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"John Weapon Daily discussions before I get started like to acknowledge the truce land on his on. Whose land where recode. Which is the bone people because my name is not on or injury like it usually recorded the year. It's unbundling. So he in Victoria and by Tribes Apart of the cooling nations. So John Welcome to daily discussions the live version of it. Hey going today. Yeah great thanks. Yeah thanks thanks. Have a pleasure to be Walsum. Awesome and before we started doing a share away from and What you position at the moment yes. Sure so I'm almost from bitter a country which is sort of at central west Queensland Basically at in there in the middle in Iway significant sought for people so add sort of special spring show. Why at that? Why yet really? I still don't know where that is a bit here. It's about eight hours north west of Brisbane. Yeah Wow so wrought out and you said the cultural significance. How high are we talking? These ranges in a huge this this tearing Ryan said there that sort of some a couple of hundred meters above sea level in yes. I ended up work at their that. Dates back to more than ten days and Yeah this is a lot of historic History of the divers for us yet I still like finding I know some Victorian so digressing before we get into it but so interesting Some ABS Dan. Hey Lodge mountains. I won't even say which ones but there's a lot of artwork that is still being discovered across the ranges Nfl Aboriginal is only that sort of a case there as well. Yeah there's a lot of second thoughts Cousins Arranger at the National Park Yet she goes on sighing loss. Wake that I found another another cultural sought yet just pitcher. Esca the mold New Way to go in and had explosive in a new way to go in terms of that. It's risky. I'm yet that that last last week. Still sought still being developed in an explode today. Yes incredible now. I've got three strains on hassle. I can always look at what other stuff. You've been doing a lot easier on. Usually just tolkien. I'd take notes but having the technology makes it a so much more convenient Your previous work with Avi A. I meant you went at Futures Forum which I think was a program that e sort of took laid on him put together Juwan explain what a futures form is and then. How does that work with Indigenous people because a lot of these terms and days a very foreign because we practiced these elements in different aspects of different ways but now with aligning so it makes sense in a in a Western context share. What a futures forum that works yes. Other futures will become that was born out of a of an agenda really engage with the future generation In terms of business economic sense and side what we've done is we raised Former colleague in MSL developed this concept. That really looked at. What does the future look like for indigenous people in this country in the next fifty years? What does that look like in relation to business? And let's get together deadly bunch of of a feature entrepreneurs and business people too early unpack. What that what that looks locking site that just got together. There are more country that we got and Yet we we tries back into into a pasta history and work towards a future vision statement as to what business. Lock in fifty. Is Tom here? There's some powerful stuff and was great to meet you there and have the caliber of yourself in the other people in the room. I think it was a fairly painful experience that we will go by. Yeah I think for me. It was a low the Tom I am. I'm coming onto thirty now. And so being a young entrepreneur and saying other young entrepreneurs full of indigenous latest. Probably like pretty intimidated. I was like Oh man these all these ideas a deadly like I should have thought of that But then I like you guys. Sharing and the facilitated tristen was sharing that A lot of people like early in the states have these expos in forums where I would pretty much plan how cities and how things would be divided in built and then from there that people have got the knowledge in the nine how where to position themselves to to get work where to position themselves to united. Start a business or bill equity and ask first nations people. We never really sold the reason to build up and build high things. We were living off the land sustainably living with each other trading with each other trading with Malays in Indonesia that went through China and dumb CEOS a concept that we sort of bring best both worlds really. I applaud you for that. And now you'll see you. Yes we'll get back to that. Let's rock back to dot. Cue the sound. That does time. What but let's take it back to growing up which you grow up you grow up. 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Innovation and the Clich
"Years the editor of Lens Work Publishing Brooks Jensen as an introduction to this topic. Let me begin with a little bit of inside baseball as they say. Did describe how it is that these podcasts come about. Oftentimes they're sparks from something. I read or something someone says to me or an idea. Get an e mail. Sometimes it's ideas that just bubble up out of nowhere. As I've often mentioned this happens a lot in the shower for some reason so I actually have a divers where I can jot down ideas before I forget them while. I'm still in the shower. And that's what happened this morning at phrase occurred to me out of the clear. Blue Sky jotted down. I had no idea where it was going. But I've been thinking about it all day in it's led to a very interesting train of thought. I WANNA share with you. The phrase is as a pursuit in life. The creation of art seems to be a dance between innovation an execution dance between innovation and execution. And here's what occurred to me while I was thinking about this. I've been listening to two different kinds of music of late. I've for reasons I can't explain really gotten into the piano concertos of Rachmaninoff. And I've mentioned that these are available on Youtube Etcetera. Play by this brilliant Chinese Pena's named Eugene and by sheer coincidence. I've also discovered a composer. Young woman who is very talented at composing classical music. And she's been exploring lots of other genres of music are names Nari Soul and she has been discussing of late in some of her Youtube Videos John Cage and his work. With what's called a prepared piano. He would take an open up a piano and attach things to the strings. like paper clips and whatnot and and the piano would make very funny noises and oftentimes. He would not really play music. He would just play notes and things and very innovative very creative. Very modern very sort of avant garde out there and she's been exploring some of his ideas so I I had these two things that are clashing in my brain the extreme precision and accomplishment of the execution of Rachmaninoff by Eugene Dong and John Cage and is prepared piano as explored by Nari Soul. I think these two extremes are what got me thinking about the dance between innovation and execution. LemMe ask the question. This way in terms of piano music which is a higher form of accomplishment. The extreme innovation of John Cage thinking way outside the box not only thinking outside of meter and normal harmonies and progressions but thinking about outside normal instruments. And how they can be modified in played with talk about innovation way out there so we applaud that to some degree and then at the other end of the scale is you. Juwan and her unbelievably precise playing Rachmaninoff. And the the execution that she brings to his scores are not only extremely high in terms of technical proficiency but also in terms of emotional content. So that's a very high measure of success. But can't we agree that these two are at essentially completely opposite ends of the creative spectrum? Both forms of music can bring out emotions. Strong positive and negative is zoom and both of them can be seen to fall in some sort of competition or scale of things. And which do we appreciate more? Well obviously the reason I bring all this up is because I'm thinking about this relative to photography to what's more important in photography extreme innovation here. I'm thinking of the inventive work from the imagination of photographers like Jerry. You'll Zeman or John Paul Capela Negro or Huntington Witherell or dominic rouse or the incredibly precise execution on very traditional lines. And here on thinking of Bruce Marne bomb and John Sexton and and even people like Steve McCurry. Which do we value more? The key idea here seems to me to revolve around our expectations. If we go into a piece of artwork with the assumption that what we're looking for is incredibly talented sensitive execution and we see something like the prepared piano of John Cage or the innovative of Jerry yells men or someone we might say. Well that's not what I call a picture because it doesn't look like what we expect a fine art photograph to look like on the other hand if we go in assuming that what we value. Is something really innovative? Something we've never seen before then we can look at work like. Oh maybe even Louis Balsam Robert Atoms and Lee friedlander Gary Winner. Grand and say well. That's that's not what I call a picture. But wow is that fantastic. Because it doesn't look at all like we expect a fine art photograph to look. I think it's easy for us to appreciate the fact that there are two camps. It's perhaps even easier to fall into one of those two camps without even realizing it if we're a traditionalist we're gonNA look at the innovative and the Avant Garde is being weird and certainly when people look at oh do sharp or Mcgraw eat they might look at those paintings and say that's weird. That's you know. Because it doesn't look like Rembrandt Raphael. On the other hand if greet and duchamp painted like Rembrandt and Rafael. We might look at it and say well. That's boring because it's not innovative so therefore it doesn't seem to add much to the history of painting and so we're not interested in it. Well we can do exactly the same thing in photography. How do you evaluate work when you look at it? Do you evaluate it based on its execution and how well it conforms to the cliche or do you evaluate it based on its innovation and how different and unique it is. There is a position in the Middle. Which gives me pause for concern. Because if what we're trying to do is have the best of both worlds have innovation and