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How Good Is the 2021 Draft?

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

01:09 min | 14 hrs ago

How Good Is the 2021 Draft?

"This is the week of the draft and baby. Just take us through you. You've been working in front offices for a long time. I think there's this sort of expectation may be among fans that this is all said and done for nba teams right by now. They know exactly who. They're going to take their draft. Their draft board is all all finalized. It sort of just sit back. And maybe explore trades. And what have you. What does it look like the week of the draft for most of these nba teams. Yeah so by this point. The draft board is usually done. A lot of teams probably had a big old meeting this week where they were. They finalized their draft board. The thing is though that there's always last minute information comes up that modifies things Players are still working out for teams for one Then you have situations where you're still getting information may be on the physical end for some of these guys and so that can change things so really right up until draft day. That board still is seeing motion. I and it may not be a lot of motion. But it's still definitely happening.

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Cleveland Cavaliers Extend Qualifying Offer to Jarrett Allen

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

00:24 sec | 2 d ago

Cleveland Cavaliers Extend Qualifying Offer to Jarrett Allen

"France one NBA No Cleveland Cavaliers extending a qualifying offer to center Jared Allen Friday move making Alan restricted free agency. Free agency underway in the next couple of weeks. Allen was acquired from the Brooklyn Nets last January. Part of the deal that also sent James Harden from Houston to Brooklyn Cavaliers now can match any offer by any other NBA team. With Allen

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Raptors, Magic Make Offers to Cavaliers For No. 3 Pick in Draft

NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

00:39 sec | 3 d ago

Raptors, Magic Make Offers to Cavaliers For No. 3 Pick in Draft

"Orlando Magic in Toronto. Raptors to both made offers to the Cleveland Cavaliers for the third pick, or a Thursday, the 4th pick. And then some interesting players, the magic have the 5th and 8th pick and again, some interesting players that they could throw in a trade. So that's kind of kind of something to watch their that song. There's where you gotta pay an exorbitant price cuz you're only moving up a couple spots but that to me says that they have their eyes on, you know, somebody falls out of mobile er Suggs or green off. So they they there's probably somebody specific there. My guess is what we would ultimately see there is that would be a targeted move

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Los Angeles Lakers Extend Qualifying Offer to Guard Talen Horton-Tucker

Mason & Ireland

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

Los Angeles Lakers Extend Qualifying Offer to Guard Talen Horton-Tucker

"Horton hacker was given a qualifying offer by the lakers. Yes and he's now a restricted free agent. Let me put some lakers fans. Minds at ease taylor norton checker that means. He's not going anywhere unless the lakers want him to correct in other words any offer that he gets. And you're going to be reading in the next few days about how he can get a poison pill offer. That's very backloaded. And you're gonna be reading about this but the bottom line is the thing to remember is the lakers have to match any offer if they want to so he will not be on another team next year unless the lakers want him to walk away. The lakers the option to sign him to match. Any offer gets on the

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Maria Taylor Leaves ESPN After Failing to Reach Contract Extension

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 d ago

Maria Taylor Leaves ESPN After Failing to Reach Contract Extension

"A change in the reporting line up at ESPN Maria Taylor is leaving ESPN she bolts from the sports channel after she and the network were unable to reach an agreement on a contract extension Taylor had been with ESPN since twenty fourteen a contract expired on Tuesday Taylor got dragged into what became a racial intramural battle at ESPN when colleague Rachel Nichols made comments about her a year ago Nichols who is white suggested that her boss is all for the NBA finals host job to Taylor who is black to Polish up its overall record on diversity Nichols griping didn't get her her job back when the comments went public she also lost her gig as sideline reporter for the NBA finals I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Magic Johnson Tweets Giannis & KD Are Coming for LeBron's Throne

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

00:14 sec | 5 d ago

Magic Johnson Tweets Giannis & KD Are Coming for LeBron's Throne

"Magic johnson. took note of janas historical finals performance. Last night after the big man dropped fifty points and won his first title. Magic tweeted this. Watch out lebron katie. And janas are right. They're coming for your throne

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Israeli Spyware Maker Is in Spotlight Amid Reports of Wide Abuses

the NewsWorthy

01:01 min | 5 d ago

Israeli Spyware Maker Is in Spotlight Amid Reports of Wide Abuses

"New widespread investigation found hundreds of politicians. Journalists activists and lawyers around the world have been hacked. The politicians reportedly include francis president emmanuel macron and thirteen other heads of state the journalists worked for organizations like the ap reuters cnn wall street journal and more the washington post and sixteen other news organizations have been investigating the hack. They found evidence of prominent people's iphones were infected with military grade. Spyware from a private firm out of israel called. Nso group that software is able to activate cameras and microphones on phones. For real time surveillance it can also steal photos location records passwords end more however the firm that makes it has denied the reports. It says it spyware is only used to keep track of terrorists and other criminals locate missing children or find survivors of tragedies still the united nations human rights. Chief is calling the investigation. Extremely alarming and french prosecutors are now investigating the spyware for

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Bucks' 50-Year Wait Ends With a Title Behind 50 From Giannis

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 d ago

Bucks' 50-Year Wait Ends With a Title Behind 50 From Giannis

"In a city that has been startled titles the Milwaukee Bucks won their first NBA championship since nineteen seventy one after beating the Phoenix Suns one oh five ninety eight the box won the series in six games after dropping the first two in Phoenix Jana son of the couple was the series MVP he suffered a knee injury in the conference finals and there was some don't if you be healthy enough to play in the finals he had fifty points in the title clincher on a couple says there was nothing that was going to stand in his way I'm going to be a champion working now I'm going to whatever he takes no for for me to win it and we did it the box trailed by five at halftime of the couple had twenty third quarter points check Freeman Milwaukee

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Royals Top Brewers 5-2; Early Start for Fans to Watch Bucks

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 d ago

Royals Top Brewers 5-2; Early Start for Fans to Watch Bucks

"Brian Hernan Jorge Soler homered for the Royals in a five two win over the brewers or herniated tie breaking two run Homer in the seventh Mike minor allowed one earned run and five hits over six innings snapping a personal for start losing streak many Pena hit a two run single for the brewers who moved up the start time for hours so fans could watch the bucs host the sons in the NBA finals losing pitcher Brett Anderson gave up two runs and three hits over five innings his first start of the second half have a sale Garcia had three hits for the NL central leaders on the ferry

