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"oden" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

01:47 min | Last month

"oden" Discussed on The Lead

"And a little side note here, straub. The PGA Tour currently only has four black players and research from the group. We are golf has found that only 3% of recreational golfers are black, a former CEO of the PGA of America, Pete pivot, has cited diversity as the sport's most pressing issue. So, you know, here's the Steph Curry and Greg oden junior for trying to address that. Definitely. All right, that's it for starting 5 from wondery..

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"oden" Discussed on Titus & Tate

Titus & Tate

01:58 min | 11 months ago

"oden" Discussed on Titus & Tate

"Overnight it feels like you just might like i like i like a natural progression with my arm. Sleeves showed up several league bergman. Damn what feels like a being ghastly. Because i was looking. I started pulled up pictures of i. I don't remember that when he was at ucla. But maybe i don't. I mean he had to ask. But i think like you said i think he's really leaned into the aesthetic where he is like a bird man. He's a character caricature now where he's like the ball brother. That comes off the bench. Just snipes yes great. it's great. it's great hornets. At least s of they weren't even on espn. I feel like there's a lot to talk about. I mean as we talked about the top picks. Can we talk about jalen. Green and kate cunningham. Because they back that that was the real. That's always really works. Basically the top two picks all eyes are on those guys. Who's better did the team that took the number one pick make the right decision. This is a tradition. That goes back at least in my mind. Two thousand seven. When greg oden i think is for. Some really game had sixteen fouls if i remember correctly. I'm exaggerating but only slightly. I do remember greg eight fouls greg players i remember there fouls was i think thon maker sourly game. Because he had ten thousand. I think greg was the other good that it did they. Nine thousand greg oden summer. League fells greg oden struggles fouls out of summer league. Yeah i tell you couldn't spell out greg. How ten thousand. Then he fell out july. Six thousand seven. Greg failed troubles followed him to the nba to portland. Trailblazers center picked up three thousand. The opening three minutes his professional debut. Las vegas had found out. What did fouls. It's amazing set odin smiling. I usually get thrown out after five.

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"oden" Discussed on X96

X96

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"oden" Discussed on X96

"Kerry Jackson and Bill All Red and Gina Barberry Katie. For short is our producer doing a fine job as always. In in the studio in downtown Salt Lake, and Skip and Miriam are helping out with the broadcast Today it's International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day. This is a day for the dogs. That's because there's no one else who can really appreciate the true value of a dog biscuit. They say. Every dog has its day, and it will definitely be his day today when you give them tasty dog biscuits. Okay, Here's the thing is that I I have like these, You know, Expensive natural dog treats for my dogs. Are they vegan? Nothing but the best know they're hardly vegan. But nothing but the best for my dogs now. Ripley has this special heart medicine that I can only get mailed to me. And whatever the heart medicine arrives once a month. They include in the box. Milk bone. You know the famous dog biscuit, trashy fast food. You know, this spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, Harry. That's and They tear into that milk bone. But I'm I'm giving them the high end stuff and they're like, and it's OK. But the mission to do this. Yeah. The milkman comes Get him some milk bone. It's like a cheeseburger in the man. All right? We have Ryan. Let's go to Ryan. Hello, Ryan. You've saved the check in feature, Do you? Are you glad of that? Let's go to we lost Ryan. Let's go to Ah! Bretton Brayden. Brayden Bratton. Who is it? Brayden break. It's braided high after Brad, That's fine, okay? So what's up with you today? Just driving to work currently, Uh, you know, I'm really, really, really, really, really tired of distracted drivers and people that don't want Tonto focus on the road. Or do the speed limit on? I just really wanted to get that off my chest. I wish people would Didn't take a moment to realize what they're doing, as many of them are checking in with the radio from hell show and that's why they're distracted. Well, no, because they don't have the capabilities that height, of course. So so my daughter's been studying for the to get her driver's learner's permit. And so now she's aware of the rules of the road, and when I drive with her, inevitably, it's like, Hey, you can't do that. You can't change things like that. You know, she's noticing everything, and she's like Peter driving, but you should know people. Yeah. How did these people get their license? I'm not lucky. I was fortunate. My father's been in law enforcement for the majority of my life. So my driving test was pretty thorough. Well, Mother, aren't you aware of Goering? You're going right now. Now, you know there's one way to solve that genius. What I had to do with my kid. In the car with him duct tape. Uh, no. Yeah. There you go. That works perfectly. Thanks, Brayden. Thanks, Brady. Thank you guys. Let's go to Sarah. Really? Quick. Hi, Sarah. Sarah, How are you? I'm doing just fine. How are you guys? Okay. What's up with you today? Why did you call the check in Uh, I always just get it. I get so much anxiety every morning during this teacher because I feel like nobody's gonna go in the floundering and I've pulled into another time to try to save you guys. They're flounder. Go bring Sarah like nobody else. And please, So I don't I'd like to just point out Every day that the show was on What you're hearing is four hours of floundering auras. We professionally anxiety as we professionally call it farting around. Yeah. Have started around. Well, I mean, I get me a society. I'm so worried for you guys. I felt like I got to help him out. You know, so I don't have anything to talk about. I'm eating a B stick and a cheese stick right now. On my way to work. Wow. Like one in each hand you alternate wanted. No. They're actually built in one hand, so I could get a bite of both at the same time. Ordinarily, Sarah combo ordinarily, Sarah, this would not bother me. But my stomach is a little upset this morning and just hearing about that. I gotta hang up now. It's just making me okay. Thanks, Sarah. Yeah. You just You can picture it, though. She's driving a stake in a cheese stick and, yeah, Yeah. Sounds good. I've been I fallen in love with these beef sticks that you can buy at Costco. Apparently, you could get this big bag of beef sticks. They're called, like flying girl, Oden's or something like that. But there, you know, like that Slim Jims or whatever they're about. 2.5 3 inches long, little bite size. They're great. You've fallen in love with the fallen in love with him Fall in love with beef sticks all over again. Traffic police, Jenna We did have Ah, issue already this morning, and it's an issue. Downtown. I think it's a traffic lights at four South fourth East signal problems, all directions. Treat that as a four way stop crash. Westbound I 80 mile post 1 13. That's the 5600 West Exit ramp. Partially blocking the lane there, and that's all you dots telling me. But what are you telling me? Do you see any traffic issues that need attending to and it's safe for you to text. You could do that at 33986. All right. We will take a break. We will be back..

