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Brian Windhorst ‘Highly Doubts’ Ben Simmons and 76ers Can Repair Their Relationship

The Jump

01:49 min | 10 months ago

Brian Windhorst ‘Highly Doubts’ Ben Simmons and 76ers Can Repair Their Relationship

"Let's get to the latest surrounding ben simmons and the sixers keep pompeii the philadelphia inquirer reports that people in simmons's camp are not inclined to help the sixers find a trade partner for him so given the public criticism from doc rivers after the playoffs and how his name was in the james harden trade talks last season march sign of the times reports that the cavs are one team. That's interested in him so brian is there a chance for simmons to repair his relationship in philly. And if not where do you think he could end up. I've been around too long to say that. There's never a chance of anything. But i would highly doubt it One of the messages. That ben has sent back towards philly. Is that. It's not his job to fix his trade value. It's his job to correct. This trade value raises trade value. That is not something that is on the menu for him and so with that out there. I don't think he's interested in coming in and trying to change the situation and one thing that i think is interesting is that his contract is structured in a way that he's going to get half of his money by october first sixteen and a half million of thirty three million come before he has to worry about getting find a single dime for a forty one of his game. So he's going to have a war chest that he can. Just sit this out. Now i agree the cavaliers and other teams that are really interested in trading for a guy with four years. Left on their contract would be interested. That's also why. You've heard a mike minnesota and even potentially a team like san antonio these are organizations that typically don't do well in free agency and so the idea of getting a star player under four year contract is very attractive but dens value is so low right now and the expectations of daryl morey on a trailer so high we just are not neutral zone for any If any team at this

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Daryl Morey on the Sports Analytics Revolution

ESPN Daily

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Daryl Morey on the Sports Analytics Revolution

"So me pawing at this sad window like a hidden aside daryl. I do want to explain the monster. You've created here because the mit sloan sports analytics conference is very well known inside our industry but it is far less stone outside of it. And you and your co founder. Jessica gelman got it going fifteen years ago. Basically in the spirit of moneyball and the spirit of what someone like bill. James did in exploiting data defined undervalued players and strategies and every year you bring together researchers and sacred magicians and wants but now you also get all of these powerbrokers to somehow agreed to be on panels. And i'm talking about owners and athletes and coaches and executives and world leaders like barack obama who was the keynote speaker. One year recently. So i'm just curious first off what sort of thing is stuck in your mind after you wrapped up the conference. Last week. I mean this year. I jumped on the nfc panel actually learned a lot because we had the like the head of mba. Top shots ahead of so rare mark. Cuban who has more More free time than than us to to focus on this and i think teams are obviously the. Nba is out front at the sports top shop. But i think it's just the start of a nba teams exploiting what crypto can do for them as well. It's very confusing to people but I think everyone knows what a barcode as. So if you could have put a barcode on literally anything and no one could copy it. And they can always always know and look up that it's your thing that's been bar coded and that's really all it is you. Can you can really. Nf t anything. The certification estimate The actual item. Nf t could be a combination of physical and digital.

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Sportswriter Zach Lowe on NBA Mid-Season Leaders

ESPN Daily

04:41 min | 1 year ago

Sportswriter Zach Lowe on NBA Mid-Season Leaders

"Where. We are at the midway point of the nba season. And that means. I have questions for you about the utah jazz. I say the utah jazz to you. Right now what comes to mind a whole lot of threes there making these every time you know checkup jazz box score at my brain just glances over twenty two thousand from three leg. It's just nothing there number two in defense in number three or something in offense. They do profile as championship contender. Like they're the best team in the league by record right now. Are they the best team in the league to you. While the comparison that that's become sort of commonplaces they're they're the new sixty win hawks. The team that was built to win a lot of games regular season pretty ball movement side to side movement. You don't really have the star power to compete against lebron james when it comes down to it in the playoffs but i don't think they're just sort of blake a regular season flute so the way the jazz are playing right now. It reminds me not just of the hawks as you said but also a kind of mutant version of the houston rockets simply because of the sheer volume of threes. Does that comparison sounded all right and also does that comparison than invite the questions about what happens in the postseason. If shooting a bunch of threes doesn't go as well as it did in the regular season. That comparison does not ring true to me honestly just stylistically. They're so different. The volume of threes is similar. Like they are taking a houston. Daryl morey level volume of threes. But they play so differently. The other comparison is brad stevens. I think the first one to give voice to this is to two thousand fourteen spurs which is kind of like. That's that's i don't want to say that out loud well to an mba hipster fan to an emmy afficionados. Let's put it that way kinda sewer. What does that specific spurs team. What does that evoke in your memory. It almost has this sort of religion. Level reverend yes. Everybody loved watching that team. Anybody who was at games three to five of the finals that year when by the beginning of game four we were all looking at each other. Like all my god. They're just going to destroy the heat and to compare any team to where that team reached. It just feels like talking to a pitcher in the seventh inning of a no hitter. Something like you just don't want to say out loud but that is a comparison. People are making looked at jazz. Their undoing in the playoffs in in previous seasons was day would very much like the hawks. Actually day would get a lot of open threes and not make them and you could look at that and say well. We did everything right. We just didn't make shots. Which is what. Every hawks team including that one said after the playoffs. And so yeah. The three point volume is similar to the rockets. And that's a little scary. The team that this discussion has occurred in the context of is the lakers. As you said as it must be the defending champions and so when you look at the lakers right now. I want to get to lebron specifically in a second but just them without anthony davis and how much they've struggled most recently losing to these jazz and blow out. What is that revealing to you or confirming to you about what this team needs to actually content. I think like any team. They need their best players to be healthy. I i'm pretty low on the lakers panic meter because it's not just anthony. Davis who you know was first team all nba hill assures. Anthony davis is not like some borderline all the best players in the league. Dennis schreuder is maybe their third best player. I think kyle kuzma is kind of the claim that mantle disturbing might be their third most important player. Because he's the only other guy. With the exception of some frisky alex russo games entail. Norton tucker will get you some. You know some stuff done now and then but he's learned other on ball creator the other the other guys threat to score or pass to somebody else. Yeah you take them away and it's like oh my god. Lebron has to do everything and and you know he's probably getting a little tired and even though he'll never say it the only thing that will make my panic meter go above like three point. Five on a one to ten is if we get news. At davis's injury is lingering or more serious that we thought it was then if they're healthy in the playoffs yeah. Competition in the west is is probably better this year. Particularly if denver finds whatever gear they had going in the bubble. There's going to be a lot of really good teams in the west. You could get the one seed in the west and play the warriors. You could get to play the mad. I mean it's it's just every round is hard there. But yeah i i can't i can't get too worked up about it right now. Yeah the western conference meet

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How Joel Embiid Became An MVP Contender

The Lead

03:54 min | 1 year ago

How Joel Embiid Became An MVP Contender

"Also derek. Last season ended in pretty disappointing. Fashion for philadelphia. That'll do it. The boston celtics move on by defeating the seventy sixers. Four games to nothing. The first ever went wrong in that first round against boston for embiid and the sixers. I think a bunch of things went wrong. First of all. You can't start without saying this. Ben simmons zone. Outside of that sort of what went wrong was wrong with the sixers all year. The team didn't fit well yet. Al horford and josh richardson. Who were tough it's around a post op center and embiid. Richardson shooting for three ended out. They didn't have a real reliable second often times during the series alec. Burks was your secondary options on offense recipe. Brad stevens and the celtics and bead romeo leg for the rookie thinking about double vacates birds. Who can't make them pay. So there is a lot of mistakes that were made roster building and there were missing. Simmons isn't it was a tough series for sure. Can you remind us what the narrative was after that first round exits surrounding joel embiid and his performance. Yeah it was fascinating because on one hand when they came back into the bubble they had spent pretty much those months in between working with you all to get better at handling dull teams and it came out in the bubble in orlando during the seeding games and some of that had started to show and he looked like he was handling double teams better and he came out against the celtics. And i think that he converted back a little bit in terms of struggling with the double team and bead backing down ties gordon hayward on the help and they come up with the steel but he was dominant as an individual score. That was locked off and be. Did it again. Safe focused joel. Fb five of seven. Give him thirteen of his team's thirty one. We'll lifesaver on that. So i think a lot of people looked at you made steps. He did most of what he could do individually. He just didn't have enough help around him. Well that disappointing end to a long season led to a number of changes within the sixers organization. Can you take us through. Some of the moves that philly made in the off season and how they related to unlocking the better performances from joel. Embiid is off the front office. Obviously brought daryl morey To work above. Elton brand and then they brought in doc rivers replace brett brown and then you had some pretty key addition to traded al horford for essentially danny green. And then josh. Richardson for steph curry. And i think those two editions have been pretty big with joel. Because i think if you look either trade you'd say the sixers got the lesser talent but the fit and just having to players in curry and green. Who the other team can't leave has been huge for. Joel shoe autom- double wall and pass. And you miss accomplish you. Miss a lot of shots You just straightening and then you start thinking of all you gotta do everything by yourself. 'cause everybody's not made the shots. Richardson horford they were not only inconsistent shooting. If they are unwilling shooters and they'd hesitate any office. Which is kinda come grinding down to a halt not only is curry making his shots and all these green making his permanent shots. But the ball is moving around the perimeter. Much quicker than it was. So there's more consequential doubling joel embiid than there ever has been monarch got a lot of assists but Ogle gets one us open. Invite double or triple team has a lot of hockey else's shake milton hinton to downtown ten points and ten minutes off the bench make no mistake that play which about drawing the double and then the ball moving east gotta be willing to be content. That the ball's the swing opposite and he's gonna creative for shots teams are now left with a real choice whereas before i think the whole strategy just send you all need help and disguise it a little bit senate in different locations but if you send it frequently enough you're going to confuse joel embiid or the sixers aren't going to have the talent or the players to make him pay. I think that's changed now.

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NBA Fines Philadelphia 76ers’ Daryl Morey $50,000 For Tweet About James Harden

Mason & Ireland

03:31 min | 1 year ago

NBA Fines Philadelphia 76ers’ Daryl Morey $50,000 For Tweet About James Harden

"Last of basketball operations daryl. Morey is getting in trouble with the twitter again all right. He's been fined fifty thousand dollars for violating the nba anti-tampering policy the finest in response to a to a december twentieth tweet about the houston rockets superstar. James harden obviously gio more used to be there. The tweet was deleted several minutes later. Celebrated the one year anniversary of heart and breaking the rockets franchise assists record more told the league. It was an inadvertent post from an automated app. Now more was hired by the seventy sixers less than two weeks after resigning as the rockets manager. And obviously he. The sixers are one of the franchises that have considered trading james harden john. Do you think that maury deserve to be fine for tampering. Here for that. Automated tweet just congratulating james or the one year anniversary of breaking the record. I don't think he should have been fined. But let me say this. I think adam silver is the best commissioner in sports. I think he's super smart. I think that daryl didn't endear has been a guest on our show. Many times may mason. And i both loved daryl. I think daryl didn't read the room here in other words. Tillman for tita. And the rockets are in a mess. Right now with harden. He has their best player. He wants out. Everyone's connecting the dots saying that darryl would love to have him in philadelphia so for darryl to poke that particular bear at this time is a bad look the way this went down and tell me if you agree is as soon as that tweet happened. Somebody in houston called the league office and said this is bs. Were in the middle of trying to navigate a crisis down here. And this guy's congratulating a player and making us look bad. And i think the league had to react at that point and so i wouldn't have find him but i understand why the league did. What do you think yeah. I think i was surprised when i saw that because i thought his tweet was pretty harmless. But i think you're right. I think that that you know james. Initially when he first asked for the trade didn't really have any representation. Okay didn't have an origin at that time is he's always kind of just like his mom and he's he's since tapped into wasserman those guys'll so he's got different representation now they can handle things but initially. There was a lot of consternation amongst the rockets. When darryl was interested daryl's sixers darrow. Were interested in trading for him. Right you know is there. Was there. Contact with darrell. James like there's this. There's a lot of stuff that really doesn't smell right with the rockets and the sixers and james harden and so whether this tweet was made it on time serving. It's just he. Daryl needs to be way more careful and the whole automated app. I just. I don't know if i buy that. I don't know if i bet either. I so i understand. Let's just say this ninety probably ninety eight percent of the time out of silver gets it right so i think that there's probably a backstory to this that all of us don't know and darryl poking the bear in houston at this particular time was probably not the smartest move. But it's not money they're owned by a bunch of hedge fund guys in philadelphia. It darryl can afford it. I think it'll probably go away now.

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James Harden’s Trade List Now Includes Bucks & Heat

First Things First

02:52 min | 1 year ago

James Harden’s Trade List Now Includes Bucks & Heat

"Mandy. James harden saga changing by the minute. The latest report this morning from sham saints. Pardon has the bucks the milwaukee bucks in the miami among his preferred trade destinations. Along with the seventy sixers and the brooklyn nets crisper starts sticking around with us. What do you make of this latest report. Well look i. I said earlier. When nick brought up the miami heat that makes a lot of sense. James harden in miami and that organization with those players around him. The ones they'd be able to keep. I think that would be a tough team to be in the eastern conference milwaukee. Look any time you bring in a player like james harden ninety percent of the time when you bring in that type of superstar. You're going to have to work some things out. You're gonna have to work out. How he fits in with your other star so we might look on the services they do he. John is really fit. But i would give it a try. If i'm the milwaukee bucks giannis is on board with it. If i could get james ordinaire look. I don't think they can. But if i could i'd give it a try broussard. Him including the milwaukee bucks on his list he might as well as included. The milwaukee brewers on his list. It's impossible they gave us their picks ken's so we can cross that off. It's a great idea but it's not happening. The he could happen now. I don't think the he would give up bam out of bio. But i'm sure they'd give up tyler hero. The future picks that aren't encumbered already. You'd have included in order to make the salaries work and some other stuff. You probably include kendrick nunn. Who had a decent rookie season. So i think the heater a real possibility. But what i think this does is actually finally moved. Daryl morey and i say that brandon because darryl has known the nets do not present a real threat in this trade deal because they do not have the assets to make this work. The heat cooled. And if he's going to expand his teams to include milwaukee in miami he might expanded even further. So right now daryl. I feel like has been holding back offering ben simmons which i think would get the deal done assuming tillman for titas and said you're not allowed to trade daryl morey because he's mad at him for leaving the team but i think all of a sudden this is causing real meetings in miami and real meetings in philadelphia. I think in milwaukee. They're like i mean we can call a meeting. But unless you're in love with dante jones. Oh i don't know what to tell ya. Milwaukee to me is not a realistic path but miami is a possibility even if they won't include out a bio brandon.

