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"mark murphy" Discussed on Celtics Beat

Celtics Beat

05:00 min | Last month

"mark murphy" Discussed on Celtics Beat

"Not afford shrewd wage? I don't think they can, I don't think it's physically possible. I mean, if they, if people that were all, they can still pull off a healed trade, like a hundred forty-three million or a hundred forty something million five or more player. I mean, the Nets version of it works because you have two or three of the best isolation scores in the game. I mean hard, it is a four or whatever percent three points you were pretty also is a whisk with the basketball he's phenomenal. Kyrie when he's right isn't incredibly good break you off the dribble player and Kevin Is one of the best Shooters in the individual scores we've ever seen in the history of basketball. This other version of it doesn't like, it doesn't matter where you put around those three guys, they're still going a hundred twenty points and they're they're they're they're Durant three. You know foot sizes. Smaller shot away from being in the NBA Finals. Probably right. Cuz they probably have a, you know, even though they were short, they probably find a way to handle the Hawks, cuz that's how good that the rent and, and hardened and Kyrie, if they're all healthy, can be in Durant, was dealing with those healthy at the end at the end of the thing. So long, you know, look, it doesn't to me, it doesn't work. It's great for Boston because that gets an impact player out of the Eastern Conference and they replacing the whole bunch of junk, right? That's great for Boston. So what college that worried about what last team to worry about winless team to beat up and maybe, you know, if Jalen and Jason are there, eight games, you can still win that. I mean, you know, look, those are the most of the games are Celtics. Tend to lose, though, aren't they do? Unfortunately it's that seems to be the case but it's it's, you know, the Lakers version and look. I understand getting Westbrook cuz he's first off, he's durable. He's the anti Anthony Davis. Davis you off to get an injury every single season, you know, one or two. And look, I love Anthony Davis, but he just can't stay healthy. Westbrook is Iron Man, that guy in his never ever and he plays hard. Every second basically is on the floor. I mean, defensively might slip every once in a while and he's not that great of a Defender anymore. But you want to worry about him trying, he's going to, he's going to bust his ass for 48 minutes. So I think about like that but how they feel the rest of that roster out. I have, I have no idea. I have no clue and and you know, it'll be fascinating to watch cuz they're going to compete with some guys in the periphery that boss is going to probably want to compete with them in Boston. Might have a little more money, their disposal than La does is going to have the Bronx. So that's when you compare him and he try and bring this up, looks back into it. You look at, you know, they might be looking at the same guys in the periphery and Ed Your Boston might have that we have more money than they do in L is like, yeah. Well we have LeBron and and we're going to be able to compete for a title a little bit better than Boston does. But you know, that's going to be to bring it back to Boston. That's, you know, that's neat to see how it impacts them a little bit..

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"mark murphy" Discussed on Celtics Beat

Celtics Beat

05:17 min | Last month

"mark murphy" Discussed on Celtics Beat

"But so Westbrook guys. Replaced it also. Yeah. But yeah, but no. I think Bill is, you know, bill has shown no indication that he wants to leave as you were saying, but he I think he's going to put play out his contract and see what happens. Wait for wait until you become a free agent. See what happens next year. Maybe we're all wrong, and, you know, That's a good good lineup. I just I just thought last night when that deal was made, I thought, what a great deal for the Lakers. Let's spend a few on that deal because it, it was interesting. I mean, they use like the, the war between Sharm sandwich because first it looked like buddy hield for those same players, more or less was going to be going to La and then you know maybe the wizard swooped in and made the Westbrook deal or maybe it was in a mental was leverage. I don't know honestly just as as a basketball fan, clearly I'm not a Lakers fan but as a basketball fan, I thought buddy, hield would have been a better fit. Their, you know, is, is he the better player? No choice. But would you be the better fit? I think you would have been you wouldn't have given up quite as much for me either. As you know what Westbrook in that 44 million year or whatever it is cost you. I just what's interesting to me and I remember it, Evan and I've talked about this a bunch as well just over the years. You know, I did not think and I was wrong, obviously, I did not think the the bubble Lakers or wage Team in general. And, and going into that year, two years ago, they were the expected projected Champions and and sure enough, you know, they they they were, I didn't think they, they had enough of, you know, I found the excuse me. I thought the LeBron Davis like top-heavy that's it. They're, you know, very little around them, not nearly enough to go win a championship as we song did and then they make all these moves. Last offseason addressing the fact that they really despite winning a championship really lacked depth. And I remember saying on the show, I thought the Lakers were at 6 on paper a better team this past year than they were the previous year when they won. And then health issues that way load management out like LeBron doesn't play nearly as much. He is a serious injury. Davis is in and out throughout the year and you know then they they they squeak into the play and tournament go down to the first round and I think they're just so embarrassed that it's dead. You know, the hell with this, you know, we're going to deal with it. We're going to show all the all the gamblers that are our odds, are where they should be and depth be damned. We're adding another, you know, head of the snake and often, you know, we're forming our our or even more super team, we've got a three-headed monster. Now we've got a big three with LeBron and, and Davis and Westbrook. I don't think Westbrook, by the way, it's going to be a month, you know, average, a triple-double there in LA because I think he's going to fall short on the rebound..

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"mark murphy" Discussed on Celtics Beat

Celtics Beat

04:22 min | Last month

"mark murphy" Discussed on Celtics Beat

"They needed some some some older guys to help them in certain situations and and by drafting this guy bigger wrong I hope I'm saying that right. You you guarantee your thoughts are consistent. Yeah that's that's really all that matters. You know if you dropped him with the idea of like okay we drafted this guy and so much traffic this guy but he's not going to be here. We can let him down somewhere else female. We can give you know, those out of the bench thoughts to people that are really going to play. So I I like that when you have the 45th pick in the draft and this is again expecting back off. Adam, two ways to look dead. Late first-round, picks slash any stick around figure. You have you either a pic a skill, that your team desperately needs. And you find a guy that fits that skill like Joe wise campus, a three-point shooter, Austin, Reaves the three-point shooter. Even the guy that got late Sam Houser, who shot 48% from 3, out of 5 attempts a game the season prior to laugh. I think he was Wichita State, maybe then went on a Virginia and shot 46% from 3 on six attempts. Pretty good shooter. That's that you take something like that or you say, all right, choice guy has so much upside, but he's so far away that, you know, if we let him develop some where he might really develop into something, then if you know, if he were two years later on the road to be, you know, mid first-round or a lottery pick something like that off. That's the way boss is going here. I have no problem with that wings. As Mark mentioned hottest thing you possibly imagine in terms of value, right? So there's so many point guards in the NBA that, you know, it seems like everybody wage A bunch of the boss can use one big men are, if they don't do certain things, they're really not valuable for you anymore, right? So Wings is the the hot commodity is what you want the most of in. The N Bake is the way on defense. And, you know, way you guys can, you know, act as facilitators as a wing player and what the mismatches that creates on the office feedback, whatever. So into beggar on, like first thought, the frame is ideal for a guy like that would be six. Six seven foot wingspan, as an eighteen-year-old already weighs 215 pounds..

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Raiders QB Derek Carr Would “Welcome” Reunion With Davante Adams

WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

01:18 min | 2 months ago

Raiders QB Derek Carr Would “Welcome” Reunion With Davante Adams

"Has one year left on his contract. His current QB one Aaron Rodgers. We don't know when he's going to show up. We don't know how that situation is going to be solved with his fight up against Mark Murphy and also Brian Gouda Coons. Derek Carr did something smart. The other day. He was doing an interview courtesy of CBS and Derek Carr says he will try hard to recruit Davante Adams to Las Vegas. I've learned in this in this business, you never shut the door on anything, you know, I know that he's obviously the best receiver, you know, everyone said one of the best is the best receiver in the NFL. You know, the guy is unbelievable as Been one of my best friends since we were in college together. I love the guy. I would always welcome to play with him again. I think it would have liked some things in both of us that people haven't seen yet. You know, and, uh and I'm always open to that and I will be recruiting very hard. So when that time comes, it will be a full court press. I always love how if a general manager for president of football operations said that it would be tampering, a player says that I am no big deal whatsoever that he's going to be recruiting. De Monte and but I guess this cop out there or is opt out. There is all I said if that opportunity does present itself.

