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Bloomberg Radio New York
"sauber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com on the Bloomberg business app. And at Bloomberg quick take. This is Bloomberg radio. The news just keeps getting better for NFL player demar Hamlin. Buffalo Bill's defensive back Hamlin is back visiting the team just a little over a week after going into cardiac arrest during a game. Hamlin was admitted to the buffalo general medical center earlier this week after leaving the university of Cincinnati medical center, the bill's safety suffered cardiac arrest in a game against the Bengals. There has been speculation that Hamlin is going to lead the team out of the tunnel before their playoff game against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. The White House says additional documents with classified markings were found, and President Biden's Delaware home this week. White House lawyer Richard Sauber said he discovered the newest document in a box initially found by the president's personal attorneys on Wednesday. Sauber noted that all the pages were turned over to the Justice Department, attorney general Merrick Garland, appointed a special counsel earlier this week to review classified materials previously founded Biden's home and an office he used in Washington, D.C.. Prince Harry's newly released memoir spare is now the fastest selling non fiction book of all time. Criss-cross has more. The book details Harry's tumultuous relationships with his father, King Charles and brother, Prince William, and gives new insights into his life and the royal family. During the first day of its release, spare sold nearly one and a half million copies blowing away previous record holder Barack Obama's a promised land whose first day sales totaled less than 900,000 copies. The only other books to have sold more on their first day or several of the Harry Potter sequels. I'm criss-crossed. And Lisa Marie Presley's official cause of death won't be known for some time, Lisa Marie, who was the only child of Elvis Presley, died on Thursday after suffering sudden cardiac arrest in her California home, sources say the autopsy is complete but officials have decided to run a toxicology report. I'm Jim Forbes. President Biden's top COVID-19 adviser, David Kessler, is stepping down from his role this month. On Friday, it was announced Kessler would leave his position as Biden's COVID adviser after the last two years. Kessler co chaired Biden's COVID task force during his transition into The White House and his spearheaded federal efforts to make the vaccine available to any American who wants it. His team oversaw Biden's goal of vaccinating 100 million people in his first 100 days in office. The woman wanted for allegedly burning a New York City subway rider with a chemical substance is facing justice after being arrested in Georgia. David folk Thomas has the latest. 33 year old rodland grave sand was taken to custody in Atlanta back on January 3rd and was arraigned on assault charges Friday in Brooklyn. She's accused of an unprovoked attack on a 21 year old woman. At the no strand avenue and winthrop street station. In the prospect, lefferts gardens neighborhood on December 2nd, grave Sanders accused of splashing the victim in the face with an unknown chemical substance. The victim suffered second degree burns. National parks are waving entrance fees for Martin Luther King Jr. day and four other days this year. MLK day is coming up on Monday with other free dates scattered throughout the rest of 2023. The National Park Service says the idea is
Bloomberg Radio New York
"sauber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The commander in chief's home, The White House says additional documents with classified markings were found in President Biden's Delaware home this week. White House lawyer Richard Sauber said he discovered the newest documents in a box initially found by the president's personal attorneys on Wednesday. Sauber noted that all the pages were turned over to the Justice Department, attorney general Merrick Garland, appointed a special counsel earlier this week to review classified materials previously found in Biden's home and an office he used in Washington, D.C.. President Biden will speak at the church where doctor Martin Luther King Jr. served as pastor Sunday ahead of the federal holiday. Biden will be the first sitting president to speak during Sunday service at ebenezer baptist church in Atlanta. Senior adviser for public engagement and former Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance bottoms called it an inflection point. Bottom said the president was invited to deliver remarks by democratic senator Rafael Warnock, who currently leads the congregation. Prince Harry's newest release memoir spare is now the fastest selling non fiction book of all time. Chris crosio has more. The book details Harry's tumultuous relationships with his father, King Charles and brother, Prince William, and gives new insights into his life and the royal family. During the first day of its release, spare sold nearly one and a half million copies blowing away previous record holder Barack Obama's a promised land whose first day sales totaled less than 900,000 copies. The only other books to have sold more on their first day or several of the Harry Potter sequels. And a new Miss Universe is being crowned, U.S. representative, our Bonnie Gabriel beat out women from 83 other countries to take The Crown Saturday night with Venezuela and the Dominican Republic, taking second and third, Gabriel is a fashion designer, model, and sewing instructor who graduated from the university of north Texas. I'm Jim Forbes. The U.S. will continue to aid Ukraine in its defense against Russia up to and beyond the one year mark of the invasion, so said Secretary of State Antony Blinken to Ukraine's foreign minister. The minister thanked blinken on Twitter after the call, he also noted that he told blinken about Ukraine's need for, quote, western type tanks in future packages. The state of California is dealing with another atmospheric river, causing flooding and prompting evacuations. Governor Gavin Newsom has been out touring the impacted areas Ryan baker has more. Governor Newsom in Merced county today, saying that these storms have taken a toll on the whole state. 19 people. Now I've died and, you know, for all the focus that is wildfires in the state of California
"sauber" Discussed on WTOP
"Is our producer, the top story we're following for you, President Biden's White House counsel, has announced that more classified documents have been found at the president's private home in Wilmington, Delaware. White House lawyer Richard Sauber says a total of 6 pages of classified documents were found during a search of President Biden's private library in his Wilmington home. The White House had said previously just a single page was found there. But Sauber says lawyers stopped looking after they found the first page because they didn't have a security clearance. And it was Sauber himself who located 5 more pages, as he was working to surrender the documents to the Justice Department, which has launched an investigation. That's correspondent Jackie Quinn reporting, President Biden is set to speak tomorrow at ebenezer baptist church in Georgia as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend. During the 2020 midterm campaign, the president steered clear of Georgia as senator Raphael Warnock, like other battleground state Democrats ought to distance himself from The White House amid the inflationary economy in the president's sagging approval ratings. Now with Warnock having secured the first full term and Biden seeing an uptick in support with Democrats better than expected election results, the senator, welcoming the president back to Georgia and to America's most famous black church. Congressional lawmakers are getting a warning from the treasury secretary. Treasury secretary Janet Yellen has warned the U.S. could hit its $31.4 trillion debt ceiling by Thursday in a letter to House and Senate leaders Friday secretary Yellen asked Congress to raise the debt limit or suspend it. She says if one of these actions are not taken, the treasury will likely have to take extraordinary cash measures to avert a default until June, Yellen warned a default could cause irreparable harm to the U.S. economy. That CBS Jeff glor reporting, Britain says they will send a dozen tanks to Ukraine to help with the war against Russia. This was solidified during a phone call. In recent days number ten was making it clear that it wanted to provide further support to Ukraine and the tanks could play a pivotal role in this. This morning, in a call between the prime minister and the Ukrainian president, the confirmation came, the BBC understands that around a dozen challenger two tanks will be sent. Additional artillery systems will also be provided, a Downing Street spokesperson said it was the right time to seize upon Ukrainian victories and intensify support. Rishi sunak's pledge represents a small proportion of the 300 tanks that Ukraine incessant needs. That's the BBC's David Wallace Lockhart reporting. Iran says it has executed a dual Iranian British national who once worked for its defense ministry despite an international outcry over his death sentence. Ali Reza akbari was hanged today according to Iran's mise en news agency, which is associated with the country's judiciary. Iran had accused Akbar without offering any evidence of being a spy for Britain's MI 6 intelligence agency. The British prime minister is calling the execution a callous and cowardly act carried out by a barbaric regime. There is generally a lot of superstition surrounding Friday the 13th, but yesterday was a lucky day for the person in Maine who won the mega millions jackpot. Last night's single winning $1.35 billion jackpot
