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Warriors' Steph Curry passes Reggie Miller for second place in career 3-pointers

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

01:02 min | Last month

Warriors' Steph Curry passes Reggie Miller for second place in career 3-pointers

"The nba. The nuggets perseverance past the sons one twenty to one twelve and two overtimes. Jamal murray mesmerizing with twenty. Six points. even sticking a three to send it into ot the jazz jackhammer. The warriors won twenty. Seven one eight steph curry passing. Reggie miller to into second all time in career three pointers ray allen rains in i the rockets flick aside the mavericks. One thirty three to one zero eight erik. Gordon revs up a season high. Thirty three points houston is now three and three in the post. James harden era and speaking of the bearded one james harden breaking all five of his three point. Tries goes for twelve points eleven assists and six turnovers as the nets. Nick the heat one twenty eight to one twenty four. The lakers disrespect the bulls won one. Ninety anthony davis thirty seven points. The timberwolves spray down the pelicans one twenty-one ten and after the game a concern zion williamson muttered the t. wolves quote played harder than us honestly throughout the whole game.

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The Return of Playoff Rondo

The Lead

05:58 min | 6 months ago

The Return of Playoff Rondo

"So Bill Game One against Houston was Rozan rondos first game nearly six months. Can you break down everything that he went through with injuries? Yeah. It was interesting because this is a guy who has been slowly it feels like kind of breaking down as he's gotten older he had two broken fingers on his right hand last year his first year with the Lakers. This year he had a calf injury. He had an aversion fracture in his right ring finger and this is all before we get to March and the shutdown from the pandemic. So the Lakers are off for four months they go to. ORLANDO. Rajon Rondo is with the team their first practice inside the bubble Lakers guard Rajon Rondo has suffered a broken right thumb in. He's expected to return to full basketball activities in six to eight weeks, he's going to undergo surgery to repair the fact fracture this week. So he leaves the bubble has surgery. He's out for another six weeks or so the Lakers have a first round series against the Blazers Rondo, comes back to the bubble and is actually cleared to play for game three against the Portland Trailblazers, he's on the court getting ready. For that Game Rondo was listed as active tonight for the Lakers but was a late scratch with back spasms that happened. So, by the time, we got to game one of the second round against the rockets. There was kind of this sense of porcelain Rondo forget about it what level, but is he just going to be healthy enough to play and be able to stay healthy to make a contribution to this team? What does he had to say about all of these injuries he basically downplayed the injuries and said that these are the sorts of things that are going to frustrate. Anyone was very frustrating injury and step back I'm my career fourteen years have. Everything happens for a reason. Obsolete man says talks we. Still for the moment but the timing of this latest injury, the broken thumb and the back spasms I think particularly frustrating for him because this is a guy whose entire reputation and career is built on playoff performance on being a guy who really ramps it up in the postseason. Early, in his career uses a second your point guard with the Celtics out of Kentucky playing with Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen and Paul. Pierce and he ended up playing an instrumental role. You remember the two thousand, eight finals against the Lakers decisive blowout game. You know he had twenty one points against Kobe Bryant and the Lakers twenty one point seven rebounds eight assists six steals to give the Celtics a championship for that story franchises nearly ovation barrage. You've seen it win Lebron was in Miami. If you remember game three of these conference semi finals Rondo dislocated his elbow. Oh. Wow. Left arm hyper-extended boy. Didn't see it on that I replay certainly. Saw It there. When back to the locker room pop back in came back onto the court to help the Celtics with game. Time is pad. Rajon Rondo expired the crowd rare Boston. We've seen it time and time again in his career in these big moments, it's not superhuman. But when you take a player who is seen as a high level, but not superstar player can a hitting that superstar switch when the playoffs come then obviously a legend starts to grow. And for him did have another injury right when the Lakers were expecting to get him at his best was extremely frustrating. But the timing actually ended up working out he made it back for the second round series against the rockets and as we've seen was really no worse for the wear the Lakers got blown out by the rockets in game one. They're all going to be in a good mood tonight as the Houston Rockets when it one twelve to ninety seven. But after that, they rattled off four straight wins how much credit do you think Rondo deserves further taking that series. So easily I think you could make an argument that without Rajon Rondo certainly that the Lakers wouldn't have off the next four wins, but he was instrumental in games two and three and four also, but specifically games two and three with his performance in the fourth quarter game too. He knocked down a late jump shot to kind of hold off the rockets and what was a close game Rondo two. Point jump shot that's Rajon Rondo with a bucket right there ten points nine assists for Rondo and then engaged three. He was actually the guy who is Lebron James on the bench to start the fourth quarter in what was a close game at the start of that period he either scored or assisted on Lakers I eight possessions of that quarter to help kind of turn what had been another tight close game into a rout for the Lakers. Rondo. He'll three and Rondo hits another one largest laker lead tonight Rondo has. Been Spectacular and a nice Lee for Kuzma. This is sort of how his reputation has been built. But this also is kind of out of line with the way he's played for the Lakers over his first two years. He hasn't been the guy who has come up in the big moments or been clutch. You've seen the decline of a player who's in his mid thirties and has been in the League for fourteen years, but there has always been this belief from the Lakers that when the playoffs come that he. Would step up and have those sort of vintage Rondo performances and so what you saw was sort of this return to form that the Lakers have always promised would be there and you saw not only offensively. But also defensively when Houston started to make runs, it was Rajon Rondo who was picking up James Harden full court and pestering him into turnovers they double team Arden and get a steal and another round of bucket. That's a ten old laker run hard was trying to go behind the back Rondo was right there. In both game two in game three second-half possessions where rondos picking up James Harden. The former MVP of the league, hounding him into a turnover, taking his pocket and going the other way for layup that completely shifted momentum and those both are Lakers win. So when you look at what Rondo did in those two games, I, think you could easily say that the Lakers could have been down two. Oh, two one in the series instead of kind of romping to a five game series victory.

