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"red auerbach" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 10 months ago

"red auerbach" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You see, we made more than the president one year and he said, I had a better year. That's right. Yeah, during the Depression, the famous they gave him hell for making more money than Herbert Hoover, and his comment was well, I had a better year, but you can really trace through this work that you've done. And by the way, the text with each photograph does just an enormous amount of researcher. You could really Trace not only the Red Sox history but sort of baseball history, the racial divide. I mean, obviously, Earl Wilson comes into play Pump Sea green. Those the two black players first and the Red Sox were the last team to be integrated. And then, um, Here's a picture of a guy Gene Conley. And there's a interesting bit of trivia about Gene Conley because he also played for the Celtics. Right right. Connolly was one of the first two sports stars to spend half his season helping the Celtics win NBA titles in the late fifties on then, All right to spring training and sometimes arrive late Because the Celtics played so late into the season, he'd literally you know, turning his uniform to Red Auerbach and show up in Sarasota for spring training with the Red Sox and start Getting ready to pitch for the upcoming season. I just realized the Red Sox have had at least three Nixon's I always thought they were to rust, Nixon unnoticed. Nixon. I found another Nixon in here. Ah, picture, I think. See, I learned that and none of them were named Tricky Dick. None of them were Republicans, no doubt or whatever. But so this takes us by the way all the way up to How fitting the last player. The last picture is Carl Crawford and Poor Karl had a rough opening season. But listen, he's got six years left, so I'm sure he's gonna Tried desperately to turn it around thing. Spirit of New England returns with Be easy flashback back right here on WBZ. Boston's news radio. W busy lady. Staying connected to everything going on in our neck of the woods can get pretty complicated..

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"red auerbach" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:49 min | 10 months ago

"red auerbach" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Can you integrate exactly where those consequences how they came about and what they're what they're going to look like in 21. I'm not sure. I know all the details on that. But this is the most obvious point is that players especially but everyone around the game has to show remarkable discipline again, but not for 60 games. 162, and that's going to be really hard to do. And the players especially did a tremendous job with that down the stretch last year and they got to the playoffs and they finished October when some people didn't even think we would get to October so The bottom line is no one in the game can be selfish. You're going to have to do what you're told. And you're gonna have to think of your extended family around you the team, so when you come back to the team You know, you got to be really careful with what you did before You joined the rejoined the team in any form, So that's what it's gonna take, and that's why there should be punishment because all the players have to recognize. The importance of following these protocols. Otherwise, we're not going to get through this season. Tim. I know it's February 13th, so it's incredibly early for me to be asking the question, but I have to Do you see the White Sox faring in the central Well, they're the best team in the central and they're going to the playoffs. I'm pretty sure about that. I mean, they were what 35 25. Last year, there were first in American League in Homer's. They were second and run scored at a pretty good pitching staff. And they've upgraded that pitching that Lance Lynn Liam Hendriks. Oh, my goodness. What two great additions to that pitching staff. They've added some additional help in the outfield and I love I love with the White Sox are right now. I think they're going to be perhaps the clear team to be in the central Even though the twins are very good still, But the Indians have taken a step back. So there's really nothing not to like about the White Sox right now and all the clues. Great young players there. Sign for several years, all of them so they can keep this team together for some time. Tim really appreciate the time. Thanks. So much for coming on White Sox weekly. Okay, Connor. Thank you, Kit. Absolutely. That's Tim Kurkjian. Tyler, Do me a favor. Clip that save it. Send it on to everybody here at the station. Will you? Thank you Appreciate it. That's awesome. Tim Kurkjian, ESPN. You know the name. You know the voice and you can read like, he said the story he's gonna have on ESPN dot com coming out on Monday about how baseball and the Players association got to the agreement that they did. 4 2021. There's rules. There's consequences to covert violations..

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"red auerbach" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"red auerbach" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Driving. It's the beginning of August. So naturally, we're going to talk about the Stanley Cup playoffs. That's right. The NHL restart Charted on Saturday qualifying round series for the first time ever. Best five to get impolite through Stanley Cup playoff bracket Montreal matched up against Pittsburgh Game one goes to overtime. Move slowly curling Philip that all just pass right side Gallagher in following up to all the excitement on TSN 6 90 in Montreal. The Canadians now believe that best of five series one also thinking of opening game victory. Carolina over the Rangers in Chicago knocks off admitted in the N B a restart the bubble in Orlando. The Raptor Hammer, the Lakers won 7 92 about T. J. Warren a career high 53 for the Pacers. Indiana knocks up to 61 27 1 21 despite 41 points in 21 board. You're well and be supper's over the Nuggets. Doc Rivers passes Red Auerbach for 11th from the NBA all time wind Swift, Big League baseball Cardinals confirmed. The three staff members of one player tested positive for over 19 virus guards and bruised weekend series in Milwaukee has been postponed. Some scores for you. Dodgers beat the defects 11 to Rocky's over the Padres. Six won the final. Yankees beat Boston and Baltimore in 11 over Tampa Bay 54 Hey, Sagat join us Monday. I have my weekend observations Plus the funniest thing for the sports weekend. That's Monday on Dan Lebatard show. At least we got ESPN radio. On.