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Nick on news that Harden may have Bucks & Heat added as NBA trade destinations

First Things First

02:52 min | 1 year ago

Nick on news that Harden may have Bucks & Heat added as NBA trade destinations

"Mandy. James harden saga changing by the minute. The latest report this morning from sham saints. Pardon has the bucks the milwaukee bucks in the miami among his preferred trade destinations. Along with the seventy sixers and the brooklyn nets crisper starts sticking around with us. What do you make of this latest report. Well look i. I said earlier. When nick brought up the miami heat that makes a lot of sense. James harden in miami and that organization with those players around him. The ones they'd be able to keep. I think that would be a tough team to be in the eastern conference milwaukee. Look any time you bring in a player like james harden ninety percent of the time when you bring in that type of superstar. You're going to have to work some things out. You're gonna have to work out. How he fits in with your other star so we might look on the services they do he. John is really fit. But i would give it a try. If i'm the milwaukee bucks giannis is on board with it. If i could get james ordinaire look. I don't think they can. But if i could i'd give it a try broussard. Him including the milwaukee bucks on his list he might as well as included. The milwaukee brewers on his list. It's impossible they gave us their picks ken's so we can cross that off. It's a great idea but it's not happening. The he could happen now. I don't think the he would give up bam out of bio. But i'm sure they'd give up tyler hero. The future picks that aren't encumbered already. You'd have included in order to make the salaries work and some other stuff. You probably include kendrick nunn. Who had a decent rookie season. So i think the heater a real possibility. But what i think this does is actually finally moved. Daryl morey and i say that brandon because darryl has known the nets do not present a real threat in this trade deal because they do not have the assets to make this work. The heat cooled. And if he's going to expand his teams to include milwaukee in miami he might expanded even further. So right now daryl. I feel like has been holding back offering ben simmons which i think would get the deal done assuming tillman for titas and said you're not allowed to trade daryl morey because he's mad at him for leaving the team but i think all of a sudden this is causing real meetings in miami and real meetings in philadelphia. I think in milwaukee. They're like i mean we can call a meeting. But unless you're in love with dante jones. Oh i don't know what to tell ya. Milwaukee to me is not a realistic path but miami is a possibility even if they won't include out a bio brandon.

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Where In The World Is James Harden?

ESPN Daily

04:47 min | 1 year ago

Where In The World Is James Harden?

"Been so excited to talk to you about what it's like to be on the rockets beat right now because covering this team has never been boring really but how would you describe what it's like at this moment. What's the mood around all of us in. I mean look. The rockets tend to tends to be a lot of curb. Your i think the to put it. Politely tim macmahon covers the nba for espn from texas. Where he's been documenting the chaos in houston all offseason. Typically that turbulence at least over the last eight years has been about trying to find a coast are four james harden james harden and say no. I'm tired of this guy. Give this one or you know whatever the case may be now. Turbulences is them desperately clinging to the hope that they can convince this. Who is touring the country with a rapper. Right now party maskless during the pandemic while they're beginning training camp come on we can still win. You know get back on board. And i say that. That's a heck of a challenge to put put a lightly so i want to reset for the listener. You're tim because a year ago. The rockets were at a very different place. They were embarking on a grand experiment. Their gm was daryl morey. They had to former mvp to former teammates with thunder james harden and russell westbrook in just one year later. Daryl morey has gone russell. Westbrook has gone and despite the rest of the team reporting for training camp on december first. James harden is still. Mia so what do we know about where he is right now so we are recording on monday morning and his last known location means las vegas by the way just an amazing sentenced before whenever the next sentence is going to be. My understanding is it's gone from atlanta to las vegas. The rockets is you may be aware based in houston Not not not a short walk but for a guy who can afford to say. Throw one hundred thousand dollars cash in a prada bag along with a two hundred thousand dollar. Watch to give into birthday present. It's not difficult to charter a private jet. And get back to houston. If you are so determined. I want to explain for those who are uninitiated. Tim what exactly we saw. James harden doing in las vegas. What was little baby. The rapper doing. Why was there a prada bag full of literal and metaphorical honey buns like what was happening there. Yeah and i'll be honest with you. The whole honey bun metaphor that. That's that was new to me. I don't have any friends that throw hundred thousand dollar bricks of cash at me for my birthday. Wouldn't mind having those types same but yeah so atlanta. This is thursday when nba players are doing individual workouts. They're supposed to be quarantined. In the side from working out testing in the team faciliate essential activities. Well hard ops over to atlanta and attends low baby birthday party gives them the prada bags stuffed with like you said the little honey buns and the metaphorical honey bun. I don't even know how to pronounce the name of the the watch. But it's you two hundred thousand dollar watch and a prada bag because you see hardness proud of him So that was you know it was very very Thoughtful thought to the baby not so much to the houston rockets and harden was also apparently very proud to be attending this party maskless because he posted several pictures on his instagram account. Which you know arms not a big g guy in terms of activity so he definitely wanted it to be known. That area is a little babies birthday party. And then as the rockets are going through their first practices when i first saw these other videos Surface and again. I you know. I forgive me. I'm not quite sure. What said underscore one 'em's. There's just so many underscores oblivious van. It's really hard to keep track of these user dips. Well i mean. I'm a. I'm a forty four year old farts. I don't know exactly who he is. But apparently he's you know pretty important dude in in Little baby circle anyways. So he's got pictures of them continuing the party in vegas and you know. There's a jam packed tour buzzers. Oh people dinner. They're making rain at the club. All all that kind of stuff. I think i

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A Rare Conversation with Former Philadelphia 76ers GM Sam Hinkie

ESPN Daily

05:03 min | 1 year ago

A Rare Conversation with Former Philadelphia 76ers GM Sam Hinkie

"Sam hinkie. Welcome to espn daily pablo sam. Let's be very clear about what's happening here. You don't really talk to people in this way very often. You have reminded me for a long time as a mixture of like all the complimentary to it. I hope you receive. But there's like a jd salinger aspect. Maybe greta garbo is more your speed wizard of oz kind of thing. So why are you breaking. Said silence with me. Right now is you're you're lifting expectations. I don't know if i keep up. But i'll i'll do my best. I do talk every day. Adjust don't talk to you and your colleagues at espn on television. Every day I it's not every a chance to guess up on your friends. Who just had something awesome happened in their life. That happens to coalesce with a bunch of my life. So that's why yeah. Well let's get into it. Because daryl morey your former boss colleague. Your friend just got hired this week. Two year old job. Which is president of basketball operations at the philadelphia seventy sixers. What was your reaction to that news. Stoked i'm stoked. Now it's a i think is great news. I think it's very much he's a. He's a good higher. He's a great har. It's a really big move the franchise for carolina belt with a bunch of people that i care about and i just think it portends really great things for the future for the sixers Remains to this day remains meaningful to me and so Stoudt first of all. Did you know before i knew which is to say. Did you know before woche tweeted about this on wednesday afternoon all paulo the nature of compounding trust with people over long periods of times. Being careful about what you say. Well you know The important to me a maybe. This sounds facetious. But it's me it's important to me to earn. Trust the bill and a lot of ways. One as you do that as a be careful about what you know when you knew anything. So i can sense the drawbridge raising a little bit slower dzhumber where one minute end to to our conversation and here you go with like zingers zingers. I'm trying to scale the castle. And and let me let me let me try something else because i understand that completing. That's these days. Tell me about private conversations. You wouldn't mind sharing your social security information as well. That'd be very helpful. But i want to get into what you mentioned earlier. Which is that. This coalesce is around your story as well in a way that makes you very timely person to talk to on the record at a sports publication like espn daily. I mean the metaphors. Sam for what has happened this week that i have set that i've landed on that. I'm settling a pod. Is that the philadelphia seventy sixers. I mean they kind of just hired their ex wife's older sister so in this metaphor. I think you know that you are the x in this case and i wanna ask you first about that. I mean this must have felt in some way as much as you're excited about this and stoked by the way godsend for sixers fans everywhere like i would argue that. It must be kind of weird. Also eight hasn't begun yet so we'll see a suspect they'll be on occasion. It'll be a little a little strange but mostly it will be great. I that's a. You're only a mind like yours would come up with a with an analogy like that. It's i think of it as a obviously a good thing for daryl and something He wanted to do which is awesome. And i think a good thing for the sixers and you know. God bless him for getting to that answer. I think it's i think it's a great answer. And regardless of the oddity of it make my simple. I've been sixer fan and rockets fan more than the other teams for a while. I can continue to school. Yeah i want to know how much you've actually gotten to watch year-old team your old franchise. Have you gone to see the philadelphia. Seventy sixers play basketball over these last four years since he resigned from the team. I watch a bunch of for sure. I don't watch every game. And i surely don't watch all of every game. I live on the west coast and so Post dinner a lot of nights. You can catch the fourth quarter. I'm as guilty as some fans that game close Turn on the game's not close in. It's not that interesting with a minute ago and you you know. Live to watch another day. but yeah i i watch a bunch and i i keep track a lot because i care about how they do and i care about a bunch of the people there i care about you know. What's the people on the floor. So i'm i'm a fan from far.

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"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

The Morey Health Podcast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

"I'm going to do when they maxed it out like you could get them to do extra reps extra set's less rest Tempo and stuff. But any of the day like you're gonna have to keep increasing the stimulus to get an effect. Yeah, that would probably be the more of the Restriction problems challenging was yeah. Yeah equipment and then not being able to throw until Thursday. We even though I had a Spotify I met the government's requirements and we were very socially distance and everything half. The kids didn't have their own job on so I'd albums very expensive equipment wage. So we had somehow get equipment cuz we weren't allowed to go into the shed, cuz that would have been multiple contact points. Even if you cleaned and everything Kovac playing on a trace kind of thing so we thought To make sure every kid had their own equipment actually be able to train so that was another probably challenging thing as well. Yeah, one of the funniest things when locked out first came in I went down and did a training session on a field when fields to be closed. Yeah, and apparently someone called they're called the popo on me to say that someone was training on the field. It was just me. Yeah, just just me out there with some cash and just going him and now can't do that get off. And so I had a conversation with the book. I was like well look like I'm an exercise professional like I do this for a living like I needed myself to actually put through these things. Yeah, I hear well too bad get off. Otherwise, you'll get a fine or something and then I asked him I was like, so can I train on the other side of the fence and they're like, oh well, yeah, I was like, hang on what what's the difference between Fifty meters of grass. Yeah, like kind of picket fence like nothing. Just I don't know. I'm glad that sort of some common sense prevailed there and sort of its come back into play now..

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"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

The Morey Health Podcast

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

"So to make sure I have the skill set and knowledge to do that for first grade. Maybe try and get as much I can speak with Miss James. So the same way like a coach would build their way up. The ladder is well and I guess it's easier or even a player to some extent. I mean most guys go from birth reps or Flag straight into NRL only a few sort of other the rivers that get to those cough and then go off cuz usually they're a bit old but you know, it's like them in the running. Yeah. So if you're not there you you can't get picked but it makes sense. Yeah, so that's what I've been advised to do for the moment, but I do want to work in the future as much as I do want to work with men's first grade. I still have a very strong passion with my nipple. He still fighting, you know, it's first season this year. We've never played before properly. We've like off Let me encourage, you know, for six years. So I have grown a lot too. And I love the like the work ethic. I've managed to produce my team like I do the skill set of that too. I rather just see what I can do to change the essence East Side putting you know, that's what I specialize in and say doing what I do. Well, so I do want to make some Court netbooks. I think it'd be really cool and then hopefully to get that paired up with an iPhone now and then go down that path career wise or player wise, but they're owed darks now where I'm not body strong that and if I get injured I can't work. So yeah, it's definitely encouragement on we're not an athlete. We think we're a weightlifter, but not a good one. Fair enough fair enough in in terms of various sort of covideo little couple of things that sort of impact how you prepared for this cities and then sort of all the considerations that you are doing. What else was there anything in particular that kind of jumped out and goes? Oh, yeah consider this this really impacted Us and how we do things out of the ordinary. I don't think anything really impacted us at Bruce. We it's a professional Forester..

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Daryl Morey on verge of joining Philadelphia 76ers as president of basketball operations

Around the Horn

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Daryl Morey on verge of joining Philadelphia 76ers as president of basketball operations

"The seventy sixers Daryl Morey this drop that nowhere today. They're expected to finalize a deal. It'd be president of basketball operations work alongside GM, Elton brand turnover this off season for Philly. Doc Rivers Now coaching what it would Daryl Morey mean to a team Ben Simmons who doesn't shoot the three Ramona and Joel Embiid, who as the Center Position Daryl, Morey has gone away from recently. Like Garo thinks about basketball differently than we all deal and I think he's you know oftentimes credited with changing the game of basketball into into what we see today and so I if you're if you have one of the most unsolvable rosters in basketball. The. Left with is very hard to maneuver very hard to solve bring in a guy who thinks differently I liked to

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"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

The Morey Health Podcast

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

"So it was a big range there that we needed to consider when it came to training. Yeah. We're in the same. We've got people like having Badger who's just retired who's 47 and he was the fittest in the squad for years. Yeah, just a phenomenal athlete and he's the oldest guy there and it was it was just amazing. I guess in rugby league that came about after Billy her again and started refereeing he sort of he made a point of Fitness being the main priority in.

