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Brooklyn Nets Open With NBA's Highest Season Win Total

The Jump

00:54 sec | Last month

Brooklyn Nets Open With NBA's Highest Season Win Total

"Here are the nets notable matchups for this upcoming season. Richard in interview with sports illustrated. James harden said quote at full strength. Nobody nobody can beat us in hardened battle. The hamstring injury for the latter part of last season kyrie sprained his ankle in game. Four of the eastern conference finals missing the last four games of that series. According to caesar sportsbook brooklyn has the highest over under win. Total at fifty four and a half game so richard. It's okay well you know what this means is health and that's biggest threat hundred percent. Yeah but only person that can beat them is them and their own bodies. They are healthy and they are playing eighty minus basketball. Then they are pretty much unbeatable. Unless you have the lakers hundred percent healthy playing the best basketball possible but yeah. I don't think it's the biggest threat. I think it's the only threat. There's another team out there. That can compete with them at full strength roll through the playoffs that they are full strength

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Interview With Model, Actress, Dancer, Activist, Leyna Bloom

Asian Enough

02:03 min | Last month

Interview With Model, Actress, Dancer, Activist, Leyna Bloom

"So you're a dancer. A model an actor an activist. You were the cover model on. The sports illustrated swimsuit cover It's a famous pop cultural institution. But it's one that's historically been seen. I think in the mainstream through a straight male gaze and in this year's edition there was like an intentional effort to celebrate an inclusive spectrum of women. And i think i understand you shot it before you learn. You made the cover along with tennis player. Naomi osaka and rapper meghan stallion. But what were your hopes going into the shoot and what did you want to convey images. Well anything that i do sense. Being in these spaces of representation is fairly new to argos system. All around the world. I think for me. It has to be some type of cultural shift. Has the part of something that is not just based around vanity orc gluttony. It has to be something that has a message in yes. I have beaten suit on. Yes i'm in. My muslim informed bites what i stand for. And why i was chosen to be part of the issue and then be on the cover was because of what i wanna do with everything i do in the bible being In the past a lot of the models are beautiful. Yes what is a story what is fighting for. What are they really rooted and makes them who they are. And the reason why. I've gotten up to this. Point is not because meek just being beautiful. It's me fighting the system it's me. I'm being blacklisted. It's me saying no. I don't wanna do. This is saying it's not what you say. Yes you is what you say no to that builds character. So what we doing. And what i do with this issue is to invite people who think differently. And that's why i was session for a moment winning a transient on the cover. Because are every single. Day being brutalized murdered sexualize. Harass already has been thirty three on some of cases of trans women especially of color being murdered in america so when that is happening society is imperative in his responsibilities to have moments like

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Allyson Felix's Transformation After the Nike Fallout

The Lead

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Allyson Felix's Transformation After the Nike Fallout

"Felix is the most decorated athlete in track and field history. She's won ten national titles eighteen world championship medals including thirteen golds. That's more golds at world's than any track and field athlete ever including you sane bolt nine olympic medals six golds three silvers two world records. She's currently tied for the most olympic medals and track and field and one more in tokyo would make her the most decorated woman in olympic track and field history. That's so exciting. She's quite the athlete that i don't think people realize how would you say that. She was known to fans of the us olympic team or the american public in the earlier part of her career. Yeah i mean her. Reputation was really for coming on scene. Super yacht maybe as the successor sprint star for the united states allyson felix. He's only eighteen years old. She already has been on the cover. Sports illustrated how about that at eighteen years old. You know she. She burst onto the scene as a senior in high school In two thousand three. She broke marion. Jones is national school record In the two hundred meter she was in high school athlete of the year that year

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FaZe Clan on Sports Illustrated Cover

Esports Minute

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

FaZe Clan on Sports Illustrated Cover

"Moment for Esports says, for the first time in its publication history, Sports Illustrated has an e sports team on their cover. FaZe Clan Has graced, the sports magazines front page as they highlighted the organization's home. It's Unique stream, team branding and of course that says lifestyle, it's a cover featured nickmercs temper and rug as well. As the addition of Arizona Cardinals quarterback, Kyler Murray as phase K1 off Ron James, his own son bronny. Has phase brawny. Check out the whole story on the East sportsnetwork.com is Justin a mean, has a full ride up on that story.

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The HBO Story

TechStuff

02:09 min | 4 months ago

The HBO Story

"This episode. The hbo story part two originally published on may seventh twenty fourteen and We are just going to jump right in and get back into. The story goes oh. Hbo has entity has heavily influenced. What cable television is and what entertainment delivery services are in general. If it hadn't been hbo our landscape would be dramatically different today. So that's why we're doing it in fact think about it without hbo. You don't have a cable. companies cable. System operators pushing cable copper cable into cities anywhere near as quickly right. You might not have seen it happen or it might have taken a decade longer. Which means you would not even have the infrastructure that the internet relies on today for high speed internet. We'd be using telephone lines still. Yeah you might. Furthermore not have had people adopt as quickly the idea of using satellites to beam information at television information out too many far spread networks. Exactly so like we said landscape very different without. Hbo whether you love it or hate it. It's a large part of why the world is as far as the cable world and entertainment world's why things are the way they are so so A little tiny bit of back story very tiny. Hbo owned by time. Yes time inc. Not not time the the physical entity like the actual not father time not the progression of changes throughout a the dimension. Know that we know of. I'm inc the company that owned time magazine or still does time magazine fortune magazine sports illustrated etcetera etcetera correct so in nineteen eighty time a second pay. Tv channel called cinemax primarily as a competitor to the less expensive showed. Yes so there were a couple different ways to compete against showtime was. Let's try and grab as much exclusive content as we possibly can that showtime can't have and thus people will say hey we want. Hbo because they have these movies and showtime doesn't whoever that's really expensive.

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"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

06:11 min | 4 months ago

"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Some big lose. I'm gonna get some get some cairns out there to walked up thirty four th and starts screaming it. Here's my question about like. How do you like so someone goes on ticketmaster. And how did were. They supposed to prove the vaccinated. Well i would imagine again. Keep in mind. I'm not in the us right now. You are but do you not have a little car jimmy that that tells you that tells people that you've been betting that if you buy tickets on ticketmaster i would think without knowing how they're going to set this up. Maybe you have to scan that card into the system and that's the only way you can get the ticket is that that's just a guess but this is this is again but this is why i cast but this gets this is fascinating because this is going to get into the whole thing with sports is. How do you monitor or if you're going to do this if you're going to sell tickets or just have places within a stadium that are sort of like vaccinated vaccinated parts of this crowd. Like how do you check it. How do you make sure that it's right. That's that's why i'm fashionable. And i'll say one other thing based off of what happened this week with the popcorn and russell westbrook in the knick fan is spit on trae young and inside the horrible. I both those fan. All those incidents in utah. This is going to get worse and wait till football comes back. This is going to kill. This is not the one of the issues. You've got people all the country and they feel differently in different parts of the country about covert right in about All in texas and ballots out. You'd be left out of the stadium with about the way people behave and the way people behave now over the last fifteen months is been a moron and now at you're gonna see with these people coming. This is what happened. This week is not going to be an aberration. It's going to be trent baake by work's going to be bad you. Oh you mean in terms of like doing shit to people behaving like animals. It's people always behave like animals at sporting events now the hatred in this country and the division is up to a level. We've never seen people have been cooped up in their houses for a year for long. And everyone has this attitude about they can do and say whatever. They want with no ramifications. We saw it for the paseo. People don't wanna wear masks so people their freedoms and this and that i'm telling you now you go to a sporting event which which has been empty for year they come back. They're all drunk is the sporting events and i'm really really ugly when everyone comes with with people coming back now it's going to be bad. Don you know what i mean. What an optimistic way like jesus. What kind of human being are you to spit on another person like greg. I'm with you and and you are we if this continues i i'm not as pessimistic as you but if this continues. We are on the road for another incident where players are eventually going to go into the people. There's well i don't even think. And i'm not saying just basketball like this is going to happen when you're going to be scorning event somewhere sometime. Someone's wearing a mask. Someone's not wearing masks presents. Why are you wearing a mask. Your shida and people start fighting. I agree unfortunately that is good happen. I agree with you. I think about it if you were in a one on one fight with someone like on your street. You probably wouldn't even spit in this. This is someone spitting at someone in a public place where this fifteen thousand people around to that. You can do that i. How did we get to that. All you have to gotta do is go. Look at all the karen video from the past year of these people and now that's going to be brought to sporting events. They haven't been people at sporting events for a year. Now you're going to see it. There is unfortunately there's so much grievance in the us it's not and and there's a lot of your we'll see we'll save that for poc. You're not going to tell me what to do. Correct yeah right. Don't don't how dare. How dare you tell me out to shop in a supermarket. Like when there's a now you gonna stadiums and arenas with this section acceded the sections not vaccinated these people. Yeah i'm with you man. I'm myemma won't go into now but we will have this conversation at the time because it's a long but i'm with it. It's troubling place. Are jimmy trainer. You know disorder love. Sports illustrated writer. He's got train of thoughts. My sources tell me one of the most popular Features at sports illustrated dot com on the guys. Keeping that website afloat. He's got the sim media podcast. What episode are we are now with. The sim media in the four hundred. Three something. i have no idea i don't really get. When did i stop was. I entered the two hundred. I don't remember don't keep track. I don't remember either. I just set you up with a nice nice little foundation in the house. I'm not saying you haven't done nice things with the house but no one's disputing that. Just say you put a couple extra floors on it. But i did give you a nice foundation Is there anything you want to promote before we got here. Just the just the media. Podcasts are checkout. gsi media pockets. I mean jimmy. And i are rivals in a sense. I guess were competing for people who are not me but let me finish. But i'm honestly not as i've gotten older. I realized that like really. These are all niche podcasts. And if you're really really into this you're probably gonna listen to both of us. It's so it's it's not it's just it's just nonsense. All right jimmy thank you. I know have to decide. If you're going to be first or last do i do. I do i do this. Paid the big bucks. Yeah i feel like you're you're the you're the you'll you'll be like more of an entree and she'll be of the first couple of course. Sounds good are jimmy train. Everyone anytime.

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"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

05:58 min | 4 months ago

"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Adrian ski are working dot com. Maybe maybe maybe gaining zach. Same job under their umbrella. That's a great question. I wouldn't say now. I would want to say no. I wouldn't say no i could see that eventually. Listen here here. you know. There's the old sort of cliche about you know vegas. You know those vegas hotels are built by the people who gamble basically so draft kings vandal. They're in business because the people who bet so they're going to be around. They're not going anywhere so do they. Compete on. I think you are heading forward against against the espn's the athletics. And i see that happening. Yeah that would be. That would be kind of interesting or obviously the you know the money. Play for any of these places. Jimmy is to do the partnership right is just making this up like draft. King says we'll give you one hundred million dollars for you to get sign ups for us you know as opposed to draftkings is like okay. We're gonna try to become the athletic or the sport the next sports illustrated and we're going to hire all these reporters writers because the latter is expensive right now. The former is just more of an investment in an existing company. But there's a lot of people out. There are a lot of smart people who sort of are making her positing like Give some example like teddy greenstein of chicago. Tribune roselle obviously went to the action network. I can't believe i'm semi praising. What is it. Well seattle this gambling. Give me what's the status of the dykes rebel relationship. That's what the people want to know. I talked to darren rebel in either in person or online. Maybe in like four you still follow him on split up. I haven't. I've have not filed. And maybe i mean i think at one point i did block him just to sorta not have stuff in my feed but i undo years and years ago i think he follows me though i i will say. Listen criticize rebel. You want or don't criticize them. What what i would say is i think agree with this. Jimmy with me is unfortunately these twitter spats become to one to performative and to at least in my case. I never felt better afterwards. You have all you guys atta boys. What's it yeah. If i was even get an atta boys like wow. You took wroval down like no. I didn't like nothing. chain knows. Catch the guys were embarrassment at times. That's probably true. Now i'm going to back in your twitter history. And see if i can find some of your spots. But i've know i've tried to at least you want to sort of move forward. You want a mature a little bit and the other thing too is like if i'm going to be just very blunt like the world changed pretty dramatically. Not for the better. And i think like if i look back like fighting with darren revell about like some bullshit in sports media seems a lot less important versus like voter suppression. You know what i mean. It just seems silly and again. I'm not. I'm not going to be a hypocrite here at perhaps i. Will you know again. Do something stupid on twitter and argue with people. I'm sure we'll be no doubt. But but i have y- have tried to have tried to get at least a little bit better all anyway so do let me let me ask you one more thing on this. How would you feel if one of these places sort of went and said we want you to do. Exactly what you're doing for us dot com will double your money. We you just have to be comfortable being associated with gambling site with the any issued in not even in the least double my money. Which is what. I think they would do in theory. I'm sure all the people who are taking these jobs do you. I mean again. We're getting a little far afield here but Do you as someone who's obviously has played far more than me. Is there any worry in your mind with all this stuff Really being pumped publicly very very mainstream. Do you worry about like the twenty five or thirty year old person who gets into deep and just loses all their money and and and and again we all vices. You smoke too many cigarettes. You're in trouble you drink too much. You're in trouble so i get. I'm not moralizing it. But i don't know what this feels like This is really gonna feel like something that's just like as common at a certain point being able to walk into someplace in your city and read as as it is doing anything else Let's see. I do think that. I don't know i part of me. That also wonders about the fact that because it is mainstream if it if he told you fit kid sort of in a way make people a little more responsible. I mean i don't like here in new york where we can't use draft kings and faneuil yet that's not legalized but it will be. But i think i'm just thinking out loud here. I think if you used one of those sites you have to use your credit card. I know there's a lot of limits. I've heard stories about. You know if someone wins too much boot you out you know if they lose but you know i. I think that's better than doing all the illegal sort of stuff either having a bookie or you know so. I don't agree with agree. But i do think that i think they're going to be people who get addicted to this. Oh yeah absolutely. And i think yeah i mean if you're watching an nfl game and they're gonna have a scroll and tell you that you know the over under on tom. Brady's passing yards. Is you know to eighty and need it. We get to that day. it will..

