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Fresh update on "louisville" discussed on CBS Sports Radio
"Quakes. 10 15 sports leader. Good teams. The NFC by the way, um for me, uh, And I think both Ravens and keeps our superior teams but then afterwards The Texans. The Raiders stealers. Uh, anybody coming out of the A F East? I know the Patriot's one last week, and I still think they'll find a way to win that division this year, But the bills are day Super Bowl contender in my mind. You got two A t A F C u Got a bunch in the NFC San Francisco? Certainly, Seattle. Certainly Packers. Certainly iding the Vikings are in the mix. Uh, the saint. Certainly The Falcons disappointed me last week and I thought they were double digit win team. I'm not moving off that yet because they got beat by Seattle. Another one of the very good teams in the NFC, Um The East comes up a little weak in both conferences for me, the Eagles with a very disappointing loss against the Redskins on the Cowboys end up losing to the Rams on the road. Giantsloss. So the Washington football team is the only undefeated team in the NFC East. So I don't know You're getting a double digit win team out of that conference, but that I rattled off about five or six teams that I think are legit Super Bowl contenders. In the NFC and Green Bay package is certainly one of them. Andrew and George is up on CBS Sports Radio. Hello, Andrew. Hey, I thought that was a really nice wind by the Miami hurricanes. But try to find out how much to read into that. Does that tell you more about the hurricanes of the Louisville Cardinals. The defense didn't really seem to hold up that well, but it didn't really matter causes every time you turn around, they just scored again. On one place in my right eye. I saw a great stat and I was watching hockey. Ah N B, A and Louisville and Miami all at the same time, so I didn't see all the place by so one great stat. They put upon the boy in the I think it was in the 4th 3rd Quarter. Um Louisville had AH 22 plays. And scored 14 points. Miami had two plays and scored 14 points. Eso Miami had time of possession. Nine minutes and 48 seconds. Miami ad 43 seconds or something ridiculous like that so and show you that Miami has huge, big playability. And they were the better football team, So that's a nice wind for them tonight. Yes, man. Idiot. Supposed to be his defense. He was a defensive, You know, be a specialty, but this is really I'll do a little bit worried about my defense. They wouldn't getting a breather every time that the office of core and they'd have to go back out there again and then another methodical, long possession, But eventually it just a quick strike one out, obviously so I don't know if you're a defense. Can you really complain when your offense scores 42 points? How they score the point? Hey, slow it down a little bit. Let us get a rest. Don't score seven points that quickly. I That always makes me Ah gives me the heebie DBS when I hear it about an offense scoring too fast. Every every few years. I hear like you back, and then they kind of tease you a little bit in them and never really held up And I'm not ready to proclaim that yet or anything, by any means. They're nowhere near that. I don't think but I think it's a really good sign. I just I think we'll know more next week, and we'll just see how the kids going exactly right now you've got to read on your team. Very good. Appreciate. Call Greg in California's up on CBS Sports Radio. Yo, Greg. Tony Mack. How you pay 1960 when the Lakers came for Minneapolis Tail, eh? I was 14 years old. Okay? And from the time they came here, always up till Yesterday. I have never been embarrassed by any Laker player. Who Did anything that would have caused same to the team and to the fans. But now I am a seemed of LeBron James. We're being such a big baby. And complaining about the fact that he didn't wear the MVP and and all those other profanity. No, it's stupid stuff that the man is to me a 35 year old Emma tour, baby. And I'm really a shame even though I'm a huge Laker fan, Want them to win and LeBron may cause them to win and all that, but I still don't excuse him for being an absolute idiot. Or what he said. I couple takes back No one. It's the Lakers haven't always been the purest team. Some of their players have say, made mistakes and said some foolish things in fighting between Kobe and Shaq and Kobe. He's Dalian's in the hotel. When he was still playing Eso. It isn't like they have been de Marquis above the fray at Old times franchise in history, the MBA, so I gotta Pull you back a couple of steps on OK now as Faras one James goes. I'm a big fan. I'm a defender. I think his critics are ridiculous in some of the things that they broach and bring up long before you ever got to L. A. By the way, he's had to hear it from certain mainstream media guys. In the last decade being Cleveland and or Miami. I'm a guy who thinks LeBron James is he's always been a class act. He is not let his ego run amok. He never gets in trouble off the court. He's I don't think the diva when it comes to dealing with teammates and stuff like that. I think he let his opinion be known about his coaches, and I think he got one specific coaching. Cleveland fired but they wanted him back, and he laid it out at a time and They accepted his terms. So that was LeBron just using the leverage that he had. I am 100% with you is his cried, maybe act of complaining about not getting Morford place votes. He was smart in it did, he said he didn't go to parties to say I was the MVP of the league and came on anybody who didn't vote for me. But he made a point of law of Yannis getting S O many more first place votes than he did. I said this early in the year, you might not have caught it. You're an N B, A and b p Voter Gavilan vote You have one job to do. You are to vote for a 2nd and 3rd place and you pick the individual that you think would win. 86 thought it should be honest and only 16 thought it should be LeBron or 85 16. Whatever it wass. They don't concur with each other and say, Listen, Janek could win, but we want to make it close. So let's absence sti five of US vote for Johannes and 45 of US vote for Love. It doesn't work that way. LeBron So if every person votes the way they want to vote Then it should have come out, Ya honest one LeBron to and whoever else three and I also noted this..
Breonna Taylor settlement is among largest payouts linked to a police shooting
"Gorman. If you wanna listen to it. Let's start with the settlements in Louisville with Briana Taylor's family a couple different things to run through of the next few minutes. Earlier this week, the Louisville metro government announced a $12 million settlement package with family of Briana Taylor. Of course, was 26 year old black woman who was shot in her own home by police officers serving a no knock warrant in March. The settlement also includes a Siri's of police reforms. Some of the reforms are changes to the approval process for an execution of search warrants. The hiring of social workers at the department a commitment to increase drug and alcohol testing of officers involved in any shooting, encouraging officers to perform at least two paid hours a week of community service in the communities they serve. And housing credits for officers toe live in certain low income parts of the city. And Felix, You took a look at the settlement. What stood out to you? Well, I think two things one. It was a record breaking settlement in and of itself. The $12 million payout. Briana Taylor's family's attorney, Benjamin Crump, represents George Floyd's family and multiple others in these situations, he said. It himself is the most money it's ever been paid for. A police involved shooting involving anyone, so that's significant itself. But Briana Taylor's mother, I said I think said it best. This is just the beginning the reform package they put together that was interesting that they the mirror who's got a vote of no confidence the other night. Apparently, you know, insisted that that was going to be part of the settlement agreement from the day one, which was good because they announced it together. It's not just about the money, but it's about the reform, which in one of these cases That's what is the driving factor, not necessarily the money. So you mentioned the key ones that are involved in this. It's interesting because we talked about the social worker aspect of Policing before because of a policy that sheriff Bob Altieri put in place here in Pinellas County, where he wanted social workers to go out to these mental health calls first on their own, try and de escalate them. And then if there's trouble than calling the police, which was You and I both thought that was a bad idea in this particular reform. Does that frothy area was that Holloway? That help earlier think that was. Yeah, I think it was cheap and also got a theory. But it's a same Pete initiative. So anyway, sorry about that. But in anyone what they will do in this case is social workers will go with The police officers on these calls or meet them out at the call, not endanger themselves. So it's kind of being that's what we thought should happen is that that's the more responsible, appropriate way to do it rather than just sending people out on their own. And then you know if the situation escalates. You got a problem on your hands. Yeah, exactly. Do you don't have time to wait for an officer to show up or say like, Hey, wait around the corner while I go talk to this person suicidal and walked in the bathroom of the gun. You know, and then ends up ends up shooting an unarmed social worker, and the other thing That's interesting is that we talked about the no knock warrants. They enacted a law in Louisville already doing away with down, But then they went one step further. Just like now, this is sheriff quality areas policy, which was the more hierarchy in terms of getting the warrant. So The way it used to work here in Fort is like you would have the detective's whether it's robbery homicide. Narcotics. Those are the ones