17 Burst results for "Ryan Phillips"

"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"ABC mismanaged been around a while. He's he's right here on the rich Eisen show. Please to have somebody who I've I've I've seen in many a school courtyard since our kids went to school together back in the day. Brechin Margaret to see a man. Thanks. Good to have you finally hear. Yes. Absolutely. You got a few buddies on. Ryan phillips. On him. Was about eighteen we met at an audition for a movie of the week, starring Meredith Baxter birney, of course. And it came down to the two of us. And he didn't have a ride home. I had a skateboard and a car. So I gave him a ride home, and he never left who got the gig. I got the gig. I got the I got the gig. And then he then he got some other gigs on cakes will turn out fine. No, he's doing fine. You got to have the family ties. Yes. Baxter birney experience of the film. Do you? Remember, the name of the movie trade the story of two women. Neither were played by me. Where did you choose the betrayed woman's son? Okay. Who I was and it was me marriage Baxter, Suzy, Kurtz. It was a perfect movie. Why don't they make movies of the week anymore man Newman net flicks? Now, there's calm movies. The just call them over the stream. Yeah, it's it. It has a superhero it's a feature film. But if it has no superhero movie of the week. Now, you're born you're born and raised in Los Angeles soda, but I'm here. Okay. Born in Minnesota in Minnesota. My dad was working at the university. And then moved join us too. So you're like the Lakers you moved here from ministers like the Lakers. There's so many similar to be in the Lakers you like the Lakers spinning a basketball on your finger. But just. Exactly. Right. So are you a Lakers fan is that I am a Lakers fan? I grew up. I grew up here in LA going to the forum to see him and then going Staples and the Staples because the state to state. Staples of watch. Yeah. Exactly as long as my hips, not acting up. Yeah. Laker fan. And yeah. Which there's not much to do right now. I know you were asking Chris we're coming on the coaching situation. I know, you know, Luke's out and and he was out for like five minutes. And then he got his came real quick. Didn't he held fast? Well, what do you think of magic just tapping out? Like that man. I don't know, man. I love magic. I I was very very young child watching magic. And then growing up seeing him play actually did a cameo on a TV show. I did like I love magic that. I don't know what I wish I was smart enough to know. Exactly. What to do? I enjoy watching the hell out of them and stuff. But right now, it's kind of tough so on second. So magic showed up on. What did I guess about on this sitcom, I had I had it was like all these sports characters were in my head. So like if my character was debating about whether or not he asked the girl out he turns over and Mills Lane is there going avenue it? Is that for real? My name was there. And so important at one point. It was my characters like I don't know if I'm gonna score cut to Bill Walton standing there going you're gonna score. I swear it's going to happen. You know, all this. And so that was the show into one point magic was on. And I was sitting with magic we're doing an elevator scene. And they were like breaking good you stand up a little taller. And I was like guys he's you know, I'm sending mixed magic..

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"ryan phillips" Discussed on First Take

First Take

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"ryan phillips" Discussed on First Take

"I'm just saying that listen we made so much noise. You got players making so much noise about Colin cap, and Nick and the national anthem, and then you've got folks talking about how he needs to get a job. What about brothers that have paid their dues in the National Football League starving foreign opportunity that are clearly not in the pipeline. When you have a Rooney rule in place that mandates that this opposed to be legitimately considered for these positions. It clearly whereas Jon Gruden with the GM position. Whether it was let's performance San Francisco, whether you have some of these coaches, these coaches that have been hired and the process that has been circumvented them getting the job. Nobody's talking about that. But but we'll talk about. Brought up the stereotype about African American quarterbacks once upon a time because that may have been pushed over now to without even makers realizing giving them the benefit of the doubt that that. Like, why are we seeing more African American candidates as offensive coordinator's, even on the college level that would put them is that the whole over from the idea that they that that they're not a maple of doing that. And that's the point that I was gonna make the big issue right now, whether it be the pros, and in they're just not enough black played callers on either level, and we see where things are trending and it's wanted. On decision makers. But one thing I want to say with Kingsbury and leflore my mind was exactly where you are copycat league. They're looking for the next Sean McVay and the other thought I did have to your point. They also have the complexion for the connection that Lago. Let me ask you this. Because before we go to break, Molly. How do you feel about Kuenssberg getting the job? But Kevin Sunlen was at Texas CNN at a pretty decent. There was games. A heated win against big time competition he should have won. But that guy had to get a job at Arizona because my God, you wasn't going to get an NFL gig. It's the same thing. I talk about we keep talking about McVeigh how that will Anthony lens done this. It's the same by the way, because we haven't really laid out the case against Kingsbury. It seems like because we took it in another direction. If you wanna see the case laid out perfectly the big lead. Ryan Phillips has the case against Kingsbury today. Check it out. It's spells it out. There's really I mean, that's the entire. I also want to say I hope leflore in Kingsbury do a fantastic. Hi, it's a bigger issue. It's much bigger than shoot. To the NFL we go the NFL and NFL PA in a joint statement released today said there is no evidence of targeting or any other impropriety regarding Eric Reid's selection for drug testing this season. Quote, we take any claim questioning the integrity of our collectively bargain performance enhancing, drug policy. Seriously. We asked the independent administrator of the policy to review and produce a report on the claims of targeting a copy of this report, which contains personal and confidential testing information has been provided to Eric Reed. We will not breach any players confidentiality, but can't confirm that the report documents the dates who's randomly selected for testing and the actual dates of the drug tests. The report also demonstrates that Mr. reads tests were randomly generated via computer algorithm, and that his selection for testing was normal. When compared with the number of tests players randomly selected for throat the leave during the time he was on the active roster. There's no evidence of tar. Geting or any other impropriety with respect to his selection for testing max. What's your reaction to all this? They didn't find evidence. Okay. I don't know if they looked to see if the algorithm was overridden at anytime. There's there could be a digital for if they did then in fact, sometimes unlikely events occur. In fact, unlikely events occur all the time. People get struck by lightning. But and it's not quite on that level. It's something like one in ten thousand not one in a million. But it's highly unlikely event that there wasn't some collusion here. But okay, if there wasn't collusion there wasn't collusion..

