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"seven twenty seven foot" Discussed on Truth Be Told

Truth Be Told

12:42 min | 2 months ago

"seven twenty seven foot" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"Hatred told Captain Ron here for twenty suite at the two thousand Nineteen Ufo Congress. And let me tell you. This is what these events are so exciting about not one of the speakers not one of the scheduled. People just standing there talking richer. Dolan Mr James Goodell walks by and he's been kind enough to sit down and talk to me for a few minutes which I really appreciate it. Sir Mr Goodell's expert in all these things area fifty one of all things which is coming up. We have the big three weeks away from the storm area. Fifty one thinks to two weeks away and what perfect timing to talk to the man who knows more about this than anyone else. I would say right more than anyone else. Certainly an expert in this area pretty much. Yeah I've been digging into stuff like this most of my adult life and what? What is your take us. An overall perspective on really. What's going on well? First of all I knew Bob Lazar before he went to work out in the desert. And you couldn't put a gun to his head to convince that. Ufo's real okay. I've interviewed Sr seventy-one pilot that chased one in the left in the dust. Wow friend Ben rich who the former president the Laki skunkworks talk to him about ten days before he died he was at USC Medical Center and he said Jim. We have things out in the desert. Now he didn't say area fifty one they never do. Recall it out here. Yeah yeah well I mean that. Lay people call it? That they don't really area fifty one and the section to the West is fifty and the one to the East Jerry. Fifty two it was to trick. They put a grid on. The maps to track fallout from above ground nuclear detonations and that happened to be one of the grids. Gotcha and up to two hundred and one or two but I see I know before he went to work out in the desert and I met him through John Lear. Right and judge of character John for about forty five years and I had just photograph one seventeen. This is the fall of eighty nine F. One seventeen in the fall of eighty nine. Wow and no one. I mean there was some rumblings about it but it hadn't been made public and it was at eighty eight. I think it was eight. Eighty and I had just photographed that day. I got back to lear's house and he lives near Sunrise Mountain okay. East side of North Northeast side of Vegas. He said I got a buddy of mine coming over. Who would that be Bob Lazar? So Bob shows up and we talk and about nine thirty at night and shooting. This is before digital cameras shooting print film and I had coca-cola And I said I wait till tomorrow to get this step process to know if I got anything and was said why. Have A C forty win processor at my house this go to my house. We jump in his car. He's going to West Charleston. They said you know. I really feel bad for for lear. Ystad said he's from this world famous aviation family. I mean the right the lead object riding Lear jet to the world among other things he eight track tape navigation equipment and stuff like that. I said in any idiot believe in. Ufo'S CZAR says. This is before he went to work out in the desert. How he said I'm nuclear physicist if I can't prove it mathematically or touch it it doesn't exist of course we all know what happened about a year later so obviously your position. Is that Bob the real deal legitimate thing. I saw T- Diploma you saw Bob Form that's huge and there's a lot of discrepancy about that people are trying to discredit him from those things. When they ask William Taylor Edward Net williamtown when they when they ask Edward Teller a number of years ago. You know Bob Lazar and he got furious and he wouldn't. He wouldn't comment to me. You WanNA walk away. If Bob Lazar was a fraud every teller would have said he's full of Baloney. I have never. I don't know him. I've never seen them. I know nothing about him other than he has a story but the fact that he had worked for Edward Teller. Edward Teller could not comment. Because if you're dealing with with classified data you can neither confirm nor deny so by making no comment. Now if if he was a fried he would've said this guy's full of ball but everybody that he said he works with. They all have no comment. Sounds good to me now and and all of a sudden saw that Bob did this big interview in June. Yeah obviously it's exploded. Now we've got tons of people rushing out there area fifty one obviously. They're not GONNA do anything. But now one of the one of the biggest one of the big fears that the people in Rachel. I'm talking maybe Pat Travis. I've known PAT and Joe. Oh yeah I I went to the little alien in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. No kidding it wasn't rituals that small town in Nevada. Maybe what fifty eighty people live there? Something like that. I think there's fifty four fifty six fulltime residents. He had gotten up to ninety eight during the boom years during the boom years And it's just it's Bob is real from everything that I can gather. When ben rich retired president of the Lockheed skunkworks when he tells me to my ears on a first person in first person phone interview and I knew Bam banned for about twenty five years. We have things out in the desert that are fifty years beyond what you can comprehend now. We think he'd been billed but what you can comprehend and if you see movies like Star Trek or Star Wars. We been there done that. We decided it wasn't worth the effort. And you want to expand upon that passed away about ten days later man and he he had we get an agreement unfortunately he died of cancer before it could be fulfilled. He wasn't allow me to interview them. No holes barred and he was going to spill his guts and he died too soon. My friend Michael Shroud has seen the letters going back and forth between Dan and myself. This is before the Internet and there was a thing before the right right right right right so it's but it's I'm GonNa be at the storm Area Fifty One. You are going to basecamp over. Yeah yeah that's springs. Yeah joins Georgia is going to be there. Jerry is invited me. That's wonderful adamant dragster Brown along with me. He's the one who did the nineteen ninety four Article Yeah Science. Awesome Asom and the the mountaintop photo up. There let are very interesting people. There's commandant for the tillery. Police departments up there. Glen Campbell was ever not that singer right with the area doing research center guy and Bob Gilligan is up there with US I gotTa Fight. He Sa seventy-one. Wow and he's a friend of mine very well he's just passed away. Yes are seventy one. Was that plane the supposed to be the fastest one and everything that black one did they have in La ice? I saw my very first blackbird. I was TDY Dead Reserve Force Base in March nineteen actually February nineteen sixty four and I was there to support three programs. I was an eighteen year. Old Kid do specialize in ground based telemetry and communications I get I get the Edwards. Something came in the morning of February. Twenty ninth set off the fire systems. Eight miles flight line couldn't get their march ten thousand nine hundred sixty four. I've taken a shuttle flight from Edwards Air Force Base too hot during the North or plant in Hawthorne California in La. And I heard something roaring down down the expe- Seventy Runup pad rented down the flight line and I saw the x fifteen fire coming out of the rear and people were too small though. Johnson they say. Hey we're reloading job with a pusher going type of executive transport which took off over Rogers Dry Lake and we bank is returned. I'm looking straight down in the top. The blackbird Oh wow and which is like nothing we've ever seen right at that point even today when you look at it now is. They started developing at sixty years six years. Yeah nineteen fifty eight fifty nine and the thing that's amazing and it's amazing about the skunkworks is from signing a contract. The first flight was thirty. Two months the air force change the paint scheme A. C. C. One thirty today and thirty two I saw. I saw the iron bird for the thirty five in nineteen eighty nine at the at the new skunkworks Palmdale. It's forty years right yet. Forty years ago right now and don't have fully operational unbelievable but as far as UFO's go. I was a DOCENT AT KITT. Peak national observatories west of Tucson okay. They have twenty four telescopes twenty-two Optical to radio and for five years Caltech used the two point one meter telescope to do exoplanet research. And in a very very small area of the Milky Way they were able to identify eight thousand planets orbiting starts. She's and I got. I got sort of they was. That was a twelve hour day. Anytime you enough to be dosing and I am too old for that tired for it but just just before. I quit my dosen job. My volunteer job leading strand numbers give a talk to all the doses. They say based on what they know with all the research being done worldwide they estimate that for every star in the universe is one and a half planets and based on that calculation they estimate that approximately two billion. That's with a B. Two billion earth like planets in an inhabitable zone in a similar size sunlight own with liquid water now. The Universe is fourteen billion years old. Our little corner of the universe is only four billion. Isn't it interesting that nineteen eighty-seven we didn't think there were any planets around any stars and look at how it's changed dramatically and it's the opposite? Now it's everyone when they're done building the giant Magellan Telescope and showy they're utilizing seven twenty-seven foot diameter mirrors. And they're going to be look at. They figure they'll be able to see back. Two hundred thousand light years from the from through satellite unbelievable unbelievable and and the thing that cracks me up in the movie contact Jodie Foster's character said if we're the only ones what a waste of space and I don't think for the only ones a good example. Nineteen thousand nine hundred seventy two for Western Pacific about eleven o'clock at night. Seventy one pilot is going through a routine nighttime. Training Mission is at seventy eight thousand feet. Doing about Mach two point seven which is about seventeen hundred miles an hour. Eight hundred miles an hour. Sounds funny calling this routine but okay at any day of the week? Blackbird could fly at twenty one hundred miles an hour at eight hundred eighty.

