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Without Curry, Warriors make 23 3-pointers and beat Cavs

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Without Curry, Warriors make 23 3-pointers and beat Cavs

"Jordan Poole scored while Steph Curry sat as the warriors took down the Cavaliers, one 21 14. Warriors coach Steve Kerr rested curry, draymond green, Klay Thompson, and Andrew Wiggins for the final game of the club's 5 game trip. One night after a loss to Boston. Without them, pool poured in 32 points, tied to Rome finished with 22, and Dante divincenzo added 17 as Golden State one for just the 6th time in 24 road games this season. The warriors were 23 of 43 from three point range. Darius Garland had 31 points in tennis for Cleveland. I'm Dave ferry.

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Steve Kirsch on the FAA Lowering Health Standards for U.S. Pilots

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | Last week

Steve Kirsch on the FAA Lowering Health Standards for U.S. Pilots

"Joining us now is Steve kirsch, Steve. Welcome back to the program. So Steve, there's a couple of things I want to go through with you. But let's start with kind of the bombshell report. I'm going to play a piece of tape from Tucker Carlson's program and God bless Tucker Carlson for being one of the few people with a major platform to speak about this issue. And then I'll let you riff from there. Let's play cut 73 please. First thing pretty amazing that happened without much notice at all without any explanation publicly the FAA just made a major change in the health requirements for pilots with heart damage. The FAA is significantly broadened the acceptable EKG range for commercial pilots. Steve Kerr's reported this on his substack, now the change now allows people with injured hearts, cardiac injury, to fly. Steve kersh, walk us through it. Yeah, the basically they changed the PR interval. And so this is something that's existed for EKG since the beginning of the EKG since the invention of the EKG, the what's called the PR interval which has to do with a time for blood to go through your heart. It used to be in a range of .12 milliseconds to .2, .2 seconds. So 200 milliseconds. And that's always been the top level of the range. They changed it now, kind of, and nobody noticed it until just recently, and it's the U.S. freedom flyers. That actually noticed the change in this. Nobody else noticed. And so they brought it to my attention. I was talking to Josh yoder in a colony. He said, hey, you should really talk about this because it's not getting any play in the mainstream media for some reason. They basically, they moved the goalposts.

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Golden State Warriors' Coach Dodges Question on China

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:11 min | 2 months ago

Golden State Warriors' Coach Dodges Question on China

"I was watching the coach of the National Basketball Association Golden State Warriors. Steve Kerr. Steve Kerr. And he was asked about a news conference about what is happening in China. The NBA hates America and loves China. It's a scummy organization in the NBA. Who's the head of it? Is that Adam silver who is that? He's really another one who. To the extent that he will ever be remembered it will be for harming the cause of liberty on earth. The NBA seems to attract pretty scummy people in its high echelons. And not a few like LeBron James and its among its players. So he was asked if he would condemn what is happening in Chinese. Well, I'm not, you know, they don't ask me in China to condemn I'm paraphrasing. To condemn all the AR-15 mass murders in America.

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The rapper formerly known as Kanye West sees his fortunes fall over antisemitic remarks

AP News Radio

02:05 min | 3 months ago

The rapper formerly known as Kanye West sees his fortunes fall over antisemitic remarks

"On this week's AP religion roundup The rapper formerly known as Kanye West ceases fortunes fall after anti semitic remarks Adidas has ended its partnership with the rapper Ye over his offensive and anti semitic remarks He's also suggested slavery was a choice and called the COVID-19 vaccine the mark of the beast The German sportswear company said Tuesday that it does not tolerate anti semitism and any other sort of hate speech The company called Ye's recent comments and actions unacceptable hateful and dangerous This went on way way too long And people would just waiting what their action was going to be Drew Kerr is an expert on corporate image management He says the developments put Adidas in a difficult spot The deal for that they've had since I would say that 2013 2014 with Yi has been an incredibly lucrative deal And so there was I'm sure that tug of war going on Adidas is just the latest company to end connections with Ye who has also been suspended from Twitter and Instagram a completed documentary about Kanye West has also been shelved And his talent agency also dropped him The amount of anti semitism that I've seen on our Twitter account our YouTube videos every time I open the tiny subreddits is just through the roof and very sad to see Chris Lambert is the co host of watching the throne which bills itself as the number one Kanye West podcast And it's like regardless of whether he's performing or not means it or not he's unleashed a wave of this stuff that people are buying into because he said it Lambert says that he wouldn't be surprised if Ye doesn't find a way to recover his career after this long series of setbacks There's definitely going to be opportunities for him to continue on It's just a matter of what that looks like what the continued fallout from that is And who the audience then becomes I'm Walter ratliff

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Poor Conditions at Raphael Warnock’s Secret Low-Income Apartments

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Poor Conditions at Raphael Warnock’s Secret Low-Income Apartments

"The free Beacon Andrew Kerr and a lot of Goodman A low income apartment building owned by Raphael Warnock's church is plagued by pests maintenance problems and filth According to residents in at least two people have sued the after the elevator allegedly collapsed on them Now remember this This is the guy that threw out tenants because they were 30 bucks behind On their rent In order to try and cover his tracks and the tracks of this historic church that he's gotten involved in this apartment complex they set up a corporation It's called the in the building is the Columbia tower at MLK village And obviously most of the people who live there in minorities and most of the minorities are black Residents of the Columbia tower at MLK village complained about living conditions in the building Telling the Washington free Beacon that garbage is left to pile up in the storage rooms for days creating an overwhelmingly trash smell common areas aren't maintained And the air vents produce a sickening amount of dust He's a slumlord mister producer so many words isn't he Tenants also said the elevators often break down in a handicapped residents have had to call the fire department to carry them to the rooms The allegations follow a free Beacon report notice it's not The New York Times or The Washington Post or any of these others It's a small organization the free Beacon A conservative site The allegations follow a free Beacon report that found Columbia tower and attempted to evict at least 8 low income residents over unpaid rent since the start of the pandemic including one tenant who owned just 28 bucks

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"kerr" Discussed on Crypto FITZ

Crypto FITZ

07:00 min | 5 months ago

"kerr" Discussed on Crypto FITZ

"Or embedded logic in the data structure. And I think smart contracts are essentially the same kind of thing with the understanding that the data structure has been turned inside out. And now everybody can read the embedded logic as well as the data elements that underlie it. And is welcome to write to it and interact with it in a way that sure, it seems a little bit abstract. It seems a little bit foreign, but it's really no different than what we're doing in business every day. Well, now I got to do a little Einstein quote for you. If you don't understand something well enough, you can't explain it simply, right? That's one of his concepts. So I have been using the vending machine like a Coca-Cola machine as the smart contract metaphor. I want the chilled beverage and all I have to do to get it is put a dollar in, and it'll exchange the dollar for the beverage. There's no people involved. It's just me and a machine. That machine has a smart contract in physical form. And so that's a promise. And an outcome happens as long as I do my part. That's a superb analogy. Yeah. Now everybody gets it because everybody's been to the now. That's why he's doctor Kerr. I can remember one time going up to a Coke machine and it was the talking machine. You remember this era? And I was so disgruntled. I don't want this thing talking to me and I go up and it's a hot summer day and I buy my Coke and it comes down and I'm like, oh, he's talking machines or nonsense and everybody's waiting in line, right? So now I get my chilled soda. And as I walk away, the machine says, don't forget your change. And I had to go back. That's so funny. Now speaking of change, that's an interesting segue here, because earlier I was talking to Alex and Adrian about we were talking about Fiat and all the things we talk about with Bitcoin versus Fiat and inflation and the money printing and everything else. I went to the post office the other day. And it said, due to the coin shortage, you need to pay by debit credit or check, okay? We don't, we don't take coins anymore. Now, is there a coin shortage or is that the precursor to them because of the digital dollar wanting to take goes in a lot of circles, they say there's a movement now that's going to pretty soon try to wipe out all the cash to take the cash out of the system. It's probably both Jimmy. Many people aren't aware of it, but the cost of managing a cash drawer, security, and banking and to put cash back no banking is fairly costly. And it's really an inefficient reality. You got to make change. You got to pay brinks. Yeah, and so there's all kinds of unpack that suitcase with what's really going on that cash drawers. And you see it in mass merchant now. Okay, this is the line for debit credit. This one's with the cash flow. So I just can't do a cash drawer with a hundred registers. Right. It's just too much accountability and verification. So it's part of the equation is that we are seeing the obsolescence of coiner Y and cash. But many people love the cash. It's a bearer instrument and I get to hold it in my pocket for real and it's my money. And so the old Ben Franklin line is, if you want a sure way to double your money, fold it in half and put it in your back pocket. As I bostonian, I heard that all my life. And so that was the sure thing, but this money thing, the currency thing, is a cost factor now. And so there's an economic incentive to push away cash. And if you have a legitimate business and everything's accountable for properly, in reality, it is a parasitic cost to the transaction to receive a profit for what you do. Thomas is hitting on something very important that the cannabis industry is recognized for a great long period of time. Something that we found very interesting back in 17 and launched a business around was that, you know, the cost of being unbanked the cost of cash handling the costs that are associated with the friction that naturally arises from that situation. But I want to talk about something for a moment that we've talked about briefly. I'd like to get Thomas's thoughts, we talked about the nature of Fiat currencies in one of our earlier podcasts. So we talked about how they're inherently become unstable over time. And toward the end of a Fiat regime, you see a reordering of debt. And that reordering of debt is characterized by price discovery in the new currency. Well, the new regime, let me say. So I'd love to hear some thoughts about what happens when you try to price in or when you try to restructure debts that have accumulated over decades, maybe even longer. And you look forward to a new regime. How does that play? How do you see that? Well, I'm going to take an angle on that. That right now, if you were to really see what's going on, if you really knew what's happening in the money supply and the U.S. dollar in Fiat currencies around the world really, you'd be a little bit more afraid of the outcomes. Because it's being propped up and held together with pageantry and circumstance and don't worry and everything's stable and we have FDIC insurance has all kinds of rappers around it. Don't worry about that. But there's a lot to worry about. And ultimately, currencies have a significant defect in the fact that the issue work can continue to dilute without reason. Your money supply, which is just parasitic extraction from your value, you're using money as an exchange means of exchange for your labor, you're likely storing your wealth or money in a form of a bank account or other instruments. And so if you think about it, all of those issues that we're pointing out ultimately are taxing you without you seeing the tax bill or the exchange of service for that tax. And so that's the best way to look at it is that it is a parasitic extraction using currencies and Fiat models. It's sometimes slow motion. Sometimes it's speeding up in recent times we're seeing it more aggressive. And so from that standpoint, can there be a collapse of a currency? Well, it's happened in modern times in various countries. And what had happened to the United States dollar? I'd say it's already happening. It's just that we have enough consensual hallucination to trust the moment of exchange. I'll take the $100 bill and you might too. And it's okay in a short time frame to believe in it. It's when you get into longer time frames that it all falls apart

