeah where are you and I gave my address. And he's like well come pick you up and I'm like okay. Why he's like well we're GONNA go to meeting and I'm like Oh okay.
"jaren" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Are you ready for my prediction? Okay. I'm going to predict without looking guy that we have the same first and second team all rookie. Ooh, I'm gonna predict we are ten for TAC toe. And that they are maybe I'll change my picks up the wrong, and I'll just such a right? Not only that that we have the same first team and sorry. Well, let's see run through. We'll give me your go. Give me I mean. Okay. Luca danni. It's trae young down your eight. Jaren Jackson junior Mitchell Robinson. My prediction is incorrect. How okay my first team is. Well, Luca trae Eytan. Jaren Jackson junior my fifth is Shay gilders Alexander. I thought I went back and forth on him and Robinson with Robinson in the end. I have no problem with that on a permanent basis. Mitchell Robinson has been a first team all rookie level player. Right. I know he has played a ton of minute. Right. So I and to me shape, the minute's difference in the fact that he's doing this as a star on a winning team. And he's been really good and his surge. I think he's like shooting thirty eight percent of. Yeah. Three now. Like, he's had a really strong finishing cake. He's already a good defensive player. He's been really really good. That was enough to get that spot over to me it came to. I didn't really consider. I love Robinson. He was an absolute lock for an all rights, but I didn't really consider him because I just thought shea and Bagley I went back and forth to in all three of them on the plan. This Roberts had done enough. I don't think any of those choices need justification perhaps though, it's the first female rookie spot. Right. And perhaps one of the only I mean people have already forgotten about Jaren Jackson junior. I put him third rookie of the year. Ballot. Like, I think they'd played a few more games. Like definitely what had him third. I think if you had played a full season. I would add him second possible. He was really really good. He's really this working classes loaded like usually that. Usually it's hard to come up with five guys. And the second team is a train wreck actually came up with three teams. No, I say, I have a whole thirteen. I never have snubbed all this. I was going through it today. Like, this working class is really good. Okay. So a gimme. Your second team all rookie. And now, I bet I bet we're going to have the same ten guys. But we've just flip flopped. But give me see. Maybe I'll maybe I'll be wrong again, Marvin Bagley count Sexton shea Gill Alexander Kevin herder and legislation. We do not have to. Rogue picks. My second team is Marvin Bagley who I considered strong for right and call Collins Sexton who I gave a look for first team, but doesn't deserve. Right. Landry shamet. Right. Because he shooting forty percent from three and has been starting on a winning team in a key bench player on another winning team..
"jaren" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Nathan Jaren stocks in Asia begin the week on a sour note after trade data from China showed the trade war with Washington starting to bite. Bloomberg's Juliet Sally has details from Singapore. Good morning. Juliet good morning. Nathan and Karen, well, Hong Kong and Chinese stocks were among the worst performers while the AUSSIE and KOA dollas slumped as an unexpected fall in both Chinese exports and imports underline. The impact of the trade will end economic slowdown exploiting Dollah Thamesville full point four percent from a year earlier while imports dropped seven point six percent. Both with the worst result since two thousand sixteen and left a trade surplus of fifty seven point one billion dollars while. Save haven by across the region. So the Japanese yen the best performing currency across by Asian and g ten ethics in Singapore. I'm Juliet Solly, Bloomberg daybreak. Juliet, thank you that week trade. Data puts pressure on China to strike a deal with the White House before additional tariffs hit the Chinese economy in March. Bloomberg's Tom MacKenzie has more from Beijing view from economist at NoMura that it's actually going to get much worse for the middle of one thousand nine hundred but they all factoring in an increase in cars. Now, of course, we have these trade talks continuing. And of course, you got going to Washington at the end of the month if they get some resolution by master. I of course, you're unlikely to get on increasing tires, but certainly if you do think that the times that can increase then it's going to get a lot more difficult to China. So far talks have shown little progress on the toughest areas of dispute like China's treatment of intellectual property and support for state firms. Do of this headline here crossing the Bloomberg new Monto by Goldcorp in a deal nets. Valued at ten Bill. Billion dollars. Bring you more details as they become available. Nathan. All right. Thanks, karen. We'll in the UK it is do or die time for Brexit with Prime Minister Theresa may making a last ditch effort to save her deal. Bloomberg Sebastian Salik joins us live from London with the latest. Good morning Sebastian. Good morning Nathan. And Karen would in a speech today may will warn jurors skeptic lawmakers that if they reject her Brexit daily tomorrow's votes, it'll raise the chances of Britain staying in the EU and would be a disaster for British democracy. Meanwhile, opposition labor leader, Jeremy Corbyn, gave