34 Burst results for "Jeff Green"
"jeff green" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks
"So I want to be held accountable and I don't want anyone to see me as some kind of amazing white knight. That said, this work needs to be done. I'm going to do it. I'm not doing it because I want people to say, I'm great. I'm doing it because it needs to happen. And I think the other sort of skepticism I've gotten is, well, Brian must have a secret plan, like this is step one of a master stroke to take over the industry again. I mean, look, I would love for this to be a really big, important business someday because we're doing the right things and cleaning up this industry. And making the world better, I like the idea that you can build a good business that's also good business. And I think that's important for the world to see. I don't really want to do app nexus again. I don't want to run a programmatic platform. I got my butt kicked, not just by Google, but by Jeff Green and trade desk. And Jeff, if you're listening, like remember the little guys someday. It's not my aspiration. I want to do something new and interesting. Like what we're doing at scope three is not just interesting for advertising. It's a model for other industries that want to think about how to understand and change their supply chains. I want to be a model for companies that confront difficult ethical choices in public. I want to be a model for what flawed, but hopefully leadership is. Like I'm not perfect. I'm never going to be perfect. We are not going to be perfect. But we can stand up and try to have these conversations with you with everybody in a way that may actually contribute to learning and growing in ways that we couldn't do if we were trying to hide our light or do these things. So I hope that you keep asking that question. I hope that everyone keeps asking that question. And I hope that if I ever get a big head and start walking around like, aren't I great that I have to ask for this? But I hope everyone says, don't forget, you were part of solving this. I guess I'm fortunate to live with family members who really don't care one little bit about how big the company was I built or what I did. In my house, everybody just bosses me around all the time. And I live with a 13 year old who, you know, as far as I can tell, thinks I'm a food delivery and disposal system. And, you know, I definitely feel like that keeps you humble when you realize that's your greatest function in life is finding cereal. I'm sure you love doing it though. I do. I do. And you mentioned Google in there. And I actually wanted to bring us home by talking about Google a little bit, get back in the time machine and go to 2019, which is when you testified before Congress, which I listened into.
"jeff green" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks
"Like always, you know, Jeff Green refers to the open web and the open Internet and it's whenever there is any discussion around privacy or things like made for advertising content or incentivize traffic and issues around that. There is an issue that it's either you are for the open Internet and you have to accept everything being fully open and available to all players and all parties in the space or you are a world garden phonetic, right? And you're just trying to support big tech and you are against anything that is open and you are against entrepreneurialism and that's really odd because actually I think with most of the discourse and most of the individuals that I engage with both with our clients who are large brand advertisers and procurement and media, but also my peers in the industry. We actually all mean the same thing. I think, which is more like the genuine web rather than the open web, because the open web where the open Internet includes anything nefarious, anything criminal. I don't think fraudulent anything driving hate speech, you know, the many types of issues that we now see sort of bester the Internet. They are all part of the open Internet and where I think the discourse goes wrong is that you either support the entire thing, right? All of it, the good stuff and the bad stuff. Or you're fully against it. But, you know, I don't think that's very healthy because, well, personally, I am not going to make a decision between either or I see merit in effective use of wild gardens. And I see marriage in parts of the open Internet or the open web. But most of all, what I think most people in EdTech are betting for is a, yeah, a genuine, fair commercial market that allows advertising to thrive as a business model for media owners or audience owners. To basically exist and grow their business.
Hyland, Morris pace Nuggets in 133-115 win over Hawks
"The the nuggets nuggets won won for for the the third third time time in in four four games games his his bones bones Hyland Hyland scored scored twenty twenty four four points points and and Monte Monte Morris Morris added added twenty twenty one one and and a a one one thirty thirty three three one one fifteen fifteen decision decision over over the the hawks hawks the the Colegio Colegio kitchen kitchen Jeff Jeff green green each each finished finished with with twenty twenty points points as as Denver Denver handed handed Atlanta Atlanta its its sixth sixth consecutive consecutive loss loss Denver Denver took took command command of of the the game game by by outscoring outscoring the the hawks hawks forty forty three three twenty twenty eight eight in in the the second second quarter quarter green's green's three three pointer pointer from from the the left left wing wing made made it it twenty twenty one one point point lead lead early early in in the the third third Trayon Trayon had had thirty thirty four four points points and and ten ten assists assists and and John John Collins Collins scored scored twenty twenty with with ten ten rebounds rebounds for for the the hawks hawks on on the the ferry ferry
"jeff green" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"To impermanence. And that is the ultimate power, because then you're really not afraid. And so the meditation in the contemplation of impermanence and our desires and our attachments and all of this I think is truly the root of doing Pluto work. And so when someone experiences a catastrophic Pluto transit, like the hit rate of Pluto on the descendant, is pretty high. As far as like ending relationships, right? Don't know what that percentage would be. But I've seen enough cases to where it ends a lot of relationships. Why? And I would say part of the answer to that question is there's secrets between them. Everything is not revealed. There's attachment to certain stories that they both may have or whatever it is. There's something occurring within the power dynamics between two people. And what Pluto wants is to expose all of that so there's transparency and then ultimately I think it starts spinning the transformation. Yeah, impermanence. I mean, that's a struggle, though, because any living entities primary one of its overriding things is self preservation, and then in the drive for self preservation is part of why any of us stays alive or why, for example, like suicide is viewed as not the answer, not an ideal thing to opt for, which is one of the things when I think about idea of impermanence and things like that. And having a really intense Pluto transit or something like that and having something completely the destruction of something or the death of something becoming very real, yeah, it's hard then it's sometimes easier to accept certain things philosophically or abstractly, but when it comes to actually living it, that's sometimes a different matter. Yeah. And what of living at your Pluto's son person? I'm a Pluto moon person. And so in some sense, you would assume were quite used to the energies of what we're talking about. And I'm only curious because being a Pluto some person, it's a top of your chart, too, right? So it's in my tenth hole sign house. It's in my 9th or possibly 8th house by quadrant depending on what quadrant system you're using. For you, like how comfortable do you feel with these things? Necessarily naming it as Pluto, but some of these themes that we're talking about. I mean, my core psychological wound early on was that the sun Pluto conjunction and Scorpio and my father died when I was 5. When I was having some of those heavy transits because one of the lovely things about my stallion is Pluto's two, so it's the earliest planet of my Scorpio stallion, so that means when I was first born, my initial chapters of life were just Pluto grinding over my son and Saturn and squaring my ascendant and hitting mercury and scoring my moon for like the first decade of my life. So when Pluto was transiting your son is when you lost your father. It was somewhere in between, yeah, son and Saturn, basically. When Pluto was on my moon, that's when well actually is that true. Saturn was definitely a transcend myself when I was lost my dad. And I was 17. Yeah, so okay. You see that story and I think trauma is like that. And it's a case for the folks again. There is something about the trauma signatures with Pluto in the chart. Whether it's the soul's intent, how does that occur for the EA people or your life? Well, that seems kind of like the thesis with Pluto is like where you see it in the chart. It's like that's where the sole intent is the polarity point in that story that it opens up, but there's an emotional trauma that exists around whatever Pluto's at the chart. And so with the story that you just shared, that counts. Symbol of that is the sun and Pluto gets close to it and then there's the loss of that. Yeah, I mean, I guess where I struggle with it is like I remember going to like a Norwalk and seeing a list circulating. It was like a handout, but it was like the ten commandments or rules of evolutionary astrology. And there's different evolutionary strategies schools. There's Jeff Green school, and there's a Stephen forest school, and then different subsets based on students. But the Jeff school seems to really focus on Pluto and it's like number one rule was like Pluto is the soul and it just kept me repeated that like three or four times it was like, it was a soul Pluto's the soul and I can get on board with that. Symbolically from an astrological standpoint or from any other standpoint and it comes off to me like a tendency in the late 20th century to that all traditions have, but sometimes to get a new point and to fetishize it to overblow the single point, whether it's Pluto, whether it's the nodes, whether it's the part of fortune, whether it's a certain asteroid or whatever, like every astrologer or tradition, no matter the time period, has that possibility to over focus on like a certain point. And I can't help but feel like that's what happened and some of the schools in the late 20th century with Pluto, even though it is absolutely an important planet that does stuff things. It does stuff. That stuff, I will say that. That's a really great point. It's one of the reasons why I transitioned from using Pluto in that kind of a way. And everything has soul. Pluto, there's soul to Pluto. You know, it sold descends. There's weight, there's quality, there's substance to soul. And one of the most influential minds of the past year for me has been Thomas more. Are you familiar with him? A little bit. So he wrote a book. I think it was his first book called planets within and it's about genos, astrology is natural magic. Okay. And he talks a lot about Seoul. And the way I mean, Thomas more, all of his books are about soul. And the way what she writes about it the way he talks about it, it's just exquisite. In this book, when I was reading it, I was in Madeira at the time and got stuck there during the pandemic. And I was slowly slowly going through this book the savoring it because it was so important about going through the 7 traditional planets. Take on them and how he used them. And then just this commentary by Thomas Moran. So I would say I'm more resonant with that score than just isolating, okay, soul is only this. Soul is everything. So is the entire chart, but also there's different qualities to solve. We grow soul in our dynamic relationship to all of these gods, goddesses stories, however you want to see them. That's what I feel. Because facino is interesting because he is the also then drawing and is the cross way point between the actual western esoteric tradition of both the platonic tradition as well as the hermetic tradition because vecino was the translator of both Plato's works as well as the corpus hermeticum. So it's like there you would find what the western traditions treatment of things like soul actually is when it comes to astrology versus more.