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"red auerbach" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"red auerbach" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

"In his opponents. They thought that there was not quick. It's not that he was not fast and nothing could be further from the truth because. Quickness and speed are two different things, but they're also not physical skills. They mentioned skills and the sense of anticipation the sense of figuring out what's next and Larry always new lows nets before anybody else did. Just. What your your mentor, MR, wooden, used to say, be quick, but don't hurry. Nats and the super. Bowl game and decisions and the challenges that we have is to figuring things out and. That was Larry Bird. That was read our back. That was the Boston Celtics. We haven't talked about red and how much fun he made is well ahead. Yours Yours for power. We'll see the floor to you. Don't worry. I didn't hear that Bob Sorry seed the floor to you. Don't worry. Oh read our back I mean this guy. I I had the privilege of eating a ton of guys in this. Read our backwards riding up there at the theories off. The very much like Al. Davis Georgia. Job Done God's. That's all that matters and I will I will take care of everything else. You think of the elements of leadership and read. Every single. Show is. Our GonNA get their worst. GonNa look like when we get there. Never ask anybody to do anything you haven't already done. Are Willing to do yourself. All the team together defined the terms of the conflicts. They can play your games. Do what others chain and won't do. Lead the relentless offensive attack because offense wins and Assumed, that risks failure doubt hesitation on certainty and complete failure. That's always an option anything you're ever going to do and then leader. Red Auerbach. He has to be able to say no, and did he ever say no to be home I gosh. When the leader can say, no as read did. And the team and the players still buying anything is possible, and and then when things go wrong. There's no wrong is still leaders fault and he has responsibility and read that and it was fantastic, but with read things didn't go wrong. Just stopped the game early more or or or the refs were watching a different game with the rest at a flight to catch who knows? CanNot. Can I hit you with one one college thing since you? Obviously, that's what you've been doing over the last however many years I wanna get your take on the name, Image Likeness Ville before we get off and kind of you know these kids that are going to get paid. For these. Endorsements Yup..

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"red auerbach" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"red auerbach" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"I repeat not sound like a good idea to me. It is not sound like they've learned their lesson like their belief is we were good. The problem is just that we didn't like kyri. No. You had some kind of structural flaws with your team, even if guys did like hiree like all that stuff was there and in place and Boston's playing the game. Now we're everything, basically everything has used carries fault. It was all guy. Reads fall, and I do believe a lot of it probably was on kyri. And I do believe a lot of those guys didn't enjoy kyri being there. But, you know, we're talking about car rita's talking about kyri makes you not talk about Gordon Hayward. Easy. This where I think it was Jackie MacMullan attack me by live with career. But I think Jackie MacMullan mentioned this that one of the problems, they had in Boston is that they forced Gordon Hayward back. And so you got these Catholic Tatum Brown, who had done so well, last year without Gordon Hayward and for what it's worth did very well with Kyrie Irving, but Kyrie Irving wouldn't take minutes away from them. And so these cats feel like Gordon Hayward is not playing well enough. He should not be on the floor enders shoehorn them into the lineup. Now, part of that I would assume has to do with the fact that they're paying Gordon Hayward a gazillion dollars in your going to play. If you make that much money and don't think for second that the Celtics when they sign Gordon Hayward didn't consider the possibility that his presence would help them. Still tickets Red Auerbach would have thought of that, just so, you know, anyway, so they're forcing Gordon Hayward into this. It is college coach. Right. So the coach is his college coach that's pushing them through there and who knows what those guys think about Danny aimed at this point. And Danny aimed is pushing this probably also. At least I bet that's what their perception is. How do they go handle that next year? What do you think was worse for morale Carribean a jerk or the other players filling as though, someone who did not deserve minutes was the one who was getting them and it wasn't just minutes who's also like disaster turns? Yes. My Jackie said that they were forcing him the ball to. So if you like for Celtics fans, you know, I'm sorry, but not really sorry if you think you got really your problems by letting Carey walk at town. It ain't no Rieti. Yeah. There's a reason why Horford one in our that, that to me is the most stinging indictment and understand apparently Horford. Horford's gonna get an offer that the Celtics are unwilling to match, but I mean, what are they talking about Dallas Horford?.

