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"king  kaufman" Discussed on It's All Political

It's All Political

02:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"king kaufman" Discussed on It's All Political

"I know jared huffman doesn't have one that's that would be his district without here in this rain brin for awhile Do you have or if not him. Do you have a favorite west coast. Well i will say that will park. Actually interestingly enough combines rice spent a lot of time in new york was born in harlem right right. Didn't spent time in the california. He all spent time in baltimore. Of course pelosi connection plus and then northern california in and around oakland right right kelly and then of course with death row records In southern california so he brings a lot of things together. I do very political in his early career. That is correct You know one of my favorite to pop songs. <hes> is <hes> against lots in He He has a phrase in that where he talking about some things that related to when he was in a tough spot in new york And he would he would use the phrase. The realist ish. I have a wrote and I've just thought about that phraseology. A lot during the trump years because we've been compelled to engage in real talk because the stakes have been so high and we can't sugar coat. The situation that we confront to park never did And <hes> and against all lines. We were able to win back the house and now have this triangular alignment of values between the house. The senate and the presidency and and we'll continue to get things done for the people. Okay cards manhattan jeffrey. Thank you for being. Thank you for rechristening. The podcast here at the chronicle. And thank you for being on thank you. It was just so great to be back at the chronicle building today in a renovated. Newsroom to record this podcast of very pumped to be back for the first time in a year and a half. I'd like to thank everyone listening and hope that you and your families are safe and healthy. I'd like to thank congressman jeffries for being on the podcast today. I'd like to thank the king webby award winning producer king kaufman for producing today's episode. And of course we always throw out some love for our fabulous theme music. That song you're listening to is called cattle call and it was written by randy clark and performed by randy clark and crow song. And remember the matter of your fan of biggie. For fanta to pock. It's all political.

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"king  kaufman" Discussed on A's Plus

A's Plus

08:00 min | Last month

"king kaufman" Discussed on A's Plus

"You look for. And he's like. I mean i've always always said on heater adjusted. I'll speed because that is the max of the jong board. I mean you're geared up for ninety eight and he throws eighty eight. You're going to be ready for the but if you're up eighty eight and he does ninety eight. You're not gonna touch it so I feel like just having that approach keeping it simple hitting the positive top part of the baseball and you know that's pretty much it. I mean i i feel like just being able to keep things simple as been the be the best thing for me. Does it make more sense to do that now. Even just because of the way that philosophy plays right now individually just because you see like everybody throws mid gosh. Yeah i think the. I think the biggest jump Yeah just being able to handle the lost city. But i mean i think everybody can kind of go and look at the data of what hitters had to go through with the sticky stuff and you know you see people spin rates falling jozef to understand that when you're hitting these heaters are spin rate of almost three thousand. It's like it almost looked like if the ball was coming out at his shoelaces ending up at your chest like the perceived velocity and the perceived Expansion is just ridiculous so now to see what. The numbers have been In dealing with all that stuff now. I feel like now you're seeing the home runs. Now you're seeing like okay. We're these aren't as bad as we thought they were. You know it's it's I feel like it's finally getting back to that true That your baseball. You know people are getting checked and yeah. I think it's good for the game. I mean we that seemed like such. It was such a big story for like the kind of few weeks leading up to it and there was just kind of swarming and it went away a little bit. Yeah but has there been a lasting effect from the hitter's perspective. Yeah i mean if you. I mean go look at everyone's numbers this year like when these pitchers had these sticky stuff. It was making like pitchers that you know maybe have like a five or six year ago started. Uc's he's got two or three you know and so You know. I'm sure you guys saw the articles about spinner rate and all that stuff and the decrease into the klein. And it's like you know that's why there's a hi pow bora because you're when you're hitting in. The guy has all sticky stuff. And he's going to heater and it looks like it's one place in you look down in. It's not it's you know pretty much you you have to swing over fastballs and it was like what like but that's in you know to survive that era of just the sticky stuff like you got to think about. The hitter. couldn't survive that time to make that adjustment of all right. a guy has a spin. Peter of twenty eight hundred. My aiming point has to be here on a heater rather than here. And you know auspey pitches where even better right like you guys are seeing this stuff so yeah i just feel like i feel like i'm happy that it's it's getting policed. I actually the the way that you described. I remember. I specifically remember match. One of the early season zunes because we were still on zoom with the players describing it that way where he had to learn to swing above where he thought he was going to be which that was really eye opening thing. But i don't know how long that have been going on like. How long had you had to hit like. Well i remember back in twenty eighteen learning about it and learning about spin ray heaters. Because you know you get that one fastball. You don't wanna miss it right. So that's why you see so many guys clip foul balls that behind him or back that way and it's because you know as both coming in with the revolutions were able to do is just like it was able to pretty much rise up a little more than what you thought it was and obviously we're trying to hit a round ball round bat. You know it's hard to do so Yeah i think it was back in. Two thousand eighteen is. When i kind of i heard about it. And then that's when i started paying attention to hitters or pitchers rpm so all all our scouting reports whenever. We're going up to the plate. There's a spot that says fastball. what is spin. Aarp usually like guys two thousand like okay. That's a that's a pretty standard teeter. But it's like twenty three twenty four. Okay that means you have to kind of make sure you really concentrate on staying on top of the ball even more because you stay on top of the ball even more. That's what kind of gives us. We have the direction that you want. The other thing that stood out At least in the first half was Seemed like you were being more selective. Generally what led into that. And is that something. You're going to carry for just intensively being more selective. Yeah when i was coming out we have the city sitting coach name Darryl robinson and one of his things was we all want like he always treats be selectively aggressive. And you know it's funny how you write things down in a journal and it comes back to you and those are the things that you kind of build your approach around. Speaking selectively aggressive is something that always rings in the back of my head. Is you know. Obviously you want to get a good fish but you wanna be aggressive. Because that's the that's the swing that's gonna you get to do damage on and Yeah i think it's just an approach. I've just been super simple this year. I don't have a. i don't have a big sling. It's very compact. it's very short. It's very boring as you know what. I mean it's You know i get up there. And that's my stance on my low too simple but you know i feel like i've been able to stay around the big leagues for as long as i've had is because Just know who i am. And i i'd like i said we talked about trying to finish at exit velocity again. I hit home runs but also struck out at like twenty percent clip. And i was like all right. That's not what i am so I at the end of the day. I can say i try. So was this an important year for you. Just kinda like get more comfortable with yours. A hitter mirrors player. Yeah and obviously super blessed as gave me some volume to work with and to be able to mix in with some of these guys. And i feel like this year having the year i am. I mean you have to manifest all this stuff and put out in the universe and say every year is a big year. Every year is going to be a good year. I feel like that's kind of what happened. And you know. I wouldn't mind being a for a couple more years. Nothing li- last thing to ask you about being that we're in kansas city. Right now The the negro leagues museum is here and understand. You guys went and visited a couple of days ago. A couple of guys from the team was that for some that you've been in. What were your sort of impressions. The yeah that was the first time i've been And my impressions was you know. I know that how what those guys went through to be able to play the game that i love today as they went through a lot. And you know i. I went with chris. Davis mark cana We also we also went with josh harrison. So's tour guide was unbelievable. He you know the whole place was shut down a private tour and Yeah you gotta go. Were there things that you learn or saw there that that even resonated still today or you say it. It was still familiar. I guess yeah. I mean just the the amount of money that they have you know spending one dollar a day two dollars a day and getting on hank aaron getting on a train. 'em cross hitting his opposite hands hitting and all the stories and i feel like i just learned this. I think it was just being able to see visually. I'm a visual. Learn just to see visually as it was eye opening You know and like. I said you gotta definitely pay respects those guys. Because i wouldn't be here without warning. Kansas city next time together. We'll tony thank you so much for taking out the time and for joining us really appreciate it. Thanks again to tony camp for joining us today. On as plus our producers today were g allen johnson and king kaufman. We'll be back with more soon on as plus thanks for listening..

