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"rick carlisle" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"I had a window of opportunity for suet research enter to drive for national. Always do allow it. My wife and I had to agreement. Fired, a kid I could go raise something like that, and then just having kids I really feel like that opportunities. those are some brave men and women that says those cars and where I live You hundred fifty miles an hour in open cockpit. Doesn't seem like something I want to. Know I I. I guess out of nervousness for you but also I hear what you the way you put it. Was So matter of fact in it is so obvious. How old are your kids Jimmy? I have a nine and a six year old, and so you're cooped up with them and you say I wanna stay here like like my God I. Think you'll like running off to the racetrack. My Lord. Wow, I'm cooped up with a nine and six year old with can't go outside nothing to do. I want to stay here. That's impressive Jimmy. That may be more impressive than your entire NASCAR career I'll be very honest with you. Donnie I. Love it well done. So, what do you want to achieve in the next few weeks here? What are you? What is your goal here as you as you finish out this fall, season string here. Yeah I think the first. Let's get back to picture land, but he's been on a bit of a dry spell here and I like, and it's very possible for us this year. so I'm looking forward to that day, and then if we are able to win multiple events I, really feel like you become, achieve true, taking chicken, tender and threats so. There would be no better way to finish up my final full on your Nascar going on. It's Kinda going out as many. Saw To create that opportunity. Well if you do like Peyton Manning, did then you gotta give a shout out to beer sponsor? While you're lifting the trophy I mean if you can do it really like Peyton. Manning did years ago, but that I can give you. You know I'm sure Payton can. Sure I'm. Talking to a NASCAR driver also what about the concept of inclusion I know you've had a conversation with Wallace, the only African American driver. On the NASCAR circuit right now, he's going to be driving in a black lives. Matter vehicle this evening. What conversations have you had with? Bob That you that you can share with the audience right now Jimmy. Yeah. BUBBA is is a great friend of mine and I really proud of outrageous. He's been through all of this. And it's boys. His friendship relationships garage area has really hundred a ton of sports. And Really His help educate a lot of in our industry. Level? And community that's come from. All of that is very oppressive and. Talking to me all good. You know my own ability to bring you to sport to help create a common voice. is so needed and so. I'm really proud of him, so you and he have had a conversation. and. I guess I. Wonder What what you think you would. What would you say to fans of NASCAR? Who would who who might say you know what leave this off the car? Leave this off the race track. Leave leave this out of my viewing of this sport. Certainly if I can't go certainly. Baba's mentioning that the confederate flag should be banned from any of these events. What would you say to any of the fans who would be saying that Jimmy you have such an influential voice when it comes to the Nascar Fan clearly based on who you are and what you have accomplished. which which part there were a couple of really big topics with me I. Guess, what would you say defense daily this stuff out? You know that. I everybody has their own feelings and beliefs and I personally. Disagree with that and I think. We need to be more vocal. We need to soften people's minds and help them. You know in motivate people to to have a deeper learning to understand. injustices in the inequalities that are out there so everybody is entitled to opinion and right and I have an opinion in right to to have the. And at stance, on the confederate flag. What would that be? Jimmy! I'd support Baba that support NASCAR that the confederate flag should not. Be Up at our sites. being racetracks in in. Our, sport. Jimmy Johnson, you are a unique individual when it comes to who you are, and what you what you mean to the sport What do you say to fans who say don't go? What do you say to them right? Absolutely there, right? I for myself personally in dealing with. you know these troubling times? Obviously, we've gone through pandemic where. We're trying to learn society how to fight this. This virus everybody's in a very heightened state. As a result. And then you know we have the. Tragic death of George Floyd and others that are brought up racial. The racial injustices to a to a peak, and it has been motivating for me to listen and learn and. I'm very. Happy with the journey I've been on and by no means. Preaching to others, but if if others could find a way. To, listen and learn and see where their heart stick them. I think that they would have a much broader view of the picture at hand, and what all this dealing with what the black community is dealing. Jimmy Johnson last one for you. Have you ever met the football Jimmy Johnson has been Jimmy Johnson, solid. Together. I have I have been around in multiple times. Okay, and for my entire life I have always had my name of Hawaii the last time I saw him. He gave me a hard time and do you know how many people are still my name with you because you? I finally got him back a little. Equal equal spelling errors? Guests right? There I know you know so. Hey, Jimmy, good luck tonight. Hope you see that chequered flag, if not tonight then sometime down the line here and let's reconnect..
