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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 1 - Bobby Herbert (01-22-19)

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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 1 - Bobby Herbert (01-22-19)

"It's all about me. Dan, Patrick gas. There is more where that came from click back for new episodes all week log here, he is from the Mercedes man cave. It's Dan Patrick, welcome to the program. It's hour one on this Tuesday, Dan and the danettes Dan, Patrick show were down a man for its is still under the weather and probably still can't get his garage door open. But we hope you'll be rebounding and time for us to head down to Atlanta and the Super Bowl, by the way. If you want to join us at the Super Bowl, we're bringing the show to Atlanta. We'll be there for the week for the big game. So don't miss your chance to be in the audience. You can see the show live in Atlanta. And one of the biggest names in sports. We have a great time at the Super Bowl to get free tickets to Dan in Atlanta dot com. So Dan in Atlanta dot com, and we look forward to seeing you if you show up be able to maybe join us, get some pictures Salo. And I think we're going to have a meet Friday when we're there, I'm assuming Satan? It may be we do meet week in Atlanta. Pretty sure Friday happens that week it does they have one. Yeah. Yeah. There is a Friday that week. Or is a Friday got check the calendar. Then we do a meet Friday meet Friday songs, and is Chad from traeger going to be down there with the traeger grill. Assume said we're booking the biggest guests. Okay. Well, that's Chad. That's not you guys are mean-spirited. That's not what I meant. Yes. Paul. It's like shark week meet week. Yeah. Yeah. Meet week. I mean Super Bowl week for us. It's meet week though. But if you'd like to join us in the studio audience, Dan in Atlanta dot com. Already. It didn't take long. There's already a report that the NFL NFL will consider expanding replay this off season. And according to the Washington Post the league plans to look at pass interference and other calls that haven't been able to be reviewed previously. So no surprise after what happened at the end of the Rams saints game. We know the NFL can be swayed by public sentiment in the general rule of instant replay. Is that more is better leagues rarely scaled back in this area? But keep in mind when the NFL try something, there's usually unintended consequences and just think about replayed self you'd think there would be less controversy than there was back in the day. That's not the case. There's more controversy now with replay. Then there was back in the day when you didn't have replay they can expand what's review -able, and they're still going to be tough calls to be made. What happened in New Orleans was embarrassing for the league and should never happen again. But it's not that simple techn-. -nology can't fix everything. The NFL's always going to have controversy because the games are so important. We care about them. The key is the league is trying everything they can to make the game fair as possible. Now did anybody think of the following? Maybe just had an official who made an error. I mean, obviously, it's a huge mistake. But he made a mistake. How many other calls of this magnitude have we been subjected to not many? I mean, this is deciding who goes to the Super Bowl. So then we want to change the entire system. Okay. I'm with you. But how are we changing the entire system? I'm waiting for somebody to propose something where you go. Okay. That makes sense without it being let's review that re reviewing holding. Are we going to give each coach a challenge flag that can only be used in the final five minutes? My solution was the following. How about you had the official who was about fifteen yards away walk in and say to the official who was about four yards away. Let's get together. I think we missed one there. I think what was it play was ego because you don't want to embarrass an official who is right there who missed the call. He missed three calls pass interference helmet to helmet and a defenseless receiver other than that. You got the call, right? How many times have you seen the following? All there's three flags on the play. Well, there are three flags and they're all on the same coal. So why couldn't I have the officials help the other official there? And you could always pick it up. They it. Hey upon further review. We didn't see whatever or in the playoffs. Maybe only in the playoffs. You have somebody at mission control who was there in contact with the officials just to say guys huddle up, and you do that as a precautionary measure a huddle up we missed one. That's all. Because if I gave the head of officials Al river on a do over a mulligan. And I said, hey, you can do this. Would you do it? He would do it because they don't want this. And as I said yesterday, I think somebody loses their job over this. And they shouldn't the NFL has been very quiet on this. But here's the problem. You've got twelve more days to deal with it. There's no football gotta deal with and the Pro Bowl is not distracting us, by the way. Oh, you know Pro Bowl. I got distracted in this competitive game. I forgot all about what happened in New Orleans. So that would be my solution. If we have these moments, and I just want to help those officials. It's the hardest sport efficient so much on the line. And if I can help you I'm sorry. Your ego might be bruised. I would rather your ego was bruised. Then you lose your job or somebody's go to threaten you. And that will happen probably has happened. I don't want to get to that point. But I don't want to change something because of one play because we have a lot of place during a game. You can call holding every every play at some point. You can you know there a pick play in the chiefs patriots game could a call that Bella check was livid with that. All right. You want to use your challenge? You can't use it there. You can only use it in the final five minutes in the game. Final three minutes of the game. And it's no matter what the play is. You can get it reviewed. But you don't if you're correct get another review -able flag. That's it. It's one in done and both coaches get it. Let's say in the final three minutes there. But I would think if you gotta ficials together. And just said, hey, I are you trying to tell me that no other official thought anything was amiss on that. Call New Orleans can't believe that for a second. I don't care what angle. You had to see something there. The timing of it at defensive back, not even going not even see in the football and then going helmet to helmet. So before we say, hey, we gotta change everything. I want to know what we're changing because we might change and go, wait a minute here. It's like Brexit. Hey, let's get outta here way. What what do we do? I don't wanna do that. I don't want to have that moment for the NFL. I don't like the call it costs New Orleans New Orleans cost New Orleans to does it come down to that play. Yes. And somebody's going to lose their job over this. But before we go, let's have blanket changes here. Cross the board. I want it thought out a little bit better. And it will be. But that was the first thing that stood out when I started to look at what is review -able is everything reviewable because then you're going to get hey that offensive lineman was holding my guy. Okay. You're gonna use it they're fine. But as far as pass interference. It's it's still tricky to call and it's bang bang. You know, we got high definition we got you know, all these camera angles. All right. Why are we using them to make sure that the game is called correctly? And I think a lot of it has to do with ego. These officials we see this in baseball. These guys don't want to be told the umpire they don't want a replay. They don't want to be second. Guess they don't want to be embarrassed. But if you gathered all of those referees together. And that's what I would have done. I if I was the head of officials, and I'm in New York at mission control. And I'm looking at this in real time. They show the replay. I get on the headset and go a huddle up guys huddle up give me some time here. I wanna make sure we get this. Right. Then why don't we do that? Because if you did that they would have said upon further review, and that's all they got it. Right. And that's all we want. I don't care. How you get it. Right. Just get it. Right. Here's another thing that came up yesterday. It's it's it's come up in for the last couple of years overtime. Oh, yeah. Oh, you got to change over to. Why don't we have to change overtime? Why have a coin toss if the coin toss doesn't matter? You won the toss if you have a coin toss, then you should be rewarded somehow. Patriot. If the patriots didn't win the coin toss in Kansas City did with Patrick Mahomes. Nobody's complaining. Patriot fans, but nobody around the NFL's complaining because you know, what you hear. Well, those are the roles but Brady got the ball. And of course, goes down and he scores and that's not fair Patrick Mahomes reserves. Okay. Saints rams. Saints. Got the ball Rams did their job. Got an interception. Won the game. Anybody have a problem with over time in New Orleans. Oh, that's right. Nobody does. You know, I I would rather have it sudden-death way it used to be. If you get to overtime. It comes down to a coin toss. I'm not playing fair there. It's a coin toss. I one get the ball stopped me. And if you don't ballgame, but don't get too overto- and don't sit here and tell me if Kansas City won the toss and Mahomes goes down and scores a touchdown. There is no outcry to change overtime. Nobody is feeling bad for Tom Brady and the patriots. But oh we wanted to see Roger Mahomes in Super Bowl. We don't want to see the patriot. That's the problem we pick and choose. But I didn't hear one person say, you know, overtime not fair in New Orleans. Because the Rams play defense. They. You know, nearly sacked. Drew breezy. Throws an interception. And then you get the field goal to win the soup when the title game to go to the Super Bowl. Nobody nobody had announced cry. Nobody's upset about that. I mean, the Rams were fortunate. But it was the same rule. Why is it? It's horrible in Kansas City, but adds, okay. New orleans. It's the same rule. I don't want colleges overtime. I don't want fifteen minutes. You get to overtime. There's something about that. It's a crap shoot you got to overtime and it used to be called sudden death. Now, it's not. Eight seven seven three DP show, Email address DP, Dan, Patrick dot com. Levin. We'll have a poll question. The former saints quarterback Bobby bare he broadcaster for the saints. Now, he is not pleased as you might imagine. He will join us coming up in about ten minutes. Now, your phone calls are always welcome. And by the way, this part of the program brought to you by legalzoom from wills and trust to LLC's trademarks and more legalzoom can help you succeed in two thousand nineteen. Visit legalzoom dot com now for special savings into the promo code Patrick in the referral box at checkout. Reggie Miller will join us. He was broadcasting and Philadelphia are Philadelphia against the rockets last night. I was texting him during the game during the game. But he only responds during timeouts commercial breaks. But I do all send him things that I see or something he'll say, yes, you're lucky Todd's out here long. It'd be losing his mind if he heard you all night in America Todd. I used to text you moments before the show or during all I know, but registered professional and he can handle that. Yeah. I can't. But yeah, fritzy would. But fritzy would do it about guests tomorrow in our guest on Thursday. And I go fritzy now, can it wait wait for a while reg this was about the game itself that he was broadcast. I was helping Reggie last night sort of producing the game. That's always it was just a friend helping a friend. So we'll hear out diversion back. Is that the the guy you're that guy? Yeah. The guy who can't be on. Oh, I see. Well, sear- no diversion had that long knows. No fence. Yeah. Knows offense. Yeah. And then he has to help the good looking guy. Get the girl sort of what I was doing with Reggie last night. But he had James harden last night in that game. We'll talk about that what happened with Klay Thompson against the Lakers. Is it time for the Lakers to go all in on Anthony Davis? We'll talk about that coming up mclovin which the poll question today. Okay. So we did yesterday. Do you want to expand replay? And over sixty five percent said yes, no. I think we're there question if you did expand replay with that help fix most of the problems more or cause more problems, which is which way would you lean expanding replay would help fix it. Or cause more problems. I just want to help the officials it's really difficult to call an NFL game. And if I've said this many many times, so I know I'm repeating myself when you're on the sidelines that game moves so fast. You know, we we had the lofty perch where we're watching a game. And it's wide. We get to see all the angles. You know, they're they're on the ground. And you know, I think how do we make sure that you get the right call? I have no problem with big brother watching to say guys huddle up missed one. Now, you're not going to do that with all the place. And I know that it's. Open to interpretation I'm fine with that. But when it comes to protecting the integrity, the NFL loves to use this word, by the way, integrity, if I'm going to protect the integrity of the game and was so much money. That is going to be bet legally on the NFL you can't afford to have these moments. I wanna protect these men who are out there on the field. So they get the right call in a big moment there. And if the NFL can come up with a system that's able to go. Hey, guys, check that. Now, do you do it for the postseason? Do you start with the postseason do then do regular seats do preseason? I don't care when you started. But I don't see a downside to that. I can help you. And that's what we want. We want a fair game. Yes. Mclovin. Do you think that your suggestion will be taken in the Super Bowl, and our Veron New York will be have a Michael boy, I would be I'd be on the headset. I would be talking to the official. He's all the conditions for a huge bad. Caller, still there. There's still a million pass plays. Yes. Still impossible to call. I just hope there's not one of these controversial calls in the Super Bowl. I hope not. But if there is then it changes this completely then they have to make a move then they have to change the system gamble. Remember at the end of last year Super Bowl towards the end was Zach earth's who caught the ball and went into the end zone and kinda went out. And I think it was a it was Al Michaels, right? And Chris concert like Ono? Yep. Like is this could be go to the ground survive the ground. It didn't really factor into much, but it was very close to Corey climent. I think was it Corey commit the running no urge to an. Yeah. Urge when airborne and then went into the end zone bobble it a little bit now because I was right there at the goalpost because I'm ready for the end of the game and herbs and I went on. No, they're going to overturn that. People sell the Corey climent one the back of the wrong. Yeah. All right. It's got to happen. So you're right. Call in what else? Do you have? Okay. We could go to James harden. I could save that one. We could go to this one. You're not gonna like who is more likely to get back there next year, Casey or New Orleans. Man. Let me save that one. Let me save that one. Because I I might surprise you with my answer on that. You got another one by the way, we say good morning to our radio and TV partners direct TV audience. Dumber channel two thirty nine and the NBC sports network in our three hundred thirty seven cities around America carrying the program. Yes, mclovin. I don't because the Oscar nominations are out. And I'm curious how many you guys have seen that that has been distracting me. I do have some other options. Baseball hall of fame announcement later on today. We're very busy over Bob Costas will join us on the program tomorrow. We'll talk about who got in. And who didn't. And I believe in the next two years Barry Bonds, and Roger Clemens will get in. I think this is hot the the steroid door to the hall of fame is just open a little bit here. And I think I think they're going to get in the Curt Schilling is going to get in in the next two or three years as well. Maybe. This is the year. Does Marianna Rivera go per does. He get a perfect ballot. One hundred percent, I'm going to guess that. He's not going to get one because you'll get the old guard that says well, Babe Ruth didn't get in unanimously or Willie Mays didn't get in unanimous as oh Marian Rivera not gonna get in unanimously. Okay. That's great. I have a problem with that where the powerful almighty baseball writers in. You're not getting in. It's kind of like the DHI one inning gave up that blooper Gonzales. Failure. Yeah. But Dave Roberts steel a base while you're on the only really had one pitch. I mean what's worth. Okay. All right. So a lot of things to talk about here. Your phone calls or welcome eight seven seven three DP show, Email address TPS, Dan, Patrick dot com. Bobby bare the saints broadcaster he is livid libbed over what happened in the Superdome. He'll join us coming up next. It's twenty after the hour Dan Patrick show, if you could live your most prosperous life. What would it look like would you maybe open your own business or buy new home? Go back to college, maybe pay off your loans and save for retirement. I know I'm man I could be three out of those four easy. But whatever your vision is into it can help you get closer to that future with financial tools that will help you. Save time and money easy to use software like QuickBooks. Turbo tax and mint make invoices, budgeting taxes and expenses as simple as possible from helping you get your maximum tax refund to automating, your businesses, accounting to helping you manage budgets into it helps make complicated finances, easy with their tools, you can confidently manage your money. 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And then somebody passed it back to them occasionally. Maybe maybe get other guys involved or something. All right. All right. Bobby abor is the former saints quarterback. He works. Pregame. Halftime postgame for the saints WWL radio and Bobby joins us. Now. House the voice today. Bobby well, dad, I'll tell you what supposed to scream the press vox. But my hand is still wringing, and it wouldn't be hurting as much if the saints with a one the game, and I got a stat at for you. Okay. It was just saints. I lost this season. When holding the opponent scoreless on the opening drive. So for the saints were eight no before Sunday. So I thought when that happened. Saints are going to win getting off the great start in the first quarter. It was probably the loudest first quarter in NFL. You know was allowed a stadium in a game. I think it was the loudest first quarter. The Rams look so dysfunctional. They cannot communicate. I think that that they adjusted well considering how the game turned out. Why did this? Why was this game so close if this is a saints team at home drew Brees in Sean paint? And don't lose home games in the playoffs. And you're up thirteen to nothing. Well, I can tell you drew Brees the latter part of season did not play great. You know, he was up and VP. He can't just be good. He has to be great. And they didn't get touchdowns in the red zone. If you look there were only two five and you say, well, no they have not struggled in the red zone. They had the Ford vast red zone offense. For instance, you look at the eagles. They were the number one red zone defense and the two games and they played the eagles the end up with seven eight in the red zone getting touchdown. So that will then finish when you get in the red zone. You can't settle field goals when that game started. And it was six zero, you know, Dan, Arnold drops. Touchdown pass a division three player. He does he the moments too big farm instead of six zero and should have been ten zero fourteen zero that point, and and we know how close the game was. So that all those little things make a difference. What did you see in real time on the controversial call? No call. What real time re this is not even a judgment call. It was you know, judgment. Call to me is of bang, bang, or whatever. No. It was so obvious. You could be a hundred yards away. And and throw the flag. That's why they listen. I think fficials eagles. They don't wanna step on each other. So they kinda okay, I'm afraid to call that. Because you know, maybe that's not the area that I need to be throwing the flag. But you gotta get it. Right. The bottom line. You gotta get it. Right. There was more than one Benghazi on that play. I mean to me when you break it down is the worst. No, call an NFL history. The reason why the worst no call NFL history because that was a non call to go to the Super Bowl. It wasn't. We four or five we love it. When we got a bounce back in this. He's a no this was to go to the Super Bowl. Now. It was like ninety eight percent chance they're going to win. If you just make that call now, you can always miss a field goal. A chip shot. It's even closer than an extra point. And the Rams in theory would have had about a two percent chance to win. You know? Maybe I don't know this Rams miracle. It wasn't Minneapolis. But then had like fifteen seconds. The bottom line is the saints got job. But then I know exactly what the NFL needs to do the optics of this to look, right? You cannot have an official from Los Angeles or from California doing Aram charges game. For instance, you could not have an official 'cause this goes on right now, you cannot have Fisher from Louisiana or from the Gulf Coast the Gulf south 'cause we got fans all the way mobile Alabama, Pensacola, Florida doing the saints game. It just it does not look good. When you have maybe 'cause everyone groves somewhere to me like, for instance, view those Cal for your referees. You gotta go through the patriots chief's game. You don't do the local team. And I think the NFL has address. This you know, the cost of flying. These visuals all over having them really fulltime because somebody has to be held competent because that is a call that you cannot miss you cannot even miss that call in highschool or anytime that would be interference. Whether it's a forties. Fifties sixties any decade of football. That's an obvious interference go on the NFL level to go to the Super Bowl come on that it costs people a lot of money. A lot of players a lot of lives a lot of legacies. That's why it's an acceptable. Okay. But you're saying that is just the optics of having a referee from California. Or is there a bias that you think was there consciously or subconsciously? Well, you don't need that perception 'cause the betting public or how the public view things the same thing in college football when you look at the SEC, and you look how football crazy down here. And what officials call what games I think? It makes a difference that you cannot afford that has to be everything has to look the perception on the up and up because people they'll just say, oh, well, well, well that person's from Los Angeles. And you might it might might say well, though, I'm honest individual. But I think it's human nature. You never know we listened like they've never had scandals before the look European a talion professional soccer. I mean, look what happened in the NBA. I mean, that's why to be you have to void that possibly down the road. I mean, how thin that individual not call or some body. And that grew throw the flag as it was like, bang bang. It was so obvious. You could you could be over hundred yards away that Cole talking to Bobby bare former saints quarterback he said now broadcaster for the saints on WWL radio trying to get over what happened the miracle Minneapolis last year. I commend the saints for being able to RIC. Cover. I really have doubts about how they'll recover if they recover from something like this, Bobby as talented as they are. This one's hard to get over. What happened in Minneapolis? That's devastating this one. I think this is going to stay with you long time. What do you think about the saints trying to get over this next season? Well, I'll tell you this right now. And this is coming out of Sean Payton's out in the pre or post game press conference. He said that will probably never get over it. Yeah. I don't know. I telling you might say well time, heals everything. But when something like this have it 'cause you so close but so far to go to suitable that Vikings game was division game. There's just go to sue listen to things are going anywhere the states ever young enough team. And what I mean by that they're gonna have double digit wins. The saints are still in the hunt. But what does that mean, you have a good? You have a great competitive team. It's hard to get to the Super Bowl. That's why it's amazing to me with Bela. Check and Tom Brady, the what they've done in the twenty first century and for agency is downing. I mean, people don't realize how hard that is to do and the states right now, they didn't really take advantage of drew Brees winning one Super Bowl in two thousand eleven they broke the greatest show on turf, they're broke all the Rams records in two thousand eleven they at five turnovers. Took the lead twice with five minutes left in the game against the forty Niners in the role. They loved that game. Well, no what happened last year this as with with. Lot of look right now could have could have been in three Super Bowls for sure to. I mean, I it is it is that hard to get there. And like, I said the saints are right there. But what does that mean, it doesn't guarantee you anything because the team's changes new faces? You gotta start all over again knowing right now, this heart. It's a tough pill to swallow is just as the fans are just devastated here because they had so much open this team and realistically, you look from the beginning to the end the saints were in the conversation, if they're not they weren't the best team there in that conversation. Did you wanna fight somebody after that game ended flights them? I I I can't say this terrible. I it's like, I I can tell you this the ficials could not stay in New Orleans at the move tells that moved a hotel to no one you were there at outta town at least fifteen miles that to get out of dodge. They had to leave the I don't I don't wanna threat anyone. But it was it was this the NFL's looking. There wasn't a riot in the dorm. Those kind of things could cost riot at home. Now, the reason why there was no, right? And everyone was so frustrated 'cause there's no Rams fans then like twelve ram fans and the whole dome now they would've played a team like the eagles who has a strong fan base in the cowgirls like Dallas, no could've went down. That is not good for the NFL. You never want to see that. We never wanna be Europe where you have security, and, you know, their soccer games and football hooligans every you know, described him. But no is that serious. You could not listen to judgment calls. The judge would go that was beyond any type of judgment, Bobby give your voice arrest. All right. So I'm like, I'm hyperventilating. I'm so stressed out. Thank you. Bob and good to talk to you again. All right. All right, Dan. That's the Cajun cannon Bobby bare also played in the USFL. Late for the six I love that accent love that accent. If you missed any of our interviews this week from the Mercedes, AM G man cave. Just go to the Dan Patrick show app where you can watch. And listen from inside the Mercedes AM G man Cape. Mercedes AM g driving performance sneaking a couple of phone calls here. We got our play of the day coming up. I me bring in Brenton Louisiana. Hi, brent. Dan, long-time listener I six to two forty. Actually, I'm a high school official interface. I do not agree with expanding replay. Totally. There's too many fifty fifty calls in this game. But I am afraid of the repercussions of this being a high school ref and Janna high school games are pretty rough. We we have a hard time. But as always like you're out to get them. And there are a lot of calls. The whistle swallow the whistle swallowed by that. True. You ever had one of those every one of those moments. Brent where you missed a call and the fans were angry after the game. Had to get them. Right. You have them getting wrong. Someone's always on the other side. So I do agree with that was that an egregious called. Yes. I've had a officials in our association be assaulted by fans what's going to happen to these younger guys doing this. You know, we don't make a lot of money doing this. We do it. As basically you wanna be with the game. You wanna be with the kids? It's just like coaching. But you don't get a playoff if you're five or seven guys on a highschool field. It's a little different than which have an NFL where they have all resources. And. Yeah. Replay have everything else and still got it still got it wrong. Brent thank you. Thank you for the phone. Call Christian Memphis joins us. I chris. Hey, Dan, six to two thirty five. I love your story yesterday about watching the game by yourself with the pets. I can relate to that. But since you watch the game, do you? Remember, nobody's brought this up. They actually put the camera on Roger Goodell in the suite box that he was actually at the game. And we just kind of wonder, you know, what what was going through his mind at this time. This was happening on this call that you know on talking about that. I don't think it will ever ever be forgotten. You know? All right. Well, thanks for the phone, call Chris. I thought the Commissioner was in Kansas City. Yes. On that that game. Tune maybe flew to both. But I don't know they showed him at the in the box at the at in ira- head. Yeah. I I didn't see him in New Orleans or maybe they just have a generic shot of him in a sky box role in both games. We'll be roll. Yeah. The home office has been pretty quiet here. And what I'm I I'm gonna gather. There was a nice conference call between somebody and the officials they head of officials and the other officials, but you know, they don't wanna make this worse. They don't wanna have something take away from the Super Bowl. You don't want to rush to judgment here. I just think that if you had mission control able to talk to the head official in the game in real time while he's watching. I have no problem with that. If he's helping them get the coal, right? I don't think any NFL fan would have a problem with that. Because you want the game to be played fairly. You don't want to have. Built in bias. You don't wanna have you don't wanna have doubt? And I also don't wanna put these officials in a in a bad situation. But that's what happened is going to stay there forever. And does it change something maybe because it usually takes something as big as this the magnitude of this normally changes something, and I believe it will to what degree. I don't know. My suggestion would still be let's not review everything. Let's get the coal right now. You know, I don't want to have challenge flags flying out there. Ten times a game. I think if somebody is helping these officials in the game where they might miss something. The bottom line is if you've got the col-, right? I don't think anybody would complain even Rams fans even though I know you'd be upset that you're not going to the Super Bowl you'd have no problem. If somebody in the home office said to the official you mystical. You shouldn't have a problem with it. Because it's about getting the call, correct? Not just that game. But the other games they might have saw something on the pick play in the chiefs game. They might have saw that. There was no roughing the passer. Call on Tom Brady. That's what you want to get the call. Right. It happened. So quickly. And the job is so difficult. Why wouldn't I try to ensure that we do the best job we possibly can with the product we have and nobody can read between the lines? Nobody can think there's a bias going on back after this with the play of the day. Every car comes with its share stories, right? That ding and your bumper when you nervously picked up a first date or maybe the luxury package, you got after a big promotion. 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Talk to Reggie Miller. Reggie will be on the call for that game. He was on the call last night for James harden against the seventy Sixers we were just talking about Steph curry, we're talking about Klay Thompson. And then paulie goes who would you rather have if you were starting a team Klay Thompson or James harden? And I don't think it's an obvious answer that you would go with James harden because he is instant offense. He's unstoppable. He really is. He has so many moves it can get to the hoop. He's a great deep shooter probably underrated deep shooter. But I would take Klay Thompson. Because in today's game. I want to move the ball in a gives me options because clay can be the number two guy. The number three guy, maybe even the number four Guyana team. But harden is your team? Like, it starts with harden. And he's going to pound the ball. And the reason why he scored almost two hundred points without being getting assisted. So they're all unassisted. So the ball starts and ends with him. I don't think you win with that. I think you're fascinated with that. But I don't think you win with that. Now, he's averaging thirty six again, but he has to average thirty six again, if not more. But if I was starting a team, I think that I can find somebody who can distribute the ball. And I like the ball when it's distributed to a variety of people, and I have Klay Thompson is my hammer. I like that with James harden. You just sort of watch James harden. And I think that would be tough to play with now he does get assist, but he probably has the ball in his hands more than any players had in a long long time. Could we check on that? Mclovin. The amount of time. He has possessions per game or time per game. It's called usage is the advanced. What it is. I'll check. Okay. Yeah. But I would think Alan Iverson would be up. Yeah. He's out there. Yes. It's guys who needed like they had to dribble to get their shots. And I would say that I've ever Sohn is up there. He might be right there with James harden. We up we did this that two years ago. And Steph thinks said it was hardened and Westbrook held the ball the most in their hand. And I don't I don't want. Russell Westbrook is my point guard either. I don't think you win with that. I think he's fascinating. But also he buys into this now triple double therefore, he thinks that's how everybody's going to grade me, you know, you're going to have the ball a lot in your hands. Play of the day. Brought to you by peleton game changing indoor cycling bike that brings the energy of live studio classes, right to your home. Anytime you want it up to fourteen live rides a day over ten thousand more on demand. Learn more about the peleton bike at one pedal, tone dot com or visit your local showroom. We were showing on the live look in Steph curry went up for a dunk last night. It was a breakaway dunk, and he slipped fell got back up and then took a three and shot an air ball. It's probably the most embarrassing ten seconds of Steph Curry's pro career, and here's Steve Kerr his head coach on being asked about the possibility of Steph curry throwing down a dunk. You think stuff was lining up for a monster? Same stuff starts. I thought it was going to be one of those layups where he just pulls the rim down a little to make it. Still a lot of. Yeah. That was a tough moment for Steph until. No, he. He's had a pretty good run so far. So we're it's gotta to happen. At some point. We all have our Baresi moments in this league. If you play long enough. And I'm sure that he wanted to have one of those dunks where he points to the bench and the bench goes crazy like Seth green down. And then he slips I thought the most embarrassing part. He shot an air ball from three point range. I don't look at him as a guy who's gonna dunk. But when he got to three point range, I thought okay, he'll make up air Bill. Apple I think Steph curry is gonna come back coach Kirk because Steve Kerr, I don't think he has odd dunk in his NBA career. He may have one right? He may have one that may call staff to get his dunks versus coach Kerr's. I don't think Steph has to do much to Steve Kerr. I think. But I do like the fact that is giving him a little grief and Steve Kerr's got his his fair share of of hardware. He's got rings. So he's he's I think he's comfortable there being able to give Steph a little grief. I more phone calls coming up next hour. Eight seven seven three DP show, Email address GPS, Dan, Patrick dot com. Why the way for you? Saints fans who say, you know, we got screwed by those officials and yet officials who were from Los Angeles. Do you realize the Rams did not want that group of officials calling the game? Because they were oh an eight when those officials were working Rams games. Let that sink in. 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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 2 - Jordy Nelson (04-03-19)

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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 2 - Jordy Nelson (04-03-19)

"It's all about me. Dan, Patrick gas. There is more where that came from click back for new episodes all week log here, he is respectful tenant, Dan, Patrick, welcome to the program. It's hour to Dan in the danettes Dan Patrick show on this Wednesday, two more hours in this man, cave. And then we'll go to the final four to be in New York after that. And then the next time you see us in our new man came. We'll be April nineteenth some great memories in here. We've been reminiscing about this. And we went out the other night. And we just started talking about some of the stories the guest we've had the moments we've had in here and everybody had a different favorite moment. Mine was mclovin. Spinning the ball in his finger. No matter what kind of mood. I'm in. If I'm in a bad mood down mood. Depressed mood. All I have to do is see mclovin spinning the basket ball in the box knocking off his glasses. And then realizing he did all of those things and everybody is going to see it. And he loves his glasses. And he went for his glasses. They weren't even on and he's trying to reach for them. And that's that's my favorite moment. I never it never fails to disappoint mclovin. And yet you still not reimburse me the four hundred seventeen dollars Oliver people. I do you broke them. If I on your property if I threw the ball and hit you then I would reimburse you which has happened. I did hit you on time. But I didn't break your glasses. Yes. So okay. So, but I think because it happened in your box and your little room there. Are you wanting workman's comp? Yes. I think I should now that it. I'd be. No statute of limitations is over. I don't think the prescription would still been good today. I got a new one. I know somebody picked Ron burgundy when he came here, and that was such a big deal because he said, look, I wanna come in character. And he said all stay as long as you want. And I said, well, let's do two hours, and he stayed in character for two hours, and, you know, Ron burgundy at the time anchorman. I mean that was really really a gift from will Ferrell to this program polling. I brought in a rocks. Classic a nice low ball rocks class from home for drinking and for when Willas in and we'll go spill with apple juice and just keep filling it out scotch scotch scotch. And he's having fun. I still have the glass on my bar at home separate from all the other ones picture, a will drinking from it Seton. What was your favorite moment that you recalled? Oh, I had odorous in here. Okay. Guar the lead singer of guar. I had no idea who gore was and seat and goes, you'll love them did sa- great band. Great like theater kind of ban. They put on a great show. And I said, okay. What am I getting myself into because? Hey, he loves the Washington Redskins. I go. Okay. I don't know how long I can talk to this. And then I go I Google I Google guar and the lead singer odorous, and all my God is could be the end of my career right here. And they do strange performances their lyrics, even what he wears on stage. And then he came in. And he smelled so bad smell terrible. Because that that costume had not been washed. He smelled exactly like he looked and his name is that makes sense. Yes, he lived up to odors, but he was such a nice guy. And he left us with a mask that. I think there are only two that were ever made. And he. Was it was something. And and we've always gone out of our way. I think to you know, I think. Have you have you see somebody or here's somebody that you wouldn't normally think that you would listen to or like, you know, we had Christian Leitner and then Henry Winkler yesterday. And I love sort of that weight those two together, and it just it works, but it works because you get people who really good, and they tell stories and they have a relationship with the show, but we prided ourselves on undoing that where it's not just the ordinary. Fritzy, he was in the green room, Henry Winkler, and all of a sudden Christian Leitner walks by I don't know if he knew he was because that's a very large, man. I think everybody is a large man to Henry Winkler, but he was talking to Christian Leitner, and talk and basketball and telling him all the things that he you know, he went to the Laker games. And but that's fun. Mclovin. Your favorite moment. The from the years here the bench press. There was a bet about whether I could bench press two hundred pounds. And somehow you made a bench all of a sudden emerge gave me ten days to prepare and one of the guys in the back gave me some energy drink, and we were all fired up, and I'd I'd knocked it out four times. And we all celebrate it like we won the World Series. There was no drug testing. And we were extremely proud because we thought you are lifting for us, and you're lifting two hundred pounds. Yes. Bone by the way, the supplement and back was not an energy drink in any way. It was this stuff. It's like powder, and I'm not going to give the name of it. But this guy in back gave it to me once before working out. It felt like I was on fire. Like, my hair was going in all different directions on my skin was on fire, and my heart was racing. Remember that movie with stay somewhere has to keep his heart rate above a certain thing or he's going to die because like rush or something. Felt like that. I was like I'm never taken that again. I of your favorite moment. My favorite moment was Kareem. Abdul-jabbar was here. Growing up used to watch. My dad in the local playgrounds pop hook shots with both hands. And he was kind of a little local hero in the neighborhood and for Kareem to be here. And then to block my hook shot was something. I'll never forget. I I have that photo in. I just love that. Yeah. That was great. We've had so many great people in here in great moments. And so we'll close this show out the final two hours, by the way at the end of this show. We will announce who was going to be competing for the Hebrew national championship. The final four is. Now the votes we've got over two hundred and fifty thousand votes for just the final four. And then we'll go to the final two. And I do believe that those results so far have Holly in Pennsylvania who gave us meet on her tribute to Steven Tyler narrow Smith translators Kenny and California's also leading in his matchup as well. So you have until the end of this show. The final two hours, and you can only vote on the app, we have almost one point five million votes. So far with meat Friday. So thank you for taking part in this been a lot of fun. You can watch the program on audience channel two thirty nine direct TV that will continue when we moved to the new man cave and be our live be our live dot com. You can stream free on B our live. They have sports on there. A lot of sports on their UEFA. Champions League quarterfinals begin next week. Tottenham versus Manchester City exclusively on beer. Live watch Liverpool versus Porto. Coverage begins at two eastern on B our live dot com. Also have our celebrity bracket challenge. And that's brought to you by subway. Tom izzo. I have my bracket challenge writing on Michigan State Tom Izzo will join us coming up next hour. If Izzo gets his second national championship this season. It would be the longest gap all time by a head coach between national championships that would be nineteen years. And I was. Looking at the previous longest gap. Rick Pitino at seventeen go back to Indiana branch, McCracken back in nineteen forty and then wanted to get in fifty three Dean Smith Carolina, eighty two and then Ninety-three Mike chef ski on their twice. He went nine years between championships in ninety two and then also in two thousand one so this will be historical for Tom Izzo. If he's able to get his second national championship. Eight seven seven three DP show, Email address DP, Dan, Patrick dot com. Jordy Nelson former Packer former raider he will join us coming up. I believe his first interview since being released by the raiders. And I mentioned time is it will join us as well poll question. Mclovin, I put up do you want a second football league? And fifty four percent said, no. Yeah. I I I'd be curious about it. If they had a gambling app. I would be curious not that I would want to gamble. But I would wanna see how people reacted to that. Because whatever these leagues just wait for somebody else to develop something. And then they'll borrow NBA. Did that with the ABA the NFL did that with the AFL these leagues just wait to see if there's something there, the NFL adopting, you know, the onside kick and looking at that with rules in the AFL af I should say. And you know, so I'm not surprised with that where the NFL would just sort of be like let me just keep an eye on this and see where to we didn't even get that far with the because that's what this league was based on gambling. That's that's where their entry into the sports world was was going to be with a big splash. Once they had established themselves. Get through the first year. They had the gambling app the technology, and they didn't get a chance to use. But it's going to happen. And it's going to happen in all these leagues where you can bet on is that going to be a strike or is that going to be a ball? And I got to go to for four that guy going to go seven innings you're going to be able to bet on. Everything and that's not a good thing. But that's where we're headed. Yep. Will do you think the NFL will regret not partnering or backing the af and making it their spring league? As in a way to fend off the XFL. I don't think they're concerned with the XFL. I don't know if they've Vince McMahon can do this where he's going to compete with them with salaries because how else are you going to get these kids it unless you draft them out of high school? And I don't know if you're able to do that. But let's say you drafted them, and you develop them the kids wanna have this platform where they're able to go to big time school showcase their talents, build their brand those kind of things. So I don't know what the XFL is going to do. But I'm going to guess that what they're going to do. If there's going to be successful. It'll be predicated on gambling because you're not going to get the product there and it's still spring football. And the NFL still trumps everything even in the off season the NFL gets headlines and getting headlines from spring training opening day, March madness and the NFL is still king. The last time the XFL came out they embraced violence. They embraced the hitting. You think that that will play in this kind of fan culture where we're in the post concussion era post concussion lawsuit era, well, they embrace headshots. And and tough guys XFL if they go that direction. I don't. Don't think I would would want to go down that road unless they're saying. Hey, if you're playing here, you sign this waiver that you know, exactly what you're signing up for how much more violent can you make it unless it's going to be a game of thrones type feel to it. I just don't know if you can go. Hey, you're to head slap your loud. Do you know maim a wide receiver? You can hit the quarterback wherever you want to. I still don't know if that's reason enough to watch. I think you want good football. And if you put the gambling aspect in there, then I think you have a chance, but it's just a chance and the one thing that the af didn't have they didn't have financial backdrop there where they could say we can get through the first league their first year this league. And you know, it's a shame because there are some smart people involved in this. And it looked like it was well thought out and the one thing they forgot money already got a poll question. And if you'd like to weigh in on that you can't eight seven seven three DP show. Oh, Email address TPS, Dan, Patrick dot com. We were mentioning who is the most system Danette. And I think Twitter responded resounding Lee that it's mclovin which I took as a compliment. Yes. I am a part of a great system that is like a patriot AJ Walker fourteen just tweeted, my wife says fritzy's the most system Danette because she can't imagine what he would do in the real world if he didn't have his current job. Very valid concern. Yeah. I'd say, mclovin, you're probably, but you know, people are gonna vote for you. Because you think everybody else's you know, they've been benefited from systems. Yes. But I don't think it's a bad thing. Great systems. Great team. You know, teamwork systems Golden State Warriors in England pay. The best teams are not about the individuals about the team, but they create their own system, though, Golden State has their own system. The patriots have their own system. It's not like they're following somebody else who who's Golden State following while they took some some, Dan, Tony they took some of this. They took some of that. But. No one. Really? Yeah. But they do one thing they do for real as they go to the size of doodoo. Yeah. They put their egos aside. Like staff was like, I don't have to be the biggest star Katie come in here. So that's something that was you still do. That's mature it's making credibly interesting point on systems here alien, all I'm sorry. Sorry. I didn't hear anything after do. Steph. Curry is made five or more three pointers in nine street games. That's the second longest streak in NBA history. James harden has the all-time streak record twelve games where he hit at least three five three pointers in a game. So Steph curry with nine consecutive games. There are a couple of phone calls. Jordy Nelson will join us coming up. Jeff in California leads us off. Hi, jeff. What do you have for me today? Dan, I got a mixed level. Stay in your car. Listen to the interview story for you. Right. Thompson yesterday. I'm a service plumber. So I'm out in the field. And they pulled up to my customers house. And I'm sitting there listening to the interview of the customer actually saw me and came out, and I gave him the one finger up hold up. And he kept coming roll down the window and said all being in a few 'cause I was one of those you had to hear that was a great interview. Thank you. You gotta and if you've got a sec, I got best of my favorite in that studio. Okay. And if mclovin going downstairs at the bar and tasting that customers food that was having a judge robbing the that was all time. Thank you. Jeff. Thank you was that a bat. He lost a bet. I think that was a wheel wheel punish that was the worst. Okay. And I I came up with this idea of mclovin going down, and there's a restaurant underneath us. And that he would go in and he would be dressed as if he worked at the restaurant seven seas restaurant. And he would just walk over and Salo to somebody. And then he would act as the manager and wanna know how your lunches, and then he would grab a piece of food off of the woman's plate. And he grabbed a French fry believe. Took a little while to let the women know that. Hey, it was just a joke. We had a hidden camera in there. And I thought mclovin I thought you know, somebody was going to get punched slapped. Yes. Yup. Only seen are at the table of right across the aisle. And we had our phone out to tape it and the tension the room was out of hand, you could feel it and mclovin sauntered in is if he was the manager and Andrew has like a nice sweater on pants and glasses, and he has his hands together. Like a manager. How's your lunch today? Ladies, and what's great great. You've been here before. Oh, we we've been here. Many times we always come here. Thank you bubble. And it's going very well. Casually reaches down and grabs the fry and takes it. All right. Have a good day. And he continued on his way to go to the back and they froze for about eight seconds. And she was that really effing heaven. He took the fry dunked it enter. And that said like kept talking and then walked off eating it. It was it was unbelievable. And like an hour later. I forget I think it went downstairs to grab a package or something and those women were just leaving. And they were still talking about it. It was so it was just brutal. Yes, we love. How did we have? We had their audio after I left. I don't know how we pull that off. But we heard them basically curse me out. They were the cameras state on them. The hidden cameras were amazing because they really the whole thing. Yeah. Yeah. We're showing it now on audience channel two thirty nine and be our live dot com. There's so many of these moments here, so many it's been a wonderful nine years in this man K, we'll take a break. We will talk to Jordy Nelson. The Packers wide receiver. He'll join us. Coming up in a moment. Tom Izzo joins us next hour. Russell Westbrook junior. The third went for twenty twenty twenty one. We'll hear from Bryce Harper who homered last night rockets clippers tonight Spurs in the nuggets. Russell Wilson wants a new deal or else. I don't know what the else is. But he wants to be the highest paid player in the history of the game coming up on nineteen after the hour. 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So he switched and saved a bunch, which was awesome. We were just conferring myself from the dannettes, and we will leave the voting open until tonight at midnight Easter for the meat bandits. Because it they they were telling me that it's going to get crazy after the show, and they were gonna take it all the way till midnight eastern. So you have time to vote you can vote on the app, but at midnight, we'll decide the final to meet Friday songs seat. And can we play the two songs that are leading their matchup? So there's Holly in Pennsylvania. She's leading John in Wisconsin, meet yourself. She did meet on her tribute to dream on by Aerosmith. On me. Jar. Great stuff by Hawley, Pennsylvania. And then in the other matchup. It's a Kenyan California traitors leading beat Friday. I'm in love by Keith leeann, Texas. So here's translators. Trade any on this barbecue it's damn good to which can't be any. Careful with the Beale. If you know what? I mean, check the. Both. It was a clear bright around noon. Dp in the boys were trying to consume search for some beef Sanmen on the phone suck it from bro. What's up the home? Just picked up some sides at the grocery on a mission. Trying to find some ten to me gots baby back, Briggs. Now, it's time to eat danettes. Indeed p grabby section Rosie. Fritzy the phone wrestle junior third. A can't believe it's happening in Milford. Got a stat of the day. And then we'll take. So that's translators and you have to midnight eastern tabulating votes. And then we will decide who will be competing for our national championship. Couple of phone calls. Jordy Nelson will join us Bronson Pittsburgh Abramson. What do you have for me today? That's just wanted to mention my favorite moments in the make it just wanted to say for for Bank. Ever been with you since the end of the show, and I'm sure for their nation one. You know, I know the new came by you know, so much better. But you know, we watch on TV it's kind of our home ourselves. And if any source if any would move to have the movie because movie, let me now, but but if they were may came in it was when Jimmy Roenick within the make Jack ballers. Yep. Pauly's not afraid to take on these athletes. Thank you branche should have been you should. Well, you've you've run into Adrian Peterson clay Matthews junior. Gave you a slap to the chest. I believe the pantheon of things. So when when Jeremy Roenick hit me in the jaw with his elbow. It really like Sisa stars. And it was a little queasy about half an hour because he hit me way heart attacks. But I think the hardest hit on this show. They probably two of them. It was JJ. Watt hitting Seton with a pie, but smashing the pie. Into his face and then Michael Irvin. When he did that to me because Mike didn't understand the premise of hitting somebody with a pie. He he put his hand. Right. You know into my nose in actually drew blood when he was smashing apply in my face. More phone calls best moments of the man cave or worst moments of the man cave. Eight seven seven three DP show, Email address DP, Dan, Patrick dot com. He's Jordy Nelson. He wants played for the Packers and retired. As a member of the Oakland Raiders won a Super Bowl, and he joins us now on the program. Jordi? How's morale? Good. Everything's great. It's good to be to have that chapter done in looking forward to the next. Was there any chance you could've gone back to the patriots are Packers. No, they didn't show any interest at all after last year after being released by Oakland. And so I don't think that those ever opened again. So, but I got talked to Mike Murphy in he's opened up the door to come back and do the one day deal. So we're still working on time to get that done. And that way, I can sign a contract and retire Packer. And you know, indoor we started is in health related. Like, why are you retiring it's not health related? Vice was great. And I guess I guess it took the health related because I wanna leave the game in that way. I don't wanna play as long as I can't until my body is beat up and I'm forced out. Another thing was I didn't really feel like moving my family, again, they haven't even been out here in California for a year. And so that was part of it, and you know, after playing eleven years and then five in college and Lauren hostile to those twenty seven years. And I think of a good time and enjoyed it. And kinda wanna go, you know, out playing good. I don't want to. So just get you know, less and less time every year, and then just kind of fall out league. So I'm not going out on top like winning Super Bowl. But also doing out when I wanted to and my life, so extremely, you know, proud of what we accomplished and what we've done on enough to field. And you know, we just felt like we looked at it all different angles probably talked about it for a couple of weeks trying to decide what to do. And every time it came down to just moved back to Kansas and the kids back in their schools. Don't be after the rest of their life. And you back on the farm who tried to talk you into continuing to play. No one tried to convince me to continue to play the Seahawks showed great interest. Once I got released, and I have a lot of respect for John Snyder. And that organization they start last year too. And I got really spent Green Bay. So I went up there to visit with them. But I guess that Oakland try to come back at a different deal. But I guess when it came down to we just decided not to move our family again and go home, and and be and be happy with it. So we're not we're second guessing anything we did we talked about it every day for two weeks. You know from different angles trying to convince ourselves to retire trying to convince ourselves of play trying to convince ourselves that let's go move again. But every time we did is always came back to just be done. I mean, if you told me eleven years ago when I got drafted that I have eleven year career when it Super Bowl and everything accomplished. I think I would take it and. Right off into the setting and be happy. And that's what's gonna happen, which tougher farming or football. Oh, man. Farming longer days. I think it'd be harder for so it's just the farming and doing that day in and day out. Year round compared to thinking get used to playing football. I mean, if you're someone athlete, I guess it's farming is toll on the body is different. It's different. When I go back in the summers. Even now in obviously will be there year round just constantly being on your feet being constantly working from seven o'clock in the morning to during summertime. It's seven or eight nine o'clock at night that you're you're still out doing stuff 'cause you only really tension with time. It is if the sun's up, you're you're still kinda going he's like, you can get, you know, another thing -ccomplish. So when you're putting in those hours and constantly on your feet constantly moving. Is it wears on you, and I that's why enjoy doing it during the summer because it may training camp long day camp seem easy. I it was easy to go. Sit in meetings all day easy. Go practice for a couple of hours. And then, you know, so the body was used to being up all day. How did Aaron Rodgers do on the farm? He's struggled in Kansas, allergies. So he. But so he might need another run out. We had some good stories of people coming back. Wait, another one. They came back through my benefit cost tournament we put on June. And so you're gonna see a little bit of taste of the farm and Gough, but he was sneezing the whole time prank offer around in Kansas. Rondo quality. And he went home actually golf term and take a quick net woke up flowers later and said, I could come get him. I suppose the events with buddy, I'm coming home. I've done for the tell you, it's a different different different life. When you got to be a twelve hours a day aside from winning super blurred aside from winning that Super Bowl. What's your favorite individual moment that you had? Oh, man. I don't know if I gave a one moment, I think when I came back for my ACL and that whole year following it ended up putting comeback player year. And it wasn't even necessarily obviously performing well. And being successful in the field was huge but being able to practice for sixteen straight week and not miss a day of practice not have to take a day off. 'cause my knee knowing the process it took to get back from that. And you know, the build up to the season and everything and to be able to do that was a huge accomplish it topless -ment for me. And I take a lot of pride. Right. And I think a lot of athletic trainers that hadn't Green Bay. They did a great job of not only physically preparing me. But mentally keeping my mind fresh reminding. But the thing a lot of guys struggle with big surgeries like that. They getting a little I wanna say depress just get down. And can't can't stay up. I think your minds are very powerful muscle that. Can control a lot of things. And if you stay up and enjoy the process, I tried to enjoy the process of coming back from NEC as much as possible. And then how the success felling was very proud of. And I'll always remember that helped me understand this on December twenty eight Jon Gruden says that yeah, you're coming back and the raiders gave you a three point six million dollar bonus. And then they cut you March fourteen. So what what happened from December twenty eight to March fourteenth that you were no longer wanted in Oakland. I don't know. They just get very nice retirement gift. I guess. Yeah. I don't know. It's it's a crazy business as as people signed out each and every year, I think they just they got some free agents that they didn't think they were gonna get or be a part of is what I've been told. But yeah, it's it's an interesting business. And do you think if they didn't get into Neo Brown you'd still be there? Yes. And I don't think that's just in Tonio Brown. I think also when I signed tyrod Williams and even his trip around the tackle from the patriots. I think they're just spending a lot more money than what they're expecting to spend. And but I'll take the retirement gift. Very gracious of what if Aaron Rodgers calls you in late July. Oh, that'll be an interesting phone call. Yeah. I don't know that will be I don't think I could play. But if each they called in. I'm not gonna say begging me to come back, but ask him you back in their need. If probably would be hard to say, no. But we would have to he were at that point. That's the crazy thing happened with James Jones, your deteriorates he was in New York in training camp. And I fell and then everyone he got released by New York and everyone's like James Jones, she can step right in. He knows the system which it's a little different now since they have an coaching for new offense. But obviously, there's a lot of that's still there footballs football. So that would be if that happened that'd be very very interesting question. But my guess is that it won't jordi-. Thanks for the moments. Thanks for the career in good luck with the rest of your life. And we create your time. I appreciate it. Thanks. That's Jordy Nelson. So never say never. That's why. When people talk about retirement, you know, it's the phone. Stops ringing players. Don't wanna stop playing fighters. Don't wanna stop fighting. It's just nobody calls and I wonder if let's say the Packers had something happen at wide receiver. And then all of a sudden Aaron Rodgers and you see that phone call coming up. Let's say it's like July twenty first and you're sitting at the dinner table, and you look at your phone. Your wife goes what? I don't know if I should get this who is it. It's it's Aaron. Just swipe ignore Senate voicemail now, I gotta take the call. No Senator voicemail. I gotta get gotta take Hiran Jordi. A just wanted to see what you're doing like in September. You know, would be funny. What if he didn't ask him to come back vita said, hey, getting married to Antica, Patrick and just thinking maybe you want to come to the wedding. All okay. I thought you were calling for another reason. No, no, just that. I need some grass fed beef. You know, could you supply that for the wedding reception? Yes. Do you think Aaron Rodgers is smart if the time it out and say, I'm gonna call Jordi like mid July on the farm around seven PM at night just went down. He just did a thirteen hour stretch with bales, and and sun and humidity. And like now you wanna come back in the easy job of playing wide receiver. If you missed any of our celebrity interviews this week from the Mercedes AMC man cave. Go to the Dan Patrick show app where you can watch. And listen from inside the Mercedes G man, cave, Mercedes MG, driving, performance and speaking of interviews the reaction from right Thompson yesterday. And this is a writer who I want him to do more. I want him to be out there. So people can experience how great right Thomson is in doesn't do social media used to he travels all over the world. He does these great profiles of athletes and people responded by saying I was late for work. I stayed in my car I wanted to hear his stories. We. Talked about urban Meyer. We talked about Pat Riley. We talked about Michael, Jordan. We talked about Tiger Woods. But he gives you such depth to his stories. Nobody is writing like this now, and he's a great writer, not just a great sports writer. I would never limited him to just sports. I believe that he could he did a thirty for thirty on his own the mater. He did it on Mississippi called the ghost of Mississippi, and it was all about integration. And how you know his conscience told him that this story needs to be told. So people understand what was happening in the deep south in the early sixties with integration. And he did a wonderful job with that as well. You know, he was the narrator with that. So very talented and the people who responded, you know, the best way to thank him go by his book. It's right Thomson. And it's just a series of stories that he's done. I'm taking it to the final four with. I've already read it. I'm taking it to the final four again. Because I think it's that good. I gave another copy to Seton. Just because if you want to read what is good writing? That's good writing. That's great writing. We'll take a break your favorite man cave moments. Yes. This is the final day for this man cave. We go to Minneapolis than New York and then April nineteenth new man cave. And this this old eighty is going to be missed a lot of great memories here. We'll come back and laugh with you, right? After this. Every car comes with its share stories, right? That day in your bumper. When you nervously picked up a first date or maybe the luxury package, you got after a big promotion. Maybe it's the mileage you save by riding your bike all summer while you can't put a price tag on your stories now with truecar you can at least find out what your car's worth when it's time to sell or trade it in just go to truecar simply enter your license plate number and watch. How your car's details? Pop up then enter a few questions navigation a moon roof watch as they bump up your value. High mileage you're already knew it was going to cost you. But now, you know, how much things your wallet? 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Dan, how you doing my man, I I wanna start off by just saying that the man cave and all the years of watching is been so transparent and has been so sentimental, and I I know I'm not the only one to to say that. But my favorite moments are always watching. Fritzy, bring up my headlines and you saying well, that's not approved real good, Gino, go back to the twenty ten Yukon moments. But you know, really, I was bred born to have a sports name, and these are my favorite moments of the fact that when you bring up great sports teams, your UA blobs, your fat levers, dick trickle, God sham. God my last name is Mandic M A N D. I k so I've had to go through my entire life. Doing the Chris Farley self-deprecation humor of making fun of myself before you know, somebody else could sow I christened the new man cave with my next three kids, Anita my vonda. No hurry. Carl's at your is that your real last name. I swear to God in my life, and may N D. I k so when I get to they call in. But do you have kids? All. I'm about to. Okay. What do you know what you're going to have? No, no. Yeah. I'm trying to keep it a secret. Yeah. Yes. Paulie? I have the Carl it costs like four hundred dollars to change your last name. Would you consider doing that before you had children? So they the generation going forward didn't have to bear this burden. We here's the thing. I know because there's no see in the last name. So when I get telemarketers. Like, hi, Mr Mann dyke or Mr. man, dick. What is it? So no, absolutely not. That's no reason to not change it because the telemarketer may screw up your last name. True. Yes. Yes. Absolutely stand by Carl keeping his last name. He would why deny the lineage of all the great, man. Dick's that have come before to Mandic legacy. Absolutely. You've made it this far. And and and and that's why anytime I hear when you when you're dropping dick trickle poll any of those. I'm like, all right. All right. Hold on. Hold on. I I've I've got the name. I just don't have the genetics to get into pro sports. So well, hopefully, you'll have girls because then they get married, and they can change their names Karl thank you boy. Now, this is the prize. Mario couldn't you. Give me a little heads up on Mandich. Yes. Bone the seat and saying be a Mandic and keep your name. Stay with it. Yes. I think that's what he's saying. I think that's what we're all family tree of all the Kate. Does that men Dick's that have come before that top the zaken Wisconsin who called in a month after his uncle died and said my uncle had one request before he died, and that was to say suck it back row? Okay. Did Karl just top that? Someone's dying wish to tell me Levin to suck it. That's gotta do at the forefront. It's good Matt in California top that Matt. Gonna be hard to top that. If you have a Prager style match up between these two moments, which one would you pick calling in and saying here to honor Qualcomm, like thirty seven five for fifty things sausage off. Thank you. Matt, man. Now that was man, California. That was not mad Harvey who gave us I'm just here on her Qualcomm. But that's legendary like people will bring that up just out of nowhere this audience is so great without a slight tear and the UCLA on you know, I got a second opinion with with Dr Andrew's. And and you know, he said, my my Alba was was stable doing going through all of these tests, and you know, we chose to to go the the route of rehabbing, and you know, I strongly believe that that's gonna water can pay off. But you know, today, we're I'm here talking about call common. Hoping. Help them out as much as possible. I really hope them. Because Qualcomm needed a lot of help for Matt Harvey their surgery. I know, but obviously today's come when when that van interview ended it didn't take long before the PR people got a hold of fritzy to say, you know, we're so sorry, we gotta having back on having back on. He's kind of understand. It's quid pro quo. I ask questions about you. You get your sponsorship plug in there. That's how it works. You don't go. Hey, you wanna have mad Harvey on to talk seven minutes on Qualcomm? No, don't think. So the quick question to the Yampa Qualcomm stock the month that Matt Harvey was on the show was at a ten year high of eighty one it is now at fifty eight correlated. Senior you playing more of Matt Harvey. They're running back. There would have a Faulk off. Careful here. Caulk and fog, really, no fritzy sounds gonna say. Sausages. That would be. Sausage off. Porco of hawk all I'm gonna go come to a spot in the road. And you pick the right road to go down though. It'd be four four Coffey go around you realize that none of those rhyme with the jokes that we've been making you just had to get the conference. And you just couldn't quite understand what we were saying fritzy now is bad. I understand if Eminem wants to bend a word to fit into one of his rap songs. You were doing pork off. A little bit of a stretch. I did feel left out in that was just kind of a disaster. But if they miss moment, yes, it was in that better than I'm just here to honor Qualcomm hawk off the final hour in this man cave coming up. Hello guys may fighter. Cheils senate. Check out my podcast. You're welcome with jail son and every Wednesday and Friday right here at podcast one. We cover the latest in mixed martial arts and everything else. Going on in the world of sport. Listen free to your welcome with jail, son and exclusively available at podcast one dot com and on the podcast one app. If you love the show share with a friend and leave us a rating and review. 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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 1 - Pat Forde (03-29-19)

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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 1 - Pat Forde (03-29-19)