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"seven twenty seven foot" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"seven twenty seven foot" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of Arizona this one we started just about eighteen months ago Patrick McCarthy has the international group building the largest optical telescope in the world the giant Magellan so one of the big discoveries in astronomy in the past twenty years is that ninety seven percent of universe we have no idea what it is but McCarthy says the giant Magellan project is working to change that that is a chunk of glass yeah feel it's pretty heavy this is pretty dense stuff it takes about twenty tons of movies to make one mare using special glass which makes up the telescope seven twenty seven foot circular mayors that he shipped in from Japan then melted down in a specially engineered rotating furnace I think it is probably the only rotating furnace for making large mirrors the reaches temperatures of more than twenty one hundred degrees it takes the team here in Tucson eighteen months to complete a single sixteen and a half turn mirror but researchers are quite clear it's worth the wait it's a major breakthrough in our ability to study the universe astronomer Jared males tells us giant Magellan's resolution will be ten times greater than NASA's current gold standard the Hubble Space Telescope it's that revolution in resolution that scientists say will help the giant Magellan discover new planets and look deeper into the universe than ever before deep enough to turn back time the telescope certain time machines in a.

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"seven twenty seven foot" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"seven twenty seven foot" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Under the football stadium at the university of Arizona this one we started just about eighteen months ago Patrick McCarthy has the international group building the largest optical telescope in the world the giant Magellan so one of the big discoveries in astronomy in the past twenty years is that ninety seven percent of universe I have no idea what it is but McCarthy says the giant Magellan project is working to change that that is a chunk of glass yes feel it's pretty heavy this is pretty dense stuff it takes about twenty tons of these to make one mare using special glass which makes up the telescope seven twenty seven foot circular mirrors that he shipped in from Japan then melted down in a specially engineered rotating furnace I think it is probably the only rotating furnace for making large mirrors that reaches temperatures of more than twenty one hundred degrees it takes the team here in Tucson eighteen months to complete a single sixteen and a half turn mirror but researchers are quite clear it's worth the wait it's a major breakthrough in our ability to study the universe astronomer Jared males tells us giant Magellan's resolution will be ten times greater than NASA's current gold standard the Hubble Space Telescope it's that revolution in resolution that scientists say will help the giant Magellan discover new planets and look deeper into the universe than ever before deep enough to turn back time the telescope certain time.

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"seven twenty seven foot" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"seven twenty seven foot" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"This one we started just about eighteen months ago Patrick McCarthy has the international group building the largest optical telescope in the world the giant Magellan so one of the big discoveries in astronomy in the past twenty years is that ninety seven percent of universe we have no idea what it is but McCarthy says the giant Magellan project is working to change that that is a chunk of glass yeah feel it's pretty heavy this is pretty dense stuff it takes about twenty tons of these to make one mare using special glass which makes up the telescope seven twenty seven foot circular mayors that is shipped in from Japan then melted down in a specially engineered rotating furnace I think it is probably the only rotating furnace for making large mirrors that reaches temperatures of more than twenty one hundred degrees it takes the team here in Tucson eighteen months to complete a single sixteen and a half turn mirror but researchers are quite clear it's worth the wait it's a major breakthrough in our ability to study the universe astronomer Jared males tells us giant Magellan's resolution will be ten times greater than NASA's current gold standard the Hubble Space Telescope it's that revolution in resolution that scientists say will help the giant Magellan discover new planets and look deeper into the universe than ever before deep enough to turn back time the telescope certain time machines in a sense because light travels fast but not infinitely fast so if you look ten light years away you're seeing the light.

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"seven twenty seven foot" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"seven twenty seven foot" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Arizona this one we started just about eighteen months ago Patrick McCarthy has the international group building the largest optical telescope in the world big giant Magellan so one of the big discoveries in astronomy in the past twenty years is that ninety seven percent of universe we have no idea what it is but McCarthy says the giant Magellan project is working to change that that is a chunk of glass yeah feel it's pretty heavy this is pretty dense stuff it takes about twenty tons of movies to make one they're using special glass which makes up a telescope seven twenty seven foot circular mayors that is shipped in from Japan then melted down in a specially engineered rotating furnace I think it is probably the only rotating furnace for making large mirrors that reaches temperatures of more than twenty one hundred degrees it takes the team here in Tucson eighteen months to complete a single sixteen and a half turn mirror but researchers are quite clear it's worth the wait it's a major breakthrough in our ability to study the universe astronomer Jared males tells us giant Magellan's resolution will be ten times greater than NASA's current gold standard the Hubble Space Telescope it's that revolution in resolution that scientists say will help the giant Magellan discover new planets and look deeper into the universe than ever before deep enough to turn back time the telescope certain time machines in a sense because light travels fast but not infinitely fast so if you look ten light years away you're seeing the.

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"seven twenty seven foot" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"seven twenty seven foot" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Giant Magellan telescope is expected to be the world's largest optical telescope once it's completed CBS news correspondent Jim Axelrod reports from the unique place the telescope's being built it is certainly a peculiar place for a state of the art laboratory but under the football stadium at the university of Arizona this one we started just about eighteen months ago Patrick McCarthy has the international group building the largest optical telescope in the world the giant Magellan so one of the big discoveries in astronomy in the past twenty years is that ninety seven percent of universe we have no idea what it is but McCarthy says the giant Magellan project is working to change that that is a chunk of glass feel it's pretty heavy this is pretty dense stuff it takes about twenty tons of these to make one they're using special glass which makes up the telescope seven twenty seven foot circular mayors thirty shipped in from Japan then melted down in a specially engineered rotating furnace I think it is probably the only rotating furnace for making large mirrors the reaches temperatures of more than twenty one hundred degrees how complicated is it to build these wears pretty complicated and it's a real precision polishing challenge in each mere when they're finished is so precise and so smooth if you made it the size of the continental United States the distance between the tallest mountain peaks in the deepest valleys half an inch what's that smell Magellan's mirrors will eventually end up on a mountain top in Chile's Atacama desert housed inside a twenty two story observatory that's Jim Axelrod reporting for CBS news seller some stories to tell about the British open today and Steve Baker be here with that next on sports latest albums of all time church she released in July of two thousand eleven is our churches third studio album selling in the millions of pres.

