20 Burst results for "Peter Guber"

A Career in Pro Sports Photography

This Week in Photo

06:16 min | 8 months ago

A Career in Pro Sports Photography

"Hateful talking back to another episode of this week in photo. I'm your host frederik. Van johnson today. A return to show andrew bernstein. If you recall several months ago did an interview with andrew about his co authoring of a book called the mamba mentality. how. I play a book. He authored with kobe bryant. So we're not talking about that if you want to check out that interview that is the will link to it in the show notes and the description for this episode but instead we're we're looking forward and we're talking about some other projects that andrews working on in some interesting newsy has with regard to his podcast andrew. Welcome to the show man. how are you doing. Hey fredrick doing great great to see you man really to connect again thank you. Yeah likewise likewise. Thank you for coming on. It's always good to chat with you. You know what i love. I love chatting you because the first time we spoke you know the the sort of pre interview stuff that do the research and looking at the kudos. I was a little intimidated looking at all. The stuff that you've done you know like okay. Get interview this guy and then you get on and you know you're just one of us you know. This is a normal guy. So very humble so i appreciate that thank thank. You never wanna be intimidated. Anybody but i appreciate you say thank you know. Intimidation comes with with accolades and success. Right so it's a side effect of that. Well let's dive in. I know you have a pet day so to make sure we get to the questions on my list. First of all people that may not have heard of you andrew bursting. What's the accolades that i kind of forced out at a couple of seconds ago. Describe your career your elevator pitch if you're you're in one of those. La cocktail parties and people like. Hey what do you do what do you what do you tell well. I grew up in brooklyn and moved out here during the blizzard of seventy eight. Never looked back. And that's the end of my elevator pitch doe. I took a passion for photography that i started with. I was fourteen. My dad give me my first camera and realized that that was really my my destiny to to be at the For in some way so taking from my good friend. Peter guber mantra that It started off as a dream to be a photographer turned into a goal bona fide goal when i decided to really ramp up my desire to be a photographer by going to art center college of design in pasadena and that was a major move because i was going to the university of massachusetts at the time lived my whole life up to that point on the east coast and then that goal became My passion to Become a sports photographer. I had certain benchmark goals that i wanted to achieve in in the business and You know if that's my destiny then so be it so dreams. Plus goals equals destiny but fast forward forty years later I'm still loving what i do. they still want me around and i'm still cranking out some pretty good content when i get a chance to actually take a picture jackson done in four months. I know i know. I know that it's here that a lot photographers. There's a lot of pinto demand for everything just taking photography taking photographs. But just getting back to being human. I guess is what a lot of us are looking forward to Before we dive into this. I want to see that step and repeat behind you. It looks like legends of sport. Talk to me about that project. Legends of sport because that kind of segues into the podcast news. You have to share later. Yeah of course. Legends of sport is a is a content platform that i started with three other partners. The germ of really started ten twelve years ago. But we got serious about it about five years ago and we decided that there was a real void in the world of sports is so many sports radio sports content so many people talking about last night score or last night's game but legends kind of get lost in the shuffle quite frankly and we We wanted to be able to perpetuate legends To document to really continue the conversation to bring them back into the conversation in a lot of cases and make legendary athletes moments teams personalities relevant again in and keep it current and relate to what's going on in In the world sports today so we lead off with a podcast. Now i'm in my third season of the podcast where i sit down and talk to people in the world of sports athletes owners bands. Whoever had made an impact in sports. And i have a different kind of take on it. Because i you know. I am working. I'm working professional in the world of sports and You know my own experience. And i guess i have people that i work with a known for years and years and years magic kobe. Peter guber orel hershiser. I mean. I could name a lot but we we did two full seasons and then we were actively pursuing a bigger platform that could Distribute us out and be a great partner and the la times really Saw us as great option for them as well because they have a really great podcast menu but they were looking for a sports. Podcast are lejeune's kind of Way of doing things really Was interesting to them. So we have now partnered with the la times. We co produced and distributed by them. It's not exclusive so you can still get your year legends. Sport podcast on apple or spotify but The la times has become a great partner for us and excited about everything that can happen. Now from that partnership.