"rick carlisle" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Tonight? At Martinsville, speedway NASCAR's going at it one more time, again and You know it's just it's. It's coming fast and furious in the restart if you will of the NASCAR season is, and they were one of the first and they are showing many other sports leagues how it can be done safely, and you can get lost in the competition, and it has been fun to watch and joining us on race day is one of the all time greats and congratulations to him on having the winners grandstand in. Atlanta Motor speedway where NASCAR raced over the weekend. Now name the Johnson grandstand after him Jimmy. Johnson here on the richeisenshow. How are you Jimmy? Doing I love that dialogue earlier about faculties that. Yes we're. That was during the commercial break of the NBC audience will bring it right here. You did a sportscenter commercial. Would Steve Levy my nickname in many big nickname for him is big bag leaves right. You did a sports center where you. You took apart a speed bump in the in the Bristol parking lot. In our cars are pretty loaded with ground clearly out. On My car award so. That was the play on. Center? Where are you calling right now from Jimmy? Where are you right now? I? Yeah I'm in my car driving to the race track and their. Destruction that's like my tires, extra out on my car swamped. Okay! This is Great I. Mean I'm so I'm talking to a NASCAR legend driving to race a NASCAR race. That's actually what's happening right now. That is exactly why can't I know you're humble man? I can call you a NASCAR legend. I your seven Time Cup series champion What are you thinking about? Other than calling into the rich Eisen show, which I'm greatly appreciative. What do you think about going to A track for race. What goes through your mind? Jimmy Yeah the way we're, too. We're running. Racing now is way different than what I've been accustomed to. Many more responsibilities of my cure that's required. In the cars, so I literally washing my firesuits fireproof underwear they go with it have a cool shirt system that I need to look after maintenance, my helmet and maintain balance the radio system that goes with it. hydration system that goes in the car to everything that I come in contact with with compartmentalizing things to stay safe spot for now inherited all of those responsibilities so literally I was struggling earlier. Making sure that all that stuff packed up and rice wouldn't jumps to track and. not have something that I needed. But as I'm driving up, you know without practice or qualifying really isn't a lot to be. Worried about. Cars going to roll it off transporter they unloaded and goes through tack on the grid and I get in the first time we make. Is One of our brave mom so this. And what is it like been racing? During the pandemic Jimmy! Is it once you're out there, you forget about. There's no fans you forget about the fact that when you do have to Do anything that there's a health protocol involved in it. Yeah the Fan Peace without a doubt, three race post race. Music Dan. There's so many. Parts of my experienced hours without a doubt, notices mansard. They're technically in these huge. With, only you. Central Personnel actually racing, not like a practice session or this desire. When you're in the car and at Works Char I live is so focused. Dot Competition caught up battling editors. Card so Kennel side that I'm thankful that I'm not in a sport. Where you really feed off. He had are here. You can hear the fanciest feed off of that. That would take a huge just continues to. So in in the racing that space, it is business as usual, but essentially out that. Way. So we were just talking with our previous guests. About the last dance this is your I. Guess last ride, right and not tonight specifically, but this last season is Ernie thought in your mind Jimmy on unless I'm telling any tales out of school. When it comes to this thought process for you any thought on your mind saying you know what? this last season being so unique, it's in the middle of a pandemic I. WanNa maybe that the next NASCAR season. Isn't in the midst of the pandemic that what we are living lifelike and covid nineteen world is removed, and you could just have one last if you will normal season anything like going through your mind Jimmy. Started that question was asked. Media then even even in my own and chat over with my wife. But as I went through the Warranty Hawk down experience. I had a real look at what life might be like dot racing every weekend. And it really only. My feeling. Make this my last time. cut your. Car. And would also help speak stick to. That is I have a bucket list of braces. Bucket list of cars that I still want to experience. So. What's currently a sport where I can? And I've had enough success I. That's really hopefully call shots to eight. Here's here's the top four or five races. I've always wanted to experience, but haven't had the time to because I'm thirty. You're in basketball so I'm looking at that list now trying to develop. The lockdown at shutdown. Each Other you know, follow not sure what twenty one. But that was my plant. Pre pandemic was yeah. Let me go race these different cars. All. These different tracks different series and really really have fun and bring it down ten to fifteen. Eight so. Can you walk me through that list right now? Jimmy, Johnson. Absolutely yeah, so for me. I think it's kind of a mixed bag of. Being honest with myself about Gypsies. It'll go away quickly. Sin That would be kidney car. I've always wanted to raise at unique car. I'm not interested in their own. Out, but to experience for their cars are worse or broke. Courses would be really amazing enemy. I chance struggled for one car a couple of years ago and then that just the US you're like. Wow, this is amazing alerting more that. Have always had a big interested in sports car racing. And there's a longer runway for that kind of racing for me. Car Kia that there would be twenty four hours of law There's another kid. States called the Rolex twenty four, so there's sportsburry snuff like really hard. Well I mean so. You're saying you're talking. You're talking bucket list in the brickyard on Memorial Day weekend is not on your bucket list Jimmy Johnson if you could. You know as a young man without a family. The indy five hundred was absolutely top.
"rick carlisle" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"On that Pacers team that was so prominently featured in the final couple episodes of the last dance, the Jordan documentary on ESPN your Larry Bird. Assist in your also player on the Knicks, teams as Jordan was ascending towards his six championships. Did you learn anything from that last dance rick? Macci. I assume you did. I mean you know? Learn anything. I thought I thought the the entire. documentary was extremely well done I mean I. You know. That kind of access and those kinds of being able to see in locker rooms, practices see. Inside Hotel Rooms, and you know and all the different things that were going on. It was laid out in such a way that. You. Know you. You could really get a feel for the chronology of it as well as the impact of all those things I. Think you know look looking at that at that entire series. You know it's just it puts. You know a me more of Phil Jackson and what he accomplished. You know it's very unusual. And unusually challenging situations and how he was. Constantly able to finish with all these teams and win and win championships and we had him on a Coaches Association. Membership Wide Zoom Paul. This past Monday and we had one of our development sessions and we had. Over, a hundred and fifty of our to one hundred ninety coaches on Fills out zoom call and he was taking questions from our membership. You know on just. On various different things It's so. You know I thought it was great I I love the focus of the last dance on. You know when you play during that period of time. The number one focus you know with with the great players. Championship. how many rings you know how many you got. Expletive, you know. Between Michael and Larry after that game seven, Rick, we caught that one we. What they caught between the two them with the House we saw about I'm talking about. When I was playing with bird was playing Jordan was playing with magic was playing. You know I mean. You know I looked putting myself in with those guys you know in A. Sense you know talking about when we were me? Magic Larry and I'm not trying to be too presumptuous here. Bus I just remember that. You know and and I say Thomas in Dumars. And all those guys I. It was all about. It was all about the big prize, and I love the fact that that documentary really. Focused on the obsession with. Championships and I think it's a great message for today's players her because look back in those days. Nobody even had cell phones. You know what I mean. Let alone social media, and all the different kinds of distractions and things going on today. and there's a lot more money flying around today CETERA. You know the the focus in the emphasis on winning titles was just that was that was a beautiful thing for me to say I've been fortunate to be to championship teams in the NBA. One playing one coaching I know how hard it is. And that feeling you get you know when when you get. When you to the end, and and you've and you accomplished I. Mean I, it's A. It's a it's a magical. To magical feeling that can never be duplicated, rick thanks for the call. Really appreciate it enjoyed our conversation. Good luck with you as you get to. Disneyworld and and hopefully everybody is safe and healthy, and we can't wait to watch the competition. Thank you for the call all right, thanks. Rick Carlisle the head coach of the Dallas Mavericks. by the way the zoom chat with Phil Jackson was called what to do. When your general manager says, you will not be hired back seventy two and Jimmy Johnson we got the chequered flag ready for him when we come back. It is wild, right? Doesn't.