traditional execution for example. Then the only thing that's left is what you point your camera at that is to say trying to find something that hasn't been photographed as artwork before and turn that into your bailiwick or your creative vision. In hopes that people would look at it and say beautifully done traditionally printed man fantastic execution of something. That's never been photographed before and isn't that Nice. Do you realize that that's exactly what happened? In the early history of painting this has been discussed by lots. And lots of people. Certainly not a unique idea. And certainly not my own but basically the idea's this for generations for literally. Hundreds of years painting was of the human figure primarily religious pictures descent from the cross kinds of things but usually what happened in those paintings as they had to be set in some kind of scene and so there would be introduced in the background. Some little bit of a tree or a little stream or a building or something and with enough passage of time and hundreds of years. Painters started saying to the figure move over. We're we're more interested in what's going on in the background than we are in the human figure or the story and landscape painting was born but when landscape painting was born that way there were probably lots and lots of people around who said well. That's not what I call a painting because whereas the people this is just a bunch trees that's not very interesting so it was innovative but it wasn't traditional and it certainly didn't measure up to the kinds of execution that were expected in a portrait of a person or the painting of a of a story seen or some such thing
"juwan" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"Up or not and you show. WHO's the king core at that point of the season? That's why you have the players of the week you have players of the month. That's why you have a regular season. MVP and then for the postseason. That's why you have a finals. MVP and so now the players have realized that you're gonNA dumb me down and only judge me by stats only judge me by championships. APS ships. Oh the regular season will be meaningless to me too and ten games into the regular season so I agree with you philosophically but I do want the point something out like when coach Dale talked about playing Rj Barrett for forty one minutes. He's like what are we talking about. We've gotten too crazy with his lowest management thing and I completely agree with him. He's got a young team with young legs. Legs and Roger does not have an injury history the same way some of these other people to my question for you. Is this players like Joel. EMBIID players Leonard. Last year a player like Russell Westbrook who sat out a game who had some surgeries like when it comes to players like that that have dealt with injury. Histories doesn't load management just makes sense. They're low management. It is not just the minutes that you play on the box score okay. It's a holistic approach that a team in athlete is using is how much you sleep. How much you practice is not just the numbers on the box score okay as it relates to players in today's game you mentioned? Rj Beer for.
"juwan" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Who's my brother for life? I love that. Who was the difficult the most difficult recruit of the fab five for you? When you were fashioning that together best you could back was difficult one to land, if you will know it wasn't a it wasn't. I can't recall anyone ban difficult because they all just they understood the vision. They, they also you know, embrace the fact that when he was important, it was number one priority. And so if you wanna win, you know, you wanna go out there and just go to school, and just rack up points, stats and make yourself look good. Go right ahead. But if you talk about winning CW championships and let's start now with. Let's make something special. And sure enough, we made history while the four I let you go want. If you don't mind, I've got a suggestion of what I think, is going to be your toughest recruit here. But I think you can pull this off. Okay. All right. He now here we out here you played with him. And he he he's gone on Twitter. He is supported you, and he was singing your praises, and he was celebrating you being the head coach of the university of Michigan. But getting LeBron James under the Michigan fold Mr. Ohio State himself would be just awesome. I would love that if you get LeBron just common once twice hanging out talking about Michigan basketball because he's rooting for you. That would be awesome. It will be awesome what you know what I mean. You said it best, Ohio State has a strong passionate love for how state you're not get that I respect that totally, but one thing that LeBron I have experienced that house. They has an experienced with him. Is that? Four straight championship appearances. And during the NBA finals to NBA final championships. Right. The Brad brotherhood is like no other. And he understands it and knows that you know where my love and passionate is there for in respect to the half of him and his family. Hey, I'm sure he'll come in by take a Bizet. And there you go. The specialists places. We're love get LeBron. Now, I know I can't, you know, I, I don't want to, like, speak out of turn it on, if he w you know, say I'm recruiting anyone lay to LeBron but. Lebron thing right now. So far. John. I'm not going to get you in trouble on day one. I refused to do, but giving LeBron James to come watch a Michigan practice. That's all I'm saying just get them. Just just get the hang I don't know if I don't know if that's I don't think that's a violation of anything he wants to come in. Hang out and just just put an just put a Michigan hat on him, just want just something snap a picture. Let's put it out there. That would be, that's that could be your first win before. Even play a game. Do you wanna say? Go. And, and I guess that's that is also just a finish up. I guess that's the headline of this whole thing anything's possible. You're the head coach of Michigan basketball. And speaking on behalf of all the alums that I know in myself I, I think it's just awesome and go crush it go blue marriage. I love you, brother. Thanks. Thank you for everything, man. Thank you for the support. Absolutely go blue baby. You got just let me know. That's Juwan Howard, Michigan head coach here on the rich Eisen show. He can't. He can't offer brawny something before he's even played for Sierra canyon. Right. He can't do that could the cabins in college football, the time that he just do Magic Johnson, wink, wink, that maybe he picked that up from Pelinka. So are you the Jimmy Kimmel in this scenario? No. Oh, no. But he's right. He's four straight NBA finals to NBA championships that stuff is thicker than scarlet, and gray Jones been the adult in the room for a very long. That's what Jalen said, right? Yeah. That's what Jalen said. Fantastic. Pretty cool, Michigan head coach Juwan Howard by eight four four two zero four rich is the number to dial here on this front here on the rich Eisen show..
Michigan introduces Juwan Howard as new basketball coach
"Officials at Michigan will introduce Juwan Howard is the wolverines new head basketball coach today. With more here's WWE's. Tony ortiz. The morning Jackie page. Howard will meet with reporters at a press conference that will take place this afternoon at Chrysler center before six year old former member of the fab five was hired last week to replace John left the wolverines program after twelve years to become head coach of the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers earlier this month. The introduction of Howard comes just one day after providence head coach Ed Cooley tells stadiums Jeff Goodman on his most recent podcasts why he decided to withdraw his name from consideration for the Michigan job after interviewing earlier this month. And they it was everything to me, not so much being home, but leaving home and the locker room of the players that we've recruited kids that have been, you know, came to providence college because the way they were recruited and I just didn't think now. Was that high in the wake of that interview with Michigan Cooley, ended up getting
"juwan" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"I guess is a good trade off. It's a one to one and his Moines. Michael wilpon saw him, do this whole spiel about Juwan Howard deserves to get a chance to get this job. I mean we've seen Clyde Drexler go to Houston. We've seen a bunch of guys go back to their all maters, and Chris Molins, probably the, you know, the five-year example, we just saw and everyone seemed to be fine with. That he had some good small ones, not at Saint John's anymore. By the way, I just want to remind. Yes, exactly. He ended his five year deal. And then he said, okay, I'm good. And that's pretty much what will bond was saying with John. How do you like what, what's the problem Juwan Howard being there for four or five years? He may not have a twelve year be line run. But, you know it's good for the program. Get the fab five ingratiated, and then I saw Jalen rose came out officially and said, Chris Webber, Jalen rose the beef is over phones, and it's, it's officially over. The fat five will be Michigan game. Here's Weber said the beef is over. He is not. So, so that's what I was the one who got fucked in the whole deal was like, they're all picking up the bag and Chris Weber's the one that got shunned from the program. So he was like, hold on a second. Why am I the one that's, that's Chris Webber? It was washing. Jalen rose on ESPN say that news. What is going on here, but apparently, they're going to be at the games support, Juwan Howard. So that's exciting. You know, I mean that is cool. They were ostracized when they first came in the game, people like who are these guys do they think they are. We don't like them. This is our game. We don't like riot shorts even though the baggage they had been there. No, no. Okay. They invented black socks shorts and the name jail losing in the title game. Yes. So it's cool that they're back in college basketball, and they're accepted, I guess is where we're at now on our doing there. Yeah, it is cool. Also, the, the breakdown of whether this was a good higher not as historical to me, because let's, let's call it like it is, like, no one has any idea of Juwan Howard is going to be good head basketball coach..
