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MLB to end 70-year partnership with Topps trading cards
"In nineteen fifty one New York Yankees catcher yogi Berra was the American league's Most Valuable Player fellow catcher Roy Campanella of the Brooklyn Dodgers was the NL MVP and New York Giants outfielder Willie Mays was a National League rookie of the year that was a year tops got the license to make baseball cards for the major leagues those decades of kids trying to chew that hard stick a bubble gum while flipping through the cards are nor in all the who is he to get to the Reggie Jackson's George Brett's or Barry Bonds are coming to an end the company yet to be named as being formed by the sports merchandising company fanatics it will become the exclusive licensee for baseball cards once the current deals with the MLB and players union expire I'm timid wire
George Leads Clippers Over Paul and Suns, 106-92 in Game 3
"The clippers are within two games to one of Phoenix after Paul George scored twenty seven points in there one oh six ninety two win over the sons George also had fifteen rebounds and eight assists to help L. A. win without Kawhi Leonard who remained out with a sprained knee Reggie Jackson added twenty three points for the clippers who took control with the biggest run of the game at twenty one three sport that left him leading seventy one fifty six in the third Suns guard Chris Paul made his series debut after coming out of curve eight nineteen protocol finishing with fifteen points and twelve assists game four is Saturday in Los Angeles on the ferry
"reggie jackson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"On the bench as Reggie Jackson pulls up and hits an 18 ft. Shot from the left side of the floor. It's 59 6 56. Justin away here in the third quarter campaign up court gives it to 18 at the left elbow eight and surveying, looking for Booker gets it to him. Booker goes into the corner. Crowder pump fix on the three lets it fly and connects from deep You can see the attention that Devin Booker is commanding two guys stuck with him. They were basically daring Drake Jae Crowder to make a corner three and he does. He can be irrationally. Zubrin J from out there. Tough guy. Tough guy six point lead for the Phoenix Suns. Reggie Jackson on the probe, dribbling holds up and draws the foul from Cameron Payne. Is going to be the first team foul first personal foul for campaign first one of the third quarter for the Sons. I think critical six minutes here as well. As I talked about the first quarter third is as critical for the Clippers. Zubov's handing off the ball George working against Bridges. George goes, cross court almost picked off Jackson gets the loose ball lobs it up for zoo box. Inside a box blocked the fouled by bridges and robots will go to the free throw line. Prepare for the Los Angeles Clippers shooting there. Eight. And nine free throws. So I mentioned Marcus. More senior was too great. He was the guy taken out of the starting line up to make room for zoo box. I don't think Ty wanted to start boogie cousins as good as he was really okay. And the reason I say that is there were times where I thought buggy looked fatigued Mark. Zuba gets the first free throw to go, so I think he wanted to start bigger, but he wants to be careful with bogeys minutes got great minutes out of him That first half 11 points in just eight minutes of plays.
Clippers Beat Jazz 119-111 to Take Series Lead
"The clippers have taken a three games to two lead in the Western Conference semifinals by earning their third straight win over the jazz one nineteen one eleven Paul George carried the load with thirty seven points and sixteen rebounds while Los Angeles played without forward Kawhi Leonard because of a knee injury suffered in game four Marcus Morris scored twenty five points and Reggie Jackson added twenty two for the clippers who shot fifty one percent from the field the jazz made a team record ten three pointers in the first quarter but led by just one at the end of the period boy am Bogdanovich had nine treys in thirty two points for Utah I'm Dave Ferrie
Leonard, George Help Clippers Beat Jazz, Cut Deficit to 2-1
"The Los Angeles Clippers grabbed an important win in their second round playoff series against the Utah Jazz with a one thirty two one oh six victory the clippers cut Utah's best of seven series lead to two games to one hitting fifty six percent of their field goal attempts quite Leonard led the clippers with thirty four points and twelve rebounds the biggest thing is that we made shots and open looks leave me you know you wanna come down tonight we do not Paul George added thirty one points including thirteen in the second quarter as Los Angeles took a fifteen point lead into the half Reggie Jackson Nicole but to meet score seventy points apiece for the clippers Donovan Mitchell led the jazz with thirty points game seven a set for Los Angeles on Monday I'm Jim Bernard
Mitchell Has 37, Jazz Beat Clippers 117-111 for 2-0 Lead
"The jazz jumped onto a two games to none lead when they defeated the clippers one seventeen one eleven Donovan Mitchell led the way with thirty seven points Mitchell was fifteen of twenty nine from the floor including six of twelve from beyond the arc Utah led by thirteen at the break but a Reggie Jackson three pointer gave LA a one oh one ninety nine lead that's when the jazz went to work with a fourteen to to run good for a one thirteen one oh three advantage with three oh seven to go the series resumes on Saturday in Los Angeles I'm Bruce Morton
Clippers Beat Mavs 104-97, Force Game 7 in Another Road Win
"Kawhi Leonard tied his playoff career high with forty five points and the clippers forced a game seven with a one oh four ninety seven when it Dallas Leonard scored each street L. eight points including back to back three pointers for ninety eight ninety lead with one forty three remaining the clippers trail for long stretches before going in front for good with six minutes left on a jumper by Paul George who had twenty points and thirteen rebounds Reggie Jackson scored fourteen of his twenty five points in the first quarter to help L. A. stay close look at dodges scored twenty nine points but was just two of nine from three point range game seven Sunday in Los Angeles on the ferry
Clippers overcame 11-point 3rd quarter to beat Rockets
"Paul George had thirty three points and fourteen rebounds for the clippers in a one or nine one oh four win over the rockets at the end of our scout there's a trophy and I think this is what we're gearing towards we we take every game one game at a time so it's a work towards our goal of Georgia twenty points in the first half alone leading the clippers to a sixty five sixty one lead but Los Angeles trailed eighty seventy six after shooting five for twenty two in an eleven point third quarter however Reggie Jackson hit three straight threes early in the fourth as part of an eleven to run that helped the clippers regained the lead Jackson finished with nineteen points John wall had twenty seven points in thirteen this is for Houston which is four and thirty four since February fourth I'm very very
Jackson's jumper gives Clippers 100-98 win over Pistons
"Reggie Jackson sank a jumper with two point three seconds left against his former team giving the clippers their seventh straight victory one hundred ninety eight over the pistons they will be using our product when Russell's Russell measured them yeah but we'll move on to some strong words the clippers rallied from an eleven point deficit in the fourth quarter despite playing without Kawhi Leonard Paul George Serge Ibaka Patrick Beverley and Marcus Morris Jackson finished with twenty nine points and expressed in Lucan art had seventeen with ten rebounds the clippers trail by five in the final minute but Terrence Mann made it ninety eight ninety five with a dunk and Jackson connected from three point range to tie it with nineteen seconds left I'm Dave very
What's Changed for Paul George and the Surging Clippers
"So law before you anything else. I feel like we have to talk about. Paul george's absolutely vicious poster dunk pistons stewart on sunday. My goodness is per. It's not personal brothers. All business tv announcers clearly lost it on that play. What was your reaction. My reaction was just our shot. This guy has had a foot issue for most of the last two months. And actually my very first moment with paul. George postgame availability. My first week on the beat. I tried a needle paul for not duncan because it had taken him until the fourth week of the season to dunk and i was like you know reggie jackson his own team. He had a dunk that night. In sacramento. i was like lose. Got a dump. Reggie jackson got a dump when you get your as bad. Now the game was so lopsided that star get my post-game arrangements together and i had missed that he dunked while the team was up more than thirty in the fourth quarter that was his first on the season. So like i had a dog and we add seen it done tonight. Washed gay the games. You gotta watch like wow. This is not the impression that i wanted to make. And then paul went and did devastating dunks for it seemed like every game for the rest of the month now when he came back. He hasn't been dunking very much. He's managing this issue. It's basically swelling. The bone in one of his toes doesn't sound pleasant right and the craziest is. This was the only basket that he made in that fourth. Quarter against the pistons but it was so memorable and i just was like you know what when in doubt dunk so was great moment. Great to see.