"rick carlisle" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
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Mavs' Doncic to miss at least 6 games with sprained ankle
"Maverick star guard look at don church has been ruled out for at least the next six games with a right ankle sprain he suffered in practice on Thursday head coach Rick Carlisle made the announcement on Friday so that means no Dodge tonight as the Mavericks and rockets are gathering in Houston during the third quarter was seven minutes to play rockets leader eighty two seventy both Chris stops forcing isn't James harden lead their respective sides with
"rick carlisle" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"From mavs coach Rick Carlisle in the sudden death of Kobe Bryant but first as always we go take a look at traffic and weather together here's you in Rogers six thirty five that's going to be a tough go heading from garland to mesquite the south bound east bound cited oats still have a wreck in two right lanes and so you're gonna have a back up that stretches beyond Plano road almost royal Millar Tollin or found Addison that's no good a record Arapahoe will block the left lane and will cause a back up to the tune of about ten to twelve minutes from LBJ freeway if it's worse than that feel free to let us know two one four two one nine ten eighty eastbound thirty roads hill road just before you get to the the bush turnpike in Rowlett you've got an accident there that's already got a slowdown going from about Broadway belt line and east bell one seventy five watch for that still at pine that still taking away lane of traffic and still slow you back beyond where you merging with forty five county pretty clean drive back over to Dallas County though because this is a major thoroughfare northwest highway blocked with some pretty major construction westbound at the Harry Hines and forty two interchange and that means some serious delay from web chapel also every pretty much every side street in the area is jam packed with traffic that's trying to detour through there I'm Julie Rogers next reported seven eighteen on your traffic leader I'm in B. C. five chief meteorologist Rick Mitchell tonight becoming cloudy light rain developing a low in the lower fifties tomorrow some light rain around I'd say the steadiest.
Mavericks Center Dwight Powell Suffers Achilles Tendon Injury
"Happen the Mavericks lose a game and an important player in the mass one ten one oh seven loss to the clippers center Dwight Powell land for the non contact right Achilles tendon injury in the first quarter he will have an MRI to day but head coach Rick Carlisle did not sound optimistic fears to be severe but we won't know for sure until it's there's a diagnostic test on so just that's a real tough one real tough one to donjon score thirty six with ten rebounds and nine assists Kristaps porzingis scored ten after missing ten games with a sore right knee but the Mavericks four game winning streak
"rick carlisle" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"PODCAST live from an undisclosed location occasion in New York City New York. I'm very excited to be joined by. Truly one of the greatest coaches of all time one of the most interesting people in the NBA The longtime coach of the Dallas Mavericks and former coach both the Pistons and the Pacers. Mr Rick Carlisle how are you. I'm well you're well good to be on the low post. I don't think the low post. Yeah it's fun seeing it's upon I got that of the sixteen. Th The coach of the six and four Dallas Mavericks coming off a tough loss to a very feisty Boston Celtics takes team. You are going into the proverbial lions then in a couple of days in Madison Square Garden. Although the lions are not going to be out for you they're going to be out for all sorts of other other stuff. Have you talked to Porzingas at all. About what the atmosphere is going to be like and obviously the physical stuff is brewing. Are you just like or each's laser on like the Knicks. Just beat us in Dallas was beat them. Well IT'S A. There's a lot going on. I think that's that's an accurate securit portrayal of the situation. And you know the game in two days at the garden is really kind kind of a confluence of a lot of different things that are going on the bottom line is they beat us. They played one of their best games of the year. They beat us four days ago or whatever it was it was a disappointing loss for us at home. And we've got to bounce back from that you know in terms of everything going on with KP coming back I don't need to get into a lot of that stuff you know. He's he's aware that there's going to be a lot of attention on this game and and so on and so forth we've we've we've got to focus on ourselves as a team We've got to focus on things that we need to do better that we haven't been doing well In a couple of the last three games you know I guess New York and Boston. We struggled defensively in some areas. That we gotta get spend time on that stuff tomorrow and get ourselves ready the and the game on Thursday that That I'm looking forward to a good test for our team in terms of our ability to focus in bounce back. It's very early. How would you evaluate the fit of Luca and porzingas on offense? So far it's the fit is is great. I mean those are just high level offensive players. You GotTa Guy of Lucas Abilities as a as a ball hayler playmaker maker score. You know everything that he can do. You can post. He can begin. Pass it he can drive it. Capeeze agreed shooter at seven three. And you know capeeze working his way back from a very unusual situation just in terms of the amount of time that he's been away oh it was eighteen eighteen in one thousand nine months and I don't know if any NBA player has ever been offered that amount of time and then come back. But he's doing well you know it's been a little up and down which we knew it was going to be He's had a couple of really spectacular games. He had thirty two against Portland at twenty eight against the Knicks in which was probably his best offensive game from the standpoint of rhythm and spacing and making reads Last night in Boston was a tough night for him. You know you need a poor shooting night and so you know we have a day-to-day to to sorta gather ourselves. We import practice tomorrow and then we play on Thursday practice day in the NBA. Unbelievable yeah every once in a while. Sal You get you know what I Term Quality Practice Day which means you've had one day to rest you know presumably an off day and then you're set up basically to have a full live practice and then you know the game will will follow the next day and the challenge there is to is to do the right amount of stuff right amount of of competing the right amount of you know skill building development refinement. Those kinds of things and the use of time time in the NBA is one of the real challenges chap I believe it One of the things. That's been interesting about Deluca K.. P. Fit is you're playing the two of them most of the time on if not almost all the time with a rim runner like Powell or Cleophas. Actually kind of a nice rim runner free to and it's been interesting to see like if you look at