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"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"Everybody's involved in everybody's on the same page. Now, I'm curious. I don't know if you read into the details about how NCA enforcement will ensure we'll change, but apparently, you know, some of the real changes are they don't have to double verify something. So if the FBI says something, they can just take that as the gospel of what happened and it will be in coaches contracts now that they have to comply with NCA investigations and turn over evidence. And so it's kind of like how they're getting around, not having subpoena power it. Dan Wetzel wrote a great article about how this was really a big money grab. And what's interesting is this part of it I think is really being underplayed because the big headlines are placing agents. Undrafted players can come back, but as you start to dig into it, it almost seems like what's going to happen on the enforcement side and really stick like the NFL. Yeah. Well, look execution, I don't. I don't have a big problem with there. Being harsher penalties on coaches who cheat. I think that's okay. But it does really scare me when the NCAA is taking more power because they haven't proven that they should be trusted with it, especially when it comes to investigations and enforcement. Yeah. I mean, you look at the investigations. I mean, the NCAA wound up getting sued by Penn State. They wound up getting sued by a coach USC. They want getting the things that came out in those cases were in the Miami cases. Well, the things that came out were that the NCAA was doing unscrupulous things to, you know, and likely overstepped its bounds. And you know. I mean, it's fairly obvious. That's what happened. If you give people that power, they will abuse it. It's only a matter of time they make go in with the best of intentions, but they're going to use it of actually. So I agree with you on that that that aspect of it is a problem, especially now that it's been shown that schools can sue the NCAA and be successful to some degree that's going to create situations where you know you have a punishment and then it gets put on hold for seven years while the thing works his way through the courts. I mean, that's that's not that's not good for college athletics to have these big cases hanging over. It's gotta be something where everybody agrees or there's some kind of mechanism in place to find an arbitration, or you know an independent group to evaluate these things. You're listening to a similar call radio, Jared, Morrissey with Ryan Phillips in the coach, brunt on Sony talking about the NCAA rule changes that were announced this week, coach, I wanna get your perspective on..

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"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"Founder of the top ranked Delphi bracket Oji club and. In a surprise. Recent announcement, he was named president of the Hoosier hysteria spirit committee. I'll like Hoosier hysteria who saw that coming. He is the coach Bryant on Sony coach. It's Sony time. What's on your mind. And it's a lull for Indiana, basketball news right now, the players are home and we're couple months away from that awesome event of Hoosier hysteria and and the excitement is building down here in the man cave. But the thing that I'm thinking about is this coaching three hundred sixty five days and you got me on as the coach always gonna talk what I what limited information I know about coaching. It's three hundred sixty five day job and Archie staff don't have the players in town right now to work with them, but they're working on stuff to make Indiana basketball a very special place again and the six banner working towards that six banner and as a coach, myself as we're working on our high school program now and and looking at strategy and things that we want to implement in our program, it is with a lot of excitement to know behind those office doors at call. There is a lot of good work because our ball coaches at work with. A great staff and so that that brings me excitement to see how is he evaluated these players over the summer. What's he going to put in what wrinkles are gonna use from his personal philosophy on offense and defense? And I guess we'll start seeing that at the event on September twenty nine would event is that again. Hoosier hysteria believe. And to my right is a columnist for the big lead, a co host for the hangover, and he is a man who was just absolutely tickled pink. When it was discovered that glitch in the new Madden game has the announcers introducing fans to charge game in San Diego instead of LA felt so good. He is Ryan Phillips. I almost died. I thought it was going to die. I mean, I've almost died by the way somebody was murdered. I do what's best for the show. Right. That was the best moment of the week. I'm sorry, the chargers thing was amazing. Perfect. Really, there's nothing going on. This has been a really slow week for basketball, so I'm not really sure there's much rant about great, great intro to build like, no, we've got a lot. I know we've got a lot in the show talk about. I'm just talking about as far as like something to react to this week as typically is what the segments for and the really isn't much. Maybe that's the rant is, hey, let's get us some news of the good variety. Is if it's quiet. That's usually not a bad thing when it comes to college athletics in the offseason. So really not a whole lot going on very excited for, you know, when these guys come back to campus back in start seeing more workout videos and things of that nature, I've sure. But right now is very much dead period until you know they move in back on campus. So let's let's just hope that it remains quiet. Well, it should be quiet over the next couple of weeks. All right. Well, here's what we are going to talk about this week. We're in talk a little bit about recruiting. Is there any cause for panic? We got a couple of questions in on Twitter people that seemed a little bit concerned is that reasonable at the stage? And then of course, we will talk about the NCAA big rule, change announcements what they mean, what you should pay attention to give our reactions to that. And depending on how that segment goes, we made our Clifton more off-season analysis and segment three because obviously there's just not not that much to go off because we haven't seen a ton of Clifton yet. So we may talk about. Him, and then we will, of course answer your questions as we always do. All of that coming here on this addition of simply call radio before we get to all that I do have a quick reminder for you about a great way to shop online for tickets..

