35 Burst results for "Mavericks"

Finney-Smith's late 3 helps Mavs to 116-115 win over Nuggets

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Finney-Smith's late 3 helps Mavs to 116-115 win over Nuggets

"The Mavericks had just enough at the end to escape Denver with a one 16 one 15 victory. When the nuggets double teamed Luka Dončić that freed up Dorian Finney Smith to hit the game winning three pointer with 17 seconds left. It was Chapman Luca. They ended up putting a 5 man on me, so it was either going to be me or a swing swing, but they were stunting and it was living with me shooting. So I'm just happy we got the win. Tim Hardaway, junior was game high with 29 points for the Mavs who have won three straight. The nuggets have lost three in a row. Bruce Morton, Denver

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Mavs' Doncic, Hardaway team up in 121-100 win over Knicks

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 5 d ago

Mavs' Doncic, Hardaway team up in 121-100 win over Knicks

"The Mavericks trail by 7 before dominating the second half of the one 21 100 rather the Knicks Dallas outscored New York 69 41 after intermission to nail down just its second win in 7 games. Luka Dončić led all scores with 30 points and former Nick Tim Hardaway junior delivered 28 points. Dončić got hot after scoring just 11 points on three of 11 shooting in the first half. You can see that we can really play basketball and it was really enjoyable being out there with the team. Hardaway had 17 points in the third quarter, including 5 three pointers during a 27 6 run. I'm Dave ferry.

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Hayes leads Pistons to overtime victory over Mavericks

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Hayes leads Pistons to overtime victory over Mavericks

"Killian Hayes scored 8 of his 22 points in overtime as the pistons got past the Mavericks. One 31 one 25. The game was tied until Hayes hit back to back threes, putting Detroit ahead by 6 with 41.6 seconds remaining. It feels good to finally go on the side where, you know, things start working for you, but you just gotta keep working. I put in a lot of work. I got the trust from coach, all my teammates pulled, they always pushing me every day. The long buckets came after the pistons blew a one 13 one O four lead late in the fourth quarter. Boy and Bogdanovich led the pistons with 30 points and Marvin Bagley the third added 19 with 13 rebounds. I'm Dave ferry.

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Doncic, Mavs edge Curry, Warriors in West finals replay

AP News Radio

00:20 sec | Last week

Doncic, Mavs edge Curry, Warriors in West finals replay

"Luka Dončić is 41 point triple double lifted the Dallas Mavericks to a one 16 one 13 win over Golden State as the Mavericks snapped a four game losing streak. Dallas coach Jason Kidd says Dončić continues to amaze. Tim Hardaway junior added a season I 22 for the mask, while Steph Curry led Golden State with 32. Bob Stephens, Dallas

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Anunoby scores 12 of his 26 in 4th, Raptors top Mavs 105-100

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Anunoby scores 12 of his 26 in 4th, Raptors top Mavs 105-100

"Fred van vliet returned to the Toronto lineup and scored 26 points while OG got a nobi added 26 as well. If a one O 5 100 win against Dallas at Scotiabank arena. Van vliet was hot from the charity strike going 9 of ten after missing Wednesday's loss against Brooklyn with an illness. You know, you just got to try to get as many of these as you can early on in the season and continue to build and grow your team. And it'll be played 43 minutes and just shy of a double double, he added 9 rebounds. Luka Dončić had a jumper to close the raptors lead to one with just 18 seconds remaining, he finished with 24 points, the Mavericks head into Milwaukee to play the box Sunday. John Luther B Toronto

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NBA Regular Season Games: 23 November Preview

BitcoinChaser

00:25 sec | 2 weeks ago

NBA Regular Season Games: 23 November Preview

"3 p.m. Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. NBA regular season games, November 23rd preview. Predictions and betting odds on the big matchups taking place on November 23rd, including ties between Celtics V mavericks and bucks versus bowls. The post NBA regular season games November 23rd preview appeared first on Bitcoin chaser.

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Tatum has 37 points, 13 rebounds, Celtics beat Mavs 125-112

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tatum has 37 points, 13 rebounds, Celtics beat Mavs 125-112

"The Boston Celtics scored 70 of their 125 points in the first half and added to their league leading wind total with a one 25 one 12 win over the Dallas Mavericks. Celtics forward Jayson Tatum scored 37, while his teammate jaylen Brown added 31. The Celtics led by as many as 27, but the Mavericks cut it to 9 in the second half behind league leading scorer Luka Dončić's 42 points. But it was the balanced Celtics offense that secured the victory with all 5 starters scoring in double figures within two minutes of the start of the second half. Great gadski, Boston.