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"peter guber" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"peter guber" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"We've known each other work together and traveled in nap put this book together, they see that's interesting that the that resonates with me because there's that whole idea that we always hear of the whole work life balance. You know, you it. You've used the word obsession in in the interview so far in a positive way. Wouldn't normally used in a negative way. Oh, you're obsessed with this. You're obsessed with that. Right. It's it's in your saying that obsession can be funneled into something positive. So that you can go far beyond what normal people do. But is it at the sacrifice is that obsession in the in the relentless focus on your passion. Internet, the sacrifice of the other things that you live. In other words, you know, we say that live the life work balance in order to be obsessed with something does the life work balance have to be work in, you know, life gets the gets the table scraps at the end of the day. Well, I honestly don't believe in that concept of work life balance that when you're talking about the concept of the momma mentality. I think you can have. You can have balance in a way that respects your obsession with what you do. But specifically might by family Kobe. I actually just talked about this the other day on my podcast of my family understands that I have like a revolving door priorities. Okay. That when you know when I have a few days off, or it's vindication time. I'm I'm you wanna say obsessed, but I'm locked in with them. You know, I'm not I'm not thinking about work or or what I gotta do. Maybe I'm thinking about it. But I'm not doing it. And when I'm doing my work, and I'm traveling in I, you know, have very long days or have shoot to prepare for putting book together, or whatever it may be. They understand that they have to kind of. I don't wanna say take a back seat. But the sorta slide down that priority scale a little bit in that moment. Right. Yup. Work life. Balance is a great content. I don't honestly really understand it because for me. You know, people talk about well, he's at workaholic. He just works all the time. But yes, people do work a lot because wanna provide for their families than they wanted to achieve attained financially. But there are also people like me like you like a lot of people, we know are driven. And what is that drive? Come from Dr comes from never really being satisfied with where you're at. And if that takes the sacrifice along the way, then you need to be with the right people that get the right partner your kids got to buy into it. You know, your business partners, whoever it is. So the great Peter Guber who's one of my dearest, friends and mentors. Peter owns the warriors. He owns the dodgers. He's head over fifty movies be nominated for kademi awards in his unbelievable career as a movie producer in studio. Oh owner, and he's become a great mentor mind, and I said tone the other day, Peter you're in your seventies you achieve so much obviously a richer than you ever thought. You would be he's the kid is from like a scrappy background from Boston. You know? And no here. He's got. He's got the dodgers playing one night. Warriors play. The next is building to arenas at the same time. You know, the guy never stops. And I said there's ever a time when you just gonna like stop and kind of walk off into the sunset and enjoy life. And he looked me right in the IT said node entity, I live by this this saying that when the rapid stops running. It becomes lunch. Think about that. Because here's a guy, you know, he could very easily walk away go out on his gigantic bowed, you know, sale the world whatever, but he's still driven. And he's still and he talks about in his book tell it to win, by the way, I'm plugging his book because everyone should read this book tell it to win tell it. Sure win. Yes. He talks about always chasing, the next great thing. So that means that whatever you're chasing right now. There's something down the road. That's even greater than that. No. I respect that..

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A rare misfire for sharpshooting Stephen Curry this season