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"ray allen" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast

The Cedric Maxwell Podcast

03:27 min | 11 months ago

"ray allen" Discussed on The Cedric Maxwell Podcast

"Was Walking out with Jambo. The general manager who sent me that letter before he said we'd like to give you a job with the Celtics. and. I was like wow, okay sounds nice. It says but. What you have to do. You have to go apologize to read. and. I was one got traded. Girls. SCHICK The last harbor. All right back from the episode of the. podcast I enjoy pavone alongside Cedric Maxwell Max. You killed it with that interview with Ray Allen Man. If you haven't heard it already I. Don't know what you're waiting for. Make sure you check it out. We're here to talk about it in a lot to digest from what you guys had that conversation you had and you got him to say a lot of stuff that we don't necessarily here reality. I was I was very surprised and very happy, but I think raise. I always probably has her before from people saying Max's when the biggest supporters. Of these people say were up. You Have Kevin Garnett Jersey retired. Reality should be right behind it because without those they win in. They went in. They were big three as people like to say after Kevin and you know Larry and chief. Is that the new the new big three? That's what we call the new big three. What the new big was the new big three so I think he wind be there. I like the fact that he talked to me and with so much stuff that he was able to get out. And I. I loved it, and he talked about Kobe talked about his relationship with the Celtics he talked about asking his relationship with Lebron and the differences between. The Big Three and Miami and the Big Three. In Boston, went with down the line and you know his his name were Kobe was fascinating, the fact that and I forgot the fact that those two were drafted in the same year, so Kobe Bryant as we know, took offensive any guard that was taken before him and put them on a, he said we always had battles. He said the first time they went to. Say the camp and Chicago. And said they wanted the same bus instead ray to Kobe admired ray and ray said I looked at him like he was a little brother. So I think that that was cool jazz really cool because he always forget I always remember the ninety six draft class that A. Photo Slam magazine was she'll do. Our team was in that class. Marcus Camby Walker. Steve Nash and you know how Kobe's man he. He talked about it not too long ago. One of the last interviews he did where he remembered everyone who was drafted before him well, he did that he did that. In High School, he said he was in the magazine. He said he was Song Scrawny Kid. He said he had all these guys who were heading him, and he said he'd marked up them down as guys I'm. I'M GONNA, go get. He said I play against them. He said and I would just play my regular game now. When show me anything new? But he knew I was raised always developing other things..

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"ray allen" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"ray allen" Discussed on Get Up!

"We're talking about the playoff now. Like do they get better over the course of the season? But they have inexperienced. I think they'll be good as the years go on and they keep their core together. All right. So that's where we stand with regard to the playoffs right now. We have a few minutes here with rate. I'm we'll talk about one of the reasons that you're here coming up in a few, but we can get to go around the world of basketball a little bit with the future hall of Famer Ray Allen who's here. Whether so let let's start by talking about the Brian James you played with them you played with them. So very difficult season, obviously, LeBron in Los Angeles. And now we spent forward to what might happen to summer. And obviously it all remains to be seen from your perspective. What is it like playing with him because we here now? So many of the top level free agents. It does not appear any of them are dying to go sign up and play with LeBron James. I just think the landscape scenes when you look at you know, all the teams that have the potential to be successful. You look at the Celtics look at you know, what? Okay, see is done. You'll now Paul George. He really consider leaving, you know, Indiana's good, you know, Toronto's good. So when you look at the prospects in LA, yes. Great market the play in. But what are their prospect for being good in the future? The net for next year that second unit third year. So I think people realistically are thinking, you know, what makes sense for me to be good in the media future. Because most players now they wanna make it to the playoffs. They want to be good on the team right now. I get it. But if I'm collided, I'm thinking what that team needs me. If I go to they get Leonard. Now, all of a sudden they've got something right? I mean, none of those guys all of those guys are game changers. That we're talking about all the guys whose name start with K as you keep describing, and I don't hear any of them talking about going to play with LeBron because LeBron's at a different point of his career. Like somebody like Ray lease Boston, go to Miami. They win a couple of more championships. When you look at the Lakers right now lebrons going into a seventeen season. And the Golden State Warriors are still out there. The Houston Rockets of still out there. I don't think adding one player is going to catapult you to be better than those teams in. So I think that's one of the reasons why top level players that have already won championships. So they're not like they're chasing the ring. Don't necessarily lineup to go play. Lebron? And let's look at it from this way before LeBron. There wasn't this. We're all going to team up. Right. There wasn't this. And I'm not saying he created the super team. That's not what I'm saying. What I'm saying is that there was a competitive generation that was before. Then Braun had great relationships and great people, and he worked the NBA through the back channels in all of this friendship and got together and created a great team. And he did that Cleveland did that Miami like people came and play with them, including myself. But I think now the generations changing this next generation have been watching that. And some of these guys wanna go dude on their own. He's been in the league for seventeen years now. Right. So when you think about other guys wanting to do and create their own, Pat, I just think that that's another generation generation ship. But I think what will change people's perspective is if he gets a second player that that jobs in there that makes it enticing similar to when I landed in Boston it made it so much more enticing for K G because K G was looking going to the Lakers that was a potential spot form. So now. I get traded to Boston. He's like wild Paul n Ray. Like this look so much more enticing than me. Because now we have a legitimate shot. So maybe Anthony Davis is the guy they figure out a way get and that makes people merges at since you mentioned that people talk about the heat when they came together as being the first super team really you guys were the first super team it was put together differently..