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"king  kaufman" Discussed on Giants Splash

Giants Splash

02:23 min | Last month

"king kaufman" Discussed on Giants Splash

"I think i might see some slider shearson dern it well we colorado probably would have been but yeah we're rooting for you on that Just real quick. What are your thoughts on. This team says as we are talking here at wrigley field. You guys have ninety-one wins. Obviously a lot of people did not pick you as a ninety plus when team what are. What are your thoughts on what you guys have been able to do today. <hes> got a special group Not a special. It's it's not only especially on the field. But it's a special group in the clubhouse to you know i feel like i talked about this whole time. How how many so many guys helped me. but it's not just. The pitching coach is the better pitcher position players to buster kirk. No i talked to call time longo. It's amazing group and you know it's funny. I think i don't know who said this the other day but it's so true like a lot of people didn't think it but in the beginning of spring training we all looked in our locker like this team is really really good and we can do something special with. I think we took a little pride in that. Like of wanted to show everybody that we're pretty good team and You know luckily we've been able to to play really well and we're going to keep it going I'm super excited for this. Last part of the season this little stretch and then going into the playoffs. My last question is a very important one How often do you get told that. You look like jesse plemmons from friday night. Lives too many times too many times. It's all right. How did you watch that show you. Are you a fan. I know who he is I didn't watch the show but I know who exactly they're talking about. Did you play football in high school. In rockland i did i did i did. I didn't let him watch. I seem like the first season. But i'm really bad at tv shows. I'll watch it season. And i end up like getting Distracted watching different episode of something else. And then i watched that first season. I'm really bad at that go. Hey it's great and be. He is your absolute twin. Thanks for joining us. Giant splash lega webb. Thank you very much. Thanks again to logan web for joining us on the giants. Splash podcast our producers. Today where king. Kaufman and g allen johnson. We will be back again next week. More giant splash.

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"king  kaufman" Discussed on It's All Political

It's All Political

01:43 min | Last month

"king kaufman" Discussed on It's All Political

"Your own rules. Don't apply to you. And more that included a third of democrats and more than half of independence in addition to a vast majority of republicans. So what do you do at this point to win their trust back going forward in your career. It's you know this is something that has obviously changed the perception of you for the worse in the long run here we are nearly a year later and even still people still have that picture of you work every day and and i think there's a lot of evidence working hard every single day to do the job that i was elected to do i. I owned up to an incident occurred a year ago. And someone's fiftieth birthday. The restaurant that was open. And i showed up. There were too many people at the table. I should've gotten up and left. Period walked in with a mass walked out with a mass but for too many people to table and made a mistake. And i recognize that. A lot of folks. Don't even acknowledge mistakes. We did that. And so that's That's the work we've been doing since and and Morgan and we'll continue. I'd like to thank you all for listening and hope that you and your families are safe and healthy like to thank governor gavin newsom for being our guest today and like to thank alexi for interviewing him and thanks to the king webby award winning producer king kaufman for producing today's episode. And of course we always liked to throw some love out for our theme music. That song you're listening to is called cattle call and it was written by randy clark and performed by randy clark and crow song and remember no matter whether the governor is dining at the french laundry. Or pulling through the drive through at mcdonalds. It's all political..

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"king  kaufman" Discussed on Giants Splash

Giants Splash

01:58 min | Last month

"king kaufman" Discussed on Giants Splash

"This is the first regular season series since moving over to cover the giants. Yeah this the only thing that was one of the things that was great with seeing all the security and heinsohn's people especially on the people that we didn't see last year when was cova So that was actually really really wonderful. The only thing that was weird wasn't weird being on the field which i thought it might be. It was weird when the game started. And i realized i was covering the team that was hitting first and that for some reason that was the one where i was like. Whoa whoa wait. What's car that team that. That was a weird thing for me. But you're not covered the rangers for two years. So i've covered the the visiting team here before. So i guess obviously as a million years ago but shouldn't be that weird but i was i was it was. I thought it was going to be strange. Not sitting in my old seat. But i was delighted to get there and find that they had given my old seat to the late pedro gomez. There's a little spot there. For pedro and i loved that so somebody else's got my seat. I'm absolutely thrilled. That it's pedro matt. kawahara That was always wonderful to talk to you on our joint podcasts and we will talk again closely into the season and figure out where both of these teams are heading. That could be very exciting or hey we'll talk again in. Maybe an october before. Bay bridge serious. That's my plan. I have another bay bridge series. And then maybe they can give back that little weird trophy. Do if if there's a world series between the as the giants do they also have to give back the bay bridge the commissioner all right. Thanks everybody for listening. Thanks so much for listening to this. Combined edition of the giant splash as plus podcasts. Our producers today where king kaufman and g allen johnson and our music batter up with written and performed lauren. Gold henry east louis. We'll be back next week with more. Giants anees podcasts..