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"mark murphy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

08:33 min | 3 months ago

"mark murphy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"After hours with Amy Lawrence. Weekend go so fast. I know logically, it's because they're only 48 hours, as opposed to the length of the work week. But how is it that the time feels like it goes so much faster days during the week seem to drag a little more, and I know I know it's only Sunday night. So I'm not allowed to start talking about Friday yet I won't I promise, but I can't promise you. I haven't already thought about it like, huh? How long will this week feel? I know a lot of you are in the same boat. Weekends are precious and they make the work weeks. Well, they make them productive. Make them bearable. And actually, this weekend was Cool milestone in my personal life, which I will share with you. It came with Well, it came with the perfect anniversary present. Seriously, just wait until I tell you so it will be had a good weekend. It was certainly chock full of drama Mob Whether we're talking about the field, the cord, the ice, the other field, the clay. Yeah, There's a lot happening in sports, and so There was something for everyone. If you were interested in Hoops and hockey. It's getting good in the postseason. If you're all about the boys of summer as we get closer to summer and Major league baseball, there's plenty there and now MLB is serious about cracking down on foreign substances. If you like the red Clay Well, the French Open man. What a weekend for Novak Djokovic, not to mention on the women's side. A pretty cool story. First time champion but not First time Grand Slam winner, So I'll explain about the Czech woman who won the French Open Singles crown, of course on the ice. Now we're back into the routine after the NHL was dark on both Friday and Saturday. Back on the ice Sunday, the Tampa Bay Lightning as the defending Stanley Cup champions already in a hole, and so the Islanders are forced to be reckoned with. There's a lot that we can get to a lot That we can talk about some scary moments across the pond in in the euro championships that are going on on the pitch. As I meant there, the other field, the soccer pitch that they're they're taking place now as well and While I understand that Mark Murphy was not Sharing his own sentiments. You know how social media is, You know how sound bites Can be pulled and isolated and taken out of context. And I just wonder if Murphy thought about it before, he said it Although I'll just raise my hand and say I'm I'm complicated. I'm absolutely complicated. I own it. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio. We're live from the rocket mortgage studios when you need certainty in the home buying process with a loan that fits your life rocket can so you can find me on social media a variety of different ways. And if you're joining us on the show here for the first time, we like to compliment the show with our Twitter and Facebook. But of course, The show is the show that's just social media, and I really can't control what happens over there on the information superhighway with all of the different entrance and exit ramps, but on Twitter, a law radio and to all of our polls as well as a lot of the videos them Different show material that we share that comes from our show Twitter account after our CBS we'd love for you to follow us there as well. It makes producer Dave Happy. I wish I could tell you he got a raise. Or or maybe a bonus for every I don't know 1000 new followers on our show Twitter. Maybe we can make that. I think that would be really cool. Actually, only if I get a cut because I thought of it. And then on our Facebook page after hours with Amy Lawrence, and our phone number is 855 to 1 to 4 to 2. Seven. That's 855 to 1 to four CBS, So we're going to start with I won't call it stunning, but I would say it's mildly surprising. The fact that the Phoenix Suns We're able to sweep the Denver Nuggets now. Granted, the Nuggets are an entirely different team with more weapons. And they're more dangerous more difficult to guard when Jamal Murray is on the court, and we talked about this going back to those months ago when he he tours a CL right, That's what happened to him. And that sucked even then. Remember tweeting about it. Remember talking about it? This changes everything for the Western Conference. And so Nico Yokich did everything he possibly could to keep this team. Among the top three seeds in the West, and he deserves all the credit. Just as a side note. I doubt he wins. M v P if Jamal Murray is still playing. Because the responsibility The role that he had to assume. That looks completely different post Jamal Murray injury And as I was watching a lot of this series I kept thinking Devin Booker, Jamal Murray on the same court. For a It wouldn't have been a sweet Buttle think and maybe wouldn't have been a Phoenix win. But don't cry for me, Argentina. Nobody feels badly for teams and for athletes. Well, you feel badly for athletes, but nobody feels badly for teams. Encounter injuries. Why, well because it's part of the game. And eventually it will be your team's turn. That's always the case eventually. Your team has the serious injury. And so that the idea that What if what if Jamal Murray was still on the court? You can toy with that for a little bit, but it shouldn't take away from what the sons have accomplished. It doesn't matter that Anthony Davis got hurt for the Lakers and that Jamal Murray was not available for this series end. The Denver Nuggets played really well after Murray got hurt. Sometimes that provides a little extra adrenaline, a little extra motivation. There's the emotion. There's the inspiration factors but ultimately in a seven game series or best of seven game series. The team that's healthier, very often rises to the top, and we're going to talk about the Brooklyn Nets now and what happens, moving forward, even though we don't have all the information about James Harden and Kyrie Irving. So all of that aside again, nobody feels badly for another team That's going through injuries because you know it's just a matter of time until it's your turn. Until your lottery balls pop into the Into the I don't even know what that's called until your lottery ball pops up there. That would have been an easier way to say it, except you don't want to win this lottery. But it happens. It should not take away from the fact that Chris Paul Is not only playing brilliantly. But he's found the perfect Classroom. For his education. It's not always been a great fit with Chris Paul. I think it was with New Orleans. And I wouldn't say it was a bad fit with the Clippers. But of course they were unable to bust through that glass ceiling. Could this finally be his opportunity? And it fits together. They fit together so well A because of Monty Williams. That's a huge piece of this. Because they had a pre established relationship. Because Williams trust Chris Paul But also because.

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How the Aaron Rodgers-Packers Drama Will Likely End

Get Up!

01:50 min | 3 months ago

How the Aaron Rodgers-Packers Drama Will Likely End

"Strikes out. looking yankee. Third base coach. Phil nevin was irate. Got thrown out either way. We go to extras tied at four top. Ten at fluey sesa during the pitching and a three to count. That's called the ball. And gary sanchez can't believe it. The yankees are frustrated. And then they would like this. Even last two onto that zander bogart's a basic both run score and the red sox winning six four completing the sweep again. It's the first time. The red sox walk into yankee stadium and leave with a sweep in a decade prior to this series. Boston lost eleven straight away games against the bombers. Moreover the red sox have now won five straight extra inning games at yankee stadium. We'll talk more about that later. Meanwhile now let's talk about this. Tomorrow is a significant day. In the development of the aaron rodgers sodden it is the first of three consecutive days of packers mandatory minicamp in his monthly column. Packers president. Mark murphy at this to say regarding the impact of the predicament. Quote the situation. We face with aaron rodgers has divided our fan base the emails and letters that i received reflect. This fact is. I wrote here last month. We remain committed to resolving things with aaron wanting to be our quarterback in twenty twenty one and beyond working to resolve the situation and realize that the less votes sides say publicly. The better you said that again. Dominic foxworth in his monthly column. So what question media jumps to your mind. A why the hell is mark. Berkeley a monthly column. Like who cares. And also i mean can. We do a foia request on his emails. Because i'm pretty sure there is. Nobody emailing him. Angry about aaron rodgers. There is no divide. There's no fans like we don't want aaron back like he's trying to create this this friction that doesn't exist and it seems

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Aaron Rodgers Confirms Rift With Packers in off-Camera Discussion With Mike Tirico

Scott Warras

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Aaron Rodgers Confirms Rift With Packers in off-Camera Discussion With Mike Tirico

"To NBC Sports Mike to Rico that there is a rift between him and the Packers management. Rogers a V I P guest at the Kentucky Derby today. Packers President Mark Murphy, those saying the team has been working to resolve any conflicts over the past several months and remains committed to have Roger's play for Green Bay next season and beyond. Red flag

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Are the Packers Preparing for Life After Aaron Rodgers?

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:37 min | 6 months ago

Are the Packers Preparing for Life After Aaron Rodgers?

"Take a listen to our friend. Chris canty who was on keyshawn. Jay will zubin. The packers are telling you that prepares you for life. After aaron rodgers one front last season was with the personnel. This front. This offseason is with the financial house and making sure that they can have aaron rodgers on a year to year proposition rather than committing cab dollars and resources to in future years so i think that this is mark murphy in his roundabout way of saying. We're getting ready for life after aaron rodgers. We don't know exactly when that is because we gave him that contract in two thousand eighteen. We're going to be the ones to determine when exactly that happens. Not the player you heard them. The packers are preparing for life after aaron rodgers. No doubt obviously. They drafted now first of all that they really liked to take jordan. Love means that they didn't decide this year. We're going to take a quarterback they. They decided within like a two to three year window. Probably when we see a quarterback. We think we will be great. We're going to grab him and that we could actually get in the draft because they usually have a good record and jordan love they grabbed. They think he's going to be the next great one. When you look at the packers time between store and brett farve but you know as pretty you know breakfast starring brett farve and then during brett forbes rain they draft aaron rogers and rogers even better than fourth. Now they have gordon love. They're preparing for life after aaron rodgers. The thing is what tom brady just showed you. Is these dudes playing to their mid forties nowadays early mid forties. Who knows how much time. Rogers has

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"mark murphy" Discussed on Celtics Beat

