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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.
Pistons rally to beat Nuggets 128-123 in OT, snap skid
"This eating the Detroit Pistons host the Denver Nuggets downtown this afternoon Detroit was down as many as twenty one points in this one but they battled all the way back in Reggie Jackson forced overtime with a minute left and from there the pistons they took over distance by one Jackson with a series of moves running floater no good trade off into board Roman one of the the voice of mark champion over on ninety seven one the ticket to try to complete the comeback topping Denver one twenty one twenty three snapping a five game
Dinwiddie, Emotional Irving Lead Nets Past Pistons, 125-115
"Size up the street down the Avenue he goes could get a shot left corner Reggie Jackson gets a flurry and gets it the lead will distance come back and take their first lead of the night at thirty three thirty two yep piston just couldn't pull it out the oldest one high scoring that's a one twenty five to one fifteen over Detroit Derek roles with twenty two points six rebounds and five assists
Knicks take a pounding from Pistons in Detroit
"Games into the season the Knicks remain stuck on one win not much progress tonight after losing by twenty one at home on Sunday to the lowly Sacramento Kings they lose by twenty tonight in Detroit one twenty two one oh to the final the next play most most of of the the game game without without Mitchell Mitchell Robinson Robinson he he got got elbowed elbowed in in the the head head by by Markieff Markieff Morris Morris left left the the game game with with a a concussion concussion like like symptoms symptoms but but the the pistons pistons were were without without Blake Blake Griffin Griffin and and without without point point guard guard Reggie Reggie Jackson and without Derrick rose and they scored the most points the Knicks have allowed all season this is Julius Randle services let let our tune or we have plenty of time to get better okay so you're strong with a modern and eventually would and orders were going to be what I thought I was going to keep our right all of the next to die with twenty the audio courtesy of M. S. G. Andre Drummond at twenty seven the Tony still hit all nine of the shots of this game with Detroit including six three pointers he scored twenty four the next next opponent Dallas that means a game against Christos for zinc
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
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.
Luke Kennard, Pistons And Reggie Bulaq discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News
"Now at three o'clock in the pistons have already made to moves which started last night, Reggie Bulaq. Of course, went to the Lakers for sphere, Mikhail, Luke. Then today the team traded away Stanley Johnson similar walkie for Thon maker, the pistons were also reportedly hot and heavy for Mike Conley and offered Memphis. Reggie Jackson and their first round pick, but the grizzlies countered asking for Luke Kennard, and that's when the
"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
"And that's what you're pulling up. Like, this is unbelievable like, and then I started thinking, maybe I'm the ask. Maybe I was wrong about Reggie Jackson. No, no, you weren't. And I will say this is one of the many reasons why I'm so proud to be a part of ESPN because of the reach. Each last year. Reggie Jackson played in the pro-am Wednesday, and I had never met him before. And I saw them on the eighteenth green. And I wanted to go introduce myself and tell them as a little kid with a big fan. I was and as a went down to do it. He saw me his eyes got big he came over put his hand out. And was like, hey, man. I'm real proud of you. And I was spe- didn't know what to say. And he goes what you're doing in this sport for us matters. And I was like now I can't talk because I got a big lump in my throat. Reggie Jackson just said that to me. And I was like from that was it now he and I have an acquaintance. Not in Quaid's. He's friends with someone that I'm friends with. And so that was always an I thought would be an easy conversation started with him. But the fact then that ESPN put me in the position that I'm in and through that then allowed Reggie Jackson to see me in this position in which kind of I guess. Gave that opening or made. Reggie connect in a way that that. We would never have connected before. So that this year seeing him again and being able to catch up and then talk about like his niece surgery. And every I mean, it was and the niece. The funny thing was he he played. Golf on a ruptured patella tendon. Yeah. Which was fun. And we're all talking about it and Marcus Allen to we're all standing up there talking. Trust me for everybody listening to this. I completely feel what you feel of how ridiculously insane and impossible. It sounds when you say Yelm, standing on the driving range, I'm talking to Marcus Allen and Reggie Jackson and Richard. And and like, we're all giving each other crap. You know, we're all needling one another like I trust me. I'm still waiting for the alarm clock to go off. So I can hit the button and go I knew that this is not real. You know, what that is? I'll tell you what that is. That's golf. Yeah. I know why. Because I'm not going up to Reggie Jackson, a batting cage and Bs and with him, and I'm not going up to Marcus Allender and football practice and be with him. But you know, where everyone can be asked. Having range. Yeah. Everyone's got the same insecurity about the sport. And and what guess what though one of those on the driver range of only one of them has a candy bar which. You know for a Chevy, dude and loves candy. The fact that that candy bars could become a MAC series. Yeah there. So I mea I'll be I they line..