that usually get the most warrants. They would review the case they would take their warrant to the state attorney's office. State attorney would review it and then they would be the ones to say Okay, you can go ahead and go to a judge. Well, what they done in Louisville and Penelas is that they built in another law of letter layer. Inside the department level, so supervisors will have to sign off on the warrants before they can Goth to get approval from prosecutors or the judges or accountability exactly within the department, So you don't have Because we've read the the warrants and the stories about what happened in Briana Taylor's case, and they were so thin in the connections they were trying to make Tio, the main suspect. They've lived on the other side of town, and the tenuous nature of it was the fact that she paid this guy's phone bill was an ex boyfriend of hers and also had his shoes delivered an Amazon package delivered and they immediately made the jump that that was somehow Drug trafficking activities, so that should be reviewed at a much higher level, and that's something I think I encourage. I think you'll see a lot more departments doing that. And like I said Florida, we have that additional level of the prosecutors by think it should go down one level more in order for the police involved to say, like hold on a second. Let's review this before. You go to a prosecutor with us because I got put into situations a lot of times where the detectives would get a thumbs down from a prosecutor on the case, and then they call another prosecutor in the prosecutor would say, Oh, no, This is perfectly fine. And so you have those sites of mixed messaging on stuff and that could get very dicey because not only if you go from one prosecutor, another And for example, I said, No, you don't have enough for a warrant, And then they go to another prosecutor that they're friends with. And they say, you know, they can approve the warrant that tire up to me, then you know, on Well at that point, So that's the thing the problem that they have with that so interesting reforms that they're going to do and the one I like the most. I think the most interesting is giving them the housing credits to move into. The neighborhoods that they are patrolling. So I want to see the follow up on that to see
Fresh update on "louisville" discussed on 830 WCCO 24 Hour News
"Joni Mac sticking around for another hour and Kane's phones open here will take calls to the top of the hour. 855 to 124227 coming up Yours truly Lease four pack of NFL picks. I went for into last week on the pics for NFL to college. I did the same again. I've been got awful in college, but I did. Ah, hit on three of my poor selections last week. I've got four coming your way. Ah, three straight up team selections and one under over. I hit both. My under Robert's last week. Got one under over coming your way. I'll give you my four NFL favorite plays for weeks to come up soon enough, but I do have a couple calls on hold, so I want to get to them. Let's hear what they have to say at 855 to 124227. Ryan in Iowa's on CBS Sports Radio Airai Yeah. How do you feel about Green Bay's Week? One Start this season is Aaron Rodgers really back? I I don't know that Aaron Rodgers ever really went away. Was He m V p level? Aaron Reid Here's last year. Probably not. But he wasn't awful. If he was awful. The Green Bay Packers wouldn't have been in the NFC Campion ship game like they were so Ah, I I would not use the phraseology of is he back? But he was damn good. Last week. He looked impressive to me. I thought the biking defense would be OK. They made some changes starting softies, and I thought they were actually an improved defense. They didn't look at last week as Roger surgically picked them apart. S O. If you want me to say Aaron Rodgers looks good. I got zero problem with that. He looked very good last week, and I assume he'll Ah, throw the ball well again this upcoming week. I would not say he has to come back because I don't think to fall off with all that great last year. That's exactly how I feel. But everybody else does not everybody else. But there are some there are some appreciate to call. Thanks for checking in, and I had a call earlier, say a specifically called Count Coward out which I catch him when I can, and I catch him enough to know that he has been Quite the critic of Aaron Rodgers and thought the bottom was falling out and the Packers were geniuses for picking Lovas eventual replacement. I didn't agree with the move. Ah, I don't think love is a given to be a star quarterback. I didn't think Aaron Rodgers needed to have his replacement selected yet and they could have added a really nice piece form with that first round pick and they traded up to get in a position to take club so I had to give up the other draft assets. I thought the Packers made a mistake during this past draft. If it pays off in the long run, so be it. I'll eat some crow down the road. That's fine. But I think they would have been better advised that giving Aaron Rodgers Mohr ah to take a run at the Super Bowl this year, they may still be able to get to the NFC is kind of wide open his bunch good teams. The NFC by the way, um, for me, and I think both Ravens and keeps our superior teams but then afterwards The Texans. The Raiders stealers. Anybody coming out of the A F ceased? I know the Patriot's one last week, and I still think they'll find a way to win that division this year. But the bills are day Super Bowl contender in my mind. You got to nd a F C u Got a bunch in the NFC San Francisco? Certainly, Seattle Certainly Packers. Certainly I think the Vikings are in the mix. Ah, the saint. Certainly The Falcons disappointed me last week and I thought they were double digit win team. I'm not moving off that yet because they got beat by Seattle, another one of the very good teams in the NFC. Um, the East comes up a little weak in bold conferences for May. The Eagles with a very disappointing loss against Redskins on the Cowboys end up losing to the Rams on the road. Giantsloss. So the Washington football team is the only undefeated team in the NFC East. So I don't know You're getting a double digit win team out of that conference, but that I round up about five or six teams that I think are legit Super Bowl contenders. Any NFC and Green Bay package is certainly one of them. Andrew and George is up on CBS Sports Radio. Hello, Andrew. Hey, I thought that was a really nice wind by the Miami hurricanes but trying to figure out how much to read into that does that tell you more about the Hurricanes were the Louisville Cardinals? That defense didn't really seem to hold up that well, but it didn't really matter causes every time you turn around, they just scored again. On one place like right, I I saw a great stat and I was watching hockey. Ah N B, A and Louisville and Miami all at the same time, so I didn't see all the place by so one great stat. They put upon the boy in the I think it was in the 4th 3rd Quarter. Um Louisville had AH 22 plays. And scored 14 points. Miami had two plays and scored 14 points. Eso Miami had time of possession, nine minutes and 48 seconds. Miami ad 43 seconds or something ridiculous like that so and show you the Miami has huge, big playability. And they were the better football team, So that's a nice wind for them tonight. Yes, man. Idiots is supposed to be his defense. He was a defensive, you know, spoke the specialty. But this is really I was a little bit worried about Miami's defense. They wouldn't getting a breather every time that the office of core and they'd have to go back out there again and then another methodical, long possession, But eventually it just you know the quick strike one out, obviously so I don't know if you're a defense. Can you really complain when your offense scores 42 points? How they score the point? Hey, slow it down a little bit. Let us get a rest. Don't score seven points that quickly. I That always makes me Ah gives me the heebie jeebies when I hear it about an offense scoring.
Malik Jackson: Washington Did Not Want to Kneel With Philadelphia Eagles
"Millie Jackson reveal what the team was hoping to do for Social justice demonstration before their game last week. It's called abuse. Dave You ran this past Sunday, the Eagles in the Washington football team locked arms in midfield during the plain of lift every voice and sing. Then the birds went inside for the national anthem. Malik Jackson said yesterday. The Eagles would have liked to take a knee along with Washington right before kickoff. But he said Washington wasn't on board. Both teams take a knee and then declined the penalty and kick the ball off. But Heart logistically, Jackson said he would like to do something tangible making really statements not not holding arms. During his zoom press conference, Jackson was worrying a red hat that said, Make America arrest. The cops who killed Briana Taylor with great again crossed off, Jackson said. It was good. The city of Louisville pay Taylor's family $12 million, but added and change the culture of citizens paying tax dollars toe. Fun what the police are doing out here. So if we could get the police unions that are back on these guys to do stuff, you know, have them start paying like we have to pay out our money and we have contact at two minutes or anything will be a lot better example. Dave, you ran K Y.
Police in Illinois link body parts found in suitcases near Chicago to Louisville murder
"Body parts were found inside a suitcase. Police in Illinois say. 30 year old Melvin Martin Jr is jailed after relatives he was visiting in the Chicago suburb of Markham discovered dismembered remains of a woman in luggage he had brought with him from Louisville, Kentucky. The lower half remains. Was transported here. Way also have a human hit and some mornings. Markham police chief Terry White says other body parts were found Wednesday in a Louisville Park. Investigators say the body had been dismembered a month ago, and the woman's death was the result of a domestic assault. Rich Dennison.