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The Cynics Will Destroy Us; The Patriots Will Save Us

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 6 d ago

The Cynics Will Destroy Us; The Patriots Will Save Us

"I'm reading some comments, and it's really a very, very small minority of people. Read him on one of my favorite websites, right scoop in other places. And people will get on. And those simply say alright, right? Whether is it living in the comments? He's just going to the bank has his ass and Folks, these people are going to destroy us. The cynics who sit on their hands and spew their stupidity and have done nothing. They're the ones you have to watch out for Even more than the left. They will drag you down. They will the spiritual And they won't mock you. And yet they claim to be a patriot. Ignore them. They're not Patriots their a holes. Stay away from them. There are among the millions and millions of you Heroes. Hero. People who are courageous. We're not asking you. Or I'm not asking you to do anything I haven't done. It wouldn't do. You're just protecting your own society, protecting your own Children's education. You're protecting your own communities. From decisions that are made out of the White House. About the border. About law enforcement. You're protecting your unalienable rights. We don't preach violence here. The Marxist do and they do it on our diamond. Our schools believe it or not. Black lives matter does, and it's celebrated. By the NBA. The NFL By the media by mayors. Shocking thing. It's a shocking thing.

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CAS Rejects Ogwumike, Williams’ Bid to Represent Nigeria in Tokyo

Michael Berry

00:46 sec | 6 d ago

CAS Rejects Ogwumike, Williams’ Bid to Represent Nigeria in Tokyo

"A pair of W NBA stars won't be going to the Olympics after trying to switch teams to basketball players who played professionally in the United States and wanted to represent Nigeria at the scheduled summer Olympics will not get to do so. The Court of Arbitration for Sport Rejected an appeal on behalf of WNBA's stars Nicaragua, McQuay and Elizabeth Williams. Both have ties to Nigeria through their parents. This upheld a ruling by Phoebe, the governing body of basketball, which in a statement wrote that although both players have played for the USA after the age of 17 and participated in the qualifying process to the Tokyo Olympics, they recently requested an exceptional change of their national status. Even noted the players would have to wait a three year period since their last game of the USA to be eligible to play at the Olympics. Nicaragua, McQuay's younger sisters, Chinese and Erica will play for the

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Has Giannis Antetokounmpo Earned More Respect During NBA Finals?

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:20 min | 6 d ago

Has Giannis Antetokounmpo Earned More Respect During NBA Finals?

"Of jaanus. We have a lot to talk about what it when it comes to the greek freak because he is just one win away from winning his first. Nba finals but the two time. Mvp still hasn't gotten total respect around the league from his peers. Just last year james harden. Instead of the honest. I wish i could just run and be seventeen. And just don't like that takes no skill at all. I had to actually learn how to play basketball and how to have skill. you know. i'll take that any day. Well chris paul just last week said of his finals opponent quote he comes down there. He dunks his dunks. You don't more than he shoots a layup. I don't know about this bullshit and has earned more respect during these finals for me. I don't respect him anymore. Any less than i did going into the final. Skip for me for a guy that everybody says that he can't do and he doesn't. I think the biggest thing is to make a long story short skip. He can't shoot the ball kevin durant. He's not flashy with handling the ball. Like daimler steph curry. He shoot the then. I saw back shoes. Like james harden. He's not as accomplished or if charismatic is lebron james football. A lot of guys can't can't can't can't he's a two time league. Mvp he's a defensive player of the year and he's on the cusp of winning title and being finals. Mvp that's a hell of a carpenter for a guy that got a lot of kids.

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What's on the Line for Chris Paul's Legacy?

First Things First

02:08 min | 6 d ago

What's on the Line for Chris Paul's Legacy?

"You know this. This series started out very well for the sun's up to all look like they were going to go from bubble darlings to title team in a year. I don't have to refresh your memory. it's you remember that probably yonathan. The vox i've turned upside down and for c. p. three it might mean coming up short one more time in the playoffs. Not grade list to be on here c. p. threes teams have had multi game series leads four times in the post season. Only to watch those leads. Slip away. Chris broussard what is on the line night in game. Six for chris paul. There's a lot on the line and obviously the championship but for him personally of is individual legacy yes. There is a lot on the line he would become. If they lose this series he would become the only player to lose four series in the postseason. Where you lead to. Oh okay anna. Point guard is in control of the game of his team. So a lot of that just falls on the coach. It can fall on the point guard. So we've talked about some christmas failures in the past and the postseason if he loses this series those become their a big part of his story. And when you talk about why he's one of the greatest players with barkley malone and you eat in stockton to never win a championship you look at. It and chris is a big part of why he didn't win the championship. Conversely if he can come back and win this series. Those playoff foibles. Become a footnote okay. They go from being a year. He's great but to just be enough small footnote in his overall story. So that is the first thing. Secondly if he wins this series he could become the third player. Only the third player in the seventy four year. History the third small player or normal size point guard to lead a team to an nba title.

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Big Hands (MM #3772)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Big Hands (MM #3772)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation for as long as I can remember. If people looked at me and told me I had big hands. I always had very long slender fingers, of course, I got bigger hands, didn't change size. Well, they actually have the other day. I was with my nephew. He's getting ready to play freshman basketball this year and we were talking about basketball and looked at his hands. I said, can you Palm a basketball where you pick up the bass with one hand, and hold it out? Like, the big NBA players do, and he walked over to his bag, picked up the basket ball, and palmed it and handed it over to me. I used to be able to do that. I tried to do that the other day and couldn't so I'm wondering did my finger shrinkage did my Palms shrink? What happened here? I've been able to Palm a basketball since I was about twelve. Thirteen years old but the hands at the same size, any more? I realize there's no use for palming a basketball with my age and you don't play basketball anymore. But I wonder what happened. I know we kind of shrink sometimes in size as we get older. But what happened to my hands? I've never noticed it before and I was actually rather shocked. Something's Happened to me, I don't know what it is dead.