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"king  kaufman" Discussed on A's Plus

A's Plus

01:55 min | Last month

"king kaufman" Discussed on A's Plus

"Yeah this the only thing that was one of the things that was great with seen like all the security and heinsohn's people especially the people that we didn't see last year when there was cove it so that was actually really really wonderful. The only thing that was weird wasn't weird being on the field which i thought it might be. It was weird when the game started. And i realized i was covering the team that was hitting first and that for some reason. That was the one where it's like. Whoa whoa wait. What's oh cover that team that that was a weird thing for me being covered the rangers for two years. So i've covered the the visiting team here before. So i guess obviously a million years go but shouldn't be that weird but i was. I was it was. I thought it was going to be strange. Not sitting in my old seat. But i was delighted to get there and find that they had given my old seat to the late. Pedro gomez. there's a little spot there. For pedro and i love that so somebody else's got my seat. I'm absolutely thrilled. That it's pedro officer matt kawahara That was always wonderful to talk to you on our joint podcasts and we will talk again closely into the season and figure out where both of these teams are heading. That could be very exciting. Or hey. We'll talk again. And maybe an october before bainbridge serious. That's my plan. I have another bay bridge series. And then maybe they can give back that little weird trophy. Do if there's a world series between the as the giants do they also have to give back the bay bridge. The commissioner's trophy. Thanks everybody for listening. Thanks so much for listening to this. Combined edition of the giants splash as plus podcasts. Our producers today where king kaufman and g allen johnson and our music batter up was written and performed by lauren. Gold andrine east louis. We'll be back next week with more. Giants anees podcasts..

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"king  kaufman" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

08:34 min | 2 months ago

"king kaufman" Discussed on Around the NFL

"See at theme with yours as well. Greg call the past seasons. Some people have to do. Maybe a wikipedia search but they'll connect those dots that's fair the forty niners fans no. I feel like directed. I've got a cardinals one. But i will need ricky to to bring it up for us if she's there. Hey sailor if you're looking for a good time with a team that feels destined to go eighty one come on over big boy. That was cardinals in. Yeah okay just kind of selling you. What they are probably one of the most likely teams in the league to go eight eight and one for the first time in nfl history but it could be fun remember. Our intern was his name or her name. Kyle kyle. that's that's the slogan for the forty niners all right connor. You have a podcast record. Yeah got and you should listen to you. You're going gonna listen to it. You wanna listen to it right now or well when you're done you know what comes on mondays. I gotta pick thursday to come out on monday. Yeah well yeah. That's cutting edge. What happens if anything happens at all between now and then we do. We do add segments. We we've done that sunday's normally like our our wiggle room day. You know just you know. I'm going to give up. Listen for your for your seems like yeah okay. Well yes we're gonna listen. I are week of preseason ahead. if you're looking for you know slightly older content. Monday anyway check it out. The it is the cubic podcast. I believe it's called correct. That's it. Yeah and follow connor at connor or that's one end to ours on the last name one are on the first name just made it even more complicated to try to find him. You'll find him and one day he'll be the cover story for a super bowl gamer. I feel it connor. You're you're a hero. Well it was great to see you guys and thank you for having me on and let's let's all get together soon. Got the jab ready. Get the all right there. He goes cudmore. Barry goes a iconic connor or get him the key to the city my not. If you're still listening. I don't know if the man in power was involved That was involved with the initial gift. Giving is still in office but a lot of political upheavals have gone down since two thousand fifteen whenever that was hopefully the my not infrastructure is still in place because they thought he was an operative to. I don't think he was like the highest. I think he was a regular guy listening to the show. So i'm not sure what is deal was by the way like mine. Not north dakota has some of the grizzlies ties to the son of sam case that you will find anywhere which i believe. I've tried to get you guys texted you all this before. No one ever responds now netflix. I believe it's netflix. The prime has this son of sam's documentary in mine is featured hardcore and like episode three. So if you're a deep diver. Check it out all right if i do get. I don't want the key to that city up. What i saw when you wake up on a saturday and you see the three tiered sess ler tweet storm or tech storm from like one thirty in the morning and the night before about the son of sam because it's like the next like do you respond then. Why apologies for sharing my interest with. I told friends. I'll i'll step away from that. Please never stopped sending it. I don't always reply because whatever's going on on mark time wherever you are sometimes just does not connect with what's going on in other people's times so i don't i can't really interface but i also suspect you have me on mute and various never time so i've never had mute never as promised before we go. You heard chris in a little flashback to two thousand thirteen when he first by the way he didn't just hear chris actually heard a little snippet of the producer that stole stitcher. That was a real okay thousand. And it's great to hear his voice and ricky did a great job digging up the rest of what i believe is a early conversation about the famed bengals dossier so as opposed to playing out with our standard music out. I will say this heed the call and now we throw it to happen. The time machine one. We're all together and west was explaining to us his divorce from his boyhood team. Take it away mr wesley. Wesley and i couldn't help notice. You came into the office today with a big file of nineteen eighty seven paperwork something highlights and underlines and everything but this is wow there it is. That's the holy grail. That is exactly what west has been speaking of for weeks. He has an entire fight. How do you describe it again. Well it was illegal. File folder. When i used to work at a law firm. Yes i have one of the legal files but it's now in a hanging file. What is it exactly. This is my evidence for why i broke up with the bengals about fifteen years ago. It's marius articles and research about how they ran their operation at the time and why i felt the need after they left me at the altar to not go back to their loving arms. This is a this is wonderful madness. This is insane. He has highlighted articles from salon. Dot com places that remember king kaufman from salaambek. Don't even exist anymore. It's some weird iteration of espn. He has a nineteen ninety. Eight article from the enquirer entitled mike brown's contribution to the lunatic fringe bangles charging three dollars for tap water. That's the most bengals article like how you ever clearly this all these printed up on a netscape browser fifty six connection library computer lounge. I don't take sports loyalty lightly. And if you're going to break up with your team. I think you have to have a you have to make a case made case. Have they ever lured you back to potential fandom and then you've gone to visit this legal file for why not no didn't know. Where are you doing this at the time or then you decided okay. I'm going to break up. And then i went back and printed all these out. I would say half and half like some of these articles from ninety eight when i broke up with them and then maybe by two thousand and two they were having another re really historically awful season and i thought okay maybe have to remind myself of why i broke up with this and did you ever. Did you ever present your cases there someone that you do present such a case to well every once in a while they'll be some very shortsighted ignorant fan. Who will have this opinion. You can never break up with a team and you have. They think loyalty is only a one way street. The fan has to be loyal but the franchise doesn't and at that point. Maybe i can go get my research and show them why exactly this people forget because the bengals have had a few years how bad of an operation they were. It was the worst operation. I've seen in sports. I have one. That's accusing mike brown of breaking constitutional rights of freedom of speech. I have another ones. I forgot about where the bengals i guess. Lightly threatened to move to cleveland. Did you remember this at all. Some people forget about the all the things they did. How can the bengals threaten to move to another city with the team or the plant. And it's airing the hey look. I was hoping that go. I'm looking at something here. West scrawled in crayon that the bengals and brown were in the grassy knoll and dallas. Well you understand. Wesseling divorce from the bengals actually leaves more questions than answers. We can talk about this over beers we will and we will. I don't know how we get back on track. Because i want to dig through literally. I feel like we're not describing properly. There's probably what three hundred pieces of paper. Take a photo of this and send it out on our twitter account and you guys can take a look..