Walker's 25 lift Celtics over Kawhi-less Clippers 117-112
"Kemba Walker's big second half help the suddenly surging Celtics outlast the clippers one seventeen to one twelve for their third straight win Walker scored fourteen of his team high twenty five points after halftime as Boston strung together a trio of wins for the first time since mid January at the end of the day the overall goal is to win and you know we we've been doing that so we want to finish his last name all strong and into the break no I feel good about ourselves Jaylen brown chipped in eighteen points for the Celtics LA's Paul George led all scorers with thirty two while Reggie Jackson had a season high twenty five in a surprise start for clippers star Kawhi Leonard who was a late scratch with back spasms I'm guessing Coolbaugh
Power Rankings: Can the Clippers stay atop the West?
"Espn's nba power rankings. Talking about how great everything was going in. La or how much noise l. Making right now in the sports universe but the lakers no longer number one in the rankings. So maybe la's fallen down a little. Except the clippers have assumed the number one spot kawhi leonard and company. The nba's best record the clippers. Have a six game. Swing with leonard and paul george entering quarantine due to health and safety protocols and patrick beverley. He's out they had a seven game. Winning streak snapped in atlanta. The co and paul george back after missing just two games due to contact. Tracing the clippers are a deep team. There were deep team last year. But i think bach gives them a premium over mantras harrell because he can spread the floor. He can shoot the three and he can rim defend. He can defend the paint at certainly blocked shots. At least he's very good defender. As is harold box more versatile moreover more versatile player you can play a lot of big next to a bacha because he can do some things that some modern pigs can't but serge ibaka is not the reason that they're you know this good. They've played together another season. Tyler is doing a very good job. Don't forget and this goes for what i said about the nets last segment to we're in a covert year. Still where there's not practice like. They're normally is and people are socially distanced so first year teams that come together like the nets last year like brooklyn. This year are at a disadvantage but brooklyn's now going on their second year with sorry. The clippers are largely with the same cast. And yet you know. Lou will mantras harrell reggie jackson nick tomb. Which was a big pickup nick. A tumor he got a max deal or something close to it. Because he was the status all star. I mentioned this last week but at that time. Are you sure that you knew who was going to be better between kawhi leonard klay thompson and nick platoon. But he was in that category people when he got his deal. Weren't even like oh. That's too much for nick petunia. Like oh he's really good player. Lost interest on a noncompetitive team. He looks interested again. Remember he got a max deal wasn't no one. Did him any favors. He earned it so. That's a big pickup for them. Interested nick we can play making do some things but none of this really matters to me for the clippers and i understand power. Rankings are based on regular season performance. Guys until paul. George shows up as like this if paul george showed up his normal self. The clippers are still at a disadvantage against the lakers because kawai and libron or both superstars as is a de. Paul george is the next thing to a superstar. Paul george is not a five star player. He's a four and a half star player. So even if paul george it shows up as his normal self. Ain't going to be enough for the clippers in the playoffs. He has to be just to see but instead of that or even stay the same. He gets in the playoffs. So i don't believe in this clippers team in the play. I don't care what they do. In the regular season. Until i see paul george show up when it matters in the playoffs. A believer
Leonard, Clippers pull away from Knicks for 129-115 win
"The clippers won for the tenth time in eleven games by downing the Knicks one twenty nine one fifteen Kawhi Leonard scored twenty eight points for the clippers who had a season high for points shot fifty four percent overall and nailed seventeen three pointers the offensive eruption came against a team that had been limiting opponents to forty two point six percent shooting Reggie Jackson finished with eighteen points and Paul George added seventeen Julius Randle had twenty seven points and twelve rebounds for the Knicks what Ricky Immanuel Quickley added twenty five points quickly scored eight straight to get New York within one oh five one of three I'm Dave Ferrie
Young's 38 points lead Hawks past depleted Clippers, 108-99
"Trae young dropped in thirty eight point two Kevin Hurter scored all thirteen of his in the final quarter to guide the hawks past the clippers one await ninety nine the fourth quarter I think you know a lot of ways it felt more in rhythm was taking better shots shots just catch and shoot the reason and got back to you know really I think the strongest part of my game D. Andriy hunter had twenty two points for Atlanta while Clint capella collected thirteen points and nineteen rebounds young furnished fourteen points in the third quarter to help the hawks and the clippers seven game winning streak the clippers were without starters Kawhi Leonard and Paul George due to health and safety protocols guard Patrick Beverley missed the game with right knee soreness Reggie Jackson led the clippers with twenty points eight assists and seven rebounds I'm Dave very
"reggie jackson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Well, Special teams win back to back world Siri's I mean the Jeter, Mariano Yankees 98 oo thie 77 78 Yankees Reggie Jackson, Very underrated 92 93 Blue Jays and nobody ever talks about. And then, obviously here in Oakland, A's winning it three times in a row. And then those reds going back to back in 75 76. I mean, like you're around. You were in the bigs, then, right? I mean, you mean where they I don't know when we call them the big red machine now. They were called that then, were they? Were they traveling like we're there. The Rolling Stones When they came to town, was it was it Was it that bigot the time or was it only in hindsight that you realized what what absolute swaggering superstars? Those guys were. It was a scene when you went to Cincinnati. I mean, there was red flags everywhere, and there was banners everywhere. And it was all about the ridge. And you know Cincinnati such an incredible baseball town anyway. Both did was came on. And then when you got the ballpark, you know there. You're going to get 35,000 plus a night and it was just a scene and you know you were in awe of it because it was the Heartland of America. And this was the Reds and when you pitched against that lineup There were so many different type of hitters. You couldn't be one dimensional. You couldn't be a to pitch guy. I mean, you had to be able to do you have to have weapons. You have to be able to pitch away from their strangest as hitters and pitching to that lineup. I mean, when you It's like a great golf course when you play great golf course. At the end of the of the 18 holes, you're tired mentally. Because you had to think about so many different types of shot. Somebody different types setups. You know you're out in the middle of fairway. You're not seeing the whole flag. You're seeing the top of the flag, and it's a little bit deceptive as to how far you are. It gives you the illusion that you're a little bit far than they actually are. Well, that was the same way against against the red. You know, you had to know their swings and they all hit the situation beautifully. You know they would take swing out they would play against It wasn't always about the home run, and it was, you know, they would take what you gave them defensively and they were not over ships really, to a neck stent with that club, but they and they just played the game. Well, it didn't make mistakes. And everything I had everything to do with the managers are on the field. That was Morgan. You know, they were never out of place on. Ah, cut off, really? Ever. They were one of the best teams at playing defense. As a team. They all moved together as a choreographed dance unit. It was just beautiful to watch. And, uh You know, I think their offense always gets The the The publicity as to how good that team was. But Their defense was amazing Pictures. You can't even tell me who with pictures were on that team. They were sold out by the everyday players. But defensively that was when I saw I That was the best. It was the best defense I ever saw. Until that point. I mean, I realized how good this team was how smart they were. They were smart and, uh and they're at the helm. The guy who was the leader on the field is Morgan. I mean, you just go with me for kids who don't know those big red machines. You want talk icons. Listen to these names. Johnny Bench. Pete Rose. Joe Morgan. Right there. Three absolute. Icons and then from there, Tony Perez Hall of Famer and then guys who didn't make the hall who were still unbelievable Players. George Foster, Dan Drees and Ken Griffey. Concepcion. Geronimo! Sparky Anderson, IT manager. Yeah, I just looked it up Mike in 76. They drew 2.6 million for a market like since he was like 100. People in the town, man. I mean, that's amazing. I mean that, Yeah. The Dodgers drew three million, but they had millions and millions and millions of people to draw from It was just seemed to mean It was like I say, The bunting was out year.