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"red auerbach" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"red auerbach" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Golf. Rachel Lindsay is not with us. He's emotions here in spirit. So Taylor, Steve Kerr's legacy. And, you know, we get into legacy talk and all the fallout after team loses in the NBA championship round. We know the next year is going to look, a lot different for the Golden State Warriors. No klay. No, Kevin Durant for next year if they have Kevin Durant at all going forward. This thing this thing is winding down, and no matter what remind or Steph says they have to have that ego. They have to have that, that kind of confidence to be to be at that level into to play at the level that they play at to, to make sure that they are under termed going into their, their their, their off-season where they have to get ready for another season and also have to show a lot more of the low than they've, they probably thought they would we could go or so. But Steve Kerr and all this, this is the second time now you know in five championships championship runs. Steve Kerr, you, can you can argue has been outcoached Tilahun did it in two thousand sixteen. I still think Tyron Lou gets enough credit for the coaching doesn't that he managed in the two thousand sixteen NBA finals, this year is more. There's more slack. There's more leeway in terms of the blame that you throw on Steve Kerr because. Yeah, no, Kevin Durant for all. But what twelve minutes of the series Klay Thompson was injured? A couple of different times during the series DeMarcus cousins. Was a shell of himself. Let's face it. He had one and a half really good games. And then after that, you know, three poor showings, it was all on Steph curry, it was all on guys like I'll so McKinney and kevon looney and quaint cook and Shaun Livingston. Andrea dolla guys that you did not think they would be counting on the top eight of their rotation. So it's not a lot, you could put on Steve Kerr. But if you want to the way, he handled some of the things in terms of the announcements of the injuries, especially after game five where he you know, he said that he thought that they would not going to be any worse than they were guys couldn't get any more hurt than they were in a former player. I'm I'm hearing say that thinking, man, you played Steve like you can't believe some things that are coming out of your mouth. Def yeah he doubled down with some of the anger, or some of these stride and talk the day after as well Taylor. What will you be saying about Steve Kerr when this run is over? I don't know that honestly I don't because there's part of me that wants to say. Well, you know, he put it together where maybe Mark Jackson couldn't even though I think Mark Jackson is unfairly criticized. If there's if that's a lack of a phrase for, you know what I'm saying? Foundation was laid the foundation. I'm not sure he was allowed to he wasn't. He wasn't allowed to see it through. So who's to say he might not have done it, but I see where I'm with you on this is that he's been coached in two of the series. Now, this year is a little difficult for me to say he was because he had no Kevin Durant on the other hand, I would say, isn't that where a coach in the NBA may be more. Influential in how does that wear when you have Kevin Durant? What are you really doing? I mean not to downplay coaching but what are you really doing if you're Steve Kerr in the NBA finals, if everyone's healthy, you're not you're just goes? Yeah. At that point. Right talent. It's hard to mess up. I actually believe his legacy will be will be determined more by what he does this season, coming up because Kevin Durant will not be on that floor. Klay Thompson will not be on that floor for good amount of time if they've resigned, it's going to be on show. Yeah. And if they put together a roster right put together a little bit more complete roster at best of their ability with obviously, the luxury tax in the situation, what's going on, because obviously, you're going to give to max players, Kevin Durant states. But he's not going to I think this, I think it's like he's actually influx soda speak based on the this season coming up because I think if they have a successful season, one, I think if they even make the playoffs and Klay Thompson, does even by that's an accomplishment in itself. Then I think you're going to say Steve Kerr, his legacies and more of a positive light than it is after the two NBA finals. We got out. Coached by Tyron Lou. And then obviously this one here. I'm not totally sure I don't think Steve Kerr's, one of the greatest NBA coaches. If you're asking me right now, top my head, I don't think of it that way. I just don't number of titles one. All time Phil Jackson with eleven. You know obviously got the six titles with the with the bulls. And then he's got the five with the late show. Red Auerbach with nine John cooed LA with five to Pat Riley with five four with the Lakers, one with the Miami Heat. No, six Gregg Popovich has five spanning the course of fifteen sixteen years sif car as three and then you get Chuck Daly with the two and Tommy Heinsohn with two red wholesome with two Casey Jones with two Rudy Tomjanovich, too. So he has separated himself in that third tier of guys aren't Phil Jackson Red Auerbach, but guys who aren't Chuck Daly, time heights? And some of these other guys who only have two so he is he's in that middle. Tier of all time greats. When we talk about NBA head coaches in the compliments now all these teams and all these coaches had players feel had shaggy Kobe before that Jordan Pippen, and then Robin at the end there, right Red Auerbach head. John have check and all these guys and Bill Russell and dudes with no free agency was allowed. So when you had guys you had them for very, very long time, and then Oscar Robertson, of course, helps provide a way for players to, you know, chart there to win only three of the five with this amount of talent. I actually think that hurt Steve card. It should be four out of five obviously. Right. When you up three to one in the most monumental downfall, most monumental choke job in all of NBA playoff NBA finals history. It should be four five. If it is for five are we talking, are you are you telling twelve and talking about him in a different in a different science? Okay. Yes, I am. Because because the name Judas mentioned the, the all time greats. Pat Riley Red Auerbach, Phil Jackson, not losing that series of your three one. They're not great. Popovich is losing that series. So when you look at that and I'm not trying to downplay what Tyron Lou did. I do think Tyron Lou actually, I'll coach Steve Kerr, but that's kind of where I'm getting at I think Steve Kerr's four out of five or five five right now. It's, it's an exponentially different conversation, but he's not. And I think that has shown itself this year's the only one with an astronaut because of the injuries, but then I do think there's a good argument to be had well that's where the coach has impact to only certain extent, I think Nick nurse was fearless the way he coached. I think the way he got after I think the way he'll he needed to be in order for the rafters to beat the warriors, but I think Steve Kerr's legacies completely different if we're talking at least four out of five right now because then you could make the argument well the injuries this year fine, who would have done that. But the fact that it's three out of five and the way it ended with the sound bites in an ex player and what he's saying that's where it throws a little bit in flux for me. And I think his legacy could be more positive after the end of next year depending. On what he does with that Rosser. That's given to them and his two losses. He lost to first time at coaches as well. Tyron Lou now it's a great nugget. Speaking of Nick nurse Kendrick Perkins had this to say on the jump. Nick knows win scared it all he did things that we haven't seen in a long ever he went boxing was, and he still to what he believed. And you gotta give him credit as a first year coach. I thought he made a just miss at the Justice down to, to Milwaukee, he come back. He make adjustments. They win the series. I can't give enough credit him and his coaches staff men, and they were really great. And they played a major in this. We'll continue to talk about this, and you.

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"red auerbach" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"red auerbach" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"He's Waddle and Silvy on ESPN truecar would is getting quite Leonard for one year and then him and you next year. What is it that you eight will get you a bit? United. He's. It's no good. History. History. NBA champions. City province. Country celebrates the NBA championship as to north. Incredible. What happened last night? They never thought it was possible. Big fat. Nothing is what I said, the raptors would get. I understood the logically Carmen was talking about. You're the number one see that was going nowhere. Coury was considered a guy was choking in the postseason Dhamar Rosen was very good player. But he wasn't a superstar so you wanted to shake it up. I just felt that coli Leonard did not play for Gregg Popovich, one of the greatest all time coaches, you have Red Auerbach. You have Phil Jackson and you have Gregg Popovich, those are considered your three best coaches in NBA history. And here's this modern day guy who just molds talent and make some fed makes them all fit and developed skies and is forward thinking and here comes out of San Diego State, and he develops into this NBA finals MVP. They beat the heat and everyone's like, yeah, collides really good. But still, I mean, he's not a top five player at that point. And then all of a sudden, just like we had the debate here with D rose quite got a quad. He doesn't wanna play for pop doesn't wanna play sits out wants to be traded tells all teams. I'm going L A. Don't trade for me trade me, LA, only ally, not going to your team. Toronto says, I don't care we're going to trade Tamar Rosen, and we're gonna get quiet Leonard. And I thought sitting there on I take that was from I take last year. I'm like geez. Not only can you not win the title, because the warriors are going to win the title and the Celtics are really good. And there are other teams you're not gonna win. He's already told you, he's leaving Sylvia. What are you referring to referring to.