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"king  kaufman" Discussed on It's All Political

It's All Political

06:28 min | 2 months ago

"king kaufman" Discussed on It's All Political

"How many boats issue getting on a piece of legislation cheeses yourself as legislator and so i think that goes to the heart of who she is and you know. Her job is to be at a committee meeting or trying to convince somebody to vote a certain way. Not being on msnbc even though she'll go on msnbc when they ask her so that i think is is relevant. She really sees herself as a hard worker which she is and part and being a hard worker in congress trying to get stuff through and so you know that's kind of prefers tests and that's again so i became extremists. I became extra work. It's like i don't really know that jim wants to. So what was the other part of the question now. I what the other the other part of the question is is What did you learn about her that that that you know you. You've obviously read the book you've studied her. You've been hurt constituent all these years what. What was giving one thing that you learned about her. They didn't so you know. But i hadn't like reviewed a lot of footage. You know when her i do feel there is something you know critical essential. Whatever about the nine eleven story so one thing that gets to me is when she's talking on the floor of congress about why she is voting. No and her voices cracking. That's the first time. I've heard her voice. Crack gird on the verge of tears in the both in terms of making this film and in terms of all the footage. I've looked at for her. So it spoke to me about how deep those feelings of this is not the right time. You're putting too much pressure on us. Give us some time to absorb which has happened to us as a country. We're in grief. We need to process our grief before you make us you know give up rights to declare war etc. And i just. I was with her. You know every time. I see that statement on the floor of congress. It sort of takes me back to the whole story that i'm telling about that. Just by virtue of how upset her she is and how upset voices. So that's one thing. I learned I i'd say the other things. I've learned you know i mean the thing i just said about. You know i'm a black woman. In american life has been tough from the beginning. I'm not sure that that is something i went into. Making this film knowing how she saw the world And so at and that's helped me see her more. Clearly you know i mean. She believes that her birth story. In which your mother almost didn't make it through a safe. Delivery is critical to who she is and explains her racial and social justice orientation chief had to fight for a lot of things in her life and an has been successful in overcoming a lot of things and i think she was a teenage mother. You know i don't really understood what that means. Because today she's got these two fabulous fifty year old sons but my daughter's yet thirty so there's a difference in you know how old she was when she had them versus old. I was and It's not so much on my dad. What hard life. It's not that it's like what how she hits processed all the experiences that she's been through and how so many of them come back to you know i'm an african american woman in america and as she would say still we rise you know and so when she goes to the border to talk about family separation she's linking it to slavery and she's linking into the experience of her for mothers who were separated from their children. Because that's what happened during slavery so there's nothing kind of knew about this. It's just refrained. So i you know you like what did i understand better. I understand the journey better. I understand how she thinks about her own life better. I understand the role. Her mother played in her life better. Because it's like you. Don't you have ideas about this when you started film. But you don't you don't you haven't internalized it and you make a film that somebody. Over the course of several years. You begin to internalize their story and see. The various pieces of deer. Jigsaw puzzle fit together. And so that's you know that's what i learned is. How how do the pieces of her life fit together in a way that enable her to be such a strong advocate for so many different issues and for so many different people today and to actually have quite a degree of influence. That's why it's so important that we understand that the upcoming elections really matter because people barbara are in a position of authority right now and that will change if we don't keep the house and that that was an putting together. The pieces of the jigsaw puzzle was very helpful to to folks Who who've known her at a as a as a as a member of the house and and before that in the legislature and it really filled in some gaps. The film is called barbara lee. Speaking truth to power. It opens in theaters and online on august twentieth. Correct correct okay. Every alabama amazon and i tunes so we want people to why you can't go to actually going to be available in theaters in the bay area. So it'll be at the shattuck it'll be at the roxy and barbara will be doing. Qna on august twenty sixth after the six forty five show and it will be the best opole so the bay area. Is you know the theaters in the bay area screening which we're very grateful port. So that's great terrific Advocates thank you for being on. Its political and good luck with the film. Thank you so much for doing this. Story take care. I'd like to thank you all for listening and hope that you and your family are safe and healthy like to thank abbie ginsberg for being here today and reminder to check out our interview with congresswoman barbara lee on a previous episode of. It's all political. I'd like to thank the king webby award winning producer king kaufman for producing today's episode. And of course we always throw a shoutout fabulous theme music that song. You're listening to right now. Called cattle call and it was written by randy clark and performed by randy clark and crow song. And remember no matter if you don't like to talk about your personal life or post every meal you've ever eaten on instagram. It's all political..

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"king  kaufman" Discussed on Giants Splash