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Building Giant Magellan, the world's largest telescope

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Building Giant Magellan, the world's largest telescope

"Giant Magellan telescope is expected to be the world's largest optical telescope once it's completed CBS news correspondent Jim Axelrod reports from the unique place the telescope's being built it is certainly a peculiar place for a state of the art laboratory but under the football stadium at the university of Arizona this one we started just about eighteen months ago Patrick McCarthy has the international group building the largest optical telescope in the world the giant Magellan so one of the big discoveries in astronomy in the past twenty years is that ninety seven percent of universe we have no idea what it is but McCarthy says the giant Magellan project is working to change that that is a chunk of glass feel it's pretty heavy this is pretty dense stuff it takes about twenty tons of these to make one they're using special glass which makes up the telescope seven twenty seven foot circular mayors thirty shipped in from Japan then melted down in a specially engineered rotating furnace I think it is probably the only rotating furnace for making large mirrors the reaches temperatures of more than twenty one hundred degrees how complicated is it to build these wears pretty complicated and it's a real precision polishing challenge in each mere when they're finished is so precise and so smooth if you made it the size of the continental United States the distance between the tallest mountain peaks in the deepest valleys half an inch what's that smell Magellan's mirrors will eventually end up on a mountain top in Chile's Atacama desert housed inside a twenty two story

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"seven twenty seven foot" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:57 min | 1 year ago