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"kerr" Discussed on Crypto FITZ

Crypto FITZ

06:33 min | 5 months ago

"kerr" Discussed on Crypto FITZ

"I'm Jimmy Fitz. Welcome to another one of our podcasts, our series of podcasts here on crypto Fitz. We thank you so much for joining us. Really having a blast doing these podcasts. It gives us a chance to really sit down with some great minds in the world of blockchain, crypto assets, cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin, all the likely suspects, the new digital, the evolving digital tech economy I should say. And we've been having some great conversations with the cofounders of the mentors collective, mister Alex chomp, and Adrian Kennedy, and now joining us one of our I should say our number one most requested podcast guest, G Thomas Kerr, known as doctor Kerr in some circles. You're too kind. Welcome, doctor. You are the doctor. I've enjoyed our podcast so much as so many have. And I feel so fortunate to be sitting in the same room with you three brains, okay? This is an extraordinary event of alignment. It is. Just fabulous. It is. And you all have to tell you, Jimmy, I've been intimidated by the thought of sitting in the same room as Thomas for at least a week or two. I've been thinking oh man. What do we say? If I make any mistake or I mispronounce a word, call my wife and let her know I made a mistake. Well, I'm hoping to be able to create some friction and ideas between you guys as a matter of fact because I like to mix it up that way too, okay? We may all be on the same page. We could debate the barbecue from Texas to Charlotte with this guy. That's true. There's other things. So we've been really banging it up. We've been talking about obviously the utility cases for NFTs being more than just collectibles. We've talked about what mentors has been doing for their mission and their development the last year and a half. What did we say? A year? About a year. It's been only a year. You've made a lot of progress. We kicked the circus off in April last year. Wow. That's amazing. And we've talked about stablecoins and the debacle and all that confusion with the algorithmic coins and coins that were standing tall and backed and we talked about the CBDC situation and it's almost like we just call this collectively the deja vu coins as I'm celebrating all time highs from three years ago. It just keeps coming back. Oh yeah, we just had a we broke a $1000 in Ethereum. That sounds familiar. Hey, Groundhog Day, man. You know, I just want to take a serious look at this because I'm always in the community up on Twitter and other places and I'm always seeing this phraseology where it's like, well, how much have you invested in this? How much do you invest that in? It's kind of an old Wall Street guy. I'm a little bit more particular about language and linguistics and how we're going to express things. And so this space in its entirety has a speculative nature because we're doing price discovery and we are forming new fields and new strategies to have currency layers and other things. And so investment should be something that you put money into and you anticipate a return and it's targeted, the old one 5 and ten year performance and the mutual fund world. This world of crypto is much more about you're going into speculate on something you believe in. And so there's a difference between those two worlds. Big time. I think Thomas is exactly right. I think if you're here, it needs to be because you understand what the possibility is. And certainly you're going to look for those opportunities to place your time, which is even more valuable than your money. And you want to be prudent about the choices that you make, but ultimately you're in here because you think that what's happening is exciting and it's worthwhile. And you've drunk the Kool-Aid, you know, you stuck your head down the hole and you like what you're looking at and you want to know more. That's what happened with me. The more I found out, the more I could not help during the research, it's all I want to do. I mean, people go, what are you going to do? I'm going to kind of book I'm reading tonight or whatever. I'm not watching TV. I'm watching YouTube. I'm watching the good, the bad and the ugly. The people who call themselves the flag waivers and those who are the nefarious actors who act like wolf and sheep's wolf and sheep's clothing and the guys and the people who are really working hard to try to do some change and do believe in it and how many hours of research do you think you've put into this Alex since you first got hooked? Let me ask you, go back to that question. What got you into this? I know you have a tech background, et cetera, but what made you laser focus on where the crypto asset world is going? It's a good question. I should start by saying that I was banging on a keyboard for money back in 1990. So I have an abiding interest in the digital and technology world I've worked along the way for lots of different organizations that focus in that space. I personally went semi pro in 2017 when with the help of a good friend who is one of the pioneers in this industry. We established our first family crypto fund. And we actually just closed that down at the end of last year and sent everybody their checks in the first week of this year. Nice timing. We thought so. We felt pretty good about it. We felt pretty good about it. So that was 2017 when we took some reputational risk and really went in and put our name on the line. This emerging world of NFTs and now most recently DAOs, that became a professional application for me personally in April 2021 when a good friend of mine Hayden spillman who's the first artist of the collective went out into the world with went out into the NFT space with the contents of a world that he had created privately inside of his own computer

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"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

05:37 min | 7 months ago

"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Don't think that's anywhere close to the value of Jeremy grant, the 7th pick. I think you're talking closer to like a late first round pick, you know? I mean, this guy is one more year on his deal. He, you know, people look at his numbers and kind of a hollow way, you know? And you know, he's a good player. He's not a great player, you know? So he's not an all star. So I just don't, I don't see that being anywhere close to what the hall is for them. I think Detroit would like to move Jeremy grant, but not for the 7th pick. You think Detroit would say yes to the 7th pick, you think Portland would be. Oh, absolutely. It's a word we're in agreement. We're in agreement. Yeah. You're the Intel king of the drafts. I'll just tee you up. Like, what team haven't we talked about, what rumblings haven't we talked about? Do you want to get into that we haven't talked about the floor is yours? Oklahoma City. I mean, like that this is their night, you know? Like they can literally do anything they want. Now after the Jamaica green trade there are $24 million under the cap. So they could take on like a pretty bad salary from someone and just keep loading up on assets. I mean, they also got some young players that, you know, people like a little bit kenrich Williams, for example. So Lou dort, you know, like what do they do with him? I mean, he's extension eligible. I mean, he's got this team option. They need to figure out, you know, so Oklahoma, and they have two 1234 and 14 first rounders from between 2023 and 2027. So I just like sometimes when you just say the basic reality of things, it really hits home. 14 first rounders in a 5 year span is just bonkers. You literally can't roster all those players. You just can't, you can't do it. And I was working on a 2023 Mach yesterday that's going to come out right after the day after the draft. And I started reeling off which picks the a lot of picks have been traded already for next year. And like Oklahoma City is involved in like ten of them, you know? It's unbelievable. They can flip here, they can do that. You know they've got Detroit. They've got they can swap with the Clippers. And it just keeps going. Year after year after year. And so if they want to do something on a draft night, they can get it done, you know? And so I think, I mean, we know that Sam presti is not afraid to make trades. You know, the question is, are people going to want to pull the trigger? You know, like just talking to GMs, decision makers, the last few days. Here's what they say. We've been spending the last two months talking about the draft, working guys out, watching film, going to the combine, interviewing players, meeting with our doctors, gathering Intel reports, at some point, you know, like you're so invested in these guys, you just want to make a pick, you know, even if you're offered something great, it's a very human thing to just want to make a draft pick. And so that's why you don't see that many trades happening on draft night historically and is this year going to be different. That's what I want to see. You mentioned Oklahoma City, Denver, just to review Oklahoma City acquired Michael green in a future nuggets pick for the 30th pick in this year's draft going to Denver now and two second rounders I believe also going to do. I thought that was a good trade for Denver actually. Rail or do you see a salary dump where a team comes out almost equal in draft equity? The details on that pick that Denver sent Oklahoma City of the future Denver first haven't really been reported. From what I've learned, it's top 5 protected in 2027, 2028 and 2029. And if it somehow has not conveyed in any of those three years, which is extremely unlikely, it converts to two seconds. I guess in 2030, when the world will be underwater anyway, and none of this actually matters. That's that value. For the number 30 pick, you know, like in taking on some, I know that the nuggets needed to do that, you know, from a luxury tax standpoint or whatever, you know, but nuggets are another team to kind of keep an eye on, you know? Like, you hear all these rumblings, bones, highlands, is he potentially available? Why would they do that? I have no idea, you know? There's a sense that they need to get bigger and tougher in the backcourt. You know, when you talk about, you know, they have the 21st pick. All these guys are being banded about that are like Dale and Terry, Christian Brown, Wendell Moore, you know, those type of Jean Bo champ. You know, like bigger guard wings who can defend multiple positions. It feels like, you know, with jokic at the 5, you know, they want to shore up, you know, their perimeter defense. And the question mark is, you know, bones highland and Monte Morris, can you win a playoff series? Angela Moore, obviously. As your backcourt. That's fair. They did make the Conference Finals in the bubble. The bones thing is interesting. I thought he had a really good year. I kind of don't get that one. But if you've got a good future first or something, I agree with you, by the way, on the OKC, that Denver picked it, okay, so you got giving yourself three shots to bet against a team who's really good right now, having a down year in like 5 or 6 years, usually that ends up being a good bet. Usually somewhere along the line, you catch them someone gets hurt..