"reggie jackson" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"And see I had I had one of the most remarkable conversations I've ever had with an athlete in my life. And then I go really who was it when I said, Reggie Jackson. There is got big. And the first words either mouth were. But isn't he kind of bleat, right? They said, yeah, he's he's like, okay, good stay with that mindset. And then listen to this week's episode because I I remember growing up at Scottsdale when he was on the Oakland A's staff when I was growing up back in the day. He wasn't a nice, man. Right. He just wasn't. I do. I'd still does make me laugh that he uses the term terse. To describe himself, which is basically like for us. It's like someone in a retirement home when they don't wanna use a bad word to describe themselves. But also, then you ever notice if you meet somebody, and they're just not in a good place like whatever and they're not being nice, right? You go away. And you're standing maybe with one of your friends, and you're like, you know, see the do do's asks. Right. And then that person goes over ago's, man. I'm sorry. I was asked and then you're like wall, you're not an ass now cages you just over and totally call yourself out. So that's just I am really it gives me hope in people that someone who had the attitude that Reggie Jackson had now comes out and calls him. Himself out and says, this is why I was that way. But I yeah. Was that way that not only, but then explaining but explaining take that one step further, but explaining why he felt he had to be that way. Yeah. Because he brought up the whole conversation with Muhammed Ali and Muhammad Ali had away Ali had a way of doing things like this and doing things like that. And being more big picture and being more. What's the word that I wanna use? When he was spreading his message of quality. He was more bombast with it and set it in a very quotable way. He was entertaining while he was doing. Yes. That's it diffusing entertain. Now. That's Hearst by definition is abrupt and and short with words. Correct. And Regine very very key to rubbing someone the wrong way. Yes. And Reggie Jackson compared himself to Jim Brown. And I think that's a good comparison because Jim Brown's got the same reputation. And when we sat down for that for there were two things about the interview with Reggie Jackson won. I didn't expect to get it. I didn't know this side of Reggie. I don't think maybe you did. I didn't I had an idea of how Reggie's evolved as a person publicly when we were hanging out with them on the driving rain. The day before. And he made me laugh a couple of times because I I was nervous and next driving raids? I'm like oh God hears. Reggie jackson. This guy's not nice. This guy's not a nice guy. So I'm standing there wait for the shoe to drop like, but then we ended up having a conversation with them. And then he ended up telling stories, then he ends up showing us pictures of his knee surgery and a scar. And I'm like, wait who this who's? And then all of the sudden it clicked. Wow. And then I started to realize that we might get this, dude. And we might talk them and sit down with one of the greatest of all time and then to kind of peel back the layer for the Mattie and catty patrons. So we tentatively set up this interview on the driving range after we all get done talking to laugh and have a good time. Reggie gives his car rice down cell phone numbers. Here you guys go anytime you need me. And I'm just kind of looking at caddying. I'm a little confused. But okay. So we pencil in mentally through conversation, do Michael. And I that we might get Reggie Jackson the following day for the podcast. So when we're sitting there in the area where we did the interviews the golf carts pull up and Michael is over at the driving range because we were Marcus Allen who you will hear in coming up, sodium. Adding the caddy you were going over to check on Marcus Allen or Richard debt, one of the two and Reggie Jackson pulls up at his golf cart. Sees me ways smiles gets out of the car like you guys still need me where we doing this..