"seven twenty seven foot" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Four forty Pacific time give or take Tom for Nellie will join me in an hour and a half talks college football. He's my colleague over sports. We'll play some of my conversation with Josh Johnson. New quarterback. Now, Washington given the injuries to their quarterback situation. Josh was really thoughtful and really interesting on how hard it has been for him to keep believing that he should be and try to be NFL quarterback ten years in the league in and out drafted ten years ago. I start ever we go and win. It was a really cool conversation. So we'll get to that. This is a topic we've been talking around, and it's where to Steph curry. Fit into the lexicon into the language of greatness in the NBA where where does he belong on that list that will someday be drafted after he's done as a top five or ten or twenty or thirty player. And I'm I'm the big curry guy. I've said before a year ago, I started I thought curry was the second the second best player in the game. And people thought I had lost my mind. I think he's after LeBron. He's the best player in the NBA. And that that view I think it has gotten some traction spread a little bit over the last year. His excellence is is ridiculous. There are a lot of ways you kind of quantify. How silly what he's doing is? But here's one he's shooting. Forty eight percent from the three point line this year. Very few people that aren't centers shoot that. Period from the field in the course of a season. And now I have an updated this in about a month. But there was a point. There was a point where Steph was shooting twenty seven twenty seven feet or further. Better than almost every team in the NBA just from the three point line. The guy is a force of nature. He stretches the floor. He creates so many obstacles if you're trying to scheme against his team. He has an amazing handle. I think there's an under appreciation because he's not built like a superstar. We're used to our athletes, especially in this board being like LeBron. And like m Jane like a lot of guys utter and total specimens and Steph, isn't he he's got authentic ability. But he's not built in a way that screams that kind of excellence and. My thinking on stuff has evolved to where does he place historically? And I asked a a source in an colleague the other day, a guy who works in the NBA or I brought this up and his take was it was interesting was steps already the best player in the league is better than LeBron because the bras are in decline. He's went through other reasons and Steph is going to be a top ten player, and you can be better than Kobe. He's been finished higher than Kobe. And I said man, I'm the I'm the guy that would want to pitch that sell me on it. And he walked me through some things, and I think is a reasonable reasonable arguments. I've asked some people that we've had on the show recently that exact topic. And I it's interesting, right. Like, let me start with Sam amick, who's who's awesome. We ended yesterday. And I asked him that exact answer. And he started with this perspective on Steph versus Kobe. I mean, listen, my gut right now is is I'm gonna say Kobe by hair. But that's certainly. Could change. And maybe I'd feel differently. Once I did a deep dive on it. You know, you're talking about five rings. You're talking about, you know, two different integrations, obviously Kobe shack and then proving you could do it without check. And you know, and I don't know. But it's close, and I think you are talking about more history in terms of me. But my God Steph is getting there quickly. I mean, he's already there. We're talking about, you know, that's why this summer with Kevin Durant free agency is so interesting because you know, let's say Kevin leaves. You know, I there's part of me that would be very curious to see what the next chapter would hold for staff because I think people with the warriors that look at this potential scenario of Kevin leaving. I know that's not your question. But but in say, all right. So we resigned clay and shopping Klay in this last brothers going into the new arena in San Francisco. You probably have no problem attracting more talent from there. You know? I mean that would be an interesting chapter, but. But both incredible players and the other thing, you know, the complicates this is that people start to realize, oh, man, you know, Steph has a higher player efficiency rating than Kobe and Steph scores over the course of his career almost as many points as Kobe, but is so much more efficient in doing. So Steph is a forty four percent three point shooter over his career Kobe's only a forty four point seven per cent shooter period. And even Sam amick yesterday, as I guess he process that after he gave the as you just heard started to be like, man, maybe maybe they got it wrong. Changing. The game is something that not many guys have done. We're talking, you know, Kareem, and and, you know, changing the rules Nancy AA 'cause they can't figure out how to stop him at the rim and staff you got us out here talking about four point shots, you know, and and then it'll became a copycat league. So that that is the part that you know, might have stuff, you know, winning by air, but Elba question, I is a tough one to tackle. And I want some help with it. And so I also asked from the Washington Post their national NBA guy Bengal ever if not impossible. I mean, I think that we need to look at first of all steps gotta get some finals MVP. I think that's the last thing on his his bucket checklist. But five titles to match Kobe's five titles is definitely within his reach. When you look at. What is the staff, you know, Steph will be regarded already is. The greatest shooter in NBA history. And he's going to rewrite all of the record books when it comes to three point shooting. I mean, he's going to own the most games with ten plus three is