Giants Splash

05:57 min | 3 months ago

"king kaufman" Discussed on Giants Splash

"Was He actually has some thoughtful comments on the overall idea of his. His broader point was He he feels like maybe subconsciously. He had a little resentment. Because we're not all you know we're not doing this. We have an all been doing this. I've been in the league for thirteen fourteen years. And he said i've never used sticky stuff. He's relied on a slider. His whole career is like it. The widespread use of this sigi stuff devalue or makes less unique guys who can pitch the way that he does Or who have that. Like unique skill set and so i thought that was a really interesting point He decided to convey his frustration in a way that was made for viral moments and put it and it was interested. Yeah i mean at this point. Actually just today that they had their first Guy confiscated like down. Although i guess yeah i guess afterward. He said that it was rosin and they confiscated his glove. So rid assume that they'll be. Yeah although it's coming from mlb you know how transparent they'll be about that but but it'll be interesting to see if there are more of those Seems like the giants had been pretty uneventful uneventful. I did enjoy in the second game against the ace. Alex uncorked incredible. While pitch at one point like way over caselli head run scores and they decide after that any to give him a check and you kind of see them laughing like he didn't say anything about this later but he was like kind of laughing like did you see that wild pitch like come on. Obviously i was not using anything at all. Because i had no grip He actually say it was a slight step kind of thing where he missed. Misfired but Yeah it's it's been very uneventful When the giants were in anaheim which is the first time they had checks Shohei ohtani actually had a lot of fun with it like he kind of gave the on fires a little bit of a nod and a big smile and patted him on the butt. Yeah yeah he was he was really Like kind of onboard. And i think most guys are They've made it fairly unobtrusive very quick. A lot of people said. Why can't they do it in the runway. Well it just takes so much time you know. If you get the whole umpiring crew off the field and the player you know they gotta do these three or four times. A game in a month If you've got a couple of relievers coming in so doing it on the field seems fine. I wish there was a better way. The best way. I think is to use attack your ball Or find a substance. That's better than rawson that they somehow can. Maybe ascertain does not actually impact the movement of the ball to any sort of degree that. That's a real problem and used that. That's those are the only two options that i think gets us away from that so that they need to do that for next year. I mean talking to the you know the handful of as talks about that. The ball is this seems to be the most logical Solution because a couple of guys pointed to the ball. The in in the japanese league jake diekman said. He threw bullpen last year. A couple years ago where somebody who's just like. Hey this japanese. He said it was great. Yeah it's also slightly smaller. So i think that makes a difference but gossip and say never you know the the the as have to japan so so many times so they've used some of the japanese balls stirring some the exhibition games and they all say like. Oh my gosh this. This ball is so much the as actually. Don't use it at twenty. Japanese pitchers use it. Use the japanese ball as pitcher see would use the major league ball but you know they play around with them and stuff in were like. Oh this is so much better you know. It is slightly smaller which. I don't know how that affects anything but they all said that the grip better group Yeah because it does have that kind of attack your feel think. The seams are a little bit. I remember blake china and really the after he had tremendous year in that he had kind of a bad year he talked about the seems being different than next year. And that's when they were really focused on d. Juicing the ball and all of that that seems the ball has been much more slick. And there's been something with the seems save decided to dj said so. I would think with all of the money and resources. Mlb has at the ball would not continually be such a problem. It's pretty much. The basic thing for the sport is the ball. Maybe we could figure out a ball over that doesn't you don't give up too. Many home runs but also you don't have the pitchers dominating everything so somewhere in between with a good standard ball where nobody has a cheap. Yeah let's do that good idea. Yeah well matt kawahara another. Unicef salt baseball. Let's talk again. An august when these two teams face off again and then. Hey maybe again in october if they meet up again then which yeah. I mean. it's been a long time since nineteen eighty nine. So i think that would be fun. Yeah standings are pretty pretty good right now. Let's see what that's a plan. Thanks for joining me. On giant splash in i guess. Can i think myself for joining you. On as plus i've missed as blessed so And thanks all. If for listening to our combo podcast. Thanks again to listening. To our combined giant splash and as plus podcasts. You can follow matt kawahara at at mackey kawahara on twitter our producers today were g ellen. Johnson and king kaufman and our music batter up was written and performed by lauren. Gold and ray east lewis will be again next week with more giant splash and more as plus podcasts. Thanks again for listening..

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"king  kaufman" Discussed on It's All Political

It's All Political

02:43 min | 4 months ago

"king kaufman" Discussed on It's All Political

"You know. Barack obama black people loved rock obama but they were kinda side. I in him until be one iowa and like oh wait a minute. Maybe he can win and they were jumping ship from the clinton camp. Maybe he can win. And i think that's all oppression is wanting to be with a winning team and not actually believing that the person that reflects your own experiences can win as an acknowledgement of the fact that we have racism in this country And so it all goes back to that so what we do. Is we endorse early. So this summer will roll out quite a few women. We will surround them with as much support raising support. Organizing sport messaging support. We will be there team and we will build power around them and then we've got a fight within our own party. Which is my favorite job. Love that job. Speaking truth to power is my love language joe. I'd love to our own party and saying you need to better. You need to support these women with stacey. Abrams ran for governor. She was challenged by her own party. With a woman named stacey evans a white woman named stacey evans was supported by the party against a c and clearly stacey ever won that race overwhelmingly and then they everybody jumped on the bandwagon when she got into our general. What we're saying to our own party is trust. Black women support black women early. And we do that. We're gonna be great. You're starting to see that happen without demings. Feeling good about that. I think part of that is because she's kind of a democratic establishment queen and everybody loves her. We need to do that all the time. We need to believe in black women and we need to support them so we can do that early if we can raise more money. Raised more people or harder weakened win these races because what we know. Is that black women. When they are in leadership they reflect everybody they really do lift up all communities. And i think that's the part of other ism as part of being discriminated against and so we can we can build that and we just gotta fight against our own our own party ourselves to really start to believe that black women can win and give them all the support. They need all right. You bet thank you so much for being on its political. We'll have to talk down the road we get into these races a little bit more and see where we're at plus do and happy to do and thanks so much for having me. I'd like to thank you all for listening and hope that you and your families are safe and healthy. I'd like to thank you for joining us today. I'd like to thank the king. Webby award winning producer king kaufman for editing. Today's episode up to the theme music. You're hearing that. Song is called cattle call. And it's written by randy clark and performed by randy clark and crow song and remember no matter whether you're frustrated with washington or think things there are just peachy it's all political..

