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Bills, Vikings and Cowboys score Thanksgiving wins.
"AP sports, I'm Mike Reeves, it was a busy Thanksgiving Day in the NFL with three games on the schedule, the bills were in Detroit to meet the Lions, correspondent Denny cap, was there and has this report. Tyler bass boots a 45 yard field goal with two seconds left as the bills hang on to beat the Lions 28 25 on Thanksgiving Day, passes heroics from 8 necessary after he missed an extra point late in the fourth quarter, which allowed Lions kicker Michael batchley to sign the game on a 51 yarder with 23 seconds left. Sometimes you do everything that you write and sometimes you just get unlucky. We got unlucky, but we have a great group of guys that support me and have my back and I was able to reset and focus on the next big. Josh Allen put bounced into position to win the game, orchestrating a 48 yard drive spurred by a 36 yard pass the Stefan Diggs. Bob Stephens was on hand to watch the cowboys host the Giants. The Dallas Cowboys rallied to defeat the New York Giants 28 20 on Thanksgiving, overcoming a 13 7 deficit with 21 unanswered points in the second half. Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy says the cowboys time of possession keyed the win. Excellent division win game we had to have and I love the fire team and really what tried to break their method. And one thing I'm talking about is controlling the ball was a big focus for us today. That Prescott threw for 261 yards and two touchdowns the Dalton Schultz, CD lamb caught 6 for one O 6, while Daniel Jones threw for two 28 in a touchdown for the Giants. In Minnesota Kirk Cousins finds Adam Thielen in the end zone with 9 34 left to give the Vikings a 33 26 win over the Patriots, it was cousins third scoring strike of the game, just a phenomenal catch by him. I thought that the way he's able to catch that football, keep his feet in bounds. It just says a lot about his ability. One of the things he does really well is his body control and he's just overall athleticism and he showed it there. A great play by him. In college football, Mississippi state gets passed almost 24 22 in college troops in top 5 action number one North Carolina and number three Kansas are winners. I'm Mike Reeves, AP sports.
Musk says granting 'amnesty' to suspended Twitter accounts
"New Twitter owner Elon Musk says he's granting Amnesty for suspended accounts. I Norman hall. Online safety experts say Twitter owner Elon Musk's decision to allow suspended accounts to return will spur a rise in harassment hate speech in misinformation. The billionaire's announcement came after he asked in a poll posted on his timeline to vote on reinstatements for accounts that have not broken the law are engaged in egregious spam. The yes vote was 72%, but such online polls are anything but scientific and can be easily influenced by bots in the months since Musk took over Twitter groups that monitored the platform for racist anti semitic and other toxic speech say it's been on the rise. On Norman hall
Bills beat Lions 28-25 for 2nd win in 5 days at Ford Field
"Tyler bass boots a 45 yard field goal with two seconds left as the bills hang on to beat the Lions 28 25 on Thanksgiving Day. NASA heroics from 8 necessary after he missed an extra point late in the fourth quarter, which allowed Lions kicker Michael batchley to sign the game on a 51 yarder with 23 seconds left. Sometimes you do everything that you write and sometimes you just get unlucky. We got unlucky, but we have a great group of guys that support me and have my back and I was able to reset and focus on the next kick. Josh Allen put bounce in a position to win the game, orchestrating a 48 yard drive spurred by a 36 yard pass the Stefan Diggs, the bills improved to 8 and three while the Lions dropped the four and 7. Denny cap Detroit
China anti-virus curbs spur fears of global economic impact
"The Chinese government says over 250,000 coronavirus cases have been found in the past three weeks and the daily average is rising Officials in China are trying to reduce economic damage by using controls that can find millions of people to their homes The ruling Communist Party is promising to reduce disruptions from its zero COVID policy strategy by making controls more flexible but this latest wave of outbreaks is challenging that major cities including Beijing have closed off populous districts shut stores and offices and ordered factories to isolate their workforces from outside contact China's infection numbers are relatively low but the ruling party is trying to isolate every case I'm Charles De Ledesma
Pfizer booster spurs immune response to new omicron subtypes
"Pfizer says it's updated COVID-19 booster shot may offer some protection against new mutations of the omicron variant The original vaccine had been tweaked to address the omicron variants and the dominant one at the time was be a 5 While this new shot does produce an immune response for that variant it appears it can also target four additional omicron subtypes including the worrisome BQ one one a 9 fold increase in antibodies against that variant compared to only a twofold increase from the original shot but more studies are needed and this data released by Pfizer has not been peer reviewed Moderna also recently announced early evidence its updated booster induced antibodies against BQ one one now responsible for some 24% of COVID cases I'm Jackie Quinn
Republicans close to taking House majority
"Republicans have won a slim majority in the U.S. House I'm Lisa dwyer More than a week after election day Republicans have now secured the 218th seat needed to flip the U.S. House of Representatives that returns the party to power in Washington and gives conservatives leveraged blunt president Joe Biden's agenda It also is likely to spur a flurry of promised investigations However a threadbare majority will pose immediate challenges for GOP leaders and could complicate the party's ability to govern Republicans are now on track to cobble together what could be the party's narrowest majority of the 21st century rivaling 2001 When Republicans had just a 9 seat majority the full scope of the party's majority may not be clear for several more days or weeks as
On this week's AP Religion Roundup, in the midst of an uptick in threats against Jewish school and houses of worship, Hollywood takes a constructive look at antisemitism in American life.