"juwan" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"You wanna fly your brain. This is the place to do it. About that trying to cut back when you want to know cutting grass and South Carolina. That's that's a that's a steam bath. You know, it, what question James, I was in the store, and I'm I'm, I'm just take what I'll guess say that. I know Jay probably happened to spiritual words, towards Chris Webber. No, he didn't. You're not coast to one. How would you know you, you didn't miss anything j just wanted to know? I we forgiving Chris Webber, and I said, JJ, you need to do some research go look at what Chris Webber go look at what Chris Weber's has done for this university. And what he he's given a Scotland what? J J J doesn't know he's given a scholarship when he left here, he gave a scholarship to non athletes, and he has a scholarship since he's since he still he's still have that scholarship that gives out to kids in Detroit. So I mean, look, I know that everybody wants Chris do apologize and do different things. And everything like that. But I mean look, I mean we've been forgiving kids, we've been forgiven. Nick bolsa. We've been forgiven the kid from Josh Allen from Wyoming. Because he said something on Twitter. I mean everything these kids. I mean they was seventeen years old. I mean, kids are gonna do things certain things. But now you want. Now, we still want blood, we still want this man to you know, we still want him to do something. I don't know what they want. I get it. I get it. But look, you give people who, who, who do criminal things more sympathy than you give Chris or anybody else. Yes. You know how long ago was that with Chris Webber? How long ago was that, Jamie? Twenty years, probably going on twenty years. Yeah. I. Little time ago. Right. And my thing is if you if Botha did this recently, where he came out talking sexual, and he had beef with them. And then he was talking about beyond saying, was music was trashed and, you know, he he basically attacking everybody was black. You know, it you, you say out what hang Chris Webber tar hills with the line of eighteen nineteen year old he said, well, he don't care both gotta right to say what you want to say, and he'll care about what both they don't bother. Chris Webber telling telling avocation that, you know, who don't I tell you what I don't know what person does go get on the stand. And if they think that they don't have. I don't have it might make you go to jail. I dunno. Nobody's gonna say. Yeah. Did it just be? A real. I know I I'm Chris from the same city. Oh pro, and we don't like to be in court if you sent me on the stand, and I'm I'll stand it up standing citizen, but you put me on the stand and do something. And if I if I get convicted on a jail, whether or not, I'm saying, well, just be real. I'm going to tell you be careful who you learn to don't be learned to the fans 'cause you go to jail. No. But also like like e said from the very start. The biggest thing is Chris Weber's not hired as coach always to want how. Yeah. I mean you know why did you want go into? They you go. There you go, Jamie. Exactly how it be. Hi, what they boy, and I just want to help you out, lady five is not the head coach of Miskin is just want our do I how it was the one fiber, they that particularly people really everybody if you look at if you go back and watch the tape why how he got a little site of sometimes that shook up the world, but it was never the English phased the trash talking. He would always like the businessman like you almost feel playing basketball in the soup. If you look at his demeanor, he was always the cool calm, collective guy that was just kinda like, like they like Chris Webber, Jalen saying he was growing up in the group. And all of them say that everybody that everybody that's been interview about. Juwan Howard in Java. I it's character go, no one has say anything disparaging about his character. Everyone has spoke very highly of his is character of his, I q his of his of his. Just him as a person. Everyone has spoken highly of this guy. You can't not not like he'll be higher because he had a friend that lied in court. I my my best friend is serving life without parole right now. They got the football and social workers on, now it has what, what one person does have to do with other. So if you wanna go out to Chris Webber, we're about team in the why did he do stuff when he Michigan before, you know? I'm just saying. Don't nobody else. You know what I'm saying? I come on, man like me. He is not the coast to one is. Post is our guy, man. Whether you like it or not. This is our guy. No europE handle, whether you like it or not, and roofing him because guess what? If do do does. Well, our university does. Well, that's what we want at the end of the day, Goldblum. No, you're right. You're right. Thanks for the phone call. I mean it makes great point. Look, Chris Weber's not the coach. He's just a former teammate of the coach and you can say what you want, which will it's not Chris Webber. They didn't. Hi, chris. Webber. Chris Webber come back. Maybe in support his teammate, his former teammate, maybe probably most likely saw some steps we saw some steps in the right direction even before this even happened. Right. Maybe you would have seen them at a basketball game regardless. Yeah. So I mean look you got. I, I can't I can't really get get words out, because it just flusters me. We are drawn how it to be the coach here young. Remember that one Howard, every NBA team was if they needed to coach was interviewing him, I think some of them were going to drop on. Oh, he was going to be an NBA coach this year, might not have been in Cleveland, because again, people get interviewed at different positions for different reasons all the time, you know, Mike brought up, why wasn't he interviewed, and why isn't he the Cleveland head coach? Well, because he was interviewing for different MBA, and clearly Cleveland head somebody in mind who they wanted to go after and they, they got him. So, you know, again, for me, if you wanna hold off forming an opinion because he doesn't have any experience in your nervous about that. If you wanna have that position, I understand it, but again, for the people who are already upset about him being our coach. It's people who have. Negative feelings about the fab five in that era, and they're, they're holding onto them. That's let it go. Well again, you know, I can understand you not being thrilled about our coach because he doesn't have experience in your nervous about that. But again, the people who are already angry about this higher already negative about it are just people who have bad feelings leftover from then. And again, it's, it's been twenty five years. We, we need to we need to move on and some point. Yeah. You gotta let go some point because they didn't. They didn't hire the fat five. They hired one guy who played on the fat five, and I think they hired to go. One thing supposed- model is right? I mean yeah you saw. They shook up the world. He said we should up the world because do you realize they met when they were down there in Atlanta? They staying at the hotel that Muhammad Ali was staying Manama. They went and met with Muhammed Ali. So when they won that, that's where that comes from. We should. The world like Mohammed Ali was saying, I shook up. I mean, come on me, there's, if you guys are gonna you guys going to be upset about something, give me something legit. Give me something legit. Don't, don't give me this. No. Again, it's harboring a bad feelings from twenty years ago that you still haven't been able to let go wouldn't. You know, I'm not saying people are wrong for having that opinion. Everyone's everyone's entitled to their own opinion. But anybody who's upset about it, Jamie? That's, that's what it's about because it did take our program, a long time to get over that there were, there were a lot of years, a lot of hurdles that we had to get to as of a result of all, and you can't I Chris Webber wasn't driving down fourteen. And I didn't an accident. That was some other players that did that. I mean, that was Chris Webber that wasn't Jalen, Jalen rose. I know they did things. But, but these kids, they were kids at the time they weren't what they are now in their forties. Driving down the highway. I'm a fab five y'all know who I am. They they're not doing that. Y'all make an satellite. They still running around doing it again. Be we met at the coaches who are doing all these illegals doing things that, you know, a wrong with again. They are, there are kids, so it's a little bit more usable. But even after they left still they're young. They were young people even Chris Webber after he left Michigan and within the NBA dealing with some of that stuff. He's still a twenty two year old kid twenty five year old kid. So, you know, it's, it's something that were we're going to have to move on from it. I'm hoping that once up until John starts coaching. This is going to be the primary topic of conversation because it's what he's most famous for with our university and he's coming back now. But once we start coaching, then we get to dive into what he's doing here as the program. So I, I'm looking forward to that, because up until then it's going to be all all speculation and all a lot of talk about this because we don't we don't know exactly what we're getting it. No. You don't heal all the questions. I'm sure he's going to answer all your questions, once you wondering and everything like that. That's why I said, what you question for? He's been doing it for twenty five years. Right. Not gonna be anything new now. Anyway, we got to go to a break. We come back. Phone line's still open. The, the know what you'd think or what you want to say, if you had that chance, get the raise your hand and he points at you and say, okay. Yes. And you get what's that question? You're listening to the end zone. This is the zone should have to pay for one.