"It's all about me. Dan, Patrick gas. There is more where that came from click back for new episodes all week long look knowledge truth brought to you by Geico. Truth. You will certainly send any text about your supervisor to your supervisor. What's Janet fangs? Did she lose up that without weed whacker? Sent wait. No, no, no, no, no truth. It's so easy to switch and save on car insurance at geiko dot com. Janet, I think my phone was hacked or something. Gogo fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more broadcasting from the Mercedes man cave. This is Dan Patrick. Yes. We made it to a Friday to trigger meet Friday. The traeger grill is fired up. So are we got you could join us, Dan the Dan Patrick show available on audience channel, two thirty nine direct TV. And of course, our new TV partners be our live. You can watch for free stream for free on our live dot com. Live sports on be our live as well. Way are down to our final four. 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That's an opening day record the dodgers hit eight of the forty eight. And it's probably the kind of season. I think we're in store for home runs. Keep going up for several reasons teams build around the long ball. The ballparks are getting small. Pitcher's throwing harder. Which means when it comes off the bat it's coming off harder. And of course baseball when you have home runs. There's always a little bit of skepticism. But there's should be some skepticism because we were fooled once before back in the late nineties. The question is is it good for baseball on the surface? It seems like it's if I say forty eight home runs on opening day. Okay. But you wait around for those home runs because there's very little movement in baseball. Everybody loves the long ball chicks. Dig the long ball. It's not the game. I grew up on. But that doesn't mean I can't adapt. I can't change. I just like to see a little more movement with this. And that means get into the batter's box. Hurry up, and, you know, throw the ball to the plate like just move people along a little bit because we've allowed you to milk it and imagine this. If you get up to the plate four times, you're on TV four times, you would milk your TV appearance as much as you can. And that's what a lot. Of these hitters do and I get in. I get out. I gotta just I gotta just after every swing even if I don't swing every pitch. Now, the pitchers on the mound. He's got airtime as well. And if you think of it that way, it's a TV show. But okay, you got your your shot. Now. Let's move on speed it up a little bit here. So you're going to have home runs. You're going to have strikeouts and get used to it because that's what the norm is the new norm in baseball twenty nineteen. Mclovin poll question for me. Yes. Let's start with home runs. Are there too? Many. Or is this awesome? How would people vote? I know how you feel. I'm gonna guess at the audience probably feels it's pretty cool that you have all these home runs. I just like to have a little bit more in their little bit more substance than just feast or famine like Hammond strike out or going to hit a home run. You know, I'm watching the Mets play the nationalist. Because I love me some degrom insurer. And degrom was great. Sherzer was great lot of strikeouts. Both guys had double digit strikeouts and Robinson can hits a home run. Don't you know? And that was it. So that that's feast or famine strikeouts. Great pitchers and somebody tags you for a home run. And that's the difference to nothing final there. And watching the dodgers I got to watch a lot of the dodgers yesterday. And it was inner -taining because it was eight home runs. And then we started to think what's the record for opening day home runs as a league. And then as a team, and here's the dodgers with eight in the entire league with forty eight. So I I'm gonna guess that they're going to say, yeah. Pretty cool. What else do you have? Okay. Would you rather be an NCAA tournament superstar like purdue's Ryan Kline? Now, I'm assuming that he does not necessarily have a big NBA future or a tenth man on an NBA team who never did anything in the tournament. Which would you rather be the old Ali for roof? Menashe question versus I'm looking for a medium player here. I guess Allen crab is too. Good. Would you rather be? Al Horford Horford at all star. I've tried it. Okay. Tenth man, gentlemen. But you take Horford Horford had a good tournament run to he wanted title. But how about under Yuga dolla? Now. He's too good. You gotta take a dollar over alley for route panache, right? Yes. Of course, who's a bad player. Robin lopez. Well, that's okay. His brother. He's the one who doesn't get a lot of playing time. Wayne Selden Wayne Solden from Kansas, although he had a decent tournament. I think it might have had a really bad game where he didn't make shot or something. I I was demar to Rosen who did nothing in. He's some things in the NBA. But how much value is there in that kind of RAI is Ryan client be a name. We think of I think you'll always remember this you're going to remember these names he had his moment against Tennessee. And you know, we've had these names down through history where at tournament time, we say their names, right? We don't say at any other time. But tournament time, you'll say do you remember oh, Bryce drew that shoddy hit? Oh. Thai Edney UCLA. Yes. Finished Dembo there. There's like a handful of names that you always bring up tournament time. They have a little bit of sports in mortality because for a couple of weeks every year, they'll get their clip up there until someone bumps them off the list like a leaf for Oprah Nash played four years of professional basketball overseas. Probably make a couple of bucks. But he never had a even had a Cup of coffee in the NBA. But Robin Lopez is going gonna have a tenure and be a career, and it will be not on the map of our memories. I'd probably take the Robin Lopez career over Fenice demo or Ryan Klein. Yes, mclovin. Where's this? Carson Edwards kid on proof. It is he a future NBA. Yeah. So he's going to have both. Yeah. He's got great lift on his jumper, man. And of course, there's a controversy last night, you call that foul. It was one of those at that time in the game in that moment DA call it, and he takes this shot and the defender Turner from Tennessee comes out. He doesn't touch him on the shot. But he does get some of his body with his body and produced down to he takes a three. And you know, he gets fouled on the play. I I don't like the call in the moment. But it is the call you have to make because Rick Barnes, the head coach at Tennessee said, it was a foul you can invade somebody space a lot of times. What happens with great shooters is? You'll either touch them in the chest or just tap him. Right in the chest or you'll put your foot underneath them. So they know as they're going up. They can see where you are in you try to put your foot there. So they're thinking about when they're coming down. I can't invade your space. But I can't let Carson Edwards flail is leg out as Reggie Miller used to do to draw contact from you as well. But look that was a fun finish. There were some interesting coaching decisions certainly with Rick Barnes. But Tennessee came back. Then Purdue came back, you go into overtime Kline was unbelievable. But I looked at the play. We've looked at the play many times you can't invade a shooter space there. And there was some contact with his hip. Yes. Mclovin. Do you call that in the first half? I hope you do. It feels like you'd call it. You're more likely to call it in the first half. Then in the final, you know couple of seconds there. Right. Usually. That's when you would swallow your with. Yes. Yeah. But I would hope you would be easier to call that foul in the first half than it was late in the in the game. I tell you though, I don't think they would have Texas Tech pack. Michigan about a thousand times. They let them play all over the court. I don't I don't even he put his hands up any landed to the average fan who doesn't know that rule like me. Yeah. It looks like there's a way that's a foul. You would see if you call that on a pickup game you'd be laughed off the court. Well, yeah. Of course, you would. But this isn't a pickup game. But why is it? So the pick up game as a Baker standard. They don't call three seconds in a pickup game. Mclovin. Oh, I know you rarely get the charge. He does Andrew does. But we don't acknowledge that you got three seconds three seconds. Shut up. Have you ever been in a pickup game or a guy calls a charge at? It's always always a fight. Yes. Yeah. Charts? Like, what are you stepping in for charge? Anyway, Doug, Gottlieb strikes me. Somebody would take charge in a pickup. Yeah. See strikes me. Is that I got it other way. Let's go the other way. Absolutely. By the way. The Dan Patrick show is brought to you by the great folks at legalzoom. They're not a law firm. But that's a good thing. They don't charge you by the hour. Their network of independent attorneys can review contracts help with employment laws lease agreements and more of his legalzoom dot com. Use promo code Patrick, say fifteen percent off the corporations LLC's and more. All right. This is the last meet Friday, we will have in the studio this studio because if you're new to the show or maybe you didn't hear the news. We are moving into a new man cave. There's going to be a little bit of time. Because next week we are going to be switching over and this'll be the last meet Friday that we have in here as we moved to the new place. We're going to go to Minneapolis. We'll be in New York for a few shows. And then when we come back, we will have a new man cave in that'll be in a few weeks. Yes. And they went big on the trigger. There's I I walked in this morning. There's two huge slabs of ribs on no smoking since five AM. Yes. Yeah. Looks good. So meet fight Friday. The traeger meet Friday. It'll be sad to say goodbye to our little space. We we we kind of put a grill out on the steps there. There's a little porch there in the back and probably against fire code. I'm guessing, but we've been we've been using the trigger firing it up every Friday here, and it's been a wonderful relationship already. So we'll settle on a poll question. Mclovin we could do. Well, let's I'm gonna put up there right now was at a foul or not, and we'll put the video with it. Then later on we can ask if people rooting for Duke tonight or rooting against tonight. Okay. Here is coach K. He was talking about his team. And his team is the one to beat from the start to the end. We've kind of been the team. I'm not saying we're the best team. But we're the team that somebody has a lot of people have said they they need to be us. That's a good position. But it's there's a lot going on for that whoever that team is and these kids have handled it really, well, they have. Yeah. They considering you start out the season is the team to beat people wondered if they would lose a game this season and they run into a dangerous Virginia Tech team. So the games coming up tonight. You got LSU and Michigan state Auburn North Carolina. Virginia Tech, Duke and Houston and Kentucky. Houston's really the great unknown and Kentucky may not have their best player available and PJ Washington. Virginia Tech's going to be you know, fully assembled where they weren't before. And they did beat Duke when Duke didn't have I on Williamson auburn's going to put up probably forty three's tonight against North Carolina. That might be the most entertaining game because it well for me who never played defense just running up and down and firing threes. I love it LSU and Michigan state. I don't know what to expect from LSU. I coupled them in with Florida state is really talented and dangerous, but you know, give credit to gun saga last night. I think it was pretty evident from the early going that Gonzaga was the better team. But Florida state. In trouble. Didn't look like they had in previous tournament games and gun. Saga was the better team last night as they move on pretty of course, beating Tennessee in overtime. So those are the games coming up tonight. We'll get to your phone calls. Eight seven seven three DP show Email address DP at Dan Patrick dot com. I mentioned at the tail end of yesterday's show. Pat, forty from y'all who sports had a column on the hypocrisy that we as fans have when it comes to. Oh, you got to pay these players. 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We also have our celebrity bracket challenge brought to you by subway, Jim Parsons from the big bang theory. Sheldon is dominating right now. Drew Brees moved up a little bit. I think he's a betting on his pretty boy. Lawmakers to go far Bryan Cranston still hanging tough Wayne Gretzky's in their Dale Earnhardt, jR, I'm in a battle with Michael Douglas, John smoltz's their police there. So it's a it's a interesting race here. But you know, there's not a lot of big changes here. Not a lot of drama. Yes. You ever not look at your bracket for a couple of days. And you forget who you picked. So I'm watching Texas Tech, Texas Tech. Their defense is great. Antastic? And because I soon I had Texas Tech going. Then look I have Nevada in the final in the lead eight terrible. I've done that where I'm rooting for a team. And then I you know, then the team loses that I'm rooting for. And I got what was I doing? I had the other team. So you fill out these brackets so long ago and Mario's doing a great job, he filled out my bracket. So I'm kind of hanging in there. Pretty tough will Ferrell is last will Ferrell did Email me yesterday. And he said that he was going to wear his Jackie moon jersey. I didn't see him on CBS yesterday. During those games he was going to wear the warm jacket. He was taking his kids to the game. And he said that hey, I'm going to wear the Jackie moon. Outfit. And I'm also going to call in next week and all sing the song memories. And that'll be as we say goodbye to the man cave next week. We'll say Hello to Pat forty from. Yahoo sports their national college columnists. He'll join us coming up. He was in Louisville last night for Purdue Tennessee and also. Oregon in Virginia, Oregon Virginia tough watch tough watch waiting for Virginia to shoot like I know they can shoot and they've been surviving with that. Because they're going to have. Well, they better have a game where they hit these threes because they're going to need to. And I watched Michigan last night in Michigan. It has a wonderful coach John beeline. But we always say the same thing when it comes to Michigan. Do they have enough offense? They play great defense. But you have to have some offense. Texas Tech plays great defense, but they have some offense and they have a future NBA star in Culver. I think Michigan's got a if they haven't already come to an understanding realization is college basketball's changed dramatically, and it's not necessarily a team sport there. There are moments for individuals in this sport. And that's what you have to find you have to have a couple of these guys who can create isolation and they can score points because Michigan didn't have enough points in that line. As they move forward. You know, he's probably going to have to surrender a little bit of that control that he has to find some of these Purdue has that Purdue has Carson Edwards, and he's a wonderful score. But if you look at a lot of these teams, they do have that guy. They do have somebody that you can isolate he can get a shot because you need to have that certainly in tournament time when you have a little bit tensor situation a lot more at stake. And can you go you who's your go-to guy? And Michigan did not have that already poll question. Mclovin is putting up there was it a foul, and we're fifty fifty on the Purdue, Tennessee and regulation. It's bringing Pat forty from. Yahoo sports national college columnists. He was there for that produce Tennessee finish. What did you make of that call last night, Pat? You know, I thought that there was contact lower body contacted it affect the shot. No. But the rule is that the shooter as a shooter until they're back on the floor. So I mean, I think you can call it. I you know, you kinda hate to see a game that good come down to a if he call. But I can't say it was a terrible call Rick Barnes afterwards said it was a foul. So I'm I'm going to say it with the foul. Would you call it? Yeah. I think I probably would've, you know. But I'm a killjoy anyway. Naturally. You labeled Oregon Virginia Virginia's win ugly. Why? Yeah. God. Yes. I did. Oh, oh, I I mean, the the stretch of like eight straight possessions where not only that nobody score. Nobody came close to score, you know, it's just like complete futility. And I I mean Oregon's just settling for these give up three pointers. They were gassed Virginia was flailing around looking like, you know, the weight of the world is on them. And to watch the first game go eighty to eighty two in regulation this game. Nearly one team gets the fifty was pretty stark contrast. I quoted you from your column yesterday where you know, it feels like there's more of an outcry. You gotta pay these athletes. I I wonder where that outcry will be in a couple of years when we are through with the one in done where the marquee players will go into the NBA, and we'll have these players that might need to spend two years or three years in college. Yeah, I think that would be a. Great Panadol really for this situation. They don't make guys go. But don't wanna go don't, you know, to send the economy underground and have everybody, you know, lying denying what's going on. Let them go pro that want to go, but they don't have to pretend to be students. They don't have to pretend they're not being paid. And you know, I just think it would work a whole lot better. We end charade. I still think college basketball would be an interesting product. I mean, there's no denying that. It was great for college basketball Zayn Williamson this year. But I if he doesn't wanna be in college, and he doesn't need to be in college. Why should we have to go to college? But if I said to you come up with a pay scale. Could you come up with something that we could somehow pay these athletes? You know, that's a really good question. And that's where I think a like a name, image and likeness thing would maybe make it a little bit easier because then there would be a market value. Like, you know, a sign Williamson would have one market value and Alex O'Connell off the bench for Duke would have a different one. And otherwise, if you're if you're just handing out cookie cutter payments of ten thousand dollars to each guy. I'm not sure that would work as well. So I I would like to see something tied to name image likeness, where you can sell jerseys that say Williamson on the back and Williamson gets a cut of it. You know, you can sell other merchandise like that I think that might be the best of what do you think? Zion. Williamson is worth this season to college basketball, if you were going to put a number all tens of millions of dollars. I would say I just think that the ratings have been humongous when they played ticket prices have. Been used that was the thing that that really hit me. I talked to a guy ticket guy before the tournament started in. We're looking at possibly having North Carolina Kentucky, and Kansas all in Kansas City. And you think that tickets going to be crazy and the tickets in BC were was going to be we're one hundred dollars higher than there. So I mean, he is the biggest ticket driver I've ever seen in college basketball, you won't so brought up then a lot of these teams are under investigation or the cloud of suspicion. You brought up what happening Kansas where an assistant coach is wiretapped. I guess he's talking to an Adidas rap who is telling him. This is what it's going to cost Kansas wants to get Cihan Williamson into Kansas. So are we to believe then that only Kansas was the one who was alerted to? This is what it was gonna cost to get Zion. Williamson that nobody else had conversation on that. He just went to do to get a scholarship. It stands to reason that everybody that was involved sign. Williamson knew what the going rate was going to be. So, you know, I bet if you don't think so then I I don't know what to tell you the only thing that makes it plausible that perhaps do didn't pay is the he he committed like three months after everybody had to go scared straight when when the fed Slough everything up and maybe by then the market had disappeared. And you know, you can't really walk around with your hand out at that point. But if before September twenty six two thousand seventeen when the fed went public with this everybody was recruiting John Williamson, I would think had to know what was going to cost to get families. And you I'm we're not surprised we've been around this a long time that these kids get paid. And you know, I understand why they have their hand. Don't. I mean, I understand it, and I would too if if I was I on Williamson, and I could better my family. Better my life. Still get you know, one year under coach K and then go to the NBA. I I understand it because these kids this is the only sport side from football. But they're not ready when they're coming out of high school where we say, oh, you gotta protect these kids. We don't care about kids in any other sport. But somehow we wanna protect our brackets and our March madness here, which is what it comes down to. Sure, you're right. And and look most of these kids are smart enough to know, they've been come out aside from auto ties from time their about fifteen years old, the good ones, the really good ones because you know, AAU teams are are battling for them. Sneaker companies are coming in saying, yeah, we'll pay two hundred thousand dollars sponsor your team. You know, they're being asked to, you know, live in one place and play for another team and you team over here. They they know what's going on here. So that for them, then to get the college expected that say, oh, well, never mind. I'm now a pure amateur. I is is incredibly naive. What schools in the most trouble? Do you think? Oh boy. I mean, I think LSU from what we know right now. Just because I I don't think there's any way to misinterpret what will way to sing on the wiretap. And that's gonna be a tough one to explain them. As a matter of fact, he hasn't even bothered to try to. I know I know and then he can't say, hey, I I wanna get out of purgatory. I want my job back here. And I'm like, no, no, no. If you explain explain what you're talking about with this. Great offer that you were giving one of your recruits. I mean, come on. Yeah. Me strong ask offer. This alert statement was fantastic. It was basically I want my job back because I want my job. You know? I'm not gonna I'm not gonna explain anything. I'm not going to admit anything. But I just wanna coke. So let me coach. Okay. Sorry. We'll done work that way. I think Robert Kraft might have a better explanation for what he's guilty of then we'll wait at LSU. I think so taking of underground economy is, yeah, how do you? How do you think? Tonight plays out. You know, I I really interested in the games in Kansas City. I I think Kentucky without PJ Washington could be in trouble against Houston. I don't expect her and be able to play. And if he does I don't know how effective he would be. You know, I think North Carolina like beats Auburn a hundred and five to ninety. It'll be a really up and down toward game should be a lot of fun. And then I expect the Duke and Michigan state so advance the one heck of original file good to visit with us. Always Pat keeps turn it up. All right. Thank you bad. Forty yahu sports national college columnist already we'll get phone calls here. Eight seven seven three DP show, Email address DP, Dan, Patrick dot com. Twitter handle at DP show. Got our poll question and we've got gusts in Los Angeles leading us off this morning high. Gus welcome back. Vendor for taking my call. It's final meat fried in the house. Congratulations on the new digs. Thank you. You know? It's a pleasure to call and talk about something else. I felt like I was I felt like I was turning into shea and everybody, and when it came to the Lakers, I'll get to talk about my dodgers, what a one of the talking about was that yesterday was as historic day at the ravine. But it's like, you know, you lead up the show with like, you know, you know, sh fool me once shame on you fool me twice him on me. It's like are we ever going to be able to enjoy a historic day? Like we did yesterday with eight home runs and not having the back of my mind. You know, any big testing these days is it on the up and up. Now, it's like are we ever going to be able to enjoy a home Winfield season without juice balls? You know, ROY is this guy taking a hormone supplement a lot, right? Manny Ramirez, you know, what's going on. Here. Are we ever going to be able to sit back? And enjoy the long Bill. I think I think the innocence is lost guns. But that doesn't mean you can't sit back and just enjoy it in. I I enjoyed it. I don't have everybody go to the plate or the I see where they hit a home run and go. Yeah. Probably cheating. I just I I'm not surprised won't be surprised if something emerges. But I'm not. I mean, I'm not that negative. When I'm watching the game. I just want to watch the game Robinson can owes a cheater. I don't know if he was cheating yesterday. When he homered off max Scherzer, but he has tested positive. He got suspended though. You know, what I wouldn't be surprised? And I think I mean, that's sort of the sad part. When you lose your innocence. When it comes to sports, you know, it's that's when you kind of, you know, you become a grownup, you're like, wow, man. That's a bummer. Like, I even look back at Pete Rose. And I say was he using steroids? Like the wave is built. I I don't know. But I never doubted Lance Armstrong. I kept thinking, well, the French don't like him, the French don't like us. So what? And then you see that Lance this great story of just surviving coming back from testicular cancer. And then you go, okay. But I'm not surprised with anything anymore that you guys have taken performance enhancing drugs to play darts. Why would we be surprised with any of this? But I don't I do not watch the game in have skepticism during the game. It's when somebody tests positive the only guy who if he ever tested positive would have brought down. The sport was probably Cal Ripken. Like if you said or jeeter if you said what? You know, a rod I didn't flinch bonds. I didn't flinch McGuire. I didn't Giambi I didn't Andy Pettitte a little bit. But only because he said, Well, I I had to do this to get back into the lineup to help my teammates as if nobody else could use that excuse, but just Andy Pettitte with the Enke's Clemens. I wasn't surprised with any of this. But. You know, I've been saying all along that steroids have been and probably still are Ingolf and basketball. Why why do we go notes only for football and baseball, really? If I can balk up and be a great basketball player adds Ed some size if I can add distance in my golf game. Of course, you would do it. If you can get away with it. So that that's I mean, I enjoyed it yesterday. I flipped around. I watch a ton of baseball yesterday. Watch the Red Sox. Get roughed up Chris sale. Get roughed up by the Mariners last night. I was just bouncing around. And I know point did I say other than when a rod came on on camera with Edgar Martinez. And I was wondering what this new documentary about a rod, and you know, the the steroid. A doctor who was prescribing all of this stuff to these guys like what's going to happen to a rod because rods on this campaign to make the whole thing. And it is a national campaign shaking hands kissing babies. And you know, he's a different guy. They got him on shark tank. He's on Sunday night baseball. He's a different guy than a guy who was blasting, you know, major league baseball and wanting to bring down people and here he is. He's looks great sounds great in the booth. Now, all of a sudden, you know, I'm wondering what this new documentary is going to mean for that. Goodwill tour to the baseball hall of fame. But no enjoy it watch. It just don't be surprised. I think that's really the key. All right. We'll take a break. We gotta play the day coming up next more phone calls as well. Back after this on the Dan Patrick show, if you could live your most prosperous life. What would it look like would you maybe open your own business or buy new home? 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Ryan climbed goes for twenty seven Purdue holds off Tennessee over time. They'll take on Virginia this weekend for chance to go to Minneapolis Purdue made fifteen three pointers last night in that win. They made sixteen three pointers against villanovan. The previous game they are the first team and NCWA tournament history to make fifteen or more threes in back to back games. And it made me wonder last night when I saw these numbers the Boilermakers thirty one three pointers over two games tied for the second. Most by any team in back to back games in tournament history. The only team in front of them the nineteen ninety Loyola Marymount team that had thirty two. And I was wondering what that loyal the Marymount team would be doing this year in college basketball. The fact that they were doing what they were doing. And they were so far ahead of everybody. You know, Paul Westhead with that team in what they were doing. Me back then we were going. Oh, you can't win that way. They're going to give you two for their three. And that's what they were going to do bull exchange. Your two for our three. We're confident enough that we can shoot those threes. And I can't imagine what Loyola Marymount if they were playing today where everybody's allowed to shoot three. We're okay with the three the coaching philosophy is take the three and that was a fun team to watch back. Then play the day brought to you by truecar in sports a trade can make or break your team. It's no different when it comes to selling trading in your car, you need to make good choices. And with truecar. You've got a star on your Oster. So when you're ready to sell or trade in your car, check out truecar true cash offer not available in all areas. Pete in Texas joins us. Hi, pete. When you have for me. And I just wanted to say good morning congrats on the move to the new Bank aches and wanted to officially invite you guys joined the Purdue bandwagon know that we we do love our shooters. Like, you guys are gonna see that. You guys are practicing all the time. So we'll always have space on the boilermaker special for you. I appreciate that Pete. Thank you. Yes. Mclovin. No interest for me. I'd rather win fair and square. Wow. Mclovin. Okay. Sill mclovin tweets last night after this call is made. And what happened after that? So I had I add Tennessee winning that game in my bracket. I kind of needed that one. And I said this I put the video taped off TV into this is a disgrace. And I just thought like, you know, like normal fourteen people would reply it'd be like now, you're wrong. All of a sudden, I noticed my phone is blowing up, and then Doug Gottlieb is saying you literally only person in the country who takes his wasn't foul. Seth Davis who has Purdue in the final four shockingly thought it was foul big surprise there. And like all these college basketball experts were jumping in Sam decker of former Wisconsin star. Wait, he criticized you too said that is a foul a thousand out of a thousand times. Okay. But he'd had a few beers. And he said he doesn't even like college basketball. Okay. And friend for shila who's a college basketball analyst he responded as well. What did Gottlieb say that? You're the only literally the only person who thinks that that wasn't a foul. Okay. But the only reason why you thought it wasn't a foul because you had Tennessee beating Purdue absolutely weren't basing this off of any rules or why it was fouled like, Tennessee. Coach said it was a foul just talking fan like the guy jumps. And he put he turns and puts his hands away. He didn't touch his art when I think about jump shot foul. I think you got to contact his arm at all. Yes, there hips touched. But you would never call that in a pick up game. Like, he didn't hit his arm. But this isn't a pickup game. You wouldn't call it. I mean, come on in the middle of a game if someone 'cause it would be like, oh, that's pickup game you call your own founds. Yeah. But even in a real game. Like, nobody's they're not going to call that it nobody that foul. Are you kidding me? The way that guys are hitting each other in this game. Like, Texas Tech was malling going back to Texas towel over there. So many if that's a foul there's five hundred down was a different game different officials, Texas in Purdue I'm telling you there were fifty worst plays that we're not called. You can't call to that level. Yes. Hunting. Hunt on was the contact after the shot had gone already. Definitely the contact. That's being called. Yeah. Why would that matter you have to allow the shooter to be able to come down? So if you I mean, he was on him, but he wasn't under him. You. You can't have any. They protect you. When you go up for your jumper because there are cheap defenders who will put their foot under you just to let you know when you come down you could turn your ankle. And they they're trying to get rid of that. And they've done a pretty good job of policing that but that's what they're trying to protect. If you go up that you can still come back down, Yarmuk lemon. I heard an analysts say key point was did the shooter kick out his feet to the extent where they supposed to land in the same place rule to exist. Yeah. So that's where the real controversy lies. And and then I thought that maybe it's an even trade off there that maybe there was a little contact. But also he's trying to initiate contact as well because he knows he's going to miss the shot. And that's what Reggie Miller did for an entire hall of fame career where he tried to draw contact on Carson Edwards speed. Whether it's right or wrong, go forward and the contact happens between their legs like he's not doing a straight up jump shot. He kinda Jackson himself as arms go forward. His legs kind of kick for it at the end. They they split day. I've root for producing way. Yes. A seat isn't the contact that their hips? Yep. So what does it matter whereas likes do if he kicks his legs out? That means his hips would actually go back further. We're going to have to get somebody who knows. And plus it, isn't it crazy. How close he has to step out of? That's what I thought of like man, you gotta look to see if he stepped out of bounds more than anything because he's he's on his toes. If he was just on it flat footed with the ball. I think he would have been found. Mclovin. First of all it took nine seconds. Inbounds is supposed to be five. Carson Edwards push them off the bigger problem with the inbound than I do the foul then on the next play tennis. He does stupid inbound play where they but the guy who's running the clock started early. Then the referee to give him time out on time. They should've had a last second shot. They got sort of jogged on that one too. Of course, I do. Yeah. No, you at Tennessee, Tennessee. That's the other thing. You still can't get it. Right. You keep saying produce. How is it produced up by eighteen and I gave up on that game. Then I come back in Tennessee has the game in hand. It was a very confusing game. Yes. Boeing, and when he missed the first free throw, your you started thinking the other way that if he misses one of the next two it'll be oh what McKnight by the way that kid on producing hitting forty for jumpers in the guy's face. That was well Ryan client. How are they a three seat if they have Steph curry on their team? I was wondering that he can't miss from fifty feet away. I wish you had Purdue because I'd love to have heard. You argue the other way clear foul. Yeah. Clear fell. Wilson in Oklahoma. I wilson. Hey, DC good morning. I'm long time five ten and a half to fifteen and grouping. Two things real quick one. You know, you gotta have the one shining moment. Song for me Friday. I would like to offer up one Brian moment. Ooh. And yeah. Hey, dan. Did you think that you were looking at old footage of yourself when you were watching Klein last night just come on be on us? No because he was making the shots and. And he played some defense. I think so. No. And he's about six six. I remember his dad was at Ohio State. I don't know how good is dad was at Ohio State. But I I remember a Mike Cline at Ohio State. A couple of other phone calls in here. John k joining us from Detroit. Hey, john. Kirstein long time five eleven a proportionate one hundred eighty pounds this John k and who's to say, yes, it is. John sorry about the loss. Great great effort. Great video any meat Friday songs. Thank you. Thank you. I really appreciate that. Yeah. Kenny song is undeniable. And I'm sure sure there are a lot of DP show fans who reminisce about the mid nineties. Bumping the Warren g and Nate Dogg. Yeah. Tribulations is pretty good by Kenny California. I mean, you're in a tough bracket there, and you lost to a great a great song that well before I officially concede. Our teams lost the tribulations. I'd like to just take a second. If I could assigned a little light on you. I've been watching you since you guys again on NBC sports in two thousand twelve and you've been a morning staple since in frankly, your authenticity, the depths that you Plum, in interviews, and in fact, that you're always focused on moving story forward, not beating same thing over and over. It's it it it resonates in and keeps me coming back. And also my girl. Friends. She started watching the show. She's not even into sports, which we we have you on every morning just enjoy it so much. 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Hour 2 - Megan Rapinoe and Julian Edelman (06-25-19)

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Hour 2 - Megan Rapinoe and Julian Edelman (06-25-19)

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She will join us from the team boss in on its way to Paris, France. They got the big game coming up match coming up on Friday against the host country. She will join us, Julian Edelman of the patriots will join us. He's got a documentary on Showtime and Adam Sandler a little more than an hour from now. The San man will be in studio, and you can watch three on three game with Sandler and his ringers that'll be coming up at twelve thirty eastern on the DP show up. It's Sandler's team versus police. Seton? Mclovin and fritzy at twelve thirty eastern. We have our championship match that will be on Thursday. It'll be the back row. It'll be mclovin against the grain is against fritzy's crush. And a shocking upset yesterday almost two upset yesterday as the lugers gave mclovin, team against the grain is a little bit of a run there. Can you imagine if it was losers versus fritzy's team in the final after that season? And well you know what? It was one in done round, Robin here, and there will be a losers game coming up on Thursday as well. Because we're looking at the draft order already that the back row with fritzy, mclovin. The front row will be playing for the worst team in the league label. Yes. It's right now being called this game's being called tanking for twos. Which is, you know, the whoever loses the last place game is obviously in last place. They get the first pick of the next draft what he would be two days again. Okay. What do you think of this for next year? You can't draft anybody next year that you had on your team this year. Promise. Passe officer. They feel they hate me, absolutely guaranteed. Marvin hates me. Okay. Yes, we love we already mock drafts out, because you brought it up in the last location. Yeah. There's a team out there that you might not want us to Todd for it is possible team could be Todd. The big German and Mario, who air balled, the shot that cost the team the win. That's not bad. It's not a bad team. That's a good team Il who's going to score on that team. Well, fritzy? Oh, shoot. It's a good. If you're going to the buffet know. That, that's a defensive stopper ever heard Ritchie's alloctaed. He's our Bruce Bowen in here. And you see the defense, he put on mareo at the end of that game. 'cause the shot to go didn't guard. Mario all Morio has to do is is if he, he can run out the clock. If I smother remedy, this whole, go ahead wide open. You know, it was brilliant, brilliant strategy on your part. Fritzy. Let Mario the only way that the big baller brand can lose. His if Mario takes a shot, and he airballs it. Today's gets it the rebound. The put back. We went into overtime seat and misses the three twos or banks in the three and that's your game. That's it. Three things had to happen. How to be you had to shoot. It had to be an airball, and we have somebody right under the basket immediately to put it up. All three of those things that happen in the last three seconds I to tie that game. Yes, I feel like we're underplaying the second game though. And the, the drama that was their Paul's team had. Andrew's team. Shut out in the first half zero points zero points Andrews, the leading score the league by twice as many points per game. As everybody else they went on a fourteen to run in the second half to beat us that could have been a big shocker there, because everybody was doing everything right against mclovin. But mclovin took upon his shoulders as MVP's do. And you were great in the second half. Well, our star player, you know, I'm not saying there's rumors that certain PD's have an effect on your body and stiffened up for the game or second star. All the TS chef has been having some sort of problems that are suspicious. I'm gonna say like the Mark Maguire of this leak. Wow. Yes. That was Pearl who show up in the second half yesterday. There is no joking around there is pointing to calling for picks taken into the whole elbows out. I mean he played clean, but like it was he was it got it got frothy there yesterday. Well, that there is a we saw some. Tempermental outbursts yesterday, there was one early where they were seems delaying just a hair at the inbound physical Chuck it in took it in and he passed it to guys hard. And then I was doing the same thing I was casually. Checking the ball in and the big German kid, Yeldham face. She was once took it in, and I spun the ball and I wish I wish for two and you guys didn't hear this. Now. You gotta wait five more seconds. And I thought he's going to punch me in a are you? Okay, if there's a fight in this league Dan is that is fighting allow as long as it's on camera. It's all about content. Poll questions. Sponsored by man versus food on cooking channel, by the way, the Bleacher report app. Connects you to the moments that matter faster. 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And we say good morning to Megan repeat, no team, USA forward, co captain and yesterday player the match two goals versus Spain in the win next game versus France, this Friday at three pm eastern and Megan joins us now. Where are you today? Megan. On the bus heading from wrong to parents is about a two hour bus ride. You to have fun today. Is this a day off? Yeah, this is a little recovery this morning. A little pool. I saw that. And then take an easy for the rest of the day know being one of the veteran players. How does it work for seniority? Do you get to sit where you want on the bus? Yeah. Everyone coming in the same spot, but there has been depends, where that'd be like new people coming into the squad and accidentally sits someone else, see. And then you gotta tell them women in their mortified, but I should towards the front. I don't wanna be getting carsick or be staying trapped in the back. So I said towards the front of the bus out of the refresh younger players make fun of you. Give you grief at all. They have a nickname for you. Not really. I mean, I think it still them as long as I'm keeping up with them, then they don't really have much to say. What, what, what are the older players do? We wanna do that. take us to the, the penalty kick, like you know, put us in that moment of, are you looking at the goaltender at all, like what's the process? Not really. I don't look at to go too much. I mean I kind of know where they're just going to be in the middle of the goal. I try to just focus on the process that I go through the routine that I have trying to stay calm, obviously, it's you're not super calm. You know, he's Everson that moment, especially a moment, like yesterday where, you know, let's get potentially be the winning goal put us through the next round. But just trying to pick my spot. You know, put it outside the keepers rains. I feel like you know, it is so close to where if you put it in the right spot of the goalkeepers never gonna be able to get to it. You go scouting reports when all of these goaltenders. Yeah. We do a little bit. But we've, we've sort of more so focused on just trying to put it low and in the corners or high in the corners. I mean, unless you have like try Norma's goalkeeper in there. The a normal size one is never going to be able to reach those corner. So just trying to hit it with pace and pick your spot. Hit it with confidence whose putting more pressure on you guys. You guys or the media us. I will say, I think the media puts a lot of pressure on us. But probably nothing compared to what we want where we're very sort of critical and analytical about our performances always wanted to do really. Well, I mean, obviously, we know have, you know, the expectation honest, but I think that comes from within, as well, we're never really satisfied, you know, really only four once every four years, do we ever get a chance to be actually really satisfied. And that's if we if we win trophies or not. And if we went metals or not, so I think there's no greater expectation than what we all feel for each other, which the biggest difference you think in being cocky, or confidence or confident when you step on the pitch. Probably the the level of respect for the opponents. I think teams are coffee or players who are concrete, don't even really pay attention to the opponent, and, and don't really respect what they do and think that you can just go and, and run all over them. I think we turn to have the highest level of the sector they've come. It's obviously Al teens, especially as we peep advancing are so good. They're here for a reason. They put in just as just as much work we do. And just as many hours as we do and focus that we do so trying to break them down realize, you know the strength of their game and, and trying to combat against that. And then on the trying to find a little weak points where we can exploit. The quote that you is attributed to you. I hope it's just a total bleep show. Circus. It's going to be totally awesome. I think this is what everybody wants. This is the upcoming match with France on Friday. So explain the total bleep show circus. There meghan. I just hope it's wild. I thinks that this is, you know, kind of one of those, those moments in sports where everything comes together, you have considered one of the heavy favorites against what I consider a very heavy favourite and the host nation Francis. A fantastic side. They've had a good run through the tournament. It's like this is the game that everyone had circled you know all the media wants it. I think fourteen up for all the fans want it. It'll be in Paris. It's kind of this sort of pitcher ask, you know, quarter-final that they don't get very often when you have two of the, the heaviest hitting teams of the tournament. So hopefully it's wild and the fans are crazy. And everyone's hype for can you talk in front. Yeah a little bit. I can try I only know if you were give me a little bit. Gimmie a little big that I might here on for. Cuss words a little bit. But I think I'll just try to give little look and try to get them out of their game a little bit. I always like to crack a joke and there's quite a few players. I played with as well in France. So trying to just get them off their game a little bit. When I knew you were going to be on. I still go back to this equality thing. I, I don't know why this is an issue. Why, why is this an issue Megan with the, the, the women in the men? I I don't understand it. Didn't you prove that you are equal or better? Yeah. Yeah. I don't understand it either. That'd be a question. You could ask our veteran. But what we we'll be asking it again. Obviously very shortly after the World Cup in no matter what happens. But yeah, man, I think progress takes time obviously. And sometimes people are just very set in their ways, and don't wanna see anything a different way. But I think we're showing that every day we've, we've proven every day on the field and every time we step out there not only from just a performance perspective. But also, you know, just just the way that we rally the country and getting behind us, and the readings that we have, and the popularity of is growing. It seems like you know every day. So, I think we got a pretty good case ourselves. Made it this four and we haven't even brought up celebration controversy. You proud of me. I'm very proud of house. Listen they're not doing. I've known her for probably three quarters of her life. I'm friends with her parents. So how how she holding up here? She's good. She didn't really get. We actually talked about it this morning. I feel that I was going on your show, and she was like, oh, he's a great guy forever. He's the babysitter something for you. Yeah. She's doing very solid back there for us. I think she's enjoying her first World Cup experience as starter. Good yell at her teller, Mr. Patrick gut says, low in wishes through the best of luck. I will definitely Meghan good. Luck on Friday and great to talk to you again. Great. Thank you have. Man. That's Meghan repeat. Yeah, my family is friends with the goaltender the goalie. I've I'm friends with her parents. A listen air and have known her for a long time. And I forgot when Megan brought up the fact that she babysat some of my daughters, and that's how long we've known her. Yes, listen. Big neighborhood bragging rights. How's your daughter doing? She's got, you know, going to Georgetown, how's your daughter? Oh she just won the World Cup goaltender. Yeah. I'm sorry. She's, she's on TV right now. I can't talk. He didn't France. Yeah. Three hundred million people watching. Yeah. I've known Meghan as well for a long time. And, you know, when you talk about athletes and being tough, she tough. He's tough athlete. Great athlete, tough athlete, not afraid, and, you know, the those are the kind of athletes, you need on a big stage like this, that the, the big weight is Sandler here. Yeah. The whole crew just silent Sandler's in our early, there's free basket. And barbecue. Well, I did he didn't even know about the barbecue, but I, I can see sandwich in the man cave. If we if you're watching put a put a camera on there. It is if you're watching Sandler brought in his own team robbed is rob Schneider out. There is like assistant. I don't think rob Schneider's plan. I will say, though, that the danettes ask for this. They wanted a good tea sandwich can play San. Let's get a little handle there, too. I saw. No. He's dribbling way. You're talking about the love hand on. Wow. No. That's a shot for Sam when he. When he was at his peak. He could really play. Yeah. San man's out there shooting out is that his outfit that he would have worn any way or is he dressed for basketball? I think if a game breaks out he's ready to play. But Sandman is his here. He's here. I got a surprise for him to. I got a little surprise in the hallway for him. But Sandler's getting does he know that he's really early Todd? He does. Okay. He did did. They wanted to make sure they got here with extra time with the weather and everything. I told him it wouldn't take three hours to get here. He's very punctual and he had to be an hour early. Then be two minutes late. Or I don't like that. Yes bone. So San is dribbling through his legs, and everything he's got handle. He looks like he could ball. But then another dude comes in team. That's the guy you wanted to play and nets anytime. The guy comes in wearing headphones around his neck. That's a good. He's probably the best player on the team. Yes. He he might as well be wearing twenty three that is always the best player on the team here, it is. She was in. A box. I told you this is the guy who I believe played on the and one tour. His dad is the legendary basketball writer Peter Vesey, and the member. When I said, because I said to Sandler, no ringers, all right. Don't do that because it's the dannettes, and I told you guys I said had told Sandler no ringers you know, he's got this guy who's unbelievable and they're like, no, no bring them on. I go, no. Okay. So you guys got him. And then salmon's longtime friend lock is going to be out there as well. But that's at twelve thirty eastern. That that's two hours from now for Sandler maim. You is can tire him out. San man will join us coming up a little bit later on. We'll take a break because up next, we'll talk to Julian Edelman and the patriots got a documentary on Showtime last what that's all about. 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But yeah, yeah I'm ready to ball for sure. It starts is an exhibition. It does. The fact this'll be televised on the DP show app. He just hit a, a three couple of them from an awkward angle. And all I heard after the, the second or third one went in was the same. He provides his own commentary. Man is intimidating. Yeah. So that'll be coming up after the show, Sandler will join us. I don't know we have Julian Edelman coming up, and then we'll Sandman man will work in. Yes polling. We've got a quick, Julian Edelman bet you want a piece of it. Okay. If you ask Julian Adam, and the following question, what will his answer be? He could be six three or run a four three two things. He's not that close to either ran a four or five two at the combine not a slow man. Okay. But he's, he's about five nine ish. Okay. What do you think he's going to say he would rather run a four three then be six three? I'm guessing you guys wanted who wants a piece of that. I'll be train and take the other side six three you think that Julian Edwin given a chance he could be. He could run a four three or be six three. Seton patriots apologised for three four three a four three, paulie, I gonna say six three because he he's done it without great speed. And he he's more route runner, quickness guy. I'm gonna six three. Okay. Let's bring in Julian adamant of the patriots showtimes, new documentary film one hundred percent Julian Edelman premiers this Friday at nine eastern and Pacific. Also, streaming on demand. Narrated by Michael Rapaport. And you got more Walberg snoop Dogg. Tom Brady Michael Strahan. Dion Sanders as we look inside joy atamans underdog journey from major injury. NFL suspension to Super Bowl. MVP jillian. Good morning. Let me start with that question. If you had the opportunity to be six three or run a four three forty which one would you take? Or three. Yep. That's what I thought. What is your best time ever? For four six. What do you run? Now. I don't know. I ran a forty ten in eleven years. I think it's overrated, I think the forties over a I would rather know how fast you can get to top end speed. I'd rather know how quick you are off the ball in the first five to seven to ten yards. What do you think of that as opposed to the forty yard dash? I think you put on film, and you watch football speed. I think that's more important than timing or this, or that, because when, when you have someone chasing, you, it's a little different. So. I would evaluate that more than trying to get a quantitative number on forty speed base that and the other well, Jerry Rice head football speed. He's the classic example, it was like he ran a four six forty, but it didn't feel like anybody ever caught him from behind. Without a doubt. I mean, you know, your hand you can even put drunken that category. I mean you're seeing someone catch crawling from blind your arms. Some. I mean, there's, there's difference between football speed and guys that can test playing fast and going out and being fast is, is, is different. You miss gronk. More on the field or off the field. I mean, it it's hard to say that you're not gonna miss him on the field because of how dynamic of a player he was and how big he showed up in in crucial situations. But I probably say in the locker room more just because I you know, he was always always had a good. I always use always on, you know I it could be you know, week eleven. Coming off of the long road trip into a short week and those practices are grueling tough. You got an ankle injury. You don't feel great mentally this that and the other and you, you look in and you see gronk in his locker probably half naked, he's gonna smile and say would feel guys. That every day. That's kinda team. Eighty was he just he just he just a big, big jolly guy Brady ever yell at him and tell him to get serious. Now. I'm not really. I mean you didn't have to. I mean he's he's, he's a self motivated guy, and he's, he's a very disciplined guy when it comes to his work, but you just have fun doing it. Tell me how this documentary came about. Came out with came about by. We originally gonna start shooting something in two thousand seventeen during that playoff run. We played Atlanta and, you know, I got kinda scared picking out didn't want wanna mess with my routine. You know, my, my, my business partner that I started production company coast, with Asaf came up to me, he goes, well, we messed up on that, that could have been and trying to on a yelled at me, and then house like whatever next time we'll do it just so happened that you know, I tore my CEO and they're pretty pretty season week. And he came up to me again, and he gave me that, that look like a this would be something we could do. I take me a little time. Let it pass. And kinda. Thought about it, isn't it? And it gave me an opportunity, use my creative side, and then kinda work out something occupied my time in my mind. So it wouldn't be going crazy. And, and that's kind of what we did. How much nudity is in the documentary, Julian naturally went to want to know. Nudity there. I don't think there's that much nudity. The sex sex sales. I know like what are you doing? If you went to ladies to watch you gotta come on. You gotta there there's, there's a couple. Some tidy whitey's in there. What was the hardest thing to reveal during this documentary? I would say probably just. Kinda like the family matters you know, going into after watching and rewatching it kinda opened up a lot. You're telling a lot about yourself in that stuff was. It was kinda hard to see but hard to watch for me not hard. But like it was just it was uncomfortable at times, just because it got it got kinda in-depth with, you know, a lot of on issues that I was going through. And you know that that was that was probably the toughest part. But when you when you get suspended, are you are you angry? Are you embarrassed or like how do you deal with that with the with the documentary? You're, you're all of them. You're everything, you know, you thinking of. All of that. And then you're also, you have regular life you family. You know, you and then you have. A profession that you're trying to you know overcome a major injury. You're dealing with all of that. And you know it was definitely weird tough. But, you know, I had some of my, my closer friends that you know, okay, more guys that new win win. You know, I was able to film without being too uncomfortable. Also parenting, we've talked about, when you had your daughter. How important was it to kinda show that side of you? I mean that was awesome. Looking back on it. I mean something like it always. In a cool. They have like a family family. An and see some of the interactions of my daughter with Lee, my family my father, my mother, and my brother, and my sister and other relatives. I mean I it's just something that, that was probably my favorite part of it is kinda relieving that 'cause, you know, as an athlete, you, you don't always get time to appreciate you know, everything that you have in your life. You're so caught up with the next year and what you gotta do this year to get better and training and the inventing yourself and adding things to your game. And sometimes to be able to sit back and watch that. And, and see, you know, the actual story I it was kind of refreshing, you know what I mean? What I mean he's Julian Ataman the new documentary is one hundred percent Julian Ataman, it premieres this Friday on Showtime at nine eastern and Pacific. You watch the Super Bowls. Have you gone back to watch them? Not not so much. I mean I, I want I watch like the cut ups day after day after we usually play or sometime tonight up just kinda see certain plays. But other than that, you get caught up. So many other things you don't really have time to. And, and you believe on honestly, so what's the better Katcha against Seattle or against Atlanta, like more important to you? If you were gonna show, one play that you made in your career, which one would you show? I would probably say that third fourteen catch up not even the Kachin either those to catch. We're only talking about what you had to talking about the Ricky shea and one. No, you had the one where you got blasted by Kam chancellor, and somehow you held onto the ball and actually advance the ball. That's my favorite catch you ever made because I heard that hit I was down on the sidelines. And I went oh my God. That's a car accident. Yeah. I think it'd probably that was the one I was talking about that. Yeah. I mean that was that was pretty cool. Catch the other one little. You know it was a little luck here there. And we obviously, you gotta watch the ball and put yourself to potentially make plays. But I mean a lot of. That one kinda was like a fluky clay. The other one was kind of, you know, wrap up and grace up for this, this collision spot to happen. And you know. In time in a game. So that was that was pretty cool. Catch. I guess if you ever got married, would you invite? Bill bell check to the wedding. Dependent if he if he knew the lady, that I was gonna marry her or his girl willing to if they had a connection. I don't. No one or married couples. Belly Bill to check strikes me is a good dancer. You might be a good guy to have their at the reception. Yeah. I don't know if we really want on the skills, but it would be awesome to have sexual. It'd be great. You get him and Brady 'cause Brady can't dance. It'd be great. You get those guys out there on the dance floor. You know that. Would that'd be that'd be a lifelong memory. Yeah. But then you have gronk out there. He'll take your shirt off. Who knows what happens? I mean. Well, that could be a mess. I think that could be fun. That'd be that'd be the second part of the documentary that after you're done with football, by the way, who plays longer. You were Brady. I hope I do. I hope I do know guarantees though with Brady. There's no guarantees, and, you know, I'm, I'm honestly, just focused on on this year and excited for this year and excited for the process of going out and you know develop in our team and into learning our team and proven with our team. And working, you know, I it's this is the start of each year. These these kind of phases. They're all important. And no, I'm looking forward to enjoying that process, by the way, do you guys want to take guests how many tackles Jillian Ataman has in his career one hundred fifteen game career I'm asking guys on the other side of the glass here? Julia. Anybody wanna take? You don't even know how many tackles you have do. I don't. Okay. All right. Paulie, I'll go five five fritzy, I'm gonna say seven all right. Seton, twelve mclovin nine. I got you with twenty five tackles in your one hundred fifteen game career. Is that a defense special teams and potentially interception? Think so Tom never throws interceptions though, Jillian. So I don't I don't know what you're talking about their Tom never throws interceptions. That's exactly right. Exactly. Hey, good luck with the documentary hope to see you soon. Get you in studio again. And good luck. More importantly, with your daughter in the upcoming season. I appreciate the and I, I'm still always. Amazed on how great your voice sounds on radio. Thank you. It's, it's why both my voice sounds like Brady looks. Got me there. Good luck with the documentary. Thank you. Julia. Thanks guys. Jillian Ataman patriots wide receiver three times Super Bowl champ. And it's one hundred percent Julian Edelman, premiers Friday, nine eastern and Pacific. And I guess they touch on this spending and PD's and how that affects his career moves forward. And I don't know if it's going to I don't I don't think he's a hall of Famer not right now, but he's a patriot hall of Famer how many guys do they have who've had at least five hundred catches with the patriots. It. So you have Wes Welker grunk. I'm trying to think who else is on that list that had five hundred because element has got four ninety nine I'm gonna guess he's getting to five hundred. Yes, point. He's got seasons with one hundred five catches ninety two catches. Ninety catches, no pro bowls. I got a couple more here. He also has. Hundred and fifteen playoff receptions. That's nuts. Yeah. You got Troy Brown and Stanley Morgan to up in that number. Where does that rank though with other teams you're going to have what five guys with at least five hundred catches for their team? Yeah. I don't know who else would be on that list, because swan and stalwart didn't have five hundred catches in their careers with Pittsburgh Antonio Brown, obviously. But I I'm trying to think of other teams that would have that, you know, the raiders with cliff branch and Fred bulletin economy. I don't know if Dave casper had five hundred and this is off the top of my head of trying to think of franchises that had, you know, John Taylor didn't have five hundred catches. I don't think with the Niners Jerry, obviously did. But what other teams can you think of that are have five five players that have at least five hundred catches, mclovin? Got any I, I would have said that those Niners teams with Craig and rice, and there must be some other Niners ever. And John Hagel throat, anybody he had Lance Allworth guaranteed, and you're really amass as many reception Shirley, joiner John Jefferson didn't play long enough to get five hundred Winslow would have five hundred. I'm guessing I'm curious just after I think first instinct is right. I think it has to be the patriots with five guys with at least five hundred catches. Yeah. Polling quick answer off the top of your head whose career would you want Julian Edelman probably not going to the hall of fame, but he's super MVP. He's got a bunch of rings. Larry fitzgerald. First ballot. Hall of Famer could be could have most receptions, a history at worst second-place fan. Jerry Rice at worst. There's no wrong answer. But there's I'm good at takeout Allman, I'm going to take them. I got rings. I got I got big games big catches. Yes. He yeah. I mean there's a lot of fun in winning. You know, there's no fun. There's no learn Gerald. There's no fun in being awesome in not winning. Then the Bardi say that or does he something like that? Yeah. Something. Like, when gets fun winning. It's fun. If you missed any of our celebrity interviews this week from the Mercedes AMC, man cave, go to the Dan, Patrick at where you can watch, and listen from inside the Mercedes AM man Cape. Mercedes AM g driving performance. We'll come back with an update on the status of tyreek hill have that for you. And Adam Sandler set to join us maybe Sandler. We'll just get tired out because he's here like two hours before he supposed to you guys better hope. He gets tired. Are you guys getting dressed here? Oh, yeah. Ready to go for the game? I think I'm gonna change. You are. Yeah. Right now. Well, not right now in right on on the air. I could I'd prefer to not. Okay. I will take. No. Oh, sorry. Yeah. Why don't we wait to go to commercial break here? I back after this. Every car comes with its share stories, right, that ding and your bumper. When you nervously picked up a first date or maybe the luxury package. You got after a big promotion. 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So when you're ready to experience a better way to sell or trade in your car, check out truecar today. True cash offer not available in all states. Stay tuned for sixty seconds of AP news headlines, right after this podcast. They're talking to Adam Sandler during the commercial break Sam, an will join us coming up in a little bit here. Mclovin. Did you do any research? When I asked you are the patriots. The only team franchise that has at least five guys who will have five hundred catches. I actually did the most important thing I can do immediately Email stats in this, too many actually, there's in history, you go all the way down. Two hundred forty seven guys with five hundred catches. Okay. Then elemental become one hundred forty eighth. So it's kinda hard to sort out the raiders have about, like cliff branch on the raiders. So that's a one team. But I'm just talking about you got five hundred catches for that franchise. I think you're yeah, no, no. I think you're I think you nailed it, but I'm going to have stats Inc. Run through all the other teams have it. No, I don't I have Eshelman at four ninety nine with one hundred fifteen games Wes Welker needed seventy games to get to five hundred catches. In that amazing has has anybody ever, that's got to be the quickest to five hundred catches with Welker but he started out with the dolphins. Gronk it took one hundred and eight games Eshelman one hundred fifteen games, but you're gonna have you're gonna have five guys with at least five hundred catches with that team. Yes. It skews modern tubes. Even like yeah. Roger Craig only at five hundred sixty six I would have thought he had millions. You know, but they just in throws with where you didn't play that, you know how long was he with the Niners? Right. Well, I feel like Roger Craig was like seven years with that, it, I don't know. I, I'm just curious of how long he was there man versus food. Don't miss the episode this week on cooking channel tonight. Casey web lands in Worcester. It's not worse Chester. It's worcester. Worcester mass, I've a friend, who's from there, Charlie, you guys know, Charlie, he sounds like judge winter man of the year Charlie has been out at Worcester mass for decades. But he's still sounds like he's from Worcester mass. Yes, see. It's funny. And my, my wife is from the Boston area, and in her family, all of the men, have Boston accent, and none of the women, do my wife's brothers have Brooklyn accents. And she doesn't weird. Yes. Thank God fritzy. You don't have a Brooklyn accent. Not too much not to know. No, no. You don't. It's like a vampire forgo upheld. Taking trait. Worcester? The mass Casey web, he slurps down some radical Rahman dull jobs in peanut butter Cup, French toast takes on a rack of deep fried ribs with the heat of a million Scoville, you, do you know what that is? Yeah. That's the level hotness or pepper their Scoville. Yeah. It's a measurement of hotness of item. You eat. Oh, so like, if you see it on a board how many Scoville zett is. Yeah. Run for your life, like depending on hot. It is okay. I have the numbers and it says, like goes pepper and blah, blah oh, stream live catch up on cooking channel app as well. You have a question for me about tyreek hill. Paul, according to NFL dot com tyreek hill is expected to meet with NFL investigators in Kansas City, on Wednesday, even though the Johnson county district attorney's office announced earlier this month that the criminal investigation a hill is no longer active, which means he's somewhat in the clear, unless there's any more information. Do you think the NFL is going to ask him questions to see if he'll? Cooperate and suspend them on the back end of that. Or this is a meeting where it's like last you're on double secret probation. Any other issues you go into commissioners list, which direction, you think that meeting goes, I think he's going to be suspended for an asthma cooperate with it. If he doesn't cooperate, they're going to suspend him. I was at I, I asked the question this morning to two different sources. And I was told by one source didn't know wasn't comfortable saying anything and another one with the league who said that they thought that he was going to be suspended. Now. Is there wiggle room there, I guess, but I'm, I'm I get the feeling that the Commissioner is gonna suspend him. Now you don't have video and you don't have photographs that helps him because it feels like when you have video and, or photographs that's when everybody has an opinion on this, and it's easy to be judge. And jury this is a little bit trickier here because now I did threaten his fiancee. That's on tape the rest of that audio is. I don't I don't think there's a lot of clarity on exactly what exactly happened with his son. I think there's wiggle room. But I don't know what happens if you have representation with the Commissioner, if you have a lawyer, and you're talking to the police that's one thing, but with the Commissioner, what if he says, I don't want to talk about this. Are you just suspended because you don't want to talk about this? If you have an attorney, and you hire an attorney to represent you with the Commissioner. Can can you do that? Will he allow that? And you know, maybe tyreek hill doesn't get suspended. But from what I was told by one of the two sources he was going to get suspended. It just a question of how, how long would he gets his spended for I find a lower Adam Sandler will join us coming up in studio? We will get to more of your phone calls. Eight seven seven three DP show. Email address is DP. Dan, Patrick dot com. Twitter handle with DP show. 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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 3 - Reggie Miller (04-01-19)

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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 3 - Reggie Miller (04-01-19)

