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Don't fall for the COVID vaccine e-mail, please

Talking Tech

01:13 min | 6 hrs ago

Don't fall for the COVID vaccine e-mail, please

"If you are getting an email and it says, Hey, we have a vaccine for Kobe's and we can cure you to me favorite. Don't open it. A lot of people have been falling for one of the oldest phishing attempts. In the book, you get an email, it looks good. It asked you to click a link you click and you're done for the security firm checkpoint research has just come out with a study about these emails and There were about sixty, one, thousand of them in July. That's a lot. That's a lot of gullible people falling for things. They shouldn't fall for simple advice. You get an email, it's not from your doctorates from hospital. It's from some company that can cure co that it can't. Check the full email address on any message and be alert to hyper links that may contain massive spellings. The actual domain name, that's always a good giveaway. Remember, it was just in twenty sixteen to John, Podesta Hillary Clinton's campaign manager fell for the oldest trick in the book and just a few months ago Jeff Bezos from Amazon Belford to you click that link in, you're done

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Delta CEOs Letter on the Future

STRUCK: A Lightning Protection Podcast

03:03 min | 17 hrs ago

Delta CEOs Letter on the Future

"Delta CEO at bastion just released a letter announcing some of their outlook going forward they just had a Let's off. You know period of laying off a lot of people. Also, they just had a bunch of employees except early retirement. So we'll chat about that a little bit and his outlook also interesting article I. The BBC on how jet planes are getting sent to bone yards essentially also a little bit of lightning strike news because we are a lightning i. Couple people injured at the DHL hub when lightning strikes Lightning struck a ramp. It sounds like so a couple of workers injured. We'll talk a little bit about that which apparently happens more than people realize. As, we get into our engineering segment we're a little bit about honeywell they're UV cabin disinfection system. It's really interesting how all the world is changing as far as cleanliness and disinfection, and obviously air aircraft is no different. We'll also talk about the avionics aircraft, which is a really fascinating looking vehicle with a tilt rotor. It's and they're developing guests that for the US Army, and then lastly, as we jumped to some electric the for Tilt Wing, even T. O. L. So. A lot of discussion on that really interesting design, very complex design. So Allen, let's start with news. We both just read ed bastion the Delta CEO's letter. What are some of your thoughts they gotta stop the cash poor and that's a that's a thought and Twenty twenty seven million down from a hundred, million poor per day, which is staggering three billion dollars a month they used their burning back in. April Yeesh. Wow. That's that's a lot of cash burn the. Industry in what Delta jetblue southwest American united or all trying to do is get to customer satisfaction numbers up so they can increase the ridership so they can fill some airplanes because I think the issue right now is consumer confidence. That the aircraft are in the airports themselves for that matter are clean and that they're taking precautions that were being told about every thirty seconds that That were maintaining social distance that were wiping down the airplanes, cleaning the airplanes and that everybody on the airplanes or were masks. At seems to be a very effective way of dealing with the the problem is is that. I think people are travelling at least I haven't seen any indication that There's been any sort of covid transmission via airline flights and we've been flying. We ain't never shut down the airlines they've been flying. Since this, all started. So we have several months of data and thousands of flights tens of thousands of flights at this point doesn't seem like there's a connection between Kobe transmissions and flying in airplanes that doesn't seem to be a

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Dwayne The Rock Johnson is Buying an Entire Football League

Business Wars Daily

03:58 min | 1 d ago

Dwayne The Rock Johnson is Buying an Entire Football League

"For many of us, Monday nights sieve Longman, Monday, night football. So today's a good day to consider a shakeup in the football world. The potential revival of a would be competitor to the National Football League last week actor and former pro wrestler Dwayne the Rock Johnson with other investors bought a start-up Football League called the xfl this take some explanation especially to those who aren't avid sports fans. Let's start with the xfl contrary to popular belief. The NFL doesn't football is just had a monopoly for the most part for so long that most. Most people consider it an institution for the last couple of decades though rivals have attempted to build new leagues to compete with the. NFL. The XFL is one of those its roots began way back in the year two, thousand when World Wrestling Federation chairman. Vince. McMahon decided to build a league that could compete with the NFL NBC Cohen the League and planned to carry its games the XFL plan to extend the football season by playing games from just after the Super Bowl in February. Until late April. Now, at the time league owners, hopes were high that the Saturday night games could Wu and elusive audience TV. Teenage boys according to CNN. Vince McMahon. WWF had been almost magical in its ability to appeal to twelve to twenty four year. Old Males who typically don't stay home watching TV on Saturday nights. The xfl hoped McMahon could bring that WWF formula to football and win that desirable TV audience, and for one brief moment, it looked like their hopes were within reach the first game in two thousand, one drew more than fifteen million viewers a massive audience. That gold ring looked close and yet it turned out to be so far away as the season wore on audiences spell like a botched handoff after that single season, the xfl shutdown. Sometimes in life timing really is everything, and so it goes for Vince McMahon who decided that twenty twenty would be the right time to revive the xfl it launched in February, pitching the Seattle dragons against the DC defenders teams played five games among both players and owners. Optimism rained TV audiences varied by geography, but were decent enough that by March believe was well into planning the twenty twenty, one season. And then Kobe came along the League canceled the season March twentieth less than a month. Later, the XFL filed for bankruptcy sports writers added the xfl lists of other WanNa, NFL competitors who'd also tried to make a go of it over the years. The XFL seemed to be just another failed startup, but perhaps they declared the league's death too soon. Let's get back to Dwayne Johnson better known as the Rock Johnson actually started his career as a football player, but never made it to the NFL instead, he joined Vince McMahon's wwf where he quickly rose to superstardom before retiring to become an actor, he's now the highest paid actor in the world according to Forbes. With his business partner Danny Garcia who also happens to be his ex wife, the rock led the fifteen million dollar purchase of the. xfl. Out of Bankruptcy Sports Management Company redbird capital as a third partner. Johnson says the purchase was actually Garcia's idea she loves football and when the XFL declared bankruptcy, she saw their chance to own not just a team but an entire league not to get too grand about this. Consider that the salary of a single NFL football star say. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak. Prescott is thirty, one million dollars. That's more than double what the partners paid for the xfl which has eight teams. Still, the deal made headlines. Perhaps it's a bit of hopeful light entertainment amidst the onslaught of grim. News in two thousand, twenty, Garcia. Johnson. Say They plan to produce multimedia content for fans year round, not just during the active spring season at production time, they hadn't yet said when the League will start to play again.

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US gas prices remain steady at an average of $2.25/gallon

Food and Wine with Chef Jamie Gwen

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

US gas prices remain steady at an average of $2.25/gallon

"Gas prices are stable, the average price of the pump held steady over the past two weeks of $2.25 a gallon. That's 50 cents below the average pump rise from a year ago. Here's industry analyst Trilby Lundberg to explain why demand is extremely weak and probably will weaken further next month, not just seasonally but because of wide school closures that seemed very, very likely nationwide, the highest average price for regular grade gases in the sand. Jancis Kobe area, $3.31 a gallon, the lowest average Baton Rouge, Louisiana, at $1.77 a

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Trump signs coronavirus executive orders, but legal challenges may loom

No Agenda

01:04 min | 1 d ago

Trump signs coronavirus executive orders, but legal challenges may loom

"His club the president brought out the pens signing a series of actions that bypass Congress after two weeks of talks, for Kobe relief sailed Democrats are actively blocking. The things that we want and what we want is good for people he called for a new round of enhanced unemployment at a lower figure than the benefits that expired. Why did you decide on four hundred dollars in previously family for receiving six hundred that will be a hardship for many what do you say to them? It's not a hardship. This is the money that they need. This is the money they want. This gives great incentive to go back to work another big change, a payroll tax holiday for workers earning. Less than one, hundred, thousand dollars a movement he Democrats and Republicans had opposed. This will mean bigger paychecks will working families. The president also provided some eviction protections and deferred student loans but sidestepping lawmakers could lead legal challenges over the separation of powers since Congress has the constitutional authority to control taxes and spending,

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Brazil becomes 2nd country to cross 100,000 COVID-19 deaths

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

Brazil becomes 2nd country to cross 100,000 COVID-19 deaths

"More than 100,000 deaths and there have been more than three million confirmed cases. So far, President Balsa Naro has fought health restrictions and even contracted and recovered from Kobe himself. Meanwhile, New Zealand is celebrating a major milestone 100 days without a new case. After a major countrywide locked down Prime Minister Justin Ardor and says she is very Proud. I don't believe there is any other country that come into our position and assigned it away from our borders for the period of time, But she knows things Concetta, and they're ready if they do. Maria Garcia CBS News The US continues to

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Dallas - At North Texas Federal Prison, About 75% Of Inmates Have Tested Positive For COVID-19

This Week In Texas

00:29 sec | 2 d ago

Dallas - At North Texas Federal Prison, About 75% Of Inmates Have Tested Positive For COVID-19

"40 federal prison officials continuing to work on controlling Kobe 19 outbreaks, the latest Bureau of Prisons report shows the Seigo Ville federal corrections institution. Has the highest number of positive tests with more than 1300 as well as 28 prison employees testing positive. Nationally, More than 10,000 federal prison inmates and 1300 employees have tested positive. 100 and 12 deaths confirmed by the Bureau

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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tests negative again for COVID-19, after previous conflicting results before Trump meeting

Kim Komando

00:21 sec | 2 d ago

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tests negative again for COVID-19, after previous conflicting results before Trump meeting

"This afternoon that he and his wife, Fran, were tested again for Kobe 19. Today. He says they were PCR tests and the results for both tests were negative. Governor thank everybody who's sent along Good wishes again. The latest Corona virus test result on the Ohio governor and Ohio's first lady. Negative. Nearly

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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tests negative again for COVID-19, after previous conflicting results before Trump meeting

Kim Komando

00:21 sec | 2 d ago

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tests negative again for COVID-19, after previous conflicting results before Trump meeting

"This afternoon that he and his wife, Fran, were tested again for Kobe 19. Today. He says they were PCR tests and the results for both tests were negative. Governor thank everybody who's sent along Good wishes again. The latest Corona virus test result on the Ohio governor and Ohio's first lady. Negative. Nearly

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Unemployment Rate Fell to 10.2% in July

Marketplace

01:53 min | 3 d ago

Unemployment Rate Fell to 10.2% in July

"Labor Department told us that employers kept bringing jobs back in July 1.8 million. Overall, the unemployment rate fell about 1% to 10.2%. That's a little higher than the worst of the great recession, but certainly better than April's 15%. We asked marketplaces Mitchell Hartman to look into which jobs are coming back and which might not If the job losses early in the pandemic, we're a torrent. 22 million jobs washed away in just about six weeks. The rebound since then has been more like a steady current. Around nine million jobs gained back and the backto work flows been strongest in low wage service jobs that were savaged early on, says Julia Polic, a Zip recruiter. The largest gains were in leisure hospitality and in retail job stocking shelves at reopened stores, serving drinks at bars and restaurants, cleaning people's teeth at dentist's offices. But job gains slowed considerably in July compared to June, And that's because as many cities and states had to pause there re openings to fightback surges in Kobe cases Businesses couldn't really resume business as usual. The jobs recovery is doing better in sectors less affected by government, covert restrictions and consumers. Caution, says Robert Frick at Navy Federal Credit Union. Own construction in construction in general is doing well. Manufacturing is doing relatively well. I love those are important to the economy because that support service jobs, But Julia Pollock has a warning for professionals whose jobs depend on the consumer economy Among high wage occupations where most workers can work from home that typically are recession proof we see stagnation and even continued decline. In July. Employers cut jobs in business management advertising computer systems in commercial

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California to fix coronavirus reporting system amid backlog

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

California to fix coronavirus reporting system amid backlog

"So apparently it's going to take 24 to 48 hours to work through a backlog of over 1/4 1,000,000. Unprocessed health records in California, including thousands of Kobe. 19 Tests Results, Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galley this afternoon, saying the number of covert 19 cases in California Is likely well below the true number of cases because of a server outage back on July 25th For five days Following the outage, the state did not receive any data from one of its largest labs conducting Corona virus

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11 children in Washington state hospitalized by coronavirus-related syndrome | TheHill - The Hill

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:25 sec | 3 d ago

11 children in Washington state hospitalized by coronavirus-related syndrome | TheHill - The Hill

"Are now 11 cases of a rare Kobe related disease affecting Children across our state. Come A Si Romero has the latest. The State Department of Health says the latest numbers are not a sharp increase, but an ongoing count of multi system inflammatory syndrome in Children, otherwise known as M. SC. Dr Marisa Di Anjali says it shows up in people under age 21 who tested positive for covert and the symptoms are not mild, have

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U.S. Employers Add 1.8 million Jobs In July

Marketplace

01:58 min | 3 d ago

U.S. Employers Add 1.8 million Jobs In July

"Today. We got a decent but not great economic report to kick off the weekend, the Labor Department told us that employers kept bringing jobs back in July 1.8 million. Overall, the unemployment rate fell about 1% to 10.2%. That's a little higher than the worst of the great recession, but certainly better than April's 15%. We asked marketplaces Mitchell Hartman to look into which jobs are coming back and which might not If the job losses early in the pandemic, we're a torrent. 22 million jobs washed away in just about six weeks. The rebound since then has been more like a steady current. Around nine million jobs gained back and the backto work flows been strongest in low wage service jobs that were savaged early on, says Julia Polic, a ZIP recruiter. The largest gains were in leisure and hospitality and in retail Job stocking shelves at reopened stores, serving drinks at bars and restaurants cleaning people's teeth at dentist's offices. But job gains slowed considerably in July compared to June, And that's because as many cities and states had to pause there re openings to fightback surges in Kobe cases. Businesses couldn't really resume business as usual. The jobs recovery is doing better in sectors less affected by government covert restrictions and consumers. Caution, says Robert Frick at Navy Federal Credit Union. Own construction and construction in general is doing well. Manufacturing is doing relatively well. I love those are important to the economy because it supports service jobs. But Julia Pollock has a warning for professionals whose jobs depend on the consumer economy Among high wage occupations where most workers can work from home that typically are recession proof we see stagnation and even continued decline. In July. Employers cut jobs in business management advertising computer systems in commercial