"On this week's AP religion roundup In the midst of an uptick in threats against Jewish schools and houses of worship Hollywood takes a constructive look at anti semitism in America Last week the FBI issued a statewide alert in New Jersey That spurred heightened security at Jewish synagogues and schools Public warnings about threats against Jewish institutions aren't unusual Now TV and film studios are turning their focus toward the uptick in anti semitism We were gonna make Steven Spielberg's semi autobiographical film the fable men's focuses on the director's family and the roots of his film career Fables actor Seth Rogen says he relates closely to the movie segments on anti semitism I'm very aware that the only reason my family is in this country is 'cause people hate Jewish people and we're trying to murder us He says it's shaped his own life and career Honestly I think it is very meaningful that of all the things Stephen could put in his film and focus on his life that he chose to include the story of kind of overcoming antisemitism On the small screen viewers of the calling on the peacock service quickly learned the new show isn't a typical police procedural This job it would be easy to lose faith in humanity Detective Abraham is a scholar of human behavior from his study of philosophy and his orthodox Jewish faith This is not a detective that I've ever ever seen on TV And I also didn't think that will come on TV Actor Jeff wilber spoke to AP about his role as a Torah cloning detective In a Jewish detective was biggest strengths is believing in humanity and this is what leads him to solve the most inhumane crimes Matthew tinker the show's executive producer says he hopes the show will help dispel hate and misunderstanding It's beginning a conversation which at the end of the day is what leads to any acceptance in this world I'm Walter ratliff
Morant, Bane help Grizzlies beat Spurs in overtime, 124-122
"John morant and Desmond baine each scored 32 points Devin bassel missed a three point attempt at the buzzer and the Memphis Grizzlies beat San Antonio one 24 one 22 in overtime Wednesday night The grizzlies opened the extra period with an 11 to two run before San Antonio reeled off 8 straight to pull within one Moran hit one of two free throws that proved to be the difference Every player on his team every coach on the staff you know no you know when it's that time that I want the ball in my hands and you know I love having that pressure on me you know what I go do I just take what the defense gives me and try to get us a win But sell and yaka purtle paste the spurs with 22 points apiece Roy Flores San Antonio
Virus lockdowns hit China economic powerhouse Guangzhou
"A surge in COVID-19 cases has spurred a lockdowns in the sudden Chinese manufacturing hub of Guangzhou The lockdowns add to financial pressure that's disrupted global supply chains and sharply slowed growth in the world's second largest economy Residents in districts encompassing almost 5 million people have been ordered to stay home at least through Sunday with one member of each family allowed out once per day to purchase necessities The order comes after the densely populated city of 13 million reported more than 2500 new cases over the previous 24 hour period I'm Charles De Ledesma
Oath Keepers leader: No plan to attack the Capitol on Jan. 6
"The leader of the far right group the oath keepers was back on the witness stand in his seditious conspiracy trial Stuart Rhodes told the jury it was stupid for any oath keeper to attack the capitol It was not their mission He had no idea his followers were going to join the mob on January 6th of last year and was upset when he learned some of them did Prosecutors have tried to show for the oath keepers This was not a spur of the moment protest but part of an extensive plot Rhodes told jurors he believed it would have been legal for then president Donald Trump to invoke the insurrection act and call up a militia in response to what he believed was an unconstitutional and invalid election Rhodes also claimed weapons found nearby in Virginia were not meant to be part of a quick reaction force Ed Donahue Washington
Salah double fires Liverpool to victory at Tottenham
"Liverpool picked up its first road win of the season by defeating Tottenham two one Mohamed Salah scored twice after netting just four in his first 12 EPL games this season Salah put the reds ahead for good in the 11th minute and made it to nil in the 40th The Egyptian is heating up with 9 goals in his last 8 games through all competition Allison was in line for a clean sheet until Harry Kane beat him on a tight angle in the 70th minute Spurs dropped to fourth in the league and three points ahead of Manchester United The Liverpool is tied for 8th and 7 points off the champions cut off I'm Dave ferry
The Ideology of Wilson and Obama
"The ideological roots of the book is about, well, there's a lot of Hegel in history. There's a lot of Lincoln in the founders. There's a lot of Woodrow Wilson and finally someone is explained it. Now, Jonah Goldberg has tried a few times. Fine writer, under the shell, no he's a friend of yours. He's tried a few times in big books that only people like me read to explain where this came from. You went back and tried to do it again. Would you explain to people why you think it's important that they get what Wilson was and why it matters and why the framers Lincoln and Reagan are different from that. I think it's important to understand the ideological roots of the decline in American sea all around them. As I said, Barack Obama is the most ideological president since Wilson. Now Barack Obama's are careful though to mask his ideology. Sometimes he let the mask slip like for instance when he was attending Jeremiah Wright's church for all those years. Jeremiah, I remember the infamous pastor who said 9 11 was America's chickens coming home to roost is that God wouldn't bless America but rather damn America. This is not some passing relationship. I mean, Barack Obama saw down his church satin skews for years, even had him officiate his wedding, Michelle Obama. Or when Barack Obama said that America wasn't an exceptional nation. What he wanted to say, we're going to fundamentally transform America view. Now, I don't know about you, but I don't know many people who think that if you love something, you should want to fundamentally transform it. I can't imagine the fetching this Hewitt would take too well if you said honey, I love you, but I want to fundamentally transform you. With Obama, though, it's somewhat rare that that ideological slips. With Wilson, you see it out in the open. The first openly, the first president who was openly hostile and opposed to our Declaration of Independence and our constitution. He said they were outdated. They were obsolete. They belonged to a Newtonian age of checks and balances, not a Darwinian age of evolution. He said that the moral basis of our nation, the natural, equality of mankind, that none of us as Jefferson said are born with saddles on our backs to be written or spurs on our heels to ride. Was outdated as well. He had this conception of history with a capital H that it was evolving and therefore mankind could be thankful that we could have heaven on earth that we could achieve. Utopia. The founders knew that this was all nonsense. They understood as Madison said in the federalist papers that government is the greatest of all reflections on human nature. And our nature, nature is that we're falling creatures.
Tottenham comes from 2 goals down to beat Bournemouth 3-2
"Tottenham came back from down two zero to defeat Brighton three two Backup Rodrigo Benton corps scored deep in stoppage time Capping the comeback as spurs entered a two game losing streak Ryan says and you all started the rally in the 57th minute and Ben Davies leveled following a corner Sesame was set to come off before his goal Tottenham surge followed two goals by kiefer Moore Spurs remained third in the table Two ahead of Newcastle and three behind first place Manchester City Bournemouth remains too clear the relegation zone I'm Dave ferry
Charles Thorngren, CEO of Legacy Precious Metals, on Stagflation
"When you hear the likes of Jamie Dimon from JPMorgan smart guy, very, very smart guy, by the way. When he's talking about something that could be worse than a recession, let me ask you Charles before we get to and thank you guys for all your questions before we get to some of these other questions. What does that mean? We're sort of recession. I'll tell you there's depression, right? And then there's collapse. But in between those between recession and depression, you have stagflation. Yeah. Which is massive. Very hard to combat, and this is why the inactivity of the fed is so hard. We know we're going to raise the federates to four and a half percent. We already know that that's a given, right? They've already said that, but we know they're going to go higher. And really what you need for stagflation, 5% on those fed rates, 5% unemployment, and two quarters of a down GDP. So we're almost in a stagflationary period. We're not over again. The more ways than one. It is, because we know, we're not showing too much outside the question, but home prices. You have a massive issue that's coming that people haven't. They're beginning to talk about it, but not in the correct way. When you have interest rates this high and you have houses this on affordable, you now make it tough for people to maintain their houses. To create extra income by refinancing their houses to help spur an economy. Especially one that's in recession. So you have a scenario here where there's not enough housing. We know supplies are limited. And it's only going to get more limited because who in their right mind is going to sell a house. They almost have paid off and get this new loan at 7%. Yeah. We don't have that turnover. It doesn't make financial sense.