Celtics Beat

05:34 min | 6 months ago

"mark murphy" Discussed on Celtics Beat

"You know before he ran into trouble and Atlanta. I don't think that was entirely his fault. Yeah. She was young guy Guru when he was on the Sixers staff. You know, he he was everybody's favorite assistant coach, you know, he was kind of a rising star. I think you need job. Guy like that. I don't know if that fits up here. But yeah. Grow on trees though and and write as much as you want to I mean, this is an April Fool's joke, but Rick Pitino could come walking through that door again. Wanted to destroy a franchise for the second time. So young pilot. Yeah, like I covered like severed killed here if you jump from UMass to the Nets and that was awful you talk about a circus that was just crazy. So then and I zeroed this in on on you mark, but are we all in agreement then that I mean like that guy? There's no guy out there that you would Revolt Brad Stevens with right now. If you could if you were on a lame duck contract and and removing all the money, he's owed. Is there a is there a single guy out there you to replace Brad with right now? No, no. That's the thing for all your bread haters. What? What? What do you want? Do you want Doc the doc right. I'm not I can't wait three one lead, you know, I guess the answer to this problem is not a simple one and you know, you, you know, get rid of Daniel who who is going to be the GM that you know, we can have we can have you know, and I love Mike. Zarren. This mics are going to take over is that what we need to do or do you need fresh blood in there? Somebody talked about Gary Washburn know he was you know, there's gotta be some fresh blood somewhere at some point has to come in this organization have a decent amount of you know, powerful voice to make some sort of change here, you know, it is a coming to the office to come to the coaching staff. Is it is it a player a veteran that comes in and straighten these guys out. I mean, you know, that's all the questions that you know, Danny and and ultimately Wick and and Steve and everybody else. Works in an ownership group have to come up with you know, what what because this season or do we just go? Hey, this is the one of the weirdest seasons in the history of the league and we shouldn't do a lot of fact last year the ones again, you could say this continuing into this year is it's it's almost like it's one long season. It really is I'll go with you on that. Yeah. Well, but you know the dead go ahead I will just a coaching thing like you go back to that, you know, and the segments been mainly about coaching..

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"mark murphy" Discussed on Celtics Beat

Celtics Beat

03:15 min | 6 months ago

"mark murphy" Discussed on Celtics Beat

"The promo code is clns 50 BetOnline your online Sportsbook experts. So Mark Murphy, let's go back to the Brad Stevens discussion for just a moment here. And again, I don't think he's gone even doesn't think he's gone. I'm going to put words in your mouth. You don't think he's gone. I don't think any of us are calling for him to be gone and please do, you know interrupt me if if you do but let's just have the conversation for the fire Brad crowd that that's out there and then people saying, you know, just give us someone else this guy's overrated. He's not motivated team. What does he really want to hear above all the stuff that we always see on social media. He's gotta go. He sucks now again, I don't agree with any of that. But let's just say he's gotta go who would you want now? I've had friends of mine suggest, you know, assistant ex-assistant why you know guys that either, you know are retreads or haven't yet had that opportunity and and who knows I mean like Bruce Cassidy with the Bruins right wage, maybe somebody, you know gets the opportunity and and they actually do run with it and hey this, you know people were skeptical but this was the right move. I don't know who that guy is the only guy the birth Only guy that I can think of in the NBA that if you said to me Brands gotta go who do you want? The only one I can come up with this available obviously, cuz that's a big part of it for people that. Get dark. You can't have. I'm the only guy that I can think of Mark is Kenny Atkinson. That's the only guy that I can think of that. Yeah. He did some things with the Nets with you know, he he did a lot with a little as bread for so many years in Boston before he started to do a little with a lot. That's the guy the only guy that that I can think of I I would hesitate with him because she's a developmental guy. He you know wants the product mature that get rid of them, I think. You need a guy who can deal with the young Stars. I'm not sure that was Kenny Atkinson Forte either sure it, you know, the questions come up about how does bread deal with stars. I mean the I know they all left for different reasons, but you've you've lost Kyrie Gordon and Horford. Yeah, and I was there sure also would come back in a second if you go. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, if he and if he had been bought out, you know, it wouldn't have been surprised. Yeah, okay, but Yeah, it's the evidence is that she is High Caliber players don't stick around. So I don't know if they're not buying n Kyrie. I don't think I read about it. And I mean, that's pretty yeah, I mean you could argue like Alan and you know outlet for money Hayward left for opportunity and sort of money, you know, but but but but hey, we've been here. He's the one that did not buy in but Haler did not think this system was for him. And this is just did the update the system was for him or did he not think he has placed within the system that well? Yeah his place within the system want to be a fourth option. I'm not I don't blame them. I.

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What Kemba Walker’s Impending Return Means for the Boston Celtics

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

03:15 min | 9 months ago

What Kemba Walker’s Impending Return Means for the Boston Celtics

"I was laid off the last couple of medical reports. I really thought they would get to around now and then start to assess whether he can do anything at all. But the report the report is super positive to next Thursday 11 to relax keeping keeping your pants for a second know but look this you can't ask for more. Now. This is what you're looking for. It's dead, you know him starting to do actual basketball activity and that's what he's doing. So he's going to practice there's a report now. He might have been played by Friday. I you know, I don't there's people here and again, I'm one of them wondering what are we going to get out of him? Is it going to be 80% ninety percent hundred percent the reports today where that he was dead. No, really really good. So Bobby, what do we have? We have Brad here. Yep. I'm going to play. This is Brad Stevens talking about Kemba returning off-campus starting to rejoin the team in practice. The next progression for him is to get out there on the court with other guys on the team. He's been out there with coaching staff. He's been out there both one-on-one on one workouts, but also in doing is reads and four on four and five on five stuff, but next step now is to play some live in practice some 5 and with our guys, I don't think he's too far Johnny looks great. He feels great. Probably the best these felt since he's been here, you know coming straight to Boston from China last year in the In the FIBA games and then you know obviously in the bubble you had the ramp up and then by the end of it he's you know playing large minutes and we're in the middle of a playoff run and so he feels great dog looks good. Although I don't think our coaches present much of a challenge except for one. So it's a little bit of a, you know, catch-twenty-two from that regard, but he we're encouraged and I'm sure he'll be back sometime here in the near future, but we're going to still progress through the next steps of workouts and practice and those type of things. Mark Murphy, okay. So that's as good as it gets he's practicing in full with the team the report that he could be back in a week and Brad saying he looks nice as he's looked you can't ask for more now. It's just a matter of what we see. So I'll I'll shut it I can't wait. I don't I don't care if he's 70% it's a huge difference wage. Cuz right now every single thing that we're looking for from this team. It's amazing again offensively. They've been what they've been because of Tatum and brown so much when you know smart hasn't really I found his groove or found his spot. We thought he might end up having to supplement more offense with Kemba out and with Hayward gone hasn't really happened. They're getting it from kind of strange places, but just to take a little pressure off those jobs and have another guy out there who's a professional scorer and that's just what he does in life. It's going to be great, you know, just whatever minutes you get and whatever contributions you get. It's just a net-positive.

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"mark murphy" Discussed on Celtics Beat

Celtics Beat

03:50 min | 9 months ago

"mark murphy" Discussed on Celtics Beat

"I want to hear your thoughts on that but on top of that wage talking about the injury do we know any sort of timetable or estimate for when he's going to be available? Well first it was that well, he he may not be back until the end of training camp. Now. It's why I don't know if he's going to make it for the season opener, which is a pretty good indication. He won't be there for the seasonal right or Christmas day. He's got a lot of work to do because boss He hasn't played since last spring. Hm. He didn't play in the bubble. Right? So he's coming back from a hamstring and he's going to be rusty bucket. So, you know, that's going to take some time. Maybe you don't see him until Kemba comes back. How about his fit, you know beyond radius and I think we take a break but president. Oh personality-wise. She's you know Teague was talking about this the other day just how he's noticed how he helps young guys and That's what is going to be. You know, this team has so many people who need a little Direction Rob Williams. I mean, you'll be invaluable having him with Rob Williams, but they haven't had enough sense of rebound to like this and how long Let me check it offensive rebound just go to a whole lot else, you know, and some of the finishes sometimes would be a little question. But but this guy, I you know, he wrote he he rolls to the rim. I mean, he knows all those little things what to do off and pick and I mean, he'll be he'll he'll he'll help move the ball down and I think they're going to be a better team for that. I mean the question is do you still start to ice? I think they're going to start Tyson at least initially invest guy will bring incredible energy Off the Bench. Well, I use that it's it's it's the process of of getting Thompson comfortable out of the shed too. Right? Right. Yeah, and and he is such you know, he's known for being such a teammate that you know, I have no doubt. The problem is he's getting older even if he's only twenty-nine. That's an old 29. Yeah, so wear and tear on that body some deep thoughts Seasons. So how long does it take him to come back from this injury? That's My question I've seen guys like this before who have arrived and you never really see them the rest of the year. I mean there is that that happened some maybe I'm always back but feel Ratliff is the one that sticks out in my head. He was great big addition and I forget the injury, but he did in the second game of the season and that was it. They never had him again. So you gotta be really careful with the just to Thursday. It's about managing him and Camber going to be the guys that you managed. But you talk about like there seems to be a respect factor for for Thompson. I mean you can talk about how you know your brown and Tatum wage spend time trying to recruit him to get another team, you know, Brad and I think maybe even Danny's talked about how they try to get Tristan for years and I always been something they've gone after and you know, just you talk about all the things she brings to the table the experience. I mean, I will ask to your last postseason I heard about you know, the southern a real, you know, graveyard vet on the team that can show them how to win money, you know Thompson's twenty-nine. But again when you've gone, you know to the NBA finals the same time she has LeBron James you just know, you know some things that some people aren't privy to you know, it's sad that his defense of stuff is going to be really special..