"juwan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Gale force winds. So. He's not the play that he once was, so I don't know what you'd do about it. The wind was going there. When was gala now. Yes yesterday. So when he hit it. So I was surprised to find out that too. Expires. I Al Avila. I, I can't think of many homegrown prospects. At the Tigers have gotten. I remember the picture they got from North Carolina. Custom Burland her back then decade decade hamper go, 'cause they were signing the people that nobody else would sign because they demanded these outrages signing bonuses and stuff. And I mean that's actually how we got Cabrera your know the truth retreated was that Miller. And. Somebody else Cameron made been firm. That other Dontrelle Willis was at the trade could they got Cabrera with Dontrelle Willis, I'm gonna tell you sandy, I didn't customer Lander as we got hill a lot. He's had a bad year this year to the mobile used them in the pin. I, I don't know anything about that. All I know is even really stuck recently. It's my opinion and just what it is that Ron Gardenhire is doing a good job of managing that club. And I don't know what you think I know when I disagreed about the previous manager so I like your comments on Gardenhire and what he's doing now and his career and gum, a little thought about Mr. Juwan Howard, I ended up and take your comments. Go blue always you member on Ohio's, a four letter word. Oh, h I. Oh, you're right. Thanks. As far as Juwan Howard is concerned. I don't know what to say to it. The only thing I can tell you about Juwan Howard. I was in Miami, I was living right there for a while. And I was sitting in the seat, right under the basket. When John Howard did the inside position for rebounding. The guy a free throw. He tried to jump to get the rebound. He didn't go to inches off the floor. This is five years before he retired. His numbers awful as five six years before he finally retired. I don't know if he can coach. You're not I know he's getting the five five, but what do you expect them to say? I hope it's a right deal. But I think I think rose is totally wrong when he said, he'll turn around the Michigan program that Michigan program does not need to be turned around needs to be going the same direction. They're going in now. Hopefully he can do it. I don't know that he can while I'm gonna pull for my hope hopefully he can do it. And as far as Avalon Bela, whatever you wanna call him. He's going right in his word. You're not going to change your mind at all. I asked about bringing up. Casey minds down. What do you want to bring them up to the losing? I don't want to do that to a young pitcher. But he is going to bring them up by the end of the year. The really I don't know if they're concerned, but they really have to watch, I think does cameras a sure thing to come in September. Please take it a step back to last couple months. The other pitches we talked about. We talk that much about them. Let's talk now about him. After we take this break..
"juwan" Discussed on WEEI
"The fab five is back together. Trying to figure out who the hell. I'm talking about. Don't worry every college kid who's going to be told that is to. Of course, the fab five is the former Michigan starting five highlighted by Chris Webber, and flanked by Jalen rose Juwan Howard. Make sure I get the other guys names in their little thing in a lot of run these days. Jimmy king is one of them. Anyway, the fab fives, getting back together because apparently Juwan Howard getting hired as the rate, Jackson's the fifth member of the fat, by the way, parentage one. We're getting hired by Michigan to be the head coach has somehow cleared the air of thirty years of bad blood between Jalen rose and Chris Webber for those, you don't know, Rosenwasser shared the team, and then for some unknown reason that is clear, seemingly, only two rows and two Weber. They weren't buddies. They weren't friends. They weren't pals and they haven't been for thirty years. But somehow, Juwan Howard being the head coach of Michigan has cleared that up. Jalen rose saying this week. That there will not be any sideshows. They will not be disrespect to the program that will not be any friction amongst the fab five. We're all about to come together and make sure what we do we gotta do to put us back on top of the map. That's great. That's a good idea. Jalen rose Michigan should work as hard as they could be at the top of the map, you know, who can't help them the fab five. You know what I high school basketball star sees when he sees you the host of get up washed old men?.
"juwan" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"This is a win for them a victory that. All the day. Sacrifice to be members of the fat five can now be reincarnated do Joon as the head coach and the influence that we're not going to have to support him as a loan. Are we gonna see the fab five together at a Michigan game? This no doubt. It'd be blast standing side-by-side it will be blasphemous for us to be walking the face of the earth, and not see eye to see the one thing about us is we were just teammates. We're brooks. And you could fall out with family and not talk for year. Not taught for five years. But guess what you still family? And at some point, everybody got to get over what, what the Ellsworth I realized last night, part of the ills in the relationship overall and you notice because we've talked about this on and off wags it was a level of defense that everybody had to protect their own backside based on all the things that transpired. Of course. And so now that's over that's over. It's, it's very own. Have you spoken to Chris Webber since Jordan was physically? No, we have a text chain that four of us was responding to for years over the last handful of months. Five of us have been responded, Ed, I'm gonna just say this because I'm feeling really good about it. Before Juwan Howard got the job before he got the job because I want people to know that this is bigger than Michigan, and I want to also show, Jawad leadership. Okay. The first person that signed his letter of intent who actually went on to recruit, the other four members of the fast say, they'll gangs gets lost a lot, the first member to sign his letter of intent who went all along with Steve Fisher shoutout, along with Brian Dutcher, and this guy got validated by John beeline to goal and they recruit, the rest of us, Jawara was always the adult in the room. Okay. I will say see, well, had the charisma to wa had the character, I'll probably was the loose cannon. Ray Jackson was the best athlete in Jimmy was just Scott King. Okay. Win that group took place. Even if you look at there's a video, I just saw early when we were all during the interview, and we all were huddled up that John sitting in the middle pulling us together. I look back at a video where we were at the final four game. And it was four of us sitting there at the time. And I'm talking doing what I'm doing. John tap me like yo you need to be paying attention today. That, that's who he is, John while I was the captain. John is the anchor the rock. Okay. Him being the head coach of the university of Michigan trumps everything Trump's any dysfunction trumps any beef trumps anything about the banners trumps anything about people getting in number retire. It Trump's me caring about being in the collegiate hall of fame as an individual order FAFSA. None of that matters. No more. I've been baptized. I'm fatefully wear. My maze in blue and I'm gonna be as many games and many practices are poss- as possible to support the program. Jalen rose. You know, this is all leading, right? We're statute. I'm, I'm gonna take my own money. And I'm the hiring just to get the design started is going to be this year. It's not going to be mixed here. There will be a statue of the fat five on that campus. And I got to say one more thing props to the university of Michigan for allowing this reunion as I call it resurgence happening without a tragedy taking place. Because normally that's when people reunite. I'm glad that it has to hap- exactly. Well, let's get to people. If you're carrying revolving, that means you're not paying.