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"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

06:30 min | 4 months ago

"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Let's finish with the olympics and this is like a fascinating story to me and not fascinating like oh. I'm excited about it. It's kinda like a horror. Show like a slow motion harsha. Oh as we're taping this today the biggest. If i'm wrong about this. I apologize but i think it's the biggest. I think the highest circulation paper in japan or certainly one of the The most notable ones essentially call today for the japanese government to cancel the games And we are starting to see. I think more and more at least in-country People in japan saying like this. This should not happen. This is a massive health risk. Of course the ifc wants it to happen. And quite frankly nbc. Wanted to happen because they're on the hook for all this programming. And they make a you know a lot of their money could be as you know is like set by how many how much money they can make selling ads against the olympics. A big part of who. They are their dna in their brand. It subsidizes so much of their other into into sports media. So here's why. Here's where. I want to sort of get with you Sort of journalistically is this feels for. Nbc like a navigational nightmare that even if they do end up getting to japan which i still feel like. They're not gonna cancel the games. Like if you're nbc. Like like how do you cover this. Do you just decide like we're gonna punt on the journalism and in like just cover. This is a big sporting game show or like is there any chance they would actually cover this honestly and and almost self exam in their own role in these games existing. Yeah i think that's probably the most fascinating part of all of this. Because obviously you know. They're not cancelling the olympics Athletes are still going to go. The state department is trying to say is trying to tell americans not to go but japan wasn't letting non athletes in any way so that's really kind of a non starter. The interesting thing about this japanese newspaper asahi shimbun is that they are. They are a sponsor of these games so they have already answered the question that you're asking of nbc basically they're saying that it is their journalistic duty to call on on the pm to to cancel these games. Even though they obviously have a major business interest here. I don't know what. Nbc does in this case because nbc. Also obviously you've got to be sports you've got peacock which has you know sports on it but also major commentary a news channel news programs where people are extremely opinionated on there. Obviously you've got msnbc as well how how are you going to control the messaging. And do you want to control the messaging here. If i'm an employee for msnbc or nbc news. I'm saying well. This is a major controversy. And we can't ignore this this aspect of it but obviously then you come into tension with the business side of things. It's really untenable situation. Frankly you know within the so we have like the sort of writ large olympics Questions that you just mentioned the whole idea of like should they be there. What's the safety of the athletes. How covert is going exist. Now within this within this is why these olympics are really journalistically. Fastening many ways. We are likely going to see athlete. Protests the i think you both agree and your your place real sports I don't know when if it probably air this week actually conversation with some olympians about this Rule fifty like that. The which sort of stefano athlete to not allowed to bring political protest. Bub-bubba athletes In my opinion blow blow through that and take At least some if they decide to do it there the risk whatever the the risk whatever the ioc will sort of say and then hope their country backs them up but this really presents. I think something fascinating for nbc in that. How do you think they would cover if we get like a smith carlos moment where there's a prominent that'll stand who just take i don't know pulls off their uniform like have like black lives matter shirt on or or raises a fist awake. Smith and carlos did you know. I don't want to say what they're gonna do. But i think the possibility of this happening is not remote at all. It's not at all and you know when it comes to anything with the olympics. But if you're talking about athlete protests athletes safety all of these things this really will fall on the dividing lines of the haves and have-nots among these athletes like meghan re pino and lebron james if he chooses to go will have a lot more leeway i think in in conducting some of these protests than you know a swimmer who's got who's a last chance right you know exactly it's interesting though because the usoc had said that they're not going to discipline protesting athletes. So this is an versus. Usoc thing. and i think if i'm nbc. I'm covering this to the fullest extent. One for the eyeballs. Just like frankly because like you know. That's just that's the practicality of it but to at the end of the day you're not you're shouldn't be dictating your you know your journalistic practices based off of what the ioc rulebook is. Because this is you know if somebody is standing up to that and that's that's a new story in itself so it'll be really interesting. I do. I also question how many people are gonna watch. Which is which is a whole other story. But i think that the people who are tuning in. They'll they'll definitely see some kind of protest at some point you know. Nbc sort of has been pitching them. And i understand. They should do this for pr play. They think like the olympics in a polarized world is gonna help bring us together and that the olympics are going to be communal experience and people are going to sit around and watch it. I don't know i. I mean if i were them i pitched this whole thing and i think sports no doubt sports viewership has come back in the last two months for sure is covered gets much much better in the states. But i'd be curious that your take on this. I mean do. Do you think the olympics are. We'll provide the same kind of. I don't know commonality that that they did ten fifteen twenty years ago if those field like the country's a little bit of a different place i mean i in a way i hope i'm wrong but i don't think i'm wrong. I mean. I think that that's kind of a bridge too far. But that's the that's the heart string. Nbc always pulls that right. I'm you know..

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"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

04:56 min | 4 months ago

"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"To expand that viewer base you know you need someone in that role who is super dynamic and who was interesting and who will bring people who wouldn't have normally tuned in onto this onto this broadcast and i'm just not sure if wayne as he stands right now as his personality is right now is. That is the person to do that. I want to. I want to do one thing before we get to the olympics. And that's kenny mayne. How long did you work. Spn for peon from for roughly for two years twenty sixteen to twenty eighteen. So that's long enough to get a little bit of a sense of the culture. Obviously weren't there as long as kenny. Mayne or the mike golic types. Who were there for multiple decades but from from looking at that place from the outside. How phrases like it. I think anybody who sort of is going to sort of use commonsense. Who is listening to. My voice. Here understands that i recognize kenny. Mayne has had a lottery ticket career. The salary that he has made is like in the ninety nine or ninety eighth percentile of us income. So like the. I'm prefacing that sort of understanding that like no one should feel bad for people who are making that kind of income. I get that at the same time. You work at a place for a long time. You think you do good work. And then your employer comes and says we're offering you sixty one percent pay-cut and while at the ended up pay-cut is still some really good money. They are essentially telling you what they think. You're worth this as an employee. And i while i'm not struck necessarily anymore covering this by pay cuts have to be honest when kenny mayne told me that it was sixty one percent even i was taken aback by that and i wonder just from afar how you pay. You saw that one. Yeah i mean listen. I don't begrudge anybody how much they make especially in this industry and especially someone who's been who's been at the role as long as county was. We saw this exact same thing with grant wallet sl though right and the tactics used are often to leak. How much money these people make. Because it makes the rest of us who don't make that feel like well. Listen why should i feel bad for this guy fucking you guy. Who's who's who's who's complaining about a three hundred thousand dollar your salary exactly exactly the same thing that happens when fans complain about players either. Not taking a pay cut or holding out for more than than what they've been offered. Initially because the implication here is you are lucky to work where you are instead of that. This company has been lucky to have you as an employee for as long as you did and clearly have a strong following and succeed if you've been at a company for twenty plus years right so i mean again like i understand. We're coming off a year in which you know. Half the country was unemployed for awhile and and nobody nobody feels bad for the state of of kenny means living situation but it is absolutely an insult when an employer asks you to take a pay cut at that level especially when let's be real i mean i know. Espn is is needing to do a lot of cost. Cutting and cost analysis as most media. Companies are as the industry has ever-shrinking. But this is this isn't also a one off. This isn't something new when i was there. There were two different There were two different rounds of major layoffs. When i was at espn and it's always devastating when that happens and for one of them at least it was mostly the guys who had been there for twenty years. Who made a lot of money and again. Nobody's gonna feel bad for them but at the same time. What are they supposed to do. And if you have if you were in the working situation if you've built the respect in the industry to be able to kind of stay we'll fuck you. I'm not worth taking a pay cut. And i don't need you and that's an insult then power to you. I support that. Yeah and you're right. I mean the reality is kenny. Mayne has enough money where you know. Unless he unless he's splurged on maserati bentley's is gonna be okay for the rest unless he sunk eighty percent of it and does coin right exactly but you know for but you are correct like the people. I really do feel bad for at the. Espn are those who moved to connecticut. And we're behind the scenes people and put their life into that place and then you know sitting there at forty five or something like that You know out of a job and you're you know you're in connecticut somewhere in the middle of it now to figure out okay. Like what can i do. What my next move. Because i just you know i committed my entire life to espn right. And that's what's different about. That place at this point is that i think if you are interested in espn and obviously still a destination job. A great job. You have to approach it as one day. They're gonna they're gonna tell you to leave so plan all each strategically you know. How can i get the most out of that place before that day comes in and i guess in a sense you know. All of us have to think like that. You're ready to get back into yoga. So you order the essentials a non-slip matt yoga blocks.

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"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

05:52 min | 4 months ago

"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Talk if you want to sports media nerd out to conversations where we hit on a ton of topics from the higher gretzky. Kenny name leading. Espn sports gambling. All the money floating into sports media challenge covering the tokyo olympics. What's going on with streaming services. Why verka whacked by the wwe so to conversations very heavy sports media this week. I think you're gonna enjoy him first. Ups cabeza fell by jimmy trainer on the sports media. Podcast or the top could beat the davidson. My colleague at the athletic is sports and culture writer for that publication. she's the host of the culture calculus podcast and recently. This is pretty big. News here recently appeared as a correspondent on. Hbo's real sports with bryant gumbel. We may be seeing on a billboard in times square one day given this career trajectory man i. I wouldn't go quite that far. But it was extremely a thrill. I grew up watching three that. I'd always wanted to be on real. Sports was one of them. So i'm very lucky. And kavita amazing voice used to be the the co host of the lead podcast which is the athletics. Podcast now andres kelt celtic celtic. Right and and tiffany ozinsky. Who's doing that now. So the has graduated from that as now. Yeah and extremely extremely excited about what they've been doing again so proud of what we built there and we've managed to win a couple of awards and just really happy to see the continuation of what we started. You become a big television stark of which is always go next job prestige television on netflix. All right here we go. Kavita has worked for many different places including espn and elsewhere and She knows sports media. Probably probably my fault for not having her on more before. But i'm gonna pop in with her every now and then and could be the first. I want to get through the olympics with you. Because i know that's something both of us are really interested in but from you know from afar when you saw that Wayne gretzky was hired. Which just came down. This week is going to be Turner sports his main studio analyst. What what what came to mind with that. I mean it's a very obvious. Play for the name right. Like you hearing wayne gretzky. Because he's wayne gretzky and you're hoping people tune in for that and they will at least in the beginning but my first thought was really you know as as great as he is. He's probably to diplomatic for his own. Good he did. He did a lot of pandemic coverage a lot of media for for nhl dot com during the shutdown last year. Especially in the lead up to the draft and talking to rookies. And you know obviously can't deny how much wayne gretzky knows this game. But can he be dynamic in that role and i guess. Does that put more pressure. On whoever they ended up hiring to be the studio host to counterpart to be his counterpart in there I'll be interested to see how this how this goes and i. I know that you wrote a couple of times. Richard that you know he's not going to be a charles barkley even though apparently barkley had something to do with with bring him over to tnt. But you know that. Can't be the expectation for him so then. Where do you find that diamond that dynamism and you know that kind of personality that you hope to to get out of that role in an in an a brand new broadcast team on a channel. That hasn't covered hockey before. So it's going to be an interesting experiment for sure. Yeah so that's what. I think. I mean you totally. Basically i think the the most interesting part here is that gretzky immediately gives you like marquee. He gives you name recognition. He i think helped sell your studio show to advertisers and media buyers but anybody who's watched him over the years and interviews. He's polite. i think maybe cautious is a little too strong but he certainly semi cautious. If you want to sort of throw that part in he's not one could ever to criticize people. Rarely i mean occasionally. Maybe he will criticize something that happened in the lee. And so i'm with you. Like i think the only way this works one if he gets comfortable in the studio and two. I think you have to partner someone with them. Who's a bit of a who's got edge or is is not necessarily intentionally but ultimately says things that are more controversial than not. You know like. I feel like he's cool like and you need someone who's hot if you know what i'm saying in terms of like temperature-wise to make that studio work the other thing too is that's a tricky job. Now whoever gets hired as a studio host could you're going to have some pretty different personalities on that studio show for a sport. That sometimes is weird when it comes to criticism as we've certainly seen in canada with don cherry etc. Well yeah i mean. I guess the question is for that studio host role. Do you hire seven with with a ton of experience. Because they're basically going to have to draw out the most out of gretzky right but that list is extremely short. I've seen i've seen the name. John tortorella thrown around a lot and obviously he falls into exactly what you're talking about when you talk about someone with more of less afraid to say controversial things and the things that he'll say on broadcast will most likely make headlines the next day but that's also a risk right so you know i don't. I don't really know how this working my question. Also i mean you made the point about about this being front facing for ad buyers and that's absolutely true but what about. Where does this actually land with viewers. I feel like any hockey fan tuning in to watch wayne gretzky on a broadcast probably was going to tune into a nationally broadcast hockey game anyway..

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Superhero/Supermodel Nina Agdal

Ageless

02:32 min | 4 months ago

Superhero/Supermodel Nina Agdal

"This week. We have our friend nina. Agdal on the podcasts. You probably know her from sports illustrated but she is also a health and wellness guru. She has the doll method. Which is her fitness app and hosts classes in the hamptons. She is amazing. So we hope you guys love this episode as much as we loved her courting it and let us know your thoughts over on instagram. So let's just jump right into it with nina. I want to hear first about your health and wellness journey and how you first got into fitness. Oh my god. I mean dad journey honestly goes back to when i was so little like i grew up with a soccer dad like he trained my brother to to play soccer. My brother went semi pro and my family has always been so active like they were like you know. We weren't so into music or traveling like he was like playing sports like entering competitions. Always trying something new like my dad was like try something like if you're good at it continue doing it if you enjoy continue doing it but just keep trying new things so i basically grew up with that and started dancing. Competitively then started. Playing basketball again tried. Every single sport and played it started entering my teenage years where other things in life start happening like parties. And you know you wanna do other things than going to basketball games and dancing competitively. So i kinda like didn't do as many sports then. But that's when i was discovered to do modeling to and obviously modeling comes with a certain responsibility. Like i like to describe it. It's like you know you have to be a professional athlete. 'cause it's definitely moving towards the direction where the body and the sizing and the measurements are not as important thing god. We're getting there. But when i started. What is that thirteen years ago. It was not a thing where with okay to be like different sizes which is a completely different topic conversation. But that's when. I got into fitness where i really had to like. Educate myself on how to take care of my body which is also process. Because there's so many ways to do it like you know that just living in new york it's like there's a gym and a method and a right and a wrong way on every single corner and how to how to train yourself and how to get in shape and

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Trevor Lawrence Reaffirms His Dedication to Football

FOX Sports Radio Weekends

01:59 min | 5 months ago

Trevor Lawrence Reaffirms His Dedication to Football

"Controversy that broke out this week. I mean, the kind of stuff that when you really think about it could affect opinions. Apparently, Trevor Laurence doesn't have it ship on his shoulder. Now, um, let's think about the absurdity of this for just a moment, Miss all came from a Sports Illustrated article. In which basically I guess if you really wanted to read into it, which A lot of you sure did. Kind of thought that this questioned the overall passion. For Trevor, Laurence and football and I quote It's not like I need this for my life to be okay. I want to do it because I want to be the best I can be. I want to maximize my potential. Who wouldn't want to You kind of wasted if you know. He added. Whenever asked about Maintaining a healthy attitude without finding extra motivation in every actual or perceived slider. Disrespect. Dr Lawrence said. Hard to explain that because I want people to know that I'm a passionate guy and I'm passionate about what I do, and it's really important to me. But Don't have this huge chip on my shoulder. Don't have this huge and ship that everyone's out to get me and I'm not trying to prove everybody wrong. I just don't have that I can't manufacture that. I don't want to. I think that's unhealthy. To a certain extent. Just always thinking that you've got to prove somebody wrong. You've got to doom or you've got to be better. By the way, when I first read that I kind of thought that's a shot of Baker Mayfield. I'm just being honest. That's the first thing that came to mind because what is my man? What a six always have in Cleveland. He got chip on his shoulder. And it might even be manufactured, but he is always He is always going to play up the fact that he's being disrespected

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Trevor Lawrence Responds to Critics