"jeff green" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is a Bloomberg money minute As the new year approaches many companies are stepping up efforts to bring employees back to the office but a report from the consulting firm corn ferry finds supply chain issues are complicating those efforts Bloomberg reporter Jeff Green says many newly renovated offices may be without break room refrigerators If you well into the summer before demand for refrigerators catch up with the supply New desks may be slow to arrive and restroom supplies also may be scared Your go bag maybe you want a cooler and a roll of teepee Which gives you something to do with all those roles you are hoarding 18 months ago You can bring it from the basement to the supply closet at work Getting aside the report says employers shouldn't let these inconveniences delay there back to the office plans The advice from the consultants is bring them back We can't wait till June of next year and because there's not a refrigerator Employees may have other ideas One third of professionals in a recent corn ferry survey said there never returning full time Larry kasky Bloomberg radio President of the Jewish communal fund zoya reigns and her husband Robert Friedman Jewish activists and philanthropists Talk about why they chose the Jewish communal fund for their charitable giving As very busy working parents we wanted to focus more on the charity part of it and wanted to focus more on our children and less on the administration The Jewish communal fund is one of the oldest and largest donor advised funds but at the same time they are totally up to date and have state of the art systems for us to access and.
Ad Tech Meets Wall Street
"James you tuned into the big tech earnings this month facebook and google and then trade desk which is the challenger and torch holder for the open web. What did you get out of the contrast between the tail facebook. Google certainly just jot the world by having huge monster revenue quarters when people thought for facebook in particular. This might be a tough quarter because of apples. Privacy changes or policy changes that just restrict app tracking. I think that sort of the narrative coming out of both of those was really just. There's been this huge digital advertising rebound And a lot of that. Going to google and facebook amazon their ad platform had the same story for their earnings So so. I think that that was sort of that story in the trade desk. The trade desk is certainly pitching itself. More as as this sort of like emblem of protector of the open web. And i mentioned in the story. His is more combative where they were conciliatory with with amazon and google. I think they have always been careful to be like these are important partners. Like the trade desk buys a lot of google supply. They work with amazon they. Were you know jeff. Green had tons of amazing things to say about amazon when they set up a program to let the trade desk by fire tv. But that's been cut out And to desert underscore why they're going for tv. I think that that's where the money is. Trade desk has just cleaned out the the independent. Dsp world sort of that whole huge ecosystem of startups. That were all competing for the open web programmatic market. There's not a lot of low hanging fruit their trade as has covered all of that up. And tv's really the growth opportunity
"jeff green" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Get used to this group here for a time to come here. So we'll barton. That was the big one. And and i do think that that was more important so this year than ever harrison because without jamal. We don't know when that's going to be. We could be seventy five percent of the way through the season and even then is he going to be the journal that we've all come to know the last two or three years. So i thought the will barton thing. I know that some fans are on the opposite side of that fence. Not crazy about it but now more than ever. You really needed some more. Some more stabilisers there For the nuggets roster. Yeah for sure and all along. I got the sense that will really wanted to come back and try to finish what he started here in denver if the money was right and they got to an agreement and if you're coming at it from the nuggets perspective like you said they really really needed him back and despite the narrative that a lot of things like the push about well barton. He's a really really good offensive player. He's a solid defender. He's not an elite defender. But he's you know a a really solid guy that you can trust on that end of the floor and look. The proof is in the pudding. When will bar has been on the floor alongside mccaw yokich alongside bike. Puerto junior over the last couple of seasons nuggets. Offense is absolutely absolutely. It's a key ingredient to what denver put together on the offense side of the ball over the last couple years we're talking to harrison wayne of dnv. Our nuggets are nuggets insider. Let's go down the list here. Je michael green. That one also interesting. You know he's wanting to say kind of said. Hey i wanna be a part of a of a winning team so this of course nuggets group. I think most would believe you out there. They're going to be one of those contenders yet again. But all these signings and everything that you're looking at likely spells the end for paul millsap. Saya avail mcgee go in phoenix. Doesn't this move now clears the clears the chaos out of the way and michael green's position on this team of seems a little bit more clear. Doesn't it yes. It is very clear you're going to have a really defined role next season. He's looking like right. Alice backup center. And of course and then you know paul millsap kind of shared the last year a backup for backup five. They're pretty interchangeable now. It looks like it's going to be him. Jeff green played some small ball five with brooklyn last year. You know zeke najji. I think at this point is probably definitely more four. Maybe even we'll place them three times rather than the five so it's looking like michael green maybe a little bit jeff green at that backup five spots but yeah i mean as much as you know to. Michael green played last season. He's gonna play that much going forward this season. And he's a solid. I you know what you're getting from your michael green and i think that's something denver really values on their bench. How will paul millsaps time be defined with the nuggets. Because when they signed him harrison at the time i think a lot of man. That's perhaps that's the greatest free agency pickup the nuggets i've ever had in their history or at least rivals. The top First year was really good. Injuries of took hold. And you know the last. I would say the first year and a half was amazing and then kind of the tail end. You know we saw paul millsaps minute minutes. Continue to diminish what what are you..