Edwards scores 34; Wolves beat Spurs 134-122
"Anthony Edwards dropped in 34 points and back up jail and Noelle at a 23 in the Timberwolves one 34 one 22 downing of the spurs Edwards had 16 points by halftime highlighted by 5 three pointers The wolves were 20 of 34 from downtown and led by as many as 17 in the second half Carl Anthony towns chipped in 21 points to help Minnesota bounce back from Monday's loss to San Antonio Calvin Johnson finished with a team high 27 points and Doug McDermott added 19 for the spurs Both teams are three and two I'm Dave ferry
Newcastle beats Tottenham 2-1, into fourth place in EPL
"Newcastle has cracked the Premier League's top four with a two one win at Titan Callum Wilson scored a disputed goal in the 31st minute after colliding with goalkeeper Hugo loris Miguel almiron made it to nil just 9 minutes later helping the magpies win for the fourth time in 5 games and sending the spurs to their second straight loss Harry Kane scored in the second half for Tottenham but it wasn't enough to prevent Newcastle from leapfrogging Chelsea and Manchester United in the table Tatum remains third in the league 5 points behind leader arsenal I'm Dave ferry
Spurs hand 76ers third straight loss to open season, 114-105
"The 76ers are zero one three following a one 14 one O 5 loss to the spurs Doug McDermott hit four three pointers and scored all 14 of his points in the second half Devin vassal scored 20 of his 22 points by halftime and kelton Johnson finished with 21 The spurs shot 16 for 38 from three point range and had a 40 to ten advantage in bench points Joel embiid pumped in 40 points for the sixers who were off to their worst three game start in 6 years Tyrese Maxie had 25 points in the loss but James Harden shot just four for 17 and scoring 12 points I'm Dave fairy
Biden to release 15M barrels from oil reserve, more possible
"President Biden is expected to release additional oil from the nation's strategic reserve to spur production and lower gasoline prices Top administration officials say President Biden will announce the release of another 15 million barrels from the strategic oil reserve as part of the response to the OPEC plus nations making production cuts White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre response to people who say Biden's action is an election ploy Should the president not do everything that he can to lower prices should he not continue to keep his promise to give American people a little bit of breathing room You know that's the promise that he's made Should he not do that The drawdown will complete the release of 180 million barrels authorized by Biden in March Officials say the president is expected to also open the door to undetermined additional releases this winner in an effort to keep prices down Tim McGuire Washington
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"Hand, but of course that victory today certainly didn't hurt United's chances, but you look at it, Stevie and arsenal really need to muck this up, don't they? Well that's not got some tough games. You've got your boys, obviously. She has got my name. You know, they've got, they've got some easy games. But with four games in hand, there are only two points behind. There is no question. You should back yourself. Yep. And there's no reason to suggest that the results are getting no one continued. You know, they're pretty solid at the back. They've started scrolling some goals, which they weren't doing previously, but then they won't lose them. And so all the things that are doing are completely unlike all the teams around them. And they lose and they draw, you know, you've not quite sure what was going on. That still has been the most consistent recently, so yes, it's absolutely theirs to make a mess of. Spares done done? Yes, I think so. I tweeted before the game. I think it was a massive chance for both teams to put a nail in the coffin of either side. I just think they're too inconsistent and I think in the last 11 games, I think it is, I've never gone back to back wins. It's been a win, a loss, a win, a loss. They can't get any momentum going. You know, Antonio Conte must have been looking at performance today because I agree with Stevie. I thought they deserved something about the game at two two. I think the spurs could win this. And it was one of them where if they really believed in themselves the Tottenham players, if they really thought they could win at Old Trafford, they would have done. Not saying it was that easy, but they didn't sort of back themselves up to two. They thought, are we quite good enough? We might ship one at the other end. Should we stay for a two two? We're not sure what to do. That's not Antonio Conte's way of thinking. That's the players on the pitch thing. And so I'm not convinced now they can get top four. Elsewhere, of course, a significant result in the title race.
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"With us. Jules and BAPE. How is he? He's a bit better now. There's far more optimism than there was this morning with a big scare happened at training when he drifts against stamped on baptist left foot during a simple drill. I think he was like a just keeping the ball around. He was not even nothing special. He went to the American hospital in the year to have some scans that didn't reveal any fracture like the medical stuff feared at some point. He was damaged in pain and now he's done a few more treatment this afternoon, and he will continue tomorrow all day, of course. And then the morning of the game as well, but it was this far more optimism tonight they would be able to even start the game on Wednesday. So we went from really like a big scare to the point that they thought it might not be even able to be in the squad to actually he should be fine and there's certainly hoping that he would be able to dive even if you just 1890% of his ability they will take them. He didn't feature of course suspended for the game against niece at the PSG loss. We had Franklin Buffon at the weekend and saying, look, don't read into this Jules, because basically everyone was conserving themselves for Wednesday, is that fair? I don't think so. I mean, yeah, maybe they didn't want to get injured for the Madrid game, but they were still poor. They could hardly create anything. I mean, even messy, there was no one running in front of me if we wanted to pass the ball or find someone into space. The Mario did it once in the first half and that was pretty much it. I saw a PhD was so average. So disappointing again in the collective expression that they had on the ball and these spread well defined well, they were well organized and very solid like galdi steam do against PhD, and that's why he has such an amazing record against the Parisians, but it was so disappointing. And of course, a team with Kylian and with Acadia is very different. This is no brainer. You didn't expect them to be that bad without him. And yet it was another reminder that this team is embassy and that when he's not there, there's not much left despite all the talent that you can still see on the page, collectively, there's not enough. So it would be a disaster for PhD if he was out for the game on Wednesday even if he was just on the bench and certainly having him back in the game in the team will be a huge boost as well because even the players I think can put you know know that without him you take a lot away from that team. The big criticism of course Carlo Ancelotti offered the first egg two defensive you went there looking for a goal of straw. How much does he have to temper then the team's desire to go for it? And the crowds desire to go for it in that second leg at the burnout because you know if you do that if you're Real Madrid, you're leaving yourself exposed and when someone like Killian and bappy on the pitch he's going to punish you. Well I don't think that's going to happen. The shutdown going to play the way they did. Defensively, they are going to be trying to get on the front foot, but they're going to do it in a controlled manner. And that means that they do it as a unit. The middle of the front are all going to close down together and they're all going to drop off together. It's one goal. That's all it is. It's one goal. So it's about making sure you make no mistakes, but you go forward when it's on. And if they have that mentality, we go forward with it on, but we make no mistakes. Then I've got 90 minutes to get a goal. They are at home, and so I think they're going to win again. Particularly with Mbappé, not Stevie. I was going to tease. I was going to say you're on tomorrow or get your prediction tomorrow. And now people know.