the numbers. Luca has run many more pick and rolls with those two guys with Porzingas in Porzingas is then spotting up around those guys and I wonder like obviously you've noticed that you're the coach. Those guys are elite Rim runners Lucas lab passing this year. What the heck you did him in the summer but the law passing has been ridiculous so accurate and so good? But are you worried at all that that marginalize generalizes Porzingis or that you have a ways to go to sort of make them work together in a two-man game like directly. Yeah some of this stuff is an ongoing doing work in progress. You know one of the things that were that you find in in these situations is that you know there's so much switching now in the NBA NBA. If you set up situations that are going to lead to switches you gotta be careful about then rolling down into kind of a slow moving isolation type situation because you know these are these are very inefficient situations league wide and so when we have our spacing thing the way we like it were were score on the ball at a very very high rate. And you know we're GonNa keep working on finding ways to it to integrate you know the combination of KP and Luca both in a pick and roll situation and also with some off ball actions and some other things and you know. Oh as you mentioned. We're we're pretty early in the process. So we're learning were were communicating and we're trying to make it better every day to switching in an inefficient isolation thing to I'm jumping ahead on my question list but I think one of the Great Forgotten Playoff series of your career. You just nailed exactly what you did to the other team. I want you to see if you can guess it. The other team was a huge favourite in that series. It was the first round. I don't want to give it away too much. And it's within the last last. Eight years I don't know what the Boston no no playoffs. Here you were in. As coach of the Mavericks Mavericks Maven San Antonio San Antonio two thousand fourteen. What if that series like it's these great first round series? We sometimes get forgotten. You were the team that pushed the spurs the hardest that entire playoffs. It came to a game seven. They blew out but that had like a vince. Last second shot shot. That was like kind of a sneaky epic first round series. What are you remember from that and what you did was if I recall you? Put Marian on Tony Parker and you started switching a lot of their two man action to exactly what you just said. Sort of take away their driving kick stuff right. Well you know. They were prolific three point team. And you know they're they're picking roles with their five men led to a lot of situations where a perimeter guys were having a tag the roller and they moved it so well and they got into the lane so quickly that it was hard to get out to those guys and so yeah we we did some things to get ourselves in a position to stay home Oman shooters little more and make them take some tougher two point shots. At least that was what the plan was. And you know in that particular series series. We did a lot of great things. But we're where we really fell. Short was game when we had a real opportunity to win and we had an eight or nine point lead early in the fourth quarter. And we're not able to finish the game and if you're an underdog underdog team on the road in the first two games of a playoff series. Getting that first game is so important now. We did changes everything. Everything right changes the whole series because playing from in front is really what what. It's all about an literally. If you look at how playoff series come come down you know historically or whatever we did win game two And we did win game. Three when Vince hit the shot but winning game one on would've would've put us in a much stronger position to be in a game situation at home with a chance to close it out. Just we didn't get there. We had to win game six to get it to game seven but yeah exactly I think one of the things. You're bringing up here. That's interesting and a lot of a lot of your listeners. That do follow the game closely. Asli in in great detail. People that do remember that series. The game has evolved so much since two thousand fourteen. Yeah I mean this is this is five plus years now and back in those days five outspacing was something that but no one was talking about today. It's it's the norm rather than the exception and I believe the guy that did this I was was don Nelson a golden state You know in the two thousand six two thousand seven timeframe he put five guys around the perimeter and you know he would say basically all right. Garda's one on one and goddess in driving kick. And we dare you to try to stay in front of our Baron Davis Chris and Steve Jackson and Montiel's those guys and then we're going to line-up threes and we're going to make the game fast and you gotta play in our pace and he was the first one that did it. It probably seemed gimmicky at the time but that concept it is something that today is really the signature of today's game. If you talked about the rockets were here last week and Dantonio our talking a little bit at this actual same location national right now if you talk to him about his sons teams in his big regret. Other than all the stuff to suspensions and stuff that happened to them in the playoffs was in retrospect we didn't take it far enough. Nash should have shot more threes. I should have played Marian at the five sometimes like we just didn't take it far enough and it's interesting to hear him talk about it. He's like we just just didn't feel we've we felt internally that everyone else felt it was a gimmick at that got in our heads it got in our heads that we're like maybe maybe we're being too unconventional maybe. This really doesn't work in Guy. This is interesting to hear him talk about like. That's his big regret. Well that is interesting and you know to really the first team that was able to win playing smaller Golden State. And they did it. You know speed the game up in two thousand fifteen. They're a big adjustment in their series against Cleveland was to basically put big a dollar. Five Green at the five Kalikim became in then year. Here Barnes were the four men and you know they sped it up and played faster and they did take it to an extreme. It's interesting that Mike. Mike Mike said those things you know. His Phoenix teams. Were were really really really difficult to play. I imagine it was ninety dollars then. They're playing so much faster. Yeah I mean you know. When they were in their heyday? We had pretty good teams in Indiana when I was there and we may have beaten him once or twice and one of them was a game. More Nash went on the first quarter with tweaked an ankle or something like that so we got. We got a little fortunate because he was he was really the motor motor in the engine. That was driving that whole thing to a large degree. But it's interesting that Mike would have those kinds of thoughts about it but I understand where he's coming from sometimes for inspiration so you just have to look up for more than sixty years. The Goodyear Blimp is fueled greatness on the Gridiron by providing aerial coverage of some.