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Rare buzzer-beater helps outmanned Nuggets beat Mavs 98-97

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rare buzzer-beater helps outmanned Nuggets beat Mavs 98-97

"The nuggets received some help from video review in a 98 97 win over the Mavericks Vlatko chanchu are hit a buzzer beater from near mid court when the final two seconds of the first half were replayed after the break Luka Dončić thought he had a buzzer beater to put the Mavs ahead by 7 at intermission but replay showed he stepped out of bounds That gave chance to our chance to drain a long tray that made it a one point game at the break Michael Porter junior hit the deciding three pointer with 55 seconds left Bones highland scored a career high 29 points for Denver Josh green had a career high 23 for Dallas I'm Dave ferry

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Doncic gets 50th triple-double, Mavs top shorthanded Nuggets

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Doncic gets 50th triple-double, Mavs top shorthanded Nuggets

"Luka Dončić recorded his 50th career triple double and leading the Mavericks to a one 27 99 route of the shorthanded nuggets Dončić recorded 33 points 12 rebounds at 11 assists Only ask a Robertson has reached 50 triple doubles faster than Dončić It's a pleasure you know It's not any names and I'm just really glad that I'm here and doing this Christian wood had 28 points and 8 rebounds for the Mavericks The nuggets were without Nikola Jokić and Jamal Murray both of whom are in health and safety protocols Kentavious Caldwell Pope and Bruce Brown each scored 18 points for the nuggets I'm Dave ferry

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Porter, Rockets beat Mavericks 101-92 with Doncic resting

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Porter, Rockets beat Mavericks 101-92 with Doncic resting

"The Mavericks gave Luka Dončić the night often promptly lost to the rockets one O one 92 Dončić rested after playing 40 minutes the night before He was averaging a league best 34.4 points entering the night Kevin Porter junior had 17 points 11 rebounds and 8 assists for the last place rockets Jalen green added 17 points to the rocket's third one of the season Houston also recorded 19 blocks and held Dallas to a season low 30% shooting Christian wood led the Mavs with 26 points in his first game against his former team I'm Dave ferry

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Doncic, Mavs blow big lead, hang on to beat Clippers 103-101

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 weeks ago

Doncic, Mavs blow big lead, hang on to beat Clippers 103-101

"Luka Dončić scored 35 the Dallas Mavericks blew a 25 point lead but hung on to edge the LA clippers one O three one O one so the Mavs improved to 8 and 5 while the clippers dropped to 8 and 7 Mavs coach Jason Kidd says the team continues to find ways to win close games Things just weren't going our way but we didn't like self destruct We just stayed together Dorian Finney Smith added 21 for the mask while the clippers were led by Paul George with 23 Nicholas platoon had 22 Bob Stevens Dallas

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 No. 6 Kansas rallies late to beat No. 7 Duke 69-64

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 weeks ago

No. 6 Kansas rallies late to beat No. 7 Duke 69-64

"AP sports I'm in college basketball season is about a week old and two massive games in Indianapolis saw Michigan state outlast fourth ranked Kentucky 86 77 in OT while 6th ranked Kansas powered past number 7 duke 69 64 using a late 15 to 5 run to erase the blue devil's 5 point lead The top 5 of the college football playoff rankings stayed the same Georgia Ohio State Michigan and TCU while Tennessee remains a contention despite one loss the vowels are 5th In the NBA the Dallas Mavericks blew a 25 point lead but came back to win one O three one O one over the LA clippers Luka Dončić had 35 points NHL the New Jersey Devils have won ten in a row Jack Hughes scored twice in New Jersey's 5 one win over Montreal Baseball news Anthony Rizzo was coming back to the Yankees two years $40 million deal Postseason awards bok Cho Walter of the New York myths named NL manager of the year Cleveland's Terry Francona takes the AL award

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Kuzma scores 36 to lead Wizards past Mavericks 113-105

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Kuzma scores 36 to lead Wizards past Mavericks 113-105

"Kyle Kuzma led 5 players in double figures with 36 points to go along with 11 rebounds as the wizards beat the Mavericks one 13 to one O 5 The wizards playing without Bradley Beal and kristaps porzingis shot 49% from the floor Kuzma felt the wizards played their best game of the year Just went out there and executed And it was beautiful but it's probably our best game all year no question Just from a tension to detail and just executing what we saw soft for at first And it was great Rory hachimura chipped in with 23 the Mavericks were led by Spencer Dinwiddie's 33 Craig heist Washington

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Magic limit Luka Doncic to 24 points, beat Mavericks 94-87

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Magic limit Luka Doncic to 24 points, beat Mavericks 94-87

"The Mavericks absorbed a 94 87 loss to the magic as Luka Dončić failed to score at least 30 points for the first time in ten games this season Dončić was held to 24 points shooting just 9 for 29 overall and two for 11 from three point range Franz Wagner had a team high 22 points for Orlando which played without rookie Paolo banchero due to an ankle sprain Wendell Carter junior had 13 points and 12 rebounds for the magic who trailed by ten early in the second quarter Spencer Dinwiddie led the Mavs with 29 points I'm Dave ferry