the most games with six plus three. He's gonna own every single record there. He's got the scoring title. He's got multiple VP's. Uganda? MVP? He's turned it entire franchise around. They sort of built it in in his own image. And look I understand what you're saying about the Lakers side of things because there's lots of Lakers fan to thank you know, Shaq was definitely better than dug in and I'm on the other side of that. I think Dunkin had a better career was better for longer and more consistent and actually had more titles than shack. Did I I would argue that I think the curry versus Kobe argument could really lineup quite similarly to the shocked Okinawa where they're doing it in different ways. There may be doing it with that glitzy Lakers franchise, but when you stack up their compliments in their legacies. And what they're going to mean to the game. We are going to look back and say, you know, Steph curry was right there. With guys like, Michael Jordan and LeBron James in terms of defining. The course of basketball. How is the sport play? What are the best strategies? You know, what our coaches tried to emulate who are they trying to stop. I mean, Steph has his fingerprints all over this era of the NBA. There's no question about it. I think that Tim Duncan Kobe Bryant comparison is an is an important one. Because when both those guys retired I really struggle with which guy was better other neck and neck and a ton of research, and I wrote a column after doing that research making the calls arguing that it was Tim Duncan. Here's what. Kobe's excellence was predicated on his selfishness, but not a bad way. Just that's who he was. I mean, he he missed more shots than any player in the history of the game. And when Kobe couldn't be peak Koby the Lakers couldn't be peak Lakers. That's just a reality. And it's not a criticism. It may one of the greatest players of all time and it helped bring or did bring five rings to the Lakers help with three. It was the absolute reason for for two others. Dunkin's greatness as he deteriorate as a player. Everyone does transitioned from being the dominant force in that team to a culture builder. Handing off the reins one year to Tony Parker. He got to be the guy Ginobili one year got to be the guy got to be the guy and Duncan was able to help CD culture, leave a culture of excellence that only went away when quiet and pop how they're falling now that. Through his own greatness. Tim Duncan built something bigger than him. And Kobe didn't Kobe is an emulator, and he's the greatest Jordan nebulizer ever when you emulate something. You're not creating you're extending Duncan created something San Antonio. I think Steph is the same thing only what Steph created is the entire league. Think about this while Koby missed more shots than one of the history of the game and made it so that young guys on his team couldn't develop Kobe couldn't be the guy anymore because he'll be one of the shots as St. Russell without was like. Steph took a first round pick who fell and a second round pick, and clay and Draymond green respectively. And turn them into superstars step at the peak of his powers to time consecutive MVP. Welcome Kevin Durant. And there's a who's better who's better. And just let him be the guy you take more shots. Take the shot at the end of the game changes game to defer to Kevin Durant to create a winning culture where Kobe was emulating. Something Jordan did did an amazing job step was creating a new way to play basketball the three point shooting. The understanding of how that affects the game moving the ball, creating a culture of excellence that brings out the best and the people around you defenses have to account for that kind of shooting. All the things that defined the NBA today. The reason Mike Tony got a second chance to run his offense in Houston is because Steph curry created a new model, and that model wasn't just predicated on his all time greatness. He's the greatest shooter of all time. It's also predicated on his ability to make it about more than just himself on his team. And how thoroughly and clearly that soon with the rest of the league unless you have a LeBron. This is the way you have to look at the Celtics loaded with deaths and talent, and there's looking for the culture guy. Steph curry is going to end his career higher on my list than Kobe Bryant. If it's a big if he doesn't get hurt and he continues to play at this level. He's the greatest in the history NBA at the thing that turns out to be the most important history of the NBA, and we know that because of him, and that's three point shooting. It turns out that three point shooting is the most important weapon in the National Basketball Association. If you want to win an NBA championship, and there was a time when guys like Barclay and other people who should be in are renowned for their perspective would say as if it was an absolute ISM. He can't win an NBA championship shooting threes. And now ask Byron Scott. The reality is you cannot win an NBA championship if you refuse to shoot threes, or don't do it successfully who made that. So who rewrote or at least revealed that the earth in the NBA wasn't flat. It was round that it wasn't a two point game three point game. The greatest three point shooter in the history of the game. Steph curry. The guy is so underrated. And that's another sign of greatness. What Mark LeBron as much as anything in this rain so taken for granted. He didn't win MVP Z should've what Mark Kobe Bryant in his reign. Then he was so amazing. What he did that Steve Nash got a couple of MVP shouldn't have and really one from shackling one from Kobe and what Marx LeBron James same thing. It's a joke that Russ won the MVP a couple years ago. If you go back and look at the numbers LeBron head. Steph is the same guy. So great. We take him for grand now. And don't even realize that he's the best player in his own team..