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"oden" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"oden" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

"Right away so our grunted. This is heavy even for me. Oh well up. We go using the magic of his hammer. Thor flew to the surface the mighty chain trailing in clanging behind him like an endless metal midgard serpent they found fenris or on a beach by the atlantic ocean. It had only been a week but had grown. Even more than they would have thought possible the giant wolf was now the size of a warship and he was making a meal of a colossal blue wail back. Again he growled our last chain failed. Oden said we were hoping you'd let us test another fan. Rear stopped his feast blubber in his for and trained his red eyes on the massive links of chain. I am strongest. he said. try me. Thor heff did the chain and they fastened it to fend warriors leg. They stood back. Sure that this time would work. The wolves kicked his leg and the chain rattled and clanked but held strong. It's working bellowed. Thor let's go get a drink. Wait a minute said tier send rear chuckled and the wolves laugh was like a deep grading noise. They could feel in their bellies Good for i. He said but brad shane. He turned and bit the binding. His evil teeth sank through the iron links like butter and the chain fell to pieces at his feet. Maybe next time he growled and then he turned back to his wale. The gods retreated back underground. The land of the dwarves grumbling and looking over their shoulders the entire way. What now raged for smashing a part of boulder with his hammer. Loki has let this beast loose on the world. And what can we do about it. We've made the biggest chain in all the world said tier else. Can we do. As they argued among the hammers and furnaces and workers at their forges a stout dwarf approached them he was short and broad even for a dwarf with hugely muscled arms and shrewd is under a sit stained brow. I've heard what you're after he said. And you're going about it the wrong way. And who are you snarled. Thor.

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"oden" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"oden" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"About to jump off here in just a second, and, uh, my television screen they're showing DeAndre Ayten. Who is playing well, Hmm. So I'm against the Warriors. Look good is play well this season. Young man is definitely improved really? Every year since he Came into the league. I'm looking at DeAndre and I'm trying to figure out how old he is. Right now. Just give me a second. Because he looks Ah, uh, a y T o and he looks significantly older than he Actually is, he is 22. Years old do look like he 32 And actually, that reminded me of Greg Oden. The Andre Aiden is a new Greg Oden, Greg Open even when he was in college when he was supposedly 19 years old. Look like he was 39 years old. You look at the Andre Aidan right now, especially not to be rocking a beard and no way that news 22 years old. No way. Money, you DeAndre Get down and sit here and listen to your DeAndre eight and slander. Thistle, kaboom! Nothing nothing to get his skill set. I'm just saying that maybe the books have been cooked in terms of his age. You know, DeAndre don't look like you're 22 years old top. You shaving my fourth great couple weeks back. I'm I'm so sorry. I've been so teacher, your wildcat teammate my bad back off my scurrilous accusations of DeAndre Ayten, not necessarily for the recruiter about its age. My apologies. You have scared me off Benson Ruder. I like the way Dreamin says it was such distain Rodney McGruder router That's almost like Jordan. It is the glove and You know, Reid, You weren't the only one. I said it on the years some of it and went McGruder. Yeah, absolutely helping grouper Ruder. Uh, I'm gonna emphasis on the G part of the MacGruder. It was intended it was intended and received a respectful so not doesn't rival though Jordan with the glove Yeah, but not the middle. Of course, That's Jordan saying it to Rodney McGruder Theglobe. Like Jordan Classical. You can't let that stuff goes on with. Absolutely no. That's what George has been every morning. Everything like real or proceed is the fuel that But I guess I guess his engine, I guess every slight no matter whether it was present in the past doesn't matter. Go back, 30 years to find a slave. Uh, God, the funny Mark Willard's coming up at six o'clock. We'll find out what's on his mind on his show, Maybe throw a couple of funny Zach chair before we get out of here. It's six o'clock here on the Tolbert, Kruger and Brooks Show. You're smart speaker is a radio. Listen,.

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"oden" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"oden" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"Heal, from Oden with energy that was drama from their childhood that was trauma certain relationships, they needed to take care of that in a normal Doctor usually is going to be treating the disease itself, but sometimes, it's should start with the patients. Probably they're going through a lot. They have had a lot of traumas you need to take care of those in order for them to be able to receive sometimes something that will help them more than the medication, Yup. So. Yeah. I was I was thinking today actually you go to a doctor and Say, I've got this probably would have A. Right here look on system topping the symptoms and it was say Elvis Word fucking down syndrome threats whatever. And then say, Oh, list of therapies or medicines or prescriptions that are the patients had it will put off his thing. He goes the the shop he hands on with thing and they give it to you right It's like they are trained to look for the symptoms provide the medicine rather than actually like Oh that was it. I was on very powerful at Caen medication because I had boils on my hat. Right my dad was like you don't need that. But almost like the head he's suffering, my bad could win. Because it was against him and so he just the bay took these toddlers talking everything was drawing my gooch, my nose, my eyes the fucking everything. And experts came back when I came off air and. I realize now that. For example dairy. Milk cow's milk. has of testosterone no, it creates a lot of testosterone. If got oily blocked pause, it will increase testosterone levels in your body, which essentially increases the oiliness in your pause. So if they're blocked, it will just build up and so I've always drunk milk my whole life. I've always had really bad spots. I came off milk for three weeks because I just for no reason, I was not stressed also eating bad had these tiny white spots around my mouth. and cut out bread thinking it was bread. It wasn't a milk sports disappeared and always having a milken milk and and then I came out on the milk for three weeks off the woods saw being having mookie in for like three or four days. I've got these white spots back and I looked online and it was. The increase of testosterone nearly skin. So threats was creating a lot of stress stress meaning pressure under my skin which meant hotspots mixing it with my dire. Didn't help, but to touching my face washing because we're told to wash off as which as knocking off the scabs making our face dryer. So then you put creams onto new moisturizer, which then puts shit inside the pause. It was like a fucking disaster no matter what I did I have bad spots and simply will not stop wash my face when I stopped taking any creams and medicines and I stop thinking meditating and a good daughter sports disappeared. So what I'm getting is that You said something about Oh. Yes. So we don't want the dog so he didn't say oh Are you drinking milk? Are you drinking bread? Milk and bread before you this fucking powerful medic medicine. No he destroyed the prescription and it was like is the same thing for everything people treat the cancer they give chemotherapy whatever they didn't ask like. Are you fucking like..

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"oden" Discussed on Rocket IT Podcast

Rocket IT Podcast

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"oden" Discussed on Rocket IT Podcast