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Big Hands (MM #3772)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Big Hands (MM #3772)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation for as long as I can remember. If people looked at me and told me I had big hands. I always had very long slender fingers, of course, I got bigger hands, didn't change size. Well, they actually have the other day. I was with my nephew. He's getting ready to play freshman basketball this year and we were talking about basketball and looked at his hands. I said, can you Palm a basketball where you pick up the bass with one hand, and hold it out? Like, the big NBA players do, and he walked over to his bag, picked up the basket ball, and palmed it and handed it over to me. I used to be able to do that. I tried to do that the other day and couldn't so I'm wondering did my finger shrinkage did my Palms shrink? What happened here? I've been able to Palm a basketball since I was about twelve. Thirteen years old but the hands at the same size, any more? I realize there's no use for palming a basketball with my age and you don't play basketball anymore. But I wonder what happened. I know we kind of shrink sometimes in size as we get older. But what happened to my hands? I've never noticed it before and I was actually rather shocked. Something's Happened to me, I don't know what it is dead.

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Big Hands (MM #3772)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Big Hands (MM #3772)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation for as long as I can remember. If people looked at me and told me I had big hands. I always had very long slender fingers, of course, I got bigger hands, didn't change size. Well, they actually have the other day. I was with my nephew. He's getting ready to play freshman basketball this year and we were talking about basketball and looked at his hands. I said, can you Palm a basketball where you pick up the bass with one hand, and hold it out? Like, the big NBA players do, and he walked over to his bag, picked up the basket ball, and palmed it and handed it over to me. I used to be able to do that. I tried to do that the other day and couldn't so I'm wondering did my finger shrinkage did my Palms shrink? What happened here? I've been able to Palm a basketball since I was about twelve. Thirteen years old but the hands at the same size, any more? I realize there's no use for palming a basketball with my age and you don't play basketball anymore. But I wonder what happened. I know we kind of shrink sometimes in size as we get older. But what happened to my hands? I've never noticed it before and I was actually rather shocked. Something's Happened to me, I don't know what it is dead.

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Jamie Lynn Spears Shares Peace and Love Message

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

01:26 min | Last week

Jamie Lynn Spears Shares Peace and Love Message

"Lindsay is responding to a message really a slam from her sister. Britney so jamie. Lynn posted a very vague message about peace hours after britney post a very harshness. Age aimed jamie lynn. Also at their father. Jamie lynn read. The following quotes. Made the peace of the lord be with you and your spirit will that came just one day after day. Put a very very lengthy. Ah profanity ridden posted on instagram. Don't worry we're not going to say the naughty words on this jaipur you'll get the gist. Britney right the following crowds for those of you who choose to criticize my dancing videos. Look i'm not going to be performing on any stages anytime soon with my dad. Handling what i what. I do what i say. Even i think i've done that for the past thirteen years. And then she went on to point the thing directly. A- jamie lynn has is saying quiet which. I don't like that. My sister showed up at award show and signed in capital letters. My songs all this comes after britney put up a post. It was more vague this one. But i think it was directed towards jamie lynn cooling people righteous for support in hanau but basically ignoring her for the last thirteen years.

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Bucks Win Game 5 to Take a 3-2 Series Lead

The NBA Show

02:19 min | Last week

Bucks Win Game 5 to Take a 3-2 Series Lead

"The bucks one twenty three one. Nineteen game five win on the road over the sons to pick up three two series lead kyle at felt like at one point it was going to be a big sons blowout. Sixteen point lead in the first quarter. It feels like at one point. It's going to be a huge fox blow out and then it gets tied at the end it. We got a really good game down the stretch. That was fun to watch man. I loved it incredible game. I mean a lot of fortitude on both sides to not go away and to come back with your like you said. We had a of lead shifts and changes. The bucks fought back from that big deficit early. We big shots. We had big miss shots. It was it was sort of a shakespearean play there towards the end it. It's amazing if that went ahead ended with like a game winner. Something that would have gone down as a pretty memorable finals game. Not that it won't anyway. But yet really entertaining drama heck of a heck of a gutsy performance by milwaukee no doubt about it and we have to start at that lachie side which holiday twenty seven points thirteen assists only two turnovers at three steals. He had two of this. Deals are going to stick in my mind for a long time. And the third quarter. He had the on. Ball steel against devon booker then took a poll up three and transition in the final minute of the game helping off ball on a drive by devon booker strips. The ball janas runs the floor and he throws the alleyoop to him for the dunk holiday. Both ends of the court all those. Eric bledsoe comparisons from games one and two feel like such a distant memory. Kyle holiday was extraordinary tonight. I mean what freaking performance at both ends big balls there. That's the only thing that comes. I mean those plays that. He made that one three that he took after he destroyed up rip booker. I was just stunned. That he had the stones to take that and he nailed it. Yeah and then the the presence of mind you know. The refs aren't going to necessarily call a foul like that. Every time in a situation like that i mean he kinda force them to make a call He he got a little bit of risk a little bit of hand on that swipe down when he came over weakside to steal that from booker but yeah when he when he threw that lob to janas. I almost thought he threw it over. The cylinder again almost threw it into the cylinder and when he did that stood up. Stood up in my office. I just couldn't believe

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"n._b._a" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"n._b._a" Discussed on First Things First

"Blood. Clots obviously derailed what you were doing. De way just finally stepped aside died after you're playing well for miami last year and having some moments late in the season mellow hasn't stepped aside. He's being pushed aside to a degree you know mellow. You played played in the league his entire to almost the entirety of his career. Why do you think he's not in the league and do you think he could help a good team. Yes he could. It'd help good team. He's a pretty good basketball player. I don't know i. I can't understand why he doesn't have a job. Maybe people are still trying wanna figure out what they want to do with their teams what kind of <hes> if any veteran presence if they wanna veteran presence those slash they need to feel oh and if he can fill them you know. I think it's crazy that he's not playing. I mean i've been mellow since we were seventeen years old and and you know just kind of seeing those things starting to happen. It always does right but i think he should be playing. I mean he's good enough. He's in shape he he can shoot it watch much basketball but he can play you know and i think he can really really help a team if they bring him in. You've been <hes> <hes> you've been retired. You've had a second to kind of. Look back and think about your games. In your days who's the best player he ever played against <hes>. Tim duncan really yeah why because he was my hero growing up and then i had to play in the finals against them twice. You know being being san antonio. I'm from dallas being able to see tim play right up close and how great he was and that was kind of the evolution of four man you know so real quick on that plane in the finals against them twice. I ray the allen group. I think he's told us has a framed picture not shockingly of one of the biggest shots in n._b._a. History and in his house. You've got a couple of really nice houses. Do you have anywhere in there a framed picture of the rebound that maybe the biggest rebound in n._b._a. History don't you how does it. How's that not happen. I'll put up all my memory but do you okay so you have in store jcp commemorating moment the rebound that led to the reality show needs they should get it man i i don't. I'm thinking like that. I don't you know i need to. I need some new posters too so every time i see you on t._v. It's it's not lost on me what you went through but i think about you as a person you played at a high level highschool amazing player short college career amazing player a high draft pick by the raptors. What do you think about when you watch n._b._a. Games now is fast really fast. <hes> you know the game has changed. It's evolved quite a bit..