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Los Angeles Dodgers Outfielder Cody Bellinger Dislocates Shoulder Celebrating Game 7 NLCS Homer

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Dodgers Outfielder Cody Bellinger Dislocates Shoulder Celebrating Game 7 NLCS Homer

"The dodgers beat the braves for three and a wacky unexciting game seven of the National League Championship Series on Sunday night the game was played in Arlington Texas ten thousand fans were allowed in to braves were tagged out in the vicinity of third base on the same play. mookie betts made another ridiculous catch cody bellinger popped out his shoulder celebrating his game winning home run L. Able play the Tampa Bay rays and the world series starting on Tuesday in

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"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

The Morey Health Podcast

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

"Are happy vomit that because I cannot imagine it. I'm in trying to bang a pot of the professional sporting organization during carpeted were just be pretty tough as far as. I don't even know sometimes it did pining month Tom so. That they're certainly not taking about their intern WHO's coming next year I was at this point. Well I mean I mean a position with? Paramount Arrays and Keeping them on on track and making show A. Few As well. So from someone in that position. In a much smaller position at a local level having our own challenges obviously with much more limited staff. But I think you're right in that your not necessarily. The I thought in the first is to to get all the players together and on the team and just playing again. And that's Doing everything out the NO IN UTAH. But That I just I hope that you understand. You understand how invaluable you all though as a student if them. Refresh you gotta bring fresh ideas and For you as a person, I think that made a good choice in in you as a person in that, they've got someone who brought she titled and really wants to have a dig and and impress in do good job and get the most out of it. They can get a lot out of you in that process as well. I mean some may be. For me if I can you know it's the season next year and offline. Like as possible that's. Always, stuck so that that's that's essentially lie. Out of it, I guess you had the chance to experience a professional. Not Staying but Organiz ation for all season is something obviously would not have dreamed fees guy side it's yeah. I'll be pinching myself next year that special. That's also that's also well good luck with that. That's that's pretty special on on getting any internships. So I'll be off. Does that mean? At the moment. Yeah. Bracket with moments. Of. Hot An extra fog weight to bicycle yet were, which is really good. Signing about that I'll tell you that much. Yeah that's good. That's. One, hundred percent because The I guess the payoff that you'll. You'll taking there is the yes you do graduate in July the. You'll still have that requirement until the end of the GW s giants season. So yeah it extends off of the race are but that's Also could be worth it from the. Old Pot of the purchase. Will might thank you so much for coming on. had a really enjoyed it i. just I enjoy a company. Continue. To what you have to say it. Moving forward, calm known since you asked me about whole, group. Not to put you on the spot. Oh. Actually there was something that was going to ask. At at four day. was have these all g which is a at eighty gravity treadmill. It's only that I've never been able to get my hands on get an US got someone who's been exposed to it. So can you explain one?.

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"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

The Morey Health Podcast

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

"Sort of had a chat about what what involved. Is often the contact with demon and sluice. US what off involved in then he so yeah explain what it was all about instead when he commented Chattan so I did. A. It was good. Actually I thought that. was. GonNa. Be In my house At hills that turned out that it was in the city, but actually tend to actually really lock onto the city. It's it's. About Dr. and you got the metro going out there now makes things. One. The Metro, it's not bad. It's slidell. Miss Charbonnet it today at the moment you gotta wear. Mosque. As you get out there but. Not Sarah. How do you? How do you balance everything in the amendment night? If you've got wife, you've just. You've you've got this doctorate physio degree. You've got your job at four day performance. Yeah head He. Also should give. Ali data school as well. So. Again, gene nephew songs away again got really good team they're really crew. do work over there as well and lock yourself doing in Moscow's coverage on Saturdays and Sundays might balancing. That's the art of Bachchan annum the last few years and walk said all over Bachelorette every time lower, Rama Wasp is extremely supported and Very. Exciting. She's hard-working himself in in her job Sir I, guess, we GONNA by just give each other out time in specimen to sort of do a speed on. You might I think. STRAS balancing things go I locked being On a busy word that I liked having. To Do I'll probably Silva Very. Long So Society I've gotten used. To enjoy I guess You know having a Watsa varied experiences throughout my way can things to do capes it pretty interesting. Are you just have to? Really. Improved time management skills is special. And you know I guess just be really upfront whenever that do have unionized is the priority and by generally everywhere I've worked as being really understanding of that. Really helps facilitate me through that four day of right but as well. Like Subaru Understanding of unique commitments and yes it I guess the balancing is not old may it's papal everyone around may sort of really helps to do that I. Guess. Yeah definitely hopes to have the team but I also talked to the fact that you had threes of learning how to talk tobepal in managing different personalities So for anyone who has met, Lucas, he's easy to get along with each. Will talk about anything and everything. Talking Shit is number one. Single Mom. and. This allows me to do that. That's it's like the hairdresser of the healthy Distri. Way You can have a conversation about life and actually get something done at the same time. So, this Phychi down to a tae can say that. Also helps to kill a small but. With. With you talking Shit Can you explain what fellow Olympics? Olympics. So yet they were wrong. Can you can you?.

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"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

The Morey Health Podcast

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

"That way that when you need to win. It's really critical that you need it down. You've already got it and it's extra expense in to add on now. Let me think of something intensive insurances right if we go to like car insurance. Like the pros and cons. A lot of people these days with the popularity of Uber Ride share type stuff and you've got Karl next door and Blah Blah Blah. You name it. A lot of people are not opting for getting a car and insuring it. They going I'm going to get an uber or public. Transport or a combination of h now for some people, and as far as I'm Ri- A. Hope. I'm right. Majority of people are actually going to spend more money in the long run by not getting their own vehicle. It's funny. You should go anywhere unless you do nothing to your habit, but most people do leave the house at some point. It's really funny because I. Mean That's that's a myth, and the myth is easily squashed. If you've got an excel spreadsheet. To track how much she thinks this is giving will spending h wake, and then you just expand that out whether it becomes. Six monthly or yearly? That's when you can actually see if you're making gains on your money. You're saving money. You spend more the easiest to unpack it. Rather than just a shoe. even more because he doing x. just run the numbers. It doesn't take long and I don't think you need to be the last. To Really Even though you are, but yeah, show right but yeah I mean it's just I guess a Christian to kind of. Lingering and it's just he made me. You made me think of it, so thank you for that. What do you say you we've? We finish up there like we've been going on for. An hour and a half or so all. Of enjoyed it to be honest. been a lot of fun. And I. Guess before before we close up officially. Can you just? Way You work another plunk. Just so if anyone wants to get in contact with you or the people that you work with. So they can. Like what's what's the best place doing look at your? Roof up to five talk and hopefully. Around yeah, I am going to handle and facebook side. Try to regulate is continental table. So Alex Financial Flannel Owen would. Only charge pick Can definitely throughout website as well at one financial advice, dot com you. Should have misinformation..

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"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

The Morey Health Podcast

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

"Require Insurance for the next the conversations that you would have made or mortgage broker. So. Yeah it's. It's just exciting next scenario that would guy if I'm if I can't buy in five years. Maybe I put some money into any next. That's low costs will give me a steady but you need to be aware that if you wanted to go by place, you wouldn't WanNa. Take your money out of the Shamma it if it's in a bit of a lull. Yeah because then what did you? You'RE GONNA. Crystallize your loss, and it's not giving it enough time to. Really its losses and to give you gain. Some, so what I would say is the money that you want probably put in a in a share on Like have it in the back yard line that. We probably could. You can't take it out when you want, but is it in your best interests? That's when you need to look at. And just as a as a disclaimer spas anything that we talked about it. Everyone scenarios little bit different hundred. This is genuine nature just two. One. Hundred nine. That's good. I don't WanNa. GET SUED IN A. But like I know it's these conversations needed beheaded the the that had public rally behind closed doors. It's only going to open that conversation up to have them behind closed doors, so it's only going to help. People down the track and people get the value out of this Yeah, and if someone was trying to set up I guess. For me when I look at that, what you what you're talking about in terms of stock market Suck I. Look at it now and I got all everything's on sale because it's down since Martin. And then you WANNA sell when boom because. You're not gonNA get much higher. Every stock is different in every fund is different. And Whatnot. so you just to play your game? And Iran between forget idea. That's right..

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"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

The Morey Health Podcast

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

"I mean as a kid what Commonwealth Bank. He's right in his book in that they come into they. Do these dolomites rubbish? Which? I did as a kid. and. All set off that Carson although. They thought. It was a good idea and the time it probably was, but then before I turned eighteen nine which. Which is fine, but I guess I'm starting to look at the stock market because that's more of an affordable entry point for me into investments. But I don't know what I'm looking at all I. Say is you know Red and green bars on a graph in as exactly line. That doesn't tell me if something's reliable or not. So I, guess if you would give some advice to some young people or even even anyone, it doesn't have to be young people. What some is a big mistakes to avoid, and what are some things that they should probably start considering? visible I think the best would invest like the book. Itself is a very nice sort of general. Starting Point that if you've got absolutely about. Finances at a like if Just jumping straight away just to get a whole nice little overview. Exit good book to sort of get your head around that step by step what you should be aware of in general. Would definitely said that's that's out one. Give it a ticket. just have a radio. And, then it's obviously like you wrote the. If you've got questions off to that that you saw, they wanna try to tackle even if it's your personal choice just like you asked around. You just talk to people that you mentor or just people that at a different stage of life. Because for my spot, it's just life experience that. of the time that United Been Alive Fe to you take into. You don't have to take. They would as the gospel of everything, but it's just something that you can keep in the back of mind that it's an opinion. If got and then you can use to make a more well rounded decision but. For young people. I would say the first thing they should be worrying about is. Spending Habits. Could. TACONITE story if. Suspending, it's the first thing just because for most people I may she just attract as someone comes out of high school, and let's say that don't go to uni, but stopped to work. So! Yes, that's great..

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"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

The Morey Health Podcast

09:52 min | 2 years ago

"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

"And I mean a lot of people. Don't even know that it's covered by Medicare in the same way that if he's your therapist or an occupational therapist or A dietitian speech speech pathologists there will covered under Medicare under the my health. Care Plan when you go. Cj So I mean once we started to develop those avenues of the industry becoming recognized among its peas That was quite great. Now one thing because you have been there and I guess maybe have some insider knowledge. What's your perspective on being a part of Brock compared to the National Health organizations with with the strategy. Because there's two different avenues? There's the independent bodies in this. The government Overseeing bodies in terms of Essar in physiotherapy so physiotherapy is with opera. Which is the government body and then s is an independent body What do you think the benefits against us are? Put you on the spot here with this one. I know I. I wish we could be had and says Themes theft That they weren't accepted pastry pot of of membership about problem. Which I feel if we were part of the membership would offend more employment opportunities for US. Unfortunately when not And I think it's a loss I think it'd be nice to have that option and it'll be nice to continue. Sm Ship is there one association but it would be nice to invited to join you. Stay well what are the reasons that against that you're aware of that they're proposing and then do you see things changing in the future because I guess my perspective is that nationwide is an ongoing changing perspective that we are necessary and needed and potentially there's a move towards becoming appar- accredited. I think that would be wonderful if you opportunity arises Brilliant I also would love to sustain the CIA collaborators eight. He's all around the world since the is plasma place was saying that it's even smaller than we imagined Virus issue on. I absolutely of my everything that the Canadian health professionals pull together as resources. Full Canadian there Their resources just incredible. So Imagine. Equate collaborated with unimaginative. Collaborative wealth like I think we need to make a worldwide organization for excess zeal. Just especially America. We would hold something else when not an exercise? Physiologist is not a invest see qualified professional. It doesn't exist Exists is actually a different a different name More closer to an occupational therapist or their equivalent there certain would be really good to say the Chaff not just a National Organization joins all health professionals. Allied health professionals like abrupt but Including as effort to say something a global a global thing pace and everything that's hot silken is maybe I can can pull some strings to get something together as a working with someone running business. Let's just add it onto the Paul. Let's do it if let's make a reality. That's that's my muttering near. We can make out James Reality. Are we going another visit do we? We just we take on hobby. Do you WanNa give me Ali. It's okay that's shoots. He crawled into. That was really cute youngest. That was the baby. Yeah Alley. Yeah okay another thing. How you across? Somebody thinks yours Corporate Health and I guess corporate health work in corporate health assessments. We'll let you into that and sort of. What are we doing on that front? So we qualifications we can excel around health and so basically one cover health. We've got hell promoting health and wellbeing last style so we in that these various people that need need our help Corporate Health was something that I started. Radolph Jeanie and Sorted paediatrics and at the same time corporate house to going into companies during the health essence and I found it. I was really good at really quick. Really Foss and able to develop reports people that needed it the most. I could spend more time with them. So awesome he say on high level See years that comes to say us they. I usually on top. That fit that healthy. They they have today. Because if you are not your fault if you're know at your woman sweet your health. Then how can you lay like billion dollars? Spike Lee's organizations that are just phenomenal. Sir. What we found with years of really healthy really well. They come in the blood pressure that health plus drill their luxury. Chris levels like to tick and more often than not so healthy and then and then making continue on in the dining knowing and having that sure short stay healthy we found that the people at in the suburbs covert health. You come in. You're screening with them and then you would see a okay. There's more problems death Than not looking after themselves fess more often than not their job on a hierarchy and they need to. They need to realize this Sensitive Business. They have to look after themselves. That's what we do. We develop programs to help them. Bring them back to pass prioritizing health inequality last so. It's the same everything that we do is basically the same foundations and it's just applied differently to the different clientele that we have whether you're corporate health. That needs workshops to encourage and motivate employees to be healthy or whether you are individual with physical disabilities. All I'm Special Trotta or seniors. That WanNA WANNA develop owed prevention programs to keep physically fit as possible. It's the same foundations as NAT test catching publications. Obviously not just applying it to the different condition. But I guess the main thing that we do is that we're treating the person I and we need to take into consideration where they're at in the circumstances and then made them halfway and then get them along the right path to Conditions and definitely. The biggest highlight here is just connecting with that cult chef connecting with them. I can state so many languages counting to shed justices way. We find these next with our clients and have fun with them. It's something that so enjoyable. Say the benefit is the result That's that's the personal fade with motivating needed. Continue doing what you're doing and and continuing to learn about new things and help the clients as much as possible. I think that's a pretty good spot to leave it on now before we go If a CEO wants to reach out and do some Cobra health assessments with you again. Dot Com right Set US at email. And you'll get back to the MS possible and trying to work out the details of that especially After all this covert and nineteen and checking in when their when their workers. Go back to work Actually full steam ahead. It'd be necessary more than ever to actually get them back on track and get the biggest the right frame of mind. I guess you could. Also I mean take take initiative in enough unity on his second stance online online assessments is online learning weck shops and fun things for all all clients that I guess the ones that need it the most the ones that are not as well and the dead ones that are quite ascension of face to face and I mean not just corporate health anyone that would like to reach out and Get the wonderful services of me as health Please look us up on. Whatever may feel comfortable let it be facebook. Instagram Google just Google his health. And you cop is it so We hope that those listening something out of it and me. I thank you so much for coming on board It's been wonderful. I really enjoyed this to your thank. You thank you so much organizing this year amazing of nominal later and say career. I'm so excited thanks bye..