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

01:54 min | 5 months ago

Trevor Lawrence Responds to Critics

"Want to transition a little bit of nfl because obviously the next big thing on the nfl draft calendar or on the sports counter really is the nfl draft. And it's kind of crazy because there are so many different narratives that are popping up mack. Jones moving updraft boards justin field potentially moving down draft boards. So narratives going on. And so what. I kinda wanna do. That was a new piece of information that came out today. That really leads to an older piece of information from earlier this week that i want your opinion on and so listen. It's draft season. You hear all sorts of crazy stuff but there was a report out a lengthy report from the athletic earlier today which which which interviewed a bunch of anonymous gm's and coaches and stuff like that and so it said in this athletic report. You told me that justin field was going to be better than trevor lawrence and five years. I would say yes that could happen. That was an anonymous. Gm told that to the athletic. And so i thought that quote was kind of interesting in the context of what happened earlier this week with trevor lawrence. I know you and chris touched on it briefly but for the audience. That hasn't fully heard the quotes. I'll read it really quick robin than i want your response but trevor lawrence of course the presumptive number pick. Since the beginning of time no one has ever debated his place as the best player in this draft. He sat down for a pretty lengthy interview with sports illustrated and he said a few different things where he said. It's hard to explain that. Because i want people to know that i'm passionate about what i do and it's really important to me but i don't have the huge chip on my shoulder that everyone's out to get me and i'm trying to prove everybody wrong. I just don't have that. I can't manufacture that. I don't want to and i think that people mistake debt for not being competitive. I think that's unhealthy to certain extent. He's talking about that chip. Just always thinking that you've got to prove somebody wrong. You've got to do more. You've got to be better

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"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

08:00 min | 5 months ago

"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Dot com also covers the red sox and patriots and all those other teams in that area chad. Welcome back it's been awhile ago. Intro was sarcastic. I'm taking three. You will be north. I feel very confident about this. I feel i feel. We're going to go all right. Well let's get to it by the by the way. Usually i do these interest prior to bringing the guests on but today just roll jimmy. I went i take on this year. But you really you did. A podcast blundered the beginning as you did what three to one. And you're not supposed to say the ones you could give the person who's editing a little time. You're right about that. Don't edit this out patrick. Let let my scarlet. That's actually very very your jimmy. Everyone's sir all right chad. We're gonna start with this. I know this. Is this a little couple of weeks old a little bit. But i want to start with you just because this is a guy who obviously was a very prominent figure in your market. What did you make of. Espn paul pierce partying. Partying parted ways. You want to call it a firing you want to call it a parting of the ways. Call it what you want. But you know paul. Pierce was on their most prominent. Nba show. I i guess the jump could be to no offense the job but then you know. This is a major figure in their nba air lineup. And now he's gone yeah. His role had been reduced. A little bit When they let michelle beedle go and pearson billips were demoted Demoted at the same time. I don't pulse other writing on the wall. There are reached out to a couple of times. But i don't know if the party still going on or what he talked about it But i do think he had a sense that the job wasn't Quite what he expected to be wasn't going the way he expected to. And so you know we made one hundred forty eight million dollars in his. Nba career presumably is pretty good. Chunk of that left He he may also have some outside auctions beyond this in just the decided that he didn't really didn't really care if this ended right. Now i think what ultimately did him in and made them decide to fire him and i thought they would do it sooner than they actually did. That was what a friday night and they did it. The news broke on monday evening. If i remember right he Rachel nichols name was mentioned in the comments on. They're not really crudely. But that's the kind of thing you see and makes you cringe pearson respond to it but it just emphasizes the What women in the business have to deal with It's certainly not something. Disney wants to Have to address or acknowledge. And so i know you guys dealt with this to yes. Pan didn't even comment on it. They didn't say anything about it. Other than i think probably confirming on background with some people that he wasn't going to be working for them anymore and it. I don't think paul was surprised. And the frankly brought it on himself all right so a couple of things here jimmy because i know i if i remember reading your your com- you have a different take on this you thought it was Overreach by espn unquestionably. Like rachel nichols neighboring. There's just totally bullshit. I would liked for pierce to say something but you know he didn't. Here's the thing that's interesting to me jimmy. Because i'm not a moralist on this stuff and and you know adults can do what they want. But sorta here's the but though the but is paul pierce does know. He works for disney. like he he. He has to know somewhere that he's not working for a company that has different kind of corporate standards. So like while he has every right sort of to to film like any kind of session he wants with the partying basically like somewhere in the back of his mind. He has to know that like he does work for disney. So i know that you. I think you thought it was an overreach by espn. And i'm one who you know almost never sort of calls for firings people. I feel about skip bayless. I've ever said fox fire him. But i guess what i would say to you jimmy. I'd be curious sort of your feedback on this like no matter. What like paul pierce does know who is employer is and he's not working for you know rebel radio here. He's working for the walt disneyworld who has theme parks that are trying to cater to like seven year old. Yeah i mean listen. There's absolutely no question. What he did was beyond stupid. And i think he absolutely deserves a suspension. I just i. I had this personal thing where i hate when it automatically goes to a firing when a crime hasn't been committed he didn't hurt anyone else in the process of what he was doing. Yes it is incredibly stupid to go. Grab your phone and put that on instagram. There's no doubt about it. I just you know it's a first time offense at least publicly that we know about suspend them for a couple of weeks. I thought would have been the more reasonable action to take. Obviously though and this is really what. I wanted to get at. When i wrote about it but i'm not a good writer so maybe then come across. If that's you know. Stephen a. kirk herbstreet. Whoever they're they're not getting fired he got fired because he wasn't really good at his job. That was a big factor on this stroke. So you know some on twitter replied like anyone at espn. We'll get fired if they did. That's just could not true not true at all so well. that's what. I'm glad you brought that up jimmy. Go back to utah. Sort of have to live with this every day in terms of covering these guys. I think train is absolutely correct. I there is absolutely no doubt in my mind that a paul pierce was a difference maker on that show and again. There's only one charles barkley but let's just play this out. If paul pierce was espn's charles barkley or had that kind of That kind of sort of impact on a broadcast he absolutely would have been given a suspension disney. I think would have tried to figure out a way to say this is not the kind of thing we wanna see from our employees. We've talked to paul. he's not gonna do it again. He's not going to be on the air for the next three weeks but but he suspended. Do you agree with that. I i whether it stephen a. or a curb street or i'm trying to even think of sort of who at this point are sort of the untouchable mike. Greenberg is certainly an untouchable because going to be running the networks i think any the quote unquote untouchables. Espn would have got spend it. The differences jimmy's right. Paul pierce doesn't move the needle. I'm just picturing what greenies version of the video would look like. It'd be the same. As pearson's i'll give you an example On their depth charge over there. Paul pierce his teammate. With the celtics kendrick perkins whose stars ascended. He's still not a Polish tv presence by any stretch. But he's wanting to speak he's fixes truth He's really honest about guys. He played with and gets them in trouble sometimes. Got him mckay d. jason tatum recently. Saint tatum just wasn't playing hard and tatum called him up. He does work from bc. Sports boston up here as well. He's ascended He he he's somebody that. Espn promotes and pierce's status. There has really been on the decline. And i just don't think he cared that much about You know he didn't He wasn't one of those great players who put a ton of work in the post career job to to master that the way they did the the sport during playing days and You know you can't say it's mutual. Because he did something that cost him his job but I would be surprised if he had any regret or remorse whatsoever about how it ended other than the fact that you might have some family members mad at him..

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The Surprising Science Behind Epic Athletes

ESPN Daily

02:05 min | 6 months ago

The Surprising Science Behind Epic Athletes

"Dave in the interest of full journalistic disclosure. Here it feels important to mention that long before you became this new york times bestselling author and podcast host and the best sports science reporter in america. We worked together at sports illustrated in the mid to late two thousands and we used to share a wall yet in full disclosure. I believe i have a winning record against you in office table ping pong. That's stats to verify that i'm sticking with that. I recall destroying but maybe there is revisionist history. Oh that's so funny. So we both legitimately believe that another episode on cognitive biases. I am glad dave to have you here to clarify something else. Which is that in private for years. I've basically used you to help me understand what the very best athletes in the world are teaching us about ourselves in the human body and i get to that in public now on this podcast with you here because in your two books the sports gene and in range you tumble down into the rabbit. Hole of what is called performance science so before we get into all of that and double down with you. How did you get there in the first place. That is an interesting question. And i have to give a little bit of a disclaimer here. There's a sad part to the story. But i played a bunch of sports football basketball baseball in high school. Before i got into into running and ran track and field in college i started getting interested in physiology basically a lot of runners do but also had this sort of tragic event where a young guy who was a training partner mind. One of the top rank is in the country in his event. Eight hundred meters. Yeah i and family of jamaican immigrants. Who is going to go to. College actually died at the end of a race a few steps after race in my local newspaper he had a heart attack and i kind of wondered what does that. What does that even mean. And this sort of long story short set me on a path toward investigating physiology and it turned out. He had this genetic condition. That was sort of misdiagnosed. I'm interested in genetics. Which one thing led to another and ended up writing the sports team.

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As Broad NCAA Change Awaits, College Football Is Facing a Recruiting Reckoning

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:35 min | 8 months ago

As Broad NCAA Change Awaits, College Football Is Facing a Recruiting Reckoning

"Is national signing day. Better college football reporter out there than our next gas. Ross dellinger from sports illustrated. He has written today about the ever. Slow changes of college football especially under the heading is brought into change a wage college. Football is facing a recruiting reckoning ross. Great to have you on and it seemed like a normal day nick. Sabin got all the siamese and everybody else was left to watch but Before we get to your piece just your reaction on a fairly quiet national signing day. Yeah it is. I think we're probably going to see more of this as we as we go through the year too it's just it's signing day is going to be quieter in quieter In already worst pretty quiet because the december national signing period but now you throw all of the transfer portal stuff With coaches holding spots for transfers and in the bigger news has been has been transfers. You know so not only did the early national signing day in december Kind of cake Take the spotlight away from the old school signing day but now you have transfers doing the same think at last check do we have. We have a number on how many tennessee players are in the portal. Well the number. Last week when i did compilation for that story you mentioned was nineteen And i figured there'd be tops in the nation but they are not They're number two Western kentucky has twenty one players in the portal freight a freight ask. What's going on there. But i'll look into it after you're off the air. Let's talk about your piece today. And and every time we talk to you you you you. You have your handle on on where college athletics is. And where is it going so look ahead as you report have reported on this subject and and what is likely to change in the future right. It's to put it simply politics. It's a mess It really is a messy situation right now when it comes to roster or management's It all starts because of the the influx of transfers. You know when when there were reports were out there that the ncaa was gonna pass the one time. Transfer exception and allow allow players to transfer without that one year sitting out penalty. Obviously players jumped in the transfer portal and their or at least by my count around thousand scholarship players. Transfer portal and about fifty percent of those Do not have a home right now. There could be hundreds more joining the spring and the summer when the dog officially pass it and they will pass it by april Shane lyons The d. one Oversight football oversight chair tells me they will pass it by april so you'll you'll have a bigger influx. What happens there when you get more transfers out there. They had fewer and fewer homes to go to You you've got transferred from the power. Five paul dropping down to the group of five or the fcs. 'cause there's not any room and then there's some transfers and the poodle that won't play football again. I mean that's been documented In fact i wrote about in lsu player who two years ago with no transfer portal in. Never play football again. Because there wasn't a spot for them so and wives and their spot because as you mentioned scholarship limitations. The ncaa has the schools can carry eighty five scholarship. Players can sign twenty five new players a year only can't get go above that twenty five and because of the influx of transfers there's talk of increasing or just in some way that twenty five man spot because what a transfer does all there's so many of them What happens is if you if you get a transfer day. When they leave that school they. They're in a way penalizing that school. That's an open scholarship. That school cannot fill In an adjoining their new school. And they're taking up a to precious twenty-five chinese you know initial counters. They call them. So there's a lot of issues for sure going on

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2021 Predictions, Latest Headlines

Beyond The Baseline

07:32 min | 9 months ago

2021 Predictions, Latest Headlines

"Everyone's got to work on. This week's sports illustrated kenneth podcasts. Happy twenty twenty one. I i cast of the year. I'm joined by jamie real tennis chat because there are a real match it Jamie good morning happy new year. Good morning having here. I'm i'm good. It's it's strange to Wake up in the morning and actually have match results from flitting across your screen along with Your georgia election results were talking on wednesday morning and Already the women are at play dhabi. The men are qualifying in delray even Nevermind cobain just nice. Nice to have tennis back it It's been a while since we've Been in a position to actually talk about some tennis in not just guessing game about the calendar or try to Find other ways to to fill time. We wait for tennis. Return so good. Good sport back with us tom. I thought we would do a few things today. One of them is We talk with sam query. The other day The told us why he made his escape from russia. And that seems to have generated a fair amount of attention pro and con. Maybe we can talk about that and then we get a column of projecting twenty twenty one and someone suggested we actually instead of just answering. Why don't we provide some logic. And some reason talk through some of the choices we made in terms of prognosticating. Twenty twenty one so. I thought you and i would do that this morning. How does that sound sounds good. I will say the same query interview As you said. Got a lot quite a lot of responses. I think for awhile. We didn't hear anything from him at all. And of course the up investigation concluded and the suspended fine came down And so i think a lot of people were really interested to hear his side of the story. Though i think people are still very much divided on where they stand. Yeah exactly and I mean remember when this news first broke in october. This was a few days after the the twenty twenty french open The atp had a very strongly worded statement and there was even. I mean i had people that were deep inside these discussions inside tennessee. Look democrats may have played his last match. This is a serious breach. This could be you know a six month. Suspension even a one year suspension. Same query already mid thirties. This could have sealed his career and turned up. Not the case at all and This is a as you say he got suspended. Twenty thousand dollar fine which basically means he only needs to behave himself with respect to cove it if he gets in a dispute with a chair umpire. That doesn't count. This is only health and safety related So such this was a slap on the wrist. And i you know. I think this divide people and i am sam. A lot of credit for essentially saying look at the facts are really in dispute. It's just a question of interpretation and in. here's what i went through and put yourself in my shoes and if you disagree with me disagree and Some people took took great offense and still do about what he did other people sympathize but he basically said you know. Here's the story. It's not really not much in dispute. Factually you know. In a lot of these cases you would necessarily extend this platform to To an athlete without trying to find some balance from the other side. But i think it's not really a question of facts being disputes. Just a question of application of law and how severely you want to sanction him Sam laid out what happened and sort of gave us a tiktok and essentially said here. The facts now go ahead and judge me armed with all the facts and as as you say jamie. Some people still take Offense to this his leaving country going to another country breaching protocol You know a lot of people look at you. Run the risk and You knew what you were signing up for. And i think other saw as as you alluded to who's in a fairly You know fairly desperate situation in a in a foreign country with kobe tests and not a lot of clarity. In terms of how the next few weeks would shake out with a seventeen month old until and you know candidly. I tend to land there as well. Not not an ideal set of circumstances and you wish there had been another option a little more communication in there. But i don't think you can really fault someone for being in russia not getting a straight answer having kovachev having the possibility of being separated from your wife and seven month old and basically saying. I'm gonna do this safely as i can. But i i gotta get the hell outta here. Consequences be damned so I don't know if there were other things that struck you reading his piece but I have a hard time. Dredging up a whole lot of outrage. Honestly you know it's interesting. I think a lot of people say And we sort of talked about this briefly on podcast before this That you know why. Why bring your family in the first place right. you know. it's a pandemic you know you're going to a different country. You have an infant. There's a lot of reasons there. And i know in his initial hugh he he basically said he was going to be a longtime away from my family and he wasn't prepared or ready to to be gone for that long