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"king  kaufman" Discussed on Giants Splash

Giants Splash

02:43 min | 4 months ago

"king kaufman" Discussed on Giants Splash

"I'm proud of the work. It's been tastic now. i can't let you go before. We talk about the fact that there is a local team. In the college world series ends a stanford grad. I definitely wanna that up. But i'm sure you guys all You know pay close attention to the college world series to What's the interest level. And and how do you see that. College world series especially with stanford in it levels like super hyrax. The drafts after the world series. In the past it's kind of been just a or to your guiding may have selected to make sure they walk out of healthy but now they're now that it's taking place prior to the draft. I think our interest levels at all time high continued to follow the laws. These guys but listen. Coach has a great job there. They're a team. It's really kinda stanford team. That's really it really kind of had a nice trajectory as the season's gone along. They have some really stellar pitching performances. Tear down the stretch from their weekend guys. Some time getting i think he's got advice from extras. Some some veteran players some experience on their belt and he's got a couple young guys out there on the field with some exciting tools that perform really rose Also so you know it's it's funny number one seed arkansas. They lost the nc state. They were the heavily having favored going in. So it just goes to tell you know you get three game series. Just never know what will happen but I think i think for the casual fan. Who turns on tv and watches the world series a lot. You're gonna see a lot of competitive baseball and you're gonna see really good arms. You can see a lot of no different than what they're seeing that the major league level I think it's gonna be really fun. It'll be really fun to watch for because the talent level in that world series is definitely. That's fantastic do you send somebody or because you know so. All televised do not need to have a presence there. But we also monitor. that's great. Well michael holmes. Thanks so much for joining us. Here on giant splash and very very. Good luck to you on july eleventh when the draft starts. We're looking forward to talking to you shortly. After that about all the exciting picks that the giants have made our thanks again to michael holmes for joining us on the giant slash. Podcast our producers today for g ellen johnson king kaufman and our music batter up was written and performed by lauren. Gold and rate ace luis. We will be back again next week. With more giant splash. Thanks so much for listening..

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"king  kaufman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:20 min | 4 months ago

"king kaufman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Meditation. It's day player on 7 20 w We're talking to rock and roll legend Joan Jett and songwriter and producer Kenny Laguna. Can you tell me how you and John got together? I used to be in Republican bands like Tommy Jimson sandals, lead shuttle and Republican. Um and, uh um We kind of this whole group of people that had so many hit records, like Should the sugar yummy, yummy. Truly anything like that. Mony Mony? Um so That ended quickly because we were trying to be Something else. A little cooler. We were am radio hitch and at the time then the whole world of FM where Crosby, Stills and Nash in the Who, and you know, so anyway, I at the end of it, I luckily got adopted by the home and they had a band I produced for them called the Steve given strain that it hits in Europe. And the publicists, the American publicist. Was the manager of Runaways and Blondie and he kept telling me I should meet these girls Great, and I was intrigued because I just heard that they were wild and it was more trade with that, and I was with the concept of it. Then the music was My style of producing before I met. John was more like, you know, we came in and figured out what you're going to sound like and create a sound and get a song and just kind of half Craft things. You know, it's like, Look, mill, even though it was no surprise to me because we did that every day all day and then Anyway, we had this Manager and the last album was about to happen. So he told me I could go to Amsterdam from London, where I was and meet with the girls. And if they like me, I could produce the record and I was interested. So I was in the Mayfair Hotel. And when you get down to the lobby, checking out, I mean, if this guy Matthew King Kaufman, who say, uh, he was had been directly records, one of the new wave pioneers. And what do you do Want to say I'm going to go meet with this band? The runaways and he goes out they lost their best person. Don't you come with me to California and you can produce Greg can an earthquake and Jonathan Richmond and to tell you the church was went to find, and I had the job, So I go to the airport with an Olympic, California and I didn't meet the runaways then and in the middle of the album, Things were falling apart because leader Ford and Jack and Sandy West We're attaching themselves to producer John Alcock, and they wanted to be Heavy metal band, and Joan was more like You know, totally enamored with the punk scene and the glam scene, So it was falling apart and he asked me to come in and finish the album and again. I didn't and then by the end of the year, the runaways had broken up. And I got a call from the voluntary May miss results Scooter store manager today and and he said, So long as you're broken up, they've all left to remember. I didn't No one from the knowledge but they've all left except Joan Jett. And she's going to fulfil a contract we have with the movie coming. It's going to sue us if we don't deliver six songs in eight days, and because I had learned the craft of songwriting, I was a good choice to try to create songs quickly. You know, And so, um, but again, I wasn't going to go into my wife, Meryl, who then became the manager with meat. You, she said. I've been reading about Joan Jett. I think she's going to be a significant person and you've got to meet her. So I went from England straight to California. And we met in the first I looked at it. She was like so different and she was in great shape them because she should have any money, and her clothes were kind of like What you look like when you don't have a lot of money. My band had broken up those drinking. I wasn't taking care of myself. Go on. I was going to leave the bloated out. But you know, that's what it was. Yeah. So But she walked in the room and it was like her presence was awesome. You know, she she had a motorcycle jacket, You know, and it was just It's very uncommon. And then we went in the studio. We created these songs and some of them like you don't know what you got made the bad reputation album awesome stuff with great energy. And she started singing in which would Oh, baby, And she did that and reminded me of the great Darlene Love who I worked with then. There's something about how the ability to let it all hang out, but still be cool. You know, You don't look like a jerk, You know, because some people let it all hang out. And they look like jerks just over But she had that cool thing going on, like rock and roll is really that way. We, you know, and she wasn't restricted by trying to be dainty like a girl's supposed to be. Yeah, the singing groups you know, and So I was really impressed with that. And then I said, Listen, you all over W guitar later. I'll take these session, guys and we'll we'll create tracking, she says to me to No. Then there ain't going to be a record. I'm going to play on the track. And And shows we went into the studio is like what are you crazy? I'm your only hope. Because I'd rather just be a bombed and give up my Uh huh. My independence is an artist. So I was like, Whoa, this is really some and we became very tight.

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"king  kaufman" Discussed on Giants Splash