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"n._b._a" Discussed on New Pod Flow

New Pod Flow

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"n._b._a" Discussed on New Pod Flow

"You've got to pay in order to show and they whoa impression that. He turned it down because he wasn't. He was standing with cat like he wasn't gonna do anything with the n._f._l. Because of how they block cap right he was on s._n._l. With with the cap jersey and you know exactly and so now it was st is old though you're gonna settle like that nigga winners uh caps at anything about fucking football games. Should i mean he hasn't said anything but i mean the the issues that he was still stand. I mean he's still he's doing what he's gotta. They do when his rights camp did s coup legs as he said he doing now and i'm like okay so all right so let me ask yourself this. We know why the n._f._l. Needs jay z. Why does jay z need n._f._l. What to do is not about. What what do you need to change. What here's the thing i got to listen to the interview. What is what are you going to change in the n._f._l. What do they need a rapper to change in the n._f._l. Yelm saying what would is. What are you ex football player. You're not an ex coach. You don't know the game. We've all seen him throw athletic. I so saying what what can if you wanted to change them shit within the n._f._l. They wouldn't need him to do it u._m. A._m. saying he wouldn't need to do do social justice. Resume swore so you don't need the n._f._l. To continue to do social justice shit this is this not even justice n._f._l. The n._b._a. is no for social justice right but we n._f._l. No food nothing like they. They don't care nothing this just the opposite of social justice. That's what what they're known for hypocrisy known for racism. They're known for a lot of saying for allowing people to so what's wrong with jersey coming in to change it we because what did they do about my. My thing is at the medicine. He said in interview the day those a nigger was like some muslim meagre in the n._b._a. They refuse to stand for the animal move mahmoud mahmoud or something. He said he said he was the n._b._a. Wasn't always wearing is now social justice issues. He's like but then you come in and and teach them how to be more socially inclusive to do anything within the in the neighborhoods the n._b._a. Also different than i mean the fucking n._f._l. Is like a golf golf country club and then on top of that the owners run the n._f._l. N._b._a. magazine the n._b._a. So what is a wet n._f._l. Owner billionaires old n._f._l. N._f._l. Owner is going to listen to jay z. what to do with any of he got one of the highest most respected owners on his team robert kraft okay..

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"n._b._a" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"n._b._a" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Access. I'm a big believer in you. May deny me but i'm gonna get it but even this player said to me. Steve like the star players they're available and they're available a lot so we recognize that and we're pushing believe me were pushing for our players to do way more and is this an issue that we need to address and i think we all admit that we need to address it. You know when you're in your biggest moment and you're being showcase to the world you need to have your top players out there and it's a matter of you know just trying to convince the team the player that this is worthy and this should be an obligation and i think eventually you know <hes> will come down to us mandating right now. The league doesn't mandate and we probably need to eventually but i think that you know it is obvious and the n._b._a.'s and a great job and it goes back to what we've talked about. The tradition hasn't necessarily been to do this as your obligation gatien. We're very different and in the n._b._a. That has always been the obligation of those players. They've known it and they do it. The the embrace it they embrace it and you know and it's the culture or team over individual. We always have been that locker room sacred and you know there's a lot of qualities to at that make our sport and the n._h._l. Awesome and amazing and in other sport like a basketball. Their players build their brand. You see. I always do say this to whoever wants to like..

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"n._b._a" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"n._b._a" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Sparse paragraphs between them and with the table of contents and m._d._c. c. Which is an abbreviation for multi markdown composer. I can drag those around in the table of contents and reorder the document. You can also <music> an ice feature with multi markdown composers you can you can just see the current section. You're working on and i really like that. It has a ton of powerful full features a lot of which are in n._b._a. Ultra but our our philosophy was kind of n._b. Alter should be for quick notes of some of those speech like the table of contents. We would want like personal at personally as users we would want to do those in-app designed for long form writing yeah infield tre really strikes me as the modern version of the l. I mean that's what it's intended to be perfect. You know but it looks looks better and frankly i know some folks are unhappy with the multiple folder data source but for me that makes it more useful because i can actually set series of notes based on different areas of my life and to see those with different folders. Yeah i kind of like that. I mean i have too many notes as my problem. When i try and run this out of applera it's over twelve hundred notes a metro there have it down to three or four libraries and say okay the mac sparky stuff stuff the legal yeah. That's the way i feel as well because i mean we all have very separate contexts. Yeah i think most people do anyway like even it's just work and home like those notes don't have crossover. It makes sense to not keep them in. One bucket agreed agreed well. That's that's pretty impressive workflow. You got there. The nice thing is it sounds to me like you don't have so many steps that get in the way of actually writing the words. I guess the the biggest reason i love my scattered workflow. Is i keep everything interoperable like i can use is any two pieces of my workflow together. They all they all import and export and portable formats. It's easy for me to get where i'm going. No matter which route makes the most sense at the time yeah and as an a._d._h._d. Person it's important that whatever route i go oh ends up working for me and for writing workflow. It's important that at some point you're you're staring at a blinking cursor right. Do you ever do writing in curio. <hes> yeah i i will use it to start paragraphs by the time you get to fleshing out and editing reading out the long form version no <hes> it's it doesn't have nearly the text engine that any markdown editor would have sure like i'll write in. I thought to use the notes on a node to start writing a paragraph instead of making really long mind map nodes l. albreicht outright out what i was thinking about something in its notes because then when i export that has marked down it's already i started paragraphs basically in whatever app i ended up editing in makes sense one last thing about your writing workflows you have in the past. You've put tools together together that do some some sort of grammar analysis the basics you know like looking for repeated words and whatnot. Are you doing that with your own writing any that analysis. If so. How are you doing it yeah. Most of what i do is through marked which is my my main commercial application up until n._b._a. Ultra is released and and it can do <hes> your basic grammar and spelling checking it can show me repeated words cliche d- words the plain english dictionaries incorporated into it. I don't know if you've ever visited that by. <hes> helps you figure out where you need to use a more descriptive or or <hes> less robust word for something. It's hilarious when i run like contracts through that stuff like 'cause the bench of it's like inherited tax great. Do you really need that here in after there yeah so that's all built into it and i tend it just load. My text marks not only see how it's going to look on the blog but also run all of those analysis tools and you can get marked worked. I mean market.