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No. 5 Kansas opens with 89-64 rout of Omaha without Self

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

No. 5 Kansas opens with 89-64 rout of Omaha without Self

"Kansas head coach Bill south began the first of a four game suspension so it was norm Roberts who got at the jayhawks to an 89 64 win over the Omaha mavericks There had to be a voice that had to be the one voice which was mine and it kind of rekindled that of running your own shoot rounds in those things So it was fun in that way It's the first time Roberts has served in a role as a head coach since his final year at St. John's in 2010 Ku's self imposed penalties come as the jayhawks wait a final decision by an independent panel over alleged recruiting violations Greg eklund Lawrence Kansas

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Update on the latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | Last month

Update on the latest in sports

"AP sports on time Miriam The nets played the first of the 5 games since they suspended Kyrie Irving and rattled the wizards one 28 86 in Washington for their first win this year under interim coach Jacques Vaughn We show we were there for each other tonight and there's a mental piece to that for sure We really talked about winning today's game The latest shoot of fall for Irving has Nike suspending its relationship with the nets star guard The bucks have started the season with 8 straight victories downing the Timberwolves one 15 one O two The Cavaliers of one 7 straight after an opening game loss crushing the pistons one 1288 even without star guards Donovan Mitchell and Darius Garland Senator Jared Allen let the caps with 23 Everybody did excellent tonight And I think that contributes to how deep we are It doesn't matter how much talent you have as long as you play as a team you can pull out games like this On the flip side 5 straight losses for the warriors who lost the pelicans by 9 Luca Dončić became the only player other than Wilt Chamberlain to score at least 30 points in his team's first 8 games dropping 35 in a mavericks win over the raptors Other NBA winners the Celtics grizzlies clippers jazz pacers trailblazers and the Knicks who topped the 6s behind RJ Barrett's 22 points Everybody got in on the action which was just you know it's fun basketball and everybody just everybody gets their numbers everybody's contributing that's how we want to play Just two NHL games the hurricanes blew past the Sabres 5 three a hat trick for Sebastian aho The avalanche button down the blue jacket 6 three a hat trick for Niko ranton in Two points obviously the biggest thing and got some good passes today from the guys and was able to score a few also Obviously happy with that too Baseball the Astros can win their second World Series in 6 seasons when they host the Phillies in game 6 in Houston Saturday night Zach Wheeler will try to extend the fill season Try to be a stopper and give our team one more chance after tomorrow So tomorrow's a must win It Philadelphia wins game 7 would be Sunday Night Tom Arian AP sports

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Doncic's 30-point streak hits 8 games as Mavs beat Raptors

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Doncic's 30-point streak hits 8 games as Mavs beat Raptors

"Luka Dončić reporting 35 points to lead the Mavericks past the raptors one 11 one ten Dončić joined will Chamberlain is the only players to score at least 30 points in their first 8 games of the season The Dallas guard had 30 by the end of the third quarter Spencer Dinwiddie had 21 points and 7 assists for the Mavericks who have won three straight after splitting their first 6 The raptors cut a 19 point third quarter deficit to one O 8 one O 5 with 35 and a half seconds left OG and OB scored 27 points and Pascal siakam had 18 for Toronto I'm Dave ferry

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Another 30-point game by Doncic leads Mavericks past Jazz

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Another 30-point game by Doncic leads Mavericks past Jazz

"Luka Dončić and Christian wood led the Mavericks to a one O three 100 victory against the jazz Dončić scored 33 points and had 11 assists I think today was one of the best games I play you know just not forcing now forcing a lot Sharing the board and we shared a more great day The Dallas all star is the third player in NBA history to score at least 30 points in his first 7 games of the season Wood delivered 17 of his 21 points in the second half helping the Mavs rally from a 15 point third quarter deficit Jordan Clarkson led the jazz with 22 points but his three pointer from the left corner at the buzzer fell short I'm Dave fairy

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"mavericks" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

The Maverick Paradox Podcast

04:10 min | 2 months ago

"mavericks" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

"In terms of how people work with me, sometimes that's a question that. I don't think you focus on as much as the types of projects. Or the industry, a lot of people ask me about what industry do I work with or what kinds of projects. And for me, I love the tech space. I love places where people are innovating, service, service providers, like for example, lawyers or sometimes in the healthcare space. I love to learn new things. That's really the bottom line is I love that quick study mentality. I love to just jump on board with enough knowledge to ask the right questions from that outsiders perspective. Yeah. As opposed to the insider's perspective that I'm always thinking about it from the audience's perspective. So it's from blogs to bios, ebooks to E courses and of course, website content and content for books. It's all kinds of all sorts of content. The other thing that I suppose people ask me is about facing my fear of video. And that all happened because of Facebook Live, actually, doing my own videos became a no brainer when people would bumble and fumble and get zillions of views and get good responses. I was like, I'm missing out here. I think I definitely had a fair of videos for a while. I hated the idea of having to do to do videos. How did you overcome your fear? Essentially, when you go live, the irony sometimes live videos can seem like more pressure. But in some ways, there are actually less pressure because when you're live, people don't expect you to be as polished. Okay, especially on a platform like Facebook, which is, although you can use it for business, it's just more informal in general. So I felt what a great place to start where people are bumbling and fumbling around me, why can't I join them?