"juwan" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"He's only forty six now. And he was already on the shortlist everywhere you start to look at this with college basketball and to know what college basketball is like, now in Juwan Howard, went through this because they had the recruiting scandal, the payment scandal with the fab five with Chris Webber. You know, but it's there and trying to keep track of that is really difficult, even though you only have thirteen to fifteen players keeping track of but John Howard's going into that situation where you gotta know what's going on. And there was talk that John beeline. One of the reasons why he left college basketball is he did not want to play that game. He was tired of the cesspool that is college basketball hadn't changed not going to change anytime soon. John would rather coach in the NBA where he has probably less authority, maybe less of an impact that he's going to have at Michigan. But John Howard wanting and a head coaching job. I understand why you would take the chance you jump for that opportunity. It's like Jim horrible. We keep we keep waiting for her ball to get when he's got to go back to the NFL. I mean the colts he'll, he'll coach the colts right? And then I keep saying Harbaugh just got there hasn't proven anything yet. Not not on a grand scale. Has he brought Michigan back? Well, if you're Michigan, this isn't where you wanna be brought back to you haven't beaten Ohio State when you beat Ohio State, then we can talk about bringing Michigan back, but he took the opportunity to coach his almo- mater. His dad parents live right next door. He can walk to work. He loves the place. He loves the atmosphere. And that's why I kept saying, I don't why would you leave is long as you're, you're moving forward, and you're getting better and Michigan's back on the football map. You know that they still have to get, you know, in Ohio states map here and beat them, but Jim horrible accepted, the challenge any knows this good and bad to with your mo-modern. But I like what Michigan did and getting Juwan Howard because you got that NBA pedigree and kids want to get to the association. They wanna get to the NBA. Now, you have somebody who I you know, we were part of something magical in the fab five. Now, I wanna come back and I can help you get to the NBA. I can tell you what you need to do to get to that next level I played in the NBA. And these kids, you know, it comes down to do they respect you to even know who you are. Do they know what you did in that sometimes a challenge, because penny Hardaway's building something in Memphis, by the way penny is? And we had the preseason right? As the final four ended national title games over that next day, I said, gimme the odds here, and Memphis was long odds, and I went man, I would I would certainly throw down money on Memphis because Penny Hardaway brought in the best recruiting class. They're now they're one in donors. But pennies now on the scene. And he starts taking players that might have been going to Kentucky or Duke, or Oregon, you throw, you know, a lot of these big programs around, and he's got something at Memphis Juwan Howard has to be able to do that. You have to go into Detroit. You have to go into these other places Chicago, where he's from, and you got to extract some kids there because that's what I think Michigan has lacked star in. Basketball. The apple is found a tidbit that may explain a lot by Juwan Howard took the college up. He has two sons Jason Jett. Howard Jason twenty twenty college basketball prospect, jet is twenty twenty two called basketball prospect, their, their fresh, they're finishing their freshman and junior years. JC older one is being recruited by such schools. Iowa Texas Michigan. It's cetera. He will be able to coach in theory both of his sons if they chose to go to Michigan and I love it. You know, the opportunity all you wanna do is get a head coaching job..
"juwan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Boston? Sharks fans. You'd see he took that pretty hard. I think Joe Thornton will come back. Take another run at it take less money spread some of that money around hopefully they get healthy. And they have another look. They were banged up taking away from Saint Louis Louis amazing job. But they had to go in that series. Eric carlson. Tamasha hurdle, didn't go to Saint Louis. Joe pavonis was injured. So this time of year guys are wants to hear about that, but they were banged up. So I'd love to see thorn, also come back and take another on dear Rome first order of business at Michigan. Longer shorts regards. Juwan Howard, Casey New Hampshire more. My ninth grade basketball team wearing block socks like the fab five such an amazing time though wasn't it? The long shorts black socks. How many of you listening right now? We're rocking the black socks back then. Says, dear dear nobody says, dear dear I personally do not know Caleb, but I do know David, the Laura lie and can vouch for everything Caleb bench, and I make carve out that time frame during the smack off, and send an Email, or to cracking on Canadians Matt Tyler and Drake war, fat Americans. Jimmy Green Bay PS. The Laura lie has an epic October fest celebration during the fall, which would be worth the drive up from that town. I might might do that. This Email says dammit, JIMBO tell Caleb, the now I have to take a two hour Rhody to Titletown JR the four one four he made that things sound good. Didn't he? Rome fifteen percent off a three dollar beer in Green Bay is only forty five cents. I hope Hennessy's in Dana point matches that. So I get to twenty-five off my fifteen beer and so Cal. John in Huntington beach wore the CEO, picking on my tablet, Hennessy's..
"juwan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"He played nineteen seasons in the NBA, and that was after a high profile college career at Michigan, where he was part of the fab, five now, Juwan Howard, is heading back to Ann Arbor, taking over as the men's coach at Michigan. Five year deal starting at two million per ESPN college basketball reporter Jeff bordello me when John beeline left for the Cavaliers one hour to be there, there would have been surprised. But as you know, a couple of days after he left, it started becoming clear that, you know, Billy Donovan wasn't thumbing breakfast. Even within coming. They were gonna go at, you know, Mike. While you're Bobby Hurley or any of those. Names, sort of came down to who said, cool, it was the one Howard, and it was the tone assistance, or anybody else. Chaka smart. We heard a little bit. Lavalle. We heard a little bit. And when you look at those guys, and it becomes more conceivable. That's the one hour was the guy. And then he pulls out yesterday. Inside the new extension with providence, and at that point, and it became very obvious, you want Howard was there. God. And you know, I it, it makes them on a few different levels. I there are people that will question it, and that's you know, kind of really. So all guys that don't have head coaching experience get questions where they get a big time job. So. A little bit the way ended, I would say enough. And this is what you hear Jeff. Oh, kinda like penny at Memphis. This isn't penny at Memphis, the differences between that situation and the one that joins walking into any Penny Hardaway he had, you know, more name brand recognition within, you know, grassroots than high school basketball coach, as and the team named after he goes to high school team coached elite player. He's kids saw him on the AU circuit, every spring and summer and he's got a seat mate. You know, he's got his own sinister suit, and so- penny. Hardaway had a lot more sort of juice within the, you know, recruiting space than John Howard. I mean kids nowadays. They probably never really high school players. So he never saw Juwan Howard, you know, in his prime playing basketball, but he just doesn't have that sort of that pop that penny. Hardaway is. I mean, now it's paying off of Memphis, given a mess as a number one recruiting class, I would say Michigan should not expect to have the number one class in the country next year. Two people of a certain age in Xers and older. We knew the cultural and the social relevance of the fat five. We understand how they were able to try to change college basketball for for us. We know who he is just wondering from, if you're a seventeen or eighteen year old and you have a choice between him or Tom Izzo in the same state or other places. How difficult will that be for Howard to be able to get the top notch recruits when there's so many other guys ahead of him? It's gonna be hard, you know, I think that he's gonna have to. So the positives about him in terms of a crudeness that he's got kids, his sons that are in high school. Now he had one that played in college. He is a couple right now in high school. They're probably division, one play it was, then we saw today, right after he got hired at the U sixteen USA basketball tryouts and cows can attend that, but his son is trying to be there. And so that's, that's already paying off for Michigan. He's just him being there. You know, he's going to stand back, and so he's gonna get in, in already with some of the younger high school kids, and so that's going to help and, and like I said, having LeBron James Dwayne. Wade for you to help me get brawny, James in three years. I'd no idea, I don't know Franken's ever gonna play in Palo who knows what the rules based off point. But it is going to be hard to sort of convey, the cultural impact that he had hinted the five years ago. High school kids, you know, they know five who the thousand five are. I don't know if they know how culturally significant it really was. And so he's going to have some trouble in terms of, of that. John howard. Replaces John beeline who left the coach, the Cleveland Cavaliers Howard met with Michigan officials earlier this week became the front runner, once Ed Cooley withdrew from consideration and announced he would be returning to providence. Juwan Howard, remember the fab five recruiting class in nineteen Ninety-one along with Chris Webber. Jalen rose, Jimmy king and Ray Jackson. Straight talk wireless. Everything for less only at WalMart. Sportscenter allnight ESPN radio. We could have.