"reggie jackson" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"Car insurance. Welcome back about in caddy. Michael Collins, Barry, alongside we just listened to the Reggie Jackson conversation that we had with him the diamond resorts tournament of champions. And here's what I want to start with with with the conversation MLK day, and he had talked about in the interview about he could remember the day that he was allowed to vote in being raised in the sixties and not being able to go to a golf course. Because he use his words he was a colored boy and all of that to sit there across from someone that is so recognizable. American sport, Michael to sit across from him and hear stories looking at him. I two I of how it affected him is an impact that I'll never forget. Because I just. Cannot believe. And I think you said it perfectly during the interview that wasn't that long ago. Yeah. That's the one thing that we all I think still take for granted those of us who didn't go through that and our little too young to remember. But here people tell us that the things that they went through when it comes to a superstar athlete like Reggie Jackson. Was we forget that he went through it too. So I think what happens is because of that. Because honestly, we take for granted the freedoms that we all have now and kind of where we are as a society, regardless of I don't care politically what side you're on. It doesn't matter. Think about the thing about the ability that we all have now as Americans, and then think back to very short time ago where not everyone had those same abilities and rights, and we forget how soon. That was and so it's easy to kind of. I don't wanna say take for granted. Because that's not true. It's that we forget we easily forget that. Oh, that's right. There are still people around us. And there are still people that are in the spotlight that actually went through something that we have no idea what that felt like, and it's so easy for us to go. I mean, that's just something you pushed to the side. Right. No. That's something that you carry with you. And that's why I love the question that you asked the met when you said, how are you not bitter? How are you not? How is it? How can you still love the game of golf after so many times you were pushed away from the game because of the color your skin? That's right. I his reaction was priceless. Yeah. I don't know. I still don't know if there was something that I don't know that I could do that no way. No. No way knowing what he went through. And hearing his story. I mean about how he lives in that area where he's only played the course where he lives a couple of times because they just don't he wants to be a member. I mean, the fact that there are still places that keep him from certain opportunities in the fact that this was like this. It was like that his whole time coming up that he even picks up a club or even looks at a club. And I'll tell you this. That shows this shows the impact Arnold Palmer ADEMA sport to take someone that was basically said, no you're not allowed on. Our course you're only allowed on. Of course, you shag balls for him to be able to love the game because he followed Arnold. Palmer is all you need to know about the reach of the king. And also, hopefully, then gives other people a little perspective if they hear someone go yet will Reggie Jackson's like, this it gives someone who hears this podcast and opportunity to go. You say that. But do you know about Reggie Jackson it what he's been through? And I think that's what life should be like that life should be like, if you haven't opinion about someone that you don't know everything about them. Then before you put that opinion in concrete. Learn what you can and from from. That person especially and I'll tell you what I when I came back here to Bristol DSP n and I was getting ready to sports end of the other day. I was talking to someone on the show staff. And he, you know, he was saying, hey, you know, you in catty Orlando had a good time..
"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 Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Covington was four for four from the three point range in the fourth quarter and the wolves lead by too late in the game. But the pistons would get a tip in with one second left to tie the game and send it into overtime and Detroit took control from their rose sitting on thirty three points and has got it up top drives by his band in the paint shot. No rebound. Loose scooped up by Reggie Jackson. Pistons have the ball at one point lead with one thirty left Jackson around his back. I'm coming to the bucket off lasts. All we got it circuit shot by Reggie Jackson, Detroit up by three what? Twenty six one Twenty-three timeout Minnesota Reggie Jackson with twenty four points. Blake Griffin with thirty four the timber wolves walk away with the one twenty nine one twenty three loss where we started the fourth. Foolish place. Following when we? No reason to foul. Not playing with verticality. Given guys dare shots forty point quarter. That is head coach Tom febrile the pistons hit three rather me restart that the pistons hit one twenty three pointers on the night compared to the wolves nine. And that was essentially the difference the wolves hit the road. Now, they're at San Antonio tomorrow night before hitting heading to Oklahoma City Sunday night, and then we'll have a few days rest for the Christmas. Holiday, the wolves GM Scott Layden. We'll join Dave Lee at seven forty today with more on the game WC. Oh, news time is five forty five. We'll be back right after this. I'm feeling live tomorrow at seven twenty on news talk eight three zero WC CEO, and now a.