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"red auerbach" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"red auerbach" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Academic experience. Anyway, if you wanna go to college and have a college experience before you go to the NBA all four, but you're not gonna finish school. Anyway, if you're a one and done, you're always going back to school. So whatever path, you want to take to get there on fine with, then he comes from a family that believes in education, so I'm sure he will finish it, eventually when he's done playing finally Shaquille O'Neal played in six NBA finals during his nineteen year career in six different teams and he had a lot of teammates along the way. But there's pretty interesting streak that shack is going on here, and it's been continued by Danny green thirty six straight NBA finals have featured players who are once shacks teammates crazy, going back to nineteen Eighty-four until most recently Danny green list is really incredible. It's kind of bizarre while we were talking about this yesterday. It's five men in this league had been involved in eighty per seven percent of the final since the sixties Red Auerbach. Phil Jackson, Pat. Riley, Gregg Popovich. And Steve Kerr had been an eighty seven percent of the last sixty two finals. It is amazing. It's like any industry. You go to Silicon Valley, there's price six investors that are tied almost every one of these companies. That's just the way the world works is really bizarre. It is. It's great list, good stuff during the news. Well, that's the news. Thanks for stopping by heard lie. Coach of the raptors Nick nurse around the corner. That's coming up, be sure to catch live. Additions of the heard weekdays at noon eastern, nine AM Pacific on Fox Sports radio affects one and the iheartradio app..

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"red auerbach" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"red auerbach" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Yeah. I think he played one eleven last year. I think you'd like maybe a hundred and twenty five out of them this year. Hopefully stays healthy. What you wanna third catcher? Is that what you're saying? Yes. Because I want this guy's got to stay healthy all year. And you know, you just know he's gonna pull his record is that he's going to die. That's what I mean. Yeah. It's tracker. Course feels pretty good this year. I've asked him about that a lot during spring training and then the beginning of the season. But he he feels pretty good. I think he's smart enough. I think to raise his hand if he if he needs a blow for a day, and and I think they'll, you know, they'll they'll give them that to as well, but they know they need to keep him healthy. He's an important part of that lineup, and you know, sending where he sits on the spot or even sometimes six five he's he's done a great job so far. And maybe it's because I'm gonna fight mood with the city of Philadelphia. I'll watch my guy Jared Dudley. Go after Joel Embiid Jimmy Butler taking cheap shots. With the Sixers tonight with the Sixers, maybe that's on my mind. And why I'm saying this? But when Jeff McNeil gets hit by a pitch and p Alonzo gets hit by a pitch and another was on purpose. I'll be the first to tell you guys keep getting hit by pitches. Sometimes teams feel the need to do something a team. Yes will Zack Wheeler do something about that tonight Zack's before? So I wouldn't be surprised. That's you know, the rice Harper. No, no, not price Reese Hoskins. Bryce might get himself thrown out of the game. Anyway. Homerun like every time it comes to. Right. Just see what Sutcliffe had to say about that too. Not not settling. I'm sorry. Oh, yeah. Definitely. Yeah. That was dissension. That's good scolding. I thought what he's right now. He's absolutely. You can't you can't do that. But listen to act Zach is done that before he's delivered on that before. So what it'd be listened to last? I what is it the last three games? They've had somebody hit the lion and last night. So I think they're a little tired of that. Yeah. And like, I said, I don't think it's been purposeful. But the return the favor show TV's blaring with fights tonight. I'm going to have. Judge Jaran w spirit of on the ground. Why Mueller plunking Bryce the have a better I wanted to concentrate your nets winning a game theory. I understand that I want that who by the way the Celtics swept now who. Walkie on he played Milwaukee. Walk you like that. Last year last year before knows got there before Jaanus became in my opinion. I think it's official now these best player in the NBA. I'm sorry. Number one. Now, he's passed everybody with all due respect to Kevin Durant. Lebron james. John. Komo's best player in the NBA. I'm not gonna fly John last year seven game series between the Celtics and bucks. Now, you gotta healthy kyri. You've got a competent coach in Milwaukee. Let's go there. They're playing well. A little bit different team right now be a Hayward is as injected themselves back into. Yes, he's he's come around. It's taking a long time. But he's come around and they're playing well now. But I mean, I I did watch what Milwaukee did the Detroit which was basically dismember them. Don't you miss the days? Tell me I know you have to don't you miss the days of like, Kevin McHale clothes lining, Kurt Rambis. Seriously. Ecorse. Ejected for it. Yes. Seriously. You're an old school guy. Like me. Come on Bill Laimbeer and tree Rollins fighting each other. I mean, come on. Red Auerbach ever going to the officials lock on kicking the door. To do that only did was like one hundred degrees in Boston. Let's shut the let's shut the off into the opposing exactly. That's what he would only go out with. Got how much good night stand guy? Intellectually, honest guy bucks and how many five six. No, I think that's going to be long. I think it's going six or seven do. I do I think the Celtics play wells. But I I like Milwaukee to win. But I think it's gonna go along and two the Sixers close my team out tonight. Yes. I can eat some close game or your a blowout game. Now. I think it'll be close. I think it'll be close game. So they'll tease me again, you're saying that's fantastic. Thank you, Eddie. Just a brilliant brilliant job as usual. Great great. Mets keep it going tonight. We hope so it stay helping. All right. Eddie. Eddie is.