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"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

06:32 min | 7 months ago

"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"I mentioned in the 25% max, this Intel that's been out there and I've heard the same that Charlotte is queasy about paying miles bridges the max. Okay, that's cool. I get it. You got to play hardball. You gotta get the best value. You gotta have good contracts, blah, blah, blah. What are you doing then? Are you gonna sign it's one thing if you're gonna sign and trade him for like three future firsts in a good young player and you're like, okay, that aligns with our lamella ball timetable. Like, if it's not like a complete overpay crazy trade like that, what are you doing getting all snooty about miles bridges? Like, I understand he's not gonna be a star, a superstar, but he's like a very good player. I have 20 points a game. He can do a lot of different things. And at some point you just have to build a team. He fits with LaMelo Ball. I don't want to overthink that one. If I'm the hornet, can I give you my just for fun? Can I give you some spurs trades? Yeah, let's do it. The D'angelo Russell's situation has clearly gone sideways in Minnesota. Dijon Murray is a guy that if I'm a young rising team with a need in the perimeter, I'm targeting him. So would you do if you're the wolves? Would you do D'angelo Russell and two? Let's say top three protected first round picks for dejante Murray. Whose extension eligible, by the way, we're going to learn a lot about how much dispersed really, really want him on their team going forward. Would you do that, deal if you're out of the Minnesota? Absolutely. I love that fit with Anthony Edwards and Carl Anthony towns. That's the team. That's the team for me. Like the wizards. If I'm the wizards and beals coming back, that's a guy I'm trying to get. If I'm Cleveland, I know I have Garland, like, fine, play him off ball, or play, you know, flip flop rolls, give me that defense. I think if I'm a rising team in that strategy, even the hawks, like looking for defense around Trey young, that's a guy that I'm like, I'm calling them a lot to try and get in the game on that. If they're willing, I don't know if they are not. Zach, what about Memphis? Or what are you hearing there in terms of Brooks, the Anthony mountain 21, maybe putting a package there to move into the lottery, anything on that? I've heard they're calling around in every direction. They've got a couple of picks into 20s, do they not like 22 and 29 or something? Is that them? I get all my 20s picks. I think there's gonna be a ton of movement just flipping around the 20s. I have not heard anything imminent with Memphis. Dylan Brooks is extension eligible he's making 11 and 11.4 this coming year. So I guess his Accenture had started at a 120% of that, which Dylan Brooks may value himself more than that. And if so, I think that's where the trade scuttle, but is coming from with Dylan Brooks. I think the it's not sexy. I think the most likely scenario from Memphis is just nothing really big. They've got the tightest Jones free agency hanging over their head. I've seen them mentioned as it Gobert team. I don't think they're a Gobert team. I don't think when they catch their chips in, and they got a giant pile of chips, I don't think it's Rudy Gobert. Have you heard it? By the way, we should probably talk about Rudy Gobert. Have you heard any of the jazz don't have any picks of this draft? So we have to talk about Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell. If you know the teams that have been mentioned, have you heard anything? Not really. You know, I don't think that Utah like is looking to blow up the team, you know? Like what does that really do for them? What kind of Rudy Gobert is really freaking good? And so yeah, a lot of people would like to have him. And it's obviously a big contract, but I don't really know that that's the direction that Utah is heading in. I think he's available, but I've heard they're asking a lot as they should. As they should. I just haven't heard, I haven't heard anything close to like a serious Rudy Gobert conversation. You know, Toronto has been mentioned, I don't really know that there's anything there right now. I've heard 33, they have the 33rd pick. I've heard that's available for Toronto is sniffing around what they can get for that. I think they'd like to move up if possible, you know? I mean, they like to draft. And so and they do their work and yeah, I've been told that all this OG and anova stuff is overblown. I mean, me too. What player doesn't want to have a bigger role, you know? Like if you don't, like you said with ayton, you know, like if you don't have that ambition to be a bigger and more important player in this league than like, are you even a guy that I want on your team? And so I would be shocked if they did something. But let's look at the end and OB in a second. Let's go through the Gobert teams. Memphis, I don't think is in it. Atlanta, that's the team that made a lot of sense. I just haven't heard anything about it and maybe Atlanta just thinks like Clint capela's 85% of Rudy Gobert at half the good dollars and for fewer years. Why would we do anything to upend it? Brooklyn's got a lot of stuff going on. Charlotte is interesting. Gordon Hayward plus PJ Washington plus some picks. I mean, to me, that's rushing the timetable too much. Putting a 30 year old center, whatever Gobert is with LaMelo Ball is like, why am I sacrificing so much to do that? Even if it's just PJ Washington and picks, they also need a coach, like their coach just was like, yeah, I'm out. I'm good. I'm good here winning championship. Great. Chicago is the team that there's been all this reporting on all this noise and that's been an obvious fit ever since their season kind of figured out because they have the vucevic salary plus they can supplement it with. They've got a blazers pick and their picks are also encumbered unfortunately. I got no hard reporting on this. Because there's been no hard reporting to really get on this. My gut just says, I don't know what you, I don't know what you think about this. My gut just says, they don't put pat Williams in that trade. And if they don't put pat Williams in that trade, I just don't think there's a Gobert deal for them. I haven't heard anything there, honestly. I haven't even studied that, but I know, you know, wants an extension and they're looking at centers and this draft, you hear them walker Kessler, Mark Williams, those guys are associated with those picks. They have the 18th pick. So maybe there's something in there, but I haven't heard anything about it. I'm glad you brought up in an obi..

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"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

05:32 min | 7 months ago

"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"I've heard Intel that they would like to they're leaning toward resigning Mitchell Robinson, even though that got a little, I think, that those negotiators didn't really go anywhere when they could have gone somewhere. That's a decent team. I don't know where you're really going with that team and I also don't know if your goal is to attract another star unless we get a year of Kyrie Irving just playing basketball all the time really well. I don't know what other star is going to be like, yeah, I want to hitch my wagon to him 'cause I just saw what happened to Durant, hitching his wagon to him and it went so freaking great that I want to try it. But you know, I think they're the team, you know, Dallas Dallas was always the sort of interesting theoretical fit of like the second ball handler who can shoot around Luca. I kind of think Dallas has moved on if they were ever even considering it. I think I would bet on them resigning Brunson and they just did the Christian wood trade. They just made the Conference Finals. I don't see it. Washington would be a really interesting wild card assuming Beale goes back there. I just don't know what Washington really has to interest Brooklyn. Are they interested in porzingis plus KCP plus two? I don't know. I just think that's an interesting thing because I do, I don't know what you've heard on Beale, the Beale Intel I have is I think Washington seems pretty confident he's going back and I just don't see any other teams. I agree with you that Nick the Knicks are the one that I would pay most attention to. Yeah, BO it seems is has some type of a handshake with Washington, you know, is my understanding. I'm not reporting that, but that's just what NBA teams are speculating about. For the Knicks, you know, I just don't think that they have enough time to figure anything else out, you know? Like if Kyrie is the best option they can get, then that's what they're gonna do because the clock is ticking on these dudes, you know? Like clock is ticking on tibs and Leon rose. Yeah, that whole front office. I've lived here in New York since 2008. You know, I've seen a lot of front offices come and go here, a lot of coaching staffs. Nothing lasts forever in this city. And so, you know, they had a very disappointing year last year, and they don't have a lot of avenues to really change their fortunes in a serious way. So is Kyrie like a very flawed option? Yes, but is he the best one that they have? Probably. Let's make a couple other things clear. I've been told in no uncertain terms Anthony Davis is not getting traded. So just like, let's just get that out of the way for let alone for Kyrie. A couple other things. We mentioned Washington and New York, we might as well then bring up Malcolm Brogdon, who I think the scuttlebutt that the Nixon, the wizards are looking hard at Malcolm Brogdon trains, the wizards are what are they tenth in this draft that nicks are 11th. Building trades from Malcolm Brogdon around those picks plus other stuff. I think that's scuttlebutt is very real. I don't know which team. I don't think, I don't think the wizards are going to put their pick in the tenth pick for a Malcolm Brogdon trade. And I do think the Knicks are looking very hard at putting the number 11 pick in. So that's a much, much better tradeoff for Indiana. If you get 11, maybe obi toppin, Alec Burks, for broccoli. That's a home run trade for Indiana. If the Knicks trade 11 and obi toppin from Malcolm Brogdon, I'm just going to gawk at Nick's Twitter for like the subsequent two hours because there is going to be an all time meltdown because Nick's Twitter, I think with mostly justification is very, very excited about what I'll be talking can do if he ever gets real legitimate minutes as he did toward the end of last season. And what if it just came by and Burks, you know? Well, that's fine. I mean, Malcolm Brogdon is a good player. He fits, he can fit with any team. I actually, I had heard yesterday that the clippers they kicked around Malcolm Brogdon and that made a lot of sense to me and then I subsequently heard that they're every team kicks around lots of stuff. I don't think Malcolm's Turner also definitely someone that they're going to look at. And so brogden fits anywhere, but he's also injured all the time. And he has, I believe, three years at decent money left on his deal, but it seems like he's pretty likely to move and he's a very good player. I get why. I just, you know, it's one of those how much of your future are you willing to sacrifice for, you know, like maybe another feel good season where you get the four or 5 6 seat and lose in the first round and like at the end, it's like, well, that was fun. What did it get us? But here's the thing, Zach, there's just aren't that many players on the market that you could get this summer that are gonna really move the needle for you. And so people are making some real panic moves right now, you know? Like there are gonna be some big numbers thrown out on that first day of free agency that are gonna shock some people. And I think they're gonna be some real moves. On draft night two, that involves some real players, you know? Teams are telling me the draft is our free agency. No, there's no cap room out there. There is very few free agents that are actually moving the needle for us. Thursday night is our opportunity to make a splash and it seems like I've heard this song before on draft night. I've been old enough to old enough to so grizzled nugget. I've been around New York since 2000 and I've seen a lot of things. I've seen a lot of things. You know, every year, it's like, this is a draft where the NBA is gonna explode and it's happened like once or twice. You need to be smoking a cigarette for this, like take a drag. I've seen a lot of things in my time, kid..