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"ray allen" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"ray allen" Discussed on Get Up!

"The spurs. Abby go three the way. Catches up with raid. If you're watching in San Antonio. Famous shots be history. And Ray Allen is. How many times did they is someone mentioned that shot to you on an average day in your life? I just came back from Asia. It was every single day. It was every was interested as people ask me. Hey you remember shots? She didn't You didn't. like how many moments of your career. Could you dented that quickly is that the most famous one the big shot at Connecticut, also means is that the most that the biggest moment of your career? Well, I think from a career perspective. Yes. But I go back, you know, so long, and I think about every shot before that that leads to that moment so playoffs in Boston. His big shots Seattle. It's it's one thing for the people to brand that but for us we remember those early stages gotten ahead of myself. Welcome. Happen here. Let Sarah selves up. Here's always become to you live from above the Heineken river decade. Pier. Seventeen. And here's what's coming up this hour with this. In our studio. We're getting up with Russell Westbrook whose team has going down. Okay. See in big trouble and superstar knows who's to blame. We'll talk about it in a minute. Plus now that Russell has money is Dallas next in line to pay their quarterback. Would that be fair or the huge mistake? We've got answers to those questions. And is it a stone cold lead pipe lock Murray is going number one. Because someone we trust to saying not so fast all that. And more in this hour of which starts right now in Portland thunder. Lasers gain to Jalen Dortch. Not one hundred percent, right. He's got the shoulder. That's shootaround early in the debt. Not naked us Ray. Allen. KC? Let's not get ahead of ourselves to work our way, George with a setback three bear. He was sixteen points in the first half a nine point lead. Didn't weird moment. Look at RJ, look at Russell Westbrook. And whether they don't like each other. And it's okay to not like each other. I think this is what makes baffle fund. This is why this is the most intriguing first round match at the Sean farmer talked about it's like you wanna see guys don't like game changer. Love tap. We think that they have an occasion. All right CJ. Mccollum lockdown that three right before the halftime buzzer. And we would go to halftime all tied in Portland third quarter. Now watch this sequence between the two great point guards Lillard guarding Westport, caving and room. Westbrook. Can't maybe we go the other way. And look what Daimler does not he was open for a reason. Thirty five. You cannot spell Lewis MVP. You know what? I mean, the third blazers five Mukalla of good as this backward. Lasers. Ain't. We'll see terrific score. Especially when he goes against his side his Bill, you're normally have his way. Oh. That guy is back tackle, the least appreciated superstar in American sports. Keep saying it just over four minutes to go blazers lead at sixteen is this dirty? Not. Kolyma screen more this the playoffs. If you hit him on a legal play, and he has to sit a couple of minutes out that might help your team. I like the food has the response pig, right? Yeah. That your team you should always get mad at your teammates. Never the opponent. It seemed a little upset with the opponent. But he would get the last laugh here he goes in. He would score twenty nine plus six SIS blazers wind up two games to not over Russell Westbrook. And okay, see. Starving myself got to play better. And tonight, the loss take responsibility of of tonight because the way I play was unacceptable in going to be better. So I'm not worried one bit. To these guys are yelling at each other. While the sound is running give you the floor..

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Experts weigh in on California's ?execution moratorium