Mavs coach Rick Carlisle thinks Kristaps Porzingis brings another Dirk Nowitzki-Steve Nash type combo with Luka Doncic
"We do have Rick Carlisle's quotes regarding the porzingas blockbuster. He told one of three point three FM ESPN. Here's a quote, we obviously think porzingas is a great young talent similar in many ways to Dirk, this is a kind of a jerk and Nash type of situation only these guys are taller there. There are other good players in this deal. Hardaway juniors terrific shooter and a proven to guard in this league. Courtney Lee has been a guy that's been out of the rotation in New York because they've been going young and all of that kind of stuff, but he's a guy that can still play the game. Well, he's a good defender and shoots the ball. Well, and trae Burks resurrected his career Dennis Smith has had a really terrific year and a half in terms of growth. I mean, he tops it off last night with a triple double. Well, he's a tremendous young player and New York is such an exciting environment for a guy like him. It'll be a great situation for him. So coach Rick Carlisle chimes in and gives that sort of low expectation Durkan Dirk Nash combo so to help us break down. Go ahead, sir. I'm gonna say, unfortunately Smith junior being good is bad for the next gonna make them play better. And they wanna be worse fair fair point because it right now, it's all in Brazil,
"rick carlisle" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Well, yeah, it's it's become in many ways. Matthew quesion? You know, the the three point shot is one of the most potent weapons, you know, in our game just flat out in the term that the analytics guys uses is shot value. So where you know in the eighties nineties the premium was on getting the ball into the post grinding for shots in the paint. You know, or the post area know, oftentimes, you're going up against two and possibly even three defenders like, you know, what I was playing in the league guys like Kevin McHale and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and you know, Robert perish and even bird at times when he's going into the post would see double and triple teams and these guys were still scoring against that. But those are two point shots against multiple defenders. Well, now, you know, the game is changed. And there were there were struggles with. Scoring in the nineties as the game guy. Extremely physical. And then, you know, everyone was was looking at what judgments could possibly be made. You know? There was always talk about. Hey, you know, athletes are getting bigger and more dynamic the courts got small. They gotta make court bigger. You know, people talked about raising the basket and all this other stuff. Well, the answer was way to make the floor bigger was to increase shooting range in the increase how you view the game in general so instead of having three shooters too big on the floor which was going on in the eighties nineties. Now, you have at least four shooters and usually a big it's a roller in a rim threat on lot cetera. And, you know, quite frankly, Stephen now now, there's I'd say greater percentage of five men in the NBA, the do shoots a three. I mean, you look around. Andre Drummond, shooting them kids in Orlando is in liberally shouldn't the three, you know, gallon Daniela's. Yup. Valance Unisys shooting up in up in Toronto. Of course. Baako start some of their games with their in Toronto is is a good three point share Yokich in in Denver. You know? And so it's it's just a it's a change. It's a changed world. And the one thing about the NBA and really probably most sports, you know with. Possibly the exception of baseball which just has such kind of a traditional way of of the game being played. You know, you've got to be an adaptive franchise, you you gotta be an adaptive coach in terms of how you're open to change. And you gotta be on the forefront of of looking for ways to to do things that are different. And so it's just it's turned into a game is just amazingly exciting. Fast pace have been really good at Justice to the NBA game in terms of the flow. There's less time outs. Therefore, uninterrupted action. You know, you go from the end of the second quarter of the may and third quarter quicker. There's less delays was less delays on three throws. I mean, the league's really Denic good job of streamlining the game. And with all these skill and pace. You know? It's it's it was always too. Me the most compelling game. Because you know, the players are there in tank tops and shorts. You know, they're not they don't have batting helmets or baseball, hats or helmets. You know, like hockey and football. And you know, the NBA game is is really out there. So you're if you're somebody sitting courtside an NBA in Jimenez. minutes. I mean, you're in the action. It's yeah. I I love our game. Now as much or more than I've ever loved it. Because I see the compelling nature of it. And it's exciting to be a part of and if you're in the Western Conference, I mean, I'll just I'll just give you this. Because I I wrote the standings down today. I don't really look at them because you know, you get a little bit too much of the results kind of boat. You got to kind of stay in the process, but you know, the difference between the number four spot in the west and the number ten spot. The west is basically trading up games. You know?.
"rick carlisle" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"He's he's guarding the hardest guy usually at the four position every night. You know, three nights ago, we guarded Tobias Harris and in did a great job on him. You know last night. He is starting to meet who's a good player. And then, you know, me news guarding him in a very defensive player. And so, you know, the match up. There was challenging both ways. You say Stephen guys guys a champion Spar player in winter. And you know, I just I just love the the sort of consistency and toughness that he brings to our team in that starting lineup. You know, it's interesting because all the years that we've spent so many times talking about basketball. I remember reading a recent quote from your quote prior to the season that is well somewhere in October where you were talking about pace of play. You were talking about the three point shot. More free throws. You know, the reset the new rule recession o'clock, you get an offensive rebound shot. Clock doesn't go back to twenty four seconds of goes to fourteen seconds. You will wondering how long does pace was going to last. But you were talking about the high scoring that you would give it up on like the first two games of the season where y'all gave up like one hundred and twenty eight and then obviously, you're shutdown Chicago Bulls, and you said you're going to be interesting to see how this season progress. Talk to me about what the NBA is about right now in terms of pace of play. And what an adjustment it is that coaches and players themselves have to make in today's game compared to what they had to make. Let's say two or three seasons ago. What is it? Like right now, can you break that down force?.
"rick carlisle" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"The NBA at six seven and to be honest. You know, he his films from Real Madrid were were little bit deceptive because of the level of competition in and the level of athleticism not being the same as the NBA. There were things about this kid that didn't show up. I mean, you you don't get it did not get a real great field for his size and strength and his his quickness he has a real deceptive put us about them. And so you know, we drafted him. We didn't play during the summer league because he had just. Gotten done, basically a plane two straight years of basketball. We felt he needed a break to you know, to recover, and and look the NBA seasons a big grind. If we didn't do that. You know by the time we hit December. He would have been toast. And so you know that was right move. But we didn't really I started watching the guy play live until you know, early mid part of the of September when you came to Dallas, and we found right away. Was you know, it gets the ball up and down. He has a mazing facial floor. All the skills, and he's a fun guy to play with guys like, you know, really quite playing with them a lot because he's always looking you know, for for his teammates and these one of these players. Gets gets more pleasure out of you know, involving a teammate and getting an assist than scoring a basket. So you know, the way you started out. He's scoring the ball. Well, buddy also is is a terrific playmaker. So we're obviously pleased and learning learning all the time with the fact that he's been professional player over there for six or seven years coming into the NBA has has given him, you know, an unusual headstart on unprofessional basketball in American. Recall head coach for the Dallas Mavericks right here with Steven ESPN radio. ESPN news. You know, I love the acquisition of the Andre Jordan. He's averaging nearly fourteen rebounds a game. I think it's like thirteen point eight right now, I love the growth that I'm seeing from Dennis with juniors. Well, but I gotta tell you. I'm sorta surprised pleasantly. So by what I'm seeing from Harrison bonds he needs to shoot better from the field. But from three point range, he looks pretty solid. And we know what he brings to the table. He's a champion. He went to two MBA finals with the Golden State Warriors. He's your second leading scorer. How have you felt about him? And the maturation process you've been witnessing having him when you squat. Yeah. Our our season. Didn't didn't take a turn for the better really until he was back? You know, we started out to in one. Then we had a five or six game losing streak when we had a very tough schedule and or on the road and stuff like that. And then then he came back, and as he's gotten his legs and got integrated with what we're doing. He is a major major part of our recent success because first and foremost you'd become one of the best defenders on our team. And if you're going to be attained with an identity defense for teen, you know, the fest players have to buy into that. And he he is he is totally bought into it..