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"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

07:39 min | 7 months ago

"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Like any smart NBA team of trading their guys at the lowest point of their value unless something crazy happens in a team happens to value Kyrie Irving as if he has played a 100% of the games in the last three or four seasons. The teams that have been mentioned in the athletic article yesterday as potentially interested in Kyrie Irving, Lakers, Knicks, clippers, let's start clippers. I don't think the clippers are interested in Kyrie Irving. They could always have a change of heart between now and whenever I just don't see that organization upending itself for Kyrie. So I'm going to ask them for a second. The Lakers in the Knicks have nothing of interest to the Brooklyn Nets who have to build a championship team now are out Kevin Durant an all time great player in his early to mid 30s. There don't want Russell Westbrook. They don't want your future first round picks. They don't want pick some nicks, whatever. They don't want those guys. There's nothing of interest there. So, you know, then you could say, well, he could opt out and do a sign and trade with somebody, but again, the assets aren't there, and why are the nets going to help Kyrie Irving and another team get what they want. The nuclear option is opting out and I can tell you for sure that there is some fear, not fear. There is some curiosity, both in the nets and around the league of, is this dude actually going to opt out and sign somewhere for the mid level exception, whether it's the baby mid level exception or the big one, which the Lakers need to get to do some things to actually have access to. That's $10 million. And that's one avenue to get them to the Lakers. We can talk about other teams that would theoretically be Kyrie Irving fits. I still think the likeliest outcome is that this is all a game of high profile chicken and public negotiating. And that there is some middle ground here that the nets in Kyrie Irving can land on whether it's a two plus one, a couple of people have mentioned to me why not do a Chris Paul whatever style deal where you give him the 5 years, but in years three, four and 5, there are games played triggers or minutes played triggers to guarantee the full deal. I still think I just don't know who's paying full freight for him. We can talk about that if you want. I still think that's the likeliest outcome. But again, I mean, literally nothing would surprise me. Kyrie Irving retiring would not even surprise me. That's no reporting that's just me just saying random stuff. Nothing would surprise me. What's your read on this? I would give him the full max for all the years and just figure it out later. What? How are you going to replace Kyrie Irving? The guy averaged 27 points a game he shot 42% for three years. I'm well versed at replacing Kyrie Irving because I've had to do it for half of every season. He's been on my team. And where did that get you? One playoff series win in three years. That's where I mean, this is the most talked about one playoff series win in three years team in the history of sports. I'm tired of it, but he's just we have to talk about it because a, he's a great player. I voted him all NBA two seasons ago and B Kevin Durant is sitting there like yo, we had Kyrie Irving and James Harden. Now we have Kyrie Irving and Ben Simmons. You've got the team, dude. Who are you complaining to? Nobody, the world, the basketball gods, the universe. Nobody. But I'm just like, we have this guy sitting there. An all time great player. Three months ago, Kevin Durant was considered the best player in the NBA. Yanis took that throne from him, but still that's who we're talking about is like, he's the John Travolta looking around in Pulp Fiction meme, like, yo, James Harden's where? Kyrie Irving is where? What happened? Where Keras Laverne and Jared Allen, the guy that I thought Deandre Jordan should start over and the coach got fired over it? Where is everybody? Yeah, so those are to me the most likely scenarios. I don't see the nets doing assigning trade for the junk that people are offering or they're will offer. So it's either, you know, they reach some kind of agreement with him or, you know, people are kind of whispering about is, you know, there's this team that's way below the cap right now and you know, if they don't make a move by draft night, then the cap room just evaporates. And that's Oklahoma City. I don't know what is it, 24 million under. If you want to ship Ivan fournier and Alec Burks, package the number 11 pick with that. I think Oklahoma City would be receptive to that. You know, I mean they just saw Golden State, you know, I spent $400 million in a championship and if those aren't bad contracts, you know, like you could rehab those guys and ship them back out or you could use them. I mean, so yeah, I think that some like if you're the Knicks, can you do that, you know? You need to get a commitment from Kyrie and is he a commit guy, you know? Like June 23rd, I'd have a hard time with just giving away the number 11 pick for, you know, essentially maybe. And so, you know, I mean, my prediction is that the nets just end up re signing him. They find some kind of agreement. You know, like you laid out, you maybe like the Chris Paul thing. But like, Kyrie Irving is 30 years old. Like, it's not a bad contract, giving him the max. You can get rid of like, I can't. I can't believe you're saying this. I just can't he's so good. At the end of the day, Zach talent wins in the NBA. And who's more talented, how many players can you name in the NBA that are more talented than Kyrie Irving? I don't know, 15. Like, what is talent is talent cool ball handling moves or his talent winning basketball games with two way play. Like I said, I've voted in wall NBA. Games in his career, Zach. Yeah, when he had LeBron next to him, he wants some games and he was massive in those games to his credit, games 5, 6 and 7 against the warriors in 2016. He was as good as it gets. Look, I voted him off. He's a flake. He's a flake, but he's a incredibly talented person. And they're just not enough great players in the NBA. Somebody's gonna want this guy. At least James Harden plays. Now, he plays very badly in elimination games frequently including this most recent one, but at least I know he's you might not be in shape all the time, but at least he plays. Look, I'd rather have Kyrie Irving on a full max than James Harden moving forward. I'd rather have food poisoning than either one on a 5 year max going forward. Like if I'm the GM of the team, I'd rather have a nice, comfortable pillow where I can sleep at night than 5 guaranteed years at 50 million a pop to either one. Let's go to the Knicks because I agree with you the Knicks are the most likely team. The Lakers have nothing that Brooklyn wants. The mid level thing is he really giving up like $26 million just next year, let alone what's next to do that. Maybe I don't know. The next thing is the most interesting because they've pursued him before they're desperate to win. You mentioned them offloading all this money to open up cap space so he really doesn't just does it just end up being two guys we don't really want in the 11th pick, which is, you know, a nice pick, but not great. And like you can talk yourself into it. He's a show. It's the garden. They almost went to the Knicks the first time. Julius Randle still there, so you have RJ Barrett would still be there..

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"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

05:27 min | 7 months ago

"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"And that's why when you do have a chance like we did in game 6, you got to really come out swinging. And we weathered that storm. At 14 to two and then the rest of the first quarter was one of the best stretches of basketball. We've played all year. And so taking the lead at the end of the quarter and then carrying that into the second quarter on that great run really set the tone. The Kerr three 16 T-shirt that was making the rounds today. Did you see this? Chris shows ahead on, I think. Yoga was wearing it's Stone Cold Steve Austin. I know that much. Where did this come from? I don't know. I don't know. You didn't play. You didn't clank two beer cans together at the after party in portal over yourself, nothing like that? I did not. So I have no idea what the T-shirt means. It made me feel good because it made me look jacked because. That didn't look like me at all. What was your level of concern if any when Memphis beat you guys by 50 points or whatever it was in game 5 it Memphis and they were that trick and draymond was dancing. You know you got a home game coming up, but like, you know, we've seen before, you don't want to mess around with that as a coach, I'm sure you're like, I'd like to just get a series over with, what the hell just happened here? Yeah, I mean, how could you not be concerned when you lose by 39 and you trail by 55? I mean, that was, that was probably our biggest test of the playoffs that game 6 when we came back home. And that's interesting. I wasn't even there. You know, I had COVID and so Mike Brown coached and did a fantastic job. But that game was of all the 22 playoff games. I think that was the biggest test and that's, you know, you always have to pass a few of those tests. You know, during a run, another one was being down two one in Boston, that game for obviously. But I was really proud of the way the guys came out and in that Memphis game 6 and now this is tough, you know, they're on the rise they've done a great job. They got a lot of young talent, Taylor has done a great job coaching that team. So that'll be that'll be a fun one, you know, getting together with them next year. Well, morant and draymond are making sure of that on social media coach. A couple more quarters on Denver, I promise. Do you mention being down to one to Boston? I remember, you know, there are no back to backs in the finals. There's often multiple games off days off between three and four, but if you froze life after game three, it just, it did feel like this is gonna be an interesting game coming up because Boston feels bigger, stronger, more physical, their defense is taking away a lot of what makes draymond tick. What makes the warriors motion offense tick? I wonder what those 48 24 36 hours were like for you. Were you confident like if we just stick with it, there is a big step game coming like we figured out series before we've been down to one before, but this is the finals and this team is imposing in ways that not a lot of teams are. What was your sort of general feeling at that point? Yeah, we felt very confident because we've been able to come back from too long a couple times before. I also felt like we were chasing our tail and game three, you know, we fell behind early. I don't think we had a great feel for the match up yet. I tried to play small in game three, which really backfired. It was a strange series that way where the first three or four games really felt kind of uneven. The feeling out process seemed to take longer than usual for teams at this level. Yeah, I agree. I agree. So game three when we fell down and I thought, yeah, man, we got a space the floor and we got to get some shooting out there. We're going to have to find a way to score. And that totally backfired. And so game four, that's where we kind of switched our mindset to playing bigger and playing Looney and draymond together more and Looney Looney went from, I think I played him like 17 minutes in game three to 29 or 30 in game four and he was the right guy in the series. I did not handle game three very well, but we felt a lot better in game four about the matchup than about the combinations that we had out there. We're going to end like this. The floor is yours, if there's something you want it to say about this season, this team, a particular player, a particular person in the organization, a particular story that we haven't gotten to somehow that you really want to talk about. I leave it to you. You are the coach of the championship team so you get to close this out however you like. Boy, there's a lot of ways I could go, you know, Jordan Poole deserves a lot of love so that so does draymond green, draymond is the best defender in the world and his performance in games 5 and 6 were just ridiculous, but I have to just talk about Andrew Wiggins because his defense against both Luca and Jayson Tatum, you know, the last two series were just mind-blowing. And when you combine.