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NYC begins registering travelers at COVID-19 checkpoints

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 d ago

NYC begins registering travelers at COVID-19 checkpoints

"Travelers to New York City can expect to be met by health department workers at entry points and even stopped by officers on bridges because of Kobe at nineteen in an effort to keep the coronavirus tamped down in the Big Apple people coming in from three dozen states are being questioned at transportation hubs like Penn state they are required to fill out a form and warned they could be fined as much as ten thousand dollars for failing to quarantine for two weeks Jones or boat coming in from Florida didn't seem to mind when asked what the city sheriff's office plans to pull over drivers at random on city bridges meanwhile the state of Florida which was stopping drivers on I. ninety five and mandating quarantines for those from the greater New York area has lifted that restriction hi Jackie Quinn

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COVID-19 Vaccine Ethics: Who Gets It First and Other Issues

Science Talk

04:27 min | 4 d ago

COVID-19 Vaccine Ethics: Who Gets It First and Other Issues

"US government's. Warp speed is ambitiously trying to create test and licensed vaccine for covid nineteen in less than a year compared to the five to ten years typically needed for a new vaccine. The program is borrowing strategies from a crash effort undertaken in the nineteen fifties against polio. Arthur caplan was seven years old when that paralytic disease which had been terrifying parents nationwide came to his town. Last. People. In America. Get. Polio in the Boston outbreak of nineteen, fifty seven, that's where I'm from. Saw Kids in our loans on kids die in the floor. It's one of the reasons I got interested in medical ethics. The Polio vaccine developed in the fifties it saved millions of lives and brought us tantalizingly close to eradicating the disease altogether. But in the haste to produce them researchers and manufacturers occasionally made mistakes and crossed ethical boundaries. Experimental vaccines were tested on intellectually disabled children, for example, as well as millions of people in the Belgian Congo and the Soviet Union who were not given the option for informed consent that today we consider indispensable. Medical ethics come a long way in the past sixty, five years. The World Health Organization has already set up a working group on ethics and Kobe Nineteen of which Kaplan is a member. They have started thinking through many of the tough questions ahead as companies race to test experimental vaccines, and we hope eventually ramp up manufacturing of those who succeed to billions of doses. Worldwide these questions include how can we make sure vaccine trials don't exploit people or enroll too few participants from black native Latino communities who are disproportionately sickened been killed by this disease who will get approved vaccines I and who will pay for them and what if anything should we do about vaccines being sold on the black market? The most immediate questions involve large-scale clinical trials those trials will take months to produce results. Can says, one reason is if I give you the experimental vaccine. Then, I have to wait for the. Virus in nature to infect me to see whether I'm going to do better than a group that didn't get vaccine usually have a placebo control group were you don't give them an active agent and you sort of monitor one against the other. If, you're waiting for natural infectivity with Kobe we have a problem because the Degree to which the becoming infect is very slow. So you'll notice that people are starting to recruit subjects for trials right now in hot spots, they may be looking at Brazil. They may be looking at Atlanta it could be looking at a region of the country that has. A A big outbreak. But at the same time, morally we have to try and tell people who sign up for vaccination studies they should not get themselves infected. So it's a sort of moral catch twenty two, you can't really. Encourage people to be reckless and get themselves. In fact, an the problem is you're probably not going to take sicker people because it makes it difficult to assess whether a vaccine is causing an adverse event or an underlying illnesses causing events. Most of the people who come into these big vaccine trials are healthy volunteer still they're younger. Is An effort underway. In the NIH sponsor trials to try and get more diversity ethnicity and race but a lack of transparency in who is being selected for the vaccine trials has raised concerns that historically underrepresented communities may once again be overlooked. Kaplan says that the preference for healthy volunteers is also one of the reasons that vaccine testers probably won't turn to one otherwise logical place to recruit participants prisons where corona virus has been running rampant, you can't use a vulnerable population because you worry that they can't consent. They're gonNA try and say I'll do it because they want to get out of jail or get parole the other main reason why Is prison populations usually have two or three underlying diseases. I know MTV everybody's at the gym looks such Arnold Schwarzenegger. But in fact, hepatitis HIV drug abuse is a bunch of reasons why they're not a best subjects for for any beginning studies

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Coronavirus: Uber customer activity falls sharply

Talking Tech

00:54 sec | 4 d ago

Coronavirus: Uber customer activity falls sharply

"Bad Kobe, news, ride hailing company. Uber just reported a massive loss of one point seven. Billion Dollars with ride revenue down sixty seven percent as more people have become very wary about driving with strangers during times of social distancing. But there was good news for the company in food delivery Uber's eat subsidiary sold some one point, two, billion dollars worth of food in the quarter up a hundred and thirteen percent from the year ago quarter the delivery business is now is big as rides and obsolete gonna get even bigger. The controversial Tiktok, APP may be headed to Microsoft or banned by the United States government but meanwhile, it's moving ahead with its first TV APP for the Amazon Fire TV platform the apple have curated video playlist and compilations from the mobile tiktok APP along with interviews with creators.

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Big Oil pivots to renewables, but will it last?

Climate Cast

01:58 min | 4 d ago

Big Oil pivots to renewables, but will it last?

"Corona virus outbreak is costing big oil big billions. The latest numbers BP reduced asset values by seventeen point five, billion royal. Dutch Shell says oil and gas assets are down twenty, two billion. And now, big oil companies are investing billions into wait for it renewable energy. Is Kobe nineteenth speeding up the renewable energy transition? Nicholas Kuznits writes about energy transfer inside climate news. Hi, Nicholas. Welcome to climate cast. Hi thanks for having me. Let's start with big oil's latest numbers. Give us a number that stands out to you and tell us what it means. There is one that I'd point to. That isn't necessarily the largest, but the French company totale said that it was cutting the value of its Canadian oil sands assets by seven billion dollars. So this stands out I think because it was basically entirely due to climate change really or to what too tall sees as the long term trend in governments acting to rein in emissions and clamped down on fossil fuel production. Let's talk about the Tar Sands Oil why are there impacts unique for climate? Change and why are they at risk now? So the Canadian tar sands oil sands is a huge store of oil in Alberta and it takes a lot of energy to convert it into a like a crude oils essentially that you can send a pipeline and because it takes Banerjee, there's also a lot of emissions associated with that. So it's dirtier form of oil than your average crude and in particular because of this and because of the Keystone Excel pipeline. Climate activists, kind of latched onto the oil sands as an embodiment of the problem of the type of oil that we need to leave in the ground if we're going to address climate change

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Why COVID-19 poses a special risk during pregnancy

Science Magazine Podcast

07:04 min | 4 d ago

Why COVID-19 poses a special risk during pregnancy

"As it seems kind of to always the case these days there are a lot of open questions about corona virus and something else. In this case it's pregnant women like are these women at greater risk for more severe infections can the virus infected fetus? How likely is transmission at birth from an infected mother Maribeth? I know you don't have answers to all these questions but let's start with what are some solid trends at this point. For example are pregnant women more at risk if they're infected, it seems to be the case that they are although the data is very incomplete given though what the consequences are from a severe infection, it's really better to err on the side of caution and assume that. Yes, they are at increased risk and that wouldn't be totally surprising because it's known from our understanding of other respiratory viruses that women can get much more severe infections and have worse outcomes. That's particularly well established for influenza and it's thought to be the case for SARS Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. That's caused by a similar virus. That's a close cousin of the new corona virus. There are a couple of biological factors that point to why this might be the case particularly how the immune system changes during pregnancy. How might that contribute to more severe infections? The immune system in pregnancy is like a moving target it's constantly adjusting HASTA. Hit this tricky balance of still repelling foreign invaders but not rejecting the fetus, which after all half of the fetus is not from mom and might look foreign to the immune system and what can happen is that things get outta whack perhaps there are worse infections than might have otherwise been the case. At the same time we know that the new corona virus causes really severe inflammation in particularly serious cases of infection. And if the mother's immune system is also active as it is in pregnancy, it's possible. Some experts think that this. Piles on with additional inflammation and that you get a worse situation than you would have had had mom not been pregnant. So it's not well understood but it's thought that there can be unhealthy interplay pregnancy also puts stress on the long Lewis and the cardiovascular system these are both too targets of Kobe eighteen. How is the body affected by pregnancy in such a way that the lungs cardiovascular system are harmed and how does Cova nineteen effect the lungs cardiovascular system sure. Will you imagine if the woman particularly as she goes into later pregnancy in the fetus larger and larger has decreased breathing room That is GonNa, make any respiratory infection in which you're breathing capacity is being affected by the infection itself. That's going to double down and make it even tougher to adequately oxygen at your blood. You basically have less room to breathe right and that's a serious impediment. If you're already sort of breathing at bat reduced level and then you have a virus causing an infection that is filling some of your breathing space with fluid, you can imagine how you could get into serious trouble quite quickly. What about the cardiovascular issues and how does that interact with the new corona virus? Well there's a couple of things one just the amount of work I mean the body. So amazing women pump by the time they're in late pregnancy, fifty percent more blood than they normally have. So there's a ton of blood circulating and that can lead to lots of fluid exiting into the lungs and making a bad problem worse, and then we know that the virus cannon does have bad effects on the heart and blood vessels which are already under strain because of the pregnancy. So again, the virus is potentially aiding and making worse this part that's kind of punching at the. Top of its weight already, there's a final effect that's not fully understood and not fully pin down, but it's known that the corona virus causes increased clotting in some patients. The blood has more of a tendency to clot will guess what in pregnancy the blood already has more of a tendency to plot. So now you layer an increased tendency to clot on top of an increased tendency to clot, and you can see where women can also get into trouble with clotting, which independently been a problem in serious of covid nineteen. We just talked about how the virus pregnancy my. Interact in a negative way. What is the evidence for the fact that women fare worse when pregnant and infected with a new coronavirus will there was a much notice steady that came out of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention late in June that showed that pregnant women with Cova. Did were up to fifty percent more likely to end up in intensive care and seventy percent more likely to end up needing a breathing machine. Then they're infected but non-pregnant peers. Now there, there's some caveats to that study number one they were not more likely to die which is reassuring. Number two even though this was a lot of pregnant women that CDC looked at about ninety, one thousand, it was only twenty eight percent of all the women of reproductive age that have had covert and have had their covert reported to. CDC, through early June. Why is that? Because these reports have a box that say check pregnancy status? Yes pregnant no not pregnant and many many basically seventy, two percent of the reports that CDC received came in without either. Box, checked, and so they couldn't use that data and that makes the study quite incomplete. There's a more comprehensive but much smaller study that was published by the public. Health Agency of Sweden into lie and it found that the women who were pregnant for landing in ICU, at six times the rate of non-pregnant women what's unique about this study is captured. All ICU. Missions in. Sweden and it used Disa- dominator, all non-pregnant and all pregnant women of reproductive. Agents Sweden. This study was very small however in the end only thirteen corona virus, infected pregnant women, and forty non-pregnant infected women were admitted to Swedish I see us in the timeframe of the study.

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"kobe" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

01:37 min | 6 months ago

"kobe" Discussed on The Jump

"Something positive to take away from this and It was hard because there isn't much but the best thing I think I was able to come up with. Is this gratitude. It seems to me that all we could do is be grateful for the time we had with them and for the time we have left with each other and that's all to RPG my brother. May You always remember to enjoy the road especially when it's a hard one love Kobe. Kobe wrote these words to me just a few months ago now. I realized that perhaps they were meant for us. All God knew they couldn't be on this earth without each other. He had to bring them home tab together. You take care of our got noni. Bbn COCOA. We're still the best team we love and miss you boo boo and Chichi both rest in peace and half finding heaven until we meet again one day we love you both and miss you throw and always mommy.