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"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

The Morey Health Podcast

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

"Go go again. What advice would you give fifteen year old Kevin? Oh I'm law everything and anything in be afraid to ask for help. Shame and embarrassment will pay off in the future. It's necessary. Yeah and if you were trying to seek help where would you go? Look for help people that you would trust like at fifteen type paper that you would trust So literally anyone so family aunties uncles. Cousins Teaches trends if you're involved in in like a sporting Coach would be a nice one to to If you're not then I suppose just keep asking people who do you would be out to help me in these 'cause from my experience doing it lightly would be created and you keep asking. I agree I completely in the exact same position. I'd say that the more often you ask for help and you recognize that you could Develop further from seeking help from A mental or a specialist in the viewed. Or just someone who's just slightly ahead of you or even below you. You never know you could learn something from and you never know Yeah you don't know what they know because you haven't been in their shoes so don't judge someone from against the cover you want to approach everything with an open. Mind if possible and see what you can learn from them and and grow from there and are if. You're trying to really be proactive into trying to better yourself and be the best version of yourself as long as you're willing to put yourself out there and you get to get what you want in return. Yeah and if it even if it's not something that you ideally want out of him you still learn something and you want be what you need. Yeah hundred percent. So that's why I used to be open minded to to to what people have to say. Yeah yeah that's that's that's pretty pretty true then. I think I think that's pretty cool. I think we'll leave it there. We'll wrap it up now now so if anyone wanted to try and find you and wanted you to treat them as their therapist way do we go Got Insurance Best Buy it would be at k the under school feed the Way could even reach me on what we do out woman one which is at peak performance physio and that should pop up right and if you do performance physiotherapy or peak performance physiotherapy guy should be able to find it as one of the first searches yet one hundred percent and we could ugly. Mellon on there somewhere. I wouldn't go into the website to look at my face. Just just go into bookie and high. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah not if anyone sort of ease wanting some help advice or anything intensive things running things on open for it Yeah you shouldn't be in also thanks for thanks for coming on appreciate it and have you on the future if you if you allow now looking forward for another one awesome. Thanks thanks for a bike..

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"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

The Morey Health Podcast

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

"So just the fact you have to try and you try and you don't get games. Well we'll talk not well at the moment I can meet and if they commit to rain and I don't eventually down the track. Just GonNa let the whole squad there. I'm all I'M GONNA be in the white of other people here you know could've taken the opportunity and made it even better so I just made the decision. Look if I'm GONNA off it. We've refereeing intentionally book someone diving. You get into the prices. Just pull out completely in like this on the say. That's a really good attitude did. Did you have any regrets about that? Or what? Not all my email to for you. The Guy I how how I kept saying all come back come back It was always on my mind and it got to a point where I was thinking. It was crew citizens like on. Deadset GONNA come back. I don't know what happened now. You you've the physiotherapist for the narrow referee. So you kind of you jumped everyone. That's already being tracking along trying to get themselves up there as a referee. You've just done. I'm just going to be there when just GONNA go straight to. That's one way to look at it that it's still not what I wanted to be a as a young kid which was referee. If it was in a real level would have been junior reps level old. Been happy I buy so. It's suppose looking back at it. I Don I do regret regret it. as a off when the referee it's pretty cool. I mean as a physio you've gone through the Matt's initiate bulging system so you've kind of dabbled in that area as well which is cool. I guess yeah you're talking about the process which is can't get into junior rep telling we're gonNA build which through FIBIA. Yeah and then so you still refereeing Regmi League but then you started refereeing all stack when when did you. And what was that? Process Thinking was basically two thousand and eleven or twelve. Something like that Stopped playing or myself and I'm just like I look. I want to get back into something a lot which was refereeing And again with every said before which challenged me mentally and physically I said you know at a low level social level. Just give it a shot of the game and yeah so you've been refereeing for the great bill. Harrigan at Fairfield does tag fees now saying you go from a local park or tag referee up to state cop at coffs Haba and then you've gone on even to nationals for Australian nationals Seniors and Juniors. Is that right yes? Those tag carnivals championships did the site juniors and say news. Then a went up to nationalist juniors and seniors as a in out of the blue ears. They gave me an offer to refrain lot of origin. We yeah which was pretty cool. My like I started. I didn't expect any of these sort of representative level Gig came about and until get on to challenge myself again and again not regret it. One of the best experiences that I've had and what age group or what division was that that you doing the the state of origin pretty much all 'cause I had What had to news also had seniors. Okay yes yeah got to do like a whole variety of age groups. That's pretty special. That's pretty co- yeah so you know still dirty so I think I'm GonNa put that away and then doing it was one of the cups down in. Tamworth I was right. I'll say I think it was five and I go to gamble. Wow so I'll still got a lot It's yeah mental. Dykes who the tennis thing being. Hot Right I'm trying to north.

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"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

The Morey Health Podcast

11:25 min | 2 years ago

"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

"Much the whole semester off and then it came across. Macara unique providing the doctor. Pregame mostly do therapy. Which started that semester too so renter the whole semester of of pay puffy games and I'm like okay well. I haven't heard anything from Macquarie and it's probably the end of the journey physiotherapy but then a week be full. You knew it was about to kick off. I got an email. And they're like. Oh Yeah. Congratulations you being made an offer to come see the at Macquarie. And he's like what what's happening and so didn't believe it. Close the book for a little bit again. I'm like the amount of heat. It's not a joke dream. Come on. Yeah that's supposed to fight right. There's this is an opportunity. Calling. I'm not gonNA WASTE IT straddle. I UNI had all I get out of this And then it's just don't because quite unique again no loyalty. Just do what you gotTa do to make it happen. Yeah hundred percent. And that's that I've always been by just is consistent and if something that you wanted to do just putting Presses implies to choose your outcome that's pretty cool. That's pretty and you did it. And now you're a fully-fledged Dr Physiotherapy. Can you talk really quickly about the very controversial or maybe not use of the title doctor when you do your doctor of physiotherapy and what that means in compared to a masters physiotherapy and what does it mean to be an actual doctor? I guess in in industry Well I think the mosses compared for his doctorate you just do extra research component and hence why Alcoa's with straight compared with tooth compensable an actual duck. I think respectively. I put in a lot more work in the research things. I'm not saying that we didn't you know call spot He's like Simpson. The what we did with I can play the whole thing. Yes I guess for. Some perspective for people kept talking about a doctor in physiotherapy will not a doctor of medicine and that sort of thing so essentially they go through they do the physiotherapy training and then they go on and do a PhD In against a topic or an area with industry that's when they do that deep dive into research and for the actual particular course at Macquarie believed. It's it's one of the highest. I Guess Practical Ellis go the one of the courses with the most practically hours that you have to complete to actually achieve the award is that yeah that sounds about right. Yeah Suppose yeah pretty much to get what we call it a You pretty much allocated a an individual in the community and you basically work with them for a semester And that was from by one. So yeah you handling stuff away. Yeah it's it's a pretty interesting 'cause for someone that's going through it and I guess because I'm going through the exact course now. I'm just off Wei. I'm I'm Sara Lee enjoying it and a machine you to one hundred percent there every minute light. Wake up early is you don't want to. Let's say it's definitely worth the sacrifice even if you are at unique for five to seven years depending on what you going through. So what three undergraduate and then a Hoffa semester of physics AP and then we And you'd be working. It's picks an office from day one. Yeah so I'm Diwan. What happened you? Got Your graduate certificate. Saying congratulations Mr Kevin. Our doctor of physiotherapy. So you title is now Kevin Dpt. An en- Bain X. BE XIII something Whatever that is and then so you had a job. From day one yeah. Luckily I was very fortunate to We the placement that I finished off Lhasa off in it was a product to me And I pretty much on board as soon as I finish that spent into when I graduated. I like 'cause the transition was pretty easy In terms of not needing to find something and whatnot. So yeah was that. Pretty common for your cohort for the people that were doing placements. They usually go to job from the places that they're doing placements at fireman by income government about. That's that's all right. That's pretty cool now. I guess a little bit of background into our relationship and and now history for those that are listening in and watching in is that actually met you refereeing. Rugby League paramedic referees now are started when all fourteen and held you and you started refereeing oxide. Probably fifteen aside okay. Something you then what you is that you Three Thousand and eight okay. So that was two years before I started refereeing and I started in two thousand ten. So you were there for two years You see young buck like may come through you go yet. Hora we go another one. Plenty of red at the time and off. A lot of that cohort is actually still refereeing today. Which is pretty cool and I guess from that point. What got you into refereeing? Rugby League Well first of all was the love of the game Second was I wanted to do with my personality. Being quite young quiet no-show confidence and self esteem didn't know what to want it And then being a referee you pretty much stuck in the middle of decisions and you have to back yourself up against But many parents back in probably twenty size twenty rides wants to experience whatever so and communicating with the B. Thing did not a woman still doing. It's given me a platform back. Then you got all right. So that's pretty good was. Was there anyone in particular that pushed into doing refereeing or said? Hey come on over now just me. hospital is offering a course and. I'm like well I'm GonNa do it so I did. It heard nothing from them. After I completed it so I just went up to a degree. You have just regular league referees local than paramount. I came up and yeah little. Did you know that you're part of the greatest referee association? One hundred percents that was bringing up. Harrigan is a actually coined Couple of today but back in the day. So Yeah Yeah. They've they've got a long a long history of being very successful in their refereeing awesome. Awesome TO BE PART OF I. Guess from that refereeing side. And what when you're going through the the locks of me what coming through. What else did you get out of refereeing? And what kept you ran for more than just a year because most people that get into refereeing they they get in for one year. They kind of did their toe in the waters. That really do a deep dive because a lot of them are playing and refereeing at the same time and I guess they that really develop other the way they are going through. The ranks of the way the block to go through the ranks The just not saying that. They're enjoying it the same way But then there's a lot of people that if they do get past that I G. They tend to referee for years on it. Yeah Yeah So what kept me around more than a year was? Suppose the community that the The referees provided Everyone was to help each other know. Many people were there to sort of what someone down If he wasn't doing great. Try to pick you up And then the other thing was just personality I got along with a lot of people And then for me. I didn't WanNa stop something just started. I want dive input pretty hard. Were and go with it. challenge myself mentally and physically. Because I would have been the first challenge both mentally and physically And I it was addictive so I suppose that's what caught me on. I'm supper with the community involved that everyone had. What was the addictive part? The part that you in control of Twenty six people in a field or the fact that you were Seeing yourself develop as a person and as a referee gaining skills and fitness and physical development on top things or is it a combination. I know a lot. I just having the control over myself in my thoughts but thoughts with one or two physically And how would manage stressful situation? It all comes into the mind like not was the biggest addictive thing like shit. Yeah Angry today but if I can control that anger and talk to someone really willing to get the message across You can see the influence that you have with just the basic words come at every meal Yes when you had A. You'll have tough days but if you ever had a stressful situation throughout the week and then you came and refereed on the weekend did that. You're now. Could you in high school? I was not much stuff in the life. All Fair enough fair enough now. That's good and I guess the one thing that I take away more than anything else. From from referring first and foremost is the friendships that you develop their their Would you say that you developed a few decent friendships there and and whatnot other than obviously? This is evident but ya not in a couple of paper that I can touch with Hearing Day I'm more recent than before So yeah definitely you you make those friendships along the way that you can carry on like you say between us about ten years. Yeah Yeah and then so when you seventeen. You made the decision to stop refereeing regulate yet to focus on. Hse that's correct. Yeah.