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"mark murphy" Discussed on Celtics Beat

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04:39 min | 9 months ago

"mark murphy" Discussed on Celtics Beat

"Of instances that'll change. But you know, there's not supposed to be any travel until mid-march. Anyway, they halfway point. It seems like in listening to these players. I know they've only been back at the Garden for a couple few days at this point, but just to be back in there for the first time since March granted empty gyms through practicing no games as of yet, but everyone seems to really be embracing just the opportunity to be in familiar confines. Yeah, but it's a little different to like a big says, I believe it was two days ago then was a little tougher to just blend in with people just because everything's such a rush, you know, he's trying to learn the system on the Fly. He's trying to get his teammates on the Fly and with with Kemba Walker out until January. He's going to play a big role. You know, he's he's the guy right right out of the get. You know, I think the shoot I mean, what's the 35 look like these injuries as starting five Stevens is indicating. He's going to continue to go small. So, you know, you'll see It'll be what you got last year. It'll be theis. Tatum Jaylen smart and my hunch is Teague. Hm. I know Adam Saleh to the hospital Celtics. Well, I am I am now in the hospital wage. And so when Peyton Pritchard dislocating his finger the other day, it's just another add another one of the list but you know why I thought it was starting five and I had crisp read mine last week before we talked a little bit about the starting five years. I actually because of teague's like he's green to this offense, right? He's not a guy that's been locked in with Stevens, you know, he's you're thrown into the fire. So to speak and some guys went really well that way some guys do so with that being said, you know, I was always kind of curious with the lineup of smart Brown Tatum Tysons empty. I go a different direction I pivot to Grant Williams is what I think right is is a guy that gives you a little bit more size a little bit more experience in terms of familiar with the team over teak but gives you some switch ability of the defensive side and in fact, Three point shot that we saw during the bottle end of the playoffs, you know can sustain himself. He's a pretty valuable piece out there and being the, you know, fourth fifth option that spreads the floor offensively and defensively can switch, you know, we'll call you to through for you know, I'm not sure if you want on point guards all the time and I'm pretty positive. You don't want official Center but those in between Wing guys, I think you can you handle themselves pretty well. I think the starting five is up for a date but you know, if if Stevens wants to go with t and go smaller instead of Williams, I don't think I really have a problem with that cuz they're going to change pretty quickly. Anyway, Mark. Yeah. Yeah and he is he's talking about multiple ball-handlers. I mean, you know as.

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"mark murphy" Discussed on There I Was...

There I Was...

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"mark murphy" Discussed on There I Was...

"Hey, let's drop down and take a look at this canyon are let's drop down and fly over the river and what they haven't paused to think about is the angle of the sun in flying directly under the sun or where there might. Might be a hidden ridge or a hidden set of power lines, and all of those examples are stuff. We've seen in incidents for accents in the Air Safety Institute so you're aerobatic experience kind of reinforces something that the rest of us can think about these impromptu decisions these decisions on a whim in the moment. You really need to pause and think through those. As we were going through this or processing us. Oh, we decided to make a decision to tell obviously my father, who's my mentor and been teaching me? He's been flying for fifty one years now, so he? He's my mentor and we've talked about this a few days later. One of my neighbors came to me and he said that you find the other day. I said which day the up that was. Uh Us, he said I've watched for years. 'cause we have an Arabic box over our house, so. So we you know we go up at practice and he's that I've watched you for years and I've never seen that maneuver. And I was like which maneuver did you see that one where you went over the treetops top spinning and I was like. Where were you when you saw? And he's like I was at my garage, and you know from line of sight. He's looking over his trees. You know down a a half a mile or so. So when we disappeared below his treeline that put us. US Two hundred feet maybe from the ground, and he said he did not see US recover. He only saw spinning on the way down, and then he saw us as we popped back up to come around and land, and then I said. How many turns did you think we did? And he's like six seven eight I don't know you just kept spinning and Spinning and spinning and the he he was like even he is a non aviator was like concerned for what like what are we doing again? Again all this really ties back. To what can we learn from? This is the biggest thing. Is the overconfidence the impromptu decision not even looking at the book of the new airplane that we're GONNA fly not talking to another pilot that flies these and say hey. Does this airplane have any quirks that I need to know about with the Internet? There's so much out there that we could research something before we go fly, and then the other thing is I'm a flight instructor. Get a flight instructor that's. With the type of airplane you're gonNA, fly or the type of flying that you're GonNa do if you're going to do. Aerobatics want tail wheel. There's so many good instructors out there that can help all of us. Avoid these mistakes yeah I would add two more lessons learned mark, and that is your composure under intense pressure and stress, and.

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05:53 min | 1 year ago

"mark murphy" Discussed on There I Was...

"And My heart sinks I'm like we need to do a weight and balance on this airplane. We gotta find out where we were in the CGU envelope, so my father were mechanics and We get out the scales. We've put the airplane on the scales. We simulated the actually we had. We didn't add fuel to us, and we had the same amount of fuel which we are low feel. My brother got in the front seat I got in the backseat. We've put the little bag of you. Know I it's not really luggage, but some bag of what we had brought with us in the trunk. Bide our had. The other thing that we realize is, we didn't even have parachutes on. A big whoops, you know we were flying straight and level. We weren't gonNA do Arabic so we didn't even have the weight of parachutes on us, but and my brother and I are that heavy were both one hundred and sixty pounds, and we did the weight and ballots, and then my father was there and My father is an engineer and he's taking the. The calculations and we plotted on the chart in the back of the book and we find out. We were not in the aerobatic category of this aircraft. We were asked CG G.. Then we go to the normal category, and we plotted on there, and we're not even in the CG of the normal category. This airplane. We were just outside the APP CG event. And I said to my father I can possible that we're playing. Just the two of US and we're ask C. Normal category. Let alone aerobatic, so we recalculated it. We verified that that airplane was APPs CG, not only the aerobatic category, but the normal categories so now I go back to the manual where it says inverted flat spins, and it says can be impossible underlines to recover from an inverted spin this condition and you know you shake your head now and what happened yesterday? I think. My heart sank even more. When you read that you know now, you're saying we shouldn't have been able to recover from this. Well, that's a that's a sober moment there when you realize that. Yeah it! It really changed. How I thought about these suctions of its justice. You know we've all, said it. I think it's just another airplane. It's just an airplane you know, but it's not just an airplane. Every one of these airplanes that we fly whether it's a serious or P fifty one. They all have their own little idiosyncrasies spent. We need to know and it might be the fuel system, management, or or something else or white characteristic, but it's our responsibility as pilots to know the airplane that we're going to be flying that day. Yeah! Mark I'm curious to get your reaction to some things. A couple of traits in this event that we see sometimes consistently in general aviation incidents..

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04:05 min | 1 year ago

"mark murphy" Discussed on There I Was...

"We'd love to have you. What's so impressive about that? Mark is your in an aircraft. It's out of Control and as an experienced aerobatic pilot. You know that your airplane is never out of control. You May in some very specific maneuvers. put it out of control for just a moment, but you know how to get it right back. You're spinning inverted in and out of control airplane. You're within seconds of hitting the ground fallen at four to five thousand feet a minute, and you started this at about twenty eight hundred eight L. something like that. And all the while. Though you're thinking, you're not panicking. You're thinking and composure flying the airplane until you're doing what you're trained to do and what your experience tells you to do. You're able to pull it back into controlled flight and recover it. That's impressive mental composure. Yeah, it was in. Here's the tragic thing that. You know as we talk about now I guess the Epilogue of I've learned from it and what my brother learn. One of the sad things about this story is if something tragic had happened the consensus of the aviation community in you know my friends and family. They would've said my brother had just bought this new airplane. He must have been flying. He must have been trying the aerobatics and he must've. must've screwed it up and then big brother must have been fighting to fix it, but he probably didn't have enough time to fix little brothers. Mistake I'm man enough to say. That was one hundred percent. My Fault of what I did, but the tragedy I. Think would have been. They probably would have said that. It was my brother's fault of what happened because they would have just made those assumptions. So as you look back on, it mark. You're going into this hammerhead maneuver. The Christian Eagle itself is new to you, but again the flight characteristics very similar to its see you go into this hammerhead, which you've done dozens of times and yet you get a surprise reaction from what happened. That night you know my brother and I had a small little celebration of life..

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02:13 min | 1 year ago

"mark murphy" Discussed on There I Was...