"jeff green" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"But this was a healthy james harden. He would we taking a lot more shots in my pin here. Be up in the range of twenty goes with tempted in a game. Some like that Not not nine points because we all know How james harden How in charge placed all was down and houston humza. Triple double machine and use scoring forty points on any given night in for your points fifty points. What have you so with this and you look at. You know who really step up for this. You know Brooklyn nets team. And i look at you know a joe harris. He needs to be better. He's a lot here would say he's the best three point shooter. He always shot one for four in game. Six blake griffin needs to be a low bit more dominant. I on the glass. Only six rebounds in this effort in janas and chris militant were able to have seventeen ten needs to be better brook. Lopez's only had to give saw get blaker from that or paul. Does you only had five. I give him that so he was able to at least contain brook lopez on the glass. But yonathan chris milton so getting. There's on You know the defensive event offensive boards then. Jeff green is well i think jeff green With all all things saidan. Don t know. He's a he's going to be asked to do a lot. I'm sure he didn't necessarily expect to be the third third player to do it on this team. With a kyrie irving injured. But you know jeff was big in that game. Five win win Kevin durant had a monstrous Game Versus milwaukee bucks team. He's scored kevin durant scored forty nine points in this effort but Jeff green came off the bench With a twenty seven points in thirty five minutes. Eight of eleven from the field. Seven of eight from three point range. That's more of a line with four four from the free throw line. That's more stott line where you know you wanna see. Nonleague him. Bosso joe harrison. Hack even the landry shamet to kind of replicate that as well and then you You have your guys who give effort out there. Like a blake griffin bruce brown and nicholas class in heck even on my james as well who gets Manage occasionally we'll never know james harden it needs needs to break or career every needs a break so Again going back to what the nazi to do again try make life easier on the bucks are trying to let 'em Other people be Or the bucks. Aren't trying to let kevin durant beetham They're just trying to let know anyone other than have the beat them with us. You know like. I said james harden can't do a whole lot that hurt hamstring so who will merging this unit. You know it has to be joe. Harris blake griffin landry. Shamet or jeff green or it could be all four of them who knows but with this Don't in what was the birkenhead. See deliver on defense rather than offense is at the can't let janas get easy bucket sand transition and they gotta play better defense on chris. Milton who also got to four point plays in game six. That's inexcusable as inexcusable. You can't you can't be having you know to four point. Four point plays little one. Four point play happening as the same game and With us you know going back to Their defensive strategy not letting ause get easy baskets in transition. Now they got the gotta be a little bit more where we gotta have a little bit more energy. Because at times when i saw janas you know. Obviously he's taking the ball off the court and you know what he's going to do this brooklyn at squad has been. Trolling has been dogging this This Walkabout squadron particularly John's onto the coupon they're saying oh yards can only you know running dunk this and that and without you know that's that's something that's that's a lot of set. That's a lot to say mypillow. Because they're disrespecting to his game play with add. John's came out and game five. And you know this bucks or excuse me this. That squad didn't have any energy whatsoever. Because i saw young ticked off the court and i see three players whether it was. You know their tallest player. On the court in cabinet rant blake griffin Jeff green clogging. The paint and still ause was to run. Pass all three of them and in in like in if you're gonna make fun of guy for Do some at very high level for trying very hard a high level than man. You gotta you gotta backup that. Talk man you gotta you know you gotta stay humble in you know it. Can't it can't get through situations like this word now. You're in a game seven where you could even know. Move onto the next round and with its is to be a huge huge losses. That squad and is or this milwaukee bucks water either of them lose but in my opinion. It's only be bigger if the milwaukee or the brooklyn nets don't win then the milwaukee bucks because the braga that's win now mode man. They you know was everything. That happened was a marcus. Aldridge in now his unfortunate downturn of his mba career You're only wonder you know how how much. How much did this broken squad need. You know that that third player in or fourth player and Marcus aldridge when you already had kevin durant james harden and kyrie irving at the helm then finally one thing i will say about the nets and the one thing that i think that they should not do that. He can't fall into isolation basketball too much now they can't let hardened especially hard and they can't hard and go one on one for two many possessions. He's not he's not there he's not there a hundred percent health wise and he's missing when he's in isolation mode he's missing a lot of three pointers at the top of the key He's having a little bit of a late release. That's falling low bit short In with this person that i'm leading isolate If followed book brooklyn nets player is kevin durant and there are no other. There's no personnel laying eisley other than him so with us and go into with the bucks to do Very simple You can't let kevin durant get comfortable Keep during different rotations at him. Know whether the boxer one whether that's you know having gone scott him one a one. What are that speed talker. Garden him one on one or drew holiday guarding and one on one know you can't let them get in his own or a lehem get comfortable and what more so what john is has to do that..
Kevin Durant Reminded the World That He's Capable of Winning
"Then is this competition over before it's even begun anyone make sense of what they said in chicago. We'll find out as we get up with you. Starting right now delighted. You're here on. Wednesday greenie grouchy on when our studios in the seaport of football conversation. Coming your way in colluding jam saturday ready to go today. Mike tannenbaum ready to go today. Louis riddick and dan orlovsky will join us. But there's only one place to begin on this morning. Spectacular night from kevin durant and the brooklyn nets game five against milwaukee. The story early chains guarding it out making the return from a hamstring. He would play most of the night he would struggle particularly first half gophers six from the poor with two turnovers presence. Team to lift is deep. He was out there doing good but the nets would struggled mightily in the first half down. Sixteen into the third week and kevin durant would say this is about to become line night here. We got durant in the lane. Plays it up in good news just getting started ensuing possession durant in transition. This was his running mate last night. Jeff green seven eight from three twenty seven points nets creeping back into it. They're down nine final minute of the third durant. Good the six point game into the fourth quarter under nine to play now with into the rain using the screen. My goodness that's their first lead since it was two nothing just over five minutes now. What a game nets lead by one the rain mid range over middleton yes. That's why three a buck twenty to go down by two janas goes to the line again down by two crowd smelling blood. I one no road. He'd make a second to one point game under a minute ago. Still one point track clock winding down. Here's the biggest moment of the night. They've got him trapped two seconds on the clock one second of knocked down. Kevin durant could not be stopped. That's up by four thirty seconds ago. Mets
"jeff green" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"It was Kevin Durant, who found it with the perfect pass. It was sublime. It was sensational. And by the end of it when it becomes basically Kevin Durant versus the Bucks, and you just knew every shot late in that game was going to be K. D s. It was breathtaking to watch. It was one of the greatest players ever at his absolute apex in terms of playmaking. And comfort and big game abilities doing it in real time. How did Kevin Durant do it? Well, Kg at this point in his career. Is somehow perfectly wired for these big moments and earlier in the year. Earlier in the career rather He shrunk from them. Earlier in his career. He wasn't ready to put the entire team on his shoulders have be confident he was going to come out with the W. Earlier in his career. It wasn't that brilliant in the huge games. Then when he got to Golden State Think by playing in those big games, but not having to be the man not weighted down by no rings that you've got to do it. And everybody is waiting for you to do it. Because you can play with Steph and play with clay and play with a super team. He found out what it took to win those championships and did so without the pressure rise. Situation of okay, see, and it happened to be him. And sure, maybe it was the easy way out to learn that process, but very obviously, now that process Has made the perfect clutch player the perfect Playoff game. Explosion the perfect basketball shooter for what they needed last night. In that moment, Kevin Durant could not be guarded. In that moment. KD even when he was guarded, was hitting shots in that moment. Kevin Durant had a complete control over everything on that floor. And K D was not only shooting lights out nearly 50 points. She was icing the game at the free throw line as well, making the perfect passes and snatching up 17 rebounds. He was all over the floor all night, and the Bucks did not have an answer for him. And while there's plenty of things that can be blamed for last night, I'm not sure you can blame them. For how incredible Cady was. They have played tighter defense. Potentially But there are just some nights at the greatest players are going to get theirs. And last night was that It was an incredible achievement to watch. It really was and Get into this in further detail later on in the show, But I was sitting there thinking of myself, Boy. Just kind of wish that we saw this version of KD. At the epicenter of a team that didn't have super parts around it. And maybe we'll get that this postseason because certainly the Nets didn't have it last night. And if Kyrie and hard and never get back to themselves this postseason Then that will be the story of Kevin Durant. We don't know that yet. But K d right now is put it all together His experience you still at the apex of his ability, his understanding of the floors understanding of the moment. He's shooting ranges, shooting, touch his vision of the court. It was again breathtaking last night. It was breathtaking, and Kevin Durant seized the moment the Bucks could not and would not. And that was. The difference Last night was crucial. Absolutely crucial. Whoever ends up with the game five almost historically always wins the series. But if the Bucks won game five, they get to go back home and and clinch there. They had just won two games. But it said Now they've got to win two in a row and come back to Brooklyn to do so in a game seven. There was a shot that Katie takes the outside that he hits. And the slow motion cameras picked up on him. Just exhaling like And that was I have put it all within me to do it, and I'm doing it. And I'm doing It was almost like we had to have it and damn, I'm doing it. It was extraordinary. It was scintillating. It was everything Last night is why you watch NBA postseason for the greatest players to do the greatest things and that might have been Katie's greatest. Game ever. And for the Bucks to blow a 17 point lead is so much like what happened to the Sixers in Game four. Built a double digit lead. You did it on the road. If you win there, you can clinch at home. And you just allowed possession by possession for it to get away from you. And the Bucks for as much talent as they have. For as as many scars of the postseason as they should grow from Last night of your bucks fan, you have got to be just beyond you've got to be beside yourself. You've got to be out of your mind. Frustrated and angry. There is like five different moments of the second half where if you get a stop at a bucket or a bucket and a stop The Bucks win that game. And every time that series that potential crossroads happened. They didn't get the bucket and they didn't get to stop. There was like five times it could have iced the game to do so. They could not do what they could not figure out how to get the ball out of Kevin Durant's hands. They couldn't figure out how to properly guard Jeff Green. They couldn't figure out whether it was going to be honest with the bucket. For a shot by Middleton or a shot by holiday who was going to have the ice water in their veins to just finish this game. And they couldn't do it. And then Yannis gets the line late, and yacht is obviously It's not the greatest free throw shooter. He breaks a couple of those and that the late possession that goes off of his ankles because he's waiting to be fouled as well. And it rolls away from him and taken by the Nets. All of those possessions, the final like five possessions of the game. Are all pretty poor possessions. By the box, and you know it's bad when even Grant Hill says That's a poor possession because Grant doesn't want to criticize anybody ever. And even when Grant Hill is forced to say Yeah, that's a bad possession. You know, it's ugly for the box. What a gruesome way to lose a 17 point lead by Milwaukee. Now it's 32 Nets going back to Wisconsin. What a game. I know. You guys have thought to this 855 to 1 to four, CBS. 855 to 1 to.