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"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"Morris. I'm here with Ryan Phillips and the coach Bryan Thanh Sony and guys. We just talked about the characteristics of a good coaching staff, and we talked a lot about the assistance I want to zero in on the head coach for you now, Archie Miller. And we got this question from Joel that I thought really, really does a good job of kind of kick in this segment off. So he says, has Archie ever. Coached a team with this much talent compared to his best Dayton team with such talent. How is he going to balance playing time with a dozen guys? And will we be grading Archie performance with more scrutiny in year two? And the reason why I like Joel's question is I think it really hit on the major challenges that Archie is facing this year. Number one being. By far the most talent he's ever had on his roster. And he had two players at Dayton who made it to the NBA in some seasons, he was playing with, you know, a rotation of six guys. So now he's got a roster, fourteen players, all of whom almost surely have legitimate aspirations about having a role this season. And so he's going to have to manage that manage those expectations managed that playing time. And also this being year to expectations are going to be raised. You know, none of us are going to be talking about how the players need to unlearn the bad habits from the cream era, and you get a guy like Romeo link for the expectations are going to go up so Ryan, as you look at the challenges facing Archie, what do you think is maybe the biggest challenge and what gives you confidence that he'll be able to stand in the face of that challenge and succeed? Well, I think you hit it on the head that in the question really hit it on the head. He's never team of this much talent where he said to balance playing time. He's had balance, making sure that these guys get their opportunities to shine in show they've improved and all that stuff. That they belong to the lineup, a lot of the freshman probably wanna come in and play and and their talents it enough to place. So how do you manage Jerome hunter who might be behind some guys who were just more advanced than he is right now when Jerome is really good, and we really liked him and had Indian Anoc gotten Romeo Lankford you still feel pretty good about him being the top guy in that recruiting class, he still feel like, oh, this is this is legit guy. He's not a one and done, but he's a guy who could legit become a very good basketball player. So it is gonna be interesting..

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"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"We are just really lucky to have him here on the show. The hell is happening. He is Ryan Phillips. I may stop by tonight. I'm working to do the radio show. I was at that game on the floor. I was stoned frigging sober and lost my phone in an over. We gotta move because the somebody here has to work. Ryan, what is your you basketball this week? Any Selma's coming their way too. Nice. Jared. Yeah, you know, I was really excited to see that Yogi Ferrell wound up, actually leaving Dallas last since our last show. Yogi Ferrell has signed a deal with the Sacramento Kings. He got a little extra didn't age well did not age. Well, the next day it was like, oh, yeah, I'm not going back to Dallas. So I think we're all really happy for yo, you got a little extra cheddar there. See that Noah von lay has signed a deal with the Knicks and that truly of sign with the pelicans. Is that right today? So good for those guys signing on with teams before the season starts to look like ruins might be going to the Knicks back to the next, but he decide to go public. And so some really nice moves there, and I agree with with coach, it's just it's just this is just another week where we're like, all right off seasons long. Can we get some basketball please? And it was really nice to see the the guys, John and elder as you mentioned when the off season award. And really, I. Think it's just every time I talked to fans the same as we're saying, can we just get the season started already? I'm just ready and not a whole lot going on this week as far as breaking news or anything like that. But I think we're all just really ramping up excited. Also, a very excited for the coach mention that Malley of additional bracket. I will be there again this year, so you should fall along with my work. It's big lead, but in the opener, it's my hometown, San Diego State as Tex will be facing Duke out on the island. So pretty chickens. Yeah, exactly. They wait a minute. You're going to be in San Diego soon Morris. So. It is going to be hosting that show. He can just do that drop the entire time. I know. And then and then Andy this week, texting me kinda sheepishly like, hey, we might be coming out to LA you've recommendations. I was like, yeah, I got plenty. That's accurate, but it's absolutely accurate. All right. Here's what we're going to talk about this week. Did you see how many hoosiers had vertical leaps of forty inches or higher? We're going to discuss the crazy video that made the rounds this week. Then we're gonna talk about coaching. We're going to talk about what makes for a successful coaching staff subject that coach Sony knows a thing or two about and wrote about this week, and then we'll discuss the biggest challenges that await Archie Miller in his second season is Indiana's head coach, and we will answer your questions as we always do all of that coming here on simply call radio before we get to talking about that crazy video with all the verticals. A quick reminder that's.