No shortage of points scored inside the NBA's bubble
"All right. So the backstory Tio what took place yesterday between the Trail Blazers and the Clippers game, missing two free throws at the end. Clippers Go on to win the game. Pat Beverly on the bench, pointing to his wrist, same time waving goodbye. The wave goodbye is from last season member in the NBA playoffs, Dame hit that game winner and then he did the bye bye to the Oklahoma City Thunder, which Paul George was on that team at the time. Paul George now with Clippers, so yesterday that was won the better games. In the league yesterday in the MBA bubble, Damian Lillard 22 points, but the Clippers they really were outstanding. You had six guys in double figures for the Clippers. Paul George, 21.6 rebounds for assists. They get 17 for Reggie Jackson. Shannon had 19. Couple guys off the bench with double figures as well. But the Clippers win that
"reggie jackson" Discussed on 710 WOR
"On special mmhm I put Reggie Jackson greens HX on special by popular demand that a couple people email me on that during the week Reggie Jackson pardon me Reggie churches for which it's really good fruits it's berries and citrus really high quality fruits you're going to get a Saudi Berrien there aside berry comes from the palm tree that grows into a any Amazon are you going to get goji berry I know that originally came from a Tibetan region now we get our coaching berry from the south southwest you're going to get pomegranate and blueberry all these different berries and wonderful for each well these different berries and wonderful for which and they help reduce inflammation throughout the body you want to reduce inflammation you want to make sure you're reducing inflammation your body when you hit your fifties because two things happen as you grow older your immune system goes out of balance it goes out of whack for a number of reasons you develop implement ageing your immune system doesn't behave properly in it in flames you there's actually a term for it because it's so common it's called inflammation but you also develop communal Celeste which an aging immune system so on one hand your immune system is not capable of truly handling things like cancer and viruses and bacteria as adequately as it would as efficiently and effectively as it would when you were in your twenties and thirties on the other hand it's going off the reservation and it's inflaming you'll find you're having reactions to it so when you do good vegetables and good fruit and seeds of March really good foods certain herbs and catch that inflammation under control yet it helps immune system work better for instance does elderberry under elderberries dot in in Israel people use elderberry to fight off viruses berries can fight off because she's buttering etcetera can fight off viruses you get a really nice blend of berries and the red J. Jackson but which is good it's a good source of antioxidants for children who are very picky eaters because the taste really good I mean it's a blend of citrus and berries for the most part but you're also getting probiotic bacteria to help your immune system more to reduce inflammation and to stimulate the ability of the immune system to fight infection so reg HX runs bushel I'm a greenish HX around special that's more vegetables and herbs for instance does milk thistle for deliver and by the way just a tip we're going into that time of year where the salt is really powerful milk thistle is basically.
Kristen Roupenian Reads Shirley Jackson
"Kristen a so you knew when we first talked about doing the podcast that you wanted to read a story by Shirley Jackson. Why was that mean? Shirley Jackson is an has been for years. One of my absolutely favorite writers came into my mind as soon as you asked and I also knew that she published a lot in the New Yorker and that there was a wider range of stories there then maybe people would not I and so. I just wish sure that the chance to diamonds the archive and find a story by her. That would be wonderful and all the ways. She's always wonderful. But maybe a little bit unexpected right. Both of my children read the lottery in sixth grade. I'm wondering how you first encountered Shirley Jackson. I was thinking about that and in fact the somewhat sideways way that I read a story by her when I was very young. Probably eight or nine In it wasn't it wasn't fiction. It wasn't excerpt from life among the savages in a humor collection that I just had bookshelf Story About One of her children who comes home from school with the story about a very bad misbehaving child in the class who spoiler alert turns out to be imaginary and then I got older into high school. Later Collagen Reggie Jackson. It took a long time before I put together that that story that I had read many many times when I was a kid also was actually also by a this woman who's Adult horror. I really love right and we do. Kind of think of Shirley Jackson as as a writer of horror mystery stories This particular story afternoon in linen. Do you think it falls into that category. I do although not on the surface right anything. It's unsettling and maybe once we get into it. I can tell you the exact word that I think makes it a horror story but like everything that she writes. I think it's very funny and it's also very scary And I think this one in particular kind of the more you look at it. The scarier becomes an horror. Something that you're interested in in in your own work. Yeah absolutely And also that line between the scary and the funny the kind of I would say sort of discomfort that surrounds writing about dark or Tabu or unsettling subjects I love exploring not sort of my favorite And interestingly the story like the nonfiction when he brought up it it explores Darkness through the eyes of children. Exactly I think that's probably a big part of why it resonated with me because it hearkens back to that first day of read by her. Yeah we'll we'll talk some more after the story and now here's Kristen. Re Pension reading afternoon in linen by Shirley Jackson afternoon in linen long cool room comfortably furnished and happily-placed with hydrangea bushes outside the large windows on their pleasant shadows on the floor. Everyone in it was wearing linen. The little girl and the pink linen dress with a wide Blue Belt Mrs Cater Anna Brown linen suit and Galileo linen hat. Mrs Lennon. Who was the little girl's grandmother in a white linen dress and Mrs Caters Little Howard in a blue linen shirt and shorts like an alice through the looking glass? The little girl thought looking at her grandmother like gentlemen all dressed in white paper. I`Ma Gentlemen all dressed in pink paper. She thought although Mrs Lenin and Mrs Cater lived on the same block each other every day. This was a formal Paul and so they were drinking tea. Howard sitting at the piano at one end of the long room in front of the biggest window. He was playing humor. Ask In careful unhurried tempo. I played that last year. The little girl thought it's g Mrs Lennon Mrs Cater were still holding their teacups listening to Howard looking at him and now and then looking at each other and smiling. I still play that if I wanted to. The little girl thought when Howard had finished playing humor ask. He slid off the piano bench and came over and gravely sat down beside the little girl waiting for his mother to tell him whether to play again or not. He's bigger than I am. She thought but I'm older. I'm ten if they asked me to play the piano for them. Now I'll say no. I think you play very nicely. Howard the little girl's grandmother said there were a few moments of leaden silence. Then Mrs Cater said Howard. Mrs Lennon's spoke to you Howard murmured and looked at his hands on his knees. I think he's coming along very well. Mrs Cater said to Mrs Lennon. He doesn't like to practice but I think he's coming along. Well Harry loves to practice. The little girl's grandmother said she sits at the piano for hours making little tunes and singing. She probably has a real talent for music. Mrs Cater said I often wonder whether Howard is getting as much out of his music as he should? Harriet Mrs Lennon said to the little girl. Won't you play for Mrs Cater? Pre One of your own little tunes. I don't know any the little girl said. Of course you do hear her. Grandmother said I'd like very much to hear a tune. You made up yourself. Harriet Mrs Cater said. I don't know any the little girl said Mrs Lennon looked at Mrs Cater and shrugged. Mrs Cater nodded mouthing By and turn to look proudly at Howard. The little girl's grandmother set her lips firmly in a tight sweet smile. Harriet dear. She said even if we don't want to play our little tunes I think we ought to tell Mrs Cater that music is not our forte. I think we ought to show her a really fine achievements in another line. Harriet she continued. Turning to Mississauga has written some poems. I'm going to ask her to recite them to you because I feel even though I may be prejudiced. She laughed modestly even though I probably am prejudiced that they show real merit well. For Heaven's sake Mrs. Gator said. She looked at Harriet pleased. Why dear I didn't know you could do anything like that. I'd really love to hear them. Recite one of your poems from Mrs Cater. Harriet the little girl looked at her grandmother at the sweet smile and it misses cater leaning forward at Howard sitting with his mouth open and a great delight growing in his eyes. Don't know any. She said Harriet. Her Grandmother said even. If you don't remember any of your poems you have some written down. I'm sure Mrs Cater will mind if you read them to her the huge merriment that had been gradually taking hold of Howard suddenly overwhelmed him poems. He said doubling up with laughter on the couch. Harriet writes poems. He'll tell all the kids on the block. The little girl thought I do believe Howard's Jealous Mrs Cater said. Aw Howard said I would write a poem that you can make me. Write a poem if you tried.