AP News Radio
Additional classified documents found at Biden's home in Delaware
"President Biden's lawyers say they found even more documents than first reported at the president's private home in Delaware. White House lawyer Richard Sauber now says 6 pages of classified documents were found at President Biden's home in Wilmington, Delaware, 5 more than first reported. That's in addition to the documents found in December. In the president's garage and in November at his former offices, at the Penn Biden center in Washington, D.C.. Sauber says the reason for the difference is that Biden's personal lawyers who don't have security clearances stop their search after they found the first page in Wilmington on Wednesday evening. He says he personally found the additional material Thursday, while facilitating their retrieval by the Justice Department. The apparent mishandling of classified documents and records from the Obama administration is now under investigation by a newly appointed special counsel. Jackie Quinn Washington
"sauber" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"The forecast coming up. Time right now here in Seattle 9 30, current temperature. 47° at northwestern. So the president Richard Sauber saying that 5 additional classified documents were discovered at President Biden's Delaware home. Those documents found by the president's personal attorneys were transferred to Justice Department officials, Sauber says Biden's personal lawyer has had previously only reported one document in Aruba adjacent to the president's garage because they lack security clearances and stop the search upon encountering that first classified document. The U.S. hits the debt ceiling this Thursday. Debate over the issue will almost certainly trigger a major political showdown in the house between Republicans who now have control and democratic lawmakers. House Republicans have pushed back expressing interest and using these negotiations to cut spending. ABC's M when, at least 9 people killed in a devastating tornado outbreak across the south governors of Alabama and Georgia both issuing states of emergency. A lottery ticket in Maine is one that mega millions $1.35 billion jackpot, the second largest in the game's history. Dave packer, ABC News, news radio 1000 FM 97 7, stay connected, stay informed. Time right now, 9 31 more of our northwest lifestyle weekend just ahead and more of aging options. Right now let's give you the latest we have in a 24/7 northwest news center. I'm Mark Christopher. Well, the west Seattle low bridge back open after being closed for the past several weeks due to damage from that ice storm, the bridge reopened actually yesterday afternoon the Seattle Department of Transportation officials saying Cruz removed a damaged cylinder and made some underground repairs that felt safe enough, even though they have more work to do to open the bridge. There it is for your convenience here for the weekend. A shooting a Capitol Hill early hours of this morning were told three people now in the hospital. It was just after midnight police responding to the scene at east pike in tenth on arrival police found three men in their late 20s at gunshot wounds to their lower bodies. Officers recovered several shell casings also lots of bullet holes in businesses around that area and cars as well. No arrest in the case, but witnesses say the shooter may have taken off in a tan SUV. Well, kick-off today for the Seahawks to kick off the super wild card weekend, one 30 at Santa Clara to meet with a forty-niners in the 12s are pumped up for this contest. The fans say the team just has to play loose. They got to avoid the costly errors and they'll be with the players every step of the way. The Seahawks are looking to defy the odds makers play like they've got nothing to lose. It will be a challenge to pull out a victory over the heavily favored San Francisco team, but fans say, well, they've come this far and all it might take is a few big plays and no mistakes. To be a tough ball game for us, excited to see what Pete brings to the table. He's always got something up his sleeve. No fumbles, no, nothing where you hurt yourself.
TIME's Top Stories
"sauber" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"The White House said. And immediately notified the national archives. The national archives then notified the Department of Justice. News of the discovery made days before the midterm elections was kept from public view until CBS News first reported it this week. Biden's personal lawyer told Laos on December 20th, that additional classified documents were found at Biden's home, Garland said. On Thursday morning, Biden's legal team notified Laos that another classified document was found there as well. White House lawyer, Richard Sauber, said Thursday that Biden has cooperated with the Justice Department. We have cooperated closely with the Justice Department throughout its review, and we will continue that cooperation with the special counsel. We are confident that a thorough review will show that these documents were inadvertently misplaced and the president and his lawyers acted promptly upon discovery of this mistake. Biden is widely expected to run for reelection in 2024. He said in the fall that he would be discussing the decision over the winter break with his family, and would be making a formal announcement sometime early this year. Months of high inflation and economic uncertainty had been a drag on Biden's public support. But his poll numbers have been ticking up in recent weeks. His approval ratings have inched upward from the high 30s in July to the mid 40s, according to an average of polls conducted by 5 38. News of a federal investigation into Biden is not how his political advisers would have chosen to start the year. Hi, I'm power fogg. Join me in my colleagues as we go beyond the headlines and deepen your
"sauber" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Sponsored by Pfizer and BioNTech. AP news. Good morning, I'm Ed Donahue. The White House has documents with classified markings from President Biden's time as vice president, were found at his home in Wilmington, Delaware, just days ago it was disclosed sensitive documents were also found at the office of his former Washington institute. Special counsel Richard Sauber says a small number of documents with classified markings were found in a storage space in the Biden garage in Wilmington. One document was found in an adjacent room, rising consumer prices are easing. The AP Shelley Adler has the story. Inflation does appear to be retreating now and that's a welcome sign. Mark Hamrick is the senior economic analyst at bankrate dot com after the government reported inflation slowed to 6 and a half percent in December compared with 12 months ago. Main contributor to the decline here or something that consumers absolutely rejoice about drivers in particular and that's gasoline prices, but we're still seeing some upward pressure coming from food prices as well as the measure for shelter or housing. And that means the fed will most likely raise its benchmark rate by at least a quarter point when it meets at the end of this month. I'm surely Adler. In one of his first acts as governor of Nebraska, Republican Jim pillon named to the state's vacant Senate seat, former governor Pete ricketts, who helped him get elected. The governor says 111 people applied for the vacant seat, Ben sasse is leaving the Senate just two years into his second term to take a job as the president of the university of Florida. Minimal airline delays and cancellations are being reported around the country. A day after a computer outage grounded flights, according to flight tracking website flight aware at last check, there were 82 cancellations that compares with more than 1300 flight cancellations yesterday. Thousands of nurses at two New York City hospitals have ended a three day strike after reaching a tentative contract agreement that union officials say offers better working conditions and pay raises. This is a P news. Barbie has morphed into a doll made specifically for children as young as three. It's called my first Barbie