"It's all about me. Dan, Patrick gas. There is more where that came from click back for new episodes all week long. They always told will he was too short to play basketball. But will never listen. We'll let his work ethic. Do the talking for him. Always in the gym always running drills will new where there was a will. There was a way and he was will. But then after a second child was born be realized the pros were all way better than him. So we'll gave up and buried his high tops in a tearful ceremony. But one day he heard that Geico could save money on car insurance. So he switched and saved a bunch which was awesome broadcasting from the Mercedes man cave Wednesday will be the last show that we will have here. This is Dan Patrick welcome to the program, which our three Dan Dan, Patrick show best and worst of the weekend. We will give you hours. We'll get to more of your phone calls. Seek seven seven three DP show Email address GPS, Dan, Patrick dot com. Couple things celebrity back at challenge presented by. Subway, you can see where we stand after the weekend. Only four of us have a chance to win the national title. Also, you can vote on the final fork the meat madness songs you have until Wednesday at noon eastern nine Pacific. And then after that when we go to Minneapolis those Thursday and Friday shows we will have the voting open at the end of Friday show. We will announce the Hebrew national championship for this year's meet MAC. Meet madness bracket challenge. The DP show store is open. March madness are t-shirt. There are flab five. You can check it out the DP store on Dan, Patrick dot com. Dan Patrick show app. By the way, the only way to vote on the meat madness songs is on the DP show up. Got a stat of the day coming up. Reggie Miller will join us as well. Let me get to Jeff and Jacksonville leads us off. Hi, jeff. How's it going today? Dp good. I I'm longtime six to one eighty. Or my best is Manchester City being formed to go to the top of the table. And then the worst is Pauly's Liverpool team winning on own-goal to go back to the top of the table. And lastly suck at joke. Boy, thank you. Jeff AJ in Cincinnati AJ. How are you? Morning morning and danettes. My best of the weekend. Adam mcquaid, open undershot. Oh my God. I would say you got to be kidding. And then the reaction from the announcers were was like they were shocked as well. Worse of the weekend course, no more Cihan and Duke after they got lemonade by Michigan state in the league. Thanks. All right. Thank you A J Jeff in Detroit. Hi, jeff. Hey, Dan, Dan is now alive on our live. Thank you a look back. I love that. Listen, first of all been rocking with you for about seven years now and the safe to say that I'm Dan fan. I say, I gotta go check my meat, right? Get all Mahal was looking at me. Like, I'm crazy. So I explained to them terminology. Neak madness was such small wonderful funny thing around here, man. So dig best of the weekend is going to be missing the state winning. I love Michigan statement. And I've been a big fan of this for a long time. 'cause though is a great coach worse than the weekend is going to be me not being able to see the gang and looking up looking up the highlights on YouTube, and there's just Zion talking all over the team. And then you might sneak in a state play like who really want and Dan quick question for you new Nick nine for Jiang's heart. Call him the satellite these never outta range and his coverages va- is what's the name is bad. So which think about that? All right, the satellite. Thank you. Maybe if he shaved his beard, then maybe we could look at a new nickname. But as long as he's got that beard. There's actually a guy. I don't know what country he's from. Or in buddy, all of his art has to do with a profile of James harden, and all of it all. He he he's dedicated his artwork to James harden and his face and his beard, and that's it. But it looks great. It's really interesting stuff. But I I was reading that over the weekend. More phone calls coming up. We'll give you our best and worst to the weekend. I gave the win totals the projected win totals this season is according to Las Vegas, and this is done before the draft. Also, there is still speculation here. I'm not let's not kid anybody here. I know that we feel like Kylo Murray is going to Arizona because you bring in cliff Kingsbury is going to bring in his guy and his guy Pearce to Bikaner. There is still an I'm not going to say, it's growing sentiment. But they're they're still conversations of Ken the raiders move up and get the number one pick. Now this happens during the draft, folks. It's rare when something is already decided this far out. It really is. I mean, I can go back to Ryan leaf and Peyton Manning. They had discussions. Heated discussions in the colts organization on who to take leading up to the draft because it wasn't a consensus to take Peyton Manning over Ryan leaf. It's not a consensus. I would be shocked if it's a consensus in Arizona that this is what we need to do. Because if you say to me. You got to give up the number one pick. You're probably going to keep Josh Rosen Issur quarterback. But you get three first round picks. If you're Irizawa would you do that? Because that that's what we're always going to look back on and say was it worth it? Did they make the right move? Because we've had teams who've traded out of the top spot. We've had teams who've jumped up to get a quarterback in know the eagles. Did it the Kansas City Chiefs did it with Mahomes Houston's done it teams know what they want? But it's a game of poker. That's played. I'm not gonna let you know now. And if you're the raiders, I do think that you have maybe a couple more swings where you're gonna go up there and see if you can get him. I really believe the raiders want Cuyler Murray, and they might want him more than Zona does just a gut feeling. I would take color Murray from Arizona. I think he's a special player and. Then maybe you get you're not going to get a first round pick for Josh Rosen. And that might tell you everything you need to know about going into battle next year, which is Rosen unless you believe differently. But in the league telling you what they think of Josh Rosen because you're not getting a first round pick right now. And I wonder if Bruce Arians was still in Arizona would Bruce Arians stay with Josh Rosen. And I do believe he would and not Cuyler Murray, just a gut feeling there. But that's just something we got a long way to go before the draft. It's rare when things are all buttoned up because now you're going to start to hear more and more. I, you know, I told you about the Duke quarterback where scouts said, hey, this transition makes the most sense for the giants. Eli likes the kid out of out of Duke same quarterback and cut cut cliff. Their friends ally worked out with Daniel Jones in the off season, and he's more athletic than ally. So. You know, the scouts present. And everything to me saying I wouldn't be surprised if the giants took him, and they can get him later if they want. But if you're the cardinals do you look at this as an opportunity to refresh your entire franchise with talent, which is pretty devoid class Campbell all those guys Honey badger left over the past four years, and you can get three first round draft choices to surround your quarterback or help you defense for your quarterback. And you only get this chance once going back to when the chargers passed on Vic, and they gave it up. They got Tomlinson and breeze. Yeah, I know. But it's one thing to have draft picks of the Cleveland Browns have proven it's nothing to draft. Well, which the Cleveland Browns have proven that. They don't mclovin how crazy would be if another quarterback rose like Tom mcshea said the raiders also loved drew lock like what if he went top five with that the way quarterbacks are with that blow your mind. Yes. It would cause drew lock might have the best arm in the draft. But he I just thought he was wildly inconsistent. This. Yeah. Here. And this is when he had the spotlight on him because he year ago this same scout. Who's told me most of this stuff in been right? All the time said he loved drew lock ski scouted him. Love drew lock love what he saw any didn't think he took that next step where he got that much better. And he didn't stand out this year at all is it possible. Someone's pulling a Blake Bortles where there's another guy, you know, a mystery guy, and I don't know. How did that work out? Remember a member? How shocking that was at the time because they didn't even scout him. He was shocked. The Browns projected win total is nine. You better get to nine. Because you got to seven eight in one last year the patriots eleven wins. And I was wondering about this do realize the patriots who are eleven and five last season had the highest win total at eleven this year. So they're atop the win total board before the start of the season for the fourth consecutive year and the tenth time since twenty two thousand four. The patriots are a best thirteen three and one in the over department for victories since two thousand two. The day passed at of the day and day here. Here comes that. What stat of the day? Time for the danettes best and worst to the weekend. More phone calls coming up. Reggie Miller will join us as well. By the way, rock auto dot com. All the parts your car or truck will ever need. And you don't go anywhere. You don't have to wait in line jump to phone driving. 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Combining for fifteen three pointers forty two for Edwards in a losing effort worst the weekend also settling night after big block by Texas Tech's to Rico as with fifty two seconds left officials missing him stepping out of bounds before tossing the ball back in zags would have gotten the ball down sixty eight sixty two who knows what happened to that point, mclovin. While the bestest sorta in progress because I'm not sure if it landed yet, but Bryce Harper hit a very long home run last night. Yeah. I don't know orbit satellites trying to track right? I maybe James harden, his nickname. Yeah. Height Bryce Harper. Satellite. Hits it into another galaxy maniac. Well, how do you like me as a baseball fan? It's going to be so annoying. Okay. By worse is the guys Purdue Carson Edwards. Come on the guys around will to score one hundred point night, come on. I think his teammates scored what was the final of that game. Was it one sixty nine to one forty-seven when wilt score one hundred. So check that box score. You can I know guy. Rodgers had like twenty five or six or something. See no counter best worst the weekend. Well, my best, Dan as you mentioned earlier. The cure got into the rock and Roll Hall of fame, and I'm a huge cure fan have slightly love them and Robert Smith is the lead singer. And he's he really is the cure, right? He started the genius behind that of band. And this is interview that he gave on there on the red carpet at the award ceremony. Nice to meet you. Hi, congratulations. The care rock and Roll Hall of fame. Inductees dozen nineteen are us excited as I am. Oh, yeah. I love that. Dude. Man. It sounds like a Saturday Night Live skit. Hi, congratulations. The kid rock and Roll Hall. Nineteen are us excited as I am, bud. Sounds but note. He walks over there. He's already like scratching his space. And you know, he's got like the smeared lipstick and big hair pale a makeup. He does like sort of like, you just see his is a look at it. Like, oh my God. Happening. Food is cited to come up with that pale makeup. When did that be in eighties? I wanna cure got started. He'd been doing that since eighty four he three probably I know where came from. But. Yeah. I didn't. I never understood that. But yeah, he does that Jack white does the whole Goth kind of thing. Well, it just pale like you're supposed to look like you were dead at first I could be completely making mission accomplished. But yeah, I don't know if I mean, David Bowie, certainly did it. Yeah. But Bowie wore makeup. I didn't know I didn't look at it. As maybe the same as what the lead singer, the cure or or Jack light. Yeah. Pails? Did you have a is? Is that your best or your worse? That's my best pharma best. You have a worst assist. Well, my worst does that ahead. Michigan state beating Duke, but it was basically useless because all of my other picks were so terrible. It's like that's what March madness is when you do a bracket is all of these unbelievable. Lows in one high really had that one paulie Bessemer Luik Jared Harper the guard for Auburn he was eleven for eleven from the free throw line yesterday. And they none of them touched ram went back and looked at them. They had a little series, none of even touch room. And then caches Winston the guard for Michigan state. He's a junior. He looks like he's about thirty seven years old. I love him. He's awesome. But I thought the interview with him yesterday is like is that his dad who's the oldest member? Granville waiters. Oh, you receding hairlines Ono. It it had done rec- at gone. Yeah. No hairline. But they call him grandpa waiters in college. Who else looked like? Greg Oden looked like he was about forty when he was a freshman in high school. He was up there. Cd west tweets best Golden State blows out Charlotte by forty seven worst Duke in a nail biter busted my bracket. Captain keystone best of the weekend. My Orioles taking two or three from the Yankees. My better the Oregon ducks advancing to their first final four in program history. This Sabrina I n s q I believe her name is a lot of fun. She's the walking triple double nearly had another triple double. TJ Callo Michigan state fan. Here's I is. The most exciting player ever the first player that I said oh bleep when they passed it to him. Not after he scored I've watched hoops for thirty five years. He is sick. Yeah. We're wondering about that. Has there ever been a player in college basketball history? Who's had this this impact this excitement? There've been better players this excitement like Zion Williamson. Yes, mclovin. Got a couple of tweets an Alan Iverson nomination of its Carter nomination. But I don't really remember them being quite like this. I was I don't remember Vince because Antoine Jamison, I think sort of shared the headlines with Vince Carter on that team. That was that was a fun North Carolina team. But I Michael Jordan certainly was and was no he wasn't a highlight reel like Zion is. Grant Hill was great. Now as far as he came in as a freshman. He was great highlight reel, but he was overshadowed by Christian Laettner, Bobby Hurley anything with the fab five or those UNLV teams were those more teams and individuals. They were teams Larry Johnson was exciting Weber was exciting. But you know, Larry Johnson came from junior college in there. I mean, you're talking about a freshman coming in and being the star from start to finish. He was must see TV trae young was a lot of fun. But trae young struggled there at the end of the season is freshman season. You know, mellow was mellow sort of became great right before vary is in the tournament. But you know, he wouldn't have won a title without Gerry McNamara in there and some of the other role players Syracuse, but mellow mellow was unstoppable offensively. I didn't think he was a great player. I just thought he was crate shooter. Unbelievable score not trying to think if there's anybody else in there. Chris Jackson who became Makhmudov due RAV. He averaged thirty points a game. As a freshman and had an unbelievable crossover. Maybe so quick so quick trying to think if there's anybody else talking about recently herald, Niner you no, no, I've just tried slam dunk kings. I'm trying to think of somebody could swill, you know, when they call you baby Jordan, boy, you better be a highlight. And he couldn't shoot and he could jump but couldn't shoot and Dominique never really had much of a college. Lenny bias was probably a better college player highlight wise than Dominique lay magnify. Anybody's anybody's was really crazy. He was grown, man. He was grown ass. Man. I Kyle in Wisconsin. Then we'll take a break. Reggie miller. Will join us coming up high Kyle. What do you have for me today? Hey. Longside sixteen to be. The weekend. Be was Christian yelich in his performance over the cardinals this weekend hitting a home run in four straight games. And they walk off victory on a double for him on Sunday this weekend was definitely that game on Sunday afternoon. Seeing Winston breakway from trade Jones and just try Jones reaction to the heartbreak of that loss or it's tough to see. All righty. Thank you. Yeah. I'm feeling pretty good about guy. And I said, you know, I wouldn't be surprised he won the MVP the nationally, Paul Goldschmidt. And then all of a sudden Christian yelich has a home run in the first four games. Like, oh, that's right is still pretty good. Take a break. Reggie miller. Will join us coming up next year. This is the Dan Patrick show. Hey, it's shaggy. Now, the DNB also we going over it's time for the second half of the season to get underway. 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Aga- more phone calls coming up eight seven seven three DP show, Email address DP, Dan, Patrick dot com. Twitter not p show, and you can watch. We are streaming live and for free on be our live dot com Bleacher report, and you can also want to an audience to thirty nine direct TV. Reggie miller. Joining us on the program. Hey, film ridge. I feel great. But I do have to say this just in terms of basketball what a season of disappointment. Obviously Laurent joining the Lakers, we had high expectations personally, I think you, and I we've talked about this. We didn't expect when a championship this year. But we certainly didn't think they were not going to make the playoffs so huge disappointment. And then last night, you know, Zayn Williamson Duke, coach K R J Barrick, Cam reddish. I think most of us had them certainly in the final four and a lot of people's bracket. Probably have been busted with Duke losing to Michigan state. Just in terms of basketball, a season of disappointment in my eyes that play that was drawn up by coach K. I I'm assuming they drew up a play for R J Barrett. And I guess to most people surprise it didn't go to John Williamson we have the benefit of hindsight here. But did it make more sense going to RJ Barrett? A more pure score than Zion. As opposed to just making something happen. Well, the way Zion had it going. I would have put the ball in his hands for him to make a play. If you remember it was RJ Barrett's three that tied the ballgame. We'll how did he get that three? The ball was in Zayn Williamson's hand and defense tilted and shifted towards ion as he made that move the over healthy, overplayed and Barrett got that three so not necessarily you have to put the ball in Zion. Williamson tan for him to score. But I would have put it in his hands for him to make it play rather that scoring or assisting in finding one of his teammates again you and I we can play Monday morning quarterback. Which actually we are doing literally. But it's hard for us to question. Coach K they were in the moment. Living in the moment. And he felt that that was the correct situation for RJ db. But personally, I would have put the ball in Zion. Xian's hands allowed him to create a player rather firm, self or for steamy? Can you think of somebody more exciting for one year, then John Williamson in college basketball? In today's age of YouTube, Instagram likes Twitter. No he came with a built in package. He came, you know, he's a YouTube generation type player, and we've all seen the dunks from his eight you circuit from his club teams highschool. So that was built in and traveling with him to to do. So no for one year the hype and how about this. He's lived up to the hype. Now, I will say this. There was so much hype behind the brawn James coming out of high school, and he has lived up to the hype, you know, being on the cover of Sports Illustrated, and all that but social media wasn't around like this for King James so no for one year for high school player to be viz dominant. Because to me he was the player of the year in college basketball as a true freshman. The hype was real and. He lived up to the hype. Is he the best player in the the most exciting? Okay. Best player in Duke history. No. Know if he stayed another two three years possibly, but that goes too late. And of course, it goes the Leitner then you've got to throw Hurley Grant Hill Elton brand. I mean JD Rettig there's a list of unbelievable college Duke players that have put a fabulous number exciting. Oh, yeah. Jay williams. And he look if he would've stayed a couple more years, he probably would have been probably would have surpassed Leitner, but it's hard for me to leap, how Zion leapfrog all those people. We just mentioned for one season is either the most typed in the most exciting out of all those players that we just mentioned absolutely the most athletic. Absolutely. But he can't be the best player in Duke history. No, he's the most exciting. But I think Grant Hill is the best player best. You know, basketball, Christian leaders the most accomplished. Grant Hill or a hold on. So what's the criteria? Are are you just going? Are you are you doing in the NBA? No, no, no. No. No. I mean, if I throw in the NBA, then Grant Hill certainly better than Christian later. Correct. You're talking about college career. No one will supplant Christian Leitner. No. But this is about athleticism. This is the best. The most talented player at Duke in history. I would probably go with grant first. And then probably okay if you could place Zion right now in the NBA for his own good. Do you want to put him in Cleveland, Phoenix, New York or Chicago? I would probably put him in Phoenix out of all those places the infrastructure is there you've got an up and coming superstar in Devon Booker just to the stability at head coach. Is there the other places you mentioned New York LA Cleveland the drama in those organizations? I know they're two three r major markets, but as much as I love the Bron and everything that's going on. With Luke Walton was to me is not fair. There's so much expectations and drama the surround playing with the Lakers right now. But it is a story franchise along with the Knicks. Knicks suck for the last fifteen twenty years. I absolutely to put him in New York. But I would put him in Phoenix because you've got deonte atan a big, man. So the. Infrastructure is there for him to succeed. I think he would be great in the valley of the sun. They play an uptempo style which fits fits his game. I think they could plug him right in at that small four powerful position. And I think he would fit in great with Booker in Aden. So Phoenix would be my first choice if you'd in terms of infrastructure, if you're going for hype and slayer, I would go with either coast, Lakers or New York. I would I wouldn't put him in Cleveland. They look they've been fortunate to get LeBron and Kyrie Irving number one picks. They don't they don't deserve another number one pick. I'm sorry. They don't Pierce came out and said giants one of the top fifty players right now in basketball. NBA? This time the truth is not correct come on. I mean, he's he's good. But what he was doing as a freshman. He was playing bully ball. I mean, he was bigger and stronger than a lot of a lot of upperclassmen in the college game. He won't be able to play bully ball at the pro level. So he's going to have to define his game. We did see a couple of jump shots a couple of threes and their game versus Michigan state. But that has to be a consistent thing athleticism is off the chart. I get that. But they we've got guys in in the G league that are athletic. They can't make that Knicks leap into the NBA. So I get the athletes schism, and I get the dunk. But now it's time for him to define his game. Get into lab find a coach let trainer he's got a shave off some weight he does at the lose weight. And he's got to get a consistent jump shot. We. Do we do have players in the NBA that have been stars without jump shots? And we may have one that could be an MVP this season and onto Toco, and Ben Simmons comes to mind as an all star. But Zion is much more athletic in my opinion than those two guys Greek freak is different because of his length. But he's he's gotta get a jump shot. So I'm not gonna put it in the top fifty right now. But maybe fifty one how about that? Reggie Miller hall of Famer he's still on the call for the warriors in the Lakers tonight. Okay. When you Thursday Thursday when you see this game on the schedule at the beginning of the year. Poems were sweaty. I'm like, this is going to be great because you got LeBron James versus Draymond green curry, and Katie what a done. Okay. And how what time do you spend on the negativity like looking at the Lakers for whatever this was this season. And then how do you fix that? How much a part of this game on Thursday. We'll you spend with the Lakers coaching free agents. Lebron turning thirty five you know, where this franchise is headed. I will that will probably be early talking points. I would say first quarter talking points while people are still tuned in. But the rest of the recorders will be all about the warriors. And then going for a three peat where the story should be them focusing on, you know, getting that number one see 'cause they're the dogfight right down with the nuggets for that number one seat out west, which personally, I don't think they really care about that. Because they feel that they're the better team, and they can go into mile high and win one or two games. So they're not really focusing on that. But I think their quest for three Pete. That's what quarters two three and four will be all about the warriors. It's easy to jump on the Lakers and say what if in the Ron this and Luke Walton mad and magic and Pelinka I get it. Those are four first quarter, you know, talking points. But this story is not about this game and stories out about the Lakers. It's it's sad. But it's all about the warriors. In a quest for three Pete. That's the bigger picture in my opinion. If McWilliams fired is that job, a coveted John. Absolutely. You've got LeBron James a top five player of all time, in my opinion, and the potential of getting another superstar absolutely, but the grass is not always greener. Waned if it goes bad in. If you do. Yes. But that goes with it. I mean, you don't get any credit Tyler took over for David black one a championship. And I mean, even though he got fired later. Yeah. But that comes with the territory that comes with coaching the king. I don't know if it's coveted job. I don't covered. A Lakers championships is the Lakers. Yes. It's coveted though, you'll hear tie Lou. You'll hear Mark Jackson. You'll hear Jason Kidd. So yeah, you'll hear all these guys name. I'm sure one of the van Gundy's if not both will be mentioned everyone will line up to to be in line to be coached by dako- coach buy. Yes. Who's coaching who? Yeah. I don't know. I didn't. I didn't let me let me just say. This is not right though. It's not right. If Luke Walton gets fired because they didn't give Byron Scott. The long leash even though they told them he was going to develop the young players, and he got the boot. And then the same thing. But Luke, you know, he develops these young guys. And then, you know, the magic goes out and gets LeBron. And then now all of a sudden he can't coach it's ridiculous. I I don't think it would be fair to fire Luke Walton. But on the other hand, I know it's a business. Lebron says, hey, he's not getting fired then he's not getting fired. Ooh vu. True. But have you come on? He's not going to. Yeah. Yeah. I'm moving moving into a new man cave here in a couple of weeks. What where what? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I didn't run it by sorry. Where's the man cave? Going to be located at M I invited couple of miles from here. Well, do you need some help decorating like moving, you know, some of the memorabilia over I mean, I would love for you the first three in the building. But I don't know if that's going to be possible. I gotta make visit. I gotta make it. Visit when I'm out when I'm all, right? You're going to you're going to love you're gonna love this kind of just letting you know, it's gonna be crazy that this man, Kei is awesome. But this next man cave. Ridiculous. Yeah. I think about done with so. Yeah. Congratulations. Congratulations. Well deserve. It'll be great. So we we have the Reggie Miller. Autograph basketball in the Reggie Miller. Autograph jersey that will be making the trip over to the man cave. And soon to be a Reggie Miller. Three point boom. Baby onsite whenever that will be coming in to lay some threes and bring up ping pong table in there too. I am getting a ping pong table to. Okay. All right. All set of. All right. Have fun with the Lakers in the warriors read. Hey, I am so excited. Lebron James call coups Lonzo ball. Where is Lonzo ball? He got. He's spray day January probably mean with the lawyer somewhere talking about bollandbranch, shoes and recouping some money. He's probably doing. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Boy didn't see that one coming. I thought big baller. I thought they were gonna fill Disney thought they're going to buy Nike. You know? That's that's how successful were taking over the world. Oh my goodness. Big plan. Yeah. Reg will be on the call with Kevin Harlan Thursday night. He will sell the law. The warriors. 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Download new episodes of these shows and more every week podcast one sports. Stay tuned for sixty seconds of eight me news headlines right after this podcast. The always told will he was too short to play basketball. But will never listen. We'll let his work ethic. Do the topping for him. Always in the gym always running drills will new where there was a will. There was a way and he was will. But then. After a second child was born. He realized the pros were all way better than him. So we'll give up and buried his high tops in a tearful ceremony. But one day he heard that gyco could save money on car insurance. So he switched and saved a bunch, which was awesome. Thanks to Chris Harrison, the host of the bachelor Bruce Pearl auburn's head coach Doug Gottlieb from Fox Sports. And of course, Reggie Miller. Their contributions today this day in sports history. It was one hundred years ago today that the final game of the Stanley Cup was cancelled because of an epidemic of influenza no winner declared in the series between Montreal and Seattle. The Seattle Metropolitans. Back in nineteen nineteen. Let me see. So they never finished it up. So I guess there. There's a vacancy there in one thousand nine hundred point they couldn't awaited four or five weeks and get everybody together. I don't know let the flu I I don't know. Leo Hartnett of the Chicago Cubs broke the altitude record in nineteen thirty on this day. He caught a baseball dropped from the Goodyear blimp. Eight hundred feet over Los Angeles. Is there any video of that in one thousand nine thirty can't find any? Okay. Nineteen seventy-two baseball went on strike lasted eleven days. Nineteen Ninety-two NHL went on strike this team sports history. Nineteen Ninety-six the US President Bill Clinton throughout the first ball preceding the game between the Kansas City, Royals and Baltimore Orioles. We were looking at pictures of Jason Witten Jason Witten is got a fresh cut or maybe it's the original cut that he had a few years ago, but he steps out of the Monday night booth that he's all business because he looks like Jason stefon now not Jason Witten. And then we're looking at best hair that you've acquired later in life. Like, Matthew, mcconaughey? Hey, he's a one CD. If you're if you believe that he may have added Harris, his he added here, Jeremy Piven from entourage is the one. Seed. Who else would be in there, Wayne Rooney had it for a while? Wait, you had it for a while. It kind of just let it be for that. He is. I don't think he's completed the process. Or locker Scott Brian Urlacher, did well but earlier I didn't try to surprise anybody. He just had a sponsorship. And he's like, yeah. Yeah. I got I got hair. We didn't win win went the opposite way of Brian Urlacher. He didn't have it. Then he bought them. And then he got rid of it. Now, he's coming back. Then people look at him. Like, he's really means business. You've got his hairpiece. They put to the side really means business plan for the Cowboys. Yes. Mclovin. People focus on Tom Brady. A lot to say, really. Oh, yeah. That's always been a thing is he not that he's where to pay. But that he's gotten a lot of help. Really? I never noticed that. I know somebody said that people said, I have no idea. But I it changes his haircut. Like every six months, though. I don't know how you do that. Unless you like there would be people I knew who had different lengths of a hairpiece in our business, and then you would go then you'd have people say, no, you can't have a hairpiece like he gets haircuts, but he would have different hairpieces and in look natural. Yep. I'm looking at Steven Seagal. He may have been better off letting good. Nature. Tickets course, bet did you see the video when Steven Seagal is he's fighting these guys like I think he's putting on a clinic if the demo yes. Yeah. But it, but it looks like it would have been out of Napoleon dynamite when listen kit who's in there when he's fighting the guy, and he just got a slaps him to the side. I into Pauline dynamo. Here's four slobs. Acting like Steven Seagal in the middle of an action movie in nineteen eighty eight. And they're falling all over the place and he's moving at about one mile an hour. Yeah. Yeah. He looks like he's very serious here where he's fighting off these guys and. Whatever happened to him. Steven Seagal make any movies anymore for Justice. There's something like that under siege. And they were all sort of the same premise, right? But was there a great Steven Seagal movie? And I'm I'm saying great defined great that that you legitimately were entertained by it, they're usually three words above the law. Hard kill for Justice for death on deadly ground fire down below. Fast. Ed, this all all three words very generic. And he used to be married to Kelly. Lebron right? Yeah. She was at one seat. Let me see this day in sports history. Brought to you by continental tire proud to be the exclusive tire the Dan Patrick show. No matter where you drive what you drive how you drive continental designs tires for what you do. For more information. Visit continental tire dot com. Christian Leitner will join us in studio tomorrow, the great actor, Henry Winkler. He's in season two of berry on HBO with Bill hater, he was also the funds. Right. Thompson will join us in studio. One of the great writers in America. Great sports writer. He'll join us as well. Mclovin. Fun of results of the poll. Question is I Williamson? The most exciting player you've ever seen sixty nine percent say no now I'd be curious who that is though. I mean, you're talking about college player. 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Embracing Artificial Intelligence! WIth Patrick Schwerdtfeger,Business Futurist & Keynote Speaker on Technology Trends

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Embracing Artificial Intelligence! WIth Patrick Schwerdtfeger,Business Futurist & Keynote Speaker on Technology Trends

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I'm very excited to have Patrick Schwarzenegger business futurist keynote speaker and author with his recent book anarchy ink on our show to discuss A._I.. Machine learning disruptive innovations and other technology google trends that will impact Your Business Growth Patrick welcome yeah. Thanks so much Angelo happy to be here with you. I'm really excited about this conversation but getting started to give the audience a little perspective about who you are in about your book in the things you do to living yeah sure so I I've been following technology trends <hes> since two thousand six and ever since two thousand seven. I've been basically a speaker fulltime so I really spend most of my time. Just going from different conferences really all around the world and I've been following technology trends and of course that's a moving target so early on who is in the Social Media Space Digital Marketing <hes> but then moved into the big data space and that of course evolved into the Iot the Internet of things and all this proliferation of data of then led to machine learning and that led to artificial intelligence so I also cover blockchain and some other topics but they're real heavyweight right now is artificial intelligence and what they call robotic process automation and it's having a huge impact on businesses. There's a lot of jobs that are probably going to he displaced as a result of this but that also translates into profits for business so it's a complicated issue but it's fast moving topic and it's one that's really fun to dig into so when you talk about how it's going to impact jobs yeah I think in your in your book you wrote does a study the <hes> by Oxford University that estimates about forty seven percent of American jobs could be lost in the next twenty years so let's let's actually go on that tangent for a little bit yeah. Let's talk about this robotic process. I think our P. A. L. of it is accused for a company called R._P._i.. Was Not that it was a different different R._P._I.. Yeah exactly well in the most simplistic version you can you can break down the tasks of jobs in this country or any country into repetitive tasks and non repetitive tasks and what's happening happening is that the repetitive tasks are being replaced more and more by automation and this study which came out of Oxford and says forty seven percent of American jobs are at risk of being displaced believe number one believe it or not forty-seven percent was actually a low number a a lot of the other countries where much higher like China was seventy-seven percent India was sixty nine so it's really it's it's a stark example of what's going to happen but also the assumption there that when people hear that statistic is that we're going to end up with forty seven percent unemployment right and that's not true either the human beings are incredibly creative and the entrepreneurs are gonNA fill that space and take advantage so I think what's going to happen is yes. There's going to be a huge shift in the job market and a lot of people will lose their jobs but we're also going to see an explosion of creativity and a lot of new services and a lot of new things that are out there that really people have not even thought about you know up until this point when I think of <hes> one of my clients that I work with works with high school kids and college college students about identifying their career path so one of the things I would in listening to this is I'd want to sit there and tell them you really need to investigate that career. Path that you might be picking because it might not be there you know as you go on in life. Is there any kind of guidance agents you can talk about you know from that level and the way that students you look at that. I like the repetitive <hes> aspect tive well. That's exactly and actually you <hes> so many different directions we could go but but as far as what young kids <hes> young young people today should be looking at it really falls into two buckets on the one side you have the stem fields of course which is science technology engineering mathematics and that you know that area is exploding. There's huge demand. I have two nephews that are both really strong in the software engineering space and they're doing fantastically well but then on the other side you have creativity and human communication emotional intelligence and these are things that machines are really difficult add like you have for example the comparison of doctors to nurses and so we automatically assume doctors are safe and nurses aren't but that's exactly the opposite because it turns out that the vast majority of appointments you have with a general practitioner involves really just a couple dozen diagnoses and so that is actually quite repetitive that that could be replaced by some sort of an interactive interface meanwhile the nurses have to have emotional intelligence and they have to build trust with their their their patients and compassion and empathy. Those are things that computers are not as good at so. I think both those are necessary but the overriding umbrella between the two is being critical thinker and a problem solver. If you're a critical thinker on a problem solver you're willing to think outside of the normal structure ready to the classic phrase think outside of the box it really is true. The more creative you are and you can train yourself to be more creative. That's GonNa make you more valuable in the in the future either way okay is there obviously these changes are evolving. It's not like we're GonNa wake up tomorrow and light changed changed but what are some of the industries or kind of business functions or groups that are really impacted today. Ours is that are really doing it. Well versus some of those that will benefit down the road versus some that are benefit. That's a great question so that the early winter and artificial intelligence where the recommendation engines and so on Pandora and Net flakes and we go to Amazon recommends other products we might be interested in that was the early winner of A._I.. But that's almost kind of old news today. It's been out there for a few years. There's already so what are the new ones while the big ones are <hes> what they call N._l._p.. which stands for natural language processing and that's you know you talk to Syria on your phone you talk to Amazon Alexa? You talked to Google home and that technology is getting much better very very quickly quickly right now at particularly the ability of the of the computer to add context from one question to the next week and talk about that if you like but but the big <hes> people who are affected there are the call center workers so even today when you call your bank it says as you can say things like check your balance or make a transfer right well that and it's clumsy today and people get frustrated but it's getting better and better very quickly and it's going to be not long. There's three million call center workers in the United States alone those. Jobs will increasingly go towards automation because it's cheaper imagine the H._r.. Nightmare of hiring thousands of call center workers and getting consistent protocol delivery and and people calling in sick and there's so many challenges to move automation is a big one right. I've got to more yeah. I WanNa hear him yeah. Let's do it so the next one is the commercial drivers so the autonomous vehicles are coming much faster than people expect and there's really three areas so the the most number of unpredictable obstacles in the city driving less than that is on freeways hub to hub long-haul freeway trucking and then even less than that is agriculture right and the agriculture the autonomous tractors like the combines in Iowa. They're all being driven by satellite so that's already autonomous today right go ahead and say is that is that remote I mean it's it's it's it's so many sitting there piloting that from a distance or just based on programming in the predictive I mean it depends on the harvesting company but the leading harvesting companies like they will map out a farm arm you know plot of land literally to the square inch and they will they will have the they'll be people in that combine but they won't be driving. They'll be doing other jobs so that's already happening today and there's actually a company called case I h which is out of Silicon Valley they actually down in Salinas and they're developing autonomous tractor which is pretty cool but so then the trucking the long-haul hub to hub trucking forty-seven percent of trucking rates are the salary of the driver so we're talking about if you can it's incredible so if you can get rid of the driver however you've got a two to one price advantage over your competitors and I'm willing to bet this right now. We're at the end of two thousand eighteen I think by the end of two thousand nineteen some state in the United States and I have no idea which one that someone is going to pass legislation to allow hub hub long haul trucking and once that starts. It's going to move very very quickly. There's three point five million commercial drivers in this country and then the last one is a retail cashiers so the Amazon goes store has no oh cashiers you just take what you want. Walk out of the door <hes> earlier this year. I think March two thousand eighteen if I remember correctly in China the First Person Lists Bank opened where it's a branch while this crazy the lights go on. It's eight thirty in the morning the doors unlocked but there's nobody there so that's there's three point four million retail cashiers in this country so between those three where at ten million let's say half of those jobs are probably going to be gone within say seven years. Wow I think I saw commercial last night. <hes> I think it was for Walmart actually and they were talking in the lady had her APP Open and she was scanning her products at the end she basically paid on her phone and walked out the door yeah and this that's exactly so these are all the things that are happening and I I think a lot of people don't appreciate how fast this could start and what you really have to look at is the financial incentives. Where are the largest financial incentives to like to propagate these technology so in the trucking industry imagine a trucking company that has a two one price price advantage in the industry? Every other trucking company is going to go full speed to try and match that they're going to have to go very quick. The same thing is going to happen in retail stores now. The interesting thing with retail stores is when you have fewer people working in every individual location that that lowers the break even point to justify opening a new location and so what we find like exactly what happened in the banks <hes> the banking industry in the eighties when the A._t._M.'s were released because the A._T._M.'s required fewer human salaries stories per bank branch it allowed banks to open more branches and so now we find bank branches in every neighborhood whereas back in the eighties you only have branch in the center of the city right and we will find we'll see that as well with retail stores where we could see a lot more retail dell stairs open and less densely populated areas because it's cheaper to open an individual location okay well the one you commented on which is customer service folks and being more more efficient in their in their call centers in their automated. I'm looking forward to I can't tell you how many times I'm screaming at the phone going. Customer representative customer representative been called a crazy man a few times. I'm looking forward. That's one of the ones I'm looking forward. Well actually. Can I say something absolutely because this is an interesting thing so I it's it's eight age related and I'm forty seven years old but the older folks. Let's say people whose ages start with a four five or six on average they like the prefer talking to a human being versus talking to a machine but the younger kids in their twenties and thirties they prefer talking to the computer because the computer has all the answers already and they they're confident that they know all the the answers were as a human may or may not depending on if you've got a good person on the phone or someone who's not quite as good so as we grow older. The young kids are going GonNa start to prefer like where we would prefer a human being. Perhaps those younger people increasingly are saying. I don't WanNa talk to a human being at all. I just want to deal with the website exactly yeah I think about this and and you know I remember Schwarzenegger. As course the original terminator and I always think Terminator when I start having these conversations yeah but you wrote a line in your book i WanNa read it to you and have you kind of talk about it. <hes> dramatic increases in productivity will diminish the value human capital algorithms and robotics displace literally hundreds of millions of jobs so I mean we're having this conversation. Can you expound upon that a little bit that that is probably broader ominous to me than than some of the conversation we've had so far share why and you know the the title of my book is anarchy so I do expect. I'm not expecting violence in the streets but I expect a very decentralized libertarian <hes> evolution over the years ahead because it's going to be every man for himself every person for themselves as I should say but you know I if all of these when I say hundreds of millions of jobs I'm not saying just here in the United States but I'm really because we only have about one hundred fifty million jobs here already one hundred seventy million perhaps but around the world certainly automation could replace place that many jobs since so there's going to be a lot of transition into new fields and and that could cause a lot of anarchy and a lot of disruption and in fact we already saw that in the two thousand sixteen election of Donald Trump whether you like him or not doesn't matter but at least not for this conversation station but there's a certain percentage of the population that feels like they've been left behind and they're not being taken care of by the way the economy is evolving. Will whatever percentage that is. Let's say it's five percent ten percent. I don't know what the percentage but it's going to grow so more more people are GonNa fall into that category and so we see this playing out all around the world with Brazil going with a populist <hes> Electoral Victor and the Philippines would deter day and early on in Turkey and you get into even in Germany there's implications and wilders others in Amsterdam and you go around the world and there's ton. This trend is happening everywhere because people do feel increasingly left behind and they have a right to be frustrated right. These people started losing their jobs. In the eighties. The Blue Collar jobs spray the started to go away in the eighties so the for thirty years these people have been have felt like no one's really paying attention so they have a right to be frustrated but that's going to impact our democracy is in our social evolution as a result okay. I heard something on on the news this weekend and. I'm GonNa read it to you and get your comment on it. Said data is the new oil and China is the new Saudi Arabia the U._S. wins on A._I.. Research but China wins on implementation and the premise of that is the reason they're winning on implementation because they have ten times the amount out of their population using phones. Were gathering this data. What are your thoughts on on that China? I mean that's another thing I think people here in the United States. Don't appreciate how much progress China's making arguably they are winning in a lot of areas already already and you look at just infrastructure spending. This is a leading economic indicator so if you build a deepwater port for example it's reasonable the four years later you're GonNa have commerce going through that port. That's a natural evolution so by looking at WHO's investing and infrastructure so you can get an idea of what's going to happen in the in the years to come percentage of G._D._p.. Spent on infrastructure investment is the highest of any country in China eight point eight percent by comparison. We have two point four percent India five point six well so they are investing heavily and infrastructure infrastructure and that's a major major advantage and that applies equally well to the technology sector and the government there which is not democratic which we might say is bad but the fact is democracy is a lot less efficient than an autocratic system. I'm not saying it's better you know one way or there. I'm just saying they get stuff done. They don't fool around and they are actively promoting and supporting their major technology players including ten cent and and and Alibaba and and you know we chat and all these these wall way they all are <music> are very heavily supported and they are so they don't have ten times our population they have about four times our population roughly but their penetration for mobile pay as an example with each pay and all you pay is way higher higher than we have here so they do have enormous data and they're making investments. They WANNA be an A._I.. Leader and I would argue that they might be there already they are they are doing some very very. They're very aggressive and they're smart. I mean I'm not saying there's a lot of things we can criticize China about right but we also have to give credit where credit is due and they are taking strides and we need to be aware that because we compete against that in a global world exactly also in your book you talked about social bought series Google now Alexa Cortana so what is social bought technology and how's that going to play a role in in really in our lives and marketing what kind of businesses are going to probably be early adopters of that and beyond and yeah how's that going to work while so it falls into a couple of categories so <hes> chat bots generally refers to human being talking to a machine via text <hes> social bought refers to a human being talking to a machine versus natural language like actually having a conversation and and there's people define these things a little bit differently but that's a simple way to look at it and then there's this thing called the turing test which is <hes> gentleman by the name of touring way back and I think the sixties but anyway the idea is at what point can the human being he no longer distinguish the machine from another human being and via chat bod in other words via text arguably were already there so people are ready are at a point where they can't necessarily tell that this is a machine because it seems so real it seems so human but on the social but it's less oh it's behind right but that is what we talked about this earlier. That technology is evolving very quickly right now. So the question is where is it going to propagate and there's really two different buckets there and the first one we already talked about. It's the call centers and I think that in the years ahead as little as three to five years most large brands will have to have some sort of natural language interface to communicate with their customers particularly the younger customers so that's GonNa come very quickly but the other one is companionship robots and so eric companionship technologies where you could have companions for like in other words robotic companions for seniors you can even have believe it or not robotic companions for for for middle middle aged people even single men were seeing this propagate where these technologies are there and we have to keep in mind for example that there are there's a deficit of thirty million women in China compared to men of the same age largely a result of the one child L. Policy so thirty million men are mathematically incapable of finding a female partner is a forty million deficit in India seventy million between those two countries so that is a market and it's a profitable market and so you see development there as well so it's really okay call centers on the one hand and companionship on the other and that's where it's going to propagate now. It's really interesting you know I think <hes> all this as a result of data saleability of data yeah and I and and and so let's talk about about that a little bit I mean I have a market research background and you know I grew up doing qualitative and quantitative we got into some predictive and prescriptive analytics and things like that and and <hes> to another business when my partners investing his time in machine learning and things like like that but were scratching the surface compared to much larger organizations that are really investing in this in really competitive from competitive standpoint seems like those those have the most data wins in this kind of ballgame so let's talk about data and competitive advantages and I think also we again in your book talked about the fact that the price of access to data the billing store data is all shrinking making a more availability so yeah I mean it's and that's so there's there's data processing data ban with data storage and those are kind of the three pillars of technology and the cost structure is just collapsing so it's getting cheaper and cheaper and that's why we see this proliferation of data but it's very true that these large companies technology infrastructure the structure providers people like Google facebook and so on our in an absolute scramble to try and get as much data as they can as quickly as possible and the best example is actually precisely the social bought example that you brought up a second ago so apple apple gets their data from Siri right usage data google gets their data from using our phones and Google Home Amazon gets their data from Amazon Alexa with their install base so the question is where it is facebook get their data so just recently. It's some just recently Amazon. Gosh that little sound that we got somebody give best on this on the sun. So facebook released their A._P._I.. Allowing regular businesses is to tap into their messenger platform and use their messenger technology to create these interfaces that they can use for their own customer service needs that is a brilliant move by facebook to get access to data I would I would imagine in and say three to five years that there's going to be tens of thousands of businesses all around this country using Facebook Messenger A._p._i.. To deliver their customer service needs and that gives them a huge trove of data right. We'll see the same thing in autonomous driving Tesla Tesla has something like four billion miles driven using their autonomous technology so they have a huge data advantage and all these proofs of concept like the Ali bus in London and New Tani whatever in Singapore and there's now ways. It has a license in mountain view and <hes> and Las Gatos in the bay area. These are all pilots and proof of concept and they are trying to get as much as they possibly can as fast as they can because that's the currency of tomorrow and that's so machine learning the number one ingredient to make machine learning work is data. Everybody needs data the more the better and so it's a race like facebook paid nineteen billion dollars for what's APP. Why did they do that? They wanted the data they were losing the younger generation Asian whatsapp had the younger generation. They paid nine thousand nine billion dollars to have access to the data. which gives you an idea? How valuable data is right? Well things we're talking about. Are you know I'm taking the perspective big organization so is Kinda start to wind this down. Believe it or not yeah what is small to medium sized businesses. How do they really compete in and not get over that barrier? I mean even when I talked to a client about market research I mean I think they see big dollar signs. It's like oh I can't afford to do that. Yeah and what I'm doing is getting the voice of the customer customer. Fuel has nothing to do with this kind of data collection. So what are some of the recommendations that you might make the to that kind of small S._M._e.. Side of the business yeah well that and that's it's actually my favorite I mean the simplicity of this is incredible but the way this works is the large fortune one hundred even fortune five hundred companies they invest huge amounts of money to develop these new technologies to be there I but then what happens after that while they find out the early use cases that are profitable and where it's really working and then that technology she is incorporated into the enterprise software providers like E._R._p.. Like S._A._p.. For example or Oracle or EPA core B._N._B.. What does that B._M._w.? or BE WM software anyway. There's a bunch of different <hes> e._R._p.. Platforms and also the C._R._M.. Platforms arms like salesforce dot Com Soho and all these things so and there is incredible capabilities built into these softwares that a lot of the S._M._e.. People have already paid for but they're not utilizing so it's just like Microsoft Excel everyone has it everyone in uses it but they actually use five percent of the capabilities is ninety five percent more that they could be doing like pivot tables or whatever else macro so that they don't know how to use turns out the number one easiest thing an S._M._e.. Company can do if you're a C._E._O.. L. A. Live a medium sized company. The number one thing you can do is bringing some trainers to train your people to use the software that you've already paid for and get them to learn the new capabilities because it's already there. If you learn just how to use what you already have have many times you can see huge improvements in operational efficiency and you're you're actually not getting anything beyond what you've what you've got already. Well Okay I wanNA just real quick on <hes> virtual reality and augmented reality yeah <hes> my <hes> <hes> my wife works for a large cruise line and they just launched their new ship and they have a room where the entire ship was in virtual reality and that's how they would go and they would build the ship and they would take tours walking around this so his mind boggling and and now watch the video the other day so where do you see augmented reality in virtual reality going from a business standpoint while you having you. There's really I guess three areas. There's just a store story earlier. This week of a company. I forget was a Boeing I forget but they I used virtual reality to accelerate the development of a new design of helicopter. <hes> dramatically accelerated the development cycle so there's one application just there but there's I would say there's two main things that are happening with and we're just waiting for some headset to gain green broad-market adoption which hasn't happened yet but it will one day when it happens. This will happen very quick number one training applications to to to allow people to do training and much cheaper virtual environment but number two every large H._p.. To See Brand company selling business to consumer they're all going to be in a race to develop increasingly immersive increasingly dynamic experiences that are going to be available on their websites for anyone to peruse and so so we're GONNA see a world very soon where someone could literally spend all day doing a hundred different virtual experiences. Oh my gosh did you see the one that Ferrari just announced and all the Coca Cola one was Super Fun and Burton snowboards has this incredible has one spread like crazy crazy and it's we're going to see a situation where the virtual world is competing with the real world and for a lot of people in our society the virtual world will win and that will contribute to the anarchy that this book is about all right fantastic pick one last question as a business owner. What keeps you up at night? You know what keeps honestly so I spend all of my time every day all day trying to keep up with the changes and I have a hard time doing it. I can't imagine imagine the challenge for regular C._E._O.'s that have particular business that they have to focus on and at the same time keep up with all these accelerating changes so the thing that that keeps me up that gives me anxiety if you will is that the pace of change is accelerating so so much that it's hard to keep up with at all even if you do a fulltime the way I K- I think we have to wrap up here. Patrick thank you so much. It's been great <hes> <hes> discussion and so why don't you tell the listeners real quick how they can get hold of you and about your book and things like that <hes> sure of course the books available on Amazon <hes> I appreciate the opportunity to be here with you today and anyone's curious about myself in the work that I do. 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Embracing Artificial Intelligence! WIth Patrick Schwerdtfeger,Business Futurist & Keynote Speaker on Technology Trends

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Embracing Artificial Intelligence! WIth Patrick Schwerdtfeger,Business Futurist & Keynote Speaker on Technology Trends

"Here comes again lunch will be the same old same old or are you ready to take a vacation from the ordinary with a new Jamaican jerk Turkey sub at firehouse subs freshly sliced smoked Turkey breast crave ably sweet mustard sauce and a hint of Caribbean seasoning just five fifty five remedium save time order the new Jamaican Jerk Turkey sub on the firehouse subs APP firehouse subs enjoy more subs save more lives participating locations limited time only plus tax prices may vary delivery. Thanks for joining us at the business growth cafe where each week we select from a menu of topics for a focus discussion with an industry expert to provide insights that can impact your businesses growth with your coast Angelo Ponzi I._M.. Angelo Ponzi your host here at the business growth cafe. Thank you for joining US each week we select from a menu at topics that can impact business growth to discuss with experts my wide variety the of disciplines and today at the Kathy I'm very excited to have Patrick Schwarzenegger business futurist keynote speaker and author with his recent book anarchy ink on our show to discuss A._I.. Machine learning disruptive innovations and other technology Asia trends that will impact Your Business Growth Patrick welcome yeah. Thanks so much Angelo happy to be here with you. I'm really excited about this conversation. Book getting started want to give the audience a little perspective about who you are in about your book in the things you do to living yeah sure so I I've been following technology trends <hes> since two thousand six and ever since two thousand seven. I've been basically a speaker fulltime so I really spend most of my time. Just going from different conferences really all around the world and I've been following technology trends and of of course that's a moving target so early on who is in the Social Media Space Digital Marketing <hes> but then moved into the big data space and that of course evolved into the Iot the Internet of things and all this proliferation of data of then led to machine learning and that led to artificial intelligence so I also cover blockchain and some other topics but they're real heavyweight right now is artificial intelligence and what they call robotic process automation and it's having a huge impact on businesses. There's a lot of jobs that are probably going to he displaced as a result of this but that also translates into profits for business so it's a complicated issue but it's fast moving topic and it's one that's really fun to dig into so when you talk about how it's going to impact jobs yeah I think in your in your book you wrote does a study the <hes> by Oxford University that estimates about forty seven percent of American jobs could be lost in the next twenty years so let's let's actually go on that tangent for a little bit yeah. Let's talk about this robotic <hes> hypnotic process automation our I love it. Actually is used for a company called R._P._I.. Was Not that it was a different different R._P._I.. Yeah exactly well in the most simplistic version you can you can break down the tasks of jobs in this country or any country into repetitive tasks and non repetitive tasks and what's happening happening is that the repetitive tasks are being replaced more and more by automation and this study which came out of Oxford and says forty seven percent of American jobs are at risk of being displaced believe number one believe it or not forty seven percent was actually a low number a a lot of the other countries where much higher like China was seventy-seven percent India was sixty nine so it's really it's it's a stark example of what's going to happen but also the assumption there that when people hear that statistic that we're going to end up with forty seven percent unemployment right and that's not true either the human beings are incredibly creative and the entrepreneurs are gonNA fill that space and take advantage so I think what's going to happen is yes. There's going to be a huge shift in the job market and a lot of people will lose their jobs but we're also going to see an explosion of creativity and a lot of new services and a lot of new things that are out there that really people have not even thought about you know up until this point when I think of <hes> one of my clients that I work with works with high school kids and college college students about identifying their career path so one of the things I would in listening to this is I'd WanNa sit there and tell them you really need to investigate that career. Path that you might be picking because it might not be there you know as you go on in life. Is there any kind of guidance agents you can talk about you know from that level and the way that students you look at that. I like the repetitive <hes> aspect well. That's exactly and actually you <hes> there's so many different directions we could go but but as far as what young kids <hes> young young people today should be looking at it really falls into two buckets on the one side you have the stem fields of course which is science technology engineering mathematics and that you know that area is exploding. There's huge demand. I have two nephews that are both really strong in the software engineering space and they're doing fantastically well but then on the other side you have creativity and human communication emotional intelligence and these are things that machines are really difficult add like you have for example the comparison of doctors to nurses and so we automatically assume doctors are safe and nurses aren't but that's exactly the opposite because it turns out that the vast majority of appointments you have with a general practitioner involves really just a couple of dozen diagnoses and so that is actually quite repetitive that it could be replaced by some sort of an interactive interface meanwhile the nurses have to have emotional intelligence and they have to build trust with their their their patients and compassion and empathy. Those are things that computers are not as good at so. I think both those <hes> <hes> are necessary but the overriding umbrella between the two is being critical thinker and a problem solver. If you're a critical thinker on a problem solver you're willing to think outside of the normal structure rated the classic phrase think outside of the box it really is true. The more creative you are and you can train yourself to be more creative. That's GonNa make you more valuable in the in the future either way okay is there obviously these changes are evolving. It's not like we're GonNa wake up tomorrow and light changed range but what are some of the industries are kind of business functions or groups that are really impacted today. Ours is that are really doing it well versus some of those that will benefit down the road versus benefit so that's a great question so that the early winter and artificial intelligence where the recommendation engines and so he on Pandora and Net flakes and we go to Amazon recommends other products we might be interested in that was the early winner of A._I.. But that's almost kind of old news today it's been out there for a few years is already so what are the new ones while the big ones are <hes> what they call n._l._p.. which stands for natural language processing and that's you know you talk to Syria on your phone you talk to Amazon Alexa? You talked to Google home and that technology is getting much better very very quickly quickly right now at particularly the ability of the of the computer to add context from one question to the next week and talk about that if you like but but the the big <hes> people who are affected there are the call center workers so even today when you call your bank it says as you can say things like check your balance or make a transfer right well that and it's clumsy today and people get frustrated but it's getting better and better very quickly and it's going to be not long. There's three million call center workers in the United States alone those. Jobs will increasingly go towards automation because it's cheaper imagine the H._r.. Nightmare of hiring thousands of call center workers and getting consistent protocol delivery and and people calling in sick and there's so many challenges to move automation is a big one right. I've got to more okay yeah. I WanNa hear him yeah. Let's do it so the next one is the commercial drivers so the autonomous vehicles are coming much faster than people expect and there's really three areas so the the most number of unpredictable obstacles in the city driving less than that is on freeways hub to hub long-haul freeway trucking and then even less than that is agriculture right and the agriculture the autonomous tractors like the combines in Iowa. They're all being driven by satellite so that's already autonomous today right. Go ahead say is that is that remote. I mean it's it's it's it's something sitting there piloting that from a distance or just based on programming in the predictive I mean it depends on the harvesting company okay but the leading harvesting companies like they will map out a farm arm you know plot of land literally to the square inch and they will they will have the they'll be people in that combine but they won't be driving. They'll be doing other jobs so that's already happening today and there's actually a company called case I h which is out of Silicon Valley they actually down in Salinas and they're developing autonomous tractor which is pretty cool but so then the trucking the long-haul hub to hub trucking forty-seven percent of trucking rates are the salary of the driver so we're talking about if you can it's incredible so if you can get rid of the driver ever you've got a two to one price advantage over your competitors and I'm willing to bet this right now. We're at the end of two thousand eighteen I think by the end of two thousand nineteen some state in the United States and I have no idea which one but someone is GonNa pass legislation to to allow hub to hub long haul trucking and once that starts. It's going to move very very quickly. There's three point five million commercial drivers in this country and then the last one is retail cashiers so the Amazon goes store has no cashiers. You just take what you want. Walk out of the door <hes> earlier this year. I think March two thousand eighteen if I remember correctly in China the First Person Lists Bank opened where it's a branch while that's crazy the lights go on. It's eight thirty in the morning. The doors are unlocked with his. Nobody there so that's there's three point four million retail cashiers in this country so between those three were at ten million. Let's say half of those jobs are probably going to be gone within say seven years. Wow I think I saw commercial last night. <hes> I think it was for Walmart actually and they were talking in the lady had her APP Open and she was scanning her products at the end she basically paid on her phone and walked out the door. Yeah and that's exactly so these are all the things that are happening and I a lot of people don't appreciate how fast this could start and what you really have to look at is the financial incentives where the largest financial incentives to like to propagate these technology so in the trucking industry imagine a trucking company that has a two to one price is advantage in the industry. Every other trucking company is GonNa go full speed to try and match that they're going to have to go very quick. The same thing is going to happen in retail stores now. The interesting thing with retail stores is when you have fewer people working in every individual location that that lowers the break even point to justify opening a new location and so what we find like exactly what happened in the banks the banking industry in the eighties when the A._T._M.'s were released because the required fewer human salaries lorries per bank branch it allowed banks to open more branches in so now we find bank branches in every neighborhood whereas back in the eighties you only had a branch in the center of the city right and we will find we'll see that as well with retail stores where we could see a lot more retail dell stairs open in less densely populated areas because it's cheaper to open an individual location. Okay well the the one you commented on which is customer service folks and being more more efficient in their in their call centers in their automating. I'm looking forward to that. I can't tell you how many times I'm screaming at the phone going customer representative customer representative been called crazy man a few times and the looking forward. That's one of the ones I'm looking forward well actually. Can I say something absolutely because this is an interesting thing so I it's it's eight age related and I'm forty seven years old but the older folks. Let's say people whose ages start with a four or five or six on average they liked the prefer talking to a human being versus talking to a machine but the younger kids in their twenties and thirties they prefer talking to the computer because the computer has all the answers already and they they're confident that they know all the the answers were as a human may or may not depending on if you've got a good person on the phone or someone who's not quite as good so as we grow older. The young kids are GONNA a start to prefer like where we would prefer a human being. Perhaps those younger people increasingly are saying. I don't WanNa talk to a human being at all. I just want to deal with the website at end on exactly yeah I think think about this and and you know I remember Schwarzenegger. As course the original terminator and I always think Terminator when I start having these conversations yeah but you wrote a line in your book I want to read it to you and have you kind of talk about it. <hes> dramatic increases in productivity will diminish the value human capital algorithms and robotics displace literally hundreds of millions of jobs so I mean we're having this conversation. Can you expound upon that a little bit that is probably broader ominous to me than than some of the conversation we've had so far share. Why and you know the the title of my book is anarchy so I do expect? I'm not expecting violence in the streets but I expect a very decentralized libertarian evolution over the years ahead because it's going to be every man for himself every person for themselves as I should say but you know I if all of these when I say hundreds of millions of jobs I'm not saying just here in the United States but I'm really because we only have about one hundred fifty million jobs here already one hundred seventy million perhaps but around the world certainly automation could replace race that many jobs since so there's going to be a lot of transition into new fields and and that could cause a lot of anarchy and a lot of disruption and in fact we already saw that in the two thousand sixteen election of Donald trump whether you like him or not doesn't matter but at least not for this conversation station but there's a certain percentage of the population that feels like they've been left behind and they're not being taken care of by the way the economy is evolving. Will whatever percentage that is. Let's say it's five percent ten percent. I don't know what the percentage but it's going to grow so more more people are GonNa fall into that category and so we see this playing out all around the world with Brazil going with a populist <hes> Electoral Victor and the Philippines would deter day and early on in Turkey and you get into even in Germany. There's implications in wilders offers in Amsterdam and you go around the world and there's ton. This trend is happening everywhere because people do feel increasingly left behind and they have a right to be frustrated right. These people started losing their jobs. In the eighties. The blue collar jobs started to go away in the eighties eighties so the for thirty years these people have been have felt like no one's really paying attention so they have a right to be frustrated but that's going to impact our democracies in our social evolution as a result okay. I heard something on on the news this weekend in. I'm GonNa read it to you and get your comment on it. Said data is the new oil and China is the new Saudi Arabia. Wow The U._S. wins on A._I.. Research but China wins on implementation and the premise of that is the reason they're winning on implementation because they have ten times the amount love their population using phones are gathering this data. What are your thoughts on on that China? I mean that's another thing I think people here in the United States. Don't appreciate how much progress China's making arguably they are winning in a lot of areas already already and you look at just infrastructure spending. This is a leading economic indicator so if you build a deepwater port for example it's reasonable the four years later you're GonNa have commerce going through that port. That's a natural evolution so by looking at WHO's investing and infrastructure so you can get an idea of what's going to happen in the in the years to come percentage of G._D._p.. Spent on infrastructure investment is the highest of any country in China eight point eight percent by comparison. We have two point four percent India five point six so they are investing heavily and infrastructure infrastructure and that's a major major advantage in that applies equally well to the technology sector and the government there which is not democratic which we might say is bad but the fact is democracy is a lot less efficient than an autocratic system. I'm not saying it's better you know one way or the I'm just saying they get stuff done like they don't fool around and they are actively promoting and supporting their major technology players including ten and Alibaba and and you know we chat and all these these Wa away they all are are very heavily supported and they are so they don't have ten times our population they have about four times our population roughly but their penetration for mobile pay as an example with we chat pay and Ali pay is way higher then we have here so they do have enormous data and they're making investments. They WANNA be an A._I.. Leader I would argue that they might be there already they are they are doing some very very. They're very aggressive and they're smart. I mean I'm not saying there's a lot of things we can criticize China about right but we also have to give credit where credit is due and they are taking strides and we need to be aware that because we compete against that in a global world exactly also in your book you talked about social bought Syria Google now Alexa Cortana so what is social technology and how's that going to play a role in in really in our lives and marketing what kind of businesses are gonNA probably be early adopters of that and beyond and yeah how's that going to work while whilst the it falls into a couple of categories so chat bots generally refers to human being talking to a machine via text <hes> social bought refers to a human being talking to a machine versus natural language like actually having a conversation and there's people define these things a little bit differently but that's a simple way to look at it and then there's this thing called the turing test which is <hes> gentleman by the name of touring way back. I think the sixties but anyway the idea is at what point can the human being he no longer distinguish the machine from another human being and via chat bod in other words via text arguably were already there so people are ready are at a point where they can't necessarily tell that this is a machine because it seems so real it seems so human but on the social bought it's less oh it's behind right but that is what we talked about this earlier. That technology is evolving very quickly right now. So the question is where is it going to propagate and there's really two different buckets there and the first one we already talked about. It's the call centers and and I think that in the years ahead as little as three to five years most large brands will have to have some sort of natural language interface to communicate with their customers particularly the younger customers so that's GonNa come very quickly but the other one is companionship robots and so <hes> companionship technologies where you could have companions for like in other words robotic companions for seniors you can even have believe it or not robotic companions for for for middle middle aged people even single men were seeing this propagate where these technologies are there and we have to keep in mind for example that there are there's a deficit of thirty million women in China compared to men of the same age largely a result of the one child L. Policy so thirty million men are mathematically incapable of finding a female partner is a forty million deficit in India seventy million between those two countries so that is a market and it's a profitable market and so you see development there as well so it's really okay call centers on the one hand and companionship on the other and that's where it's going to propagate now. That's really interesting you know I think <hes> all this as a result of data saleability of data yeah and I am in and so let's talk about out that a little bit I mean I have a market research background and you know I grew up doing qualitative and quantitative we got into some predictive and prescriptive analytics and things like that and and <hes> to another business one of my partners investing his time in machine learning and things like that but were scratching the surface compared to much larger organizations that are really investing in this in really competitive from competitive standpoint seems like those those have the most data wins in this kind of ballgame so so let's talk about data and competitive advantages and I think also we again in your book talked about the fact that the price of access to data abilities store data is all shrinking and making a more availability so yeah I mean it's and that's so there's there's data processing data ban with data storage and those are kind of the three pillars of technology and the cost structure is just collapsing so it's getting cheaper and cheaper and that's why we see this proliferation of data but it's very true that these large companies technology infrastructure the structure providers people at Google facebook and so on our in an absolute scramble to try and get as much data as they can as quickly as possible and the best example is actually precisely the social bought example that you brought up a second ago so apple apple gets their data from Siri right usage data google gets their data from using our phones and Google Home Amazon gets their data from Amazon Alexa with their install base so the question is where it is facebook get their data so just recently. It's some just recently Amazon that little sound that we got somebody you'll give best on this. The Sun So facebook released their A._P._I.. Allowing regular businesses is to tap into their messenger platform and use their messenger technology to create these interfaces that they can use for their own customer service needs that is a brilliant move by facebook to get access to data I would I would imagine in and say three to five years that there's going to be tens of thousands of businesses all around this country using Facebook Messenger A._p._i.. To deliver their customer service needs and that gives them a huge trove of data right. We'll see the same thing in Thomas Driving. Tesla Tesla has something like four billion miles driven using their autonomous technology so they have a huge data advantage and all these proofs of concept like the all e bus in London and New Tani whatever in in Singapore and there's now ways. Has a license in mountain view and <hes> and Las Gatos in the bay area. These are all <hes> pilots and proof of concept and they are trying to get as much as they possibly can as fast as they can cause. That's the currency of tomorrow and that's machine learning the number one ingredient to make machine learning work is data. Everybody needs data the more the better and so it's a race like facebook paid nineteen billion dollars for what's APP. Why did they do that? They wanted the data they were losing the younger generation Asian. What's APP had the younger generation? They paid nine thousand nine billion dollars to have access to the data. which gives you an idea? How valuable data is right? Well other things we're talking about. Are you know I'm taking the perspective big organization so is we kinda start to wind this down. Believe it or not yeah what is small to medium size businesses. How do they really compete in and not get over that barrier? I mean even when I talked to a client about market research I mean I think they see big dollar signs. It's like oh I can't afford to do that. Yeah and what I'm doing is getting the voice of the customer customer. Fuel has nothing to do with this kind of data collection. So what are some of the recommendations that you might make the to that kind of small S._M._e.. Beside of the business yeah well that and that's it's actually my favorite I mean the simplicity of this is incredible but the way this works is the large fortune one hundred even fortune five hundred companies they invest huge amounts of money to develop these new technologies to be there I but then what happens after that while they they find out the early use cases that are profitable and where it's really working and then that technology he is incorporated into the enterprise software providers like E._R._p.. Like S._A._p.. For example or Oracle or EPA core B._N._B.. What does that B._M._w.? or BE WM software anyway. There's a bunch of different <hes> e._R._p.. Platforms and also the C._R._M.. Platforms arms like salesforce dot Com Soho and all these things so and there is incredible capabilities built into these softwares that a lot of the S._M._e.. People have already paid for but they're not utilizing so it's just like Microsoft Excel everyone has it. Everyone uses it but they actually use five percent of the capabilities is ninety five percent more that they could be doing like pivot tables or whatever else macro so that they don't know how to use turns out the number one easiest thing a an S._M._e.. Company can do if you're a C._E._O.. L. Of a live a medium sized company the number one thing you can do is bringing some trainers to train your people to use the software that you've already paid for and get them to learn the new capabilities because it's already there. If you learn just how to use what you already have many times you can see huge improvements in operational efficiency and you're you're actually not getting anything beyond. What you've you've got already? Well Okay I want to just real quick on <hes> virtual reality and augmented reality yeah <hes> my <hes> <hes> my wife works for a large cruise line and they just launched their new ship and they have a a room where the entire ship was in virtual reality and that's how they would go and they would build the ship and they would take tours walking around this so his mind boggling and and now watch the video the other day so where do you see augmented reality in virtual reality going from a business standpoint while you having you. There's really I guess three areas. There's just a store story earlier. This week of a company. I forget was a Boeing I forget but they I use virtual reality to accelerate the development of a new design of helicopter. <hes> dramatically accelerated the development cycle so there's one application just there but there's I would say there's two main things that are happening with and we're just waiting for some headset to gain gain broad-market adoption which hasn't happened yet but it will one day and when it happens this will all happen very quick number one training applications to to to allow people to do training and much cheaper virtual environment but number two every large H._p.. To See Brand company selling business to consumer they're all going to be in a race to develop increasingly immersive increasingly dynamic experiences that are going to be available on their websites for anyone to peruse and so we're GONNA see a world very soon where someone could literally spend all day doing a hundred different virtual experiences. Oh my gosh did you see the one that Ferrari just announced and all the Coca Cola one was Super Fun and Burton snowboards has this is one spread like crazy. It's going to spread like crazy and it's we're going to see a situation where the virtual world is competing with the real world and for a lot of people in our society the virtual world will win and that will contribute to the anarchy that this book is about all right fantastic pick one last question as a business owner. What keeps you up at night? You know what keeps honestly so I spend all of my time every day all day trying to keep up with the changes and I have a hard time doing it. I can't imagine imagine the challenge for regular. C._E._O.'s that have a particular business that they have to focus on and at the same time keep up with all these accelerating changes so the thing that keeps me up that gives me anxiety if you will is that the pace of change is accelerating so so much that it's hard to keep up with at all even if you do a fulltime the way I K- I think we have to wrap up here Patrick. Thank you so much. It's been great <hes> discussion and so why don't you tell the listeners real quick how they can get a hold of you and and about your book and things things like that <hes> sure of course the books available on Amazon. I appreciate the opportunity to be here with you today and and if anyone's curious about myself in the work that I do the easiest way to get that is <hes> is actually to go to book Patrick Dot Com which is a little subtle call to action in there but my last name doozy so it's a lot easier to just go to book Patrick Dot Com and that's the that's the work that I do and I I would love. 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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 1 - Joe Vardon (03-11-19)

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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 1 - Joe Vardon (03-11-19)