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"mavericks" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

The Maverick Paradox Podcast

05:50 min | 2 months ago

"mavericks" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

"I could either go nowhere and do nothing, be miserable, be empty, depressed. I was starting to really feel that. Really be at a low point in life, or I could go out there, do something and build myself up. From a position of strength and look at what I can do well, rather than trying to fit into these boxes. I mean, I'll give you an example. I wasn't sharing my blindness openly at the time to people that I was just randomly sending resumes to. Not really. But, you know, targeting resumes too. And so I got some interesting phone calls, like, do you know graphic design? I could draw your circle, will that help? Or even just other skills that I could learn to do, but that were completely out of my Wheelhouse, do you know HTML? Yeah, I know a little. But not enough to be useful in a job, so I feel like I felt like the job search process I felt broken down by it, whereas the entrepreneurial process was a building up, it was building on the portfolio I had. Going online, getting those initial jobs, building my portfolio even more. And finally, going out there facing my fear, networking, in the real world, because back in the day, we didn't have all this zoom stuff, we weren't really, a lot of the online freelance world was very commoditized. It was just kind of like, oh, here's a writer. Write this stuff for me. And that was kind of it. And it was less valuable and paid less than what I do now, which is branded content customized content with my wise words that matter business that's all about helping them to boost their credibility. Demonstrate what they know in a way that appeals to the audience or if not, I mean, a lot of times you don't want to share all of what you know or it doesn't make sense. It doesn't appeal to the audience. So you want to share the story. How did you learn? How did you get the experience or what are the turning points? What was your kind of maverick moment where you decided to make something a little different or have some new subtlety in your business that differentiates you from your competition? So is that how you do the ghost writing where you ask? Is that how it works? Pressing questions. Yes. And then you rewrite it in words that you think will have built in the target audience. Absolutely, and my goal of course is to do it in the client's voice. Okay. These ghost writing something that anyone can do.

"mavericks" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

The Maverick Paradox Podcast

04:28 min | 2 months ago

"mavericks" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

"Our gain. It's amazing. Yeah. And he was the one who introduced me to the skiing. And that was very powerful because even though I had sort of imagine oh, it might be fun to ski and what a free feeling that must be going down the hill and whatnot. I didn't really think all that much of it. And I skied because the opportunity came up and I seized the day. Yeah. What can we learn from you, Christa? If you think something's impossible, go out there and find the Mavericks of the innovators, the people who are already doing something or those people who can kind of help you think outside of the box. That's what that was my lesson anyway. That was my lesson from skiing. Along with the basics like doing your research and taking those small steps to possibly get to those giant leaps later on and also the idea of the other part of it that I learned too is sometimes you don't have to be particularly good at something. To be proud of what you've done or even to inspire others. In the case of skiing, any of us who've tried skiing know what a challenge it is. And we know that a lot of people are so afraid that they don't even want to try it. So that is something that anyone who's tried skiing and who's taken the lessons and who's fallen and gotten back up and all of that. And especially if they had some challenge that got in the way that they were able to overcome, I think is inspiring. And a lot of things are inspiring like that, you know, in business, telling our stories can be inspiring because it's hard to share from that perspective of weakness and or perceived weakness, whereas if we turn it around and we share from a position of strength of what we've overcome, what we faced, what we've learned, how we've grown, then we're more human.

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"mavericks" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

The Maverick Paradox Podcast

05:33 min | 2 months ago

"mavericks" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

"At one point, and this was really the peak moment of my skiing was, it wasn't the time that I got on the ski lift. It was actually the time that the instructor gave me that little push down that little hill. And I was doing it. I was gliding. I was skiing. I felt so free. I was flying. And of course, I was falling, and I got back up again. You know what? It is amazing. I think it's amazing because it takes such courage because as far as you're concerned, you're the first. It's the first time you've done it. And to do anything that you've never done before is scary. But to do something where there is such risk is amazing. Well, I was not an adventurous kid. I never even broke a bone. And you make it sound like it's a bad thing. Well, I just mean in terms of, you know, I wasn't athletic. I didn't play loads of sports. I didn't. So when I came across this experience, I kind of thought, you know, this is my time to have a little adventure. And what I was told, too, is that the beginners come back in one piece, you know, they don't they don't get hurt. It's usually the people who are advanced who are taking risks who are not taking lessons or who are not following with the instructors saying or just who are going through more challenging courses. What they do is, for blind people, they have an instructor and either one or two ski guides that literally forge a path forward. So that they can then call out the lead person can then call out directions. And all of them are working together to ensure that I have a path forward. That there's enough room that there's not