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"Dog dot com slash fresh start. For a smarter start to your day, wake up and stream kcbs. Time for a check on traffic and whether together in here's Kim winly. Again, that thing really dramatic for this morning's commute. And nonetheless, there was word of a hit and run crash earlier. We're always live and local on your smart speaker. The traffic certainly backs up really tight, tell your smart speaker to play K CBS radio. One 18 K CBS traffic in your 6 day forecast sponsored by Cal hope dot org Santa Cruz mountains with Dave. A little better news here southbound, 17 after idlewild, we had a crash briefly blocked in the right lane, it has now been cleared to one of the pull outs there, so fabric should be slow as you head up the hill from bear creek road, but it's in recovery mode. Same force San Jose Sauber 87 after two 80 at a crash briefly blocking it's been cleared so traffic it seems to have recovered coming off of the two 80 interchange onto the Guadalupe Guadalupe Parkway. Westbound 80 at Gilman and Berkeley, a crash there looks like it's off to the right shoulder already but traffic slows just before Gilman down to pal eastbound 80 is slow coming out of the Macarthur maze from both 5 80 and 80 as you head out towards Gilman and Fairfield that slows from West Texas to Manuel campos Parkway and if you're continuing to the Sierra, no chains required anymore for either 80 or 50. Your next traffic update is at one 28 on the traffic leader Quebec. Hey good afternoon, meteorologist Jessica birch here mild conditions for us as we head into the afternoon today, but things are going to change tonight. Now The Rain has been the hit or miss all
The Autosport Podcast
"sauber" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"And I think that will serve for our, very, very well, moving forward. Now, because he isn't one of the more high profile team principles in the paddock, well, he is now. He's right at the very top table. But he wasn't always somebody that the media would go to first because of the team he was leading. But what his route into being Ferrari's team principal general manager, what is background in motor sport and how qualified is he for this job? A very qualified emote sport for 27 years, 28 years longer than 30 years, sorry, even. When he was younger, he did an engineering degree and worked as an engineer a motor sport. Then he went on to set up his own racing teams and then in the mid 2000s he set up ART Grand Prix with Nicholas Todd as the cofounder. And that has been a huge team for junior mode sports and getting so many great drivers into F one, raced in GP two, then formula two, GP three, all those sort of genius categories. Driver seeds works with Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg, George Russell, Charles Leclerc, Nico hulkenberg, she'll be anchi that goes on. There's a lot of great names for being associated with ART and the work that Vasa has done. And when he came in to Formula One, so he got his first F one role heading up a team in 2016 when he joined Renault as part of their management reshuffle. And he was only there a few months and it turned out that he didn't quite fit in well with what they wanted and he there was this weird setup where Cyril a beat ball was managing director and Vassar was team principal and it didn't quite work, having two chiefs really. So he left after a few months and he said that he was very he was okay with it. He said, I knew I didn't fit in and that was okay and he said, I was quite actually looking forward to a bit of time off. And then he got a call up from Sauber, which had just undergone a change in ownership and they said that they wanted to bring him in to be the new CEO of Sauber group and the team principal. So that's something that Vasa jumped out. He said he liked where that project was going within an hour of beginning his job. He canceled their planned engine deal with Honda for 2018, said we're not doing that. It's the wrong way to go. So that shows kind of the mentality and the clear direction he has about things. And yeah, since then, he's really helped turn that team around. So he's got a lot of experience. He's very well suited to this team role. It's definitely a different beast running Ferrari than it is any other Formula One team and they're going to be a big step up from where he's been at alpha for the past few years. But I think that he's got all of the qualities we need. And one thing I really like about Fred and so many people have said, he's got a real good humor, like you could have an interview with him and he'll be happy to have a joke and have a laugh about things and make the comment off record and stuff like that. And he doesn't take his dedicated but he also doesn't take himself too seriously like all the time, which is I think a really a really good quality to have and maybe something that's been missing a bit from Ferrari. So I really hope that we don't lose that from Fred because he's a great character. I've enjoyed our chats through the years and yeah, he's now going to be in the spotlight a little bit more, but I really hope that we can continue to have access to that good guy that is Fred Vassar. I'd like your thoughts on what his experiences in his most recent role could bring to Ferrari. Now Formula One is a cost cap series. It is no longer series where Ferrari with its own test track, going back a while now actually, but with unlimited testing could just pound around their test track day and night. Those days are long gone in Formula One and what's it going to be like for him coming from a team where there wasn't unlimited money. Ferrari does have more. But what are those experiences that he's had for the past few years, going to feed into the modern Formula One teams? I think it's exactly what modern F one teams need. Is this kind of this team principle role where it's not so much about simply saying to your manufacturer or your backer? Oh, I need more money, please write me a check. It's actually about saying right, this is our limited amount of money. We know how much every team knows how much under the cost cap we have to spend. Let's make it work to the best that we can. And I think that's something that has worked well at alpha and Sauber over the years. Yeah, they've been one of the smaller operations. They've obviously come a long way from when the team was dicing in and out of is actually going to be around anymore, sort of in that sort of 2015, 2016 period. And is now in really good shape. And I think that the way that Fred oversaw that kind of with the, it was a wider business view as well. It wasn't simply just, oh, I am the team principal and I run the team, like he did have that, I think, broader scope. So I think that is something that will work very well with Ferrari, I think he brings a lot of experience in that regard, which is fantastic. But it is just the question of how different is Ferrari going to be compared to anywhere else he's been and how much can he adjust it to what he wants. And he said that with Renault, get back in 2016 when that didn't work. He said, I just didn't, I couldn't work the project sort of fit as I wanted to. And it didn't really feel right. Whereas with Sauber, he said it felt like going back to sort of my genius days in terms of what I wanted and what I got out of it. And with Ferrari, you can't really get a project so I'm going to adjust it to what I want. It's kind of how do you fit into Ferrari. But I think that, yeah, the quality he's got a fantastic, I think he's I think as a man manager as well, is a real, real, good, good person to have on that front. And I think that's going to serve Ferrari really, really well moving forward. A bit like George Russell moving from the back of the grid to the front of the grid, the car can only be better than what he was in. So at Ferrari is going to be so many more tools available to him coming up on the podcast soon. We'll talk about the bigger bombshell. McLaren. Williams will talk about as well. Stick around those are on the way. All right, we're joined by Luke Smith auto sports F one reporter today to unpick what has been a crazy couple of weeks, but particularly crazy 24 hours
The Rich Eisen Show