"It's all about me. Dan, Patrick gas. There is more where that came from click back for new episodes all week long look knowledge truth brought to you by Geico. Truth. You will certainly send any text about your supervisor to your supervisor. What's Janet fangs? Did she lose up that without weed whacker? Sent wait. No, no, no, no, no truth. It's so easy to switch and save on car insurance at geiko dot com. Janet, I think my phone was hacked or something. Gogo fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more broadcasting from the Mercedes men. Can you wanna go on me should in that rat hole that you have right now? Okay. This is Dan Patrick great weekend. Everybody boys you here ready to go. You can be part of the festivities variety of ways, you can tweet. You can dial us up you to sit there, and listen and watch if you'd like to best and worst of the weekend is we always do recapping what you liked you didn't like the weekend. Eight seven seven three DP show, Email address DP, Dan, Patrick dot com. Twitter into a DP show Shaygan morning two or three hundred sixty radio affiliates around the country, and of course, direct TV the audience number. You'll find that on channel two thirty nine. After several weeks drama Antonio, Brown and the Steelers parting ways Pittsburgh in the raiders greeted terms to exchange mid round draft picks for the star wide receiver and Brown. Made it quite clear on social media and other outlets that he wanted out. He had a problem with the team and quarterback. Ben Roethlisberger it appears the Steelers felt the same way basically gave away one of their best players the best receiver in football in a future hall of Famer, but we'll see how his career unfolds from here in perfect world. He would have finished his career in Pittsburgh been a hall of Famer been the all time leader in receiving yards and catches in touchdowns. But sport is in perfect because sometimes those personalities don't measure at least they do for a while. And then it does it last. And there was the money because Brown wanted to have leverage here. I may be only had leverage with the raiders, but they were willing to give him what he wanted he wanted. And I thought from the beginning, that's what this was all about. It was a new. Contract. And almost this is a way to if I don't get it from Pittsburgh. I can get it from somebody else. He wanted guaranteed money. He wanted to be paid. He wanted it to be commensurate to being the best receiver in football. And I certainly understand it. I don't like the way he went about it. But this could be sort of the gateway for other receivers to do the same thing or other players to do the same thing Steelers. Now, try to replace his enormous production. They've been very good at finding receivers love it or hate it. What happens next will be one of the more interesting subplots of the twenty nine thousand nine season, I thought both teams lost a little bit here. Because I'm wondering where the raiders are right now team. They are faceless team other than their head coach. Now, you get end Tonio Brown. But are you keeping Derek Carr? If I bring in and Tonio Brown to make Derek Carr better than I think that might tell you everything you need to know about what Jon Gruden thinks about Derek Carr because using quarterbacks make receive. Vers better not the other way around and you bring in Tonio Brown, you give him guaranteed money. He went from zero guaranteed money with the Steelers and that contract to thirty million. Andrew Rosenhaus did a great job being told that there's only one other team that was involved in this that one of the team was the raiders. They were willing to give guaranteed money and extend it. But I thought that's what this was always about. It was about the money and member men Tonio Brown said it wasn't about the money. But it was in the end how do I get money because they should be paid more than Odell Beckham junior. Any of these other receivers on the best in the game? Pittsburgh you have nothing to show for having the best receiver in football. One of the best running backs in football and a hall of fame quarterback. Nothing nothing to show for that. And that was something we talked about because every year I'd look at Pittsburgh ago that that's the most talented team in football. But there's too much drama there. And I would always be apprehensive about picking them to go to the Super Bowl. And here you go bells out Brown's out. Ben still there do I think there was friction there between these two. Yes, I'm sure, but do I think that Antonio Brown realized this is a way to get out get paid. And now the raiders have a guy who is really good. I just don't know how he's gonna react when they're six ten and you're going to be losing maybe for one or two more years. Now, do I wanna have Antonio Brown at thirty three or thirty two and not happy going to Vegas or maybe is happy when they go to a new place or are they going to go all in and get Cuyler Murray. But. And I, you know, looking back with Khalil Mack. Okay. If you don't want to pay him quarterback money. I understand that you got two first round picks. They did a very good job with that. And if you're you're going to start looking at Amari Cooper, all right? Is he a big time number one receiver? Maybe not for you guys. Maybe doesn't make Derek Carr better. All right. You can get a first round pick from the Cowboys. Okay. They did. Well, okay. You're rebuilding right now. But are you sorta rebuilding and that was the problem I had with the raiders going after 'Antonio Brown? You're not ready to win now. But you've got a guy now who wants to win expects to win once one hundred and twenty one hundred and thirty targets he's just a little too old for what you're trying to do right now. That was the problem. I had from the beginning of Antonio Brown was going to the raiders, but you became a little more relevant because you're going to tune in. I thought you know, if he ends up. San Francisco, you know, he might disappear a little bit with the raiders and Jon Gruden even if they're not good. This is still going to be a story the entire year you'll tune in. You'll be curious house, Derek Carr and Tonio Brown door. And then you wait until they get to Vegas, and you see what kinda I still have doubts about Derek are being their quarterback when they get to not that he's not capable and he has put up good numbers. I just don't know if he's going to be the quarterback when they get to Vegas. This is the legal tampering time, by the way and lady on bell might have a home coming up here is with the jets. What about the raiders could the raiders go? Sure not. Let's let's bring them in. Now. Maybe with these draft picks that they have you get guys plug and play. And then the raiders, but you're also in a division with the chiefs who are very good there at least have very good offense. And you have the chargers who were. Good Denver is pedestrian right now. But are you able to do something? And maybe surprise a lot of people because that's what happens when you have a bad team. The schedule helps you get better quicker. This is what the NFL does. That's why you have at least two or three surprises every year. Maybe the raiders you get but you gotta draft. Will you can have draft picks? The Browns have proven that. Hey, look at all the draft picks. That's not a good thing for the Browns. Hey, you know, we got the mini and it's open. Then that doesn't mean it's good like all these little bottles there. But that's what the Browns all these little bottles there, and we saw Al they did. But the raiders with Mike Mayock, and then once their new GM, and I thought they played it they'd played it. Well, you gave up three and a five Pittsburgh each some money here. It's bad for their salary cap here, but Pittsburgh will find another wide receiver and also understand this juju Smith Schuster. He's not Antonio Brown. Okay. He doesn't play the same position. He's a slot guy. Antonio Brown would get double covered. He'd get press. Coverage. He, you know, everybody focused on him. Now. What do you do what you juice meant Schuster who's a wonderfully talented receiver, but different in where he lines up because when you're in the slot. You're not getting press coverage Antonio Brown. They were right there. They were trying to keep him from. Getting off the line of scrimmage, so just some other things to keep an eye on here. The Kansas City Chiefs would like to amend overtime. We'll talk about that coming up NC, double A bids. Liberty Gardner Webb Bradley and Murray state got a little bit of everything they're punching their tickets Lakers. Look like they're closing up shop here. Jeff Van Gundy is adopting what I've said about what the Lakers should do with. Lebron you want Antonio Davis trade LeBron? Be better for your team. You wanna play for the future? You want a bigger picture? That's what you do not going to happen. But Ben Gundy talked about it on the broadcast. We'll have that for you. The rockets of quietly one eight in a row ticks might be good. After all though, there's a lot to get to the New York. Knicks have a little issue there with their owner and a fan gotta play of the day stat of the day and mclovin poll question or two so there's a lot of things to get to by the way, the meet Friday tournament is underway leading to the final four in Minneapolis where you will vote on the songs that will advance. We will crown a meet Friday champ in Minneapolis. But this is the route of thirty two this week and you'll have songs that will be pitted against one another as you advance to the Sweet Sixteen is it the sweet and sour six. I mean is everything going to be meet here? Someone said that the mesquite swi- sixteen. Oh, all right. That I like that you even better. What do we do with eight? Or is that a T V elite eight? Yeah. Yeah. I didn't take the weekend off. I sorta did. But all right. So we'll have a poll question there. And the meet Friday songs will play a couple of those that are in the round of thirty two. Let me see this program. I believe is still brought to you by Vic sign X nasal spray a couple of scientists nasal sprays. And it works in seconds to clear your nose last for up to twelve hours. Be ready when congestion strikes sign X nasal spray. Use as directed. Mclovin. The poll question today is okay. Let's go negative since. I'm sure the entire countries. Grumpy be stupid daylight saving time. That's another point who had the worst weekend. The Steelers the Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles, Lakers Jane's Dolan, and the Knicks and the one that I wasn't sure what you put Duke in there because got how? By North Carolina. But they didn't have Zion. I don't know if I'd put do Ganor there. There were waiting to see what Duke really is. I imagine here is something to factor in with Golden State. And I know and I said this last week they can't wait for the regular season. And but you start to look at these teams. And and maybe it's just today's player where you just go. You know? I'm not into it. Phoenix. Phoenix Suns had not beat a Western Conference team on the road this year. The sun's first road win all season against a west Western Conference team. Oh in nineteen coming into this game. The previous nineteen losses were buying average of almost eighteen points. Again. The sons were seventeen point underdog the largest upset in the NBA since March of two thousand sixteen. I know that they can turn it on and off. But what bothered me the most was here's Klay Thompson talking about the fans who were a bit apathetic last night. I expect crowd of even more into to like, I know was not the playoffs. But his our last go round oracle lease. You can stand up. If someone we make good player, especially beginning, we need that energy, especially this time of the year is hard to conjure up energy every single night because you're looking for the playoffs now run. So we expect a fans kind of you know, bring that from the jump. You can't. I mean, it's like a still you can't bring it every night. But still it helps when it doesn't matter playing the sons or the books whoever it is we need that energy from them because we feed off that. Okay. Couple issues here. So so it's up to the fans to get you excited for game. You're not excited about but they're not excited either. Because it's the Phoenix Suns. Isn't it? Your job to get them excited to tell them that you're excited and we play hard even against the Phoenix Suns. Because you guys are entertainers. Yes, we're paying your twenty twenty-five thirty million dollars. I'm sorry. Go through the motions. It's the Phoenix Suns. Yeah. Point what I watch a movie, then the guy on the screen today. Do do something raise the day. That was a funny line. You should be applauding in the audience. Their help me out in the theater would be funny. But what shouldn't guy like Klay Thompson his teammates? Get say. Hey, we got the sun's tonight who wants to get seventy seriously. Let's let's let's make this this game doesn't count. Let's not really play this. Let's get together. One of the three of us going for seventy tonight. And let's make it fun for the fans and night for the people who couldn't get tickets to the good games. It shouldn't come down. You would think if I said Golden State has to shoot it a basket in the dark and the Phoenix Suns get to play in the light. And I'm going to have the Golden State Warriors playing clogs their birkenstock. That's a little mean. Okay. I still think Golden State is going to win at home. Can be close though. And I know Phoenix is done. Well here. I don't know what they're doing like they can't they can't ruin their chances. Can they they're going to be in the lottery one of the top three teams? Right. It's the Cavs Knicks sons, and they all have the same odds. Yeah. What if the Lakers just say, you know, what we're closing up shop here. How much can they improve their chances of actually winning the lottery? It's, you know, keep in mind, you got Mirant, and you got bear it to go along with Zion Williamson. So there's some net. Nice. You know cash prizes here. If you don't win the lottery, you get in a position where you've added a player who you didn't think you'd be adding because this year you thought you could get fifty wins. Yep. On the Lakers are currently in the tenth spot for the lottery. If they let's say they lost seven in a row, they could get up to like the six spot where Dallas's, but what are their chances of winning the lottery or getting a top three pick. Because really that's what if I'm a Laker fan. I would look at it from that perspective now. A two point four looks like. Two point five percent right now the Lakers for the number one overall pick. Okay. But what is it for a top-three? Yes, mclovin. Yeah. The top three are fourteen percent. And it goes twelve point five. No, no top three pick that. They would. They would have a chance for that. They don't have a the thing is a lot of other teams are tanking too. So they're not going to be able to move up as much as you think? Lakers currently have an eleven point seven percent chance for a top three pick. Okay. If they got just to the eighth spot there on the tenth. Now, they have twenty six percent chance that more than doubles it. Yes. See that's the key. If I'm Laker management here. I got Brandon Ingram out for the rest of the year. Lonzo ball is out for the rest of the year. I just don't know if what the NBA is going to say if all of a sudden you say I'm going to sit LeBron down or LeBron's groin injury comes back. But but if I'm I'm the Lakers, and I'm looking at this from a business perspective. We've lost the season. This has been a failure. Now. How do we do something that can? Redeem this failure we're going to talk to Joe Vardon. He's covering the Lakers. He's NBA writer for the athletic. He'll join us coming up in about five minutes. 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Or the Dan Patrick show app, by the way on the app. You'll be able to vote for the meat badness songs as we narrow the field starting out at thirty two this week. And then we narrow it down to the mosquito. No, it's not the mosquito. It's the what's our Sweet Sixteen sweet and sour sixteen. We have one seat and they just say sweet and sour. Oh, we're making this up on the fly. So it's tough to remember. Exactly. Yeah. Because I had the the well you could do the mosquito eight and then just AT or the elite eight AT mosquitoes sixteen. Yeah. Mosquito sedan. Shit. All right. That's what I thought. I don't know if it's a it's a correct or fair sample size. I two seasons in the NFL and Tonio Brown. Eighty five catches two touchdowns juju Smith Schuster first two seasons. One hundred sixty nine catches fourteen touchdowns. Antonio had a slow start. And then he went crazy. So the last six years frightening, and I give I give the raiders credit. You know, the they came up with a great deal and they found taker. And yes, I do think that Antonio Brown was talking himself out of places because you have to be just a little bit nervous. If you know, and I thought Green Bay might look at Antonio Brown in. I don't know how close they got. But if I'm Cleveland, I would have taken a run, but they weren't going to trade him to you being in the same division. But if I'm Green Bay, I certainly would have kicked the tires buffalo. Now, if you that would have been a lose lose situation for both teams. I think if the bills and untold Neo Brown got together. I don't think that would have gone well. Yup. On you guys said something earlier, it's legal tampering day or league hampered it. Yeah. It's national legal tampering because that like healthy fast food. What what does that mean legal Tampa because tampering is doesn't by the nature of tampering? It's illegal. I don't know why even say it this way. Mclovin. So the agents are allowed to call the teams now in the past if they had called the teams before the league year starts, it would have been, you know, violation of some sort, but the NFL's like this ridiculous. I wouldn't knows the deals are done. But the fact that it's legal tampering that can't they come up with something better. Yeah. It's a terrible. Mean we came up with the QB portal in college football. Can't we come up with something here for remember free as to sign at twelve o one that was a quick negotiation? I love that one. Now, no tampering went on here. Right at twelve o one. We got a deal done in sixty s less than sixty seconds. Danny amendola. Speaking of disappearing joins the lions they're looking for their slot receiver. And I thought amendola might end up back with the patriots. ESPN is reporting. It's a one year deal with golden Tate being traded to the eagles last year. They were looking for a slot receiver and this will reunite amendola with Matt Patricia and even the general manager Bob Quinn. Well, their time with the patriots amendola thirty three years of age. He had fifty nine catches last year with the Miami Dolphins, which is pretty good considering it was the Miami. Dolphins. Siani other news in here. Number two. So that can you recreate the patriots in Detroit, if you got a lot of their players and a lot of their coaches and. Dolphins are trying to same thing too. They have a bunch of former patriots. Yeah. But they always get them too late. I know and never work. That's that's the problem. You know, you would see these teams that would get former patriots on their team. But the patriots knew that it was already time to move like Richard Seymour when they traded him to the raiders you're thinking God, they traded him to the raiders or lawyer Malloy ends up with buffalo, and you go you got lawyer Malloy than you go. We got lawyer Malloy. Patriots kind of know who was the offensive tackle Logan Mankins Tom Brady didn't like that. And then he didn't. I think he I think he did pretty well with Logan Mankins the artist formerly known as Joe Vardon is the NBA senior writer for the athletic recent column in Kyrie irvings big moment with the Celtics. He's come to really feel for LeBron James Joe. Good morning. How are you? Hi, dan. I'm doing fine. How are you? I'm I'm doing fine. I'm just curious. What is the game plan for the final couple of weeks here for the LA Lakers? Is there a chance with all these injuries that maybe they sit down the Broncos. Well. Well on the one hand you'd think so he's thirty four years old. He played one hundred and four games last year on onto eighth straight finals. Now is the time to put him in mothballs as much as you can and get him ready for what they hope is much much better year next year, but they had some problems with this one is a fan problem. You know, it's been a disaster of a year. And LeBron he he just hasn't quite connected. You know, a within the organization, and you know, with the fan base there and sitting him down. I think would would be a problem. I mean, they're they have season season ticket requests gone out there asking for sixteen percent increase. So that's an issue. And then the other thing is just I mean, he is healthy. And so you know league rules. Prevent this. So I could see it. But I think it'll be a little while before we get to that point. And maybe it'll just be more. Like he doesn't play back the back your maybe he doesn't play a couple of road games. You know, I'm trying to figure that out though, Joe what can the league do or what would they be aware of with a healthy scratch for LeBron James? Yeah. I mean, and yeah, I guess you could say well, he's aggravated his groin or or something to that effect. But I mean, if you look at what's going on with in New Orleans with with Anthony Davis. I mean, they know he's healthy. So he played play in the fourth quarter. I mean, you can't you can't let a gate the minute that a guy plays, but they have basically dating back to a few years ago when the Cavs that LeBron Kevin and kyri from the same game out in LA against the clippers basically from that day. The league has mandated that star players who are healthy have to play. So. I you know, what what do they do to the Lakers in the event that LeBron goes away? I'm not sure I just know that this is kind of in the rule for the last couple of years trying to figure out this team is they move forward. Let's say they don't get Anthony Davis. Now, do they have a pretty good sample size with these younger players that they know moving forward that they're just temporary. Or is there somebody who could actually survive the cut and not get traded by the Lakers. Well, Dan, I mean this thing over the weekend with Brandon Ingram is a huge development huge. And it's obviously it's scary as as anything for for him. But beyond that, I mean, you can't trade him. Now. I mean, who who is going to this summer, you know, t- take him on without having, you know, having that cleared up if he's going to be able to return and be the player that that he was in and was was heading kinda kinda trending to be. And so it's it's tough. I mean, they've got there's this huge property free agents. Right. And and sort of none of them are are slated as of now set to wind up in LA, you know, the name you never hear about anymore. Jimmy butler. It's almost like he's been kinda lost is the Sixers beefed up their roster. You know, maybe he's the guy they look at. But you. You know, a lot comes back with Anthony Davis if they can't trade for him. Then you have to wonder like, well, whoever does get him next year. I is it a one year rental assuming that it's a contender that gets them. It's kinda hard to imagine that. So then if you're the Lakers, you have to I think probably look at spending some of your your cap space and try to make a trade or to to to to get better and just move on at a different way talking to Joe Vardon. He is senior NBA writer for the athletic. Joining us Dan Patrick show. Do you think the Lakers regret bringing in LeBron to really to say? No, I I don't think. So I think this is something I've been I've been chewing on I just. You know, the Lakers are run by Magic Johnson who himself was a star. And and then the general manager is rob Pelinka who was Kobe's agent. So between those two they feel like they had ample experience with kind of a transcendent star in the middle of team. I still don't feel like they kind of. I don't feel like they had done enough to really understand LeBron and what it's like to to run a team with him. And I just I don't I think the evidence is pretty clear just based on how they built the roster, and what they said the beginning of the year, which was well, we're not we're trying to avoid what what Cleveland was you know, Cleveland and Miami before it was were organizations that put largely specialists and other really good players around. Lebron and took like the most advanced like took took advantage. Of what of what LeBron does best? Now. This isn't to say that LeBron wasn't complicit in in. How this roster was was put together he was. But I think it's more of the style play. You know, the. Lebron wanted more playmakers. It's true. He wanted other people to be able to to handle the ball. It's true. But everything of course, when this works well runs through him. And of course, he's the one who generates the offense. And that's kinda not how the Lakers play. I mean. Yeah, he's the leading score. But they were more just a whoever has get out and run they led the league and pace. I think for a while or was we're right up there. And and and that was kind of I think that that was like a real thing that you can point to did. They just didn't do enough to kind of understand what works well with LeBron. I mean, the Cavs and the heat did this a certain way and got the eighth straight finals. Now, the Lakers probably weren't gonna make it to a finals. Anyway. But I think they probably should have stuck more to the same recipe that that the last two teams that have abroad used it. It works pretty well. I'll leave you with this with Golden State losing again last night. You can see at one point if you're a lip reader Steve Kerr has a disparaging comment about Draymond green. We've had the drama with Kevin Durant. Klay Thompson has been injured that just sort of they they must hate the regular season. And I know they can turn it on and off Joe. But you know, here we go again, you blow a lead if you lose it home to fainting. And then Klay Thompson said, hey, we need the fans to be excited about this. If the players aren't excited about playing Phoenix. Why should the fans be is? Is there any concern here, and the rockets are playing well, maybe Boston's figured out something, I you know, is it still Golden State's NBA, you know, if they want to win this or not. Yeah. It is the regular season. And and this is I mean, I think this is a problem for the NBA. But but the regular season is just it's it's largely meaningless. And and I think it will be that way until the warriors kind of break up. But yeah, I mean, the there's I've seen no real concern based off of what happened last night or what's been happening this year. I think what will be interesting is to see how they manage DeMarcus cousins in matchups against teams that are smaller and consider in the Celtics being one of them in a in a potential finals. But you know, like just about this thing with the regular season. You know, I spent some time with kyri last week in LA, and and one of the things that we discussed that he's kind of relearning kind of remembering is just how long and silly and stupid the NBA regular season can be. And all this stuff happens all year, especially if you have a star Laden team like Celtics or the warriors, and that's all it is just fluff. It's just outside noise when you get to the play offs, then you can strategize for a series, and you can put the ball on your stars hands. And all the possessions matter, it's just a different. It's a different sport. And you know, the warriors clearly have the experience they clearly have the talent. You know, they have the confidence they have they have the it. So yeah, this is their league prohibitive favorites. Coming in for sure. Thank you. Joe? Good to catch up with you again and have fun at the athletic. Yeah. Thanks. Thanks, dan. That's the Joe Vardon one of their lead NBA writers camp Patrick show. 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It could be a trade with four and Anthony Davis or I think they need to export trading. The Braun for getting as much as they can what are you doing? No seriously. What are you doing? No. You gotta get on the right time on if I I'm going to say if I could trade him for the clippers into cap space, which would give me a better chance to get Durant. Or collide. Leonard would I not do that. I hear from the players now is it's business. Everything is business. Well, if it's business than I have to do what's best for my business. I'm not saying you deathly trade him up saying everything's on the table to get this team better everything I don't know if everything can be on the table because if LeBron knows that you're shopping him to the clippers. I don't know if he has a no trade, I'm assuming he has a no trade. But if you say to him, look, this isn't going to work out. We're going to we're going to keep you in LA for your business reasons. We're gonna send you to the clippers. Okay. If I'm I'm trading LeBron for cap, you know, clearing my cap. I mean, Laker fans want stars out there. You don't want to be watching mauve, Wagner and Caruso, and Kentavious pope, and you know, you need stars. You were promised stars. Dammit. We want stars. Yes. We love is that the three tenors, Alex, Wagner and. These guys my mom used to love them. Mannheim steamroller with mauve honor. Yep. I'm reading a couple of places that LeBron does not have a no trade clause in his contract. Boy. But they also said if that came to be he could just retire or he not retiring now he wants to be the all time leading score. Yeah. He's got a build up a resume. No. I don't know. How he does it that where you go. You know, what if I the all time leading scorer and he's top ten in assist. The top ten in steals. And if you don't win another championship though, he not retired. That's not app, but you could keep him in LA. He gets to play for Jerry West led team, Doc Rivers. I know. It's all speculation. I just don't know if how they are constructed right now. I don't know about Lonzo ball. I really like Lonzo ball. I think he has you know, these intangibles the problem is the tangible is he can't shoot a free throw. How do I have a guy who has the ball? You're the point guard, and you can't shoot free throw. If Andre Drummond can improve his free throw shooting. Blake griffin. Like you. You can go down the let Karl Malone like you have to be able to improve your free. I can't have you on the floor. Like there was hacker shack. They're going to do the same thing to you. An Ingram's injury. I I mean, that's serious here, you I I don't know what his career is going to be. We we all like Kouzmin. I think heart has full tential. But okay, what am I have here? What did I learn this year? I don't think you learned that much because Lonzo being injured. I wanted to see how if he would get better by proxy playing with LeBron. But LeBron's not a good free throw shooter either. So the last thing I want is Lonzo shooting free throws with LeBron. Lonzo was forty five percent last year down to forty two percents this it's it's impossible. He's the only guard in the top lowest ten players in the league for fifth or spur shooting. He's only guard. What what did Andre Drummond go from two because he was sub fifty. And I think he's improved of upper sixties now. I mean, he he, but he worked at it. So Andre gentleman was like thirty seven as a rookie forty one thirty eight thirty five thirty eight and then sixty last year fifty seven this year. Okay. I can deal with sixty. I can't deal with forty forty two percent. Maybe Drummond could help if I can shoot blindfolded and make at least four out of ten I was lucky in Bob ball's number one thing he never got hilly shop forty eight free throws all year long. He never gets to the line new. He he doesn't go to the hoop. He doesn't wanna shoot threes. And he's I want to go to the hoop other than that. 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We're not surprised when Wofford makes it into the NC double A turn early March say poked her head out. Yeah. So they'll represent the southern conference. Wofford has don't they have a great three point shooter? Does that sound right? This kid have a chance to be the all-time three point shooter in college basketball history. I know JJ Rettig is top three. But I don't know who the other he might be second. And I don't know Fletcher McGee. He's at Wofford. Yeah. You're making that name out. None of that Tim Fletcher McGee. He's a great three point. He's he's like six behind on the all time list. He was set. I'm googling if he got. He's definitely second. Okay. On the all time. But I don't know who owe Fletch McGee. Yeah. He's been pumped them up since two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen he can shoot a great shooter, obviously can shoot three's alot. Spend some time over the weekend in Park City, Utah first time, I was out there. Now, I don't ski. I don't snowboard. I was snowshoeing by the way with the family. It's a great bonding moment ran into some fans out there in Park City. Some some good fans there there were refu- suck it back rows couple of bartenders who loved Seton, you know, the us but Park City beautiful. Those are my people they are went to a place called the distillery downtown parks. They serve their they serve some whiskey that they make like that at a few. Yeah. The bartenders big fans, and they a lot of them came from bar harbor Maine to Park City. And so yeah. And some nice people out there wonder to sail. Yes. It's real close to Salt Lake. It's like you landed Salt Lake you're there in half an hour, forty forty five minutes. Yeah. But it was beautiful. No, we Airbnb and walked into town you ever come back for places in Salt Lake City. I think is one of parks is one of them. Why don't I live here? Why would I not live in Park City Utah? I do that. We're whenever I go on vacation with my wife. I'll say could you live in Hawaii. Could you live in Pebble Beach, could you? She goes, what do you? No. No, no. I like where where we live. But like gymnasts goes to public beach for bunch of years caught. And he's like, yeah. I'm just going to set up shop here. Why why just visit in gymnastics smart? Yeah. But he's living on Pebble Beach, and he can do and he's got a wife and young kids. And so, you know, my my kids are all grown where do you think you'd move in America? If no holes not there's nothing attached. You could bring this whole show the whole family. I don't know if I could do it in one place. But you had to pick one non Connecticut. No one's really going to hold you to this is just for fun. It though, you're going you have to go finding I I would like to live in the Venice canals in Los Angeles. Tasty. What does that have you seen the canals? I Benda Venice. Well, no, this is. Yeah. Venice beach. Okay. And then they had these canals. And these houses on the canals there the show Bosh. He goes to visit somebody at the canals there, but I might live there. And and, you know, have a studio there been ice vibe. See I did an episode of to completely change topics by the way, I didn't episode of Barry off of your recommendation. I really liked it you watch the first episode. I one maybe two. Okay. Can't he's one of those. But you're you're not thinking Bill hater is going to be this serial killer. And then all of a sudden, you realize he can do it. It's like Keri Russell in the Americans where you go. Yeah. She total bad ass. But Bill Hader, and we're going to have I think Henry Winkler studio. The fonz used to be known as the heat. He comes close to stealing the show bearing but berries, really well done. Really well done. All right poll question. Mclovin. I gotta get phone calls. We'll do that coming up next hour. Also, the Kansas City Chiefs of all people, of course, they would like to change overtime. 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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 2 - Grant Hill (03-19-19)

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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 2 - Grant Hill (03-19-19)

"It's all about me. Dan, Patrick gas. There is more where that came from click back for new episodes all week, log let me tell you about Pete who loved hockey and always wanted to play in the NHL Pete played since he was three and begged his mom to let him stay on the ice by some nights. He even slept in his Hoppy skates, peaked practiced and practiced until one day when he was forty seven Pete realized he just wasn't that good. So he threw his skates in the trash. But then he heard how gyco proud partner of the NHL good save money on car insurance. So he switched and saved a bunch. So it all worked out broadcasting from the Mercedes man cave of one sad. Led Zeppelin loving host be looked devastated. Here's Dan Patrick. Welcome to the program already in progress. It's our to Dan and the danettes Dan Patrick show. Got a poll question based off of Dirk Novitsky, passing Wilt Chamberlain on the all time scoring list. Which power forward. Would you want to start your team with what were the other options today is I picked Tim Duncan is? I thought you know, what he can play center and forward, and he's widely considered the best power. Forward of all time, though, Duncan is running away with it. Actually, Carl Malone is second. Yeah. I think he's like your prototypical power for. Yes. The power in the powerful. Yes. When you look at Karl Malone. He was a. Jaanus a power for. I don't know if we have designation position designated position to it used to be you had to have a one and a two in a yet a scoring guard and yet point guard. Now, it's not I mean, Steph curry is what point guard, but he's a scoring guard. Kevin Durant is the appoint forward Scottie Pippen was probably the first point forward or Larry Bird appoint forward. So I don't think that we do it anymore. We, and that's why I said that I think that the all first second third team all-star teams you shouldn't have a center two forwards two guards. It should just be the five best players, certainly the all NBA. It should be just you know, because you can look at certain Rudy Gobert. It's a nice player, but he's not one of the top five players in the game. But we had to put him on there because he's a Senator and Andre Drummond. Nice story. Good player not one of the top ten players in the game. But I have to put you in because of your position. And I think it's unfair to the other players who play other positions where there's far more shooting guards. Or, you know, the threes out there that you have to compete against as opposed to center. There aren't many great centers. Yeah. Point yannis. A combo over his career. He has been listed officially in the game program and on websites as small forward shooting guard point guard small forward power forward power for it. Yeah. There's not a designation anymore in there shouldn't be because you know, what was LeBron. He was a point forward as well. And he plays guard. But is he a guard is he a forward? I don't know what Barclay would be now because Barclay at six four and a half would probably be a four even oh you don't consider him at that size to be a four Zion. Williamson you know, he would be a four or five certainly four. I don't know. You might be a three everybody filling out brackets bracket by wants to know what what's the secret formula here the secret sauce? I don't think there is. You know, what you want to do is be able to survive the first two rounds? That's it. And you got to keep your final four intact at least three out of four. You're going to have a couple of upsets gonna help out. But really it's at the end. And I don't know I start my bracket at the end. And then worked my way back some start the other way and just go down in the first round second round. And then you know, you move forward to your final four. But I usually I start with the title game. And then worked my way back. We just got will Farrell. Bracket. Now, we'll went with Michigan state and Duke in the championship game. I think didn't he know? He's there in the same like side of the bracket. Okay. So they he has them playing each other though. Okay. In the elite eight okay. So he's got he's got Duke winning at all fritzy as Duke winning at all, Montana and northeastern is part of his final FOCA. But if Duke wins it then he still got a chance to be in the mix here, but he had some long shots there. Yeah. I think I think will fill that out with maybe a sense of humor. Yes. Po at the Montana grizzlies make the final four though, he's crews. Yes, he is. Yes. He is in he'll be laughing at Duke taken down, Iowa and the national chip. Not many people have that matchup even people in Iowa. But we'll Farrell maybe seeing something in the pesky hawkeye's that the rest of the nation and the experts are not saying all right? Eight seven seven three DP show, Email address DP, Dan, Patrick dot com. Twitter handle at DP show. We've got our poll question. Do you wanna go with another poll question? Mclovin. I have another option. All right Jaanus and the bucks play the Lakers tonight heading into next year. Who is the face of the NBA in two thousand nineteen twenty Labuan. Okay. What does that mean? Who's the most popular player? I guess is one way to to say the the league still revolves around the Bronx will it next year though. Yes, even more. So because you're probably going to have a new coach D have free agents if you don't have free agents, and he's still playing with these younger players, you know, you may still have a molotov cocktail lineup there where you're just not quite sure if. This is going to detonate or not. Yup. Only what if Durant is a Nick. Then Tim, Tim, you mean when he's home. It's still LeBron. One more scenario. What if Janas and the bucket of the best record right now win the title? Playoffs can change perception remember when Curry's or took off down we got brogden hurt. I think that's a big loss for the bucks or rant kyri in Zion are all at Madison Square Garden. Well, then the Knicks would be the face Ega Zion is another option Penzone where he goes if he ends up in Phoenix or Cleveland. I think we might not be the face of the NBA. Thank God, the lotteries fixed. What what? Yeah. It's still it's still revolves around LeBron because, you know, people tune in to see him succeed in in other see wanna see him fail, and what's going to happen here to his legacy is going to win a title is he going to have a run at at a title. Can he get to the NBA finals? Again, what happens with Golden State? What happens with Houston is Denver going to take that next step now just Portland ads. Somebody the clippers are really young. But really interesting, you know, Spurs played great, okay. Here you how many San Antonio Spurs. Can you name if I take away Dhamar Rosen? How many Spurs can you name? Yes. We club. I watched last night against the word. Okay. But that doesn't mean. No. It doesn't matter. I can't name any of them. There's a guy that looks like that Bonner who's not Matt Bonner who's got a four and last name who's deadly Danny Green's gone. I know I know well, lamarcus Aldridge takeoff. Yes. Okay. Lamarcus Aldridge tomorrow. I'll give you lamarcus Aldridge. All right. Anybody else on their? Yup. There's a kid from UCLA a few years ago. I think is name was Kyle Anderson. I don't know if he's still on a roster. I'm gonna go with that. Okay. I don't know if he's on the roster nei-neither, I know Rudy gay is on there. Who else is on the roster? Anybody don't they have the they have a kid from Utah that other kid named white like a Stephen wider. Larry, wait. They have a Walker Lodhi walk. No, he he's down in the G league. Finally. Remember they drive that kid out of a small school a couple of years ago. We all thought man, that's a great draft pick. Don't I thought the guy like Yakub pulledle wasn't. He. Jake pro-dole is is Bella Nellie still on that team March like just pulled up there. Schatz Belen Ellie. Okay. Someone named Bryn Forbes. Mentioned the fella who sounds Irish. But isn't. Patty mills, oh, Patty, Patty mills on the team. Yeah. Derek Whyte, Derek. Why you can't stop Dirk way? Yeah. You can only hope to contain him. I saw they've won nine in a row pasta. They never lose at home. And it's another winning season for the San Antonio Spurs. That's twenty two consecutive years. Who's had a better run dynasty was Spurs patriot. Because this patriots have they had a couple of down. They had a long separation when they won back to back. And then they didn't do anything for about what nine years. And then they had this last wave of dominating again. But the Spurs have been more consistent over the last two decades. Yup. Oh, you got your Marco bell Ellie still team? Yeah. As is Davis. Bertrand's the third. Yeah. That's a guy who looks like Matt Bonner. He's deadly from Dante Cunningham. Yeah. The Spurs though, the thing with the Spurs. Yeah, they they're spin dominant. But they're so boring. I felt like when they were at their peak. It almost hurt the NBA interest wise. Yeah. Yeah. People weren't happy to see the Spurs in there. Even though you had a hall of fame had three hall of famers, all hall of fame coach Duncan yet Ginobili and Tony Parker. And you would think turning, you know, you gotta hold fame coach, and you had three all of that. Will you be excited to see them? And you weren't be like, oh, Spurs her back. But they great organization another one of those organizations where the owner stays out of the way any leads the coach and GM do what they need to do. And you find that there is you know, it's it's not accident. When that happens. It's not a coincidence. When that happens when you have management who stays out of the way in Laos people to do their jobs, if that's why you hired them the other better chance for success already. So Dirk Nowitzki passes will Chamberlain sixth on the all time list. I don't think he's playing next year. He hasn't made that announcement yet. But boy there enough farewell tours for Dirk. But that would be really awkward if all of a sudden, Dirk says, I'm Bach. Vince Carter is going to play another year. I believe, but I you know what Dirk? He runs like Herman Munster now with pebbles in his shoes. Like, he should not be out there. It's funded. It's still great to see him, and he's put up these incredible numbers. But I think this is his last go round still share it though. Oh, we he'll never lose that he'll always be able to shoot. But that Dallas team moving forward in. I look at you know, I think let's say Dallas would get someone like Kemba Walker though, I think would be a guy to keep an eye on. Dallas that was could turn out to be sneaky comeback tour here. Yeah. Polling don't you wish? I don't know if you can do it because he wouldn't want to embarrass. Yeah. This is actually a really really dumb idea. I was gonna say if Vince Carter could go back in a slam dunk contest. But that would tarnish his legacy. But what if Vince Carter hosted like a forty and over slam dunk contest during the all star weekend and anyone over forty on earth can join, but I don't know if I wanna watch forty year olds dunk because then you go, you know, as a forty year old. That's a nice dunk. Right. I I'm dunked out. Did you see the guy who did the video on YouTube where he recreated every slam dunk from this year's contest? And he doesn't even play in the NBA. I don't even know if he played college ball. He's just an incredible jumper, but he recreated all those dunks. And then you go. All right. You know, even the dunk over shack. Okay. I just there's nothing I loved the three point shooting because you can be a great shooter. But you can be one in done. Where's the slam dunk? Actually, we penalize you. If you miss your dunk. I you should get if you miss you miss like that shit and on. But you know, we we were trying you're looking for that great dunk. So we're going to give you a couple of tries for a great dunk. But that guy on U2., I still take that schoolteacher that the best dunk. I've seen this year was the schoolteacher who did the backflip went up for an alley oop and dunked with a tie on. Yes. He say are you saying that then maybe they should add in like civilian contest? Is that would probably be more interesting. Well, that's schoolteacher was awesome backflip Allieu dunk with khakis on in a tie that was more impressive than Diallo's dunk or Dennis Smith junior. The third. We've got our poll question here. Jeff in Detroit joins us. Jeff, welcome back. What do you have for me? Oh my God. You got mine up. You're going crazy. I was just thinking about what if you had like a group of individuals that weren't NBA talented go off in the dunk contest to winner in his contest with a professional. Wow. Got gotta be as far as the patriots. Go patriots versus San Antonio patriots. Same like, they might be a better story because they have to do it in one and done patriots. I mean, San Antonio, you know, they have series to to for pretty much through stuff. And if she was in the NBA now, how do you think he would do 'cause that was one guy that could stretch the floor defense, and he had a hell of a three? Yeah. And accurate three. Could you imagine giving him the green light today's NBA because guys just running up court chucking like well? I think Rasheed Sam Perkins and thanks for the thanks for the phone. Call. A lot of energy there with Jeff I love that dude. Yeah. And if you know, if there's a little more lax marijuana laws, you know, Rashid's probably, you know, able to do a little better there in the NBA. I would allow him to smoke to so chill on the floor. Because remember he got to the point where you just went on here hearing, guess, you could just see him sort of detonate, but he could shoot. Yeah. It was it was a very talented player. She'd there's a point where he gets teed up for his thoughts. Considering it and someone. Going the other way. Yeah. The only way to vote for meat madness is the Dan Patrick show app. And please do because we have some really tight races. There a lot of fun songs there. And you have until the end of Thursday show to vote for meat madness. The Dan Patrick show app. Our celebrity bracket challenge brought to you by subway. Great guest list their list that even includes Chris Mannix for now. Yeah. Mclovin. Was funny. I our is like. No, we can't you can't kick Mannix out. It's just where show a list this year, particularly lists. Do you think the a listers will be upset or are upset that that Chris Mannix is on the list with so it says celebrity bracket challenge, do you think there's a chance that Michael Douglas or will Ferrell Bryan Cranston or Adam Sandler goes he's not? He's not celebrity. Yes. I think part of the problem is that there are certain people grandfathered in because for years. We had to round out the celebrity wants a little with with. Yeah. Like the air quotes the celebrity bracket with more contributor bracket. And now, I feel like those people are sort of grandfathered in you can't kick them out. Now, they were here in the lean years when we were sort of desperate for celebrities to be in the celebrity brackets because I said, you know, we got to rename this the bracket challenge, it we can't call it the celebrity bracket shown as some people, we know challenge you. Friends of the show challenge. Bone quick, useless, platitude love Mannix. But how about an idea we have an hour and a half left of the show if any of the four of us can replace Mannix with a higher level celebrity? You can be a challenge to your four guys here. Yeah. But that's not hard. Right. But maybe in the next eight if you only have ninety minutes to get a higher like if you got Gary della Botte would that be considered a enough of an upgrade? Yes. Mean he's not in. I thought buoy and John high standard, Gary Gary, and Jonathan in it and J D harmar from show been in it for years. I don't know why they weren't asked. Oh, fritzy, did you reach out to Bob did not oh he's going to be bothered by that big time to them. It was not intentional injury to big cat from barstool. Everyone on the list is who I reached out to do not, you know, you have to cut it off somewhere. So wait. Are we going to sit at big cat is a celebrity and Chris Mannix isn't. Yeah. Wow. Wow. Next has a longer career. I did not ban. Any anyone else in the group to reach out to? Okay. What if I did PF tea and big cat togethers tandem? And then we kicked Chris Mannix to the curb. Are is a is a PF TM. Big cat, equal to a Chris Mannix. I go big cat and PF t you would over Mannix and definitely going to be more entertaining than Chris. Yeah. They will. But I would think Bob okay is baba buoy you'd put him over Chris Mannix nationally recognized. Yes, right. JD harm. I r-. Not no not bigger than Chris hall. Are you? Sure. Yes. Yeah. Hans in in the comedy radio realm. Yes. In the coverage realm JD doesn't cover boxing. Oh, yes. Mclovin. I think I already I think I succeed in the challenge. I just got Mario to fill out a bracket. So I beat up. Wow. Then it doesn't matter. What we do. Chris getting fascinated. The guy who writes are opens. Bob Schmidt is going crazy right now. He loves it cl- corporation. I can't wait till tomorrow. Bob slices this up, and it's all about Mannix. Okay. You have ninety minutes to come up with a bigger celebrity than Mannix. You each you each get one call to bring somebody in. All right. Let's see if they they want to join us. And if they if we get somebody who's considered bigger than Mannix than Mannix will be in the United version of our celebrity bracket challenge. All right. We'll take a break Grant Hill joins us coming up next. We'll get two phone calls as well. This is the Dan Patrick show. Taming the briar patch mowing the lawn trimming, yeti, whatever you call it. It's about time. We talked about manscaping guys human scape. Right. Keep things trimmed and fresh to below the waist nine out of ten women of all ages prefer their guy manscaping. But you've got to have the right tools for the jewels. All you'll look like they used a machete pop over to man, manscaping dot com. Check out their perfect package. Not that perfect package. The manscaping. Perfect Packers two point oh that was a smash hit on shark tank. 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Mike trout, and the L A angels are final finalizing a record-breaking twelve year contract that is worth more than four hundred and thirty million dollars. This is a Cording to sources familiar with the deal telling ESPN twelve years four hundred and thirty million dollars. I wonder what Bryce Harper thinks this news. Yes. I think during the quick math. That's about average of thirty six million a year. Yeah. Well, we wondered if that was going to happen. Once the Bryce Harper deal was done Harper's openly flirting with courting Mike trout to come to his hometown Philadelphia Phillies and now already Marino in the angels. Looks like they're going to step up and Mike trout will more than likely his career as an angel already. We'll get phone calls coming up eight seven seven three DP show, Email address DP, Dan, Patrick dot com. Grant Hill Turner sports in CWA analyst. He will join Jim Nance Bill Raftery, Tracy Wolfson for the fifth consecutive year calling the NCWA tournament and the tournament available on TBS CBS TNT true TV and streaming on March madness live. I'm looking at the numbers here grant, your three years older than Vince Carter, and I think Vince is coming back for one more year. Yeah. No, no. I I am three years old. I feel like maybe thirty years old then. But now he has been amazing. And we are neighbors here in Florida. You know, obviously, I helped recruit him to the hawks vice chairman of of the team, and we spent a lot of time on a golf course. And but he's been a great great addition in the locker room with trae young John Collins, and as we're building a culture with young guys his contributions in the locker room have been fantastic and in oh, by the way could still play. Would you rather have been Carter's career Dirk Nowitzki is career? You know, I I'll take you to one of them. I mean, I, you know, I I think both of them were fantastic in both. You know, what I love about him? They're both just really good solid people. And obviously dirt you know, has the championship which is pretty fantastic. But you know, I think Vince Carter just you know, I mean, he doesn't get enough credit for what he did in Canada and making that the game of basketball exciting and relevant and just you know, you see it. Now, you see the impact is all these players from Toronto Canada. Now playing in college basketball in the NBA and really just I mean, I'm old enough to remember I had to guard him. So I remember VIN sanity at its edits height. And just a fantastic player. They one of the best ever do it. We had a poll question if you could start your team with any of these powerful rich, mclovin give grant the list. Okay. Charles Barkley Karl Malone. Kevin garnett. Kevin mckell. Tim duncan. Gotta pick one grant. I'll go with Tim Duncan. Yeah. I did too. Yeah. What did you big? I was going to say, well, I wasn't sure. Because I think Tim he he had a there was a team around him all the time. I don't think he he ever had to be that guy that had to get thirty points. Whereas Malone had to be that guy. Mikhail was not that guy. I think Mikhail's actually underrated. I thought he was unstoppable is low post moves were as good as anybody who's ever played the game and very good defensively as well. But he was in bird and Mikhail's or burn perish and everybody else's shadow there. But you know, even Barclay to what he did at that size is is truly remarkable in even Kevin Garnett was freakishly great at that size. So I don't think there's a wrong answer. It feels like Dunkin would win because he had more team success. I agree. They over great. I agree. That Maceio was so underrated. I you know, I was a Laker fan. So we're not a big fan of his. But he was as good as anyone. But my thing is Duncan. He did have a great team around him. But do you think he could have been thirty points a game player if he needed to be he wasn't a good free throw shooter? And I don't know if he had moved where he could break you down. I think he knew what he could do well, and and he mastered that, but I I don't know Barkley could break you down Malone could break you down cagey could Dirk had range. So I don't think Tim could have been thirty point a night guy. I, you know, even he I think he had a couple of twenty five point seasons. But I just didn't look at him as unstoppable whereas Dirk at times Barkley at time. Like those guys were unstoppable at times in their career. No, good point three point. I wanna know, you know, when you made the call with Villanova winning the NC double NCWA title at the buzzer. I'm watching it last night. And I'm watching I'm listening because I want to hear what how gymnasts sets it up. And then what is said before that shot is taken by Jenkins. You say they have a play. Now. I don't know if you knew it, and you were you didn't want to say what it was. But in the moment, which I always define greatness. What do you say when you need to say it and you said watch for Jenkins? Now, he was the trailer on the play. But what didn't you know prior to that play that help Villanova win the national title? Good question. Well, I first of all in those moments, and you notice day typically, you lay out and you let the iconic voice of gymnast him. You know, let him make the call. And I and I it's funny. I thought back to I didn't know that they had this particular play. But so I didn't it wasn't like, I I'll be honest like scouted something and knew that they had a particular set. But when I saw Jenkins their best shooter taking the ball out. I actually thought of a play that we used to run when I played for the pistons, and it was a play where Terry Mills another guy big guy who could really shoot the ball from the perimeter would take the ball out and because he had gone to Michigan to play was called mission. And I would basically bring the ball up and dribble up the court and try to dribble at his man and bring it flip. It back to him for a top of the key three. And Doug Collins who was our coach put that playing. And funny thing was we would run it anytime during the game. He take the ball out and he'd say Michigan. And so he, and I would be the only guys that we know that. And so we'd come down to court dribble into the paint. Turnaround, flip it back to him. And he shoot a three. And so in that moment, I was making it out play. I was thinking of Michigan believe that taking Terry Bill. And and so that's what came to my mind. And and thankfully, aren't you Archer DO art, you know, passed it back to Jenkins, and he hit the side. And then maybe look good talking to Grant Hill Turner sports NCWA analyst he'll be on the call with Jim Nance Bill Raftery, Tracy Wolfson this'll be the fifth consecutive year calling the NCAA tournament. There's a whole lot of pressure on this Duke team. And I'm wondering can you quantify the pressure put on them? Can you look back at maybe the fab five with the, you know, the Michigan freshman and that was early in. Your career as well. That those kids as freshmen they made it to the title game back to back years. They didn't win but just the amount of pressure where you're expected to win. You're expected to be great. How do you think this Duke team handles that amount of pressure? And is it summer? Do you think to the fab five? Well, it is similar is similar in the sense. The fat five were freshman. I think the fab fives first year they weren't picked to be the favorites. And I don't think anyone expected them that first year when we ultimately played them in Minnesota. They upset some teams they'd beat a very outstay t- regional no one saw that happening. You know, think do team from from the time that they beat Kentucky in the preseason back in November. Everyone has had this expectation on them to to be the eventual champion, and and so there's a little bit different in that regard. Obviously the next year when Michigan and the fat five came back. I think the expectations were great, and they certainly got back there, but to be so young and to not have that one year of experience under their belt and to have everyone assume that they'll get theirs. I a lot, but these kids have handled it, well, obviously coach K as I think insulated them and prepare them you just think about this season. I mean, they they've had some signature road wins. They've had buzzer-beaters they've had adversity. They've been to a lot and all of those experiences, including those losses. I think have helped him and put them in a nice, you know, position now that they have a chance realistic chance of winning the whole thing. If you when's the last time you picked somebody else other than due to win the title. And did you hear from coach K? So okay. So just you know, when I do my brackets, I always picked okay every five years or so I look good. And and you're here. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Know, I haven't heard from coach K he hasn't called. But I'll see him in Columbia. So I'm excited about that. Because he ever given you grief phone urinalysis of Duke. Oh, all the time. You have to understand coach K. We have a great relationship. And obviously, I'm grateful that twenty five years later after I graduated my coaches still there. And so you talk about tremendous connected to the program to him. That's awesome. But there's still a part of me that feels like I'm eighteen years old. And I'm in trouble. When I'm in his presence on though, if that ever change way be honest, how often did you get yelled at and how often did Leitner get yelled at in practice. Well, part of the problem was I was getting yelled at by both. So. Guys. Yo, dan. I mean, it was it was you know, I mean, obviously in ninety two I'll say this coach K what I respected about him was that he was hardest on his best players. And a lot of coaches will coddle their best players, and sort of have whipping boys who you know, who are on the bench who or more in reserve roles, but he went at Leitner hard, not all the time. But he went at him hard. He went to me heart. And you know, that's what you want. You want to be coached you want improve you wanna get better. And and he did it like my senior year. You know, my senior year we lose an ACC tournament before the tournament. And we we lost in a game to Virginia that we probably should have one. And you know, he went Abby would that be after the game and. Even when we met in his hotel room. So he he'll he held you accountable. Push you, and you didn't always understand it. Maybe when you were teenager. But you certainly now as you look back, you appreciate it. And you're grateful for that good to catch up with your grant. Hopefully, we'll talk to you during the tournament have fun and thanks for joining us. All right. Thanks. That's Grant Hill Turner sports NC double A analyst, and he'll be there, which from Nashville Raftery, Tracy Wolfson, this'll be the fifth consecutive year calling in seed overlay turn just heard from. Josh do Mel the actor. He's in Tanzania and he's sending in his brackets so good to have Josh back in the fold there. Do we have an affiliate in Tanzania? Polling. Can you check and see checking? Yeah, I used to have one. But then they switched to hotties. They went, oh, I thought that they changed over the SPN. And then they dropped check. Yes. It's k- tan eight ninety AM, but I'm not. 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Just King Things