"You're now thirty seconds to ground impact right probably not even that as this whole thing developed i. don't think we went from playing around to really in trouble. I think it was fifteen seconds. You know twenty seconds. It was not long at all. That's where the fight in me sort of came out and said No. This is not how this is. The stupid airplane did this I was the dumb guy that did this, but it isn't gonNA. End this way you know. I kinda refocused. What's going on? What am I doing here? It is the first. First couple tournaments was very gentle on the recovery this last one I'm like I'm going to make this airplane do what I want and I kind of popped the rudder in the opposite direction and pop the stick back, and then just like all of a sudden the noses pointed at the ground, and we're accelerating, and so as a result you know we talk about secondary stalls can be worse than the initial stall so as smoothly as I could accelerate and flew out of this condition, so the facts without you know without exaggerating or embellishing. We flew down is I was accelerating and again I. Don't have a surface aerobatics. I'm comfortable with us. We flew down. Little bit below the tree tops into the field. That would have hit if we didn't fix this. And then just slowly came back up, so we were I. would say a half a turn I mean a half a turn. You know you think of life in the split seconds you know It was probably a half of turn from one of two ways. We're GONNA, fly out of this or we're going to hit the ground. There was no between there was no yeah. We'll have a broken leg or you know we're GONNA have to. It was just you fix it or you're not? There was no in between of this and as we pulled. And we're right over my house, so we just pulled up into a down when I landed in silence, my brother and I we landed, taxied up to the House in front of the hangar opened up. The canopy got out in silence I think my brother was the first to speak, and I think his words for something to the effect of I. Don't know whether to punch you in the face right now or hug. You I'm not sure which emotion I feeling right now. Hey,.

"mark murphy" Discussed on There I Was...

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05:51 min | 1 year ago

"mark murphy" Discussed on There I Was...

"You're going to go into a hammerhead. A hammerhead is where you go up and you almost front it out air speed, and you basically cartwheel right on the same plane and come right back down the same line. You went up exactly I think for a guy like me. You think it's almost one of the easiest and safest maneuvers. It's not a big deal, but at the top of the hammerhead you're actually putting the airplane and cross control. You're picking a you know a left rudder. And then you're feeding in a little bit of right Aileron just to make as you would describe the Cartwheel, so the heavy end will fall, and basically you're just pointed straight downhill on the same plane that you went up. Okay Great. That's what you're intending to do, but you get halfway through that and your left wing. You said Tux under and next thing you know you're inverted. We are inverted and you know I screwed that one cold the throttle back to idle. There really wasn't a need. We weren't spinning, so there was no spin correction to make at this time, it was just. Typically what I expected I. pull the throttle to idol you. Wait a half a second neutralize the controls in the heavy endel fall. The nose will be pointed at the ground. You're building airspeed and away you go when I did that and I neutralize the controls. The airplane went into a spin so there I was in an inverted flat spin in the Christian Eagle and developed fairly quickly. We did a a half a turn almost instantly. And again I didn't panic but I was like and so I actually did nothing no correction. No nothing because my expectation was let the airplane just sort itself out. Keep everything in neutral and full of Fire Away Yeah and you aerobatic pilots, or especially good at this kind of thing where you're frequently, find yourself an unusual attitudes. You don't always execute them maneuver correctly. They're hard to do so. You know you're out practicing and you don't. Don't and when you find yourself in an attitude that you weren't expecting. You gotta take. A deep breath can figure it out. Neutralize controls as a typical first step, but so at this point in this event. You're not really alarmed. You're Kinda surprised. It sounds like mom wouldn't expecting that, but you weren't really alarmed. Is that an accurate picture of where your head? Was this point exactly a hundred percent? You know no panic. No, even concern yes. And so as the story continues, we went around two times before I realize. This isn't GonNa fix itself so what I did, and this is I guess mistake, number one and as an aerobatics pilot. You always look through especially a biplane. You always look through the wings to see which way you're spinning. My head was looking up through the canopy at the ground. So. It's harder to detect which way we're spinning when you're looking at it at that perspective versus looking through the wings, and saying okay, yes, the nose is going to the right so I got a correct with a left rudder, so on the second revolution that's when I said I need to fix this, so I did a normal inverted spin recovery, and as you can guess I went in the wrong direction, so I didn't do it on purpose a lot of times when you go practice something. I know I push left rudder and I pull the stick back and I'm spinning to the left..

"mark murphy" Discussed on There I Was...

There I Was...

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"mark murphy" Discussed on There I Was...

"To pick up the story, my brother and And I headed from Ohio back home. It was about a four hour flight for us. I think we made to fuel stops because again with a new airplane I'm always conservative on fuel, and they don't have a lot of range anyway. In each fuel stop. We looked at over. We check the oil fuel consumption. You know it was a beautiful airplane had no issues at all with it nothing to be nervous about landing or taking off, so I remember now you know. The the date is winding down and we did our last fuel stop and we finally got home and. This is where the story actually begins and an innocent way to start a story that potentially had such a tragic outcome. We were probably at six thousand feet and headed downhill. I think an impulsive decision, but not necessarily a bad one I said to my brother, I said hey were home. Let's twist this airplane up a little bit. That was my exact words. And what I meant by that is. Let's do a loop and enroll and <hes> and Lynch. So we did a few just did a loop did a role I think I did a Cuban you know and we weren't really trying to maintain any altitude, so we're just letting the airplanes sort of we're doing some aerobatics, but we're letting our altitude descend as well because eventually we WANNA get down, so we're doing that in. Thank goodness. No one was on the ground, so we were not showing off for anybody. We weren't doing an air show for. For Anybody? We were just two guys feeling out a new airplane. I think one of my lessons learned on. This is I'm glad that at least the experience over wanting to show off I. Think if somebody was on the ground and they're like Oh mark with the new airplane. There might have been that inspiration I. Guess, you would say to do things a little bit lower to show off, but regardless my brother and I were not doing that. So as we were getting lower, we were down to probably twenty. I. I actually spoke with him this morning and he doesn't even like to talk about this story, but I think we're probably about twenty eight hundred feet so again. It's nothing unsafe in what I thought. My experience level was so I pull up to do my last maneuver which was going to be a vertical role to a hammerhead, and then we were going to enter the down with so I pull up. I do the vertical role and. And you know just look outside and I'm where I need to be kicked. The rudder and I got a little slow on the top. I mean new airplane right, so we got a little slow on the top, and when I kick the rudder and fed in the L., Ron, instead of just the nose, pointing back at the ground, left-wing Tunder, and we basically just inverted so mark. Can I stop you there and help the audience? Understand your in a vertical climb. You're going to go into a hammerhead. A hammerhead is where you go up and you almost front it out air speed, and you basically cartwheel right on the same plane and come right back down the same line. You went up exactly I think for a guy like me. You think it's almost one of the easiest and safest maneuvers. It's not a big deal, but at the top of the hammerhead you're actually putting the airplane and cross control. You're picking a you know a left rudder. And then you're feeding in a little bit of right Aileron just to make as you would describe the Cartwheel, so the heavy end will fall, and basically you're just pointed straight downhill on the same plane that you went up. Okay Great. That's what you're intending to do, but you get halfway through that and your left wing. You said Tux under and next thing you know you're inverted. We are inverted and you know I screwed that one cold the throttle back to idle. There really wasn't a need. We weren't spinning, so there was no spin correction to make at this time, it was just. Typically what I expected I. pull the throttle to idol you. Wait a half a second neutralize the controls in the heavy endel fall. The nose will be pointed at the ground. You're building airspeed and away you go when I did that and I neutralize the controls. The airplane went into a spin so there I was in an inverted flat spin in the Christian Eagle and developed fairly quickly. We did a a half a turn almost instantly. And again I didn't panic but I was like <hes>, and so I actually did nothing no correction. No nothing because my expectation was let the airplane just sort itself out. Keep everything in neutral and full of Fire Away Yeah and you aerobatic pilots, or especially good at this kind of thing where you're frequently, find yourself an unusual attitudes. You don't always execute them maneuver correctly. They're hard to do so. You know you're out practicing and you don't. Don't and when you find yourself in an attitude that you weren't expecting. You gotta take. A deep breath can figure it out. Neutralize controls as a typical first step, but so at this point in this event. You're not really alarmed. You're Kinda surprised. It sounds like mom wouldn't expecting that, but you weren't really alarmed. Is that an accurate picture of where your head? Was this point exactly a hundred percent? You know no panic. No, even concern yes.

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Mark Murphy: an unexpected flat spin in a Christen Eagle.

There I Was...

05:05 min | 1 year ago

Mark Murphy: an unexpected flat spin in a Christen Eagle.