his clearest indication yet that his party is ready to call a no-confidence ballot within days of Theresa May losing that vote if indeed she does and the guardian newspaper reports that the us expecting a requests from London to extend the March the twenty ninth Brexit deadline in the coming weeks. Live in London. I'm Sebastian solid back daybreak. Summation? Thank you in Greece. The political future of prime minister, Alexis tsipras is on the line after a breakdown in his government coalition. Bloomberg's Elena Crepeau reports from Athens, see persist majeur. D will be put to test on a Wednesday in a confidence vote in parliament to press to secure enough support among communities and peace and independent lawmakers to extend his government's lifeline or be forced to call snap elections enough sense. And let me wrap up Bloomberg daybreak Weymouth. Thank you. We're getting industrial output data out of Europe crossing the Bloomberg terminal euro area industrial output fell one point seven percent in November. That's more than expected. It's the biggest drop in almost three years. That's adding to concerns about a broad-based slowdown here in the US pressure building on California's largest utility with shares of PG and E down more than seventeen percent in early trading. Bloomberg's John Tucker joins us live with the latest blow to the power giant. Good morning. John. Good morning, Karen as PGA deers potential bankruptcy over the deadly California, wildfires the CEO should Williams announced over the weekend. She is leaving. She's been on the jobless than a year PG any general counsel, John Simon. We'll take the Helms. They look for a successor the company seen two-thirds of. It's market value wiped out since November's campfire its debts been downgraded to junk. State regulators have called for a management shake-up sources say the activities planning to notify employees as soon as today it may make a chapter eleven filing. John Tucker, Bloomberg daybreak. John, thanks. This is a big week. For Bank earnings starting with the results today from Citi group. Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger reports given us global reach city groups macroeconomic outlook could offer some valuable insight. Bloomberg intelligence says consumer revenue weakness in Asia may have carried through to the last quarter. US profitability is a potential problem but analysts say cities long-term cost guidance should stay intact. Forecasts are for CitiGroup to post a profit of a dollar fifty five share on revenue topping seventeen and a half billion dollars. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg daybreak. Jeff, thank you. Again, that headline that crossed the Bloomberg just moments ago Newmont to buy gold Corp in a deal valued at ten billion dollars futures this morning. Meanwhile, moving lower s and p futures are down twenty two points. Dow futures down two hundred now's Dak futures down sixty six the ten year treasury is up ten thirty seconds. The yield two point six six percent. And straight ahead. We have the latest world and national news. This is Bloomberg. Thank.
"jaren" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Line jumper in and out. No, good rebound gets batted around and a hustle rebound. For Justin Jennifer's, he got to the ball before Obama. Hi, Jennifer near the top of the key outside the ark for combat. Fires it inside the arc in the right corner for Trayvon Scott spinning toward the hoop. His bag shot is no good. And the rebound goes to Jason gardener now shod. Williams dribbles into the front court wants a ball screen. Nobody said a Jaden Gardner with momentum toward the basket reaching foul called on Trayvon, Scott, probably. Probably gonna get Jaren combat on the reaching. Trey Scott looked like he got past them. It was sliding in the help side Jaren Cumberland respond and the coach was upset because he did a pretty good job the feeling of knowing that they were going to meet him at the rim for the block shots. Mick cronin. Makes his first substitution came in for Jaren Kabul. An alien also semi in four Nazir Brooks thirteen five Bearcats lead. ECU has it. Here's a pace line drive in a tough shot. It is banned in nice shot by SEPLA day. But how do you give up a fast break and Kane broom comes back down and looks like you got a lot of contact on there. And they don't call anything running shot in traffic was blocked out of bounds. No foul call, but Cincinnati will keep the ball. It's probably why they gave him the ball because there was no foul. Call. Thirteen seven Cincinnati. But seven four ECU after the Barakat scored the first nine points. Broom lobs it out to center court caught by Justin Jennifer travels on that big pirate had at the center of the floor into the right corner goes for broom wheels to the free throw line and gets caught for traveling. Because cronin. Just looks at Kane and says cops slow down slow down run the offense getting into your shot on though he's trying to get to the middle and use that left hand. But there's a way to get there without travelling coach Cronin. A little under the weather, by the way, dealing with some pretty nasty cold symptoms. Jaren couple and also a little under the weather today. A little bit of a stomach bug did not join his teammates at breakfast this morning, nor did I. Your reason a little bit different of a good night's sleep. Here's Obama hot at the free throw line passes outside the ark. For foster the freshman tried to go one on one against Trayvon Scott stops in the lane is passed deflected by so semi intercepted by.