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"mavericks" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

The Maverick Paradox Podcast

04:55 min | 2 months ago

"mavericks" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

"How are you doing, Christa? I'm good. How are you, Judith? I am pretty cool and excited for a call. So before we kick off though, tell us who you are. Well, I am a ghost writer and blogger, so I'm all about building trust for clients. It's ironic, though, that for so many years I was telling other people's stories. And that really is my focus, sharing the stories behind the knowledge, the wisdom, and being able to share other people's moments, what they've discovered, being able to learn and write about what I'm learning. At the same time, even though that's the focus, it's ironic that I wasn't sharing my own story. Even when I shared other people's, whereas now, I've stopped shying away from my story. I've started to embrace it and speak about it and go on podcasts like this because what I've discovered is people tell stories about us whether we want them to or not, so we might as well influence the stories that people tell you know what, I think what you just said there is absolutely perfect is that people will tell stories about us whether we like it or not. So the fact that you can influence the story can make a huge, huge difference. So what is your story then? Well, I am a business owner, networker, and skier, who just happens to be blind. Oh. So how do you do that then? Well, the skiing is a lot of fun. It's a fun story and it's allowed me to talk about my blindness from a strength based perspective and also from a perspective of fun. Here's something that I've done that a lot of people haven't tried. And wow, wow, wow, there's a whole community of blind skiers. I'm just one crappy skier among many people who ski. And people don't realize this. People think, wow, this is amazing. And it is, because when I first found out about skiing, I thought, well, I didn't know that it was possible.

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"mavericks" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

The Maverick Paradox Podcast

01:30 min | 2 months ago

"mavericks" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

"In this episode, I speak to Christa janik, who is the founder of wise words that matter. She's passionate about uncovering client untold stories sharing real impact through the written word. Having once shied away from her own personal journey, Christa now speaks about her experiences facing fear to become a skier who happens to be blind. Christa inspires her clients to share their own challenges and wisdom with the world. She believes that you want to do something and can't find the Mavericks that can and learn from them.

"mavericks" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

The Maverick Paradox Podcast

05:58 min | 3 months ago

"mavericks" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

"Exactly. And that person needs to have credibility. So the ability to achieve what they say they're going to achieve. Now it doesn't mean that that person needs to be on knowledgeable, but if they say we're going to do X, I expect X to be done. Oh, yeah. If along the way, it can't be done for X one, so reasons. I expect to also be told, you know, that's part of credibility, isn't it? Well, are we planning to do this? But we can't do this because the next one's only like, okay, fine. But not to do what you say you're going to do is a lack of credibility and lack of integrity, lack of character, is how I think mavericks are very linear in their thinking. Also, mavericks have an extreme problem solving need. Extreme is like a dog worrying a bone. It's like, let's get to the bottom of this. And when everyone's moved on, it's like, no, we have not solved this problem. We are not thinking until it's done. She's good enough, isn't good enough. No. 'cause how can you complete? How can you execute if you haven't figured out what the actual problem is? So I think back what you were saying about people when you arch questions and people are worrying why you challenging me, right? It's not that it's just I really need to get it. So I'm going to keep asking questions until I get it. And the plus side of that is the solution comes very quickly for the maverick. So they may spend. So if you look at a problem, that's a 100% they can spend 800 at the time. Worrying the question, you know? More questions, questions, questions, questions, questions, questions. And then it's like, oh, just do this then. And that solution comes really fast because they totally get the real problem, not the problem you stated, but the real problem.

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"mavericks" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