"To pick up the story, my brother and And I headed from Ohio back home. It was about a four hour flight for us. I think we made to fuel stops because again with a new airplane I'm always conservative on fuel, and they don't have a lot of range anyway. In each fuel stop. We looked at over. We check the oil fuel consumption. You know it was a beautiful airplane had no issues at all with it nothing to be nervous about landing or taking off, so I remember now you know. The the date is winding down and we did our last fuel stop and we finally got home and. This is where the story actually begins and an innocent way to start a story that potentially had such a tragic outcome. We were probably at six thousand feet and headed downhill. I think an impulsive decision, but not necessarily a bad one I said to my brother, I said hey were home. Let's twist this airplane up a little bit. That was my exact words. And what I meant by that is. Let's do a loop and enroll and and Lynch. So we did a few just did a loop did a role I think I did a Cuban you know and we weren't really trying to maintain any altitude, so we're just letting the airplanes sort of we're doing some aerobatics, but we're letting our altitude descend as well because eventually we WANNA get down, so we're doing that in. Thank goodness. No one was on the ground, so we were not showing off for anybody. We weren't doing an air show for. For Anybody? We were just two guys feeling out a new airplane. I think one of my lessons learned on. This is I'm glad that at least the experience over wanting to show off I. Think if somebody was on the ground and they're like Oh mark with the new airplane. There might have been that inspiration I. Guess, you would say to do things a little bit lower to show off, but regardless my brother and I were not doing that. So as we were getting lower, we were down to probably twenty. I. I actually spoke with him this morning and he doesn't even like to talk about this story, but I think we're probably about twenty eight hundred feet so again. It's nothing unsafe in what I thought. My experience level was so I pull up to do my last maneuver which was going to be a vertical role to a hammerhead, and then we were going to enter the down with so I pull up. I do the vertical role and. And you know just look outside and I'm where I need to be kicked. The rudder and I got a little slow on the top. I mean new airplane right, so we got a little slow on the top, and when I kick the rudder and fed in the L., Ron, instead of just the nose, pointing back at the ground, left-wing Tunder, and we basically just inverted so mark. Can I stop you there and help the audience? Understand your in a vertical climb. You're going to go into a hammerhead. A hammerhead is where you go up and you almost front it out air speed, and you basically cartwheel right on the same plane and come right back down the same line. You went up exactly I think for a guy like me. You think it's almost one of the easiest and safest maneuvers. It's not a big deal, but at the top of the hammerhead you're actually putting the airplane and cross control. You're picking a you know a left rudder. And then you're feeding in a little bit of right Aileron just to make as you would describe the Cartwheel, so the heavy end will fall, and basically you're just pointed straight downhill on the same plane that you went up. Okay Great. That's what you're intending to do, but you get halfway through that and your left wing. You said Tux under and next thing you know you're inverted. We are inverted and you know I screwed that one cold the throttle back to idle. There really wasn't a need. We weren't spinning, so there was no spin correction to make at this time, it was just. Typically what I expected I. pull the throttle to idol you. Wait a half a second neutralize the controls in the heavy endel fall. The nose will be pointed at the ground. You're building airspeed and away you go when I did that and I neutralize the controls. The airplane went into a spin so there I was in an inverted flat spin in the Christian Eagle and developed fairly quickly. We did a a half a turn almost instantly. And again I didn't panic but I was like and so I actually did nothing no correction. No nothing because my expectation was let the airplane just sort itself out. Keep everything in neutral and full of Fire Away Yeah and you aerobatic pilots, or especially good at this kind of thing where you're frequently, find yourself an unusual attitudes. You don't always execute them maneuver correctly. They're hard to do so. You know you're out practicing and you don't. Don't and when you find yourself in an attitude that you weren't expecting. You gotta take. A deep breath can figure it out. Neutralize controls as a typical first step, but so at this point in this event. You're not really alarmed. You're Kinda surprised. It sounds like mom wouldn't expecting that, but you weren't really alarmed. Is that an accurate picture of where your head? Was this point exactly a hundred percent? You know no panic. No, even concern yes.

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02:44 min | 1 year ago

"mark murphy" Discussed on There I Was...

"It was about a four hour flight for us. I think we made to fuel stops because again with a new airplane I'm always conservative on fuel, and they don't have a lot of range anyway. In each fuel stop. We looked at over. We check the oil fuel consumption. You know it was a beautiful airplane had no issues at all with it nothing to be nervous about landing or taking off, so I remember now you know. The the date is winding down and we did our last fuel stop and we finally got home and. This is where the story actually begins and an innocent way to start a story that potentially had such a tragic outcome. We were probably at six thousand feet and headed downhill. I think an impulsive decision, but not necessarily a bad one I said to my brother, I said hey were home. Let's twist this airplane up a little bit. That was my exact words. And what I meant by that is. Let's do a loop and enroll and and Lynch. So we did a few just did a loop did a role I think I did a Cuban you know and we weren't really trying to maintain any altitude, so we're just letting the airplanes sort of we're doing some aerobatics, but we're letting our altitude descend as well because eventually we WANNA get down, so we're doing that in. Thank goodness. No one was on the ground, so we were not showing off for anybody. We weren't doing an air show for. For Anybody? We were just two guys feeling out a new airplane. I think one of my lessons learned on. This is I'm glad that at least the experience over wanting to show off I. Think if somebody was on the ground and they're like Oh mark with the new airplane. There might have been that inspiration I. Guess, you would say to do things a little bit lower to show off, but regardless my brother and I were not doing that. So as we were getting lower, we were down to probably twenty. I. I actually spoke with him this morning and he doesn't even like to talk about this story, but I think we're probably about twenty eight hundred feet so again. It's nothing unsafe in what I thought. My experience level was so I pull up to do my last maneuver which was going to be a vertical role to a hammerhead, and then we were going to enter the down with so I pull up. I do the vertical role and. And you know just look outside and I'm where I need to be kicked. The rudder and I got a little slow on the top. I mean new airplane right, so we got a little slow on the top, and when I kick the rudder and fed in the L., Ron, instead of just the nose, pointing back at the ground, left-wing Tunder, and we basically just inverted so mark. Can I stop you there and help the audience? Understand your in a vertical climb..

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05:24 min | 1 year ago

"mark murphy" Discussed on There I Was...

"Typically what I expected I call the throttle to idol you. Wait a half a second neutralize the controls and the heavy endel fall the nose to be pointed at the ground. You're building air speed and away you go when I did that. The airplane went into a spin so there I was in an inverted flat spin in the Christian Eagle welcome to another edition of there I was a podcast where we put you in the cockpit with pilots in interesting situations, and we learn how they flew out of them. I'm your host, Richard McFadden. Today's guest is Mark Murphy. Mark is an ATP CF. ME I. Got An IRA he's helicopter qualified with over sixty five hundred total flight hours. He's type rated in multiple warbirds, and he's got an unrestricted aerobatic qualification and several warbirds, including the P fifty one. Mark comes.

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Why Does America Use Fahrenheit Instead of Celsius?

BrainStuff

06:49 min | 2 years ago

Why Does America Use Fahrenheit Instead of Celsius?