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"Rania because he's not performing well. He's not, I think he's got twice in 2022, so dire issues to address that. It's just another problem. It's another problem that united have gotten. They've kind of brought this on themselves by appointing an interview manager, not being bold enough in November to get a proper manager at a permanent manager. When we got an interesting manager with a dress room that's this kind of disrupted, the players don't care what he says because they know that he's not going to be there. And most of the players aren't going to be there, so he's got no authority whatsoever, so it's no surprise that all these issues are coming to a head. How problematic is this Ronaldo situation within the dressing room Don? I don't think you can launch it all on sort of Ronaldo. I've been asked Villarreal and ask Atalanta fans what they think about Ronaldo when he was born last minute goals and the Champions League and he got them through. You're just looking at a guy and it's horrible to say because someone like me should never ever criticize someone like Ronaldo, one of the world's very best. But we all know as players father time catches up here. And you get to a point in your career where you especially when you're talking Ronaldo, his bodies there is still immaculate, but you just start to lose that half a yard. And then players who feared Ronaldo back in the day, all of a sudden they see him and they're not see the Ronaldo that he once was and they get a little bit tighter to him and they stop him from playing and he wanders in the wide area so we're not seeing the same player. But I think to launch it really all on him because he's the superstar on the biggest name at man united. I think it's a little bit harsh to be honest. How do you deal with this theory? I agree with Don in fact, obviously this isn't the United's biggest problem at the moment, but it is an issue. Well, the manager absolutely 100% has shown how naive is when it comes to opening his mouth in front of the press. And when you and manager is opening his mouth and saying, the wrong thing all the time. I mean, he came out and said, well, some of the players are frustrated with the teammates. Now, to us, that is absolute gold, because straight away, you go well, hold on a minute. So that means the guy who's thinking it is seeing it's not my fault. It's your fault. And then just everything he shares, he says it wrong. There are now do end you. Or Ronaldo's not with you. No, he's injured. He's dead. Yeah. Instead of, well, I've got to go with the medical staff. I mean, you stupid. So straight away, the guy who's supposed to be in charge, the guy who we say has to be what failure was, the most important person in the building is thrown them all under the boss and making it worse. So what chance you got? The guy in charge. Sorry. A lot more about what happened in the Manchester Derby and indeed lots.
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"Through you for fun. Regardless of whether you're trying or not, they are so good. So are we making too big a deal of this? Because it was city. Can you turn the page and go right boys, spurs? We know we can beat spurs. We know they've got vulnerabilities. We 100% need to stop thinking about Manchester United of Fergie days and when they were a proper team. We need to forget about that. Have we think they're going to turn around and start putting a runner games together and playing Liverpool or city or a Real Madrid or anybody else forget it? They don't have the players to do it. It's just, it's got to a stage now where we need to realize the Manchester United right now are in the position of Liverpool we're in. When I was there in 1993, where we want European champions anymore. We want the team that we used to be the team to be always. That disappeared quickly. And the sooner that they realized that, the shunu they can actually move forward because right now, I mean, the roofs came and nobody seems able to stop it. Whether it's from inside the club, I rose the club. Was Cristiano Ronaldo, injured Mark. Well, we push rather running on that and he insisted that his medical staff said he was injured that he had a hit problem, so we have to go with that, but you know, we're pushing quite hard and he didn't book or so he says that we're now those injured medical staff said it. So we have to take his word for it, but yeah. But let's be honest, you know, Ronaldo didn't play at Chelsea on the Michael Carrick and he's not, I don't think he's a player now that can perform in those games against the big teams away from home. So if you have been dropped, it would the right decision, but Randy said he was injured, so we have to take his word for it. If only there was some sort of social media platform that maybe Cristiano Ronaldo could use to address this and maybe put it to bed. Why doesn't he just go on Instagram, go look, here I am with the doctor, look at my hip. Here we go. Yeah. Just think Christianity is just social media quite a lot. There's obviously an issue here. There's what this says is not smart without fire. I don't think we're not going to be happy for a while. It's clearly not happy the way that it's used by rania because he's not performing well. He's not, I think he's got twice in 2022, so dire issues to address that. It's just another problem. It's another problem that united have gotten. They've kind of brought this.