Maxed out: Kepler homers twice more off Bauer, Twins win 6-2
"Was there was something incredible with the Minnesota Twins Max Kepler there when it Cleveland tonight first off he homered his first two times up against Cleveland's losing pitcher Trevor Bauer last month when these two teams met he had homered three times after awhile so now he's the first player ever in major league history Max Kepler the twins to hit a home run in five straight at bats against the same pitcher in the same season well one of the most the bachelor like Reggie Jackson or something hit three didn't he no but this is those are against three if I don't yeah I guess in the world this is against the same guy same season five straight if you would rather walk after four home runs you'd plug commercial yeah yeah that yeah
"reggie jackson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Out to Jackson. Reggie Jackson left corner. Thon maker driving Janas. Here's the runners. Access deny to his former team. Drumond turned over Bledsoe. Yacht us in the open floor Yata suppose down the lane to the scores. To stop it. He is. Five eighty seven while with another good defensive point WTMJ with the call bucks. Go onto a one twenty ninety nine victory over the pistons at twenty one point victory four Milwaukee in this one the bugs abouts go the pistons by fifty six points in the first two games of this series, Yuli number one seed with a larger point differential over an eight seed through two games. Lakers. Nineteen Eighty-six they were seventy five points better than the Spurs over the first two games bucks. Scored at least one hundred twenty points in it. I you games of a single postseason for the first time in franchise history. They have consecutive playoff wins by twenty points for the fourth time in team history of Milwaukee. Coach Mike boot noser says yeah was twenty point win. But it wasn't easy thing. Stands out as you know, a response in the second half credits, Detroit. They came after us. They were they were physical. They made it very difficult for us. They beat us to loose balls in the first half pitas on the boards. But to hold them to offense rebound, forty points in the second half. You know, I think that's what we want. That's what we expect. So you know, I can have obviously the three big guys Janas, Chris Eric, very good. And Pat off the bench. So good to see us. Get tested the first half and come out and respond in the third quarter. But I know there's been nights where the halftime messages, you know, just just be yourself. And there's been times where it's going in and telling the guys baby loudly time to get together. What was the message tonight? No, it was you know, I think the biggest kind of what I just alluded to. I think we were not rebounding we weren't taking care of the boards. I think they were just kind of out working us. But it was and I think, you know, they were they were playing, well, you know, the pick and roll game which accident and drama, and you know, they were affective, and you know, you have to give credit to Detroit. And we said we want to keep doing what we've always done. We just got to be better, particularly gotta be better taking care to boards. I thought a couple transition baskets. We didn't stick to our principles. But it was it was just kind of a normal. How time and let's just to what we've been doing. Let's just doing a lot better box. Get the winds in their first two games at home pistons with twelve straight postseason losses. That's the longest active streak of any team at one shy of the longest all time streak. Dwayne casey. I thought we set the tone in the second quarter. But again against the team like Milwaukee, you've got to do it will longer period of time out. Think we extended it long enough showed third quarter scoring they got we scored thirty five points are seventeen. So it was our achilles the other night. Again. Our challenge has been that way a lot of this year. When we struggle is extending hard play not getting bored with doing the fundamentals night beginning board to kick the ball out and doing those things pensively and then defensively staying solid and makes you Excu. We're supposed to do that. A discipline that Scott to be at the top of chart's going into next game. And also into next year. Longest losing streak of any team in the postseason the Knicks between two thousand one and twenty twelve pistons of loss twelve straight Owen ten in best of seven series when they trail two games to none in Boston game. Two for the Celtics Pacers Indy. Looking to earn a split of the first on the road, and they had an eleven point lead on the Celtics to the fourth quarter. But the Celtics weren't done another chance to take a leak Tyree. Three. God. Oh almighty. All year long. He talked it tonight. He is walking with his feet barely touching the ground. So.
"reggie jackson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Out to Jackson. Reggie Jackson left corner. Thon maker driving on Janas. Here's the runners. Access to his former team Drummond turnover Bledsoe got it is in the open Yata it down the lane to the ramp scores. Stop it. He is. Five eighty seven let so with another good defense appoint WTMJ with the call bucks. Go out a one twenty ninety nine victory over the pistons at twenty one point victory four Milwaukee in this one the bugs about the pistons by fifty six points in the first two games of this series. Only number one seed with a larger point differential over an eight through two games. The Lakers nineteen Eighty-six they were seventy five points better than the Spurs over the first two games bucks. Scored at least one hundred twenty points in it. First games of a single postseason for the first time in franchise history have consecutive playoff wins by twenty points for the fourth time in team history. But Milwaukee coach Mike boot noser says yeah was twenty point win. But it wasn't easy. I think the thing that stands out as you know, a response in the second half credits, Detroit. They came after us. They were aggressive. They were physical. They made it very difficult for us. They'd beat us to loose balls in the first half pita on the boards, but to hold onto to one offense rebound, forty points in the second half. You know, I think that's what we want. That's what we expect. So you know, I can have the three big guys Janas, Chris Eric very good and paddles defense. So good to see us. Get tested in the first half and come out and respond in third quarter. But I I know there's been nights where the halftime messages, you know, just just be yourself. And there's been times where it's Gordon and telling the guys baby loudly time to get together. What was the message tonight? No, it was you know, I think the biggest kind of what I just alluded to. I think we were not rebounding we weren't taking care of the boards. I think they were just kind of out working, but it was and I think, you know, they were they were playing, well, you know, the pick and roll game which accent and drama, and you know, they were affective, and you know, you have to give credit to Detroit. And we said we want to keep doing what we've always done. We just got to be better, particularly that'd be better taking care to boards. I thought couple transition baskets. We didn't stick to our principles. But it was it was just kind of a normal time. And let's just to what we've been doing a lot better. The wins in their first two games at home pistons with twelve straight postseason losses. That's the longest active streak of any team in one shy of the longest all time streak. Dwayne casey. I thought we set the tone in the second quarter. But again it the team like Milwaukee you've got to do it longer period of time. I don't think we extended long enough. Shows in the third quarter, scorn they got we scored thirty five points seventeen. So it was our achilles heel tonight. Again, our challenges been that way a lot of this year when we struggle is extending hard play not getting bored with doing the fundamentals now begin board to kick the ball out and doing those things out Benchley and then defensively staying solid and make sure we Excu. We're supposed to do that. A discipline that Scott to be at the top of chart's going into next game. And also into next year. Longest losing streak of any team in the postseason the Knicks between two thousand one and twenty twelve loss twelve straight there in ten in best of seven series when they trail two games to none in Boston game. Two for the Celtics Pacers Indy. Looking to earn a split of the first two on the road. And they had an eleven point lead on the Celtics into the fourth quarter. But the Celtics weren't done another chance to take the lead. Three. Thank God almighty. A year long. He talked it tonight. He is walking with his feet barely touching the ground. So.