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"n._b._a" Discussed on Full Court Press

Full Court Press

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"n._b._a" Discussed on Full Court Press

"Find the mechanisms the ads the roster having probably the best player that's available as a free agent or trade that seems to be the way that they should maximize market. Look towards awards next season your thoughts on that. Yeah i agree and i and i tell you what it's heading into an n._b._a. Season there's quite often a lot of clarity around which teams have. Let's say <hes> a combination of young talent and expiring rosters are expiring <hes> free agents on the roster expiring contracts on the roster in normally going into season lucky. If you said off the top of your head. Can you think of one or two <hes> kind of landing spots for bradley beal. Should they trade him. I'll tell you what this is one n._b._a. Season where it's <hes> it is really really tough off to speculate in <hes> in in my opinion what that means is probably gonna need a three team deal and if you look at this past summer i mean almost every deal that that got done with the all these traits that happen. Almost all of them require two thirteen an order to sort of navigate. The salary cap'n navigate the the <hes> calendar fiscal calendar year in n._b._a. All the rules <hes> made to me. If you know what that could mean for washington as is it could be tough to cultivate the market that they really want to cultivate but that being said bradley beal is an unbelievable talent and i think teams would really we work hard to create <hes> the scenario where they can land a player like him. <hes> it's just it's really really tough to speculate where that might be. <hes> we always see which teams would love to have him which is just about everybody off. It's really really tough to sort of speculate salary match <hes> enough young talent and <hes> without especially without including thirteen to try to make something work yeah if for some reason they were going to try to do business this this before the season starts after september six of that frees up all this other players that are on the rush right now that can't be aggregated to other players. Tim liberals have been often talked about. Maybe wiggins for bill a bill kind of structured mostly around that does it does a team want to kind of take a second swing on wiggins ads contract that he's on not sure about that the heat or a reported afforded like in every deal what they have very very little draft capital and so i just don't see apart from them. Being the willing to me the guy like bamut a bio or see something like that a young player that the wizard be interested in the rockets also always checking in on every every possibility but you know we're already seeing all the jokes about hardened in westbrook china the basketball..

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"n._b._a" Discussed on Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

14:53 min | 2 years ago

"n._b._a" Discussed on Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

"Conferences centered turn around professional development and a career fair for n._b._a.'s. There is one huge conference print that is most known that and that is the national black m._b._a. Association conference and exposition ammiano exposition is just a fancy word for career fair. 'cause it's just a big ass career fair. So last season season season two episode eleven i gave you the rundown on what the organization is my personal experiences with the conference and base line what you need to do to prepare if you're going to this conference and going to take advantage of the career fair now out today. I want to expound on that a bit and i had a very special guest and we are going to get into what you should do to prepare for the conference this year. Which is in houston texas yeah no. I'm a texas girl. I'm always represent our care. How crazy texas ambulance.

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"n._b._a" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"n._b._a" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Life. Yes structure. He has economic means if you will so perhaps that all factors into. I think there's no question when you're in a lot of interest in football. I mean a lot of ways if you if you're talking about young athletes who really have a chance at being professional and something like you know we've talked before with michael thompson about how all three of his kids who are all professional athletes likely could have chosen whatever sport they wanted and has become a professional athlete in that when you when you've got those type of options in front of you because you're that athletically blessed you start thinking about the larger picture you start choosing somebody with options and in a lot of ways you wonder if football's is gonna start evolving into something that other than maybe the position of quarterback because you're so protected in the n._f._l. In a lotta ways it just becomes this kind of blood sport. Were basically it's like the lower less. You know less advantaged economically. Those are the type of kids that end up gravitating towards it and the kids with more means who even if they go professional. They're not supporting anybody. They start being more choosy n._f._l. These n._f._l. Needs more morgue is out. There retired from the game who are out. There still connected to the game in a positive way because that's another part of the n._f._l. Conversation sation that has to be fixed and change is the benefits these guys receive and the way they're treated after their playing days is not the same as it is in other sports. The n._b._a. Does a wonderful the job of finding opportunities for players across the n._b._a. The w._n._b._a. the g. league internationally. What have you fact that ryan. Hollins has become a media star are now shows you that the n._b._a. Takes care to their taisong. Twitter ryan holland's our guy. He just figured out that he's he's in n._b._a. Two k. the latest one because the i guess the latest version show six classic teams however you wanted to find him a couple of like really classic classic team was lob city. Team is one of the lob city. I think it was the two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen that got selected as a classic team to which holland's re tweet that news and just like saddam n._b._a. Two it's amazing cited yeah. It's really amazing because in n._b._a. Two k. history ryan hounds is the first player with a single digit rating never had shit n._b._a. Player rating uh-huh sorry ryan probably doing so. I was gonna say listen yeah..