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

05:29 min | 2 years ago

A rare misfire for sharpshooting Stephen Curry this season

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. A rare misfire for sharpshooting Steph curry this season by Scots ler. It's hard to know what to believe these days, the nineteen sixty nine moon landing and walk if Steph curry doesn't believe it can it be true look closely at those pictures in the background you'll see Starbucks now. I hear Kevin Durant believes the warriors faked their visit to the Hamptons three summers ago curry in the fellas didn't really fly cross country to court K D. Those were holograms created in one of team cone or Peter Guber movie studios fake love. And now we're supposed to believe that curry shooting fifty percent from beyond the three point arc going into Wednesday's game against the Toronto. Raptors the stats said curry was shooting fifty percent on threes. Ninety one for one hundred eighty two curry came back to earth slightly Wednesday in the warriors one hundred thirteen ninety three loss to the. Raptors he hit two of eight from long range lowering his percentage to forty eight point nine still a good number. This is Curry's tenth season and his previous bass was forty five point five in twenty eleven twelve his career Mark is forty three point nine. So what's up with the fifty? He's maturing said Bruce Fraser, the warriors assistant coach who works with curry daily shooting drills post practice and pre-game. That's it. We're all maturing. Mrs never bothered him before Fraser said, but I think they bother him less now so Curry's chill factor on three point shooting is now below zero his conscience has frozen over it does seem to this casual observer that curry has been even less inhibited with his shooting this season. Kyle Korver has been dubbed threes. So curry is Lord of the letter flies. He just sees the game better Fraser said but fifty percent. That's x Ray vision. Nobody in basketball history has pushed the limits of three point shooting. Like hurry has what he's done with threes in the shooting equivalent. What he's done with threes is the shooting equivalent of a moonwalk but fifty percent for such a high volume shooter is absurd. Take it from a man who knows Steve Kerr. The warriors head coach is number two on the season. Three ball percentage. Chart. Fifty two point four in nineteen ninety four ninety five top dog is Korver. Fifty three point six in two thousand nine ten Kerr shadow over fifty percent in a season three times. But where curry is attempting an average of ten point seven threes per game. Korver incur each shot. Two point one per game in their best seasons in corpus highest volume season. He attended six threes per game and shot forty nine point two percent said curb before the game you would expect fifty percent from a guy who's just going to stand there be wide open and shoot three of them in a game. There have been a couple of guys who've done that pause for laughter. Continue. But in terms of flying around like Steph does shooting off the dribble shooting the volume of threes that he does shooting the half court shots at the end of quarters fearlessly. It's almost impossible to do that over the course of a season. But I don't put anything past staff. That's for sure volume shot. That's where Curry's three balling strange credulity on the list of career three pointers made. Curry is number five with two thousand two hundred twenty two which is seven hundred fifty one behind leader Ray Allen, but Allen played thirteen hundred regular season games. Curry's played less than half that six hundred forty three. Everyone ahead of curry played at least eleven hundred twenty six games on this season's list of most accurate three ball shooters. Nobody among the top eighteen takes even half as many threes per game as curry it's easier to make threes. If you take a lot of them tell that to James harden, the only player in the league who shoots more. Threes than curry hardened shoots eleven point one per game. And makes thirty seven point three percent. If curry hits the fifty percent Mark or even if he has a routinely spectacular season of shooting threes Kurd deserves an assist playing incurs flowing offense. Designed for Cari has allowed him to evolve. As a long ball shooter from crazy. Good to shot up. Not only did Kerr design an offense to maximize Curry's talents. The coach also blended Klay Thompson, and then Kevin Durant into the mix. So seamlessly that defenses can't concentrate on curry crazy stat going into Wednesday curry Thomson and Durant where each taking an average of nineteen point seven shots per game. If curse oh smart in the second half of the season. Let's see him. Get DeMarcus cousins nineteen point seven shots per game. Two as for curry is it possible for him to join his own exclusive fifty ten club fifty percent on threes. For season while attempting ten per game. Sure said Jonas Repco on Wednesday. He could shoot sixty percent, right. And man could walk on the moon.

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"peter guber" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"peter guber" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Background divulge it he did it he's pretty cool about it he was rooting for the giants today and they did see a slight grimace go on on the face when the when the cubs scored a bunch of runs and and went ahead of the dodgers in la today and one white eleven to three but now it's a it's a good healthy grew up in la i you know what people say oh you don't like this person they were dodger fan or a this standard or that san yankee fan red sox fan i like people are into baseball and so whatever whoever there and if you're especially if it's a childhood loyalty and you grew up with a team it's cool it's cool stay with that team larry is us you bring up an instinct thought and i i don't know how this works but there's been so much success among the bay area teams do do you guys generally talk i don't know if you see each other fundraisers whenever because obviously the sports are different but a lot of psychologists that go into winning or the same so whether it's the warriors are you know whoever you do you do you guys know each other real well at orphan all you know we really do we we talk a fair bit and so this is so i talked to over the years in fact when they were acquiring the team talk to joe wakeup lot and peter guber and we talked to i talked to jed york and and you know the folks at the as to some extent and you know so yeah the answer is yes and i think one of the interesting things about our sports it both we sort of within the league within baseball team two team within baseball team team you know across the league's is that you know you're trying to try to your competitive is hell on the field and you want to teach others brains out in terms of winning winning games but off the field if there's a there's some good ideas you share them because it's it's an everybody's interest to sell more tickets in everybody's interest to provide a better experience for the fans it's in everybody's interest.