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"Is illusion that Gandalf can forget about it, but I think arsenal right now we're obviously in public position they've got fourth place, they've got a game in hand, but I just think Tottenham between consistent with the one at man city and they lost at Burnley and lost at Middlesbrough. So how can we say with any conviction that they will string a religion together and get back in the top four? I just don't see it. Look, they've got in Harry Kane and son, they've got a fantastic strike to you, but I just don't see them being consistent enough. So I think the game Old Trafford will probably show us that united and spurs two very inconsistent heartbreak teams. It could go either way, but Tottenham is still there with a transport. I think arsenal have to be the favorites now. How would you make them consistency? Well, what's a question? The reason the reason is because of the players they have. The difference between the top sides and the also runs is that they also runs have got good players, but can't produce 8 out of ten every time you step on the field. That's what tons decent teams and great teams. Right. And to turn your team into one of the best teams right now, if you're supposed, you have to change the personnel because of that long enough under this manager and other managers to try and get to try and get some sort of consistency. I mean, a great example is a Gale at Ben Davis. Ben Davis against Manchester City was absolutely unbelievable. I'm thinking to myself, this guy is actually beginning to play at this position. And then the next day steps on the field, he's an absolute management. So this team I don't believe will be consistent. Until you change some of the personnel. Nothing to do with content then. There's nothing you can do because of the players that he's working with. I don't think so. We're talking about ever in defensively. No. I agree with Jules was saying that you looked at it and you thought, oh, don't like the work of this. But then you look at who's available. They've got nothing. Right. They've got nothing. You've got shimmers Corman who unfortunately can get around and so he ends up getting stuck between going forward and defending and ends up doing nothing. He got keen who's just not there. He is not a senator bike. And then you've got the left bike, who's not even a left part. So if you're trying to put square pegs in rows and it doesn't work, don't be surprised. But it doesn't have any other choice. Meanwhile, for Conte and spurs, Mark, is it going to be there next season? What is it dependent on factors? If he gets some money in the transfer window, if they finish in Europe, where do we go from here? I think those factors come into play. Let's be honest, what is Antonio Conte gonna get that is better than Tottenham, considering his track record recently. It does kind of set the walk out on jobs when he nobody could be sticking around for a bit longer. So I think Tottenham is a good job. It's a club with the ambition of the stadium, it's got money issues obviously that have to be addressed and Harry Kane might leave. But will he get a better job than Tottenham? I don't think you will. I mean, there aren't any jobs in England that are better than Tottenham. I don't think I get the money united job because he could have had that in November and they chose to go elsewhere. So it might have to be pragmatic and think, you know, this is a big club that can go places with the right management. It has to get into Daniel Levy's head and say, give me more control over player signings than previous modes have had. But I do think that if he sits down and thinks about it, managing Tottenham is not that bad a job at the end of the day. I think he might actually be able to stay where he is and trying to turn Tottenham into a team that can challenge properly for the top four again because they are they have been a bit hit and miss for the last two years but you know I think ultimately if you asked me now I think you'll stay. Meanwhile, let's focus in on relegation scrap, which Everton.
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"A red card early on. Do you know what? I could see why it would be given his red card, but the bigger thing for me is the fact the rest didn't even give a free kick. He actually just gave a throw in. You gave a throw into spurs. So, you know, we can have the video and the same while was it not? You want the people in the middle to be able to see and acknowledge the fact that something is a file anyway. So like I say, if we would have been a red card, I'd get it, but things do look worse in slow motion. But I think donati as soon as he went to the video check, was probably a very nervous boy. Frank, don't slam there any more Italians. Go on. No, no, no, no. I think for me it's not a red card. I think it doesn't do it on purpose. You know, it would have been sad would have been injured and get out good enough. Injured, I think the record would have been only deserved, but in that matter, I think it doesn't do it on purpose. The craziness of this law is when the rap doesn't say anything, and you look at the wall, you can not give him a yellow call. It's either a red card or it's nothing because you give nothing in a first call, which is absolutely stupid. Yeah, you look out should have been fair, a red card that I've been too much for me if kept on going. And it's what happened. Super slow super slow. You hate super slow saying. Super slow and more cameras are doing my freaking head and with some of these decisions these days. When I was working in the UK during the commentary and I used to hate it, particularly on penalties and particularly on pros and penalties and stuff like that because exacerbates the actual challenge itself. If you want to watch it multiple times, try and watch it multiple times at full speed. Because it gives you a better indication of what's going on. The slo-mo particularly there in the Dorothy challenge. I'll tell you at full speed dot just dangle the left leg and to try and play the ball. The ball was there at Phil speed to be poked away. He's trying to poker away. SARS got there just before him. And as a consequence of the challenge, his foot's gone on to Charles just about the ankle and it's rolled. And it looks nasty. And then when you're slowing it down and rocking it and rolling it and all that, it looks terrible. But it's not a red card. I don't think it's going to need a red carpet. It's an a consequent look. It's.
"spurs" Discussed on ESPN FC
"In a little bit and help after his two goals. At last I bought it worked all kid defensively to a certain extent for 45 minutes, but then when Chelsea took real control and got the gold, Tottenham weren't able to change it, so as an attacking threat, again, they were quite poor. And it's the Chelsea bones that I thought when was the initial Friday that they were going to get? Because it had been so bad recently. I felt they had to make a statement. And I kind of think this was it was much better at Zach's was much better again with a goal. Mount was looking more like his old self. And they just controlled the game. And I think that's another sorry, bash over the head for Antonio Conte to realize just how big a job this is going to be. Yes, they might get in the top four mate, but in terms of fighting for anything else, that's another bit of a lesson. Big statement from Chelsea today Adam. Yeah, certainly feels that way. But I think for some reason, when they go up against spurs, I guess they just lack the match up. I think in the two car about cup games on in his league game, it's never really felt that close. But then in a sort of a parallel to that, is the fact that spurs if they would have won their games in hand, they would be four points clear of Chelsea. So it does feel really strange and content was going on. I think it was a ten game on beat and running the Premier League. So it's really strange because I think you keep saying that the quality isn't there. They need better plays and stuff like this. But they're still in with a chance, but then as you say, you come up against a really good site like Chelsea and it seems so far off it. And I think that was shown today and it was a very, very fair result. And there are obviously one or two decisions we can talk about. But I think if that's all spurs funds can really sort of look back on from that game, then I think it shows how far off the post is really in comparison. What was the difference for Chelsea today, Frank? Well, I would say that maybe the two days of that allowed to the players make the difference even if I knew that credit doesn't like the fact that he's using that tiniest excuses it'll be too much. I think I found players more willing to go forward, not I would say not really the first half because I was mostly disappointed. But I think we have to go back to spurs. It's been the fourth game that Chelsea plays against first, the fourth game that they win. I told you and Conte said that after the second leg of the Caribou cap that he did not have the same squad saying that he didn't have the same individuals. And again, he's been showed shown today that they can compare the not in the same league. And I talked about that before that game that I think my sister city Liverpool and Jesse belong to another league. And he's very strange for me to see that if Tottenham wins all the games that they have in hand, they can go back to the same level as Chelsea where definitely and he's be sure four times that they don't belong to the same league. I think to go back to nedham's point done in terms of yeah, it's one lost in ten games and they have got those games in hand. But I think it's slightly papered over but I'm looking back here at most of the league games, leads the beat Brentford Norwich beat 11 pill that drew with west harmony beat her slightly on this slide a little bit Crystal Palace. So that in the drew and what for the beat. So they're all kind of teams that are expecting to get some. I would say kind of at least 8 and below. What you still it's not a given that you're going to go out and do it. But I think the important thing is when you do play these teams, if you're taught them, you're beaten them because generally when you're coming up against the better teams, it's more difficult that performance against Liverpool in London actually talks. It was very good and that drove. It was a slightly weakened leather pill team, but it was an encouraging performance. The games against Chelsea have not been encouraging. Right. That's what I would see. But they've managed to keep this one going to get this run going by beating the Brent for the Norwich the leads and the Watford's and teams like that. And that's propelled them to this position where because of COVID and other things, I've got these games in hand and they're very much still in the hunt. But that's I think kind of paper and over and papering over some huge problems in terms of quality that they have. Antonio Conte after the game said he was very shocked that the Harry Kane goal was chalked off because this is England made him..