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Morey J. Kolber PT PhD CSCS- Covid-19 as a Physical Therapist

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07:59 min | 2 years ago

Morey J. Kolber PT PhD CSCS- Covid-19 as a Physical Therapist

"So maury. I know that you've had a big change in your main job right now. Which is teaching physical therapy students at Nova southeastern and I'm curious before all this came down. How much teaching of physical therapy students Nova southeastern was done in the online environment versus what we think of as the typical face to face environment of education all our program at Nova Southeastern University in Fort. Lauderdale campus is traditional teaching. So it is a face to face program. An each faculty sort of had a different way of approaching their courses. Some faculty had a mix of online prerecorded lectures in class laboratory. Others were one hundred percent in class. I I think it was somewhat variable but prior to all of this era traditional program. We have lecture class as we have lab classes. We have testing so the landscape of what we do. Moving forward is already changed. And it's GonNa continue to change and I know we were talking a little bit before I started recording. And you said that you had some impetus essentially a month ago that there may be some changes or to be prepared for some changes. And what was your initial thoughts when you heard that? Potentially you might be teaching courses in physical therapy program entirely online. I mean my initial reaction was panic because everything I do everything I've had setup is face to face that's the part of my job that I enjoy the most I think for some people. They probably saw a great thing for me. It certainly wasn't but there were some initial panic. Probably the first thing I did is stopped. All clinical visits adapt might have for various reasons one being the the threat obviously of Kobe. But the other was knowing that I needed to begin dedicating some hard time into creating modules and a change in my course which is currently ongoing. And I know you've been teaching for a number of years although courses changes knowledge changes and you try new things. How much of an increase in workload did you see or how difficult was to take some of these classes that until a month ago you were seeing students two or three times a week and now suddenly you're like okay? This all has to be delivered online in a synchronous or a synchronous manner right. It seems that something that would take five minutes in the classroom setting. We'll take fifteen minutes on his accession. Astrom said I'm sorry and I'm curious with the students that you've communicated with so far health familiar with most Zoom in online education versus panicked similar. To what you had a couple of weeks ago I mean fortunately for us in what it seems. Our students are probably a little bit more savvy than than some of us in terms of online learning. When I went to Undergrad we didn't have online learning. I imagine most of them did to some degree. Fortunately for us our program director had began pushing us into into exam. Soft which is a means of testing getting rid of paper and it wasn't because of this. This was last semester. So fortunately we transitioned into that software program to deliver our tests so we ready to go with that. Had We had to learn that at the same time it would have been a challenge in with that and the switch to online education with the students. What is the reaction of the students that you've talked with been so far? They've been excited about it. Just happy that they continue it or kind of a little bit of panic. Because it's something new. I think there's a little bit of panic with regard to testing because now they're they're being tested in an environment that they have to create that his private secure. There's a camera watching them. So that's changed. The ability to review exams is obviously changed due to security. You don't want exposure questions whereas when you have a setting where student comes your office you hand them a written exam they take a look at it. There's no exposure of that exam so now there's different considerations that didn't exist before you know. I'm always reluctant to to approach students. Say Hey how did you like the lecture? I just did on zoom because I think when you do that you know your you know your responses are going to say why I really liked it. I don't know that it's appropriate. I'm not big on just walking up approaching the students say hey. How did you like what I just did? Because students are generally kind been. We'll we'll say they liked it but that doesn't necessarily mean they did. I feel like our students have an expectation to in classroom teaching and laboratory sessions Expectations GonNA possibly need to change. Perhaps through the whole summer and I know I've been teaching for a number years at California University of Pennsylvania. Not In a physical therapy program but in exercise science program in our classes are a synchronous in other words we do narrated lectures and things like that where the students have a time period where they have to complete it with Sudan. Switch that you've had with your teaching. Are you doing this in a synchronous manner or their specific classroom times where students that you saw month ago in the classroom you our meeting with them on Zoom? So plan is moving forward to have both a synchronous synchronous so the plan will be for the summer. We were just wrapping up our semester. So there wasn't a lot of content but it was mix tasing fairness and synchronous moving forward into the summer. The students will be given a certain amount of time to do a review of a lecture. That's a synchronous. And then when they complete that then there will be a zoom session. Which will be synchronous where it'll be more focusing on cases questions and reviewing the content that they did earlier we have a media platform called counter. And that's what we use for our courses to prerecord certain lectures and I think from an efficiency perspective for them and us that's going to be strategy provide these cal- Torah lectures for the heart lecturing. Because if you think about it these students are going to be sitting in a zoom session. Three hours in the morning three hours at the end of the day it is going to wear on providing a synchronous cultural lecture. That's prerecorded and following up with a review. Overview zoom is going to be the way to go and I'm also interested in learning As physical therapy program. I know the American Physical Therapy Association has certain requirements. That students must meet. How communicated have been with you and with your program as far as recognizing that okay. This is something that really hasn't been done before we haven't had a pandemic and almost one hundred years so this is a significant change. What is their communication been with? You will our director and share. Have sort of been on the front line in terms of communicating with captain which is our accreditation body and at first there was this fear in debt. Changing our curriculum is a substantial change. It's GONNA require an application forms paperwork but Kathy did come down with some some documents stating that. There would be some flexibility based on this situation and with both changing models of classroom teaching as well as clinical hours and I suspect the most important thing about that is that when students finish their work at Nova southeastern. They'll have the ability to sit for the certification

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"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

The Morey Health Podcast

10:51 min | 2 years ago

"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

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"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

The Morey Health Podcast

14:24 min | 2 years ago

"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

"Chronic shoulder pain work down in woolen. Gone over rework. I O H with a a good friend of Mine Adrian Ram who we actually got to do our research together at units w under Andrew Kitchen and go a few papers published If you want to check them out you can you find them on? My linked in our things probably the best way to go and find anyway so go to work with him for a little bit which is fantastic and still damn do some work out there from time to time and very recently being approached by by Dr to start up a medical testing of executive health or really anyone that wants to coming in and get it Get this really in-depth health assessment where we look at decks. Scans we look at. The arterial stiffness the via to Max sorta stuff that we always discussing and looking at in my research. Uganda actually be doing for the general public and giving them a doubt analysis of where the health is at which That's going to be in the city in in Sydney at the building in Martin Place And the business. That's running that. Is called Veritas Veritas executive health and Yes so that's a very exciting time for me. I guess in those developments and in terms of rugby league and what's going on the F. A. May So manage work my way up through the ranks? You start another sixers when you start as a little fourteen year old and as you grow your age groups get higher and the Games get more difficult and more challenging and you learn more skills to to handle that and I guess you become more confident along the way and I managed to work my way up through the local ranks of local football doing men on a regular Like refereeing the the older age groups and then you go to these different competitions. Schoolboys competitions. Try and show your face make navy self amongst these. Different coaches referee coaches. Yeah we get coached just the same way that plays two if not more stringently who looked at with a finer tooth comb and under a microscope. That's for sure I guess as you go up through those levels than You start to do a lot more video work and you've got a bit more assistance and and be more access to facilities which is fantastic. And I think that really is in in my in everyone's development as a referee at least the setup that they've got a new south while you go up and you do sixteen eighteen reps footy so you've got the big in a row clubs up plants and then you've got all these different junior levels below that and we're doing the sixteenth of those clubs so like the paramount of his booths verse etc etc. And they've got the the go to very similar competition in Queensland and Guess Coming from South Wales and Parramatta I felt like I was advantage over other associations in the fact that the produce very good quality referee a very polished referee witham great presentation skills in A Canine Potato. I guess And so I got into that. When I in two thousand and sixteen you start on the touchlines in the under sixteen. And then you work your way up to the Eighteenth touchlines then sixteenth center and then in eighteen center and a finished up there uh last year and managed to get into something called the emerging talent squad. Oh No are the scored they call it accelerated learning grip where you go into this education program that the NRA. Oh run and that's trying to teach in in a row referees row education program run and they're trying to teach you The INS and outs of the Games and I guess all of different tactics that you see at the NRA level that anelle filtering down to the younger guys and then how to best manage that and got the opportunity to run with the squad that I've been trying to get him for a few years now. The New South Wales Grade Squad. And those guys. They referee the the full competitions of the major Newsouth regulate which includes New South. Wales caught. Rometty cops in issued and Josie Flake for the men's and. Then you've got the New South Wales having on women's premiership as well which is the fatal for the Arrow Women's rugby league competition which it's quite an ought to referee so when I was against doing a trial on or a training squad To become a part of that fulltime I got the opportunity to do the Harvey Norman. Women's final on the touchline Which was a fantastic opportunity. Definitely highlight you my career and I guess at the same time or very very similar. Time took the invitation to go. And try my hand at schoolboys rips football and they've got fifteen eighteen and started doing fifteen and must have done in a somewhat decent job on the day somehow and managed to get my way into the eighteen Nationals Competition Downing Camera. Back in two thousand and two dozen hanes. What was that July non six months ago nine months ago nine months ago now And there was bugs from around the country that the came to referee and We had the Great Allen showed who can ignore stave clock and shown below there to to help coaches and the experience that we had. They have such a tight. Knit group in I guess the professionalism of China David Bush. He did a fantastic job booth. Bring the group together and ensuring that we could get on the field each day Day In day out and that will developing Again not just as referees but his people and I. That's a big thing that comes in with differing refereeing. Passat things is that they really do. Focus on the people developing and. I think it's a wonderful thing that they're actually trying to push and more areas of sport should be trying to push that and yet anyway so I go on to do that and I get told I look. You gotta go back to junior a guy Oh Duma time would ever GonNa do and cough way through the junior. Preseason I get told our go start training with the next group on all your beauty are. We'll see we'll see what this does and just before all this Looked in in COVINGTON. The global pandemic broke out I get told. Look your your podcast fulltime squad. You just gotTa wait for the meeting. Nats have become an official member and The meeting cancelled Because people had to be looked at an isolated and I guess I'm in the middle of nowhere at the moment without Heim. Just hoping that they they go back to some malady and go back to whatever and I actually get to become an official member of that squad properly. Which would be fantastic and absolute love that because that's the pathway that you take to become an our referee Any in doing so I managed to while I was put on another program that was put on by the Hurrell Officiating Elephant Asi Program by Alan Shoulder actually an ensure Gila and we put through the NRL state of mind program which is looking at mental health in athletes. And I guess it opened up my eyes and it spayed me consider the perhaps I should seek professional help from a psychologist or psychologist as to how could best optimize my performance and I think I'd I'd get a lot out of it going forward and becoming more professionally in my actions. I guess and my direction towards hopefully becoming an ro referee and then Another program they did was the Voice Against Violence Program which is a promotional program of the awareness of domestic violence in Australia and the big effect that It has on our community and I guess the effect that we can have as as people whereas men generally are involved in rugby league. Oh majority so and how we can help be a how how we make a change in the statistic by standing up speaking out and taking action against those that committing the the horrendous active domestic violence and I guess it opened my eyes to how big issue these Australia and in more of a worldwide sort of you as well and the different sneaky ways that that happens in. It's just a horrible horrible thing that goes on and I can be someone at during the community that lays by example and Yeah and changes the statistic for for good for for the long run. Yeah and I guess that's where I'm at the moment. So wearing lockdown covered nineteen A lot of people lost their jobs. A lot of people have gone to the dull. Lotta people have died and people are dying and guest is a very scary time food for everyone in the world and from from health professionals perspective. If you want to do the best you can for yourself your community your family and there's a Ranji you follow the aversive of government in what restrictions they're putting on and so what you can do in your row he to help just yourself but the world is yet. Follow those rules but also Stay productive stay on a schedule. You WanNa be doing your physical activity on the regular. You have the same motivation that you would normally to perform at the highest levels that you possibly can because what he playing for you to know when forties coming back in my case award not and so Keeping generally fit and and active and healthy. Insuring that you get some time outside the you not just locked up in those old time if possible At least go stand out. The window look outside for a little bit throughout the day practicing gratitude. Mindfulness those things are going to be fundamental in maintaining our health and elements health for the long term. And we have a healthy mind. We've got a healthy body and that speaks volume Tom and Tom Again with with all the research that I've come across so I couldn't spread that message anymore. Highly and I'd want that to be spread far and wide and I hope everyone is maintaining some form of Saturday and not just getting cabin fever getting Just going crazy that you're bottled up because with the way that the world is at the moment with such connected society by the incident. I think that we should be able to get through this together Get through this as a team and I know that will come at the other end Before you know we're going to be stronger people for and Hanging Nicholas 'cause We can go back to the wonderful world that that we used to point B. exactly how he left Before but Hopefully we can make it a better one so for those that changing and fellows at a still hanging around listening at the moment. Thank you for taking the time to actually find out who I am as a person and what I'm about and what I stand for and hopefully that gives you a good insight into my perspective and Coming from when we go forward into the next few coming for gas which hopefully should be a lot loitering fund and Yeah I've got some interesting people that I want to and If you've got some people that you think I really need to talk to and you could get in touch with them I'd love to hear about it so yeah And I guess on a final note Because I am starting all this up and I'm I'm trying to get this out there to as many people as I possibly can spreading some positivity in the world if you guys could subscribe to Youtube Subscribe on your podcasting streaming service. Whatever way you get it and give it a five star rating and if he didn't like it then you don't read it and you can go to listen to something else so yeah. Thank you also if you could follow on instagram like on facebook checking check on linked in if you want And I have a twitter but I don't necessarily use it much so you get a lot good content adamy there but all the other places. I'm I'm hoping to disseminate a lot. More value and information so please please spread it farm widened and again. Thank you for listening.