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2021 Predictions, Latest Headlines

Beyond The Baseline

04:57 min | 9 months ago

2021 Predictions, Latest Headlines

"Everyone's got to work on. This week's sports illustrated kenneth podcasts. Happy twenty twenty one. I i cast of the year. I'm joined by jamie real tennis chat because there are a real match it Jamie good morning happy new year. Good morning having here. I'm i'm good. It's it's strange to Wake up in the morning and actually have match results from flitting across your screen along with Your georgia election results were talking on wednesday morning and Already the women are at play dhabi. The men are qualifying in delray even Nevermind cobain just nice. Nice to have tennis back it It's been a while since we've Been in a position to actually talk about some tennis in not just guessing game about the calendar or try to Find other ways to to fill time. We wait for tennis. Return so good. Good sport back with us tom. I thought we would do a few things today. One of them is We talk with sam query. The other day The told us why he made his escape from russia. And that seems to have generated a fair amount of attention pro and con. Maybe we can talk about that and then we get a column of projecting twenty twenty one and someone suggested we actually instead of just answering. Why don't we provide some logic. And some reason talk through some of the choices we made in terms of prognosticating. Twenty twenty one so. I thought you and i would do that this morning. How does that sound sounds good. I will say the same query interview As you said. Got a lot quite a lot of responses. I think for awhile. We didn't hear anything from him at all. And of course the up investigation concluded and the suspended fine came down And so i think a lot of people were really interested to hear his side of the story. Though i think people are still very much divided on where they stand. Yeah exactly and I mean remember when this news first broke in october. This was a few days after the the twenty twenty french open The atp had a very strongly worded statement and there was even. I mean i had people that were deep inside these discussions inside tennessee. Look democrats may have played his last match. This is a serious breach. This could be you know a six month. Suspension even a one year suspension. Same query already mid thirties. This could have sealed his career and turned up. Not the case at all and This is a as you say he got suspended. Twenty thousand dollar fine which basically means he only needs to behave himself with respect to cove it if he gets in a dispute with a chair umpire. That doesn't count. This is only health and safety related So such this was a slap on the wrist. And i you know. I think this divide people and i am sam. A lot of credit for essentially saying look at the facts are really in dispute. It's just a question of interpretation and in. here's what i went through and put yourself in my shoes and if you disagree with me disagree and Some people took took great offense and still do about what he did other people sympathize but he basically said you know. Here's the story. It's not really not much in dispute. Factually you know. In a lot of these cases you would necessarily extend this platform to To an athlete without trying to find some balance from the other side. But i think it's not really a question of facts being disputes. Just a question of application of law and how severely you want to sanction him Sam laid out what happened and sort of gave us a tiktok and essentially said here. The facts now go ahead and judge me armed with all the facts and as as you say jamie. Some people still take Offense to this his leaving country going to another country breaching protocol You know a lot of people look at you. Run the risk and You knew what you were signing up for. And i think other saw as as you alluded to who's in a fairly You know fairly desperate situation in a in a foreign country with kobe tests and not a lot of clarity. In terms of how the next few weeks would shake out with a seventeen month old until and you know candidly. I tend to land there as well. Not not an ideal set of circumstances and you wish there had been another option a little more communication in there. But i don't think you can really fault someone for being in russia not getting a straight answer having kovachev having the possibility of being separated from your wife and seven month old and basically saying. I'm gonna do this safely as i can. But i i gotta get the hell outta here. Consequences be damned so I don't know if there were other things that struck you reading his piece but I have a hard time. Dredging up a whole lot of outrage. Honestly

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Buyer's Remorse

Dear Sugars

04:33 min | 10 months ago

Buyer's Remorse

"Work in vanity fair the new york times magazine and sports illustrated. Let's give them a call. Let's do it. Hello hi. this is cheryl strayed. Thank you so much for agreeing to talk to us. I have my co host. Steve almond here. I am a big fan of your writing. Thank you thank you so we're talking about spending addictions today and we'd love if you could share with us and our listeners. Your story let's go back to the beginning. How how did this begin for you. I think it began Ten years ago. I think it was frankly. Precipitated by My wife lisa job overseas new york university and abu dhabi. And that's kinda hard to make a weekend trip and i was. I was on my own. And i was an empty nester. My last son had just got off to college. And when i was on my own i sort of just started shop i think it was related to repression. In my case. I think it was related to trying to figure out my sexual identity clothing for me is very Linked to sex and so it's one box two boxes. Three boxes four boxes. I mean no one except the ups guy probably felt it was insane. And you know. I got a sexual rush. Every time i opened the box and you know in some cases When even aware it out and it just would not stop and it got worse worse and frankly i wrote a book was a memoir by one of my sons and it didn't do well and that is when i hit the wall and i just felt the press. I thought i don't really give a crap about anything than you know ultimately went into rehab. Did it take you some time to come to the conclusion that it wasn't addiction. People diminish this experience. I think we say oh. You're you're a shopaholic and it's not really an addiction. I'm curious what your experience with that was well. I hate the term shopaholic. Because i think it. Minimizes what this is. I mean this is an addiction when you're spending six hundred thousand dollars on leather three years. That's an addiction. That's insane when you have over. One hundred pairs of leather pants and over one. Hundred pairs hundred fifty pairs of leather jackets in two hundred pairs of leather gloves. And obviously i'm a leather fetishists. That's an addiction and you know it's like any addiction it can destroy can certainly destroy financially but it can store relationships it harm my relationship To to my wife. So i really hate this idea that you know. It's like that movie shopaholic in it's kind of cute and it's ridiculous and i know because of rehab and and fifteen years of therapy but can you point to the moment where you realized you needed to address it. Get into rehab. Whatever it was. What was the the low point. I think it happened in two thousand fourteen because there are a lot of things going on within me. Begin to abuse myself physically. I mean you know. I would burn myself. I would cut myself I would you know play with frankly. With with weather is fixation hoods by myself and then i knew this was getting dangerous. 'cause you know you can kill yourself and that combination of factor said you. I'm really going down a rabbit hole. And i need more than just once a week therapy. I really need something. Very very Intensive edits help. But it doesn't cure everything and you know the the urge in the addiction still doing well. So what did you. You went into inpatient rehab. Is that correct. Yes and what did what did you learn there. I mean how did you learn how to at least control this. Even though you say it's still with you. Well i mean you know. It's it's like anything in rehab for me. I can speak for others. You know you're trying to get to the root cause and you know it's painful to realize i mean for me. I think this shopping outgrowth of tremendous sexual repression Fear of coming to grips with with who i am and i still don't know who i am sexually which i think is fine. I don't think we have to put labels but my wife had been waived in fear and shame as a child was terrified of my mother i could see her as a dominatrix. I never felt comfortable with myself physically. I never felt comfortable with the way. I looked

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Five Storylines for 2021

Beyond The Baseline

06:06 min | 10 months ago

Five Storylines for 2021

"Everyone on. Your sports illustrated tennis. Podcasts are last ten of being ear. Jbl joining me. We already dispensed awards handed out Various honors we toasted these six players. Who won majors in two thousand twenty in this crazy year. We have good farewell to the bryan brothers. We lamented strangeness of this rotation around the sun we have looked forward to twenty twenty one. So let's just kind of do it all out rap. Jamie how are you. How goes in your parts. Are you dusted with snow. As we are here in new york it is a little bit more than a dusting here but We are warm inside staring. It's still coming down but we are. We are all good here. I can always tell the rhythm of tennessee's in based on knows a press releases. I'm sent in when there are no tournaments On the calendar when they're no match is being played They tend to get to increasingly distant for tennis itself. It's been a while since. I've gotten a press release about An actual tournament result or a match result. So let's let's just kind of take final inventory of twenty twenty one twenty two twenty then spinning forward to Twenty twenty one. Are there any any sort of enduring memory. You're doing capsule late straight year in in in one image. What would it be in one image. That is hard. I would say if that was the case in an empty an empty stadium. An empty arena. But i think i think for me you did this a little bit in your mouth but i kind of have to agree with you that feel like all in all a twenty twenty was terrible of course across the board but for china's i do think that sport distinguish itself in many ways in. I think that for a lot of the players that you know we have been talking about for years now It was really nice to see a lot of those players breakthrough in different ways. I think of course dominic. Thiem you know had finally won his first major and you know he had a really strong year across the board You know twenty seven years old finally gets to his high ranking. Gets that major. And you know it's all done at that first ornament back first major nine only osaka of course who not only is her major haul here but then she found her voice and you know use it and use it well and i think You know we can talk a little bit more about her but you have severe kenan against him. Thank someone who we talked about. Who is young and she. You know kind of proved again that she is here and you know she's twenty twenty two years old but her first major win was not a fluke and the list goes on. I think again. These are players that we've been talking about and it was good to see them all breakthrough re cement themselves and kind of redefine their careers This year in twenty twenty such important year for everyone. I can give you my My off-court analog to that I think we're all waiting to see which of these changes are stopgap in that means in life and not just a tennis We which of these are going to be a new way of life so our zoom good replace office and are we all going to be enjoying outdoor dining going forward and how much of this is just Emergency measure it. How much this heart and into our new reality. And i think at tennis we have the same thing that we haven't had a lot of match results I'm glad you hit on the ones we did. And i did have some really good tennis but i think a lot of the discussion has been about. How do we broadcast sport. How do we travel the australian open falsifying dough high then charter private planes for everyone to then quarantine them austrailia. And we have events moving. And we've experimented with different formats for tennis and i think if any good has come out of this year it has been that tennis has finally decided to innovate to cooperate. It's not always been perfect. But i think there's a real sort of spirit of enterprise it hasn't always been around the sport in some of this was the society Some of this was just trying to salvage events and put some some money in player's pockets. But i do really hope that. This spirit of enterprise. We can do things a little bit different than we break some models. We can defy conventional wisdom. We can try and shift dates around if miami has to be played for one year in the middle east so be it and if indian wells gets moved to october and everybody stops in the desert on their way to from china so be it. I hope that this is one of the legacy of this. This unhappy year is that tennis has a lot more liability and is a lot. More nibble has the job of its flexibility on the court. It can do the splits. And i do think that if any good comes out of this year apart from what you say that the emergence of team was great. And i always talk then. Profes- mitch there was. There was really howard moments on court. But i do think to me one of the great sort of i hope. Enduring legacies of this horrible year is a tennis has proven that it's a lot more nimble than than perhaps we thought. Perhaps it bought So i guess we'll sort of you know against a lot of we can use that to transition to twenty twenty one. There are still a lot of unanswered questions about the schedule about rankings about where the tokyo olympics factor into the this year. That's already growing complicated but I do think there was a real spirit of cooperation in our ingenuity video of enterprise. Haven't always seen in tennis

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Five Storylines for 2021

Beyond The Baseline

06:06 min | 10 months ago

Five Storylines for 2021

"Everyone on. Your sports illustrated tennis. Podcasts are last ten of being ear. Jbl joining me. We already dispensed awards handed out Various honors we toasted these six players. Who won majors in two thousand twenty in this crazy year. We have good farewell to the bryan brothers. We lamented strangeness of this rotation around the sun we have looked forward to twenty twenty one. So let's just kind of do it all out rap. Jamie how are you. How goes in your parts. Are you dusted with snow. As we are here in new york it is a little bit more than a dusting here but We are warm inside staring. It's still coming down but we are. We are all good here. I can always tell the rhythm of tennessee's in based on knows a press releases. I'm sent in when there are no tournaments On the calendar when they're no match is being played They tend to get to increasingly distant for tennis itself. It's been a while since. I've gotten a press release about An actual tournament result or a match result. So let's let's just kind of take final inventory of twenty twenty one twenty two twenty then spinning forward to Twenty twenty one. Are there any any sort of enduring memory. You're doing capsule late straight year in in in one image. What would it be in one image. That is hard. I would say if that was the case in an empty an empty stadium. An empty arena. But i think i think for me you did this a little bit in your mouth but i kind of have to agree with you that feel like all in all a twenty twenty was terrible of course across the board but for china's i do think that sport distinguish itself in many ways in. I think that for a lot of the players that you know we have been talking about for years now It was really nice to see a lot of those players breakthrough in different ways. I think of course dominic. Thiem you know had finally won his first major and you know he had a really strong year across the board You know twenty seven years old finally gets to his high ranking. Gets that major. And you know it's all done at that first ornament back first major nine only osaka of course who not only is her major haul here but then she found her voice and you know use it and use it well and i think You know we can talk a little bit more about her but you have severe kenan against him. Thank someone who we talked about. Who is young and she. You know kind of proved again that she is here and you know she's twenty twenty two years old but her first major win was not a fluke and the list goes on. I think again. These are players that we've been talking about and it was good to see them all breakthrough re cement themselves and kind of redefine their careers This year in twenty twenty such important year for everyone. I can give you my My off-court analog to that I think we're all waiting to see which of these changes are stopgap in that means in life and not just a tennis We which of these are going to be a new way of life so our zoom good replace office and are we all going to be enjoying outdoor dining going forward and how much of this is just Emergency measure it. How much this heart and into our new reality. And i think at tennis we have the same thing that we haven't had a lot of match results I'm glad you hit on the ones we did. And i did have some really good tennis but i think a lot of the discussion has been about. How do we broadcast sport. How do we travel the australian open falsifying dough high then charter private planes for everyone to then quarantine them austrailia. And we have events moving. And we've experimented with different formats for tennis and i think if any good has come out of this year it has been that tennis has finally decided to innovate to cooperate. It's not always been perfect. But i think there's a real sort of spirit of enterprise it hasn't always been around the sport in some of this was the society Some of this was just trying to salvage events and put some some money in player's pockets. But i do really hope that. This spirit of enterprise. We can do things a little bit different than we break some models. We can defy conventional wisdom. We can try and shift dates around if miami has to be played for one year in the middle east so be it and if indian wells gets moved to october and everybody stops in the desert on their way to from china so be it. I hope that this is one of the legacy of this. This unhappy year is that tennis has a lot more liability and is a lot. More nibble has the job of its flexibility on the court. It can do the splits. And i do think that if any good comes out of this year apart from what you say that the emergence of team was great. And i always talk then. Profes- mitch there was. There was really howard moments on court. But i do think to me one of the great sort of i hope. Enduring legacies of this horrible year is a tennis has proven that it's a lot more nimble than than perhaps we thought. Perhaps it bought So i guess we'll sort of you know against a lot of we can use that to transition to twenty twenty one. There are still a lot of unanswered questions about the schedule about rankings about where the tokyo olympics factor into the this year. That's already growing complicated but I do think there was a real spirit of cooperation in our ingenuity video of enterprise. Haven't always seen in tennis