"rick carlisle" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Are you? I'm doing great man is great to talk to you. Let let let's get right to it. What the hell is going on? With the Dallas Mavericks. I'm looking at this kid, look dodge. I mean coach this do look special man, I can't deny. He looks absolutely special talk to me about your team talk to me about what this kid is bringing to your team at age nineteen years of age. Well, we had a slow start. You know, we had some injury stuff early. I Harrison Barnes was missed the first five games. I think and taking a while to get him back feeling good in conditioned having his rhythm all that. We didn't defend well early during this period where we've had a very good run. We've had a recommitment to defense, you know, during this. I think it's about a two and a half three week period. You know, we're we may be number one in the NBA in defense points per possession, which is a very important thing because the team needs to have an identity and so that that's helped turn our season around of late. We need to continue with that. We're playing at New Orleans tonight, which is an offensive juggernaut with, you know, drew holiday, and and Anthony Davis and mirror tits and a bunch of guys that can really get up and down and make shots with respect to Donncha, which you know. He's terrific young player. He plays beyond his ears. He's got very good knowledge. Wisdom of aim. He's he's deceptively dynamic in athletic. You understand the game? He's getting better defensively. And he just you know, it gives us another guy that can it can make plays. And when you have, you know, in today's NBA guess the best way to say it is you can never have too many playmakers. It's like, you know, be the defense coordinator in the NFL. You can never have too many good defensive backs. You know, interesting coach this nineteen, but you know, everybody raved about what they saw from him in Europe when he was playing for Real Madrid. They talked about I was fourteen fifteen years of age and has been competing against grown men ever since you took him with the third overall picky. You explain to our audience what kind of things get taken into consideration. When you've got a pick is high as you guys have had and you spend it on a European play who six seven by the way about two twenty and obviously have the playmaking ability. But again, a lot of people are not familiar with the brand of basketball that has played in Europe. Can you talk about how much that factored into you guys? Having a fake that you have in him to pick him third overall in last Jewish draft. Yeah. You know, he he really is natural position is point guard, and you know, what's his size, and the fact that European guy you wouldn't think that that a guy nineteen years old from Slovenia could be viable guy to play point in.
"rick carlisle" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"I covered in Portland, maybe the nicest guy I've ever met in pro sports. Rick Carlisle's, the nicest guy in the NBA. Everybody loves Rick Carlisle, Rick Carlisle could not get Rondo outta town fast enough. So there's a big difference between demanding Chris Paul's demanding. He was demanding Blake Griffin. Hit your free throws. Learn to hit a three Blake Griffin the Andre Jordan being the right place at the right time. That's demanding. That is by the way, Blake had a nice night last night. But he's disappeared. Without Chris Paul so's d Andre Jordan. He demand I've worked with manning people. I'm all for it difficult people are impossible. And so getting bring up your kids about rules, and I would never bring up your kids. But it should also be noted that you should tell your kids that life's a resume based on choices. Rondos not gonna get the benefit of the doubt in this fight. He's not going to get the he's not as good as Chris Paul. Chris Paul has multiple examples where left teams they've gotten worse entered a team they got better. I mean, the New Orleans was garbage. Chris Paul ends up in New Orleans. They have their best years leaves the going to the tank clippers were embarrassing for years goes, Los Angeles, Clippers aren't embarrassing cross down. Lakers rockets were kind of plateaued. Oh, he goes over to James harden. It won't work. Oh, it does. He even got along. With James harden? Who's a guard who shoots a lot? You can say what you want about Chris, Paul. But he's worked with Doc Rivers. He worked in New Orleans. He's working with Dan, Tony. He's telling me who Rondos work with. I mean, tell me nobody that's not demanding that's difficult, and by the way, LeBron and Chris Paul are best friends, and and you just through LeBron's best friend under the bus net. Not good. That relationship. I guarantee a- is going to be strained from this point forward. I mean, number almost say it. But this is why sixteenths five years. Chris Paul's not been on sixteen in five years. Chris Paul was in New Orleans doing a great job. And then they tried to try to middle Lakers in the NBA known said he's too good today. That's not unfair. So we ended up at the clippers you stay with the clippers for years and years and years nears. And then finally you got tired of the clippers dysfunction and went to Houston, and he'll end his career in Houston three stops in the NBA is no biggie. Six teams five years. That's a problem. That's on you sixteenths five years is on you. So whoever started the fight Rana can't come out and throw arrows and sling arrows at Chris Paul. Chris Paul has got a lot more friends in this league than Rondo does. He's a better player than Rondo is. And that goes without saying one more heard the herd. Streams twenty four hours a day seven days a week within the iheartradio app. Search..