Durant's Sensational Performance Sends Nets to 3-2 Lead
"James harden was back in the next line up but it was Kevin Durant's triple double that led them to a one fourteen one await went over the box Duran carried the nets on his back delivering forty nine points seventeen rebounds and ten assists Jeff green also had a big night off the bench scoring twenty seven is Brooklyn took a three games to two lead in the Eastern Conference semifinals harden played all but two minutes providing five points eight rebounds and six assists in his first game since coming out of the series opener in the first minute yeah this intent to Kubo had thirty four points and twelve boards for the box to lead by sixteen at halftime before allowing seventy one points over the last two quarters I'm Dave Ferrie
"jeff green" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Bucks. Brooklyn with a 21 Series lead. Still no James Harden for the Nets out with a hamstring injury. Jeff Green. His plantar fascia artist has been upgraded to questionable ESPN NBA Insider Brian Wind horse system, Milwaukee offense will continue to be the biggest key to the team's successful playoff run and maybe job security for head coach like Budenholzer, You hold the next to 1 15 to 1 20. You should have a good chance to beat them until let those two games Get away from them in Brooklyn without James Harden to not deliver offensively to have a questionable offensive game plan and to be relatively predictable, with the honest being kept out of the painting and freezing up in the offense freezing up, which has happened year over year. You know, Bud would have to probably pay for that. We'll have Game four here on ESPN radio coverage begins. 2:30 P.m., Eastern Pregame with Kevin Winter and Sunday night Baseball cardinals and the Cubs from Wrigley. Game six P.m. Eastern. We're back on Monday and is the favorite in the FC already in trouble before the season even starts. Keyshawn J. Will Zubin Monday morning on ESPN radio. Back on Monday, and there might not be a bigger game in the entire NBA playoffs. The Nets Bucks Game four will tell you if the books are back in the series or closer to going home. Keyshawn J. Will Zubin Monday morning on ESPN radio. I don't know about this one. Really playing Miami by Will Smith. When Miami got swept by the Milwaukee box, I don't think I can hype the Milwaukee Bucks just yet, Erin Aaron Gold Heavy in the city where the heat is on all night on the beach.
Nets finally get Big 3 back together, beat Bulls 105-91
"Kevin Durant Kyrie Irving James harden played together for just the eighth time this season but it was Jeff green and Bruce brown doing the heavy lifting is the nets down the bulls won all five ninety one green nailed five three pointers while scoring nineteen points brown had sixteen points and twelve rebounds for Brooklyn which entered the day with a one game lead over the box for the second seed in the east Irving finished with twenty two points for the nets who are six into with their big three in the same game Durant shot four for seventeen and finished with twelve points nine rebounds and six assists harden had seven assists five points and five boards I'm Dave Ferrie
Durant, Nets rally past Raptors 116-103, clinch playoff spot
"Jeff green led the way with twenty two points as Brooklyn locked up a playoff spot after a one sixteen model three victory over Toronto but not center added eight boards to his effort while Kevin Durant finished with seventeen points and ten rebounds going three of five from three point range Blake Griffin chipped in with seventeen points off the bench for the nets Kyle Lowry had twenty four points for the raptors see little scores well Gee I don't know we had a twenty one I'm gonna be
Nets back atop East after beating Celtics 109-104
"Joe Harris scored twenty points in the nets moved a half game ahead of the seventy Sixers for the Eastern Conference lead by downing the Celtics one oh nine one oh four Irving just missed a triple double despite missing fifteen of his nineteen shots finishing with fifteen points eleven assists and nine rebounds Boston cut Brooklyn seventeen point lead to ninety eight ninety five with about three and a half minutes left but Harris answered with a three pointer and Irving passed ahead to Jeff green for a dunk to quickly pushed the lead back to eight Jayson Tatum at thirty eight points for the Celtics who were swept by the nets in the season series for the first time I'm Dave Ferrie
Irving scores 40, Nets lose Harden but beat Knicks 114-112
"Carry your ring scored forty points and Jeff green made two free throws with three point seven seconds left to send the nets past the Knicks one fourteen one twelve green scored twenty three points and Joe Harris added sixteen for the nets who earned their eighth straight home win despite playing the last three quarters without James harden due to his nagging hamstring Hartnett miss Brooklyn's previous two games and played just four minutes in this one Julius Randle had nineteen points fifteen rebounds and twelve assists for the Knicks but he missed a jumper as time expired I'm Dave Ferrie
James Harden has triple-double, short-handed Nets top Pacers
"James harden carried the short handed nets to the fourteenth victory in their last fifteen games providing forty points fifteen assists and ten rebounds and one twenty four one fifteen when it Indiana was our effort no Sir she answered we did a good job just get after harden carried the load while the nets played without Kevin Durant Kyra Irving and Blake Griffin he tied the game at ninety six with a runner in the lane igniting a thirteen for Ron Joe Harris finished with nineteen points and Jeff green added fifteen with nine boards as the nets moved into a first place tie with the seventy Sixers in the Eastern Conference Malcolm Brogdon had twenty two points to lead the Pacers scoring for the fifth time in his last six starts I'm Dave very
Irving Scores 39, Nets Cool Off Los Angeles Clippers With 124-120 Win
"The clippers. Were playing their sixth game of a road trip there on the east coast playing their fifth game in seven nights and the nets got great performances by kevin durant twenty eight points on eleven of thirteen inch eleven. Thirteen james harden a triple double with twenty points twenty three fourteen. Eleven hardens been fantastic playmaker. Those who've called him a selfish player have always said my beef with harden is. He doesn't knock down bigshots when it matters most in the playoffs. It's never been that. He's selfish by the way. His defense is underrated too. It's never been that. He's selfish. He the reason he took so many shots is. That's what this team needed him to do now. They need them to do other things. He's doing the other things. He's a great player but to be a you know an all time great player. He needs to hit shots in the playoffs. So those guys played really well. Kyri irving went for. What was it thirty nine points. His season high and just put on a show. He's the best show in the nba. Even with all of that. Paul george had to miss a wide open three. That would have tied the game in order for the for the nets to win wide. Open three hundred. Another guy doesn't need clutch shots. Paul george mrs or else. Maybe the nets don't win. They have to store. Played a better defensive effort yesterday. Have to start playing defense and not only that. They're going to need to bring another body jeff green in the starting lineup at the five. It doesn't work. Jeff green at the four make
"jeff green" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"It was incredibly was. What if you move the ball in the guy who's most open takes the shot. But last night Kyrie and he hadn't played He missed seven straight games. He comes out shucking and takes 28 shots. That's probably not the balance you want, but you know that May I did. I did watch a second the game. I watch the highlights. I don't know what the flow of the game was, but they'll figure it out. They're gonna be great offensively. Jeff Green can guard a little bit. They need more May need more defense. Landry Stram. It was a DNP CD. He can guard He can guard. The perimeters got little Clay Thompson. In his game, so I know we're gonna analyze every single game. They play like the Warriors when Kevin was here, but that is that is some of the greatest offensive. Firepower one team has ever had, including what the Warriors said. And even going back to when you know Gerry Elgin and And Wilt. We're together. I mean, you're talking about three great scorers. We're gonna find out. My mother came flat out and said what I'm thinking and I don't know injuries could be a big part of it. But I wonder what he honest is. Reaction is to them, you know, making this trade and they did play the other night. It went right down to the end. But I think they are the best team in the Eastern Conference, so they'll figure out a way to guard enough and wants to Rance playing for you know, I've been a playoff Syriza or later in the year, when it's time to crank it up. He can guard. He's a very good defensive player. When it was assuming who'd be never. I mean sex and was great. A career high 42 They shot 20 of 40 from three point land. Did the calves. It's just you look at Durant and Kyrie and Harden. Obviously they're gonna be great, but their interior defenders last night on the starting line of bird Jeff Green and DeAndre Jordan. That's just not going to get it done, so I don't know what they're gonna do about that. But that's not enough. DeAndre Jordan just not any good anymore. Hardin deferred and played more of the point. He only shot at 14 times. Like I said Kyrie shot at 28 Durant 25. I would imagine at some point when they kind of balancing out is exactly what you just said. Swing into the was ever open. One of those three guys generally shoots the ball and with the warriors and then end up between clay Durant and Curry around 19 game, it was Morad. Amazing What one point they were all like 19, 1, 19, 2 and Remember Clay when they first got Durant? He said, I ain't changing, right? What have we learned about the That's what he dropped on us? Yes. He hated shipping changing shipping. What was that? You stored? I forgot. I gotta go back to it Overhead. Been looking after your back was going back to what that is. You know what? I'll check your text from Todd, who's seen Oh, yeah, that's right. Right. He was He was driving around Stanford guy and was listening to us and he gave us out in a sec. We kidding? Because every time I look in your auto correct, like, what do I have Saddam and they're so over and over. Why would come up with saying It's supposed to like Read what you do. That's what I mean. I have words like that all the time in my adult correct. People complain about it all the time. That is our foreplay. That's a good version. By the way, Dan Campbell, we wait. We have to play that again. That was unbelievable. Dan Campbell, the new head coach, who's gonna be biting kneecaps in a strange press conference, Jerick McKinnon clearly does not want to come back James Wiseman. On who he is emulating to get better heard Kevin Durant there tonight. When you first played it. I thought he was gonna go full blown motor city and say, Fight hubcaps, or I don't know where he was going there, But he went He went kneecaps, huh? Yeah, He's a former tight end, man. He's a tough guy. Yeah. He's got a name Promo defensive coordinator told me. I was texting with Rollo, the other dad, Dex, a little while so that does it reminds me of it so The bottom of the hour. We have your caboose. We sell the couple left over from yesterday and we still have a gun to everything. As far as the NFL playoffs are concerned, will do Don't actually here on the SportsCenter. You're listening to Papa and Lund on both sides of the dial KNBR 1045 FM and.