Cooley, Michigan And Juwan Howard discussed on Ron St. Pierre
"Sports word was at Cooley was expected to me yesterday with Michigan officials about the head coaching job. John beeline heading off to the Cavs Cooley in Juwan Howard. Former Michigan star now in assistant coach of the Miami Heat, we're going to be the front runners to that one in Michigan. Hired turnkey sports to run the search, gene to Filipo one of their top guys. He's the X Boston College athletic director news Cooley from the Kennedys back at Boston College of big connection there. Anyway, hopefully Eddie stays at PC where
"juwan" Discussed on Get Up!
"Yeah. I think the first thing for this Juwan Howard is a great candidate for this job, a great candidates. Other people talk about Billy Donovan and all these other names that thrown out against the wall right now. That's fine to one. Howard is a great name for this job. But I think first and foremost, your last question is the biggest, they have to go back and they have. To open up their arms, and they have to wrap it around Jalen and his team. That's what I said, when I bring back the culture like we're at this point. Now, we're talking about paying athletes off their name and likeness. Okay, everybody. All we don't want to proclaim his team because they were on probation. Like we should put the NCWA on probation. Okay. For a long time, so bigger conversation, but you were to embrace this team. It would change the way, I think, kids have thought about this program because Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway junior charissa invert. These guys blossomed into being NBA players. But as they rose, Ed zero McDonald's ten that's been a problem for you can Michigan still has that they still have that sexiness. That swag if you reinvent that we want our you can go into McDonald's, all Americans homes and get those players and built the same program at the same level with a different style. Jalen, I want to ask you the final thought on this and again, we can talk about the current playoffs and all that any day, we want to. But I think this is much more important than that for you in the guys, what would it mean to you, and to your fellow fab, five brothers, if that were to happen if the university would say? What once and for all we embrace, you guys, one of us going to be our coach, and we want all of you standing here as we play our games. That's what it would truly mean for me, greedy, it would mean that the hatchet is officially buried, and that will be an amazing domino for somebody. That truly deserves it. John Howard is coach summer league. He's earned his dues. He sat behind the bench. He sat on the bench for the university of Michigan have the opportunity to embrace its basketball team. First off. I love my university. I have a scholarship endowment there. I had it when I was not necessarily welcome back campus. Imagine being a player that was an all American at Michigan, and you actually get letters for students that you help endorsed it go there. What you're not being embraced by the basketball team. So as a Detroit native on never stopped loving university. However, this is amazing opportunity for them to get a young terrific head. Coaching candidate that just so happens to be a former member of the fan fight plate in Ann Arbor. And I think he will be light. They do so very well in football Michigan is one of the only schools at major universities that the football program and the basketball program of both required by the fans to be in the top team. That's an expectation when you are on campus. However, we know that's a football school. They continue to mazing job of embracing the football program. You don't see too many snapshots like you see, at major universities across the country of ten fifteen former players going to the games being tribute it being on the coaching staff, like they're sprinkled here and there. But it hasn't been like a full soon, NAMI on thinking Juwan was to get the job. That's what would take place and general's almost similar to what Penny Hardaway doing at Memphis because you maj. The kind of splash that will give that university. I came out with Juwan Howard covers sports, these different things minutes, forgiving everything else, and it doesn't make any difference to me, you know, the winning the losing part of it for you, and your, and I know this means to you, as my friend. I hope that it happens. Jalen have a wonderful weekend. We will talk about all the usual stuff again on Monday. Thank you very much. Great job, down rose, again, on the road with the Western Conference finals, and that we'll continue. Meanwhile, we will head Stephen Smith..
"juwan" Discussed on Get Up!
"And that means there's an opening and are one of the names, that has come up is that man on your screen, and that would be, of course, to want Howard, who was a assistant coach to the NBA in Miami played years and years in the NBA, but was part of the legendary fab five and it's bring Jalen into the conversation from the west coast. Jay will you were the first one, I saw really bring up this part of the conversation. So set it up if you will. And then I want to hear Jalen perspex Sarai tweet out the other day. I said, you want Howard needs to be the next head coach Michigan. They need to bring back the culture to organization. Now that was in no way, any slight to John beeline. I know he got into championships, but I was bringing back the point that look when I was a kid from the inner city like around Newark, Plainfield New Jersey, like I knew what Miskin basketball was because of the five I think there's no better representation of that. Then Juwan Howard and a hat. Pat Riley Jalen, as we bring it to you here. The university, it feels has never really embraced what you guys were. And what you remain as one of the most famous college basketball teams of all time. Let's give you the floor go on Jay. All right. Let me cook. So let me get this. Right. First and foremost. Congratulations to John B line. I think he did a terrific job and helped put Michigan basketball back on the mouth, we mow about the NCAA title appearances. We know about the final four the big ten. He wanted a few times, I have nothing. But admiration for what he did for my Almer mater. However, we didn't know that he was leaving. We did not realize he was going to get a five year contract. So not at there's a vacant job in Ann Arbor. Let's do a blank canvas of actually who should be the number one candidate and to me that should be a no brain. There's a guy named John how that's from Chicago, which means he's going to be able to help recruit that market that not only was. All American high school came to the university of Michigan was a member of the fast five and he was the first person to sign their letter of intent in theory. He also helped recruit each one of us, if adults, they don't know. He was always the adult in room amongst us. You've never seen John Howard without a haircut. You never seen out of crease in his pants. You never seen them undisciplined, and he was a technician out on the floor. He goes to the NBA, ultimately gets a max contract plays a really long becomes an all-star and later in his career becomes a champion some of the people that he was around later in his career might LeBron James to Wayne way. How about him being a coach, that's gaining experience as an assistant? He's earning his chops under a championship coach. Right. Eric -sposed drew and organization like the Miami Heat and the tutelage and validity. Of Pat Riley, he's currently being interview for NBA jobs. Cleveland Los Angeles. Minnesota New York have all interviewed him for head coaching jobs. So this is just a legit thing of somebody to happen to be in the pot Y in Michigan has a head coaching vacancy. He would be the perfect person to help embody what it took to be coach really relevant because he helped put he helped poise the culture and so four guy like Juwan who now sudden, finds himself should I take pro job?.