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"kobe" Discussed on The Breaks

The Breaks

07:14 min | 6 months ago

"kobe" Discussed on The Breaks

"Your off. The monthly feature. Am I often monthly feature Austin. Monthly fee was right to Nixon article. We talked about already officially out Alpine. It's got a lot of positive positive reactions. Forgive me got a little bit under the weather so I'm not gonna I'm not. I'm not as long winded as normal sons Dan. It snowed recently. Oh Yeah No I was at work when it started snowing as was a little kid when we got a little bit of snow. Down here ludivine now. I'm just like driving this. That's what I was I was. I was filling in for Taylor and then he started coming in and I was like. This is the time you get at home because I really don't want to have to sleep at the station like I can still get home. I care about but I wasn't able to be on air last week because I had the flu so I get a chance to do my Kobe condolences but I didn't do any last week in either Idea play chief Koby but I didn't like go into legacy and all of that I was once we day Boyce me I can at all. I played the chief Keith Kobe. I'll play a little wind coby. So of course you know on the breakthrough music news. The recent passing of Kobe and his daughter G of course this the world large large loss of Kobe was so tragic a lot of times when we lose celebrities. It's something directly happened. Like with nipsy past. He was murdered. We're back past drugs. Kobe was killed by helicopter. So it's a lot of misplaced anger so Yesterday a clip came out of Gayle. King Interviewing Lisa Leslie WNBA player Hall of Famer. Lisa Leslie what was the initial interview. 'cause I missed what the initial interview you. Good Morning America that I'm saying like what. Why was Lisa Leslie being? I think about Kobe out like the whole evening had yet also was most like our Kelly doing clips they for some reason. The network decided to lead with the Kobe. The backlash started because of the clips released was Gayle King. Asking about Kobe's passer rape allegations and Lisa Leslie's subsequent answer to do it And people of course are automatically up in arms about it about Gayle King asking that asking you know. How could you ask you know? Hello Lisa Leslie. Who in my opinion answered it perfectly outside of the whole? I've never seen Kobe towards me. That that policy the kind of sound like Barbara Walter's talking about woody Allen snuggling but everybody else was fine snoop dogg jammed in with his his old. Well see now. Sales new dolls reaction was unmixed. I I get it in. And it's got a hold of them. Thought it was funny but like he could have responded and reacted to that. Totally different being being an elder statesman in hip hop culture. Like you handle that differently than what you did. Yeah he's Tuck until Buzi while funds. He reacted the way busey Oliver ax to everything for me and this is you know a sensitive topic the passing of Kobe. While it is it it still hurts and it's very painful. One thing I saw people say like why would which he asked Lisa Leslie that in time. She's grieving my question is when is a good time to ask the question. True if your argument is we should ask me live okay. What was his Gotama asked when he was alive when they they did ask about it but we just WanNa listening at the time? Was it a good time to ask after it happened. It was a good time to ask after his finals. MVP's what is a good time to ask so because this is a serious. It's a serious accusation. As a journalist list in Kingston steam journalist you can like dislike journalists. She she does have the right to ask that question to another woman and she didn't say hey. Kobe did it. She said how do do you feel as a woman about the allegations against him and unfortunately yes. That is a part of Kobe's legacy so I know a lot of people feel very strongly. You Bet it but we gotta be careful in that Roy motions blinders from you. Know the the some of somebody's life. Lebron James Chimed in entreated about it. And you know even chastise Gail. I was kinda disappointed Lebron for that because it's like Bro. Come on like once again. I know we're morning but your your act like Kim K.. Asked this question to something like and I felt like is it. I felt like it was a question that we all should have expected to be. act like you said. Unfortunately this is a part of his his legacy part history it happened. We all saw the news reports of it happening when it happened. We also going to court and Lee playing games. We all saw it so you Kinda Shoulda expect it to be asked at some point now you can feel with. You can feel like it's too early to as people still mourning but like if you see when is a good time to ask and as a journalist get with simply doing our job. Aw and like I said I watched gaels. I think you'd like facebook. Live in scream. Live and she was saying that she said that she's she said actually I about it and says she feels like it's time to move on and Gail said she agreed with Lisa Leslie and fought to keep that part in the interview. That was perfect Footnote footnote what a period at the end of the whole conversation. Like there needs to be saying I agree In so I just think we have to be real careful because US regardless of how we feel about Kobe we have to be careful about automatically chastising. People who do feel a way about the past allegation is called because there's a lot of sexual assault victims out there who are triggered by people looking them are defending. Somebody was accused of rape in the past. Did don't do that. Line victim shaming. Yeah exactly because just because you like somebody a lot you know or your fan of them and I also think Koby wouldn't want you guys to jump Gail that way now Like don't don't sit here and try to say you're doing this because you feel the way for Kobe Kobe. Toby wouldn't want it Kobe. Kobe was Kobe. Wouldn't wouldn't get on social media. Make instagram live video. Colorado name and being disrespectful like that wouldn't spend a lotta years after those After what happened to Colorado rehabilitating imaging did a very very very great job at it became very very good advocate for women's issues and rights. And you see how you know how he was with his family. So thank about that when you start running your mouth. How would Kobe once you react that way so they go? What would mom would do.

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"kobe" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

03:48 min | 6 months ago

"kobe" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

"I feel like my life won't be the same again I don't know maybe just because of this news will sometimes. I may feel like this but I really feel like somebody snatched a big part of my life. I from me will be brand. The name says it was very sad Monday morning for me when my a foreign language and received the heart breaking news that could be met with an accident. I thought it might be just a small accident. Maybe some injuries to them. But later when I got to know the person from whom I got inspiration more division meaning spit it. Never give up attitude and his mom and daddy my heat off life was no more. Do started flowing. And I kept crying and his memories with his Number Eight Jersey juicy on me. This started way back in nine hundred ninety nine when I saw the first hour. NBA Live Game on television division. It was a game right from the first quarter of play in the end of the game. My is never went off from this one player. Game and instantly became a fan of him. Whose name was Kobe Bryant? This is where my journey as an NBA defend began. It was only because of Kobe. Brian what will be made me feed getting they will be expedited but NBA. We did meet me is all because of him talking about his memories. Gobi Bryant has given me countless memories since I started following him right from the nine hundred ninety nine two thousand season where he won his first. NBA Championship with the Lakers. Proceed with a three peat as I have many memories to cherish him. It is very difficult right now for me to mention should a specific memory of Kobe Bryant. I would like to share one game. which was in December? Two thousand between the Mavericks and the Lakers because this game is marked as one of the greatest comeback game in they street of Los Angeles basketball there was a point when in legal were trading with twenty seven points during halftime and also at the fourth and final beard. And we're going to lose the longest winning streak was his the maps which since one thousand nine hundred and this man could be brand. He scored twenty one points in the fourth. Quarter to grab and save that. Winning for the Lakers. This is one of my many beautiful memories of Kobe. Planned what I will miss about Kobe. Bryant is my dream of meeting him at least once in my life we always taught always in my mind will never be completed now. I have made a special board as a dedication to Kobe. Bryant with all these two men's on after his term in two thousand sixteen and now it will be kept as to him and his loving memory. He will always louise be my hero and he will always be with me forever. My condolences to his family friends and all the fans across the world. Thank Colby I miss you..

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"kobe" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

08:14 min | 6 months ago

"kobe" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

"He. He believed in himself too much. He absolutely thought that you know like whatever what happens. Nobody is going to be because he's going to outlook every single person and I think that's what were we legacy at least in my is that even if he wanted more time to one he he would get you're with us work first and then the stunt and that is look. Yeah I mean yeah I think I think that's true I think that's the that's the additive right and I think he's been very smart in crafting that narrative that that's what it is And I think he's done the same also post playing fling he. He focused himself on doing these unique radio stuff. That will actually quite well done. I mean I really liked the Stafford with the I forgot the name of thing where he's like. I like that. I get stuff the Dale Debate. I think there was denounced on. ESPN quite white for quite a lot of fun. So I think he did. He did some cool stuff after off. Better data he was kind of like an entrepreneur slash businessmen and the oil. I think you know I. I was very excited to see Kobe. Bryant in his face to point I felt like he would really he tried to compete with Lebron and and MJ in terms of their business. Dumps data accomplishment. I don't agree with you that he would not be competitive. I think think was a part of individuals like I want to be like the most accomplished like in that area that he would pick and I mean I just think that there are two parts of advantages that you know. Kobe was a part of our lives. My highlight at least since I started watching basketball and his loss and also the way the loss was which is kind kind of just very tragic and Satan. I think both of those combined really kind of Is Very heavy. You know I think a AH losing imagine situation of like being in a helicopter that's GONNA crash video only dot with your daughter that you love and you know I I just it just the idea that you know. It's just is very vague offensive. Got Not so. Yeah so I think that that that part is very heavy and I think it just. It's kind of like a reminded where everybody about you know. Life comes at you really fast. I mean just to do the best you can that be nice and all all of those things and I mean it was. It was tough man. I mean I think for me I like forty five. One forty five minutes is to one hour. I was just like Oh my God. Kobe gone back for all. This shit has her. I'd be like you know and like all the arguments. I had Kobe Bryant and all the Lake Nick. He's not that great and I like for an hour just feeling guilty and Banco. Maybe say those things he would still be alive. You know I honestly had that had the argument And it was a great player and I just hope his Legacy families able to get through the important part here. I quite liked that mm-hmm Essay that I sent you guys on the group and then the last sentences income passes at all right life ordinary until you lose it and the one thing that Kind of struck me about the. The loss of Kobe in general is that you know those those something really fascinating over what he was doing with players who he thought could be more than they actually are almost believing in them more than they believe in themselves so whether it was his debts xts to Jaanus and to dream on and then to whole bunch of other players his conversations Lebron he was though these I think he said something. Ben Simmons as. If I'm not mistaken I don't remember this stuff but I genuinely think players have lost that big but other they're in Kobe because while other ex NBA players who have reached out to current NBA players to help them and vice versa right the current NBA crop even reaching out to the older guys whether it is people reaching out all larger. Want to work on the footwork or reaching out to Jordan to kind of talk about Oh technique Bryant was different in the way he inspired the younger generation. Right he he and I'm repeating myself a he. He believed believed the certain players. He believed in more than those players believed in themselves. And I have not heard those stories from from any other player now it could also very well be that the media was more interested in Kobe. Bryant saying these things because of the fact that he was in la. He's Koby we'll be Bryant. One of the greatest that ever played he's created this legacy. Maybe there are other players who do this on a regular basis but the ones we were Kobe and these players took it seriously seriously. You know the almost sean. It like a badge of on twitter and instagram. Hey guess what Kobe's thrown this challenging me to become the MVP or to lead the League Egan assist or whatever it is you know whatever. It is the challenge Kobe through and you knew that Kobe was not doing this because he he he was getting footage of disarray. This was him truly telling you. Hey jaanus listen man. I don't care where the fuck you came from but you can figure this shit out and win. MVP repeat and that's what he did. You know so I think the crop ahead the crop of NBA players go ahead. I'm going to miss that big brother Lee I will. I will kick you in the ass to make you a better player kind of guy that that Kobe was. I don't think there is a player in the current crop. Who has that kind of and to be clear? Kobe did it from a place of empathy night. He didn't just do it from a place of being bad ass so I think Lebron's going to be again. He's GonNa Focus on technique when he talks to these players and he's just going to talk about some sort of you know almost like flowery mentality Maybe Chris Paul. Is there but crisp. Always he always looks a little mean he's like the order but are those very stone. Do you figure it out but Kobe was the kind of guy who understood what you're going through and then gave you that I- whether it was technique whether it was mentality whether it was I don't know spiritual I don't know what he did but he gave you the tools that the unique things that you needed to hear and I don't think there's a current and people who can do that in the NBA. Maybe Duncan on some level to certain extend attend maybe Norwitzki. But you know other than these two guys. I can't think of a single player who will step up to the young players and tell them what they need to hear in. It'll get their head right. In and Gordon achieve what you're supposed to be achieving prepare point. I think we should. We should let you have the last asked whether the Australian If there was something that you had to say about Kobe Bryant and how he has impacted your life or if he has even impacted your job I mean obviously it's difficult to be the best player in the NBA for such a long time. Norton what impact someone who's watching the NBA and things that in some. Yes or maybe a different mutated while I've been the but.

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"kobe" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

03:15 min | 6 months ago

"kobe" Discussed on The Jump

"Here's the late Great Stuart Scott talking about the late great Kobe Bryant it's an NBA game. Where a guy does something that has not been done in forty for years you gotta see it to believe it Lakers and the Toronto Raptors now? Last time they met Kobe Bryant a seasonal eleven point. Second Quarter Order. Chris Ma'am back door to Colby. Who just yolks Lakers? Oh down. Fourteen second-half Kobe. Bryant went off command center. The Command Kangaroo boxy Aksu requesting permission to fire. Kangaroo boxer permission granted seven of thirteen from freeland late. Third Quarter Colby House up another three third. Quarter some bunnies would've been Duca dunk now fourth quarter. This just straight silliness. Kobe Bryant first player since since Jordan and eighty seven to sixty point games in one season Colby Bryant cut it out. Kobe Bryant seventy nine points most in a game NBA history. There's the free throw that gives them eighty and then the free throw the gives. Eighty one points. Eighty one took forty six shots and do even at time. Stand out to assist Minutes Away Pablo now discuss how Kobe Bryant and legacy could impact the super bowl. What's next for Philip rivers if he does not return to Los Angeles? It's Tom Brady. Take Advice Joe Montana and Vernon Maxwell is trolling jazz fan. So you probably WanNa stay to all right. I'm sure they've told him before the this week. Our Mba Wednesday doubleheader tips off nets hosting the Pistons we will head to rockets trailblazers and this weaker. NBA Saturday a primetime. Matchup is a big eastern conference battle sixers and Celtics our coverage begins with jumped. Eight o'clock Eastern. We are your pre game show on ESPN and the ESPN an APP. And we are coming to you live right now from the plaza in front of the staple center overlooking all the memorial tributes. I'm here Zach Lowe and Matt Barnes and deck the global reach of Kobe Bryant. It's not just people here in la or in the US mourning for him right. No it's everywhere I mean. It's you talked to Mono Ginobili and his Argentinian mates. You talk to them. He's he's the most popular player in China other than yeah ever. You know when I go abroad every summer. There's One Jersey. No matter how far removed from his playing days that outnumbers all probably the all other jerseys combined. I think that's Kobe. And Lebron got like was starting to get to the word clear number two but it's not close. Well I mean I think the Laker brand is a whole speaks for itself the lineage the history and what they've meant to this city and the League but like I said when you get someone like Kobe who's been able to transcend the game do so much for the game you. It may make sense to be a global superstar. He could speak five or six languages of course spent part of his time growing up in Italy. Just last month he was trash talking. Luca don-shik in Slovenian and when I asked Luka houses accent he said it's really good because that's Kobe. He didn't do anything halfway. We're GONNA leave you here. Here was some more shots of the plaza people morning. A man they can't imagine is gone..