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"seven twenty seven foot" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

13:53 min | 1 year ago

"seven twenty seven foot" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"Quicken Loans apply simply understand fully mortgage confidently. Take a minute. And just thank the guys who who work on the show Tom out here off today. Producer underscore, Tom. Does a great job. Ryan hickeys been on the show on the board and associate producer for eight months. Is that in the neighborhood of what's right trae longer? No house August. So that's you know, only is launch. Yeah. Six months just feels longer. No, traces is that right? It took that long after because it includes when did clearly. Well, Clifton early June. But it was for James because James ward laughed. I guess maybe James did the delay on the old thing like a month later a month later. Here's the point your great trace. We love having in the show. We think you're terrific. We're looking for the life announcement, and we appreciate you very very much all Ryan's hard work. Ryan a young guy early twenties huge future in radio keep an eye on them. And now the other Reinecke behind you and Ryan underscore Hickey number three s you on Twitter. And also Stewart Kovacs who has been the producer of this show since Adam left. I'm not gonna try to guess it'd be like six years, right? That's about right works. Really hard. Also doesn't an amazing job. And and it's the job at takes a lot of grief with a smile from Brian. And I just want to appreciate Stewart's Stewart's car works. Go back CBS on Twitter. We got we got more to get more to unpack. And tackle on the final show of the year. I used to think it was so funny when I was, you know, nine seeing next year, but is the last time that we'll talk to you. And it's a joke. Trace based on the fact that. Right. This is the last time that I'll be here in two thousand eighteen and allow me to say this to be doing this show for a year and a half. I moved from L A New York did to do it. And I've loved every minute of it. I love the people I work with. I love the slot. I love those of you. That are listening the interaction we have on the phone lines. It's been a real privilege and enjoying. I'm thrilled that I get to keep doing it in two thousand and nine thousand nine hundred for the rest of the show today. Maurice Jones, drew the former running back current NFL network analyst is gonna join me sort of depends when he's available on our, but he'll call we think somewhere in that thirty five minutes from now range aiming for seven forty eastern four forty Pacific time give or take Tom for Nellie will join me in an hour and a half talk some college football. He's my colleague over sports. We'll play some of my conversation with Josh Johnson quarterback in Washington given the injuries to their quarterback situation. Josh was really thoughtful and really interesting on. How hard it has been for him to keep believing that he should be in and try to be an NFL quarterback ten years in the league in and out drafted ten years ago. I start ever we go and a win. It was a really cool conversation. So we'll get to that. This is a topic we've been talking around, and it's where to Steph curry. Fade into the lexicon into the language of greatness in the NBA where where does he belong on that list that will someday be drafted after he's done as a top five or ten or twenty or thirty player. And I'm on the big curry guy. I've said before a year ago when I first started I thought curry was the second the second best player in the game. And people thought I had lost my mind. I think he's after LeBron is the best player in the NBA. And that that view I think has gotten some traction spread a little bit over the last year. His excellence is is ridiculous. There are a lot of ways you kind of quantify. How silly what he's doing is? But here's one he shooting forty eight percent from the three point line this year. Very few people that aren't centers shoot that. Period from the field in the course of a season. And now I have an updated this in about a month. But there was a point. There was a point where step was shooting twenty seven twenty seven feet or further. Better than almost every team in the NBA just from the three point line. The guy is a force of nature. He stretches the floor. He creates so many obstacles if you're trying to scheme against his team. He has an amazing handle. I think there's an under appreciation because he's not built like a superstar. We're used to our athletes, especially in this board being like LeBron. And like m Jane like a lot of guys utter and total specimens and Steph isn't he he's got a ability, but he's not built in a way that screams that kind of excellence and. My thinking on stuff has evolved to where does he place historically? And I asked a a source in an colleague the other day, a guy who works in the NBA or I brought this up in his take was it was interesting was steps already the best player in the league's better than LeBron because the browser are decline. He's went through all the reasons and Steph is going to be a top ten player, and he can be better than Kobe. He's been finished higher than Kobe. And I said man, I'm the I'm the guy that would want to pitch that sell me on it. And he walked me through some things. And I think it's a reasonable a reasonable arguments. I've asked some people that we've had on the show recently that exact topic. And I it interesting, right? Like let me start with Sam amick. Who's who's awesome? We end yesterday. And I asked him that exact answer any started with this perspective on Steph versus Kobe. I mean, listen, my gut right now is is I'm gonna say Kobe by a hair, but that's certainly. Could change. Maybe I'd feel differently. Once I did a deep dive on it. You know, you're talking about five rings. You're talking about. You know, two different interactions, obviously Kobe shack and then proving you could do it without check. And you know, and I don't know. But it's close, and I think you are talking about more history in terms of my God Steph is getting there quickly. I mean, he's already there. We're talking about you know, that's why this summer with. Kevin Durant free agency is so interesting because you know, let's say Kevin leaders. You know, I there's part of me that would be very curious to see kind of what the next chapter would hold for staff because I think there's people with the warriors that look at this potential scenario of Kevin leaving. I know that's not your question. But but and say, all right. So we resigned, clay and clay and the slash brothers going into the new arena in San Francisco. You probably have no problem attracting more talent from there. You know? I mean that would be an interesting chapter, but but both incredible players and the other thing, you know, the complicates this is that people start