Giants Splash

03:24 min | 4 months ago

"king kaufman" Discussed on Giants Splash

"We're getting rid of a lot of big contracts and shedding contracts. No matter what this is something. Potentially that's doable and that the team might at at least is out very open to doing. Yeah again it's very early. These guys sure gonna wanna look at their options You know a lot of it for us really depends on on how the rest of the season goes. I mean you know we talk about if it ain't broke. Don't fix it so you know if we can continue playing well. Then i think there's a much greater impetus to kinda just keeping the group together rather than looking for ways to upgrade but Again i i think we're we're open to everything. I think we've shown that this is not sort of a typical situation of a team in transition or looking to rebuild where we're kind of trying to continue to compete while creating a more sustainable future for ourselves and so a you know a lot of things go into balancing those two. We can't leave any options off the table and before that you have to talk very quickly about the upcoming draft Obviously a later it's shorter draft with just the twenty rounds and it's unusual because obviously so many of the players high school and college didn't get to play full seasons last year had shortened seasons this year. How how tricky is it. What's the talent level and could potentially be a lot more college players based based on some of the You know just the fact that some of the high school kids just haven't played very much. It feels really back to normal compared to last year. That was a really strange draft situation. Because you had very very limited Looks at guys and You know lot of it. A lot of the conversations last year the draft room wand up really being about overall philosophy and kinda history with players rather than what they did that season. You the study pitchers in the two thousand twenty draft. A lot of them made like four starts before getting shut down so this has been a little bit more like a typical draft in terms of getting multiple. Looks at guys are scouts. Like all teams. Scouts have been out there seeing players from a front office. Dan point i actually have gone out at all which is sort of a been a change from last couple of years and a big change from my days with the as west david levy go around and actually see a lot of players but So that that may be an interesting dynamic that we see this year. I think front office people not You know not all front people but many front office people myself included have spent less time traveling to see you glares for the draft to see you know first round pick candidates and That mainly to a little bit of a different dynamic at the top you know maybe less of a front office influence because we've seen fewer guys interesting. Well it's always a fun time of year and best of luck with that. Far hants eighty. Thank you so much for joining us. Here on giant splash will make sure to get you on again later in the season to to talk about some of those draft picks and also. Maybe how how you're looking at the contract stuff at that point. Thanks again for joining us lawsuit. Thanks again to farhan zaidi for joining us on giant splash our producers. Today were king kaufman. And g allen johnson and music batter up was written and performed by lauren. Gold and ray. East louis we will be back again with more giant splash next week. Thanks for listening..

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"king  kaufman" Discussed on Giants Splash

Giants Splash

04:33 min | 4 months ago

"king kaufman" Discussed on Giants Splash

"A great job less of are of course the most important question i have to ask you. Mike is mustache. May i am t on june first. Do you have your mustache right now. I do not i. I was very clear from the beginning. it is strictly for. May i understand. People were getting very into it but You can't you can't use something like that. You know you gotta you gotta treat it right and when it's used for a purpose visit for purpose and then we move on and say well. It was our good luck charm moves. This is that you know we're we're never going to take anything away from our players. It was all our players you know. Maybe maybe we had some fun with it and you know there may have been certain times. We rallied around it but You know it always goes back to the players and all these guys fled so all during may i know we were for eighteen in ten in may and everyone says it was. It was scheduled route around the mustaches. We just we rallied around our players. Everybody did a great job lying so There's no reason to think that it's going to go on the other wife. Yeah and you. you can't abuse it right. You can't keep it going too long because then you know what happens next. May you've used it all up right exactly we we gotta save some for other mid there is now. I don't know if you feel comfortable weighing in on things like this because again very important stuff but who had the best mustache and who had the worst I think dustin lind one of our hitting coaches at the best mustache. She had full handlebars You know he's typically indicate so you guys may not have seen that one but that was phenomenal worst mustache. I mean in terms of performance wise. There's definitely movies but he was not in place for effort. You know the era gave everything he had. And i was. I was proud of his effort. His performance see elected all on field. That's for sure his stuff somehow looked like he was. You know fifteen years old which is amazing. I honestly i thought longoria way just did not suit him at all with just so weird so weird Insular started until we started dating all of the homers and then it was like whoa maybe Very well point. I'm yet lamont. Lamont rate he had a big mustache. Yeah and somebody that. I it was somebody that i didn't expect to dive in headfirst right away and he came in hot and it was right. I love burgers second of it. Excellent so do you. Do you try to figure out something now for june or do you just go like we just go. We just do our thing now for the rest of the way we do our thing if somebody if somebody comes up with something greater if not just things rolling and keep having fun that's the most important thing is for having five who stop having fun then. We have to find something to make sure that we are having fun because all good things happened with fun. So that's kind of. That's where i'm thinking we'll stand having fun and if a singer on yeah. I'm i'm starting to suspect. Your team just has fun no matter what so i wouldn't. I'm not too worried about that And i it seems like every like the rest league is probably getting noticed that you guys are a good team and you know you're not going to be taken lightly or taken for granted. Is that you guys know that. Probably for the rest of the way at is. I guess that's a good thing because it means you're playing well but I don't think anybody's gonna be taking lightly. I'm not so sure that anyone gets taken lightly at this level though you know everybody. S such counties. There's there's unbelievable players on every single team in the big leagues and this is the level of the game. So i think that's kind of the mentality always no matter what so. I don't worry about it. Well mike yastrzemski. Thanks so much for joining us. Here on giants flash. I'm sure we will be trying to talk to you again. Sometime before the end of the season And and maybe you'll have something else Different weird to talk about the points are susan. Thanks for having me. Thanks again to mike. Yastrzemski for joining us on giants splash producers. Today we're king kaufman n. g. l. johnson and our music batter up was written and performed by lauren. Golden ray east louis. We will be back again next week. With more giant splash. Thanks for listening..

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"king  kaufman" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court

Warriors Off-Court

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"king kaufman" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court