Louisville man admits to dismembering and traveling with girlfriend's body parts to Chicago
"Man man is is accused accused of of killing killing his his girlfriend girlfriend dismember. dismember. Ring Ring her her and and then then taking taking some some of of the the remains remains in in suitcases suitcases to to his his family family home home in in Illinois. Illinois. That home is in the Chicago suburb of Markham, where police say family members of Melvin Martin Jr became suspicious of the bags and had noticed the smell. They then found the woman's head and organs. The Markham police chief is Terry White. He indicated that As grotesque as it might sound that he still wanted to be with her at least part of her. Other remains were found in Louisville, where police said the woman was killed in a resident's on north height. ST. Martin is jailed in Illinois and has a murder warrant out of Louisville. This is the city's 118th homicide of the year. Setting a new one year record that was last set in 2016.
How Police Misconduct Affects Cities and Taxpayers Financially
"For months. Protests over the police involved killings of Briana Taylor, George Floyd and others reinvigorated an intense debate over policing. Then the mayor of Louisville, Kentucky, announced the city would pay $12 million to Briana Taylor's family and institute. A number of police reforms that highlighted an aspect less discussed the financial impact of police misconduct on cities and taxpayers. NPR's Cheryl Corley reports. City's Khun face hundreds of lawsuits every year, charging, among other things, that police used excessive or deadly force or made a false arrest. Many times. Details of settlements are hidden behind confidentiality agreements. Law professor Joanna Schwartz studies how jurisdictions budget and pay for police legal expenses, she says. Although payouts Khun Total in the millions more often there in the thousands of dollars range and with an important determining factor, the number of cases filed and the number of dollars that are paid to resolve cases. Depends very much on where in the country you live claims against Big City Police Department's cost taxpayers about $300 million last year. One of the arguments in the ongoing protests over policing is that money for police could be better spent elsewhere and the clash between protesters and police following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Means Minneapolis and other cities could face a myriad of legal cost. In Chicago. Several groups work to resolve cases of people who have been wrongfully convicted. Two years ago, a federal jury awarded $17 million to Jack Rivera and was considered one of the largest police misconduct settlements in the city's history. I say that was kidnapped by the Chicago police, Roger Li. 55 years old. Now Rivera spent 21 years in prison for a murder. He did not commit framed, he says, by a now retired Chicago gang crimes. Detective Rivera is one of at least 20 who have been exonerated in cases where that detective lead the investigations. They set out to rob You convict me for whatever reasons why Rather, it was just a con the community that they got the perpetrator. Or whatever it may be. It's still not right because taxpayers have to pay for it. Victim's family have to relive this all over again what they think it's closed, and it's just painful for everybody. Over the past decade, Chicago has paid about a half billion dollars for police misconduct. Rivera attorney Locke Bowman is the head of the MacArthur Justice Center at Northwestern Law School, he says in cases where misconduct is clear, said he's often continue to fight against the allegations for months, sometimes years, and that could mean a hefty price tag for taxpayers. The decision to settle a case like that early ends up saving money for attorney's fees. And can result in Ah lower settlement before everybody gets dug in, and the price of the case goes up insurance policies and local budgets usually pay for judgments and claims. Jurisdictions hurting for cash may borrow issuing bonds to spread out payment, add bank fees and interest to investors. And those cost pile up with taxpayer's footing. The bill for police misconduct and as covert 19 devastates budgets nationwide. That could be a more frequent scenario. Chicago City Council Finance Committee Chairman Scott Waguespack says the city is working to break that expensive pattern and concentrating on police reforms so that we're not just saying, Okay, here's another settlement and good job negotiating it and move on, but really look at the deep seated issues within the department to start rooting out those problems. Activists argue tying police misconduct cost to police budgets could help prevent police wrongdoing as well as making police officers especially repeat offenders financially accountable. Currently so called qualified immunity rules shield officers from those costs that's changed in Colorado State representative Leslie Hair. It was the force behind the state's decision to drop its qualified immunity provisions. A new law requires officers guilty of wrongdoing to pay up to $25,000 and that if they were found to have acted in bad faith, violating someone's right, possibly ending in death. That they actually had to be held person responsible, just like anyone else who violated their policies and their obligations at their work with the law also allows officers to purchase liability insurance. Other jurisdictions looking to reduce police related lawsuits may follow that hybrid model of splitting settlement costs between cities and individual officers that just as victims or the families of people injured or killed by police misconduct. Continue to seek Justice. Cheryl Corley. NPR NEWS Chicago
"louisville" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Please continue to say her name. Brianna Taylor. I'm Tansy Nevada, and this is the takeaway. The city of Louisville Kentucky has settled a wrongful death suit for twelve million dollars with the family of Brianna Taylor, the twenty six year old black woman who was shot and killed by police in her apartment six months ago while we await a decision from Attorney General Daniel Cameron on whether or not charges will be filed. In this case, my administration is not waiting to move ahead with needed reforms to prevent the tragedy like this from ever happening again. That was Louisville Mayor Greg and we're going to talk about the specifics of those police reforms in just a moment in the meantime Taylor's family and lawyers commended the settlement but said yesterday that justice for Briana will not have been served until Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron brings criminal charges against the three officers involved with her death. Here's Taylor's mother to Meka. Palmer speaking at a press conference yesterday. As significant as today is it's only the beginning of getting for justice for Briana. We must not lose focus on what the real drive is. And with that being said, it's time to move forward. With the criminal charges because she deserves that and much more. Her beautiful spirit. And personality is working through all of us on the ground. So please continue to say her name. Brianna Taylor..
Louisville to pay $12M to Breonna Taylor's family, reform police
"Of Louisville, Kentucky, has agreed to a wrongful death lawsuit settlement rather with the family of Rianna Taylor. It's included a $12 million payment and police reformed. Attorney Lee Anita Baker represents the Taylor family Financial settlement was not negotiable without significant police reform, and that's what we were able to do today. Taylor in the empty worker was killed by police officers acting on a no knock search warrant on March 13th You're listening to ABC
Louisville agrees to pay Breonna Taylor's family $12 million and enact police reforms in historic settlement
"A settlement with the family of Briana Taylor, the empty worker killed during a no knock warrant by police officers back in March. It includes the $12 million payment and police reform. Not going to stop our calls to hope the officers Responsible for Brianna's death accountable. The scent family's attorney, Loni to Baker, Senator Kamala
Louisville to pay $12M to Breonna Taylor's family, reform police
"Louisville, Kentucky Mayor Greg Fisher says the city has agreed to a settlement with the family of Briana Taylor that includes a $12 million payments and police reforms. Taylor was shot and killed on March 13th by police serving a no knock narcotics warrant at her home. Police found no drugs at the home. The lawsuit accused three Louisville police officers of blind Firing into Taylor's apartment the night of the March raid, hitting Taylor several
Louisville to pay $12M to Breonna Taylor's family, reform police
"Get $12 million from the city of Louisville as part of a settlement that also includes police reform over the killing of the in her own home by police using a no knock warrant to search for drugs. No drugs were found. Taylor's killing sparked months of protests. The state attorney general is still investigating the case. America is listening
Louisville reaches $12M settlement with Breonna Taylor's family
"Imagined New development. In the story of a black woman who was shot and killed by police. Six months ago. CBS is Jim Krystle, the family of Briana Taylor will receive quote a significant dollar amount in a legal settlement with the city of Louisville, Kentucky. The 26 year old woman was fatally shot by police
Breonna Taylor's family 'agree financial settlement' over death
"After after Briana Briana Taylor Taylor was was fatally fatally shot shot by by police police in in Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, Kentucky, there there appears appears to to be be a a significant significant settlement settlement for for her her family. family. There There are are still still no no criminal criminal charges charges filed filed against against the the three three Louisville Louisville Metro Metro police police officers officers who who opened opened fire fire into into the the home home of of Briana Briana Taylor Taylor is is they they executed executed and and no no knock knock search search warrant. warrant. But But there there are are reports reports Taylor's Taylor's family family has has reached reached the the largest largest ever ever settlement settlement with with the the city city of of Louisville. Louisville. The The financial financial terms terms are are not not being being disclosed, disclosed, but but the the deal deal reportedly reportedly also also includes includes police police reforms reforms like like requiring requiring commanders commanders to to approve approve all all search search warrants warrants before before going going to to a a judge judge and and providing providing housing housing credits credits to to officers officers who who agree agree to to live live in in the the city. city. An An official official announcements announcements expected expected to to come come this this afternoon. afternoon. Ryan Ryan Burrow Burrow ABC ABC news news Western Western
Louisville reaches major settlement with Breonna Taylor's family
"The city of Louisville is expected to announce a substantial financial settlement with the family of Briana Taylor as soon as today. W. Jeans Ryan Burrow reports. The settlement is expected to not only include a large financial payment to the family of Rianna Taylor but also police reforms like requiring commanders to approve all search warrants before going to a judge. And housing credits to officers who agreed to live in the city. The deal said to be announced as a grand jury could begin screening possible criminal charges against three officers involved in fatally shooting Taylor during a no knock search of her home in
Louisville reaches major settlement with Breonna Taylor's family
"Has agreed to pay several million dollars to the mother of Briana Taylor and installed police reforms as part of a settlement of the lawsuit from Taylor's family. Someone who has knowledge of the settlements. Details said it would be the largest sum paid by the city for a police misconduct case. That person did not want to be identified because the settlement hasn't been officially announced yet. But Taylor's shooting by police serving a narcotics warrant at her home has sparked months of protests. The lawsuit alleged that the police use used flawed information to obtain a no knock warrant to enter the black woman's apartment in March.