"jeff green" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Don't do you want to talk about his free throws test? Well, it has been a struggle. We have to document one for 10 the other night. His free throw shooting has really struggled the last few years. He's under 60%. Now this season. It's gone down each season as a professional, and nobody works harder than Yonas. You and I talk all the time when we see him. I just think his arm is too far extended. And you see everything Come up short like that one did Right there. Steady. Jeff Green had position on the long rebound off the miss and a foul by Milwaukee. The ball came out to Janni. Then you could see he was practicing once again to try to get that, for me is really struggling to manage. It came up short again. It's hard to explain on the radio, but if his arm is already extended is very tough to get the basketball that go as far as you wanted to go. So Brooklyn will bring it up to our right now trailing is Joe Harris catching shoot three and straight down the well for Harris shooting at 49% from three point land. It's good enough for 1/10 of the league. Here's the honest Gonna try it again. A three from straight on pops in and out, and even chancel had his hands on. It couldn't keep it on the near side and lost it at about Can you imagine if you're honest starts, knocking down three point shots. Nice rate 30% coming in 40. He'd be completely unguardable what All coaches have feared these last few years. Brooklyn with it. Leading 75 Jeff Green Right Corner, defended tightly by demon Kenzo Baxam to the mid post Right now. Fakes fates on the baseline gets the shot often scores. Jeff Green. That's a heck of a move right there. DiVincenzo did a nice job. Keep him out of the paint or point. Brooklyn leads even Chen's over three with an answer. On the other end. Left wing triple for Dante Jeevan Chan's already Milwaukee not knocking down shots testy, but they're getting quality looks, and that's my big concern with the Brooklyn Nets. With this move, 98 nets the lead hardened around a high screen from Jordan drives now flows. It floats it with the left hand short, but you took a peek out of the right side to see if Jordan was trailing him. He wasn't here's Yana. It's the other way I did ripped away by Jordan, but across the baseline Out of bounds will stay with the bucks. 8 41 left in the first You can see right now. The space that you give you honest, Yes, He's a non shooter from out there. You cannot keep him from getting to the rim. You have to completely guess and hope for a charge, But more times than not. It's a South. Comes the inbound middle 10. Cents a t on the dotted line Now Hill one legged shooting and score from 12 Ft..
"jeff green" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I don't even remember like I don't remember. If you at 12 could ask me if I knew the difference between what a Republican and Democrat was I would not have known. No way. No way. Well, I think that's good. That's the thing. Yeah, I do. I think that that's what I mean is that the Trump Administration has made everything he did write everything is cranked up to 11. And that's what we like. I remember leaving the radio station back on are still in the morning show and going to that. I've been in it all day, and I go to pick up my son the day that Trump won and people were crying and I thought something horrible had happened it again. I'm not. It's not even about political views. It's just a different sensitivity that I have. I wasn't I just Yeah, I guess that's true. And I have friends that I know that did comedy their entire lives that have left the life of comedy and entertainment. And now we're pursuing a political career completely because they were so frustrated by it. Well, we need more comedians in politics. You are welcome. All right, Justin. Hang on. We'll come back. Justin Warship is host of the dad podcast talking about off all of this stuff That's been going on How it is. Maybe we talk to our kids about it. I also think that we need to approach this because The Brooklyn Nets look Unbelievable right now. Not on paper. Hi Re Irving, James Harden, Joe Harris, Kevin Durant and Jeff Green. Because James Harden got who James Harden is such an a hole. You hear what he said about his team last night. I didn't hear it because this beard covered up his mouth. God. Well, I've heard you say bad things about your team. No. I have never said bad things about this team. Continue with Justin here in just a moment. You're broken and I can't fix you. Liveable, huh? I'll take it on the news. What's going on? The house has voted to 32 to 1 97 to impeach President Trump 10. Republicans joined House Democrats in voting in favor of that impeachment. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has rejected an.
"jeff green" Discussed on Winning Plays
"You have complicated preference all of you listening. All right, so speaking of voting during during the the pandemic break and the spring. We as a podcast voted the Kendrick Perkins for Jeff Green trade as our our our our our worst trade of the of the Danny Age Era as Celtics president. And I think that you you were a fan of that trade talk too much about Celtic stuff on here, but you don't want you don't want to dispel the end of wholeheartedly by that trade-off and and that's all I'll say about it here today. Let me some other time when we can go over the details of it and I can explain why but I don't regret that trade at all and I think we we met them once. Okay, that's that's what we'll get into next time. And I'm still I'm still totally behind that trade if if there was ranked Choice voting. Jeff would have been a and b could have been hard in C could have been Kevin Durant, right? And they and they got to choose what they wanted. Oh, no, did I miss the whole point of the half-hour conversation with Fraser's? Like I did a good job of turning off and it turns out I may not have I was just trying to extend the conversation about basketball. I'm sorry. I've derailed the conversation like you guys. Can you use ranked-choice voting in other parts of life in terms of party. Do I just gave you the example with the sandwiches? You know, you go to the ice cream store, you know, you want Rocky Road ice cream, but they're out. You don't leave you say. No I'll have could go and if there's another out of cookie dough you sell have Oreo. I like cookies in my ice cream what kind of stuff but but is Rocky Road of your first choice. My first choice is probably Oreo most friendship. Maybe I never meant not a fan of ice creams, but other people are and they can express their preference and get rid of Rights you may want. Is it every draft Big Board great choice voting is that dead? You know, if you had to express your preferences in advance, you could do that where each team would just submit a ranked-choice ballot and and you know, the first pick would make their pick and then the second pick would pay off remaining remaining choices with their rankings. You can do that. It wouldn't allow for Mid draft trades that would make things as true. That would be no fun. You know, we've I had a discussion with some NBA media people about you know, choosing a warrant this way and you know the difficulty there is There's some meaning to knowing, you know, the way it works right now is it's like a first-place points worth five points in second place three through Place one or something like that great and they want to be able to compare upcoming votes for those things to historical ones. I've been done the same way for a long time and you know, that doesn't matter so much and a representative democracy where you really care about whose governing you but the media stuff around NBA awards. I do think it you know, historical context is a useful and important thing and so they probably won't change that anytime soon and mistakes are just much bigger much different song you're talking about the president for the internet much bigger..