"Welcome to the fourteenth episode of season. Two of warriors off court. The San Francisco Chronicle's MBA podcast. I'm your host warriors beat Radyr Connor Laterna. And today, I'm joined by sports calmest. Bruce Jenkins to do an all-star game mock draft on Tuesday afternoon after a rare sporting green staff meeting, Bruce I've ventured down to the bows of the chronicle newsroom to make our picks. I am king Kaufman. And I want to give you a heads up about the near future. When we're going to be talking about the past and shoes your century. Not your century is a new podcast from the San Francisco Chronicle where we'll celebrate the news and the newspapers of days gone by subscribed to not your century from the San Francisco Chronicle wherever you get your podcasts. Bruce. I appreciate you. Joining me or should I call you Brian? Today's a fun day where we're kind of switching up the pot a little bit. Obviously, I'm wears off court. I usually sit down with a player coach we kind of discussed the state of the team. But this week we thought it'd be fun to do something a little bit different, Bruce. You did this last year with with my old boss janey, Hugh, and Scott Osler? We thought we'd bring it back or doing a mock draft of the all star game draft, and this is a little bit more realistic this year because we're actually going to see the draft last year. There was a bunch of hullabaloo over the fact that no one actually got to got to see the draft and people wanted to actually see it. So it will be on TNT this Thursday. So I know I'll be trying to tune into that, I'm guessing you will too. And I wanna see how accurate we are. So we figured that to keep with his accuracy point that we wanted to. To to delineate it. So that you were LeBron because you're of Wiley vet, and I am Jaanus. I still have trouble saying that. Janas onto the Kupa of the bucks because I guess I'm kinda the young hopefully up and coming guy at the chronicle, and we just did a we just did a coin flip and I want. So do you have any thoughts before we get into this just about the draft in the format of it? Well, I think it's great that they're televising it why there was so much secrecy last year. There was way too much paranoia. I think next year they gotta go a step farther and have it on court on the day of the game. Everybody's out there. Standing around the two captains they're just like on the playground. I got you. You'd pick the next guy might get a little embarrassing for that last guy. But too bad. They're all stars. And it's all in good fun. But anyway, the way they're doing it is fun, and we'll try to reenact that here. Yeah. And you know, the big debate over that is, oh, well, what does that last guy? I don't feel bad for that. Last guy in the game. It's like the ngelo Russell. You know, you're you're still making millions of dollars. You're still in the NBA. No one's gonna feel had free case. He's lucky to even be there as a substitute for deep. I was honestly shocked that he was slag yet. I mean, you look at the five biggest snubs, and I don't even think he was on that. No. I didn't have. Yeah. So the way this is going to go we're going to do it the way they're going to do it on Thursday. We're gonna take turns. And then we're going to start with the starters, which pool of eight guys because I was and I represent two of the ten and then we're gonna hit the reserves. And then we also have the special roster additions in Dirk Nowitzki, and Dwayne Wade a cool thing the leak did giving them invites to kind of commemorate what many believe will be their last season's. It's definitely Dwayne Wade's were not one hundred percent sure about Dirk. But I'm guessing it's probably his last. He might wanna come back. Now, they have porzingas coming in with Don-Shik. So the whole European thing. Yeah. But for for the purposes of of the draft that they're under the belief that lasts, right? So I guess I'm going I, and you know, I should say I'm doing this based off my personal preference is trying to be honest. I'm not trying to think like you honest. I'm doing it based off what I would do if I was honest, and he's already said he's going to take Steph number one if he can. And honestly, I agree with him. I think that's great move. So I'm gonna take Steph curry with my number one big. Okay. And we're we'll we'll explain a little bit just to kind of get into. I think you gotta take Steph because the guy was the one of the two team captains last year. He's the greatest shooter in MBA history. I think you pair him along Agawam. She's the best slasher the league. That's a great combo.

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"king  kaufman" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court

Warriors Off-Court

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"king kaufman" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court

"Welcome to the thirteenth episode of season. Two warriors off court the San Francisco Chronicle's in BA cast. I'm your host warriors beat Radyr Connor Laterna and today joined by two time MVP Steph curry one of his more absurd stats this season. Thirteen of twenty six shots from thirty to thirty four feet from the basket I caught up with Steph after practice Wednesday about his revolutionary shooting range and his relationship with Kevin Durant. Both on and off the court and later sports columnist got us ler. Stick with us. We'll be right back after the break. I am king Kaufman. And I want to give you a heads up about the near future. When we're going to be talking about the past shoes your century. Not your century is a new podcast from the San Francisco Chronicle where we'll celebrate the news and the newspapers of days gone by subscribe to not your century from the San Francisco Chronicle wherever you get your podcasts. Seven curry might not win another MVP this season. But he's been playing an MVP level. We got up Wednesday afternoon after practice when did you really start back? Never intentional trial. I here fractious threes. Progressive. Thomas been Jim, I got Lee type stuff. Stumbled upon it. Yeah. One of my day. Keep your rhythm from that far in the game in this kind of comes up naturally. Most of those. Got better shooting dribbling this. Yeah. Addictions. Nixon's. Mechanic, say the same. Feel wherever you wanna take off sheet. Shoot other dribble. Having been told him ball control, your balance momentum. Third year. The lockout. You you some deep threes in college and stuff, right? I mean it will. But it wasn't as something you practice actively until you're evenly. But my junior college when I play the dominant between guys I got on. Never like. Remember like really stretch. Outside NBA three. Round shoot. It'd be kind of like. The visual of it. Yeah. Yeah. On. Rain is college got seed line. Yeah. Like the rains this progressive. Trying to do you think of four point line is I've it's been conversations that. That you made it. Chain so much guys. Obviously do benefit me. Chat us. On that line. Seems like chain. Spacing. Not even position. Kind of heard myself say, yeah. My leg. The threat. On the game. You obviously guy who who's game SIS on rhythm to can you kind of feel when when you when you're when you hit that thirty footer is like. You know what I mean? Like it. Can you feel that zone coming on? Yeah. Probably. Five percent of the game. Becoming. Read them with. Good. Shot shot. Tell you. Dollar's second shock hours. But I got tracks. It seems like you engaged in as good of a rhythm with each other. As you've been how how do you feel like your relationship with Katie is developed not just on the core off the court past couple years like how you've got to know each other away from the court. This

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"king  kaufman" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court

Warriors Off-Court

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"king kaufman" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court

"Year. Well, I mean because I've seen how erotic they've played a lot this first half of the season. But at the same time, it does feel like a little bit of a different. Switch gear shift right now with him with boogie coming. And I mean, I know that it's I don't know why this is like a new thing. Everyone's saying do take the warriors take the field. And a lot of people are taking the field. I would still take the warriors. I just think there's too much talent. I think they're driven. I think they know how to perform when it counts, which is one of the reasons I thought the Christmas day game was so weird because it's very rare that we've seen them fall apart like that in a in a big national game. But but it still was Chris it was it was a regular season game. So I think that I think we're gonna see. Yeah. I think at the end they're going to be the the champions again. It's hard to imagine. If even if a lot of things went wrong, I mean when they didn't win the title against the Cavs a couple years ago, everything had to go rock, and I feel like if if they didn't win the title again this year, it would it would have to be like that even to another level where like just a cavalcade of injuries and everything Marcus getting suspended. Yeah. It would have to be a situation like that. I don't I don't see that happening. But you never know with injuries. I mean, that's the thing. Like, yeah. But but if but if they stay the path, I do think that they're the prohibitive favorite. And I really appreciate you. Joining me, it's great avenue down here. That was in Killian one of the chronicle. Sports columnists. I want to thank and for coming on. Thanks, also to king Kaufman for editing this episode and thank you. For listening court is part of the San Francisco Chronicle podcast network otter Cooper's editor and chief. If you like this show, we'd love it. If you subscribe to wherever you get your podcasts. And if you've got a minute to give quick review that helps us build our audience. So we can keep growing. Follow me on Twitter at Khan underscore Krahn. Email me at sea Laterna SF chronicle dot com. Support warriors off court and a lot of great journals with subscription to the San Francisco Chronicle their print and digital additions. Find out more at SF, chronicle dot com slash subscribe.

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