"sauber" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Outspoken about the situation that Donald Sterling and also Robert Sauber, but remaining quiet here. LeBron did come out as it relates to the situation where Robert sovereign said, you need that zero tolerance. But all right, so what is zero tolerance? Because it doesn't seem like that's the case right here as it relates to carrier. Okay. I mean, because I think it's being masked by a lot of people is a free speech issue that he should be able to say what he wants. It's just not, no, no, this is not that. It is short. He's free to say what he wants, but the consequences must land. You know, that's the way I'm seeing it, but I don't know the way. I think that's the way a lot of people in New York are seeing it. I think that's the way a lot of people that live in the borough of Brooklyn are seeing it. I think that's a lot of people in the organization are seeing it as well. Frank, I really appreciate the two cents and you chopping it up with me. I know it's obviously a very sensitive subject and you're covering a team and you're on the yes network and I appreciate your time, as always. Thanks a lot, rich. You got to add the defranco solo on Twitter. Go follow them. I just want to just say once again here, I would love an advocate in Kyrie Irving. I love an advocate in LeBron James. I love an advocate in anybody in the NBA who would play and has a major amount of influence to say right now that any tolerance for anti semitic tropes, anything that can come across as the normalization of what has already been established in the past of fringe theories on. The hatred of Jews and what we Jews as collective people are trying to perpetrate and things of that nature and spreading that out on Twitter like it's, hey, check out my new movie. Hey, check out, you know, let's all contribute together for this charity and this organization. Here's a link to a documentary filled with anti semitic tropes. Your food for thought. Where are the voices? Man, I would I invite you to please talk about it. Just like my friend Michael Irvin once said, don't lose the intensity, same intensity. 8 four four two O four rich number to Dow will take some phone calls and set up hour number two here on this program.
The Autosport Podcast
"sauber" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Many cooks, so and conflicts of interest or whatever. Actually, again, I say this, you know, the heavy heart following a debt of teachers masters, but I say, I think Alfred tauri now is probably the prime prospect. I think there certainly was speculation that although he wasn't that wasn't actively in a shop window, sort of you can make backdoor deals and discuss a price, but I can see that, you know, let's say some money has been set aside to keep Red Bull going and with the power trains and how they might sell that to other teams, how that becomes self sustaining. I think at the junior team, that is maybe a bit more of a drag, but it's an established decent race team. So I think that's where you would go in with Porsche, but then what do they get? Because we understand that they want to come in as a basically to write a big old check for a Red Bull powertrain that was. So then they have to be a lot more active, which again, I don't think suits them. We know that Audi, they're engine F one program, how are they going to get so far aligned is they're going to pick up this poor shelved test meal from a few years ago. So Porsche don't even have their own engine concept to work with. So then it gets very complicated. So any deal with getting Hass up to the budget cap or whatever just seems a bit far fetched. So perhaps it might be the inverse of whatever we're expecting is that it could end up with a point where let's say it's hypothetically Williams with an Audi engine, but it will say Porsche on it. And so not to be really pessimistic about it all, but I think it could end up being a damp squid where you look at the glory years of Porsche in F one. You think of McLaren in the mid 80s. Well, that was actually a tag privately funded thing with poor script on it. And I think we could get somewhere similar where it's Porsche in name only and with a great big check behind it. Yeah, it's really interesting to see what happens in the automotive world in terms of VW group have their MEB platform which they're new. Electric cars are built on like the ID cars from Volkswagen, the any axe from Skoda, the E trons from Audi, and it's all the same platform, and they put on their badge and their own software, but it's still a shared cost and Honda have gone to GM in America to make their things like the acuras and the hondas and GM are using there. So it is more than a re badging. I'm not being I'm not doing it down, but it's the way that automotive with electrification is going. And it always seemed so crazy that at that time, two separate programs for Porsche and Audi, but anyway, let's leave there.
The Autosport Podcast
"sauber" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"I mean, it is the same way so I was speaking to someone and I'm sure people can take an educated potshot who it was, but someone very high up in the Porsche 9 one 9 program. I said, well, really, they just ran with Porsche badges on the car. The reason that was successful is because it was a completely different race team set up that just happened to have a check funded by Porsche. They were completely autonomous because they didn't want people wearing suits with nice ties to intervene in slow things down and for it to be really sort of levels of bureaucracy, which is actually that same person was a bit concerned initially when I already did their press conference bar because they're like, right. So announcing it, we've got the chairman of Audi, and the technical director of all of Audi, but no F one boss, which we now have in Adam baker. Formerly BMW Sauber. But they were like, oh, it was too corporate too corporate. So it's, again, it's more about that having that level of autonomy that Sauber Audi, Audi Salvador operates as a conducive F one team. How those two integrate is probably small fry and we'll have similar effects on how competitive they are. So how Audi let the whole F one thing operate under its bigger umbrella and then the Volkswagen group again. So I think that is more determining factor rather than just because one's got a Switzerland postcode and the other is Germany. Absolutely. And in terms of you mentioned BMW Sauber, so let's sort of segue into that really. In terms of getting back to that level of success, which is the last time that that team had a good deal of success, although this year had more recently brought some developments to the car, which shows they can develop a car. Perhaps not always get it right on the day. If you look at Kota, but in terms of Audi coming back into the or coming into the sport and Sal we're getting back towards the front end of the grid. To wheel out another cliche, only one team can win and all the teams say they can win. What will be the kind of pressure that you think the teams are the team itself, the board, the fans, F one journalists, will start to put on them to be successful. I mean, I guess what I'm asking is, how much of a grace period, if any, are they going to have coming back in? Three years, three years now, they've made that rod for their own back because they said, you know, within three years we want to be competitive. What does that mean? Well, you would say, for Audi, which is one everywhere, world rally, LeMond, whatever, world endurance championship. Formula E, even you would say that being competitive means out at a baseline of podiums. But race wins. And to get there, okay, we've got another regular regulation change that will facilitate that in 2026, but you know, massive ground effect shift for this year, which meant to allow more freak results like Hungary last year where ocon can win on his day or gasly at monzo or and so on. But we haven't had that. So at the minute, it's still to win. It's still Red Bull and Ferrari they're sharing. You'd still put Mercedes in that bracket. So for Audi to come in, if stuff made or the competitive order maintains it, one of those probably has to come out. So you can then start to identify who that is, but then they've got by that point now what 12 years of hybrid experience and order successive. In a 2000s. And so then you start looking at if Audi kart mix it by 2029 is three year period falling short. You know, the reason perhaps we're quite harsh on Alpine is because they're the ones that said in 5 years we'll be winning world championships and then at the start of this year they'll go no no what would mean it's hundred rates starting from now and they keep redrawing the timeline. But Audi have come in straight away and said three years is when we want to be competitive and although it will have cost a lot of money, they're not again we're probably heading into a period of a ten year recession now. If you're in the accounts department, you go, what do we do? We've already killed the Audi a one because we don't make a big enough margin on it. We've already stopped doing formulary. But F one, it's consuming 500 million pounds between a race team and a marketing department and an engine program. Well, that's a pretty big program to kill and get a lot of money back from. So yes, Audi, and to link it to Porsche, one of the prerequisite