Monty Williams the Suns' Top Target for Coach - Where does that leave the Lakers?
"Williams manned up going to Phoenix. Which would which would now put the Lakers coaching search back at three if kids in the mix, it would be either Tyronn Lue whose scheduled interview again tomorrow Juwan Howard who scheduled interview later in the week or kid if Monte goes to Phoenix or as Greg suggested he could also get the job in Philadelphia if they fire Brett Brown, but it appears Brett Brown is on the verge of getting them to the. Second round, by the way to let's not bury the lead on something. This interview was conducted by rob Pelinka and Kurt Rambus, which would lead you. I've been telling people is that who's do. I I understand that. But I'm saying it leads you to believe that part of this. Vacuum isn't just being taken up the power. Vacuum isn't just being sucked up by rob Pelinka. Kurt Rambis is putting himself in a position to gain more power. Well, I think it's already there. However, you want to phrase it it's been reported. And I, you know, a full disclosure here. Kurt's a neighbor of mine, I know him I like them. Occurred Kurt started traveling with us in the middle of the season. Just to be basically an observer. Well, I mean he was brought on as I forget the exact title by magic. I think it was last year like a basketball L salt because something like that like it or not the Lakers are a family business. The Lakers in US have this comment. Yes, they do. They they USC hires Trojans because they think Trojans will get we'll get there say something as an alum. I don't like it. Yeah. And what the Lakers are cutting a page out of that. I mean, if you want to really find the connective tissue. Dr bus was a Trojan there you go. But I think so I think you're going to hear Kurtz name a lot. I think Kurtz going to be around giving Jeannie trust him. And he's going to be giving nothing personal against Kurt. This is not how I do it. I think they are making a real mistake that insulate I just mean the tendency towards installation right there making a real mistake. But okay, so Kurt Rambis, and rob Pelinka interviewed Jason Kidd yesterday doesn't this prove that I'm right in Mason's wrong. That there is no shadow console. No, she does this. Honestly does this team? So far seem organized enough to pull off the shadow GM thing with women talking about that that would be an incredibly hard thing in this day and age to even orchestrate no I mean, I would love to feel confident enough in the Lakers that they could actually pull off the shadow GM very hard to do. Yeah. I don't feel. They can do it hard to do.
"juwan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Speak with tie Lou and Juwan Howard who a heat assistant Williams hasn't been head coach since two thousand fifteen the pelicans with the pelicans, and it is uncertain if Williams would accept the Lakers job if all because of rumors he could succeed Brett round if the Sixers were to have a disappointing postseason, which you think might happen. I do. Yes. I do that question two days ago. And that was for Philly. You said no, I believe if he gets past the Mets and has an ugly second around showing up believe he could still be bounced there, even if he gets passed round one, and they look pretty good in game two goes to Brooklyn in around. Monte Williams is a better fit for LeBron James and the Lakers than tied looming. I'm gonna say out of bounds at this BT because I think money Williams will be great right where he is in to the relationship matters so much is this renewed a little bit about David Griffin. And just took the job down in New Orleans. New Orleans to help stabilize. Is the pelican and potentially hold onto Anthony Davis down there. Talked about his relationship and why he fired David Platt because David Blatt is good of a coach as he was just could connect with LeBron's. You know, this is a short term proposition for the Lakers wherever you hire might not be your coach five years, but he will be your coach for the next three years, and he has to imperatively has to have a good relationship with LeBron James tie. Lou has that Monty Williams has no relationship. Lebron wanna say out of that? I totally did we're gonna have to get back to this. I completely disagree. The the the time to stop placating. Lebron James is now LeBron James is not going anywhere. Just have no trade. Remember that now? So what does he say? I quit I protest. He would never do that to professional legacies too much of the game or so lebrons gonna play hard and play with integrity. I. Good team. I agree. But I answered this question. It's less about LeBron and more about the rest of the franchise guide also possible free agents, and you listen, you start here the rumblings people don't want to be paired up in a situation where it's LeBron's guy. And LeBron James and every decision that's made is basically jointly made by LeBron James and tie. Lou. If I think Monty Williams would challenge.
"juwan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Juwan Morgan. Here's a pass right side Turner to gains gains on the right? Parameter gains. Throws a top of the key to Derek Carr who gives it back right degree or rear. Now drives pulls up stops. Looks turns clears it away to Turner back outside ten of the shot clock out the pardon high post top of the key. He drives left did he travel for they call a foul. They call a foul. That'll be his first. Travel there to fight for the official thought the foul happened before nice defense possession there for Indiana. But you gotta start all over again here. Twenty seconds on the shot clock. Head bowed comes Derek pardon. Pardon fakes the hand off then gives it the Ryan Greer rare down the labor the teardrop, Mr. Jawad Morgan takes the rebound by fantasy back to Joanna. Bad rock. Rob rob takes it to the left side gives to Romeo Langford. The circles throws a left the feminazi fakes. He pulls up gives it back. The Langford or Langford will fire along three. It's high off the rim. Rebound Ryan Grim for northwestern. Back the other way, rare with the basketball he feeds it left side in the corner of the gains. Who drives download throws up a shot won't go, and they call the foul on Evan pitch door. Jeff. Picks up his second early offense from northern from northwestern there. Out. Gaines able to get right into the paint has got to do a better job. I know that's a mismatch on the perimeter. But you cannot allow ball handler drive the ball middle lane not much. Good happens. Defensively northwestern's able get right in the middle of the pain gains goes to the free throw line Indiana's.
Trump says no amnesty for 'Dreamers,' signals support in broader deal
"Came here through no fault of their own. And they've made lies some are serving in our US military. Why wouldn't you welcome them here to make sure they can have a pathway to censorship. That's something. We're willing to talk about in other news. The Montgomery County council expressed unanimous support for a measure that would require an outside investigation into officer involved shootings. If the decision is made not to prosecute the Bill also requires that a report of the investigation be made public. So people can know why that's the case. We'll Juwan do who introduced the Bill says he expects some pushback during a March fifth public hearing. But says it's a necessary. Step for the county. We add a shooting here in Montgomery County about seven months ago. African American man think Robert white in that case the officer was acquitted. But prosecutors didn't explain why. Imagine many members of the public myself included
Nine U.S. states seek to stop Trump administration's Atlantic oil testing
"Lehigh university chemistry major has been charged with attempting to kill his roommate by lacing, his food and drinks with a potentially fatal chemical KYW's. John mcdevitt reports according to the Northampton district attorney's office, we university student Juwan royale became ill several times last March you told police he suspected his roommate twenty two year old sky Yang was tampering with his food and drinks real also returned to his room one day to find his personal things damaged like a television and a desk where racially derogatory remark was written on it did not to wrongdoing. The DA says Yang did however say he ordered thalium online and mixed it in food and drinks that were intended to be consumed by him. If he did poorly on exams Yang was charged with a list of offenses, including ethnic intimidation and attempted murder. John mcdevitt, KYW NewsRadio. A man whose conviction was vacated by Pennsylvania's superior court has rejected. A plea arrangement offered by the Philadelphia district attorney's office KYW's, Steve tawa reports. Eric Torahs will stand trial a second time in the two thousand thirteen shooting of a police officer during a scuffle in Belleville grocery store. Judge Charles Erlich asked the Thirty-seven-year-old a series of questions noting the DA offered twenty one to forty two years plus another judges violation of parole. Add on that would result in a thirty seven to seventy four year sentence. Jonathan strange of the defender association of Philadelphia says a new jury will have a clean slate. This case really is a tragic accident strange says officers piled on top of him in a corner Bodega at unfortunately, a gun went off striking officer Edward Davies, the officer doesn't see it that way to trial. I'll tell my story notice guy tried to kill me. Prosecutor Matthew gherkins even convicted wants, and we feel pretty good about our case, Pennsylvania superior court vacated the sentence in order to new trial based on a defense appeal that. Police did not have probable cause to search. His nearby home. Steve Taiwa, KYW NewsRadio. Sports. Sponsored by septa some years, we triumph some years we trust. But never changes is how we get to the game shoulder to shoulder on septa plan. Your trip up to Philly dot com.