Is Trump right about cause of US wildfires?
"On poor forest management. During a wildfire briefing north of Sacramento. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy reports. The president brushed off climate change concerns. Climate change. Israel, California Governor Gavin Newsom said he agreed with the president on the need to better manage forests. But he urged Mr Trump to not ignore the warming planet, please. Respect, and I know you do. The difference of opinion out here as it relates to this fundamental issue on the issue of climate change, absolutely appreciate that moments later, when the president said it would start getting cooler, a top state official interjected. I wish science agreed. You don't think Sands knows Actually, Steven Portnoy. CBS NEWS The city of Louisville, Kentucky, has settled a wrongful death lawsuit with a family of
Former Chicago Bears Player Josh Bellamy Charged In $24M COVID-Relief Fraud Scheme
"A former U of our football player and NFL player has been arrested. I am charged in a cove ID relief fraud scheme. 31 year old Josh Bellamy was charged in a federal criminal complaint in Florida with wire fraud, bank fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud and bank fraud. The complaint alleges that Bellamy conspired with others to obtain millions of dollars in fraudulent PPP loans. Bellamy is alleged to have obtained a loan of more than $1 million for his own company Drip Entertainment. Prosecutors say Bellamy spent the money on luxury goods and at a Miami casino. Josh Bellamy was a receiver who played it. Louisville under then coach Charlie Strong is NFL career included stints with the Bears and Jets.
Black motorists and pedestrians are more likely than white to be pulled over in most cities including Los Angeles, Chicago, and Philadelphia, with equal odds in Houston
"Or pedestrians were more likely to be stopped by police and white drivers or pedestrians in several major U. S. Cities that, according to an ABC News analysis of data recorded by local police departments on millions of traffic stops over the last several years, in that dramatic video that shocked the nation. 32 year old Blondeau Castille killed by a police officer in 2016. Fatally Fatally shot shot in in a a traffic traffic stop. stop. That That was was a a case case of of mistaken mistaken identity. identity. The The officer officer looking looking for for a a robbery robbery suspects, suspects, Castille Castille was was not not involved involved in in any any robbery robbery and and had a license to carry a weapon. And while the Casteel case is an extreme example of what could happen during a police traffic stop An ABC News investigation in partnership with are owned and operated stations showing in a number of major cities, Black Americans are far more likely to be stopped than white Americans. In Minneapolis, five times more likely in Los Angeles in Chicago four times more likely three times more likely in Philadelphia in San Francisco. In some other cities, the rates are more equal. ABC News founded in Louisville in Houston, Black Americans are as likely as White Americans to be stopped by the police. But for many African Americans, traffic stops evoke intense feelings of fear. Driving while black and dealing with law enforcement is one of the most serious and daily encounters that could happen to a person of color these days could still have been stopped by police 52 times between 2002 and 2016, according to data compiled by the U. One year police pull could steal over eight different times. Most of the stops for minor traffic violations. It could be a song. It could be a kid. I see walking down the street. I think about my nephew. Every single day Traffic stops can create severe financial pressure could still was hit with more than $6000 in fines and fees, even though half of the charges were dismissed. That's ABC is Pierre Thomas. Come on news time.
Harvard Researchers Find Racial Disparities Across Court Systems
"Law. School reports is black and Latino defendants in Massachusetts or more likely than white defendants to be locked up for offenses involving drugs and weapons, The report says. They also get longer sentences than white people sent to prison for similar crimes. This study was commissioned by the His Supreme Judicial Court several years, Harvard researchers found significant racial disparities in the handling of weapons drug cases. Researchers also found disparities in Senate's lengths are in part because black and Latino defendants tend to face more serious initial charges. Than white ones. Despite nationwide attention on racial injustice and ABC News investigation finds In many cities, black drivers are continuing to be pulled over at higher rates than white drivers. NBC chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas has some of the finding in Minneapolis five times more likely in Los Angeles in Chicago four times more likely three times more likely in Philadelphia and San Francisco in some of the cities. The rates are more equal. ABC News founded in Louisville in Houston, Black Americans are as likely as White Americans to be stopped by the police.
Yvette Gentry, former deputy chief, to be Louisville's interim top cop starting Oct. 1
"L. MPD chief Rob Schroeder. Is exiting that job and a face familiar toe. L MPD is stepping in until a permanent chief is named a shake up this summer in the Louisville Metro Police Department has left the city looking for a new police chief Mayor Greg Fischer Monday, said current in term chief Rob Schroeder's plenty to retire on October 1st. In the meantime, we need another experience respected, distinguished public safety professional To take on the role of interim chief of our Police department. And I'm happy to announce that the new interim leader of L. A P D, is a vet Gentry. Gentry spent over two decades with El MPD as she was appointed deputy chief in 2011, retiring in 2014 Gentry is the first woman to ever leave the department. Sean Gallagher news radio 8 40.