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"peter guber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"peter guber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The artists and the audience is shortened the distance expanded the the breadth and which of live touch it's provided individuality to the uses it's done a lot of benefits technology that's doesn't provide benefits as a goal comforting disappears it's it's interim for second but the idea that technology can reach the sport live in the whole world i was laying on my bed in tabet in lhasa with four years earlier you could didn't even make a phone call and suddenly i'm laying on my bed and i called down to the operator i said you know the score the warriors game instead we got the identity would you like to do okay i got the line phone picked up my mobile phone went to my nba app and then i'm laying in the bed in las at the bet watching the warriors it brings audiences from all over the world it allows them to see it in different forms whether it's vr whether it's live in the venue whether it's on a mobile phone whether it's on a pc or on linear television so that's the benefit technology broadens the audience it's it's not it's a means is a method it's not an end product chatting with peter guber part owner of the dodgers warriors football club east sports team liquid and peter one of my favorite stories from david stern who was among the first to sort of see this digital global flat world wasn't he was in tempur bhutan a one stop light town he walks into his hotel and there you see some looking over the shoulder on a computer and he was on the nba dot com page looking at something kobe bryant so how do you as an owner and i can i can sense again you're into the emotional attachment of it all but with that comes monetization how do you take advantage of this flat world of the scale that the technology allows for in terms of monitoring what you've got which is the athletic performance on the court in front of you that's a really good question and one that you know many pundits cogitate on it but it's really the elements for the answer pretty simple you got a sport that doesn't have a lot of friction one complaint against one five to play inspired you can play on.

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"peter guber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"peter guber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Golden state warriors part owner and chairman and ceo of mentally entertainment group peter guber peter for people who may not know your background i'm gonna i'm gonna tie this all together you're talking about human attachment you're talking about emotion you're talking about affinity and the name your company's mandalay entertainment and it came about because your mother used to read rudyard kipling's mandalay poem to you and that is about longing it's about love it's about attachment i mean what's the giving tree not on the shelf this this this is high brow stuff but it seems to have stayed with you for your entire life in your plying to sport world it's it's you know it's endemic the human nature's endemic to how we are we grow attachments we moved to those documents we have loyalties and you build that with a team it's about it's about creating emotional transportation that's the business really and we wanna mostly transported audience to believe they make a difference to come and watch their players to narrate the story to their friends to be vocal advocacy to the fans into the products that are that are associated with the team it's not it's more than just you know you know putting five guys on the floor it's putting hearts minds wallets feet and tongue in the same direction that authenticity is what the audience and the fans say and if you are authentic you still have to win you don't have to be competitive but look at the dodgers the dodgers have the largest put of any team in the world almost four million people a year go through there so the idea is you have to build lawyer loyalty but you have to surrender proprietorship that doesn't mean you're not the steward that you're taking care of all the pieces but you have to do it you know you're doing it in their stead near favor we're speaking with mandalay entertainment chairman peter guber peter does technology help with building those connections or is it a a distraction i mean i can see an argument for for both well there's no doubt that technology works because technology been with us since we've we're gonna human species who developed language that was a technology we developed a physical communication then then we develop electronic communication and that didn't separate that brought us closer together what we have is a digital world and therefore technology has been the connector between.

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"peter guber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"peter guber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Part owner and chairman and ceo of mandalay entertainment group peter guber peter for people who may not know your background i'm gonna i'm gonna tie this all together you're talking about human attachment you're talking about emotion you're talking about finnity and the name your company's mandalay entertainment and it came about because your mother used to read rudyard kipling's mandalay poem to you and that is about longing it's about love it's about attachment i mean was the giving tree not on the shelf this this is this is high brow stuff but seems to have stayed with you for your entire life and you're playing it to the sport world if if you know it's endemic the human nature endemic to how we are we grow attachments move for those dachas we have loyalties and you build that with a team it's about it's about creating emotional transportation that's the business really in we wanna mostly transport our audience to believe they make a difference to come and watch their players to narrate the story to their friends to be vocal advocacy to the fans into the products that have that are associated with the team it's not it's more than just you know you know putting five guys on the floor it's putting our hearts minds wallets feet and tongue in the same direction that authenticity is what the audience and the fan see and if you are authentic you still have to win you have to be competitive but look at the dodgers the dodgers have the largest throughput of any team in the world almost four million people a year go through there so the idea is you have to build low loyalty but you have to surrender proprietorship that doesn't mean you're not the steward that you're taking care of all the pieces but you have to do it you know you're doing it in their staff near favor we're speaking with mandalay entertainment chairman peter guber peter does technology help with building those connections or is it a distraction i mean i can see an argument for for both well there's no doubt that technology which because technology been with us since we've we're gonna human species who developed language that was a technology we develop a physical communication then then we developed electron of communication and that didn't separate is that brought us closer together what we have is a digital world and therefore technology has been the connector between.