Anthony Davis and LeBron James propel Los Angeles Lakers to Game 4 win over Houston Rockets
"It on the night where you had in any playoff game, which was a must win game for the Los Angeles Lakers, I know there are two games the one I know this sounds silly, but the Clippers already have three games to one of the Denver Nuggets. If you're the Los Angeles Lakers you could ill afford. To be in a knockdown, drag out battle with the Houston Rockets, and they went out there and they just took this soul away early, late and often, Rondo one on one against Jeff Green. Now they get a tan Thony Davis. Top of the key you go. Davis, with their Gordon on, Davis turns leans, shoots ahead. Rondo Rondo, running at the basket Alley Oop slam dunk a little risky. Through an alley oop off the backboard, and LeBron almost didn't see it, but he caught it in late and dunked it likely. I'll say What Plato find LeBron no doubt about that. ESPN 17 the Lakers be the Rocket's once in the 100 Day Na ve 31 Siri's lead
"jeff green" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"You know kind of let the other guys beach you. Just, kind of protect the painting Westbrook when he gets. But. Yeah, definitely an interesting team. evidence that. HOUSTON. Yeah. I. Think One last thing that would want to mention I actually it looks bad in hindsight but when Jeff Green got cut by UTAH. was on the US on the waivers for a couple months. I wrote a career retrospective piece on Jeff Green and he got kicked up by the rockets like a month and a half later. Out. What made you write career but that's okay. All right. See this is this is the thing right I I grew up. I was one of those Jeff Green people when I was growing up. I was like US guys awesome. He's fantastic though skilled. and I went through the ups and downs every time. Jeff. Green played a game. And I I was like, Hey, you know xxx had open open heart surgery a good career. Unfortunately it's over like I thought he was done man I really did he was terrible in Utah and Yeah you just police found. His way has been really really good for rockets. As a Celtics Fan, he's He's game up a lot for us that kick that get got US Cagey and. I mean always remember him in those bridge years when we were shit and he hit that three in the Bronx face and opponent like point five left. Great Fly. We'll say one thing though actually. So I think he's one of the most Messrs players in the last ten years. So this is a hot take. Almost what if you look at it? If you look at it the one year he played with Kevin Durant in. Okay. See Power for the entire year because they hadn't drafted surge Bach yet he was phenomenal. That was his best shooting season in the league. and then he didn't play again until like two years ago. So I'm just saying the same you know sometimes guys should not be playing the three and should be playing the four instead, but you know again. Here's here's the Big Jeff Green. How many teams has he played with in the last five years. Of like San all all of them. All of them. That's a fair point. Every year he's been with a different team, which is a credit to him but I remember in Boston run. He was consistent. He was great using a great position had a good team around him. He could play the three four. It was perfect for him..
"jeff green" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Six and a season high 22. Trey Burke, 15 27 from behind the arc of the bird. Placement signing on July 1st Harden bricks of three believer comes in for a big rebound to 45 moving third quarter 1 11 99 Dallas has three built the lead up a dozen with Luca against Harden behind the back on the wing tried to spin And take it away. Hardened had it got fouled the fourth team foul against Dallas. So it'll be cited, and Luca raises the hand with his fourth personal surprised that Dallas hasn't been doing at James Moore. You have the four fouls cannot be aggressive defensively, and they let him off the hook. You see the replay a tray Burke again about that, since for six. I saw Seth Curry the other day in a screening right Perfect day. 8866 You wouldn't be on the street if you did that every day, Right? Nice 1 11 99 Dallas Rockets with 2 20 to go here in the third at Westbrook cuts down the middle against Cleveland, cut off by heart away Still with dribble in five to shoot Hyogo jumper misses by Russell in Vegas rebound There were no path 20 seconds of that production. Really has it in the right corner, guarded by Covington tried to feed for singles, but a whistle and a foul on another rocket down Jeff Green. Green commits his fifth personal, so let's get back to that. Robert Covington story. What are his numbers? Shots have been extraordinary. Last year when you played for Minnesota in 48 games. He had 45 total blocks here with the rock is he's got 38 blocks in 15 games. And three tonight become overnight. But on that Rockets Jersey special things can happen in four Zynga's rattles home the first free throw Jeff Green with five fouls, heads to the rocket bench bench area, I should say About three rows of seats. Assigned seats, socially distanced. Second free throw goes in for Poison Just well. 1 13 99 Dallas 29 points, 10 rebounds For tonight, There's Westbrook down deep floats it up, has got 22 rockets down 12. Red hot trade, Bert drives and kicks extra pass on top away. History won't go in Austin rivers in the game. We'll have rebound. They'll bring it into the front court. Rivers touch to the top facing the basket. They'll say You could have a long jumper. He takes it and makes it alright. Give a lot of room that time and Rivers bangs out of final minute 20 of the third quarter, 1 13 for Mavericks, looking to clinch a playoff spot tonight for singles. Miss Covington Houston board will give it up Russell Westbrook. They spread the floor, Russell will pass to the top. Covington steps into a three another miss for Houston really cold here over the last couple of minutes six from behind the arc and set up shop on top off the bench with 22 points tonight, has made all six of his three loops. If poor Zynga's 20 feet from puts it on the deck against Covington poked away and Houston takes it. Russell Westbrook on the far side of hesitation. Move on, please lays it up won't go. It's tip right toe Westbrook, who lays it in 36 seconds to go here in an official time out, court official Mark Lindsay pointing Toward the scoreboard saw Westbrook, the Energizer Bunny. They added 1.1 seconds to the clock. So 37 7 as Dallas brings it up, leading by seven. Burke steps into it is on fire Trey Burke, seven of seven from three point land off the bench for 25 points. 1 16 106 Mavericks up in Dallas, five seconds difference has 10 on the shot clock late third quarter. Westbrook body by Burke Spins passes out for to shoot Rivers hangs left. The shot goes with 6.5 seconds to go. Last third quarter shot will belong to the maverick to lead 1 16 away half court giving it up. Four to go. They work so quickly. There's still a second left for the Rockets. Inbound rivers at half court heave on its way. No good on the Mavericks lead 1 19 Wanna wait after three with 17 3 pointers in the bank, seven of them off the hands of Traber, 18 through three. There's 17 of 30 from behind the arc dollars maverick. Holy cow. 3/4 in the books. 12 minutes still to go. Dallas 1 19 Houston Wanna wait. This is the N B, A on ESPN radio and the ESPN APP presented by indeed. Before we can move forward. We have to get ready to start moving again. Movement is how we express ourselves. No matter if it's on the hardwood, the track or the highway movement drives our potential, and it helps us build momentum for tomorrow. Movement takes us further than we ever thought possible. That's what separates us in competition. And it's what unites us when we need it most. So when you're ready to start moving forward again, we'll make sure you're ready. For every mile Goodyear more driven. And now a game of commercial chicken.
"jeff green" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Me personally the biggest discovery was P. ten to when we good morning Kentucky in eighteen seventy one Pete Hampton was just one of hundreds of African American entertainers who made their way to Europe before the first World have been recorded dozens of songs in London from nineteen oh three to nineteen many like this nineteen oh four track demonstrating his home on it because he would do things that lose musicians with only two to three four decades later he would lose she will she will stamp his feet he was held in between and this the African Americans who were responsible for many of the roots of jazz and blues I had no chance to record in the home country mainly because of discrimination they had no chance to enter the recording studios but also I suspect because the managers of the the talking machine companies the amount or was she a discrimination here as well but no and it's hard and difficult as in the home country the African American music recorded in European studios over a hundred years ago is a vital document of many of the styles that would come to define jazz and blues early scat singing was captured on record in Europe many years before it appeared in American discs is manning and Roberts were there in nineteen fifteen do it all night long right some of the earliest jazz stride piano ever recorded also dates from this era here's African American duo Carlisle and woman recorded in London in nineteen twelve the years before World War one store whole slew of early jazz bands minstrel shows African American choirs and troops of African tribal shoes old touring and recording throughout the whole continent of Europe they traveled all over the place in through the windows of their trains they sold more Europe the most Europeans Jeff green is a historian and a collaborator on the black you're a box it project you have individuals in their troops in Dublin cool sing key and Cairo and flown into imperial Russia anywhere where they walls Hey building would sell tickets for people curious to see these people nineteen nineteen.