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"County. Da has charged six cops for using using excessive force during the incident with Messiah Young and tonight a pilgrim Atlanta's mayor. Key Chalance bottoms fire. Two of the officers immediately and four were placed on desk duty now onto, Louisville, the police chief Steve Conrad has been fired and two officers are on administrative leave. After a barbecue business owner named David. McAfee was shot dead by law enforcement, trying to enforce curfew amid protests. The officers body Cams weren't activated when authorities fatally shot Mister McAfee and as you know the Louisville Police Department is already under investigation, following the death of Brianna Taylor during that no knock warrant botched a back in March. We all remember that where eight off the officers in plain clothes fatally shot her eight times. Like we know, he's bad cows, but we show and getting new ones with the three. We wait no. Ask. Three we know. Case Right now. It's under investigation right now. I don't see what they need to invest. Yeah! Video look at the tape. Just look at the. Yeah but but at least this action is you know this Mayor of Louisville fired the police chief so. They are taking action and Mayor Medication Bottoms in. Atlanta took immediate action. She was on our show yesterday, so. Yeah. You know because they want to stop it. This is how you stop it. You fire them immediately. They're you know acting inappropriate the rain, but we're seeing action steps being taken quickly that we hardly ever see before agreed, so it is. It is an and that's the only way to change. The has become sequences. Yeah, you cannot go unchecked. Right right and they. It was a hard time I mean. They said they had a hard time doing it when they were interviewed on TV, they had to watch the tape over and over, and they said that's the only conclusion they could have come to was to fire them because it was excessive force in Atlanta the Atlanta. Kisha was saying and the chief of police very obvious excessive force. Yeah! This has been. A, lot. Law, force and lawyer up quick. Yep Yeah and a young man said that he was glad. You know that. They got those monsters off the street. did they did. They as the young lady to? I know they I know they take. Yes, yes, he. Couldn't see what was going on the other side of the car yet. But it looked like the taste all in the car and that they did tastes her. You know you know. But we've got they've got to do that. It's a combination of two things. BDSM and training. You've got to find a way to train racist people, and because guess what yet, they don't do enough in the process. The selection process is not thorough enough right. There is no way to detect racism on a questionnaire right right. And anybody can apply for a job as a police officer I mean. You have to go through a series of tests and all of that, but like you say you don't know if they're racist by looking on a piece of paper. Well. the not the officers in Atlanta though they were African. American the two that got mired immediately career they were, they were okay. They were yes, so there's some like you said Steve, both in in their some training that they need to look at these police department. There's something there's something that's missing that, but yeah. I mean racism I. Mean You got to teach that in the home? I mean just like you guys. Talk about how you teach your sons what to do when you encounter police officers, and all that I mean what are what are other? What are white families teaching their sons, their kids? What All right. Let's talk about self care to relieve stress and to relieve some of its anxiety. A lot of us have been feeling during Tom that's going on. We'll talk about it right after this. You're listening. Party morning show. Rene Bach was only nineteen years old when she moved from her small town in Virginia to eastern Uganda. 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"louisville" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Station identification on the U. K. sports network news radio eight forty WHAS Louisville news radio eight forty W. H. A. S. we welcome you back to Reparata here K. what's court where we are joined by junior Kiki McKinney who had nine points today great job from beyond the arc three out of four how are you guys able to set up some open looks for you and for Tatiana what the on the art today we knew they were going to lock in a row so we knew she had a drop in the tree it means that we just had to finish his head his shot give young though any loss hurts but especially this one but the effort this team gave today I think it opened a lot of yeah we just got to go back to the drawing board I'm really proud of this team we also we do what we did they came down a rebounding second point is is that something easy we can fix were right there we got it you know like I say go back to a drummer were found this is going to be a good test for your defense how do you feel about the way this team was able to play against global specially where they had some some hyped inside yeah arm I think first quarter you know we had to get to the Phil we had to get the feel of things but eventually we locked in we played great defense I think especially on the big sixty my some good shots outside but other than that I thought we played great defensively chatting with Kiki McKinney three out of five from the floor three of four from long range nine points in you and taught you had a difficult task what was the focus for you how are you game planning for this match up coming into today just come in here and then playing confident we knew they were going to be be big but we've been here for this is our third year so we knew what was up just come in and play with confidence doing what we usually do and I felt like taught she played very well she played Vegas Wesley guess those two big sand I'm a shot so absolutely dead and defensively for local there man to man seems similar to the style that you guys played very aggressive how much confidence did that the last couple games especially getting to play here earlier this week against went through give you guys off it's simply to just get in there and execute against a tough team are a lot of confidence I mean we haven't seen a team like will we this is our first team that pressure does the way I did so I thought we handled that very well of course we have growth we need to grow on with that in that aspect but like I said we're going to go back to the gym do we need to fix what we need to fix it will be fun where do you feel like you've grown the most since the season tipped off to where you are now I was in my confidence level and also I'm actually I think I mentioned this year that plays a big role but my confidence level on I know what I need to do for this team and it's not score it is doing you know the little things doing everything else and that's something I bought into our plated I'm buying it tomorrow so yeah coaches talked about how your shoulders feeling better so you've been able to get to the gym to get the shots of what you want to that's had a big help yeah yeah me being able to get back in the gym like I want to shooting exercise like I want to that is helped me tremendously I'm in here I like it our thirty minutes before every practice you will but you know just trying to be more consistent be more consistent my site it today it paid off about this crowd especially there towards the end when they were all state and we need that every game I love it I love the atmosphere it makes us have more energy brings us more confidence as just like it is a good atmosphere to play here I gotta ask you too about these slick uniforms you guys man yeah yeah okay kia a note the final result was tough but you guys really got in their battle.
"louisville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"On first down for gate of eight outside linebacker Raji burns tackle that Robert Haines you Tommy Kramer right car right tackle really taking it right there to the little defense of creating space for Joan. opposition last time started with a pair of passes a start up round here now it's around the left side Jones across the forty out to the forty two yard line two one zero four one eight of eight and that one with four nine Jones making a cut like the sweet something into the garbage can waving his right arm across jump to the left get the first down first I did send three thirty left in the first quarter forty seven Louisville thirty below forty two yard line he was right it's not a little still has the ball rolls to his wife and finds out about. it's a three year starter on this card will take a little bit of miscommunication as well your book was looking for a continued rob from chase Claypool's stop them look deep to Chris who had double coverage about twenty five yards downfield excellent job getting out of the pocket forcing the ball out of bounds. all of the field. book all the food to your line now in the center free one he was white turns and heads off the total right so. forty two. second of all this Dr well one of the right side for Jones is going full force six of sixteen invites sixteen and not six because of Brock right and Chris both laying blocks. the spring for the run now inside the Louisville territory than one in three new defensive lineman inside of three minutes now for instance and Notre Dame drilling fourteen to seven. number forty three on the shock of what Paul takes puts it out towards peace was catch of his career. at least a forty seven yard line. behind the line of scrimmage made a move and sprinted forward for five yards Lawrence keys a player that coach Kelly told me he is ready is the guy didn't even see keys you can even see the field last year with the new red shirt rule and now he's already making an impact in this game second down five moving from right to left. Stephen Smith to the why the vehicle to the shop. the ball looks to his left now which. a mistake right there by two minutes so that kinda youth in terms of experience what is the book to save the Notre Dame iris. past the first down marker is right there for you but he just had to defend the right on the right away. third. instead of the fifty. in the middle of the Louisville cardinals. the field there are over fifty. still to this. two one two two was looking for thirteen. the motion to the right. your goal was just three underneath. the whole time all right there by coach Kelly Louisville had seven defenders between three and eleven your hearts for the line of scrimmage that's not a look you prepare for coming into this game. one twenty five left in the first quarter here's what's happened so far Notre Dame took the first Rodney to look easy it ended with the premier Smith three yard touchdown run noodls come back there to possessions had ended in the end zone. quarterback Joe one pass a pair of touchdown runs both extra points making it fourteen to seven Louisville overnight break Notre Dame one twenty five look to the first quarter during football kicks off the two thousand nineteen home schedule gets to Mexico September fourteenth limited tickets still available visit you indeed dot com slash buy tickets today. they run up the middle. thirty five yards posted. that's what you call a time all right there you want to drop sure there and Hey credit Brock right for big block downfield as well Tony Jones get the ball field who's the goal for but said they get inside to Jones Felix the eleven yard line. run.
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"Louisville teenagers are behind bars accused of a list of crimes in southern Jefferson County LAPD detective Charles raider says the suspects were arrested for destroying mailboxes and the responsible for a total about five so cars, we were covered four four guns all believed to be stolen. He says the teens face charges as minor as traffic violations up to charges of wanton endangerment. The White House is dismissing the intelligence communities to conclusion that North Korea won't be giving up its nuclear weapons the intelligence communities annual threat assessment concluded that North Korea was quote unlikely to give. Give up all of its WMD stockpiles delivery systems and production capabilities even though steps towards denuclearization had been the main condition for continued talks between the US and North Korea. The White House insisted denuclearization was still the goal in the discussions a second meeting between President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong set to take place in Vietnam is just weeks away alley Rogin ABC news the White House. The FBI was unable to determine a motive for the Las Vegas shooting in its final report on the shooting that killed fifty eight people in two thousand seventeen the FBI concluded that Stephen paddock sought infamy. Paddock most likely picked the outdoor music festival because people were having fun. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is trying to make sure and other government shutdown is avoided. They Kentucky Republican says he'd be open to a bipartisan Bill. Works which means avoiding a shutdown and avoiding the present feeling should declare a national emergency. There are a couple of bills being offered on Capitol Hill. One of those measures is called the stop stupidity. Act. Congressman John Yarmuth says the state of our union is unsustainable. As chairman of the house budget committee, the third district democrat gave the opening statement at Tuesday's hearing on the congressional budget office's budget and economic outlook. In a statement. You said deficit projections over the next decade are unrivalled by any time in the nation's history except World War Two. Make no mistake as this. And previous reports of worn we face serious challenges serious fiscal challenges going forward. He blamed President Trump and Republicans for what he calls their reckless tax cuts for millionaires and multinational corporations, Suzanne Duval, NewsRadio eight forty W H A S and Democrats have selected a former candidate in Georgia to deliver their response to President Trump's state. Eight of the union address next week Stacey Abrams, we'll give the high profile response. She gained a national following during her unsuccessful run for governor where she had several celebrities campaigning on her behalf. Your.