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"peter guber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"peter guber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Part owner and chairman and ceo of mandalay entertainment group peter guber peter for people who may not know your background i'm gonna i'm gonna tie this all together you're talking about human attachment you're talking about emotion you're talking about affinity and the name your company's mandalay entertainment and it came about because your mother used to read rudyard kipling's mandalay poem to you and that is about longing it's about love it's about attachment i mean was the giving tree not on the shelf this this is this is high brow stuff but it seems to have stayed with you for your entire life and your plying to the sport world this is you know it's endemic to human nature and endemic to how we are we grow attachments we moved for those statutes we have loyalties and you build that with a team it's about it's about creating emotional transportation that's the business really and we want mostly transporter audience to believe they make a difference to come and watch their players to narrate the story to their friends to be vocal advocacy to the fans and to the products that are that are associated with the team it's not it's more than just you know you know putting five guys on the floor it's putting hearts minds wallets feet and tongue in the same direction that authenticity is what the audience and the fan say and if you are you still have to win you still have to be competitive but look at the dodgers the dodgers have the largest put of any team in the world almost four million people a year go through there so the idea is you have to build low loyalty but you have to surrender proprietorship that doesn't mean you're not the steward that you're taking care of all the pieces but you have to do it you know you're doing it in their favor we're speaking with mandalay entertainment chairman peter guber peter does technology help with building those connections or is it a distraction i mean i can see an argument for for both well there's no doubt technology works because technology been with us since we've we're gonna human species who developed language that was technology we develop a physical communication then then redeveloped electron of communication and that didn't separate us that brought us closer together what we have is a digital world and therefore technology has been the connector between the artists and.

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Golden State Warriors defeat Cleveland Cavaliers to win third NBA championship in 4 years

The Rob Buska Show

01:08 min | 3 years ago

Golden State Warriors defeat Cleveland Cavaliers to win third NBA championship in 4 years

"The indictment accuses manafort and a longtime associate who prosecutors say has ties to russian intelligence which trying to tamper with witnesses it marks the second time since october and indictment against manafort has brought additional allegations fox's jared halpern reports the metaphor has denied all of the charges against him it's a sweep in the nba finals the golden state warriors beating the cleveland cavaliers one hundred eighty five friday night the claim the nba trophy for the third time in four years and prompting this from warriors managing owner peter guber well we're going to need a bigger and more hardware for kevin durant is well winning the championship series most valuable player title for the second straight year but in cleveland the big question is will lebron james return or take his talents elsewhere have no idea at this point you know the one thing that i've always done consider obviously my family understanding you know especially with my boys are at this point in their age aids can be free agent in july fox news fair and balanced i'm in almost every school blessing class i go to school.

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"peter guber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"peter guber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Joining us we are here each and every week for you at the same time talking to the biggest names in sports michael barr is off today we are talking with golden state warriors part owner and chairman and ceo of mentally entertainment group peter guber peter for people who may not know your background i'm gonna i'm gonna tie this all together you're talking about human attachment you're talking about emotion you're talking about finicky and the name your company's mandalay entertainment and it came about because your mother used to read rudyard kipling's mandalay poem to you and that is about longing it's about love it's about attachment i mean was the giving tree not on the shelf this this is this is high brow stuff but it seems to have stayed with you for your entire life and you're plying it to the sport world it's you know it's endemic to human nature endemic to how we are we grow attachments we moved to those catchments we have loyalties and you you build that with a team it's about it's about creating emotional transportation that's the business really in we wanna mostly transport our audience to believe they make a difference to come and watch their players to narrate the story to their friends to be vocal advocacy to the fans into the products that have that are associated with the team it's not it's more than just you know you know putting five guys on the floor is putting our hearts minds wallets feet and tongue in the same direction that authenticity is what the audience and the fan say and if you are that authentic you still have to win you still have to be competitive but look at the dodgers the dodgers have the largest soup put of any team in the world almost four million people a year go through there so the idea is you have to build lawyer loyalty but you have to surrender proprietorship that doesn't mean you're not the steward that you're taking care of all the pieces but you have to do it you know you're doing it in their stead near favor we're speaking with mandalay entertainment chairman peter guber peter does technology help with building those connections or is it.