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

07:04 min | 2 years ago

Experts weigh in on California's ?execution moratorium

"That, California has a complicated history with the death penalty voters have repeatedly upheld. It must recently with two propositions back in two thousand sixteen but the state hasn't executed anyone in more than a decade. Joining us to talk about this is John Donohue. He teaches law at Stanford University where he's an expert on the death penalty. Welcome. Glad to be with you. Okay. So what do you make of the governor's announcement? Well, it was striking. It's not a complete renunciation of the death penalty, of course. But probably an important step in the direction of eliminating the death penalty in the state of California. And potentially more broadly across the United States. Really, you think this might have an effect nationwide. It certainly lends impetus to the growing movement across the US to abolish the death penalty number of states. You know every couple of years abolish the death penalty. And this will be taken as another step in that direction. So it's something that the supreme court will clearly be looking at. Although one might imagine that the Trump appointees. Perhaps have a more aggressive posture on the death penalty than some of the other judges up there who have expressed concerns about the constitutionality of the death penalty. But before it gets to the US supreme court wouldn't have to go to the California Supreme Court because voters passed initiative or two measures actually on the ballot. A few years ago. Upholding the death penalty in effect yet. Yeah. There's no question that there are competing cross crosswinds blowing both at the state and the federal level. So you have the governor moving in one direction you have the voters in the last two referendum moving in a different direction. Although I would submit that the last referendum is a little bit less clear in terms of what the voters really intended. Because there probably was some confusion on the part of the voters what they were actually voting for with many people apparently voting for both the competing referenda. So that enabled the continuation of the death penalty vote to just get over the fifty percent threshold. So the death penalty though, I just want to clarify four listeners that the death penalty propositions in two thousand sixteen one said do you favor getting rid of it and that was defeated by fifty three percent? And the other one said should we speed up the death penalty process and that was approved by just over fifty percent? Both of those propositions indicate that people support the death penalty at least albeit by a very small margin. But still the majority in this particular vote said, yeah, we're in favor of the death penalty here in California. But you think that voters were confused there is certainly evidence of that. Because there were quite a number of people who voted for both of the initiatives with some people saying, yeah, we should get rid of it. But if we're not going to get rid of it, we should speed it up because the last person to be executed was executed for a crime committed thirty five years ago. So it really doesn't serve any sort of penal logical justification. But I think the point is well taken that there. There certainly is support for the death penalty in California and on across the nation. The last person executed here in California was a man named Clarence Ray Allen put to death in two thousand six. It was a very long time ago. Although we have more people on death row than any other state. We haven't executed someone in in such a long time is the death penalty. Here before Gavin Newsom leaders announcement was that effectively not in effect. Yeah. It really hasn't been in effect for a long time. Although that was about to change because there were a number of individuals who had completed the appellate process, and therefore would it moved ahead if the governor had been willing to allow that. But all of these people who would have been executed where where people who are committed crime decades ago, and so the normal notions of swift and speedy punishment. Of course, are are completely undermined by the California death penalty system. California has a very long and contentious history when it comes to the death penalty and I'm thinking back to the eighties. When there was a state supreme court judge named rose Byrd who became infamous in the pro-death penalty circles for being staunchly anti-death penalty and going against the the populace and not refusing to. To enforce the death penalty for several inmates, and she lost her confirmation vote for another term on the bench specifically over that issue that was in the eighties when I guess California. It could be argued was much more pro law and order than it is now how do you think the state has changed with regards to the death penalty? And this whole bigger idea of law and order will. Of course, the support for the death penalty tends to be influenced by the level of crime in any particular jurisdiction and the eighties. Of course was a time of rising crime and therefore much greater apprehension over criminal Justice matters now that crime is much lower today than it was at the time that roseburg was removed from the bench enthusiasm in California. And across the nation is is quite a bit lower. So we we see. Declining. Use of the death penalty everywhere in in the United States today in part because crime is is so much lower today than it was in the late eighties. Did the roseburg scenario what happened to her when she lost her seat on the bench that really send a shockwave through ranks of judges and prosecutors to not tackle this issue for many years. Oh, yeah. No question that it it was quite a jolt to the judicial system. And you know, that has kept the death penalty going in and state ever since. But. You can see the ambulance, of course. Because on the one hand our death row is so large because nobody ever gets removed from death row except by suicide deaths or occasionally an inmate will be killed by another inmate. The execution is only the third leading cause of death on the California death row

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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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Ray Allen praises 2008 Boston Celtics, teammates at Hall of Fame ceremony

WBZ Morning News

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Ray Allen praises 2008 Boston Celtics, teammates at Hall of Fame ceremony

"Home from the third day of school for students at Bristol Plymouth regional tech in Taunton. A bomb threat forcing the evacuation of the bus as a holdover at the rest. Stop off in Bridgewater around two forty got off the bus without police walking towards us. And we were all confused. We went over to him. And he was like telling us we have to be like three hundred feet away from the bus, and we all went inside freshman, Casey Moran, her mom. Irene nervous wreck listening to it all play out on a police scanner is apparent you. Watch your kids go off to school, and as a normal day, you're hoping that they you

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David Price performs well for Red Sox

WBZ Morning News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

David Price performs well for Red Sox

"Minutes before prepared myself to take the stage. Not with a victory that didn't happen. She beat the ten term incumbent Mike von oh by eighteen points. Prompting more talk about the so-called year of the woman in US politics. There are two hundred and sixty three women who have advanced generals in the house the Senate and governor's races. Is there something afoot here? When we sit on the Boston comments after the sobering

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Ray Allen praises 2008 Boston Celtics and teammates at Hall of Fame ceremony

Public Affairs Events

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Ray Allen praises 2008 Boston Celtics and teammates at Hall of Fame ceremony

"Gained Basketball Hall of fame. Friday welcomed thirteen new members Ray Allen gave a shout-out to Celtics teammates, given Garnett and Paul Pierce who posted congrats on social media perhaps leading to improve relationships. They have been icy since Allen left for Boston led Boston for Miami two thousand twelve he was the most prolific three point shooter in league history as the NBA's all time leader in three point shots made twenty nine seventy three a ten time all star and recalls, how former uconn coach Jim Calhoun shaped his career as a kid. We moved to Shaw air force base Sumpter South Carolina, while learning to take my game to another level at Hillcrest high school is where I grew my talents under the tutelage of coach Jim James Smith. I play ball every weekend at the base gym with my dad in the men stationed shore from base, and these guys definitely didn't take it easy on me those days for where I made a lot of my groups. I spent the summer a ball which attracted many. Coaches from around the country and one in particular co Jim Calhoun. Under coach home. I really learned how to work I learned how to compete. I learned how to be a better person a learned how to eat breakfast. So many things today to stuck with me. And coach guy who told me a long time ago. I was walking off the floor with a few of my teammates. And we're all like we had a great practice. And I'm thinking that I had agree or disagree job. And he calls me over to him. And he said did you make one hundred percent of your shots? And I say probably about eighty five and I looked at me looked at me. And I knew what he was saying he said if you want to be special you have to do the special things that other players aren't willing to do. And for that example, coach, thank you tremendously. Because I am Ryan today because of you. Granted hill and nineteen year. NBA veteran made seven all star teams as well. As a pair of NCWA championships. While at Duke an Olympic gold medal. Also