supports coming in with Red Bull is that they're not going to go their own way after two years. This is for a ten year deal minimum. And you expect Audi to treat it similar, but only if only if they're competitive, you know, if you think to God, here's another tortured analogy. You know, George Bush standing on an aircraft deck and going mission accomplished. When he had achieved absolutely nothing in the gulf region. What is that Ferrari? When can they go? You know, like with all the formula E exit announcements, we're going, well, we came here, we developed a powertrain, we won and did nothing. Yeah, but you still don't settle in a single electric car. So can you really say mission successful? What is that for Audi, they can't come in and go right well, we've had, you know, we've been here 7 years now. We've got a couple of 8 places for and gone. They want to be competitive. It's a massive name. So baseline is podiums, but come on, we're all thinking we're all thinking world championships and then you've got to build a structure around that drivers. And whatnot, but yeah, it's a massive task ahead. And a driver development program or if you haven't got that, just going out with a big old checkbook and working out who you can get, who's not already signed up on a long deal. But that's probably the topic for another podcast, the driver market. At final word on Porsche then, because over the cota weekend, there was talk of, they still have an ambition to enter Formula One. Now it seems to me that they wanted to come into Red Bull, more than the Audi Salvador casaubon, it seems get a lot out of the Audi deal. Red Bull winning world championships. Porsche coming in, you know, with all respect, they're going to want to behave a little bit like Porsche and I don't think Red Bull wanted to make that compromise. It seems sensible that deal fell apart because why would Red Bull do that unless they were looking for an exit from the sport to eventually sell, you know, do the whole kind of well we sold 49% and now it's 51% and then they're out. So in a way that Mercedes came back in and bought Braun GP and then kind of gradually we're like, okay, we want all in all. That's also more complicated because a pretty big shareholdings from the likes of ineos and total wolf. So in terms of Porsche, where does this all fit in? Do they want to be a works team? Do they want to just be a sponsor like Alfa Romeo have been with Sauber? Do they want to go and buy give it a couple of years and then go to the Red Bull organization? Is AlphaTauri really working out for you? Like we'll buy that. How can Porsche fit into this whole storyline? It is a bit of a mess, isn't it? Because I totally get the argument and it was one in a few months ago, I spouting that wide Porsche, don't want Helmut Marco being a loose cannon and going up to the media and going, wow, well, Bottas, what the hell does he know driving like that? I can understand why let's do that. But I can understand why they don't want that. But the cops definitely came from Red Bull side going we're nimble. We've got ourselves back into a winning organization because we operate this way with hornos are de facto number one, whatever. We don't want Porsche coming in, adding these levels of bureaucracy, so a three week decision. Now take 6 months and we have to have our person who will then clash heads with Horner. I get why that didn't happen. But it's now where do they go? I've seen talk of you know, they could, you know, they've got this Porsche Andretti Dale in formula where you could bring that over. And while that makes sense if you are going to have an 11th team, it has no OEM and it's Andretti big news come in. I've just seen there's been so little accommodation for anything Michael Andretti is said by those already in F one. I don't think I assume it's plausible. And to me it makes perfect sense, but there's been just zero warmth towards that idea. So I'm not saying it get off the ground at the minute. Williams seems like a sensible option to me to go in there. I think Aston Martin has probably, I think, if you look at the wider Aston Martin group, the fact it now has investment from Mercedes and geely, I don't think you then have room for a Volkswagen group member to come in.
The Autosport Podcast
"sauber" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Perhaps you'd expect a driver being paid handsomely to defend their team to the hills, but you know, if you look at McLaren three, four years ago, you say, well, the reason they can't win is because a wind tunnel is an up to spec. So that's why they're getting their brand new shyly one online for 2024. But we know that him will facility at Sauber is amazing, all those LMP1 cars at a designer and then go on to blitz circuit Della Sartre and all of that, it's a cracked facility, but they're not, yeah, and as you mentioned they're not operating at the cost cap. So some of that means they're slow with parts so they can design something pretty mega but then can't construct it, can't get it on both cars. But also if you're not operating at cost cap, you know, this is why the arguments for breaking the cost cap with the allegations at Red Bull are so strong because there is performance to be gained there. So if you think Alfred have taken it or sailboats, we should probably start referring to taking that decent step forward. They're now midfield contenders, which is no mean feat, considering that car would not do two or three laps without going bang in pre season testing, but now a bona FIDE midfield contender with some more investment with the more loving playing field of the cost cap. So again, if they keep on investing, they would expect them to start to begin to catch up. So if I could use a poor analogy, I'm an Aston Villa fan Martin and we've just signed a new manager in Unai Emery, and it's not about going and winning the Premier League in the next three seasons. It's about being the best of the rest, which I think is the next target for that Sauber operation that we did sign of the chassis. And then it's about what they can do when they're running well. They probably the Audi side is probably been through a couple of team leaders to find the right one and then you start investing together to build incremental gains with the engine and whatever. And then in their words, take on or be the best German manufacturer in what was that awful they did something like the rings of the new stars or something which basically means move over Mercedes. And I think when they probably put that out what they're anticipating is beating Mercedes at the top rather than thinking Mercedes have regressed to where they are now. Okay, look, let's take a quick break and when we come back we'll talk about how it might work from a team versus engine perspective, many teams do split those two bases and successfully in some cases and will have a look to what they could be doing over the next three years to ensure that they have the best drivers from 2026 to take on that three year plan of getting to the front of the grid. Those are stories are on the way. Okay, let's talk a little bit about Matt, your opinion on how it might work. Audi have their obviously their base in Germany, their motor sport base. But as you've mentioned already, actually, the henville facility, the wind tunnel there, which has been around a long time now, but I gather has been updated and is still used very much as a source of revenue. As a business line to rent out. And it's still very if not cutting edge is still very, very good. One of the best in the world. Many teams do split. So the world champions, Honda and Red Bull, Red Bull powertrains based here in the UK and Milton Keynes. And then some of the, I think the stuff that Honda are very, very good at. They would say the combustion engine side is still done in Japan. Also split, Renault, Alpine. If you like France and perhaps less successfully, you could say lots of teams split engine and team and some have it all under one roof. I know the Christian Horner recently has been using that phrase that Red Bull power trains and Red Bull is able to build a car and an engine under one roof. I think it was an interview with Fred. A Ted sorry when he went to his house over the break and he was talking a lot about Red Bull powertrains. It was interesting that he was making that and sort of before the re loving with Honda. I guess, but what's your opinion on how it could shake out? Because it's not like Audi are going to buy their way into Sauber. Close down their base, which is not the biggest, but nothing to be ashamed of and move it all to Germany. So they're going to have to split it, not a million miles apart physically. How do you think it's going to shake out? Well, the one Barrett that would be the enormous cost and two if in rising does retain this small percentage. He'll say that that doesn't happen. But I think it's an interesting discussion, isn't