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"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

The Morey Health Podcast

13:09 min | 2 years ago

"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

"Consolidated in my mind that age care was probably not for me. Not that I don't like working with elderly people is just the the actual setting itself that was at I just didn't necessarily enjoy his do others and all. I want to be doing something that I really enjoy. And I'm really big on that. The third one was macarthur exercise physiology and that's rabbi blood. Luke skinny sort of runs his own shop and does his own thing and he taught me a fair. Bit about being your own person and making your own decisions in the industry and what sort of value that brings don't just to yourself your family. But also the people that you're trading in your community which is pretty pretty cool and then I met a very very inspirational lady called Marissa's box at new removes Liverpool. She is a modern day. Saint and She is wonderful person. Who looks after a big group of people across a few different thoughts for new removes and I can't praise her enough in her supervision and the hand that she played in my development as a as a health professional as an exercise physiologist So I guess all the supervises that I had across those four cracks Very thankful for Of course we got a lot more practical practical Working bit Phnom Dan that was just dedicated to a particular site. Other those four and I guess something that was quite unique to this degree. As a four year undergraduate degree other than the fact that you get to qualifications exercise science exercise physiology is the fact that. I got the opportunity to do. Research and that research in an academic world is is very important And my must supervise injured. Teach he led out team on doing really big study which involved taking a wait or base men and putting them in through training cycle of high-intensity interval training or butter intensity continuous training on a bark. And seeing what benefits they had in terms of your body composition your cardiovascular health your pain pressure threshold and even you'll booed and so when I was doing that I learned some very very good skills in how to Decca scan machine. The Oh to Max out. Testing arterial stiffness and pain pressure Thresholds so I guess for those that donor. A decks machine is the gold standard on measuring your body composition Apart from underwater weighing which is very tedious so Would you want to look at bone density and also you want to look at fatter muscle ratio and where that that distribution is around the body out? Highly recommend people going to get a decks machine at Dick's askance sorry Digits the information that you get his invaluable and there's a big difference between the commercial bio appearance decks that you get at your local teams and the actual scan where you lay down in a bed and the Scana goes over the top of you a bit like an x ray machine taking lots of photos throughout the Ten minutes that it takes to actually do the scan highly highly valuable information for your health if you want to track that across the long term and that's not just full A chronic population. That's also for a healthy population And even more so for a high performance athletic population and then via two Max testing which is essentially how fit you are how will oxygen is utilized in your body. We did this on a on. A bike using a metabolic cot where we measure the oxygen going in and the carbon going out and we can work out a few things from that which is pretty. Cool stiffness. Used A doppler machine to pulse wave velocity Which is essentially utters businesses. How much blocked build up. Do you have in your neck? And how stiffy the walls of your blood vessels so the the stifled have got a lot of plock. That's that's a bit of a concern in in most people's books in terms of being a high risk of cardiovascular accident types of a heart attack. Something like that anyway. So I go through. I and that was quite fantastic. A really appreciate my time at Eunice W and I came out of that and I still want it to be if easier so Not Saying that I had to do physiotherapy. Could very well and truly stop there and just gone on to do exercise physiology There is plenty in the field that needs to get done there and I feel like I have plenty of skills from from that course that I can go out and do a wonderful job but I wasn't going to settle on that because I really wanted to at that time had made my mind up that I wanted to operate with both skills. Because doing that you get. Yeah you get a Medicare number four physiotherapy but you get one for exercise physiology and I guess that's not the point but what I'm trying to say is that they held in such high esteem by the New South Wales Industry and government in that They both reputable in their own accord so they both have their place in society. And I guess the more I learn about physiotherapy and the longer I spent as an exercise physiologist the the more I believe that to be true. And I guess a people don't Dino when an exercise physiologist is Similar to a physiotherapist in in that way. More active based therapy So physiotherapists tend to be a little bit more hands on and They do some manual therapy treatments. That exercise physiologist wouldn't and do more acute care so the short term care Once you get a condition they they do the first six to twelve weeks depending on what it is even in a hospital whatnot. They're usually you'd see them first. And then a long term care long term management. You see an exercise physiologist Where they do total lifestyle. Behavior Change programs depending on what you need end. I feel like anyone in the population not necessarily just a disease population but also those that are incredibly healthy and even doing high performance sport the they everyone could benefit from seeing an exercise physiologist and if the therapist so anyway I got the options of Where I wanted to go for physiotherapy managed to get some pretty good box will also onto graduate degree which is quite good and very excited and happy for that very grateful that I had a good bunch of people getting me through my degree at the time And I guess I was helping them getting through as well but Was very good community and Yelich. Oh saying I got the opportunities of Pique which university is GonNa go to for physiotherapy. I could have chosen. Sydney Uni Macquarie or ups at the time. The three that were available in Sydney. Because I wasn't willing to necessarily move to Queensland Autobahn or even overseas to do my studies The next one that was closest was Dan camera and I did. A lot of research in terms of interviewing different people at different universities more value. They had and I came up with my own take on things where I put Macquarie University I with their doctor of physiotherapy program. It's a three degree compared to the usual two master's degree which is offered at both Sydney at it. Yes and in doing that You yes you get the doctor of rather than a master's but essentially Tony as a Master's program to actually be considered a proper doctor. You have to go into PhD Despite the fact that you could use the doctor Tato which is quite controversial. And there's a little people that debate those facts but I'M GONNA get into semantics and I guess if you get asked me what I'm gonNA use when I graduate. I'm going to tell you that I'm a rubber. Maury doctoroff is therapy so just the degree that I did. An exercise physiologist. Yes so My rankings was mcquarry than Utsa than CD and just for a number of different varied reasons which I can get to Go through at some other time I. Yeah so if if anyone's really interested in that and wanting to get into the physiotherapy industry or knows of a kid that's thinking about getting into sports and fitness and physiotherapy. What Avenue would necessarily work for them? And what options that. They should look at things that they should consider when looking for a university degree. Please feel free to put them in my direction. I'll try and help as best as possible. So anyway Doing that I found that getting into this mkhori degree one hundred percent complimented everything that I did at you and W and I thought it was fantastic. It just extended my knowledge and my skills and and consolidated a lot of the things that was already doing. I guess Some of the practices. That have already gone through and done was Braeside Rehab Hospital Physio Inc Withrow Park and Macquarie University Hospital so Particularly I I really enjoyed my time when I was at Zero Inc and at the hospital with Physio with Stephen over overt with Park and and he's a really good luck and he really cares about the product that he's producing and the patients that he has been I guess when I talk about the next person My supervisor that was Macquarie University Hospital. This person is I would say one of the most underrated undervalued People within the industry. Sally Raymond was my supervisor ever Macquarie University Hospital then she such an uplifting intelligent individual who sells us offshore in in many ways in she such a fantastic person in so many ways and I couldn't sing her praises more highly. She taught me so many things and Really pushed me to my limits and in my knowledge I I guess as a practitioner and she helped instil the standards that I I wish to maintain throughout my career and I actually seeked out for her to be mental for me as a physiotherapist and we keep in touch from time to time now gone in terms of what what I'm thinking in my career in and what's going on in the world of physiotherapy and then just in life in general which is which is always great. She's a great person that down very thankful that I got the opportunity to work with her. Just by pure luck. It wasn't one of my preferences and A very fortunate that I that I got. Yeah Anyway At the same time that I I finished my degree I went on and came back taught at Eunice W as casual teacher doing some classes here and there and I thoroughly thoroughly enjoyed my teaching career aspects and I I found that very valuable. I would've looked at it and I feel like I want to be doing this for a long time. So I I wish to keep my connections with UNICEF W and go back and teach more more and learn about becoming a better teacher as well in the future and also managed to do. Some work with a wonderful group called me as health. Run by Me A CASE IN A. She's a great person who runs her mobile exercise physiology clinic out of Rudra and the eastern suburbs there and she is extremely passionate about what she does and I guess I see her as a mentor in the exercise physiology world and She's doing some fantastic things. I can't toot her horn anymore than Than that and I guess also been very fortunate to do. Some work with some chronic back pain..

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"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

The Morey Health Podcast

12:40 min | 2 years ago

"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

"Learn. Time Management People Management. Owning your mistakes. Probably the biggest lesson I've learned throughout refereeing is. Is that when you make mistakes and you you make the regular and you make them often in your own up to them and you actually own your mistakes. Then you're GONNA learn grow faster than most people because most people trying to hide behind the mistakes and deny that they even exist but those people are just delaying the inevitable. And if you own your mistakes early you can actually start to grow real real fast and and it's quite an amazing experience when you can see where you were ten years ago and where you are now and How much of an experience that is? I think it's quite quite special saying that. Develop a no no just a referee but as a person and it hasn't happened to me Just made it happens in. Everyone takes it out so I urge anyone to give it a crack if they get the opportunity. Josue series of paperwork and Fitness training and I guess that helps you to develop your discipline. Not just Free skills but you know things that you you do when you enter the workforce and so I'm getting paid very little pocket money it's The puck money. It's definitely a love job at the taunt Just paying for the petrol that gets you to and from the field But yeah that's exactly what it was a love rose doing Of stuck with it in a very happy that I have very very happy I made that decision way back when I guess doing that Was already playing tag at the time at a started. Refereeing that real young. That started refereeing tag before a started rugby league by few months but still and still referee owes tagged to this day Thoroughly enjoy playing riffing. That game is a diversion rugby league which I I very much value also dabbled in touch football. A little bit It was sort of implied to me that you could and a little bit more Develop skills little bit faster dealing with men instantly by doing a touch footy tag referring in the adult social comps local community staff and There was some absolute rubbish football and there was have salute wonderful football. So you get the best of both worlds really. It's quite special. We out there and I guess when when you're in sixteen and you're going through that it's quite good to build on that experience because in rugby league. When I was ref well at that time refereeing. You can only referee up to two age groups below your own agent to irritate so What else sixteen Nozomi refereeing fourteen year olds? But during the Waco's refereeing men In Touch Foodie and he knows tag now wasn't the same as Rugby League and obviously doesn't get as intense but it still gives you the skills to talk to adults and manage them at such a young age and I guess what it involves the on week to week basis is once you do you course. Is you start attending your local associations training Montana Tuesday not a paramedic erase and We try and his group where you start off doing some fitness together generally for forty minutes and then you split up into senior groups in June groups in the junior groups they get taken aside to learn the fundamentals and the basics of refereeing and really focus on those skills while the Odor Messina referees. Who've been around for a little bit longer they go out and developer a more complex goose it and trying to develop the game Even those that have been around for a long time still have things that they can improve on and I think any referee would tell you that they've always got somebody that can work on so even the guys that are in the NFL these days Something that really stood out for me when I was a young fellow. The inaugural referees had a had a program code. Nro for a day. And I got to go in when I was fifteen years old and actually try my hand at what it took to be an Arrow ref so I was there at spat in the morning and I thing was a gym session. That went for about ninety minutes and got absolutely flogged then. We went into to our video session where we watched a game from the weekend From from two of the blocks and he got picked apart by the head coach and it was. It was quite grueling. Talk the head. Coach was Bill Harrigan of a lot of time and respect for that man He's one of the biggest names in in a row refereeing If not the biggest and what most people aspire to be like I guess when you when you dial deep into the refereeing world With his record It just Fossa pases most If not all and so yeah. He was running the program at the time and he put me through my paces and challenged me to be my best and I guess left me with Sim. Some words SUV Encouragement and to remain disciplined. And I took that on board and I really Applied Myself at the time and to become a much better referee and in doing so become a much better person. I think But in in terms of rugby league I guess it helped me connect oddly to my school principal at the time who was a former in a referee who I did not even realize into a few months down the track after actually asked him to go to my first all schools competition which meant a few days of school. Which was you. Beauty have goods that taking three days of school to go referee some footage the yet. I'll do that. Thank you. And the reason he approved is because he was in a row referee and he knows what that has given him over these. That was quite fantastic and it ended up being that up rolling back from the wood books a little bit and and now he's back coaching local perimeter referees. I'm building them up. He he's the man That will go above and beyond what he needs to do. Make sure that these young kids that are coming through Ah Getting the coaching in the nurturing that they really need to develop Again not just as referees but as as good people and so I see a impact is The mental through through life. A little bit for me He's coached me more than anyone else. Aloma pathway through rugby league referring and I can't thank him enough everything that he's done for me so yet thanks. Bonner. I guess. At that time I was trying to do every possible to get out of school and Yeah that's what I was doing all those different sports but at the same time. I really liked clause and locked medication. Surrogacy you could. Class is an athletic nerd. And I guess that really fits trying to get into physiotherapy. I didn't realize it at the time but a Dunia that was con- amid after this way Yes sounds strange. But it's the truth and I I guess one of the biggest things that I've got out of refereeing is the friendships that you make along the way and obviously the experiences but the friendships Life lifelong life long lasting. And I guess I mentioned someone coach Jason Dearly before and The reason I mentioned him is that he was also a physiotherapist. At the time. Who went to Eunice W and did exercise physiology and took a lot of mentoring advice from him on on how to navigate university and refereeing and I guess being a man and growing up in today's society and So scenario Jason's physiotherapist Downing Camera. So anyone Dan in camera as a physio not highly recommend Jason. Deora go go heating. And then yeah at refereeing. Those age groups Are started when you had the locks of Ziggy and Casey Badger. The big new Danske Privlaka absolutely Bush's name. But yeah he knows. I love him in a long time behind my last him to be a mentor for me directly through refereeing and He gives all the time he possibly can for me. And I can't thank him enough forward as well and you Casey Casey Badger is. That was there when I first started refereeing and now both those people are in the NRO refereeing and it's fantastic to see that People that were at the same stage where I was have gotten to where I wanna be so I know. It's definitely doable. Impossible with enough hard work and I guess being in the right place at the right time has to come into it but it's dedication and know being on ask so yeah being consistent with that and going to Uni said a great education from you and his W University of New South Wales. I couldn't recommend at Mohali. I think it's the best program on Inustry lean terms of exercise physiology and yes. I am very biased. Because I was a part of a group select group that helped tailor the program into what it is today. sitting down with the `support. Exercise Sport Science Australia and we knuckled down in decided what was necessary in the Colson. What was not an and really tailor. Made this course for What the future of Australian AIDS and that is very skilled health professionals and to be honest with very Lacking in this area Not just nationally but internationally and we there's a little river growth and we actually need a lot more practitioners than a carly out there but Unfortunately resources are limited and so we have to resort to public health programs instead In in terms of things like the obesity epidemic and pandemic. I guess you could call it and what to do with those sorts of things anyway. So they provided me the opportunity To some really useful. Prac- practical experience. And I was I over at Eunice. W Loft style clinic and was supervised by a gentleman. Chris who's hit the LOBSTER CLINIC? Eunice W and essentially provides a reasonably cheap program for people with chronic health conditions to to come in receive some first class Practice where the forty students actually take most of the sessions With regular checks by accredited exercise physiologists. They ran a really good strength clinic. Program there a a few others Starting up now and they're going to be growing with some new construction which is happening over at. And W and the Prince of Wales Ospital in the connection that they have their I think it's very strong in what they're doing. There is very exciting. Times also did Some time at L. Eighty of consolation age care which is one out in western Sydney. And although I enjoyed my time they I guess it.