Red Sox snap Rays' streak on Sandy Leon RBI
"Paul galanti here's what's trending now on w e e i and w e dot com the red sox rebounded from a stinker last night against the race with a four three win to salvage their series against tampa bay sandy leon the hero at the dish and rbi the bottom of the eighth inning scoring jd martinez craig kimbrel gets the win pitching in indiana third striking out three rick forsillo gets the no decision he threw seven two thirds innings scattering three runs on four hits the sox opened a series with the royals at fenway park tomorrow night pre game at six twenty and i pitch with joe castiglione into never right here on the shaw's star market w e red sox radio network the celtics wrapped up their first round series with a game seven win over the box one twelve ninety six zero zero now horford each court twentysix jason tatum scoring twenty jalen brown left the game in the first half with a hamstring injury he did not return brown had an mri today and celtics head coach brad stevens said all tests came out okay but brown is doubtful for the opening game of round two against the philippine seventy sixers who come to boston for game one tomorrow eight o'clock the bruins jumped out to an early series lead over the tampa bay lightning with a sixty one in tampa patrice bergeron rick nash each with two goals to grasp stopped thirty four thirtysix lightning shots game to monday night in tampa and the patriots remained busy day three of the nfl draft they traded out of the fourth round they drafted purdue linebacker juwan bentley at one forty three they also drafted arizona state linebacker christian sam university of miami wide receiver braxton berrios and lsu quarterback danny settling weather in boston right now the sun's trying to peek out but it's mostly overcast with temperatures in the mid fifties your weather brought to you by devin the energy i'm paul galant and that is what's trending now on w e n w e dot com are you at home but you kinda wish you weren't and you should really stick around the house because of.
"juwan" Discussed on WJR 760
"Bye will side the weaver an messiah the weaver we'll get a chance now and counter hayward is the running back and off to connor off guard and counter hayward motors out over the thirty two the thirty one yard line it'll be second down three after that sevenyard pickup juwan harris next to stop for rutgers do liked the way conner moves when he gets out of hand off they should get a stake in now i believe take a knee or two and put this one in the record books and walk off this field as a 9 and 3 football team seven and two in the big ten secondplace by themselves in the rugged big ten east behind only ohio state an messiah the weaver does take a knee here's of cheers from the spartan faithful here go green go white and it's been all green and white really tonight the defense has been superb all night long the offense sputtered for a while but then got rolling they put up forty points now against rutgers yeah they figured it out you want to are so severe to twelve and had a nice nice finish illegal it's over the regular season in the record books and marked antonio will walk to mid field the shake hands with chris ash the head coach the scarlett nights of rutgers let's go to us now was part quarterbacks coach red salo well coach you guys did it you went from three in nine the 9 and 3 what does that say about every player and coach in this program you guys did it with a new year i think it's obviously a testament to these players to coach the antonio and dislike we're talking about all week we could flip that go uh from 392 9 and 3 and just proud of our players and what they fought through through this season through last year and has it's an awesome group what was like see damien terry out there one last time lean the team on a touchdown drive what's rate obviously to get your seniors in so very proud of what damian's accomplished as the players person here this fall all right thanks coach expect you george bank yourself thank you coach salem fans the final score is official.
"juwan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The time um and my brother son juwan in the following in the same footsteps as my brother um my my nephew witness up on the street and because he was a witness to with with uh he was shot and killed made of mud that um i'll do everything on kouyate foothold there of the family's did not have to experience as was mother fallacy here's parents over here you know of most adult a nephew have lost some both and i'm male what it feels like to be on the other hand to get that far follow up on what your family has been killed and because of that this was kind of a crusade for me you know i've dedicated my life um to try to save as many young people as i can and to prevent as many families as i can uh getting their fallen call being told that their loved ones has been shot and killed so that's why i trust that clause with the if i don't get discouraged um when found but they're not going loyal because i have seen the other side i you know um in the four six 200 failed vip clo both uh inflow the worst neighborhoods in the city butler turn turn crown hail the uh we went a whole year without a homicide but we're talking time is uh two and a half months away from going two years without a homicide highland facility which is also in the too low a is less than twenty days from go on a whole year without a homicide so i know this work and i know that if we keep fda and keep working added in don't give up then uh we you'll save a lotta young people's lives out here on the street and turn news you know uh crimeridden neighborhoods uh in throw safe peaceful neighbourhood so so that's why i try to stay positive here and are try to keep people incurs and inspire art that we can do this even though sometimes the i've seen insurmountable referenced charles harrison they senior pastor at the baron's united methodist church and more president and face at.
"juwan" Discussed on WJDX
"James's barnacles were having quality games as well too luna the particles are i mean they're the things that just hang on the side of the boat and they just did along for the ride i mean if any of the cast from 'deadliest catch is out there you know what i'm talking about viewed as our sober and you're listening to this right now you know the barnacles are like those crustaceans aegis suck on the side of the boat and he got a scrape them off and you had to scrape off the boat afterwards lebrun james's add barnacles throughout majority this career you know they are juwan howard james jones eamonn shumpei bert darren williams as a barnacle now jr smith a barnacle you know they're just lubrani the the boat and they're just hanging on the side hoping to get a ring richard jefferson so when you have barnacles that are putting up quality minutes and richard shepherdson played really well so particle that's how you knew was a cleveland game but make no mistake all right this series is over i'm more convinced i was saying the sir earlier i'm more convinced that the golden state warriors are going to win this series i'm more convinced after what i saw friday night that i was after game three because it took everything for cleveland i mean everything clicked for cleveland and i know the scores going to show you one 371 sixteen but it felt like golden state was within striking distance up until about four minutes left in the game you're just waiting for one of those runs the take place cleveland played as good a basketball as they could possibly play and it's still felt like up until about four minutes left in that game on friday night the golden state could get back into it and then finally after withing steve courage is conceded okay listen it's this is an overnight everything is falling for those guys they were twenty four of forty five from three he hit the it sooner or later you just gotta tip your cap and go all right well listen this is this nights not happening so when you see that many guys producing hitting shots having quality minutes is just one.