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Steph Curry dazzles from deep, Warriors take 2-0 NBA Finals lead

CBS Sports Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Steph Curry dazzles from deep, Warriors take 2-0 NBA Finals lead

"Of course we'll begin with the nba finals steph curry takes control of game too he lifts the warriors past the cavaliers won twenty two one oh three and now golden state takes it to series lead is far it's curry he scores a game high thirty three sets a new final single game record with nine three pointers and of course afterwards curry credits his teammates i mean we watched the film obviously from game on the brian amazing night but a lot of it was just lack of kind of sense of urgency early and possessions to try to be physical klay jury my katie especially were or you know an transformation all right worthy of mention guys as we said curry sets a finals record for three pointers made in a game with nine he now also has the highest lifetime total for threes made in the finals with ninety if you if you were curious ray allen had to single game record of eight back in two thousand ten and lebron had the highest career total of eighty five so steph setting some marks here again nine in the game ninety for his career how about that amazing stuff all right turning our attention now to baseball we'll start in the american league quite an afternoon for eddie reserve of the twin alan holding now throwing a two one pitch at tolerant zimmer training corey parolee saw.

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NBA Playoffs: Big response expected from LeBron James in Game 2 vs. Boston Celtics

WEEI Late Night

01:44 min | 3 years ago

NBA Playoffs: Big response expected from LeBron James in Game 2 vs. Boston Celtics

"Deliver a potential knock out blow to lebrons james and his days in cleveland and if the celtics take a to nothing commanding lead sending this thing back to cleveland giving lebron james well let's see wednesday thursday friday saturday four whole days to stew on this think about this before the series gets underway again next weekend for game three my god i mean this guy is gonna go insane he is going to go absolutely insane and once upon a time lebron james was known as a bit of a sort of a mental midget when it came to his ability to overcome adversity remember it wasn't until the braun made it to miami and won championships that he became known as a closer that he became known as somebody that you how to handle this sort of pressure he was somebody that used to second guess is decision making all of that change the whole persona around lebron changed when he went to miami and with good reason but once upon a time the paul pierce kevin garnett ray allen doc rivers john rondo led celtics surprised and upset lebron james back in two thousand ten and that ended his original run in cleveland and with rumors swirling all year round that lebron is looking to get out of cleveland once again whether it's the lakers the clippers the wizards the seventy sixers the spurs there are rumors abound the nba that his days in cleveland are over now to me the only way that that he returns to cleveland is if he wins the championship or loses the nba championship heartbreaking fashion but if he gets upset by.

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'She Got Game' Is the Sequel That Needs to Happen...So We Made It with Women

The Takeaway

02:12 min | 3 years ago

'She Got Game' Is the Sequel That Needs to Happen...So We Made It with Women

"You're listening to the takeaway podcast if you like what you're hearing give us a rating and review us on june's it helps us in ways you can't imagine also tell your friends share this podcast on facebook or twitter or wherever you want your followers to get some solid news coverage they'll be smarter and they'll think you're a hero it's a win win all right now back to the show back to the takeaway like and twenty years ago today spike lee's basketball film he got game opened in movie theaters across the country in my might sound a damn again if it don't mean what he's getting came with the game right behind the game the game i got see got game we got the movie star ray allen the now nba legend ray allen as jesus shuttleworth the number one high school basketball prospect in america jesus has fraught relationship with his father recently out of prison played by denzel washington one jeez anyway no kidding played it to understand why i wanna put the ball in your creek i know baby well now twenty years after the release if he got game we have a new trailer that imagines a sequel she got game there has been a second coming of jesus shuttles worth twenty years to the date lincoln high school has once again produced the most sought after basketball prospect coney island known for its high crime rates and rampant drug use mother shed as overcome the odds this is your moment short film commissioned by bleacher report stars jewell loyd as faith mother shed as she decides what to do with her own future play at a top university stay close to home to be with her sick mom or go overseas go pro and make some big money to help out her family i sat down with jewell loyd who in real life is a guard for the seattle storm of the wnba and also vastly cola who directed the short film i think for me he got game plays a special part in my life especially growing up you know loving film loving new york city but you know i'm not.

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A new Celtics' 'Big Three' of Rozier, Tatum, and Horford emerges

First Things First

02:11 min | 3 years ago

A new Celtics' 'Big Three' of Rozier, Tatum, and Horford emerges

"All right you have to give the celtics players especially their role players and for years since i've been watching the nba which is a long long time boston celtics role players danny aines they play so much better at home this is not just this team look at the role players how well they played last night we know they have significant injuries but this has been a theme for the team we can give yes they weren't prepared for the game yes did they have a counterpunch to philadelphia what they were doing yes but the place rozier tatum you gotta give a lot of credit to what they did all right so you brought up a lot of important points there one is home road celtics in these playoffs they played eight games they are undefeated at home they haven't won yet on the road so don't discount how important that home crowd in boston the other is the guys rozier tatum poor for they combined last night for more points as a trio than paul pierce ray allen and kevin garnett ever did ever in a playoff or regular season game more points combined than those three guys ever did they all scored twenty three points the first celtics trio to do that in a playoff game since perish mikhail bird in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven only the third celtics trill to ever do it in a playoff game like so those guys were great where i will give brad stevens credit and we're much like like cc too donovan mitchell is me brad stevens on the corner early and often trying to alert people how special this player or this coaches brad stevens is in my eyes right now the best in the league at is putting guys in position to do what they do well you have you have gm and danny ainge that is has knows who his coaches and says okay i can take a guy like terry rozier who people thought was a project people thought was a rich reach we picked him out of louisville he will be coached up in order to reach his full maximum potential and then when he gets the opportunity he's going to go out there and all of a sudden give me a poor man's kyrie irving level production on offense in in a critical game.