"Today's episode is brought to you by the podcast food three sixty host mark murphy celebrity chef and run tour with help from his friends. The restaurant industry takes a three sixty. Look at the world food food history science and culture tuned into food three sixty with new episodes every friday could listen and subscribe on apple podcasts iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts look to brain stuff production of iheartradio brain stuff lauren boban here. If you're an american you've ever ever had a conversation with someone from another country about the weather. You've probably been a little confused when he or she said the afternoon. Temperature is a nice twenty one degrees to to you that might sound like a chilly winter day but to them. It's a pleasantly warm springtime temperature. That's because virtually every other country throughout the world uses the celsius temperature scale part of the metric system which denotes the temperature at which water freezes as zero degrees and the temperature at which boils as one hundred degrees but the u._s. u._s. And a few other holdouts the cayman islands the bahamas believes in palo clinging to the fahrenheit scale in which water freezes at thirty two degrees and boils at two hundred and twelve twelve that means that the twenty one degrees celsius temperature that we previously mentioned is the equivalent of a balmy seventy degrees fahrenheit in the united states. The persistence of fahrenheit is one of those puzzling american idiosyncrasies like how the u._s. uses the word soccer to describe what the rest of the planet calls football so why is it that the u._s. Us uses a different temperature scale and why doesn't it switch to be consistent with the rest of the world. There doesn't seem to be a logical answer except perhaps inertia americans generally. I don't really seem to distrust the metric system. A twenty fifteen poll found that just twenty one percent of the public favoured converting to metric measures while sixty four percent were opposed it might make more sense of fahrenheit was old school in celsius with some modern upstart a sort of the new coq of temperature but in reality they were created only about two decades apart part fahrenheit was created by its namesake. A german scientist named daniel gabriel fahrenheit who in the early seventeen hundreds was the first known person design alcohol and mercury thermometers that we're both precise and consistent so that any of his instruments would register the same temperature reading in a given place at a given moment thanks to his working skill in managing glass when fahrenheit started out the key thing he was interested in was coming up with the same temperature reading all the time not comparing temperatures of different things or different times of day but when he presented a paper on his system for measuring temperature to the royal society of london in seventeen twenty four he apparently realized that he had come up with the standard temperature scale as well. We spoke with don hilfiger a research meteorologist to colorado state university's cooperative institute for research in the atmosphere and and also president of the u._s. Metric association a group that advocates conversion to the metric system he explained basically the fahrenheit scale was devised a zero as the coldest oldest temperature for a mix of ice and salt water and the upper end was thought to be body temperature approximately ninety six degrees fahrenheit making a scale that could be progressively divided by two do this resulted in the freezing melting temperature being thirty two degrees fahrenheit not very useful number. The boiling temperature for water was then set at two twelve again not not a very useful number the temperature's one hundred and eighty degrees apart again a multiple of two nevertheless the system apparently sounded pretty good to officials officials of the british empire who adopted fahrenheit as their standard temperature scale which is how eventually became established in the american colonies. Well meanwhile though in seventeen forty forty two a swedish astronomer named anders celsius came up with a less unwieldy system based on multiples of ten in which there was precisely a one hundred degree difference between the freezing and boiling temperatures of water at sea level the neat one hundred degrees symmetry of the celsius scale made it a natural fit for the metric system which was formerly developed by the french in the late seventeen eighteen hundreds but the english speaking world nevertheless clung stubbornly to its preference for awkward units such as the pound in the inch and fahrenheit went along for the ride but finally in nineteen sixty one the u._k. Met office then called the u._k. Meteorological office switched teasing celsius to describe temperatures in weather forecasts in order to be consistent with other european countries. Most of the rest of the world soon followed suit with the notable exception of the u._s. Or the national weather service still publishes temperature data atta in fahrenheit. Even though its own staff long ago switched celsius hilter explained the n._w._s. Catering to the public by reporting in degrees fahrenheit whereas whereas much of their operations such as forecast models used degrees celsius and automated weather observations the temperatures recorded in celsius as well should we choose to metric chicken weather reports the fahrenheit layer. That's now added for the u._s. Public could be removed. We also spoke via email with jay hendrix who heads the u._s. National institute standards and technologies thermodynamic meteorology group he points out that the fahrenheit scale does have one significant advantage quote. It has more degrees over the range range of ambient temperatures that are typical for most people. This means that there's a finer grain temperature difference between seventy degrees fahrenheit and seventy one degrees fahrenheit then there is between twenty one degrees celsius twenty two degrees celsius since a human can tell the difference of one degree fahrenheit. This scale is more precise for the human experience on the other hand though the advantage goes away. If a fractional temperature in celsius used hendrix explained for example the equivalent celsius temperature for seventy and seventy ninety one fahrenheit are equivalent to twenty one point one and twenty one point seven degrees celsius. Today's episode was written by patrick j tiger and produced by tyler clang brainstorms production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more on this and lots of other topics that humans are sensitive to visit our home planet. 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What Is the Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon?

BrainStuff

04:11 min | 2 years ago

What Is the Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon?

"Today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card the capital one venture card you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase everyday and you could use those miles toward travel expenses like flights hotels nls rental cars and more just book and pay for your travel using your venture card and redeem your miles toward the cost capital one. What's in your wallet? Credit approval required capital one bank U._S._A.. N._A. Look into brain stuff production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren bogle bomb here. Let's pretend you have saved forty thousand dollars to spare and you're out shopping for a shiny new ride. You've never really cared about cars that much before minus minus perhaps a cerebral hate for the car commercials you see every seven seconds during televised sporting event but now you're invested and when someone mentions a certain kind of if car one you've never heard of before but maybe that gets high ratings on a consumer review site. You're interested suddenly. That car is everywhere. It's On Your Street your boss's husband has one you see two of them next to traffic on your way home from work the cars even popping up in those ubiquitous commercials during the game and you swear up and down. They came out of nowhere. So what exactly is happening here to this car suddenly come to dominate the cultural consciousness or is your consciousness playing tricks on you. Welcome to the batter main phenomenon otherwise known as the frequency illusion or recency allusion. This phenomenon occurs when Jonathan you've just noticed experienced or been told about suddenly crops up constantly. It gives you the feeling that out of nowhere pretty much. The whole world is talking about this subject or that. It's swiftly surrounding. You and you're not crazy. You are totally seeing it more but the thing is of course that's because you're noticing it more. A couple of things happen when the batter main hall phenomenon kicks in one. Your brain seems to be excited by the fact that you've learned something new and selective attention. Occurs Your brain subconsciously. Thanks hey that's awesome. I'm going to look for that thing without you needing to actually think about it so now that your senses are on alert shirt for it you find it to make it all. The more powerful confirmation bias occurs after seeing it even once or twice confirmation bias is essentially our desire correct. It's the psychological trait where we're inclined to notice and remember information that supports our pre existing views and to ignore or disregard information that refutes what we already believe to be true in other words you start agreeing with yourself that Yep. You're definitely seeing this thing more than you ever have. Before Strangely Ainsley though the batter main hut phenomenon isn't named for to researchers who studied it as things like this often are nope. It's named for a militant West German terrorist group that was active in the nineteen seventies. A nineteen nineties online comment board was unlikely source of the name in Nineteen ninety-four a commenter on the Saint Paul Minnesota. Soda Pioneer pressboard dubbed the frequency illusion. The batter main have phenomenon after they randomly heard to references to batter Meinhof within twenty four hours. He's the phenomenon has nothing to do with the gang in other words but don't be surprised if the name starts popping up everywhere you turn today's episode was written by Kate Kirschner produced by Tyler Clang Brain. Stuff is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more on this and lots of other topics topics oddly influenced by the nineteen nineties visit our home planet how stuff works dot Com and for more podcast from iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows breath today's episode is brought to you by the podcast food three sixty host Mark Murphy celebrity chef and restaurant tour with help from his friends. The restaurant industry takes a three sixty sixty look at the world of food history science and culture tune into food three sixty with new episodes every Friday. You could listen and subscribe on Apple podcasts iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts.

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"mark murphy" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"mark murphy" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Is mark Murphy and you're listening to a clip from my podcast food three sixty presented by lactaid milk does that William red rooster we have the lucky baton that we can manage to work here and the gas is really telling us that bad to be on the menu right and dialogue that I missed when I lived in midtown right like I used to go on for my free to walk home and people always nice but no really talk to you and in Harlem when I walk almost four Bucks like what chicken twenty eight dollars you know my son needs to get a job there the prices of the cook the shiver down what every year here something years something and my wife was working you stop working on the issue listen the one thing that is worth complete side the muezzin no one cares there is a privilege to have if you're like me you love cooking with Jerry using a hundred percent real farm fresh lactaid milk in your recipes gives you all the goodness of no just without collectors she can enjoy it even if you're sensitive to moments try lactate take his thank you as key please invite you to come to Madonna to experience the like never before I am seeing the son of noon fox The Lion King a little guidance suggested this.

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Can You Lactate from Areas Outside Your Breasts?

BrainStuff

04:26 min | 2 years ago

Can You Lactate from Areas Outside Your Breasts?

"When we started this show I had read a lot of true crime. I thought I knew what I was getting into. But I wasn't prepared to stop sleeping, and for those all too real monsters. Visit me in my nightmares. From iheartradio and ten or foot. TV monster presents insomniac listen and subscribe to monster presents insomniac at apple podcasts on iheartradio app or ever. You listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff a production of I heart radio. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Vogel von here, pregnancy and motherhood are two of the most challenging experiences life can throw at a person, and while neither is ever easy, you need complications. Could make the inherently tough situations exponentially tougher case in point a twenty nine year old woman in Austria, who developed a super rare case of topic breast tissue, the caused her to lactate from an unexpected area. Her vulva confused. It's safe to assume the woman experiencing, it was to it all started soon after she gave birth to her second child, a severe pain developed in the right side of her vulva, which doctors assumed was related to the sutures should received after the birth. They figured her pain, and excessive swelling do to an abscess, but there was another odd symptom that didn't quite line up with their theory, a milky white fluid was being released from the area. It turns out the woman had experienced similar symptoms after the birth of her first child. And when doctors performed an ultrasound, the answer became clear, there was. Tissue growing on her vulva, believe it or not. This is a real condition that can happen to anyone, albeit, it doesn't happen. Very often topic breast tissue, also known as a sensory breast tissue is breast tissue that develops anywhere outside the breasts and can be found about six percent of the population ectopic simply means occurring in an abnormal place, or position, according to a report published in the journal, obstetrics gynecology, which detailed the case of the woman mentioned above, quote topic, breast tissue, defined as memory glands located outside of the breast arises from remnants of the embryonic milk line or memory ridge. Let's break that down all memos including humans develop a mandatory ridge as embryos. This is the area where nipples form and wear mammary glands and breast tissue develop during puberty for some surprisingly, though, breast tissue, and nipples can actually develop anywhere along the milk line, which runs from the armpits to the groin on both sides of the body, if you've ever heard of someone having a third nipple like. Chandler. Bing's not been on the show friends at, at breast tissue is the cause this sort of situation is rare but it happens, and it's not often even discovered until problems arise like in the case of the Austrian mom in her case, the swelling and pain was result of a condition called galactic stasis, which means milk backs up causes pain. It turns out the women's stitches were covering an expiratory duct. So the milk really had nowhere to go once doctors removed, the sutures her paint, immediately went away and the swelling and milk discharged from the vulva gradually diminished. Over the next two weeks. She's been able to breastfeed normally for the time being, but doctors say they may have to consider removing the tissue in the future while there's no standard treatment required for asymmetric topic breast tissue. It is possible for it to become cancerous, so surveillance. Individual removal may be necessary. The moral of the story, get to know, the potential weirdnesses of the human body and don't be afraid to raise concerns with your doctor, if any of that potential is realized. Today's episode was it by Michelle constant now ski and produced by Tyler clang brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's, how stuff works for more in this amounts of other unusual topics. Visit our home planet has stuff works dot com and for more podcasts from iheartradio was, I heart radio app, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by the podcast food, three sixty host Mark Murphy's liberty chef and restaurant toward with help from his friends. The restaurant industry takes three sixty look at the world of food history science and culture tuned into food three sixty with new episodes. Every Friday you could listen and subscribe on apple podcasts I heart radio app or wherever you get your podcasts.