The Maverick Paradox Podcast

05:44 min | 3 months ago

"mavericks" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

"There's too many people under the lie for it to be fair. So social fabric is all about fairness for all as opposed to Venice for me. All right, so now that Jude has taken us through that and you're listening here and hopefully still have your AirPods and you're going, all right. So I fancied myself the socialized maverick and this is what I do. I build leaders because I want leaders to lead more people to more outstanding outcomes. But what is it that as a socialized maverick or somebody who sees themselves as a socialized maverick, what's something that our listeners should be on the lookout for in others as potential mavericks, like early mavericks that they can shape one direction or the other, meaning that they can identify something now in a junior person to help make sure that they go down the socialized maverick path rather than be left to their own devices and possibly go the other direction. That's interesting. Good question. I would say because you can, once you can't create mavericks per se, you can create maverick behavior in the workplace. And I think if you looked at the capabilities of mavericks, which I've called Keystone, to one of the things that mavericks, socialized memories, have a lot of knowledge. And when I say knowledge, what normally happens is, let's give an example. Suppose in somebody's in HR. And they are a good HR specialist. So they know law and employ relations with union rights and all this kind of stuff. You'd expect that. You expect to competent hate to our person to do that. But what a socialized maverick or the right maverick behavior would do would say, what is it about my job? Where does it hit next? So they might say, okay, I know HR really well. But I need to know ops because that's what's driving the business. So then that person will then understand it. I mean, they look again and say, maybe by finance. So what happened? So you go from being a specialist in their subject to somebody who becomes specialist in other subjects. So they become much more knowledgeable in the organization so they can have better connections or they can really add value. So one of the things would be is to increase knowledge beyond your function and deepness, not just sharing knowledge, but deep knowledge because then you can be more creative or innovative and add more value to an organization. The next thing would be emotional awareness.

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"mavericks" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

The Maverick Paradox Podcast

04:19 min | 3 months ago

"mavericks" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast

"Oh, isn't that the truth? And it's really perplexing, because it's like, but why not? I don't mind if someone tells me I'm rubbish, because I can learn something new. That's cool. So the capability respected him, I then went on this journey of learning if I want to achieve something. How do I still get that thing without upsetting people on the way? So then I looked at the behaviors I looked at persuasion and how people feel. And of course, when you do that, you change yourself. So you don't go into change yourself, but you end up changing yourself. So I eventually left that organization that went to a couple of career changes. And then made the realization that I understood mavericks really well. The people that people couldn't get on with the ones that played devil's advocate really changing people and I couldn't understand why people just didn't understand their point of view. And that's one of somebody said to me because it's your maverick too. You need to come out as a maverick. And I was like, oh. Yeah, yeah. And I ended up leaving a corporate life to set up my own business. Which we originally began with working just with mavericks, but now as expended around helping other people develop maverick traits and personal strategy so that they can also be successful in work. That's fantastic. And at 17 how bold to have the thoughts you had and how amazing that you had somebody who could connect with you in a way that you went aha, got it. All right, let me work on this. Let's see what this is all about. Because what a great journey it's been since that moment. To not only for yourself, but to impact so many other people. That's the thing. I think socialized fabrics is all about working for the greater good. So you really are looking about what is it that I know that other people can grow from? Or I understand what that person is going through. Because one of the things we've maverick is that the very they see people's weaknesses and vulnerabilities very, very easily, very, very quickly, but I can see behind the mask. And the socialized maverick will then help to empower that person past that. Whereas an extreme maverick will use that vulnerability for their own goods. Got it. So socialized maverick working for the greater good, extreme maverick, maybe some

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"mavericks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 7 months ago

"mavericks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Over the CEO of the Mavericks for lack of a better work the allegations of the work environment were very toxic Do you think your impact and your imprint is on the franchise right now Yes I think the culture that I envisioned and that Mark envisioned which he hired me to change the culture And I also lead the business side of the team I think the culture that we envisioned a culture that said this would be a place where every voice matters and everybody belongs a culture that is about respect for people and treating people fairly I think culture that focuses on diversity equity and inclusion That's a vision that we had that we set the standard for that in the MBA And I think we've done that And so I do think we've had an impact I don't take sole credit for not by any means Yes I did lay out a vision and a set of values and a 100 day plan but it took a lot of us A lot of us to execute on it And so it is a new culture It's a new day We are not perfect We still have just you know normal workplace stuff that goes on but it is not a toxic environment It is not the culture that was talked about in that Sports Illustrated article four years ago Up next on the show stay tuned for more about our conversation with Cynthia Marshall chief executive officer of the Dallas Mavericks that's really ahead on the Bloomberg business of sports I'm Michael Barr You can follow me on Twitter at big bar sport I'm on Twitter at scarlet fu And I'm Mike lynch on Twitter at lynch EW And don't forget to catch our podcast as Monday's Wednesdays and Thursdays.

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"mavericks" Discussed on A Positive Climate

A Positive Climate

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"mavericks" Discussed on A Positive Climate

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"mavericks" Discussed on A Positive Climate

A Positive Climate

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"mavericks" Discussed on A Positive Climate