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"n._b._a" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"n._b._a" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"I think and obviously at that time like baseball to kind of get you through the war years ears or at least that was the idea behind continuing to play baseball whereas you would not have that with with the strike so i don't think i could really maintained attention now. There might be you know at a certain point. Do you come back like maybe there's lingering bitterness but do you just decide you know what i like like baseball and this is the best baseball. That's being played the pet space all i'm going to get at a certain point you figure well. These actually are the best baseball players who would be in the league anyway anyway. 'cause you know age. They would have come up and other guys would have aged out and so you know that was an unfortunate episode but <hes> time has has has fueled the wound and right at the wrong now. We're watching big league baseball again the way it would have been boy. If i say yes <hes> <music>. I'm trying to figure out if that if that makes me s cab like how many years how many how many owners and it's not the same commissioner and it's like the people around so what are they paying these replacement players at this point. How many years are we talking. What are they paying them like. Do they have a cba. Are they being paid like stars. This is hard. Uh yeah yeah you'd have to start a new league. Maybe from scratch just to get rid of the stain of the old one. Oh ooh wow yeah. I mean i don't. I don't it's hard. I would say basically anything realistic if you're talking about anything within five years or so <hes> if you're telling me that hundreds of the world's best players are not playing <hes> then i you know ben at maybe those players would start therein leak they probably would and you'd be more inclined to watch that then honestly i'm gonna need to see it. I'm gonna need to see it before. I can tell you how it would feel uh-huh i can't do this. It's too hypothetical yeah well. I'm glad this didn't happen twenty five years ago so that one of the things that came up when the n._b._a. N._b._a. had their work stoppage a few years ago. I would always here i would. I felt like this was the theme of all the coverage of it was like who's got the public on their side. Who's winning lina p._r. Campaign and i am trying to figure out if that actually matters if if that if the reason that that gets written about a lot is because so you know we're sports writers and we like to we have to keep score somehow <hes>..

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"n._b._a" Discussed on How Neal Feel

How Neal Feel

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"n._b._a" Discussed on How Neal Feel

"Day it's really hard on the guys and they're so many bianca and they've you've gotta change it adam silver. You're listening these nine games. These like midnight basketball things where they all. I have a question shin about road live. Go go ahead say road road wildlife. Listen i mean this is a classic. It gives you guys okay so you're on the road. Do guys have have a strict schedule in n._b._a. Level like can they go out after and get fucked up or do they have to stay in the house. Can you go to this trippy. Do have around yeah so okay. Let me just break it down to you like this. We're playing a road game tomorrow tuesday. Can we talk about dates here tuesday. We play thursday and we play. Let's say sunday on the west coast and we're an east coast team. We'll come out to the first game. Maybe two days early but say we come out. We'd we'd get there on monday pretty like standard like maybe there's practice. Maybe the shoot around. Maybe there's nothing but like i would go like cr massage therapist. I would eat and i would just watch games that nine hotel room so if we played tuesday we stay over in that city because we don't. I'm plato thursday. Yeah you could go to dinner. You could go whatever you wanna. Do you can put a strip club if you want but if you go on a balanced tag never too euro a black guy with millions of dollars one in strip club anyway go ahead lady pay per view movies but if you go to like say we go play sakaba cleveland back to back will fly into chicago play on tuesday fly straight to cleveland that night and then play wednesday and go home. There's not always always you know there's not always downtown but when there is yeah you can do whatever you want. I mean i feel like the whole strip club. Thing thing is not as like a thing as people. Everybody thinks that that's always feel like most guys just like we'll go if they should. We stay or go.

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"n._b._a" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"n._b._a" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Way that is in line with trolling because you don't you don't care so if you don't care you do. Would you generally do which is try to generate arrate. Discussion was the discussion that generating was the discuss you trying to get you trying to get this thing hot. You know trying to get engagement. We're trying to give people people on this and sometimes the more the more human and subtle expressions on these things are not the things they get the engagement. They're not the ones that do it but i feel like we can look at what happened with the hall of fame and chant bailey even ed reed who speech i didn't agree with and a lot of parts right but even that didn't send people flipping out the people people who disagree with him but we can do this man right. We all believe all of us. There are waiting by says about <hes> you know look. I think this is one thing we all across the board believed we all believe the sports can be used as venue to do good in the world beyond simply the games that are played. We all believe the sports can be used as a vehicle to bring awareness to larger causes right. That's in part. Why you you see so much of this stuff with the military there because people believe the sports is a good way to bring that particular message of patriotism to folks they that's believing eating into power of sport to do good <hes> the work that many entities in sports including the one that i worked for <hes> puts in <unk> toward cancer awareness. We believe that we can use sports to bring these message and talk about this 'cause in front of people and thereby do good for the world. That is why we do this. We can make the world better by highlighting legitimate messages of humanity and dan what i would consider to be unity which bailey is talking about is unity. We can do that here. We can. We just as a collective have to ask ask ourselves. Are we really that concerned with doing good. If we only want to do good that doesn't hurt anybody's feelings. That is something that everybody listed. This needs to ask themselves. Is that if you really care about doing some better. The only time you try to do some better is if it doesn't offend anybody because i'm telling you now. If that's the case then you do not believe that sports can actually truly be used to do any good or matters of race. I believe they can and most of us have said for very long time that we believe they they can help one of the things about ed re you see those wife over there and the ad read section in like how sincerely choked up in happy they were about him in the way he talked about the way they talked about him like they have like you know every possession you got about raises. Louisiana man and people look at each other like family and those things can happen right. These are possible. It's not like oh look how great the world is because of these two people but in a micro example man thinking about some of the obstacles that we gotta overcome just to talk to each other. That's pretty damn significant right. We all believe leave that sports can do good on this particular matter but if we only do it if you don't make nobody man then at some some point sports is actually going to become part of the problem and i myself personally would rather it be somewhat part of a solution. Are you ready for football. It's almost they're as ready as ever be. Well let me ask this. I've got to ask if you're ready ready for football but i wanted you to answer that as a sports fan not as a producer of content because as a producer of content i would like to get here right. There are definitely two two competing views there. I'm going to be interesting to see how this season turns. How we get a lot of incendiary things going on originally yeah now. The league is i mean i do think we have awesome like pretty as much as we talk about the n._b._a.'s.