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Five Storylines for 2021

Beyond The Baseline

05:13 min | 10 months ago

Five Storylines for 2021

"Everyone on. Your sports illustrated tennis. Podcasts are last ten of being ear. Jbl joining me. We already dispensed awards handed out Various honors we toasted these six players. Who won majors in two thousand twenty in this crazy year. We have good farewell to the bryan brothers. We lamented strangeness of this rotation around the sun we have looked forward to twenty twenty one. So let's just kind of do it all out rap. Jamie how are you. How goes in your parts. Are you dusted with snow. As we are here in new york it is a little bit more than a dusting here but We are warm inside staring. It's still coming down but we are. We are all good here. I can always tell the rhythm of tennessee's in based on knows a press releases. I'm sent in when there are no tournaments On the calendar when they're no match is being played They tend to get to increasingly distant for tennis itself. It's been a while since. I've gotten a press release about An actual tournament result or a match result. So let's let's just kind of take final inventory of twenty twenty one twenty two twenty then spinning forward to Twenty twenty one. Are there any any sort of enduring memory. You're doing capsule late straight year in in in one image. What would it be in one image. That is hard. I would say if that was the case in an empty an empty stadium. An empty arena. But i think i think for me you did this a little bit in your mouth but i kind of have to agree with you that feel like all in all a twenty twenty was terrible of course across the board but for china's i do think that sport distinguish itself in many ways in. I think that for a lot of the players that you know we have been talking about for years now It was really nice to see a lot of those players breakthrough in different ways. I think of course dominic. Thiem you know had finally won his first major and you know he had a really strong year across the board You know twenty seven years old finally gets to his high ranking. Gets that major. And you know it's all done at that first ornament back first major nine only osaka of course who not only is her major haul here but then she found her voice and you know use it and use it well and i think You know we can talk a little bit more about her but you have severe kenan against him. Thank someone who we talked about. Who is young and she. You know kind of proved again that she is here and you know she's twenty twenty two years old but her first major win was not a fluke and the list goes on. I think again. These are players that we've been talking about and it was good to see them all breakthrough re cement themselves and kind of redefine their careers This year in twenty twenty such important year for everyone. I can give you my My off-court analog to that I think we're all waiting to see which of these changes are stopgap in that means in life and not just a tennis We which of these are going to be a new way of life so our zoom good replace office and are we all going to be enjoying outdoor dining going forward and how much of this is just Emergency measure it. How much this heart and into our new reality. And i think at tennis we have the same thing that we haven't had a lot of match results I'm glad you hit on the ones we did. And i did have some really good tennis but i think a lot of the discussion has been about. How do we broadcast sport. How do we travel the australian open falsifying dough high then charter private planes for everyone to then quarantine them austrailia. And we have events moving. And we've experimented with different formats for tennis and i think if any good has come out of this year it has been that tennis has finally decided to innovate to cooperate. It's not always been perfect. But i think there's a real sort of spirit of enterprise it hasn't always been around the sport in some of this was the society Some of this was just trying to salvage events and put some some money in player's pockets. But i do really hope that. This spirit of enterprise. We can do things a little bit different than we break some models. We can defy conventional wisdom. We can try and shift dates around if miami has to be played for one year in the middle east so be it and if indian wells gets moved to october and everybody stops in the desert on their way to from china so be it. I hope that this is one of the legacy of this. This unhappy year is that tennis has a lot more liability and is a lot. More nibble has the job of its flexibility on the court. It can do the splits.

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Five Storylines for 2021

Beyond The Baseline

04:27 min | 10 months ago

Five Storylines for 2021

"Everyone on. Your sports illustrated tennis. Podcasts are last ten of being ear. Jbl joining me. We already dispensed awards handed out Various honors we toasted these six players. Who won majors in two thousand twenty in this crazy year. We have good farewell to the bryan brothers. We lamented strangeness of this rotation around the sun we have looked forward to twenty twenty one. So let's just kind of do it all out rap. Jamie how are you. How goes in your parts. Are you dusted with snow. As we are here in new york it is a little bit more than a dusting here but We are warm inside staring. It's still coming down but we are. We are all good here. I can always tell the rhythm of tennessee's in based on knows a press releases. I'm sent in when there are no tournaments On the calendar when they're no match is being played They tend to get to increasingly distant for tennis itself. It's been a while since. I've gotten a press release about An actual tournament result or a match result. So let's let's just kind of take final inventory of twenty twenty one twenty two twenty then spinning forward to Twenty twenty one. Are there any any sort of enduring memory. You're doing capsule late straight year in in in one image. What would it be in one image. That is hard. I would say if that was the case in an empty an empty stadium. An empty arena. But i think i think for me you did this a little bit in your mouth but i kind of have to agree with you that feel like all in all a twenty twenty was terrible of course across the board but for china's i do think that sport distinguish itself in many ways in. I think that for a lot of the players that you know we have been talking about for years now It was really nice to see a lot of those players breakthrough in different ways. I think of course dominic. Thiem you know had finally won his first major and you know he had a really strong year across the board You know twenty seven years old finally gets to his high ranking. Gets that major. And you know it's all done at that first ornament back first major nine only osaka of course who not only is her major haul here but then she found her voice and you know use it and use it well and i think You know we can talk a little bit more about her but you have severe kenan against him. Thank someone who we talked about. Who is young and she. You know kind of proved again that she is here and you know she's twenty twenty two years old but her first major win was not a fluke and the list goes on. I think again. These are players that we've been talking about and it was good to see them all breakthrough re cement themselves and kind of redefine their careers This year in twenty twenty such important year for everyone. I can give you my My off-court analog to that I think we're all waiting to see which of these changes are stopgap in that means in life and not just a tennis We which of these are going to be a new way of life so our zoom good replace office and are we all going to be enjoying outdoor dining going forward and how much of this is just Emergency measure it. How much this heart and into our new reality. And i think at tennis we have the same thing that we haven't had a lot of match results I'm glad you hit on the ones we did. And i did have some really good tennis but i think a lot of the discussion has been about. How do we broadcast sport. How do we travel the australian open falsifying dough high then charter private planes for everyone to then quarantine them austrailia. And we have events moving. And we've experimented with different formats for tennis and i think if any good has come out of this year it has been that tennis has finally decided to innovate to cooperate. It's not always been perfect. But i think there's a real sort of spirit of enterprise it hasn't always been around the sport

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Molly Fletcher On How To Negotiate With Confidence And Ask For What You Want

The $100 MBA Show

08:50 min | 10 months ago

Molly Fletcher On How To Negotiate With Confidence And Ask For What You Want

"Today's feature molly fletcher was named the female. Germ aguire on cnn. She represented some of the biggest names in sports and she's negotiated or five hundred million dollars in contracts. She negotiated contracts from hall of fame. Baseball players to golfers to professional coaches. Like doc rivers. she's in featured an espn forbes. And of course sports illustrated. She's the author of five bestselling books including her latest one. The energy clock and she's here today to make sure you feel confident. The knicks negotiate anything in business and for many of us. You're negotiating everyday all day. What i love about her approach is that it's simple. It's to the point so it's easy to implement so when wanna pass an awesome alibaba back to wrap up today's episode and give my takeaways but for now tick away molly. Hi it's molly fletcher. Founder of game changer negotiation training and author a few bucks that one. I want to talk a little bit about today. A winners guide to negotiate him. I was a sports agent for almost twenty years and worked with some incredible hundreds of professional athletes coaches and broadcasters and so for almost two decades. I pretty much negotiated every day almost all day. And what is you know a pretty competitive environment like most of of our worlds. And so you know i. It's doing that for almost two decades. You begin to see a process that works. And i transitioned out of that business about ten years ago and now speak and write books and of course we have this training company game changer negotiation training. And and what. I've learned is that most people assume negotiation is really just reserved for certain jobs. Sports agents were lawyers are sales people or whatever but negotiation is increasingly. Part of everyone's job and and the reality is we must master the skill to be able to grow in business to be successful and continue to evolve in our own business careers. And you'll yes. You may or may not negotiate deals. But i would encourage you to sort of expand the thinking around the word negotiation and recognize that it's about negotiating resources and vendor contracts. It's about our time our energy. Who's on your team and not on your team. What projects you choose to take on or not take on you and then of course things. Yes like your package and the list goes on and on but to me. The opportunity to negotiate exists all day. You know it's all around us several opportunities every day irregardless of the roller regardless of the role that you're in so you know but but here's the problem. Most people aren't trained in negotiation and so they're laughed with kind of anecdotes and gut feelings to guide them through the negotiation process. And you know as a result. I think people lack confidence and leave negotiations feeling frustrated because maybe they didn't get what they want and what i wanna do is walk through the some of the mistakes that i often see. I'm gonna give you guys three today. Some of the most common mistakes. I see people make and and really what to do instead. I have a list of about five if you go to five negotiation mistakes dot com. There's there's more. But i'm breakdown three today so you know to me want number one is not knowing who you're negotiating with not knowing who you're negotiating with. Most people think and spend a lot of time thinking about how they show up and what matters most to them and not enough time worried about how the other side shows up and what matters most to to the other side and so you know i'll give you an example. I negotiated for decades with a general manager. And every time we did he was always really difficult to connect with he was just. It was tough. And i'm sure there are people listening that that have people in your life that you negotiate with it or tough to deal with it and this guy was that way and every time we'd have these conversations i just felt like we were missing each other and we were a little bit disconnected. And you know. In retrospect after doing the work that we do now and looking back what i realized as he came to the table kind of as a financial guy right. That was the way he showed up. He was only worried about the financials. All he cared about was what was his payroll. Look like right now and what he was going to have to pay my guy and what we were worried about. Ucs that matter tusk but matters even more at this stage in and this clients career in this athletes career was direction of the club. That you who who was going to be the manager of the club. I mean there was things like that that we were a little bit more worried about an and and so we kind of found ourselves disconnected particularly in this one particular negotiation that i remember so vividly and that was because he was showing up worried about one thing and we were showing up worried about another and and and when we can better prepare better understand what matters most to the person that we're negotiating with the more that we can drive connection and the truth is the more that we can connect the more that we can keep the conversation going at hopefully come to a resolution and what we've learned what we teach is that there's four styles negotiators. There's financial strategic logistical relational. So we all show up one of those four primary types all have a little bit of all of them but but no different than you didn't decide to be left or right handed. This is right or wrong. It's just maybe default sat up so you know the financial persons worried about money in the bottom line. The strategic is kind of worried about the long term benefits. The logistical worried really about terms and conditions. Right the relations worried about the people and so you probably can recognize in think. Yeah you know what. I'm i'm pretty much show up in one certain way and maybe spend some time thinking about some of the people that you most often negotiate with. And what what do you think. They're sort of common default mind says and so understanding how you show up in what your default if you will. Are you want one way or the other more one way or the other and then learning to listen for the things that matter. Most to the other person that can create Find kind of common ground inside of these conversations. Go back to what matters most to them but also be fully prepared to to navigate the conversation and adapt at times to drive connection based on the person you're negotiating with to me. The best negotiators are really curious problem solvers and they know who their negotiating with and they know what the other side values show spending time and energy getting clear on on how the other person shows how to adapt to drive connection. How you show up. Polygraphed dapitan dr connection. So i would encourage challenge to pull back and say you know what do you think your default setup as an and how you show up and then think about some of the people you negotiate with most commonly and how do they often show up negotiation mistake number. Two is not knowing what you want. I mean this crazy right but too. Many people go into negotiations without really being clear on what they want and the result is they ask for what they think they can get not for what they want and they end up with a deal. They didn't even want show. So we have to spend time and energy getting really really clear what we want. And you know your ass doesn't need to be a big issue. You consider everything that's on the table and and know what you would be happy getting in what you would be fine walking away from you. Ask for what you want. Not what you think you can get or what you what you think the other side will give and the only thing that i think is incredibly important you ask for what you want and given. Hopefully you've built a strong relationship in advance of your ask but is make your ask and then pause you know one of the mistakes people make because they they don't pause so ask for what you want and then sort of zip it right but the worst thing that that can happen is the other side says now but if you build a strong relationship it's okay they're not gonna walk away right. Think about no as maybe the start. Not the end of the negotiation if you go to gain changer. Three sixty dot com. We have a resource. There tab resource tab and there's a tool. They're called the e walk and it's not the star wars character but it's ewc and it stands for everything what we want whatever options and what are we willing to concede but you can go there. Download the tool. It's a deal preparation tool really and what will allow you to do. Is to get really clear on everything. That's in play. what do you want. What our actions. What are you willing to let go off.

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"sports illustrated" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

Cincy Jungle

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"sports illustrated" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

"Don't think anybody's ever died you. Of course this guy always telling me Vegan diet is telling. He looked at me and he he he kind of his homeopathic analysis was. He's like you. Too Much yes, said you need more potassium. Potassium and vitamin E. Right, so here's what I do I. Make a big bucket of French fries, okay? We just. As the vitamin E yeah, homemade homemade French fries potato. Adam and he looks at. It then looks at it any goes. That is to give you and lick. Make up your mind, man. I. This stuff doesn't make sense. I look at Unical and I could tell you a healthy person I. Look at Daddy. will an icy the clock ticking that man that man's days. Daddy under the bus like. An unhealthy person. Compare your glow to his role. He's got like. There's like A. There's like the smell of death coming from. Digest discrete right now. Let's just be honest. I don't know I. Mean the point is. He's always pushing this Vegan Diet on these athletes and this guy can't even go up this this. I have I have a machine that has got the stairs. Go up quite nicely. You just sit down and rip. It goes up. Going up the stairs is not a sign of. Has Daniel what you eat? But yeah. Okay, so look Nicholas. Let's cover some more. Bengalis, news right first of all Joe, mixing throwing up some Emojis, they that he apparently gut, the was gonna Bucket bag merger card. He's isn't A. Human being. And this. was that yeah. Yeah. I I can appreciate that. You know. Did you get the money or not? Did he get the contract? But that did not. It's funny like the different stories in the different takes. You can have from someone just tweeting money bag or something like that so knows. I think it was an aspirational tweet than an aspirational Mulji. He's saying. Money is on my mind. That's how I read it. Maybe. Yeah maybe. Look under my mind. Yeah, I mean. We need money to make money makes you want you? How could this Guy Daddy he believes. I do I do and we talk about money and really this show I mean the money is just flowing, you know. It is flowing in. We now have the nine. Hey thrones painted. Yeah be paying their patronizing person. Yup. and. Recently, just the past week, who got four new ones Nimoy? That Zach frosted knickknacks Jimmy. Kennedy showdown with Zach rustic because. I actually know that guy. I don't know him directly. My ex wife. Knows him. He's my ex-wife's masseuse and he does acupuncture. He does. Fire cupping with fire companies that you. Could use some fire cupping cupping. Next week they put the Cup on certain. Spots of energy in your body, then you put a candle beneath it or a little match beneath. sucks up the cup. And that brings the energy. Who used fire cupping the swimmer guy? Michael Phelps helps. What would not be circles with all the Bursar with longer things on his? Yeah, so you know my ex wife's Masseuse Zach Frost, sticky fire, cupping acupuncture and our Stepson Mike. My Wife's son suffers from a horrible audible thing. Called Fish Odor Syndrome you heard of it, but the person releases fish fish odors everywhere they go disclose smell like fish the rooms. And I said listen maybe kicked. You gotta take. Your son to that too Zach rustic and he's got to do these things like a twelve year old can. You can't do fire cupping and acupuncture until yes, you can. And and cured him, and that's my Zach rustic story. He cured. Stepson of a fish odor syndrome. It's really is actually in the chapter right now, and he's just silent. That means it's through. Yeah, he's probably busy. Doing acupuncture watches the. Communists, but then out of respect for him. The court I'm just going to you know. Put the comments, not maybe no okay. That is a man of actions, not words. I speak for Zach Right now. So. Yeah Zach rustic. Nick Marks. You told us a story nick marks when she got stop Germany. Condie whose banks Captain Nicholas Bengalis Captain Yes i. Love that loved them loved the fanatics energy charisma that only I would say he agreement on twitter, so if you're not following him on twitter or his wife, just follow them Yonge lots of lots of. Tips from just using the news. Also following the cool and I would. Slide of the shoutout there. With your at at Nicholls Emperor so Named just put the Nicola number together. That's might twitter. Right and she is, she's twitter is blowing up. Thirty. That's a sports is. The number one analyst of the Bengals. She hidden on our show. He's he's. He's taking a break off. This works hard birthday. His Birthday. Is Actually. It's actually the sheen family birthday week. The whole family has their birthday this week. It's crazy. It's like they're so. There so methodical about how they used. The all decided to have their purchasing same. It's so. It's John's MOM's birthdays. Everybody's birthday this week yes to. All of them. But getting back to patrons, we also have bits each. We Have Dick Davis sanding. Data. I noted. Know I was driving in the Midwest and and I. I got a flat tire. And I'm I'm like you I get out of the car Nicole. Do not get out of the CAR Nicole. What do I do Nicole I decided to get out of the car, which is a big deal for me because when I drive, I don't like to get the and then I feel the car being race. And I look back and he's like. Don't worry. Buddy. I got you and it was none other than Derek Davis. He then said you know Sir I'm a fan of the show. You WanNA come to my farm, so I followed him and we went to his turn-up farm. He made me turn of foods. His his wife, Julia did an interpretive dance for US Nicole. It was lovely. I worked I did I wept at at now. He'll Davis loop deep. And he gave me turn up jewelry I love the item Fan. Of, directives and his turn turned fun. And I would pay through on that you're. Amazing you Nicole. We have other patrons as a long term. Patrons attended gate and Brian Taylor. It's amazing. I want to say to other viewers that you can also make sure to switch that like smash. Smash that like, but don't join is. Madrid Smash Smash Smash. G speaks English good. I do smash that like. You want to get them to get follow. You smash the like button. You switched. Nothing happened you go up and they break on. Top of your screen at walk kiss something happen. You got to smash with you. Know Smash it and the time they can only like one video. Because then they broke their computer. anyways, so make sure to. Button and subscribe and come out described, so we hired a new lady from the village named Beatrice that your and she's told me I will, if this is true, but she has a lot of folk wisdom. That anybody who doesn't subscribe the Doric Monster Visit them and they will wake up as Dork. And that's horrible and only a kiss from Carlos Dunlap can lift the. Causing these amazing, how big thunder don't want that to happen to you? We all want the kiss from Carlos Slim. 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"sports illustrated" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