"reggie jackson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Goes out to Jackson. Reggie Jackson left corner. Thon maker driving ideologist. Here's the runners by access deny to his former team drama and turnover Bledsoe as in the open Yata suppose down the lane got us to the Rams scores. Conduct stopping because he is unstoppable. Five eighty seven. Wow. Let's go with another good defensive play WTMJ with the call bucks. Go onto a one twenty ninety nine victory over the pistons at twenty one point victory four Milwaukee. In this one the bugs grow the pistons by fifty six points in the first two games of this series. You'll only number one seed with a larger point differential over an eight seed through two games. Lakers. Nineteen Eighty-six they were seventy five points better than the Spurs over the first two games bucks. Scored at least one hundred twenty points and at first two games of a single postseason for the first time in franchise history. They have consecutive playoff wins by twenty points for the fourth time in team history of Milwaukee. Coach Mike buttonholes are says. Yeah was twenty point win. But it wasn't easy. I think the thing that stands out as you know, a response in the second half credits, Detroit. They came after us. They were arrested. They were physical. They made it very difficult for us. They beat us to loose balls in the first half Peterson boards, but to hold them to one offensive rebound of forty points in the second half. No, I think that's what we want. That's what we expect. So you know, because I can have obviously the three big guys Janas, Chris Eric, very good. And Pat off the bench. So good to see us. Get tested in the first half and come out and respond in the third quarter. But I I know there's been nights where the halftime messages, you know, just just be yourself. And there's been times where it's going in and telling the guys maybe loudly time to get together. What was the message tonight? No, it was you know, I think the biggest kind of what I just looted too. I think we were not rebounding we weren't taking care of the boards. I think they were just kind of out working, but it was and I think, you know, they were they were playing, well, you know, the pick and roll game which accent and drama, and you know, they were effective, and you know, you have to give credit to Detroit. We just said we want to keep doing what we've always done. We just got to be better. Particularly gotta be better taking care of the boards. I thought a couple of transition baskets. We didn't stick to our principles. But it was it was just kind of a normal time. And let's just to what we've been doing. It was just doing a lot better ox. Get the wins in their first two games at home pistons with twelve straight postseason losses. That's the longest active streak of any team in one shy of the longest all time streak, Dwayne tasty. I thought we set the tone in the second quarter, but again against the team like Milwaukee got to do it for a longer period of time. Don't. Think we extended long enough shows in the third quarter scoring they got we scored thirty five points seventeen. So it was peculiar tonight. Again, our challenge has been that way a lot of this year when we struggled is extending hard play not getting bored with doing the fundamentals now beginning board to kicking the ball out and doing those things I've been simply and then defensively. Stan solid and make sure we Excu. We're supposed to do. A disciplined that Scott to be at the top of chart's going into next game. And then also into next year. Longest losing streak of any team in the postseason the Knicks between two thousand one and twenty twelve pins of loss twelve straight there in ten in best of seven series when they trail two games to none in Boston game. Two for the Celtics Pacers Indy. Looking to earn a split of the first two on the road. And they had an eleven point lead on the Celtics heading into the fourth quarter. But the Celtics weren't done another chance to take a leak. Three. God. Oh, my. Bad drought that go. All year long. He talked it tonight. He is walking with his feet barely touching the ground. So.
Russell Westbrook, Wilt Chamberlain And Steph Curry discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"NBA homestretch Steph curry has been on fire as of late will have some stats to back that up. Golden State beat Denver looks like Golden State is going to be the number one seed in the west Russell Westbrook went for twenty twenty and twenty one last night in a game against the artist. Formerly known as the Lakers. The only other player to be able to do a twenty twenty twenty Wilt Chamberlain back in nineteen sixty eight. He had twenty two points twenty five rebounds Twenty-one assist. You you have to active players who've done a twenty twenty game. Chris Polin, Reggie Jackson. But neither had more than five rebounds in those games. So incredible. Performance last night. Why Russell Westbrook.
"reggie jackson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Welcome inside the dialed in Detroit in the WD TK studios in Ferndale Michigan. I'm Lou cannon. I'm joined by Sam Cal Ron Cameron the legend himself as in-studio right now. But folks, don't get too excited. He will not be on the show tonight. Maybe some other time for Ron here on dialed in Detroit every Saturday night we come right after rod Cameron. So folks, this is the most exciting sports talk show on the planet. We got so much to get to here. What did you say Ron? Oh, yeah. We'll do that next week. We'll do it next week. That's rod Cameron, the legendary sports broadcaster here in Detroit area. So Sam it's great to heavy back in studio. Yes. Good to be here. I was out last week. We were out of town. And it's going to be back for another show getting a late start here. This week though, Luke. Yet a late start. We're also joined by your brother, drew Cal via the phone out in Grand Rapids jury there if I am. Yeah. Yeah. Great to hear drew walking outside of the dial Detroit studios here in Ferndale. Michigan. We've got a lot to talk about we got a lot to get to. I want to start by the pistons. Jump right into it. Folks. The Detroit Pistons had a twenty five point lead at one point in this ball game. They fall to the Los Angeles Clippers by ten points. One eleven one on one the final score Blake Griffin. Reggie Jackson for the most part. They did their job despite Blake Griffin disappeared in the second half drill. Your thoughts that at that game? I. I the first you're the jump out to me are embarrassing disappointment. Not surprised but disappointed. It was a really great first half. I mean, everyone from Andre Drummond. Reggie Jackson Blake even the supporting cast. Reggie Bullock and other guys played with a lot of energy. They look really good. Stop eighteen point lead at the break. And it was probably the best half. I'm seeing from the Detroit Pistons in probably a month or so but then second half rolled around. And you know, they kind of just they showed us who they really were. They were content with a eighteen point lead at halftime and Blake disappeared as you mentioned, which I'm not gonna fault him too much for that. Because of the workload. He has. Reggie Jackson held it on throughout the night. But everyone else. Including my main, my main issues, Andre Drummond for him and his foul. Trouble throughout the game. Ten ten ten in the first half ended up the game with twelve point in cold and was sitting much of the second half in foul trouble. And that end end up ended up falling out me. So it was just a really pistons type effort and cries, I'm very bad. And at a lot of those guys, but not surprised at all. Yes, I'm coming to you. Hear your thoughts and the pistons performance here tonight dropping at twenty five point lead. It was it was horrendous. I I mean that was one of our worst half of the year. We came out fire. We got a twenty five point lead. And we lost by double digits. That's a thirty five point swing Lou Williams with thirty nine points on the game. I mean, if you can't hold a twenty five point lead. There's something wrong with your team. I don't know if that's in the locker room on on the court, and it seems like it could be both for the pistons. But that was just a disaster Andre Drummond like drew was saying in foul. Trouble constantly picked up three in the first half had five for the game. Only was in there for twenty three minutes. I mean, even the former piston Bobo by Mariano vich had a double double a guy that never saw any time. Plays desert. He needs niece. Get triple double. Is. He's seven seven three seven four. Yeah. Dunk. Yeah. It's ridiculous. But I mean, I'm just looking through these numbers and the former piston Tobias Harris Avery, Bradley. We held them in check pretty good. But it was thirty nine points from Lou Williams off the bench, and that's just killed us. He outscored our entire bench by himself. He's been doing that for years. He's just a born score. But at some point maybe throw an extra guy at him change the defense up a little bit. I signed Bruce Brown guarding Lou Williams for a lot of the second half. Maybe switch that up a little bit more height. And Bruce Brown's gotten has a pretty good reputation for defense in his rookie year. But maybe just switch something up because it seemed like he was going down every time and got a one on one match up. Maybe got a screen or got a switch that he likes able to literally either drive to the hoop without any contact or take a three that he wanted to take. There was no resistance at all. So Lou will is a great score and the pistons defense wasn't there for most of the