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"kobe" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

01:43 min | 6 months ago

"kobe" Discussed on The Jump

"There. Because especially about Vanessa the idea that they were competitive about. We're going to be the best old couples ever. I mean you see like I said I think you see the energy and passion when he's in love with something you know the way. He speaks about his kids the way he spoke about his wife. It I it gives me chills now. Because he was in he was just so he called it family He was psychotic in his words about his family time about being able to shower his daughters about being able but to drop them off at school. The reason why he got a helicopter in the first place because he didn't want to be stuck in this traffic missing quality time with his girls knowing that he had to go on a road trip soon. So that's why he was this chopping back and forth how we drive cars because he didn't want to miss those precious moments. He had with kids because he had such a rigorous schedule. He used to come back from a trip. You guys would sometimes get back back in the middle of the night. Wake Up. Take his kids to school in the morning. And as you said then cut the commuting time by taking the helicopter to be able to come to Lakers practice and I like that. He addressed dressed in that podcast to that. He was very honest about our commitment. It's a work in progress with marriage. Their marriage had a very high profile disruption to it Very serious thing happened in Colorado and then just afterward trying to repair their relationship is husband and they kept working on it. But I think that's why people love Kobe. Because we got to see his his good in bed the flaws and all you know what I mean they would never claim to be perfect. Never tried to be perfect but he was real. He made mistakes but he admitted him he tried to move on. He tried to better use looking for that next challenge. And I think that's what humanized him and made him relatable to the rest of the world. You had a very human moment with Kobe yourself back where it's funny to hear that talk about Kobe's enthusiasm you know when he would talk because you my memory by best. Memory of him was I got a text message out of the blue. That just said it's Kobe..

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"kobe" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

03:07 min | 6 months ago

"kobe" Discussed on The Jump

"We are going to discuss a little bit about lebrons feelings about Kobe. Bryant Instagram Post. He put up and what responsibility he feels going forward. Stay tuned it. I think he's the goal low keyed low key. I think to go beat your mind. Matchups McGrady all crazy man. The Black Mamba Susie. Bright Shirt always been a fan especially US number eight man. You have the pro. He used to be lopsided. Sometimes you sweat but that was okay. Because you're putting up eighty one so you really gonNA give Jalen rose in Toronto Raptors. Eighty one bucket bucket eighty-one David w the game. You can't talk about the Lakers and not mentioned Kobe Bryant. That's impossible the guy has five rings. You have five rings you gave us five rings. That's what I love about. You is your indifference to have people view. You're gangster on the court off the court. Can you tell it how it is. Twenty four and a Black Mamba you the best man you the best I see hero doing all kinds of impossible's thing on the court in the definition of passionate about the game all really into being a Laker and playing for the city and the team. You're it's going to take off. They see not only. Are you leaving as Legend when a guy in my eyes Just Cobaine can't say thank you. Kobe get legend Bro. You are strength hoping you mean to. La would water means to the human body. We love you forever. Thank you as a Laker Fan. I an Alley Navy Kobe Bryant. You sacrificed everything for us and we love it. You mean the world you are hero the whole city of. LA's prouty colby holding our friends at sportscenter produced that just before Kobe's final game all sorts of fans chiming in to show their love love and you can see it happening all over again right now. This was just a spontaneous place for this tribute to spring. Up is not like anyone said. Gather outside the staple center but the the scene right below us. It's why we're broadcasting outside today. It is incredible to see the attachment that these fans have an entire city in.

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"kobe" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

07:39 min | 7 months ago

"kobe" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Brian continue nationwide worldwide. Time does not make sense anymore. Real George Sodano. Ed Page Frank Sola Kevin Blackstone thank you for joining George. You're at Pelican. Celtics last night part of the broadcast. You witnessed firsthand all the emotion and even the consternation over playing when you think about what. Kobe means the players in this league. What strikes you most Tony? I felt like I learned yesterday the depths of which he shaped several generations of basketball players. You know you heard Dwayne Wade. Yesterday talking thing about his relationship with Kobe I saw the video. I mean those guys were peers competitors and eventually worked out right Tracy McGrady and other guy who who's talked about that but these guys I talked to yesterday the Jason Tatum's of the world the Lonzo Ball's Brandon Ingram Josh Heart. Those are guys that have real relationships with him Jason. Tatum went and worked out with Kobe. In the off season they look at him as their Jordan like we grew up with Michael Jordan being the Best S. player live. They grew up with Kobe. Bryant being the best player alive on the planet and he went from being the guy who was the ultimate competitor and wanted the two win at all costs to being a guy who then became a teacher. And I feel like that's something that doesn't get discussed enough and that was something I certainly learned learned yesterday. You know those three Pelican players that played for the Lakers were very much in a really tough spot. Yesterday they were. They felt terrible like they were in a position where the team really felt like they needed to kind of console them make sure they were in the right frame of mind even though they didn't play with Koby they worked out this story around you believe the NBA should've cancelled the Games yesterday today. No I absolutely do not I. My understanding is the general managers around the League met with the League League and they all felt that Kobe would wanna play the games and Carmelo said as much yesterday so I do believe that they did the right thing. Frank Soul you were in the building for the famous sixty one and MSG S G. You were there I first NBA points. I believe you've you've done worked with Kobe after his basketball career as well. How do you remember Kobe on? And off the court no Tony. He came into the League as a teenage prodigy left as an iconic player. I was looking up to be there his rookie year when he was at the free throw line scored his first ever NBA points. Del Harris turned around to us at the scores table. The writers. He said I was there when his father scored his first points. And we're all thinking. Hey this is pretty cool. We're here for this guy. Coby Bryan I ever points. Who knew that? At the time he'd be the third all time leading scorer in the NBA which included that sixty one point game. This Sunday will mark the eleven th anniversary of that game to be in the building that night and watch him play for my money. My two favorite players to watch the cover will Michael Jordan Kobe Bryant for obvious reasons grape players great competitors and thank you for showing a video of him with his daughter. I did that game. On December twenty first and that's were playing the Atlanta Hawks. His daughter Jonah loved trae young as a player and to see the two of them sharing that tender moment together and it just makes everything that has gone on because he was able to kind of transition into this next phase of his life you went from on the soup. I was a superstar. Now it's time to do something else. And it was spending all that time with his family what he paid you've covered the NBA for the entirety of Kobe's career as well and of course before him. How do you begin to tell the story of Kobe? Yesterday I was with my daughter when a stranger came over and told us about the tragedy. My daughter came over and hugged me because she knew of my lifetime around basketball and I said to her. I'm just glad you're safe. Because of the father daughter relationship that Kobe head with all his daughters orders in regard to watching Elgin Baylor and then covering Dr J. Michael Jordan and then the torch being passed to Kobe Bryant when you think about those players and how they all transcended sports and in society in regard to Kobe. I want to concentrate on two years. Two Thousand and three and two thousand and four in two thousand and three. I saw back to back games between the Lakers and the nuggets in first when he scored forty one in La. They came the Denver and a rare back to back against the same team. They had a shoot around. There was voluntary for the Lakers. Kobe was the only one that showed up. We talked and I said how difficult difficulties of you to play the same team the next night. He said I'll show you. He went out scored fifty one ninety three points in two games in two nights against the same team. The next time I saw him was in the mountains of Colorado in July and as I looked at him as there was a hearing that we both were at and he looked looked over at me and he just kind of shook his head. There was nothing for either one of us to say and I thought we go from there to here two thousand and four when he comes back to Denver for basketball ballgame and I looked up half the people in the arena head Kobe Bryant jerseys the other half were booing him. UNMERCIFULLY is so there was such a tangible. Oh relationship between what people are now referring to is the Colorado incident and what Denver Colorado felt about Kobe Bryant especially today in the loss that we all have just had Ramona Shelburne on addressing that in part Kevin Blackstone. How do you begin to tell the story of Kobe? Well I'm always uncomfortable talking about tragedy when it impacts a number of people as did this incident and we only wind up focusing on that person who is of some celebrity athletic celebrity in this case. But the only person I know anything about From Afar in this incident is Kobe Bryant and what I see is amazing arc work of his life. I mean we saw all his artistry as a Basketball Player for twenty years of his adult life. We saw a kid come into the league who appeared to be spoiled. We saw him grow up into a spoilt star who was bickering with someone. One like Shaquille O'Neal and establish star. We saw someone become an alleged rapist in an incident it which turned many people against him and and produced a rift among sports fans who were black and white eight and saw what happened in Denver many of the images of the worst parts of racism in this in this country we saw some will become as frank set an iconic connick player in this league. Then someone become an avuncular figure in this league to younger players and finally someone who doc tragedy which seems to have created a tremendous outpouring of empathy that for now has wipe Dover or washed over all the inventory. I think that had developed around Kobe Bryant for some of the things that happened in his life and I can only think of one thing after all of this and it gets back to something woody brought up but I've always said that the hardest story to cover you're in news is to cover a mother who has to bury their child and I can't imagine what Vanessa must be going through having to bury a child and the a father and husband.

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"kobe" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

04:52 min | 7 months ago

"kobe" Discussed on The Jump

"Of person he was us in La he was superhero. You know he'll be missed like like no other He he's he's from fairly but he had that. La At the best. You know what I learned from Colby you know Before he try to master the game of basketball he was working on mastering the game of Kobe. Before you master anything that you doing you you have to master yourself with discipline Consistency Working on the things that you're not good at And not being afraid to take a shot in the moment and He he taught me how to better myself and to go into the things and never be satisfied. Never be satisfied You know there's always tomorrow you can always do better. You know what I mean you can always give it a better shot bit better effort and a line from Kobe Bryant richer you were on the other team but on the court during one of the most visual moments of Kobe's career and it wasn't winning a title it was when he snapped his Achilles. You're on the bench right at that side of the court. Can you describe. Describe what you saw and then what happened afterward so I remember right there he asked Harrison. Barnes like hey did you kick me right like I could see him mouth it right and we were just no right because if you go back and look at he'd been playing forty eight minutes forty eight minutes like he hadn't missed. Many Games are many minutes and they'll minutes he was he was he was getting that team and he knew that they needed those two free throws it was late in the game. And we're all sitting there like all. Maybe it's just a tweak. Maybe what because you saw him just like like every other Achilles injury. It's just this but Kobe limped over there knocked down two free throws and then limped off the court and so even in those moments. We're all hoping and thinking for the best. Like oh well if obviously if he can he can do that right. Yeah maybe it's just a pull. Maybe it's a strain. Maybe it's a and and it was just I. It's just one of those things that like very rarely is like the real life thing like a movie very rarely right. There's no way that you can you know guys'll Derek jeter tiger woods when they Michael Jordan very you know our greatest heroes a Lotta Times. There's the story seems like a movie and even him coming back and maybe they they didn't get to the the level that they wanted to later in his career but for him to end on the note that he did is something that no one could right. I don't even think he could and the Kobe story is complicated. He did not live a perfect life he was not a saint. The sexual assault charge in Colorado is going to be part of his story. There is no criminal conviction him but there was a civil settlement He did issue a public apology. And then I saw him really spend serious effort through the rest of his life in working on how he treated women how he talked to women what he did for women and for me. That meant a lot that he wanted to do better and we saw him and what he did for Women's sports he was one of the loudest Advocates College Basketball Games. WNBA game supporting the US Women's national soccer team Oregon. Sabrina Sabrina Ionescu just broken up before her game yesterday thinking about her friend. Kobe Richard his impact on Women's sports. I mean talked to. Ah Yeah if you look at Steph curry and you WANNA know one way to really involve a women's sports have daughters that are passionate about it and see somebody that your daughter you you want those role models that your daughters look to to support and he was again like you said one of the loud voices when you got a guy that magnitude chip in to women's sports it has a tremendous impact. And you know you talk about the course of his life. You're right. He was not a perfect human. And I think that's what connected us to him as we watched him from a seventeen year old boy growing to this man that we come to know as Kobe Bryant and wasn't flawless. Would we love a bottom. He was always trying to get better yes he was always trying to get there. So that's what we love about him. We Love the journey of the man trying to try for perfection and in so many ways right so many things that he felt like I could do better every time we see him for he came back stronger in better and it just meant a lot to so many here. Thank you guys so much for everything today. I want to thank everyone who joined the show. Our condolences go out the entire families of Kobe. Jonah all seven other people who were lost in the accident in honor of Kobe. We're going to end the show with twenty four seconds of Silence.