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"ray allen" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ray allen" Discussed on The Full 48

"M he's my absolute favorite so that's kind of what would i believe sports is all about like you grew up with a certain individual that you just took to something they said or move the day made and that was your guy forever nothing you know how i grew up in era of michael jordan the weeds posters in the box you know i had all this postal wall shoes you know just i remember certain moves he may watch them real time and not just on youtube videos so it it it grew me up you know as a young man in it set a certain precedent in my mind of what it is that i wanted to do in my life and how when up right now there's kids doing that with the wrong you know like his power and you know his his ability to take over a game and you know just you know what he can do around the basket so i think the argument is it's not really argument you know it's just a preference you know and i think that's what people should understand because even you know people ask me about you know steph in you know the difference between he and i as shooters now's i well you know steph steph is a great shooter but i'm more comparable to clay you know clay and i play similar games you know the way we use the screens and shoot in transition steph is a point guard and he's you know he's crazy with his ball handling and you know just get into the basket and and his ability shoot so you know we we play different games so it is it's just preference on you know what what you like by the way.

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"ray allen" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ray allen" Discussed on The Full 48

"Sports in terms of just you know players and coaches it's been striking to see that especially over the last year and a half or so does does that make sense to you that that this league is the one that has been the most engaged the most feeling the most free to be outspoken whether it's all about trump whether it's about police brutality any other number of issues and if you do you feel like if you were still in league today would you be in that same position with lebron steph the rest of these guys what would what would your your message be most definitely is interesting because i i've always told you know the guys that we play that i played along with my career that you know to think about what jim brown what mohammed ali would kareem we'll chamberlain bill russell what those guys had to deal with to play on the level they played at and to do it such a high level night after night nate paved the ground for which we walk on in the bill to have the money that we have in our pocket you know we we have nowhere near you know the the adversities that they had to deal with in in the social climate back in the days and they played in so you know we do have that social responsibility it's not about the contracts that we we make it's about being able to grow the younger generation and so me i i was just anything any social injustice that you see going on and you could talk about you know y people don't like the truth people think that you should just shut up and dribble people think that you should just play basketball and mind your business but you know we pay taxes you know we we own homes we our kids are in school like all these issues that are happening today affect us all and to speak out against it we speak out against it not because you know yeah you know how do we need to make more money i think everybody would love.

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"ray allen" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ray allen" Discussed on The Full 48

"Yeah not not ready to share it just you know so you're here on a book tour book just coming out from the outside my journey through life and the game i love which i got through over the weekend here since it got through it makes it sound like it was it was not really engine john it was a a really enjoyable read and you know there's a lot of this that i think takes people through the journey that they already know the public part of it of course they you know your your nba career younger fans might not know much about your your yukon days certainly i think your high school days and just your upbringing and that was the part that was new to me as someone who's followed your career from start to finish it was really interesting i mean you get into a lot of that about how especially in high school in your your years in south carolina really shaped you what parts of that do you feel like came through your career the most in terms of mean we saw some early obstacles on the basketball side certainly on the family side relationship with with your father do you feel like as you're as you're looking back in this book is a lot of that reflecting that you're in this place now based on a lot of what you had to overcome early well senator us and there's so much going on in the political climate today in american as an athlete people tell us so stick the basketball and you know don't be political but people think that we only have played basketball and our life you know that we are only you know these individuals that they know to be on tv and to one a game won a championship or played in particular city but as an individual growing up in and you know it seems like so many different lives for me and i'm certainly sure that guys all around professional sports feel the same way there's so much more to so many layers you know going back to high school and the things that you had to go through and deal with and you know the adversely all the travails that allow us to make the choices and decision to get.

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"ray allen" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"ray allen" Discussed on The Full 48

"All bets are graded within seconds and your winnings credited to your count instantly withdrawals or free with same day payouts sign up today and get one hundred percent welcome bonus up to three hundred dollars by visiting bookmaker dot edu slash bleacher report that's bookmaker dot edu slash bleacher report bookmaker where the smart money goes to play now honored to be joined by ten time nba all star two time nba champion and recently announced finalists for the naismith memorial basketball hall of fame classic thousand eighteen ray allen ray welcome thank you and congrats by the way what was that feeling like i mean i know we don't have the final final word yet i'm assuming that you will probably be announced as an inductive for twenty a teen what was what was that moment like somewhat surreal once that now stat finalist list i didn't know what that meant and and everybody was congratulate me now as i wait a minute are they saying that i'm hall of famer or are they saying that i'm almost i didn't know so obviously once i took step back into understood it you know you still have one more hurley but nonetheless it is a huge huge accomplishment and you know you start to think about everything that you've done you know throughout your life and everything they got to that to that moment and that's you know i it's incredible the process is confusing every year i have that same kind of hiccup there where it's like wait a minute oh these are the fighting the way there's just a finalist it's not the actual inductees we gotta there's like multiple announcements there's a list that comes even before the announcement that just had it's very confusing and in a in a great class now they've moved it up to three year window set of five so now jason kidd is potentially in that classic grant hill.