"jeff green" Discussed on KTRH
"For three news is this James Jeff green in for rebuilding this is wait for the we ended up losing it it was in a jail in Q. three deleted as time expired the title but one old for it again they won they built this beat Celtics final score one eleven to one ten in from our oh how the mighty have fallen literally department a couple of stories Oprah is the latest to prove the show must go on she fell on stage during her wellness tour in Los Angeles she was talking about maintaining balance in life when she tripped on our own shoot video shows her going down hard as the crowd gasped she was helped up and quickly said wrong shoes then she kicked off her heels and went barefoot she joked it's nice to be talking about balance and then fall director Steven Spielberg's twenty three year old adopted daughter makayla has been arrested and charged with domestic violence against her boyfriend in Nashville Tennessee she posted one thousand dollars bail she'd recently announced that she wants to become a porn star no comment yet from dad Spielberg and don't forget we're.
"jeff green" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"A live because the I got a whole and she's probably going to get to the third yes it may be before this third quarter ends with thirty four seconds to go second free throw is good at Boston down three eighty one seventy eight blink of an eye Westbrook already front court he's got Brad Wanamaker in the right post back to the basket Wanamaker pokes it away here's Taylor wanted to drive spring rolls it up instead it comes up with the basketball what's it up strolled with Jeff green got a use of it two officials blowing whistles will say out of bounds to Houston three words the room by the Celtics and again I said last night Jason what appeared a fish there has been a leader on the basket for him when he shoots it in the paper tonight he's been at the rim what unable to finish Jesus knows is brought you by delta is a dell dot com slash business deals to save on computers with Intel core processors or call eight seven seven five yeah end of the quarter three pointer no good for Jeff green and the rockets have the lead at the end of three quarters of you stated some pretty heavy stuff that's good news for Houston yeah no question about it credible numbers thirty four six what three and a cell numbers or not after three well when the trailer for free let's see if history tells twelve minutes up for the fourth quarter will be back rockets AT one the Celtics seventy eight this is.
Moving on from the 'John Wall Practice Altercation', what are the Wizards' options now?
"Broke a few hours before a number of reports on recent yelling matches during wizards practices hit the Twitter machine. I'm sure you guys saw this. Just to quickly touch on some of it. Bill reportedly blamed general manager, Ernie Grunfeld for this entire mess. It's been here seven years, and he's seen this for seven years. Two long wall reportedly f-bomb to Scott Brooks Kelly Oubre junior did the same thing. Austin rivers got into it with Bill wall got into it with Jeff green, Joe hells, Joe hose told yawn Muhima that is Christmas look ticky. Okay. I made the last one up Joe has really likes the Christmas lights that a y'all has up in his neighborhood. But this is crazy a fire sale could be on the horizon here. What do you do if you're the wizards? And I tell you something about these wizards and locks don't let them fool you. They're not cheap. What do you do? Then. He's right. Yeah. That's the part of the problem here, right? They have their fighting eleven and they're now saying, they're at least admitting they've looked in the mirror and said, okay. May we gotta do something. Here. We got to break up this core. Yeah. It's crazy because they have one hundred seventeen million committed next year. So there over the cap, but they also have ten free agents this coming off season. Thanks body. Marsha that? So So it's it's a. it's you gotta do one or the other. I mean, you really have to say to yourself. We haven't been good for a couple of years. I don't think John wall and his trade value are gonna go up this year. No matter what happens. And I think he's got to grow up somewhere else. I don't think it's going to happen in Washington. And again, if you treat Bradley Beal, I don't think that's blown it up. I think you have to trade John wall. I thought coming into the season we talked about Dwight Howard is that a good signing. I thought well, you know, what as far as the locker room goes can't get any worse will it has gotten worse, and you have to cut it off. Now. Now, you have to train them to any cost at any. I mean like because I would have to attach pick. You would think with some sort of incentive for team to take that for Johnny? You know is taking that contract is straight up. You gotta take a lot of junk back. Right. So maybe that's the
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay and USF discussed on AM Tampa Bay
"And And it gets so loud That you. Know I I don't know it's my ears have been ringing for like the last yesterday. And there's still wringing today the set list was great. From, the really good music yeah whoever was in charge of of the. Playlist did a great job so we've got some more to talk about. In regards to the rally also we're going to talk to Laura Riley food. Critic for Tampa Bay, times we've got comedian Dan it's going to. Be in studio later on so we've got a ton to get you here on. Am Tampa Bay right now let's get a check, on traffic with Ron Stevens From train traffic center powered. By Burgess heating and air what looks like a forties. Remain, on for the accident penelas northbound onto seventy-five near Roosevelt boulevard but. There's no real delays associated with this crash you're looking good coming across. A Howard Franklin bridge into Hillsborough county and once you're off the bridge to. Seventy five clear into, downtown Tampa no delays northbound or southbound seventy. Five and you're moving well on I four no delays on the veterans and it's. Clear on the Salman Springer NewsRadio nine seventy WFL L. a. now transmitting, to south Tampa on FM one zero two point nine FM We have a lot of local stories to get to this morning we're going to have. An update on, the Clearwater. Stand your ground case that we will tell, you about also this Raymond James story I know this interest you in particular Aaron outrageous, outrageous outrageous Moakler I just like I understand like when people go. To a football game they want to enjoy a smoke here in there after a drink we gotta step. Through exactly so, you can't. You can't smoke anywhere on the grounds of, Raymond James anyway Sins are anything what about. Outside the stay outside the stadium. You can right I would hope in the, parking lot come up to me and you know and friends while. We're partying because you. Know. The the little. Vaporizer pens the e cigarettes can't even have those in there Those sometimes the puffs, of smoke that come from those whatever it is Lot of lies I it's it's. It's insane it looks ridiculous to me I'm not even sad about that but like sometimes, I'll think someone has a rice Krispy treat. And get around the corner and it's just a giant, cloud of life To. Me it's less about it impacting me in any way I just think it looks stupid, when it's this giants puff of what is Those crazy Researches. Those. Obnoxious okay those aren't the ones I'm talking. About, cigarettes yeah the things people use to get off. The cigarettes a. Believe me I understand the smell of cigarette is gross for some people if you're used, to it if you're going out to an event where, people party you should have a section one segment section where somebody can go to don't go by. That section if you're not if you're not into the cloud, of smoke stay, the I I could see doing, a section maybe What, parking what are, you going to run and keep smoking But. No more they they put their. Foot down so we'll get we'll get to that story later. I wonder, if people are going to be annoyed about that What's to kneeling and not being able to smoke People drink beers in all seriousness when people, are drinking beers and? We'll get into this later, what do they do sometimes when they drink beer they have a smoke even together smoke Absolutely, it's like sex and smoking right absolutely To. Have. Sex Sandwich if you Jewish And watch TV. The trifecta altogether We also have no you who's gonna join. Us in the seven o'clock hour there's this USF football stadium study USF plays. Their games at Raymond James stadium there's been a lot of talk to maybe USF. Will have their own stadium soon doesn't sound like that's going to be the case at least for for quite a while Look I I think the Ray j. part is fine my question to Noah was and he didn't have a great answer because we had him on about this on PM Tampa Bay earlier in the week was what is the transportation. Situation like because one of the things? That came up is that sometimes Raymond James stadium isn't as filled up as they'd like it to be? Because a lot, of students at USF, can get there and USF is becoming more of a campus where people live. On campus some people from out of state than on the car so what. Is the shuttle transportation situation could that help get more people from the campus to. The game days to bolster the attendance on campus so you know around the surrounding parts Apartments that's what I did, when I went to USF was I lived off campus, on apartments right around, right around the university so so if you're going to keep. It at Raymond James stadium and you want to. Get more people there is that a way that you. Could improve things untold eventually they do get. A, stadium on campus maybe a little but like it's more the inconvenience, of having, to go from Fowler wherever I never that inconvenient when, I went there we? Went to, all the games it wasn't that big of a deal but. I, but I could see if there are ways. Where you can shuttle more people there quickly and easily than maybe that could help a little bit you never gonna fill up Raymond James stadium at a US football game or the? Kids? Could just wake up from their dorms walk down the street put, on a pair of crocs and go to the game let's let's take it one step at a time let's make it easy as possible for these college students that's what we're trying to do coming up next we'll cover some of the top stories. Of the day right now news channel? Eight meteorologists Lee span joins us with today's forecast Lee what can we expect you know small rain chance? This morning mainly along the coast and I hesitated to put the rain chance back at fifty, percent but I went, ahead because there's still plenty of moisture rally thought it would. Be a little bit lower today but so put. The rain chance back at fifty