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"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"You're listening to the assembly call. We are wrapping up another week of talking. I you basketball, Jared Morris earth, Ryan Phillips Andy bottoms, and we will close out the show, answering some of your questions. Appreciate you sitting them in. So thank you for doing that again, a bunch of good ones. Let's start out with this question from our friend, Ben, Malcolm sin, the website hoosiers United, which we recommend that you will check out. Ben says, if you couldn't afford season tickets and had to be selective only two games, what two home games would you pick and why? He says asking for a friend, Andy, I've got my two games. What two games would you pick? I feel like it's kind of an easy answer. I mean, the Rutgers game kind of jumps out. I mean, revenge. No there for sure. I would say I feel pretty game is always one that I would I would circle to be at. So from there it really just becomes what other game you want. And I think there's three to consider. One would be Michigan state one would be lable, and the other is the one that. I'm actually gonna pick. I'm gonna go with the Marquette game. Wow. They're, they're a really good offensive team. I think it'd be a good early test. Louisville, I think will be a good game. You don't really know what they're going to be with Chris Mack. But the Marquette game is intriguing to me just because I think they're team is typically pretty intriguing and fun to watch. So a little bit off the radar with that and do one one non conference at one conference. But the pretty one I feel like is kind of gimme. And so it's really the question of what other everyone would say Purdue. I would say Louisville just because the, you know, the connection state. It's the third game and that three-game series non-conference. But I mean, your argument about Marquette is good. I would go Louisville though, run. I think Marquette will be really fun game as well. I watched them in Maui last year. I thought they were just highly entertaining. They play a lot like they play the style of basketball team like the warriors played like three years ago before they got Kevin Durant and we're just shooting threes constantly with. I mean, that's that's basically what it is, and it's basically what Duke would do if they didn't have five stores, which is just shoot on threes play as fast as possible Troy where your opponent out that way. So it makes sense. Hausky is that coach and I'd also say Louisville, I think that that would be great and says, we're picking these are home games, right? Only home games. Okay. Then I because I would say Butler, but that's that's a neutral court. So I'll I'll agree with with Andy was global, and Marquette goes great. You can always, you can never go wrong with Michigan, Michigan state though. This question from Joel if Romeo played four year pictured pretty Louisville, okay..

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"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"Dot com. Slash assembly call, Jared, that's a good life philosophy by the way, I thought. So I thought you'd appreciate that Jared Morrissey with anti bottoms and Ryan Phillips and guys, let's talk about recruiting because the other big news from the past week is that DJ carton surprisingly chose Ohio. State over Michigan and Indiana, not many people thought Indiana was going to get him or was the leader. But a lot of people thought it was Michigan and especially when Chris Holtman showed up, peach jam, we'll DJ carton was on his official visit. Some radio host actually scoffed at that and wondered aloud. If that was a bad son, not gonna name names, Jerod Morris was that did that. We laughed about that on last week show. Ha ha look who look silly now because DJ carton chose Ohio State. So a couple of angles here talking to second about what it means for you, Ryan. What is this kind of mean for Ohio State and Chris Holtman because they now have to top thirty commits in the class of twenty nineteen, and it's inevitable that Houghton and Archie are going to be compared throughout their tenures because they were hired in the same cycle. I mean, it's obviously a very big yet for Holtman and he had a really good season last year and continuing the momentum this off season. I mean, nobody. Nobody thought he was not anything, but a very good coach. So it's not too surprising how the always gets players. I, if that's been the way since that Mata got there, they've done really well in recruiting. They put a lot of money into the program. They put, they put a lot of money in death legs there. And so usually those programs are gonna get good players. Michigan is the same way they're going to get good players. They put money into the schools. Like, I mean, you know, personally, I'm US fan US's always going to get players in both sports. Arkansas places like that, basketball, Alabama, Florida, Kentucky. You put money into the program. You put money into the sport, Duke North Carolina, all the all the big guys, of course. But I'm speaking more about the schools that have good programs of both sides in football basketball. Those schools tend to get a lot of good players and it's just because there's an athlete culture at a school like that. A pro athletic culture, and Indian is certainly trying to do that as well. So no hate for for for Chris Holman. I think that that's a great yet for them. And I think that he's a very good coach. I think cartons what he did last year in his first year on campus and has to be excited about that. Again. I thought that Indiana was in the mix, but I thought he was a Michigan lock or close to one and you saw those crystal balls on twenty four, seven start to switch all of a sudden, and I think it was late last weekend. I guess those all just started to change it all how state. And I think people in the state of. Michigan, that'd be freaking out because they thought they had him locked up. So let's talk about what this means for you. I mean, obviously, this isn't a case where it's like, oh, well, we didn't really want him anyway. No, like DJ cartons are really good player. He would have the need. You know, this is a guy that Archie prioritized for reason. And so, yeah, let's not. Let's not get any of that. Oh, he didn't want to compete or he didn't want to know. He went. He went to a school that is very pro athlete as Indiana's trying to be. They really promote their athletes and well, how state does a good job of that? And it's not surprising that it good player would wanna go..

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"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"We need to cover our most important expenses like website hosting podcasting equipment. And what else? Andy, I think Knicks would be good answer to that question. Yes. Can't forget about Knicks once again the URL's. Are you tickets shop and store? Dutch up. Thank you. Right? You're listening to a simply call radio. I'm Jared Morrissey sandy bottoms and Ryan Phillips and Ryan, you looted to this week's top story which was Hoosier hysteria being announced. And so let's linger on that for just a few minutes. You mentioned the date Saturday, September twenty. Ninth. And what's notable about that date is how early it is. So last year Hoosier hysteria was on October twenty first. And the date for this year is going to be really close to the very first day of practice because the first day of practice can be forty two days prior to the first game, and last year's first game was on November tenth. So we'll have to see what the schedule looks like for this year, but. Andy kind of look toward Hoosier stare and you think about, you know, some some, some kind of things to watch out for looking looking in advance of that. Everyone's gonna talk about the scrimmage and the dunk contest and all of that. And that will surely be fun. But to meet with the biggest things to watch for our number one who will be in attendance because who hysteria is big for fans, but it's really big for recruiting so we know always. Yeah. And last year it was huge. You remember them walking Romeo out and kind of walking the players across the court. So we know trace will be there. We know kion we'll be there surely many, many others will be and also will the locker room innovations be done because that is something that I had heard that they wanted to Hoosier hysteria when those would be done and ready for display. So Andy, anything else that you know is that date approaches you're going to be kind of kind of looking for two to see what's going to be on tap for fans. I was really struck by how early it was and you kind of back into some of that new at times in the past, they've really wanted to do. It feels like there've been times they wanted to do on the weekend. Home football game, but really the only one kind of around in general areas, the game in the middle of October, which was homecoming. I'm not sure they wanted to. Stack it on top of that, and that's called double booking in the industry. Thank you. Thanks for that little insider tip there. And then the week after that actor six to state, I would argue many, many fans of the team would probably say, I would love distraction to not have to watch you play football though. A real editing show football. So pretty close in recent years. Goodness. But so, yeah, it just struck me as as with the timing of it being early..