Cincy Jungle

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"sports illustrated" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

"During my time in the Front Office and Janice John Russ gives him onto. You know you guys are. Lewis. On the show me. Jeff Blake on the show. We have had who has said you. Can Anderson can? Kennedy. Kenza go! Yeah Yeah Okay. So let's get to some real banks gangs that up. James has been on the show. Your friend James. James Yeah. So. Here's the thing Nicole. Wrote about the safety I think maybe your first order good with SL. One of the beginning ones, not my first line, but wanted the beginning once it was one of my favorite ones, too, because I'm very excited about this group of safety that the team has row. So I saw a tweet today talking about the percentage of packages that are a nickel, which is fifty nine percent I think now in like you know I, think like, was it? Nineteen percent is dying. Saw The question is do with though safeties Matt's coach Mac mini. You know that this. The. Got This is okay nine. You don't have to stay. His name just acknowledged that. You think he's a big. He's been on the show. Yeah, he loves the show. He's been on the show Nick Lyons. You painted. He's like the Bengals are going to feature Jessie Bates. Von Ben and Sean Williams same, time. Right. And that is really exciting because. You talked about this I. Want to talk about what just bates a potential as a playmaker by the way David on the show and he said yes, here's the chance to all time greats from the bengals with this. Yeah. Go ahead, please, Jesse. He really came on the second half of last season and I'm really excited for him to showcase his athletic athleticism in his ball, hawking skills, 'cause he can go after the ball on just increase his interceptions in his turnovers I think von Bell and Sean Williams are a great compliment to him to to be able to do that. So you thought about the Sean calebs thing linebacker. Interested to hear your take on that because he. John Talks about how he has his. Worst year last year, playing the linebacker and getting on with, allow him to not be in the box so much. So what kind of linebacking Roy? What kind of you know duties with the half in you're? Definitely. A role player, and going back, and forth between linebacker and safety, he had played a similar role back in twenty fifteen, when Reggie Nelson in Georgia Loco were safety's but I think it'll just be a role player similar situation ad. I think Oh. Shine in it I think. We'll be good in it. He's A. Warrior in ready for him to play. Whatever position coach tells him to well, that's really good. You know role plays a very healthy thing that you and I would sometimes when I can tell. I think. They eat the baby. I'm the Mama. Tell me what. No. No, please. Okay so that is great I love. How positive you are about to safety's very positive and. The safety of the decline makers run stoppers, but really. In today's NFL, you need great courtrooms because of all the passing going on. And the corner that we signed. trae rains was talking about his frustration with not being able to finish his contract signing it yeah. He says but ninety percent of the teams happen to do it, but the Bengals in the few teams won't let them do their physical tests. On the drink and Tim campus officially open. What is going on with the Bengals? Doing is it? Is it the way of Pindi penny-pinching? Are they saving money? Somehow, are they? Is there some sort of your hit? From both sides I can totally see where trays frustrated because as a football player, you just want to be in the best shape possible in be ready for game, day whenever that's going to be, and he feels that he's been restricted in that form, but also I see it from the Bengals side and the other teams who haven't done it because this is their protocol in a lot of it, they probably just WanNa have the internal. Physical in the just do with their own people. So. That's kind of my take on it. I see it from both sides. CONSISTENCIES nation the. Out that he's eventually signed right I mean because they didn't get cold feet or whatever you know like not, it's not like we gave this guy for team unity year. Oh, you know because there is Phillips. A lot of people are high on him. It's nothing like that just to be. On the court because she she calls the shots. That's why. I know your opinion already. Nicole. Please repeat. Can you repeat the question wasn't that? The, bengals still want to give him a big contract. They're not thinking Oh. You don't have to do their. Thing it just also with cove. There's so much uncertainty in trying to be safe and go the status route possible definitely like they are looking forward to having trae as part of the team. It's just gin. What's the safest way possible and raw like doing what they've done in the past rookies and now? Does, he eat. Gluten is taking a clove of garlic. Everyday's he preventing. Cove it in these ways having some tournament in the water. Every day is using spices herbs. These are the questions I would ask if I were in charge. Of the bengals! They're not as just to be clear there not as I. Don't want any false information this show, so you can, you can refute those Grumman's that just that. They are I'm sure they are modern. Science has proved the Vegan Diet will keep you from getting sick in fact if you follow a strict Vegan. Diet gluten free. I.

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"sports illustrated" Discussed on Adulting Like A Mother Father

Adulting Like A Mother Father

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"sports illustrated" Discussed on Adulting Like A Mother Father

"Welcome to adulting like mother Father Welcome back for all of our amazing listeners I'm Daniella Monet the mother. Andrea Gardner the father and we're both adults. Why do you say Ed dolts on? It sounds funny. Okay, and if you're an adult, just trying to be one, this is the show for you just want to let you know if the sound quality is superb. We heard doing this year. We built a new recording. Called the car, the car and so far I think it sounds pretty good. Yeah, it's great. It's crystal clear awesome. So! Yeah I mean this is a good. This is good episode. You guys. We've got an awesome awesome guest on the show today. She's a longtime friend of mine, but you guys know her because she is just a haughty with a body and and she's an activist and she knows you know how to Rep for all the teams and I just love her. It is hundred McGrady so stay tuned. For our little chat with hunter and We adulting win fail. I sure do not. Oh, why are we in the car right now? Well. No I'll tell you so okay. So the adulting win is that we finally decided. To get a new roof on her home now we have an older home with an older roof and we've sort of been pushing this off I mean this is all these houses built in forty one. I don't know when the roof is done. When we moved in which is back in fifteen, they were like. Yeah, you need a new roof. We pushing it off pushing it off cut to the beginning of quarantine It was really rainy and we started to have leaks in our house. So we had like. Pots and pans like an a frigging movie. You know like capturing all these links leaks and we couldn't have anyone come inside of the House 'cause we were being really safe, so finally we were just like when the weather is better and we can you know build up the courage to spend the money on her hoof? That's what we're GONNA. Do so we finally did it and my fail is the fact that we have to get a roof. To have to pay for roof holy. Listening in your adult life. That you just never want to have to do. It's a roof you know and they're not cheap. They're not cheap. I mean they are real. Yeah, so I don't know yeah. I mean it's great. I'm glad that we're in a position that we can do it and I feel grateful to have legit roof over our head, so you know it's more of a win than it is a fail, but it sure does sting, and that's just being an adult. We can I okay. Go ahead with your adulting and failed and I'm getting into. The adulting is my. adulting when I. Don't think it's one thing this week I just think I'm. Developing more patience and you made a comment about this the other day and I really appreciate appreciated it. Yes, this is something I've had to work on. Your life throws all sorts of curveballs at you, and you gotTA learn how to deal with stuff and I. You know we. We've been through our own stuff. We've had your brother with us Anywhere that story extended my patients and then when you have a kid who's you know he's challenging at times like. Parents will understand this. If you're not a parent you might not, and that's okay. It it definitely test your patience and I felt like that was the one thing that I was struggling with early on I would talk to my other dad friends about that. I'm good with stuff. Until like a little mini humanist screaming at me, you know over and over and over and over and over. but I feel like I'm just dealing with that better now. I'm just in my head and literally allowed them saying yeah, I. Don't care I don't care I'll literally I. don't care man I don't care and I. Don't know if it's the right way to do it. but I think as a parent. You just do whatever works and that's. That's working for me, so I'm happy about that. Some developing more patients. Me As much I'm bouncing back faster so everybody that's apparently also understand like you have times where you get super frustrated. and I guess prior to recently like Am. I kinda three off for the whole day. You know it makes a day tough and. By the end of the day you're looking back at what's happened and all you can remember as how challenging it was. Yeah, that's not a good feeling, and I feel like I'm just bouncing back from that, and just letting it be what it is and moving on, and then we have like an amazing time the rest of the day. Yeah, it's so weird how we control so much of how we feel like our perception of the day. Because I think very easily, it can be very overwhelming when you're trying to handle you know all different aspects of your life like making a living taking of your household taking care of a nine month old taking care of the dogs like. You know all the little things that get thrown at you along the way. It's really challenging to stay even keeled so I. noticed a huge difference this week with you. In fact like you would, you would take him in the morning. And me like rest. You've got a good right now. I mean. It was really nice. I'm not GonNa lie, and what was great about? It is usually if I feel like you're taking him and I get to like benefit from it and rest. I feel like I'm going to pay for it like you're GonNa you're going to be like I'm done i. need some like time or whatever, but every time I almost like you were. You were chill like you were like okay. Cool well I think. I've always been chill like that I. Think you've just looked at it? Wrong, now, okay, you know what I mean like. I. Never made you pay for anything. I just was crystal clear about. Hey I need I need this in order to be like my best self, and be present here and like take care. Joe And you and like this was usually. To disappear for an hour to to go to the gym and be back, right, you know Yeah I. Get that. Yeah, I think like I. Think I I look at it differently like you said like I'm like. Oh, my Gosh, if he takes Geo for X. amount of time and I, get to just rest. Do what I need to do. Take care of me. I'm definitely GONNA, pay for it somewhere in there. But I. Honestly you know it's funny. When it comes to like your turn, and you know I i. have all my attention on him, and you're doing your thing. It's never as overwhelming as it feels like it's going to be like when you have your own time. You're like okay. I know this is running out soon. It's like the clock is ticking. I feel like I think we've talked about this before, but I feel like it's almost easier. Because.

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"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"All right thank you to all my guests thank you to my producer patrick antonetti down easy one to produce this one thanks to everybody running cadence thirteen from chris corcoran spencer brown john mcdermott shaun cherry this is richard h we'll see again soon on the sports media podcast all right as promised in the podcast here comes a preview of the new music documentary podcast long may they run featuring the music of fish interviews with bam verse plenty of people in and around the band and you are going to enjoy this long may they run the during the music of fish cedar t. originals a known at the beginning of fish what i did now you know the ban is like an organic ever-growing thing i think that's why you know fish ultimately has the popularity than it does today that there were so many people who were sort of drawn in for any number of reasons but certainly i think part of it has been back elective journey definitely indefinitely there wouldn't be any music if it weren't people there and you have to go up there i just love it i would think that would be pretty clear from all the years the fish that's a conversation i had with trey anastasio lead singer and guitarist of fish for a piece back in two thousand and two i saw fish at a tiny club in the late eighties sir now decades later the band is still touring still making a cultural impact and i'm still covering them i'm dean budnick and this is long may they run season one fish i trauma late eighty s and the people are growing like crazy i mean the dancing like us they changed the industry they changed the landscape the entire festival circuit we're gonna draw seventy five thousand people the baker's dozen a different show every night at the world's most famous arena not a single song repeated i beg everyone to find me a band who could do that their chances being taken they're looking for something that feels like a high wire act what just happened there also everyone in unison falls to the ground how the hell did they not do that at that moment fish takes nothing seriously and everything seriously that's the thing that people relate to is that life is funny we can take our heart really seriously it after all this time fishes still filling arena and there's no shortage of stories about the impression culture in this documentary you'll hear the ones that matter most told by the people who live we really did think and in the c thirteen original series premiering september eighteen on apple podcasts radio dot com and wherever you get your uh-huh they took on stuff no other band would want to take on the jets nothing like it and so i went from begrudgingly competing with them

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"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

09:10 min | 2 years ago

"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Go to where i am is i know everyone sports illustrated has and everyone who was laid off by sports illustrated did and so that's sort of the source of my anger i worked really hard some it's a weird dynamic in that you know christone was was let go last tuesday and christmas presided over my hiring and you know a lot of my ah some of my superiors were let go and it's i don't i don't feel like i let that let go by the place i worked for in some ways i feel like i got let go buy new overlords which is being that's the story in in two thousand nineteen so yeah i'm pretty open to talking to people and seeing what they have to offer but i just can't imagine not right higher all all the all these people on these super town in the work that joan produced and all these other people and myself and all these other people produced that you know we were doing journalism and it was nice to see people kind of respond to that last week it's well said the only thing i would sort of add to you guys is and again understanding that i left on my own accord but there is life on the other side only not the end of your career tim ran work as portugal straight for nearly four years covering the NFL is previously a writer for the new york times i mentioned and when sports goes a little bit deeper than just sports and fuses with society listen i really appreciate you both coming on i know it's been it kind of a crappy week or two but again you there will be a time you'll be working again and and i think and hopefully you'll sort of look back with fond memories tim and joan thanks for joining me on the sports media podcast and and and and i hope to be reading your work very very soon and i think i will thanks richard thank you all right back in the studio mike thanks to mary scooby tim and joan i really appreciate them coming on and discuss zinc what went down at with the maven laying them off or it's pretty disgusting really no other word for it if you this was a different podcast i realize if you like this kind of content before a previous podcast include adnan virk who was last week people seem to like that on all sorts the topics also ivan mesalla john ESPN on their college football project hundred and fifty year project that they're doing before that jane mc madison katie strang on how sexual assault and mental health is covered in the sports media and language choices that are used air before that garrett graff the author of the only plane in the sky oral history of nine eleven really really fascinating book and then obviously we just have a lot of sports media related interviews ESPN monday night football was booger mcfarland gus johnson lead a play by play voice of college football at fox don van natta chelsea g. range of the washington post we've had some roundtables with john rand about what's going on on the sports media same with jim miller conrad thompson renee young paul heyman if you're in a rest sling just go down and listen to these sports media richard daij podcast and if you like this stuff please give us a review and five star rating that is how the today's attack.