"spurs" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Winning today. Let's just take a look at how things stand spurs. Three games in hand are over West Ham, yet they're just one point behind. They're two games in hand, by the way, on Manchester United who are just one point of spurs are some of course didn't play. They currently sit 6th on 35 points. The bookies have spurs as the favorites to finish fourth. Don. Oh my days. I think when you look at that, you try and figure out which one's the best team that's gonna finish in there. And they all offer something different. Arsenal, I think have got the best crop of young players. Tottenham have got the best manager. West arm have probably got the best team spirit and man united are full of galactic os. I've got no idea. I would lean towards the coast. It got done. Now when you stick the door, when you stick them all down on paper, it's not a bad team, is it? Probably talking about for a long time. They from. Come on, come on, you've got to hang out. You've got nothing. You've got green wood, you've got Rushford. You got Jaden sand show, the list goes on and on and on. I would lean, I would lean honestly, I would lean towards arsenal. I just don't see what I don't expect enough craft. I don't see spurs have enough craft. But I could be wrong. So after you've got your money's on, Stevie? Yeah, I think so. I'm going to go with Tottenham if Tottenham's number name. Not quite sure he's near him. He can get exactly gear. He can get exactly gear. The way that Conti's got a rocket up the rest of them. Then I can see I can see positive. I'm looking continue what they're doing. My chest, you need it, I've been horrible, and we're horrible again today. So I'm going to go with spouse. Who are you going for, Frank? I think I will go for spurs, but I will wait until the game deploy against Chelsea. They already lost in the Caribou cup. Against jealousy. I want to see I want to see how they react. And if they're able to win or draw against Chelsea, which I think is going to be going to finish third this season, maybe they can hope for something bigger. If they lose against Chelsea, in my real life, they're not a very, very good team. They're just a good team. So it can change the gear and their hopes for the future. But otherwise, I'm wish TV. Yeah. If they do, they have a good result against Chelsea. I see first. One hour somewhere you're going on. Well, I'm not going with Don's galactico. This is the first and last time. Look, I think you start my coming and it has been really good for men tonight. It was the first and last time that he'll be ever in the same conversation.
"spurs" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"Felt like he's another guy who just isn't a ball mover necessarily. Isn't a guy who gets stuff going for you. And that's why I look at him as part of that crunch time lineup. Would you be better off with grant shooting out there? Maybe some interesting activity. Whether or not Schroeder pushes the pay Schroeder, gets guys on a bench unit where you have nobody else who can score. Schroeder going 7 for 14, you know, and leading the bench and scoring and being an overall plus I'm talking about the team. I understand, but the whole team sucked in crunch time. So it's like Schroeder wasn't the problem. Schroeder is exactly what he's supposed to be in that second unit, which is, when all else fails, do the offense. Do the thing where you just go and you score and you shoot. And that's fine when he's not taking shots away from Tatum and brown. Late when you've got three ball stoppers, you know, and ISO players with Schroeder Tatum and brown, you're just asking for the offense to grind to a halt and it just to be, you know, past possessions. And you don't really have an off ball shooter in that spot either. And there's no shootings out of shooting. Tatum and brown connecting a little bit. Is there a way to get them from point a to point B into a good shot? That's definitely a solution that you look at there. The rub one I like. That's a good one. You know, just have the ball in his hands and good spots a little bit more down the stretch there. When the offense, I mean, we've been talking about that sense of Milwaukee, right? Like they can do things no matter who's out there. We've seen them do it. They just don't do it down the stretch, and that's why I look at, like, who do you lean on in that position? I asked L much earlier this season. But the fact that the ball handling responsibilities are so spread out on this team, it's like everybody can do it. But nobody takes control of it and really makes it their role. Like everybody just does a little bit of it and it's all just spread out until you really need it to be centralized on one guy weight. And nobody's in that position. The problem, because I think Tatum's starting to do it at a higher level now, like he's been doing it so much this year and doing it for so long. But in crunch time, he just transitions to that role where he's looking for the shot. That possession, I think you point out on Twitter, John, where he was just like zeroed in the whole time. He was going to be shooting. I think he kind of got deflected on the first try. Then the second try was just like a shot clock heave. That was just a brutal one. That was the worst of all. What is he doing taking the ball out to half court? And by the way, he's heal almost I hit the line. But ridiculous. It was ridiculous. And then two screeners come out almost at the same time. Robin smart both went to set a screen and he uses the rob screen and smarts like shit. I'm here now..
"spurs" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"Can't wrap my arms around how you know what you're supposed to do. You have the ability to do it, and you've done it. And yet, at some point, you say, NASCAR that. Not just you've done it, charade. You did it like a couple days ago. You have a 29 assist game where rob has ten and L has 7 and it's like, wow, 17 of the 29 assists came through the bigs. We run in these high action these actions with them coming, you know, and it's like, wow, that was pretty good. Forget it. You know, let's do something different. Give it a ten. I guess that's why when I hear him say that, it's just like, I can't put any stock in that until I see them do it for like doing it. Like, let me get into this. I don't know how to say this, like, or how to ask it or what how you even analyze it. But like, what do you think is going through Tatum's mind on a night like this where shot's not falling? He's not getting tons of touches, Jalen's shot is falling and he's over there and starts the game one for 6 one for 7. His mindset now becomes what? I'm gonna shoot it every time I get it. It's gonna be my turn soon. I need to change my game and affect it in a different way. What is his, what's his, you know, MO at that point. I wish at that point he just, look, I'm just going to get a mismatch and take that little son of a SOB on the block and score. Because this Antonio team had a number of guys that he was matching with at different times who were significantly smaller. And but the problem is you can only be effective like that when Alice out there. When I was making shots because rob is not going to take Proto out of the paint. He knows rob's not going to shoot. And Al is not making shots. So I get it. It's a little bit harder to do that, but I wish there would have been more effort to try to pound the spurs. Go Akron in the block. Do you have a problem with the Schroeder's smart combination down the stretch? Not a big problem because the alternative was smart and Josh Richardson and I don't think that would have been necessary better..