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"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

08:02 min | 7 months ago

"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"After the latest mass shooting in Texas, you gave an impassioned plea for action. A plea that was both impassioned and somehow very precise in its language and at the target of its criticism of your criticism, which is a hard thing to be at once, that impassioned and that precise. What was the next 48 hours like for you? Because I think that became a touchstone in a way that you probably didn't even expect because as you have said, this is sadly not the first time that you have given comments latest, but this one was different. What was it like from your perspective? Well, I was incredibly emotional and I heard from a lot of people, a lot of really influential people and people in government, people in the tech world, you know, corporate people reaching out and saying, what can I do? What can I do to help? And so it was in a lot of ways, it was gratifying to know that so many people wanted to do something that shared my frustrations, but it was also just really emotional just because having lost my dad to gun violence, I just, you know, I knew how just awful. This was going to be for so many people and you validate so many family members and friends and young people and all these lives lost and so just, you know, it's depressing and emotional all at once, but yeah, it was nice to know how many people think the same way that I do and want so desperately for our government to follow through on some real meaningful action. You said something at the end of that those remarks about how we can't just go play the game and say, you know, go dubs, go Mavs and as I was preparing for this podcast and fishing around for good questions to ask you and thinking about Steph's legacy and it struck me like that's exactly what we're doing, not you, but that's exactly what I'm doing in preparing for this podcast. That's exactly what the sports world is doing and debating steps all the time rank in this and that it's sadly that proved prophetic and I don't even have a question as much as when I start thinking about things like this, the problem seems so intractable and huge that I feel helpless like all of us who feel a certain way would almost have to quit our jobs and put our life on hold clearly the money is not enough the donations are not enough. The occasional remarks are not enough and it just you saying it go dubs go Mads it just hit me as I was preparing like I'm doing that that exact thing and it's a helpless frankly sad feeling and I wonder if you think back to that part of your remarks and say, oh yeah, you know we just won the championship we're partying and have we left it in the rearview, is that something you feel almost? No, no, not at all. I think it's important that we pay attention to everything. You know, and I think I was speaking specifically about the fact that we were going to do a moment of silence. And I'm not kidding. We've had 15 or so moments of silence during my 8 year coaching career where we mourned the loss of a huge number of human beings due to gun violence. And so the frustration of just doing moments of silence and sending thoughts and prayers and all the stuff that, yes, it's nice and it's respectful, but unfortunately it doesn't really do anything. It's frustrating. So I do think that there are people all over the country who are fighting the good fight. I heard a great podcast with senator Chris Murphy from Connecticut who's probably the most active senator in the government regarding gun safety and he had great words, you know, he said he said this is an issue where we just need to keep pushing and eventually it's going to tip the other way. And one of the analogies he used was he said, you know, 20 years ago, we didn't have gay marriage. And I know these are totally different subjects, but 20 years ago, president Obama and unbelievably progressive incredibly intelligent human being could not run on a platform of supporting gay marriage for fear of losing. Even though you know inside, he probably agreed to it or agreed upon it. So the issue is one where what we have to do is just make incremental progress. And we have to get the conservative senators from states that really support over the top gun freedom laws. We've got to get those senators to recognize that they can still win their races. If even if they support some gun safety measures, once they're able to reconcile that, a little bit like the gay marriage movement, you get enough momentum where people all over the country are finally saying, you know what? It's fine if there's gay marriage. It's actually a good thing. And in terms of gun violence, you get enough conservative people to understand, and when I say conservative, I'm really speaking to people who are really pro gun rights. You get enough of them to understand that we're not taking away your Second Amendment rights. What we're trying to do is protect our citizens from being slaughtered in schools and malls and churches and everything else. And we can do both. You can still, you know, you still can have the right to bear arms, but maybe we could cut back on selling weapons of war to 18 year olds. Like that would be a good idea. But in the meantime, as senator Murphy said, we just have to get the ball rolling enough to tip the scales and eventually get there. Let's do a couple of basketball questions to finish it out. I thought you guys were going to win game 6 in Boston. I said it on TV. And to anyone who asked me, I think the Celtics are just fatigued and worn out and the warriors have kind of figured this series out a little bit. A little, a few little birdies told me that you, I think, had the same sense a little bit and maybe voiced it before the game in something like, let's we're going to have to take a punch, but once we do, let's really punch back and see how they respond because I think in your gut, you thought, you felt pretty good about game. Is that fair? Yeah. Yeah, and you know, we're lucky to have done this a few times in the past, but it's really tough to change the momentum late in a series. Once the two teams have played against each other, you know, everybody's kind of figured everything out. You kind of know who you're playing and what combinations are going to be, all that stuff, but it's tough to change the momentum late. That's why so few teams come back from three one down or whatever. And we've been on the other end of that too, but it takes something pretty dramatic to really change the momentum..

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"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

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01:32 min | 7 months ago

"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

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"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

06:18 min | 7 months ago

"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"When that corner three in game two went in. That had to be a fun moment for you to say, okay, he's ready to contribute in this series. And he's going to get a major contract now, whether it's from you or some other team. Like, he's going to get paid. I think it's an awesome story. I'm thrilled for Gary because he's been working for 6 years since he left Oregon state, you know, to try to find a home. And he is, he is an incredible story. He's an amazing defender. He's shorter than I am. I mean, I think he's probably 6 two, but massive wingspan and I'm talking elite elite athleticism. I mean, the lateral speed and quickness he would have been an incredible free safety in the NFL if he wanted to. I mean, he just covered so much ground and what makes him so good on the ball is that you can't get around him. You try to get around him, you know, you get one dribble past him and you think you got him. And the second dribble, he's taken it from you. Because he's so quick and he's got those long arms and strong hands and he poked, I think, four or 5 steals away from Boston over the course of those last 5 names when they thought he, you know, they thought they had him and he just beat them to the spot and stole the ball and he was just incredible. When did you decide you were going to put Andre Iguodala in for the last minute of game 6? You know, we were standing next to each other near the end and there's about two minutes left minute and a half left and I said, you know, I should probably lead these guys out here, don't you think? Just to let them soak it in. And he goes, he goes, yeah, he goes, I think that's a good idea. He goes, can I go in? I go, that's a great idea. And I said, go get wigs, and I figured, you know, we get the four mainstays out there. Jeff played draymond and Andre. And then wigs gets to come to the bench and get this embrace from his teammates and ovation from the warrior fans who were there. And then to see our four guys on the floor. And I saw Andre going literally take the game ball from somebody on the Celtics, walk over to Steph and hand it to staff. It was a pretty cool moment. You told me something for a feature I wrote on Wiggins about why you're glad you're not the GM of the team because you would have thrown yourself in front of the tracks of salary dumping Andrew dala to the Memphis Grizzlies which paved the way for D'angelo Russell which paved the way for Angela Wiggins and Jonathan kamina. I wonder if you can share a little of that in a little of sort of why that is because Andre is a prickly personality. Everybody knows he's a basketball genius, but why that is other than he's been around a lot and he's a smart guy and you bounce ideas off him and all that. Well, just everything that he's done for the franchise. And that's the hardest thing about professional sports. You know, you grow close with somebody and then there are times where you just have to make trades. You have to move people and what he had done for the franchise and in turn when he had done for me as a young coach. I mean, literally my first year coaching, I asked him to come off the bench. He's never come off the bench in his career. And he did it. And did it beautifully and it really solidified our bench. And he wasn't he wasn't psyched about it, coach. He wasn't happy the first month, but I think the Arizona connection, the fact that we both played for lute Olson, was really helpful. We tend to see the game the same way. And so he trusted me, even though he didn't like it, and then once he got comfortable with it, he really embraced it. The other thing I feel strongly about with Andre is that, you know, our team has a certain craziness to it. You know, the Stephen clay shot selection at times is just insane. And Andre is the guy over the years who has just sort of tempered everything and his prime the first four years when he was here when he was playing all the big minutes and play out games. He was a guy who settled us down and made sense of the game. And so we shared a connection in terms of what needed to happen for us to win and for our team to settle down and he was the guy to get that done. I'll give you a funny Andre story from during the finals. I don't know who I was talking to. I wish I could remember. It was a front office guy on another team. We were talking about Andre Iguodala, and as I want to do when talking about Andrew dala, I bring up the fact that he is the greatest I've ever seen at the swipe down steel that it's completely uncanny and this guy said it's so funny you say that because we splice together like a 5 to ten minute edit of Andre Iguodala swipe down steels, hoping to send it to our young guys to teach them how to do this. Is there some common thread in all these swipe downs that explains why Andre Iguodala is so good at this and his most high profile ones came in that down the stretch of game 6 against Oklahoma City in 2016. And they watched the 5 or ten minute edit and the team officials were like, no, he's just awesome at it. There's nothing to teach anybody. He's just too good at it. Yeah. It's a combination of wingspan, athleticism and a brain, you know, a guy who just sees and feels the game. So it's pretty much impossible to teach it's amazing the first time you discover something that really made an impact on your life. For me, one of the things was growing up watching the NBA in the 80s heyday with my dad who was a high school teacher and a huge sports fan and got me into teaching, got me into education, but kind of unbeknownst to him got me into basketball in the 80s when it was magic and bird and then Michael coming up and that has kind of almost randomly stuck with me and became my career in a total plot twist that no one ever really saw coming, including me. It changed my life forever. Well, what if that same thing could happen to you with your job? What if there's an awesome job out there that was made for you?.