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"peter guber" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"peter guber" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"You know the brand marketing world at the company then started my own agency when i was twenty five called the mkx san group i ran that for four years and it was sports and entertainment marketing agency and i sold that to peter guber mandalay entertainment group and we started at mandalay branded entertainment is back in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine before there was such a thing as brendan entertainment actually brennan entertainments been around for a long time i think there might be people who have heard the texaco star theater the way television originally start started back in the fifties it was all sponsored it was all branded content at one point you probably didn't realize this but proctor and gamble is one of the biggest producers of television in the world producing all kinds of different soap operas they're called soap operas because they sold soap i also just thought about the omaha steaks with the wild kingdom like that was a big thing exactly so so we started mandalay branded entertainment in one thousand nine hundred nine we were doing it before there was really any money to do it and i i think i told you this earlier i was the guy talking to cmo's going hey be heard of this thing called the dvr the digital video recorder because if you haven't people are going to start using and they're gonna stop paying attention to your commercials you're probably going to have to do something like create content or experiences that they're really interested in that they want to choose to engage in and that was sort of the start of what we now know is sort of brand content branded entertainment age that we live in today and there are a lot of brands doing good and bad branded content so i ran that company and then i got recruited from that company by jimmy ivy into universal music group and started i was supposed to start with essentially green light is today so this hybrid of a agency and content studio and we were going to partner with enter public group know how many people here familiar with republic group largest advertising holding companies and coca cola was going.

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"peter guber" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"peter guber" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Yeah but people like peter guber who's a coowner of the the golden state warriors magic johnson who you may have heard of i will feral odd mia hamm narberth ciobera tony robbins agassi will get everybody in the right martin lapierre who actually used to work for espn oh that's right it is a part of the group as well there are thirty total owners thirty one actually moya they just added veges that his name was not out has named its top secret of but at the the official season will start on sunday it is a road game it is in seattle in the first home game won't be until late april april twenty nine th at is the first time at the brand new bank of california stadium exactly uh one of the big stars the big star of this team is a guy is a guy named carlos valer who is a probably one of the one of the most famous men in mexico arguably the top soccer player in mexico so that's a huge calling card for this this team the reason to get excited we ron bradley as that had cara shahed rally we're talking to saft whose from the iaf for the la fc and he said that carlos valer went to the nba allstar weekend and that on allstar saturday night all the celebrities were coming in and carlos valer was there and there was a huge huge crowd around carlos valer and all the other reporters like who is that is that is that snoop is that is that furby who is known as carlos valer and enormous international following a huge following among mexican soccer fans here in los angeles so that is a huge deal and i'm also really happy to say that the playbyplay announcer for the la fc is our friend dave denel who has been in town for she's almost as long as i have any is the host of soccer weekly what she can he asked station every lee which has become even more relevant now yes soccer weekly he will be calling the first game and all the games here on espn los angeles starting on sunday.

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"peter guber" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"peter guber" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Attractive clearly all right by time for the city national bank business and technology report jason middleton youtube tv has scored the first goal of its kind exclusive broad cast rights do a professional team youtube tv will stream and new major league soccer team in los angeles as part of the deal youtube tv also has naming rights on jerseys for the los angeles football club the l eight fc it ruins the ml ask in march the teams owners include media mogul peter guber a former basketball player magic johnson and an actor we'll farrell i'm jason middleton time for traffic from the chilton auto body traffic deaths got an epa crash this time highway twenty nine at tower road it's in the centre divide so will probably affect both directions if we see any slowdowns northbound 101 north of san antonio road tow trucks are pulling those cars away to traffic is starting to dissipate but it is heavy from just before matilda avenue up into mountain view south 101 you will meet up with that construction zone if you're traveling between gilroy and prune dale it's uh between better bell and won twenty nine a really rough ride if you're coming in san francisco the metering lights are all greens and no wait there but some delays as you come away from treasure island and off the upper deck of the baybridge traffic which logically credit karma get your truly free credit score free credit monitoring from credit karma download the credit karma app today critic karma get knowing gary and larry on knbr 60 these sports leader.