"We described that in ramle so so. The product is folding a sweat solace on. It's essentially qodian structure that uses solid penalties integral way so really. Structurally efficient at packs out very densely in the factory on ankle price down concrete ballast into the products than women were on site. We use a focused or telly. Hand of big industrial machine to unfold the orion size and because it has a balanced in the found aisin's built into the product. We have very little slight wax or insulation. We re very specifically describe it as deployment rather than construction owing slicing and being richly deceit. Say on the side. It's heavy enough so that in various different wind conditions it stable with survived category. Three category full slack lines up in the top bands in northern territory and and it makes for a very simple inefficient onside experience. I we get down to Deploy not projects somewhere between three and ten times faster than conventional depending on how you test the numbers. We can either delivered projects foster or lower cost or combination con depending on how realize how quickly we really need to to get it done. We'll be back with more from chris in just a moment including the story of how he founded five bay so stick around for that that accordion system. Though how did you actually cried. It was like to imagine that things happen in a garage. It had you come up with that. Product wasn't far off beautiful mind whereas adding inning in on a on a property out there that expert out into gen and had really funny cheering sipping jim rows working in copay environment. But i've always been a a lot working in the shelter with my hands and tools in the lacking and i was working on some solid monitoring equipment that we needed to To send out a contractor yondo. A artist often did myself which kind of cheese charmless the probably violated about ten different safety regulations. I believe on me. Credibly student managing citing risking in unique way. But yet we dreadlocks.

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"mavericks" Discussed on A Positive Climate

A Positive Climate

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"mavericks" Discussed on A Positive Climate

"Hydride by mass. Jeff lx trial. But i think also typically romi stopped to think about to today way we lost years. Thought when you think about project sankei below when you listen to the likes of andrew firestone and forty skis. They get out. They plans for grain. Hodgin ingrains steel. You know we stopped to eclipse the electricity conversation we're ending up being godly energy homes scarlet. What's required to address that that demand from from cleaner atrocity is massively greater than than what the the industry has done to die solid. They industries that one hundred twenty gigawatt suicide piranha And and very easily not not broader energy transformation. Spice we end up at a at a terawatt ten thousand gigawatts plus so it's a ten times increase in a one stop there ada and bringing scale into the australian context is a lot of debate about australia's rolling manuals now quote unquote missed opportunity. That said alex. And i we've been industry for walden. Felt his some aspects of the opposite. That were actually doing quite well. I think the leading rooftop solar country in the entire world per capita like. What's your view on how australia's doing in regards to solar and wind and other new. Jeez well it's really interesting question. I think you can look at it from a number. This directive's once again. Probably be be bossed intensive how i look at it from abstract outside of the the intellectual property on the day contribution to the to the renewable energy world and particularly solid payday will to absolutely. That's about its averaging in what we have done and what will continue to You w in in sydney example aiden study done. Probably a quarterback tame here sought..

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"mavericks" Discussed on A Positive Climate

A Positive Climate

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"mavericks" Discussed on A Positive Climate

"Will sit there for the good part of the east boston and Which has 'electricity generation device and technology compared to to almost every other Inside the elegant and simple in terms of its function so then the solid a started that he has been very exotic and expensive to to achieve at the industry has undergone this crazy transformation and growth from said. He's two now in a lot of that has being last decade aside. I started working in the industry. In two thousand and ten econo- tell the age of someone's experiencing the industry as to how much they talk about. The first cost point. Basal cell cost estimate. That was about three dollars. Fifty a was an that puts me at two thousand maintain industry although ours will have good and others who have tracks advantage solid panels. Nak call seen yoder thirty cents. A watt site even decided as ten knees that's a tax reduction n essentially that's combat through continued For a long time but then more recently Just really style. And and aggregate scowl and economies of scale inefficiencies Massive production nine. Senator world. Cell modules come from china and chinese manufacturers nizing great quality panels visit terrible. I don't think he bought from about the my pot. Gripe taty products huge number modules very light costs and it's really bad that dynamics it has to be opportunity that we working a lot of the industry in the world is benefiting from. Which is we have this crazy elegant simple modular technology which is a to buy one made a panel that he putting field in christ activity and the costco has just plummeted. Like crazy to that scotto. You've mentioned the costs that chris. I guess if you pull out your crystal bowl. I think he said it steady sent to what the moment. How chepe you think so it can get. Yes so so the thirty cents. A watt relaxed the panel process itself at the in the market of the moment for turn case album technology moving pots not tracking Site modest yield compared to some of high yield tracking structures of palestine cassini order dollar. What about a million dollars. Megawatt guests Into more sense number United al outside the ban but we kind of working in terms of way we saved. Counting within slobby is from now is to to sub fifty cents. A watt on the more aggressive ended at scowl Edging towards the sense for the bill projects. That represents a two to three times reduction from where we are right across the the project the underlying module costs..