to. Realize like oh, man. You know, Steph has a higher player efficiency rating than Kobe and Steph scores over the course of his career almost as many points as Kobe, but is so much more efficient in doing. So Steph is a forty four percent three point shooter over his career Kobe's only a forty four point seven per cent shooter period. And even Sam amick yesterday, as I guess he process that after he gave the as you just heard started to be like, man. Maybe maybe I got it wrong. Changing the game is something that not many guys have done. We're talking, you know, Kareem, and and you know, changing the rules Nancy AA 'cause they can't figure out how to stop them at the rim. He's got us out here talking about four point shots, you know, and and then it'll became a copycat league. So that that is the part that you know, might have stuff, you know, winning by air, but a elva question, I is a tough one to tackle. And I want some help with it. And so I also asked from the Washington Post their national NBA guy Bengal ever if not impossible. I mean, I think that we need to look at first of all steps gotta get some finals MVP. I think that's the last thing on his his bucket checklist. But five titles to match Kobe's five titled is definitely within his reach. Where you look at. What is the Steph? Steph will be regarded already is. The greatest shooter in NBA history. And he's going to rewrite all of the record books when it comes to three point shooting. I mean, he's gonna own the most games with ten plus three is the most games with six plus three. He's gonna own every single record there. He's got the scoring title. He's got multiple MVP's unanimous MVP. He's turned it entire franchise around. They sort of built it in in his own image. And look I understand what you're saying about the Lakers side of things because there's lots of Lakers fans who think you know, Shaq was definitely better than Dunkin. And I'm on the other side of that. I think Dunkin had a better career was better for longer and more consistent and actually had more titles than jackets. I I would argue that I think the the curry versus Cody argument could really lineup quite similarly to the shocked. Okinawa argument where they're doing it in different ways. There may be not doing it with Dag Bellizzi Lakers franchise, but when you stack up their accomplishments and their legacies and what they're going to mean to the game. We are going to look back and say, you know, Steph curry was right there. With guys like, Michael Jordan and LeBron James in terms of defining. The course of basketball. How is the sport play? What are the best strategies? You know, what our coaches tried to emulate who are they trying to stop mean. Steph has his fingerprints all over this era of the NBA. There's no question about it. I think that Tim Duncan Kobe. Brian comparison is an is an important one. Because when both those guys retired I really struggle with which guy was better other neck and neck into ton of research. And I wrote a column after doing that research making the calls arguing that it was Tim Duncan. Here's what. Kobe's excellence was predicated on his selfishness, but not a bad way. Just that to me was I mean, he he missed more shots than any player in the history of the game. And when Kobe couldn't be peak Kobe the Lakers couldn't be peak Lakers. That's just a reality. And it's not a criticism. It may one of the greatest players of all time and it helped bring or did bring five rings the Lakers helped with three. It was the absolute reason for for two others. Dunkin's greatness, as he deteriorate as a players, everyone does transitioned from being the dominant force in that team to a culture builder. Handing off the reins when you're Tony Parker. He got the be the guy Ginobili one year got to be the guy coli got to be the guy and Dunkin was able to help CD culture, leave a culture of excellence. It only went away when client and pop how they're falling now that. Through his own greatness. Tim Duncan built something bigger than him. And Kobe didn't Kobe is an emulator, and he's the greatest Jordan nebulizer ever when emulate something you're not creating you're extending Duncan created something San Antonio. I think Steph is the same thing only what Steph created is the entire league. Think about this while missed more shots. They want on the history of the game and made it so that young guys on his team couldn't develop an Kobe couldn't be the guy anymore because he'll be one of the shots ST. Angela Russell with that was like. Steph took a you know, I on Picchu fell and the second round pick, and clay and Draymond green respectively. And turn them into superstars staff at the peak of his powers to time consecutive MVP. Welcome Kevin Durant. And there's a who's better who's better. And just let them be the guy you take more shots. You take the shot at the end of the game changes game to defer to Kevin Durant to create a winning culture where Kobe was emulating. Something Jordan did did an amazing job step was creating a new way to play basketball the three point shooting. The understanding of how that affects the game moving the ball, creating a culture of excellence that brings out the best in the people around you defenses have to account for that kind of shooting. All the things that defined the NBA today. The reason Mark dantonio got a second chance to run offense in Houston is because Steph curry created a new model and that model wasn't just predicated on his all-time greatness. He's the greatest of all time. It's also predicated on his ability to make it about more than just himself on his team. And how thoroughly and clearly that soon with the rest of the league unless you have a LeBron. This is the way you have to do it look at the Celtics loaded with deaths and talent and there looking for the culture guy. Steph curry is going to end his career higher on my list than Kobe Bryant. If it's a big if he doesn't get hurt and he continues to play at this level. He's the greatest in the history of the NBA at the thing that turns out to be the most important in the history of the NBA, and we know that because of him, and that's three point shooting. It turns out that three point shooting is the most important weapon in the National Basketball Association. If you want to win an NBA championship, and there was a time when guys like Barclay and other people who should be in are renowned for their perspective would say as if it was an absolute ISM. He can't win an NBA championship shooting threes. And now ask Byron Scott. The reality. Is you cannot win an NBA championship if you refuse to shoot threes, or don't do it successfully. Who made that? So who rewrote or at least revealed that the earth in the NBA wasn't flat. It was round that it wasn't a two point three point game. The greatest three point shooter in the history of the game. Steph curry. The guy is so underrated..