"reggie jackson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"I i also game is the one where reggie jackson hit the ball tiger stadium i remember that one too that was the one that i remember with sixty nine i'm going to say that seventy one doc ellis dot com that's right and we don't know for sure whether doc was on don't push performance enhancing but he did admit to taking some serious drugs while he was a player so he could have been as high as reggie jackson homerun went that day don't like this max muncie should be written in heck of a year i think he might grab the mvp it's for your name be starting lamb veal let on be on the team and what are the chances of getting back to the world series jodi thank you for taking my call you got a quick mack max muncie side note and for those who don't know who mac munti as you should but i'll fill in the details on the second i do shows every once in a while for sirius xm channel and i was on yesterday and the show that i was doing every day they at the end of the show want you to pick a streaker see how many days in a row you can get a guy gets a head they got some bonus point if your guy gets three hits you get two points right and one guy gets a home run you get a bonus point and i was actually the leader going in over the last five times i'd filled in on the show i garnered a point or maybe one i had a home run so four out of five whatever it was my my streak of five was top of anybody who's on the show yesterday the callers we take a caller suggestion as well they were second with four my co host with zero the producer show is his era i was in the lead yesterday and i took max muncie he was my choice yesterday been red hot playing against the angels rookie right hander on the hill new he's gonna play he's going back either first or second or third so make sometimes you need that extra bat in the ninth inning to make sure you get that hit oh i put the kabosh and max he took and hope for last night so my i've been known to do this to players before i can be the kiss adapt and i was yesterday so my apologies muncie despite his over for yesterday and hitting my streak at five i'm with you i think he's been all star here's a guy who had a cup of coffee with the oakland a's was sent back down dodgers picked him up off the scrap heap signed him for their minor league team is killing a aaa they call them up at all these is hit he plays first and second base you don't usually see that combo that's not a combo that pops up first and second he can play the outfield not well but he's got lots of positional flexibility and a kid is just a flatout hitter or has been this year this year he was the fastest dodger ever to twenty home runs in a season did it in less at bats than any other previous dodger there have been some all time great players who played for the la dodgers he got to twenty home runs career home runs this year faster than any other dodger ever had before that's a pretty impressive stack i don't think he's gonna win the vote not gonna get written in he's not even in the top right now and they're going to reveal the starters on sunday night but as far as a reserve goes yeah i think max munching deserves that kind of recognition he is having that kind of year could he get into the mvp conversation why not the phillies are in first place in the nfl east they don't have one guy who's leading the charge do is having a really good year mvp not sure hoskins is putting up numbers now and if he goes nuts but the last three months he'll get into that consideration freddie freeman from the braves certainly if the braves win the division he's got a big time shot for the mvp the cubs are a compilation team everybody contributes their bryant's been hurt rizzo's heightened coal what he's one of the best players in the.
Cleveland Cavaliers covet Kevin Love for next season
"Lakers want three in a row chicago one three in a row and and came back and went three again in a row boston one t or whatever they want but they're right there right now to go four times in in four years and winning three you've got to say they gotta be up there so they wanted to greatest basketball team ever be put together and they got their their right there agree totally those dudes are incredible there they're definitely a dynasty in my eyes and you know until somebody can knock them off they will continue to win rings and and distance themselves from other teams the big question of course i talked to ice cube and gary payton over on cbs sports hq the big question really everywhere whereas lebron going to go and ice cube big lakers fan from la from compton i asked him art ice cube actually think i went i said cube i is it mr cube is that is like i feel so i went cube which probably wasn't cool but luckily he was nice about it i asked ice cube make the case for lebron to the lakers in your career would a story franchise that is not dependent on you to be great the lakers are great anyway team has struggled for the last couple of years we disagreed franchise reminds me a reggie jackson and in his rain with the with the yankees and in his baseball career with the yankee so you know why not come to a story franchise dias sanders you know these guys have went to great teams as champion so you know come to the lakers you know and you know get treated like a king for real i love i love everything about that get treated like a king for real by the way breaking news report out just a moment ago from dave mcmanamon of espn the report is that regardless of what lebron james does the cleveland cavaliers not interested in trading kevin love they want to keep him either way and lebron goes make him one of the centerpieces of what would be a pretty difficult i think rebuilding effort he turns thirty love in september this year your average eighteen points shot about forty eight percent but it averaged seventeen and ten the problem becomes how much of that is lebron lebron just lifts so many guys up it's interesting the moment america's been waiting for the right of the new major league baseball power rankings the yankees have been at the top of this thing for the entire season can they hold on to their place of honor and for like james hordes answer about severino will all come crashing down we'll find out just a moment are the new.