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"kobe" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

06:34 min | 7 months ago

"kobe" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Because the league is so so competitive in so good and the one thing i will say do you remember when dan dockage did maryland's it right from the get go early in in maryland's big ten life dockage did a couple of games at xfinity center and he was in love with xfinity entity center and he talked about oh my god this may be the best environment in the big ten and he's like but you know you're merrill jesse you know you're in the big ten now you can have some places to go to and i thought who the hell is this guy have you have you ever heard of cameron indoor have you ever heard of the dean dome have you ever heard of u. haul back in the day or carmichael back in the day or little john back in the day i mean they're the had some had plenty of venues that were really difficult to play in not to mention marilyn's to coalfield house and xfinity center senator but i have to say that this big ten for basketball you take northwestern out of the equation is there a place you go to penn state's not a great home environment penn state northwestern and the only to every other home venue is first rate like by the way and has real history assembly hall may may be number one i dunno east lansing breslin center maryland's clearly in the top three in this league in terms of home environment west lafayette the the produce got a great home environment illinois hasn't been good recent years but when they've been good basketball they've we've had a great home environment what again michigan chrysler you know yes it's it is really a grind in turgeon said on friday i think it was he said look part of this this year of of the row teams having a difficult time in this league is that everybody's good this year northwestern was close against ohio state last night at home they've been close against everybody but anyway the stigma thing thing i'm fine with it i'm really not that overly worked up about it i don't think it's classless i think it's emotional i think it's competitive i i understand from a coach's perspective and i guarantee you if i were the coach in that position i wouldn't want my players doing that necessarily but at the same time back in the locker room i might i'd say that was awesome in we we came back from six down in the final minute won a game and jalen is all fired up and he's feeling himself now i mean he's confident some of that i i like i'm one last thing before before i run so yesterday in the proble which i did not watch any of them but i was told that they had this rule in place did you see this for onside kicks the rules proposed last year by baliles denver exactly where instead of an onside sidekick you can take the ball at your own twenty five yard line for four th and ten and then a fourth and fifth team excuse me yes fourth and fifteen and so whatever happens on that play get stopped they get the ball there if you make it you keep the ball in it's fourth and fifteen at the twenty five yard line i actually love the idea i really do love the idea but with that said and yesterday i think it was kirk cousins who was the quarterback for the play i think realized they haven't yet cousins apparently i didn't see the any of the pro bowl because apparently came in is the third quarterback for the NFC behind breeze and wilson i guess he was was he the first alternate after rogers dropped out probably probably maybe dak why wouldn't have dak played i dunno whatever but apparently he had thrown for two touchdowns and and it was a close game and they chose the on side kick you know alternative and they didn't make it i was told i didn't see the play but i was thinking about this especially especially with the super bowl upcoming like if i were the redskins and the chiefs jazz scored to make it you know thirty eight thirty four that'd be a good game do your part of let's make it more realistic redskins twenty seven to twenty one you know and they're lining up for we probably shouldn't take the chiefs and say twenty seven twenty yeah but i but my point is if you're the chiefs in your mahomes like the mahomes russell wilson's stuff yes the fourth and fifteen isn't enough off it should be portland twenty i mean i think fourth in twenty more reflects the probability of an onside kick or increases it just slightly fourth and fifteen i dunno for mahomes wouldn't that be like thirty percent at least i yeah i mean especially when you now now against certain defenses like you're almost throwing it up and hoping for a flag if nothing else i mean he's going to do is move around a little bit and all of a sudden areas tire kills wide open all of a sudden if they adopted and i was andy reid i would at least strongly look at it doesn't matter when the game is i'm just going for because why not i know that's that's sort of my point i mean you don't want to give up field position you know at the twenty five yard line that that much but certainly i think that i don't know maybe it's fourth with an eighteen that needs to happen fourth and fifteen for certain teams in certain quarterbacks is going to be so much higher erin than the than what they're looking for the onside kick probability to be let's just say they would like onsite kicks to be recovered instead of six percent of the time which at its way down you know they want it to the whatever it used to be twelve percent eleven percent of the time fourteen percent fourth and fifteen is for too many teams is gonna be the twenty five to thirty five percent probability maybe not thirty five but i would say definitely a one in four i'd say twenty five percent chance chance for russell wilson aaron rodgers patrick mahomes certain teams and that makes that that thing too high to make football really the interesting at the same time but if i'm if i'm the team that's i i'd much rather see kansas city lineup and trying onside kick then have mahomes go for a fourth and fifteen the i think the targets on you want something that can be converted like ten to fifteen percent of the time yeah i think that's the target onside kick where it's at like three percent now or whatever you're right it's way too low that's gotten out of control the other way i think ten to fifteen where you're shooting for all right that is it we're done and for the day enjoy the rest of the day back tomorrow with tommy.

maryland dan xfinity
"kobe" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

06:34 min | 7 months ago

"kobe" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Because the league is so so competitive in so good and the one thing i will say do you remember when dan dockage did maryland's it right from the get go early in in maryland's big ten life dockage did a couple of games at xfinity center and he was in love with xfinity entity center and he talked about oh my god this may be the best environment in the big ten and he's like but you know you're merrill jesse you know you're in the big ten now you can have some places to go to and i thought who the hell is this guy have you have you ever heard of cameron indoor have you ever heard of the dean dome have you ever heard of u. haul back in the day or carmichael back in the day or little john back in the day i mean they're the had some had plenty of venues that were really difficult to play in not to mention marilyn's to coalfield house and xfinity center senator but i have to say that this big ten for basketball you take northwestern out of the equation is there a place you go to penn state's not a great home environment penn state northwestern and the only to every other home venue is first rate like by the way and has real history assembly hall may may be number one i dunno east lansing breslin center maryland's clearly in the top three in this league in terms of home environment west lafayette the the produce got a great home environment illinois hasn't been good recent years but when they've been good basketball they've we've had a great home environment what again michigan chrysler you know yes it's it is really a grind in turgeon said on friday i think it was he said look part of this this year of of the row teams having a difficult time in this league is that everybody's good this year northwestern was close against ohio state last night at home they've been close against everybody but anyway the stigma thing thing i'm fine with it i'm really not that overly worked up about it i don't think it's classless i think it's emotional i think it's competitive i i understand from a coach's perspective and i guarantee you if i were the coach in that position i wouldn't want my players doing that necessarily but at the same time back in the locker room i might i'd say that was awesome in we we came back from six down in the final minute won a game and jalen is all fired up and he's feeling himself now i mean he's confident some of that i i like i'm one last thing before before i run so yesterday in the proble which i did not watch any of them but i was told that they had this rule in place did you see this for onside kicks the rules proposed last year by baliles denver exactly where instead of an onside sidekick you can take the ball at your own twenty five yard line for four th and ten and then a fourth and fifth team excuse me yes fourth and fifteen and so whatever happens on that play get stopped they get the ball there if you make it you keep the ball in it's fourth and fifteen at the twenty five yard line i actually love the idea i really do love the idea but with that said and yesterday i think it was kirk cousins who was the quarterback for the play i think realized they haven't yet cousins apparently i didn't see the any of the pro bowl because apparently came in is the third quarterback for the NFC behind breeze and wilson i guess he was was he the first alternate after rogers dropped out probably probably maybe dak why wouldn't have dak played i dunno whatever but apparently he had thrown for two touchdowns and and it was a close game and they chose the on side kick you know alternative and they didn't make it i was told i didn't see the play but i was thinking about this especially especially with the super bowl upcoming like if i were the redskins and the chiefs jazz scored to make it you know thirty eight thirty four that'd be a good game do your part of let's make it more realistic redskins twenty seven to twenty one you know and they're lining up for we probably shouldn't take the chiefs and say twenty seven twenty yeah but i but my point is if you're the chiefs in your mahomes like the mahomes russell wilson's stuff yes the fourth and fifteen isn't enough off it should be portland twenty i mean i think fourth in twenty more reflects the probability of an onside kick or increases it just slightly fourth and fifteen i dunno for mahomes wouldn't that be like thirty percent at least i yeah i mean especially when you now now against certain defenses like you're almost throwing it up and hoping for a flag if nothing else i mean he's going to do is move around a little bit and all of a sudden areas tire kills wide open all of a sudden if they adopted and i was andy reid i would at least strongly look at it doesn't matter when the game is i'm just going for because why not i know that's that's sort of my point i mean you don't want to give up field position you know at the twenty five yard line that that much but certainly i think that i don't know maybe it's fourth with an eighteen that needs to happen fourth and fifteen for certain teams in certain quarterbacks is going to be so much higher erin than the than what they're looking for the onside kick probability to be let's just say they would like onsite kicks to be recovered instead of six percent of the time which at its way down you know they want it to the whatever it used to be twelve percent eleven percent of the time fourteen percent fourth and fifteen is for too many teams is gonna be the twenty five to thirty five percent probability maybe not thirty five but i would say definitely a one in four i'd say twenty five percent chance chance for russell wilson aaron rodgers patrick mahomes certain teams and that makes that that thing too high to make football really the interesting at the same time but if i'm if i'm the team that's i i'd much rather see kansas city lineup and trying onside kick then have mahomes go for a fourth and fifteen the i think the targets on you want something that can be converted like ten to fifteen percent of the time yeah i think that's the target onside kick where it's at like three percent now or whatever you're right it's way too low that's gotten out of control the other way i think ten to fifteen where you're shooting for all right that is it we're done and for the day enjoy the rest of the day back tomorrow with tommy.

maryland dan xfinity
"kobe" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

12:20 min | 7 months ago

"kobe" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"We can say whatever be one about turgeon you can say whatever you want about their team they are dangerous they they can in have the ability on any given night to put it together and beat anybody in the country they have that kind of ability i love linda linda constructed to you know i think he should play seaborn shoot more but they got into that situation where you want to my age because they're getting out rebounded a little bit so he had him in there actually thought he sub too much for for sticks once or twice it certainly in the first half i think it was we gave them arrest maybe for the under eight and i'm like don't do that sticks doesn't have one foul how he's been late game we had a couple of free throws and he was getting a breather there play your best players you know he is i mean cowan played thirty six minutes sticks played thirty thirty five and he got good contributions i mean i like the way sarah smith is defending and i don't mind when he shoots it he's not the greatest a ball handlers necessarily thoroughly as a hell of a basketball game i hell of a basketball game on a truly strange and bizarre and surreal day because of of of what was going on in los angeles but maryland wins it and you know for all those people that were tweeting me and friends the miners saying dude come on you can't lose to wisconsin because you can't get the ball inbounds and it was frustrating it was i was you know the bad that inbounds pass was bad but they played well against wisconsin and if you look at maryland they've now won six of eight games and they've only played poorly in one game in that was the game at iowa and since iowa just as a matter of fact since iowa beat maryland on that night they've now won four in a row okay and they're ranked and they beat rutgers over the weekend rutgers has been rolling they beat michigan last week so iowa our rankings out yet for today because maryland's going down yeah i was gonna jump up yeah they usually come out around noon so not quite okay so i was gonna jump up from nineteenth to inside the top fifteen maryland's gonna clearly move up from seventeenth seventeenth inside the top fifteen so thursday night in college park with the students finally back you got a big time match up and i think we talked about it on friday and how many big games maryland has their schedule and winning sunday we both said it this would be a massive win for those of you saying this tergence best road win never shut up in the end is not even ranked i know that they hadn't won at indiana i understand that maryland won a lot of road games i know that they haven't won a lot of road games against ranked teams that he you know iowa last week was the first time that that's happened they've won plenty of road games okay against good opponents during the turgeon and era i don't consider that to be the greatest road and i think he was a big win don't get me wrong it was a really big win and important win because it keeps them in that top two two three in the big ten only a game behind believe it or not illinois but the upcoming games for them all right listen to this i would home thursday night i was been playing great they're going to be in the top fifteen fifteen when they come in here thursday night and they got pummeled by iowa in iowa city then they're gonna play rutgers who is playing exceptionally well they were ranked twenty fourth last tweak or rutgers yeah records was ranked twenty fourth and they wanna game last week in lost a game last week right the nebraska lost at iowa lost but a close game they may not they may not fall at all they it wouldn't shock me they're still twenty five or so yeah and then they get illinois in this is the real surprise of the big ten illinois currently in first place in the big ten after beating michigan they've won six games in a row including two three on the road a k a league league that you have not been able to win on the road this year the ally and i have one at wisconsin at purdue in michigan in the last three weeks and they play minnesota on thursday and they've been other game on sunday okay iowa and then they get maryland at home maryland's game in their win over for illinois is one of only two big ten losses for illinois and remember marilyn was down big in that game and came back and took pretty much they're only lead on that cowan three to win it fifty nine fifty eight and that's going to be a game that we look back on and maryland fans are going to be very thankful that they got illinois early on because brad underwood there would completely changed his system this year he figured it wasn't what he was doing wasn't working in the big ten he studied he just kinda changed this whole system and and it took a little while to implement that's why took a weird loss to miami why lost not necessarily lost weight loss to missouri but all of a sudden it seems to be working and they've reeled off six straight cowan hit that three to tie it and then got stealing got on the other end of the a wild ending and it was pretty much the last time the students were still in college park for a game because that was in december so you should have phenomenal environments but marilyn's i mean look they've got they've got illinois illinois iowa they've got two games michigan state they have two games with curse they still play michigan they still play ohio state on the road they still play a ohio state and they don't they play minnesota i think they play minnesota on the road as well they may have another game against northwestern you've you've got right now january twenty seven we got a month and a half before the tournament starts and you're going to have eight to ten ten maryland basketball games that are going to be considered heavyweight twenty twenty college basketball matchups the rest of the way those two games with michigan state the one one in east lansing which is they they play their first in then here in late february both of those games have not been assigned time yet yet because both of those potentially are ESPN game day sites i don't think ESPN game days been backed college they were there for the duke you came in oh five or six something like five five they haven't been back since wow that's unbelievable yeah of course part of that is we don't have we haven't had for six years there's a big maryland duke or maryland carolina game in college park were still getting used to what our big games in the big ten arbat maryland's right there a game out of first and and then aaron after you know a a massive win for marilyn and really one of those stunning sort of you know come from behind wins in the final minute of a game jalen stick smith really showed the kind of of three to one and then erin became the very end of the game after maryland had one and after indiana admits that final shot in jalen sticks smith who clearly more likely than not what had been heckled by in indiana fan base or group fans or perhaps even an individual fan headed over towards the area of the court in which he was having an ongoing interaction with some of the fans in that you had seen it from a couple of minutes earlier in the game and basically started screaming my effing house okay to the point where he was demonstrative where people were throwing things at them from the crowd in and here comes turgeon sprinting across the cord and very emotionally grabbing jalen sand get out of here we don't do this and turgeon opened opened up i have not heard the press conference i'm going to watch it i read the the opening remarks where he spent you know a minute or two apologizing to indiana basketball who's your nation archie miller in the indiana fans and players for jalen you know doing doing what he was doing he said he jalen was taunting the crowd and said it's a great environment tough environment the emotion got him and we know this is maryland basketball ask welfare that's not jalen smith you know he's the opposite of his personality yeah and so in defended him in you know during that press conference by saying those of you you that no jalen that's not as personality that's not who he is and then jalen tweeted out something at the end apologizing as well so my reaction to this is not really worked up over the over jalen smith's reaction i sort of like the fire i like the intensity it's certainly something right understand the coaches reaction okay i do i understand that coaches reaction of we're gonna we're gonna win with class we're going to win uh with with understanding that we may be playing this team again in maybe a month in the big ten tournament or a month and a half or whatever but you know what i mean i'm a maryland basketball fan college park was the only place that coach k. wouldn't let his players come come to our his players family their families come to he wouldn't let his own family come to games college park i'm a maryland fan i remember when gravest vasquez used to taunt the fans at cameron indoor you know alabama when he took that last minute three against NC state ended the did the shimmy yeah yeah in so i it it seemed out of character completely for jalen we don't know what was being said i can tell you this that indiana fans according to a lot of big ten longtime big dent ten fans are really rough on the on the opponents in the same way that maryland fans tend to be really rough i mean you want to see behavior by fans towards a player go back and just see if you can find the f. JJ rettig chance you know the the things that the duke players had to put put up with so i i sort of understand it from every side i'm just telling that from my perspective i've no problem that he got super emotional final super hyped up super pissed at the interaction that he had during the game in the heckling that he was probably taking from the indiana fans and i saw a fire in his his belly that i hadn't really seen but we've seen here in the last few games and so i'm not really i'm not that worked up or upset about it to be honest with you i'm gonna take it a step farther i'm glad i'm happy to see it as you said i i wanted to see that fire it's part of basketball and as long as it doesn't cross any lines as long as he's not going into the standard of course and you know the the profanity to take to a to a different level in the this is my house my floor yeah no problem with that i i don't really think there's a way you can i don't know here's the thing about vasquez when vasquez used to interact with opposing fans there was sort of a lovable aspect to it and a good natured aspect to it on the fan by the time he got to be a senior and people newham in new you know i think a lot of ACC fans hated vascular hey i mean he took a lot of abuse and he loved it uh-huh well to the NC state one was after they were just channing racial slurs that in the whole game that's true and that either i think it may have been at virginia tech your yeah we had some of that in that game where he went for like forty one in double overtime double overtime on the road but you know it's it's sports it's emotional it's intense you know as a maryland basketball fan i've been looking for you know some real new rivalries he's new controversies to ourselves involved in while winning of course and because it's really been sort of a square peg into a round hole here for the first six seasons and now in six years i mean now we're sort of ingrained in this league and it's not always pleasant to be a part of this league but this year is really interesting interesting because the league is so so competitive in so good and the one thing i will say do you remember when dan dockage did maryland's it right.