Mavericks sign free agent center DeAndre Jordan
"Of the art back here on the kfc masterpiece on one zero five three the fan we got all sorts of nba stuff to drive home here right now we're watching the dallas mavericks and the phoenix suns in a summer league game right now we're dennis smith junior dunked on people and stuff because that's what he do but will you tell everyone why you've already turned on the andrei ate and ate his face i mean look from the neck down he's the perfect specimen for the nba neck up do you think there's a requisite for neck up nope i don't think there is because i mean look at greg oden man not everybody can be chandler parsons okay you're right everybody needs a bad as good in the nba is greg oden was the but i will say that like we're watching we're watching we're in a lot of different things desma junior the one guy that's really the guy that i'm keeping an eye on is jalen brunson the villanova he's a he's a smart player not the biggest not the most athletic but he's a smart player and that's something that i think this team can rick carlisle can use utilize a smart player anytime plus he's a damn winner yeah i don't understand why sometimes that doesn't get more credit was a winner kevin yeah well he won a playoff game so at this point would you take a playoff win if you're the mavs i'm just saying it's not like jalen brunson was part of the championship team he was like the guy that led the championship team so i think that type of leadership qualities important the big news of the day and i listen if you don't think this is big news you're insane deandre jordan a fish socially becomes a maverick today huge me because i literally i seriously thought it wasn't going to happen i knew it was big news because somebody hit me up on facebook messenger was like hey how come we haven't heard anything about the andrea do you think he's backing out and house like kind of and like i wanted to say no but then when the more i thought about it i was like ooh yeah maybe and so it's it's done signed sealed delivered by the way we broke that news on our facebook page for people wanna follow us on facebook the kfc masterpiece or on twitter at k and c one zero five three and we'll be breaking news all next week oh man probably plus and i ride a lot of blogs one of us more than the other ira one too and so we usually post the blogs up at can see one zero five three as well if you wanna follow us there but it is official it's done and heino the conversation that we had the other day and i'm still not ready to forgive but from a strictly financial point of view this move makes a lot of sense to me because now the contract of deandre jordan comes off the books next year the contract of wesley matthews comes off the books i think it's possible the harrison barnes could opt out if he wanted to so that could go off the books now that i'm an ticipant adding that because i think they want to keep him but the point is that's like forty million dollars that just comes off the books if you think that you're going to be in a position dirt dirt doesn't cost anything sure yeah mean even if he's not coming back i think he's done so he's not constant anything there's a tiny tiny part of me that i i this is all we were going to get into but as long as you brought it up here's a tiny tiny part of me that thinks yeah i could see why you said that before but let's say that.
"rick carlisle" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Irving jimmy butler and others than expected to be available next summer what about dallas being a major player in free agency not just the draft what do you say to those who questioned will have those questions about the dallas mavericks well you know going forward he what we're doing here is pretty gather a core group of dynamic young players that people in free agency there are available and free agency are gonna look at you know what know that's a that's a that i'd like to play with i mean who wouldn't wanna play with you know guy creator penetrator like dennis smith a spacer and playmaker like don kits and a guy like barnes who can you know play the three play the four and a twenty point score or i just think part of rebuilding a championship team is that unfortunately you have to get bad which we've been the last couple of years but the fruit the fruit of of those difficulties is you know the ninth pick last year for smith and the third pick this year for dodge and now we've got to move this thing forward but you know you know looking into the future i think he i think you build a core group of dynamic in players which is what we're doing in the frequency thing we'll take care of it self before i let you get on outta here coach rick carlisle i gotta ask you you know i know that you don't have time to pay attention to too many other teams or whatever but the draft was very very intriguing last night any pickups in the nba draft that stood out in your mind any players that got picked up by the teams that really really stood out for you that made you raise an eyebrow her and this could be really really interesting any thoughts you know our season was over on april tenth and so from april tenth to june twenty first you know that's a long time in nba years i mean it's like it's like light years so i've been studying the draft harder than i ever have as a head coach 'cause because of where we were picking and i got so familiar with the draft i am really not shocked at anything that that happened out there what's going to be interesting for me is to see some of the players were drafted in the early twenties through the late thirties because a lot of those guys were guys that were very interchangeable that could have been guy in the mid twenties could've they could've easily been in the mid three i wanna see which of those guys you know end up becoming big time contributors on teams coaching we'll have a lot to do with it fit will have a lot to do with it and then you know on draft night you've gotta have a gut feel as a general manager or older or wherever you're decision maker is because it's an inexact science i mean there there is no way to truly quantify everything that goes on when it comes down to drafting players in any sport really appreciate your time buddy i know you get ready hanson business there with the team but thank you so much for taking time out of these schedule come on show by that really appreciate it thanks so much congratulations to all right always a pleasure safe take care thanks a lot buddy the one and only recall right here with steven a on espn radio hey listen he got young guy don is what they say he supposed to be along with the way dennis smith junior looked last year or harrison barnes continues to grow and develop a champion after a one championship golden state if those things continue to happen again you're going to build with young guys but they're still going to have to get something in free agency eventually if you had a dallas mavericks because fiske's about to get on outta here but then again again you got a great coach recall oh clearly knows what he's doing got some young players let's see what what it pans out to be let's just see no question about it they haven't got donshik you could hear that in creek voice no doubt about that tell you something else too recall two years in detroit sixty one percent of his games recall head coach in indiana one fifty five percent of.
"rick carlisle" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Pitcher brad stevens because i was honestly there to study him to see how he works in time is because i want to be a coach one day so i was actually studying him in watching him people that actually know the game you know he he's a smart guy a lot of stuff he did in the game yesterday i saw i really i really caught on to what he was doing with with substitution and i stuff like that so coaching is important because i wouldn't be the player i was if if i had mike brown and gregg popovich and boone noser and then growing going to different teams and plan for guys like larry brown rick carlisle you know and and other coaches you know so coaching was definitely good for me and is definitely important in the game because if you don't have it you know i it it can make a break you what do you think about the way the stevens handles his team because it's a lot different than popovich yeah you know i think they but at the end of the day what's the same is they trust them they trust their coach and that's what they are buying nobody's worried about their own personal gain everybody's playing together and when you have a team fifteen guys plan as a team and plan for each other considering everything they went through is easy easy to see that he gives everybody the same confidence nobody's better than the next guy and that's what pop did poppies to scream at me like screamed at tim duncan you know it was no difference we all have the same common goal is to be champion so when coaches can do that when you can get these guys to respect you know a lot of a lot of times players don't respect you know certain coaches that especially when you can tell it they know what they don't know what they're doing or they've never played the game and and i've hear that from players all the time you know that they liked being around people to know the game because it's cert situations that they can ask questions about that go on in the game that actual player can.