Blake Griffin, Denmark and Redwings discussed on 24 Hour News
"Coming up on newsradio nine fifty we'll check the closing numbers for the markets today the dow finished up just about forty six points after losing gains of four hundred earlier in the day five forty five it's time for sports and ryan will lay pistons playing out the string here last home game tonight on w w j such a disappointing season for the pissing especially after they picked up blake griffin little while ago you thought oh they're going to finally turn around make the playoffs and didn't happen they put together a nice little winning streak and unfortunately it did not take him anywhere of course griffin got injured here towards the end of the year as well reggie jackson was out but yeah the pistons will finish what they below five hundred record they have two games left tonight final home game as they bringing the toronto raptors to little caesars arena you can catch it right here on newsradio nine fifty starting at six thirty five some breaking news though crossing the wire right now greg michigan state student has filed a lawsuit against three msu basketball players from two thousand fifteen that are only labeled as john doe one two and three alleging that they raped her upon returning from their final four loss to duke in the morning of april twelfth the woman never reported the alleged sexual assault police after the incident in his also claiming in the lawsuit the counselors at michigan state discouraged her from reporting it tigers meanwhile continuing their seven game road swing the stop and cleveland to take on the indians francisco ariana against corey kluber you can hear it on ninety seven one the tickets starting at five forty five lions officially opening up off season workouts this afternoon the holder i set of ot as i may twenty first and twenty second mandatory minicamp starting june fifth and redwings head coach jeff flash has been asked to return as the head coach of the us national team at the world championships for a second straight year that will run from may fourth through the twentieth out in denmark whisper fifteen and forty five past each hour numb ryan wally w w j newsradio nine fifty right thanks ryan traffic and weather in a minute w w j news time five forty seven introducing the next revolution from.
Why the Women's Final Four was the best ever
"The last three years notre dame wins the nc double a women's tournament title as the fighting irish down mississippi state sixty one the fifty eight last night a rica oaken beloit provided the late game heroics with this three for notre dame last night that westbound is how attack she slapped him after ball look at inbound gotta tariq as she goes down the land put up the shot a tunnel that's the call from bob nagel which should have woke you up if you weren't woke up already courtesy of the fighting irish radio network reggie jackson.
Reggie Jackson, Villanova and Michigan discussed on
"In the only met run of the day in the second inning final again cardinals five mets one mets will host the phillies tonight they'll send matt harvey to the mouth scores in the nhl national six reds five three game washington sweet bryce harper a couple of long balls marlins six cubs nothing dodger slam the giants nine nothing in the al the red sox edge the raise two to one twins dusted the orioles seven nothing mariners by the indians five to four astros handled the rangers eight to two and shohei otani won his major league pitching debut with six innings of three one ball angel seven and the as four the white sox in royals were postponed interleague was a double header in detroit the pirates took both ends from the tigers one nothing and eight six nba the knicks were off the nets trail the pistons in brooklyn sixty to forty eight at the half and went on to lose one oh wait ninetysix their brief two game win streak came to an end detroit's reggie jackson twenty nine points the ncaa women's championship game of the dramatic ending a rica ogan boo while they had the dagger in the semis against yukon and she did it again drained a game winning three with a tenth of a second ago notre dame coming from fifteen points down beat mississippi state sixty one to fifty eight the men's championship game tonight michigan versus villanova we have.
"reggie jackson" Discussed on The Basketball Friends
"Why not bad but up up right yes continue god's i it all but it in in issues been a really nice backup point guard for them but it is a combination him dwight box as the point guards and troy has been a disaster for that uh you know a physician reggie jackson combinations of change of pace that they they've been pretty good with that set up so i i think that move from tobias and avery bradley um um you know i don't think in the long run that's gonna hurt them that much avery was not good for the pistons this year and tobias as a you know a a nice player but i don't think a huge difference maker for a team so um i get why they did it i am very curious to see to fit him in drummond boulter germans improved is passing a lot me run some interesting post postup with them high low stuff with them it could be fun but but yeah i think when you when we think about what's dammit gandhi has built teams round for the past decade right whether is in orlando and now in detroit he's had a big center surrounded by shooters and you know i i think the way robbery imagining what they're going to be i think this is you know stand saw that they could get a guy that they look at as a star player it's at while it's worth figuring it out later and now they have to figure out later in to me i'm really i'm really it should watch and play because i think it's the stand is going to have to do different things and he's really ever done as a head coach to make it work and how that.