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"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

13:09 min | 2 years ago

"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Stories that are on the internet that are written by you know the legends who came before us the men who men and women who wanted you know who made it so we wanted to come work at sports illustrated because we read their work and the volt not super easy to access and i know for me i've definitely over the years i worked on a couple of stories with more of a historical bent to them and have known i wanted to find the stories that were written you know about these events when they happened and not the easiest thing to access and i do think that sports illustrated of the brand that can really play on its history and what it means in american culture and to have you know sort of the digital representation of that nostalgia and not be quite as well functioning as it could be that's definitely something that people keep bringing up to me and i think i am inclined agree with could've could've helped out a bit joy i wanna ask you about sports illustrated heading forward and i realize you may have to choose your words carefully here so you know go where you wanna go and be as comfortable as you need to be both you and tim have certainly read all the pieces that have come out on aw about the may then obviously the debts been piece went very very deep into their business the los angeles times certainly has expired dance with now some of the mavens leadership just being objective joan which is very hard for me to do obviously since the since i have ties a sports illustrated can't really object give it does not look like a future for sports illustrated that's not to say that there won't be great journalism that still exist there because it's still great journalist so they're gonna put out good stuff but the long term prospects i would say under the maven are not good and i would ultimately say that this they will they will strip mine sports illustrative for as much as they can until that brand is done i hope i'm wrong i don't think i will be from your perspective joan what do you think happens next i sports illustrated you know the great question and obviously you know i wasn't in any of the former for the future facing meetings because you know i was laid off right before them i i think i can speak to i certainly can't speak to the mavens plans obviously we've read a lot about you know what they hope to do with the LA times and what it sounds like say they'd like to do at sports right at you know what i can speak to you or the people who you know showed up for work this morning and people who are tim and i have a lot of really good friends who showed up for work this morning and who really have to embrace the same mindset i think that we all embraced while we were waiting for the sale was put your head down and do good journalism till they tell you you can't anymore and there's still a lot of talented people there i think feel very strongly about the fact that we're still sports illustrated and you know they can do the stories they're planning to do and put out the magazine as best they can and use the resources at their disposal which again i can't speak to those resources because i you know it was not in those meetings and i'm not in the heads of the major guys but yeah it's it it sounds like it's not gonna be not going to be pretty and might be a little bit bleak but i know in the near term you know there's a lot of people there who who were going to do their jobs well and who are very sad about everything that's happened but who you know feel an obligation to be sports illustrated and write the stories were known for writing and hold people accountable that we're known for holding accountable and you know move forward as best they can to mortgage your optimism level lie right now yeah i mean just rewrite everything jones said you know i we got a lot of friends there and i'm you know jenny rentis gregg bishop michael rosenberg kaley taylor you know there's a lot of great journalists still there and you know as long as they're there you know you have to have you have to have faith in doing great journalism that being said you know given the events of last week or so i think it's you know richard you've laid out at things probably pivotal moment in the in the magazines kind of history and future going forward you know we'll see you know like i don't know what the exact plans are what you know they're going to do going forward but you know there's a lot of great journalists still there and i'm rooting forum and i'm excited to keep reading them mm-hmm and i know they're gonna find a way to do great stuff sale so i know it's going to be you know it's interesting to watch going forward joan knowing tim a little bit in his personality it's always going to be i feel like pretty then calm i mean for christ's sake so i think he had an engineering scholarship michigan so he he's very zen like basically i think so you know he's he's giving me the answers i expected so i will ask you blunt like you sort of our very calm and measured on this podcast are you is there somewhere inside of you are you pissed off are you ticked off that you were doing good work great work you're producing as your job sort of required you to but yet it wasn't enough it was at the end it's wasn't about merit it was about something else yeah i mean yeah there is there is a big part of me that is that way i'm not a masuda non-confrontational person i'm totally not a little bit more confrontational in my day to day life sometimes i would say but yeah i mean i'm trying to stay pretty calm and i have been pretty calm throughout the but i'm i'm angry i'm you know i'm someone who was always worked really hard i was i was joking with my mom on friday one of unemployment that i think it was the first day since the summer after eighth grade that i wasn't either enrolled in school or working so i've worked really hard and i was producing good work as we're all of us and it wasn't enough i know there's lots of other journalists who are not even sports illustrated who've been it off the in spite of the fact that they were you know working their asses off and report great stories and giving everything to their jobs so i know i know we're not unique in that sense i think it's for me there's a little extra maybe i don't know if anger maybe bitterness maybe just motivation going forward i don't know what it is it's a weird dynamic of the bitterness is placed in a different direction than i think most people that are necessary when they're laid off that's that's really well said joan and i totally understand where you're coming from on that tim or anything that you wanted to add following what jones said yeah i think jones yeah jones been on point this whole podcast you know obviously agree with what she said and it's it's a weird feeling and i wish i could explain it as eloquently as jones's did yeah you proud of the work i did it sl i'm gonna miss my colleagues there the friends mentors and you should go higher joe niessen and all these other super talented people who lost their jobs last week in this kind of bizarre fashion and that's all i really wanna say yeah well we'll get to that second i think what i have learned is that i should have basically some hotheads for this body very well reasoned nuanced people all right mm-hmm what do you want to do what do you hope to do heading forward what for for for people out there who are who have hiring capacity or just even people who listen to podcast can reach out to you what is it you're sort of desire to continue to do in this field yeah i mean i i want to continue doing indepth storytelling an investigative work whether that's written features or narrative podcasts or video or you know i don't know i wanna keep i'm open to new ventures in some sort of you know in any in any form or fashion but i wanna keep you know doing storytelling in journalism and writing and you know i think there's you know hopefully a place out there for that joan same thing yeah i mean i echo pretty much all of what tim just said so well there i think yeah the store being the storytelling has always been the heart of what i wanted you and what i what i did a sports illustrated i think i was involved in a little more sometimes some seasons a little more like day to day beat type of stuff with college football sometimes that could've taken a left behind i think for me to its storytelling the long form the they're really being able to find the issues in sports that are applicable to the rest of society and find the people in sports who are maybe more than just athletes and tell their stories and i don't know i've also thought a lot over the last few days you know for me what's what i'd like to do most going forward is that storytelling i'd love it to the world of sports but it certainly doesn't have to be i i'm very well connected in the world of sports it's the only place i've ever worked but i love telling stories about you know really anything under the sun that has some application to the world we live in today and the you know the struggles we face eating that's the thing to me it's it's going to be very weird this week to not sit down and write and i want to start doing that again as quickly as possible i can understand that and to sort of satisfy yourself whether it's like a medium type of place or something else it may just be the form to go to sort of keep your rights chops fresh is there anything else that you guys wanted to add before the end of this segment i think that's it i mean we wanna say thank you shoot for for bringing us onto it to talk about this and i think it was a little cathartic into you know go the journalists like i said yeah yeah i mean i think i echo that i think i'd also like to say i really appreciate i think you know ten probably experience this too i mean no one ever wants to get laid off but just the outpouring of support that i think you know all of us have received over the last few days for people we know and people we don't know who you know really came out pretty vocally and supportive sports illustrated and in support of a magazine that i think a lot of people really loved that it was really cool to see and i just you know doesn't you know for still all laid off but i think it really helps soften the blow a little bit know how appreciated all of our work was yeah no absolutely i want to ask you echo that too that you know everyone that reached out about the magazine about everything that was happening it really meant a lot and you know he didn't people didn't have to do that but it showed just how much impact in the magazine had you know in its history god you will work again you will produce great work again and and this will be a part of your career but sir podcast that he hosted and and help produce fall of titan that's a serialized podcasts reexamining the death of steve mcnair you could reach tim and if you're on social media find his twitter account hire this guy is a fantastic talent the same is true for joe niessen staff writer sports illustrated for nearly six years she could pretty much ever anything whether it's college football or hockey or baseball and as she talked about here also sort of has a perspective on kinds porculus with your times which illustrate.

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"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

12:15 min | 2 years ago

"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Going on and it was a little chaotic i think people were you know rightfully like what the fuck and you know we we didn't know what was going on on and and so then it ended up we were in a holding pattern again you know in this one was a little bit shorter but you know we just people were hanging on the rue newsroom i'm not really knowing what was going to happen you know tracy gossip speculating saying goodbyes and you know we we don't even know if the meetings were rescheduled for that day you know so we just didn't know it was going to happen we went out for lunch we was talking editors and you know just commiserating and and reflecting on on our time and asai and and finally they reschedule the meetings i believe for four fifteen and four thirty and you know we we were all those of us in the four fifteen meaning were brought into wants room and and told that our jobs are being eliminated so that was in that happened so you go from i mean it probably happened in twenty four hours wednesday afternoon where you hear these rumors about layoffs coming thursday and how substantial they're going to be to them actually being carried out so i think blindsided is a is how i've been describing it it's a strange feeling i dunno appreciate sort of going through that online tim joan you're out of the office so what was last week like for you so as tim alluded to that the email i mean i was here in the same room tim was hearing you know being in the office i was hearing remotely through some you know just group messages with some of the co workers that i talked the most too and i was sitting in the press box in saint louis where i've driven i drove to saint louis from chicago wednesday morning for the blues home opener and stanley cup are raising ceremony and then i was assigned to stand saint louis and cover the an LDS games the cardinals braves game here in st louis sunday and monday it's kinda funny i had several stories on the docket that i've had to cancel which is a weird experience but anyway i was in the press box i believe it was the second period of the blues damn when the emails came through and i was comparing my emails with some other coworkers when i noticed some language in one email that it wasn't any other sort of i think i don't think i was the only one to notice this but sort of lent lent credence to the idea that the noon meeting was the meeting for those of us who to be out the door so at that point there was sort of the two right or not to write decision off of the game that i was at it was like if i'm laid off tomorrow i'm having i mean i was kind of pacing around fortunately i was seated next to a very close friend of mine and former staffer emily kaplan who shot it to me for keeping me sane and called them and so i ended up writing a story a very i think a very probably not so great story about the blues loss that night and the stanley cup santer raising and then i proceeded to go hang out with emily and a friend of mine who is a columnist at the post dispatch and saint louis for the rest of the evening and they sort of me down a bit and then the next day it was like tim said just kind of a waiting game had the same experience of the meeting being cancelled risk sounded like i mean not certainly not a fun experience but it was a i think it would have been nice to be surrounded by co workers during that time i just kind of paced around that's how and had the sensation of you know i'm fairly certain i'm among those who are going to be laid off and sure i really hope we can save sports illustrated and maybe blocked this from happening as we tried to do with a twitter campaign that i think a lot of people saw in a petition that we took the public but in the back of my mind i had this thought where you know if this failed which you know it seems more likely than not to fail i really hope they schedule these meeting as for today and then i can get this news today but i don't have to go to sleep tonight for the second straight night with hanging over my head sort of like i'm being marched off to my execution so when when the meetings you know came back on the calendar for four fifteen and four thirty there was this horrible sense of i think i'm gonna lose my job today but also the sense of well at least i know something this is for either of you having having talked obviously a lot of people who are there or who were there last week obviously including missing obviously but including many many people i worked with for many many years what was pretty disgusting too here was that there was no forewarning and especially for people with decades and decades of experience you know it felt like basically some kind of cattle call come in and here's the news you're going to be lead in your job you know and by the way there's also a party being thrown by the maven later that day to celebrate their new acquisition of sports illustrated tim you were in the office and i wonder if you can just sort of offer some kind of thoughts on the fact that it seemed in my opinion at least from the outside it seemed to really be done in quite a disgusting manner particularly for those staffers who had given decades and okay to sports illustrated well yeah i mean like i said i think blindsided was the is the right way describe it you know i don't know what was happening behind the scenes i don't know you know what they were allowed to do you know what i don't know how the deal came together you know there was speculation that the initial meeting got cancelled because there was some hang up in the deal between AB jian and the maven and meredith or who whatever was going on i don't i don't know so i don't know what they were allowed to do or but other you know in a in a don't feel comfortable commenting on you know the nature of how it went down other than to say it wasn't surprised and i think you know obviously you know i think some people were you know some people were upset with how his handle own given what we have seen regarding the ark of the print media in the twenty first century and not to say sports illustrated a print product certainly had morphed into digital and video and multimedia but was there do you think like whether digital employees or people who just love the brand was it delusional there could be a happy ending in twenty in nineteen twenty twenty twenty twenty one you know i think it would probably optimistic toepfer a happy ending but i think you look at you know there are ways to focus more heavily on the digital and transition sports illustrated into something that's really robust digitally we think you know i think sports illustrated had done a pretty decent above in recent years i think i mean we all have been at sports illustrated and no kind of there was not print digital divide that persisted probably a little longer than it should have but you know i think all of i said i say i mean i don't want to speak for others but i think we saw the sale of time as you know that's what we would love to happen i mean bought by someone you know a billionaire who has a real investment in the brand and in making time you know something something good and something that can be a print product that stands or even digital product but don't you feet and it's really robust and i think that was sort of the hope for the happy ending would have been somebody you know a a billionaire who had this deep seated love for sports illustrated who who wanted to i don't wanna say restore it but to perpetuate the legacy of what sports illustrated is and you know give us for the first time in a while because of all of the transitions that we've been growing through just a an owner who was there to work for parts illustrated not to say that meredith wasn't you know doing the best for us we had you know great resources to travel and do the stories we're doing but you know we weren't part of meredith portfolio for the long term and it wasn't a it wasn't a addition of stability that was going to hold it would have been really nice to see maybe sports illustrated get that chance that time magazine did yeah that's well said an and the reality is because this is around the time i left meredith had no interest in being longtime steward of sports illustrated they didn't by sports illustrated sports illustrated they bought the timing portfolio because they wanted people and and some of the other brands that they thought fit into their portfolio what you would have hoped for meredith to do and they didn't was to put sports illustrated in the hands of a steward like you said joan who either loved the product or wanted the product to continue with sort of what's always been it's DNA and not necessarily just either sell it to either the highest bidder or bitter that you know wild meredith by you know was being willing to take it off their hands during the time for him they wanted it's not necessarily that meredith owed that sports illustrator choice you just kind of wish they did and i don't think they did that sad as somebody who worked at time inc a long before you guys the issue the the this sort of story starts before meredith even got sports illustrated in terms of what happened from horrible management at time inc to some things that sports illustrated probably coulda done digitally so this is rather of you guys feel free to sort of answer it d- before the may then got involved do you think there are things that sports illustrated on a micro level could have done to help put itself in a in a better position and that would be things long before i would imagine you to even got to the magazine slash website yeah i think yeah exactly i think you just i mean it's no secret is at website issues been slow to embrace the digital side of the business and you know all that and like you said richard i think that's started you know well before joan and i got there so you know i wouldn't know the specifics of you know the decisions along the way that led to that point i could just say that i know my three and a half years they're like i said there was a lot of you know the sale of meredith and then the impending once they kind of made it clear they're they're looking to sell us there was just this is thing hanging over us and we were constantly in in waiting mode and i think the attitude of everyone inside the building was just put your head down do good journalism and i know that was my mindset and you know as far as you know the stuff about what happened before i got there right there you know the website or digital cider whatever decisions were made along the way you can i you know i personally couldn't do anything about that other than produce you know stuff i was proud love in good journalism so maybe you could speak more to that richard or i don't know jonas something to add up the only thing that i have to add beyond that i feel very very familiar tan and then you know i think we all felt like the only way to stay sane was to control we can control and that was to do journalism i will say one thing multiple people have said to me over the last day pointed out and it's something that i've you know thought about over my time at sl to is people talk a lot about you know in terms of the digital products the sl vault and all of the you know all of the.