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"ray allen" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ray allen" Discussed on The Full 48

"Rajon rondo in particular and so much more so i don't want to delay that any further or spoil any of the the more interesting tidbits so go by the book from the outside my journey through life and the game i love and i will be back with more in a minute with ray allen sustained around you know one of the great things about being a sportswriter is that i'm not an editor i don't i'm not a manager i don't have to hire people hiring people finding the right people is hard but that's why you need ziprecruiter ziprecruiter knew there was a smarter way so they built a platform that finds the right job candidates for you ziprecruiter learns what you're looking for identifies people with the right experience and invites them to apply to your job these invitations have revolutionized how you find your next higher in fact eighty percents of employers who post a job in ziprecruiter get a quality candidate through the site in just one day and ziprecruiter doesn't stop there they even spotlight the strongest applications you receive so you never miss a great match the right candidates are out there ziprecruiter is how you find them and right now my listeners can try ziprecruiter for free that's right free just go to ziprecruiter dot com slash full forty eight that's ziprecruiter dot com slash full forty eight the name of this podcast spelled f u l l and the numbers foreign eight that's ziprecruiter dot com slash full forty eight ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire bracket madness is here make your college basketball picks with bookmaker dot edu slash bleacher report and get one hundred percent welcome bonus up to three hundred dollars bookmaker premier sportsbook service in the us for over thirty years has been mentioned in the new york times forbes espn and cbs sports it is known by the pros is where vegas goes for the opening line bookmaker offers live in progress betting on every major sporting event this allows you to wager on the games you want uninterrupted from tip off until the final whistle.

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"ray allen" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"ray allen" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Colleague jalen rose on the air and paul pierce deserves every kudo possible he is a first hour hall of famer he is as good as they come he is for you and your generation you are just remind everybody how old you are at thirty said okay even though you look fifty uh that's good you are great seriously go ahead and ready they come on you are going to be so i'll 37 so but for you for your age you are naughty bird mikhail parish guy even though you are you are more of a pierce kevin garnett and drums honor ongo i'm kind of a yeah that ray allen guy now i lacked allies ray well we played for out allowed to like ray allen well not anymore and as he communicated while he pull the kevin durant he left you he left you who did right but let's put that aside let's put the ray allen stuff aside isaiah thomas says i i don't don't give me the tribute video he tweets that out that's cast by folks who are paul pierce eits like yourself yes as making it about him even though he's trying to make it not about him that he's he's chiming in he's trying to defuse the situation which is most normal thinking people would take a look at a new in all your boston angst now how dare he try and get the upper classy hand but all the drama that plato.

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"ray allen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ray allen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"I will say this stuff i did not like cnn ran alan absent from that ceremony he should have been there and less word got to him whether directly to paul pierce or through intermediaries their paul pierce did not want him in attendance ray allen should have been there i know i would have been hard because he doesn't get along with cagey and he doesn't get along well rondo and he would have had to sit separately away from the other guys i know that but paul pierce has always been theodore a alan to my knowledge paul pierce when cagey they want nothing to do with him because he left to go to the enemy the miami heat and rondo one another to do it because they didn't like each other before reality upon it paul pierce was the one that said all the at a problem with was how ray allen left because they didn't hear anything he wished he had gotten a phone call a something of i remember correctly that's will paul pierce said so he wasn't as acerbic to ray allen as cagey was as rondo was ray allah should have been rare alan no matter what title he won one miami he never wanted title until he got to boston he won it with them first paul pierce his first title k d's first title rondos first title ray islands first title will altogether and in everybody's case brought ray allen it was the only title.

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"ray allen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ray allen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"I will say this stuff i did not like cnn ran alan absent from that ceremony he should have been there and less word got to him whether directly to paul pierce or through intermediaries their paul pierce did not want him in attendance ray allen should have been there i know i would have been hard because he doesn't get along with cagey and he doesn't get along well rondo and he would have had to sit separately away from the other guys i know that but paul pierce has always been theodore a alan to my knowledge paul pierce when cagey they want nothing to do with him because he left to go to the enemy the miami heat and rondo one another to do it because they didn't like each other before reality upon it paul pierce was the one that said all the at a problem with was how ray allen left because they didn't hear anything he wished he had gotten a phone call a something of i remember correctly that's will paul pierce said so he wasn't as acerbic to ray allen as cagey was as rondo was ray allah should have been rare alan no matter what title he won one miami he never wanted title until he got to boston he won it with them first paul pierce his first title k d's first title rondos first title ray islands first title will altogether and in everybody's case brought ray allen it was the only title.

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"ray allen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ray allen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"I will say this stuff i did not like cnn ran alan absent from that ceremony he should have been there and less word got to him whether directly to paul pierce or through intermediaries their paul pierce did not want him in attendance ray allen should have been there i know i would have been hard because he doesn't get along with cagey and he doesn't get along well rondo and he would have had to sit separately away from the other guys i know that but paul pierce has always been theodore a alan to my knowledge paul pierce when cagey they want nothing to do with him because he left to go to the enemy the miami heat and rondo one another to do it because they didn't like each other before reality upon it paul pierce was the one that said all the at a problem with was how ray allen left because they didn't hear anything he wished he had gotten a phone call a something of i remember correctly that's will paul pierce said so he wasn't as acerbic to ray allen as cagey was as rondo was ray allah should have been rare alan no matter what title he won one miami he never wanted title until he got to boston he won it with them first paul pierce his first title k d's first title rondos first title ray islands first title will altogether and in everybody's case brought ray allen it was the only title.