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"red auerbach" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"red auerbach" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Well, if Bradley Beal makes all in the a which it's a real rate. You know, I don't know how the voting is gonna go. You know, he's on a team that's out of the playoffs. But they've had major injuries. And they traded away. One of their best players the deadline porter and Bradley Beal's than one of the best players in the league for the last two and a half months. If he makes all the a Bradley Beal is eligible for four year two hundred million dollar extension and the wizards I believe will offer it. And so again, you know, we have to wait and see. But if that happens, you can take him off the board to now that that's what's lesser gaming Lillard as a shoo in for all India, Bradley Beal is not necessarily, but he could be off the board as well. You know, you could ask the question. Do the wizards really wanna pay Grassley Beal an John wall four hundred fifty million dollars. What their commitment would be that those players, you know, that's a different scenario. But I don't think that's a guarantee there. I'm gonna tell you. I'm not so sure that the Laker should be thinking stars. If I'm the Lakers. I. I might be thinking about how I can use my salary cap space to get pieces that fit around LeBron they need shooting shooting shooting. They need to. Just because they get you know, if they if they train offended traded for Bradley. He doesn't get all the doesn't extended. They make some sort of deal for Bradley deal. That's a nice team. They're going to be a playoff team. They're going to be fun to watch every night. But that's not a championship contender this team. This team, you know, the coaches situation because spend the next five days talking about what coach might take the job this week, Walt. This fires. I don't care if you bring Red Auerbach John wooden back from the of the debt you give them the roster. They got right now. The team has no chance. The most important thing is fixing the roster to this to this team. Brian thirty seconds. Do you think that the Lakers will do what you just suggested? And do that one eighty and talk about flushing out the roster with those players that you described or do they go big game hunting and try to do it. Like they did this year. The one thing that I can say about the Lakers. Magic Johnson is that he believes Lakers exceptionalism when he was questioned about the way this roster is put together a few months ago. He said. I'm Magic Johnson. You are Magic Johnson. You're one of the most impressive human beings ever been involved at Los Angeles. I absolutely believe that that gets you nothing that gets you nothing when it comes to building a basketball team. The first thing that they have to do is be humbled..

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"red auerbach" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"red auerbach" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Few hours ago brought to our attention. And and I have a piece of copy, I'll just take a second or so. And then we get right back to the phones. I do want to read this ten year old boy Wednesday science fair by questioning if Tom Brady is a cheater Deflategate is under investigation again by a ten year old quarterback. Let me just read a line or two here. And then again right back to I think this is great. Science fairs are a right of passage in elementary school and one clever. Ten-year-old just won his by asking the question on so many Americans minds is Tom Brady. A cheater as Davis for mill creek elementary in Lexington Kentucky. He focused is project on deflate gate telling NFL draft diamonds dot com how the Super Bowl winning quarterback inspired it. I hate Tom Brady as said he's been accused of cheating before I want him to be caught and steadier old. What is science fair by and the whole premise questioning if Tom Brady is a cheater. And of course, what the ten year old knows we all know, one eight seven seven three three seven six six six six, Donna. Pulled is calling for Milford. Connecticut. Thomas here, you're. Donald you're on the fan of New York City. Oh, thank you, Richard. I mean, wait a minute. No. No. No. No. No. No. I'm sorry. You know, I was gonna talk about Tom Brady and go Bella cheating and how yes go ahead. Take your time. No. But then I must take some umbrage while I was on hold. You unsolicited trashing of Red Auerbach? Yes. Avonex which I think by the way, he he's he was worse than Bella chat. Your comments about his cigar seem to come from a place of jealousy. Let me say. As a knick fan. You should not even be allowed to say the name Red Auerbach and first of all as disliked and hated and well before a Belva cheat. The Boston media anybody sees does anybody get along with the Boston media. Did he I'm sure he did anybody know nobody does. So let the Boston media. And I can't recall did that Boston media hate read our back. Well, you're saying that he wasn't very he wasn't like he was by the entire country. I mean outside outside of Boston. Nobody liked read our back 'cause he won a lot. He that's part of it. Also. And I was trying to say Russell when he was playing never was an order wouldn't give autographs wouldn't talk to. I know that the media did right? Russell Russell had a reason to be guarded. Russell had a was an activist number one one read was. Yeah. Go ahead ho that's his that's his player. So of course, he's gonna react in also in the protection, you know, man. Yeah. And and and be smug also. Well, a craving ruining Mohammed Ali Kareem Abdul back in the in the sixties. I mean, listen, I mean, there was an all the after put things in perspective Russell with a heart and a mind to die for and nobody has an argument. I certainly don't with him. But he was guarded. And there were media types who just didn't get it didn't understand where Russell was coming from at a time in the nineteen sixties when very few black athletes spoke out and were upset with the way things were that's for. Sure. I mean, the willing Willie Mays didn't speak out, but the Mohammed ALI'S dead. Russell was certainly an activist. But Russell again, a victim growing up and playing ball was a victim of racism on more than one occasion. So you could understand. And the garden as but as a great player certainly everybody recognize that so rooting for the patriots. You would say is like going to the casino and rooting for the blackjack dealer. You're exactly right. Yes. Right. Isn't that fun or rooting for gargle to eat the Smurfs, you know, something along that line? I want you to repeat the two words after me, can you repeat here are the two words. I want you to say are you ready? I'm ready instead assignment. Okay. Here are the two words you're all set. Go rams. That's right, go..