"And so that was from two dozen ten to two thousand thirteen and then I got another point where I said you know after accomplishing that. We keep doing this. And just do it in perpetuity. This is the type of business I want to run for the next you decades and I asked myself a second question Again neither of these questions were as clear at the time is that they are doing now. Really the second wise. If I could do anything I wanted vocationally what would I do? Would it be to start and run marketing company and I couldn't enthusiastically? Yes and so. I knew I couldn't be all in I. I couldn't continue it and it was a small company so there wasn't it wasn't enough to to sell it so it was really shut it down and so then there's kind of the reality of okay will. I do have three kids at the time and in a wife and financial obligations. So I can't just you know just go do what I really WanNa do. I had to figure out transition plan. And so I. If freelancing really became a cake sort of found me I had customers and people I knew from a network started reaching out to me in fact. I think you're one of those in the first few months and I had a handful of products on my plate and I was a freelancer and so for about eight months that was in two thousand and fourteen by the end of two thousand fourteen. Those projects never stopped coming and was it. Yeah and it was interesting because the vessel prize you yeah because because a noodle auto kind of a temporary stopgap until you're next what would I do what I go work with? Someone writes new company. Whatever you know probably mostly towards just traditional employment But freelancing happened and it continued and I was making money at it and I realized you know all the things I learned in business I could apply to freelancing and I could business one Solo preneurs in that way and so But contrast to noodle had marketing was noodle had With the staff with the team with the overhead with all the things that go with having a company Every month starts over in terms of how much money you the the ink the expenses always carry over but the income starts over in a Lotta ways so But I was always having to to sail to go. Find prospects sell sell them on their services and bring in the deal and then do the next one in the next one. But with freelancing it was the opposite it was coming to me and so that was very different so two thousand fifteen really at the end of two thousand fourteen and into two thousand fifteen decided. I'm going to lean into this. This is working. I'm going to embrace it. I'm going to figure out how to master it. So the end of two thousand fifteen. I had other freelancers that we're seeing what I was doing. Success was having and they started asking questions. How do you? How do you get over this obstacle challenge whatnot and so? I started mentoring other freelancers and ended up doing that for about a year took about a dozen freelancers through process and a lot and it kind of morphed into the book and and they helped me make the book better and that was my first book path of the freelancer which published into dozen seventeen the year after that so amass really warily fame store as well. I mean I was. I was on a movie with Tom Cruise. Who has never seen that? That really work up yes. Atf agent so when that when that trailer came out. I made the trailer and then in the movie. So that was that was fun. But yeah so I feel like we're going to have to resource in a cycle it so And that Kinda gets to the heart of what I love. Which is storytelling a movie. Making you know I remember in high school After Press Saving Private Ryan came out. I watched the behind the scenes of of Steven Spielberg Story. And that inspired me to WanNa make movies and so on that whole storytelling angle. And so writing was a was a way for me to move in that direction in this first book was away for me to take that first step and it would allow me to tell my story but also share systems. That were working for me as a freelancer also to help other freelancers and that was kind of at a moment where. I I had some successes. Freelancer things were steady. I had published my first book and now Z. Will Start Thinking about Miami game and were I want this to go and Not your blogging throughout the newer development. Yes so I started blogging At the end of my company Three months before I started freelancing while I did it several times a week. She didn't realize it been that long. Yeah so it's it's almost six years now and About you're getting a hand and it's it's great to look at the old post and go I am. I am getting good and I can see the difference right which is awesome to see that progress As we grow. But one of the things I realized when I I wish I would have done ten years ago. Worked at that point ten years ago soon. So sixteen now Was blog regularly and what I realize in really per building a personal brand blogging and the reason I felt that way was because I had done a lot of different things I did noodle had marketing but also you know I did a political new side. I did a satire website. I've had all these different side projects if you will. And so but every time I did went from one thing to the next it was always starting over and and it just it's really hard to start over lice. So if I had done this thing where I built this personal Brent personal platform and in that case it would have been a blog and even if it was just you know a few times a year update it and had done that ten years before and then I just kept that up. It would have been this This resource to help me. What whatever I was doing and will allow me to transition between one project to the next more seamlessly into carry any kind of audience or connections relationships or projects with me in that journey. So I really. I also saw it more practically at by blogging regularly. It will would allow me to connect with people that would be interested in working with me and you know whether learn point me or or relaxing which would add continued to do that. And so Blogging kind of evolved from kind of this resource. Something that I wanted to keep active to something. That would help me grow my freelancing to something I did it for its intrinsic value in terms of helping me process and share ideas but also because I just love writing and I always loved writing or something. Yeah I think there was always a passion for it. I always kind of look back. I remember in high school. I used to write these emails. And just tell these crazy stories and I would just email people that I knew and family and friends so we didn't have. I remember. We passed notes. I guess I was what it was. I would just tell these crazy stories and I pull my is funny because I pull my friends into him so they would be. I would take a friend in their name. They put him in the story in this. Be Their story but it would be completely fictional and it was just fun stuff so I'm always did that kind of stuff you know. Journal Oden in Rhode stuff and and made things like that but it was never like I never thought of myself as a writer never really you know practice it or even did much of it in school. In fact my dad used to have me Right book reports for five dollars it. We read the book and then if we did the report we get five dollars so I would write these book reports but I was doing it for the five dollars is I love to write Pretty cool idea but it got me going going so nice so he. He helped find my my reading journey. I suppose so. You're developing your blogging platform. Yeah you're developing your personal brand Internet you've got your first book out yeah Somewhere we skipped From three children to five children. Exactly what happened next? Yes so You know things continued to go steady. a big milestone for for me was Young graduating college in two thousand eight but I also as a result of that got a lot of student loan debt so this year As a big topic yes. So we When we paid it off a few months ago which we finally did and freelancing and entrepreneurship. Wow were his ways. Thank you Were what helped us do that? Ironically I had wanted to go to entrepreneurship I you know. Just go right in but I went to school I and again it was that speed bump as whereas the student loan so but entrepreneurship that at the turned it around so hundred we paid off one hundred and fifty five thousand dollars ten years. We'll be both me and my wife student loans combined and that's with interest and everything we borrowed like around ninety so about sixty grand of it was interest and so As students we don't tend to realize how much that interest accumulates as were painted off. I hesitate to ask but the burn curiosity what to do it anyway. Yes worthy investment. You know not not in the educational sense I think in the life lessons. Yes but in terms of the school itself I have a. I have a bit of regret or for going down the road I I would have done it if I would have been intelligent through the whole process. I would have done it differently. Not say that but not borrowed as much. Maybe maybe still go to college but do it in a a bootstrapping kind of way So even if there was doubt it was it was minimal I went to a fancy art college and was highly expensive so ended. I went for a degree. Which is in Three D. animation or I and every day I use every day So we're kidding. Yeah that's not something that I got a practical benefit from so if so the other aspect is may be getting a degree in something that was more relevant to one ended up doing now again I love storytelling and film and animation. So maybe there's a redeeming Conclusion to that story in my future but but for now it is something that That is a a bit of English as well as You know all right well. It sounds still a huge deal. Janas allow Dutch or anyone yes Particularly for a young growing family yes as a lot. Yes you paid it off. You conquered it yes. Congratulations yes. Thank you ironic. Interesting enough The way that I would have gone about it. It was would have been different if if it was me as an individual but I am married and so we me and my wife both have different goals and aspirations and she wanted to own. A home are banned transmission. Went out to. There's a lot of things that happened during that time of life That that they extended it. But we also bought our first house during you know In two thousand seventeen and so I love were sugarhill Ghana area and so having that I wouldn't take that back to pay the student loan off earlier. You know. In retrospect but because of how it's unfolded it was just different than it. I would probably chosen but I'm grateful for how it's unfolded and so really in the last In this kind of goes to the kind of ties into the second book is the last six years Had BEEN REALLY REBUILDING OUR LIVES? Building my vocation Moving buying a home he offered debts kinda closing out past and rebuilding building. The future for both me my marriage and in my family our community and so the jump is symbolic for me a lot of ways that it represents the jump that I've made Mugabe binger new book correct. Yeah yeah.