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Carrie

"Just king things as podcast. Discussing the books that stephen king in publication order these are largely horror novels deal with complicated and often disturbing topics is episode is on the nineteen seventy four novel carry and has content mornings for domestic abuse bullying and body shaming allusions to sexual assault and rape racism abortion animal cruelty in death and murder. Howdy friends and neighbors. Welcome to just king things. The podcast were. We read the books of stephen king in publication. Order i'm michael us in with me as my co host cameron councilman killing you with my mind michael Better this is being killed with a mine. Sounds like this is what killing with the mind. Sounds like because on this episode. Where where we're talking about. We are talking about kerry Stephen king's first published novel published in a seventy six But written earlier right. And i think like a year or two before then Like seventy seventy five. Oh no no no. It's published in seventy four. Okay So nineteen seventy four His first published novel And this is the first episode of the show. A fittingly enough for the for the podcast where we read the books of stephen king in publication order. We're beating first book and that is That's what the show is about If if you're just joining us Either at our premier or in the future. We're just going to read these books when after another for the next ten years or so and we're going to discuss them Is there anything else i think. Maybe that needs to be factored in for that promise. I think it's pretty pretty Clear well steve. We need to slow down at number one. If you're listening stay. I think we're probably on first name basis with stephen king at this point so steve and if not we will be by the almost certainly but yeah this urge you know just to say to so we started the show one because You know you. And i michael. We enjoy the works of stephen king. we've been. We both have a similar history. I'm sure we'll get into that over the course of the show. We don't have to do all this info dump here at the top. But we've both read aloud. Stephen king in our lives and I think in similar conditions. We've done so and last year. We i said. Hey michael for the holiday for halloween. We should like read. Some stephen king short stories in the talk about them in nyc. You know release that in some way and you said great which ones you want to do. And then we did a list in the ny dropped the ball and they don king and so this has been kind of bubbling around for awhile of like doing something around stephen king so we were thinking about what what could be the thing that we do for The wrench touch patriotic to kind of drive people toward it and create like a really tangible goal of increasing the numbers over their engagement patrick dot com slash range if you wanna check that out and So we put this as a goal of reading. All the stephen king novels in order. Not novels all the stephen king published works in order. yes we should be clear and And now we hit hit actually pretty quickly so you really wanted to hear this. They really want to hear it. Well this just to give people a some expectations. This is not going to be game. Study study by this or other show where we speak for three hours about a book. You know this is going to be a tight hour to an hour and a half of talking about the book and a free free-wheeling kind of way I think this is the kind of show. You're telling me. Mike oba it would reward you the also. Read the book if you would like to but you don't have to read them. If that is the sort of thing that strikes you reading along would probably be a lot of fun And in some cases probably a huge ordeal especially when we get up into the one thousand plus pagers yeah And and we're to keep that in mind two we are reading. This is a monthly podcasts. Because we're going to get to the point where we're having to like burn through these massive stephen king novels in a fairly short amount of time. So you know Carry hot two hundred pages. You know easy to do in in in a short amount of time by the stand or it will be harder to do so or give ourselves a fair amount of time. But that's i think all we need to know going forward We generally with what the show is what. What's up with stephen king. What's up with you. And stephen king me and stephen king. Well i started reading. Stephen king i was probably about eleven or twelve but my mom recommended that i read thinner so she started me with bachman and you were deeply afraid of pie. Yes no it was interesting. Because i basically you know i read a lot of like sort of scary things for kids. As i was growing up right. I was big into goosebumps. We goosebumps generation Eventually i'd around. To the point where i wanted to read actual horror novels and of course that was stephen king. That was that was who Occupied that space in the cultural imaginary. I think to a large extent still does but So i was like well. I guess i want to read. Stephen king and my mom was like. Oh i think you'd like thinner. And so i read that and had a lot of questions but i kept reading and then i ended up reading. Basically everything stephen king wrote up through about two thousand eight when i sort of fell off the wagon And i enjoyed a lot of it. I'll say i've got goosebumps generation tattooed on my great Yeah that's the part of my life. That i don't really reveal cast very often but Yeah exact same story basically I read. I read scary stories to tell them the dark. You know that kind of thing. We can goosebumps goosebumps I'm sure every. I i better read some horror fantasy kind of stuff too but but yeah you know in the universe of horror stuff in the big popular press especially where i lead which is like a rural area could really go to a bookstore. I would have to travel very far to go to a bookstore to like peruse all the horror we had a local used bookstore. But it didn't. I don't think even had horror section to just had like a fantasy Fiction kind of thing that horror was in and those dominated by stephen king My family had books stephen king. My mom realized stephen king as well and So yeah. I think the first one in my library my school library like every stephen king as say my yeah the also from. I'm from rural indiana. My mom had a ton of stephen king books up in our our attic But then the ones that she didn't have were almost assuredly on the shelf of our our local library which i could walk to during the summers. And that's what i would do. I would read like one steven king book every two days. Yeah yeah. I mean that's basically how to so like i. I probably started reading. What however you are in middle school. I would say I would say that's probably in the sixth grade i read. I read it in the sixth grade. I know for a fact. I remember where i was reading. It like where. I was sitting I remember reading hearts in atlantis in sixth grade. And my teacher concerned for me reading that book But yeah so. Yeah very very very very similar story a but but my first book was not thinner. It was Fire starter which. I am excited to get you because i think that it is it's book. I've not reread as far as i can remember. I read it. Like you know the my first steven king book and i probably read it more than one time at that time and i've never read it again but It's a book that is like the ultra condensed king for me last. Like all the weird stuff up. Stephen king in it all the kind of gross stuff and not like gross in the horror sense. But stephen king's just does not have his finger on the pulse of society stuff So i'm excited to get to that but it's going to be six months or so before we get there but yeah that's it i i kept up to it kept up with it in a similar way. I probably read everything up to the release of The dark chow. Our seven i would say and then i've read spotty step since then so i read like a couple of the short story collections. I would like duma key red revival. You know like a few of those. I would say i'm probably fifty fifty after two thousand five or something. Well it's interesting that you bring fire starter is being the condensed king Because i would actually say. I mean i. I'm going to agree with you. I think i. I remember things about fire-starter that make it more. Stephen king a carey is surprisingly stephen king. But the whole the whole stephen king deal right he In this little old first book based like everything that is really cool about him as a writer. Everything that you'll love when it when it shows up and you're like yeah. It's the stephen king thing and also the things that are not so great also show up here. It's it's a real interesting Look at how he he doesn't a rightfully formed. He does develop but like everything you need to make. A stephen king is already here. Yeah it is a if. You've never had a stephen king novel before this is a good one to start with Because it's a stone cold bang from top to bottom like i. I was shocked. You know you just set him indigo that when you were a kid you would read the stephen king novel in two days and i read this over the of two days I started it. And i was like you know a few pages of this thing and i'll kind of knock it out here here to go and you and i are supposed to record like next week just to to give me enough time to read the book and i like blue threw him over the course of of of a couple of days because once you get started it really. I mean it's page turner. The guy knows how to get you. Invested in what is happening. And there's all kinds of like stephen king formal stuff. I think we'll talk about doing that but But before we get into the kind of close discussion of of kerry what happens in this book. Michael i mean. What's what's big banner. Summary of of the novel. Well it is time for the five sentence summary where we were going to summarize this book from beginning to end in five sentences and since i was the one who came up with this i will shoulder the burden this time grasso and it should be girlies because kerry is not the ones that's over thousand pages. Long carey is the story of carrie. White a teenage outcast in one thousand nine hundred seventies main She turns out to be tele kinetic she comes from a context of where she has been abused not only by her peers but by her own mother her entire life and she is kind of a simmering little pot of rage meanwhile there are machinations happening among her classmates to get her into prom Some for good reasons. And then there was also a kind of counter-plots to embarrass her horribly. At prom and win. This happens a she ends up. unleashing her telekinesis powers on the entire town in lake. Kills four hundred people in blows a bunch of stuff up. that's it. That's what happens in the novel. Closer on this thing right. Good at the only i but but yeah i mean yeah that is a. There's a is going to be a whole lot harder when we get to the stanton but yeah i think that's an accurate summary of the book and what is interesting about it or about the w- how that plays out is how the story is told I think this gets called. I was reading a little bit about it gets called in a pistol. Larry novel Quite often and i want to know what you thought about that. Michael because the word epistolary right usually gets gets vote in books that are written as letters. Write a pixels quite quite literally In the kind of historical context of that Or of a perspective shifting back and forth between one or more parties. That's kinda what's happening here and that's kind of not not what's happening here right. I mean what what do you think about the way that this book is. Yeah no so. It's fascinating that it gets called an epistolary novel as you say at this leary. Novels are novels that take place as letters like letters being written back and forth by parties but while carey has said of this there are some legitimate actual letters documents and things that that show up as texts. There are parts of this novel. That are Just straightforward prose right third person descriptions of events that are happening in real time So it's actually this weird combination of like regular novel listrik discourse and the epistolary novel In some of the reason for this is that I know like heading. Read all of these stephen king things and read biographies and so on and so forth This started as a short story as straightforward short story and as king was working on it It got kind of longer and longer there is more to it And he at some point tried to throw it away his wife. Tabitha of who i think will be kind of recurring character in our commentary because she of course shows up in stephen king's life to support an she's got her own books and She fishes these manuscript pages out of the trash reads them over. Thinks they're pretty good and tells king like you you could have something here and so kind of her her urging. He writes this novel or well. He tries to write it. It becomes novella which is a shorter version of a novel. And even harder to sell at the at this point king has written. I think like four or five novels actually Which get released as the bachman books later But he's had no luck But he's he's working with this carry manuscript and he realizes away to sort of it out is to start adding Like excerpts from newspapers that were published after the events of the novel and so chronologically. The story is told out of order in this really interesting way. We start with kind of a third person. Well actually i think we start with A newspaper clipping. Then we move into kind of actual narration So we know in in the narrative of the novel in the pros Kind of these characters. What their lives are like before the event and then we're constantly getting snippets from books published after the thatched talking about this horrible tragedy. That happened right. The the white incident or the kyrie white girl In what she did and how the government has responded and how many people died So right off the bat of course like the novel is doing. Its cure dramatic irony right. You know something is going to go down like this novel is like a watch or a timer. Ticking down to an event and so right off the bat your folks in in that way Would you agree. yes absolutely. There's this thing stephen king does and we're gonna talk about a whole lot more really gonna talk about in the next novel. Salem slot is the next snow. Yeah okay We're going to talk about it a lot when we talk about that book but stephen king has this way of writing where he kind of zooms in a now right. So we'll get intensely vocalized white and literary study we call focuses. -ation right where where you're the narrator and what we know is bound up in the perspective of a character and then do we that will kind of bounce around from character to character and then sometimes that gets really broad so in salem slot and in it for example. I'm just thinking of indian the stand to Stephen king will do this thing where he will give you the perspective of almost the world or a city right where you're seeing all these different pieces of the thing at one time and It's it's pretty unique to him and not a lot of other people right in that way. Know other people have the confidence. I think to write in that way And so are seeing this kind of pro version of that in carried by moving around from these different things so we Some of the excerpts that we see some of them are newspaper clippings like you say but some of them were like like popular press books. You know like imagine you would like a true crime or a true crime book. A nonfiction book. They're like those. But for the kerry white incident the happen in so it's not even just like different perspectives on its its investigative reporting. It's people with like certain ideologies and certain beliefs. They want us to know that. T k or telekinesis is real and so these are almost like conspiracy theory books that you're reading about it to some some extent we get a lot of what's called the white commission which is like a state commission that is created in order to figure out what happened and so it is after the fact interviews with people who survived. And so it's not like you said it's all dramatic irony but it's dramatic irony from very particular perspectives And it's clear that like all these people have different things they want you to believe and so part of the work of reading. The novel is trying to figure out. Like gosh i know something is happening is going to happen but i have no idea what it could be because all of these people have different opinions and perspectives on it. So it's this really. I mean it really does have this kind of page turner Effect to it of like a like you know from what's happening in the book that something bad's going to happen and if you have any awareness of carry as a phenomenon. The brian depalma film the remakes. That have happened all that kind of stuff. Just stephen king in general in the culture. You know kind of what's going to happen with kerry but i'll be honest right. Read the book before. I've seen the films i aware of as a plotline. I still was page turning to see what happened next. I think that's a really kind of special way of of approaching the thing One additional thing it. It's very much like not a standard novelist kind of move. I mean this is something. This kind of Novel that's put together in this way is something right. Out of literary modernism modernists in of the nineteen twenties and eighteen thirties. I mean john dos. Passos broke the novel by doing this. Exact kind of thing and stephen king is bringing it all back into near perspective. So i think from the perspective of craft here and like perspective of getting you engage like the dude went out into the art world and got all the tools of it and was like i'm going to put these back in service of giving you to reach while s horror novels right and so just a couple of things about you. Know the the dramatic irony here or like the the way the the way that this novel works is is weirdly not at all dependent on the fact that you know what happens at like you know i know. Carry is tele- connecticut. On the on the second page the narrator tells you right it goes through it talks about. Nobody was really surprised when it happened. Not really not. At the subconscious level were savage. Things grow on the surface. All the girls in the shower room were shocked etc etc etc. That's the really like wide perspective right. The the narrator isn't assuming a particular character it's like the social voice and then at the end of that section Which is of course describing. The opening scene of the novel were curious harassed and made fun of for for Having her first period in in the shower after gym class The that section ends with what none of them knew of course was that kyrie white was tele kinetic rangers fan second page and with a in within a couple of pages. You know that something happened on prom night right. It gets mentioned that whatever happened. it was prom night So this entire book you know what's ticking down but it's kind of the particularities of in the particularities of the perspectives of that make this event that really is what draws you forward a really brief aside. Did you know cameron Speaking of Techniques and and Literature david foster wallace taught this book in his intro to literature classes at makes right i. Yeah if i were teaching an internal let class. I don't know if i teach this book. But i you know i probably teach shining But yeah that makes a lot of sense to me. I mean it's a it's a. I you described it to me When we were chatting another day. I think you said you know like a very tight mechanism And yeah the thing goes you know you wanna talk about some like big big points in the novel here Jimmy d like through throughout the whole thing. yeah so i mean just right up front one of the things that should be said. Is that The the primary anxiety of this book is gender and varies specifically Like feminine adolescence and sort of like the the idea of the teenage like the adolescent girl as a a an engine of rage. Right lake of boiling emotion but It is not so if you if you were to read this book within the first maybe like twenty pages a you would think that this book hates carry just as much as all of the characters in the book hate carry Because in like for instance that opening scene which is hugely humiliating for her nevertheless the oth- real voice describes her as like a toad and bovine There is an inordinate amount of attention. Paid to women's bodies And one of the things i was describing this to my partner And a her response was like you know the sort of sense that you get is like one of the one of the primary criminal things that carry is guilty of here at the beginning of this book is that she just like The the narrator doesn't wanna have sex with her right. The depersonalize near reader voice like just find her totally unattractive But one of the other weird things about this novel. And i think this is a this is a very particular king thing as well By the end carries hugely sympathetic. There's a move that the novel makes where at the beginning of when she is sort of just this character in in high school. You see her. In the way that the high schoolers see her and then she goes home and we get her mom her religious fanatic fundamentalist mother And you start getting a sense of like why does carry like how does why does carry live in the way that she does right. Why is she the person that she is. It turns out she has had a horrible horrible life underneath this woman who is just like irredeemably off her rocker in terms of Religion right. yeah. I mean this is a Stephen king stock character It it's a that's something. I think it's important going forward. We're gonna talk about you know the kind of stealing stock characters as we go along but incredibly the religious white woman A particularly not just religious but like fundamentalist evangelical This is a character. We're going to see a million times some of the greatest performances in cinema history have been women and these are largely women in the in These novels to but some of the great cinema performance with we've seen i've been stephen king films in which women get tim. Body this role. Who's a like a chew on You know that very the the the character in the mist who who's to Is is a big one but right you get the sense Kind of immediately here. And i think we'll get the sense over all stephen king smokes doesn't really care much for evangelical christianity And is very much responding to like the the post Nineteen seventies. I guess Kind of Expansion of the religious right wing yet in the united states. Eventually that leads all the way to like dick cheney basically being a villain in under the dome right in like in manipulating kind of religious people in that way but but yes i mean. She's just she's abusive She is locking carry in the closet. She's beating her It's this totalitarian household. And you get the sense that her father was the same way before he died In india i mean the i one hundred percents agree with this kind of move that you're making between a scene kerry as she seen and then a seeing kerry or having some interior already on carry and how she feels Because i think the key that carry is you know I think it's very easy to have empathy for kerry toward the end of the book And i think that's actually why this book works. So well why when she murders everyone in her high school With like you know a problem. It's like objectively like it's not a great thing to do No that's that's The just king things stance on the issue it's bad don't yet But but you one hundred percent see how you get there like like stephen king gives a so much interior already on both the people who are torturing her the way that they see her the kind of explicit torture that she receives at home and then her response to it She there's a line somewhere. Yeah she this is kind of in the middle of the book and she is kind of being acceptable. Bit more by is it. Soo yasukazu as roma's girlfriend. So we'll talk about them in just a second. But she's she's kind of being on the receiving end of like some niceness from her teacher from this woman soothes girl sue Tommy her boyfriend all this kind of stuff and she's talking to her mother about trying to go to prom and she says i want to try to be a whole person And basically she saying you know. I've been religiously sheltered in part of why carry gets bored and you know she's bullied. She's abused by her. Her classmates part of the reason for that is that kerry is going to school and just kind of repeating a lotta the religious fanaticism. And there's some kind of commentary here on stephen king that like the culture is moving away from them and so carry as out of step and out of sync with the world and anyone who has gone to to school in any capacity. You can tell you if you're out of sync with the world in that kind of way That that is going to create boy right. It's not carries fault in any way but that is the kind of friction that appears in that situation and so carry as now as a teenager as as a young adult is realizing that she is part of a process That that brutalizing and she can move away from it. She can kind of make choices in her life in order to get along better basically and she wants to do that. And the fact that the whole novel is built around people nod allowing kerry to change her life. I mean it's it's really affecting i. There are some like truly tragic and classically sad moments in the bone. Yeah no there is a said. There's a kind of one way that i think about The characters in the novels. It's almost like a little cosmology. Because they all have these very different orbits there's lake carey and her mother and i'm just some lake additional context for the mom one of the reasons of margaret Margaret white so Weird is we we. We can divine fairly early on that. This telekinesis thing that kerry has begun to display now that she's begun menstruating Like margaret sees that and. It's like the devil's work right like that's one of the way. It's not just lake fundamentalists believe this rate. It is specifically margaret white. Somewhere in her family. Lineage has this recruit like she has memories of her grandmother Doing weird things like making things move. And like scaring people And she sees it as an his starting the firefly's yes right which is going to come back like in several novels. But yeah he's able to summon up fire from nothing right so Like not only is margaret white. This this this religious fanatic. But she has like her religious fanaticism means. She is understanding and responding to This development of tk in particular frame. Because the other thing. That's interesting about this novel. It is it is a science fiction novel right. It is published in nineteen seventy four but it takes place in nineteen seventy nine and we get like some science fiction gobbledygook were the narrator is. There's a bit we're Carey is like testing out her telekinesis because part of the early novel sort of her like doing more and more of it and sort of getting stronger. She's she's strength training essentially And the narrator talks about like what her brainwaves are doing and how it's changing her heart rate in her body temperature and all this stuff So there's that right And then there is a sort of the town around them chamberlain main Primarily we get into that through the other high school students As they're there to kind of primary other characters here one is sue snell. Who is a girl who takes part in the bullying of carry at the beginning and then feels bad There's chris harbinson who is kind of she's another kind of stock character She is the popular spoiled rich girl from high school. Who just hates carry so much. Because of chris is very popular in carriers. Not right there. They're antiseptic in way. It's that kind of kind of idea. Your and chris's her. Entire universes built on boeing care. Yes right you know. And and making sure that there is someone there to bullying and so She she needs her. she's a she's a real Kelly capacity in my in my mind even though that these things even though this book pre dates that television show by fifteen years in my mind like the these figures are inextricable from one another. So those are those are kind of i think. The principal characters really Is anyone that. I'm leaving out that you can think of one is just i mean. This is the kind of brilliant to stephen king. Ride is like their whole lot more characters and a whole lot more characters. That have pov right. But i don't know if i would ever say that they are You know crucial or key characters but you give us like interesting perspective so for example we get several. Pov sections from a point of view. Right so we get. We get narration or concept or speech or whatever from the point of view of the scared. Pov Of miss day harden. Who is the her teacher and We get some from the principal who is being sued or or whatever We get some from The Like the drunk who's goin- even though that's in The the what you call the white commission report. So we get all of this other stuff to show and Chris's evil yes. I'm sure we're going to talk about extensively in just a second But so we get you know big chunks five ten pages from each of these characters but like you're saying they're not really principal characters not really kind of prime movers or anything like that. And when we get to salem slot the next book like stephen king takes this inputs into overdrive. I mean that that novels got what forty characters like that. Yeah and they all kind of matter in their own little piece but very quickly under recede in into the the whole feel the novel and this is the thing that stephen king is very good at right is just sort of like creating a little town in the. Just populating it with people who feel like they should be. They're like you go into this. Like yeah there's going to be a drunk who Like lives in the because it's nine hundred seventy nine or whenever there is a drunk who lives in the apartment above the bar rate Or like the fact that the the high school principal likes to think of himself as like john wayne right when he wants to feel strong. That's who he imagines himself as we get that little bit of interior already with him We also get like other named characters who never inhabited point of view right. There are two named characters who are kids who like are going to meet the principal because they cut class but like everyone knows who they are. Everyone knows them right. That's how they're talked about. It's like oh yeah those two would be the ones who who cut class He had it. And i think i think that's a unique feature of stephen king's work is that he is very expository writer right like we get a lot of information just kind of spit out from the mouths of people or from the you know third person narrator whatever across his burks i mean we just get info. He's huge on telling you about the thing but more often than not the texture of that Exposition is people So we understand the world through so so if we have some sort of. Pov section people are more often than not going to talk about what another person did or. That's old mr macanese farm. Or what am i. And we never see that. It doesn't matter but Landmarks important of vincent time Important actions all of those passed through people in stephen king's universe They don't you know. Kind of emanate from nothing. And so so. I in in the way that maybe like i don't know say Gosh like dragons of autumn twilight. Tracy hickman the way that those people right like talk about the geology of the world might as like a a prime motivator thing like events happening from nothing. There's none of that stephen king. It's all passing through human beings An end things get messy that way And he loves a loves that mess. He loves like human mass right well in the so Touching on sort of the way that. This novel generates empathy rate. So we already talked about how it starts out with. Kerry kerry is not treated well by the by the authorities voice at the beginning. And in fact there's like this little bit where she Uses her like. She's walking home from school after this first bullying. We're not the first bullying but like the one that opens the novel in the in the girls locker room. She is walking down the street and like a little like little snot nosed kid on a bike like makes fun of her right. This is how much everyone hates carey. Is that even like the eight year. Old boy on the bike is going to make fun of her. And then she pushes him off with her mind With in like in just like a very mean little way right is presented very mean lay. And then she comes home and then you meet her mom and your entire relationship to carry changes and even with the mom like the more you learn about margaret. You don't necessarily become very sympathetic to her. But you understand what produced her which is kind of this Combination of Like religion and just the absolute terror of the things in her life How those sort of like work together. So we've earned talked about kris harkinson. The mean girl. And this is the girl who You know orchestrates the plot on the very famous plot To poor pig's blood on kerry at prom after she has been elected prom queen Which of course is like this. Big symbolic com callback to the incident. The opens the novel carry menstruating and all the other girls like laughing at her in throwing sanitary napkins and things like that. I have never put that together. Oh yeah like not even once in my life. I've thought about the fact that obviously these things related we you learn something every day right well so that happens right and we get sue snell kind of like the good popular girl we get kind of her interior already Which is her. Realizing the horrors of conformity. We we get along kind of digression from her porn at point of view where she's thinking about her boyfriend Tommy and how like you know basically. She's she realizes. Like oh. I'm probably going to marry this guy and what's my life. Look like from this point forward and she sees herself like marrying him and moving into a subdivision and this is weird. I'm sure you noticed this Like this the inward gets dropped very casually as she imagines Fighting against like a bussing in the school system Which is just something to know. It's it's very weird. That lake Sue is imagining what her adult life is going to be like. And she's like well. I guess i'm just going to be racist. Yeah i mean there. There is a especially in the first half of this novel. A real both criticism and like generic criticism but but a visceral kind of hatred of white suburban america. May you know what i mean like. That's on page on page fifty six. It says quote Talking about talking about sue quote. There was a couple like them in every white suburban high school in america Yeah yeah so. Sue s she realizes like she sees herself conforming to this bullying of and she realizes oh crap like this is not who i want to be and yet i have set myself up with this very predictable Conforming lifestyle and so kind of to make amends. She gets her boyfriend to ask. Carrie to prom right she thinks. Wouldn't it be nice if kerry could have a night where she felt like she was being included. So that's how we kind of get our sympathy for sue. Now chris the popular girl She is very very unsympathetic up until we meet her evil boyfriend. So we get a kind of carry mom situation where They're placed in like a character who don't like is then placed in relationship to another character who even worse who than makes us like the other character more Way we another various. Stephen king move yes so we end up feeling very very worried for chris because her boyfriend. Who's this guy named. Billy is that right. Elbow are named like billy and tommy and jeffey. I figured this billy yeah. So it's billy is yet billy yesterday's chris's boyfriend. Tommy is sues so billy Who is on the one hand Evil right he is like maybe the purest embodiment of sort of unambivilant. Like just alice in the book And this is another stephen king stock character. The evil greasier. Stephen king will continue to produce this character up until now. It's so weird. Because when i remember i reading this book and not really thinking anything of it because i was teen or young teen or whatever. So it's nineteen seventy nine sure there were researchers in nineteen seventy nine I don't yeah. I don't but yeah like this is a character we're gonna You know the road. Virus heads nordheim. I think of it as a classic. Ace merrill from the body yes absolutely. Oh god kiefer sutherland. Yes If if we if. I've done this several times episode already. I make references to other stephen king things. Don't feel like you gotta go research and don't feel like you're missing anything out. These are just Easter eggs for people who have already read those books or win we go and read those books and when presumably you those books you'll be like. Oh yeah that's the connection. And i promise you i will have forgotten by that point that i said that here so you'll probably get to hear it two times but but yeah this is. This is a character There's a whole class of character. In stephen king novels that just have a pack of cigarettes rolled up in their sleep your mic. That's the sign that someone is not a good person and and they are in the this fully loaded and i'm saying that in a very low your way they're dumb They're they're not smart people And that is a huge part of think of stephen king is that evil people are dumb and if they were smarter they wouldn't be as evil right so chris wants to get revenge on kerry because because of the bullying incident the gym teacher reports. Every all the girls to the school principal end. They have to take detention or they don't get to go to prom. Chris refuses to go to detention therefore she does not to get to go to prom and her sort of response to this is like will. I need to like pull some sort of prank on kerry right. I just need to like rub salt in the wound and then she turns to her boyfriend who she is dating because her dad hates him right because her boyfriend. This guy he he drives like this crappy hot rod. That's like falling to pieces the floors rusting through. There's like the the i detail you get about. It actually is just so funny. I think it's like there's a pink for a thing on the steering wheel. It's got one headlight. But but but notice this right. We can remember all these things about a car that that describes character right. This is a stephen king thing right. The trains of property of tommy or not coming luke. Billy is his car is his character right So on the one hand this car is supposed to be like this embodiment of of his his evil of his just his malice rate and he's he's like very poor working class and his dad beat him when he was a kid He goes out at night and Like runs over dogs when he gets upset and a. Chris wants to pull this prank. She she pulls billy in billy through sort of like strength of personality Arena like the strength of his evil. Or whatever just sort of take over rate he. He settles in because she At one like late in the novel like during prom night. He's explaining to her like you know. Listen this isn't just a prank. This is a salt and if you run or if you get caught like if you run right i'm not gonna come find you if you get caught and you like squeal on me i will kill you yeah right. He's just like totally ruthless in that way very much like an escalation of in the point right of the whole thing is that this is a prank. That is above and beyond like pranking. This this is something that is a a curious trying to get hurt life on the track that she would like it to be and this is this is affectively murdering carry. I mean as far as like the way that the plot moves. And so stephen king knows that into the book style. Stephen king knows that this is murdering carey. And so treats it the whole time as if it is murdering carey and so it becomes this kind of thing where it is both at the same time a high school prank and an extremely awful thing that you can do to someone else And the novel treats it that way with this kind of like bipolar kind of a relationship. The Yeah i in billy. Just just being objectively evil Or i mean what do you what do you think of the strategy that you just brought up. I mean you said this. Little while ago But i wanna. I wanna bring it back and focus. Where's the second right. The idea of like you take a character who we we are biased against a little bed and you put him up against someone more evil and then they become more sympathetic. Do you think that happens with. Chris and billy In the sense. That like you understand that chris is at risk. Does that make sense right. So during those awful stuff happens to her as well. During the novel. I mean she's she's assaulted eaten ranked well. There's truly bad like the one of the things that Is mentioned fairly early on is like she started sleeping with billy because she was fairly certain that if she didn't he was going to rape her in india right yep and a it's it's like it's very interesting. I what i think about the strategy over all other than like the the limits become immediately apparent ray. Because we've already talked about how good king can be when he steps into the high school principal's mind and gives him just like that little thing. He needs to be a person the fact that he thinks of himself as john wayne even though he looks nothing like an axe nothing like john wayne It becomes a choice for the writer to not give that to a person and we actually get a little bit with billy where it talks about his comb. His really gross greasy comb that he uses to comb hair that his dad gave to him. But because it's like his dad beat him gave him this comb in his sort of. It's this is another stephen king thing rate. That lake If you if you grow up knowing only violence than you will grow up to do only violence. Yeah i mean he he. Absolutely there is a Education kind of. I was talking about earlier around like people who were done being evil in stephen king months right like there is a moral equivalence of like what your social context is wholly defines any capability. You have read. Serve you in a stephen king book. Ninety percent of the time. Unless you're the protagonist of the novel if you were beaten growing up you're going to grow up to be evil If you were uneducated. You're gonna do bad stuff like that. It's just kind of like this. The the moral pro distribution of stephen king's universe which is really interesting. I in context what i said earlier about like his Critique of white suburban nece because Stephen king loves the values of the post nineteen fifties white suburb But like hates the aesthetics of it. Yes he's nominally. Anti-racist i mean i don't know if he's entirely successful at that. We're going to talk about that. A lot over the course of of this podcast but but he at least sees himself to be as anti-racist he sees himself as being able to competently right women as characters He sees himself as a kind of new deal. Democrat in a broad sense right so he believes in economic justice in some form or capacity Believes in the american dream in ways to like that a believes in education strongly. You know like these are characters. His his heroes are overwhelmingly educated in a general sense Loves to talk about writers as a thing. You know obvious obvious doing inserts right sorts all these values of like of Educational moral economic uplift But then the negative of all those things is always the villain rate radio. So that means we go back to the well and often those the put into the form of evangelical right-wingers or just right wingers in general but it does mean that they're creates this like i'm saying this kind of moral universe in which like if you didn't go to college you you have a good chance of being evil right and you know if you're a woman you have a good chance of not being morally complex. This is do not do this. No one do this. Imagine like the stephen king thing extrapolated out into like a deity style universe. Yes yeah. I mean it very. It's like degreaser class yet. Right like negative intelligence plus through the constitution like one hundred percent. Yeah yeah no. It's a. It's as i said at the beginning right that this book has everything that was really good about stephen king. Also i think a good number of the things that are sort of his weak points This is what i meant right week. We get the good and the bad very much mixed together in this narrative logical sort of fiction making Outlook that that were describing Is is clearly just. It deals in exaggeration right. That sort of one of the key things Eat like the way the fact that when we start and were in the girls locker room It feels very cinematic right. 'cause we get all of these little bits of Conversations that these girls are having amongst themselves right. My sister said this and thus in going here and then to the and you can. You can imagine the camera like sweeping through the room like passing each conversation. You get a little bit of it. And then you stop on kerry This this is very good in a writer. Lee sense in that it's kind of like rapid and it gives you a strong sense of place in character But it also means you deal in a hand that is more often than not going to dehumanize people In that sort of like what goes on with his entire like description of how gross carry carries body is at the very beginning. And it's the same thing that happens with margaret white being this caricature of a person and so on and so forth but it makes it more at t touch on what i said earlier. You choose to sand those edges off right and it makes it clearer like where the author has chosen to sand off the edges. Where they haven't yes one hundred percent Especially when the ceiling is so high You know when he's not getting your the ceiling so so carrying First half of the book is prom. second half the book is is palm prominent in the afterward talking about the pre prom pretty wells or anything running around in your head. You wanted to say about any of that. No i think we're basically covered And then prom is like. It's like literally splits in two halves prom and then prom night itself Imprompt itself is but made event. The thing that everyone is here for and it delivers in spades yet it it starts with a A what you call well. I guess there's a little bit earlier. But it kind of comes to fruition here. Tommy picks up kerry from her house. Note that kind of thing the way that scene is written when she's waiting for him and thinks he's not gonna come 'cause she thinks you know. A prank is being pulled on over on her break as being pulled over on her. And i think that's right but She thinks she's being pranked That is some of the best writing. Stephen king has ever done. Yes no so. This is to touch again on the discussion. Having with my partner this is the precise moment after. I read the beginning of the book and be disgusted right back to the locker room scene. I then went to the scene. And i was like. Here's how is treated by the you know. Middle of the novel like so tender so close to her to her mind and her fears and her anxiety. And you know the the the tommy shows up. And he pins her his corsage on her and everything and he says you know you look beautiful and then the narrative voice says she was. Yeah right. yeah which you can call that corny but like it is this moment of validation for this character who has received nine there. There's like this double thing happening here right or one. It's like a like nineteen ninety s. She's taken off her glasses and she's hot now. You know that kind of thing that's going on. And she does her own dress right and all this kind of stuff but then this is on one fifty seven a king rights. She felt actually physically miserable life. To a point that might be an end or the beginning of a widening beam And like that. That is Stephen king doesn't get better than that like that. The the full encapsulation of her as as a character like the whole thing crammed into like a sentence fragment basically and in you get all these tinder moments right Like you're just talking about that. That scene you all of that. In the knits immediately blown to shit. I'm literally exploded Yeah but by the prompting. Yeah so this in one way of thinking about this novel is that it's just an e. c horror comic writ large. yeah right because ec horror comics If you're not familiar with these are the comics that give rise to tales from the crypt Which becomes an hbo series in the ninety s And i think that's how most people encounter it but these are Comics that king was reading when he was very small and Clearly had a lot of impact on his development But those stories usually work is there. There's extensively immoral component to them right. A character like an your typical tales from the crypt or sc horror. Comic is going to give you a situation. Where here's some characters. Some are good. Some are bad The bad character say is going to kill a good character In order to get something that they want and then this is going to have horrible consequences when zombie shows up or some sort of monster shows up or whatever but the actual lake moment of death is going to be lovingly Pondered over right. That's that's the end of the comic is when you see the corpse of the of the evil doer dismembered in lying on the floor. Right like that's the big gross like it is simultaneously Like supposedly like the moral consequence right. This is this the the moral of the story but the delight that you the reader taken it is really like the grossness of it of being able to see this stuff Sort of splattered out with the pretense of it being kind of like morally Solitary for you in some ways In this novel follows that pattern. Where by the end of it by the time. Prom night happens We are just we are seeing kerry and it's like quite explicitly like her understanding of what she is doing. We are seeing kerry destroyed the thing that has spent her entire life hurting her. which is the world. Yeah yes she she they. This is also like beautifully done to right. so everyone is voting chris. has gotten everyone to vote for carrying tommy for prom king queen. They get up on stage. You must see sorry. I think i think sue gone to vote why i thought it because because then otherwise how would you. How would you be able to make sure they were on stage. I thought it was one of those things. Were like Sue was going to do it. And chris new sue was going to do it And therefore set this up. Or i i do not know the well I mean it happens in some way right yet but this is also the funny thing to right. We can talk about like all like cool aesthetic parts of this book and this is important plot point. We just don't have clarity on. And that's kind of stephen king do be like i don't know i you know it anyway. They do it. And it's written this really great way where everyone votes. And then there's a tie between another couple and then carrie and tommy And then there's a revote there's a runoff in carry. No something bad is going to happen. She tells tommy. Don't vote for us. Do not vote for us and he does it anyway and they win by one. vote you know so like oh disaster. It's so good so well done of like disastrous diverted and then you know tragedies coming by they up on stage Chris come she pulls the bucket. The the blood comes down gets all over. Carry gets all over tommy. The bucket falls clocks. Tommy in the head and kills him. Yeah and we get this beautiful. This is also very keen gin of pages about the end of his life He's conked on the head. He falls down tells us a little bit about the context. And then we get this great line where it's like by the time that the building caught fire. Tommy was already dead or something like that. Yes great stuff but yeah so so carry gets doused blood runs outside and then kind of comes back and locks all the doors And then Sets off the sprinklers and then seized power lines and then Breaks power lines and the makes everyone in the thing get electrocuted in that causes of fire. It's the band's equipment right. The band is playing prom night. Yeah it's a really e- lake cool moment. I mean there's there's a reason this win win. The diploma film comes around. There's a reason that this becomes like the iconic scene because it is iconic. It's just like such a such a stark image of the prom. King and queen on the stage promise happening normally and been the blood falls and all like all of these sort of things that are deeply embedded in the american psyche. About like prom in prom king and prom queen and so on and so forth Yet like just run through the wringer here and then we get to watch the entire prom burned down in the town around the prom burns down however there is an extremely strange moment During this we jump out of the present narration rate the the the the narrator telling us what is happening for real and we move into one of these epistolary sections where one of the survivors of the prom is talking about what it was like. Seeing this happen rights we move out of the general into a specific person responding to this And she describes things as you would expect but the thing that really jumped out at me. the thing. That was very very strange. Is that this woman. Her name is like one of the classmates who was like. Norma i think In this is a book that extensively she writes later on. I think in like the eighties. That's kind of her memoir of the night She talks about how when she was a kid. She had a children's book that was based on the Very racist disney film song of the south right the the the disney movie sort of famously. So racist that disney has lake obliterated at from from like the cultural landscape or trying to write. They won't release it and so on and so forth This this character. Norma With looks at carey splattered in that blood and we know this from the diploma film right. This is that shot of her. Like standing there in blood in her eyes open and The this character describes Carey as the tar baby from the song of the south which is like again a very racist of sorta collection of stories that come out of the minstrel tradition Where people would have like white people like white. Performers would have dawned black face in order to Impersonate black people in all of these horrible horrible stereotypes about them And that's just like this very weird moment of like the worst thing about kerry here right. The thing that inspires terror is that she gets kind of like pseudo racialized yeah Yeah in her moment of of killing all of these suburban white kids. she is raced as black. I mean that's the equivalent to being made here. She also i wouldn't look this backup this morning because we were talking about it. The other day. a few pages later She gets called the quote like an indian dressed in warpaint too so she has racialized in a general sense of just is raised. She has just made non white by the book. And then by the end of this sequence by the end of the sequence of. She's like a telekinesis saying the The the wires around and they are described as rising cobras from the basket of an indian fakir. Right three things in a row of at this moment. racial is carrie. And i just think it's important to sort of like mark that out especially as someone who writes horror fiction who has read a lot of it In has like very strong thoughts and feelings about the genre. American horror very often operates from a white perspective and the object of horror is in many ways going to at some point. Get racialized or it's going to butt up against some sort of racial undercurrent and here we see that like straight up so Yeah promised toast and chamberlain follow soon. Thereafter carry goes alek. Everyone's getting electrocuted. Everyone's dying and you know getting burned up The people in the town know that something is up because they're seeing the explosions And carry goes home she. She starts sort of her journey. She wiped walks home and as she walks She is unscrewing. All of the caps on the the fire hydrants And she walks past gas stations in starts lake. She breaks the remains in so Gas pumping out into the street and she's bringing down power lines and everything is going to help people. We get a little lake. excerpts from interviews from the white commission Where people who were just at home this night right like what did this look like for them. And what was it like. When people started going out onto the streets in the power lines started coming down In just sort of the total chaos of this whole thing And it's this grand gesture of obliteration of that is like carries a like carries will and this is. This is the thing that did not remember about this book. That i think is really cool. Everyone knows it like carries psychic powers are operating a like on all cylinders. Now right like they are punches so fast that people are hearing her thoughts and they're hearing this if they're dislike their own thoughts. We get that an interview with the drunk. For instance is like the the the government official or whatever interviewing the sky. And he asks you know You looked out the window. And what did you see. He's like well. I saw the white girl walking down the street. You know rubbing her hands on her on her dress and she was thinking about how there was so much blood and she was going to pour blood over all of them and they deserved it. And then the interviewers like how did you know this and the guys just like. I just knew it. Yeah because she's broadcasting. The well then carry goes home And murders her mother. Yes her mother has been waiting to murder her What that's worth like this. The second carry left the house to go to prom margaret Leaves her little prayer cubby And goes to the kitchen and gets the butcher knife as she. Sharpening it This this feels like a very stephen king thing to write as margaret is sharpening the butcher knife she slices her own hand and then instead of being like oh crap i just sliced my own palm. She's like good good blood on the blade. Yes this is absolutely all stephen king's villain characters. Well not all. The vast majority hit a point in the novel where they have to become not just evil but cartoonish lee evil and yeah they start doing things like that or you know cutting themselves on purpose or you know I mean there is a like deeply or horrendous things that that characters due to themselves and other people in the in the fit of a stephen king doesn't know how to into novel moment but but that doesn't really happen here because carried does that kills her mother get stabbed brutally in the in the shoulder and then makes her way to kill chris End billy and this is a stephen king thing too. Good god so so a couple of. I don't know which part about your reaction not about what happens which is truly awful. Okay this is security goes home. She stops her mother's heart with remind bam mom's yet one of the things that has bothered Like one of one of margaret weitz bugbears is road houses race. She's always going on about the road. Houses where like the sinful music is going on which these are things that i i assume still exist but feel like so incredibly. Dated the idea. Of a roadhouse which of course is a lake sort of country bar of where maybe lots of unsavory characters are going to show up them. There's gonna be a lot of dancing and so on and so forth. Apparently her parents like owned one. Patrick patrick swayze cleaned it up. Yeah yeah say. after patrick. swayze cleaned up. A the roadhouse all all road has got it got substantially better but anyway so this is the thing that lake one of one of the things margaret white obsesses over it turns out. There's one lake a short walk from her backyard across the state or something. Well that's why so. This is the weird thing is is both a short walk and it's like six miles as the crow flies. So is this kind of movie magic moment. Where on one hand. It's pretty far away building in their hand. Not really right so and so The other thing we need to know about. This roadhouse is that chris harbinson and her Awful awful boyfriend. Billy go there to have sex. That's where they hang out. That's where billy hangs out and this is also we're kind of the The moral superstructure of the novel despite being sort of a to Margaret white in every single way less validates her because the evil est character in the novel aside from her is the one who frequents the roadhouse and has like a special room there where he takes his girlfriend doing king's right in the middle east like the definition of a moral centrist rang. Like both or wrong. Okay both margaret right. And the roadhouse a right and then it also ties into. This is the thing that will come in Again like in later. Stephen king novels. Which is the the stephen king. Moral universe Assault like in. Its most abstract sense. That evil is going to cancel itself out in some way right like evil will always like find a way to fall into the trap. It has set for itself. Evil is the left hand of god. There's there's actually a a strong Historical christian way of reading this So carrie goes to the roadhouse And i is it clear why she's going because this wasn't a thing i was like certain about the she know chris and bill. You're there. I think that it's just like Tele kinetic in and You know mind reading magic at this point like she. The these are the two characters left at the end of the novel that need to be taken care of and so she is making her way there and so she doesn't get all the way there she gets like to the road and they are coming toward the town and so that's where they meet. But i i as far as i know you know and again that's kind of the thing about the page. Turn this of it too right. Like you really are reading quickly and stephen king books and so sometimes it's it's hard to know but in any case i'm not quite sure they running into each other in on the street as A billy is in his leg awful shitty evil car and he's going to run down carey and she psychics the hell out of him. Yeah so they are gone right like the car explodes the gas tank catches on fire and then also coincidentally sue snell. The one who the girl who sort of had her change of heart has been wandering around town since prom to hell. She's been trying to figure out what's going on or find someone to help her. And i think she clearly states in because we get experts from him her memoir like that she wrote about this She i think is like almost like drawn toward kerry psychically she can like censor and so she shows up in the parking lot. Just as kerry collapses In the dies because it turns out a doing all of this crazy psychic stuff building on the stuff we've got about her brainwaves and whatever at the beginning has a physical effect on her and her heart just gives out. Yeah and she's bleeding profusely also that. Oh yeah no. Her mom did staffer in the shoulder. So i think it's a it's a it's a combo and and you know this is very much a some appoint to work curious rendered almost fully and human rights so she's like talked about is like withered and bent over and all this kind of stuff. I mean she. She's kind of. She has thrown her entire being and her entire life force into killing all these people and so the yeah but then sue shows up and then her and carey have this like mind meld moment where she gets all of carries emotions and this is like some of the coolest stephen king gas shit on earth. she like mind links with sue as she's dying And so she gets like all this emotion of what it is to die And she's like being dragged down with her in it. It's it's it's very cool seeing as far as like probably one of the best ending. Stephen king's ever written right. Because if you're not familiar with this from king. Stephen king just kind of a fact that the guy is not very good at ending novels like it's not criticism but you know the last tenth of ever stephen king novels is you have a better chance that nod of bit disappointed at the end He's not going to close out. But i think that this close out. Pretty good I will say so. Another bit of sue's character She is laid on her period. Let's talk about themes. She's on her period. She's been sleeping with her boyfriend. She thinks she might be pregnant. After kerry dies after they have this mind meld the last kind of proper line of this narrative that we get in the book is a su finally having her period rate in the description of of the menstrual blood running down her thighs which is a choice. Right it's it's a. I don't know right like okay right. We've got the the period beginning. We've got pig blood at prom and now we have this will. So there's all kinds of things. I i've got two big questions for you michael. This is one so. I'm glad that we that we talked about this. This the end of it. Do you think this is how. I read it. So i could. I couldn't put together Carey having her period in the pig blood. But i'm putting this together Do you think that sue was pregnant. And with tommy's baby tommy is dead. Tommy was also carries a date to the prom Do you think sue was pregnant. And then carry gives her an abortion here at the end. I that is my reading because there is a bit earlier in the book where there is an extended metaphor fetus coming to term. That seems lake. And there's also this other stuff. Were like margaret white Carries mom says like oh i should have you know i shouldn't have had you right. I should have killed you when i had the chance. And this is this is A a little current that runs underneath this novel. Tired of an anti-nato statement. Espn other question other big question. Do you think that carries mom is psychic. And that is why. She is so Religiously focused because she can see all the like bad stuff in people's brains that they're thinking that is interesting I am not sure. I can't tell you i can tell you mama white Is a lovecraft cultist. There is a bit very briefly where carry can overhear her praying. And she's talking about god sending three legged burning. I to to like punish people Which is a specifically like that is the one of the epa tests of the lovecraft e in Evil deity nayyar lotto tap Steve use camp right. So there's a sense that there's a sense that Margaret weitz christianity is Not really a a normal type of christianity But i don't know it's interesting right. The idea that she might be a little psychic herself Definitely add depth vet character There's all kinds of stuff. We didn't have a chance to talk about. I think a school. I think the The scene where kerry when she is a child Like summons stones To rain on the house. I think that's very cool. And that's the thing that king reuses a couple times to that setting. Yeah it's good scheme stuff. But now we've got a couple of segments at the end michael. Yeah let's get started. This segment is called my favorite kingsholm. This is the segment where cameron i are going to independently. Choose one sentence That we found in the novel that we think is a good example of a king ism which is to say a particular tick of his prose style or his narrative voice Basically this is a. This is a stephen king sentence rate. Only stephen king could have written us Said you have your heavier sentence. Cameron a jew k. Tweet about this. So people marino it. But i wanted to cry but it was too real to cry about stephen king tony. What is up. And that's the kind of thing that stephen king does he make. Sure that the moral and the emotional stakes of everything is happening all the time. If i had a runner up that if i had a had a second one it's it would be the the sections not really sentence but it would be the section where sue and her memoir keeps talking about. we were kids Very reminiscent stand very reminiscent of like things happened in the past. You can't control and yet you have to live afterward and live in the wake of of awful things. Also another huge stephen king county thing my sentence is from the beginning of the novel is actually from the section where the principal is meeting with the gym teacher In some context here is that the principles accidentally knocked over his ashtray. And so he's as. He's talking with the gym teacher. He's lake Sort of fiddling around on his desk like trying to wipe up these ashes and he asks her to hand him that little. Brush their miss desk jordan. Yes that's it. She handed him a little brush with the legend chamberlain hardware and lumber company. Never brushes you off written up the handle and this is One of those little bits of like this is a very stephen king thing of adding just the right amount of texture to a seen. Not only is the situation like in many ways carry. The novel is like a social comedy. Like especially early on like. There's a lot of likes of small town social comedy happening In this in particular is lake You know we get. We get the fact that The principal has this little brush. Then he got obviously a freebie from the local hardware store like the hardware store like printed. A bunch of these also like everyone in town has one so we get the sense of the hardware store kind of personal relationships among people and then sort of the Very like social real list lake sense of like these are the things that like. These are the objects that are in the lives of the characters in this novel but also like lives of the reader rate. These are things that i have at home that you have at home. These are things you pick up moving through kind of like mid-century middle-class american life. I also love that seeing that that. There's an additional additional layer of kingdom to that scene because it's right after carry has been in his office and she's upset and she knocks the the ashtray onto the ground right with her mind. And the whole setup after that assuming i can think of that. Ashtray was so close to the edge. I thought i had heard back. Golly can you help me out here. Just like not not understanding also a principal. Having in their office ashtray for smoking is you know during the nineteen seventies we. It was a different time slots segment. We got another segment coming up here. This is one that i suggested. Because i think it's fun. You've named it. Michael uncle steve. He's mixed eight. I have this is. This is so if you you've read stephen king You know that the man loves music he has. A broad broad musical tastes And also possibly it's not exactly weird But the way that the man tends to include music In his fiction can on the one hand be brilliant and on the other hand. Just be completely puzzling. In terms of like what songs are showing up in what they're doing scene and so on and so forth. This is the segment where we are going to review some of the songs that get quoted or mentioned or that are are playing in in the in the novel so Which which songs did you listen to. I listen to songs so there are a couple songs where the lyrics are quoted in the book. And then there are. There's a slate of songs that are going to be performed as the prom. I don't know why you would have that on the prom invitation. I think you did back then just to give you a sense of the vibe. I don't know but so listen to songs off of that. I was in two songs. Listen to dean martin's the street where you live and i listen to Bob dylan's mr tambourine man. These are two songs that are played at the prom at the hotel wrong. Tell me about these cameron Okay well we're going to write these things on one to five stars the street where you live solid three stars It's just a dean martin song mike. It's not any more not any less. If you like dean martin probably go enjoy the song three stars. Although if i had to rate it based on its appropriateness for the prom zero stars because it's terror For that for. I don't even know what you would do. I don't think you can slow dance to that song but the nineteen seventies where we are time other song. Mr tambourine. man. Bob dylan One-star oh okay. I don't like bob dylan. Okay yeah i think bob dylan is terrible Sorry to report everyone I just don't care for it but One-star in also. How'd you danced mr tambourine man at the prom. I also don't but anyway i wouldn't go. There was much of the songs that i listen to were. Just like a woman. Also by bob dylan This is one that i. It's not listed in the palm of like invitation. But i do think it may be plays at the prom or maybe it plays at the roadhouse. I'm not sure. And then i listened to five hundred miles by pierre. Paul mary which is also a song that played at the prom Let's go through this. Just like a woman by bob dylan To two stars two and a half stars like i. Don't i don't hate bob dylan. But like this is a bob dylan song. It sure is. I don't know how you dance to the prom. Five hundred miles. Peter paul and mary i actually think five stars. I think this is a good song. I like the song again. I do not know how you dance to this at prom. And i just want to point out every single song on the prom. Invitation is like the sixties folk music. All bob dylan and peter paul and mary and then like this dean martin song. It is so strange And i i was obviously not around in the seventies But like nineteen seventy nine in. This book takes place is the disco is always happening. It is huge Of course. Stephen king is raining it into the future. So maybe he doesn't know as much but it's just it's an maybe it's it's rural maine and no one wants to listen to disco but whereas like ccr van like right there's no there's no risk stollings. That's actually the thing. That surprised me is like i. I know stephen king towns toward kind of the classic rock. And there's none of that here yet. At this point it was contemporary rock. So i don't know maybe he only likes things once. They're classics right. Because we're eventually going to get to the point. Where reading these books. And it's going to be like obscure roadhouse music from the one thousand nine hundred seventies which is clearly what he was listening to you at the time. So i don't know. I have no. I don't have any logic. You've got an answer to this question. I would love to hear. It would help us out a whole whole lot so michael. What's the next book worried in the chronological order. Reading the stephen king novels the next novel we will be reading. Is stephen king's second novel salem. Slot it's a good one. Yeah i think. I've probably read it more than the other steven king book. I don't think that's the case for me. But i know i rented a couple of times and i do like it and it's very interesting. It's i'm very excited looking forward Because if carry. Is stephen king in kind of a particular stephen king mode in salem slot is like another type of stephen king right another type of novel that he writes a sort of different versions of moving forward in the same way that we're going to get different versions of kind of the The carry setup rate not not like a specific plot but sort of the feeling in tone and Aim rate the ambition of the story. He has this kind of ps two modes that he bounces back and forth between It'll be really cool. I think i forgot to bring us up to go. But i think it's a good way to control it. You're telling me michael that there was originally a different ending to carry yes So apparently in the first draft of this novel the end was completely different because when carey a lost it at prom she didn't just psychically destroy everything. She in fact grew horns and got really tall and stopped around like godzilla and kings editor or would be editor right. The person who was like pleased for the love of god. Write a book that i can buy and sell This ending and they apparently had had a lot of back and forth about how to make the ending of this book I believe the the editors actual comment was like not a comic book And i just wanted to take a moment. Imagine the world where we very said. Stephen king is not always grated endings. Imagine the world where kerry comes out and the end his carry transforming into a kaya ju And like that's what her psychic power does. It's bad but i but on the other hand. I wanna see brian depalma. Well we'll maybe continue to learn about some other things that got cut or changed as we move into salem slot We're gonna spend the next month reading that in the mobile reconvened to discuss it in the meantime You can keep up with us. In all the things we do with range touch At the range touch twitter account. 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Twitter dot com slash. Warren is dead. And i don't know what sort of what is a good line for us to end on. Well i say this to leave this in we. We didn't get a dear reader at all in this book. Now there's not even like a little intro for awhile is going for as intros and just narrative really saying like you know dear reader. You think something good's going to happen soon. Some bad's going to happen so i'm wondering where that shows up. But that's just my idol thought at the end I don't know maybe. We should say Workshops and things right here michael keep it in the lupu will leave it in a process. Yes so let's Number one i think the A hail the walk dude. Remember folks hailed the watkin. Dude remember to align yourself with evil Oh god this is the the con version. Thank you side for listening. Oh yeah there we go yeah Or what else. 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Hour 1 - Charles Barkley (06-05-19)