second-half. Yeah. And not to mention nine assists for Luella as well. He he had an incredible game. We we know he can come on the score. But like you said the fact they didn't make any adjustments is infuriating. If you're a pistons fan. Yeah. And guys. Here's my thoughts on this horrific horrific performance down the stretch about four days away from you know, the the NBA trade deadline things will be heating up peasants should be in the mix. Here. They need to blow. This thing up. I know that we have said that they need a blessing up for a while. I think that tonight was the exclamation point to say this team is they're false. It's false advertising. When Blake Griffin before the season said if Reggie Jackson myself and Andre Drummond could stay healthy. We'll we'll be hosting a playoff series hosting a playoff series in two thousand nineteen if the big three that's what he claimed that the big three kids stay healthy. And you know, what I don't wanna speak for you guys. But I got sucked into it. You know, I I was I was brainwashed. I thought the pistons we're going to be a five seed going to be at least at least I actually got four seat at one point this season. Now when I saw seen this performance by the Detroit Pistons came out in the I corps on fire. They're dropping divers. Reggie jackson. Blake griffin. I don't blame Blake Griffin for Reggie Jackson for this loss. Reggie Jackson was the best player on the corpus size. Lou williams. Reggie Jackson how high twenty nine points. And this is where I'm sick. I every time I think of Tom Gores in his LA mansion, and he comes back the week before the trade deadline, and he tries to be goody goody wants to wants all the stars in Detroit. Here's a newsflash for you. Tom Gores, no superstar is going to be willing to come to Detroit. One. You're twenty two and twenty nine with a top fifteen player in the Eastern Conference and Blake Griffin. You have no help around him. How are you supposed to get this secondary star? You have. No assets to send around in the NBA. Tom Gores do assault favor. Take your taste your cannon, go back to LA sit in your mansion and never show your face around these parts once again, I'm absolutely horrified. I'm sick to my stomach thinking about this team right now this the team that should be in the playoff race. And before the season, if you were to tell me that the Brooklyn nets, the Brooklyn nets would be better than these Detroit Pistons, if you're thinking that of Victor depot that's out for the out for the year and the Indiana Pacers are five games up on the Detroit. Pistons Dwayne Wade is the best player on the Miami Heat, and you have to pick them up out of his wheelchair before every single game. This is absolutely sick. I think the Detroit Pistons are stuck I think the Detroit Red Wings are stuck. I think the Tigers. The there about seven years away for big God. I think the Detroit Lions are stuck this city is stock, and I'm depressed about it. Folks. I don't know about you. I'm absolutely depressed thinking about Tom Gores thinking about Bob Quinn thinking about Martha Ford. I'm absolutely sick. My blood Flusher is going nuts. Folks, somebody help me somebody please help me get Tom Gores outta Detroit. Pick them up with a crane and get him outta here. Dropping back off his LA mansion. I never wanna see his face again. Yeah. Go ahead. Drew? Go ahead. All right. I was just gonna say I mean the ownership. Tom Gores has been terrible. Like, Luke said again, all Detroit sports. This is just a bad time to be a Detroit sports fan. He wants to go the luxury tax. He watches other superstar that would deploy the Detroit Pistons into the luxury tax. Wh what's the one thing? You don't want to be in is the luxury tax as an organization no superstar wants to play in Detroit. Blake Griffin comes out and says that he wants to win in Detroit. He's lying through his teeth. I respect him for that. Because he doesn't want the media to say a Blake Griffin. He doesn't want to be the next Anthony Davis. He says that he wants to win here Detroit. You'll God knows he doesn't wanna be here, folks. Sam Blaker doesn't want to know. I mean. Yeah. He he played his tail off all the only one that tries on this team. He's the only one that tries on this team. The city needs to take notice they need to start blaming Andre Drummond. They need to start blaming everyone on this team, except they did hold everyone accountable starting with Andre Drummond starting with Andre Drummond. I'm absolutely horrified. When Andre Drummond catches the ball on the elbow tries to put a fancy move on the opposing center and misses the backboard and the rim completely. Andre job is to grab rebounded. When people say that Blake Griffin is not a good rebounder, look who's playing with Andre Drummond. He's at like rabies or something because he wants he's attracted to the basketball when when the balls up in the air, he says, I need to get that rebound because I want to be an NBA all star. Newsflash Andrei, you're not an NBA all star. This is not your team anymore. Reggie jackson. I love this is not your team anymore. This is Blake Griffin's team and Tom Gores. If you want to keep your face around here. You need to get him help. That means you need a ship off your buddy and Andre Drummond somewhere else. Luke equate. Eight. Sorry. No, you gotta figure this out. Somehow, we gotta figure this out. So the thing that bothers me about the pistons is the whole offense revolved on Blake Griffin right ended should but you have to have guys knock down the three around him because he draws into sometimes three guys. And he when he takes it out who do you kick it out too. Reggie boy. He's five you boy. Yeah. Good assets. The thirtieth rank three point team percentage. Wise in the NBA thirty out of how many yes thirty there. There are last in the in three point percentage. So if you're time Gore's than you really want to make a big splash, which I mean, I I'm all in favor of blown this thing up. But knowing Tom Gores, he's gonna wanna do something stupid..
"reggie jackson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Allnight, ESPN radio back to the NBA belts Salta Griffin called fake and a drive on the honest, pokes it away on the bucks. Gotta steal Bledsoe. Again, driving on Reggie Jackson behind the back slammed. What that on the highlight DVD Bledsoe new Janas was behind him a behind the backdrop to Janas who dumped it so hard. The net is wrapped around the Wilma WTMJ with the call Bux. A ten point win over the pistons won fifteen one zero five Gumbo. Twenty one points, eleven assists, eleven assists tied for his most in a game this season. Fox won all four games against Detroit. This is the first time the bucks swept the season series against the pistons boxer fourteen in three since Christmas. Best record in the NBA over that span. Russell westbrook. Twenty three points, fourteen rebounds, fourteen assists, fourth straight triple-double, thunder beat the magic one twenty-six one seventeen Klay Thompson. Some headlines. He's of course, vital part of warriors dominance, he's set to become a free agent this summer. Heading back to the warriors seems likely, but it's not a foregone conclusion are NBA insider Adrian was saying that the best case scenario for the Lakers is to add Anthony Davis. And then if Golden State doesn't offer Klay Thompson a max contract come July about Klay joining the Lakers earlier on the jump in the perfect world. Yeah. I can see it his father played there. Aretha? Katie leaves though, the St. Anthony Davis is acquired by the Lakers. Lebron AD recruits in could see it happening. I.
"reggie jackson" Discussed on High Noon
"Read the room. Reggie jackson. Occurred around. I would say do you think though that Blake wants out of Detroit? Did he ever want to end? No, he's not talking about people wanting out of the city. You're normally talking about people who have their own volition signed to go there. I got drafted you happy about that. Or whatever Blake Griffin got sit. There. He woke up one day at a team that put them on a t shirt with a bomb and side, Nelson Mandela. And then they sit in and then they sent him to Detroit. He never wanted to be there. They got one other good player in nothing else. That's going on on the roster. And now there is Blake Griffin. A man who fancies himself a stand up comedian who can't find the humor in this at all? He can't find the joy in the fact that he just had a thirty seven nine and seven evening. He can't find happiness, and the fact that he's finally proving all those people who just said, he's a dunker can't shoot. He's proven them all wrong, except that they're also nine and eight when he scores thirty and all of this just gets dark. We'll do the thing is on top of this. Reggie Jackson who the guys on his last team, basically Tula man, do not like him. So Blake Griffin is explaining I feel like this team is immature. I feel like they don't pay enough attention. I feel like they focus on the wrong thing. Yeah. We got a win. But this don't feel right. And then next thing, you know, this dude is coming through like I'm so excited that we got our selves victory, and he stuck there. There's nothing that he can do. And I would say that this is now the. Pandered better for awkwardness for any sort of NBA interview, except we have this. Yeah. That's the gold medal. We had this still. Yeah. The time to stay Van Gundy was talking about how Dwight Howard tried to get fired at dealt. Yes. In about it. And then two white came over like who would like a heaping open Bs. Our Ted Van Gundy. Thank you for having terrible communication. I need fairly stance. Communicates. It.