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"oden" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"oden" Discussed on A New Direction

"And noble and favorite bookstore if they don't have it just tell them get it. It's available. It's also available kindle as well all but one of the things that just really really struck me. was you know what you're also saying in. This book is how to be a better parent that you're you're also saying without saying that you know you know. If you really want to have healthier children you need to be there emotionally not just physically. You can't just you can't just supply the physical needs of your children in expect that to be good enough. You have to be there emotionally for your children and I think that's the other side of this book that you don't come right out and say but man it really spoke to me. Yes yes because I'm working with a couple who you were thinking about getting married but they have so much to work on because those past experiences in childhood then in order for them to get married the need to go down this road and most people go through life not uncovering the pain or childhood so ninety percent of the population. I'm GonNa say you know conservatively a goal through life not understanding why they do what they do because of what happened to them in the past in okay so I know this is going to be a rabbit trail that we didn't plan plan on going down but we're going to do to do it anyway because this is. This is why I love the books much because it made me. This book made me think hard right N. B. and here's the thing is like if you don't as a parent if you don't address the the your own emotional needs that didn't get met right and then you become a parent what are you. What are you going to begin. What can you actually fleet. Give to your children. You're you'RE GONNA. Make them pay for what you didn't get and you're gonNA treat him. Probably the same way that you didn't like to eighty treated so the cycle continues this pretty. That's that's pretty deep man because I mean it's it's it's pretty deep because as I think about this even further I go. I know that people are going are yelling right now at their radios IOS and their maybe their facebook the yelling at me. My family was just fine. My family was perfect. I I don't know how dare you you know and I'm like going. We'll we'll hold it here. Our parents weren't perfect. I mean it's okay it. They weren't you know they did the best they could under under the circumstances. It still doesn't mean that right. I mean there's still stuff. We need to look at under the hood. Somebody gave me respond when someone says I had the perfect life or the perfect childhood asked this question. Please give an example so we can get it off the table. Tell me how you like perfect so we can move on if all you need lead and everything was great number good and ninety nine point nine percent. I haven't heard one yet so give us some okay. I want you to dig into of this because I think this is really important because I think there are people who are listening in going well. My childhood was perfect so what would be. What are the typical responses that you get from people when you ask them that question? They give me the give me a side look and it gets sneering at me some Cassatt me and even listen. I'm not I'm not judging you. I just want you were thinking all. I'm doing a speaking the truth about your life. I'm not trying to be right or wrong order bed. Let's just speak the truth so look back. Think about it and tell me what tell me Your Life Story and then they all came back with something they didn't get and it's usually catching coaching bonding right and it's usually the validation is usually the predictability of the parent all sorts of things it's also when you get bombarded with with physical needs of the toys and the things in the you know the cars and the stop then you do think I think life is pretty damn but when you look when you when you're twenty two thousand ten twenty years later life is good wasn't really and give you this example because at a client that I was interviewing me help her marriage. She goes like this. I had a perfect life then. I wanted to ask her if it was perfect. Why do you continued to date? A man constantly cheats on you so there's nothing on your side of the fence that we need to look at ouch. You created doesn't make sense if you're gonNA keep dating a man who was cheating on you but it doesn't make sense of course you didn't hire me well of course you did. You spoke burning truth right. 'cause you 'cause 'cause yes. You would have to look at the real reason we talked about earlier. Show right. I I love this by the way if you're just joining US thank you everybody who's watching and listening on facebook live and for the folks who are listening here on cashbox. I Bet Fan we appreciate you tuning in and of course everybody who is joining us on Iheartradio itunes spotify and all the hundreds of podcasts across the country. Thank you for doing that and also the folks at the Oak Ninety three point five. FM and thank you for joining us and listening to a new.

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"oden" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

10:47 min | 3 years ago

"oden" Discussed on A New Direction

"DOT COM and we're back here with with Michael Odin and he is the author of this outstanding book when Nobody's home the Wi- to your behavior so Mike Alicia dig right in because there are awesome staggering statistics that I wanna Kinda get to here and you wrote in this book and I WanNa talk about the orphan child. I know that chapter one has some other things but really this thing is about the orphaned abandoned child and I know that I'm GonNa have a lot of people say well. I was never orphaned or abandoned but there was a time in the ninety s where we called these kids latchkey kids. Do you remember the member that right. There is no parent. There is no parent home. 'cause you know sometimes. I hear people. Call the parent. These parents were called dinks. well some were called dinks but some had kids right dink's our kids but then a lot of these people had double incomes with kids right and they were and so but these there the wasn't apparent at home or and what you found is that what was happening was well. I'll let you explain what happens when the child has no parent or at home and then we'll get into especially the father figure well. The child begins to look. Tell US consistency assistance from the caretaker. Are you going to be there when I need you to be there when you get home from work when I go to bed when I wake up and what happens when the Turkey isn't there then the child starts creating their own world. Acting themselves is something I'm doing is something I did. Why aren't you there for me so these other things they hold onto and these are the things things that then we'll start. Doing bills are looking elsewhere to get their need for attention connection validation that family so the child is absent from those particular needs at that particular point in his life or her life and so the jury began but who am I and and and do you care you. Do I matter and will listen and this becomes by the way this becomes an issue because a lot of times. I think people are gonNA. Think yeah. Well my dad. My Dad and mom were together the whole time but that doesn't necessarily mean that that these young people's emotional ocean needs were getting mad right just because they were you're right. I get that all the time well. I had both parents and I and I hear them. Here's one of the most talk in the phrases I hear I had everything and then it would tell me all the physical needs for food shelter clothes toys cars then need it but they never tell me what about your action and then they give me a fuck but it makes an extra mother they talk to you today. Bond with you with her physical fiction and then they start shaking her head then reality kicks percents didn't realize they were never there even though they were in front of me doing they they were taking me to school and taking place they never connected with the the only time they connect with me if I got a C. in the class but they get straight from from the from the kids'll get straight. A.'s going to talk to me but if I get a C. or d. then all hell breaks loose but they see me right now. We now need tragically yet. This is the interesting thing for me because when you wrote this book you know a lot. Sometimes I think people want to jump to well. These are people who are low income people and you know these these people with lower incomes. They're the ones with the problems albums but that's that's not your experience here. Your experience is a listen. You were dealing with a millionaire kids who had every advantage in the world and they still had to deal with their own issues right. Though so why should we say advantage wash that'd be careful because it goes like breath and this is what I say I get the rich on the hill and got the guys in County jail and the risk is on the hill their fathers producers of movies big time lawyers. Just we're there all the time. They're gone then you go down to up. The Hill and these guys kiss their father's in jail. They're gone. They're both gone it. Just you get away with more stuff on the hill and you get to do other things so you can't be seen we're in. We're in on the hook which you get your on the street now joining a gang and doing your thing right. The problem is exactly the same right because because the thing is if the parent is is absent the parent is absent and if the parent is absent emotionally. It doesn't matter what your income bracket is. If the parent is absent emotionally the things that that you were talking about here in when nobody's home can still occur and do it doesn't matter it doesn't matter Sir was human and I'll they wanted to be valued heard loving chair for so. I'm GonNa matter where you talk about in chapter two you talk about the fatherless child and the importance of the father. Why is the father figure so important to the essence of when nobody's home why's that why's it the father that you really put put a lot of pressure on it. It's because I had mostly male classical basin officer I had most of those ten thousand people were were male essay about a few hundred female female and they were missing their fathers as well and the father establishes the that that'd be a story but the winter called protector right you know the the one who makes the family secure and what happens is because the boys it is one of the boys flying and this is where the girls do better because the boy are looking for that person that wants to become and when they hit the age of eight to ten they look around. That guy isn't there. They don't know who they're going to be calm. The women the mother usually stays home and takes care of the child so they have someone to so they know who they're going to be because they're still there so they have that role model and the boys look in their direction. There's nobody there so they get lost in the scrambling through life joining gangs and doing all kinds of life diminishing behavior in society and that so that's where the that's where the father comes because especially for boys that's who they're going to you become and you don't have it in their lost. I found this. I found this to be really really intriguing. I just want to read some of these statistics that you you quoted in terms of fatherless fatherless children from fatherless homes and we're not talking about fathers that were absent physically but we're but we're but we're talking about fathers. Were absent emotionally so listen. It's children fathers homes. Are This is from Michael's book by five times more likely to commit suicide thirty to thirty two times more likely to run away twenty times more likely to have some sort of behavioral disorder fourteen times more likely to commit rape nine times more lack of likely to drop out of high school ten times more likely to abuse chemical substances. This is nine times more likely to end up in a state operated institution twenty times more likely to end up in prison and then there was some there was some really staggering other pieces that I was just like what and it was like daughters. A single parents are fifty three percent more likely to marry teenagers and one hundred and sixty four percent more likely to have a premarital birth and ninety two percent more likely to to dissolve their own marriages Michael. These are staggering statistics. I stayed I've seen through my office for twenty years. I mean we enter them. It's a normal way of living as a normal way of looking at the world basically surviving the best you can what happens is we try to make up what we didn't get the kid if we get married. We think it'd be that person's going to solve our problems. If we have a baby the baby will love me from the women. You know if I have this family. If I do these things my life will be better as opposed to looking back at the past about about the people who were unable to be there for you and your caretaker and we talked about this earlier in the show. Some people don't WanNa look in those who do have an advantage right. We get in denial here right. I mean we just we did which by the way denial for those people who are playing at home. The denial isn't isn't my if you have an acronym for denial that my wife gave me years decades ago and it is don't even know now. I am lying okay. That's that's right. That's that's denial that my wife gave me and it's really true right because we don't even realize we're lying to our the two are to ourselves because you know the truth of the matter is even if we are in a marital situation and this is the thing that came that really struck me e. Let's say you're married and let's say okay my I'm. I'm married and not happy but I'm not going to divorce my spouse. So what is something that sometimes Mary Couples Apple's due to try to feel like the go okay. We're going to have a baby right and it's right because they just have a baby in the marriage right because the the the the one person feels like I'm not being loved by my spouse saw get the child to love me and I tried to get my I'll try to get my needs met through this child child. Even though the marriage is intact and it made and on the outside it may look like it's great but underneath it all when you see the what I would call the codependent knit relationship on the child you go. There's something wrong with the marriage right. I mean that's my. That's my first my first indications when you are so enmeshed with your children that your that you that you're the end though you tell me my husband and I have a great marriage but you're so messed with your child. I don't believe you I don't I don't I just don't believe it. I because you can't convince me that if your marriage was that great that you would be that enmeshed with your child and and what do you do into the child in the process right and they're gonNA pay for that so this is the other side of the book that you you don't come right out and talk about but I found to be absolutely intriguing and brilliant and that is if you look at this if you're currently apparent okay and you listen to those statistics if you're currently apparent and you listen to the statistics that I just write off from Michael Kodansha Book when nobody's home which by the way is available Amazon Barnes.