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"red auerbach" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"red auerbach" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"I'm not even sure how do you know, how many coaches go their entire career coach team fifteen twenty years? Never coach Aaron Rodgers who wants to coach those numbers this year you better coach guy to got his four and a half to touchdown interception. You medical guy like that? Who went six nine and one interesting. Well, good luck. I'm glad you. So you have to win every yet. So you're not gonna tell you know, what happened Tom Brady has made it unfair for a lot of people because everybody thinks that's normal. That's not normal. Thank you. Yeah. I was gonna thank you not know. That is correct. He has shattered the mold at forty the patriots have shouted the mole code metal ticket. Do an unbelievable job. The only man the day. He retires going straight to can gonna wait five years. Quarterback. Way. They gotta put a separate wing up for Tom Brady. He should have his whole wing by him. So now, let's wait a little longer to talk about those two unless about LeBron me back anytime soon because Shannon question what am I aim with you? You'd be lost. When chris. Be Lakers played without LeBron for the eighth straight game last night. But at least they had Kyle coups mice scored a career high forty one points, including five threes in the Lakers win against the pistons. Kuzma, also did it in three quarters since he sat out in the fourth LA is now three and five without LeBron and the king will not travel with the team to Utah for their game against the jazz tomorrow, but back to Ma here he is after the game. Struggling with it all year and not just tied to stay consistent in my work ethic and be in a gym keeps shooting in. I know it's going to come. We got a lot of playmakers. We've got a lot of guys that play basketball team in. Thank you. Thank you. Join my NBA analyst Christopher sardine could have you with us. So is the glass half full or half empty with the Lakers right now. And we're saying without LeBron. Yes, I'm half full on it is hard to adjust a plane without LeBron James. We saw Cleveland teenage gone to four straight finals a team that hey, perennial all-stars, and Kyrie Irving and Kevin love go four and twenty three without LeBron because he becomes a crutch. He he does so much. You used to him. Do it so much that you don't you? Come to your crutch, let the fact that this young team without not only LeBron. But also raising our Rondo has gone three and five that's nothing to shout about. But they won their last two. I like what I see from this team. And it tells me one that they have high basketball, I q because they've adjusted pretty quickly to play without LeBron to that. They have the. The utmost confidence, especially Kouzmin, and I love that that his confidence. I mean, the bounceback from a four twenty shooting game thirteen points to have your career high in three quarters like, and he was going to give Blake Griffin guy that he probably watched certainly watched growing up, you know, thinking, wow, that's one of the best power forwards in the world. So that and then the third thing it tells me, look, Luke Walton is a good coach. I'm not saying these Red Auerbach or anything, but he's a good coach. I don't think his job status should be in jeopardy. You know, now, we'll see how it goes in the playoffs and everything, but I think Luke is a good coach. I think he's running good stuff without LeBron and win LeBron's there. He adjusts. So I feel like it's half. I think their biggest problem without LeBron is here with Lonzo and Ingram stain aggressive. And that's a mental thing. I think lonzo's forty one percent free throw shooting is.

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"red auerbach" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"red auerbach" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"But could you present a case in a courtroom that would allow Trevor Lawrence to go to the NFL early? No, it would never get through courtroom. Maurice? Chlorine was the last one to try this. This is all sort of federation. I trust law there. There's a it's it's from the collective bargaining agreement. This issue was collectively bargained between the players association, and and the NFL. So it's a it's a special exception to federal antitrust law. And so you what's always been really interesting to meet, Dan is sort of this idea that people say, well, you know, you can go pro in the NBA outta high school because you know, players physically can do it. They can't do it the NFL they'd get killed. Well, that's first of all not the reason that there's three year rule years and years ago back when the NFL was just getting started the NC double A put in a rule that if you worked in any capacity and professional sports, you were no longer eligible to work in college sports. So if you were official in you rest a game in professionally you could no longer work in college. Dj if you were, you know, an administering anything coach and worked professionally you could no longer work in college. So the NFL basically came to the NC double A, which was ten twenty times bigger knee NFL was a fledgling league the NFL at the time. They came on Bendini and said, listen, don't do this. You'll kill us. We'll never get off the ground will leave your players alone until they graduate. How about that? And that's where the four-year-old came in. Now. You know, why it's three now. No. The US F L in nineteen eighty four. The USFL started drafting juniors and they were taking the NFL's talent away. And so the NFL had a really couldn't breath until the Bill for years till they graduate. And so that's when the NFL changed the rule, and like I heard you guys talking about foreign Tiki, right? If the NFL had the opportunity, I think it'd be just a basketball if the NFL had the opportunity to draft good talent when it was younger. They do it just to get it. If you could draft Trevor Lawrence right now, you'd wait on them because he he'd be worth it given given Bryant's of that the NFL has on quarterback clay. And so you'd have the same thing now. And I heard that Chris Hackett birthing you'd make mistakes NFL makes plenty of mistakes in the draft. They make just as many mistakes as the NBA does. And they have five years to look at these players. It's not an exact science in any sports. But but that's all that's all the the the draft eligibility. Rules, are it's three years because of a historic precedent. But that has lasted and. That started at for and went to three because of USFL, and it was all business that nothing to do with whether they could compete or west fair. What's American-run American nothing to do with that basketball is a totally different history. And that's why they're rule is totally different. But David Robinson get paid. When he was drafted nineteen eighty-seven. I believe he sat for two years was he getting paid by the Spurs. I don't I don't know. Because he was he was in the navy at the time. So there were no amateurs of issues there. So I don't know the answer to that. I do know that the rules were different than seventy nine seventy eight one when when Red Auerbach's drafted Larry Bird when he was a junior nineteen seventy eight there. Nobody had thought of that more. And there was no rule expensive. So Larry Bird did not get any money. They just held his nineteen seventy nine with us the senior he didn't get any money. There was nothing put in trust. It was just it was just Boston held his rights and people there were some criticism of Red Auerbach at the time saying that what are you doing? I mean, you're wasting a whole year. And he basically said, you know, little time of year is when you're talking about a great player. He's this is gonna this is gonna benefit. And that's when when Larry Bird came in and read our back outsmart at the system, the NBA changed the rule that.