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"peter guber" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"peter guber" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Gotta really mercurial room of decisionmakers obviously joe was very passionate peter guber is a proven entity in in many fields bob myers is the same thing all right he's a successful gm he's a former successful aging curry's in a lot of ways one of the most intelligent guys i think when you hear the quotes what's it like when you guys all get together and you had jerry west there whose hack i mean as could have an executive as this leagues ever seen possibly what what is the dynamic like in the room when everybody's together and you guys are mulling over a major decision have tung takes behind the curtain a little bit of what that room is really like i think you'd be surprised how much laughing going on because i i think uh the core the reason this was working at the moment as well as it is probably starts with just basic uh respect right i think that everybody you just mentioned uh i'm not sure i've ever been i know i've never been another sports organization where uh everybody uh is on the same page and i think i think it's the opposite of i think he used the word mercurial uh i don't think it's the opposite that i think it's uh a group that relishes agreement uh as the to resolve the disagreement i think that everybody in the room ha has an obligation to have an opinion on everything and everybody's opinions gets listen to and everybody agrees on where from here and when you leave the room we're all on the same page again so but it but it's a result of our real process and i think the process is the key because it's not there's there's no dictators around here you might think joe like i'm just to do that when he gets an room gets shouted down by the basketball guys you know l l sometimes run out of the room with tells between his legs because you know he he ours people like basketball decisions and and for the support they get to make those decisions so i i think there's a collaboration and levels backed amongst the people that you described that.

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"peter guber" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"peter guber" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Book to one point two billion dollars in luxury tax and that number with a b jumped out at me so what does bob myers and what do joe lake had been peter guber due to try and keep this nucleus together one point two billion dollars that's a i mean aid nearly about fred sanford talking about elizabeth so that's it arming number sean yeah it's and it's it's you know it's something that i think you had to give them some credit because you know i i remember i was in jolo coves office uh you know i think this was three four years ago and you know it was it was looking for the key that they'd be able to sign and keep all these guys that they were getting answers even before durant at tom uh and and he said look if we win a championship we're going to pay the tax i don't care what it costs if we win we're gonna pay and he called through with that i i you know i mean that they had an opportunity to make some decisions dan you know not painted would not pay livingston they did it and and you know it this isn't coming of news to them uh you know how much the taps is going to be uh the best they've been won't well aware that this was going to be the case so uh you know the i don't think there are any surprises i think the one thing that you regret if you probably going to develops guys we're gonna wind up leaving you know patrick mccaw looney uh you know some of those guys are are probably going to develop in a pretty nice players and they're and they're gonna sign uh elsewhere and that just won't be able to match the contract so uh that's that's probably the big downside for them uh but uh but you know they they're fulfilling the promise other yet again credit for that they're going to lose some players they drafted and develop as you mentioned and joe lake of an peter guber said and they've demonstrated they they will spend money to make that product better and really that's what you want an owner to do along with get out a way let smart people like bob myers do their job we appreciate the time sean happy thanksgiving team a man and save travels as you off follow the league thank you.

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"peter guber" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"peter guber" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Bob deserves immense credit for the gathering of talent that has gone on while he's been there they did inherit steph curry who nobody knew with steph curry like nobody knew what he was silent think steph knew what he was and he became something no one imagined once those ankles get healthy and it was no longer hit and miss about whether he was he was going to have a career but you look at the deals i mean just player acquisitions the it would dollar deal which at the highlight cities that seems to replicate what they have that doesn't seem to be an igloo dowa was exactly what they needed in his role and obviously the drafting of of draymond in the second round and harrison barnes who was exactly the right player to take where they did and then and clay in any klay thompson and but other players who you know joe veiled me in know knowing that hagia veil could come in here and we can wreck lemay his career and then knowing steve was the right coach at the right time but bigger than all that is bob's lack of vigo that allowed listen you have a very strong wheeled owner and joe lake up who's handson who's been listen he's been transformative for this organization is a business model is a basketball organisation under his watch it's it's been unbelievable and jerry west and you know peter guber who's part of the owner ship group.