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"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

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06:05 min | 7 months ago

"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"A four or 5 minute period where he would have normally been in the game. Obviously he is a strong personality, a personality type you have valued for all the strength that we're talking about. But that a lot of people were worried that, oh, this is going to blow up. I sat there and thought these guys have so much shared history that I just don't see this as a problem, but I do wonder, how do you handle those next 24 hours? Do you meet with him right after the game? Do you guys go out for a drink afterwards? Do you just text and say, we'll talk the next morning? How does that happen? How does that unfold? Really? Nothing for a couple of days. I mean, we won the game. Obviously, if we had lost the game, maybe it's different, maybe I approach him right away, but we won the game, so everybody's happy. We spend the night we fly home the next day and we have the day off. So it wasn't until the following day at practice that we actually had a chance to talk. And he totally understood, you know, we got on a run. After we took him out, and Looney was playing great and I forget what the run was, but something like 12 four, 14 to four, something like that. And like most coaches, you know, you just, you don't want to you don't want to change the rotation when the combination when things are going well. So really, you know, we ended up talking a little bit and it was more strategic. We watched the offensive clips together of the game. And we tried to locate what Boston was doing and how he could find ways to attack them better and what positions he could be in. But we have so much history together. One title's lost titles, you know, gotten into countless arguments near fights, but we're like family. We are just we're so tight that we're just going to have moments and we always just work through them. Do you listen to the podcast to draymond green show? He wants people to mention it by name. The draymond green show took very good podcast. Do you ever listen to it? No, I do not, because I listen to draymond every single day. Gary Payton the second is just an unbelievable story. He told Malika Andrews during the finals that he actually inquired about being working in the video room for you guys. Do you remember that happening like did that get to your level? I mean, is that a serious thing? Or that's just a crazy that's like four months ago or something. Yeah, I didn't know that. We are always looking for video guys who can play. You know, so you get the extra bodies when the young guys who aren't playing many minutes in the games have to scrimmage. So, you know, everybody wants video guys who can play. But that would be pretty extreme to have Gary Payton coming out of your video room and then dominating those scrimmages. So I didn't know that was a real thing until I heard that story. When he, so he breaks his elbow and what is that game two against the grizzlies? And it's immediately clear it's a serious injury. What's the first time you see him? It was in the first half, I think you see him at halftime. What's after the game like is it morose? Was there immediately hope that maybe if we got far enough, he could come back and beyond that, this is a guy who, as you know, has fought for every inch, every dollar, every minute, what do you say to someone like that when they're doing their season might be over? Yeah, I mean, I just remember going into the locker room afterwards. We lost game two in Memphis and so everybody was bombed already and I remember going in and he had his arm in a sling and I just gave him a hug and asked him what the prognosis was and Gary's a really upbeat guy, you know? And he said, hey, I'll be back. I'm gonna be back during the playoffs. And I was, you know, I was angry, number one, because I thought it was a dirty play. But I was really worried, too, because, you know, we were starting him to guard jaw and I thought, all right, you know, even if we can get past this series, now we got Chris Paul, you know, coming up, Luka Dončić. We needed Gary. And so fortunately, we were able to get by Memphis in Dallas and then I thought that the Boston series actually changed in game two when Gary was available. He wasn't quite ready for game one. He suited up, but we were only going to put him in for like a late defensive stop or something. And that was because the elbow wasn't quite ready to shoot jumpers yet. Is that what it was? He had scrimmage the day before game one and couldn't shoot a three. He could only. And I asked him, I said, can you shoot a three? He goes, no, but I could step in and take a dribble and take an 18 footer. I said, don't tell our analytics people that. There's no way you're going to get into the game. But no, he wasn't quite ready and I didn't feel comfortable playing him yet. And then we had two days off in between games one and two. And those extra few days helped him. And by the time he was ready for game two, I felt way better about things. Because obviously, to beat Boston, you've got to guard Tatum and Brown and Marcus smart and Gary's an elite elite defender. So I thought he changed the series when he got healthy. Man, I've stood next to that, dude. He is so short to be an elite defender. It's crazy. He's like, it's like one of my buddies, a normal look and size guy. And you can guard Jason Tatum and jaylen Brown like, sometimes they'll shoot over him and stuff, but I mean, he is, he's incredible..

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"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

07:27 min | 7 months ago

"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Maybe a week later, he'd start to kind of do some figure 8 stuff and start to cut and but it was such a slow process that we didn't really get to see much of him until we had a game that was canceled in Denver or postponed because of COVID. I think a bunch of the nuggets players had COVID and so that we were in Denver and the game got postponed and so we had a scrimmage instead at the Pepsi center and clay played in that scrimmage for the first time. And that was a big moment for him and for us. And it was kind of cool too, you know, we're there in this empty arena, the game's been canceled. And it was almost like, hey, this is a perfect night for clay to come back and for us to get some work in and for him to feel part of things again and I thought that was a big night for him and he came back less than a week later, I think. Are people in that scrimmage guarding clay like a normal player or are they like afraid to touch him and get physical and was there ever a moment in those practices early on where he took a stumble or a fall or tried to jump and dunk it and win everyone held their breath a little bit? He never took a fall like nothing ever happened that was scary. I think at first players were a little bit reluctant to guard him too hard. They didn't want to be physical with them. And I think once they saw him for a few days and he looked fine that everyone realized, okay, this is no big deal. Like clay can play again. And so the scrimmage process was good. We had a lot of them. And as he got more and more comfortable and got closer to playing in a real game, the rest of our guys got more comfortable with them. There was, you described this championship as Stephen Curry's crowning achievement so far. And there's a long, long way to go for his career, man. Amanda's not slowing down. And he has kind of come out with this. What are they gonna say now phrase? You know what you're gonna say in others t-shirts of it. I think in one of your many media things you've done, you talked about, you know, a lot of the guys wanted to win this for Steph and that phrasing kind of struck me because it's like Steph Curry's an all time great player like at worst top 15 top 16 coming in to this finals, let alone now and all the he hasn't won a Finals MVP and ran in this. It all struck me as nonsense in my assumption was the team just sort of laughed at it like this dumb media creating storylines, but to hear it phrase like win it for Steph, it almost seemed like that noise seeped in a little bit and you guys actually did hear it and actually whether you thought it was valid or not. Wanted to shut it off. Is that true? Oh, it's definitely true. And one thing I've learned Zach is that the guys today here and read everything. So whether it's draymond or clay or stuff, any perceived slight that they feel, they use as motivation. And they see all that stuff. And there's so much chatter, you know, there's just so much that's out there. I mean, you've got the whole league, players all over the league are tweeting back and forth at each other. You got so many different media personalities and everybody's like throwing shots, you know, lobbing shots across the country at each other. It really is bizarre. It's a totally different world from what I played in. And so because of that, it's a different atmosphere and a lot of these narratives really take hold. And I think for Steph, he's heard it over the years that, you know, he's never won Finals MVP and in the last two titles were all about KD and the first one Andre got MVP and but as you know, the great players are always looking for what's next and they're looking for another challenge. And they're looking for anything to motivate themselves. And I think Steph used that as motivation this year for sure. What do you memories of the 43 points in game four? Because that was one of the great games I've ever been to, considering the stakes considering the defense you were facing. And I thought they largely played him pretty well in that game. I mean these are crazy in a phone booth shots. He's sitting, did you have a moment with him after the game you remember? Was there a shot that he hit? I mean, I remember in Oklahoma City in 2016 when clay was going crazy, you had a moment with a fan, just sort of laughing at like this guy's ridiculous. Did you have a moment like that from game four or something you'll remember from that game? I think just the second half he had, I think, at least two, maybe three shots coming left, you know, beyond well beyond the top of the key 7 feet beyond the three point line. With guys all over him. And I don't even know how he saw the rim. And he made two in a row, you know, I think mid fourth quarter that we're just ridiculous shots. Like nobody on earth can make those shots and obviously he carried us that whole night, but those two shots were just stunning and I think those were backbreakers too. You can just see you can feel the crowd sort of losing losing hope as he was making all those shots. Did you have a moment with him after the series was over that you can share a conversation I mean, you guys have now been together for 8 years, you have a history that predates that which we will talk about later. I don't know if there's a one with him or his family, a conversation that you can share just sort of you guys put it all in perspective or was it just we're gonna have some drinks and party and that's it. Well, we shared we shared some words on the stage as all the players and family members were on the stage and I just shared with them how much he has meant to me. And basically what I told him was that as great as everybody has been with the warriors from ownership to the front office to coaching staff to great players coming through here, all stars, but this was, you know, this has all been built on him, you know? Like most dynasties, I mean, the spurs were basically built, you know, on Tim Duncan and the Lakers were built on Magic Johnson, the Celtics were burned on built on Larry Bird. Bulls on Michael Jordan. Taking nothing away from all the great players and coaches and GMs and ownership people that contribute to all this, but there's usually one transcendent star that is the reason for these whatever you want to call them. Dynasties or runs or whatever. And that's what I share with him that he's basically the reason that this has all happened. Now he's obviously, you know, there are basketball reasons for that and personality reasons for that. The personality reasons have been ultra competitive, ultra devoted to his conditioning a humility, a willingness to share the spotlight in the game with other players and play a style that you guys play..

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"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