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"The diving into the bowl pit slash slip and slide rule that he is just come up with i don't know if it's gonna take but wanted to bring up another baseball story before we're outta here tonight that i had never ever imagined would happen the diamondbacks were down thirteen runs in the fourth k this game is over and manager torey level decided i'm not going to waste any of my pitchers on a game we've already lost so he went to utility player daniel skull so and went to him to pitch in the fourth inning and never went back to a pitcher for the rest of the game awesome very little league but i like it yeah unbelievable two guys combining to allow just three runs in over four point two innings they lost nine thousand nine to two which ain't half bad when you already down thirteen and you know the point that that his guy discuss oh entered the manager at already run through the starter and three relievers started went out with tightness in his arm and then you know he'd already been torched for five runs on four hits than they sent in dyla rosa and mcfarland mcfarland exits with next if nece and they combined to get seven outs allowing another eleven runs and they just decided it's a lost cause it's all over and we're going to we're going to the real bullpen and by that we mean the dugout right next to me you you're in pitch something it's unbelievable yeah totally i believe i love every aspect of that by the way i've solved the papa john's stadium name okay if you are a pr marketing person leave the john's up but make jimmy johns jimmy johns comes in and buys the name rights out you like you could with that there's potential there's differential they're for her guy potential boys are healthier than than pizza that's true that's true and presumably you'd have to go jimmy johns history make sure that there's nothing that could present a problem going forward as well because you just never know hey do you want to announce a pick at the twenty nine thousand nine nfl draft or sit courtside at a mavs game with mark cuban or go to disney and.
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"Commercial dot com when i heard the news that the cubs would be sending both havi or bias and cow schwarzer to the homerun derby i was fired up i was slightly concerned about what happens to participants in the home run derby over the course of the second half of the season but i put that aside because my excitement about seeing el mago and schwartz homerun derby was more exciting to me than concern about how their their arms and shoulders and every other body part might fair so i'm pretty fired up about it but sean others not so much and some are saying that this year's homerun derby is a dud and it isn't the big names you're used to it's not judge versus stanton like we saw last year it's seven first time participants and then one guy who's been there before in the hometown hero bryce harper and the statistics are kind of telling you sean that this isn't the best group they would be they come into this with six hundred and twentyfive career homers the fewest combined homers in any derby that's featured at least eight players beating even last season's record low of six forty nine so what's your take on this turbie i always go wait and see because what happens if it turns into zach levine verse aaron gordon in the slam dunk contest right and they're jumping over mascots but i just i think that this is one of those things that were okay so how do you make it more interesting if you i always go for all star games should have the biggest names and you guys were talking about this again i think today's ago when i was driving my daughter down and she was sleeping in the car and i was listening to you and fitzy all the way down and you guys we're talking about the all star game having the best players and not having to have everybody from every team on there i think that's one hundred percent what it should be it should be a representation of the best teams the best players regardless of team playing in the all star game i also think that the all star game homerun derby should have the biggest names in it so whether it's like it's like the slam dunk contest nowadays where you like who are these guys so you need it either up the number financially as far as what these guys can win by participating or you need to become more creative and make it more intriguing where like if you hit it into this section then you get it counts as two points versus just one home run so now you're like trying to place the ball on john runs rock and jock based yes rules yes i would go with that because at least at that point in time i'm going to be really really drawn into it yet there are some things that you could try to do before you would just get rid of entirely mookie betts said he thinks they should just get rid of it if it's not going to be any better than it is he thinks there should be fielding skills competition or something like that but i think it's so popular it's not going anywhere anytime soon i think fans are are into it even if it's not the big names i think the fact that there are some newbies might be exciting to some people it's the youngest derby field ever havi are bias has crazy swagger so he hopefully will bring some excitement to it frames already talking smack he was talking about bryce harper playing in front of hometown fans he said i'm hoping the fans are excited for him and he gets nervous and gets zero so that's good i i like the trash talk if you're not familiar with kyle schwartz from his harare return to the team and just in time for the world series and some pretty good da ching out in in in cleveland this guy is someone who can crank it so i think there are some storylines muncie is a great one max muncie from the dodgers this is the guy only had two homers in fifty one games in two thousand sixteen and he's already got twenty one homers this season his first major league action he spent a whole year in the minors before getting back up and now he's cranking him so i think.
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"I was at the drawing board speaking good that's what the lakers roster will be at a year by the way to back to drawing board that's a good point well pj carlesimo was on the wilkin show and he agrees with me that whatever needs the lakers are feeling they're not the ones they need to fill to beat the warriors with the ball you need three point shooters with him and i say their point guard it's going to be interesting to me when you got rajon rondo is lonzo ball is still there and you have lebron who's going to handle the ball and if it's lebron handling the ball most of the time which it usually is and should be frankly i don't know how well that complements rise yonder lonzo ball well and also goes against what they claimed was the reason for these signings was to allow lebron plan the paint a little more and not be the facilitator to save some energy to be set up to make the plays inside instead of playing the perimeter as much and if he ends up being the ball handler that's not going to happen that was pj on the shell pennzoil performance on by the way i it just feels to me sean like the lakers ran up against a wall they thought they were going to get paul george and the brown and then paul george ston sign and then they're like oh can maybe we can finagle kawai to come along with the brown and kurai and the spurs have not been willing to give up quite so then they started looking around and figuring out what pieces they could get and now they're trying to sort of reverse engineer the deals tell us why they did it by coming up with reasons after the signings i don't know that they thought it all through as they were doing it i think they thought toughness they thought one year deal so we can re re evaluate next year and now they're trying to find a way to spin it to everybody out there that saying this isn't what works with lebron yes i think what it is is a very very very close to what you're saying which is guys listen we are gonna make splash we got the availability for two max contracts that's what we got to max deals folks we can get this done and then all of a sudden they were like okay well we've got one we know we can get done but the one right all right all right so what do we go plan b plan b signed a bunch of people that people know put them on your deals and we can talk about how it's a two year process yeah yeah that's what we're going to do so then we do that and then when they start seeing the reaction of everybody publicly then it goes to well i mean look you're not gonna outscore the warriors so you have to really defend them and that's what we did we found defensive players yes when i think of javale mcgee i think of elite level defense right you know just because lebron doesn't mean he's going to get under the skin of other players as well i think that that's one of the things that we'll find out over the course of this season now if it helps guys like lonzo ball become a better defensive player if it helps guys like kyle kuzina and brandon ingram and it gets them a step closer to fulfilling some of the promise that that lakers fan see in those players in particular then i think that can change some things i mean let's remember a year ago and i always go back to this and i think it's important that people understand the hype around lonzo ball wasn't just lavar it was magic johnson who said at his press conference hey you know your number's going to be up there in the rafters make sure you save make sure you save some of those records for me when you're all said and done a move i that was yeah that was magic putting that on lonzo ball that.