"reggie jackson" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"That doors now open like now, there's no once that happened. It's easy to go. Well, no one can have an excuse now. Right. There's no there's no way to go. Yes. But when tiger won in ninety seven at the masters, then took that away and that washed hope over me to go. Yeah. This is somewhere where now. Everyone can be welcome. And what am I favored parts about the tiger story winning at Augusta's like the staff? The Augusta National staff that typically wasn't allowed on the grounds. Or they were supposed to stay in the in the clubhouse Irving how they were able to go out there and watch tiger from the balcony come up eighteen and stop what they were doing to be able to soak in this this seminal moment in American sports history of what that meant to them. And I always do things in frame of time. And for that to be now coming up on twenty two years at that. That's nothing in the grand scheme of tr of things and moments twenty two years as nothing. Yeah. That's the that's the hardest part. The hardest part is living in that moment. Go. Going. Oh, man. This is happening. This is amazed. And now twenty two years later looking back, and you go over the time of human beings. It's not even the beginning of the blink of now. No. But it's also then gives us an opportunity to go. How great will it be twenty two years from now? And what will we get to live through in the next twenty two years that some youngster will be asking us or talking about us going a wonder what it was like when they live through. Blank. Here's what I'll say about about tiger. And that moment and comparing him to reg, we'll get onto Torrey Pines here in a bit. I hope that tiger in the next five years. Ten years golf mortality will get him almost at once almost twice and it's going to soon, but I hope one day. He does what Reggie Jackson has done which is put down the armor put down the I'm one of the best people on the best athletes on the planet. Put down the chip on the shoulder for a minute. And let us in to what you were going through during all of this. My most looking forward to I see me entire doing some really fun videos. So that I can show people just the sense of humor that he has. And how funny he is. He does he. Yes. Yeah. He is. He is. Yeah. As we all the time like tiger, always seriously. I'm like, no, I don't I don't think you understand how funny that dude is on the golf course like when there's cameras around and the crazy hilarious and front conversations that we have that. I would never, you know, it's like this stuff that you talk about what your friends that. You like you're never going to talk about that publicly because it's just a conversation between friends, it's a lot of fun. But there will be an opportunity. I hope at some point where we can actually do some fun stuff for everyone to. Yeah. So. So that makes them go. Wait, I didn't know he was like he he is one of the guys I and and and there's been glimpses. But you're right nothing compared to what you had the prisoners to see. But I really I want him. I want him to go beyond. Fun. And no just literally let us who. Are you do what who are you? What are ninety seven? And what did all of this mean don't give me the canned? I don't know. What don't give me the Tiger Woods corporate answer. I don't need that. I don't want. No, Tiger Woods corporate. I know. What is going to be? Yeah. When my when my back was hurt I thought it was over. I couldn't walk. Yeah. I know. But like take me into those struggles take me into why you started taking those pills take me into all of it because I would say on this planet earth right now in terms of athletes that have more of a story to tell I think Tiger Woods is one. And it's not even close because I would put tiger up there as with Jackie and Ali. I would put him up. There is one of the most influential athlete in American sports history. I would completely agree..
"reggie jackson" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"He he brought up tiger who's going to beat up this week at Torrey Pines, and we're coming up so many different anniversaries of Tiger Woods in terms of like started on the PGA tour. He has he had his big anniversary at the master's couple of years ago. And we're going back to pebble for the USO going back to exactly and so there's so many anniversaries on this day. Specially you could talk about with tiger Reggie Jackson. But I I've never heard. I've heard read soul many things of the impact. Tigers win Augusta in ninety seven had for the sport. I don't know that I ever heard it so eloquently put then what Reggie said about the. A tour championship victory when he said when I saw that I saw a rainbow of people. Yeah. That is that just so hit home and for Reggie to even talk about that is proof positive impact of Tiger Woods, culturally worldwide, not just in our culture, but across the globe. What tiger does for the sport of golf N for people because we talk about golf bringing people together? What what that does is just phenomenal. And it was so great to have Reggie b so eloquent in talking about. What he was feeling when he saw that. It's just a really, I'm really I'm I gotta say this. I'm this is one of the podcast that I'm really proud that we got to do because Reggie went somewhere that we didn't lead him. He went there. He just went there. And we went with him, and he took us on a journey in allowed us to kind of be inside his curtain, which is man, I'm really proud that we got to do that. And I'm so thankful that Reggie was so honest and open with us and was willing to go there. And so it also means now we got. Get Sirius XM listen to his baseball show. Yeah. I'm all in on that. And and you look at, you know, tiger with what he's done even Reggie. He was honest about tiger is never been where those guys it's really been open. He was more open about it as a kid right about the impact he would have racially on the sport. And when I look at some of these athletes have broken the color barrier. Obviously Jackie Robinson's, the first one that comes to everybody's mind as he should. But when you look at a sport that was so segregated so late in its development, which was Gulf to have someone. I mean think about that for a second. I don't know the age range, and the demographic of those listening to Matty and the caddy, but we're talking about ninety seven nineteen ninety seven when tiger broke down a barrier. A wall for a lot of people to see. And so for someone like. Edgy who started off the interview by saying I was never allowed in golf courses the colored boy unless I was there shaggy balls for him to be able to see something like a nine hundred ninety seven Tiger Woods win for the ages at Augusta National for him to sit there and put that in perspective from someone who went through so much growing up the sixties and probably hearing probably hearing all of these racial things thrown his way throughout his entire baseball. All the names that he was called. Yeah. He told us all the names that he was called. So for most of us who live through that ninety seven Tiger Woods win. If it was as meaningful to us as it was imagine what it was for Reggie. And his generation we'll speak on that you you can speak on it. What did it mean to you? You know, I'm the turtle optimist. I try to always look at the bright side of things and. What it meant for me was another door was going to open. That's what that's what it meant for me. And the feeling that washed over me was. Hope which that's I that's I look for that. There are some people that they look for what's going to go wrong. And I'm always looking for. How's it going to go? Right. And so that moment for me hope washed over me and went, okay?.
"reggie jackson" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"He I'll tell you what this words, and this doesn't work. When did you start your golf tournament? I golf tournament started in nineteen ninety seven and we do we raise money for stem education, science, technology, engineering and math, and we have our curriculum from six to twelve th grade in front of a million students the United States, we get great deal of support from Federal Express. And we get a great deal of sport from tied list and tailor-made and just. Quite a few people in New York. Yankees are big supporters of us SAP is a big supporter of Pepsi's. A big supporter, so many people are there helping us. Ralph Lauren gives us our clothing every year. So the corporate real has been absolutely fabulous for us. And when did you when did you realize that you were dictated to play in the game because you got the bug? I I don't know. My I would say I always enjoyed it. Especially after you have a day like today at a ruptured patella tendon last March, and I played I played in bow Spar and shot seventy six I played here last year and played with Brooke Henderson, shot seventy six and I had ball probably to sixty to seventy I chased her driver. All. Big old long drive to open it up. And hitting it out there with me by me. Yes. She hits it forever. So, but I do enjoy it joy, the people in the crowd and the relationships built with the media, and the respect that I have I'm grateful and thankful for we are grateful take for you make it some time force anything we can do for you to help if you're vent. We'd we'd love to do it. There's one question we ask everybody got to ask you to you got a golf foursome living or dead where you playing who's ING your force them. I would play with Ben Hogan Tiger Woods. Charles barkley. That's a good one. And Michael, Jordan. And the reason why I have Jordan and Barkley in the group is because I would laugh. Five hour. I'd pay to see. What golf course you playing? Oh, we'd probably go to pebble. I lived there. I wouldn't have to drive very home game. Reggie jackson. Thank you so much. Your tax. Yeah. You're ornament. Okay. I mean, that's Michael in terms of twenty minute conversations. I've had podcast TV radio. Otherwise that was one of the best. It felt really good to hear him say everything not only that he said. But also, I think the way that he said, and I think that's one of the things I take away from that conversation is the just honesty that he was able to lay out there about golf baseball where he is. Now compared to where he was. And it's just it's one of those things where I think I think in my hope is that people who heard that conversation and felt one way about Reggie Jackson. Maybe come away feeling xactly different way. Exactly. So we're going to unpack all of that tiger. Obviously teen. Up at Torrey Pines this week. We'll unpack the Reggie Jackson conversation and kind of things we took from it. And we will talk tiger Torrey Pines because they're all kind of comes together in one nice little package on this MLK day special of Matt independent caddy podcast. We'll have that coming up next. I can't believe it that Gerald is presenting the quarterly budget report with finger puppets. Look here comes a one point seven percent decrease in finished overhead everybody. No, I can't believe how easy it was to save hundreds of dollars on car insurance guy. Go are you Bill projected increase in organic three revenue?.