"rick carlisle" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"People around the nba no him see what he's doing and they've taken notice says great quote rick carlisle rick carlisle said quote in our profession bread has become a legend he has just been unshakable is a leader and quote it's amazing from great coach rick carlisle saying that about a colleague he's become a legend in our business he's unshakable as a leader so when you see them go down the way they did last night you know they're going to be fine at least the guy leading from the front like that rome epic interview with coach brown i wanted more the seventy sixers are straight of dope and what all teams want to be in the new nba after listening to coach i felt like i was on the team great conversation be w in sp wore a beer with coach brown and the sixers and one tweet from at mailman casey love the fire and passion joel embiid has for the game were embiid back to help win the east on war kevin hart trying to help their so going back and forth doin jay and kevin hart kevin kevin kevin kevin let go you're not helping him you hurt them i mean whatever its efforts to go throw back the way he did but if this guy's lighting it up the way he isn't he's feeling it maybe just leave it alone all right so my thanks to brett brown again it says a lot about him he committed to that interview before that game and listen i'll be honest whenever we have an interview booked before a game or event and that team doesn't win you always wonder is the player or coach still going to do it had he pulled out of the interview.
"rick carlisle" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"We'll get to that in a second also i loved that lane kiffan basically with founded coach who knows wonder stands that everything is as ridiculous as we think it it everything in sports he does not care about nca ruled he comes on here any jokes about tweeting to lamar jackson he doesn't care about the ncaa rules and it is ridiculous when you dig it added of course it's right lil as what do you think he's going to leave low he will become the voice of course it's ridiculous but he's he's thumbing his nose at the at the authorities espn radio is presented by progressive adjoured guesstimate in laboratory gel appear via the shell pennzoil performance lime reese dave is gonna join us there and just a second so that's one of the reasons it so one of the reasons that so inspiring the ceiling kiffan just of urinating all over the place and it look at this war we got going on right now with the nba coaches super serious like rick carlisle and stand vein gandhi a friend stand van gundy going after the bar ball or having the for being glittery right angry for being a pervert for being allowed thing that comes in upsets their social circle they're coming at us forgive nor platform riper make him a story iraq they're mad at espn because we're partners when the nba and they don't want live our ball criticizing their coaches and now the coaches uniting you can't get these coaches t night on anything and they're uniting against lavarra ball of a stick to coaching we have the entertainment decisions to us as that's them i mean rick carlisle honestly he wants us to cover all gem these coaches are talent espn how to run his business you're a member hold on a second refill will get you in a second but you're a member do you remember when sam and gundy was going to be the doug collins he was going to be on that pregame show nba ferry was really honest and really fortright and he was somebody who was going to say interesting things become a personality on television it was all set to happen and somewhere along the line david stern next it because of this partnership between the nba and basketball and an and.
"rick carlisle" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Televise the sec championship game that is tonight if you wanna watch the champions of the south eastern conference crowned that will happen tonight the rightful national champions will be celebrating in orlando without us they didn't want our tshirts or a trophy it has been a despondent weekend for mike we'll get into that in a segment guts to guts as we can observations to get to in a second we've got sean mcdonough getting very emotional as john bruton's leaving in a second but first i want to go to rick carlisle here rick carlisle there is very little in life anywhere in public life police officers maybe that are closer together then nba coaches nba coaches defend nba coaches you've have never heard in nba coach rip another nba coach the analysis of games done by broadcasters were former nba coaches are always very very gentle to the coaches you will never here a former coach say that coach's lousy that coach's game plan stunk you'll never hear you'll hear players say about player right you're here entertainer saint about entertainers the code of coaches might be bit put it on the poll ghirma is the code of coaches better and stronger than even the code of the police force i'm sure you're right i feel like phil jackson has ripta coach before judge just phil jackson bite fight but he'll never say someone did a poor job coaching even you will never there could be a game in which a coach is totally incompetent and you will not hear any one from coaching beyond past coach's future coaches former coaches present coaches no one will ever say that guy did a horse bleep job preparing for that game but rick carlisle is like the face of this recall out loves defending coaches his coaches don't get enough protection coaches are mistreated making millions of dollars standing there on the sidelines control freaks who don't have any actual control of the results of the game so here's rick carlisle telling you that loop walton is good coach lukewarm very good loop walton luke he doesn't deserve than lonzo ball being near.
"rick carlisle" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Do this i just feel like we have to lavarra ball over the weekend look nobody wants to talk about live our ball anymore and i'm i'm as as fatigued on him as anybody but him coming out and say nobody listens to luke walton that he's essentially of bomb he's not a coach that they'll listen to as like okay it just another outrageous quote from a guy who's just made it he's making a mockery of basketball he's just kind of an annoying guy i want to shout out rick carlisle who is a notorious curmudgeon truly one of the great curmudgeon in nba coaching in a sport where ping occur much and really doesn't pay off i know gregg popovich is kurt muchness with the media but rick carlisle despite looking like jim carey he is correction is with everyone and for him to come out and really shame espn and jeff good men and all these clowns they're just weighed on every word for lavarra ball i i just wanted my cap to rick carlisle quote they should look at their sources and do a better job of determining where they have any merit or any validity or are they just blow hard loud so i don't want to get into the ball because he is just he's a clown but i like rick carlisle calling out espn you don't blame the mule for being stubborn you blame the jockey the jumps up on its back at the pleasanton alameda county fairgrounds in and horse track their tries to steer the meal that's who you blame and jeff good men and espn and dave mcmenamin and all these guys that run til of our ball for quotes you know why they're doing it they're doing it for outrageous content and look i like outrageous can't it is much as the next guy i liked bombast i like all that stuff i love the wicker sham peace because it was so median juicy and dramatic and probably have very little impact on what the patriots to in the playoffs in their run to another lombardi trophy i admit i like i like bombast but there has to have some merit to it some value to it and this guy is an absolute food and.