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"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"Another guy in one last and you mentioned DJ white because he was the big ten player of the year gets overlooked, but he's a guy who does get overlooked. I mean, I think that's such a tough period of Indiana basketball that we overlook a lot of the guys in that period because we look at that whole ten year stretch or eight year stretch as as a negative. And so you do kinda lose sight of guys and what they did in that period. So you're sucks. But two of the top fifty players in the history of the program played on that. Exactly. I mean. You don't? Yeah. But again, we just don't think about it because you. The other way it turned out was so negative, but Jay white. Certainly one of those guys, you're listening to a simply call radio. I'm Jared Morris here with Andy bottoms and Ryan Phillips, right? We've got a few more of these. Let's let's kind of go through these quickly. So this is from Alex. He says, what are you moment? Would you go back in time to attend? I'll give you two real quick. One would be Bill GARRETT'S final home game in nineteen fifty one. The standing ovation that he got would've loved to be there for that. And then here's my other one Saturday, January twenty. Fifth nineteen seventy five, Indiana beat number twenty. Purdue one. Oh four seventy. One Indiana courses, ranked number one. At the time, it would have been so fun to see the best team ever which most people think that seventy four seventy five team, even though they didn't win it all was still better than the seventy sixteen just because of the, you know, having Steve green having John Lewis Cousy, but seeing that team play its best and destroying do out of love to go back and see that team play live. Andy. What moment would you go back to attend. Well, so we're just saying go back to attend, not necessarily doesn't necessarily have to be before our lifetime. Is that fair is not. You could go back in time. I don't know. I, I mean, I guess it's probably somewhat easy answer, but. You know to to see the seventy six championship game and kind of be there at the culmination of, you know what those couple years had been. Probably also you were at this Jared so you you couldn't pick those, but watching Cheney break record, I think would be would would probably be other for me. Those amazing. I would say Killingsworth about, well, that was where I was there to a sitting next to Ryan for. But right back and watch himself react to the killings I wanna watch from the I wanna watch from like a bird's eye view of the crowd because I still think the roof l. off to building you can't convince me otherwise. No, that was that was that was a cool game in a great moment, but they lost one moment. I would love to relive I've got three answers to this one. Personally. I'd love to go back and redo my senior year about my dad, a ticket to the Purdue game. He had never been to became the biggest fan. I had student tickets. I had a press pass though. So I, I bought the student tickets and that year I had a floor seat to the produce. Game, he'd never been to an game, took him to Purdue game and just seeing him, you know, kind of in heaven at IU was pretty awesome. That was January twenty first two thousand six. And they won sixty to forty nine to take I to take over first place too. So it was loud. It was crazy was typical Purdue game. Another one I would have loved to have been there for the watch shot. I just think. You know, at the time we thought that meant Indiana was back, we all did, and we all thought that was. And where were you for the watch it? I was in Chicago with an ex girlfriend in a hotel room just hanging out the sound that sounds kind of dodged a really big bullet there and she did. She did. She did. Enough about that. Jared knows who it was too. But then also, I would say one more would be the keys. Marsha, I think that would have been awesome. I've never witnessed the national championship of of a team. I like in person. So that would have been awesome. One more here from rob. What moment has made you the most emotional? I'll give you two..

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"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"You're listening to the assembly call. We are wrapping up another week of talking basketball. I'm Jared Morrissey with Ryan Phillips sandy bottoms. We're about to answer your questions which you sent envious slack and Facebook and Twitter. We always appreciate it when you send these in. So let's go with Brandon's question. I Ryan and I'll send us an overview. He says, what a team full of Pro Bowl hoosiers have a shot at winning the depleted NBA Eastern Conference. And when I went through and did this quickly to me, the starting lineup would be Victor and Gordon the back court OG and Noah probably is the forwards, but then Cody Zeller at center. And then you've got a bench of Yogi Thomas Bryant, true Williams. And then I suppose you would also then wanna put some of the guys who are in summer league Christian watt for James Blackman, junior and Robert Johnson on there. I don't think I left anybody out number one. It's nice that Indiana can just fill out a roster with pro guys. So that's posits. How good would that squad be in the depleted eastern? I mean in the Eastern Conference, probably like a five seed. Unfortunately, I, I mean, that's the sad part. Not that those guys aren't great, but you know, there's no superstar there other than Victor and Eric Gordon is a, you know, he's a six man, I think, oh, jeez, good player. Noah von Lee, who knows because it really doesn't play that much. And then Cody, I think he needs a change of scenery, but that's a nice second unit with Yogi and Thomas there, I think, but with how bad these garments. Yes, this I still think Boston or Philadelphia's coming out, maybe Toronto, but probably Boston Philadelphia is coming out of the east, so I don't think they'd actually win the east. But when I go, the fifth seed roll the dice, see what happens. I like, okay, let's go with this question. Andy. This is from Jeff, and it's similar took question that we took last week but has a different spin on it. So Jeff says, super team seemed to be the big trend in the NBA. If you could take one or two players from other big ten rosters to make an UB super team, who would you take the clear obvious answers here are either Carson Edwards or caches Winston at point guard. And then of course you. Ethan, hap- as center, no snow. You don't just to watch the show burn as it would if that happened. No. Okay..