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"And fits it spain in vince on espn radio at the spn app and siriusxm channel eighty sarah spain and sean farnum with you fits with golick and wingo this morning and we've been talking some laker stuff as lakers gm rob pelinka who by the way is featured on the wall of fame at lake forest high school alongside oh that's right yours truly case you were wondering we're on we went to the same high school both on the wall of fame just tim me vince vaughn i'm the use of what you do it is it's who you had and bidding but he talked about the team's plan today and he said something that had me going that feels to me like a stupid yeah that's that's that's what i was thinking and i couldn't think of a better word for it why don't you take a listen and tell me if you feel the same urban and i had a conversation and lebron echoed this sentiment that i think to try to play the warriors in their own game is a trap no one's going to beat them at their own game and so that's why we wanted to add these elements of sort of defense and toughness and depth and try to look at areas where we'll have an advantage all right the defense okay but statistically rondo stevenson those guys aren't good defenders they're just gritty toughness or give you that one right if you're trying to combat the fact that the warriors outside of draymond aren't known for their grit in their tenacity i'll give you that one but you're not going to beat the warriors if you can't score and even if you tire him out on defense and their legs get out from under him and you make of work a little harder they're still going to score just a tiny bit smaller percentage of the gillian points they always score and you're not touching it here's here's how i would look at it if i mean you cannot compare authors you just cannot compare rosters between the warriors and really anybody in the nba so if if you're like okay here's what we're gonna do we're defensively scheming we're gonna we're going to try to limit steph curry make sure he doesn't get any room whatsoever in our attention is going to be away this kevin durant oh my gosh just klay thompson all right so here's what we gotta do when takeaway durant and we're really gonna make sure every time he touches we're going to bring a double or we're gonna be physical with him and draymond green what are we doing with him now boogies back and by the way i didn't save me about bugging at all didn't even mention them right so this whole idea of like okay well gosh you know everybody tries to outscore them that doesn't work so we're going to we're going to go completely in the other direction because we believe that will happen that's gonna make magic happen no pun intended by the way on that no it's it's not and it's it's a recipe where if you face them in the second round of the playoffs you probably going home maybe at best five games maybe a best funny that you mentioned magic that reminds me you are lakers fan so do you are you on board with my idea for their version of trust the process it is hashtag believe in magic sure i'll go with that that works what attempted you've got something to them well yeah i mean but to trust the process was such a great one right like i mean it was it worked and it was catchy and believe in magic leisure magic it's been it's been done before it's not original enough you don't notice it is the first time you've heard it that was my problem that's all right all right i'll keep you shop it's very working on it it goes david copperfield esque on me like you know or like chris angel all right all right.
"louisville" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"On the shell pennzoil performance line do you feel inclined to defend the fans that have been less than the asiatic into say i get it i understand this is an interesting aquisition or do you think that there should be a bit more at least public facing universal support for lebron's rival i think there should be look at it as much as i said i don't think that they should have signed him now that he's here you've got us support of any he what he does do is he guarantees you that you're going to make the postseason and it's been five years without the lakers seeing the nba playoffs he's going to put them in the playoff race he's probably going to even get them to a top four seat i think probably fourth in the western conference at the end of next year so if you're a laker fan you've gotta be excited about the fact that you'll be relevant in the second half of the season something you haven't been for a very long period of time and maybe yeah you're not ready to take on the warriors yet maybe you're not ready to take on the rockets or even a team like oklahoma city or maybe utah that could find their way to the three the three spot but you at least have to acknowledge the fact that you're now a much better team than you were a year ago you people will be watching you have the greatest player on earth on your roster not a lot of negatives there's not a lot of negatives there visit were you at all lebron was having a power dinner with al pacino and leonardo di caprio that reports are that lebron is set to star in a comedy movie obviously moving to la he's setting himself up for next steps and obviously in the offseason he's free to do what he wants but is there a concern about the conflict of trying to do both at once over the end of his career no not as far as i'm concerned there's not one second of my mind that i think that lebron would be like oh hey you know what i can't stay focused on basketball mom doing this let me take to sample alex morgan recently did a movie that is out on blu ray and dvd now called alex and me and it's about how she inspires a young girl who got cut from team to try to get better at soccer comes it's gonna be on nickelodeon i think in october it's a great positive movie for young girls to watch that are looking up for role models and while alex was on i know this for a fact they had to vied an opportunity for her to train at all times she was given a certain amount of blocked that they said how much time do you need to get better and do your fitness and do everything you need to do for the national team okay we'll make sure you have that same thing would be done for lebron james yeah i think you're probably right about that although things start to go awry you wonderful make himself feel better by diving into the things that are having success i'm a squeaky toy and i've got one job getting chomped on by this.
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"Houses in vancouver right why not it's beautiful beautiful country up there america's america's rooftop america's hat i've never been i've never been come on man get on it i want go to canada i've been a candidate couple of times yeah yeah but i want to go to vancouver and i want to go to lake louise there's a lot there's a lot of good spots in god's country as they say a lot yeah get on it man get on it you got kids and stuff though that's fatal flaw big mistake huge sean is on the scene in la so i want to get back to that and you know i mentioned to ramona that lebron's agent head pointedly said lebron would was going to miami for championships to cleveland if avila promise and l a because he just wants to which doesn't sound very convincing if you're hoping he's going they're looking to turn around the lakers and get some dubs but we've heard from fans that they're still sort of a little trepidation about lebron's arrival explain to me why the murals getting defaced and maybe everyone's not so on board with this because the idea that he's been anointed already before he's even put on the uniform and accomplished anything i think rubs a lot of lakers fans wrong and whether you like kobe didn't like kobe he was loved and by a large portion of the fan base and so i think that when you put up a mural like that of lebron james and you've got some people that again i i wasn't the only one and you you have discussed this numerous times every single thomas sat in with you that i said that i didn't think it was the greatest move for the lakers to sign lebron james because it might actually stall out some of the growth of not only the players the components that they have but also their head coach luke walton who still trying to find his ways in nba head coach now they've made the signing we'll see how it works out they've got these guys on your deals again see how that works out but i think for la perspective in fans in los angeles is there like well he hasn't done anything for us he hasn't gotten us to a final and we're already saying he's the king of la what does he done for los angeles and that has been a big part of the anti lebron james movement the grassroots program here in los angeles that saying not quite yet are we welcoming the king he shot in front of my i'm sarah spain espn radio is presented by progressive insurance guests join us.
"louisville" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"So of course we've been talking a lot about lebron's arrival in los angeles and exactly really what that means but we're still awaiting the arrival presumably of leonard to somewhere other than san antonio and on the jump today noticed some interesting news that hit just before they were done for the night and that was the damore rosen of the raptors has completely erased his instagram wiped no photos no post no connection to anything and that's the first thing that house you wondering is there something afoot in toronto the second thing is that offshore betting has the odds one of the sites with the raptors as the favorites to trade for why leonard so is this just conspiracy theory nothing sean or are you trying to read into this immuno might have something to do i mean it might be legitimate but it might be us reading the tea leaves trying to figure out exactly what's going on maybe he was part of the giant purge today on twitter and he decided to take it all the way through his all social media accounts and just be like you know what i'm just going to wipe the slate clean and start over again for those of you who don't know twitter got rid of body counts today that haven't been responding that were locked account so my myself i lost one hundred thirty three followers how many loose sarah like a thousand three yeah that's because you have like ten times the number of followers that i have twitter so we're all doing our bigger i mean i'm just you know i'm just sitting over here in the corner twitter them phones trying to post what i can't but no you know the the interesting thing about this is okay is it just trying to clean up everything or will is this really him saying you know what i'm not i'm just going to get rid i want to get rid of the raptors and maybe part of this has been the successor in the right we've season and then season dr failures and the contracts and how much money they over top of that roster that the raptors become something that's more viable and willing to part with somebody that san antonio feels is a good piece for them to build around yeah i mean it does feel like okay we're just looking into things too much and i don't know exactly what demar to rosen's account looked like before the purge but the fact that it just says started in compton hashtag compton ten and then as a link to footlocker presumably raptors gear there that's that said you know we we don't know what this means that he's that he's completely rid his entire instagram of everything connected to anything but it seems like it means something right it's not just oh i need a fresh start and so i don't know this you're right that you know as much as it feels like an incredible thing to give away like a guy like derosa if you've had these great players on your squad with last couple of years and you haven't been able to make it work in the postseason maybe they're starting to feel like the only answer is to make a drastic change and this certainly would be one while it'd be rolling the dice to because essentially the spurs would be laughing going he wanted to go to l a and we're sending them to toronto the winner on treatment little bit different than the winter climate to just saying so i mean be very interesting to see how co why would react to that and then also you'd be giving up tomorrow to rosen with essentially hoping that collide leonard is going to like being there so much that he'll actually resign and stay yeah which would have sounded kind of silly until we saw paul george signed a fouryear deal in oklahoma city i mean maybe never been there sitting there going there sitting there going well why wanting resign with us i mean we got kyle lowry we got some heads up here you know we lately not gonna lie so maybe maybe they're onto something here it's a serious pain in sean farnan hosting with spain and bits on looking for.