07:27 min | 7 months ago

"kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"And now, the low poke. Welcome to the low post podcast where the NBA draft is only two and a half days away the off season is in full swing. The rumors are flying, but as you know, the NBA Finals are the whole reason we do this. The championship is the whole reason we do this in somehow, mostly because of the man I'm about to introduce. I have finagled a tradition where the coach of the championship winning team comes on this stupid podcast and tells stories from their championship winning season. Now a four time champion is a head coach of 5 time champion as a player. It's getting ridiculous. The head coach of the Golden State Warriors fresh from the parade, Steve Kerr, my friend, how are you doing? I'm good. Thanks for having me on again, Zach. I mean, look, just don't think the team won, that's all. You're at this point, you're just mandated to do it. It's a tradition unlike any other. Yeah, that's what they say about the mask. That's the masters, right? No, no, that's your podcast with the championship winning coach. Yes. Coach, before we get to the important stuff, it has come to my attention. I have photographic evidence of this that after the parade, there was some sort of feast party something and as part of the buffet, there was a plate of cannolis decorated in blue and gold and the sign next to them, you know, normally they describe what food it is and all this stuff. It just said, holy cannoli is this true. I did not see it, so I can't confirm it nor deny it, but I saw a million signs along the parade route that just said holy cannoli. So clay always manages to leave his influence for sure. We have to be careful with this because it's such a precious moment. We can't overdo it. We can't overuse the phrase now. It can't become, it was a perfect moment in time, and I think we need to leave it a little bit more alone. I don't want it to become corrupted. The holy can only phrase. Yes, the holy cannoli. I think it belongs to clay. I don't think anybody else can really just throw it out there. I think we've got to just leave it to him. It's been a long, I could tell seeing you after the game in several different venues that this was this was a celebratory, this was not a relief championship. This was a pure joy championship. What you guys have been through in the last three years is a basketball team. The injuries, the departures, we don't have to relive that. But I wanted to start with, in all of that time, maybe it was the news that clay had a sustained a second catastrophic injury right when it appeared he was going to come back. Maybe it was a low point like the 53 point loss to the raptors in Tampa. Were there moments where you looked around and thought, we'll be a good team again, but maybe the days of May, June, maybe that's just over for us. And I wonder what that means for me for Steph, where there ever moments like that? Yeah, there were plenty of moments like that, Zach. I mean, we had the worst record in the league two years ago and last year we missed the playoffs altogether. I think in the back of our minds, we always thought, all right, when clay comes back, we'll have a chance. And but I don't know that any of us really knew what that meant. I have said to you before our finish to last year, 15 and 5, where we looked and felt like ourselves again, gave us a lot of hope going into this year. And knowing clay was going to come back and having had Wiggins for a little bit over a year and it felt coming into this year like we could do something special, but honestly, I don't think any of us knew whether we could win the whole thing or not. I wonder about clay 940 something days, two injuries, a pandemic which separated him from the team to some degree. I mean, it's hard for me to remember what the rules were in April and May and June of 2020. I wonder if you have sort of any memories of that time, particularly low moments for him, a zoom during the pandemic where, you know, not only is he going through these injuries, but everyone's trying to figure out what life looks like. A setback of some kind or a practice where he just didn't have it the way he thought he was going to have it. I don't know if you have any memories of like that, 'cause I feel like we're rushing past what he has overcome an ACL, which in your day was career threatening no longer, and it Achilles, which although KD has recovered from enclaves recovered from it is still about as catastrophic and injury as a basketball player can suffer. I wonder if you have any sort of memories of that journey for him. Yeah, an awful lot. One that jumps out is maybe about a month or so before he made his comeback. So I'm guessing mid December. We had a home game and he, you know, he's been toiling away for a couple of years now and after the game he went out onto the court and sat on the bench as it stands emptied out that chase. And I had a couple of people come to me and say, coach, you need to go check on clay. He's out sitting on our bench and he's despondent right now. And so I went out there and he was basically crying on the bench by himself and Steph and draymond both came out there and I think everything was just, it was just too much for clay at that point. He was still kind of wondering like, is this ever going to happen for me? And everything that he had been through seemed to kind of come to a boiling point for him emotionally and he just he just started crying and there were people still filing out of the arena and the other team comes out to see their families and stuff. So there were a lot of people around and people were kind of looking over, but he just had his head in his hands and he was the irony as he was only a few weeks away from actually coming back. But it was just such a hall that I think it just overwhelmed him. How was he looking at that point behind closed doors and what were your expectations for him in the first month or two of his or even even flash forward to May and June? If you thought ahead like that, what did you expect and what was he looking like? Well, he was looking fine. But coming back from an Achilles is such a painstaking process and it's just step by step, literally. And so our training staff just put him through all these different exercises and would take him from one step to the next, but it was really, really slow. So, you know, he'd start doing some 5 on stuff where we're going through our offense. He'd be running straight ahead, some sprints..

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Woke Athletes Should Stick to Sports

The Officer Tatum Show

01:55 min | 8 months ago

Woke Athletes Should Stick to Sports

"Men and women, the people of America, I am sick and tired of athletes. And coaches who supposed to be shooting three pointers, supposed to be coaching teams, congratulations to Steve Kerr. The only reason he won, he won, right? The only reason that he won because he was the Arizona alumni. But outside of that, you supposed to be doing your thing, but they putting their hands in a politics in ways in which I think are rooted in stupidity. Steve Kerr came out and said and cried about good laws and just country. Enough is enough. And then he runs off the stage. And then Joe burrows, I love that kid, man. If y'all don't know it's the Bengals quarterback right now, I love them when he was in college, LSU won the national championship. I said, man, that kid got hard. Come back season. It was amazing. He got drafted number one overall. He got obliterated his first year because officer line was blocking as if they only had one leg. And then he came back and he went to the championship and I rooted for him. I said Joe burrow, I hope that you win this thing and be an upset. You know, be a part of an upset victory. However, I have since changed my mind because I believe he's going to walk in and woke. So I don't believe me. Wrote a clip. You know, you're not going to outline everything you got to at least make it harder to get those crazy guns that everybody's using. I don't think you should be able to just walk in there and buy one. You got to be able to go through a rigorous process to be able to buy something like that, I think. So, you know, hopefully the people that get paid to make those decisions figure that out, my job is to play football, but hopefully the politicians can figure that one out.

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Why Won't Democrats Focus on Their Surveillance Scandals?

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 8 months ago

Why Won't Democrats Focus on Their Surveillance Scandals?

"Their into surveillance unlawful surveillance That's why they wanted their little ministry of truth According to the office of the national Intel more than half of those queries almost 2 million were part of the larger investigation of alleged Russia attempts to target a week in U.S. critical infrastructure The office reported and admitted that on at least four occasions the FBI fell to get fisa approval before accessing the contents of information collected It's not the first time the FBI has been caught red handed overstepping its legal authority It seems to me there's systemically focused on undermining law abiding citizens And there are lighter array Jordan Turner laid out a laundry list of questions about the report demanding further transparent Isn't it interesting that the Democrats don't do this They control the Congress Is it an interesting that they're not focused on this at all And the vast majority of them weren't upset with this ministry of truth And the vast majority of them support a database against the cops Isn't that interesting ladies and gentlemen and they go around saying there aren't universal background checks to get a gun when in fact there are Like the idiot coach Steve Kerr going on and on

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Clarence Thomas says abortion leak has changed Supreme Court

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

Clarence Thomas says abortion leak has changed Supreme Court

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Parents swap, sell baby formula as Biden focuses on shortage

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 9 months ago

Parents swap, sell baby formula as Biden focuses on shortage

"Parents parents parents parents are are are are scrambling scrambling scrambling scrambling to to to to find find find find infant infant infant infant formula formula formula formula amid amid amid amid supply supply supply supply problems problems problems problems in in in in a a a a plant plant plant plant shut shut shut shut down down down down by by by by contamination contamination contamination contamination Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Kerr Kerr Kerr Kerr she she she she says says says says she she she she and and and and her her her her husband husband husband husband were were were were shocked shocked shocked shocked when when when when they they they they went went went went to to to to their their their their usual usual usual usual store store store store in in in in Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut to to to to buy buy buy buy formula formula formula formula for for for for their their their their seven seven seven seven month month month month old old old old son son son son it it it it was was was was like like like like to to to to talk talk talk talk even even even even the the the the Senate Senate Senate Senate sizer sizer sizer sizer when when when when everybody everybody everybody everybody was was was was looking looking looking looking for for for for its its its its will will will will be be be be presented presented presented presented sizer sizer sizer sizer gone gone gone gone off off off off the the the the shelves shelves shelves shelves the the the the shortage shortage shortage shortage caused caused caused caused by by by by supply supply supply supply disruptions disruptions disruptions disruptions a a a a safety safety safety safety recall recall recall recall and and and and temporary temporary temporary temporary closure closure closure closure of of of of one one one one of of of of the the the the main main main main formula formula formula formula producing producing producing producing plants plants plants plants president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden has has has has talked talked talked talked with with with with Gerber Gerber Gerber Gerber and and and and others others others others to to to to increase increase increase increase production production production production and and and and retailers retailers retailers retailers such such such such as as as as Walmart Walmart Walmart Walmart and and and and target target target target to to to to speed speed speed speed up up up up deliveries deliveries deliveries deliveries Kirsty Kirsty Kirsty Kirsty says says says says until until until until things things things things get get get get back back back back to to to to normal normal normal normal I'm I'm I'm I'm just just just just asking asking asking asking everybody everybody everybody everybody if if if if you you you you have have have have please please please please give give give give don't don't don't don't warder warder warder warder let's let's let's let's all all all all work work work work together together together together because because because because these these these these are are are are babies babies babies babies you you you you know know know know they they they they gotta gotta gotta gotta eat eat eat eat the the the the White White White White House House House House has has has has about about about about half half half half of of of of the the the the formula formula formula formula is is is is bought bought bought bought through through through through low low low low income income income income with with with with benefits benefits benefits benefits for for for for children children children children people people people people using using using using weka weka weka weka been been been been turned turned turned turned away away away away by by by by some some some some retailers retailers retailers retailers some some some some states states states states have have have have restrictions restrictions restrictions restrictions on on on on using using using using it it it it to to to to buy buy buy buy larger larger larger larger packages packages packages packages I I I I timid timid timid timid wire wire wire wire

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Curry, Warriors rally past Grizzlies 101-98 for 3-1 lead

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Curry, Warriors rally past Grizzlies 101-98 for 3-1 lead

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CDC: Half of Vermont’s 14 counties have high COVID-19 levels

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

CDC: Half of Vermont’s 14 counties have high COVID-19 levels

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Jokic's triple-double leads Nuggets past Warriors 131-124

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 11 months ago

Jokic's triple-double leads Nuggets past Warriors 131-124

"The nuggets had just enough to defeat short handed Golden State one thirty one one twenty four Kohli Oakridge helped himself to thirty two points fifteen rebounds and thirteen assists this on a night in which Denver racked up thirty nine assists me remember the girl's name condition after Mason makes after Mrs problem the most so it's always nice to have a thirty nine thirty plus the system the warriors took the floor having lost eight of ten but things went from bad to worse when Steph and curry Klay Thompson and Andrew Wiggins were left home by coach Steve Kerr unhappy with this covert postponed game being rescheduled for Monday feisty Golden State was within four with fifty three seconds to go before Denver got the upper hand the nuggets have won nine of ten Bruce Morton Denver

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Record tied for coach Popovich...Heat beat Rockets