it? Because then where do you draw the line? So, you know, like you talk about Red Bull being based in the UK and Honda in Japan. But what about Mercedes with the engine being done at brixworth and end up being an hour's drive to the chassis in brackley? What about even Red Bull when they go with their Red Bull powertrains online? Well, they're still separated by a factory rule in Adrian newey. It might be masterminding the design of the car, but he's not over same engine. Look at auto sport, we have the distinct magazine and the website. Has that necessarily changed from when we always used to be in the office together to now us communicating on Zoom and Microsoft Teams and other online software since pandemic not necessarily. So I don't really buy that as a barrier. I can see why it might be a handy excuse or whatever, you know, you think of maybe a better way to look at it rather than sort of the physical locations getting bogged down and that is the philosophy to use a really grandiose term. The concept that the approach, but that's why the McLaren Honda partnerships fell apart so much because one was had Mercedes sorry, because McLaren had designed this what it thought was a class leading better than anyway. I was size zero Coke bottle shaped package. The Honda engine barely could fit in. And so because it was basically crowbar in there, it was getting too hot and kept going bang all the time. So you can add these two class leading organizations, but unless they integrate well, it's not going to happen. So that's when you would say Sauber is still Sauber engineer is and there will still have this minority ownership and stuff. But effectively, if they're all using Audi headed letter paper, you'd expect them to run with the same approach and therefore they can integrate well and be harmonious. So I don't see it being a major issue. And in terms of Audi, bigwigs or the marketing department with the ideally wanting all in Germany, yeah, I get that, but does it really matter? I mean, it is the same way so I was speaking to someone and I'm sure people can take an educated potshot who it was, but someone very high up in the Porsche 9 one 9 program. I said, well,
The Autosport Podcast
"sauber" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Best gauge for all of this Martin is to look at the deal that didn't happen. That was Andretti would Sauber and so apart from the half billion pounds it now cost to take over an F one team. There's now Finn rosling who came in to save Salva. He doesn't want to see his hard work go for nothing. So that means shoring up that facility and his employees, which is what Audi. It's a really bad cliche from the classic car world, but they say you're never an owner of a classic car you're a custodian. You preserve it for the next person. And I think that's the mantra or the philosophy that Finn Rosen wants to be adopted for his saddle organization he wants to see investment in there so it remains a major employer and his safeguard. It's not to say that in 5 years time he's out of the door and Audi can set up shop in Germany and to go with their press release when he announced that Belgium Grand Prix German engine German car clear off Mercedes, this is what we're doing. And that is what we understand that he will retain a percentage, let's say arbitrarily, it's 20% Audi will be the biggest shareholder in the setup, the majority of the call or the shots, but he will say stay there to preserve that site. So could you speculate maybe up to 80% something like that and I also don't think it's unreasonable to expect that that will be the end goal in 2026, but at this present point in time, it's a smaller percentage of equity and it will build up over the coming years. It's the alpha stickers stick away and Audi builds up. But no, we don't know the exact details, but I would speculate it's something along those lines sort of progressive and beyond just writing a big check, I think there's an expectation to keep on plowing investment, not only to preserve the team, but also Audi wants to be king competitive, and that means spending to get to the top. So how does it work in the interim period, which is really fascinating because Alfa Romeo, there's nothing Alfa Romeo inside that Salva. It's a sponsorship deal, although it's so cool and sexy to have the Alfa Romeo name on the team entry list. They don't have an Alfa Romeo factory churning out Alfa Romeo, turbo hybrid engines. So they have a title sponsorship of that car through next year 2023. Ferrari have an engine supply deal through the end of 2025, then from 2026, it'll be an Audi in the back of it. How does this all play out in terms of Audi? However you want to shake it out. A competitor to Ferrari. Now whilst Audi don't make hypercars. They do make things like the Audi R 8. That's going to go electric at some point. They make E Tron GT. A 150 grand cars, which is kind of Ferrari territory. How does that all square away with Audi being an investor and increasing investor in a team where Ferrari are going to be supplying the engine to that and presumably a lot of IP and knowledge potentially being leaked, which they are not going to let happen. So how do we do this next two or three years? I think there will be three distinct stages to it. So we'll have the alpha branding, which as you say, is means Zhou and Bottas can turn up in a company car and I have to say, I disagree with the alpha boss, our colleagues at my spot dot com interviewed him sort of about three months ago. And he was saying, oh, it's been a great success. It's F one project studded exactly what we need to. Well, I would think if you're in the finance or accounts office at Alfa Romeo, you beg to differ that you're still not lighting up the showrooms, but that's by the bike. Anyway, back to your question. We have deal up until the end of next season. I then think the paint shop will peel off those Alfa Romeo stickers and we'll revert to the sort of 2010 spec where it will just be Sauber in name only, but effectively an engine deal with Ferrari. Like you say that they won't be privy to anything that's going on there will be no IP carry over it. It will be delivered in a locked box and bolted into the back of that car and they won't be able to crack open and see what makes it tick as it were. So, you know, I suppose it might be fun to speculate, would they go back to their black livery of 2014, 2015, the white of Sauber before, whatever, whatever, but then from 2026, you'll see those four rings appear and judging by the spa livery on that concept car in there. There'd be a bit of day glow orange for you and maybe some white and grayscale like old Audi quattros, that sort of racing livery, but three distinct stages I reckon. I love it. And I love thinking about how that's going to Ferrari will not want an engine to be falling off the back of a lorry and going missing somewhere. As you say, I'll be under lock and key because as they lose the Alfa Romeo sponsorship, is that money comes out, you know, that's a team anyway that hasn't exactly been bumping up against the top of the budget cap. Anyway, which they were going to get to, I think, this year or next year with increased investment. So the Audi investment will come in. And as owned by the VW group, enormously deep pockets of which being an entry in Formula One requires. So money won't be a problem for Sauber, running Ferrari engines for those two years. What are the regulations for Audi coming in? Because there's obviously a cost cap on running a team just pick an example catering, don't know why I thought of that. There's a cost cap on running a team. And there's a cost cap on building an engine. So Audi now they've announced this. They have a big facility in Germany, as you say, for their sports cars. It used to be for formula E as well. They have a big motor sport presence. Actually, more than Porsche, we'll get onto that. And so they're not free to go away and spend half a $1 billion or Euros on their engine projects. And now they're under the engine cost cap rolls. Which in typical Formula One way are actually more complicated for new entrants going to get a little bit more money. But how do you think that that will work in terms of the team? Because the team are going to need some money, they're going to need boots on the ground. If Audi are putting their money in, they're going to want some Audi team members in there helping to run Sauber. Could that be a source of conflict or an opportunity for the team to actually get their operations a bit more slick? I think you have to look at it at the latter. So I had a conversation with our two Bottas about this a few Grand Prix ago. It might have actually been spa, yeah, when the Audi engine program was announced, but not the linking up with Sauber and the question put to him was you have moved from Mercedes to Sauber. Yes, everything's smaller, but have you identified any reason why this team can not win.