"louisville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"For college youths coming up saturday bob eyes company along with our producer justin where will be of lexington may surrey at kentucky you know what time we struggled what we find that out a food each why here in rolpa college basketball espn radio on espn stanley admit the added yet i had a fillip why couple times roll we'll be word vote before it was untucked misplayed themselves off the bobble at least for now in the right corner mellick williams with reality bullets at the front of the remm rebound controlled by drew there are up twenty one looking for more we got two minutes ago and a half coast to coast that was centered in the corner left when the trend download carter carter batting head on king mismatch here oh and good defense by cake loose ball controlled by louisville grace of alan tries to fight over ten and they put up his shot no good that they call a foul on hallowed millon's will like a v in a wide receiver dueling down the field with both with their arms out each other at the foul on grason alan run a hand fighting going on there could or you could have made a case king was initiating it pushing off with you've got the call at the free throw line sixty nine consent retailer suitor the the policeman is good for lule's needed some guys to really step up today there were turning players quit snyder has been very invisible thanga dell has not played very well just than the guys that they really experience it hoped to deal with count on has not answered the call so far this with king make both free throws in forty two little 23 143 to go and a half the was set up the offense but ludicrous they need luck the right of recall the action of cabinet are we got kingdoms allen doing again now it's back outside the truck farleft way trip looking for some help good defense thereby sutton drive the left baseline as the vow eddie tried to pass it took the loria the wasco out of bounds they thought about it in touch while louisville player but the officials including any corbett point louisville's way cardinals basketball honey t lot first tab to forty two little 2003 spalding the.
"louisville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Two three back on the floor of the values of your white corners we call the action for your dukhan whites we'll go on the black jerseys tonight seven twelve to go first tap duped by eleven develop interest some crosscourt pass inside the lorry a nice give off through for another thought jon preston i for the border inside yards were getting free and that was good interior passing right there and out louisville in a lot of trouble right now on the road they need to be a right the ship you're doing good governance i propose it up with the right hand that's no good spalding with the foul oh my goodness that wingspan of spa things paid off their seven six wingspan he was able to tip that rebounded page eight of moving seventy boards twentyeight seventeen he put the ball and believe trent those luck to the lane took a lorry out fraud here's the valve of shot no good wanted done site of the revamped the louisville without the floor across the time on slows it up and running luckily the beach at king's back out there now so the starting five for david padgett back on the floor for louisville king troubles wants almost to the way now there's two fouled loria trying to jump on that pass there will be called for the foul that's just the beginning duke isn't he his first progressively got one call laura now one of the other advantages the playing the suit resulting she can keep guys had a foul trouble gray been basically optimistically eight deep really now he's a net leap and now would back we at the really good point six koutsou they can't afford valter.
"louisville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"A senior from atlanta javan dolori it gets the start again tonight 610 thirty want a sophomore from ship in virginia and robbing out the starting five the senior grason alan 65 205 from jacksonville florida grace it allah was the national player of the week last week the at he averaged twenty two points and five assists in to wizard shot nine of vat binding 3point line and that's key you heard us before the game talking to john shire they said hey guys step up its shoot the ball snakes you get your teammates involved but yukos scored some especially baghli out and he has responded to that channel headcounts the blue devils his thirty eight year mike she chef ski assisted by jeff capel h james and john shire the officials tonight roger airs eddie four of its and michael stevens similar ready to go jukun they hold whites with the dark blue numbers louisville all in black tonight white numerals white and red termed the duke given what ends the tip embrace it how and who has moved back to the point will run the offense as he gets at optus devolve takes a long jumper off the glass no good and an airball hit the glass spalding it easy rebound four chord with clinton snyder adele backed the snyder dufourcq connect to threestone reckon along the baseline no past the king go do king inside what the right hand reverse layup his good at louisville on top two to nothing that's one of the great assets that liberals big men have they're both good passer spalding and mahmoud abu did a nice pass on life post contignent truck a basketball upfront carter part of the big guy back to the bell the dow top of the key grason allan allan the twelve on the shot clock stopped pick to run the left wing here's a long threepointer around the rim though good the valve miss the shot rebound control had a still without got a hand got it drives him no fouls of louisville player went down trek victory offering no good rebound snyder for louisville twonothing particles here the second minute of play a camera in the indoor stadium liberal comes into the game eighteen to nine eight in six in the conference coming up with tucked loss at home at the onset of the north carolina over the.
"louisville" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"Think the uh i think what kornheiser will butter yelling about and i didn't see the the the the peace but is rooted in a solid plates but it's just the instead wages not go in there doesn't appear because with any body because like that's worth it i if you've got a death penalty on the table in the ever gonna use it that'd be a place the lava would be the place to use i don't disagree with that perished and i do and i i'm with you and that's a they're just not going to go there but when you step back and look at what has happened here in two cases in and while louisville was on probation for the matter we're talking about and then had assistance per the fbi and hotel room saying hey we gotta keep this on the down low we want to get this kid let's see how much money we can send to him or his representatives and all that it's a it's a flagrant it's a flagrant violation and it's why i think the next six weeks are going to be interesting with louisville in terms of his decides to keep david pageant or not this is a bubble team right now and if it doesn't and wants to hire a big coach listen is still an appealing job but there are still a lot of unknowns out there and the instability is not i assure you the people working for the instantly are not tonedeaf it might seem like that and it's an easy criticism and talking point but they are going to intake all of the reaction to this to this punishment and then they're going to take on the next case in regard to the fbi and they're going to say listen we've gotten who we've got no national championship and we've got no final four to take away from this program but but they were they were you know they had assistance going to hotel rooms talk about trying to to funnel money under the table and used on the black market which that's another issue we won't get into it.
"louisville" Discussed on First Take
"The bullet veer let me tell you why i don't think it's that's v i think as much ado about nothing i think the louisville players a right which can do i i sort of michigan national title i remember that what it or want to kevin wear one or the other players to what i still got this ring here given a back the money that the university ghana during that incidentally tournament run they have they don't have to give any of that back so this is all pomp and circumstance along the lines of what exactly what you're saying well and because his that essentially its artificial and at the end of the day you know what you're sitting in artificial message because in the in what you want to do is use it as is the sway of measure to make sure that other programs don't follow down a because we might get you a hell of a lot earlier than we got louisville and by the way because there's a precedent that said here it will give us an excuse that we need to bring that him down even more profoundly in the future ncaa looks hypocritical and it earlier it reminds me of a team america world police remember this when they're they're they're going to send a weapons inspectors hans blix was the you when weapons inspectors going to check out north korea and kim jong il at the time was mocking him like what's hans blix going to do what are you going to do if you finds weapons in houses that i'm going to write you a letter that says you have been very very bad he's going to censure and right not sanctioned book censure that's kind of what the ncaa what what are they doing here it's kind of tough to say they're overreacting i know what you mean well but and at the same time say they really doing anything as i said earlier they're gonna take out of pocket watch and say you never saw those games we all saw those games i think one of the reasons if you take it as a as a real overreacted reaction kind of punishment it has to do with a sordid nature of the benefits thing about sports is particularly collegiate sports it's family entertainment even discussing this subject i'm careful about the words i choose to describe it.