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"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"Morris with Andy bottoms and Ryan Phillips. We are finishing up our breakdown of durum. So I said that I had a comparison for how, and I think some of the comparisons in terms of how he plays. Those are pretty obvious. And we've talked about some of those before, you know, you can see a little bit of STAN Robinson in him. There's someone on Twitter that maybe he's a little bit like Remmy able and that's fine. Like all of those are fine comparisons. But as I was thinking about Allen preparation for this episode, one name kept kind of coming up and I was like, no, no, that's silly that can't be a real comparison, but the more I thought about it, the more it made sense to me. So I wanna throw it out to you guys. And I know that in basketball you're not supposed to compare guys that are a different races and be guys that play different positions, but I'm going to do it anyway. And so the guy who kept coming to mind as I thought about how what he could contribute this year and kind of what his role can be in the program going forward. I thought a lot about Derek Elston and you know. You look at those two guys are the one was really highly ranked recruit. I'll was two hundred. Thirtieth Derek was one hundred thirty. Third, they both played good minutes. Freshman played forty, six point, five percent of the minutes. Derek played thirty seven point four percent of the minutes and they had some particular skills, alligood defender, good. Measurable for his position, you know, can attack off the dribble, that kind of thing. Derek was a good rebounder. Good defender, a good spot up shooter. What was interesting about Derek's career is you know he came in on that team. That wasn't very good. You know, with the recruiting class of Jordan holes and Christian Wofford and those guys played all those minutes and then his minutes decreased the rest of his time at you and he wasn't able to play on the the twenty thirteen team. But you talk to anybody that was around those teams and they talk about how important he was to rebuilding the culture of basketball. And now he's the director of player development under a coach. That isn't the guy who brought him to Indiana, but just a guy who loved being an Indiana Hoosier has continued to give his all to the program and is a really important member. Whose contributions, even when he was a player went way beyond what he did on the court. And I kind of think that's how could be, you know, he's a guy who just gobbled up his Indian offer when it came and has seemed just to love being a Hoosier ever since even though he's from Georgia isn't from Indiana, and I could see him being a guy as the talent goes up, who doesn't play as many minutes as he did as a freshman. But Andy, like you said, just like Elston did would come in and make big plays in big games. You know, winning plays that would help you win some of those important games. I could see owl being that guy being a steady ING influences younger, maybe more talented players come in, but a guy that shows you how Archie wants it done. That is kind of that bridge in terms of building the culture and hopefully once Archie gets built, he sustains it better than Tom crane did. But that's the name that kept coming to me as a guy who may be unheralded for what he does on the court. But who I think is really gonna mean a lot to the program terms of intangibles in terms of leadership, and because of..

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"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"With Amy bottoms and Ryan Phillips. And we are finishing up our analysis of Al durum. So we just talked about, you know, his strengths, weaknesses, some of the stats kind of the up and down season that he had as a freshman, Andy, as you look at out and his role this year, where do you see him kind of fitting in one of the questions that. We've been getting that we got from several people today is they kind of feel like Alice potential breakout candidate, and they feel like he is getting lost in the shuffle. We talk about devante green to be in the guy that we expect start. And then Robert finish is the obvious guy to kind of be his backup. We know Romeo is gonna play its on an is at times a bit of an afterthought in the back court. Do you think that is fair? Do you think that it's really kinda form in back court and he'll play forty, five fifty percent of the minutes this year. How do you see that playing out. Yeah, it's it's a hard one to try to figure out because most of the lineups that we've talked about kind of end up being a little bit bigger where you're gonna play Romeo two and. You know a relatively good size front court, and I think if AL's going to play a lot of minutes in that, if that, if that, if those kind of core lineup construction, things tend to be the case, then his minutes would be tainted by ruminating break or him really, inserting himself as a potential point guard either due to himself while or one of the other guys not playing as well. If you if you look at, maybe he could be a, you know, wing defender or an and maybe let Romeo slide to the to the three or you play more of a three guard type lineup than I think he's got an easier path a minute. So I think it to certain extent depends how well the the big guys play in what and how what they can do defensively. I do think based on some what he showed as a freshman, he's been kind of an easy guy to pass over because the, you know, kinda shiny new thing with all the new guys coming in, make it easy to look past him. And he certainly strikes me as a guy. I just think back to interview you did with him. I don't remember whether it was on, you know, assembly caller. It was on podcast on the brink, but it you know, struck me even than thinking back to that conversation is a guy who really wants to work hard and get better. And you know, cliff Marshall tweeted that out last week. I think even referencing on the show, you know how he was really working on his shot and some of those things. So by no means, do I count him out of playing his way into that forty to fifty percent of minutes. It just really hard to project that going for it..