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Here's Dan, Patrick welcome to the program. It's hour one on this Wednesday, Dan, and the danettes, Dan Patrick show and yes, all four danettes or still alive after yesterday's three on three league the debut. We had some injuries. We had some controversy. We had some fun, and hopefully we entertained, you of the second week of the games. Is that next Tuesday? I don't even know what the schedule is. Is it next Tuesday? Seton? Yet tuesdays. Okay. Tuesdays at twelve thirty and one o'clock. Will let you know as far as justifying the programming schedule there. But I believe twelve thirty one o'clock next Tuesday with the dannettes, and like I said it was so spirited and great response. You can watch it on the DP show app, and everybody was professional, except for those playing, and hopefully we'll have entertaining results in the weeks to come weeks in years to come here. Yes. I always think that part of our job here on the Dan patch show is to entertain, and uplift, America. And after watching us play basketball yesterday, I think a lot of Americans are uplifted and feel better about themselves as athletes. Yeah. I think there are a lot of people who said, boy, it's really entertainingly bad basketball. And I said, thank you. Because I didn't know if we could present herself in a different way in there's only so much you can do with trick photography. It was basically here, it is it was live. No, editing. And I think all four Dana's of feel feel. Today. Yes, ton. What stood out to you is the biggest disappointment? And or the most uplifting thing, maybe you were able to pull out of those two games uplifting. I don't know if I would use that word uplifting. Yes. Somebody on Twitter yesterday. I think really captured it perfectly, and they said it really is an insult to the sport to call this basketball, but it's a great way to spend a lunch break. I don't know if you could sum, it up better than that, because we give it to you in a bite size portion, it's seven minute. Hams, it's basically fifteen to twenty minutes. If you wanna see to danettes their teams go against one another. And then you wait a little while it's sorta like Chinese food like you have it, you like it, and then you're done with it. And then you have it again. And that's what we provided. We gave you two helpings of Chinese food yesterday, and hopefully you enjoyed it, and it didn't come back to haunt you later to later yesterday or this morning. Eight seven seven three DP show Email address, DP, Dan, Patrick dot com. We got basketball coming up tonight. Charles Barkley will join us in about fifteen minutes row. Chapters warriors, and who's available all hands on deck. They may need Steve Kerr tonight, but it could be Steph curry, and who are the other guys out there on the floor Klay Thompson, gametime decision, Kevin Durant won't be playing boogie cousins will be playing. I'm curious how sore he was after his game one appearance because you haven't played in a while and players think they're in shape. And then they get there's a difference in practice shape in game shape and boogie. I'm sure it was pretty sore but put in great minutes, and they're going to need another performance like that coming up tonight, but it may come down to this. If Klay Thompson has any pain, and this is going to be really tricky. Because if you've had that injury before you can aggravate it, and he could be lost for the rest of the postseason. He could be gone for the rest of the finals. K D. I don't know if he's coming back. Reggie Miller said that at the start of the finals, he didn't think he was going to, but, you know, Klay right now we're not quite sure game. Time situation and you can't aggravate that where he would be lost for the rest of the finals. And I think Steve Kerr is going to have this decision with the help Klay Thompson. Maybe I just sit you out it's gained three of a home a home game. Can we get through this somehow? And even if we lose we're down two games to one. I want to have a healthy Klay Thompson coming back. That's more important here than to have him. Seventy five percent out there with the possibility of re aggravating reinjuring that hamstring. But that's going to be a really delicate decision coming up in a few hours from now and this may come down to Steph curry Steph has got to be selfish. Tonight. Steph is going to have to put up thirty shots. But also Toronto and Klay Thompson is not playing I'm going to the box in one folks, and I'm going early and often I'm gonna make the other players beat me. And I'm going to say to Steph curry. Here's your Janke defense. Enjoy have a nice night. If it works. It's not Janke and it worked last time. That sounds like a shirt Toronto. If it works at ain't Janke now mill desperate times, desperate measures and I have no problem with, as you know, the basketball is all you can't have a box in one who says, I want to win this isn't about, you know, the eagles the eagles have a trick play in the Super Bowl into the Phillies special. I didn't hear any football Puriscal. All you can't do that with a quarterback goes out for a pass or the patriots. Did it with Brady? He just didn't catch it. But boxing one. Sure go get him Ganic club. And we wanted to do the poll today is running the bottom on in the NBA smart or Bush league. What do you think people say, I have no idea? I'm curious. I think a lot of people do think it's a little Janke. Well, if you're a basketball fan, you're Golden State fan, you want to see Steph curry play. Well you wanna watch your game and see great players play great. Or at least have that opportunity if I take you out of the game you know, baseball purist, when bonds would be walked on four pitches. Intentionally walked like that's just strategic. I want to win a game. I don't care about, hey, you know what? You, you did it the right way. Hey you through to bonds? If I can win. And I don't have to throw to bonds, then I'll probably do that, mclovin. It's a lot like black people in Hackensack or hack deandre Jordan. No. But, you know how you prevent that. You know how you stop that when you make all your free throws. And if the other guys start making their shots Toronto won't be running that Janki defense. Yeah, pulling I thought the hacker shack, or whatever it was was way. More Bush league than a box one defense boxing, when defense they're going to do in a specialized situation. They used to hack a shack all the time and it was the game, stop being basketball, and it became the slowdown mess that was that was embarrassed. Yeah, but I put that on the NBA because guess what they should have done is, that's an intentional foul two free throws and that team still gets the ball back. Then you could have changed the whole hack shack. All right. We'll come up with a poll question poll question. Brought to you by man versus food on cooking channel. I mentioned Charles Berkeley will join us coming up in a little bit. We'll hear from Baker Mayfield. About his relationship with Odell Beckham because it's that time of the year, you know, the NFL wants to be a twelve month sport. And they've done a pretty good job, there's probably like one month out of the twelve that maybe you don't have the headlines, but you're still getting some headlines with lay beyond bell talking about his relationship with the jets Baker Mayfield talking about trusting Odell Beckham junior raiders going out and signing. Richie incognito. You got contract situations with the Cowboys. They're stuff that is there, just about every day and typically training camp at time for that blind optimism in the NFL and since the off season has exploded in popularity we now moved our timeline up now mandatory minicamp is really time to start thinking about and could our team. Be good and the Browns fans I keep trying to tell them to temper their expectations here because I got to see a lot of things before I go all in on the Cleveland Browns. I think we want the Browns to succeed. I think we want them to be a story. They're going to be a story one way or another, but star showing up, you know, just for many camp OTA's. That's a big deal Baker Mayfield. Throwing a touchdown to Odal Beckham junior in practice, the whole towns buzzing here, you know, Tom Brady reported, I saw where the Boston Herald was saying he looks great. Okay. What does that mean who looks bad, not as wind is Brady look bad? He just showed up he like he looks great because he walked in and he looks like Tom Brady. He is getting older. He did walk out a Walker. So he looks great. He didn't need assistance. It was implied. He looks great for a forty two years and have special parking permit for where he parks his car, but he shows up. This is his twentieth minicamp in New England, Dwayne Haskins in Washington DC with the Redskins is he going to start? I'll he's got a great arm, but false optimism your team. How good are they? It's a while before you really find out if that's true or not. But it's fun. It's fun. This time of the year here is Baker Mayfield on trusting Odal Beckham junior. And, you know, whereas with minicam professional is going to be a freshman l- you know, he's going to train how he wants to. It's an elite athlete, it's how he does his stuff and you got to believe in trust in that you got to trust him to be able to show up. And when he needs to and be there for his team and I just know him. And that's, that's the type of guy he's going to be here when he needs to all right? Choosing his words carefully because you wanna make sure that Odal Beckham junior comes in and everybody. Starts out, you know, by hold hands, but I think Baker Mayfield and their head coach, Freddie kitchens is like, you know, come on. I don't think Odell has left the giants behind him yet. I think that's part of the problem like he still wants to go down swinging. He wants to say some things about the giants. Hey, you know what they got rid of personalities? They want goody two shoes there. He's got a bye into Cleveland and leave the giants behind get in there. Get started if it's true. You've only spent one day in Cleveland since you were traded get in there because now you gotta move forward. You wanna prove everybody wrong you'll prove them wrong by your actions. Not your words to the giants. Yes, mclovin. I had a poll option. What is that more buzz around a June Brown's minicamp or the NBA finals who? People people know the Toronto Raptors are in the final, or is anyone aware of this fact. I don't think anybody is factoring in the pas, the possibility that the raptors could win the finals, everything is about Golden State, if they win their legacy, if they win who's going to be the MVP, if they win. What's that mean for Kevin Durant if they lose what's that mean for Kevin Durant? What's that mean if he leaves where's he going to go, how serious is the injury Klay Thompson? Not getting a super super max deal. More likely to stay less likely to stay what happens and then all of a sudden it's like well, yeah. And the raptors. Yeah. They got a chance, I guess. The series title game apiece. If the rappers wind tonight and we don't know the health status, if I don't think Kevin Durant gonna play again, and then clay might be, you know less than one hundred percent and Toronto is a good team. They, they're they can be a great team. And I said, from the beginning I thought this would be a very competitive series, wouldn't be surprised if Toronto one. But they crushed me with that game to performance. They need some consistency and collide feels like has to have one of those forty point nights and Steph curry may have to have a forty point night as well. Eight seven seven three DP show. Email address, DP. Dan, Patrick dot com will come up with a poll question. This one snarky guests who sent a snarky poll question to me? One guess. Paulie sampling. Mclovin. Takes earlier. Would you rather? Watch a dolphins regular season game or a lions regular season game. We're titans regular season game or watch highlights of the Browns. Minicam. That's the lead today. The bad minicamp. That's that's mean spirited ak- Mayfield. Hit Odell Beckham on a twelve yard slant pattern for a touchdown up seven zero early. 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I don't know how long that takes, but and the ally ability issues here. But, you know, the Commissioner finally came out and said that not able to do this during the regular season. Yeah, the all star break coming up, and I would have thought maybe if you wanted to you could do something, but we did reach out to the Commissioner. He's on the west coast and apparently not available like forever. Fritzy, you're like just I don't think forever, okay? Over the next couple of days at San like he's out of pocket out of pocket. What about nighttime? What if we say, we'll all come in and tape an interview I would like to. Have a better shot. You can't be that busy twenty four seven you know, he's got a lot of responsibilities if they tell me the time of day or night, then we'll do it. Okay. Seems reasonable. Yeah. He's got meetings for the next twenty four hour meeting today's it's a marathon. Okay. But, you know, whenever somebody says they're out of pocket. Not no not available. Then I always go when are you going to be available because my job is to get newsmakers on the show and give this audience what they want point like when they say things like oh, he's out of the country said that the phones at of the United States, there's no working phone lines again. That's a little trickier when they're out of the country. But we've had many people on from what they don't want to say, we are not prepared to interview right now. We don't have all our ducks in a row, fine. Yes, but, but you can't say that Email, I guess he's in town with his family. So seven eight minutes to talk to you. You know, you gotta constantly be on top of your of your family. Well, it's like we reached out to the players sociation with the NFL yesterday. And I said, hey, could. Somebody there come on. I wanna talk to you about this possibility of eighteen games schedule, and what they said was we can't comment on this now because we're going to be crossed the table from the owners and, you know, we want to wait until we have that opportunity to sit across the table from them. And I said, okay, fine. At least I got a comment from somebody here. That's all I was asking for. All right. Mclovin you got to settle on a poll question? We'll take a break Charles Barkley will join us. We want to do the boxing, one poll just to see if everyone agrees with most of us in this room agree. It's okay, I'm curious if anyone out there as a problem man, I just wanna win. I do. That's all I just want to win. The reason is, you're basically saying that guy's better than us. And we have to do a shortcut and you know, it's like, not not maybe the man this way to compete mono mono is the Yup. I tend to agree that I don't think it's Bushley completely. It's, it's out of necessity this one time, but I think it's generally kind of a. Javy style defense. That's not proper for five on five. Call me JV. Then was I would I would do it in a second. I would do the second to and take the heat for it, but what did Detroit do? They created the Jordan rules where they were going to knock you to the floor. Is that professional? How's that etiquette? How about that Nixon? The heat in the nineties ruin the league ruining the league. Yes. Who'd, why isn't it Bush league to throw up shot and turn and run down the court before it even goes in and shimmy? Yeah. Like start shimmying down. I don't know. That's kinda stupid to me. Don't get fritzy started on this, then he's going to bring up the mouth. Hate the mouthpiece in. Allowed all righty. All right. Eighteen after the hour, Charles Berkeley next here on the Dan Patrick show, every car comes with its share stories, right, that ding and your bumper. 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Just just by slowing them down or stop and some of their cutting or or whatever. And it seemed it seemed to protect the rim better force and stop some of their cutting. Your players have to have some faith in it, right? And I got a sense of from them that they were good with it. I'm fine with it as well. But then I'm not the one that they're throwing the box in one at. And that's why Steph curry didn't like it, because it takes him out of his rhythm. And that's what they were trying to do. A basketball purist is gonna look at this the way baseball peers will go. Hey, why don't you man up and pitched Barry Bonds. Okay. I still want to win. How can I win? Whatever way. Can win if they have fits within the rules. I'm no problem with a box in one. And that's why Steph called it a Janke defense by the way, Golden State foreign four when curry plays. But Klay Thompson does not play much has been made of the stat that the warriors have gone thirty five and five when Steph plays in Kevin Durant does not you're going to need a whole lot of Steph curry coming up tonight. But, you know Toronto knows that as well. And do they adjust their defense accordingly? Charles Barkley, the hall of Famer Turner sports NBA analyst from inside the NBA, Chuck. How are you? How's vacation vacation is a lovely lovely on. That's it brother. How are you better at golf or fishing? I'm a great fisherman. I am. I'm really good. I'm actually in Alabama fit right down. I got I got I'm gonna watch a couple more hockey games a couple NBA games. Are then I'm gonna work my golf game. You should host of fishing show. Dan, people don't like the work. They only do it for money. A lot of people always offered me jobs. Like I know they work is very overrated. I'm on big tation for the next four months. I'm not gonna do anything but drink play golf, and that's it and fish, I don't wanna do anything else, I'm. But that it that's a show where you don't do anything, you can eat drink and fish, and you get paid to do it. But you got cameras around you can't use profanity, then you like I say, but you got a did you have to talk to people? Want to talk to people. Let's they have to. All right, man. Stop it. All right. What about this with the box in one? The Janke defense with Steph curry and Golden State. You got a problem with that zero problem with it objective is to win the game. No have no problem with it whatsoever. Yeah. I think Steph doesn't like it because I've never met somebody who had box in one played against him where they go. Yeah. I'm fine with it. I hate it because you're taking out of the game. Well, let's whatever they were doing, but working to be honest, because, you know, that's when they made their run they lost a game in the third quarter. But, you know, based only one basket like the last five minutes. So whatever they were doing was working period. There's been so much talk in the NBA is all about what's going to happen next season or in the offseason, or in free agency. And we've been dealing with this for dance. Yeah. Let me tell you something. I am so sick of every jacket, jackass idiot and food getting a TV and radio for the last six months active like they know all these players are going to go. I think all these guys and I'm saying all of it because I mean all of them every week agai. Well, somebody told me. They're going to the Knicks Karis, go to the Lakers. Hawaii is going to the clippers I think all these guys on TV and radio. A full of crap. I think just doing stuff out there. Some of Mike, get it, right. But I think they're all making it up, and then they always say, why haven't talked to what's his name, but I talked to somebody this counts. I'll take all these guys are just trying to be relevant NGOs guessing. I don't think I don't even take the players know where they're going to be honest with you. Well, I also think that reporting now has become I'm hearing and you can cover your bases. I don't know who your sources. And if you say, hey, that's just what I heard, if nobody. That's my point. That's my point. I if you watch TV for the last all season, all these things that are saying is that fancy my source of what I'm hearing. I think these guys awful crowd. I don't think these guys know anything but, like I say, I wanna make my point. I original one, I don't think these players know where they're going, you know, how know that because this is how full of crappy reporters up because all of these guys are caught between the rocket a hard place. They can't go anywhere by themselves. Yeah. Yeah. But that's the biggest problem all these guys guys, no matter how great, whether you talking about coli can be Tyree, Jimmy Butler. None of these guys could make a move onto something happens. So that's why I think all these reporters are pulling gramp, Tom, if they know when somebody's going because if you go to a team by yourself team is not going to be any good. So that's what's going to be very interested this summer, who makes the first move who's talking behind the scenes because you can't go anywhere by yourself, or you can be on a big a lot of money on a bad team, who is more likely to sign a one year deal to stay with their same team co wire, Kevin Durant. Probably Kevin Durant. I'm hoping Kawais stays in Toronto. It'd be I think is great literally that Toronto's doing well that the, the why is situation is interested because they can't pay all those guys. I mean you, you know, you can't put pay camping play and Draymond. I mean that's just not going to re gonna work. So I think I think it's I'm, I'm pretty sure they don't sign up and clay or trades Ray mind cause they can't pay up. All I think that's probably the one thing that I'm putting show about to be honest with you. Wait, you think that they re signed clay, they re-signed Kevin and then they trade, Draymond green? Well, I think that's part of the best narrow. You don't awards interest is such a because they don't have to have a good team moving into that. New building and the one way. Make sure they're good is to resign cabinet clay, and drain, my gut that you can't pay. All three of those guys can't be paying four players eight hundred billion dollars. I mean, that just doesn't make any sense whatsoever. Because that luxury tax would be through the roof and, and I know clay during Monday, Kevin all on a hundred and fifty to two hundred million dollars. They can't pay all can the NBA continued to do this, and have these salaries where you got guys who aren't great. And they're gonna make forty to fifty million dollars a year. Will you don't they have been saying that for five years, I think the biggest India's in the world of NBA owners because you know, since all these guys wanna play together now. You know, we don't have any competitive balance. But these owners was making so much money they signed this deal where we have to pay that, that team to make X amount of me as a dollars and I was saying, wait a minute. If all these guys wanna play together, we don't have any competitive Dallas, why do I have to pay by crappy team the same amount that the war are paying their players? So that was a great question. You're asking me. I expected this thing to come crashing down soon to be honest with you, because I don't understand if all the stars would have played it down the Bill to super team. Why do I have to pay my crappy team, the same amount of money that claim Kevin and all these other great players are making? Why am I gonna pay my guys who bombs that type of money? So your question is a hundred percent. Correct. I think in the next couple of years. There's there seems don't come across it down around us. He's Charles Barkley the hall of Famer joining us, Dan Patrick show. Do you think the pelicans have an issue with the Lakers that, that would prevent them from trading? Anthony Davis there. Well, I think it just depends on. They got the big the best deal. If if you know those, those guys are. Clutch really won't really won't be in, in LA to help LeBron. But it just depends on the train. They the pelicans got to make the best trait for them. They gotta take their ego out of the equation. But listen, the Lakers got to do something to help LeBron. And Davies is a hell of a player, but I'm not giving out to it. They was away for, for trash that's not going to happen. But this is what happens when you trade a star player. And then you deplete the roster of the team he's going to are they gonna do a sign and trade or you know, because if, if you're Boston do you do a sign and trade with kyri to get something? The Boston Celtics Ardy, fleece the nets of few years ago with the with the Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce deal. You know, are these players going to want, they're going to want the max money, and then be traded, right? Nobody's going to walk away from forty or fifty million dollars. Are they? Well, you know, that's the generous in, if you're the without guys off their take you needed to, you know, and that's probably the worst thing we got going on league players are running the league now where they get the dictate where they go. And so, so now is going to be very interested in how all this stuff goes down. The summer is going to be one of the greatest and Claes's off seasons in NBA history. I'm gonna sit back Wissam nineteen forty two tequila on the golf course or fishing and just watch those it, this is going to be crazy summer ever NBA history. Little Don Julio. Is that what you're doing? You know what my team for two Don Julio, you know, big Causton bottle modeled after my. Would you want to play for the Knicks or the Lakers? If those were the only two options. That's a great question. Dan? You know. I really like Steve meals. Scott Perry, but I don't have a lot of faith in Jim Dolan. To be honest with you. You don't wanna go about somebody's track record. You know, the, the thing with you got the Lakers, are who I never thought I'd bet you Knicks and Lakers in the same sentence. I mean, they're both sold this functional. I, I. What let me ask you question. Honestly, it depends on who's going with me to the Knicks. You know, I don't think you can just go to the Knicks. But that's what I said earlier the conversation, you got to get at least two great players if you're going to go to the Knicks, 'cause if you Katie or coury, and you go to the Knicks by yourself. You're not going to be any good. That's a that's the that's the thing I think will be very interested in summer. Everybody's talking about all these guys. If you don't get to these guys, you're not going to be in a good, but on joined to understand this though, Charles, you have Katie and kyri our buddies. And, you know, now you have some reports saying that kyri is going to go to the Brooklyn nets. Well, does he know then that Katy is not going to go to the Knicks, and that's why he's going to the nets or that? But see, that's what I'm saying. That's why I think all these guys are full of crap out there. Get on TV and radio every day saying where I'm hearing from my sources or in like they. Making stuff up listening, Kaby or calorie. It. They don't go together. They're not accomplishing anything if Katie goes to the Knicks or coury goes to the Mets, that's not a better situation either. One of them end right now. I mean I mean, that's the fact that a matter, unless see, that's the thing unless somebody's players go somewhere together. They pretty much stay in their own situation where whatever better off. I mean, Correze not going to be in a better situation, then he is in Boston. If he goes to the nets, and same thing, with KP, if he goes to the Knicks. They're not going to be any good unless he gets somebody to go with them. But do you really think that Katie wants to establish his own team, separate from Russell Westbrook separate from the Golden State legacy, and then really say, hey, I can do this on my own. Well, let's just to all these damn hitting something. Hey, I've been a great player by myself down eight a lot of fun. You know, when I got traded to Phoenix, and I got bad Marlet, Kevin Johnson, Mark west says Apollo's all of the Miller those guys it was like I went to heaven this notion that you a great player plant by yourself. Hey, man. That ain't a lot of fun. So I would cost you all these do's. Hey, the grass ain't always green a when I was in Philadelphia plan by myself that was not a lot of fun. So but that's see. That's what I'm saying there. And that's what's going to be the most intriguing thing about all this stuff this summer. He's got his cat go anywhere by themselves. There's new go on. This is going to New York by yourself and ten two hundred million dollars. The tomb is mediocre. You know how to press is going to be to those guys. Do you think that you were too friendly with Jordan and the NBA finals when you're in Phoenix? Like your buddy is back on either was really this is about that. I heard all these foods jackasses for over thirty years now, me, and Michael never even saw each other doing the final, then what's the point that we play golf together, which is not ching. There's report that we have dinner every night, that was not true. So to answer your question is that goes back to the foods, I'm listened to? They make it up stuff. Michael never saw each other to the finals. Then it's so fun man. I just laugh. Now when I hear my sources are telling me, I mean, I'm watching the day now. Now kyri Kevin Davis go play together. I know with the Knicks. I'm like, wait a minute. I think there was a salary cap in basketball, and I don't think this ticket all three of those guys because this would have to treat everybody on their visit not only that they'd have to treat. Everybody to get eighteen they'd have three to everybody on their roster. Throw in Patrick Ewing John's talks. Oh am. And whether it's really, they don't have enough. It has no players on the Knicks roster that I would trade for Anthony Davis, and they're not gonna get Connery. And Kevin Durant. That's that's, but that's the stuff we have to listen to everyday for the next three months race. Hey, enjoy your vacation, we'll try not to bother you. And thanks again. Always good to talk to you. All right, my brother. I got number Logan. Keep up with. Thank you, charms. It's Charles Barkley NBA on TNT a controversial apparently controversial play of the day, coming up next here on the Dan Patrick show. Everybody's got it to do this. I get one for my wife drop off, the dry, cleaning pick-up, some milk figure out something to get out of the house. So I can relax here's an idea. Let's add save hundreds of dollars on car insurance. The good thing you don't have to drop off or pick up anything. All you have to do is go to Geico dot com and fifteen minutes. You could be saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance you like extra money in your pocket. 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And right now get a Dollar Shave Club starters set. Everything you need for a great shave just five dollars. Get yours at dollarshaveclub dot com slash Patrick. I mentioned it was a controversial play of the day. Not because of anything in the game itself. It's because there was one unhappy camper when we came in today, one Andrew, mclovin Pearl. Off junior, the third how often has Jay Bruce ever hit a grand slam for the Philadelphia Phillies that didn't make play of the day. It gets a San in a crucial midseason game against the San Diego Padres. Aren't you big winer here? It is. Play of the day. Check this out though. One, one swung on hit the right field. Raise back, track wall and. A grand slam for Jay Bruce, his second Homer of the night, and a huge snake for Bruce, as a Phillies now lead, it eight to two Phillies radio network, WIP sports radio. Well, they finally bring somebody who hits home runs. Jay Bruce, second Homer, the night and had six RBI's went three for four Phillies with the win over the Padres, nine six yes, mclovin, I've been fighting on on insa message with the L A producers who, like come on. It was a championship. How can you have an early season homerun? I'm like, well, when Florida state won that championship last year was that your play of the day was when Oklahoma one day this is an LA by UCLA on all these people are excited. I get it. I understand that. Hey, we're accused of east coast biased all the time, my Phillies by by any other player in major league hit a grand slam last night. I would have had no idea. When time you heard west coast buys. I hear it all the time because a lot of these people who LA dodgers. Yeah. The people we work with in Los Angeles. They don't care about any team. But the dodgers dodgers. Dodgers dodgers. Yes. I think it's sort of, like east coast bias, but west coast bobble, they have you ever asked somebody who's lived on the west coast for a long time to like, name the states on the eastern seaboard fake hand. They have no idea like, so wait a minute. Vermont is that south jersey is New Jersey a borough or late? I know that Oregon's north of California, it's just between there and watching this day, I didn't grow up there. But they're like Florida's by what Maryland, is that right? Last time I was in Los Angeles. I did get this. I don't get the whole DC like, like Washington DC is that, like, is that a state and I go, what's the district of Columbia? Yeah. But I don't get the DC part of it. I said, well, what, don't you get? What is it? So. There's a little truth in in your kidding their seat. No counter. Yes. Nikola. Okay. The four Danette, who is the most regionally or team biased of the four of us in regionally biased. Paulie chicago. I, I don't I feel like we see it in order to amount of bears. Highlights course I have a cubs t-shirt shirt on today. The Paul boxers, you bring up the bulls. More than Mike Greenberg. Does he cover them? Remember david? You didn't. Yes. But Paul also grew up. He's like a huge Notre Dame. Michigan Nebraska Alabama. You know whatever fan like Vandam out around, if anybody had a good college football team. He's like a huge fan of those. Yeah. I spread it out. I didn't really have one college football team. I, I, I always I grew up having to like Notre Dame. I really didn't have a choice, Catholic Irish south side, Chicago. But I got a glimpse of Anthony Carter in that Michigan uniform when I was a kid. I like that. Mclovin your territorial to a certain degree when your team bounds out of the playoffs, then you latch onto somebody else. Yeah. No, I like to jump around a little bit. You know, the I'm really into the Phillies since a sign Bryce Harper. And I can't even tell why. Because I never really wasn't that into them because now we're like the people don't like us where the dog because that's interesting. And fritzy is territorial with his teams but not, you know, a geographical region like you basically love their uniforms, you love the Astros uniform and you're Broncos. When I was a little kid, I caught up with the orange and blue and I remember specifically in eighty six when the Astros were playing the Mets and the Broncos are playing. The giants to mazing I didn't get beat up in high school because I want to Houston to beat New York and I wanted Denver to beat the giants. That's one of the reasons it's amazing. You didn't get beat up in high school, one of many reasons. But then why did he by the timber wolves sweatshirt? He didn't buy that he got the hell he would would never know. He, he doesn't buy anything on. My wallet is like to my bag. If you missed any of this leber. 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We were just talking to Patrick about. His vacation we're talking about his thoughts on epic and Apple. got a good day. Internet if you WANNA hear that go become a member at patriotair dot com slash DT and s let's start with a few tech things you should know. Apple confirmed a report from protocol that it acquired spaces, a location based VR startup that started as dream where eight DreamWorks Animation Project, and then pivoted to videoconferencing earlier this year in fact, last week spaces announced that it was shutting down its existing services and heading in a new direction after being forced to shutdown VR centers at the beginning of the pandemic. Mozilla launched Fire Fox seventy nine also known as fire. Fox daylight for entry Tuesday Fire Fox daylight has enhanced tracking protection on by default so that at trackers or older blocked in the standard mode daylight includes a new user interface and Motel Mobile Browser and Jin geico view Geico. Gecko view how do you say it? Let us know the technique new show at the deal. Dot. com. That's not the email. Sorry. Feedback at didn't take new show DOT COM is that it? Yes Fox let's than one percent of new mobile market share according to net applications. Welcome back, Patrick Amazon is rolling out a new augmented reality shopping tool room decorators. So you try out how furniture and other decor might look in your own virtual space of your own space room decorator is different than a our view Amazon launched. Back in two thousand, seventeen that allows multiple or this new one allows multiple products in a room together, not just a single item and works with furniture products from not just Amazon but third party sellers to. Samson's fine. My Mobile APP is now rolling out an update for offline devices. So offline finding, that's a new feature will let you find your phone using someone else's galaxy device or let other users use your phone to scan for their lost galaxy devices or watches were ear buds that might be nearby the update appears to be only available in the US and South Korea for now available on the Samsung Galaxy tour or AP. PK Mirror. Sounds familiar the facebook facebook announced it's changing the name of its Ar and VR Division that encompasses oculus spark and portal brand. Puerto brands to facebook reality labs. The company's Ar Vr Research Division renamed itself Oculus Research to facebook reality labs back in Twenty Eight, twenty eighteen. The division will now be known as F. R. L. Research Facebook's annual VR developer conference. oculus connect will also be renamed facebook connect and kicks off virtually on September Sixteen oculus zones where. Amazon has opened its largest office building in the world in Hyderabad India Hyderabad is already technology based in India for facebook Google Microsoft and Apple Amazon's one point eight million square foot office is Amazon's I fully owned office outside the United. States although the company does manage forty other offices, sixty seven shipping centers, fourteen hundred deliveries stations, and of course, a workforce of more than sixty thousand plus one, hundred, fifty, five, thousand contractors in India. Gardner reports that worldwide smartphone sales dropped twenty point four percent for the second quarter due mostly to continue disruptions from covid nineteen Samsung was hit the hardest dropping twenty seven point one percent year-over-year while way sales declined six point eight percent over all the company's still saw an increase in the overall market market share for the quarter plus a rise in sales of twenty seven point four percent between Cunanan Q to Apple dipped zero point four percent. China's. Dropped seven percent for the quarter but India was down forty six percent. is a drop along with a lawsuit that tiktok filed challenging the US executive order banning transactions with the company Tech. Talk also released monthly active user details for the first time, and as you can imagine, they're pretty good and the S. The active users are up eight hundred sent. Twenty eighteen from eleven million to more than one hundred, million today that's in the US alone with more than fifty million daily active users globally tops says it now has two billion global downloads and reported close to seven hundred million monthly active users in July. All right. Let's talk about facebook. There's the thinking out there that maybe facebook is kind of behind the scenes pushing for tic, TAC to get banned in the US but maybe not following a legal request from Thailand's. Ministry. Of Digital, economy and society facebook has blocked access to a group of one million members in Thailand that group criticized the King of Thailand and Thailand has strict laws against criticizing the monarchy. They're currently protest against the military led government in Thailand and calls for reform of the monarchy. So this was part of that. Just. kind of bleeding over onto facebook facebook at resisted blocking that group. It was given fifteen days on August tenth to block it or face charges and fines under the computer crime act in Thailand So facebook took it to the last day before they did the blocking facebook says it plans to challenge the government's order. A spokesperson said quote requests like this are severe, contravene, international human rights law, and have a chilling effect on people's ability to express themselves now. The verges. Casey, notes that this is an example of why facebook might not be happy about a US ban on Tiktok because it emboldens governments to threaten bands against social networks elsewhere in the world for any purpose, they can say, look the US is Bannon Tiktok. We're going to ban you if you don't do this as well. Writes, quote enforcement like this is now the price of admission for companies on a rapidly splintering Internet. If there's one obvious lesson to be learned from tiktok stayed in America it's facebook and its peers have to manage their relationship with regulators to. I'm certain. That's the case I can still see facebook trying to say look this Tiktok it's not only might pose a problem I. Don't think anyone would have expected an outright full ban but certainly, that logic makes a lot of sense Casey Newton has a very good point. It's definitely not in the interest of facebook of making banning of social networks by governments a habitual thing. So that's something to think about. Newton he he speculates that. Maybe. FACEBOOK was out there saying, look you don't to aunt clamp down too much on antitrust with us because look at Tiktok. Chinese and not saying it should be banned but SORTA casting shade on them for its own purposes and it worked a little too well, exactly. Yeah. I think so. It's it's Certainly, you know the other side of this is facebook trying to resist as much as possible. In this case, you know there might be other cases where it's different trying to resist a lawful order, but we fall back again on that issue of. They can't. Resist. A lawful order when it's lawful in that country if they start using the penalty. Yeah. Of course of course, and maybe they could you know take that stand and decide that they're going to face the penalty there but then you get into the argument. Well, yours is that here why don't you sit there and you fall into that very difficult pit of Decide what law you're going to obey which is. Not. The, place I think facebook wants to be in. Rit sources from both. Anti Ones Economic Daily. Daily News. Say Nintendo is working on the new switch console for release in twenty twenty one that would likely include a more powerful chip and for K. Graphics a stronger lineup game releases would accompany the refresh hardware including previously announced metro prime four and the sequel to the legend of Zelda. Breath of the wild currently switch hardware is based around videos Tigra X, one system on chip, which was first housed more than five years ago. So ripe for an upgrade. I don't know what do you think Patrick I mean it would be the opposite of the switch light with the switch light they put out a less powerful version or or less feature film version of the switch in order to get more people on board, this would be upgrading the hardware to be a little more powerful maybe play a few more games that you well I mean they wouldn't want it to not be able to play in the other versions of the switch. No I think that's a difficult question. This week switch light is for those who don't know the switch can be connected to your TV or taken on the go. It has a screen integrated. I think most people know that the switch light cannot be plugged onto the TV. So it's not really less powerful it is but the main feature is that it doesn't play on the TV. Controller so yeah. Yeah. Right. Right. Yeah. but but this would be an entirely new class of hardware because it would be capable of doing a games that could be that. Could potentially not run on on the previous version. I don't think that's the route they would go but certainly. If only for the four correct K. graphics in a time when people are getting more and more four KTV's. Bathe could make sense that they could render the same thing in four k. even just that could could be interesting. If. They have more graphical power maybe can have more stable frame rate even even without going into big graphical upgrade that upgrades that wouldn't benefit or be possible on the previous version, and then the Games you know the Nintendo switch has been selling very very well, and INTENDO has a history of getting their core fans to upgrade to a new version of. The same hardware or upgraded version of the same hardware. So already, if you give them a four K. version, they're gonNA think maybe I should get it and if you give them a lot of games, you get out of the way of twenty twenty for the new generation of playstation and Xbox is, and then you bring out the new version of the console and. Three of those calibers of games you have sold millions, millions of consoles. So as a strategy, it makes sense no matter how powerful the system is. Yeah. If nintendo's sales are going to slow down after the big pandemic blooms driven by animal crossing. One Way to get more people interested is to is to refresh the hardware. So yeah, make sense. Well speaking hardware fit bid introduced its follow up to the fitbit ionic called the fitbit sense and advanced health smartwatch as the company calls it that includes an electro dermal activity or EDA sensor and electro-cardiogramme or e C G measurements plus Google Assistant Support The DA center looks for electrical changes in your skin that might indicate things like stress are you really stressed out? Might be able to tell you that you might know that already, but it might be something that you'd like to. Keep, you know keep reports of you place your palm over the census display you breathe while it takes measurement, and then the sense also alert you to changes in your body temperature or high or low heart rate that might indicate spikes of some kind fit. Also updated its verse smartwatch and Inspire Fitness Tracker Lions. All of this works better if you pay fitbit premium to keep track of all your data so you get some data and if you want upgrade fifty premium than it's all. Pre orders are now open for the fitbit sense that goes for three hundred, thirty US dollars the fitbit verse three for two, hundred, thirty dollars and the fitbit inspire two for one hundred dollars all shipping in late, September. Well well. So as somebody who? I think that if the person. Yeah exactly. I'm not wearing a right now because I left my charter at home. You know. I haven't been home for a week now, but anyway in a perfect world I actually do pay for fitbit's. Premium service because if you really want to get all in on any ecosystem and I'm not saying, it's only fit because there are others you know it is. It's data nerds dream. And something that could give me that much more data beyond how many steps Sitek you know what my heart rate is and how many stairs I climbed or the equivalent of that hiking around during the day that sort of thing you know stress stuff especially along with the new. The new kind of trend of of smartwatch is giving you a lot more sleep data. And whether or not they're completely accurate is. It somewhat hitter mess at least in my experience at this point but it definitely gives you a better snapshot of do I feel well, do I not feel well, maybe some of these parameters are why and this is stuff that a lot of people just weren't able to track day to day beforehand. It's pretty cool the electric Cardi grams a little bit of catch-up for fit here because other other watches have ray electro dermal activity is interesting I. It's a cool cool feature to try out who knows maybe it won't be that useful, but it's interesting. Scientist at MIT computer science and artificial intelligence lab or see sale have developed a system to analyze wireless radio signals to detect a person's movement called RF diary. A deep learning algorithm is trained to recognize activities like sleeping reading cooking and watching TV based on how the propagation of radio waves in the room change how they bounce off of stuff. It can also recognize him objects like laptops. The system is given a floor map of the space that it's going to monitor. So it takes a little bit of setup. It then looks at a small amount of video of the person and pairs that with existing data sets of the person s to move around and then it goes. Okay I think the person's doing that I've got a data set that makes me think this. That's how you train the Algorithm for that individual. So it's not a plug and play thing it takes a little training. Our F- diary will then once it's trained generate text descriptions of activities and interactions with objects. See you're not recording video of someone you're not spying on their every move you're just writing down like, oh, they're watching TV they're. GOING, to the kitchen cooking something, it can classify more than thirty activities accurately more than ninety percent of the time and perform as well or better than video system. So it's a good replacement for them. It works in the dark. You don't have to have a light on or use infrared or something like that. The team has tested the system in hospitals and assisted living facilities this again, this is not for spying on you at your home. It's for monitoring people with Parkinson's dementia and COVID. Nineteen. You know you see it's not for spying on me at my home, but that was I thought yeah and. Of course, of course. But of course, you know you think they're going to be like intelligence and military uses for these kinds of things, and that's where my mind went. Immediately, it's pretty cool. Tech I also thought how is at tech? GonNa find a way to use this obviously because that's but you know the actual. Real world. User it is definitely very interesting especially assistant assisted living facilities or if it works if it's miniaturized enough, maybe you can have that as the security system for a parent or someone that's a little bit older that doesn't necessarily need to be in an assisted living facility but that you can keep an eye on without having a camera in their home. There are definitely very cool users for over this. Yeah less invasive out. Yeah I would like to know if while watching TV can tell that I've also fallen asleep. That happens often. Be Able to do that. That's a good question. California battery developer N D This is schools well claims that it's nano-diamond batteries can last twenty, eight, thousand years on a single charge. You just have to be comfortable with the fact that they're made from re purposed nuclear waste. All not everybody will. Be Purifies Radioactive Graphite to create radioactive carbon fourteen diamonds. It then coats those with a layer of carbon twelve diamonds to contain the radioactive material. The structures are then layered themselves to crack electric cells in any size, including AA, AAA, and so on. The levels of radiation are lower than the average human body gives off. So they're low andy be just past to proof of concept tests that saw the batteries manager forty percent charge. It also signed up its first to Beta, test clients one as a leader in nuclear fuel cell products and services. And the other is a leading global aerospace defense and Security Manufacturing Company. Yeah. So this put this on the list of Hey, if they can ever make it commercially viable. This could be great. Whether you'll see people picking up a AA battery at the convenience store. That's you know made from radioactive waste that's going to take a feat of marketing I think. So is it Less radioactive than the human body when it's Coated and if you step on it over sudden, it becomes a nuclear power plant under your shoes. 'cause it's coated with diving. down. The protective gear. I mean I also. Think. Go, ahead, metric the initial ideas deadly. Oh, radioactive material I don't want that but. Twenty eight thousand years on one charge. Essentially, it's the battery that you literally never have to replace. Maybe you make it less radioactivity material and it only lasts for twenty years that would still be pretty good advantages energy wise and and Ecologically are so huge that you may have to consider this at least for some uses and I. think that is probably what they're going for. It's not GonNa be you know the phone in your the battery in your phone, but for some specific uses, it might be really Make a lot of sense to to consider this if it works as they are. Claiming it could and don't forget. It repurposes nuclear waste that would otherwise be. Sitting in a disposal facility some. I mean people are probably going to be more comfortable with the disposal facility than you know in their. Radio. I mean that was my first question was I was like okay twenty eight thousand years. That's silly. I mean in one hundred years that if that actually comes to fruition, I won't be around anyway but would there be a device that could take advantage of at least a fraction of those thousands of years that wouldn't need to be upgraded anyway or the battery would have to be. Taken out and swapped in and that sort of thing. Cars cars. Okay. Sure or if you could. You could build it into a large of battery to supply at home in an emergency would be great because then you could still run everything and not have to worry about having power from a grid. Totally. Well, I think you know when you think of we're talking. The QUINTUPLED DIGITS OF YEARS What kind of car is anybody even be nice. If this were to get to commercial viability it. It's not there yet. It's not clear that they can make this work commercially. They're only getting forty percent at this point, but let's say they got it there and they got past the marketing resistance. To the idea of this being made from nuclear waste, which again I have to stress would be a great thing for taking nuclear waste and making sure that it wasn't polluting our environment If we get past all that then it doesn't matter how long it lasts. It just means you never have to replace a battery again right and even if it's at forty percent, does it mean it only lasts for you know eleven thousand years at forty percent. It lasts a little bit less maybe that's already enough I don't know it's lots of questions. Like with Battery Tech. Don't expect us to be on your shelf. But it's got a lot of promise. If you want to get all the tech headlines each about five minutes, be sure to subscribe to daily Tech Headlines Dot. com. All right folks we've got a decision, but it's the decision and epic versus Apple Settle Back I'm going to try to explain this as best as I can to avoid you falling victim to the misleading headlines that may be out there US District, Court Judge Yvonne, Gonzalez? Rogers ruled Monday that apple does not have to reverse its decision to remove night from its APP store they can keep fortnight night out of the APP store but must hold off terminating epochs developer accounts which are used to support unreal engine. Devils in the details, this is a ruling on a request by epoch for a temporary restraining order it's not a preliminary injunction. You'll see lots of stories refer to that, and it's roughly the same, but it's not a preliminary injunction. We still have that yet to come and it's not the court case itself. This is not the final word. But as judge Gonzales Raj Rogers says herself in the decision a temporary restraining order is quote not a preliminary adjudication on the merits but rather a device for preserving the status quo and preventing the irreparable loss of rights before judgment it's basically saying what's conditions should we let's sit while the court determines who's right? There are four factors under which a temporary restraining order can. Be issued. The first is the likelihood of success on the merits and the judge found that epic certainly raises serious questions, but it's not clear that it would prevail. So that one didn't play into this irreparable harm. This is the question of status quo. If normal conditions aren't maintained, would one of the parties suffer irreparable harm that would be unfair if they won the case. Judge Gonzalez Rogers noted that quote self inflicted wounds are not irreparable injury and therefore regarding fortnight she said the current predicament appears of its own making. Judge Gonzales Rogers also said epic quote strategically chose to breach its agreements with apple. So that's one of the reasons that she's like you can keep fortnight block because epic can change this anytime at wants now regarding apple terminating epochs developer account, which they said they were going to do on August twenty eighth, the judge wrote. Epic International Appears to have separate developer program license agreements with apple and those agreements have not been breached. She's like there's multiple agreements here and you're saying they broke their developer agreement but they didn't break that one. Continuing with what she wrote Moreover Apple is hard-pressed to dispute that even if epic game succeeded on the merits, it could be too late to save all the projects third party. Relying, on the engine that were shelved while support was unavailable. So she's saying harm could come to epic during the court case that would be irreparable and even if they won the case, they could suffer harm and that's not fair. So that's why she saying you can't get rid of the developer account for one they have an agreement that doesn't seem to have been violated because there are multiple agreements and they would suffer irreparable harm. There's a couple other notes. Here, one called balance of equities. That's the third of the four things you have to look at it in a temporary restraining order. This is would a decision leave one side in an inequitable situation will know they're both huge companies they're going to be fine. Apple won't be harmed by letting unreal engine continue and regarding fortnight apple would be just as harmed by letting fort night in with zero percent revenue share as epic will be by keeping it out and. Gonzalez Rogers wrote while the court anticipates experts will opine that apple's thirty percent take as anticompetitive. The court doubts that an expert would suggest as zero percent alternative not even epic games gives away its products for free entire. All right. The fourth thing they look at his public interest and this played into the decision as well. In this case, this means wooded unduly hurt fortnight players or unreal engine developers that aren't part of the case. The judge actually acknowledged that fortnight is really important right now she wrote the court further recognizes that during these Corona Virus Pandemic Times virtual escapes assistant connecting people in providing space that is otherwise unavailable, but she didn't find that that interest outweighed the other public interest of quote requiring private parties to adhere to contractual agreements. She's like sorry, that's not an excuse on the other hand. Stopping. Developer access for the development of unreal engine would definitely harm third parties. She wrote the record shows potential significant damage to both the unreal engine platform itself and to the gaming industry generally including on both third party developers and games epic games and Apple are at Liberty to litigate against each other. But their disputes should not create havoc to by standards and the judge notes her previous determination that it isn't obvious that epic. Violated terms regarding unreal engine with epic International. She's like there's another agreement here that they didn't even violate. So in summary because epic could easily fixed the night situation and there isn't enough harm to epic or players by keeping it out, the fortnight band is allowed to stand. But because there are separate agreements regarding unreal engine and it would definitely harm third party developers apple may not suspend epochs whole developer account affecting unreal engine now. Like I said, this is not the end. There will now be a full hearing on the preliminary injunction on September twenty eighth. It's essentially a less urgent version of the same thing. Again, the temporary restraining order only lasts to get them to that preliminary injunction where they will determine what the status quo should be during the case case going to go over all this again. The actual court case over this won't be scheduled until after that preliminary injunction has decided and that's unlikely to happen this year. Hence, the importance placed on these injunctions because they're deciding what the status quo will be for the next year or more. You know I think it was I I. Don't know if you read the unofficial minutes of the hearing by I think it was Sarah John Young, young really fascinating stuff. judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers. Got Everything right. In my opinion she understood the intricacies of everything including video games aspect she she was like as a tech. A connoisseur I thought she was. An expert in everything she said understood and and decided it was impressive. Now, it seems like she I mean, this is what I said probably would happen yesterday, and so it did we didn't get any shockers here. said she agrees with Tom's matter. Whether you agree with them or not. You can participate in our sub. Submitting stories and voting on others at daily Tech. News show. Dot. Reddit. Dot Com who agrees with me in the mill. Oh, it's Dan Dan Lives in Bristol and says, it's wet and windy note sunny. No, it's rainy and what the Hell is going on Dan. I. Hear that he mulled us about yesterday's discussion that we had about slack and email and civility in how workplaces are dealing with that Dan has a top tip for those of you using outlook and says, I have a rule set up on my outlook account that I call all did you really want to say that it states after I send this message defer delivery by two minutes and less. Flagged as high priority. 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Is there a chance that because the jags aren't very good right now that offensive line and they just lost travis at ti in their first round. Draft pick gardner shoe would be your quarterback to start out with the jags. Maybe that's why urban meyer hasn't officially declared who starting quarterback is so he will join us coming up here in a little bit. We'll talk some college football. The alliance is sort of official curb. Street from the mothership will join us coming up in a little bit. Play the day stat of the day. And you're welcome to dial in email tweet all the above you can watch on peacock that's our streaming partner. You can download the app. Want for free. Also our radio partners around the country hardly breaking news by the way the orioles lost again. Last night they lost to the angels fourteen eight. That's nineteen consecutive losses. The last time we had a streak this long as two thousand five. The royals lost nineteen interro. The modern record set by the phillies in nineteen sixty one. They lost twenty three in a row. The all time record the louisville colonels in eighteen eighty nine loss twenty six in a row. This used to be a prowled baseball franchise. They don't pay anybody even though they have some talent in the farm system. They're not turning the corner anytime soon. Everybody else in their division is a better franchise you the red sox and the yankees spend money tampa's just a well run organization but it's got to be depressing for oriole fans. You still have a great stadium. A storied history but you shouldn't be a perennial cellar dweller but here. We are closing on history. And you'd like to say they're brighter days ahead but it doesn't feel that way for a franchise that should truly be embarrassed by this losing streak and not only this season but in previous seasons it's one thing to tank and we've seen this teams have done this. They've tanked and they've won championships. But you're not guaranteed anything you might be bad. But you're not getting trevor lawrence who could be generational type quarterback. You're gonna get somebody who might be coming out of high school. Maybe even somebody who's spent a couple of years in college but that doesn't mean it translates to success anytime soon but the orioles a bad baseball team a bad organization yes bone. They've made the playoffs five times in the past forty years. That's got to be one of the worst five out of forty even in the wildcard era. They've only made it three times in the wild career mclovin. You got a poll question today. Can we go super negative. Just maybe not as a whole question by topic which franchise is in the worst shape right now because Are there any teams. that has basil. Oriels i just saw the bengals have not won a playoff game since nineteen ninety. Okay now i got roughed up yesterday on twitter because they said something about the bengals that i didn't think they were going to be that good but you know how is that. They're a young team. Aren't you allowed to be knocking rebuild. These days i. My job is to be honest. I don't play favorites. I up in cincinnati. And every time i say something about the rest of the bengals people's in how can you say this you grew up in. I know i did grow up there. But when i took a job at espn. I took my phantom and put it to the side. That's all now if cincinnati does well great but i don't i don't root against them i just you got joe borough coming back. I don't know how healthy is going to be this year. Jomar chase has not impressed anybody so far this year and you have. I think sixth toughest schedule strength of schedule in the nfl. You play in the afc north. You got the browns and the ravens who are going to be good. It's all just trying to be honest. With what i see here. But it's these everybody is hoping yeah. You hope that you're going to be decent this year. I deal in reality not hope. Yeah paulie it is funny though because if you say something negative about any team what are you. Know your national guy. You don't live here you don't know what the teams about you don't cover day-to-day but if you say something positive about a franchise air is vp back in our squad. And he knows his stuff he knows. What the bengals are all about. Those are the bears are all about or whatever rock. Yeah i just deal with. What is reality here. I talked to people i read. It's not based in. Let me just say stuff. There's no hot takes here. We don't do any of that silliness and just try to give you an honest approach here. yes todd. But it's all glasses half-full versus half empty thing because everybody zero zero right now. No one's played yet. So are you gonna take the attitude with your team that you're tied for first place in your division as you should or do you mean go. You're tied for last place but you deal in false. Hope i always do okay. But i don't i don't isn't it refreshing to think. Maybe maybe this is the year. Maybe yes you can but you have to be realistic because the chiefs are really good. Right chargers appeared to be good. But everybody's tied for first place. So you're dealing in false whole yes. I don't i mean you gotta broncos jersey on today do all the one yes. Brian greasy are coming. But i don't have any loyalty to any fan base that you missed that though. I do passionate when you're all dressed up in your gear or an cave is filled with orange and black band stuff but i was like twelve years of age when i was doing. Not you'll have to grow up. You could be. Peter pan could be a kid could be whatever age and where your stuff and go crazy i know but i i just that's not what i do. I don't do that anymore. Yes don't you think it might be actually healthier to think have doubts about your team and think they're going to underachieve as a bears fan. I usually think or a cub fan. I just think this doesn't feel good. It doesn't look good. The lines not good and then it's a healthy when over achieve. Maybe i don't know. I mean i don't i. Don't give out advice on fandom. Because do i miss that that that high you get or that pain when you lose yes i do but my job is to be across the board as neutral and unbiased as possible. Ater by way. Another team for that. Worst franchise paul and this team. I know you actually do root for longest drought in the nba sacramento kings fourteen years since the playoffs. That is an organization that attacking mitch use. Yeah yeah that's true t. wolves are right behind. Those are the two. And then. I guess in baseball. The pirates and the mariners are the to really long playoff drought. Soon pilots ashamed visit. More talented has gone through that to him now. They just can't keep everybody there but it's wonderful baseball town. You know baltimore's wonderful baseball town as well. Yeah paulie but why doesn't seem like the yankees get more criticism franchise. I think they haven't made the world series in twelve years. That's a long time for them when they spend top three every year. That to me seems worse than like a a a a middle of the road team not making it. Well i think they've been criticized and that the red sox have been successful during that. We're a good portion of that twelve year run and you know and tampa has been successful as well. But we'll see if we can upset a fan base today accidentally. Yes ma'am i do agree with that. The yankees take some heat locally. People are mad. What if you do local radio when your team is doing really well. It's not good radio like your fans may love that the team's doing well but the yankees were interesting when they were losing not winning eleven in a row or twelve in a row. it's like What are we talk about. But then when you're not playing well it's like i can't believe this and they gotta make a change and they gotta do. This and i knew he was going to be a bust. He should be fighting like all of these things. When your team does well locally. It's a little bit tougher at at least as a host because you're like Let's talk about how great the yankees are. There's no real temperature there. Yes you the yankees are in sort of an unwinnable position unless you're fan because either they're not winning and spending all that money or they are winning while yeah they spent all that money. It doesn't it doesn't really matter. The yankees have won eleven in a row. What it means right now. Nothing but they've won eleven in a row. Yes poll think the worst position in the nfl to be a team. That's like seven and nine seven ten this year. we're not close enough to have a top three draft pick and you just missed the playoffs. So it's kind of that. No man's land. It's tough to cover yet and that's where you want to be either really good or really bad. It feels like because if you really good. You're playing for a championship getting into the playoffs. If you really bad you're going to be in line to get a hydraulic mclovin. That's why it's crazy to me. That justin fields fell to the bears at eleven. He should've been gone by four. You know sometimes you sneak up. Remember to shawn. Watson fell and the homes fell a little bit with mahomes net. Not everyone knew. But the shawn watson. Why did that guy fall regardless of what's happening now this program brought to you by the good folks at 'em drive drive dot com compete with the younger guys with dr. The supplement for driven men that supports healthy testosterone levels while boosting energy and strength. Is it dr. Dan dot com free shipping. Sixty day guaranteed. Don't let each beach. You refined your prime with 'em drive. What other fan bases get upset with. Things that are said on this show. Yeah college football fan bases. You don't wanna mess with them. There's very little sense of humor in some towns around america yet but we love college football but who gets upset. Who's gotten upset here recently with something that i've said you said the bengals fans were upset yesterday so some bango fan called. You actually been two days ago. The jags traditionally get on your case. One i don't know they have this organization like anybody who hints at the. Jags are looking at london or anything. They like have some algorithm where they find them out and say this guy said the. Jags might have an odd fit. Something going on but the fact that they played in london every year. I don't know there's a very high sensitivity. I understand that you don't want to lose your franchise. Absolutely i get it. It's just you. They're calling out by with a lot of people. Yeah but i. I understand that i mean but you're owner is the one who keeps this. Open your your owners. The one who openly flirted with london. Although we haven't heard much about this lately. I mean ten years ago. It was a big deal but i hope they stay in jacksonville. I don't need expansion around the world. I don't need a team in germany. it goes back to i. Just tell you what i honestly feel. I don't go how can i get clicks. If that's the case all i talk about would be the cowboys every day. But it's dealing with all of these different fan basis. Cnc the danilovich moves the needle. Oh yeah let's talk about the backup quarterback situation let's talk about the cowboys hard knocks. Yes point about a year and a half ago. Joe borough is coming out of. Lsu we on the show. If you were joe borough would you consider Pulling any eli manning. Or pulling john elway and not going to the bengals. We we discussed as an option. You didn't advocate it. You said would a guy like him do that. In this culture where players are wagging the dog and it was a story for a couple of days in cincinnati inquirer. Dave clarke wrote the story. And then i think he actually came on the show and interview honor show and you said. Hey i'm just presenting options not calling the bengals out. Well then joe. Borough had some comments where he was vague wanting to play for cincinnati when we had him on at the super bowl. I i didn't make this up. Just ask the question if cincinnati wins again crate. All i root for is a great store. Let's sit bengals winning a super bowl. Great story pig. Yes skyline goldstar for everybody. Yes mclovin to baffled. Never see that singer. Patrick flunky calls bengals again saying they wanna playoff games. It's nine hundred ninety. What are we talking about here. Why are you defending yourself for saying the bengals or rebuilding won four games. Two games. the last eight years they wait. They got upset that i said they were rebuilding. They yeah you're like all like wow you know you first of all you love joe burger. Yeah tomorrow chase. Has some jobs. Looks like you know it's gonna be a long process. Eric said i didn't drop the ball. Jomar chase dropped the ball. Joe borough got hurt. I can i. I'm just saying he hasn't looked one hundred percent. Jomar chase hasn't done what we thought he was going to do. And goes and there. They got a tough schedule. That's it talking. Hairdo calls out hometown team again like choirs. Schedules to tough. Yes okay. I have people. I grew up with who were part of the zero club. The zero club showed up and they almost relish the fact. The bengals were losers. They call themselves zero club. I've been around the franchise. Since they shown up nipper stadium. I was there. I saw all it turncoat. Patrick says bring back. Zero club headline standing choir. Want this means. You can't pick a certain team to win the super bowl these dead be. You'll be putting salt on a wound if you pick the browns. You can't pick the browns now. The browns were my first team growing up. Oh oh my gosh you making more enemies than cincinnati as we talk member new. I had this revelation couple of years ago. I said i grew up in zanesville. Ohio and i i the the bengals warning in existence i watched the cleveland browns every sunday there on where jim brown i saw him play leroy kelly. That's what i grew up with. Frank ryan the quarterback paul warfield. And then i moved to cincinnati. I went to watch the bengals clue. How much sensitivity is there in that. Ohio state michigan rivalry. That seems like people get very emotional. I'm not going to say. I like michigan. You know i'm not gonna do that that. That would be drastic to say that because i. I don't like michigan michigan. Ruined my childhood. Every thanksgiving some no name quarterback when beating the ohio state. Damn i hated michigan. Love the uniforms. But i hated michigan. Apple patrick uses in michigan. Same sentence says uniforms better than ohio. State buckeyes that's the headline. My god i love the passion but man just be realistic about it by the way. I don't read your comments. They go to mclovin. Mclovin always does this. This fan base doesn't like you. Like what did i do. Occasionally throw that out there. I'll go man mclovin and you're really upsetting. This fan. base will not like you upset but really what did they say here. I don't think it's a good idea for you mean twitter comments. They're really mean. I know i know people don't like to go to twitter. Praise hey take on. You're gonna see that a lot. Let me take a break here. We'll talk about the alliance. Acc big ten pac twelve will. We'll talk to brian greasy. Coming up next. Is he all on. Jameis winston as the starting quarterback. Could he see jacksonville. Start gardner men shoe. Instead of trevor lawrence. We'll take a break brian. What we're having a michigan guy. 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I heard salisbury and get back in the day about fan react. No no no. No when i work with sean salisbury. And they would read the comments while we were on the air and then they would get mad and nobody knows what you're mad about because somebody said something to you on twitter bryan greece. Espn monday night. Football analyst and monday night football kicking off september thirteenth. That'll be the ravens and the raiders on the mothership with steve. Levy louis riddick brian greasy. Brian's foundation by the way judy's house helps children who have lost a partner sibling. And it's been around for more than fifteen years broke ground on a new facility. Judy sales for grieving children and families find out more at judy's house dot org. Brian how are you today. good morning. i'm doing great how are you. How do you do with twitter. How does twitter is it in your life now. I would say it's not much a part of my life. I use it to get news a timely fashion but in this in this industry it's hard to go back and forth on that medium. It's it's a. It's a tough once. Why voyage most. You ended up at michigan. But you grew up in miami was was your dad with the dolphins at the time. And that's how you ended up. You were there in miami. And then how'd you end up in michigan. Yeah it's a you know. My dad went to purdue and he was really hoping that i would go to purdue. I wasn't very highly recruited. Dan out a high school. I think i think i had two or three. Scholarship offers one of which was produced. When i told my dad. I said dad's great school. But i don't wanna be engineer Which is known for engineering. So our walk on at michigan so not only am. I not gonna go to y'all mater and get my education paid for i'ma go to a rival and you're going to have where were you on the depth chart who was ahead of you at michigan. I think i was six or seven on the depth chart of back. Then there there were guys. Elvis crubaugh At just tod collins on jay riemersma ended up being a tight end in the nfl bills yet. Jason kerr the other quarterback who was scholarship quarterback scott leffler. Tom brady wasn't there yet. That was two years later but ended up having to compete with them as well but it was a process. It took me three or four years seating smithfield. What did you know about brady. So your june junior brady comes in. We nervous about losing your job. I was always fighting to keep my job The year before tom came in they signed the number. One overall recruit in the country ended up. Being scott drives block who played as a freshman went on played for the raiders so every year. It was top three or four quarterback in the country. So when. Tom came in and just looking at tom the way he looked longhairs. California is not the greatest athlete in the world It wasn't like everybody was. Oh my gosh. the next cat ultimately so it was. It was an experience for me to battle and after to earn my playing time there for sure. Okay but what is it though because radio shows up same thing when he went to the combine like. Nobody did anything nobody went. Wow oh my god you gotta see this guy. So what is it about brady that separates him from anybody who's played this position yet the f. i had to sum up in in in one sense it would be he. He's willing to sacrifice more than anybody else and that sacrifice could be a number of different things right. His diet is time his body. I think that that's what that's what differentiates any does start from. Scratch every single year. When he comes to training camp he feels like he has an accomplice. John that in that mindset that mentality that competitiveness and that willingness to sacrifice if i had to sum it all up. That's what makes him different. He's not out there looking for for other things to do outside of football until he retires and who knows what he's going to retire. I think i think he could have his best year this year. It's all lined up for him with the team. The the pieces that are back the organization and so there's no reason for him to stop playing until he's not enjoying it anymore and i would say he's enjoying it more than ever has. Can you teach what brady has. I don't think so. No i think it has to be earned. Everything has to be learned. And you know he learned that Through difficult experiences. I mean it was not an easy journey for him at michigan people. Forget that that he. He probably should have been starting quarterback but he was forced to split time with withdrew and he had to earn everything he got and he constantly heard that it wasn't fast enough. He wasn't a big enough in alabama floor. All those things and that was ingrained in him and he kept that and so. I think it's it's experiential for him. I don't think that's something that's innate. He's brian greasy. Espn monday night. Football analyst former nfl quarterback he got a chance to see the saints. And the jags let me start with the saints. What is sean payton waiting for in naming his starting quarterback. Yeah we spent about an hour. Halfway through sean This past weekend. And honestly dan. I think he's genuinely conflicted or at least he was when we had the conversation before the game. I think that he has so much respect as you should for taste some hill and what he has done for this team what. He sacrificed what he needs to the team that that he wanted to be intentional about creating a level playing field for this competition and and i think he. He tried his best. He could do that now. We talked to taste as well and tastes understands that there is a value that he brings to this team to this offense. Outside of the quarterback position that potentially could weigh against him in the evaluation. And i think that everybody understood that. But but sean was trying to create a level playing field. I think that's why this took so long and tastes some hill in the past. Seven to ten days in camp really has played well and had scotland coaches attention. So i think if you would ask sean. After the first two weeks a camp. I think it his mind he would saying it was it was james and then the third week at camp tastes him came on and then what happened on monday night. James could not have played better not just with the way to the ball but with the way he executed at ran the offense made checks. At the line of scrimmage and so i think the i think the decision is probably made at this point after watching monday night And i would expect sean to to come with that. You trust jameis. winston. I trust jameis winston under. Sean pay sean. Payton is one of the best quarterback coaches in the league. I think that james obviously no he has the physical talent We know that he's that he wants it. I think he's been humbled I think that he understands that. It's not necessarily about him. What it's about this this team. And and that he doesn't have to be superman. Every time he walks out of the but that he needs to execute and i think he's learned from drew. Brees have been a better situation for james succumb into an watch for a year and to learn from drew an anti lose james's aggressiveness ability to throw the ball down the field which we saw monday night but to incorporate more of the underneath check downs and understanding situational football keeping the team moving protectable. Uganda defense. So i trust janusz in that system in tampa with dirk koetter and bruce barren and people that wanted to push the ball down the field and didn't get backs out didn't allow to the ball down all the time. Listener allotted dirty hands in. Those thirty interceptions wasn't just janus. So i expect to see a different quarterback this season for the saints deserve meyer. Nobody's getting into urban meyer smart smart smart coach around. He has not been around the nfl. Ah give you that But i think he understands what he's getting into I don't know that he understands the level of competition on a weekend and week out basis and how hard that's gonna be and i think that is one fifteen football tea. I know are never been part of that. So with a rookie quarterback in in a franchise it's trying to redefine itself and on top of all of that. They're trying to crash these two forms of offense together one. Nfl offense with daryl babble in what he's done throughout his career minnesota seattle and then you bring in. Urban ideas spread offense from college that he has some non-negotiables that they want incorporate into the offense. So how they mesh those two things together in front of an offensive line that that's not very good. That's not a great recipe in. And and then how does urban handle the losing on base. That's there's a lot of question marks ter- well in trevor lawrence. Trevor has lost a total of four games in his high school in college career combined. He's gonna lose that by the end of october. Probably do you think that there's a chance jacksonville would go with gardner men shoe to start the season because that offensive line is not very good in almost let trevor kind of ease into dip his toe into it as opposed to going into the deep end of the pool. I do and i know that that probably doesn't sound right. And i'm one overall draft pick a not starting week one. But if you know urban meyer he the one thing he doesn't care about what the fans thank. He doesn't care about what the media thinks. He's gonna make the decision. That's best for trevor lawrence and i. I don't think that this has been about competition. Obviously trump lawrence is going to be the quarterback for the jaguars when that happens is the question. And i think you're exactly right. We've talked about this monday night. They don't have an offense of line to protect. Trevor wars as it stands right now so one of the things that urban mentioned us for week. Talk this past weekend. Is he talks to his quarterback. Joe borough from ohio state quarterback. He called him right when they drafted trevor lawrence and he said listen. What can i do to protect this kid. You know and we saw what happened with joe in cincinnati. He said listen. You have to run the ball and get the ball out fast. Those are the two things that joe said in urban says. I'm gonna call joe once a week every week to to kind of learn from him houses experience as a rookie first overall pick and what can we do to support that. So it's not an urban meyer. He's trying to do the right thing. By trevor lawrence and i. I don't disagree with them if he starts gordon vinci week one. That's gonna be about protection. Better arm elway. Or mahomes while That's a tough one You know. I watched john elway up-close my rookie season. And he did some things that i had never seen before Patrick is more creative and innovative With arm angles and off platform rose and that john. I've never seen anybody that when he got his feet set and he stepped into something. I have never seen anybody. The heart Hardball him patrick. I think can can throw it further off platform not meet his feet but still think john elway could. He had a howitzer. Man it was. It was unbelievable. Watch and elway was probably thirty. Six thirty seven at the time when you when the team. Yes i mean i. I would watch film of him in his early years. In right i mean the drive. Some of the throws that he that he would make in tight windows down the field. I just. I've never seen that before now. Josh allen has a little bit more of that i think he gets his feet set down the field driving throws that looks a little bit more. Like i like in mahomes to steph curry. I think he is too quarterbacks. What steph curry is to shooters. Now that doesn't mean mahomes will be the greatest quarterback of all time. But i think what we're seeing with him. You're probably gonna have a lot of quarterbacks while we've seen this already they're emulating this just like steph curry trying to emulate. Every you know your kids out there. You know fifth-grader trying to shoot like steph curry quarterbacks are going to be trying to throw like patrick mahomes do you. Do you agree with that parallel. So it's funny my son's twelve. He's we're throwing the ball out there. And i'm trying you know. I have the prototypical of motion. I'm trying to Elbow appear all this trying to teach them the proper mechanics just like my dad. Thirty years ago taught media and he's out here arms sideways comma. Mike does your son have a better than you look. Zach wilson. Muzak is doing some of that that stuff so listen it. It takes an unbelievable athlete to do that. But i think kids will be experimenting more An offenses will be experimenting more. So i think you're gonna see more for that style of play coming up from high school. College relates to the nfl. Your son have a better arm than you. Listen i had a little bit better onto my dad. My dad at zakayev. Pick mercury morris ian and after you know air the ball downfield. I'd bit better now and now my son. Yeah he's he's definitely a better than me. My my daughter has better on. When did you realize your dad was famous. I used to go to training camp. And you know. I'd go out there and and you'd have manny fernandez. Larry little these guys back. Then they were big domain fernandez. Two hundred sixty pounds plan defensive. Tackle that that wouldn't slide more but to me back then go on to camp He let me sit in a in a cold. Tub and otto after practice guys and just listen to the band And just the respect. They had for my dad back then. That's probably the first memory of my dad being the quarterback for the miami dolphins sitting in a meeting room with don shula for for the quarterbacks watch film. I still remember those days so it was pretty early on. I know that my dad was hot stuff. Gosh you're in there. And with don shula shula shula's could be tough like you know. He was no nonsense. And i i. I can't imagine your daddy's probably saying be quiet to sit there. Don't say anything you're probably going around like little boys do yes. I'm in the back back of the room. And i used to sit with the. They had a legendary equipment manager. Bobby the monica who back is used two semi home with shoes and stuff for For football practice and whatnot. But i sat in the back. And i just i couldn't say anything But but just just listening to some of the stories they tell stories. How shula so it's interesting. You bring this up because next year. Dan twenty twenty. Two is the fiftieth anniversary of the undefeated season. And unfortunately we've lost shulan. Jay scott passed away recently in nevada. Connie's gone langer and there's a lot of of those great players who are no longer with us but but i'm i'm fired up excited about the fiftieth anniversary of that team and getting them back together in some here and some of the old stories and hopefully we get a chance for you know the rest of the people that love football to hear some of the great stories of that season. I think it's a great opportunity to celebrate them. Do where you're super bowl ring. No i do not You know i I was a rookie. Dan and i threw three passes. That season was a completion. For two yards was an incompletion and one was an interception. So i i don't i don't wear that very often. Is it there in the room now. My son now. I'm gonna have to move because everybody over. You wanna find greasy super bowl ring. It's in the soccer. Hey great to talk to. You have fun with the season coming up there. It'll be week one. 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Do you subscribe to game New segment we'll philosophy subscribe to we. Don't we need the wording for. I heard some guys talking on the different shows. Nfl espn mothership about a philosophy. When you have a subpar offensive line so blank team has a subpar off line. Do you start the veteran quarterback that you're planning replacing anyway because you really don't care if that person gets hurt like andy dalton or garmin shoe for those teams in good or do you start the athletic rookie. Who could avoid the rush a little bit and make the most out of a spotty line situation like justin fields or trevor lawrence. You can only pick one philosophy. Pick your philosophy be well you know when it comes to gardner minhsiu i. I would start gardner minhsiu instead of trevor lawrence. Just because i gotta look at this long term. And i go back to what happened to andrew luck andrew lock was going to be a hall of famer and he's out of football and he's what thirty two years of age joe borough was there. He had some great moments there but he got roughed up. I know you can't put them. You can't hermetically seal them. But then i got. I got a risk the number of times. When i think you could get really really banged up and if it's just a month let me get that offensive line. Let me figure out. What is our philosophy. Here we just lost travis at ten and that's your third down back and you probably could have drafted an offensive lineman with that pick but i would. I would start gardner men shoe instead of trevor lawrence to start out the jets have pretty good offensive. Line the bears have a decent offensive line. The other rookie quarterback's back the patriots got a really good offensive line. That's good offensive line. I mean zach. Wilson has to start. They don't have a backup. Here you know trae. Lance is playing with a super bowl caliber roster there if he gets a chance to play but with trevor lawrence. I would look at long-term. Not just i gotta start him. Because he's the number one overall pick. We want that excitement there. You're you're not going to be a great team. You're not going to be a good team. Want to be a competitive team. But i want trevor lawrence. Playing at the end of the season forming his. Joe borough started out really well and he was taken some pops. We got hit and then ended up with the knee surgery. Glove menchu was one in fifteen with his team last year. Though like. I don't know if you win with him though which trying to win but urban meyer go crazy that i know but who's going to go crazier if trevor lawrence her. Yeah and he's probably gonna ask him to run because he wants to win so bad this. It's not it. They're trying to throw it all together. Put it in a blender and then poured out and go. Here we go. How's it taste new. You're gonna go. From what i saw against the saints. I would not have trevor lawrence out there because he is gonna wanna make plays because he's made plays all of his career he's the number one overall pick he's going to be compared to the other rookie quarterback's that's where it gets dangerous here. Got to know what you need to know when you need to know it. And we've seen quarterbacks young quarterbacks like rg three he'd be out of there and all of a sudden you get popped and you go. You can't keep doing that. And he'd run around any get pop. You know you can't keep doing that. I just don't want my quarterback getting out there trying to do more than what he can do. Y'all mclovin some. Quarterbacks can take hit so like lamar. Jackson can slither away trevor lawrence. You'd think he'd be. He feels borough right well you he's he's athletic and he's a big guy but that means you're bigger target. I mean there's only one lamar jackson. Yeah pulling yeah. There's not a lamar jackson type. 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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 1 - Tony Dungy (01-24-19)

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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 1 - Tony Dungy (01-24-19)

"It's all about me. Dan, Patrick gas. There is more where that came from click back for new episodes all week, log this is firefighter Raphael Pori yet for firehouse subs. Introducing the new spicy Cajun chicken sub Cajun seasons grilled chicken, breast zesty cherry peppers and housemaid Cajun mayo just five fifty five for medium. Remember a portion of every sub you buy cups provide life safety equipment for personal sponsors firehouse subs. Enjoy more subs. Save more lives. Limited time only. Plus tax participating locations by ourselves with. Tony the minimum of one million dollars in two thousand nineteen thousand firehouse subs public safety foundation by donating point one one percent of every purchase broadcasting from the Mercedes men. This is Dan Patrick biz our one on this Thursday, Dan and the danettes Dan Patrick show. We're man down for t- home today. I'm going to tell him to stay home tomorrow just to make sure. You know, he he came in yesterday. And I didn't think it was a good idea. I said you gotta go see a doctor here. So fritzy's out today and the happiest person in the building. Is mclovin. Thank you, Dan. Yes. You're welcome. Should we bring him suitable week at Atlanta? Yeah, I'm going to bring him to Atlanta. But he's not he can't come in tomorrow for meet Friday. He's gotta stay home. And I told him I said, you know, I appreciate that. You're you're coming in. And you know, it's you're not getting a hero's. Welcome though. I'd rather you got healthy and stayed at home. So fritzy's at home today. Listening to the show texting. And emailing the show. Fritzy, just take it easy. Got a big week coming up next week in Atlanta. And you can join us if you'd like, I don't know. Maybe people don't wanna show up now that they know fritzy is hacking up whatever he's hacking up. Yeah. Paulie? It's really not that much different. When he's not here. He's still emails me when he wants to talk to me about something or text me even know what he's home fifty miles away versus eight feet away. Yeah. I don't know what that is with you to your separated by about twelve feet. I just see emails all of us during the show. Yeah. That's that passive aggressive that fritzy is famous for. So fritzy is at home today. But mclovin tear police here. Seaton's here in yours truly you'd like to get in touch with the program you can in a variety of Lay's eight seven seven three DP show. Twitter handle with DP show, Email address DP, Dan, Patrick dot com. Good morning. Good morning to our radio and TV partners around the country. Tony dungee will join us coming up in a little bit here. Who's concerned about getting sick before they go to Atlanta? Or when they get to Atlanta, anybody, mclovin, I guess you have to be sitting next to fritzy this time of year too. You know, definitely vulnerable. Well, it is cold and flu season polling is there. Anything you could. I don't think about it. Because I don't think it can help. I think that makes it worse. Like being a hypochondriac? Is there anything you can do to prevent getting sick? Besides avoiding people who are sick. I mean as medicine, orange juice. My wife is steadfast and saying you're gonna have echinacea and orange juice. I honestly don't know what echinacea. I just know it doesn't taste good. So I assume that it helps you because it doesn't taste good. But she says every twenty minutes, you gotta have orange juice echinacea. So I brought in a whole canister container. I e they hooked me up an IV. I think that'd probably be easier. Yes. Mclovin. So I don't want to open a can of worms here. But every year since my kids are born I've gotten a flu shot this year. I was not available the day. We all went to get it. I've been sick three times. This winter never been sick and the eight previous winners. Yes. Bill out the bunk that my family this year. None of us got a flu shot except for my youngest daughter. Molly who seven she is homesick this week with the flu she officially has the flu. And she got the flu shot see Connor slot of vitamins. I take vitamin C vitamin d everyday. And then I take a immunity build like an immune system. Builder nature. Kind of thing. You put in a shot glass shoot. Maybe my immune system's like a tank plow right through Super Bowl week onto Pebble Beach like not even a sniff. Well, let's do immunity shots out of immunity shots in here. Nobody takes care of their body. Quite like, you do see I'm I'm likely, I'm the most healthy here. But that's not saying alive. System is so poisoning. They can't possibly get pickled too. I think I think any kind of disease that starts to enter your body goes near as no way of camping out here. Dude, nothing to feed off of in this no smell moving to this side of the tracks. Not going here. All right. So fritzy's out for the day and probably tomorrow, we are in Atlanta next week, Dan in Atlanta dot com, if you'd like to come out and watch the show we'll be there Monday through Friday packed a guest list. So it'll be a lot of fun. We always look forward to that. And then right after that we come back for one day to do the show on Monday right after the Super Bowl, and then we'd fly to Pebble Beach. So we'll be out there for the Pebble Beach Pro-Am. We heard I heard from Jim Nance because last year we we had Jim on. He said, hey wanted to come over to my house, and let's I'll make you breakfast. And let's go out in my backyard, and we'll play on the the par-three that I have there. And so I said guys Jim Nancy's inviting us over to his house breakfast. And then he's got a par three in his backyard. That is reminiscent of the twelve or the seventh hole at Pebble Beach. The famous part three. So I, you know, I didn't even have to finish the invitation the dentist go. Let's go right now. So the show ends like let's go right now. So we go out there. Jim Nance has omelettes. We sit out on the front porch that overlooks the Pacific Ocean. And then we go in the backyard. He's got the par-three. He's got the music. Hello friends. He's got the Gusta music. And it's just unbelievable. And we have this competition comes down to the final shot. And Jim was announcing the he was Jim Nance the Gulf announcer. And we're out there hitting wedge shots, and he had the music going, the Gusta music, and it was it was great. It was really really fun day. So I I just thought let me reach out to Jim because we always love having him on he lives about a quarter of a mile from where we're going to be the driving range at Pebble Beach. And I said, hey, just want to give you a heads up looking. Forward to seeing you at Pebble Beach response tell so he goes all you got to come over for breakfast. You know, we gotta have a rematch. So I'm telling them the dead end. So I get this text from Jim, and it was like this huge because he didn't want us to leave last year because we were there two hours. And then he goes, hey for you leave got some wine for you. We go into his wine cellar, and he's loading us up with his wine the calling and I went I mean, this is great. And he said, hey, got a return match there. And we'll be in the back yard with Jim. Yep. If we stayed another fifteen minutes, we would have given us v neck sweaters as gifts or something. It was like MTV cribs. The Jim Nance version like if you would have said Jim Nance had a real baller house. What would he have? That's exactly what I thought. He would have overlooking pebble. It's the him giving out Super Bowl trophies. And it must go into his office. Yeah. Oh, my. Gosh. Yeah. It was pretty cool when he turned on the music we were out and he's like, oh, wait hold on. We have to make it official and on his phone. He hits play and booming throughout his backyard is the masters it was he should unreal. He should really have a fantasy camp at his house for people who are golfing, and I'm not kidding. I would pay. Well, he says that he invites people over and then he has a plaque. If you get a hole in one on his part three. So there's a stone there. David Ferte of all people has a hole in one. I think Nick Faldo has one. But if you make a hole in one you get your name on a plaque that's on Iraq right by the thi box there in Jim's backyard, but get ready get your game ready for Pebble Beach in Jim's backyard already I mentioned Tony will join us coming up. James harden? Did it again last night a career high sixty one rockets beat the Knicks? I thought he was going to get seventy the game was closed and the way harden was playing in. I was also watching because I think there's an unfair label on James harden. Okay. He's a ball hog. Well, he has to be. And I was wondering how many times is he trying to throw to a teammate and I had four where guy said wide open shots, and they didn't make them. So I think he realizes I don't have cappella own Chris Paul whom I thrown into I think Eric Gordon has been injured a little bit. So you're watching and you're going he has to score every night. But sixty one against the next that ties Kobe for the most points scored by visitor in the garden. You know, he's the MVP last season. And rightfully so I think people wanted that story in they do the writers the voters want a story hardens, not a new story. Although he's gotten better than last year in his I think he's been averaging like there. There's some crazy numbers with him that what he's averaged? So he scored at least. Fifty five points three times this month. He's averaging fifty two points over his last five games. Like, this is mind boggling, even if you're a ball hog. I mean, he he's still doing something that we haven't seen in a long long time, and he has to score. But this offense of creativity is just fun to watch. Because you know, I love me some offense and I'm not big on passing or defense. But he just doesn't have any help. And there are a lot of MVP candidates. It feels like, you know, the writers of the voters are trying to get to the Greek freak. Now, they tried with Anthony Davis that didn't work out. Now, you're kind of leaning towards the Greek freak the bucks are playing great basketball. But James harden is not going away anytime soon, and you're watching these defenses and you throw a multiple multiple amounts of guys towards him. So different shot a sizes and shapes. And you're just saying I go out and see what you can do. And it's a fresh body. But. You know that step back three and he loves contact. He's going to get to the free throw line. You know, you're getting their fifteen or twenty times it feels like but. You know, he's shooting on a lot of threes in a lot of free throws. Now, he's attempted, you know, at least fifteen threes and fifteen free throws multiple times thirteen times this year. Nobody else has done it more than once harden has attempted fifteen at least fifteen threes. And at least fifteen free throws in the same game thirteen times. It's incredible watching him. And it's must see TV because you're just night. He's the guy that if you said can anybody get to eighty one harden would be the guy because the rockets aren't going to blow you out you gotta have a competitive game. You keep him in. You got a coach who has given him the green light. There's no other option there, and he would be the guy. But I thought last night I think he had nineteen in the first quarter, and I go here you go. You know, he's probably going to get probably going to get at least fifty all of a sudden it looks like he's to get sixty. Victor oladipo. I don't know if he's gone for the rest of the season but got injured last. I looked bad look like me cap issue. And he injured the end he he's a wonderful player and playing defense and came down awkwardly and. Looks like he's done for the year. Looked like it. I think he was resigned to the fact that you know, they knew it was serious. And the Pacers said that it was serious. But those were two things that I was watching last night. I mean, I'm watching harden. And then all of a sudden all the depot gets injured. I was watching that. I was watching Tennessee beat vandy and overtime. And it's weird to see number one Tennessee because you're always thinking all Pat summitt, you know, Tennessee, volunteer. No the men's team the men's team, but they beat vandy they needed overtime to do. So tonight, the warriors in the wizards timber wolves Lakers. Lebron still not back. Who's Iowa plan tonight poli Michigan state at Iowa? Okay. Love love. I will home game was January game and the cold. Yeah. Right. Mclovin. You got a poll question for me. Yeah. We could go in several directions. Let's start with James harden. Do you have a problem if he wins MVP this year if their team is significantly worse? Gotta make the playoffs. Okay. So they were the best team in the NBA last year. I had no problem with that. They're the fifth seed right now in the west. I don't think he'll win it. It feels like that the, you know, the voters are going to lean towards a new story this year, and that new story might be the Greek freak. But harden what he's done. I mean that he is valuable to his team. He's more valuable to his team than anybody else. If you look at the team he has, but I don't I don't think he's going to. I think if he averaged forty a game, then maybe the voters would look at it and say, I mean, you gotta give it to him. But it's like Russell Westbrook. He he forced the voters to give it to him because he averaged a triple double, and I don't know of hardened statistically can do something where the voters go. We tried to vote for somebody else, but we got to. But you know, Jaanus or Joel Embiid. I mean, those those are respectable numbers that they're putting up for their teams. Yeah. Paul Jaanus is at twenty six and a half points per game, twelve and a half rebounds, six assists, a steel and a half a block and a half because he might lead his team in every category. Again, I think he did this if maybe last year the year before, but I think the Greek freak led the bucks in every every category steals, blocks rebounds scoring. Yes. Mclovin. I'm of the camp that people are underestimating how bad the rockets. Are they beat the net? They barely beat the next. They weren't competitive against the Sixers. Yeah, they're they're bad team without Paul, but when Paulin cappella comeback are they back in the mix as championship contenders. Well, I wanna see how it all works together. I I'm watching last night. And I kept thinking why isn't core mellow out there like the rockets really need somebody who can shoot. A three and because hardened nobody creates on that team. So when when people say L as the ball hog, and that's why nobody's assisting on any of his points. I'm watching nobody creates like I'm sorry, but PJ Tucker is just not going to create and break somebody down off the dribble. This is where you think Carmelo would be able to play. Meanwhile, we're trying to find a place for Carmelo to play a depleted rockets team that needs a shooter, and he can't play for them tells me everything on to know about mellow, by the way this portion of the program brought to you by legalzoom. They can help you succeed in two thousand nineteen LLC's wills trusts trademarks and more. If you're starting a business legalzoom dot com. Go there now for special savings enter the promo code Patrick in the referral box at checkout. What else do you have mclovin? Okay. It's Thursday after the conference championship games are your friends. Talking more about the bad call or the Super Bowl matchup right now. How do you think that poll would go? Okay there. It's wavering. A little bit, okay. We're almost ready to move on. And this is what's going to happen? I believe. In fact, I'll take a break because I have to I'm sorry, paulie to I I'm up against a hard out here. The radio terminology. I got I gotta get out. I got Tony Dungy coming up. But I'll tell you why I think what happened in New Orleans is not going away anytime soon at seventeen after the hour. Tony dungee will join us in the on-deck circle. Right. After this in the Dan Patrick show, college football NFL football the greatest time of year. No more waiting. The time has arrived for you to get an all the action. Don't wait any longer to make your own line wages and head over to bet. Online dot AG to take them to the best bonuses in the business. 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The Dan Patrick show matter where you drive what you drive or how you drive continental has a tire for you continental tire dot com. I mentioned before the break that we're trying to move on and start talking about the Super Bowl matchup here. But I do think that something will happen over the next two days that will bring this back into focus. What happened in New Orleans? I do believe that the league is going to find Nicole Roby Coleman for the play that wasn't flagged. But I'm guessing there's a helmet to helmet that is going to cost him about twenty five thousand dollars. Now. I'm sure the league. And I'm wondering does this make it worse or better certainly for a New Orleans fan? If you know that okay. He got fined for that hit even though. He didn't get flagged. So there's two fouls on the play. The NFL is admitting if this happens in this is what I was told look for this that there's a possibility that you know, the defensive back for the Rams is going to be fined for the hit. So if there is helmet to helmet, then there's also pass interference. Or there's helmet to helmet pass interference and hitting a defenseless receiver. The NFL is going to have to admit to all of those if Nicole Roby Coleman is find. Even though it's a bad idea to find him because you're going to stoke up the story in there's nothing the NFL the NFL has to do it. You know, because you're going to say wait that's not a final offense here. This is day four. We haven't heard from the Commissioner yet, I'm guessing that he's going to try to duck for cover and wait till Atlanta. And then maybe he pops up and we start talking about reviewing plays like this and overtime. And whatever else we're going to bring up at his state of the union address. But I was told to keep an eye on that the possibility of him being fined, by the way, I love where Nicole Roby Coleman is from frost proof Florida is where he's from. I'd never heard of frost proof, Florida. I think it's a population about three thousand but Nicole Roby Coleman, and we'll talk to Mike Florio later on in the show, and I'll ask him about that if he thinks that robe. Coleman is going to be fine here by the NFL already. We'll get to your phone calls. Come up with a poll question. Let's welcome in. Tony Dungy NBC football night in America analyst, mclovin did you settle on the poll question? You want to go harden or you want to go? What are people talking about Super Bowl or the bad call at this point Thursday? I think consent. I think it'd be eighty five percent bad call. I still hear it everyday people like the coffee shop. Yeah. I was in New York yesterday and came out of the subway and the guy goes, hey, ESPN sportscenter. I go not anymore. And he goes, you quit sportscasting. I go. No, I'm still doing this don't work at ESPN. When did you leave I go, and then I don't wanna say eleven years ago. So I go been a little while. But you know, I've been doing some other things. I hope you get back into the business. I said, thanks. He goes that call in New Orleans, I go. Yep. Bad call. And I thought let me just keep walking here. Yeah. Polling. You should do the opposite and say, you know, what? Thanks a lot for the combat. I love doing sportscenter. Every every night great to be in your home. I did think about saying, hey, you know, watch me tonight. And I'm gonna give you a shout out. So watch it eleven o'clock tonight. You know, but I'm going to be dressed differently. I'm gonna have have a bald head and glasses and be a little bit taller. And I changed my name to Scott so watch tonight, and I'll give you shout out. Okay. All righty. Eight seven seven three DP show, Email address DP, Dan, Patrick dot com. Tony Dungy in the continental tire coaches corner. Coach how are you ask more about the Super Bowl matchup or the controversial play in New Orleans? And I guess that's the good thing about football. Then it has everybody's passing. And you know, I feel the pain of the the saints players and their coaches and their fans, but that's football. And I hope we don't overreact to this. There's bad calls. You know, nineteen seventy two people from Oakland still tell me French. If you hit the ball, I hit him. And then I'm in the, you know, university of Minnesota Watson, the fight kings and Dallas, and I still believe drew Pearson. Tocqueville, and it was bad call it happens. It's forty years ago. Okay. And some some of this you just have to let it go. But we can't overreact and start saying we want to replay everything and you want to go to court when the call doesn't go our way, I just I can't buy that. Do you think there's any changes in the offseason? Whether it's plays like this in the last two minutes where you'd get. A challenge flag you could use or is there a change to overtime with the competition committee. I don't I think no on either one. Because in the last two minutes most things are reviewed anyway, if you start bringing judgement calls into what's pass interference. What's holding was the fort really all side or was he just close? Let's let's take a look at that. You know, you're you're opening up Pandora's box. Now, what what change I hope they do make and what I would recommend going to time officials, and let's get some consistency over the whole game. Not just one call here or there. But I I think that's the change we need to look at not looking at reviewing one call and they overtime I'm fine with it. A sense of you gotta stop them. Okay. And remade the change to fill those. So they can't just have to. I kick a fifty yard field goal to win. But but somewhere along the line, you gotta get a stop and get the ball back for your all set. Yeah. I'm there with you. Both of these. I don't want to overreact. It was a bad. Call and overtime. I'm fine. I think overtime worked. I think people have a problem with overtime because the patriots took advantage of it and Brady led them down. Whereas the Rams play defense force the interception and then kicked the field goal. Yeah. But classic classic example, three third and ten and they didn't stop any one of them and New England one long yard situation. The Rams vote up causing interception and were able to win the game. So both teams that lost its all head had opportunities. I'm also curious about this though tone. If you had an official who was right there on the spot in New Orleans with his play. But we've seen plays before where three officials throw a flag on the same play for the same penalty. I'm I was shocked that nobody got together and said, hey, hey, limit. Let's just talk about this here. Because what I saw is like wouldn't you wanna help protect that official. Or is it their egos are at stake? And nobody wants to point out something say, you just missed it. And you're right in front of that play. No. That's the problem that no one talks about and an all star cruise and people who had more with each other. If that was the normal crew, you know, I I'm sure that would have happened someone back just decides somebody would have thrown the flag and say, hey, you didn't sit. But I thought that passing France, let's put the ball here. But you know, it doesn't always work that way. And then the other thing I think we've got to get away from in the playoffs is they don't wanna call thing, you know. And and they don't want to be the the deciding factor. But if it's a penalty in the first quarter, it's company in the fourth quarter. It's penalty in the preseason game. It's. Penalty in the playoffs. And we've got to get back to just call the game as it is. And not saying, well, you know, TV doesn't want penalties. We don't want game. Stop. It's so bad things. Go in the playoffs talking to Tony Dungy NBC football night in America analysts, and of course, hall of fame. Coach Ken Bill. Bella check, be outcoached. I I wouldn't say I'll coast, but there's certainly seems to come up and happened. And you know, just this last game they and the patriots through what they always do. They had a different game plan all sensitive and defense. Kansas City wasn't ready for it. They got the leave fourteen nothing. Andy Reid and his staff made some great adjustments. And they scored thirty one points in the second half. Tom Brady throws a ball just a little bit high off gronkowski hands. And it's intercepted. If d Ford is lined up all sides. They're more say I'll what Andy Reid did a great job of adjusting look at that thirty one points in the second half. Wow. Was that masterful and the different there. So yes, I mean, everybody makes adjustments. I think that's going to be what's going to be on show on McVeigh's plate. He's not sure what type of defense. They're going to run what they're gonna do to take things away. He's gonna have to just I see New England getting off to a lead in this. Game. And then how quick the the the Rams staff adjust. And what do they do and can become back in the second half? I think that's how the game's gonna play out when I was. So I I was looking at teams that give the patriots trouble or you can beat the patriots in a big game. And I go back to the ravens had a great front. The giants had a great front and the Rams have a great front. And I think that that's the key. If you put pressure up the middle on Brady, then you know, then it's different. And I have a set with Rodney Harrison for nine years. And what is he always say? You gotta rush inside. You've got a pressure Brady without letting and you've got to play tight men man carves? You've got a bump those receivers and not let Tom Heff it. Easy. Quick blows Baltimore, you're right. They do that. They had up physical secondary that great rush the giants and the two Super Bowl have that. The Rams have that. Now, can they do it for four? And do it in the big game can dominate through show up because Bill Bill attack is not gonna let Aaron Donald wreck the game. So I Dhamma consumer is going to be a one on one blocks. And Aaron Donald is not I can promise you that. It does matter where they put him and Donald is gonna get blocked by two people. So tends to show up can Dante Fowlerville up can they pressure without blitzing and can those coverage guys held up. And again, it's going to come down to how did they call a game because we know Marcus Peters and keep to leave our going to press the rules, and they're going to grab and they're gonna be they're gonna bump them at six yards. And seventy are is that going to get called. We'll we'll see did it bring back memories when you're watching Brady there and overtime where he's just you know, it almost like a foregone conclusion that he was somehow going to get them at least in field goal range of not score touchdown, but as of former coach going against him. You've seen this before they bring and you have to get you gotta make a play. You gotta get a sack fumble. You've gotta get a turnover, and they got they got it. But just you know, that's the one thing. I admire about the patriots. They do not beat themselves. They to not make those type of mistakes. So when you do it that sack or get that turnover tip ball and you line up offsides. At that point. I the name was over. It was over knowing him. It was going to score and somewhere they're going to win the game in overtime. Yeah. You made up your mind on Jared Goff, like do know what kind of quarterback he's going to be in his career. I thought he's going to be very good. But these these big games now he did a good job down the stretch in New Orleans. But but we've seen him in some big games not play that that. Well, so, you know, this is going to be a little bit of a defining moment early. You're playing against Tom Brady your. I guess one of the best defensive schemes Brian floresville. Bella check, they'll have some different things and you're going to have to score points. You know, you're not gonna win this game seventeen to ten. So there is a lot of pressure on Jared. I think he's improving his plan. Well, Sean McVay I was out there last year when we had to play off game those guys believe insure ago, they think he's going to be great. They think he's the leader they need. So it's this'll be a big moment for him. Good to visit with you tone. His always enjoy the Super Bowl and thanks for joining us. Always fun. Brought her I'm gonna try to see you somewhere. Where are you going to be set up in Atlanta? I think we're paulie do we have a disclosed location yet? What we'll give it to coach off air. Oh, yeah. Right now. Yeah, we're secretive. We're like the patriots. Tony were very secretive. I love it. I love it. Didn't that Bill fell it sick thing on like, no, I won't come find. You definitely love to visit with you next week. That would be great. I will say this. I'll give you a hint. We are right next door to the patriots practice facility. Interview of the play. Maybe they know what's going to happen. Thank you tone seeing Atlanta. Nets. Tony Dungy NBC football night, America. That is true. We're right next to where the patriots are practicing. We get a stroll over. I don't think we're going to stroll over that close. Yeah. I don't think we're going to be strolling over. We can't just get some press credentials or something and mclovin might be able to send mclovin in like one pool. Reporter get see. It's usually Peter King. Yeah. Jared bell. So only one guy gets to see what's really going on. Yeah. Great. If is one of us right here seating pen. See no Connors, the pool reporter here. Yeah. I'm a little notebook in all I was supposed to write stuff down. All. Well, let me tell you what I think I saw. Well, here's what I did. See Tom came in wearing sort of top coat with sunglasses. Eight inch color. Yeah. Yeah. Fiery talk about talk about. No. All righty. Oh that going to be Seaton's question. I would love to see is always criticizes the talk about. I would love to see just go talk about the Bill. Ballot. Check at a press conference. Just to see what Bill says coach took about how important this final game is. It drives me crazy, which you consider. This a must win game. Yes. Well, it would be great. If we got to be asking belch questions, we would ask non-fox go coach sleeves. No, sleep teams. Endore? What are your thoughts, and he might be refreshed by those questions? Maybe not do you want the roof to no he's not going to be entertained by any of that. Coach are you onto the Rams? Have you moved onto next year says he moved onto next week's game. Coach indomitable sue talk about. Coach talk about Aaron Donald coach you at all concerned about the weather in the skin. They're talking about opening the roof. Coach how does that help? You are you for or against the roof being open coach how much tape if you've been looking at this. No have you been looking at any team, not how much, but have you joined the nightlife because you know, these reporters keep asking these close ended questions coach if you watched the Rams this year. Yeah. We'll get some talk about if people probably do it on purpose just to go. Tom talk about Jared Goff. I we'll come back. We've got our play of the day got a stat of the day or two why did you treat Jimmy Garoppolo? Coach. Would you be here? If Jimmy Garoppolo was your quarterback coach follow up on Malcolm Butler. Should never coach final question about Malcolm Butler last year Super Bowl. Why was he benched coach who do you plan on that plane? Coach who's going to play one play in the not play the rest of the Gilmore is he in the lineup. A coach can you tell them according brothers apart. Why do you hate Microsoft surface? Apple's coach. Coach is Tedy Bruschi cashing in on his days as a patriot at ESPN. We'll take a break play of the day coming up after this. Okay. This is just a thirty second commercial. And I'm gonna throw a lot of numbers that you, please. Please stay with me in just fifteen minutes. You could save fifteen percent or more on car insurance. The company that has been offering great rates and great service for seventy five years. It's gyco. I'm using it for a long time itself. And anytime you need help you could speak to one of their trains specialists, twenty four seven no recordings the company. Gyco. Go to Geico dot com today. 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And they have very similar stats except for some of the shooting percentages of different. They both twenty five points per game, thirteen rebounds, six assists, steel and a half block and a half. And that's what DeMarcus cousins was averaging before he got injured last year with the Greek freak can't shoot from three. No, not at all. If he if he learns to shoot from three of you'll turn the league upside down, but he doesn't have a great shot. Yes. Mcleod, this basic argument. And I get in this a lot like totals in the NBA even hardened sodas now a show of a rate. Why do we not talk more about shooting percentage? I feel like the great you look at shooting besides like, LeBron curry and Durant are all great at a Jordan was great at it to win need to hit your shots. You anybody can shoot fifty times and score thirty five points. Like, art. Like like Iverson did. Well, yeah, he was putting it. No. He wasn't. Oh, he'd never had a good shoot him. Senate you shot forty one forty two percent, right. Like you. See it's a hard formula to win a title. Okay. What is hardened shooting this year from his regular field goal? Percentage and then from threes. Because he he has to shoot volume for them to win. He has to shoot a lot. And therefore he's going to be taking some tough shots because when you watch their offense he's their offense. And he tries to include other guys. They just don't have the capability on. James harden has taken twenty four shots game. And he shooting forty four percent for field. Which is neither great nor awful. He's shooting thirty seven percent from three which is neither great nor awful. Right. Is that fair the elite like curry Durant? Lebron they're shooting. There's something called effective field goal percentage. Where you add threes and twos. Yeah, they're always in the top ten like for. They're the only guards in there. So the most valuable players the real valuable players tend to be really high in that to compare Michael Jordan the season he had thirty seven per game. Same as he shot almost exclusively to but he was forty eight percent from two and he basically didn't shoot three's hard new shooting contested shots, though. Okay. I you can look at curry getting open looks and Durant getting open looks because of their team and their ability to pass all the weapons you can't defend them harden his taking tough shots. Absolutely. So I I would look at that forty four percent. And I'd put an asterisk by it because they're not open looks. Yes. The best season. Alan Iverson ever had was thirty one and a half points per game. And he was he was just a ticket under forty percent. Yeah. But that's volume guy. You know that seventy Sixers team wasn't good. And you know, he was a volume guy. So that formula never seems to win at the highest level. So why have a volume guy Iverson took them to the NBA finals with one of the worst teams that's ever gone to the NBA finals? Hardened could've taken that team. You know, they're if they were a healthy Chris Paul away from upsetting Golden State last year. Now, he wasn't the same guy last year as he is this year. I want to know what it what that offense is going to be like when Chris Paul comes back and Clint Capella, but you're watching him. I know what's going. I know what is going to happen. And they still can't stop it. They know what's going to happen. And they still couldn't stop him last night. And granted it's the Knicks in everybody's going to say, well, it's the Knicks. These are professionals, and if you watch him. I it'll be like is going to be a step back three. I I'm watching going at step back three. So I'm watching with a friend who played college basketball, and I said to him I said, you know, what's going to happen? And they still can't stop him. It how many guys have you watched. Where you go. There's going to be a step back three. He's going to his left, and he does it in. Nobody stops him. It's really remarkable to watch. And he loves contact does loves contact because some guys, you know, got there's guys that you know, shy away from it. But harden is you know, he solid, and he wants to know where you are when he knows where you are. Then he uses his body either to get a foul or to get his shot off. So it's remarkable really sample hardness taking twenty four shots a game this year two years ago, he was at nine thousand nine hundred I'm more game and two years ago. He led the league in assists. Yeah. Well, you had some people to throw to you know, they had some three point shooters a couple years ago. Therefore, he could drive you collapsed. He would dish. And that's where they were really dangerous. They don't have those weapons now. Yes, mclovin. My guys, Ben Simmons, and Joel Embiid are amazing. They're incredible. But I I'm so worried that they can't shoot it all it threes. I is that a formula for winning at the highest level. It feels like it is. I mean, Ben can't shoot. I I'm just amazed in this day and age that with. All the practice all the teaching all the videos that are available. Ben Simmons has not taken a three this year has not attempted to three this year. The Greek freak as great as he is can't shoot. Russell Westbrook junior. The third can't shoot. You have big men who can shoot. MB can shoot and can shoot from three. I just find it amazing that Russell Westbrook is guy who just attacked the hoop. He's not a good shooter. He's a volume guises score. The Greek freak is a score hardness is score Anna shooter Kobe was a score in a shooter. Lebron is is score. He's not a great shooter. Jordan was a great shooter or turned into a great shooter. But he was his scores. Well bird was a great shooter. But a scores. Well, you know, there's certain guy Iverson wasn't a great shooter. But he was a great score. And there's a big difference in that. But the fact that you have harden who's gonna find a way to score. But he also has a crate looking jumper. Really does. Underrated. I so what's the results of the poll quo? So I put up what are your friends still talking about the bad call in the NFC title game Super Bowl eighty four percent the bad call? Yeah. It's still an if you had this defensive back gets his spent find he's gonna get fined I believe that's what I was told. And and if mckell Roby Komen gets fine over the next forty eight hours, or you're going to be taking that topic to Atlanta with us. And maybe the Commissioner comes out we're going to be putting that in the overhead bin when we go to Atlanta. Right now. Derek Carr pulls out the media. He wants the media to get in the octagon is he being playful or being truthful here. Move over YouTube. The collider network is now on podcast one. 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06/16/21 DPS Hour 2 Jon Wertheim