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"peter guber" Discussed on The Vertical Podcast with Woj

The Vertical Podcast with Woj

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"peter guber" Discussed on The Vertical Podcast with Woj

"Bob deserves immense credit for the gathering of talent that has gone on while he's been there they did inherit steph curry who nobody knew with steph curry like nobody knew what he was silent think steph knew what he was and he became something no one imagined once those ankles get healthy and it was no longer hit and miss about whether he was he was going to have a career but you look at the deals i mean just player acquisitions the it would dollar deal which at the highlight cities that seems to replicate what they have that doesn't seem to be an igloo dowa was exactly what they needed in his role and obviously the drafting of of draymond in the second round and harrison barnes who was exactly the right player to take where they did and then and clay in any klay thompson and but other players who you know joe veiled me in know knowing that hagia veil could come in here and we can wreck lemay his career and then knowing steve was the right coach at the right time but bigger than all that is bob's lack of vigo that allowed listen you have a very strong wheeled owner and joe lake up who's handson who's been listen he's been transformative for this organization is a business model is a basketball organisation under his watch it's it's been unbelievable and jerry west and you know peter guber who's part of the owner ship group.

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"peter guber" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"peter guber" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"I don't know what's always your marco lem me about him is the intensity at eighty with which he still feels everything yeah it's a peter guber the new one of the new owners of the uh of the warriors proclaimed this thing about himself that he said you know i have a lot of uh alive nece and that sort of jerry gerry kind of i mean some of it is a lot of it is negative i mean jerry beats himself up you know a little bit too much bob myers the warriors gm kind of psychoanalyze them while i was doing the book said anything about anybody else that he feels he kind of filters through himself and at all comes out as this sort of negative turn of things but jerry his his desire to still stay contemporary to still stay up on the game still look at scouting reports and one of the things i appreciated the most about him was his utter refusal to denigrate today's game that he doesn't look at lebron james like so many people and guy back then we would have pushed them to his left been able to never score you he says no this guy is a great player steph curry throws the ball away too much but he's a great player you know that these that jerry's gary always relates as a player and that was part of his success with the warriors he doesn't come in and sound like you know back in my day we did it this way he comes in and says.

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"peter guber" Discussed on The Vertical Podcast with Woj

The Vertical Podcast with Woj

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"peter guber" Discussed on The Vertical Podcast with Woj

"I don't know what's always your marco lem me about him is the intensity at eighty with which he still feels everything yeah it's a peter guber the new one of the new owners of the uh of the warriors proclaimed this thing about himself that he said you know i have a lot of uh alive nece and that sort of jerry gerry kind of i mean some of it is a lot of it is negative i mean jerry beats himself up you know a little bit too much bob myers the warriors gm kind of psychoanalyze them while i was doing the book said anything about anybody else that he feels he kind of filters through himself and at all comes out as this sort of negative turn of things but jerry his his desire to still stay contemporary to still stay up on the game still look at scouting reports and one of the things i appreciated the most about him was his utter refusal to denigrate today's game that he doesn't look at lebron james like so many people and guy back then we would have pushed them to his left been able to never score you he says no this guy is a great player steph curry throws the ball away too much but he's a great player you know that these that jerry's gary always relates as a player and that was part of his success with the warriors he doesn't come in and sound like you know back in my day we did it this way he comes in and says.

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"peter guber" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"peter guber" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Said just good fortune for your oh okay we might have some in here and it's interesting you say that because out of all that i the warriors on my mind a little bit today because we already have our first tv game september 30th peter guber one of the warriors owners said very early in this fiveyear run good luck is a huge huge factor and you think about it if fess zileli had signed an extension durant would not be here if harrison barnes had signed an extension to rent would not be here if the warriors had traded for kevin love and he was not here sometimes the moves end or other decisions and domino's fall on a certain way you know the warriors offered izilien extension they offered barnes an extension of mean like they're you know there were trades on the table with minnesota that glenn taylor could have agreed to like sometimes you need i mean if if johnny flynn hadn't been drafted by minnesota or rubio and curry doesn't fall to you all sometimes in sports there are a lot of luck you need appetizing the news of the day you know twitter burner accounts are referred to use opened a third person if kevin durant than have such an issue being in oklahoma city would billy donovan kevin durant wouldn't be here pence it's one of those were cats eight ever gonna understand you gotta you gotta stop tweeting from time to time just put the fall down bro huh it's just what to fall down member who get yourself in more trouble by just two tinu will the having to two two to have twitter conversations with every one it is it's it's it it never jeff kant's enjoy the game here put the phone down and live your life live your life would have to engage off feared tamil phone god go to launch workout see a movie he go on vacation jump in the poll want your dog live your life and with your friends go to the barber shop talk to a.

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