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"kobe" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

12:20 min | 7 months ago

"kobe" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"We can say whatever be one about turgeon you can say whatever you want about their team they are dangerous they they can in have the ability on any given night to put it together and beat anybody in the country they have that kind of ability i love linda linda constructed to you know i think he should play seaborn shoot more but they got into that situation where you want to my age because they're getting out rebounded a little bit so he had him in there actually thought he sub too much for for sticks once or twice it certainly in the first half i think it was we gave them arrest maybe for the under eight and i'm like don't do that sticks doesn't have one foul how he's been late game we had a couple of free throws and he was getting a breather there play your best players you know he is i mean cowan played thirty six minutes sticks played thirty thirty five and he got good contributions i mean i like the way sarah smith is defending and i don't mind when he shoots it he's not the greatest a ball handlers necessarily thoroughly as a hell of a basketball game i hell of a basketball game on a truly strange and bizarre and surreal day because of of of what was going on in los angeles but maryland wins it and you know for all those people that were tweeting me and friends the miners saying dude come on you can't lose to wisconsin because you can't get the ball inbounds and it was frustrating it was i was you know the bad that inbounds pass was bad but they played well against wisconsin and if you look at maryland they've now won six of eight games and they've only played poorly in one game in that was the game at iowa and since iowa just as a matter of fact since iowa beat maryland on that night they've now won four in a row okay and they're ranked and they beat rutgers over the weekend rutgers has been rolling they beat michigan last week so iowa our rankings out yet for today because maryland's going down yeah i was gonna jump up yeah they usually come out around noon so not quite okay so i was gonna jump up from nineteenth to inside the top fifteen maryland's gonna clearly move up from seventeenth seventeenth inside the top fifteen so thursday night in college park with the students finally back you got a big time match up and i think we talked about it on friday and how many big games maryland has their schedule and winning sunday we both said it this would be a massive win for those of you saying this tergence best road win never shut up in the end is not even ranked i know that they hadn't won at indiana i understand that maryland won a lot of road games i know that they haven't won a lot of road games against ranked teams that he you know iowa last week was the first time that that's happened they've won plenty of road games okay against good opponents during the turgeon and era i don't consider that to be the greatest road and i think he was a big win don't get me wrong it was a really big win and important win because it keeps them in that top two two three in the big ten only a game behind believe it or not illinois but the upcoming games for them all right listen to this i would home thursday night i was been playing great they're going to be in the top fifteen fifteen when they come in here thursday night and they got pummeled by iowa in iowa city then they're gonna play rutgers who is playing exceptionally well they were ranked twenty fourth last tweak or rutgers yeah records was ranked twenty fourth and they wanna game last week in lost a game last week right the nebraska lost at iowa lost but a close game they may not they may not fall at all they it wouldn't shock me they're still twenty five or so yeah and then they get illinois in this is the real surprise of the big ten illinois currently in first place in the big ten after beating michigan they've won six games in a row including two three on the road a k a league league that you have not been able to win on the road this year the ally and i have one at wisconsin at purdue in michigan in the last three weeks and they play minnesota on thursday and they've been other game on sunday okay iowa and then they get maryland at home maryland's game in their win over for illinois is one of only two big ten losses for illinois and remember marilyn was down big in that game and came back and took pretty much they're only lead on that cowan three to win it fifty nine fifty eight and that's going to be a game that we look back on and maryland fans are going to be very thankful that they got illinois early on because brad underwood there would completely changed his system this year he figured it wasn't what he was doing wasn't working in the big ten he studied he just kinda changed this whole system and and it took a little while to implement that's why took a weird loss to miami why lost not necessarily lost weight loss to missouri but all of a sudden it seems to be working and they've reeled off six straight cowan hit that three to tie it and then got stealing got on the other end of the a wild ending and it was pretty much the last time the students were still in college park for a game because that was in december so you should have phenomenal environments but marilyn's i mean look they've got they've got illinois illinois iowa they've got two games michigan state they have two games with curse they still play michigan they still play ohio state on the road they still play a ohio state and they don't they play minnesota i think they play minnesota on the road as well they may have another game against northwestern you've you've got right now january twenty seven we got a month and a half before the tournament starts and you're going to have eight to ten ten maryland basketball games that are going to be considered heavyweight twenty twenty college basketball matchups the rest of the way those two games with michigan state the one one in east lansing which is they they play their first in then here in late february both of those games have not been assigned time yet yet because both of those potentially are ESPN game day sites i don't think ESPN game days been backed college they were there for the duke you came in oh five or six something like five five they haven't been back since wow that's unbelievable yeah of course part of that is we don't have we haven't had for six years there's a big maryland duke or maryland carolina game in college park were still getting used to what our big games in the big ten arbat maryland's right there a game out of first and and then aaron after you know a a massive win for marilyn and really one of those stunning sort of you know come from behind wins in the final minute of a game jalen stick smith really showed the kind of of three to one and then erin became the very end of the game after maryland had one and after indiana admits that final shot in jalen sticks smith who clearly more likely than not what had been heckled by in indiana fan base or group fans or perhaps even an individual fan headed over towards the area of the court in which he was having an ongoing interaction with some of the fans in that you had seen it from a couple of minutes earlier in the game and basically started screaming my effing house okay to the point where he was demonstrative where people were throwing things at them from the crowd in and here comes turgeon sprinting across the cord and very emotionally grabbing jalen sand get out of here we don't do this and turgeon opened opened up i have not heard the press conference i'm going to watch it i read the the opening remarks where he spent you know a minute or two apologizing to indiana basketball who's your nation archie miller in the indiana fans and players for jalen you know doing doing what he was doing he said he jalen was taunting the crowd and said it's a great environment tough environment the emotion got him and we know this is maryland basketball ask welfare that's not jalen smith you know he's the opposite of his personality yeah and so in defended him in you know during that press conference by saying those of you you that no jalen that's not as personality that's not who he is and then jalen tweeted out something at the end apologizing as well so my reaction to this is not really worked up over the over jalen smith's reaction i sort of like the fire i like the intensity it's certainly something right understand the coaches reaction okay i do i understand that coaches reaction of we're gonna we're gonna win with class we're going to win uh with with understanding that we may be playing this team again in maybe a month in the big ten tournament or a month and a half or whatever but you know what i mean i'm a maryland basketball fan college park was the only place that coach k. wouldn't let his players come come to our his players family their families come to he wouldn't let his own family come to games college park i'm a maryland fan i remember when gravest vasquez used to taunt the fans at cameron indoor you know alabama when he took that last minute three against NC state ended the did the shimmy yeah yeah in so i it it seemed out of character completely for jalen we don't know what was being said i can tell you this that indiana fans according to a lot of big ten longtime big dent ten fans are really rough on the on the opponents in the same way that maryland fans tend to be really rough i mean you want to see behavior by fans towards a player go back and just see if you can find the f. JJ rettig chance you know the the things that the duke players had to put put up with so i i sort of understand it from every side i'm just telling that from my perspective i've no problem that he got super emotional final super hyped up super pissed at the interaction that he had during the game in the heckling that he was probably taking from the indiana fans and i saw a fire in his his belly that i hadn't really seen but we've seen here in the last few games and so i'm not really i'm not that worked up or upset about it to be honest with you i'm gonna take it a step farther i'm glad i'm happy to see it as you said i i wanted to see that fire it's part of basketball and as long as it doesn't cross any lines as long as he's not going into the standard of course and you know the the profanity to take to a to a different level in the this is my house my floor yeah no problem with that i i don't really think there's a way you can i don't know here's the thing about vasquez when vasquez used to interact with opposing fans there was sort of a lovable aspect to it and a good natured aspect to it on the fan by the time he got to be a senior and people newham in new you know i think a lot of ACC fans hated vascular hey i mean he took a lot of abuse and he loved it uh-huh well to the NC state one was after they were just channing racial slurs that in the whole game that's true and that either i think it may have been at virginia tech your yeah we had some of that in that game where he went for like forty one in double overtime double overtime on the road but you know it's it's sports it's emotional it's intense you know as a maryland basketball fan i've been looking for you know some real new rivalries he's new controversies to ourselves involved in while winning of course and because it's really been sort of a square peg into a round hole here for the first six seasons and now in six years i mean now we're sort of ingrained in this league and it's not always pleasant to be a part of this league but this year is really interesting interesting because the league is so so competitive in so good and the one thing i will say do you remember when dan dockage did maryland's it right.

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"kobe" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