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"seven twenty seven foot" Discussed on WEEI

"To go of the celtics were trailing ninety eight to ninety two russell westbrook knocked down a couple of foul shots so the celtics were down by six with twenty four seconds to go and all the thunder have to do is just execute down the stretch and they win the game we'll take something ridiculous like terry rozier knocking down at twenty seven twenty seven foot three pointer for example and then marcus morris knocking down a twenty six point twenty six foot three pointer rather and both those things happen circus shots happen and so the celtics get a win over the thunder who i i continue to hear basketball pundits tell me that oklahoma city is going to be a factor in the west and these are what i call snake oil salesmen i don't buy it but i don't wanna talk about that here not not right now i instead discuss the the cloud that's hanging over the celtics and it's it's been this way for the last couple of weeks if you expected to have smooth sailing and no choppy water at all then then you're all that seventeen game winning streak and how amazing and great that was early in the year eight is gone the other way now there's others are still winning their share of games but kyrie irving is hanging on by a thread by a threat if you've not been paying attention maybe you've got the radio on but you're not actually listening the news came out that irving is getting a second opinion he's got that boehlke left knee he's got an issue there he's hobbled and he's not going to go on the road trip celtics going on a four game road trip after the game which they won tonight and the talk is well he could actually rejoin the team at some point during the road trip i would say not to hold your breath i would tell you not to hold your breath this is the surgically repaired knee the the one that gave many pause a when the cavaliers traded him that the legend going around the nba is that kyrie irving had supposedly threatened to not play in cleveland and was going to have this particular knee operated on and was gonna miss a big chunk of the regular season obviously it didn't happen and so to.

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