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06/16/21 DPS Hour 2 Jon Wertheim

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Paul has entered the nba. Health and safety protocol sideline for an indefinite period of time. No information no updates in the last hour and depending on medical circumstances in isolation period could be shorter for a vaccinated individual. We don't know of chris. Paul is vaccinated but right now his status up in the air for the start of the western conference finals according to sources the sun's facing the winner of the jazz clippers series which is tied at two games apiece. The nba is yet to release the schedule for the conference finals. But if there is a game seven jazz clippers. That will be played on sunday. And then you might expect tuesday night for game one of the western conference finals. But that's just speculating. Here eight seven seven three. Dp show email address dpi. Dan patrick dot com twitter. Handle a dp show. We had a poll question for the first hour. I don't think we can stay with it. Because we had a runaway winner or loser who is to blame for the bucks loss. Everyone says it's the coach. Mike budenholzer what do you want to do for our two okay. My question about whether they should play. James harden game six and didn't really take off but is there is quite search. The basically should they ditch game six. Because they're going to be so tired from game five well if that's the case then you don't have anybody play you don't have kevin durant play. James are no you have to go out there and play and the question is at what point. Do you say we're not going to win this now. We can rest up per game seven. I think there's a little bit of strategy there. For steve nash and the brooklyn nets of. We're going to try to win this game. How how all out do we go with this. How many minutes can i play james harden. Because i think if you're expecting milwaukee to play better and maybe hold onto a lead at home and therefore your game plan will be healthy. We have to get ready for game seven. But i don't think you can just go out there and go durant could play and james harden's knock could apply just so we can rest them up per game seven club and no word on correa too but i feel like the bucks have a really great chance here but game seven in brooklyn if all three of those guys are there. What's the road here for them. Well i'm not confident at all that they can figure it out going back to brooklyn for a game seven if if they didn't the call or calls in game five they're not going to get him in game seven there. This is where if you're milwaukee you need to work on things in game six that you can take with you to game seven. You have to win game six now. You have to give the net something to adjust to. And you've got to figure out what to do with kevin durant and i know that sounds silly to say well. Of course they do but they do but they haven't done anything with kevin durant and in game adjustments tie. Lou is very good at in game adjustments. He's makes him made some in game adjustments. after halftime. the clippers coach has done a pretty good job with that. The milwaukee bucks do not do that. They haven't done that here. Is kevin durant talking about what he did last night. Which was everything. Perception me is that. I can score the basketball well but you know any team played on. I've been asked to do pretty much everything from renowned into defend into Initiate and To scorn might not be you know. Am i not do it all the time. But i do a little bit of everything out there so i knew at some point that coach who asked me to screen a rebound defend. Bring the ball up score. Shoot three so. I just work on everything i can in practice and they wanna gang come. Roger has got to be ready to pull you know. Be ready to do anything so Tonight one of those nice played forty eight minutes. Forty nine seventeen and ten series now heading back to milwaukee with the nets up three games to to the nets. Were down by as many seventeen. The only team this postseason with multiple comebacks of at least twelve points down and give credit to jeff green who stepped up had nine three pointers. Jeff green go back to the seattle supersonics was was jeff green with kevin durant in seattle. That one year. That kevin was there feels like jeff. Green has been around a long time. Yeah paulie good call. He was kevin durant earl watson. Nick jeff green was twenty one. Kevin durant was nineteen. We'll get phone calls coming up. And i am a great book suggestion for you jon. Wertheim has written a book now. He's says sixty minutes correspondent but he's written a book about the year nineteen eighty-four and it's not just sports but it's an incredible you know reflection back on nineteen eighty-four in everything that happened. In one thousand nine hundred four but he also weaves in the music springsteen exploded in eighty four. Not literally prince. But you have all of these events. That happened michael jordan. You know with with his explosion there martina navratilova in tennis wayne gretzky hockey but john has this book. I'm halfway through it. And it's it's a great read easy. Read fund read and i do make the book by the way. I have just a quick mention for you. Know what. why don't you guys entertain yourself there. And i'll go get the book they'll reach. You're gonna read aloud yes. I'm going to read aloud. Dan now heading back to private man cave back there. Hey paul what do you think the follow up will be to this book. L jon wertheim. Nineteen eighty-five did teach all right. So i have the book here and see. I actually wrote things down my. I'd put little markers in the page because there are certain things that i wanted to go back and remember and there's great stuff on the usfl. Great and i covered that. I was there with the trial when he won one dollar and it was troubled to three dollars after. They sued the. Nfl let me see where. Where is this great passage with me in here in this book here. So it's about david stern the former nba commissioner outside basketball circles. David stearns profile was modest so modest that when he announced he was announced as commissioner. A young cnn sports reporter. Dan patrick had the idea to take to the streets for a sticky piece asking new yorkers if they knew the name of the new nba. Commissioner howard stern. They knew isaac stern violinist drew a few a mentions david. Stern didn't register. that's it. That's that's my passage in the book. Nice well are in the index like now. Yeah but the sticky part. I didn't like that. But i'll take that up with worth at another another juncture. Yes because his book club in effect. Is you know father's day. Book club because pappy land with right thompson can't go wrong with that wonderful book. Page turner and glory days. The summer of nineteen eighty four. Ninety days change sports and culture forever. That's the book. John will join us coming up yes point. We have a tagline for the new. The dan patrick show book club. We don't read them but we recommend it. But but i do. I read pappy land. And i'm reading glory days right now. Yes todd palaver to do that okay. All right little started their yes. It did a little bit. The commissioner and i went back and forth. I had a wonderful relationship with him. At least i thought we did. But i enjoyed. He was very tough like he could turn real quick and we had our battles on the radio show but i will say he was a big supporter of mine. He wanted me to host the nba. He knew i love the nba and we had good conversations privately as well and when he passed away some people in the front office of the nba. Ask if i wanted to attend the funeral in new york city. I wasn't able to. Because i was doing the show that morning but i would love to have been there to pay my respects to david stern because what he did when he did it how he did it. Really remarkable because that was a that was a dead of product. You know there. There was a report that came out. In the la times that said basically the nba was full of drug addicts and they were trying to get corporate america to buy into the nba and they were very lucky with magic. Can larry. And then you had michael and then the nba never looked back. But in the moment david stern was up against and you know he talks about the nba draft. Like get even have michael jordan at the nba. Draft they were in indianapolis with bob knight preparing for the olympic team. And i remember covering the eighty four draft but the star players. Weren't there eighty five. When patrick ewing was there. Then you had the star players there but it's it's really a very interesting book and a chance to just open up the scrapbook and remember what happened in one thousand nine hundred eighty four and there was so much and jonnu join us coming up here yes mclovin. I'd love cassini's. Dan patrick man on the streets. When's the last time you did that. It's kind of like billy eichner or is that what a funny. I don't know if it was funny but i. This was the first time all four commissioners sat down together. I had pete roselle. I had david stern. John ziegler was the he was the president of the hr. I don't even think. He was called the commissioner. I think he was the president of the nhl baseball. Peter ueberroth peter ueberroth and they all sat down in new york and what was interesting. Is the makeup artist leslie. I said look when they're in the chair. If they're talking to one another let me know what they say because they thought they might give some information between the you know. Two of the commissioners are three of the commissioners and it turned out one of the commissioners was saying. Let's make sure we don't give him too much like they were sort of conspiring to not not go crazy here. And so when they sat down. I i knew it was already going to be tough. It was an hour show. And i had to try to get information out of them but the fact that they they were programming each other. Let's not give him too much here and and they probably did a pretty good job at that. But but i have this. I mean i look like i'm fifteen years of age sitting down with these these four guys but it never happened before and it was very very lucky fortunate to be able to get that opportunity. Yes todd is that. When collusion in sports i started them all coming together to decide not to give you anything remotely interesting when you interview them. Some air going on right now. Well you ran out of breath there when you doing. Hey let's knock it out. Let's get to limerick out of the way you got the nets and the milwaukee bucks. I do little related limber. Yeah let's do the limerick here and then we'll take a break now. That performance was fine for brooklyn a very good sign. There's no such thing as can't when it comes to durant played the whole game and scored forty nine all right. I like it. I like it. It's just over quickly and pretty painless. You rip the band aid off. Yes seating yes. Good stuff good stuff from time. I like the delivery. Are you being serious. I'm being supportive of my coworkers. Okay good stuff. But he's not being serious. Yes i'm seriously supporting is good stuff. I was going to try to go now. That performance was five and for brooklyn avert a good sign. Is that a bad. Is that a bad ryan. Transylvania count dracula the voting being. It comes through rhymes with halden. Count chocula yes mclovin. I still don't know what's going on here. Is this giant. Shut up with todd with these lyrics. I don't know what's real and what's not. What do you mean you really like these lyrics. Yes this is what you don't hear you. You'll laugh at the dan. And then you hear in the background mclovin. He doesn't mean like these things. Like an aside. And i appreciate the effort put in by todd. Let's put it this way. Would you rather have mock headlines. Ooh okay would you rather have sports related names that are attached to holidays. Not in a good way. So let's enjoy the limerick stung by a bee or or limericks which would you rather have. Yes what if instead of going. All in on one until. It's just squeezed. The life from it is just drained from all of us really. What if he mixed it up between all of those things like what if once in a while he did like. Hey i have sports related names. And then the next time. I was like oh i got my headlines china they hey guess what i wrote a limerick. No no no i. I'm i'm going to my grave. I'm falling on the sword limerick. I can't do sports names anymore. There's no creativity whatsoever. And they're all from the nineteen seventies and eighties. I just think we could have some fun with you know. We're almost acting like todd. Not in the room. When we're saying this yes mclovin. The lyrics are pleasant. I i totally understand what you're saying. It's a it's it's it's a lively. It's light it to some extent. Yes it's like a summer drink. You know it's just nice and it's okay. Thank you todd. We'll take a break are you all right. I'm fine. I'm just i'm taking everyone's okay all right constructive criticism or whatever. You wanna call that. I know this happens and then all of a sudden you go. Yeah well you know. Social media is not being nice right. Now i'm saying. I liked the limerick get mixed reviews but then there's that portion of social media where they're like. I'm not sure what to think of it. I guess that's what they are. they're fun they're not funny but they're fun and i like to be hysterical or it's yes it's it's like a romcom no just nice no not serious nobody dies infect little spring summer kind of like. Everybody loves raymond. You know if you don't if you miss an episode it's okay it's just nice and it only lasts about twelve seconds. Maybe let's take a break here. More phone calls coming up and great book glory days. We'll talk to the author jon wertheim. He'll join us in the circle. Right after this white house has issued alerts against increase ransomware attacks urging all organizations to take critical steps to protect their businesses and individuals. It feels like there's nobody off limits here and it's important to understand how cybercrime identity theft or affecting our lives every day because we put so much information at risk on the internet in an instant a cyber criminal could steal. What's yours and it could be your credit. Could be money. 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Jon wertheim has the book this summer of one thousand nine hundred four in the ninety days the chain sports and culture forever now available online wherever books are sold john. I'm one hundred pages in a little over one hundred pages in. I got to the point where you mentioned me when i was at c. n. And i was okay with it but you through the word sticky. And i don't know if that's in a good way or bad way john can you. Can you help because it's ruined. It's basically ruined my my night last night. Oh come on in in the best possible says. The nba has a new commissioner. A guy named david stern in one thousand nine hundred four. And he's an internal candidate and is so little known that in ascending broadcaster analogy. You didn't you didn't say a sending broadcaster dashingly handsome. You then even say yeah. You didn't know that. I mean the series i mean so so we'll tell the story so You had there was flying You ask people on the street if they knew. I stirred daniel stern or david stern. I believe but the real point is like howard stern but I think the real point is people. Forget that david. Stern was not this celebrated commissioner when he took over the job in eighty four and This little known lawyer quickly got to work. There's a great quote in here and it's early in the book. It says history doesn't send out invitations in advance. Apparently somebody else's calling jan right now. You only works for sixty minutes so wait. Are you an assignment right now. John you say that jokingly for forgive. Forgive that crazy day you you have. History doesn't send out invitations in advance. I love that line and going back and reading all the things that happened in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. I don't know if there was a point where you go. There is enough to be able to write a book about this. Was there a certain number that you were looking at to go. If i get to that then i can write this book once we had eight now. I mean the real challenge like all the stuff happens in eighty four right. You've got the extent of jordan and he's sort of the the spine of the book. David start on. You've got bird magic in a game. Seven and in a few days after that he come to new york for your first draft in alright. It's sam mbui elijah jordan. Barkley mum your top five picks but I mean the so all the stuff happens you say and it's gretzky wins this first top and you got the profitable olympics and karate kid the real the real mystery to me was sort of. Why was a just coincidence or was there something that really was going on in the culture that was elevating sports. Making it such such a big deal. In this this compressed period of time and the importance that music played in writing this book because you do mention their springsteen and prince on the cover. Mtv was just getting big at that moment So that intersection. How did you. How did you try to weave that. In what cable and espn was to sports that summer which was sort of like holy cow. We've got this force and we can get any anytime we want. And it's a new experience and by the way there's gonna be some real money here. It was really similar to what mtv did to music. And this was just as we went from like. Oh there's a game of the week. To wow i can get this anytime. I want twenty four seven. You could not only listen to the artists that you loved on the radio. But you can see. Little mini movies. Went with all the songs. Is there a moment that stood out. Because it's something that you didn't realize in the moment or maybe you you'd forgotten about it. It's a good question. I think some of it was just how big an impact jordan had as much as we know about jordan and we all know six rings we can all do do sort of the last dance a recitation. But i think people don't realize how much he changed the model in the leverage of talent and the athlete and this five hundred fifty grand whatever it was the boulder paying me that that's nice but i can make a lot more money from a lot of different places. That hasn't really happened before him. The other one i. I'm sure you've probably heard the story. But i i didn't realize this whole victory tour. Yep michael jackson. Those popular man on the planet is parent. Say this thriller album scrape. But you gotta make us rich. You gotta make your brothers rich. They do a victory tour. Don king somehow managed to insinuate himself as the promoter. But the tours bankrolled by the sullivan family. They collateralized sullivan stadium. The tour is an absolute fiasco. The brothers hate each other. Michael's bringing along emmanuel lewis and brooke shields. The brothers go talk to him and it loses so much money that the sullivan family sell the team. Through a number of twists ends up with this gentleman named bob kraft and you make a credible case. I think the patriots dynasty doesn't happen if michael jackson doesn't do this stupid victory tour. There's so many things that are connected here. I love the martina navratilova stuff because people forget how brave she was when she defected and really she was part of the modern athlete her in jordan at about that same time mike had hired tim grover to be his trainer. It was okay to lift weights. Martina said it's okay to to look like this to be in shape. And i thought that those were very interesting parallels between those two in esteemed weekly sports publication. That will go. Unnamed made fun of martini. She used a supercomputer to tech to check on the statistical tendency the proponents. Now we would all that analytics and you know. I think the quote was like she had vines of gnarled beans crawling up our arms. G got herself in shape to play a sport. That's that's a crazy. Thought she had an entourage of people that acted as a support team but she was way ahead of her time and was just that it wasn't just that she didn't get credit for it. She was locked. This would that you've made fun of her for for using a supercomputer and in nineteen eighty-four basically playing money ball with tennis. He's john worth on the sports illustrated executive editor and of course the author glory days. You can see him on sixty minutes. It's the summer of nineteen eighty-four the ninety days the chain sports and culture forever now available online wherever books are sold. I was in the early stages of my career of course sending career. But i was there to cover the usfl. And i went to those press conferences at trump tower where he'd had the big waterfall and the escalator. And you know if it was doug flutie or herschel walker. I covered the usfl trial. Like these are all these brings like. I get twitch twitch little bit when i think back to that what did you find out about trump. Then that maybe would've braced you for us that this is who trump is now a great way to put it e gave him this. He's he's committed to the role. I mean you mentioned press conference and escalators and trump tower and the us that playbook again No i mean you go back. And part of the jeff pearlman wrote a great book about trump in the usfl and there was some great stories from eighty. Four is sort of when he became this national figure. And you read those stories and it's amazing to compare that to you see. Trump trump plays fast and loose with the truth but he sure has a certain magnetism. There was a story that willie geist ad wrote an article and it said something like you riding around with. Donald trump is like riding around manhattan with a motorcycle with no windshield. You get a lot of bugs in your teeth but it sure is fun and basically is what he is and the same sort of the same playbook he used with the usfl the same way. There was a lot of vagueness. There was a lot of media. Charley steiner who is the voice of the general tells us is that the players love trump. because after the game he'd go to the locker room and he'd say everyone did its trump gru mp same as the building and he would hold the press conferences and the players would say fine up. I'm leaving. I'm going out to dinner. You can hear in do the press conference but it's a lot of the same in one thousand nine hundred four that it would be thirty two years later. How close to think the usfl or some of these teams came to being absorbed by the nfl. That's a great question. Because i mean the one thing that became clear to me researching this book is. We cannot underestimate the force in you. You know the the force that is cable television and this was right around the time that these networks were realizing you could charge the cable system subscriber fee and totally change the economics and by the way these networks all need programming and if trump i think singlehandedly trump did to the usfl. What isaiah thomas did for the cba in basketball trump just recklessly. If they had hung around and gotten a cable tv deal it would have been competing league or whether it would have had to have been absorbed. Aba nba style the usfl had. They hung out a couple of years. I think they really could have made it. What stood out at the eighty four olympics michael jordan. No i think I think what stood out. Was you had this boycott. And everyone thought that this was the death of the olympics you had terrorism and munich and montreal was financial disaster. Boycott and eighty and the soviets are gonna compete in eighty four and it didn't matter and for a variety of reasons. Peter ueberroth the comes in for a lot of credit. In this book there was no terrorism. There was drama. We all watch this. It was a slow summer. We all got big macs and fries. When americans want medals it was the highest the most viewed program in american tv history. Time peter uber. Yeah we all love mary lou. Retton in carl lewis and jordan knight. Who i see future left but Peter ueberroth was the the mvp of those olympics. This stuff with jordan's interesting going back to where he wanted to stay for his senior north carolina in it almost felt like dean said. Hey you're going to the nba. And the fact that bob knight it didn't take long for him to realize that this the greatest basketball player talent wise he had ever seen trying to convince the blazers to take michael jordan. And they said you know. Hey we got clyde drexler. Jim paxson. We have no room for michael jordan. Those were great. Those were great stories. They're great nuggets. Nate's quote you to stu inman the gm of the blazers who is a friend of his. And you're right the guy so we don't need jordan we already got a swing man. We got destructor guy. You know -ironically enough. We have jim paxson and nice. Quote was trust me hake jordan. Play him at center if you have to. You don't wanna miss on this kid for whatever. Flaws were Give give give credit for that. One toughest interview to get for. The book was the interview. That never happened. Which was jordan East talk and you. I was saying this the other day you you go back. And you look at nineteen eighty-four. He is so cool and he's funny and he's a prankster. And i mean i certainly understand how fame can can wear you down but to me. It's a bit of a pity that he's been a little reclusive because he was great at the twenty year old grade of the twenty one year. Old and i think that the fame monster sort of beat him up but no people were great for the book. And i think it's because the star david stern was a real resource and he was basically saying everyone remembers it right. Everyone knows magic and bird and people have memories. But it's far enough away. So i don't have to worry about. You know saying something. I should so people were great when i got him. But joe jordan full disclosure jordan klein my out well and i went through this firsthand. I was very lucky to do those interviews after he was winning championships but he was going to be the number one athlete. These sports century number one athlete and we couldn't get him for an interview and we re trick. We were chasing michael jordan down to. He was going to be the number one athlete. And then we mike mike. You're going to be the number one. The everybody else has done an interview here and we eventually got him. I had to go to new york last minute to his hotel. Set it up. He came in from golfing and he sat down. And i don't know how long he went. And i don't even know how good it was but we would have looked really bad with the number one athlete. He wouldn't sit down. But i just think he gets to that point where what does he need to answer any but if you had one question you knew you were gonna get an honest answer from michael jordan. What would you have asked. I wondered whether in one thousand nine hundred four. He had a sense of where this was going. He was supremely confident he knew about. He understood the business right away. I mean david faulk did not have to convince him that he needed his own signature shoe. I think michael jordan for as much as we talk about him. I don't think he's gotten enough credit or really changing the balance of power in terms of athlete in management and i wonder in nineteen eighty-four. He was already onto this. I mean you. You and i know this right. Some athletes are cut out for this and some athletes. They are what they do. Maybe they're just not that interesting. Maybe been burned by the media. I mean michael jordan. Go back and read about you. Know in his quotes in the way he conducted himself his decision. We've never experienced a fraction fame. I certainly haven't but this guy has peyton manning sense of humor and barclays instincts at age twenty at age twenty one. He was fantastic as as a character. So it's it's a little bit of a pity to me that he's So reclusive now because he he had it in him to be this figure who is a lot more providence. In the colombian his call decision. I hope he you know in enjoys the golf that i do think he had it in him to be peyton. Manning barkley if you wanted to. Yeah but i look back differently on jordan. His mom made him go to portland and meet with nike. You had the two different agents who were going to represent him. They kind of said you get sam perkins and you get michael jordan. Sonny vaccaro who deserves the credit for michael jordan. Being that because sunny said give him all the money get. Let's let's do a shoe based on a player that was unheard of. Because you had magic. And larry were doing converse senior. You point out the book. Converse didn't really invest in in these individuals. They just basically gave you a check. Sunny carol had the wisdom to say. We're going to create a shoe for michael jordan. That's the that's the genius there. Mike just went along for the ride. Success has many fathers George raveling played a role. I mean i think some of this to david fox is this tennis agent. And he has a spouse donald dell. Who's in faulk is really kind of You know it's like entourage. David fox is really trying to make a name for himself and he seizes on and says this guy is charismatic. He's playing in a big media. Market he understands intuitively. What i'm trying to do. So yeah i mean i. Sunny shredded raveling gets credit. I think ball gets credit. But i think jordan got it and jordan understood that there was a lot more money on the table for an athlete than what his rookie contract with the bulls was gonna pay him and jordan really yoked jordan leaned into the role right. I mean he. He did the shoots in the limos and he did the mars. Jordan understood intuitively that he wasn't going to make nearly as much money from the bulls as he should have. But there were these other revenue sources. And i think this is a real we talk about sort of activism and the card sixty eight olympics and even more recently kapernick but i think jordan understanding commerce is one of these pivot points in in sports. History that we're gonna be talking about. I think that's true with jordan and martina that speak up. Use your voice. I think those were the two the two things that stood out so much with the books so far that i've read and you did a great job. It's it's a great read. john. And i can't wait for the sequel. Nineteen eighty-five that. I'm sure you're working on that right now. Right trying to think what we get the lakers and celtics again. We got that going for us. But i'm not sure it will be quite as pivotal. i appreciate. There's the patrick ewing lottery. The chicago bears come on john john. Yeah where's my agent have frozen fruit frozen envelopes. No you're we're we're audit you. Have the city royals. No this is not. I appreciate it and i liked it You you came across that. You came across the anecdote with With howard stern. And isaac stern but the you caught this cable wave and I i think get cable tv. We it's propping up sports and it's it's made figures like dan patrick and i think It's going to be interesting where we go from here because cables really the story of sports in the last thirty five years john. Thanks for joining us. Have a great weekend and we appreciate your time anytime. Thanks dan. jonathan. He's written a great book. It's called glory days. The summer of nineteen eighty-four ninety days the chain sports and culture forever now available online. Wherever books are sold. Your phone calls are up next. Mclovin has against the grain. Anything else you want to add to this. Yeah it's applying analytics to the in very very important practice drills we've been seeing around the nfl. I want people to stay with us. Oh yeah yeah well. Your phone calls are up next year on the dan. Patrick show thanks for listening to the dan. Patrick show podcast be sure to catch us live every weekday morning nine until noon eastern six to nine pacific on fox sports radio and you can find us on the iheartradio app at fsr or stream. It live on the peacock out. Say this is jason mcintyre. Join me every weekday morning on my podcast straight. Fire with jason mcintyre. This isn't your typical sports pod pushing the same tired narratives down your throat. 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Talk about some of the most famous kevin's out there. And i think that you're missing very glaring. Kevin when i think of the name kevin catherine o'hara and the nineteen ninety magnum opus Mr kevin mcallister kevin mcallister's gotta be the most famous governor out all alone. All right thank you. I'm not a real character but yes kevin in home alone. Chuck north carolina chocolates. On your mind. Hey on the first two he'll be redneck on your show. I don't hear no rednecks on your so. I just wondered i. I don't know we don't usually screen calls that way by asking if you but listen i me. And my granddaughter's watching a ball game last night milwaukee. She's nine years old. She plays usually basketball back. The fourth quarter. We're drinking kool aid eating popcorn. And she says papa why are they. Let one guy. I thought damn. She's nine years old. He's got a little bit of a basket. I q and why can't they put that big dog. Greek freak down the block and jim again jump hook or something. I'm right there with you. Chuck i thank you chuck and say hello to your granddaughter. Thank you pop up. You're right why is that one guy able to do all the scoring and he's absolutely correct with that Bob and seattle join gis abe. Bob eighty about export one. Eighty nineteen eighty four the greatest rock and roll Mode allocate nineteen four by van halen and Wanted to get your opinion on What would happen if the me to react. If a guy like charles oakley would just put a hard foul on kevin durant. I mean how would we accept that today and who would that be. Yeah you don't have those guys anymore and thank you bob. Thanks for the phone call You have a hard foul. I mean you saw the joker in that balance game against the suns. That's a hard foul that that would be a playoff foul inadvertently hits him in the face but he did get a lot of the ball but it's just the wind up there and that's why he would but you know ten years ago you're not getting thrown from game for that certainly a playoff game. Certainly not the mvp but it just times are different here and protecting these players. Like i don't like a cheap shot. But i like a shot to remind you of what we're this is still a physical game basketball it. It doesn't appear to be physical the way it used to be in a lot of ways. That's good but i do think there has to be room for. You're able to use force when you need to all right mclovin you have something for me with against the growing. It's two minutes left in the second. Okay well how much did you need. I think i might need three minutes for this three minutes yet. Because after the analytics tease i prepared a whole aaron rodgers lebron james angle to the whole thing to oh. 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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 2 - Guest Host Ross Tucker, Albert Breer  (01-02-19)

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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 2 - Guest Host Ross Tucker, Albert Breer (01-02-19)

"It's all about me. Dan, Patrick gas. There is more where that came from click back for new episodes all week long periods. Joined by the Ford, Dan broadcasting from the Mercedes Benz men caseload aboard the Bud Light lime aficionado saved the money. I'm buying the lives of night Ross Tucker. All right. So I need to address two things right there. Real quick. Number one. Paulie? I don't sound like that. And I don't sound like that is not how I sound. And you know, what I'm kind of. I'm not as into Bud Light lime in the summer as they used to be. Well, that's major news. I mean, I still I still can have a Bud Light lime by the pool. But I'd rather have like. Like an all day. I I'd rather have like I'd rather have a Sweetwater four twenty or and all day. I pay my buddy, AL's pizza boy brewing in Harrisburg. He'll get me. Something good like an IP. That's like four to five percents eating. Well, we have a great sponsor on the show here golden road brewing. And they have a lot of different beers. Ooh cart. They have the wolf pop. We've got a whole bunch that. I think it's gonna fit. Your finely tuned talent. I like it. I can get you set up with that before you leave between between the brewing company and the meat Fridays. You guys have all the good sponsors. Can you hook a brother up? Okay. Who's got better than us? Yeah. I mean, I got this little thing called the Ross tug or football podcast that show likes meat and beer to ensure a six pack on the way out. Oh, that'd be glorious by. Fritzy? Yes. You think I sound anything like Pauly's invitation to me, I think point his sounds very much like that. And every once in a while, we'll have a little fun at your expensive, one of us will just blurt out spicy mustard for life or something like that. And we're all crack it up. I think Paul he's got it. Got it better than you realize. Mclovin, paulie. There was a paulie impersonation in there. I thought that was your old. Seton? You're buying it to. Yes. Pretty spot on you know, what's funny. You funny. Fritzy, by the way, this is the Dan Patrick show live national television housing we play beer pong more into morning and still got as that's worry about my wife. He fourteen hotdogs. I don't sound like. Chug beer, like nobody else Bud Light for life. Definitely not but life for life, by the way. But there by the way, I'm glad you brought that up. Fritzy, this is Dan Patrick show. We will talk about sports at some point. I think but when we come back from break and you hear the dulcet tones of one roster. You know, what's funny about that too? You never actually get a chance to hear yourself singing with music because you're singing, you're a mean. So like that was my first time hearing me, I don't think it's that terrible. Yeah. You of fail in yourself there. I think if there was an over sized between thirty nine and forty male Taylor swift singing contests. I think I would do okay. Yet to be over six four over two fifty. You have to be older than thirty nine years old, but not forty and you have to be able to sing Taylor swift. I think you're right in there. Top four right out of the gate and last thing before I feel you guys in on. What's to come? Fritzy mentioned spicy Moster for life. We love Johnny sound like that. I don't sound like that. I can make my voice like that. If you guys want me to buy don't sound like that normally so I've been to three consecutive. Subway sandwich shops. I will I will say the name of the company were they have not had spicy mustard. And it's come to my attention that it's not a mandatory condiment. And in fact, subway owners are told they only have to have one mustard and the recommendation is regular yellow mustard, and they don't have spicy mustard because it's not mandatory. So they keep their cost and inventory down. Can I just say something? First of all, this is a travesty that I will not let stand if you can only have one mustard at a sandwich deli shop it should be spicy and not yellow disagree. But most people go plane mustard in your Europe spice muster, the demographic is for more people. So you may have to be YO am I think most people are wrong and don't realize they're wrong. Right. And we should we should we should make a change for America. Most people like splaine mustard great again in America and make you have to eat spicy month. Most people, eat, plain or foods and chain restaurants will go with more of a plainer mustard because a safer, but here's the bigger point. Okay. And hopefully, some executives at subway or listening great company, I go there all the time. If if you're hurting for money so much that once one jar of spicy mustard puts you over the top, and you're not going to break even for the month that's gonna crush the profit margin. I mean, don't we have bigger fish to fry? You can't get one bottle of spicy mustard. I see I'm with you. I'm going to ballpark in someone's passing. You know, I'm buying a hotdog and coming with the napkin in the hot dog is up packet or two of mustard. I'm hoping for the Golden's or whatever spicy Brown mustard over the over the yellow mustard every time don't you guys have somewhere in here. I've seen before Ed McCaffrey is rocks spicy Rocky Mountain must all we got seven different musters in back. Oh, yeah. Well for for me. Yes. Right at least seven varieties. Awesome. All right, by the way. Now that we're seven minutes into the hour. You're listening to them Patrick show. The phone number is eight seven seven three DP show. You can Email us DP at Dan Patrick dot com or hit me up over at Ross, Tucker dot com. You can also hit us up on Twitter at DP show. I'm at Ross Tucker NFL, and we'd like to what is Dan you just say like to welcome in our television audience on direct TV audience network and BCS N and over three hundred affiliates nationwide ice. Thank you for joining us, something like that. Yes. Well done that was not a good Dan Patrick impression. And now he's going to hear that. And I probably won't be invited back because he's not going to like it don't record that. Who is the name of the guy that does the stuff at the top of the hour. That's Bob Schmidt. Our heat does the radio open. Yeah. Bob. Don't screw me over on that one dude. I don't want. I don't want Dan here. And then he's on family vacation. Hopefully, he won't by the way Sunday. Get excited is the NFL wildcard from the windy city reigning Super Bowl champion. Philadelphia. Eagles face off against Khalil Mack. And the Chicago Bears football night in America is at four. Eastern with kickoff at four forty Sunday. Only on NBC only one day after America's team the Houston. Texans plays the Indianapolis Colts. So is it do you guys? Think it's weird that the eagles are the biggest underdogs this week. Like the eagles was they just beat the Texans and the Rams defending champs. Nick foles is playing great. And they're the biggest underdog. I want to hear from some of our listeners on that eight seven seven three DP show. And also, here's a mandatory thing. If you call us calling it eight seven seven three DP show. This is mandatory. I wanna know if after taking ten days off of work, or whatever it was a lot of people are off since December twenty second. Are you like in a Malays like, oh, this stinks? I keep him back at work. Or are you like, well, I am refresh. I'm ready to go two thousand nineteen. Let's roll we want to hear from you. Eight seven seven three DP show or on Twitter at DP show at Ross Tucker NFL, what about you guys. Fritzy, it takes me a day or two to get into. I like stay up really late. I have sleeping issues, especially when you know, you have you know, have worked the next day. I'll stay up to three four in the morning watching stupid TV. So if I'm I going to bed in the middle of the night. And now all of a sudden ten eleven days later, I gotta get up at five thirty in the morning. Today was roughing it will probably be rough for another day or two. But once I'm here, I'm ready role. But that getting up in the morning after not having to get up early for weaken f is tough scene. It's kind of nice though to have a couple of days here before Dan gets back. It's sort of like coming back from Christmas break in the have a substitute teacher for three days. So I work out the cobwebs, Dan. Talker. Who cares? When the real boss jaggery. Exactly. Yeah. Who cares? If I totally say, the wrong thing and Tucker's year, go ahead. Paulie? I I would have liked to have gotten a nice a good night's sleep last night. But the game was on. And that was the top part coming back from work. Like it was a good game last night that that was a dog you get a call early. But yet to step again to eleven thirty because of a good college football game. Yeah. Mclovin. Oh, I had big Sunday scary. But then this show started and you start talking, and I forgot that we were off immediately got into it. Just because just because my open was that good. Right. I don't know what it was just that compelling submarines, and you just started going off the rails in a Ross Tucker way. And I was all onboard. So what is the what's the update on the poll? Okay. So we switched it over to which game. Would you least want to see it's really a race for second place because Texans are running away with the colts Texans, then Seahawks. Cowboys then ravens chargers than eagles bears. Many more people wanna see eagles bears. So you're right. The Houston Texans, America's team go ahead. But it felt like the Texans were on their way to be. A hot team last year. And then to Shawn Watson got hurt. And when he was hurt and out, and he kind of eased back in this year. Got roughed up. He's played well Patrick Mahomes took over and we keep talking about that conference with the Houston Texans October of last year last season. They were the hot team because of d- Shawn Watson. And so now the ravens and Browns are because they got the flavor of the month quarterbacks. Shown Watson's old news kind of moves fast. I think that there's some truth to that. By the way, we're going to be joined by Albert breer from the QB NBC sports Boston in about ten minutes. So looking forward to that love talk with Albert he's gonna give us a rundown of all the NFL head coaching openings what he's hearing biggest surprise is. If there are still some more surprises to come by also want to hear I'm going to get a call a call or two in here. You can ask me whatever you want. You can make whatever point you want. But I wanna know did you come back today to work like, this stinks or? Fresh and ready to go number one. And number two. Why do you hate the Houston? Texans. Let's start with DC who's in North Carolina. What's up DC? Hey, thanks for taking my call Ross. I wanted to call and ask you about the difference between the twenty sixteen Cowboys and the twenty eighteen Cowboys. So I think earlier in the show you had the poll up and the Cowboys were one of the teams that are least likely to make a run at the Super Bowl. But my question was in twenty sixteen thirteen in three and we were looked at as a Super Bowl contender at least. But this year is kind of the opposite of that as as that. But my question is what what's the difference between that team? And this team. I would say Dez and Amari Cooper are probably a wash if not this year Cooper's better. The defense is significantly better. I would say the offense of wine is similar. It's probably a little bit worse now. But Dax still Dakyns Zeke is still Z. So what are your thoughts on that? So it's a good. It's a good question. DC? I appreciate the call. And my answer would be you're right. The defense is better. I don't know that people feel better about Dak Prescott in year three than when he was a rookie when he was a rookie. It didn't seem like he turned it over that much. I think we're excited and by the way, they had one of the all-time great offensive lines in two thousand sixteen. They were awesome. That's just not the case this year. It's made a big difference. Now, they make up for that a little bit with being better on defense. But not only that they're not the number one seed. I mean, they're they're the number four seed they got to win three games including two on the road. So I think that's as big of a difference. Anything DC as opposed to have an it. Just win two home games poly Dak Prescott passing numbers last year. This year. He's up five percentage points in completion percentage. He's up with five hundred yards. He's at the same number touchdowns and he's down five interceptions. So he's from two years ago from last year two years ago, he was white hot. You know? He was just exactly but he's kinda back to his rookie year stats or close to them. Right passing stats. Okay. But that begs another question everybody stats this year are better than they used to be other than like Matthew Stafford I feel like so do we have to take that into account? I mean drew Brees last year set the all time record for completion percentage of seventy two percent. And in this year was seventy four point four and yet nobody actually thinks he's going to win the MVP at this point everybody just assumed it's going to be Mahomes, kind of crazy actually I mean, we have to take a different look now at the stats. I feel like than we ever did before. I wanna get into these coaching moves a little bit who is the hot candidate. Okay. So number one would be out of all the jobs that are available which one would you want the most? And then number two who is the most sought after candy. There isn't like really one guy. I'll find out from Albert breer. He's on top of Eason insider for 'em. QB as well as NBC sports boss when we return fifteen minutes past the hour here. This is the Dan Patrick show. Everybody's got it to do this. I get one for my wife drop off the dry cleaning pick-up, some milk figure out something to get out of the house. So I can relax. Here's an idea. Let's add save hundreds of dollars on car insurance. The good thing. You don't have to drop off or pick up. Anything? All you have to do is go to Geico dot com and fifteen minutes, you could be saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance. Do you like extra money in your pocket? Do you like not having to drive somewhere to pick something up? This is a way to do it. It just may be the most rewarding thing on your to do list today. 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We're going to be joined by Albert breer in a couple of minutes here from the QB NBC sports, boss. We need to talk to him about everything going on with all these coach hirings coach moves in a couple of minutes. You know? It's funny though, we were just I was just talking about windy city rehab. I mean, that's basically what Matt Nagy is done the head coach the bears. And that's what all these teams twenty five percent. A quarter of the league needs a coach. And frankly, right now is there anybody out there that you'd really be excited about mclovin. Is there a guy that you'd be like, oh, man, if we need to coach that's the guy I would want. I mean, Josh mcdaniels is the name that keeps popping in my head. But it's complicated. Like you said before the show. I don't know Zach Taylor BC's an extra on McVeigh. I just love that next. Sean mcveigh. I keep looking for the next Schaumburg. Everybody's the next. Everybody's looking for the next Sean McVeigh the thing that's weird about mcdaniel's is not only what happened last year with the colts. But he's a quarterback guru. You know, his strength is quarterback and offense and he traded up to draft. Tim tebow in the first round, isn't that kind of? I mean, isn't that my if I was interviewing if I was interviewing Josh, my first question would be like, we'll Josh how do I know if we offer you the job that you're going to take you know, what happened last year, and you have to ask them what happened and indie, and then number two would be so talk me through the Tibo thing because I'm hiring you for your offensive and quarterback Accu men and you traded up in the first round and take him. I played in New England for Josh. I really like Josh personally. I think he's very good at what he does. But I think those are big questions. Paulie the chiefs offense coordinator Eric enemy. He's interviewing for a few different jobs. Do you think people look at guys like Matt Nagy, and Eric enemies say they could put a system in that makes my quarterback better than he is like Mitch Trubisky may not be great. But he's playing pretty well in this offense. That's what they're all looking for right? But one thing like, let's just grab Eric enemy. What was funny about it? Now is everyone just says you got to go ahead and hire anybody that's. Worked under Sean McVay or Andy Reid, and they'll come in and they'll fix my quarterback. Which is not the case. I mean, one of these guys, I don't know Zach Taylor the enemy or whoever it's not gonna work. Let's ask my buddy Albert rear doesn't absolutely terrific job for the QB for NBC sports, Boston. You can check him out on Twitter. Like, I do at Albert breer Alvar always good to talk with you, buddy. A lot to get into. I guess I want to start with the mcdaniels thing. I don't know. If you heard what I was saying. But I feel like the combination of whatever happened with the colts last year and Tibo I feel like those would be my first two questions if I was interviewing him, and I feel like that might be that might be tough for him to to overcome well in you know, I think I take it back for that back to a former teammate of yours, and I think a lot of people that were in New England in two thousand and eight for the Matt Cassel year really got this idea like we can do this with what? Ever quarterback. Like, we can do it doesn't matter who you give us just give me an athlete who can stay through an who can learn and all the able to make something with it, you know. And so I think whoever the the guys that were there on the offense of side of the ball in two thousand and I think they'll O'Brien was affected by this to you see with the way that they fumbled through quarterbacks Houston the first few years that they could almost make do with anything it quarterback. And I think Josh has learned his lesson on that. And so, you know, I I think he's a very different coach. Then he wasn't Denver ended the problem that he has from a perception standpoint is that you know, he left Denver goes to Saint Louis for a year that doesn't work out. They all get fired. And then he goes back to New England. And he's with quarterback of all time again. But I can't tell you the way the teams look at him. And the way the teams that are considering him. Look at him is as somebody who was way ahead when it comes. All of the offense of innovation that, we've seen over the course of the last, you know, three or four years and all the 'cause concepts make their way to the NFL. And all of that like, Josh mcdaniels is really seen as somebody who was on the front end of that. And I could certainly see where I came like Green Bay would be very very interested in based on his experience with Tom Brady. Do you think Albert did he's the most highly sought after candidate? And if he's not is there a guy that you hear or believe is is higher than anybody else. Well, I first of all no, I don't think I I don't think gosh fit for everybody. And one of the reasons why I think the Green Bay is my my wind up being the right fit. And I think pretty big is the word that very seriously. You know, you look at like a week from now could be making that higher one. There's you know, some pre existing background with him in the tantrum editor in that. He was the front runner for the forty Niners job three years ago or two years ago and simultaneous. Brian go to Kuhn's the the guys Packers general manager now with the front runner for the forty Niners GM Jonah. So they did work on each other on the second piece of this is that the Packers need to find someone who's been co-chairing Rogers. And you it sounds like a simple thing. But how many people on the planet can possibly know what it's like have to find a way to give Aaron Rodgers new information to challenge him on a day-to-day basis, and how difficult that is. Well, you know, Josh mcdaniels because he's coach Tom Brady is one of the few people who have experienced doing that sort of thing with that level of quarterback. I do not think he's the most sought after candidate. And I'm going to tell you that the most sought after candidate right now has a job, and we'll be coaching this weekend, and that's John Harbaugh. And I just I just tell you that. I think a lot of teams are sitting out there waiting to see what happens, and if he doesn't find it extension and a lot of this is gonna come down to timing Russ. You know that like if they make a run to the AFC championship game or one of these teams are going to have to move on. But if they get eliminated this week. And they're going to be a handful of teams of NBC in there and saying, well, let's wait and see whether or not John harbach does that extension. What the rape? So there are some moving pieces they are in. And again, you know, I think because so much turn over the last eight years and sort of sapped the the pipeline. There are a lot of teams that feel like this year in particular. They've gotta think outside the box think creatively about who can hire. But even if he doesn't sign an extension Albert he's still under contract through next year. Right. But if you're the ravens, and you know, he doesn't want to be there. And I'm not saying that for case. So like, let's just say John Harvey looks at it Ozzie Newsome has gone. There's a new general manager coming in and Erica cost of the organization is going to be a little different. I say he wants a little more control. Any can't get it. Do the ravens ban go forward knowing that very well might be John Harbaugh's next year. Do they go four with John Harbaugh and Elaine duck year or the turn around and try to get draft pick for them. I mean, I think that's. The question, right. Like is to you the the ravens, you know. And and you're in that situation, and he's not willing to sign an extension, and you know, that you might lose him in a year is it better to go through with the two thousand nine hundred and season ten as your coach knowing that, you know, he might be gone or is it better to rip the band aid off? And collect some some some compensation for him. I think it's a fair question that talking now breer my buddy from the QB you can catch him as well. NBC sports Boston. He always has the information terrific point about mcdaniel's and Aaron Rodgers and with how close Rogers and Brady are I do think that there would be you know, that Rodgers would not that he's the one making the decision, but he definitely would sign off on it and be happy about it. I would imagine. Yeah. And you know, again is wondering where. It's it's a challenge. Again, is it challenge to coach those guys I think that anybody who coached Peyton Manning? We'll tell you the same thing that there's an exotic either comes along with coaching guys at that level, you know, you know, day-to-day basis there so prepared and there's they they've got so much background. And they've got so much experience. You know, they they know the game. So well, it's very very difficult to find something that the for for a coach I day to day basis to go in that environment. And no like this guy's gonna think I'm full I'm not working him. And you know, that's how guess made his name. But manning was. There, you know, feel texts from Peyton at one in the morning of and had a had something he needed to answer, you know. And so you know, that piece of it I think's really really important, and I think Tom Brady would communicate that to Aaron Rodgers which would be huge for Josh going going in there, and knowing that that's been communicated Aaron Rodgers errands, not the easiest guy to coach Aaron has his own stock on the way that things should be. I think that the guys on Mike McCarthy's staff would tell you that, you know, Aaron's propensity for changing plays and playoff schedule and all that different stuff, frustrated them points, and they made it more difficult for for McCarthy and assistance is play callers. But I would tell you the flip side of that is that you know, we're all Rhode problems. He's had to last year the frustrations that he's had with McCarthy's often. I would think that he'd have to be open minded there's someone with Josh mcdaniels resume coming in and trying to put the. Offense on a different level. And it's been okay. So Albert put horrible aside since he's under contract. Is there a guy who's available right now? That's the most, you know, intriguing guy or the echo. Is it Adam gaze is there is there a guy who who are you most convinced is going to get a job? Aces in that group. You know, I think cases there in case. I I to me it's just, you know, combination of okay? He's got head coaching experience. He's got the most of the quarterbacks he's been around. And you know, I think that he'll get in the interview rooms impress people. So he's definitely one. I'm gonna give you another one that's sort of off the radar that I believe could have can't have a job if he wants one, and that's the that's the head coach at Iowa State Matt Campbell. And I'm just telling us a general manager put him on my radar camper. And the amount of unsolicited tax. I get from people in the league whenever I write or say something about Matt Campbell is staggering about how impressive he is. How impresses the program at Iowa State is or questions or coming from the cars all about you know, how would he put his staff together? What would it look like all the rest of it? But you know, I very much think that you know, that that that if the if if he were willing to talk. To the jets. I think he would be at or near the top of their list. And I think that the Browns quietly quietly see if they see if CC where his interested, and and maybe quietly going and talk to him, you know, these things obviously at the college level have to be a little bit different because of how they reflect affect recruiting and all the rest of it. But I think Matt Campbell will be a head coach in the NFL and the next year or two if he doesn't go to college football blue, but aren't so Albert we talked about the first two questions. I would ask Josh mcdaniels. I wanna get to Adam case then because I I've seen you tweet that things didn't end well in Denver, which is why he's not a candidate. There the Miami Dolphins just fired him. I thought somewhat surprisingly. And reportedly there were players that went to the owner Stephen Ross and said that they wanted him out. They didn't like them. I mean, I mean my first question if I'm interviewing Adam gazes, what the heck happened in Denver in my. Emme that things ended so poorly. Yeah. And I think in Denver. I would just tell you in Denver. It's I don't know who is the Broncos being I picked off at him as much as it was maybe him being kicked off that you wasn't more of a candidate. I mean. Head coaching job there when it went to Gary kubiak, and that all happened really really quick. And because you know, part of the condition of kubiak coming was that he got to bring work Denison offense coordinator, there just wasn't a spot for him and Denver, you know, in two thousand fifteen and so I think that there's I'd be surprised if Denver went that route based on everything there as for you know, how this you know, how he's going to explain away. What happened, you know, Miami? What happens a Denver? You know? Look, I I think that he is absolutely positively from you know, that Nick Sabin Bill chicks school coaching. He coaches guys hard. He's tough. He comes off as an alpha and he's not for everybody. But I think you can see the players who listened to got results that question. What that I'm gaze is going to be how comfortable are you with, you know, him having a strong idea and what he wants to players because there are. Obviously some guys in that that were in Miami that aren't Miami anymore because you know, didn't want guys looking Dominic and sue Jarvis Landry. You know, they weren't program guys. And so they weren't end up being gone. And so you you have to be comfortable with that part of it. But I think the results he's not getting the most out of guys who sign up for for for what he's selling them as have been outstanding almost across the board. And he's got you got a lot out of the Miami team this year that wasn't very talented. And you know, so I think there's a lot of positive there on top of the obvious, which is that, you know, he's still young guy. Who's got a lot of experience coaching quarterbacks at a very very high Alber. Whoa. What are the aid openings was the most surprising to you was it gays was it Mike Brown? Finally, pulling the trigger on more. And do you think that there might be any more surprises to come Jay Gruden neural swear? Now, I mean, I think that this is probably it was the possible exception. You know went to possible. That the possible acceptable, the more, you know, like where you know, something happens there. I still think the owner I still think speaker shoddy you know, I think he's being artist what he says he wants to keep more about like, I think that that is a big part of what happened in Baltimore was on the landscape and recognizing like holy crap. Like all these teams are lining up winding up to to hire my coach. And I'm looking at it the landscape like, and I'm an ir who instead of John Harbaugh. Like, we have the breaks here. And so I think the very I think he's genuine when he says if you wanna hold on her about the surprising to me was probably I would say the fact that Miami did what they did surprise me a little bit just in that. I I knew tanenbaum and gays wouldn't be back together. And I thought there was a chance that it was going to be Jason Greer running the show there. I'm surprised that they went. Route that they went, and I think it's an intelligent way, you do because I think Chris Greer was the grown up in the row times there and among those the the guys in that building maybe the most respected across the week. I was surprised that, you know, getting rid of gays and getting rid of PanAm didn't lead to a total bowl AMI. And I think it's actually it's actually Kristie on to you know, I think at least was able to feed it in a rational way and recognize that Chris Greer was a guy who was very very capable of of leading team, even though he hadn't done it before Albert always appreciate the time. Thank you so much. Excellent insight information as well encouraged people to check you out on Twitter at Albert breer. And all the stuff you're writing over the QB. It is fantastic. Thanks so much, man. Gotta thanks for us. All right there. He is Albert breer my buddy from the m QB the twenty eighteen Mercedes AM. G E class where the suite of innovative technologies? 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Quickview indicators visually inform drivers to the level tires are performing in dry, wet and snow conditions, while sportplus technology, enhances grip on wet roads and provides precise steering for maximum control. Visit continental tire dot com for more details. What are we have this day in sports history in nineteen sixty five? Joe name signed the richest rookie contract and pro history and about history four hundred thousand dollars in seventy two Elvis Presley gave Mohammed Ali a robe. With the people's champion on it. And he wore it when he lost a Ken Norton, a few months later and two thousand three Bill Parcells was announced as the new head coach of the Dallas Cowboys. I remember that day. I was on the Cowboys at that time. Really? Yeah. How did you find out sportscenter? Or, you know, however, anybody else found out, Dan, Patrick, probably I remember distinctly wondering, okay. Is that good for me or not you think coach Parcells saw you on the Rosser said, that's it. I'm taking the job like Ross Tucker is is in there as I will say this though, he had a he called a meeting, you know, as NFL player like people don't know this. But you're off for January February March till yet to come back for the off season program, and he called a meeting like January fourteenth or twenty seven th or something for all for everybody to come back. So I flew back in for it. And one of the guys in the team picked me up at the airport on their forget because he was from Cleveland and there was an ice storm. And they were like people in the ditches like if people in Dallas when there's an ice storm. They really slammed the brakes, and then they go flying. You don't know how to drive in those in those conditions. But anyway, we get in the meeting. So first of all the two things I remember about Parcells first meeting number one. The meeting was like ten AM. I'd say half the dudes were in there by nine thirty. They were not his reputation preceded him, which I think by the way is part of the point. Right. That guy, you know, guys just because of his success, and because of his reputation guys were not messing around. Do you think that was the point of the meeting to have everyone? Fly back to say, I'm in charge of this place. Just in the meeting itself what he talked about wasn't important. But the fact that I'm going to tell you guys to leave your vacations early and fly back to Dallas because I'm I'm in charge now. No, I think that there was some points. He really wanted to make about how important the off season program was. What he his expectations were in terms of conditioning and people's wait. I think that was the lowest mandatory wait I ever had to make three twelve I to be three twelve or I get fine. That was the lowest of any team I ever played for the he wanted you to be less than you know, I had been like three fifteen three twenty. I don't know where they got the number from there. Like you have to be three twelve. I was like, oh, wow. I gotta like diet. I gotta like, you know, watch what I'm eating here. But on air forget, he has this huge book. And he's he says fellas you know, what this is. This is a compilation. And he stops and go and says worst Tucker, and I was like, oh, no, I'm like right here. He's like what's a compilation now. And I was like. It's a bunch of smaller things combined into one coach. And he's like, that's right. And I knew Tucker would know that because he went to Princeton. So I thought that that would be like good like I thought like all right? All right. I got so. So I think he actually liked the Ivy league thing though, after that like he would always talk to me about like Wall Street, and like how he knew the CEO's. I was like, okay, cool. Yeah. That's awesome. But here's what's funny after that meeting. I had at least five guy to me and say, dude, I'm so glad he asked you. I had no idea. What a couple issue was. Good. Yes. You know, what you want to? Seating. So when you're you're like three fifteen three twenty right? Did you enjoy eating food or like or was it a job? Sue, I was a guy that enjoyed eating food, and I did not have to work to keep my weight up. I had to actually work to keep it down which is weird because my rookie year. I started at three oh eight I ended up to eighty eight. I hit the I hit the rookie wall hard. And so after the I was like I can't be playing NFL offense Alliant, turn eighty eight pounds. So I came back the next year for training camp at like three twenty five three twenty four because I wanted to at least be three oh five three ten during the season. Yes. For its fund was not to prepare for going from two eighty eight to three ten as far as eating whenever you want. And all that it was actually easy. Like, I would go to I would go Chipotle, and I would get to burritos and crush them. Both like like two big burritos and crush both of them. I used to go to subway and get two foot longs. Double meet nice Russian both. But I didn't even look at that. As being like, a lot of food like in my in my college football, -fensive Lyman NFL off to in mind that was like normal. Like, I never see your point. I never looked at it. Like, oh, I don't feel like eating and I'm still eating. But there are a lot of guys like that. Remember, Mike, right? The old patriots D lineman for a few years, Mike, right? He said his alarm clock every three hours and eat six like hard, boiled eggs, and then go and then go back to sleep for three hours like all day. He did that all day to try to keep his weight up. Paulie right after Nate Newton. The Cowboys offense alignment retired. He joined ESPN radio, and we were working there. He went across the street that McDonald's and he came back and he spent thirty four dollars on a big bag. Mcdonald's. Puts it down on the table and myself and to a producer sit there sitting there, and you just start spreading out. I go all we're good. We just hey, this isn't for you. And it was all for him. He spent thirty four bucks on herself, which is tough to do. I mean, that's a commitment. No. I I had friends of mine say I was a terrible order because I I would get up close to twenty dollars at fast food restaurants, which is actually hard to do. I never I've never really thought about money that much when it comes to food food's to important. Let's get to best and worse that weekend. One of my favorite things. You guys do on the show is hearing best and worst the weekend from you guys end the listeners. It's awesome. The number eight seven seven three DP show or hit us up on Twitter at DP show at Ross Tucker. 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Understanding Singleness and Singlehood (Relationship Matters)

MAKING IMPACT with Daniel Patrick.