11:27 min | 7 months ago

"kobe" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"They have i mean you're crazy just try to be objective about it we can say whatever be one about turgeon you can say whatever you want about their team they are dangerous they they can in have the ability on any given night to put it together and beat anybody in the country they have that kind of ability i love linda linda constructed to you know i think he should play seaborn shoot more but they got into that situation where you went with because they're getting out rebounded a little bit so he had him in there actually thought he sub too much for for sticks once or twice it certainly in the first half i think it was we gave them arrest maybe for the under eight and i'm like don't do that sticks doesn't have one foul how he's been late game we had a couple of free throws and he was getting a breather there play your best players you know he is i mean cowan played thirty six minutes sticks played thirty thirty five and he got good contributions i mean i like the waist sarah smith is defending and i don't mind when he shoots it he's not the greatest a ball handlers necessarily thoroughly as a hell of a basketball game i hell of a basketball game on a truly strange and bizarre and surreal day because of of of what was going on in los angeles but maryland wins it and you know for all those people that were tweeting me and friends the miners saying dude come on you can't lose to wisconsin because you can't get the ball inbounds and it was frustrating it was i was you know the bad that inbounds pass was bad but they played well against wisconsin and if you look at maryland they've now won six of eight games and they've only played poorly in one game in that was the game at iowa and since iowa just as a matter of fact since iowa beat maryland on that night they've now won four in a row okay and they're ranked and they beat rutgers over the weekend rutgers has been rolling they beat michigan last week so iowa our rankings out yet for today because maryland's going down yeah i was gonna jump up yeah they usually come out around noon so not quite okay so i was gonna jump up from nineteenth to inside the top fifteen maryland's gonna clearly move up from seventeenth seventeenth inside the top fifteen so thursday night in college park with the students finally back you got a big time match up and i think we talked about it on friday and how many big games maryland has their schedule and winning sunday we both said it this would be a massive win for those of you saying this tergence best road win never shut up in the end is not even ranked i know that they hadn't won at indiana i understand that maryland won a lotta road games i know that they haven't won a lot of road games against ranked teams that he you know iowa last week was the first time that that's happened they've won plenty of road games okay against good opponents during the turgeon and era i don't consider that to be the greatest road and i think he was a big win don't get me wrong it was a really big win and important win because it keeps them in that top two two three in the big ten only a game behind believe it or not illinois but the upcoming games for them all right listen to this i would home thursday night i was been playing great they're going to be in the top fifteen fifteen when they come in here thursday night and they got pummeled by iowa in iowa city then they're gonna play rutgers who is playing exceptionally well they were ranked twenty fourth last tweak or rutgers yeah records was ranked twenty fourth and they wanna game last week in lost a game last week right the nebraska lost i lost a close close game they may not they may not fall at all they it wouldn't shock me they're still twenty five or so yeah and then they get illinois in this is the real surprise of the big ten illinois currently in first place in the big ten after beating michigan they've won six games in a row including two three on the road a k a league league that you have not been able to win on the road this year the ally and i have one at wisconsin at purdue in michigan in the last three weeks and they play minnesota on thursday and they've been other game on sunday okay iowa and then they get maryland at home maryland's game in their win over for illinois is one of only two big ten losses for illinois and remember marilyn was down big in that game and came back and took pretty much they're only lead on that cowan three to win it fifty nine fifty eight and that's going to be a game that we look back on and maryland fans are going to be very thankful that they got illinois early on because brad underwood there would completely changed his system this year he figured it wasn't what he was doing wasn't working in the big ten he studied he just kinda changed this whole system and and it took a little while to implement that's why took a weird loss to miami why lost not necessarily lost weight loss to missouri but all of a sudden it seems to be working and they've reeled off six straight cowan hit that three to tie it and then got stealing got on the other end of the a wild ending and it was pretty much the last time the students were still in college park for a game because that was in december so you should have phenomenal environments but marilyn's i mean look they've got they've got illinois illinois iowa they've got two games michigan state they have two games with curse they still play michigan they still play ohio state on the road they still play a ohio state and they don't they play minnesota i think they play minnesota on the road as well they may have another game against northwestern you've you've got right now january twenty seven we got a month and a half before the tournament starts and you're going to have eight to ten ten maryland basketball games that are going to be considered heavyweight twenty twenty college basketball matchups the rest of the way those two games with michigan state the one one in east lansing which is they they play their first and then here in late february both of those games have not been assigned time yet yet because both of those potentially are ESPN game day sites i don't think ESPN game days been backed college they were there for the duke you came in oh five or six something like five five they haven't been back since wow that's unbelievable yeah of course part of that is we don't have we haven't had for six years there's a big maryland duke or maryland carolina game in college park were still getting used to what our big games in the big ten arbat maryland's right there a game out of first and and then aaron after you know a a massive win for marilyn and really one of those stunning sort of you know come from behind wins in the final minute of a game jalen stick smith really showed the kind of of three to one and then erin became the very end of the game after maryland had one and after indiana admits that final shot in jalen sticks smith who clearly more likely than not what had been heckled by in indiana fan base or group of fans or perhaps even an individual fan headed over towards the area of the court in which he was having an ongoing interaction with some of the fans in that you had seen it from a couple of minutes earlier in the game and basically started screaming my effing house okay to the point where he was demonstrative where people were throwing things at them from the crowd in and here comes turgeon sprinting across the cord and very emotionally grabbing jalen sand get out of here we don't do this and turgeon opened opened up i have not heard the press conference i'm going to watch it i read the the opening remarks where he spent you know a minute or two apologizing to indiana basketball who's your nation archie miller in the indiana fans and players for jalen you know doing doing what he was doing he said he jalen was taunting the crowd and said it's a great environment tough environment the emotion got to him and we know this is maryland basketball ask welfare that's not jalen smith you know he's the opposite of his personality yeah and so in defended him in you know during that press conference by saying those of you you that no jalen that's not as personality that's not who he is and then jalen tweeted out something at the end apologizing as well so my reaction to this is not really worked up over the over jalen smith's reaction i sort of like the fire i like the intensity it's certainly something right understand the coaches reaction okay i do i understand that coaches reaction of we're gonna we're gonna win with class we're going to win uh with with understanding that we may be playing this team again in maybe a month in the big ten tournament or a month and a half or whatever but you know what i mean i'm a maryland basketball fan college park was the only place that coach k. wouldn't let his players come come to our his players family their families come to he wouldn't let his own family come to games college park maryland fan i remember when gravest vasquez used to taunt the fans at cameron indoor you know alabama when he took that last minute three against NC state ended the did the shimmy yeah yeah in so i it it seemed out of character completely for jalen we don't know what was being said i can tell you this that indiana fans according to a lot of big ten longtime big dent ten fans are really rough on the on the opponents in the same way that maryland fans tend to be really rough i mean you want to see behavior by fans towards a player go back and just see if you can find the f. JJ rettig chance you know the the things that the duke players had to put put up with so i i sort of understand it from every side i'm just telling that from my perspective i've no problem that he got super emotional final super hyped up super pissed at the interaction that he had during the game in the heckling that he was probably taking from the indiana fans and i saw a fire in his his belly that i hadn't really seen but we've seen here in the last few games and so i'm not really i'm not that worked up or upset about it to be honest with you i'm gonna take it a step farther i'm glad i'm happy to see it as you said i i wanted to see that fire it's part of basketball and as long as it doesn't cross any lines as long as he's not going into the standard of course and you know the the profanity to takes a to a to a different level in the this is my house my floor iii yeah no problem with that i i don't really think there's a way you can i don't know here's the thing about vasquez when vasquez used to interact with opposing fans there was sort of a lovable aspect to it and a good natured aspect to it on the fan by the time he got to be a senior and people newham in new you know i think a lot of ACC fans hated vascular hey i mean he took a lot of abuse and he loved it uh-huh well to the.

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"kobe" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

12:44 min | 7 months ago

"kobe" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"To activate the offer mybookie dot AG and then use my my promo code kevin kevin dc all right let's talk about what was going on in what you and i were both watching when the kobe news broke broke first of all i have not asked you aaron when it broke how did you find out or how did you find out about it you're obviously watching the maryland game i know that so oh i don't know there were like eight nine minutes left in the game somewhere around there ten minute mark of the second half what how did you handle it so i was i was just i was is in bed i had my laptop i was watching the game and all of a sudden i see like the very early one of the early tweets re tweets of TMZ and miami thing it was just kinda blasted out on texts and i watch thirty seconds of the game after it was on and i could hear you know i remember at the end saying oh in in maryland gets a big win i was like i kind of look like oh they they won okay but yeah for for those two minutes i was barely watching the game yeah because when the it i started to trickle out on social media maryland was down eight they had gone from up fourteen in the first half to down eight in the second half and the game let me just say this spectacular game which i recorded and went back and watched the final ten minutes of late last night because i really felt like i did not know what the hell was going on in those final ten minutes we were switching stations in watching the kobe stuff in on social media following the story but this game started with a first-half from maryland that followed the second half against northwestern that if you add the two together the back tobacco cabs they had scored ninety six points in those two halves fifty one in the second half northwestern forty five in the first half yesterday in bloomington against indiana and it was like doc i've mentioned about the northwestern game that he had gone to something that he typically hasn't done in the past i don't know how much he's really done and it's more of a five out free free flowing let your playmakers make plays couple of rules offense you know wasn't micromanaging each possession and it turned out you know really really well l. for them at northwestern soon as you go into indiana and in the first half i mean things are flowing now they're running more half court offense and more half court sets you you know than they did in the second half against northwestern but at one point maryland was shooting sixty seven percent and they were nine for thirteen from behind the arc early in that game they could not miss but either could indiana but maryland did build a fourteen point lead that was cut to nine at half and i swear to god i said to corbin at halftime erin and i go i'm gonna tell you right now there's going to be a point in the second half where maryland is going to trail in the game he's like they're up nine i'm like they're gonna be down at least one one at some point in this game well they weren't down one they were down eight within it was twenty th they out scott outscored twenty four to seven to start the second half and like the first six minutes indiana went eleven for thirteen to start that second half and with you know they built a sick the eight point lead was built here it is they won up eight with eleven forty five to go so an eight minutes and fifteen seconds back in stay at erased a nine point deficit and were up eight so there it is that was the twenty four seven stretch for them and then it was sort of the rest of the way a game in which maryland was hanging in there there are a couple of moments where it could have turned ugly indiana missed a couple of easy shots missed a couple of open threes is that could have extended you know a seven point lead to ten and then who knows but maryland hung in there they really did they hung in there they kept closing it back to six back to i five and then it got you know back to seven on a on a breakaway dunk right around four minutes to go and then i thought down the stretch the first first crucial play for the turps at seventy one sixty four down seven and you're heading for the under four time out indiana eric i alam l. a. misses a a tough dry baseline in a layup but it was a layup he should have made it they missed it and down comes indiana with a chance to stretch it to nine or ten and we're under four minutes now and they missed en- daryl more cell grabbed a key rebound and then he went coast to coast it wasn't smooth but he got to the rim he scored award got fouled they went to the under four television timeout maryland's down five and he's got a free throw on the other end they could have been up nine or ten but but instead they've got a chance to cut it to four which they did more cell did not play well in the first half at all he sat a lot net first-half looked like you know turgeon was a bit upset with him offensively defensively but we've seen this with their more cell before like in big moments down the stretch he comes up with clutch place ways so they that cut it to four then they fell behind by six seventy three sixty seven and then cowan makes a huge three you know off a off a hand off screen fra a hand off pass and then screened set simultaneously by sticks and he makes this three in its seventy four seventy but then they go up by six and now we're down to close to a minute to go and then sticks makes a driving layup which is not a comfort zone shot dot for him in fact i didn't like the shot at all but he made it and at seventy six seventy two with a minute to go maryland called their last time out after that bucket and they set up the pressure and they gotta steal cowan actually got his hands on a pass jalen smith came up with it they got it to wiggins and that's the shot right there erin because that's an impossible shot he is he was guarded it was contested he knocks down a deep three and with fifty seconds to go it's a one point game and and on the other end maryland gets a stop they don't have any timeouts left they get the rebound anthony cowan gets a quick you know high ball screen corrine from smith who dives to the paint cowan hits him he catches it puts it on the floor and scores i saw a lot of indiana people saying that jalen had walked worked on that plane no he didn't i mean what planet are you on to think that he traveled on that play tracy jackson davis on the other end on what should have been a game winner her for them clearly traveled or carried the ball and it wasn't called and you're not gonna get that call either but sticks made a really good catch got us got himself together to one hard dribble rebel and laid it in with fourteen and a half seconds to go and then merrill got the stop on the other end but it was really a lucky stop in many ways because indiana got hard to get anything better than basically typically uncontested from three feet because sticks was actually stumbling away from jackson davis who missed the floater and in maryland grabbed the rebound and they seventy seven to seventy six by scoring seven point straight to end the game after being down six crazy easy game both teams played well i the couple of things stood out before we get to what happened at the end of the game with jalen smith number one is this anthony cowan was was absolutely unguardable in this game on guard -able and what's really interesting is i got a lot of friends and you do too probably they'll they'll read the box scores as only six fifteen or the other night he was only two for ten or whatever watch the game okay he's impacting the game in many ways in on many nights without outscoring a lot or with bad shooting you know he can have it he's had it off night's shooting here recently but played very well he got wherever he wanted to go at any point he was the most difficult cover on the court i would like i am going to make time to go watch the arch i like watching the press conferences after it here the coaches i haven't heard archie miller but they had no answer no answer for cowan they also did not have an answer for sticks smith who got set up by cowan and i al a bunch in the game but but wow the jump that sticks his made here in the last couple of games air you know do you know how many people including my sons were massive maryland basketball fans who just thought sticks was way overrated for much of last year and this year and i kept saying when you got two first place playing the five spotty should be playing the four spot but but he's see how many times have i told you in the weeks since we've been doing the podcast i've said he's got to shoot more key shooting those threes he's got he's got one of the best strokes on the team four for six from behind the arc yesterday a career high twenty nine after setting a career high twenty five the other night another double double his third straight double double in this stretch of wins over purdue northwestern in indiana he was incredible yesterday dominant in more block shots yesterday he's he's got more lopa he's getting more comfortable with his post moves as of point probably three weeks ago oh i definitely had conversation where we were like oh there's no way he's a first rounder now at least we get him for another here so i don't know where exactly it happened how it happened but he's definitely kicked into a completely different gear his mentality just seems completely different yeah he was he was i'm not gonna say passive but he definitely wasn't assertive early on and now it seems it seems like he's in all right i'm not gonna you know it's cowan's team but he's the guy i mean sticks difference maker when you got a team and i was going to get to this point next but when you got a team that does have scores i'll talk about here about this momentarily and now you've got a guard a five-man out to the three point line and you've got guys like cowen who it with open with an open floor and open paint are gonna really really dice you up your dangerous so here's the other thing about maryland look we a lot of you think that i always get get way too excited after a win or two bullish in don't criticize them enough when they lose whatever had it i tell you how i feel and i've been critical last year was much more critical of this team in their pace of play particularly than i been about this team because this team does have scores they do have shooters maryland's three point percentage shooting this year's been terrible but i've multiple times i've said on this podcast on the radio show it doesn't make sense to me because you know wiggins has a great stroke cowan can really shoot it i alec can really shoot it jalen smith can really stroke it from deep dante scott can shoot it sorelle smith can shoot it and that you know remember with wiggins a couple times and i said to you they're going to be some of these there's going to be a night here where he's going to go five for for ten from from behind the arc and he's gonna end up with twenty six he's coming off the bench right now i don't think he's playing enough minutes i'll just tell you play twenty six minutes yesterday what while cowan going in smith got thirty six and thirty five respectively he's i think just as important in in some ways but whatever seems to be comfortable and he hit a huge three ended up with with eight points on two for five from behind the arc but they've got guys and see this is what makes them very very dangerous is more nights than not they're good good would defensive team i thought they were not very good defensively yesterday but i also give indiana credit archie miller runs great stuff they get the people open in didn't matter about zone or man i i mean i i don't know what turgeon was thinking in that bench was thinking 'cause they tried so so many things defensively and indiana kept getting shots at the rim they miss them in the first half they didn't miss any at the start of the second half but but they ran good zone stuff they ran good man stuff they got a good team they have a very good team they're fifteen and five in maryland our own had beaten them by sixteen or seventeen but they had a thirty point lead in the game in college park you know a month ago but but maryland is hard hard to cover and i know there have been these games were they've really struggled to score but i think it's a product of this league and how tough it is defensively and how tough it is on the road and how well scouted teams are but they have i mean you're crazy just try to be objective about it.