"reggie jackson" Discussed on Open Floor
"Yeah oh i mean we've seen guys like roberson or even michael kid gilchrist when it comes time for that second contract those guys don't really get paid because of their glaring offense a problem so if you could just keep him around on a fairly you know affordable contract going forward through his 20s and he he turns out to be a solid player for you i don't think that's the worst thing in the world from the heat's perspective my fake trade would would team up real melo and many melo tobias harris as a great onetwo punch in detroit would have it would have their reggie jackson reunion like you mentioned you know just have really bring the best out a westbrook on a nightly basis with their practice battles and then it would also plug in avery bradley you know into that roberson all to me this is a perfect trade the only downside is melo has a notrade clause and i think the nba designed notrade clause is precisely so people wouldn't have to go to the piston's so that could be a problem yeah it's it's funny when you start talking through the various piston scenarios a little bit like new orleans there aren't many positive outcomes from them for them because of some of the decisions that have been made over the last few years it just every every avenue is pretty dark but let's move on here to some more trade questions although i wanna begin with a vince carter question jason says injuries to andre roberson and bogey are creating more conversations about how much each of these guys will be missed and how people didn't properly appreciate what these guys were bringing to the table for their respective teams every night in short all of this has had me thinking about who i might under appreciate myself the name that kept coming to mind for me with this week's birthday boy vince carter somehow i feel like i never really appreciated his full skillset what he brought to the court every night and the overall impact.
"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 Know Them From Adam
"This week tune into the ball firebomb show as i discovered laser stories of oscar show boxer proper larry culpepper pay i'm in the middle of a promo sorry finance fans agreement so much dr pair brought out about some of your airtime care hey look whether you're watching calls footballer calmed some guys radio show dr pepper makes college football that march sweeters ahead your local dollar general grab some today can have one of your gore y'all miller gober show with your host larry gobert that's air france this week's note of madam podcast we are going to be joined by the man who was born change in major league baseball history in home runs with five undrained 63 mr october himself reggie jackson you may say to yourself what does reggie jackson have to do a football well number one reggie jackson is a huge it's perks dealer fan the steelers are coming off a difficult on sunday plus he is friendly with her edwards who just took over the job at arizona state get a longstanding relationship with mike single terry and reggie jackson is a man not just a baseball put a football as well but first we're going to get to ask adam ask adam ask ask pasqua half adam we should ask adam madam i love him i enjoy working within likewise josh but i got to say if you're a real pro a real pro's pro you would a toss to that segment by saying now let's get to the feature that is the straw that this podcast i link you are so right you had it teed up for you because that is the infamous reggie jackson throw when he first saw with the team back in the seventies when i was a huge yankee fan and a huge reggie jackson fan and that quote became the abolition fodder absolutely absolutely so this is going to be a good show but we left a little bit of room for improvement but that's okay but either way adam it was a it was a big week and the nfl gridiron this past weekend in a lot of people have questions about it and have used the hashtag ask adam to ask about it and by far the number one question that we got was adam can you please define what has should ask the question and a catch is something you know let me say this josh let me start here.
"reggie jackson" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy
"It is younger than george hill i would have i would have jeff teague probably ahead of george hill um but at that that's a tough call you know those guys obviously they were treated for each other i mean it it's a it's that's nitpicking at this point i think but i think uh i probably would have had him a bit higher i fifteen maybe hill at seventeen um especially just 'cause i think in hill you know hill is gonna be splitting minutes with uh with the earn fox in we're not really sure with that experiment sacramento is going to be like so that's one that uh that stood out to me um reggie jackson had twenty four was another one that's nothing to do with your list i've not a big red jackson fan i think reggie jackson uh he's coming off of a bad year coming off of an injury and i think he's someone that makes the team potentially worse on and off the court and you know this is this is pretty harsh i understand oncoming i was very harsh right now but i think in the locker room and on the floor he is a guy that can cause some issues and i think there's a reason other looking at dump his contract so while he has the talent of a guy that should be may be higher and if he reaches full potential and got rid of some of his attitude issues it was completely healthy he would be higher i probably would have him actually a bit lower uh then then you know even a patty mills or and alpher pay in i'd rather have those guys on my team and some people way sam crazy for that but again i'm just i'm pretty low i reggie jackson so that's kind of uh you know that's my take there um i would have i delta at over i'll go ahead goal or no worries i mean i've been on twitter sold the feedback has been much worse much harsher in ours i hear i'm not here to blast you like bit like twitter twitter could be ruthless.