"reggie jackson" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"And so whether no matter who it is who the candidate is where I'm not democrat on that Republican. I am a person that is for the people want the people to be better off. And sometimes your decision seemed to be democratic and sometimes acition Republicans. And so there's a meld somewhere in the middle. There's some kind of relationship meshing in the middle that should be and I'm disappointed that it's. Not that way. When you look at the great connector, the reason, Mike, and I love this sport is because it has now become a game. That is a great connector of people when you come out and play these events, and you're around other athletes from this era, your era and beyond what is his game. When you bring these people together to now. It's it's for me Matt in and I can speak as Reggie as I can speak in third person. Yeah. And and and it can make sense in so insert person. Reggie Jackson shows up in got people that are super fans and love Reggie Jackson. The baseball player, and there are the athletes the Marcus, Allen's of the world and the Greg Maddux is of the world the rate Allens of the world that look at me as a guy that cut the path a guy that made the way I talked to Mark out Marcus Allen one time, and I said, hey, call me back while you to call me back. But she Amen. We you wrong. You must not have number. There is no way. I would not call you back. Right. When I was young. You were it you were the. Guy you set the tone. I respect I would never not call you back. Richard dent comes my golf tournament every year, and he got up and spoke. And he said, I want people to know that you know, I come here because when Muhammad Ali past we look to Reggie Jackson to set the pace. No, I can't be any more honored than that in. So for me, you know, I can look at Tiger Woods and route. Yeah. Route hard foreign because when he does well it connects the dots with people the FedEx Cup last year Easley hournham at that. He was I mean talk about a rainbow of people following him, those people there did not care what color Tiger Woods was in for me. I seek color. 'cause I'm seventy two I was raised in the sixties. I was. I was the N word nigger GRA negro colored mixed multicultural all those things. And so when I see someone bring people together just because people wanna see his greatness and enjoy it. I am. Overwhelmed with a feeling of being a human being that feels Good Hope it actually it feels. That's what hope feels like to know you came from a time. When even the thought of someone like Tiger Woods and the rainbow of people and color. Yes. That you see it was just a dream. Yeah. Almost almost intriguing how was your greatness perceived when you were in your prime. Recent. I cut the path. I I pushed my excellence is a player as athlete the way. I spoke her carried myself. I was on edge. I was considered a guy who's going against a green. I was considered. Controversial. I wasn't considered. Bright articulate, I was articulate for colored, man. But, you know, during the time that I was coming along the times, we're different. So I had to be terse in difficult at times in appearance because I had to demand dignity d- wasn't given to me. And so there there was paying for that. And as I looked back in the past and look some of my videos, or some of them the media film in the past I recognized that boy, I was terse, I was tough..
"reggie jackson" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"Listener line is I feel like from from going on. We can have a really hidden hidden podcast of calls that were too dark to get on air. And maybe one day. We'll do like a Mattie, nicad platinum where you you can buy access to them. We'll give the money to cherries less. What I'm saying? Like a subscription to the podcast questions. That would be rated greater than PG thirteen. Yeah. I mean at this point, we're filled with so many, good ideas. We can't be contained, but we do want to. Thank you for joining us on this special MLK day addition of matting academy, and our guest today is someone a hall of Famer and all time great someone Michael that that I think until we talks to him, and he explained it Reggie Jackson mister October. I would bet a lot of people would use the term at least I would use the term after talking to him as misunderstood extremely, and I don't think that there are a lot of people out there that kind of understood the racial undertones that he was going through and was feeling while he was playing baseball for the Yankees be almost because he was such a great hitter. Because of that, then he came across to a lot of people in the media as one certain way. And I think this is a great conversation where he talks about everything that he felt and went through, and then how golf is really helping him. Exactly that that that was one of the things I was most excited to see you have a guy like Reggie Jackson. Who's one of the greatest of all time one of the great post-season players of all time. And you see me. See how he lights up at the golf course. So we are excited this week our guest on Madina caddy, Mr. October. Reggie jackson. Maybe my favorite guest this amenity caddy, Mr. October. I mean when he's here when a great Reggie Jackson, Arizona state, sun devil, like myself sits down on the show, you just sit and you listen to the stories. When did golf become a thing for you? Oh boy. What a great question to start off with. I would say, you know, as a as a young kid fourteen fifteen years old, we weren't allowed on golf course as colored kid, but we could shag balls, and you weren't it wasn't a thing that.
"reggie jackson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Through so were you guys understand my confusion adam schefter is a football guy i thought there was a reggie jackson football no adam schefter is now doing basketball oh clearly it's reggie jackson from basketball wait a minute reggie jackson had an affair with jenny button jeannie bus oh good save it re a jackson had an affair with gene i stream of the detroit pistons the former oklahoma city thunder guy but now it turns out that now it's reggie jackson mr october so here's the sound from adam schefter podcast about reggie jackson of the new york net yankees this is no them from addo of me i wasn't quite ready jackson of the neither new york yankee evidently you had a romantic relationship with you he boss i know any book very well uh in fact uh gated per he core he met ill yet we dated uh when i was with the angels with good printed with her father wow he did not like bill jackson at all jerry buss didn't yet no he did not yuri wet jerry west it neither wow he he was he was not a very well like yeah fills it still is odd east asian agha i made schefter killed that there oh it's good information as good information yeah but let's just isolate shifter's contributions to this podcast as rigid jackson tells us of the that we all reacted to the lake schefter did wow yeah.
"reggie jackson" Discussed on Know Them From Adam
"With you others i don't care where we assume that reggie yeah no problem that's no problem you know i admire you uh as a broadcaster and all the information that you give a like the seriousness and the content that you bring when you're on tv and you and your buddy more or just a such a pleasure for me to listen to uh every sunday or in any chance i get um i will send my uh well wishes to more than so glad that he made it back but uh ah glad i'm your friend and i'm your friend that i'm honored is my honour reggie thank you so much unhappy held a senior family okay buddy baker cap yet or a backed by popular demand the nfl espn stats maven evan kaplan evan we just heard reggie jackson one of the greatest hormone in baseball history who do you look at is the biggest hormone editor in the nfl today thanks for having me atom and you can look no further than tyree kill over the last two seasons we saw it in week fifteen nabih game against charter 64 yard touchdown catch for hill and he now has eleven touchdowns of at least fifty yards in his career no other player has more than four in the last two seasons so when you look it is receiving rushing returns he is he is the biggest homerun hitter in the nfl now or are we saw this weekend that the eagle's secured a first round by the patriots are getting close to doing it how important is a first round by actually it's really been huge over the last four seasons so since two thousand thirteen every team to play in the super bowl.
"reggie jackson" Discussed on PTI
"Ruth five hundred seventy five feet in detroit s the knaven field is that the same place the became wasn't eggs in tiger state isn't that estimated because now okay then you lay israel now what you know what your eyes were there as a kid your laser mansell when he and have already jackson he hit the light stay acid you know how far there is in all tiger stadium so you'll be laser just measured take on a sliderule reggie jackson five thirty nine mental 560 journey to healing hit home runs through this measure well knows oh this is such a one community not only get involved in advance metrics because all this is is a guy with a ruler they walked out there listening and to seem like this is only one guy 'cause it started in two thousand nine to stop this i mean that's a hundred years a baseball lady measure somebody hit the ball far somebody a guess on my part we have two very different champions in the french open on saturday yelena ostapenko became the first unseeded woman to win in paris since nineteen thirty three indeed this is the 20yearold's first tournament victory as a pro on sunday rafael nadal won his ten th french open did not drop a single set in two weeks he lost just thirty five games in twenty one sets that his domination sleep we'll go on what was the bigger deal on the doll's ten th winner ostapenko s i.