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"red auerbach" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"red auerbach" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"But could you present a case in a courtroom that would allow Trevor Lawrence to go to the NFL early? No, it would never get through courtroom. Maurice? Chlorine was the last one to try this. This is all sort of federation. I trust law there. There's a it's it's from the collective bargaining agreement. This issue was collectively bargained between the players association, and and the NFL. So it's a it's a special exception to federal antitrust law. And so you what's always been really interesting to meet, Dan is sort of this idea that people say, well, you know, you can go pro in the NBA outta high school because you know, players physically can do it. They can't do it the NFL they'd get killed. Well, that's first of all not the reason that there's three year rule years and years ago back when the NFL was just getting started the NC double A put in a rule that if you worked in any capacity and professional sports, you were no longer eligible to work in college sports. So if you were official in you rest a game in professionally you could no longer work in college. Dj if you were, you know, an administering anything coach and worked professionally you could no longer work in college. So the NFL basically came to the NC double A, which was ten twenty times bigger knee NFL was a fledgling league the NFL at the time. They came on Bendini and said, listen, don't do this. You'll kill us. We'll never get off the ground will leave your players alone until they graduate. How about that? And that's where the four-year-old came in. Now. You know, why it's three now. No. The US F L in nineteen eighty four. The USFL started drafting juniors and they were taking the NFL's talent away. And so the NFL had a really couldn't breath until the Bill for years till they graduate. And so that's when the NFL changed the rule, and like I heard you guys talking about foreign Tiki, right? If the NFL had the opportunity, I think it'd be just a basketball if the NFL had the opportunity to draft good talent when it was younger. They do it just to get it. If you could draft Trevor Lawrence right now, you'd wait on them because he he'd be worth it given given Bryant's of that the NFL has on quarterback clay. And so you'd have the same thing now. And I heard that Chris Hackett birthing you'd make mistakes NFL makes plenty of mistakes in the draft. They make just as many mistakes as the NBA does. And they have five years to look at these players. It's not an exact science in any sports. But but that's all that's all the the the draft eligibility. Rules, are it's three years because of a historic precedent. But that has lasted and. That started at for and went to three because of USFL, and it was all business that nothing to do with whether they could compete or west fair. What's American-run American nothing to do with that basketball is a totally different history. And that's why they're rule is totally different. But David Robinson get paid. When he was drafted nineteen eighty-seven. I believe he sat for two years was he getting paid by the Spurs. I don't I don't know. Because he was he was in the navy at the time. So there were no amateurs of issues there. So I don't know the answer to that. I do know that the rules were different than seventy nine seventy eight one when when Red Auerbach's drafted Larry Bird when he was a junior nineteen seventy eight there. Nobody had thought of that more. And there was no rule expensive. So Larry Bird did not get any money. They just held his nineteen seventy nine with us the senior he didn't get any money. There was nothing put in trust. It was just it was just Boston held his rights and people there were some criticism of Red Auerbach at the time saying that what are you doing? I mean, you're wasting a whole year. And he basically said, you know, little time of year is when you're talking about a great player. He's this is gonna this is gonna benefit. And that's when when Larry Bird came in and read our back outsmart at the system, the NBA changed the rule that.

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"red auerbach" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"red auerbach" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd. Do you spell your name, Mike Red Auerbach last name is spelled like, right? Our back. My dad actually knew. Oh, wow. Wow. I tell you that was one time. I'm really admired. Listen. You talked to many mediums and the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out here. A church of the author dots mediums or a first church of the world's mediums. They they all operate on an individual basis, and if they were delivering a good product that that's the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together dental organize set up on Dacians and do like churches. Do they'll have schools all kinds of things that help society? But every time I hear a navy. It'll come on your show, and they appear about this to one compared to pre cures. They're talking about having somebody call them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy, and you're looking for a group that has actually looking into and investigating a group? But if done absolutely nothing. Well, first of all I want to say that the world has also done very little mediums psychics for that matter. There's a great bias against them. But that aside, and I can't regret to them making a living because people have to make a living even creatures ministers get paid. And of course, televangelist get paid. Really? Well. So there are mediums that have gotten together with the forever family foundation has mediums listed on our website. They've gone through a third they've gone through certification process and to keep their certification. They must volunteer. Their time for this nonprofit organization, all volunteer organization. The mediums who work with with the wind bridge research center have gone through a very lengthy process to show that they can do their thing on the phone at a distance under incredibly controlled conditions, and they've all interior for research for scientific research, and they are giving back in that way. They do not charge for that sort of thing. What I would love to see. The frankly is every medium and psychic in the world, actually at least talking up support for the study of their abilities. But unfortunately, not all people who have abilities are curious about them. We find that the ones who've come to win bridge into the forever family foundation, are certainly very curious about their abilities. They have as much curiosity about the science behind it as anything else. They wonder how they tick nonetheless, psychics are like that, unfortunately. So there's a performer psychology that's involved here to next up. Linda's in Illinois. Hi, Linda, go ahead. Hey, George, I wanna wish you and your.

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"red auerbach" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"red auerbach" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"What do you think's going on with him? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't people don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house entire house lighting up as the experience an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousnesses let alone say that it can definitely survive the death of the body that this may be an individual proof peace for everybody. But they certainly are enough of those. And and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychotic and is also probably the state in which we have more free cognition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seem to think they have a model that they've developed that precondition explains all of the SP not just just peacock nation. It actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, Chicago dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Well, let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's back with us. Michael, jordan. Georgia. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd. Do you spell your name like Red Auerbach the last name is spelled like, right? Our back. My dad actually knew. Oh, wow. Wow. I tell you that was one guy. I'm really admired. Listen. We'll talk to spend the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out. Here a shirt, the author dot mediums or a first church of the world's mediums. They they all operate on an individual basis. And. If they were delivering a good product that that the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together dental organize set up around Dacians and churches, do they'll have schools all kinds of things that help society. But every time I hear a need. He'll come on your show, and they appeared about this to one compared to precursors. They're talking about having somebody call them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy, and you're looking for a group that has actually looking into and investigating group, but has done absolutely nothing. Well, first of all I want to say that the world has also done very little mediums psychics for that matter. There's a great bias against them. But that aside, and and I can't regret them making a living because people have to make a living even preachers ministers. Get paid. And of course, televangelist get paid. Really? Well. So there are Deums that have gotten together the forever family foundation has mediums listed on our website. They've gone through a third they've gone through certification process and to keep their certification. They must volunteer. Their time for this nonprofit organization, all volunteer organization. The mediums who work with with the wind bridge research center have gone through a very lengthy process to show that they can do their thing on the phone at a distance under incredibly controlled conditions, and they've all interior for research for scientific research, and they are giving back in that way. They do not charge for that sort of thing. What I would love to see. Frankly is every medium and psychic in the world, actually at least talking up support for the study of their abilities. But unfortunately, not all people who have abilities are curious about them. We find that the ones who've come to win bridge, and to the forever family foundation are certainly very curious about their abilities..