10:20 min | 5 months ago

Understanding Singleness and Singlehood (Relationship Matters)

"These east micatin part international a motivation organization that is meant to transform lives to become kingdom leaders. Let's go into the wonderful today. Regular host welcome to this wonderful and blessed causes sites. I'm really happy to have you here at. I'm glad to hear from you and also to speak to you right now. I'm happy for the future. That i i saw some people from canada and other place of the word. I'm very happy with you. And i want to say thank you so much. Thank you so much. Thank you so much a blessing. You're really wonderful. Your special and so we have donna of things. We've talked about Common relationship problems and other things and entrances into of this very topic on relationship relationship matters. And today we're gonna talk about singleness and single. I believe this is something that everyone wants to hear. No somebody told me said why. Are you just talking about relationship. 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But i think that the nation is having a problem. Because when you out yourself when you surprised you saw it means. You're being isolated. I think you understand that. So but i have a very good of nation which i have coined out which i have taken my time to research to thing to meditate over and is very simple definition. It means being one within yourself and logan yourself being one within yourself. What am i books i wrote. I said the men of the war. Holy hitch l. y. It means oneness one and that means mytalk my actions on what i see one. So what you talk about a one single as it means that you can differentiate me. You can separately from my words for my action. What i think so. I am one. This is a really wonderful. I think we have to sit back and listen carefully again. I said singleness means being one with your saw. That means i know myself what. I say the same what i think what i do. Wow so this is one of the things that has really given a problem. 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06/02/21 DPS Hour 2 Chris Bosh

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06/02/21 DPS Hour 2 Chris Bosh

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Dan patrick show come on in stale great appearance by reggie miller in the first hour. If you miss any of our interviews just go to. Dan patrick dot com. We will bring back some of his comments. He basically said the lakers treated that game last night like it was a preseason game. It's just kind of go in go through the motions and get out of here head back home. Hopefully anthony davis is going to be healthy. Here's how lebron summed up last night's performance and we got gotta ask it. I mean it's just that simple. God's whatever they wanted to get to in his game and you know we got to be better. Obviously if we're going to force a game seven so obviously a lot to learn from his game lots of cover you know what we gotta do. Better go on a game. Six but pretty much kicked is nothing else to say. Reggie miller said that this was almost like a game plan. Just go in and then let's head back home. Try to get a win and then force. A game seven in phoenix give. Anthony davis the day off the number one trending topic right now has to do with. Anthony davis charles. Barkley had this to say last night on tnt. Ed davis a. I told you can win this this this this series forget about the championship. They can't win this series without Street close. I'm not even want to explain that. I call them after the street. Clothes davis because he's always in street clothes number one trending topic anthony street. Clothes davis eight seven seven three. Dp show email address dpi. Dan patrick twitter handle it. Dp show if you survive then this is just sort of a messy first round series and then street closes funny. If you don't get past the first round that might be sort of the image. You're left with with. Anthony davis not being able to play. But there's so many of these role players that maybe they don't know their roles of they certainly don't perform their roles. Dennis schroder cannot go scoreless. If you're the second best player you're in trouble and you saw that last night lack of any performance from anybody and it felt like after the second quarter this was done it was a fait accompli. It was just a matter of okay. How much is you can rub this in. And when you're winning by thirty lebron exit stage. Let let's i. I don't like it now. You can say well. He probably went back to get treatment. Okay it just feels like hey you win and you lose as a team and the brand new when he left the bench now. Is it a big thing. No i just don't i. I love lebron. i'm a staunch supporter. I just don't like when he does little things that he that he doesn't need to do. Okay you're going to get treatment so now you're going to get a headstart here. Okay just if he were up by. Thirty is lebron going into the locker room to get treatment. Probably not and. I know it's a small thing but these are the i i don't like when lebron when when skip bayless and some of these other pundits you know they go after lebron. And if i don't know why. I feel like i have to stick up for him but i do because i don't think we'll see lebron james something like this ever again this career individual numbers the team numbers mean. It's once in a generation you truly is once in a generation but stay on the bench aisher foot on the bench if you want to or your ankle but if you're up thirty you're not going to the locker room. I don't think the greatest game comes to compete. Greatest in the game. That's the greatest in the three to one the greatest in the game come to compete in the us. Women's open from the olympic club. Thursday through sunday on golf channel peacock and nbc adrian. Whoa generality had this tweet. Celtics president of basketball operations. Danny aines seriously considering his future with the franchise and could make a decision to step down. Sources tell pm this. It feels like has been simmering there for a little while. And if danny age does step down does he step in another direction to another team would be something to keep an eye on his well. Also the investing investment group that bought the minnesota timberwolves. That includes alex rodriguez. There has been talk rumors that he wants to move the team to seattle. So then it's a relocation not you pay the expansion fee. I was told yesterday that rod is not moving. The timber wolves to seattle of course started his basketball or baseball career. They're fond memories of seattle. Wants to bring basketball back. Somebody is going to bring basketball back to seattle. But i'm told that. Alex rodriguez did not go in and help by the minnesota timberwolves to move them. I think the other part of that would be interesting to keep an eye on his kevin garnett role with the minnesota timberwolves cagey has made no secret of the fact. He hates the owner glen. Taylor but now taylor selling it does k get involved with the minnesota timberwolves so just a couple of side topics here but i know that that was a story yesterday. That was just kind of percolating. And then i reached out to a source. Said any chance that a rod would move this team and i was told no chance exclamation point apple. Do you think if the nba moved. Let's say the timber wolves hypothetically like you said they would take that opportunity to move another team at the same time to vegas. It seems like it seems obvious. Why wonder if the oakland as are going to end up in vegas right the sacramento kings end in vegas like somebody's going to end up in vegas but i think the nba wants to give back like seattle. Never should have lost their team but it feels like the nba wants to do a make good. But then you're gonna have to pay the expansion fee. This would have been a relocation fee with the tim. wolf's moved to seattle yom mclovin. Do you have to play inside and vegas. For a whole summer season you'd have to build an indoor arena. Probably org if you play at night. Can you get away with it. You're talking about baseball baseball. Yeah if the as moved there yeah they just built this incredibly expensive football stadium with they played there. Can you play baseball in that football stadium but remember we ripped the as for playing on a football field for years now it. Yeah but but this is inside on turf. That field at the coliseum is like. There's no playing field worse than that i mean. It's you gotta baseball. Infant i've been on the turf at lambeau where they painted grass for a playoff game. They painted it. They painted dirt but there was charm with that. Because it's lambeau y- the oakland a.'s. The oakland raiders. And that was. It's a it's a decrepit building and the turf in minutes. It's not it's so substandard to everybody else. That as baseball field. You'd see the line for the end zone. They'd be faded white lines for the twenty and thirty yard line and you could see and they try to get rid of. Couldn't dad bad lot of basketball tonight. Wizard sixers hawks knicks. Grizzlies jazz mavs clippers. Phone calls are always welcome. We say good morning to peacock are streaming service. We also say good morning to our radio affiliates around the country the blazers very well may not get past the first round of the playoffs and despite the team's lack of success we're gonna remember damian lillard performance last night against the nuggets at fifty fifty five twelve three pointers double overtime loss in the blazers down. Three games to two lillard needed just a little help last night. Just a little but if you watch degree of difficulty if they gave you points for degree of difficulty he'd be simone biles like he just does things in ugo. How is he doing that. Step backs over guys. Who were six ten seven feet. I mean is rangers matched only by steph curry. That's pretty good when you say well you know. Who's who you compared to steph. Curry trae young is trying to get their got a ways to go. But damian lillard and reggie miller brought up some great points. He said look. Don't blame damian lillard. like he's loyal. Wants to stay in portland. You know because. I said i know. I hope we don't look back and say what could have been because that's really what it it's been so far and are they wasting his talent there. Can you get the right. People there. Because damian lillard. There's i mean the number of people in the world. Who can do what he does. You could probably count on one hand. He's that he's he's special. I just. I hate to see this where somebody goes through their career and then we look back and say well. They didn't win. he does everything he can possibly do. And it's still not enough in denver. I i'll give them credit. They don't have their starting backcourt. Jamal murray is not playing. But that's playoff basketball where you have these performances and You know i go back to jerry. West averaged forty a game in the nba finals and lost and he was named the most valuable player by the way. I'm doing this podcast. I'm one of the producers. It's called westward. And jerry west is prominently featured here with his thoughts on the lakers moving to los angeles. All the things that he's done. And i i find out so many interesting things. The detroit pistons offered their entire roster to the lakers for the chance to draft magic johnson. Now they didn't have a great team back then but they i mean. Imagine that because you know you wanted to have a a detroit guy michigan guy. He played at michigan state and the pistons offered their entire roster. That's when they ended up with magic's teammate. greg keller from michigan state with the fourth pick overall hedging. You're gonna offer up your entire roster and also there. There's been this story that is out there. I don't know if jerry west who's ever confirmed this the lakers. They were sort of split on to take sydney moncrieff. Who was wonderful player. That the story that i was told his jerry. West wanted sydney moncrieff not magic and sydney moncrieff. Like here's a hall of famer. If he's not he should be but city. Moncrieff was a wonderful wonderful player for the blocks. But that was the story. She find out all of these crazy stories. Like jerry buss jerry. Buss owned. He was the owner of the pacers for a little while and then he got the opportunity through jack. Kente cook to be able to buy the lakers. And i think there's a crazy story that owned the chrysler building in new york like he was. He was selling off assets to be able to get the lakers. And what jerry buss realised is. I'm gonna make this hollywood. i'm gonna give you cheerleaders. Short skirts were inviting celebrities. Here we're going to play in a style. That paul westhead initially tried to implement he got fired. Magic basically said it's You know. I want him fired. They brought in pat riley. Who was part of chick hearn's broadcast. Team and riles then basically ran. What paul westhead had instituted showtime basketball mean jerry. Buss look at every team tries to do this. Like what jerry buss did to be able to say. Here's showtime come out in you're going to see something that's different than everybody else. Also the house lights show everybody in the lower portion of the arena wears it used to be the stage was almost like a broadway stage and it was dark all around it and that was what you were watching. But the lakers and jerry buss remarkable what he was able to do yarmuk level. See i knew. Jack had cook as the redskins owner. Yes and i just google it. So he kind have owned the lakers and built the four way back in the day yes. He also was in the guinness book of records for the most expensive divorce in history. Not a record you want well no. It's not anymore. Because nobody's going to touch jeff bezos bill gates. And at the time. Jack kente cook. I think it was a he. He had to pay sixty million dollars. That was the largest divorce. Settlement jordan's was bigger than that. Neil diamond i remember had a large divorce settlement but gates in basis nats a different bone nikolic data day. Sixty million. Yeah man so there. You go just some nuggets that i've learned with this podcast called westward. It's really it's great because you're hearing jerry. West giving his thoughts A lot of interesting a lot of interesting stories. Yes scene of jerry west to that. You don't see very or hear often. That is something else that the first episode on your show jerry. Whoa jerry west unplugged and not safe for work. No no you can't have the kids in the car. Sure cat. yeah. Paulie jerry buss. You're right the owner of the lakers. He bought the lakers. The kings of the same time and in the deal you want it was like a trade. He traded the chrysler building in the ownership of it. So that was a first major trade. He gave a ranch and sixty seven million dollars and ownership of the chrysler building. Yeah deal will. What else do you want. We'll throw in the chrysler building. Yeah 'cause quite chrysler building that connick. Great chrysler building is gorgeous. But it's sun goes down. I mean just imagine that. They're in the negotiations and chrysler buildings in new york and just a win when the sun goes down and it lights up at night it is gorgeous. Nothing like yeah mclovin. you haven't been inside heavier. I have gorgeous lobby. Yes not the best place to work. I haven't been in there since mid eighties over. Yeah probably hasn't changed much. Well it's like when you go into grand central that whatever that is that they created up there like it's the sistine chapel's it's this fresco. I mean it's absolutely stunning. But jackie kennedy onassis finance. That are helped finance the refurbishing grand central. And you see that when you go. There light fixtures and the ceiling if you go in there and now people who commute. They don't take time. But i my brother came in from out of town and he was gonna take a train from grand central to come up and see us and i said look at the architecture. Grand central look look at the ceiling. Look the light fixtures and he took these pictures i mean. It's absolutely stunning. But jackie kennedy. Onassis help refurbish that. And it's gorgeous but they're also doing penn station. They've they've done an incredible upgrade with penn station. I was curious. Have you gotten this. Not i have i saw. Cbs saturday morning and they did a piece on it. And i mean it looks gorgeous. What did you think of. The old penn stat was horrible. It was horrible. Food was horrible. It was crowded you'd like it was dicey the was dic- don't go to the bathroom so you know hold it. Yeah you're gonna have to hold it. Yeah but we're going to philadelphia. You hold it yes see. I wonder if you know penn station right below madison square garden. I wonder if having a shiny new penn station underneath the old madison square gardens. Go over well that places when you. When you're in an old penn station and then you go into an old madison square garden. It's like oh yeah kinda works but all of a sudden it's gonna feel pretty old. Maybe i see where they're raising ticket prices for the next next year. Hey we made the playoffs. We're going to raise ticket prices. Yes mclovin poll. Worst bathroom to port authority have you. That's a that's a bad place. Yes it is or penn station. Port authority port authority was. That was sketchy a bus station in the west side. Oh yes it was very very sketchy back in the eighties. I've read stories about what that was like in the eighties. It's like a post apocalyptic. Yes yeah but dicey and you just go in and you just you because i lived in jersey i to get on a bus and go out to ridgewood new jersey and i just you just hope that you made it to your bus. Yeah paulie sotos. Bathrooms are not used for going to the bathroom. If you don't that's the last activity that's going on in there. Yeah there were people who would walk in and people. You're there for other reasons. They were running a business. Yeah like up. don't get up my bad. Yes mclovin that being said the apartment that you lived in one thousand nine hundred nine or whatever. What do you think it's worth now. How many times what it was ed. Well i paid five hundred dollars a month and that included utilities. And you you could basically turn on the faucet flush the toilet and use the microwave and you could do it from just about the same seated position. You just turn a little bit over here. I could turn on the faucet turn over here. You can flush the toilet turnover here and you can use the microwave. And i remember big time. Cnn sports reporter. And i'm just living in this hell and my wife who was my girlfriend. She lived in a closet in an apartment. Didn't have any windows. She never invited me over. I never invited her over. And then we didn't think the each either one of us liked. I never been over there. He's never invited me over. It was like we were so embarrassed. Mclovin the ultimate was. I had a real estate agent. Take apartment where the toy. Just out in the middle of the living room. Yeah just with no enclosure around the dinner party. Excuse me for my wife. She looked at an apartment where the bathtub was in the kitchen and she brought her mom and her mom started crying when she saw where she might be living. And it's just a crawlspace where her where she'd be sleeping. I mean new yorkers are resilient because there's like the you look at some of these living spaces and you go. How much is that. Oh that's fifteen hundred. What well now six. It's crazy Let me see. Danny ainge expected to step down as president of basketball operations brad. Stevens is expected to assume a more prominent front office role with the team. That's according to adrienne motrin around skiing. We'll take a break. We'll get to phone calls coming up a hall of famer. Chris bosh will join us. It's twenty two after the hour. Thanks for joining us here. On the dan patrick show it's amazing. It's discover matching all the cash. 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Good to see everything is everything is going. Well how's the jumper right now. Man you know it is rusty jumper. Awhile how long did it take you to get used to your role with the heat because you were. You're all star in toronto. You put up big numbers and then now you've got to be the third guy and it's not as easy as it looks. I didn't get used to it Probably until we finally won the championship and and then it was always one of those things where they constantly had to reinvent myself. I don't think i ever all the way got used to it because I had two more you know and and even on some nights you know he would change so know. Deny beyond the have to up my scoring Some nights i would just set screens and and be bigeye rolling down The paint and a plan these than some days would just be. We need you to guard the biggest guy and and guard fifty screening roles. And you know that was one of the fascinating things. I've found From being with that team. But i would say in in you know just getting used to being uncomfortable. It definitely took more than one season. I would say season and a half so kind of really sit in my role. And then even after that i had to get used to change. Lebron ever really get mad at you. I'm sure i'm sure. I mean that's that's one of the parts of playing the game. Bright if you're on a team with somebody you're going to go through the whole wave of emotions and i'm sure you know he He was upset with me. I'm for sure it was upset with him on many occasions but we were always able to work it out. You know work communication and and it always came from a place to get better. That's what made it important. What do you make of what happened with the celtics. Here's age leaving Brad stevens moving up you have a. I thought you had team. That could win. Chips plural here within young talent. And that you know that window of opportunity closes pretty quickly. Look at what the nets have their in brooklyn. So you're not going to be better than them. You're not better than the sixers. So how would you. How would you look at the celtics right now. Well they don't have to rebuild You know with tatum and brown. Marcus smart they have good young talent. They have a nucleus. I think that they can build off. I think definitely this year was a disappointment. I think they'll be the first to tell you that they definitely underachieved this year and then injury started piling up and in ended up being a disappointing season for him but with the talent that they have they have to continue. I guess you know there were some things to figure out. Obviously right but i think for them moving forward. They need to put the necessary pieces in place in order to be successful. Obviously right but i mean they're right there they have to continue to get better Obviously there there's been a huge shaka. I'm interested to see who who will be the next hires for coaches and Gm's and stuff like that and filling in the rest of the gaps with the team. Your best miami heat team against this brooklyn nets team who would win yeah you know i'm a competitor man. I always say we're going to win every single time. But i tell you those The nets play together They'll get better and better their their tremendous offensive team. Durant right you you get durant. I mean we probably move around. I would guard him a little of course or try to brian. Regard mostly probably shame badea with guard and quite a bit but yeah that would be the fun part when they go small and how dynamic the gang we become and how we try to match up with that. What's the most impressive performance that you ever witnessed whether it was on with a teammate or the opposition. Kobe scored eighty one point. I was a young fill in that game. Taking my beatings man. What's that like though when you realize. Oh this is historical yet. It was surreal. I mean You re when once you realize it. It's too late and it's and it's cohen in. I remember just kind of running down the court. And i kept looking up at the screen. And it's like his score was multiplying house. He scoring points at a time. This is crazy and it. Was you know we were bad. Defensive team that year china. We're trying to figure things out and this just like. Oh my god. We're into staples center. They're killing us and everybody's laughing and cope everybody except koby. He's just got the eye of the tiger right now. And he's unstoppable. it was. It was just an incredible performance. Is one of those things where you find yourself watching. Even though you're in the game do you think he could've scored one hundred. Yeah yeah yeah. He's one of those guys. I i was so the funny thing about that story is like i think a month before a few weeks before he has sixty one and three quarters on the mavericks. Yes and looking at that game. I said what no are they doing. How do you let this guy's course sixty four. That's atrocious got smashed. Look i feel bad for jalen rose. Whenever the anniversary comes up everybody wants to talk to jalen. Jalen was guarding. Well trying to guard kobe. A net gain. Yeah yeah he he got. He got a nice chunk of those. Those points man. Kobe gave to everybody. What was the second best. Performance ever witnessed lebron Game six in boston in two thousand twelve by far what. we're credible what. We're his numbers in that. Do you remember. I can't remember. I know we have. I think i want to say forty five. Yeah i won't say yeah. Forty five points but i remember I had a. I had grown and of course being down three two going into boston garden. You know it's it's not in a situation you went in and i just remember him. Being pretty confident in i was. I was ailing. I had i had a hurt growing. So i'm trying to figure out how i'm just gonna contribute and so i'm playing with pain and about midway through the second quarter early in the second quarter i was realizing like man hasn't missed yet and so i just got the hell out the way and it made my job easier because if we get if we keep getting stops just give the ball to him and we'll just continue riding this way but it was an incredible performance. Why do you think. Paul pierce doesn't like lebron. I don't think that that he doesn't like them. I think is just you know extreme competitors. There's bad blood though. Chris i of course i mean look you know Playoff you play when you play somebody. So many times in the playoffs like they. Did you actually just not going to like him. You know you don't have time to go to dinner or sit down. You know there's been plenty of celtics that i don't like you know and that's just that's just how it goes but paul he's he's you know. He's a huge competitor. He wants to win and if he doesn't he's probably not in the best mode a who who do not like to this day. Nothing lead over his bladder over. You know it's all good man. Trav can retire with kevin garnett. Yeah we were. We were talking at the hall of fame after his induction We got the chat. And i've we like. I said we were extremely competitive and would shirt back and forth but That was one of the best parts about being outside of the game is having the conversations and that's the first thing i said to. Kevin remember used a foul me the galway but we we had a good time talking about those intense battles. Miata fun cagey would get in anybody's face it dom in i i had to stop talking to stop talking to them during the game i got i got involved in talking trash with have one time and he got the best of me and i said you know what that's never going to happen again. I overextended myself. I'm not a trash talker. Let me just go out here and play ball. We're talking to chris. Bosh who is going to be inducted into the hall of fame won a couple of titles and he's got a new book out. It's called letters to a young athlete now available online and wherever books are sold. What were you hoping to accomplish when you first started this project you know at first it was just more of a cathartic experience is trying to get things off my chest and trying to figure out what i'm gonna do with my life after losing the gained so quickly and not being able to play anymore because of my condition i kind of had the rebound pretty quick and you know in in trying to develop new habits and dive into those hobbies that i love and really really dig deep and try to find those things i was just trying to get things off my mind and then it kinda transferred into or Formed into helping young athlete. The book is called letters to a young athletes. So i went into speak to all generations of course but have that universal message to where people can take whatever they want for themselves. Look at the lessons that helped me get to this point today and hopefully it'll up them so that's kind of how everything transform. I wanted to leave a memento. If you will for both the game of basketball and the game of life were. What kind of risk were you like at at worst risking your life not knowing it when you're out on the floor it been gets to that point. I was the first time there were two conditions. That happened with me to instances the first time i was and i didn't know it and then after after that pretty much when you get that second blood clyde and then they'll talk about you know it's almost like a radio active so you know playing basket ball. Pretty much was not in my best interest. I was told wasn't in my family's best interest in pretty much. You know a team being in a situation where they could be liable you know they were not going to deal with. Those things eventually had to come to that realization. It's got to be tough because you wanna play but you have to understand that. That team doesn't want you out there. I mean we've seen this happen with. Hank gathers reggie service. I mean there. there's Athlete to passed away right in front of us absolutely in Even the week before. I was hospitalized for the first time. Courtesy passed away from a blood clot from pulmonary. Embolism and that that really. I mean you know when you're younger right you don't think of those things you don't think is gonna happen to you and then you know next thing. I knew him in a doctor's office and they're telling me all this information that i don't wanna hear and you had the rebound from that but all in all i was able to kind of Get back to my normal self with the help of my family going. Those on those quest to find out who i am and what i want to do with this life. I'll leave you with this Finish the sentence if the lakers don't get out of the first round expect to make some big moves in the summertime. i think you know they just. It's been a rough go at it this year. They've been hampered by injuries. I think we all see that. They're not playing like they were last year. And even for brian i mean he's you know he's struggled. Especially i think that high ankle strain. I'm angle spring. Took him out of his rhythm. i think for them. They'll have to add some more pieces and and you know try to compete for a championship again next year. But you were talking about playing that game and garden with a strained groin and eighty one able to play. But jim how limited are you. Were you with an injury like that is all the way living. And this is me When i when. I tore my doctor muscle. That's pretty much what it was. And it was on mother's day and it was game one of the second round tour i tour at night didn't come back until the longest i or the shortest could rest was three weeks and it hurt like hell still coming back so eighty situation. I don't i really don't see him being able To come back from nashville. You know you'll have to rest and he won't next season most likely. He's chris bosh. The new book is letters to a young athlete. Can't recommend it enough now. Available online wherever books are sold. Hope you're doing well. Chris congrats on everything. And we appreciate you joining us. Appreciate manfried on. We'll take a break phone calls route next here on the dan. Patrick show thanks for listening to the dan. Patrick show podcast be sure to catch us live every weekday morning nine until noon eastern six to nine pacific on fox sports radio and you can find us on the iheartradio app at fsr or stream. It live on the peacock out. It's me parker. Check out my weekly. Mlb podcasts inside. 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But you know what i'd love to find a host who knows sports and has experienced hosting it's like making greg maddux the pitching coach not pitching out. And we'd like for you to pitch a couple of phone calls jeff in detroit. Jeff what's on your mind today off for a limerick by the as well for the lakers and suns. Jeff was a dan first of all jimmy. Second i'm picking blame matter off the walls. You totally blew my mind with the magic detroit pistons situation as like finding out that you could have dated that girl but she really doesn't like short people you know it's man is one of the things that i'm gonna be thinking about magic in detroit uniform law my question to you though. This which team last night suffered the worst loss. Momentum lies now. You've got portland. Dang fifty five points plus ten assists. The man was responsible for seventy five points. Including if some of those might have been three pointers or anthony davis in the blazers. Getting some i mean having a guy that isn't available when you really really need him is is especially in your defendant a title you know which which one do suffer the worst lost momentum in york. Well i don't know of the lakers. Loss was one of those that momentum wise hurt them. I think they went into that game. And thanks for the phone call jeff. They expected to lose the is. At what point did they realize that they were going to get blown out. You know portland. Has they waste of fifty. Five point performance by damian lillard. Now you go back home all right. Are you expected to win in denver. No but if you go into double overtime with denver and you get fifty five from lillard you gotta come out with a victory because how many of those performances can you have and so i think it's more demoralizing for the blazers because it could have won that game go back home and then close out the nuggets and a now they might be right in a different chapter. Here kyle in california. Hi kyle welcome back. Maybe i mean. I don't know what say really dennis schroder turned on a huge contract. And you get outplayed by cameras. And why would we give you any money in that. Sure i mean the team put together. We already knew. It was terrible got shadowed by lebron and they great and you saw them get absolutely works by the sunglass night. They have way better players everywhere. They're making shot lakers. Can't make a damn thing. I'm in shambles and i even missed a few of dan's ridiculous threes. Lebron start hitting threes. And they're down twenty five. And i got all excited thank you. Thanks for this chris. Mannix will join us. Coming up at the top of the hour will get some thoughts from him on. Who's the next head coach of the boston. Celtics it's limerick time. Todd has a limerick about the lakers in the sun. Do you have one limerick or to to go okay. Okay okay here. We both leaker sons. Okay they went on some big runs. No need for clever puns. 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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 3 - Cameron Jordan and Peter Schrager (01-30-19)

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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 3 - Cameron Jordan and Peter Schrager (01-30-19)

"It's all about me. Dan, Patrick gas. There is more where that came from click back for new episodes all week. Log got to catch the game on the go. No worries metro has you covered switched to metro and get coast to coast coverage on a network that covers ninety nine percent of people in the US. Now, you can catch the action almost anywhere you go. Plus, you'll save a ton over what you're paying with Verizon or the other big guy switched to metro and get on a big network for way, less. Coverage may vary. So please see store for details. Now's the time to score big with metro switch and get on a big network for way, less. From the Mercedes studios in Atlanta. Here's Dan Patrick. Final hour on the program. This is when the audience applauds is they come back. Best crowd, and he had this week. And by tomorrow, they'll be the fourth best crowd. We've had this week of welcome to the program already in progress. Dan in the danettes, Dan Patrick show coming up and a great show saquon Barkley stop by. And just Shawn Watson, Dan Marino. Stop by the saints. Cam Jordan will join us coming up in a little bit ba- Commissioner state of the union address. We believe now's at one o'clock. Mclovin. Why don't we have an exact time on this? Well, they've many times owns and things. No, no, no, no. I'm gonna talk about local. Yeah. It's definitely after our show because he does not want you to comment live is that what the cases maybe have you ever gone to one of those. Yes, I have. Yes. I have you ever ask a question. There's hundred thousand people they're very hard. Now. I I've never asked the question. What would you ask him? Why don't you come on my show? Yeah. Last. Why doesn't wanna come on? When's the last time the Commissioner was on our show in all seriousness? I would guess two thousand eleven maybe two thousand ten I think two thousand eleven okay. He's been busy. I doesn't eleven but we have football partners. Directtv the red zone the host of football night in America NBC. So I don't know what the excuses, but I don't know is the Commissioner docking. He's been in a meeting since two thousand dollars every time every time we fritzy, you know, I love that. Fritzy does this because he's great at taking no for an answer. But you know, we'll call for the Commissioner, and they'll say well, not available. So paulie always says ask him when he's available, and then we'd like to have him on just say not available in the first hour of the show. So the second or third hour how about shoo AM on Sunday. Could we is available then we'd just like to have one really be unavailable twenty four seven that doesn't seem he he's been unavailable for seven years. Yes. Paul. Hesitate to bring this up. But the last time the Commissioner was on this show was six years ago. You were off that day, Mike Florio was hosting danc-. I'm not saying I'm just saying as they say, do you think the Commissioner? I really do. But that's okay. I I mean, I take it as a compliment that he doesn't want to be on the show. I mean, I at first I was like, you know, I mean, that's a long compliment. That's a seven-year compliment that he's that. He's given me. But I'd I'd like for him. I know he goes on. He went on with Mike and Mike, and that's probably friendly fire there. Yes falling. This is going to make me more upset the last two times here on Mike flora was hosting and Ross Tucker was hosting the last two times he was sending a statement pretty much. Still appeared on the Dan Patrick show. Just now with you. He gave you the Heisman twice. He gave me the Heisman. All right. Well, I don't think he's got to be on certainly after what I've just said. Now, so doesn't really matter already tonight Wednesday night hockey, it'll be Eastern Conference foes in the steel city. It'll be the penguins and the lightning tonight at eight eastern on NBC. Also the Dan Patrick show. If you missed any of the interviews, you can go in the Mercedes, AM G man cave. Go to the Dan Patrick show app. You can watch and listen from inside the Mercedes AM G man cave. Mercedes AM g driving performance I-. Mclovin update the poll results should NBA players be held accountable for tampering seventy two percents. Yes. I don't know. Why players should be exempt the damn Patrick show merged, by the way, Dan, Patrick dot com. Got great stuff here. That is available. For you. Limited run here won't last long. Check them out the DP show app or Dan Patrick dot com. Our next guest. Star football basketball player in Los Angeles. Went on to start USC is a tight end went to the dolphins is a fourth round pick in two thousand thirteen. He caught eighty passes with seven touchdowns was named to the Pro Bowl hallway. That's Jordan Cameron. Not Cameron, Jordan, ah never mind. Let's bring out the scene Steve pensive and Cam, Jordan. Good morning one morning. Good morning. Jim. I thought we were he we almost there. You know, the guy in the glasses next to you is the one who who wrote that. I think did your dad go to Brown. He did I went to Dartmouth. So it's kind of go he was just better. Yeah. Well. For cheap gotta sheet on Cam, Jordan. They're gotta get sponsor in there. I thought it was sponsored myself here, are you wait are, you know? I don't know you tell me are you showing up just for the sake of showing. Yeah. I just love the show. I mean how many times? Okay. So I'm saying to push anything. I thought you had Jordan the Cam joy. You can't okay. Were you ever confused with Jordan Cameron when we got drafted? I got drafted first round. He got drafted in the room for the Browns called me while I was I was chilling with my d line. Coach Bill Johnson a time who's going to do this year. Great job Bill. We were driving from the airport, and I got a call from the Browns called down. They're like, hey, we're about to select you like, I mean, I'm good actually, I think I've already been selected. But if you want to check I'll take that. Okay. So you'd already been taken in the first round. So this was the next day. Right. And you were going to get drafted by the Browns. No doubt. And sitting there just like I mean, I'll take to sign and Bose's bonuses. But I refuse to go to Cleveland the fourth Pro Bowl this year you made and eat. Yeah. Was it fun? Yup. Not one person applauded you went. You went to the Pro Bowl. It was. It was an amazing time. I feel like you know, everybody just had high expectations. But when you what do you wanna do if you're the Commissioner for day? Let's what do you want to do with the Provo actually make a statement? What? Oh, yeah. We'll get to that in a month. Right. Okay. We I mean, I think it's a phenomenal time in terms of the fan fans interaction with the players. It's a great time for the the players with families. I gotta take my kids to DisneyWorld they loved it. My son is three hopefully, some memory retention is starting to set in probably probably not probably have to wait another year. Right. My daughter is too. She could care less where we are. She's just happy to be around family, and my newest edition is seven months. So she absolutely does not care where she is. But that being said, you know, we have great pictures, you know, everybody's down from Mickey Mouse. Everybody's down for a little Universal Studios. But you guys still play football. They quote unquote football game. It it probably be better. If it wasn't for degrees in and raining. It was the last two years. Yes. It's been raining. Okay. I have an idea here. How 'bout we go to the Pro Bowl in the NFL guarantees your contracts? So if you play in the Pro Bowl, we're going to guarantee your country for for the Pro Bowl. Or are we talking about for the the year your contrary entire contract? Yeah. Play with me. No. Why would I go to the Pro Bowl in play? It's I mean, it's a huge honour to go to the Pro Bowl. But Don to play it's huge honor to play in the Pro Bowl for for me. I mean, it was is the no brainer for me my legs -i, but you make the Pro Bowl. But but I it's not even football though, Cam. That's the only thing is is it feels like you could get hurt trying not to get hurt. And I'm sure there's players that have been. But we talk about you know, the ability to actually play I said a lot of anger had to get out e. I was so frustrated I was fresh out a week last year. I was like two weeks out. I still had somebody had a hit like way better in my good. I it kept me from going to some random bar looking for smoke and ended up on ended up on a ticker where I'm not supposed to be okay. If the Commissioner wants in right now. Give them another week. But let's say he sat down you got two questions as Commissioner of the NFL. What will the answer? Yes. Okay. Look at this must be theoretical. So you go sit down with you and say, hey can. Yeah. I wanna know what is helmet to helmet. And then I'd also just like to know, you know, in terms of a defensive player. What can we do to not get those, you know? Roughing the passer calls. And how can we clarify that? Because I mean, even if you take out the the saints Rams game. You can look at Kansas City. And the patriots game were Chris Jones caught a roughing the passer on what was ordinary hit. I mean for me, it's just clarity. There's got to be a, you know, in the in the NFL, there's got to be a standard that is clear, you know, white or black and not so much of this gray area. So accountability. What is statement from the Commissioner right after the loss to the Rams. Just acknowledging the mistake helped in any way for you guys. I mean, it do a lot more good than it would be not answering at all. Or even you know. Now, he probably can't answer. But we week before Super Bowl. You're not going to release the statement now. Now, he's gonna say something he's he's meeting with the media today. They're they're going to be asking about that. Because I just thought that just come out and say we made a mistake. You know, we we make mistakes, but we want we want to make sure that we correct mistakes. We we want this. This was not intentional. These are humans. They made the mistake. We want to have a better system in there. And to ensure that something like this never never happens if I'm the Commissioner, and I say that to you are you. Okay. I'm okay on my own. I'm k- with the team. I'm okay with the guys that we have in our locker room. I'm okay with you know, our city you talk about fifty three men who put together a season fifty four. We have a Englishman on our team. But you talk about our CD and every everybody who's ever back us seven days now eight days out, I'm a lot. Better than I was seven days ago. Wait, who's the Englishman whose the fifty four th guy? Lord. Byron is name is Alec. I call him Lord. Byron. At Lord it just sounded so fischel Alex Jenkins into defense event. But you know, he's he's part of that. He's he's the fifty four in the fifty third man roster that works, but he sure at all. So he's the fifty fifty four Lord Byron Molo advise. So he's on the reserve team. Something I'm not sure how that works. You know, these got a he's able to be on practice squad for two years, but he doesn't count against. I'm not sure I'm just going to smile and save my Lord. Do you feel like a Super Bowl was stolen from? Again, you asked me this a couple of days ago. I finally just got all my pettiness all my Spiderman as all my gray area out that's bringing about positive. Let's bring I can I can say that you know, within our locker room. We have a great combination of core guys with high enough positive energy to keep us in the same mindset. We've got a great core where we know how close we were. And how close we want to be and finish off next year. So now, I'm just going to talk about Super Bowl fifty four because this is no longer happening. Okay. Who you rooting for in this no longer happened? In my mind. I'm rooting for Super Bowl fifty four who. Are you rooting for anybody super sport? No, fifty three. That's the thing that I thought it was like fifty one fifty. Okay. Fine. You root for the Rams because they're the NFC can you actually root for Tom Brady? Do I have to route? I can if I have to watch in where you watch. I probably not I'm most going still, but we talk about the privilege for it is to be able to go to Super Bowl. I understand the the hard work that it gets there. So when I do eventually watch it if I don't watch it Sunday, I'll always come back and watch it some weeks later like last year. I've probably watched it while as in Jamaica. And it was like all right. Let me get this mytalk. Let me let me review who on the Super Bowl yet. Good for them. But yeah, when you talk about, you know, I can't root for anybody. I mean, I I can root for personal individuals like Brandin cooks phenomenal teammate nominal former teammate of mine, you know, I can root for, you know, Marcus Peters BA barrier guy disconnections there, you know, C J Anderson for Macau guy. I can almost wish that Jared Goff does. Well. You know, you go to the patriots. And of course, you know, you you see what the Bill chick system is in you always have respect for it. But I don't know if a route is the right word do even have. Now you face the patriots back in twenty seventeen. Did you say anything to break? Did you even get touch Brady? Yeah. I got I got to hit Brady freshman a couple of times. He's got such a fast release is poison pocket is is bar nine. You just talk about how elite he's been over the last what what years launch on Long John fits. I was I was like ten or eleven unit before I was even really registering with a rotary was. He was out there throwing touchdowns in that. So I guess same goes for my Quebec as well. You talk about just how elite he's been. I've got nothing, but grapes, respectful. He's Cameron Jordan these saints defensive end, and he's been four pro bowls, Jordan, Manhattan. Yeah. You and your dad have ten pro bowls German have ten. Pretty good. I bet. Well, now that father son combination of actual athletes. I mean, there's there's like there's. Yeah. Exactly this quarterback families that you know. I mean, they can't beat us in a race now. So my dad could probably beat their sons in the racist right now. But it is what it is. It is. What is I'm sure the Matthews families, probably. Bruce, Bruce, had quite a few the longs, pasta Howie between how and Colin created. You know, I'm sure you know, they can match up but other than that, you know, I'm I'm putting our money on the Jordan in. But that's that's a whole nother conversation. Yeah. The Jordan brand. Tuck brand I feel like you're say, Michael Jordan, and he bring at the basketball fan. But whatever we're talking about legacy here here football, XY. I'm rooting for you. I picked you guys to win the Super Bowl this year. So I felt like I got cheated too. I appreciate that. I appreciate it. I feel it. How about this? You get in your full uniform. And let's go over to the commissioners Prescott. I simply forgot my helmet. But I'm sure I I could fly back to New Orleans. We our flat I can get. I what if we can get your how about Cleveland Browns helmet. Jordan cameron. I'm saying he's not a contagious. Good. Hey, it's thank you for spending time, I mentioned this to saquon Barkley you're taking steps to get into this business in you're doing it. Now, whether you're you you want to it feels like you're taking the steps to do this for a living. I I do enjoy everything that comes to be a football player. I enjoy the NFL. But when you're retired. I enjoy doing this. I enjoy your show. I mean time I've been here. I've been here. Let's call it half a dozen times. Yes. Absolutely. But do you want to do this? You want to be in the business when you're done. I don't think that big picture. I think of what's in front of me. I think of the work that we now have to relay the foundation, you can still think of you should think of big picture our that when I'm a little older, I feel like I just had you know, one of my best years yet. And I feel like next year will be poised. They have even better year. So you say, you know, life after football. I have a inkling of what I wanna do. I can't you know, go ahead put fulltime and there's nothing wrong with that. But I think it feels. It feels like you could make that transition. I appreciate that. It feels like you should make the transition. Look. Good sound good personality. Be able to give me not look good part. I mean. No doubt looking better. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Looking looking looking you look a whole lot better. If you were going to be out there on Super Bowl Sunday. No doubt. I know you guys let me down. Hope you're happy, you know, like I make predictions. So I picked you in the chargers to meet in the Super Bowl the Commissioner screwed us. Both mostly you you a double row. Yes. It was you you you wanna get Sabella check system who's been what they've been what five or c. Convince you they did it again. That's not surprising. No, it's not you say the running game, but you black witch of like, eight Renault Jovan. Right. He's Cameron Jordan Jordan Cameron, and he goes to pro bowls and he plays for the saints. 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It's happened before I loved it. I loved it. Yes. Paulie? And I think we gave a little motivation by the sticker on the back of mclovin sweater, mclovin. Put I didn't play it. I didn't even know is there. I just all of a sudden. And then for me that my back says Goodell. You can see Kim Jordan's face when make love and turned around. And he's got Goodell on the back of his sweater. Oh, man. Good stuff. You think he's still still going to hold hold onto that one? The call. I don't think he's over it. I don't know how you do get over it. I mean, I really don't by the way what who's on the show tomorrow for tea. He have Dion Sanders. We've got Travis Kelsey. We've got Shaquille O'Neal. Did. I surprise you with us. You did. Okay. I'm sorry. We got Christian McCaffrey is coming by. And Russell Wilson is coming home. Russell Wilson ring in his wife's here. Not that. I'm aware of. It's unfortunate. I thought that was a pack, and he knows that's what I was trying to sell it that way. But I think he's I think he's showing. Okay. All right. What else that is juju Smith Schuster? Okay. About a half a dozen guys coming around here. All right. Paulie do got this day in sports history, yet a sparse one, Dan it, but the New York Mets Mets announced that Garth Brooks would begin training with the team on February. Twentieth. Didn't he get a hit? He did in in spring training. Yeah. You got a base knock there you said they would bring Tibo up for publicity possibly somewhat will be on the Mets roster this year. They should've brought Garth Brooks out. I mean that would that's a huge fan base. But I go back to Charley pride who is. A country back when it was country and western Charley pride was actually a you know, a respectable baseball player in spring training. Got anything else for me? Dwight yoakam had three hits in trading. This is made that and Keith urban could steal a base. I mean, I will say when he he could steal a base for you this day in sports history. Brought to you by cutting it'll char they got a tire for you. No matter what you drive where you drive how you drive they've got a tire continental tire dot com. Our next guest Lynch nearby Emory University where I can only assume borrowed ideas from fellow students. He's known for asking thought provoking questions that he supposedly heard at his local deli or on other TV shows one of the sharpest minds in the NFL media, if not the most original sale oh to pay too. Peed co host of the NFL networks. Good morning football. Not really a Cho's because there's four people on their sorry. Say four host context here. Dan, seven AM eastern, wait for the introduction Super Bowl Sunday. Eight and a half hour addition of NFL game day morning airs at nine AM eastern on the NFL network. Welcome Peter Schrager, happy to hear it's good to hear my roasting. Let's go. All right. Let me let me let the audience in case, they're not aware of what happened tragically tragically. And then we'll move on after this. But we came up with a poll question the started out with Julian Edelman greatness. And then paulie goes, you know, hey, what about you know, if you Calvin Johnson or Jillian element whose career would you would you want? So we put it up, and we talked about it. And we decided who we wanted. So then. All of a sudden polio's. Hey, Peter Schrager, just put this up and he's taking credit for this. He said, oh, hey, just thinking out loud. What about who's career? Would you take Julian atamans or Calvin Johnson? So we started crushing him on the show social media's usually nice. And so he he's nice enough to come on. And then he said that he got it from his local deli guy in the deli in New York. Yeah. So these guys exists they just wanna talk sports all day long. And he said to me was, hey, let me ask you. Ask you like what what are you? And so you didn't know, but you you you took it and then kind of eight it yours. Here's the deal. I listened to the Dan Patrick show daily. So I am sort of guilty on this one that you caught me in one episode where apparently I wasn't listening. I said on Twitter guys who would you rather have a career Calvin Johnson, Julian Edelman and the response the responses on Twitter weren't like Julian Calvin was you still have that? And then the Dan Patrick army came out in force, and I would call him Ahmad an angry mob. The fan base for this show is legit. I would just say that I had to turn off Twitter and eventually deactivated. Now did you pick between Julian Edelman or Calvin Jones? Yeah. And my answer apparently wasn't a popular. And I said, I'll take Julian Edelman and the rings and football people were not happy with that. I agreed with you Michael Irvin. Agreed with you. Well, agreed with us and then agreed with you through us. Great tweet though, guys. Yes. But you know, I said I got Super Bowl rings. I can't tell I can tell the history of the NFL, but I need Julian Edelman to tell the history of the NFL, right? Yes. Calvin johnson. The only thing I will tell in the history of the NFL that deals with him is completing the process of shame. But that that's it. I mean, it's just putting a wonderful career. If money was equal. And it was just about the numbers. You put up talent. I'd still go which Yulia nettleton. He won Super Bowls head to the most iconic place in the history of the Super Bowl. Julian Edelman is the second leading receiver in career receptions in the postseason behind Jerry Rice. That kind of stat to me is something that I'll put up in high regard. Now, Calvin Johnson's got the individuals who can debate about all day long and football fans are so angry about it. But I cherish the hardware. And the ring Samir what matters June elements on the customer winning a third one this weekend. All right. The Commissioner is going to have a state of the union address. What do you expect to happen when it comes to the topic of the New Orleans Saints, and then the LA Aron? I think people are outraged that, you know, he hasn't come out and done a press conference before hand he's gonna come out today is going to address it. Here's what I tell saints fans the toothpaste is out of the two. There's no going back like they're not gonna replay it. So what do you want from Goodell? What do you wanna hear what I think he's going to say is that we're going to look in the off season. We're going to try to address the replay officials in the review and you had Cameron Jordan here. I feel for saints players. I feel for Shawn Payne I feel for saints fans. But this is part of the game it's human error. And I think Roger Goodell is going to go up there and say we're going to look at everything we can do. But I also wanted to kind of take a hard line here and say, it's not chain. Changing like, this is what it is. And if you're a fan of the Rams, you feel discredited this week and last week because all you're hearing about is the saints. And I know those Rams players. I know those Rams coaches they've had just about enough talking about a missed call. When drew Brees had the ball in overtime that team was up thirteen nothing at home, and they had four possessions in the fourth quarter, and in OT and scored three points Rams people. They've had just enough about this miscall, go get the job done at home. Yeah. I'm there with you. Because I can look at that call and yes, it did prevent the saints. But the saints had these opportunities. This didn't play a good game. And I give credit to the Rams for being resilient. You. Did what you're supposed to do in overtime. You stop them. And got the ball. Kansas City is not here because they didn't stop Tom Brady. I if you get to overtime, it is that's why they have a coin toss it it is a coin toss if you're going to win or not I don't wanna change over time because overtime worked in New Orleans. We have a problem in Kansas City because the patriots took advantage of it. If. Kansas City wins the toss goes down and scores. A touchdown. Nobody's saying, well, we got a revamp over right, right? If people want to see Mahomes, it was like home. Sorry. They can stop third and ten thirty and ten thirty nine stop them. Once you get my home Bill. Why don't you think the Commissioner just came out and said what you said and set it right away. You don't want to apologize. You're the Commissioner. This is your fan base. You want them to know, you stand up and you're going to be in front front and center and just say, hey, look, I'll sit down on the mothership or the NFL network, and I will address this. That's all I it's a great question. And I'm not a PR executive. I don't know how they statements get released on a when they get released. I do think he'll address it head on today. I think he'll have a prepared statement. And it'll be fine. But I also think when you start talking about this stuff without a few hours to digest without a few hours to people are an angry mob now are weaker moved. He can address it because we're gonna talk about it in the owners meetings in March, and we'll go from there. But. In the hours after that play in the days after that. It's all anyone wanna talk about and Goodell he was smart on this one. I think let's wait the Super Bowl. Cooler heads, prevail. All address at their gotten ahead. This is the day before maybe two days before I said, you know, what I'd keep an eye on Nicole Roe v. Coleman getting fine for the helmet to helmet. And I thought if that happens then the topic continues he gets fine for the helmet to helmet. And you know, they, you know, they're the outrages died down a little bit. But I do think that the saints deserve just at least don't tell privately, Sean Payton. Hey, we ended up like why the thing when he came out in his first comment was I spoke to innovate already is village has spoken. Now, we have on our show on NFL never been. If it's I'm sorry. We spoke to Al river on is the head of the officials. He came on after the divisional round because there's a lot of controversy in some of the calls and the chargers and ravens and he's like off face the music. I'll come right on. You can ask me any play. We did he didn't come on our show after that game with the saints in the Rams and. And it's not that. I think he's hiding, but I think on such a stage, and such a level is probably told not to come. I don't think it's anyone's best interest to address that in a public setting without all the messaging completely buttoned up, and I look at that play. We're talking to Peter Schrager, the NFL network. Good morning football. I look at the play. Then I wonder if you just have my suggestion was I have another official who's in the stadium and his job is just to keep the officials on the field, honest, just to help them. And that is if you see something that's agreed use. Or if you wanna just do it in the last two minutes of of a game or the last two minutes of each half. Whatever it is protect your product, protect those officials. It's a it's the hardest sport to official even though that officials right there in that play is right in front of you. Just don't have all star groups don't have an crews working week three in Cincinnati. It's fine. If they know each other, let's work with each other because I wouldn't want an all-star group of danettes. You're right. I would walk NS. Yes. But uncomfortable with. Them. And if you were on my team we can week out, and you said to me, hey, Bill come here in let's huddle up here. I trust who as my teammate as an official. You're going to protect me because we did games week one. We ten we go to dinner on Friday night. We know each other Saturday, there's a camaraderie there in the heat of the moment. If you don't know that guy, here's one thing. I will say though, there was a report from Adam Schefter who I respect to the utmost ability. And I think he's the greatest that does this with Glazer right and rapid spread for. There's those guys where the inside his report or but you don't steal their stuff. I would never see that's called plagiarism. Okay. The report was that four of the officials from the state of California and people were looking into it. That's when I say, okay time out here. These guys have been working twenty five years in the league. Do you think they had a long play? I'm gonna get into officiating. I'm going to wait for the Rams to move to Saint Louis, then the St Louis Rams are going to move back to LA. And then I'm gonna call more penalties against the Rams then the saints that entire game. But but with a minute left in the fourth quarter after they ran the ball. And then threw the ball to Michael, Tom. I'm then going to not throw a flag. Not even throw a flag. That was wrong. Not throw a flag because then I'll get my sweet revenge in the Rams through. Well, that's ridiculous. Well, Ed, hockey Lee is from Wisconsin. Or like, I'd never thought man. I don't know that call against the Packers. I I it's gotten to that point. It's too far. Everybody is from somewhere has you know? So I remember though, they had the replacement rest and they had photos on Facebook in the guy. He's like wearing the same stairs. They call him. The saints. Love through breeze. If the Rams win this weekend. Yeah. Dot dot dot McVeigh's. It's McVeigh's world. I did a sit down with them that's going to air on NFL network on Sunday. But I did it on Friday. And I got to spend a lot of time with them. And I know the guy pretty well on a personal level. And you'd think that he lives his Hollywood lifestyle like going out with jihad and he's hanging out at the clubs and he's at hide he's the most boring, dude, you could imagine he loves football. I hung out with them on the by week. And it was after that chiefs Rams game. And I'm thinking, I'm getting the Sean McVay expense. We're gonna go to the SoHo house. And he's like do you want to watch cardinals bears? But I think if this dude beats ballot check thirty three years old and Bella checks sixty six years old if he beats him get ready for an off season of McVeigh McVeigh McVeigh, and I'm curious to see what kind of global superstar. He will be because in our football world. He's a hot shot. Everyone loves him. He's great. But we're talking Ellen show or talking movie cameos like LA will explode if they've got a thirty three old hotshot coach. And I'm curious to see what happens if he wins the coverage. If Brady loses another Super Bowl or Brady wins another. I don't know if it matters if he wins, and you know, we d- does it change anything in you know, the pantheon of of great athletes OC above Jordan. But if he loses another one now, we're sort of in the LeBron James area where we start to look and go buddy long's four Super Bowls. Here. We have this debate on aren't we do a three hour football show in March and April and June. The Brady Montana debates got some some tread on the tires the Montana. Apologised will say this four no sixteen touchdowns in Super Bowls zero interceptions. Never threw a pick. And it's we will end was flawless four four. If Brady goes five of nine. That appearances are what matters. I think nine times all that stuff but five of nine versus four four is a very interesting debate. Where do you stand on it? I think in this day and age of parody. And how many teams are there's thirty two. And there's free agency. I think what they have done and to get to nine Super Bowls is the hardest achievement. I think what Brady has done in this era where every year it's a new NFC team. And yet here we are patriots. Nancy? I think that's the highest accomplishment, and I'm right there with you. Because the same thing with LeBron. Okay. Mic was six NBA finals got it. But you gotta get there and for LeBron to get there. Now, we look at LeBron sort of the way with you know. Brady, you're in a bad division, or you know, it's easy to get in with the AFC. All of these things that we looked stuck searching. Did anybody look at what Michael Jordan was going through? When I go, you know, you went through lanes keep bucks Edward stopping. But it feels like we just put up these hurdles these imaginary hurdles to say, well, you know, the AFC east sucks. Okay. That's not Brady's fault. He can't say on second thought. I gotta go through a tougher division. Like, can you put me in the whatever the north L? And so it feels like no matter what Brady does we're going to try to find something to chip away at him because you had Montana here, and you have the old guard that holds onto Montana and the old guard holds onto Michael Jordan. And I think that's what happens. I see similarities with Brady and LeBron with how we view the number of times. But also the losses stand out more than the victories, do and that's not fair to them last week's AFC championship. Win was a real. Really important win for his legacy because they have been favored in sixty seven straight games, sixty seven games, and they play this underdog card that was nauseam. They're still trying to do it nausea the favorite in the game. You know, they're underdogs. No one believes everyone believes we're still here. We're still here. I know and can't avoid you. And yet that game they were underdogs. They are on the road. They had to answer the call and Mahomes was made it Mahomes scored thirty one points on thirty two -fensive plays in the second half. And it wasn't enough. I thought that was an awesome blanched. Bella check who makes adjustments Mahomes is perfect in second. Secondhand and it wasn't enough. Because Brady was that good. I thought last week's game was important for the legacy. You can use that against Montana. He's not a thief. He's our friend Peter Schrager for the NFL network. Good morning football co host also Fox Sports dot com senior national writer, and you can see the interview with Sean McVeigh that will be on Sunday at nine AM eastern, eight and a half hours pregame show. Yeah. You know, nine hours would be too much eight and a half is overkill. Yeah. You don't wanna do that eight and a half hours? Do you have a prediction? I do think the Rams are winning. Really? I do high scoring. Well, picked one of the teams. I think there were hands wage. I think it's going to be a bit of a shootout too. I feel like McVeigh and mcdan- mcdaniels is the underrated superstar this whoever loves deli. Check McVeigh make Daniels is a dog and that guy can drop an offense. And I think they're gonna put up a ton of yards to, but I'm going with McVeigh and golf young guard beats old guard in a beauty. Yes, mcleod. That's weird. I thought Peter would wait for you to make your picking take it. Probably could always change it. If you sat down with Bela check instead of McVeigh, which. I love that. You're a true journalist, Peter. Thank you for coming. All right. We'll come back. We'll close up shop here. Dan, Patrick shepherdess? Okay. This is just a thirty second commercial. And I'm going to throw a lot of numbers that you please. Please stay with me in just fifteen minutes. You could save fifteen percent or more on car insurance. The company that has been offering great rates and great service for seventy five years. It's gyco. 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Stay tuned for sixty seconds of eight me news headlines right after this podcast. This Odia to rebounding, they're rallying five minutes ago in the show. They finally figured out how to be a good crown man forever. Not that we gave them content to be entertained by. But that's beside the point. Yes, there's a young man in the crowd that I went to college with he was in the paternity house next door days. Mark is in the front row. I haven't seen Mark since my college days, and and your fun guy. Drank a lot drank a lot in college. Thanks one memory. You guys used to hit golf balls at fraternity house. You're not a great drinker anymore. No, I had my more of a pacer. I was like the last guy. Standing goal has never. I we we went out last night. And Polly was sitting next to me to my right Keila. Yeah. And seat was all the way down at the. I don't even know if Seton was imbibing last night were you did you have some beverages. Yeah. Couple I kept it respectable in bed by ten thirty. Yeah. Uncle well. And I always tell people it's a marathon at the Super Bowl. You gotta pay yourself here Saturday night. I didn't pace myself and by Sunday afternoon. I still felt Saturday night. You order ginger dinner. Like. One of us would have order ginger ale. Ginger out dinner would hurt about it. I did I tried to order it because fritzy and mclovin don't drink. So fritzy goes, I'll take a ginger ale. I tried to say under my breath to the waitress of ginger ale to. And then see you're going to hell. You are. So saw I know and I go, I know, I know I know I just I was really thirsty for ginger ale. Drink off your hangover like the rest of us pal. I know then I go can I see the wine list, please. Yes. Bill back in the old days. If you're hung over you wanted appear to be drinking, you get like a rocks class or talk glass with ginger ale. Put a lime in a straw and having a Roman cook. Yeah. Yeah. Final results of the poll question. They're mclovin. Shit NBA players. Get now for tampering seventy four percents. Yes. I saw this with Stephen a Smith. Not that. I I quote, Stephen a Smith very often. But he said on I take Tuesday. He had been told the Gregg Popovich of the Spurs reached out to the pelicans in ord- urge them not to trade Anthony Davis to the Lakers. Steve Nye Smith and followed up his own report by saying he's unsure if it's true. Did he break two stories? He did he broke one story. And then he had the next story to say that he's not sure if that story is true that was the rare bunk debunk at that. He bunked his own story. How do you follow up your own story by saying you're not sure if your own stories true? See that's what happens when you have to have hot takes. That's why we don't have hot takes on here is then you don't have to apologize backs. Yeah. That's a hot take back. Well done by the way, fritzy onstage tonight. I'm told it's sold out. Seventeen. It's non told it is the smallest comedy venue in America, not being serious. I was told that last time does that mean like the small crowd the higher the expectations of the condo? But you're going to play before a sold crowd. I mean, you can't true. Yes. He would prefer to call it exclusive seat him. Okay. Yes. Yeah. Coincidentally, I just checked tonight. It's gonna be the quietest comedy. There is no penson support. Disappoint like twenty people instead of like a couple of hundred. If it goes sideways, which likely will is only like to be like eighteen nineteen angry mobsters Travis Kelsey, Christian, McCaffrey. Russell Wilson junior the third Dion Sanders. Shaquille O'Neal all stopping by the man cave tomorrow. Mclovin. What did you learn today? I learned that say clock and veg four sixty five. Fritzy, what did you learn Cam Jordan wanted to play in the Pro Bowl because he's still had some anger to get out of his seat? No counter, currently, benching three hundred seventy five pounds is insulting Pauling saquon pick up the blitz. 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