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"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"I think counted up how many he made in a row at the end of the video, but but he looked, he looked good, a skilled guy who I think when you watch that video, obviously they're not. They're gonna make him look as good as possible. But I think some interesting things there with the show post moves shown the ability to step out and make shots, which is really the thing when you looked at him statistically, was the most intriguing to begin with Serbia. We'll see some of those things and get a first glimpse of him practicing with the team is is exciting into know that everybody's there and on campus and ready to get started. And and you could see some of the other things they put out. Some of the bonds are starting to form and good natured. And maybe in some cases, you know, maybe not even good natures just, you know, some good ribbing and trash-talking going on between those guys. I think it's a good thing to see and hopefully group that will end up being pretty tight knit and one that will all look forward to watching here and a few months and to my right. He's a columnist for the big lead. He's a co host of the hangover, and he has been hired by his childhood friend Lakers head coach, Luke Walton to be the personal shooting coach for John Rondo and lent Stevenson because literally, no one else would take that job. He is Ryan Phillips owes the Indian daily students, basketball columnists plenty of problems. Steve, Alford chased diaper my life if you don't agree this totally fine. You can be wrong. That's fun. Ryan, what is your you basketball this week? Unfortunately, Luke has not called me to take that job, but you know, we're gonna. We're gonna wish it into existence. Here I wanted to mention Thomas Bryant. Speaking of the Lakers Thomas burnt was waived by the Los Angeles Lakers this week. They really liked him as a second round pick last year. He was the twelfth. Pick in the second round played. A lot in the g. league was g. league all star. They really, really liked him. But as part of their moves to open up free agent space, they had to waive him. It was sort of a pro forma move, even though he had a tiny salary, it was just to get space open to bring in guys like LeBron James and some other guys that I think they're still kind of there is on unfortunately, but as was predicted when he was released when he was waived, he was immediately claimed by the Washington Wizards and looking at their roster. They've got yawn in me. And really, that's it in the post have gotten rid of Marcin Gortat and Mike Scott left the. Agency. So Thomas Bryant really has a chance to find some minutes there, the Washington Wizards. Unfortunately, he may not plan some really because recently sprained his ankle, but I think that's good news for an Indiana guy. Think we all root for well, I loved having him on the Lakers and I thought that he had a really bright future there. He he could be steel for Washington as a waiver claim. So that's where you gotta focus on on watching Thomas and hopefully it's healthy place in some early. Here's what we're going to talk about this week. A big piece of schedule news hit on Wednesday. So we will break that down. Then in segments, two and three, we continue our off season player analysis by talking about album and segment for as usual. We will answer your questions. All of that coming here on a simply call radio, but first real quick, at least until another coughing fit happens..

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"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"Make no excuses. Jared Morrissey with antibodies in the coach. Bryant on Sony is Ryan Phillips has the week off and we are doing our deep dive into Zach, MC Roberts, talking about what his role will be on this year's team. And we're about to look at some of the numbers and really assess his strengths and weaknesses, and what in particular he's got room to improve on. Andy. When we were talking between segments, you made a really good point. As we start talking about strengths and weaknesses here. One of the biggest strengths that Zach possesses is consistency. Like you just know he's going to play hard. You know what you're gonna get an even if there may be some things that would be lacking for him to be the perfect basketball player, though he's not gonna take guys off the dribble except for that one glorious time against Michigan state, which was fantastic. You know, he's not going to give you huge, offensive outbursts. But as a coach, you do know what he's going to give you. And that in and of itself is strengthened and coach. You might even say that's talent. How important is that you think Indy? Well, you know, we talked a little bit about, you know, toward the various points of last season and really the last few seasons. It's it's kind of been a question of how many guys do you have the, you know what you're going to get from them on a night in night out basis. And I think over the course of last season, one really worked his way into the rotation. He was a guy that you would point to and say, look, what you're going to get from him may not be spectacular on the stat sheet, but you knew what. We're gonna get from an effort from the defense, those kinds of things, and I wanna team that's pretty young. And that still has a lot of questions maybe different questions than than were there a year ago. I don't think you can under- sell the value to a coach of having a guy out there that you know is going to make smart play. Some of the basketball accused up the coach's talking about earlier. I think there's value in that and maybe the balance of those minutes shifts over the course of the season and he plays a little bit less, you know, maybe fewer more impactful minutes on down the line. But with the number of young guys, you really trying to ease in. I think there's a certain comfort as a coach to be able to have a guy like that where you can allow those guys Eason. I think that's a luxury that some of these guys didn't have a year ago. And while this is probably not a veteran team by any means, I think being able to use some of the experience that do have with a guy like Zach to really anchor things and be a a steadying influence in a consistent producer will help the young guys along early on where they don't have to take on. Mm too much. So coach, let's talk about some of zek strengths and we know how good he is on defense. And I have a few numbers that talk about here in a minute that further solidified that, but I wanna start on the offensive end. And when we talk about a strength that we really hope to Zach can double down on its the shooting. You know, he didn't have a lot of opportunities last year, but in thirty six possessions spotting up he produced one point one one points per possession, which is actually in the eighty four th percentile. So that's really good, and he was good and catching suit in catch and shoot situations. He was eleven for twenty eight overall, which is only a field goal percentage of thirty nine point, three percent. But that's why feel percentage is not always the stat you wanna look at his affective field goal percentage was fifty eight point, nine percent because most of those were three pointers and that was in the eighty first percentile..