"spurs" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"To be one of the worst home court teams in the NBA this year. I know the stats to back that up. Based on based on talent, they have to be. Well, remember Jimmy, they were one of the last teams to win at home. This season. I think uninspiring performances at home. Which is crazy because they've got such a great crowd. You know, this isn't like this isn't like Miami with Sacramento where the crowds at home kind of suck. The selfish man. No, the fans, believe it or not, the fans are still coming out to watch this team. I don't know if the players care or what the deal is with them. But it doesn't seem to really phase them. One way or the other, if they're getting nobody has anything better to do right now. Yeah. Right. Well, yeah, that's true too. Yeah. Not a lot going on. It's the best show in town stuff. I mean, I'm sure everybody was screaming at their TV tonight as usual at the last final minute of the game. Just screaming, like, what are you doing? No, I'm waking up the neighbors. It's just one of those seasons, man. Sure I said, it's Groundhog Day. Every game. I almost dread coming on this show, so I'm like, what the hell am I going to say what the hell am I going to say differently? Because they're losing a lot of the way they're losing isn't similar fashion, right? It's just falling into old habits. You know, you guys have already talked about it. Falling into the isolation mode on offense. I thought the spurs were out hustling them a little bit. In this game, I'm not going to say the whole more than the other guys did. But they were getting involved. They were I thought this was pretty good. I thought jaylen Brown was very aggressive to start this game as he usually is. He's probably the best first quarter to play in the NBA. But I thought the spurs were a little bit more active after pop called that first time out. They had that nice little run that they went on and they were just like, was it a vessel? I mean, throwing it down there early in the game. These guys I'm a big fan of him. Yeah, he's a good player. What'd you hear, bob? John's gonna love this one. Jalen with a solution finally to some of the fourth quarter was a game mode. He said, let's play through the bags..
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"Stands, it is a place in the Champions League in which they sent. So you take a look at the race of fourth and the chance of them doing that robo, where do they stand in your opinion? I think also got a good chance. I think Manchester United will get better. They're going to be right up there. Tottenham with games in hand but that's not always easy when you got games in hand. The team that will go flying down the table be West Ham as they always used to say they come down with the decorations, but arsenal at the moment plans some good football. They've got three exciting players playing in behind the main striker. Urdu guard is doing well when he's playing in the number ten role there being better defensively and Arteta has just steady the ship somewhat. So I think they've got every chance of being in the top four because the other sides, I don't think going to be consistent enough. What percentage you give them, Robert? I'm going to give them 40% been in the top four. Wow. It's quite high. It is. Lots of Vegas in charge. Oh. Zero. Hi. I'm going to go with Roland this one. Yeah, 40%. Yeah. What are we doing? 40% for them, but then what about the likes of united, spurs? 40, 40, 20. 24, 43 united. Yeah, they're just at 40 40. What about western? Are you guys down with a decoration? It's not happening. I go lower. I think united have a slightly better chance than spurs, probably just about even. So.
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"There wasn't and I understand what Angela said about the second half. There were a couple of touches there from hazard, I thought, oh, there he is, but overall, over the 90 minutes, it was another bang average anonymous display from a man who let's not forget he's one of the most expensive signings in football history. Two or three years ago when he was playing for Chelsea when he was playing well for Belgium. He had that burst of pace. He could go past defenders at will. You know, either side, he could go past and he could play one twos around them. At the moment, he's not doing that. He didn't go past anybody with the ball. He passed it, okay? He passed it square he passed it into the front players, but he didn't actually make anything happen when he was running with the ball. In the second half he played as a second send a 40 a couple little one twos and a ball across the box, but overall he looked a player that was lacking that sharpness. He's also lacking a lot of confidence, and I can't see how he's going to improve at the moment because he's not going to get in the team as a number ten. And he certainly not going to play out on the right hand side and venezia's junior is playing brilliantly down the left hand side. It's a struggle for hazard at the moment. What's interesting is when you hear about people who have played with hazard Sid was telling us about Felipe Louis, and we've heard from others in fact, wasn't a particularly good trainer, was playing Super Mario just before kick off. But he had that natural gift. That natural talent could go on the pitch and do what he did, of course, as exceptional. Chelsea, is it just a simple fact that he doesn't have that anymore and therefore can't find those extra gears to get that back? Right. So at his best and robot was just talking about it in hazard was a nice elation player. A guy who was square you up, one V one situation, and he knew and everybody else knew that he was going to run past you. He was going to cut to the inside. He was going to cut to the outside. He could do whatever he wanted because he had dual in a one V one. He was unstoppable. Now, the new version of in hazard doesn't even look for a one V one situation. In fact, sort of runs away from it and tucks himself inside to look to combine to other people. Why? Why? Okay. And I was going to get there. No, no, I was just trying to have them together. I didn't need your head. Why? The reason is very simple. At this point, he doesn't trust himself to actually engage in one V one situation. Because he knows he can not run past people. He knows it. He feels it. He doesn't trust his body. The injuries and whatever else that now is playing games in his own head, and he recognizes, my goodness. What seemed to be easy in the past and what was natural to me in the past, now I have to work for it and I don't have it. The foundation that you need as a player as a professional to be fit enough to withstand whatever comes in a whole long season, he never did have that with that Madrid initially. He came out of shape, and he's been playing catch up since then. And it's been a long time and you think, well, by now, surely, we have but surely he now has this cars, not only of the injuries, but the mental scars of having been a failure. And he knows he's been a failure. We don't have to remind him of that. He knows he's been a failure. And those cars stay with you. He's done. Oh, yeah. At that level? Yes, sir. Yes, he is. Wow. Hi, I didn't if you're watching. You disagree. Meanwhile, we talked about controversial calls in the spurs Liverpool game. I tell you what. Casimir.