The Autosport Podcast
"sauber" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Strategic partner for their entry into Formula One in 2026 Sauber confirming the Audi will buy a stake in the company, but we don't know how much it follows the news that Porsche's Red Bull deal was called off when that was looking almost certain. So today we look at the new entrance into Formula One and we ask why has F one been so keen on getting the VW group into the sport. What it means for alda, Audi, Sauber, and Alfa Romeo, and can Audi, be competitive when they arrive, let's get up to speed. With auto sports, Matt's Q greetings, sir, you are UK based for a little while, which means no jet lag. How's things going? Absolutely. Not too bad. Although I was driving till very late last night, some of it tired today, but that was called a one lag or M1 lag as opposed to jet lag. I imagine the alarm was going off early. There's work to be done. Absolutely always in always in the world of an all sport journalist, always worked to be done. Oh yeah, yeah, yeah, in case the boss is listening. Let's talk about new entrants coming into Formula One. It's a fascinating, fascinating time, and it's one of the details obviously amongst the sadness of Dietrich mateschitz passing away at the weekend, and somebody kind of noted it as almost an aside, but I found it a really interesting comment that the Red Bull Porsche deal, which was ultimately called off because we'll find out your opinion on that could have been his last big influence on Formula One. I thought that was interesting. And then the news that we found out yesterday that Sauber and Audi are teaming up for the future from 2026 and the new regulations. Now, many formula teams have come and gone over the years, but recent times, the modern era, let's call it. Have seen a degree of stability. How did we get to where we are today? Ah, I know it's so boring and answer, but it's Netflix, isn't it? You know, it's a drive to survivor. It's a popularity. It's we record this after the U.S. Grand Prix which had 440,000 people going at record attendance. It's that popularity that has meant that really dismantle it always sticks around with motor sport. If you win on Sunday, you sell on Monday and albeit he's now been ousted as CEO because the electric shifted Volkswagen was a bit pants, but her but the former CEO addressing members of Wolfsburg where Volkswagen is based saying, we do this, we're going to sell a load more cars. So if let's just say hypothetically, you would spend 500 million a year on F one, we reckon we can make a billion pounds from it. And so when you put it as simple as that, it's good. So, you know, same for Porsche, they think, to market the 9 11 as best as possible, they need to be the sports brand and how would you be the sporters? Well, you know, LeMond's lemon is amazing, but how many eyeballs should you get on that? We need to be in F one. So that's where the interest has come from. You know, we're here at other manufacturers, but I feel like in 2022, everything today would Formula One has been the worst kept secret, but Audi announcing its partnership with Sauber. We have known about for months. I think even readers with only a passing interest will sort of aware aware of that. And actually, it is interesting, as you say, to touch on the death masterships, obviously recently very sad, you know, team bosses, rye always coming around saying about his impacts across mode sport and I don't think it'd be wrong to put two and two together to get the conclusion that yes, him being aware as of his own declining how I thought even as anyone it has to be pragmatic when you're in your late 70s about shoring up the future of your greatest asset, your prized possession, something that will define your legacy almost. I think partnering Red Bull with a massive deep pocketed prestigious OEM like Porsche was a part of that, but equally he has to take responsibility that he wants to see Red Bull continuing his successful image. And if aligning with Porsche or not aligning was to the detriment of that, then here is equally right to bin it off as well. Now when they won the constructors championship over the weekend, they unfiled a big banner in the paddock at Kota, which said something like Red Bull likes it on top. And I just can't imagine Portia in Formula One, unveiling a banner in 5 years time saying Porsche likes it on top. And it's like, at that for me, was Red Bull, they were all wearing blue jeans, and it was very much his legacy, like you say. Let's dig into the announcement yesterday that we heard that Formula One had finally able to confirm the worst kept secret. That Sauber becomes a works team for Audi, but there are some key missing details in this. Can you try and fill us in as much as you can because we don't know what the stake is going to be in them. But we do know that Audi is acquiring a stake in the team that they will be a works team that Audi want to put an Audi engine in the back of that Sauber. So what do we know about the deal and what are the missing jigsaw pieces that we're still going to have to fill in?