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"oden" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

07:54 min | 3 years ago

"oden" Discussed on A New Direction

"Advanced knowledge about how your communication style behavior and beliefs impact your performance and in your personal life and in the workplace place so ladies and Gentlemen and please welcome to the show Michael S Odin Michael Welcome to new direction. Thank you for having me appreciate it. You are so welcome so I we're. We're GONNA get into this this book. I I loved this book by the way I told you off air that you know I read it twice because I found that if I start reading it and I wrote this in the Amazon Review that will be available here for those people who are winning where the Amazon reviews if you can't find it right now because usually shows up a couple of days later I when I wrote the Amazon Review. I said you know when I first read it. I wasn't sure and then when I kept reading I go oh my gosh this books for me and I was like you know what there's a lot of pieces in my life that I recognize that I start doing those dumb things that are habitual and I started realizing that you know if I go back to my childhood that when I look at some of the things that there's sometimes I'm every time time every time I look at the stuff that they do that stupid. You know that it keep doing the same thing over and over again. I have to realize that there's an emotional disconnect for me and I'm I'm using that whatever that is to to fulfil an emotional need and and when I started to look at that I started relies well and I got the moments so this book I know you wrote this book in terms of you know at from a probation officer e because he did all the the study but really this book is for everybody right. Oh yes it is. It's it's we're all human and that's what people need to remember how much money you make. I don't care where you live. Our childhood had a huge impact on depending how our childhood was presented to us will dictate how we see ourselves and how we present ourselves teacher in you. You've taken a lot of different I found as a psychological professional professional. I've found that you took a lot of different different. not a lot but you've taken a few different psychological approaches into building this whole this whole system that you've developed and right. We call the needs method right. This is what is called. The needs is at right now. Rank face method needs based method explain explain for the listeners the the needs based just to just to give them an overview well. Everything we do is based on the need otherwise we don't do it so we're getting the need met so. I decided to find it as finding be behavior behind sort of funny behavior behind the scene. We're uncovering your behavior. You see why you do what you do and the reason is is because most people don't know why they do like you mentioned before because you're so up close and personal the action and you can't see my job is to pull you back and see what need is being met by you doing what you do and what you find that out. You have a high propensity to change because you now understand why you mean circular meticularly. D Do you find. Do you find that we sometimes just don't WanNa. Look back at our past. That is the number one fear I've had many of my clients and no one wants to look back because no one wants to realize that the main people in their lives. They're looked up to as their heroes. How's the Hero's journey that they don't want to admit that they were unable to meet their needs because as a parent or growing up and it's very painful I I noticed that one of the things in this book that you do is matter of fact I've been following you on linked in and by the way you can follow Michael on linked in and twitter as well just look up Michael s Odin O. D. E. N. and by the way here for those people who are watching it on facebook live and I know you can't see it and thank you cast box. FM light people for being with us the books called win. Nobody's home the white ear behavior but you can look Michael Up and you can follow him on twitter and also on facebook booking and also on linked in and I've been following recently and one of the things that followed you is. You've been talking a lot about the hero's journey because I really have found that. That seems to be something. That's really really important to you and also as part of when nobody's home. Can you enlighten people. I know we're GONNA talk about it more in depth but can you enlightened people under the hero's journey and wide that so important to this book into the Hero's journey is about is really by Joseph Cambell who who study almost three thousand culture eighteen hundred cultures around the world and they'll have one thing in common and that's the Hero's journey and that's the journey and individual take in order to to go full circle into discovering themselves get rid getting rid of bad habits increase in good habit binding go with your strength and is the main thing and it's called the sixth episode the Supreme Ordeal Facing that thing in your life that has caused you pain and caused you not to move forward and fulfil your potential and once you get past potential and you go back back once you get past that the primer deal you're able to get the reward and go back with information you collect it and start over again and what that does. I use that because it's tonight. It's easy to explain something what we're going to do on our journey to get you whole again. I really you know I never thought about applying the hero's journey journey to you know the idea of okay. Listen whatever I'm dealing with right. Whatever my credit is my dark side. I sometimes called the backside right well I do because you know here's the thing about the hero's journey it is there any better example of a hero's journey in movies than Luke skywalker dealing having to go through everything he went through to finally dealing with his father and then becoming a Jeddah Djeddai and making that come full circle. Is there anything I to me. That is the ultimate like you know movie. You know movie trilogy of of the Hero's journey right. Oh absolutely looney beautiful and guess what what you just said the movie industry every movie you see about a hero's journey and the ones I can pick out are are the Neo and look. What's that movie called the hold the hand up and stops the bullets? Oh Matrix yeah right right right and then we have the ones that the golden rings are throw and Gandalf right right right right the other the the Rings Yeah Lord of the Rings. What are the rains right so those are perfect examples of I'm a hero and what they need to do to get through to where they have groped empowerment and they were all turn on a you know I just I really really loved that and I really loved because you know I my big thing about any time that we ever right when and author writes a book on psychology and and benefits other people people one of the things that I always say. Is You know what how can you make it applicable. I love the Hero's journey that you use actually throughout this book to help us understand understand. How how it is that you know. This is how we're going to deal with whatever we've got to deal with the weather. Whatever the addiction is exactly I Iran and noticing the hero's journey you start out in the ordinary world and the first of the refusal because most people don't WanNa make that stuff to go. You know I WANNA change. I'm afraid Rachel and something might push you in the wretched. That's that keeps you going and all of a sudden you beat your mentor who will guide along this journey to where you need to go and Michael Odin. Is that mentor. We're going to talk to him right after we do this. You know what today's show is brought to you by who else inline business brokers and advisors and they partner with business owners when it is time to sell their businesses so when it's time to sell your business contact the professionals at.