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"red auerbach" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

08:32 min | 3 years ago

"red auerbach" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Of it. And I mean, if it's like the next room, that's not terribly remote. So it's an experiment or an application where the target that is being looked at. And once they looked at it's not just visual information. It can be auditory. It can be other kinds of information that the viewer might pick up on. And they're just pulling that information somehow out of psychically from that location. There's uring in on that specific location and bringing it back. All right. Let's go to some of our calls. Let's start by going to Randy in Dickinson, North Dakota. Welcome to the program. Hi, randy. Well, hi, George end of Mr. Bob. Thank you for taking my call. Very welcome. I have a story that I just outlined for Tom. And I'll tell you what it is and get Mr. ibox to comment on it. But like tell you the story, and then give you my reasoning as to why I believe that that this process of survival. Rationally approached you know, we're not using the same standards that we use when we of you do experiments on nuclear celebrate or anything like that. But I the story I lost my father many years ago, he passed away, and as Mr. mentioned in up read, psychic researchers talk about that one or two or three day period after someone passes away where there is more likely attention than than long long after that. Sure enough within within a couple of days, and it was late at night the entire house lit up. And I I was up I gotten up actually I was going through the house to host on try to catch Ted Koppel's Nightline. We'll before I even turned on any lights the entire house lit up. Well, I turned around normal reaction and as soon as I turned around completely dark again. So I started reality testing looking out the window. Car shined bright lights, which was impossible because. That didn't they can't do that. And they can't shine a light through the curtains. Well, I started looking around every window to trying to find some normal explanation. And and there's simply wasn't one. So. I've already told you people, but that that changes tonight, you know, it's big-time. But but here's here's the thing. Here's my thinking on it. I studied a great deal of science. And I'd read a book by Horace Westwood called. There's a psychic world he was an investigator back in the twenties and thirties, and it taught me to to be very careful in thinking about something like this. So what I did. And this is this is the the take on it. But I'm injured. I I looked every conceivable possible so-called normal explanation. You know aliens playing tricks on me? Just to rule rule things out. Exactly, the the electric company decided to, you know, do some some experiment or something. Yeah. Just at the right time, you know, somehow lit up the house or your guest mentioned, a vile photons, you know, somehow the grief process in me caused my body to emit a bunch of photons lit up you say each one of these silly, okay? They're just on the face. They're silly. And there's no evidence for them. And so when you as as Colin Doyle. Told us his character. Sherlock, Holmes eliminates the impossible. What's with must be the truth? Here's the thing. My father when I was growing up. My father told me about stunts things that had happened to him going up in rural Kentucky where occasionally late at night. Your health lit up. There were you could be the magnet. Yes. Yes. Well, it may be that we only we'll get confirmation on something like survival on an individual basis, Lloyd, let's get your take on this. What do you think she's going on with him? Well, you know, I I want to say that there are some cases on record. And the Ryan center has been collecting some over the years of at the moment or right after someone's death. There's a physical thing that happens. They don't speak. Don't see the apparition or there's no voice or anything like that. But there's something physical that connects right back to the person who died so the experience, although I haven't heard of the house entire house lighting up as the experience an experience like this. But this is not an unexpected experience. Let's put it that way. And it really is that I think you're right that it's an individual thing that, unfortunately, because we can't even at this point figure out what consciousnesses let alone say that it can definitely survived it after the body that this may be an individual proof peace for everybody. But they certainly are enough of those and coupled with the evidence for psychic phenomena in general that support the concept that we are more than we think we are that science tells us we are at this point, Lloyd, what do you think of pre cognitive dreams? Well, that's probably the most common kind of dream that is psychic and is also probably the state in which we have more precondition than any other. So the dream state is one in which our biases are normal biases in defense. Mechanisms are down anything can happen in a dream. So psychic information can come through a little bit stronger. And some of my colleagues seem to think they have a model that they've developed the precondition mission explains all of ESP. Not just just recognition it actually relates to telepathy and everything else. So from that perspective, pre cognitive dreams may be one form of the only form of ESP. Well, let's go to Virginia Beach Virginia. Michael's back with us. I'm michael. Hi, george. Thank you so much for having Lloyd on Lloyd. Do you spell your name like Red Auerbach last name is spelled like, right? Our back. My dad actually knew him. Oh, wow. Wow. I I tell you that was one guy. I'm really admired. Listen. You've talked to many medium spend the ones that you consider to be the best. Unfortunately, we don't have out here. A sure the author dots mediums or a first church of the world's mediums. They they all operate on an individual basis, and if they were delivering a good product that that's the rest of the world should know about you would think they would get together again organiz setup Dacians and do like churches. Do they'll hospitals schools all kinds of things that help society? But every time I hear a navien come on your show, and they appeared about fifty to one compared to creek yours. They're talking about having somebody call them go to their website. So that they can make a buck. So I'm wondering you as a scientist. Why would you put so much of your time and energy? And you're looking for a group that is actually I mean looking into and investigating group that has done absolutely nothing for the world. Well, first of all I want to say that the world has also done. That's very little for mediums psychics for that matter. There's a great bias against them. But that aside, and I can't begrudge them making a living because people have to make a living even preachers ministers. Get paid. And of course, televangelist get paid. Really? Well. So there are beatings that have gotten together with the forever family foundation has mediums listed on our website. They've gone through a thirty day gone through certification process and to keep their certification. They must volunteer. Their time. Time for this nonprofit organization, all volunteer organization. The mediums who work with the with the wind bridge research center have gone through a very lengthy process to.

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