AP News Radio

02:01 min | 11 months ago

Record tied for coach Popovich...Heat beat Rockets

"AP sports I'm David Shuster Joe well and be put up another MVP performance scoring forty three points in Philadelphia's one twenty one one oh six victory over Chicago go quarter they got a five trouble and we got in the bonus do so I just wanted to be aggressive and you know what is the king and then live in the paint and you pay it off elsewhere it was a battle of two teams close to each other in the Western Conference as Denny Kapp reports look at the on chip poured in a game high thirty five points as the Mavericks win their fifth in a row topping the jazz one eleven one oh three nonfiction the mass pushed the lead out to as many as twenty late in the third quarter as Dallas went on to win its seventh of the last eight games the pulled within a half game of the jazz for the fourth spot in the west Spencer Dinwiddie chimed in twenty three starting in place of Jalen Brunson who missed the game with a right foot contusion regal bear had twenty one to pace the jazz were playing the second leg of a back to back and wrapping up a five game road trip and Bruce Morton out in Denver fills us in on the nuggets and the warriors the nuggets had just enough to defeat short handed Golden State one thirty one one twenty four Kohli Oakridge helped himself to thirty two points fifteen rebounds and thirteen assists the warriors took the floor having lost eight of ten but things went from bad to worse when Steph and curry Klay Thompson and Andrew Wiggins were left home by coach Steve Kerr unhappy with this covert postponed game being re scheduled for Monday other winners Monday Detroit Miami Minnesota and San Antonio college basketball number one Gonzaga moved into the title game at the west coast conference with an eighty one seventy one victory over San Francisco Gonzaga remains number one in this week's AP poll followed by Arizona Baylor Auburn and Kentucky baseball MLB has set a deadline of Tuesday night to work out a deal with the Players Association or more regular season games will be canceled and pro football the NFL suspended Atlanta wide receiver Calvin Ridley for at least one year after he gambled on games this past season I'm David Shuster a AP sports

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As Russia batters Ukraine, both sides ready for more talks

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 11 months ago

As Russia batters Ukraine, both sides ready for more talks

"Displaced Ukrainians continue to flow across the country's border with Poland as Russia escalates its attacks in the country's east I'm moves troops closer to the capital give women and children crossing the boat at mid day Kerr the greeted by waiting relatives and friends as they reached out to you as the new models on the one on the room I'm just saying you know three speaking to the Associated Press next to her toddler son says that her husband stayed at home to fight well that's still the Ukrainian man living in Poland greets his seven grandchildren and two daughters in law who fled the Russian invasion his son remains in Ukraine to fight a vessel has a message for him if they need me no matter my age I will not think twice all go there to fight I'm Charles to live as much

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Kuemper, Landeskog help Avs beat Stars, extend streak to 19

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Kuemper, Landeskog help Avs beat Stars, extend streak to 19

"The avalanche of run their team record point streak to nineteen games with a four nothing win over the stars Darcy camper handle twenty three shots for his second shutout of the season helping Colorado improved to seventeen oh one two during the point streak Gabrielle Landeskog scored twice for the ABS who also received goals from Nazem Kadri and Nicholas bank bail Campbell Kerr had two assists for the avalanche who lead the NHL with seventy points in forty six games the apps or three points ahead of the Panthers with a game in hand Dallas goalie Braden Holtby stopped twenty six shots on the ferry

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Update on the latest sports

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Update on the latest sports

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Closing arguments set for ex-officer in Daunte Wright death

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Closing arguments set for ex-officer in Daunte Wright death

"Closing closing arguments arguments are are set set for for today today in in the the trial trial of of the the former former police police officer officer who who says says she she meant meant to to use use her her taser taser not not her her gun gun when when she she shot shot and and killed killed Dante Dante right right during during sometimes sometimes tearful tearful testimony testimony Kim Kim potter potter told told jurors jurors she she didn't didn't want want to to hurt hurt anybody anybody and and shouted shouted a a warning warning about about using using her her taser taser prosecutors prosecutors say say with with all all the the training training she she should should have have known known the the difference difference between between her her taser taser and and her her gun gun powder powder is is charged charged with with manslaughter manslaughter in in the the death death of of the the twenty twenty year year old old black black man man she she pulled pulled over over in in a a Minneapolis Minneapolis suburb suburb for for expired expired license license tags tags and and an an air air freshener freshener hanging hanging from from his his rear rear view view mirror mirror potter's potter's attorneys attorneys argued argued she she made made a a mistake mistake but but would would have have been been justified justified in in using using deadly deadly force force because because the the other other officer officer was was at at risk risk of of being being dragged dragged by by rights rights Kerr Kerr I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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"kerr" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"kerr" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

"You do what you do with. Who though try alexander. It's been an absolute pleasure. Not only chatting with you here on behind the yard sign but also working with you. You've been Such a godsend for us in our offices and thank you for being low client. I really appreciate it. My pleasure and i just if i may. I really have to say what an incredible experience i've had with spade and archer. It's been amazing. The last staging that we did mice hours had sort of their own vision of what it should be what it was supposed to be may have a few questions about some of the staging in terms of preparation etc spade and archer was going to do and they really took way too much time of Team but needless to say when it came out as reached sort of the final stage they were so happy and in what really i think was the ultimate proof in the pudding was every single person that came through commented on the staging and i think that makes a sale. I really do. I think that is the first and foremost i tell every seller that staging is the key in the right stager is is even more the key not only. Do you have such an incredible eye for design. I mean this idea of nothing being fake so instead of like tv monitor you know you have like a vintage movie camera. These are the things that i think really translate to so many buyers in this day and age there's just a a level of exactitude in a design sense. That is unlike any other. I have to give you so much credit in. It's been such a pleasure working with you. Not only in terms of your design sense but also in the way that you present pitch your product. I've never known another stager to it in such professional manner number one and number two in a way that no other stage company on. Can you just follow me around and tell every single person that i work that story.

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"kerr" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"kerr" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

"Oh my gosh. How do we pull all this together and you being bet vinet that catches them on all these different levels. So it's really wonderful. Well and kudos to you because honestly i can't imagine a better sort of background being in mental health. Because i say that. Kudos to you. Because i don't think people realize how important that pieces in our business you really have to be in large part. You're you're not just helping people find homes but you're also helping them. Psychologically mentally emotionally to adjust to a new lifestyle. The process not to mention the process of buying a home can be just garrone laying ruling and that's where being sort of guide and slightly. Maybe a therapist in some fashion can really be helpful. And sometimes it's it's difficult circumstances. You know i mean. I just got a referral or not even referrals. Somebody that i had spoken two years ago and he just called me and he said you know i just got divorced and i have two children up thirteen and sixteen and i need to find a home. That's within reasonable distance of my now ex wife but i wanna start something new. I just need that change. you know. He's the came up booth for example like being near the beach. And and so i said look. That's what i do is help you. Make that transition as easy and seamless as possible. You just do that. Empathy thing again like i barely know how old i am. And you know all of your clients. Children's ages by heart and is just killing me and amy being a little bit self effacing. She is a new agent this year. But amy how many deals have you done so far this year. Couple a couple. I've done. I've done a handful. I have been really lucky. I think she's done like eight with just with us. Just a my listeners are you. That's amazing limits. That is amazing. Well that speaks volumes. Once again as i said it's not an easy business. It's not something that you're doing. You're sitting at a desk nine to five and then you go home. You have to be incredibly proactive and clearly shows that you've been you've done just that she's got a good community. She's got a good support system. She's got a good work ethic isolated herself a.

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"kerr" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"kerr" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

"Because i didn't know it from adam it was like it was like mars to me was such a foreign country foreign country like it was my then boyfriend now husband who said let's give it a shot. Why not. let's try it. And so i landed in la. And i set up this company and we ended up producing a number of indie films including usual suspects which was really such an incredible experience on so many levels. Show influential to our higher culture. That was a really incredible experience. We went onto a couple of other. Great films Paul thomas anderson's first movie called heart eight. But then i got a bit of the burn out factor and i decided to go off on my own thinking. I'm gonna be my own independent producer. Which as you can imagine. It's unlike real estate. You are connected to what is in this business or that businesses hierarchy. That's so been there historically for so so many years and to break into that is really hard to do. An interestingly all this during all this time even by the way. When i was probably in my early twenties my mother who was in real estate so there is that piece that also ties in to where i'm at now who always said to me. Oh my gosh you'd be. You'd be a great real estate agent and i just would look at her frown at her and say he may not be foam. Quit quichua to ruin my dreams ma totally and it was at that point where again i had that kind of. Burn out factor. I was looking for just to be my own person for one and also just a little bit more of flexibility and not the grind that i had been so accustomed to i ended up rather than going straight into real estate. I was a relocation consultant for a really wonderful boutique company here in l. a. started founded and still to this day operated all by women. It is just an incredible organization by the name of quest relocation group. And i just happened to reach out to them and the one of the co founders called me and said wow you are perfect for us because you just had such kind of multifaceted experience growing up. So you're not afraid to work with people if they're coming from let's say tokyo they're coming from paris or tulsa oklahoma. Whatever it may be you have that understanding of dealing with people from all walks of life gin and they welcomed me with open arms and it was just an incredible journey. I had with them. But i was still being pulled in a way. That is hard to describe but again partly my mother whispering in my ear. You know you really should get into real estate. And i did end up making that segue with the blessing of this wonderful relocation group who i still have an incredible relationship with. That's a wonderful journey when you start off the crest in real estate. How did you find your way to compass and house compass working for you does it. Does it fit in with your work ethic in your your story your core values one hundred and fifty percents in. It's interesting because i started my real estate career working on a different brokerage at berkshire hathaway which i loved. I was very happy there..

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"kerr" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"kerr" Discussed on Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

"I dare you. And that's attitude starts to go and we have to think about science houses in terms of like just say no. Just say no. Just keep just keep looking a little further. So i can get you eventually. Maybe you'll say yes well. And it's interesting to just thinking about that front door key thing like the quick perceptions that people make of worked with some clients basically trying to convince them that every house we see is not falling down or incomplete disrepair behind the shiny veneer. That sort of what they bring is this general suspicion that everything is wrong and i think it could start from a creaky front door or a front door. That wouldn't open. That does definitely sets a tone. For what what you're gonna find we start. In real estate transaction we start from a place of mistrust and it is only during time enduring the transaction that we start to build trust alleviate mistrust. It's why spade and archer why we don't use fake plants for blow mattress because those are lives. Those are lies and your plant. No it's not. it's plastic. This is a bad no. It's not that's air and so we are constantly trying to remove those mistrust issues away from those categories because if you're starting off looking at the house and the first thing the seller is doing is lying to you and is not a great place to start off relationship with them some of your trying to negotiate with and make it through a thirty or sixty day closing period where you have to trust each other. A lot of people get really pissed off at us that we don't use fake plants and they just think that we're being snobs which is true. I'm totally snob. But it's because of the mistrust issue. Yeah.

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