percent there will be. Some scattered downpours through the afternoon but I. Really, believe that starting tomorrow we transition and today a much drier and, much hotter, weekend ahead but today still fifty percent range and now, we're going to hold? You to, that hotter and drier weekend we'll talk to you tomorrow Thank sleep and right now it's time for an update. On today's the latest headlines with Chris trank men in our nine seventy, w. f. l. a. newsroom, vice President Mike Pence is welcoming, back the remains of American troops killed in the Korean war in a speech at a ceremony, in Honolulu pants remarked that, the Korean war is called the forgotten war but those who. Died in the conflict are never forgotten, President Trump tweeted a thank you to North Korean dictator Kim Jong UN more democratic voters are making up their minds ahead of the primary and the governor's race. And that's good news for the only female candidate Opole shows former congresswoman Gwen Graham in the lead the poll, from Saint Pete polls dot org chose Graham with a. Seven point lead over Jeff green with former Miami, Beach mayor Philip LeVine in third place but the number of undecided voters is down about sixteen percent since. The last poll two weeks ago. Oscar nominee Margot Robbie is considering joining Academy Award winners Charlie's the're on. And Nicole Kidman in an An untitled movie about the Fox News sexual harassment scandal a Hollywood reporter says Kidman will portray Gretchen Carlson and, the're on will play Megan. Kelly I'm Chris tranquil on NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a now let's check sports from the six twenty WD sportscenter on their Jacobson rookie willia- done is homered and, drove in two runs to lead the race to a. Seven two two win yesterday over the LA angels the, two teams, will wrap up their series this afternoon at the Trump first pitch at one ten Ohio State. Head football coach urban Meyer was placed on paid administrative leave yesterday as, the school announced it's investigating, Courtney Smith's claims that several people, close to the coach knew of two thousand fifteen allegation of domestic violence against her ex husband, that would be former Ohio, State assistant football coach Zac Smith he was fired in July. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have given general, manager Jason light a one year contract extension that will keep them with the team or.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers report to training camp without QB Jameis Winston
"Tweeted that he was, a crowd and RA. Fell out that came just a year after forty nine people were gunned. Down at pulse nightclub including my best friend he sold out those forty nine line in Orlando for an NRA rating wolf wants the governor to order an investigation of Putnam's. Office for issuing. Concealed weapon permits to almost three. Hundred people who failed an f., b. i. background check Putnam claims they've already investigated and the problem has been fixed a new poll shows Putnam trailing congressman Ron Santa's in the Republican race for. Governor Opole from Florida Atlantic has dissatisfied with thirty six percent Putnam is at twenty seven, percent on the democratic side. Former congresswoman Gwen Graham is the leader with twenty percent followed by former Miami. Beach mayor Philip LeVine at sixteen percent Jeff green is at fourteen things are back to normal at Sarasota. County school following a chemical leak students attending a day camp at the oak park School were ordered to shelter in place on Wednesday as firefighters. Wearing has Matt suits investigated a gas cloud in a therapy pool building firefighters determined freon was leaking from an air conditioning unit and the building was ventilated no injuries were. Reported Recco show. NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a Tampa. Bay Buccaneers reported for training camp, on Wednesday and at the press availability the big question was how will they start the two thousand eighteen regular season without quarterback Jameis Winston is been suspended for. The first three games after an alleged groping incident involving an Uber driver wide receiver Mike, Evans says they'll be just. Fine with backup QB Ryan Fitzpatrick is a little different he's as much older. Guy and no is experience level is going to help us a lot You. Know that's that's what that's why we have no we have really good quarterback room and when guys. Down next minute as for Winston word is that he'll speak for the first time about the suspension following today's I workout it's eight oh five at NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a no company grows forever and it seems that Facebook's growth, may have hit the wall yesterday the company announced that, its user base flatlined in its biggest market the, US and Canada in the. Latest quarter while declining one percent in Europe and the chief financial officers said revenue growth rates would decline in the third and fourth quarters. As well the news, blindsided Wall Street which is punishing the shares Facebook is worth about one. Hundred billion dollars less than it was yesterday President Trump has declared a ceasefire in his trade war with Europe. And meeting in the White House yesterday with e. You. Commission president JEAN CLAUDE Juncker the. Two leaders agreed to hold off on other tariffs while the e u pledged to boost imp- Ports of US soybeans and, natural gas, shares. Of European car makers surged after. President, Trump agreed to put auto tariffs. On hold for NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a I'm John Metaxas with a Bloomberg business update hi this is Charlie slows. Twenty years ago I. Called the. First major league baseball game in Tampa Bay these days I'm calling games at our nation's capital Washington DC but proud is still call. Tampa Bay our winter home I'm also proud to say Dallas folks, person for a man many of you have. Come to know David Graham Graham capital advisors in the early two thousands we were all making a lot of money in our IRA's 401K's. Then the great recession eight and half of. Our money was gone goodbye now that things are rolling again get a good second. Opinion from Graham capital advisors before the.
LeBron, Cavs looking to turn around Finals at home
"This is this even a smith show podcast steve day come to our number two back stephen smith show espn radio coming at you as i love to do every weekday two hundred and fifty plus markets across the united states of america plus espn radio on sirius xm and approximately nine minutes or so junior welterweight champion of the world super lightweight champion of the world thirty two and twenty three kale's his name is terence crawford arguably the best pow pow fighter in the world fighting the mgm grand in vegas this out of night world boxing organization wb l welltowheel tight or the world versus jeff horn looking forward to that fight no question about it and obviously before we talked to him reminding you that will come in at you live from cleveland ohio side of game three and four at quicken loans arena wednesday in friday night lebron james and the cleveland cavaliers trying to stave off elimination down to and his best of seven nba final series of the golden state warriors game three is tomorrow night at the q and obviously i think they need to bench jr smith stockpile kover make sure that you know of couple of guys get some planned tom like rodney hood rodney hood korver should start jeff green tristan thompson keep them in there and lebron james has to go beserk but we can talk more about that i was spent the first hour talking about president trump and his cancellation of.
Jeff Green of Cleveland Cavaliers to start in place of injured Kevin Love in Game 7
"Might take another one if he gets thirty points between two teammates it's more about the defense for me and that's why yes for night kevin love might be better suited being in a suit mistreat close now kevin love missed a game in the two thousand sixteen nba finals due to a concussion was also out for the cavaliers with a concussion back in march once again kevin winter as he breaks down no love no problem opus hill left wing office green takes three misses it kevin love is on the ground as rosier grabs the rebound love is on his back in the backward and george hill we'll take a foul on wazir at midcourt lab is still down those two collided the back of the tatum's head i believe to the face of kevin love kevin law as the worst plus minus when he's been on the court for the cavaliers in this series at minus twenty when he's gone to the bench cleveland his outscored boston by eighteen in their offense is eleven point eight points better per one hundred possessions without love backs his way towards the block still backing five shooters.
Cleveland Cavaliers turn in a disgraceful performance
"You have a team led by lebron james and it's inexcusable how cleveland can come out and play like that and i'm placing this at the feet of lebron james tyronn lue lebron james had those fantasy basketball numbers twenty six points ten rebounds five assists he didn't look engaged at all in this game and that clearly clearly was able to transfer to everybody else on this basketball team where you win this game five like i said in boston would be done they've only won one playoff game on the road this postseason you would've taken care of your business gone to the nba finals instead if you wanted to game seven fine but there's a better way to go about that if you're the cleveland cavaliers freddie how disengaged was lebron at times and then just lebron was his entire team but you know seven forty nine to go jeff green hits a three eighty three seventy one twelve point game it was a twenty what twenty two point game right so the cavs have cut it to ten we're going all right is this false hope or you know are we going to get a game here in an mba conference finals basketball game we saw two points scored in the next two and a half minutes and those two points came after lebron james at five nineteen to go dribble the ball directly out of bounds and in boston gets deuce alive seventy one and then that was it it was false hope from jeff green three and literally no one has the ball in his right hand he's he's you know and not even to the elbow and takes on the parameter writes his left side turns around and the ball goes into the second row when was the last time you saw that from the greatest player on the planet it was just ridic not even contested yeah no one was bothering it was just ridiculous and pathetic and cleveland you have nobody to blame for this but yourself freddie and fitz simons on espn radio presented by progressive insurance small business protection just got easier with more than thirty coverage options available progressive.