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"ray allen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ray allen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"I will say this stuff i did not like cnn ran alan absent from that ceremony he should have been there and less word got to him whether directly to paul pierce or through intermediaries their paul pierce did not want him in attendance ray allen should have been there i know i would have been hard because he doesn't get along with cagey and he doesn't get along well rondo and he would have had to sit separately away from the other guys i know that but paul pierce has always been theodore a alan to my knowledge paul pierce when cagey they want nothing to do with him because he left to go to the enemy the miami heat and rondo one another to do it because they didn't like each other before reality upon it paul pierce was the one that said all the at a problem with was how ray allen left because they didn't hear anything he wished he had gotten a phone call a something of i remember correctly that's will paul pierce said so he wasn't as acerbic to ray allen as cagey was as rondo was ray allah should have been rare alan no matter what title he won one miami he never wanted title until he got to boston he won it with them first paul pierce his first title k d's first title rondos first title ray islands first title will altogether and in everybody's case brought ray allen it was the only title.

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"ray allen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ray allen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"I will say this stuff i did not like cnn ran alan absent from that ceremony he should have been there and less word got to him whether directly to paul pierce or through intermediaries their paul pierce did not want him in attendance ray allen should have been there i know i would have been hard because he doesn't get along with cagey and he doesn't get along well rondo and he would have had to sit separately away from the other guys i know that but paul pierce has always been theodore a alan to my knowledge paul pierce when cagey they want nothing to do with him because he left to go to the enemy the miami heat and rondo one another to do it because they didn't like each other before reality upon it paul pierce was the one that said all the at a problem with was how ray allen left because they didn't hear anything he wished he had gotten a phone call a something of i remember correctly that's will paul pierce said so he wasn't as acerbic to ray allen as cagey was as rondo was ray allah should have been rare alan no matter what title he won one miami he never wanted title until he got to boston he won it with them first paul pierce his first title k d's first title rondos first title ray islands first title will altogether and in everybody's case brought ray allen it was the only title.

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"ray allen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ray allen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"I will say this stuff i did not like cnn ran alan absent from that ceremony he should have been there and less word got to him whether directly to paul pierce or through intermediaries their paul pierce did not want him in attendance ray allen should have been there i know i would have been hard because he doesn't get along with cagey and he doesn't get along well rondo and he would have had to sit separately away from the other guys i know that but paul pierce has always been theodore a alan to my knowledge paul pierce when cagey they want nothing to do with him because he left to go to the enemy the miami heat and rondo one another to do it because they didn't like each other before reality upon it paul pierce was the one that said all the at a problem with was how ray allen left because they didn't hear anything he wished he had gotten a phone call a something of i remember correctly that's will paul pierce said so he wasn't as acerbic to ray allen as cagey was as rondo was ray allah should have been rare alan no matter what title he won one miami he never wanted title until he got to boston he won it with them first paul pierce his first title k d's first title rondos first title ray islands first title will altogether and in everybody's case brought ray allen it was the only title.

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"ray allen" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"ray allen" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"The rare for instant gone up you have the no official abu as the same social ranking is luke rashard imbaba tests so the bizarre thing about this when know is that this guy is just basically taunting ray allen being a number of different women with nothing to gain at the end it just like look messing with ray allen in rain a boy if you're ray just got to drop it okay now you know what that person's cape now let me ask you this let's say okay here's question was rail and cheating on his wife my wife if lisa we're here she would say yes for me and never got wither although they never met and we're talking with a number of different women my wife would say that crosses and emotional line it's an emotional fair i even though there is not a physical affair that's what i would say is i guys look at it differently as long as you know very if i'd long as you know touch right i think for married you should be allowed to flirt just don't you're not allowed to do anything but are you allowed to talk to a hot woman is it are you have in like phone sex or is it just like you're just talking i dunno it was doing i think ray crystalline don't you hostile on yeah i think he's got i think he's got some explaining he's got some splendid due to mrs allen.

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"ray allen" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"ray allen" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"People listen to me the ray alan celebrity golf tournament is at the lows miami beach hotel and if you want information on this you go to charity buzz dot com slash ray allen c g t charity buzz dot com slash ray allen c g team we've got very serious question for you that we have been debating here for a couple of weeks if the golden state warriors had to play the entire season sandals or flipflops uh would they still be favored to win the title no uh once i thin to suit is that right that's the cia that's the question that you give a short answer to that question moyo odd thing is pretty selvik qantas or you know even know tennis you don't give you a great advantage they give you a great disadvantage let me know how earth i know i've had i'm had some blow albums so my soosung game that i just couldn't make it around that screening fat without moment too right but up barefoot lick club give you know flop give you know though the law you barefoot yes you're right you're making that shot and flip flop and that stature outside the arena would have your feet with flipflops because you're making that shot and fled only mike miller could make a shot with issue off and the rarely ilet prudential prove it i'd be i i don't we all remember we were there this the ray allen celebrity golf tournament is at the lows miami beach hotel charity buzzed dot com you've been doing this for awhile huh what what explain to the people wide is that you care about kids this way.

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