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"oden" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"oden" Discussed on High Noon

"He's six eight none of us were making his argument like well you got all these guys better six later taller maybe you're going too far and there's no question is do they had anybody who get his own shot and do they have enough shooting right those seem to be the problem this seems like they signed al horford so that al horford could not play against them anymore well i don't worry at all about al horford being a power forward as our whoever's been a power forward playing position for the last twelve years you might see a better al horford then you've ever seen but he will allow them to space the floor he can pass i just don't know it vincennes still can't shoot what do we even talking about that to me is the question when it comes to the playoff so what do we see every year ben simmons finding a floor that is crowded and he can't really do much because he cannot shoot al horford should alleviate that al horford with taking like four threes a game making about forty percent for a couple of years now that's fantastic i think josh richardson will health space the floor maybe you know like i guess but outside of those two men like it seems like they're gonna set themselves up for a lot of frustration and he's after the fact they're going to be monstrous or defense monstrous in that helps enclosing it looks like greg go and try and get back at the dmv hey brad celebrate it looks like he's at the top of the draft board for the washington generals the kids know who the washington generals are you guys know who the washington generals are okay here here we go rats driver out of rainy getting that word vote in the hey greg greg cody was like barbecue chicken greg oden with the short sleeve still bringing in the town of reading flanders roll up on purpose because he why what you would expect it will look like in that new is getting schooled by that good just mad at screaming at the referee you brought a call three seconds right there and actually feels like ryan scallop greenie upon further reflections should have different jobs but inset no is getting just destroyed by a guy who seems like he's pretty good at basketball again you do that to me one more time i'm a called opposing i mean that was logist rapper i did but are you sad though that we never really got this greg goading for longer than we did in the league because greg oden has skills he has died he just probably never that he wasn't good he just couldn't stay healthy i mean we'd better but he's been through a lot since then i'll be happy inclosing you know how sometimes one single person screw something up for a whole lot of other people yup that's not just a metaphor for me on the show but also an actual race between he isn't running of money you were in france is announcing of hell indie out in that spot circle was the guy who started all this i mean you say one person messed it up it's called the mountain of hell i can't blame that one do 'cause everybody else seemed and know what what's common yeah there's a certain hellish i think presumption built into this entire enterprise prize but we'll just keep going down the hill like at what point do you like now i'm good what am i favored games with this video is just pick anybody just watch what happens to them because we have people flying over people bailing out at the top.

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"oden" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"oden" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"Hey, y'all. Welcome to the Marty. Smith's America podcasts? All you'd be three and India's. Also joining us this week. Greg Oden number one overall pick in the two thousand seven in VA draft, a former all American at travis's the Ohio State University in his one season in Columbus. And someone who has intrigued me for a long time. And I always wondered what how he would define his path because it's such an interesting path people will use the word bust forever when it comes to Greg. But I think that all of that is a subjective thing his NBA career did not turn out how he hoped it would certainly how the Portland trailblazers hoped. It would certainly, but so much of that was contingent on the fact that he was injured all the time. He had three microfracture surgeries that is. That is crazy his body just gave up on him. And people forget that. He was an utterly dominant force when he was healthy as a young player his year, Ohio State was tremendous. And then he gets to the league and his body starts to break down. And it never truly recovered. You'll learn during the interview what that was like for him. What he went through emotionally as a result of that and decrease. He used to manage it all it is a phenomenal fascinating conversation with someone that I've long been again Bev been very intrigued by but someone I've been mired because it's easy for us on the outside. It's easy for those of us on the outside to look at somebody and go all man, they suck. All man, there a bust. All man, their failure is so easy for us to say that because it's not our life. But if we actually take the time to consider the emotion that's involved in it, actually being your life. And have some empathy about it being someone else's life than if you try to look at the world through their lens? I think we should all try to do that a little more these days. Try very hard to see the world through someone else's Lynn's, regardless of context. And I have done that with Greg in read a lot of pieces on him and just been fascinated by his journey. And like like me like you like everybody else. There's some things he wants back, certainly. But he is in such a great place, and he is full of joy. And that makes me full of joy. It was awesome to hear. And it will be great for you to hear. I can't wait for you guys to hear it. But before we get to our awesome conversation with Greg Oden..