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"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

The Morey Health Podcast

15:49 min | 2 years ago

"morey" Discussed on The Morey Health Podcast

"Podcast I am Maury your your host and the very first broadcast here today is going to be just may speaking no guests nothing else and essentially going to give you a bit of a rundown on this podcast is about Why I'm doing it What this episode is going to be about in terms of my story and take you guys through that so you guys get a better understanding of of WHO. I am a person and where I'm coming from and I guess you guys can gauge my experiences through life as a young twenty four year old Australian guy. So what is this pilot focused. And what am I doing? And why why do okay? So the PODCAST. I guess is something that I've been thinking about for a while. Back getting started and I'm a exercise physiologist by trade Meaning I treat people with chronic disease conditions and all sorts with exercise as medicine and do total glove stall behavior. Change Programs Because of that and I'm currently physiotherapy student with the ambition to open up my own multidisciplinary clinic in the future. And I guess I'd like to share my experiences along the way Share the experiences of others trying to get on different health professionals Talking about different conditions. And how they can best be treated. I also have a keen interest in rugby league as you can see behind me and I Guess Sport in general and so I'll be more than happy to take on and bring on some people in the regulated community and get their gauge on what regulates about an an how people can get the most out of sport around the world and sort of what they get out of it themselves. I'll I'll tell you a little bit about that myself today and I guess long-term going forward. I just hope I can provide value to anyone that wants to listen. So if you want me to ever discuss a particular topic and bring on certain people. Please let me know. said that through and I'll do my best to make it happen. Okay so I guess a little bit more about why. I'm doing this and why it's called the more health podcast. More health is what I hope. The End Product is As a business for the multi disciplinary CLINICA. I wish to grow in the future and I guess aspiring entrepreneur Some someone of of a dreamer and This is part of the dream and is the first steps. I'm taking to make it all happen. I K so I feel like I can provide value by talking in discussing about different topics in in health in and around the world. In general I guess but also in health fitness and performance looking at different conditions looking at how to optimize particular sporting endeavour As they seem to be passionate morning absolutely loved the area in the industry. And I'll tell you why and how I got into so yes. Essentially this desert is going to be my story and my experiences so don't expect it to be just me in the future in the future. I plan to have some guests on and The discussing their interesting lives and and see if we can both learn something along the way. I guess the beginning if we take it back to two way back when his little kid My parents are from New Zealand. Oz raised born and raised in Australia. And I guess if I didn't grow up supporting the all blacks I wouldn't have a house to live in and They're pretty easy team to support when this is dominant in what they do around the world and is such a fine class act but unfortunately where I grew up in in western Sydney South Western Sydney. Rugby Union was Not very will advertise guest in the area and wasn't in abundance molecule famous behalf narrow way and I didn't even know they existed until I was about fourteen years of age so I grew up playing regular league It was all the rugby league or soccer. I guess in my area And my parents They they were too fond on soccer in. She met my my best mate in kindergarten a very first year of school. His Dad was the local regulation coach. Mister Mister Cleo and Zack's dad and Yeah he he woke me. If okay open arms to come in come join the team and From the moment of started absolutely loved it. I guess I grew up with rugby league every weekend. Dan The local field hoping out Became a big part of my lawf- real quickly in Parma. A law throw quickly. Because she's my biggest supporter. I guess there at everything in Grownup in could have done it with and she was tame manager. She became the club treasurer. Maloka Lobban and She she really got into it and really helped me out. And of a very supporting loving mother in there and Very hard working dad which I guess I didn't really get to say much is a grew up and he didn't. He didn't visit many games but Mom was at all of them. So I feel very fortunate in that regards Yeah so I guess I. I went through and I played a sports. I played everything from regulate Gregory Union. Love Game Coz tag which is like Rugby League but with tags or flag football for for those of US abroad Play touch foodie. Dabbing mini Trotha. Kids one to Did the walk at a state. Carnival newsouth Stat Carnival which That was interesting It is a very very tough sport paper on demanded that I think the walk is easy because it is what we will do which is walking But when you do it as a competitive SPO- I have a newfound admiration for those people. I guess have gone through and done some state. Spending state cross country played Regional School school volleyball and That Bodine Softball and hockey and tennis at some point never really did cricket Osaka those wants but there's always time to learn and I guess I don't really have a real cane interest in it but I respect the athleticism that they require in their own fashion If I was to take up some new skills I think I'd like a little bit more about snow. Sports and snowboarding and skiing and Yeah get it. Get a better understanding of that But at the moment my plates pretty full in terms of sport in all the activities that I get get doing so yeah played Wrigley for eight years for the same team. New Coach took over when was on Very very soon after started and anyway I was very loyal to that club in that team in particular. Anyway when he got to the Jew between ages twelve and thirteen a whole lot of new boys had come to try and join the team and I got cut from the team that I grew up in loved and whatnot and That lift the really empty hulme. Houghton decided looking to give up so the only opportunity I had to play at clubs. Deal was to play up. A grade saw played upgrade. And before how very first game of the trial season? We'll doing some defensive practice. One of the big foods decided to really test me out. And Jay's did he because he my arm in a tackle winning in Came off second best in mom told me to go run under of water and she brought that four hours later was do crunches. Soko probably probably should take you down to the Emergency Department next rain. Sure enough in a cost that Naughton Go to got an Oscar for a few weeks for the kids at school to sign which was pretty fun But you know I wouldn't recommend necessarily going out and breaking bones just for hell of it. That's it's beyond painful. And it's a pretty shitty experience to be honest except for the fact that it introduced me to the world of physiotherapy and I had a pretty flawless experience without a really valued my therapist and what she was doing for me. At the time I came back and I I played four games afoot and Break my leg in a tackle It piece down a weekend. Or the feuds were completely saturated probably shouldn't have even been playing on those grounds and it was in the last five minutes of the game where we were on our law and defending and all's does this big blood coming over the top and I pulled him back on top of me and my second row jumped on top to finish the tackle and it ended up. Finishing million Brought my ankle in that tackle and went off. Again goes few x-rays an back to the physio thought had spent enough time there already but obviously not and it was time to go and meet my fight I think in and really get deep into the physio world and found that to be very enjoyable really enjoyed watching them practice and interacting with them. And what though doing all thought without doing was fantastic and I guess that inspired me to tailor. My school subjects that does doing to try and Be more tailored towards that field in terms of sport science and performance in health and biology so Actually did some work placement. The physio practice that I was getting traded at the time and that's something that they do here in Australia. The age of fifteen yet she get a few opportunities to go out and seek your own trial employment opportunities for a few days in a few days there at a time spent a week there although it was fantastic Obviously I didn't get to do much better. Go to supervise and see what the Dana Life of a physiotherapist was in fact a week and not just a physiotherapist but the owner of the physiotherapy practice and I thought yet do these do these for the rest of my life. It seemed like a dream job and still does to be honest. I couldn't think of anything better to do. Well could and that'd be referring our real bit Doing that jointly would be better. So Yeah I you a little Moscow subjects towards it Ended up doing business by pay for my Fanis School I guess if it was up to me I would have left in you. Ten and going straight into physiotherapy. But that's not. How things done vizier therapies? Already provided or run at universities and so to do that in Australia. You've gotTA finish your schooling education go through to retain and then get into uni off to that and unfortunately I didn't get those grades There were requiring the time which was the mark is arbitrary but at nine point nine five nine seven it was the highest ever was to get into therapy the finish school and I ended up in Exercise physiology at US W which was a blessing in discuss From that I guess I learnt a lot about healthy works In great detail from a cellular level all the way through to gross level What normal looks lacking and then what a whole bunch of different illnesses and conditions can do to the body and then how can they actually be treated ineffective long-term? Can we actually make an improvement or can we prevent them getting any worse? I guess As we're doing and we're providing some improved quality of life which is our main variable in most cases that it is quite a wonderful area industry and I I fell in love with it even further. I guess before going there Going a little bit in Moraga League would be more and what happened so yeah played up that year and he played seven came by philosophy rance. missed out on the finals. No chance and then Then this year had a tough decision to make to to change. Clubs was always looking to go and finish up at that club with a ten year service. But they've got the opportunity are four. Staten and moved on to another club Local in the area and that year I also started refereeing regulate now Boca means a refereeing. My mother actually forced my bra to get into it poor fellow. He was never very athletic and she thought it'd be a great way for him to start to get feet and make a little bit of pocket money on this odd as well and so he did that for the either always. Breaking Mom's Malek's is quite interesting time and I decided that odd soda could do a better job to be honest Three years younger and just a lot more forty experience thought I could outdo him and a bit of competition never went Unnoticed in your household and absolutely loved it. So yeah I jumped in and took the course Blanco Jason Indira. Who has ended up having a massive influence on my life. He took me through my very first referee coast and taught me the ropes as they say and he was actually there for my very first game of Rugby League. That are refereed. Yeah I've got a lot to to that to that man and I guess during regular leagues a fourteen year old still playing Came to the end of that first year. Really having to make a decision do I want to go on him? Continue to play or do I want to triumph issue a Corre- as an NRA. Oh referee and I decided that my opportunities with much greater and I thoroughly enjoyed Going out refereeing week in week out. So that's what I did and I thought it was fantastic and amazing and I couldn't recommend it more highly. The things that I've learned I guess throughout the Times is becoming a a referee As a fourteen road a young fella going through life like quickly became very mature. I am either.

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NBA championship odds: Lakers still lead pack despite quiet trade deadline; Clippers improve chances

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

09:51 min | 2 years ago

NBA championship odds: Lakers still lead pack despite quiet trade deadline; Clippers improve chances

"Did you make of the two teams? How do you feel about them currently? Wow Oh well I I I I stand by. I think the clippers have long time then the favorites. I think the way that the Lakers have played This season and how they've consistently consistently performed Dwight Howard has been a pleasant surprise. I think Kyle Kuzma with the injury to start off the season. He he hasn't really gun the things that they would like. These are very good contributor. But I think that the clippers with all the management and and Paul George Missing Time and some Injuries and you look at where they are there. Second Right now and for me. I think that the clippers are the best team right are they. Are the team that come at at the end of the day you're going to have to go through in order to try and win a championship. Even though the Lakers have the best record and it looks like the Lakers are GonNa have home court At at this point in time if it were to start today I still feel like you know the clippers. The team that you're GONNA have to be in order to win the whole thing Richard. How all surprising that? The rockets decided to go full monty. There Bison not only are we gonNA run small lineups. We won't even carry a gun on the roster who would allow us to run any sort of other type lineups. Well it's a at this point in time. If you look at Dantonio you look at Dell Maury winter. We've we've had they not gone all in on whatever they believe right. What do they have to lose? They've been criticized up and down and make pulled off some pretty impressive trade getting in Chris. Paul getting in Russell Westbrook. They've done some really really good things to pair With with James Harden James Harden continuingly improved his offense of game. But it's like I'm not surprised anymore. It's like they look at their team. And they're like the way we're structured right now. We're probably up for a first or second round loss What can we do to really shocked at? How can we try and change things up? And they made them moved. ooh They believed that adding Covington and giving up Cappella and they just WanNa go all small ball kind of like what you would see from the Golden State Warriors for for a time So I'm not surprised by it. I think that you know everyone out. There is fighting for their job. I think Daryl Morey I think I think You look at Dan Tony think these guys are low key fighting for their jobs so if they know that first or second round loss possibly could be the end to their tenure. So why not try and go all whatever you believe. Richard Jefferson hanging out with this year. Makes you check them out today. Five o'clock Indiana Toronto. ESPN mean is also in studio with us as well by the way. You're listening to Los Angeles. So Richard Let me ask you this about what Brian said yesterday specifically in regards to that game like he he kind of talked about their lack of focus on defense. Where do you think the Lakers can get better on defense? Can they do it. Internally you have again you have some talented players and I. I always proceed very cautiously when you have a game like that and everyone wants to run and talk about it and break it down like look Russell. Westbrook had a great great game. Houston shot the ball extremely well if you send shot the ball like that against anybody on any given night. They're going to win that game Even Dan Tony said in his interview. He's like hey I understand what we're doing is different It all has to do with whether or not these guys will buy in and tonight was a big step that they would have gone out and got him blasted in a D had forty five right an twenty six against them. Everybody in that Houston Rocket Locker. Room would be questioning. What's what's going on? They would be getting murdered by the media. It would be going crazy but they were fortunate to get that win in La which very hard place to play and now. Everyone's questioning the Lakers. Well look I believe this. I believe that the Lakers are great regular season team. I think that last night they should've stayed with the White Howard. You can't Anthony Davis if there's a difference between being like having your numbers be dominant and actually being dominant and physically dominant. Anthony Davis just. Wasn't that Anthony. Davis Davis is not an again. I hate to talk about. What player isn't because he is a million great in every anybody would want them on their team but he's not a guy that just going to low post blocks doc band you up and then go and shoot a five-foot Hook shot and don't because he worked position that's why he runs the floor so well so he can get that early early post up in a great position and it's harder to guard but in the postseason when it becomes half court basketball? That's what the Houston Rockets are depending on when it becomes a half half halfcourt basketball game and they can spread it out and just have Russell James go to work and kick it out to more shooters so everyone had their theory. It's just a matter of WHO's going to be able to impose their will Richard One of the things that That's happening for the Lakers. This year is that when Lebron plays the offense is is tremendous right there. They're one of the best offensive teams out there. But when he doesn't play when he's not on the floor I should say that offense becomes very anemic even when Anthony Davis was an. MVP candidate in his own right is on the floor. And it reminded me of the years in In Cleveland the three years that Love Irving and and Lebron were together. When Lebron didn't play that team wasn't just not a great team not wasn't just a below five hundred they were awful and given that you've been on the inside you've been on a Lebron James Team? Can you explain to me how that is. How talented players? Once you remove this one guy turned into a bad basketball team. I think it's it's style of play. It's continuity I think that's something that it's it's weird because Lebron James is always you typically been healthy. She's always played in seventy five or more games except for last year due to the groin injury. So it's like this is the guy that each up eighty ninety percent of like court time. So you're what what you're really referencing is like non-core time and even then comes the postseason. This is a man that's going to go from playing thirty seven minutes a night thirty eight. He's going to go up to like forty three forty four minutes a night. 'cause there's no bags and there's no practices for most of his energies just using games. So what you're really talking about is how do you play Good Basketball for eight to ten minutes in it for twelve minutes and that can be tough to find that continuity. It's tough because it's such a small sample size right and yes it's a small. It's a large sample size is when you look at how often it happens. But it's very very difficult for coaches to be like how we're GONNA play for this ten to twelve minutes when the broncos out of the game because when he's in the game everything's everything's perfect. Everything's runs great room and I think that's the challenge. The coaches have a lot of people are talking about Darren. Collison coming in and then interrogating him bats. That's the challenge and it's and it's been a long time. The bron James Challenge is how do we play that 'cause they had with Kyrie Kyrie is a great score but it's like when Bronco go out of the game game that was an opportunity for Kyrie to really explore and really play his game and get his rhythm will Kyrie's rhythm might not necessarily be the rhythm for the the other guys on the court and I thought knock on Kyrie. If just like broad had the ball handed Kyrie was basically a two guard. Then Kai Bronco Ga.. The game in Cairo would become the point guard. But this was an opportunity to get going scoring and maybe throw the ball into Kevin Love. which when you had the surrounding guys there wasn't an offense? There wasn't a continuity beauty for us to play through so there's good still Lebron and there's challenges to Lebron. I wouldn't even call that bad but I think this final stretch is going to be key but understand. He's going to play more minutes in the postseason. So you can't really say like hey we need to figure out what we're GONNA do when he's out of the game because that's just realistically he's going to be in the game Ormeau. Richard Jefferson with this year on the Sodano show on ESPN. This actually leads perfectly into my next question. This is good chemistry right here. These three guys. So Rondo they have Rondo. Problem is a net negative player. He's been that for seven seasons now but to a means point it falls off a cliff. He's usually usually the guy that has to lead that second unit. I don't think they can afford to play him anymore. To be honest with you what do you do if you do agree with me. What do you do with Ronda how do you how do you manage? Rondo at this point Well I I think there's there's two components there's an on the court and then there's a locker room right. There's a locker component and it's like a like say what you want about Rondo. He's a very dynamic guy on and off the court so you WanNa make sure that Rondo understands what your is your team goals are. I think Rondo is in a very different space. And he was years and years ago whether it was in Dallas when I played with them or leaving Boston I think Rondos one of those guys that in this moment right here they need to find. I I think that's Darren Collison being. It's so big the need to find one more guy that can compliment that second unit And so yes do but you gotta look at what can you do. He's a net negative guy adding Rondo very very rare. But no one really questions Kenney still play is he's still a contributor when you're just looking at the second unit and when I tell you that the six years prior that's one thing this year I I mentioned it early.