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Did Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy deserve to get fired?

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:50 min | 3 years ago

Did Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy deserve to get fired?

"Is not to say that Mike McCarthy didn't deserve to be a head. Coach is not to say that he did a terrible job because he did it. He's proven to be a good coach. And it may very well be that he deserves to be someplace else. I'm certainly not gonna sit up here and say that Mike McCarthy doesn't deserve to be a head coach in the league as long as Jason Garrett, and Marvin Lewis is still head coaches in the league, I'm not gonna do that. I'm not gonna do that. Especially Marvin Lewis. These Jason gave wanna play off game is more than I can say for Marvin Lewis hasn't wanna play off game sixteen years, Mike McCarthy's a Super Bowl champion. I think that ultimately the indictment against Mike McCarthy is very very simple, ladies and gentlemen. When you are coaching. Arguably the greatest talent we have ever seen at the quarterback position in NFL history. You gotta have more than one Super Bowl championship in more than one Super Bowl appearance to show for it. You have to have that Mike because he didn't have that. You can't have Arron Rogers questioning the play calling. You can't have him chagrined over the personnel. That surrounding him ask why that's the biggest defense that I have for Mike McCarthy. He he isn't the only one that needs to needed to go. I think I don't have any problem with Mark Murphy, the presidency yo for the Green Bay Packers going. I mean, you don't wanna had Ted Thompson up in there as a GM before you put. We assign them to consultants position. Brian Khuda Kint good a cancer. We don't know what he's capable of. He clearly wants to move into different direction and have his own guy. That's fair enough. But under Mike are under under a Murphy, you had a regime that did not respect ariza's enough. Didn't show him the courtesy and respect you deserve. You got rid of the quarterbacks. Coach alexan- pelt. You didn't even consult with Andrew with Rogers. How do you have a quarterback coach and not consult with Amer Rogers before letting him go? How do you do that? How do you do that? I remember one time I was told Aaron Rodgers walked into their office. They told him to get the hell out shut up. You play. We run organization. That's how this works really, really. I want to walk around here and act like you know, what Aaron Rodgers listen. He's not having a greatest year. Yeah. Absolutely. Right. He's not in that. Absolutely. Right. Eras is not having the greatest year. Nobody's gonna make that defense. He's not gonna make that defensible himself. He ain't blind. He could see understands, but we're talking about eras who will who will saunter who will cruise into the hall of fame first ballot without question. And gentlemen, Aaron Rodgers has twenty one touchdowns and just one interception on this season. And that's a down year for him. That's how lethal he is. That's how great he is. We are talking about a man with a career ninety eight and fifty five and one record. We are talking about a man, then it's completed sixty four point eight percent of his passes. First career. We are talking about a man that has done this at the frozen tundra lamb Lambeau Field for his career, and he is still passing over forty two thousand yards. We are talking about a man that's exceeded. What some would label top-five quarterback in NFL history who's passed over seventy thousand yards and Brett farve. And nobody would tell you that bradfo was better than that Rogers. That's how great Aaron Rodgers is. That's how great Aaron Rogers has been. And so guess what? If he's not feeling a coach, if he's not happy, or whatever the case may be you better pay attention.

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Green Bay Packers fire coach Mike McCarthy after loss to Cardinals

SportsCenter AllNight

03:40 min | 3 years ago

Green Bay Packers fire coach Mike McCarthy after loss to Cardinals

"Missed the number opportunities throughout the game. The voice of coach Mike McCarthy actually make that former coach Mike McCarthy he was fired Sunday after the laws replaced by offensive coordinator. Joe Philbin team, president Mark Murphy. In a statement saying the twenty eight eighteen season, quote as not lived up to the expectations and standards of the Green Bay Packers. Mccarthy was in his thirteenth season as coaching Green Bay win the Super Bowl in twenty ten but this is a third straight season where the Packers abs- struggled ESPN Packers reporter robbed Moskvy. This was always going to be a difficult season for McCarthy. Given what happened nearly a year ago when they forced out general manager, Ted Thompson, remember Thompson was the one who hired McCarthy back in two thousand six they didn't just change general managers this off season. They changed the entire power structure, and they only gave McCarthy a one year extension. So he was under contract only through two thousand nineteen and the structure change was this instead of the general manager having the authority over the head coach team, president, Mark Murphy. Took over the authority and McCarthy reported to Murphy, the GM reported to Murphy, it was entirely different power structure. So any sense that this season didn't go or wasn't going to go as well as they had hoped? You had to wonder if this was coming and with those stretch that they've had the four losses in five games on the road. And then coming home today an embarrassing showing on offense. It all goes back to when Aaron Rodgers ripped the offense here after their win over buffalo. That was the first real side of the beginning of the end for Mike McCarthy, as we mentioned Joe Philbin will take over an interim basis, but with that being said long-term word you the Packers go here from here. I should say in terms of a new head coach. Yeah. Well, Michael, I just got a text message right before we went on the air from a player somebody who played prominently in today's game and said who do you think our next head coach will be so even the players want to know that they possibly made this move to try to see if Joe Philbin was the guy. Remember Philbin was a coach in Miami. Mike Patton is also on the staff. Former Browns kit coaches a defensive coordinator. But more than likely they will go with someone who can bring some new offensive ideas to this group that the big question now, though isn't necessarily who's going to be the next coach. It's who's going to hire the next coach just Murphy stay in that role or does he then turn it finally turn it back over to Brian good accuse after Kuna proved himself to be a pretty good talent evaluator and building the roster. The feeling here is that they need to go back to the structure of the way. It's been over the years here. The general manager made all football decisions. We'll see if that happens Murphy, we'll talk to reporters tomorrow here early afternoon. Mike McCarthy fired in his thirteenth season is Packers coach longest tenured coach in the NFL remained Bill Belichick with the patriots. Mike Tomlin has been with the Steelers since two thousand seven in the Sunday night game against the chargers. The Steelers leading sixteen seven

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Green Bay Packers' books show each team got $255M in revenue sharing

24 Hour News

02:37 min | 3 years ago

Green Bay Packers' books show each team got $255M in revenue sharing

"So they? Could wake up the. Next morning making And they can see. The text and maybe it will make them smile All right so you can weigh in on your Twitter Tuesday question. Both on Twitter and, on, Facebook, and, that, our. Phone number, is eight five five, two, one, two, four, two. Two seven that's eight five. Five two one two four two two seven I. Mentioned the NFL's revenue here's some interesting data? That was released on Monday thanks to the Green Bay? Packers and why why do we get it through the Green Bay Packers because they are a publicly traded publicly owned franchise And they have to Reveal their, financial? Statements data Titian right so the the Packers every now and then we'll sell shares to raise money even though. They're not worth anything but essentially it's the. Public. Owns the team okay there isn't one ownership, group while there is but it's made up of a lot of people so because they're, a publicly held company they have to make, their financial statements public which of course reveals a peek behind the curtain of. The NFL revenue structures so each team In two thousand seventeen may two hundred fifty. Five million dollars And that is the increase, of four, to actually nearly five percent, in national, review revenues Amy speak speak like a regular person four point nine percent. Increase in national revenues for the NFL take that for data and that's because of the new TV deals and the Thursday night football package primarily According to, this is, a direct comment from Packers president Mark Murphy any effects from the NFL's. Tough season including the national anthem controversy did not show up in the books Brad I know people wanna, point to. Declining ratings in the NFL and they'll, point to this number. That number this game that game but the, NFL As a whole distributed more than eight billion. Dollars in national revenue to its teams mostly because of its TV deals so so far and he decline in ratings is not. Affecting their TV Revenue packages Hauser's.

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