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"oden" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"oden" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"I think it's fair then nobody's materialize yet. So we could make pick. I'm going to make one wanna make one I'm actually going to I'm going to say the Angelo wrestle because what I liked about his game one. And he's already an all star, obviously. But I think he's a max guy and what I liked about his game. One. Is he sucked in the first half and came out after halftime? It was really good which in a playoff game on the road counts for something. I also found maker, okay? This is I sent you this question earlier. So you'd be prepared VP from Menlo Park says. I looked at the number one picks overall from the past twenty five years Iverson, dunk, LeBron etc. Clearly exceeded expected by number one pick. He said Wiggins in bogut, all under the expected value. He wants to know what is the Mendoza line for number one picks. So. The Keith he thought it was like Dwight or Blake Griffin, which I disagree with those are probably says, basically, what is the cutoff landed determine if you're a successful number on overall pick or not. So Mendoza lands the wrong term. I think Mendoza line is to what he I think he wants like median value Ray like for here. So what is it in voor p- is value above replace some pro vote? Yeah. Value over so VAR is less popular. I thought I listed the twenty five guys. And I thought we'd pick a player, and it'd be like value over John wall or something like that. So I separated by tears like these are the last thirty years tier one is LeBron Duncan and shack tier twos. Iverson Howard Griffin see web, Anthony Davis kyri yet. Because I didn't have Eiriksson is a tier one so virus in. Yeah. Iverson's a whole nother confidentially the last thirty years or LeBron Dunkin and. Check Iverson Howard Griffin Weber. Davis kyri the third tier is a bigger one Elton brand. Yeah. Eljay Derrick Coleman Carl towns. Rose wall Glen Robinson who is completely. Underrated. Ben Simmons Kenyon. Martin Andrew bogut starts going downhill a little bit Deandra eight and Joe Smith who played forever and had a couple of good seasons. And was better than thought next here bogged Johnny Wiggins Perv cells in Kwami Brown. Michael candy last here. Greg Oden Markelle faults, Anthony Bennett, so. If you just do the halfway point of that. The fifteenth guy would be six nine. It would be Staerk rose. John wall Glen Robinson rage. I had Glen Robinson is my, you know, if you're if you do that, it's kind of what you wanna look above and below that. Right. Like, if you go let's go with Glen Robinson. Yeah. I Glenn Robbins when it called Vogler value above vaguer value over. Yeah. Yeah. Over Vogler Vogler value over Glen Robinson. So so they had Vogler right in Anthony, Ben it would be like minus five point zero voters. Oh, he'd be like minus seven point Vogler. But the Andrea eight right now is like minus one point two Vogler bumping up. It's early. It's I n c on that one. How much money? Do you think? Barn Yanni made in his career because I was looking at barn. Yati stats today. Oh, it was like forty million right? Double it. Eighty seventy five. He had a couple of twenty points season. So I know I liked barg Batty. I think I remember talking to from Oliver like a my nuts to think in the right situation. Got that sounds like that NBA support group now, but I maybe he should be the next guy for MBA worker Wiggins, I was the language barrier. I mean, Jesus is not easy for these guys. Have you know, they're making fun of them. Yeah. You're over here smoking darts on a moped whistling at all these traffic ops. I was surprised Wiggins was my seventh least favourite number one overall pick of the last thirty does. He goes Kyle quarter. You got Bennett you got Odin. You got barn. Yanni? No. I hadn't had Baghdad ahead of Wiggins. No. But I'm just I have Ellison crime all of Akande head of Wiggins..

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"oden" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"oden" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"It feels like it will be a problem for them. If the guys that they need don't show up. Both may snow depth movement is not what do possesses the Ciba's that run offense. They overpower you Zion. Get busy RJ. Get busy Cam get the rest of it. Which why I look at Cam radish and say, hey, man, you're top five pick you better show me something because there's not many teams you'll ever play on where you have to guys at the attention Ziya waves. It gets the attention that RJ barricades, and you're just kind of a guy that they don't defensively key in on your ticket clean looks because of the defense of attention. They command and yet you're not delivering big time numbers to me. I agree with him. I don't think he feels the pressure. I've never seen a guy who's just become a young, man. He's young handle the pressure and the expectation that is on him. It's been remarkable at every turn. He's answered the call. I agree with you. And we don't often get too much of just the boring. Cliche from him. We don't get anything thrilling. We don't get anything. Controversial. But I I get the feeling most of the time that he's being honest. And that he does have a good head on his shoulders. He does have a level-headed approach to everything I loved that. He came back to play. It made me sad. And I understand, and I don't begrudge anyone if they play the safe card, and they just go get their money, and they don't risk injury, and they don't risk affecting their status. But I do think it's sad that these days because we know how much can be made. It turns every conversation into prioritizing that over any other accomplishments where there are guys like Jay Williams, or even Greg Oden who would want that moment at the collegiate level that that memory that dominance enjoy to look back on in case. The next level doesn't help the same for them. They'll question into me. I love the fact that love of the game is what propelled him there quickly going back to pressure for Duke immense pressure tonight. If you get bouncing his turnament for an from an ACC fo and not a lot of people are expecting much from in Virginia Tech. You best believe people are going to be jumping for joy, those do caters out their coach K's team is slighted from winning a title because of team within their conference in Virginia Tech and Yahoo would be crying themselves to sleep the tournament organizers who are crossing their fingers for if you can believe this the first ever meeting of Duke UNC in the final. Wow. Wouldn't that be crazy ever happen? We saw what happened last time with those two teams where they played. It'd be something. If it happened is gonna wear deal Nike's options can't be busted through. And I know you were excited do pass UCF if we were not allowed to see more Ziad who. Yeah. In the moment you root for the upset. And then you think you think to yourself we want more Zion. We want more this do team. I would love to see UNC Duke. Wow. That would be a thrill. It's pain invents Jordan cornet filling in for fits tonight. The Sweet Sixteen is underway. We'll update you on all the action. Get Jordan's picks for the next game..

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"oden" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"oden" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I love it. Eaters came out and look at points in the paint. Plus. On the bench. Plus, that's pretty cool. The interview with the star of the game. Came up with big shots. Thirteen to the first victory. You came up with a big. Title game. Another big one. What's like to step up on this big stage? Before. Doc plays. So I gotta keep going. I got a group of as I believe me. Well, myself. Punk you guys rally with their defense. What it takes a battle back against that. Team. Every day in practice. That's amazing. Kansas eighteen last year. Kansas last year went to the elite eight team last year. Got your team that a lot of people picks to win here, including Barack Obama. Do you have any message? Barack Obama pick the Irvan you got to pick some upsets, and I guess he picked Irvine. Speech of years back. Irvine. Didn't he do the commencement speech at UCF years back? Maybe did your team that a lot of people picks to win here. Twenty four. Do you have any message twenty fourteen? Yes, kids, man. We don't see what we can do. We got a great group of guys. Greg oden? Like, I said before a great support system. When is that game? Sunday Sunday time to be announced. All right. Let's all watch that thing. That's pretty cool that you UC Irvine is like the Gonzaga of this tournament. That's pretty cool the shots, right?.

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"oden" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"oden" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Because as you said, you know, the the cost for all these players salaries for all these players in that category. Is naturally going to go up and a domino certainly fell into direction of our beloved, hembo, Paulin bikinis affiliate guy Philly's fan. He probably already added trout, Phillies jersey some place right next to his Harper jersey. Well, guess what dreams just died for him? Oh, yeah. He probably got a good deal because he ordered those two jerseys in bulk, you know, two for one kind of thing. But now one of them's a nice little collector's item. That never came true. I thought about buying a Greg Oden Celtics jersey when it looked like they were going to win didn't do it. I kind of wish that I had. But yeah, now, it's similar for hembo with his Mike trout Phillies jersey, but I don't feel that bad for him. He's still got Harper on his squad. Things could be worse. Yeah. Exactly. We'll hear from hembo. On Wednesdays podcasts. We're also going to hear from Perez from Tokyo right after he calls the seas. Opening game between the Mariners flex. We mentioned. We're going to be talking with Michael Conforto with Andrew mccutchen. It should be a great show. Again, can't Keith law to BUSTER. Oh, yeah. That's right. Yeah. Okay. And we got keep laws. Well, it's an absolutely packed show. So we're looking forward to that. Thanks for listening to this special edition of the baseball tonight podcast. Any final words just before we go. No. You said you said it fantastically BUSTER. The last one I loved her on you that curve ball. I have a great day. Everybody. Thanks for listening to the baseball tonight podcast if you'll playing fantasy baseball don't forget to listen to the fantasy focus podcast checkout all podcasts at ESPN dot com slash pod center. Baseball tonight, the podcast..