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Rockets GM Daryl Morey happy with roster after trade: 'We feel very comfortable we can beat the Lakers'

After Hours With Amy Lawrence

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Rockets GM Daryl Morey happy with roster after trade: 'We feel very comfortable we can beat the Lakers'

"On seventeen of twenty eight shooting so in Kobe's house he would have done Kobe proud with the twenty eight shots I end up with eight rebounds five assists and his forty one spark the rockets over the Lakers and then you also hear Robert Covington his first came with the rockets since he got traded there thirty minutes off the bench he could to reach fourteen point the only guy who is in double figures off the bench for the

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Soccer Broadcast Pulled After Arsenal Star Mesut Özil Criticized China

WBZ Afternoon News

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Soccer Broadcast Pulled After Arsenal Star Mesut Özil Criticized China

"Well first the NBA face to China's Ralph now it's the premier league soccer here's why if you criticize China publicly you might see your games pulled off of Chinese television the British clubs arsenal and Manchester city have global followings but the state broadcaster CCTV has pulled Sunday's arsenal Manchester city match from Chinese TV after arsenal midfielder Mesut Odsal a German of Turkish origin criticized China's crackdown on Muslim minorities in October the NBA faced a similar backlash after Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey tweeted support for anti government protesters in

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Theory Founder Andrew Rosen on Fashion's Past and Future

The Business of Fashion Podcast

34:44 min | 2 years ago

Theory Founder Andrew Rosen on Fashion's Past and Future

"In Sherman sits down with Andrew Rosen a legendary executive from the New York garment sorry and now he's reached a new stage in his career he's investing in companies Andrew to take stock. Here's Andrew Rosen inside fashion when you were growing up where did you grow up how much outside of Boston Massachusetts in in a real sort of country town no and I I suppose that I didn't really know I was going to my exposure to clothing always when he came home and and you know I would get exposed to it in that way or sometimes he'd bring back I remember exposed to it sort of on the periphery from time to time my dad had a factory in I was doing sorta kids stuff and I was really into golf and I was a so at some point your dad moved his factory to New York or to work after World War Two from my grandfather he like co Tuesday Wednesday comeback Thursday so my dad was when I was growing up did that have to do with factories and being able can you know six early sixties fifties sixties seventies it's just the way it was we my dad's company was addressed company it wasn't until the mid to late seventies that company started to with my dad maybe in the in the late sixties way the business was in those days but you know like everything else new at some point your dad's started manufacturing genes for Calvin Klein Right Calvin Klein jeans business and he within three years he was doing Toriola and and was was really sort of the consummate and he also at that time had done a deal with Diane von Furstenberg to die in Verse Berg Dresses so back in the you know I was very young and Diane was you say that the business that he was doing before there was no future to that and you know it was just the risk reward wasn't to to do that in a big way and he did that with Calvin Klein with it's worth business with Calvin Klein jeans and he made more money with and the opportunity was was so much bigger and you know he quickly I I started working what what made you decide to go did you go to college I really that's sort of what I was into and what happened is and he said I'd be more than happy to speak to can I was nineteen years old and I went in my dad started it was very unusual and spent take about two years this from from the beginning and really under getting a perspective showroom and started selling Calvin Klein jeans in the in the showroom in New York and I sort of had a I guess maybe I had an affinity for it and a year after that my dad got the license to do the men's Calvin Klein jeans and in in one thousand nine hundred seventy seventy eight and was an amazing innovator and we ah pop culture moment because that's really one fashion in the in America especially became a whole new generation of American fashion and designers becoming I think the really the beginning of what was ultimately to come here sadder and I was able to experiment with a lot of things in my mind eight learning experience for me and and and understand asked to weigh in nineteen eighty three and that I was nowhere near ready but in the moment I was just something that that was what I had to do so I had to be ready for it you well I think that there were some things I did really well and some things I didn't do so well and and have a vision and lead people and and Do all the kinds dad but in another way I had to do things the way I was comfortable with not the way my it did it or I felt like I could make my Ogle with that I was lucky with my dad that he and I never had that kind of sort of learning a lot on my own but you know I I as I your dad passed away in and it sounds like he was kind of Ah the first person that would come to mind would be Berry Schwartz but I don't know what kind of relationship I spent some nice time together and have a lot of fun remers about my Dad Barry although he and I had a nice relationship it wasn't the kind of to have that relationship but actually my dad had a his his me and a and a and a great friend and a lot of ways replaced Like I didn't have that kind of I was lucky that I had myles there to be that kind of so theory is is still we're talking like no what nineteen eighty through any right well Barry Schwartz and Calvin Klein it was it was a public company in Barry I ended up staying and working for them and actually was in the same building and I just moved to was down but Alvin things I learned from barrier I think both of them are are great over the years I think that my philosophies were shaped by a number of people I learned so much from from different people over the years what made I stayed was I felt like I wanted to want to walk away from that and when I when the four years later I had proved my worth and What I needed to accomplish and was ready to move on but I I and I think I made the right decision and staying and I think it was it was it was very good post on a Karen Frank Morey and Tommy Line and it was again a great experience for me to a- An- and he and I worked very closely together I think that you we've parted ways that was in one thousand nine hundred ninety six so I was there for your idea for theory what what did you want to do with it you essentially forty years old I was forty years old when I started my company and I companies all my life I had I wanted to be able to do things it was about the quality and integrity of of the clothing we make made in how we did business on and the idea of clothing having more versatility it was wherever they were and so I I wanted to create a company where at that time I was I was doing some work with Ellie Tahari and Elie Tahari voted on Ellie was very excited about the fabric showed it to me I said you know I never expect it would turn into the kind of company it did but it was a bull wearing stretchy fabric like that I remember growing up that order was the comfort and the wearability immediately adopted you know the whole idea the city and so a basic shirt or a basic pair of pants it became very different when you use fabric with Lycra and we were doing was really really sort of changed the way you know national and you could take just a simple pair of sharing and and sourcing fabrics like with that was the thing we were going to own as a company hearted making clothes and and and people started putting them on thank from beginning that it would be a work where thing that it would be you know suiting office was going to become a place that was wherever you were it wasn't so I want I really sort of zeroed into that I can feel that was as I say more sophisticated and and but this idea of contemporary and that price point a very you know my experience in the early days was in the gene business at Calvin Klein and a and melded the two together and came up with a very fresh new as I didn't want to sell the bridge department because if we sold the bridge department or were part and it was a very small department at that time and it was made up of a lot of random companies I guess in a way I was fortunate that it worked out but I and so I think that you know we we didn't want to become ears right I sold the company in in seven it was best for me it was best for Ellie to be able to aw I wanted to be free to do other things I didn't want to just to to to to to be able to diversify and by divers way basically I just wanted to diversify finances assessment that I was only going to be there for one year it lasted a lot stuck and and doing one thing for the rest of my life why why did you stick around people fast retailing was was a incredible the I enjoyed the people I was working for and there was no reason to make and were mentors to these designers and work is what you make it and I maybe I had a with the people inside our company and with the people that I invested in that and where we were going and were very passionate about accomplishing being proud of the work that you did in the way you did it on was was yes in a way it gave me a perspective on what was new and what was up and coming any companies I invested in did I try to impress ah views were and what their the culture they want to create and as many of the other companies are I I enjoyed a and still enjoy today did you ask him for money how did you choose who to invest in what it what is the thing in this industry not as a as a as a passive player as uh-huh sale to you know every aspect of the business I have an understanding I have an understanding of where it can fit in the market they have the integrity and the ability to be able to make that work I'm just a sort of a mentor or I had my own job I never was looking for to the inspired and creative the work that I was doing there and to mind back in the day so well in the twenty years that you have had a major of about what has changed in the industry but what what are the fundamental things that you think I started in the mid nineteen seventies so things have and just technology in general I mean technology is totally changed the way we live our lives it has so changed the world that you know one has to think to change but it's you know it's it's something that Oh you know when you think about the ability to it's pretty incredible and that's a fundamentally different thing

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The NBA Getting Backlash From Both Hong Kong And China For comments made

Morning Edition

03:34 min | 2 years ago

The NBA Getting Backlash From Both Hong Kong And China For comments made

"Morning the pro basketball league suffered consequences from China when a team executive wrote down his opinion about Hong Kong in a tweet now the NBA faces criticism from Hong Kong protestors supporting democracy there have noticed the back peddling statements from NBA stars like lebron James yes we all do have freedom of speech but at times there are ramifications for the negative that can happen we are not thinking about others in only on your think much yourself so many people could have been harmed not only financially but physically emotionally spiritually so just be careful we which we that's lebron James sometime ago Jordan Ritter Conn rights for the online journal the rigor and is just back from Hong Kong good morning how much did people follow this story in Hong Kong very closely Hong Kong is like mainland China a place that is in the NBA that follows the NBA but right now in particular people who are involved in the protest movement of following any bit of international news that has anything to do with their movement and so they were following everything from mores initial tweet to all of the aftermath extremely close when people really put in particular latched on to well the Brian James that as the week most famous player as the best player over the last decade he is he is the person who who everyone there has had some name recognition for and as soon as he waited and there was on one hand people extremely disappointed and frustrated and saying they like everyone in the NBA except for lebron James and burning his Jersey and on the other hand people who just don't really excited that dismissed the people were talking about their calls this the people talk about what's going on there okay burning the Jersey active protest but of course China when China was unhappy with Daryl Morey of the Houston Rockets for his tweet they were able to impose a pretty substantial financial penalties on the NBA by interrupting the NBA's business in China has Hong Kong found anyway besides burning jerseys to put pressure on the NBA on their side no no they they're not it does but I mean it's it's a city of seven million in in a country of one point four billion thirty key economic interest for the for the NBA's test just paled in comparison and so it really at this point all they are trying to do is it's talk about it and and continue talking about it and and make sure that their their voices are heard and and be done so by protesting at NBA games here here in the states and in Canada and Toronto people showing up two games wearing shirts that say stand with Hong Kong and in finding finding any way to to kind of get their message out for for white there why they're protesting and and why why why these comments are are hurtful to them into their calls but but aside from that in in terms of kind of throwing around any sort of economic weight paling in comparison to Hong Kong the consumer market you know I'm thinking about the fact that when I moved around China I've seen lots of people playing basketball basketball courts I know that American flags have sometimes been waved at these Hong Kong protests did it what what kind of attitude to people take for this American sport into they feel it is in some way on their side and part of their because even if even if the NBA wasn't as strong as they would like it to be your date they love the sport there are there are courts we can play basketball all over the city home and people are still very invested in basketball itself and and have been pleased with some of what they've seen out of the out of the NBA Shaquille o'neal came out very much supporting them and and they saw

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Shaq backs Rockets' Morey in Hong Kong protest controversy

KDWN Programming

01:21 min | 2 years ago

Shaq backs Rockets' Morey in Hong Kong protest controversy

"Course the controversy with China still swirling NBA hall of Famer Shaquille o'neal and former Houston Rockets guard Kenny Smith are defending rockets general manager Daryl Morey whose tweet about supporting protesters in Hong Kong set off a massive international controversy and criticism of the NBA for caving to pressure from China originally as Jack and Kenny defended Maury during Tuesday night's NBA pre game on TNT we are the American people we do a lot of business in China and they know and understand our values and we understand the value of one of our best values in America is free speech just say what we want to speak up about injustices they have to deal with you know just what was on fortune from the local party to the will speak at whatever level of the talking the more it was right one of Houston's on the wall going on anywhere in the world you should have the right to say does not right now as we did but again you know when it comes to business sometimes you have to tiptoe around again they understand I'll buy you realize that I was here we have the right to express with the social media will say whatever you want to say when we want to say realize that and I'll get into where

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