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"mavericks" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"mavericks" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Certain people need to go to college lawyers to get a law degree. Doctors you know gotta be able to go to college your intern and you become a doctor when we know how the game works. And then there's a majority of americans that really a lot of sales people in america that have a college degree. You can sell her you can. And that might my theory. Is it with most things. You don't need a specialized skill or a law degree or to be a doctor and go to medical school that just hire smart people for your opening and they'll figure it out. I'll take a smart person who doesn't know my business will teach in my business than hiring somebody. That's dim but quote has been my business thirty years. I just started a company about five months ago. The rule is higher smart. They'll figure it out and so far it's worked. And so when. I watched luca. Play one on five against the clippers is. You've gotta get luca too because lucas very rare. He's twenty two years old. He is in his prime now. He played pro basketball a europe at fourteen fifteen. He's not like other twenty two year olds. Most guys take twenty seven to get here so you cannot waste his time with draft picks and james wise men guys developing go. Get him a star now dame bradley beal now it's not that he's good it's that he's so far ahead of most twenty two year olds he's an outlier. He's a historic outlook. He's lebron lebron twenty. Two twenty three magic twenty three years old. He was lucky. Magic inherited kareem. But you get these. Once in a decade guys even. Kobe took a while to become kobe. Lucas now as good scores the league s do not go to the draft. Because kids don't stay in college more than a year the good ones. They often go to the g. League straight from high school that kind of game. It's a lot of guessing that's why there's so many busts in the nba draft. You just guessing you're projecting it's not like the nfl draft got four years of tape but alabama. I should know if you can play with him. Get out of the bus game. Go get him a star. In what's interesting and i don't have an explanation for this. And maybe you can go to my social media and tell me the dallas mavericks inexplicably neverland free agents. I don't get it middle of the country. No state tax. Great owner is it because dallas is just considered a football town and it's not an attractive place for nba guys to go. I'm guessing i have no idea. Is it because mark. Cuban such a star. He takes a little bit of the glamour off. You talked about mark. Cuban is that it. I know mark can talk. He can sell. He's smart it's a great arena. It's great fan base. There's no reason why dallas does not lend for aids. Nothing makes sense to me. Like i get green bay. I get buffalo. Like i get whether i get small market. I even get like. I grew up in the pacific northwest. Get portland or seattle. You know you play major league baseball in seattle. You are on a plane you know how many five hour flight you're on instead of st louis..

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"mavericks" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"mavericks" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

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"mavericks" Discussed on Dallas Hoops Fancast - A Podcast for Dallas Mavericks Fans

Dallas Hoops Fancast - A Podcast for Dallas Mavericks Fans

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"mavericks" Discussed on Dallas Hoops Fancast - A Podcast for Dallas Mavericks Fans

"We don't i don't think as recording this. We don't know who it is. We know that three players are out during jalen. Brunson josh richardson. One of them is positive. And then today we just found out that maxie is positive so there's maxi plus one other player. Those two players will have to be out to fourteen days which is five to eight games and then the other two that are just quarantining for seven days. that's oh. I thought it was four days. I think it's seven. Yeah so that's two games. They'll miss two more to your games. Yeah that they'll miss. And then yeah maxine and the other one will be out for another four five six to eight gay. So you're looking at a starting lineup. Next game of luca hardaway. I think a one takes over. Josh green. Because i can imagine was surprisingly good. Yeah and then James johnson probably starting at the four for for maxine. And then cauley stein at the five with your bench. Trey burke in powell and josh green and hopefully nobody else has to play. Yeah so i mean it's a. It's going to be tough. It's gonna be rough. Yeah i wonder look. There's some and i don't know if anybody has any inside. Knowledge of porzingis is coming back. I have well. I like how you just brushed that off. Like i'm trying to make a point. It's not about you. I think it's skin way that mentioned that. He thinks they might bring him back in the hornets game because they didn't want to bring them back in the pelicans and have to with stephen adams elbowing him across. Even adams is out. Oh he is okay migraine. I was like just good. So i can be serious. I'm thinking if i'm the mavericks if your intention is to bring about against the hornets considering the situation can you bring them back. One game early. Yeah just out of necessity. I'm not asking you to play him. Forty minutes ten to fifteen minutes just to help offset the lack of players that have and it's just one game. Is it really going to hurt. Clearly he's healthy targeted the hornets. And yeah maybe. If stephen adams is out and he's healthy ready to go why not. Yeah i mean if if that is it if it's just a one. His name was the white powell he would have been the order. Well last game. Yeah i mean if it was that just one game difference thin. Yeah just bring him back to prison back. They're going to be social and look. I'm not saying. I want to risk injury. You're putting his career in jeopardy but if it's a one game difference now quitting any raise. Yeah yeah it can't make that much of a difference if it's longer i get it But yeah it's a it's gonna be rough for the mavericks. I mean but a lot of teams are dealing with this. They actually just announced that they're postpone the game between the celtics and heat. I think the heat and somebody so that's going on anyways so hopefully they can still get some wins. Duri time per. Yeah so we'll see but that that's that's the ugly coming up for the mavericks because it is i mean. Thankfully they want against the magic they had players out to in its magic and their next two games. Aren't against the lakers and the clippers. It's the pelicans and the hornets. Yeah so of course. I already loss against the hornets. Good then chances are will be at true Will get to our game predictions at the end of the episode..

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