The Dan Patrick Show
"sauber" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"They didn't association with the sons afterwards. But there were, from what I understand, a lot of sponsors that were joining the line and the dominoes were going to start falling pretty soon. And I think yesterday in Robert announcing he was going to sell the team was probably about the last time he would have been able to make that announcement or decision really of his own volition on his own time frame because the walls were going to start closing in. Yeah, I thought that when the commissioner said, hey, I can't do anything. Can he start the process of asking the other owners or governors about that? That's what I want. Hey, I can't take away his team. But Roger Goodell did this when I can't take away Daniel stunt, what can you start the process? And I wondered if Adam silver was going to start the process with the other owners. I think that was on the table. I don't think that had started, Dan. I don't think that process, but there's one pretty big difference in that in the NFL when the report came out on the commanders and Dan cider and all that, that report wasn't released in full. It wasn't really, they weren't given a lot of details. The NBA report is not the full report, of course. There was 320 witnesses who were interviewed. It was distilled down into 43 pages, but they were still 43 pages. And they were pretty specific on certain incidents. And I thought there was in a way that was the process, right? That is starting to process, like you drop that into the water. And give people time to read it and digest it. And I think the longer that was in the public consciousness, the more people read it, the more, and I have to give a lot of credit to the players who talked about it publicly because they did it before they were asked, right? LeBron James was asked to his opinion, he just gave it on Twitter and read it was Chris Paul. But they were specific and they were public and what they called for. And I just don't, there wasn't going to be a path for Robert Sauber to keep owning the team. He was going to fight. He fought real hard behind the scenes. To keep owning the team. But once the sponsors started pulling out, we're about to start pulling out in mass. That's when I think things really change for him and for the league and that they ended up in a place where and let's be real about it. If you're the other owners in the NBA, and in Congress, when they vote on something, it's all public, right? So on C-SPAN and you see who votes on everything and you have a record. In the NBA, those votes are supposed to be private, but you and I both know that every vote would elite.
AP News Radio
Judge approves $2.46 billion Boy Scouts reorganization plan
"I Mike Gracia reporting a judge approves a boy scouts reorganization plan A bankruptcy judge has approved a proposed $2.46 billion reorganization plan for the Boy Scouts of America The approval is seen as a key step toward allowing BSA to move forward while compensating tens of thousands of men who allege they were sexually abused as children while involved in scouting The ruling came from judge Laurie Sauber Silverstein in Delaware The Boy Scouts of America sought bankruptcy protection more than two years ago under mounting lawsuits alleging child sexual abuse by scout leaders and volunteers More than 80,000 men have filed claims In a statement lawyers for some of the victims said funds for the settlement would come from boy scouts of America local councils insurers and organizations that have chartered scouting troops and activities I'm Mike Gracia
The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"sauber" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"No there's no separation there was no there was a little separation. I i thought. I definitely think drew lock won the day. There's no doubt in my mind. Lock one the day. He was poised and again. He's going up against a better now. I know it's more second mixed with first stringers on minnesota's defense but technically he's going against the better string teddy was all right. I thought one of his throws he hit. Who did he hit. Below was it. When he hit was at sauber the tight end sauber. He hit him underneath a play action he had. I don't remember if it was caja. Handler trinity benson over the top. They're running the same route. It's one of those where they're in the same line but the wide receiver breaks off at the over the first down line and goes deeper on his en route and so he had a thirty yard pass. He settled for the five yard pass. That turned into a twenty yard gain. That's bridgewater that's what lock failed to do last year right. He didn't settle for those. He went deep. It all works if you can run. The football tweeted this. And i'm not getting. I'm not even getting excited. Colfax devante williams the rookie running back if he can run like that. It doesn't matter who your quarterback is. I tweeted that all day. By the way i said if if this defense can play like that it doesn't matter who your quarterback is if you can run the ball that well. It doesn't matter if you can return kicks like they did in that second half. It doesn't matter. And then i finally tweeted. If drew lock and throw touchdown passes like that. It doesn't matter who your quarterback wait a second okay. I got a little a little crazy with that bottom line. Take this from what you will with crappy minnesota reserves mixed with starting lineup. Group quarterback play was okay..
The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"sauber" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"D. then you couple it with he fired rock nation. That's his second agent. He's fired in the last two years and then he had the then. He posted that his new shoes at nike's releasing trash and he had nothing to do with them. Like i get. You can't really figure out kyrie but is there something up there in brooklyn we should pay more attention to. I'll say that kerry is a very different kind of human being And and there's some beauty and genius there but there are some pretty perplexing qualities as well. I mean he's Putting his money into providing water in and and resources into african country or he's tweeting and saying crazy things about this set. And the other thing. I i'm trying to take him as an overall person and not judge him by How would everybody else If he's there and he's playing and he's competing. I don't have a problem with them. I did take some breaks throughout I guess they were. They mental health breaks where they just time. How much should we say. That's not the right thing. I think we're starting to understand a little bit that you need to allow for people to be human beings I think kyrie's is odd. And i i in a way. It could hurt the nets chances of closing this thing out if they can't really rely on on kyrie but the same time he was there in the playoffs. He was great in the playoffs. And if kevin durant has a slightly smaller shoe they probably win a title. Yep or if he's healthy they probably win a title all right so chris. Paul isn't going to lakers going back to phoenix. I think that he's going back to phoenix. So if you go if you rewind I had a reported that. I expect chris paul to opt out into look for one hundred million over three years. So he's got an option for forty four million but it makes sense for him to opt out if you can get one hundred over three. It's more money. He'll make less than that first year. But it's a bigger deal overall and then the sons went on to get to the finals. So that sorta changed. The picture and the issue in phoenix is that they've got to pay the eight and he's looking for max money. They gotta pay bridges. Probably at least twenty if not twenty three twenty five million dollars a year and already paying booker. And so if you pay chris that kind of money long term. They're going to be in the tax now. My argument is is. It's not an issue in year one because extensions wouldn't kick in it'd be an issue near to so yes taxing your two year three. It's you know it's not that hard to move a contract and in my mind. You could probably move chris at that point if you had to. So if i'm robert sauber the owner of the sons. I'm getting done But there was. I forget who we spoke to english Gamble on the radio. I believe Start yes Thank you sorry said something that was. It wasn't like a smoking gun or anything but it was very wishy. Washy about keeping. Chris it was kind of like yeah. Well you know. We'll do our best of it. just didn't come across. All he had to say like the right thing to say was. We hope chris is with the organization for a long time. That leaves you blameless. You try you do it. But he was so wishy washy. It just left to see the doubt and so when i look around the landscape of the nba..
AP News Radio
CDC begs Americans not to travel for Thanksgiving
"The centers for disease control and prevention bags Americans not to travel for thanksgiving the CDC's Dr Erin Sauber Schatz says the plea comes after more than one million new virus cases were reported over the last week she says the safest way to celebrate thanksgiving is at home with people in your household if college students or members of the military you're coming home the CDC suggests keeping things outdoors if possible with people six feet apart and wearing masks with just one person serving the food coronavirus surges were seen last summer after Memorial Day and July fourth despite similar warnings I'm a Donahue
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