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"oden" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

07:00 min | 3 years ago

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"That's not really getting crushed. March madness is upon us, folks. Get excited it's almost here. Okay. Couple quick notes. I just. I just went on Twitter. Gavin and someone said, hey settled down about what questions reporters are asking. Kyla lowry. Greg Oden once got asked this question, and he said a dentist. Greg Oden a seven foot dentist. I'm an anti dentist. So I don't buy that story. Hey, so I'm buddies with Doug, Gottlieb You know, play basketball with him. We tax done damn Patrick show together and. I saw that he hosted the heard yesterday cowherd was out cowherd loves to go skiing. That's his thing on Fridays now. Bounces to parts unknown Utah or something to go skiing and. Cowherd had a list about LeBron as he always does. And godly is homeless Gottlieb said. There are ten players ten in the NBA right now that are better than LeBron. What ten okay? This is a list from our guy here at one Doug efforts one Fox Sports radio the godly ten players currently better than LeBron Jaanus. I think will win the MVP. As you better than LeBron Gavin. Yes. Or no. Jaanus? Yes, veteran LeBron. He wasn't even their best player on the court last night. It was blood. I well he's hurt right now. I yeah. I think he's coming off. A he he was limited minutes. I think but as you better player than if you could have one player to win a playoff series. Okay. Now, that's a. Who's better? Yeah. I somehow that is because LeBron in the playoffs is different person. But if you're just going straight talent, and if they were both healthier now, I do think Jaanus right now is better than the brunt. Okay. So better is just we want to find. Yeah. Next up, Paul, George. He's not better than LeBron all Georgia's MVP. I know he's having I think he's hit his ultimate ceiling right now. But I'd still take what Brian. James harden? Career brian. What hurts the Brown right now is his defense has been lacking legitimate. Not exactly no. But I I want to look at both, you know. Kevin durant? Katie easily. Kawhi leonard. Who's sitting out like every other game? It feels like for load management, which is the new phrase new hot phrase, you gotta load in your pants now just load management. We we would I would disagree that quite Leonard's better than LeBron. I'm sorry. You think he's better Kawai? I don't know. I mean, I like Hawaii, but. Steph curry. Steph having a frigging awesome year. But what? Okay, we we eat the backup Gavin who we need to define better. Because of better is who is going to win the playoff series that you're on a neutral or is it a who's a better individual player? Right. If you were telling me who would have who'd be more likely to be MVP throughout the season. Then there's you know, you take you take might even temple doesn't necessarily mean. Better though, we would agree on that right now. What did that has to do with the team you're constructed on? Okay. Steph curry I feel like it's a three man race for the best player in the world. I think it's Durant. I think it's curry, and I think it's LeBron. I would agree with that. Okay. That's why Doug Gottlieb, my guy. Doug. I'm not killing them because we're friends the idea that he has Joel Embiid better than LeBron is a joke. The idea that he has Nikola Yokich as better than Robert get the hell out of here kit. Yokich win a frigging playoff game one. That's it giddy. Win one playoff game before we say is better than LeBron. We're in this era where we have to say holy cow. We interrupt this. Lebron discussion for Paris Campbell of Ohio State. Just ran a four three to forty. Oh my gosh. Can I ask you something? I was I I I think he's a first round pick now. Yeah. Well, by the way, you Dwayne Haskins the runner was over five seconds both times. Yes. But the bucks. What do you think they have to do to be considered a successful season? Because I was thinking about that. If they win a playoff series that still might just be considered a successful season. If they lose in the next round as the Milwaukee Bucks have that what a playoff series. I believe in like a decade some if team reasonable. Yeah. I can't get excited about them in the playoffs. Dude. It's. We are not wanna playoff series. Now. He's the best player in the league. Like. Let's be kids shoot. Really? I mean, if you watch last night the Lakers were more concerned with mirror Tich Ilyasova. No player Bledsoe. Well, yeah. But I'm just saying for threes like Jonathan he three once like, I'm sorry. Doug. You're out of your mind. Ten those ten guys are not better than LeBron James. Lebron is still in his prime, folks. He is I'm sorry. Defense isn't quite there, obviously. But you're asking me, that's why keeps saying it. They can get to the offs and the seven seed, I'm not ruling out a run to the Western Conference finals despite the lack of defense. Lebron? It's the play offs. All right coming up next here on the big lead. Fox Sports radio as we watch guides win the underworld Olympics. I can't wait for the kid Metcalf to run. The old kid who's Bill? I hope after he wins. You guys. Remember that US Olympic sprinting team where they won the four by one hundred and then they pulled down there singlets, and they were just posing just shredded like they were Greek gods. Just I mean, absolutely no fat on those guys Metcalf. One point six percent fat. This guy is absolutely a machine and I need to get him as my personal trainer. I can't wait for him to run. But coming up next. I'm gonna have plastic jump in here. And you know, he's probably gonna attack LeBron because that's what he does. Just kidding. He I might defend LeBron. That's how bad this will go coming up next Plachy in the building. 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Video of stun gun on Bucks' guard Brown worries Milwaukee mayor

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Video of stun gun on Bucks' guard Brown worries Milwaukee mayor

"The to go with this guy he would have been a number one pig yes everybody's to he doesn't get hurt i wasn't a big injury but think about all the championship teams you've got wrong k the you know when stag jack was sentence on there you had him to nobly you gotta have that those dynamic wing players to win a championship it's this kid especially i i hate that he got hurt because i wanted to world to see what i've seen when he was highest i got a lot of him rachel this too i i can see them going to organize ation is definitely like the knicks and help turn around because kid i from know on him he's real mature and and to make the decision to get healthy to get ready for the league and have the competence do that as a lot about love trae young i he was must see tv everytime played on watch any for the new york and i love the guy but i'm to my perimeter players the the wing swing man i think that's what you need to build around if you want to be a successful team going forward the model for the future it's hard with the injuries like this though because you don't know are you getting joel embiid who had a bunch of early injury problems but everyone would want him on their team now or getting greg oden i mean you just don't know kind of what you're getting there you don't know when capeeze coming back solutely combined even be this entire ranger who knows all right before we go to break i do want to discuss a serious incident involving bucks worke sterling brown according to the milwaukee journal sentinel brown plans to file a civil rights lawsuit against the milwaukee police department for an incident that occurred in january now this started with officers questioning brown about a parking violation and ended with them using a stun gun on him and arresting him the body camera footage of the incident is expected to be released tomorrow and several sources who have.

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