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"n._b._a" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"n._b._a" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Doing. When James was on the ball at Oklahoma City cutting being moving you know doing whatever is necessary to win? A few more minutes left with Daryl Morey Rockets G._M.. Right here live in the rich Eisen so studio in Los Angeles what what needs to be change for the free agency period because it I mean there. There seemed to be some highly highly baked deals announced within mere seconds of the deadline passing or starting with windows Housley opening up what needs to be changed commissioner celery. He's a great leader and he's already on this. which is you know there's a lot of rules rules that they have on the books that are basically unenforceable? They're they're good in concept but unenforceable so I think you know he's talking about changing him such that <hes> <hes> the ones that they have on the books they're going to be very diligent and enforce and the ones that are almost impossible to enforce like agents talking to players ears are behind this all that kind of stuff that maybe those will change so we'll see what commissioner does but <hes>. What do you want to see? I I've spoken to him. I think think I agree a lot of that stuff. You know he would have come up with his on his own stuff. I've suggested to them which is like it. It hurts the League office to have on enforceable rules they should did. They should be very to me like if you can't create an environment your your players want to be in and they can choose they wanNA leave just based on one phone conversation station with somebody right then that's year problem you're you haven't created the environment for that player to WanNa. Stay so what about Finals Rover <hes> confettis taken out of everybody's he's hair day after that you can start talking to free agents. What about that yeah and then you have a draft afterwards you do the free agency I in drafters N._F._l.? Yeah there's a lot of things right right well. I mean look <hes> so much conversation about how N._B._A.. Free Agency however was far more fascinating and exciting than N._F._l.. Free Agency obviously if the N._B._A.. Had A franchise tag co I wasn't going anywhere so it's apples and oranges from that point of view however it's it's helpful to know what you need to draft because you've gone through free agency I plus. It's also helpful to put the hat of the team that the draft is going to on the head of the drafty with confidence that that is the hat. He's going to wear really does that right and it's really weird that N._B._A.. Draft you don't know who's going where it's very hard hard to watch but yeah putting agency. I I think is I think is better. I also think the reason the N._B._A.. Free Agency is such a big deal is not only our our players like more out front public. You know you can see him in the helmet all the arguments but they also make a way bigger impact like are the the only players who come close to having even the impact of like your second best player in N._B._A.. Team is is the quarterbacks in the N._F._l.. And so our top few players have such a big impact. You know you just if you want to decide..

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"n._b._a" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"n._b._a" Discussed on The Full 48

"N._B._A.'s free agency fireworks fireworks all the trade transactions debating those transactions and the only thing we're funding we did that. We've we've talked about who won who lost who had the best summer and all that stuff. We've been there done that there's there's another interesting debate a level up from that one and that's about whether this system makes sense in the first place. Is it fair. Is it right my guest. Today has very strong opinions on this opinions that maybe slightly overlap with mind but not entirely on the other hand hand. He is in fact the only other Howard ever to be on the full forty eight and so on that alone I got I gotta give it up Howard Bryant's E._S._p._N.. Senior writer N._P._R.. Correspondent author of many many books including full dissidents coming wing possibly later this year December Howard welcome back thank and in studio this time and studio and you know why have one H._p.. When you can have to visas way better than one this is a rare thing because as you know as my fellow Howard maybe we discussed this last sure it's a very rare thing when Howard's get to debate discuss or even just hang out with there just aren't that many of his true unless we're GONNA hang out room full of accountants then I think he could not that many no no? I thought of view immediately during free agency actually I had no choice because one your twitter feed often veers into these subjects of free agency the N._B._A.. System salary cap luxury tax and I think you and I actually had an early version of debate discussion. We're about to have over like Nachos and beer and Tequila. That's right Margaritas yet some little Darbar down in where where we don't Arizona Oh we had their tune in Arizona. He'll be for that. I think it was before that when we when we did when I did varsity letters that's right right right. Yes and we all journey to the bar afterward and I think we had this forgotten about that. If only I'd had podcasting equipment with me that night we had a drunker version of drank and crunched our way through all of these issues that was a huge plate of Nachos recall too big it just get cold and soggy and it's just too big nutsy Nachos or one of those things that it should be smaller because at the very very start of it you're in great show much. They're awesome at the beginning so much hope it too much hope half hour later you got the dregs. There's not enough cheese left for the chips that are left if there are that she's as lake calcified true when they give you more ships. What's left on the plate? You don't want to dip into it anyway. Yeah it's just bad yeah smaller plate yeah we got. There's there's got to be. Where's where's the sweet spot of Nachos where the American America figure this thing out <hes> so this is funny actually so in preparing for this and I've got a copy of SA recently <hes> road in E._S._p._N.? Magazine may at rest in peace <hes> next month next month very sad after there's two two issues left okay. I WANNA we'll get to that in a second so that was like you know but I I know that this is what happens I I'll be on my twitter feed and every so often you'll weigh in on one of these topics and I'll be like uh and I don't come back because I think now we'll be here all day plus. I don't want Howard to kick my ass on twitter deal. Yeah I'll wait and you can kick by put on my own podcast but so I was strolling through your feed to just take some notes for for this and I found much more interesting things like you took a survey of whether or not people should put pineapple pizza and it was fifty nine forty one as in favor of hell..

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"n._b._a" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"n._b._a" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"And destitution your entire life if you cannot think pass tomorrow or next week. There's no chance life is going to own you. It's going to command you. You are going to be reacting to your life for your entire. Existence stuff will come at you and you'll figure you will become an expert of bobbing and weaving and you know adjusting on the fly and figuring out how to squeeze you know squeeze blood out of a turnip right. You'll figure that stuff out because you'll become extremely extremely gifted and skilled at surviving but you'll never move beyond intil by forecasting out by looking into the future by imagining visualizing where you WanNa be what that allows you to. Do is take proactive steps to be in charge of your life to not to react but to command control become the master of your own fate that happens through long-term mm-hmm goal setting and planning and visualizing and poor people who stay poor don't have it the difference between broken poor broke his temporary. You will be broke more than once in your life. Maybe be broke now. Poverty is state of mind. Poverty is something that you stay in because you think differently than someone who has money or someone who will have money so so don't immediately shed these ideas about home ownership or about going to college <hes> if I if I because we're giving you a different perspective really take time to ask the question. Have I been taught ally hi my entire life. Is this what somebody who's where I wanna be would tell me to do see if they're not telling you to do it. If the people you're looking at who are where you wanna be are preaching to different message to you than the people who are where you're at. Maybe you ought to shift your mindset a little bit. We start talking about this struggling. Paying back student loan debt right forty five million people collectively a one point six trillion dollars in student loan debt most host of it comes from people who get N._B._A.'s or M._D.'s law degrees <hes> those types of people but those aren't the folks to worry about neither borrowers who got their bachelor's degree <hes> who are on who have about thirty thousand dollars in loans after graduation for many of those borrowers the loans did their job they allowed students to get to college to get the degree land a.