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"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

16:26 min | 2 years ago

"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"The death of steve mcnair recognized as one of the best sports podcasts in twenty eighteen tim ryan has joined by jonasson who was also a staff writer for sports illustrated worked at sports illustrated essay for co dot com for seven years covered everything from college football in the NFL to the NBA two major league baseball do that he spent sixteen years in the military serving tours in bosnia and iraq supported relief efforts after hurricane katrina in new orleans and i highly recommend reading his 2017 piece on sl dot com about being an african american army veteran and and his perspective about NFL player's protesting during the national anthem and i am pleased to be joined by mary accident and scooby accent although i do wish it was under different conditions welcome guys to these sports media podcast thank you please be here are mary i'm going to start with you explained to the audio it's what you did for sports illustrated slash sports illustrated video so i was a video producer essentially we create features and documentaries all the features varied in length they could have been five minutes they could have been you know twenty minutes obviously documentaries also varied in length i was actually hired three years ago as a freelancer to come in and work on two shows for animal planet about the puppy bowl and from there went on to do a number of things as you mentioned the logan affect was one of my most proud tom moments but working there but i also worked on a short doc called losing tyler which was about the tyler alinsky the arkansas quarterback who died by suicide greg i had the incredible privilege of working with gregg bishop to meet his parents and and do a short documentary about that so my role was essentially to answer your original question pitch stories work with writers who already had stories in progress obviously do tons of research go out and work with directors of photography to shoot those features and documentaries come back edit them and then put them out for the world well hopefully the world to see scooby same question yeah i started off with the newly created a breaking news team in in twenty twelve and did that for three years and then they kind of transition me to college football they create a vertical call campus rush which only lasted a year for whatever reason and then i went back to the breaking news team and then for the past two years transition back to college sports specifically college football scooby i'm going to start with you did you see this coming and if so how long did you see it come and give me a sense if you did i wanna say when we moved from midtown a battery park when did that happen so the audience that was a wanna say twenty fourteen around there and then of course when meredith you bought time inc. you know it was like man they could just come in and just get rid of us all i mean they have the gift to do that and so literally i was telling us when you know everybody like decorations your desk at their cubicle like literally the only thing ahead on my desk was a plush scooby doll so when the when the time came i see you know get my plus scooby doll in in bailout so it was it was always in the back of my mind it was just a matter of when it was going to happen on the mary same question i'd say in every industry has its ups and downs and i don't thank you can never have any job without being a little bit worried my greatest concern started i would say in june when the maven came into the picture up until then think i was pretty cautiously optimistic even after meredith purchased us i saw the way they handled telling off the other legacy brands and i had faith or maybe it was you know foolish but i hope that there'd be some magical billionaire like what happened with time magazine who'd come in and by us and you know just be passionate about sports and the brand and even after ABC purchased purchase i was still hopeful but really it was when the maven came into the picture that i feel i could say i saw this coming scooby back to you as you know as deep as you wanna go what was last week like for you individually it was strange because these four days in the ten months i was at columbia those are the only time in my adult life where i have not worked so getting up in the morning and not literally have anything to do but update the resume look for jobs it was strange in being on a breaking news team it was six AM start time so you know for the better part of my time in the military and then the majority the seven years i s i i was waking up at when the rooster crow literally and so being able to sleep in for once was strange but you know the support that i got when it went down was unbelievable so you know i'm not the type dead you know that complaints or does anything like that i just have to move forward but it was i think strange just not having any thing to do on a daily basis scooby one follow powdered you learn that the maven was was was laying you off limits eating you from your job wednesday night started reading ditz being i think that's when things started and then thursday we get an email or wednesday night will get an email turn to be on a conference call at noon and then they cancelled a conference call so i left i left my apartment ransom errands and then i missed the second meeting and cacao called HR or HR emailed me in basically told me and he got me on the phone and told me what do the next day so basically go in the next day clear after desk by this time turning your badge turning your computer in that was that so it was it was pretty matter of factly you you know i don't you know the show emotion you know just he just had a job to do and i understood that so you know he told me what i needed to do and that's pretty much it went by pretty quick found out and then you know he explained the circumstances and then that was that mary the same question for you what what was the last week like for you individually and and how were you informed of by the the maven group that that you would no longer be working there my experience is a little bit different because i was in the office all week i don't know how how in depth you oh i can take you like day by day kind of what happened at a i would like you to go and i'd like you to go as in depth as though there were rumblings around the office monday and tuesday during the day obviously we're talking about a group of journalists so everybody tips all the time about things that are happening and people around the office talk obviously so we started to hear things and and i guess it was tuesday night i was on the train home from office and i'm on a big too big tax change with time exchange with co workers and all of a sudden somebody sent out a link to the new york post article i clicked on it and i saw essentially so everybody's immediately kinda panicking you know there have been rumblings said even a couple of weeks ago that we kind of knew that like i said this this might be where we're headed since the may even bought us but this was the first sign of any action anything actionable happening so we all started you know thinking what what does this mean what's happening next and a short while after that memo was sent out an official memo about stone stepping down after that the post article went back up later that night my supervisor called the meeting for our whole team for wednesday we all met wednesday but he unfortunately didn't have very many answers it's unclear whether or not he had you know i don't think he actually have answers i think that many of the supervisors were kept kind of outside of everything that was going on but i also think that they didn't wanna set in widespread panic obviously than the deadspin article i think came out wednesday about how crystalline who given a number of employees kind of a heads up that there would be big layoffs coming which center everybody into a bit of a spiral and wednesday night a group of us met group of employees that to sort of figure out like what should we do is there anything we can do to stop this we at that point kind of talked about some sort of petition where we could express our concerns about what was going to do once the sale went through we there you know there was a version drafted there hadn't been any steps taken to actually have people sign it later that night i think it was like around nine o'clock my techs chain sort of blowing up again people saying oh my god i just got an email about a meeting tomorrow is this it everybody immediately started compare figured out pretty quickly that i was likely in the meeting of people getting laid off i was in the earlier meeting most of the bigger name a bigger name writers like gregg bishop in the later meeting so to me it was pretty obvious okay i'm i'm in the group of getting let go we are all chris when or sorry the days of all blurred together thursday morning everybody went in not sure what to expect just sort of again continuing to compare what meetings people were in what else what other information they'd heard and then around eleven fifty a group of us started to head downstairs and i think it was like eleven fifty two or eleven fifty four all of a sudden everybody got an email that the meetings were cancelled as you can imagine this is a pretty you shock we were unclear as to i don't know if there's cursing loudly but what the fuck was going on everybody was pretty pissed off off and confused and scared and upset immediately i guess everybody the videotape he's on the fifth floor whereas everybody else's on the seventh floor so immediately i guess season canola and ryan hunt sort of an improv an impromptu like everybody gathered around on the second floor so we ran up we're supposed to happen nobody told them that they were gonna get cancelled and yet here we are so like i said once again it seemed as though they everybody was sort of being kept outside of the information they said that if they asked everybody to please stick around for the rest of the day because they were hoping that the meetings would be rescheduled for later which is ashley we then a group of us then saw this as an opportunity to continue to pursue this pre petition so we gathered around and between twelve o'clock and around three o'clock we put she got a petition together push it out via social media and we're able to get i don't know the exact number of employees we ended up getting able to sign but i think it was like in the eighties eighty something employees able to sign it was definitely like seventy five percent of sl.

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"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"sports illustrated" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Hey everybody this is richard dykes and welcome to the sports media podcasts my producers always as patrick kane antonetti this podcast can be a little bit different this week there's this four people coming on but this is sort of a personal one for me my guests are being sports illustrated's media operations and so it was an awful week for them off a week for sports journalism in the the publishing company maven basically laid off you know it'll be around whatever turns out to be thirty five forty forty five percent of sports illustrated editor oriel staff just decimated and people with decades of experience the told they had to basically get out of the building incredibly quickly it was disgraceful the reports you've read the reports from the washington post and the debt spins etc about this so my us our mary agnes who is a incredibly talented producer and filmmaker for sports illustrated worked for sports illustrated video for three i had an unbelievable documentary on the humboldt broncos player logan boulay who is one of the sixteen people killed in that horrible bus crash cash involving that team she is joined by scooby accent who worked at sports illustrated dot com for seven years there is covered everything from college football NFL and the NBA major league baseball and incredible guy spent sixteen years in the military serving tours in bosnian iraq supported relief efforts after hurricane katrina and just a super stand up guy incredible hard worker great talent so that's segment one second segment will be tim ron who worked at sports illustrated for three and a half years or so staff writer they're covering the NFL worked on the QB before that previous lee was a writer for the new york times incredible talent really great writer the podcast that he did for cadence thirteen fall titan that was a serialized podcast reexamining the she worked for nearly six years they're covered an amazing amount of stuff from college football to the college football playoffs the super bowl the masters stanley cup world series just google work on sl dot com and or the magazine i mean just a major major talent and in a terrific and thoughtful writer so the first segments would marry agnan and scooby action the second segment is with tim ron and joe niessen and we discuss what it was like for them last week whether they saw this coming did they hope that there could be a happy ending it sports illustrated some of the issues that sports rated had what they think happens next sports illustrated and what they hope to now do heading forward thinking enjoy this or maybe not enjoy this but i hopefully is your insight into what went down at obviously a place that's you know was incredibly important to me it was the place i dreamed of working for work there for nearly early two decades and the place means in a an immense amount to me i what i've experienced professionally iot orchestrated so that's a long intro and let's head to scooby and mary coming up on the sports me podcast halo music and i'm excited about a brand new music documentary podcast out now called long may they run which explores iconic touring bands which have had a lasting impact on music culture the industry they're fans and beyond the first season focuses on the legendary band fish and is now out on apple podcasts or wherever you're listening right now stick around because at the end of this episode will give you a sneak peek of what to expect in the series okay as i said at the top marianne was a producer and filmmaker sports illustrated video for three years and change she worked on live shows their features documentary and in my opinion directed one of the best things sports illustrated has ever produced and that's a documentary about the humble broncos player logan boulay is one of the sixteen people who were killed in that horrible bus crash involving that hockey team in canada and if you want to check out mary's work and check out her piece on logan boulay just it's believe it is on youtube right now and so he easily be able to search the logan effect scooby ax in.

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"sports illustrated" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"sports illustrated" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Like all of these things that are slowly going to turn us into those you know futuristic movies that you see where everyone's just in like a white gown and y'all have your head shaved and nobody's wearing make up and you're just like ding ding think and you like go to work starting to feel very dark maritza me where it's just like we're headed into society where it's just like great men women nothing exists where and the rest of it's getting so fucking ridiculous that it's like is i hope this isn't going to be the new norm moving forward but it might be like yesterday i saw that fucking sports illustrated swimsuit model walking down the catwalk breastfeeding why don't know that was her her choice in her thing and like i saw everybody online their models doing you know just her she just had a baby three months earlier and walk she can walk she can breastfeed in than walk down she doesn't need to do it while now where she pulled it out on runway how to three month old baby breastfeeding did the entire catwalk with the baby breastfeed look at the pictures like and the pictures like you can see people are just like oh my god and i read some of the comments when i was like fuck of my watching some of the comments were like she's so brave she so isn't it so powerful as in this so i'm like what like we among living in a fucking twilight zone here like i looked at that and i was like cool man like the only reason sports illustrated swimsuit models even exist in this world is to sell magazines dudes to jack off to the last thing you wanna see newborn baby suckling on it teat going down a catwalk back and forth like i don't know who that's four gives it certainly not for sports illustrated no it's for herself yes and so with that it's like there's some competition that is to be the next sports illustrated model like swimsuit model his it a ploy to be like hey if you don't pick me it's because i was breastfeeding my baby on the catwalk it was like i saw the picture and i was like this i thought it was a joke that look like social baron cohen thing to me where i was shot ab hanging off you for sure modeling it was part of his show and i was like all right this has gotta be a joke and i looked at it like nine different publications it was no joke i it was stunning not just like i think we are as as a society a lot more forgiving of breastfeeding moms in public so i don't know what her crusade against like i know for a second it was kind of like putt that bouba away and then like more and more moms were like listen it's all the time like i can't stop to like cover up and make sure you're like i need you just feed this baby i'm fucking tired bob blah like and i think more and more people are like okay do your thing it's not you're not offending me by really seeing the top your boob i don't know but if you were to movie premiere walking the red carpet would you what i'm saying that you're about to have a baby in about three weeks yeah would you ever consider that a million years of walking the red carpet with your baby sucking on your tit because you don't have to do you know what i mean like it wasn't a it wasn't a necessity thing for her so that's what pisses me off off to it's like she was using her baby as to make a statement do you know what i'm saying like if you have to where it's like dude i have no i don my pump i don't have to do it and i'm never like.

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"sports illustrated" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper

Talking Hoops with Zach Harper

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"sports illustrated" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper

"A again not to give way too much of the ending of the climactic final in the final championship game antoine is kind of leaving the team and going off to the afterlife and he mentions that they're calling him and they want him to play for the team to which i presume is some colleague afterlife team and they tell him he might have a chance to make the starting five if he's not a ball hogg and there is the present chance antoine is making the afterlife startig five i think i even though know what that what a weird way of saying he has to go to the afterlife unit look the end the place for the team we need whwhat does the eye he didn't even playing in college other only five people in the afterlife that could play basketball are their only ten people in the afterlife play basketball will chamberlain involved obviously which i try not to get to deepen to religion on podcasts but this this does probably bear some further examination of at no point so unlike you i don't care about rudy this movie for people they go through the tournament they get to the national title game at no point at least maybe i missed it did it no point instead of bracket busting there's no like bracket goes busting joke made all my god how do they miss how is that this that's the most obvious joke well i guess nobody knows that it's a ghost except for the members of the team right the members of the team realises although i don't know the crack reporter rc st john oh yeah that should okay a lemme five wrote down with the headline of her so she the the reporter rc st john who really this movie is low key a story by everlasting affects every time the name or you said the name i get really great.

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