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"kobe" Discussed on First Take

First Take

08:56 min | 7 months ago

"kobe" Discussed on First Take

"He's Mike Meets Magic. There were some. I'm big shock. Who would dare the greatest athlete in the history of Sports Michael Jordan the most talented the hardest worker the most competitive the most successful? Who would dare try to match that? Not as something new six foot. Six shooting guard studied his mannerisms. Clearly as we all how did write his moves the way he dressed everyone. Kobe didn't say no watch this. I'm going to do in in chest. It's called an asymmetrical strategies. Someone opens one way if you counter with the same move since they have the initiative. You're always behind so there's something called an asymmetrical strategy. They opened one way. And you put pressure in in another way so you don't have to face them head on. Kobe said No. There's nothing GonNa be asymmetrical about my strategy. I'm going to do Mike better than Mike and he almost got there like. It's the most insanely competitive. No smoke and mirrors. I believe in myself the that we saw in that generation and the fact that that he would be the one to dare to do it and then basically do it is is a testament to the kind of belief the atom in himself and I think why he could be satisfied with himself in his second act conversations that Cobian. I've had over the years I would. I would submit to all of you. That the biggest reason why he was so happy now even more so than it is playing days is because he had more control over his own. Happiness you know when I was hosting quite frankly that was on. ESPN two from two. Two Thousand and five to two thousand and seven people were looking at me and they were talking about my interviewing skills and you know what had the potential to be one day and they looked at somebody like Oprah could be you and years to come copay came up to me and said an no disrespect to oprah whatsoever. He was like the hell with Oprah Harpo. It's not about being in front of the camera. It's about owning it. It's about owning your own product. It's about being control in control of of your own destiny. He never felt that way until the twilight years of his career. He comes into the league straight out of high school. He's got approved he's he's one of the early ones that depart from high school to come straight to the pros. Okay after Kevin Gone Net knows boys okay fine. So he's got something to prove He's an all star star before he's even a starter so he has to prove he's a starter he becomes a star but you haven't won a championship. You Win a championship but you you did. It was shot dead. Ultimately you do a without shack you carry your own team and people forget that that particular time when shack departure from the Los Angeles Lakers not shack but there were people in the NBA and the outskirts of La Community. Rather that wanted to who do serious harm to cope because they blamed him for shack. The party why was that significant because shack was the guy that shack a clause he will go into the community he was very filling philanthropy. Can what have you very charitable with. Its time and and an all the giving that he did they took it as a personal affront compromised because of Kobe Bryant and they wanted to do him homage shack ultimately stepped in and was like right now. This is just basketball. Don't lose perspective. You do nothing to that man. There were people literally who want to do harm to him. So what does Kobe Do. He's knows about all of this. He senses all of this and he says I'm GonNa make everybody love me again because I'm going to deliver the one thing that they value and that's championships. And so he i. He demands trade then after that the Trade Kwame Brown acquired Pago so he goes to three consecutive. NBA Finals. He went back to back. Titles you know over Orlando over Boston okay. So then that question was answered. Then okay okay. What are you going to do here because Lebron boys go to Miami Kobe's ready to go? But the Gaza fading then ultimately coaching changes injuries. These comments to play and whatever everywhere he turned there was always a question to be answered questions from somebody else that he had to answer about his life his career his destiny is vision. What his goals should be and then ultimately he retires from the game of basketball and the question stop them from everywhere else but in his own self? He had questions questions that he wanted to answer for him. But he was no longer feeling the need to defer or or to you know capitulate a two or to appease anybody else other than himself the happiness Katie from he had control as far as the legacy. I WanNa ask you you this. My Dad always says this quote how you do anything is how you do everything and I feel like he did everything with excellence and he inspired so many people including myself. You see a picture. Sure Kobe to step your game up. You want to hone your craft in another level and I think how he led. He was a trail blazer. He was a pioneer. Can you speak to some of that as his legacy legacy inspiring others shore. I mean he inspired athletes in all sports as Laura eluded to I think he inspires people outside of the world sports he certainly transcended sports in his impact in the people. Who cared for him he? He's spawned a generation of people. who were Kobe fans? who weren't even Laker Fans Ryan Clark who we all know and Love was? He texted me yesterday. Saying I never met the man and I'm crying. I'm sitting in my house crying right now for man that I never ever met Ryan Clark will tell you he's not a Laker Fan. He's a Kobe Fan Kobe hat. He inspired a Phantom of passion. His fans that was unique. It was actually even even different. I covered Michael Jordan. That's how I start. We all came to this from different places. I started in Chicago covering Michael Jordan. Michael Jordan was beloved everywhere including I fans of teams that wanted to beat him but there there is a specific passion. And I can't put my finger on how diagram there are Lakers fans and there are Kobe Fan. And there's an overlap but they're not all right and that's exactly right and even Jordan didn't inspire that there is a passionate dedication education amongst the hardcore. Kobe Fan that I think you're you're touching on campus. He created sadder version. Why did he he may want to be a better version of our he created stands? Kobe was the embodiment of practice. Makes Perfect. It's perfect practice makes perfect perfect. You take your passion and you work it until your craft is perfect. That's and because of that because you put in the work and it wasn't just going through the motions but it was with your passion at that point. Kobe always believed he was going to win. He had perfect self confidence But it wasn't just kind of baseless faith it was faith because he put in the work and therefore had no talent right and it was born of his passion for the game. So I think anyone I think you just mentioned molly. You had a an image of Kobe. You were inspired. Because it's it's like this. What is this thing that I loved to do and if I really love it and want to be great at it I have to work it until I know? There's nothing else to work and I got it. I didn't don't even want to do the show today. I felt sick to my stomach in Mamba Mentalities in my mind you gotta power through it. You know one thing that I would say to about what Kobe brings brings to the table. Just From a legacy standpoint is the credibility that he lends to anything that he puts his stamp on and I would put women's sports in that category specifically glee the WNBA and and just the work that he did to add credibility where look there should be embedded credibility. But there's not all the time and for Kobe to stand on anything and say that it was good or that it had potential was to mean that it would instantly be looked at differently and in a more positive light and I think that's one of the things that makes all of us want to be better when you think about him and there's a genuine quality because he opened himself up to be viewed by everybody in in any number of ways that then he can look at everything from that standpoint. And that's how. I started champing women in Sports. By the way I love the question with. Oh Steven A.. Because what is it. I can't answer.

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"kobe" Discussed on Big Time Basketball

Big Time Basketball

08:01 min | 7 months ago

"kobe" Discussed on Big Time Basketball

"You know right now. I was thinking because I'm always trying to put myself in and like Kobe shoes. Would he would be thinking right now and you know when he he probably would tell the world on more the more my daughter please. I'm okay more my door this with Kobe probably would say right now. Like it's just like I mean just like McDonald's APP if I'm wrong or right but I don't know if I ever met a guy like Cova Eh. Not Mitts Li like the Milton toughness. How strong he was? I don't know if I ever seen a guy like Kobe. Bryant on and off the court I have now perk. You're exactly right. I mean his his work ethic his mentality talked a lot about the Mama mentality but it almost didn't seem real you. Some of the stories seem like fictional. There's no way he was up at four. Am in the gym. There's no way that in his last NBA Gay game in two thousand sixteen. When I was general manager of the Phoenix Suns the team came off the court in a bunch of guys stopped on the way down to the locker rooms rudy? There's a video room where the video guy said a approximate coaches offices in just about every player in uniform who could fit into the room sat there because the Lakers game was a little behind our game. It was still going on. I believe they're playing the Utah Jazz to watch coby Bryan score sixty points in an NBA game in his in his late thirties. And then the stories about well. He was at his office working on the next chapter of his life with us. Businesses at eight. AM The next day. That doesn't seem possible. Who does that is? Kobe did Kobe. Not many others would do that. And and so. That's the kind of the second chapter. The first for me is is the Celtics years alongside Kendrick in scale and the great teams. We had in Boston. The second is as jam and the sons from two thousand thirteen to twenty eighteen eighteen. All of the young players are best player in particular in Devon Booker. They idolize Kobe. The they looked up to the guy. And and you talk to kids some. We hadn't phoenix some some in the pre-draft process that we didn't acquire what you ask them. Who Do you model your game after? Who's your favorite player? It was coby coby coby over and over again and so so just the respect that those guys had for him. A competitor in Phoenix got a lot of attention here in his last game against the suns against Devon Booker favorite player of of all time. They're playing a game in Memphis. It's about to start right now. And I imagine Devon is Gut it knowing him like I do and in. Kobe signed shoes. They said book be legendary. Sorry just seeing how much that meant to Devon as a young player. The Kobe not only knew who he was that he respected him. I remember Kobe telling Devon Kobe was guarding. Devon Devon tried to move movin Kobe say. Hey you can't do my move that's my we can't steal my move and endemic thought that was great coke. Kobe realize the impact he on Devon while he was still playing in his last years. There's a Laker. You know all this. I mean it's. It's maybe trivial but I think on days like today's important to remember the good times and just the impact. He had on people in short time on this Earth Earth which which for me you know transcended sports and really is another reason. This is such an awful day. LISTEN TO RADIO DOT COM sports. I'm Steve cerruti alongside Oxide former sons Jim Ryan mcdonagh NBA champion Kendrick Perkins Talking about the life and the unfortunate death of of the legend Kobe Bryant and just a couple of things that we've been pass as long trae young tonight is wearing number eight in honor of Kobe. Bryant they took an eight second backcourt violation. We've seen in the rapper spurs game Both of their games. I think I believe there was a twenty ninety. Four second shot violation to start the start the game in honor of number twenty four Kobe and there was a guy who owned two numbers in the NBA. In was it was almost like you know he was two different guys in those two numbers as well. I think it's interesting to Ryan that you know you. How many guys are growing up idolizing? Kobe Bryant wanting to be like Kobe Bryant but the really only is one Kobe Bryant with the talent and in that mindset like you know how hard was it sometimes. It'd be like I know that you want to be like Kobe. I know you wanNA play like Kobe. Kobelco there's only one koby like there's only one really great all-time great player that can be that way and it was Kobe Bryant. What was it like trying to get the best out of guys because we know we know Koby as you said like with Devon Booker like? Kobe was always willing to help guys out as rick. bucur join Israel. He said he wouldn't give away all but secrets but he would tell you how to work. And how to be the best guy you could beat around. Butler told us that multiple times that he sort of changed the way he thought about his career. What was it like like you know you because you were? GM and assistant jam and the time that Kobe was there when a lot of guys came up looking. You know wanting to be the next Kobe Bryant. What was that like kind of scouting those guys and knowing that that brand ran a basketball with what a Lotta guys wanted to play like well it was something where you try to figure out how to deliver the message to young players? That don't try to be like Kobe because you can't can't do what he does. It was beautiful. It was poetry in motion. As you guys know that's part of the reason that he was so popular as a player with the turnaround fadeaways in the step back up and under one of things that came to mind. I'd be interested to get perks. Take on this. As well was how creative he was as a player. I mean. Remember the one handed shots. I mean he chewed one one handed right handed and left hand in one of the things. I remember in the finals. When we played the Lakers I camera for his two thousand and eight or two thousand ten where Cerruti in the finals team sent as you can imagine they send a bunch of plays into the League office looking for any kind of advantage whether it's fouls traveling calls at Lakers sent a bunch of film on Paul Pierce Saint? Paul was traveling and and we sent a few plays in on Kobe. He had this mover. You kind of do an fake and step through and we travel in the leaks. Actually it's not and so we went and looked at the rule book and he said Yeah. That's right how come nobody does that. Then we we started laughing and we said well. Nobody can do that or nobody knows to do that. And that was Kobe athleticism to do it in the mentality to do it. which perk imagine made him extremely difficult to guard? Now you right right. And Look I'm glad you know nickleback ah just host Rudy through what I told you at the top. Put a show about US though Celtics in Boston Gays Ryan Man. Listen we came to the point where we was like. You know what we're just GonNa let Cole. Oh begin he is and we gotta take everyone else out. And hopefully he stroked all we can do is make him. We could contest put a hand up. I mean obviously you guys did a great job but you know the only person that was stopping. Kobe was code. I don't give a damn if men cagey was going trapped or whatever the case may be you you just had the wish and pray that he had off night and I was telling Ryan I was telling them to rudy. Remember game seven of the finals. The the one that we loud that I didn't play and Kobe was like six twenty four from the field right but he hit eighteen rebounds. And I'm thinking had eleven offensive rebounds like that's how bad he wanted like you can't teach K.. Stopped it as wheel like as just like I mean he. He was just differ man. He was different like you know a Lotta guys. Try to compel you say man. He could be. Kobe was in the League of your mom. He was in a legal result. Most guys we're going to We're going to wrap it up here. We are going to have more reaction tomorrow on Gal Pals mcdonagh Nile beyond starting at eleven eastern time with more reaction on the life in the passing of Kobe. Bryant a legend No passing away tragically in a helicopter accident today at the age to forty one Ryan I appreciate you hopping on. I'll talk to you tomorrow. We're going to be back with more gas and more perspective. Here's looking forward to talking to you about that. Because at this point I mean for for for as much of a tragedy is what what is the the the great thing is we can look back at great moments that we had and I mean we haven't even gotten even scratched the surface on all the things that we loved about Kobe. And that we you know you know that that made him one of the most memorable players of all times. I want to thank you for hopping on per thank you as well for on short notice. I know what is such a really difficult time for you to hop on his law and give you a perspective so I want to thank both of you a ton. Yeah no problem man Ryan Cerruti. I have a good day man. Remember what would Koby Duma. That's what I'm standing about. Twenty or in sports a live by live by the man Ryan. Thanks so much. We'll talk to everybody tomorrow..

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