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"n._b._a" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"n._b._a" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"And I think that started with the bronze <hes> just the business of basketball and and really embracing who you are and taking advantage of that in guys doing that left at night on and I love it because like I mentioned earlier. It's always been business. It's always been in the teams hands. We're going to trade you. We're going to cut you. We're GONNA wave you. We're GonNa Bench you and now that the players are taken in their hands. They've taken that power away so I think that's a lot of people it's interesting so I don't know how much you know about my background map. But I kind of started this website <hes> we've one of these sports blogs in a kind of blew up and got big and I was able to sell it but the reason it started was because the Internet kind of took the power away from the gatekeepers you know back before you play in the N._B._A.. You know eighties early nineties. It was all about the newspapers controlled everything they controlled the narratives. What people ask what people talk about there was no social media there there was no internet and deciding back for a second to no social media idea like how much it's just engulfed the world much time breeze? I couldn't imagine if I had instagram when other U._C._l._A.. Going to some of these low nasty college cities like okay well. This is what's going on and I it's kind of a cheat code for the world and and we couldn't imagine living without it but there was a time you know we didn't even really care round cell phones yeah which is insane. We're you know we are getting true. <hes> and we're kind of that era where we grew up without cell phones and now we have to quickly pivot to have them at all times and understand all these new apps and all this stuff that's going on but you so much changed with the gatekeepers in the media. They have no power now the media's chasing what we talk about on radio on social media and you know kind of to an extent Xanthi N._B._A.'s dealing with the same thing they have no power no control. If Kevin Durant says you know what I think I'm going to go to the nets. I don't even need to talk to the team talk to the front office.

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"n._b._a" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"n._b._a" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"One thing maximizing profits at the expense of everyday citizens what government incentivizes shapes our national character thought to fall to that point where do these revenues still is there any sense of whether they're going to help the children or help struggling gamblers well it's that's a fascinating question and what i've been using through the years is the idea science-based legislation the idea thing if we're going to legalize these behaviors just like tobacco alcohol we need to put back into community protections protect those most vulnerable and a lot of states they'll say princeton's one percent of gambling revenue who go back to creating prevention and gambling treatment programs now that sounds like a lot but again and other states they don't have state-funded treatment or in other states what is given for gambling treatment is a tiny percentage will provided for drug and alcohol treatment which oftentimes way under utilized and under under available so the definitely needs to be a lot more attention paid to how do we allocate these resources properly so that the people who are in most need actually get it and to protect those who could potentially develop these conditions from preventing them the larger question is really what kind of society less puts out there what kind of society do all in create by having these legal forms of entertainment out that do have unfortunate side effects much more to discuss in a moment with dr timothy fong luke corum and kelly stuart kelly i'd love you to respond to one listener right the wrongs wrote on our website big big bucks are coming soon turning the n._f._l. m._l._b. n._b._a. and college sports into the w._w._e. officiating is already a joke they can only get worse i'd.

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"n._b._a" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"n._b._a" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Manage your your your graduate in sports might be what sports administration so sports business essentially gotcha okay all right give you a suggestion it's not it's not an absolute rule but i probably would do the n._b._a. and take some sports management classes okay then you can enter either field that n._b._a.'s got a lot broader brush a lot of different things you can do and it will still work going into sports management especially if you put some of those in your pocket while you're there like i did a bunch of grad psych work while i was doing undergrad with no intention whatsoever except i wanted the knowledge and what i do everyday it's turned out to have been a good investment so i had no intention of becoming a counselor i had no intention of getting a masters and that kind of stuff but i went ahead and took it just because i was interested in it and so you can put another feather in your cap so to speak the tool in your belt that way you do whatever you want but that's just an old guy looking at from the outside at what you're studying because always want people to get a good rate of return on the investment that they make an education and the best way to do that is the education leads them to lots of possible options where they make a lot of money and that gives you the right of return and so if you study something that's too nuanced and to narrow it's you might you might struggle and i'm not saying sports is to nuance or narrow but it is more narrow and nuance to than general m._b._a. an n._b._a. as a great field of study there's a lot of different stuff you can do for with it i've got a bunch of molnar team here very smart folks and i've learned a lot from them over the years so i thank you for joining us open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five we are glad you're here we appreciate you being there cathy's on facebook why do i pay taxes on social security is it's not a double taxation if i paid texas when i was working out is i can't answer that you'd have to call your congressman your senator your president until you don't want taxes on stuff you've already paid taxes on kind of like an estate tax pay all taxes on his crap finally able to save a little bit of it and leave it to my family but if i'm over five million dollars of that you wanna take fifty five percent of it all in the state fax i call it a death tax already been taxed on that stuff once his me off i'm with you so call your call your congressman won't be taxed twice with you so is.

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"n._b._a" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"n._b._a" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"A very unique position with the NBA and the WNBA of course the MGM and with through Jim urine as their CEO is the owner, of the Las Vegas aces are WNBA team in Las Vegas and addition. MGM is our partner in the Las Vegas summer league Jim and I. Had an opportunity, to spend a fair amount of time together I'm in July when I was in Las Vegas for the summer league and we said let's take advantage of this opportunity to do, something historic in that is to enter into the first commercial partnership between a gaming establishment and the NBA and this is important for a number of reasons obviously everyone is going to laud the n._b._a. for being first in line on this one they were the most ready before we had heard all the rumblings adam silver was one actually talking about this won't talk about tanking but he was willing to talk about gambling and public because the n._b._a. was going out in front of this the n._f._l. is kind of been hands off on this they've treated as a situation they want to monitor college coaches are even more worried about this and what it might mean for them having to actually give detailed injury reports all of these things where people have to give more information than they're comfortable with and the n._b._a. said no no no we actually get to control now the information and use it to our advantage and that's where it gets interesting is we wondered when all the sports gambling conversation started first and last michael junior here on e._s._p._n. radio and the e._s._p._n. app what it was going to mean because las vegas is existed for a long time without needing the leagues to get a cut in this They've. Been able to thrive and so people said well why. Would any other state need this well the NBA said all right we'll divide and conquer we'll take one specific casino resort MGM and say.

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