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"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"Here in a rare two man booth this week with ryan phillips and ryan we're talking about indiana draft picks over the last thirty years and we spent the last segment kind of talking about how few there have been and what that means for the program and talking about some of the guys who have really struggle now we'll get to the top nine and again you know you think about these are the best draft picks of the last thirty years from indiana and it is suggestive of why the program hasn't quite lived up to its blood status because a lot of these guys were great college players guys that we all really like and some of them have had good professional careers but this is not the kind of list that it can talk you would have or that kansas would have one of those schools would here's here's what i want to interject and say real quick is you know kentucky had just as many busts as indiana the problem is if the difference is they're having to put five guys in the lottery every couple years you get one or two of those guys to hit and you're fine we're one or two guys to be decent even it elevates you to another level and it covers the busts when you're not having that many guys in the lottery or the first round you gotta thinner margin for error so yeah yeah that just it's so apparent right so going up from the bottom number nine is no von lee who was a first round pick the ninth nick for the charlotte hornets he's played four years he's averaged fifteen and a half minutes and four points and someone in our in our live chat was wondering where noah was and i kind of neither one on the on the worst and i kind of he'd be down there too when you look at the production of the other guys there's just no one to knock him off the list and and he still has some time to continue developing into rack up some production but there's just not not many other guys there to knock them off so noah's here at number nine number eight is jerry let's say about no i i think that along with serious and he's one of those guys at definitely should have come back for another year and developed his game and should have been on that to your plan he should've listened look i was trying to give your kid good advice and nobody listens no it was on a two year plan we all remember over and over again i was so at number eight is jared jeffries who has the number eleven pick of washington spent a lot of time with new york and he carved out in eleven year career played twenty one point six minutes didn't score a lot four point eight points wasn't hugely productive but did you ask advance stats people they'll say jared jeffries is one of the worst offensive players in nba history but he played long enough then it sort of worked out numbers wise if you look at these numbers yeah next up dean garrett and he was a second round pick of phoenix and given the he was a second round pick thirty eighth overall he really returned some value played six years nineteen point four points four point eight points per game so pretty solid there and the stuff is cody zeller you wanna speak about cody zeller for just a moment i think he's a guy is just in a bad situation charles him he's been he's been a wildly efficient player i think it was not this past season but the season before some lakes stocked by us one of the most efficient players in the nba he just wasn't getting enough time and i think that charlotte has just been a black hole for good draft picks and charlotte drafts poorly as well you see they had cody zeller yet they went out and got frank kamensky i mean those are such similar players that you really shooting yourself in the foot in the.

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"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"ryan phillips" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"Here with ryan phillips no supervision this week from andy bottom go ryan do do you remember the context of that same no no idea we're talking about the coaching search with we're getting ready to prime you to talk about steve alford and gregg marshall and so you're saying that for anybody who wanted to suggest those two as coaches for indiana maybe so let's talk about the draft so the last thirty years the draft is coming up next week so when you look at the last thirty years of the draft for indiana and obviously there were drafts before that and we'll get to that in a second but a few top line numbers here indian has had twenty two players drafted since nineteen eighty seven that's less than a player per year obviously the hoosiers at twelve first round picks they've had five lottery selections and they had a total of seven players who have accumulated at least ten wind shares the cystic on basketball reference during their career and by the way that does not include josh smith despite him being part of the family did not include him in pillow is always part of the family didn't include him in there so just those numbers real quick ryan top line numbers what does that tell you about you basketball since nineteen eightyseven gotta do better god is got to have more more high level talent i mean we'll think about the especially in the the way that recruiting is these days it's about showing that you can put is in the league i mean especially if you're going after those top level guys i think that it is definitely about showing that you can you can put people in the league and take a five star guy turned him in to a top level player and get him in that lottery get him in the first round and indian has not done well at that over the last what is it two decades i mean jeez and look and prior to that and our buddy artifacts bill murphy people like that would kill me if i didn't mention this indiana had lot of draft success prior to nineteen eightyseven think about it while bellamy was the first overall pick in nineteen sixty one hall of fame is a thomas second overall nineteen eightyone hall of fame george mcginnis probably the greatest draft pick you history given the value second round pick twenty second overall hall of fame had a great career you had dick and tom van ours deal were both drafted and head good careers mike woodson was a twelfth overall pick had a good career john mclaughlin glen kent was the first overall pick probably didn't live up to that but did play in the league for ten twelve season so the hoosiers did have a lot of success prior to that but since nineteen eightyseven it has been more limited and so what we did ryan as we went through and we looked at all of these guys and just wanted to assess the value relative to their draft position and see what were the best draft picks who have produced the most relative to the draft position and who have struggled the most and you know for this analysis given that some guys are still in the middle of their careers we had to balance who still has time left in their career with guys whose careers over and one thing i debated whether or not we should include ginobili thomas bryant given that they've only played one season but when i looked at it oh gee is already eleventh out of the twenty two players in terms of wind shares and he's played one season so that tells you the lack of success that a lot of these players have had so i figured because of that we have to include him because i mean he's already one of the top ten draft picks of the last thirty years so we've got him in there so let's start with the least valuable draft pick of all time and it's not fun to do because there's a guy that we liked that we've had on the show before but it's kirk aced he was pick number sixteen in the first round by charlotte in two thousand one he played in the nba for two years played five minutes per game one point two points he actually accounted for negative point five win shares the only on the list had negative wind shares when we talk to kirk and we interviewed him a couple years ago when his book days of night came out he told us.

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