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"The fact that at one one, they should have had a penalty. And Harry Kane sent off as well. Just going into a little more depth as to why you're wrong. Well, you're talking about the hot talking about decisions. I'm talking about the flow of the game and in terms of the way that tactics were played out. And the way that the chances came about and Tottenham created lots of good chances. We saw the chances for song when he was one, but one against the goalkeeper. We saw dele Alli get through on a couple of occasions. We saw Harry Kane should have scored. Yes, Liverpool played well when they were going forward, but they were vulnerable defensively. And I think we're going to talk about refereeing decisions and should they be sent off. But what we should be talking about as well, it was a fantastic game between two sides. We played it very much their maximum to a certain degree. Yeah, that's fair. That's a fair point as much as we will dwell on the officials and the mistakes that they made. Overall, considering some of the droughts that we've seen Shaka over the last few months, this was fantastic. It was. And credit to spurs who themselves have not been at their best up until no and should a sight of them as did Harry Keane that we hadn't seen before the season. It was a really good game of football decisions apart. Between two good teams, that seem on the up. We've made a lot about spoons as I just mentioned with their slow start. They have games in hand. And all of a sudden, now the top four is within touching distance and you're seeing a side of them that suggests that they are going to make a run at it. Well, talk about a top four potential a little bit later on in the show, but let's talk about those decisions. Statements that have come out first from the PGM mo.
"spurs" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"Giving clark unfortunately even though we pull on the same miami hurricanes rope we all have our loyalties diversified here in this zoom. Chris you're obviously a neutral. You know premier league phantom even though your shirt is a very interesting shade of sky blue right now Yeah multiple shades of blue shirt. Yeah there are. Actually kevin clarke you are a tottenham fan and i'm sorry to hear that. So what is this season. Been for you. Because obviously josie marina. That's gotta be kinda weird. But i imagine when you're top of the table you're buying in and there was legitimate title chatter but are you so grizzled by now that you knew the bottom was gonna fall out at some point and you'd have results you had against brighton. I liked it. The josie second year thing happened but it lasted two months and her year within the second year. And i think that's really amazing. We're accelerating the process. Yeah i wasn't. As i know i didn't feel as the higher the higher was that weird when it happened. Only because the spurs needed something needed didn't spark after the paci era sort of petered out. I think joseph did an incredible job of ingratiating himself to the fan base. And i think he's done that. You guys know that from his shelves experience and coming back and all that stuff is he goes all in when he's in and so i thought within a month i thought this was going to work. I think that They needed someone to take talent to the next level. I don't think they could have started a new project with it with a manager. Who's gonna come in and okay. I want this vision. I think the idea was to take what they had. And and make a champions league calbert team champions league winning team. And i think that unfortunately maybe the talent was a bit overrated from a world class team point. Obviously we have a handful of world class players. But i don't. I don't think that the the viewpoint that they had when they were playing with marino was all that realistic. And i think that maybe a new project was called for And maybe we should have torn it down a little bit. Hurricane was one of those players that oh he's kinda sneaky young but he was talked about as someone that maybe the best days of his career were behind him and he made a necessary evolution this year. Any unlocked stitcher..
"spurs" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"It's the biggest game in all of sports. That's right it's first week chelsea versus spurs. I'm at eleven right now but also here in the united states being that we are. The official chelsea pod specifically geared towards the united states of america as a couple of yeehaw cowboys from the survey. It's also super bowl week and there's a pretty monsour match up there. So what are we going to do. We're going to blend world's that's right. American football english football. We're going to discuss the big match. Obviously chelsea tottenham at the front of all the barn minds and then some of our guests. Exactly what they think about. This sunday's big game between the chiefs and box and some pretty cool football related content from the likes of really caballero friend of the show and christian pulisic. Plus kevin court from the ringer and read ferguson from the buffalo bills. All that and more on this week's episode of chelsea mike.
"spurs" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast
"Not the bench the bench was fine tonight and I see I know people didn't like the Wesley Matthews 145 from 3, and that's that's fair. But overall the the bench did their job tonight. It was the starters who got lit up in this game and it was the opposite last game. So I understand being frustrated with it and that carrying over last game but starters were great. The bench was terrible tonight. The bench was solid. They were good. They did exactly what you need them to do. You've got what a few guys out here where I mean Wesley Matthews Plus A Caruso + 70 h t plus seven Markieff Morris plus two. That's that's all you need most nights. That is all you need to win games. But tonight the starters got lit up Anthony Davids -16 kuzma. -17 LeBron - 10 Gasol - 16 - 18 Dennis Schroder. That's that's where you lost the game. It wasn't the benches for tonight. I mean shoot if I could get to the postseason. We already expecting LeBron and AD to be going full board if we're getting + 17 + 5 is From the Bench it's a wrap. That's what that's what it comes down to this. It shows you the depth of this roster and if we're let's do this thing in Reverse cuz I'm more worried about what the bench is doing honestly about the Lakers because with the problem with the starter is is really Rim protection. And that's a one player away from being shown next. I'm not worried about them. I'm not worried about eighty LeBron. Trust me other teams are more worried about 80 and LeBron that we are about the same if the bench and Wesley Matthews if they're going out and logging plus 10 dog. Bench everyone else is in trouble and that's just the reality of the situation. So I'm I'm optimistic because I don't want it to be in Reverse. I don't want to sit here and go well maybe in Lebron are doing their thing, but at thirty-six years old, he's dominating but every time we throw Wesley Matthews and tht out on the floor they get you know, they're - 15 I would be more worried if that was happening. So I'm actually feeling good about that. Yeah. Yeah Faith the Lakers bench. This year is much improved and I think over the Long Haul we're going to see that in a short-term. You're going to have these kind of spikes this this up and down effect. But over the Long Haul that's going to go into even out a little but you know what I look at games like this. It reminds us of how close NBA games really are and how just a few little things can tilts a game in either Direction. I mean, look, let's say the Spurs had shot a more average percentage from 3. Okay, instead of shooting 46% Let's say that shuttle average percentage and we take two or three days off of their off their total. Let's say they have Shot 14 4:35 instead of 16th. T v so it takes six points off the board now. It's 1:12 to 1:09. And then let's say the Lakers had shot an average percentage from the free throw line started thirteen to Twenty-One. Let's say they shot fifteen sixteen and twenty one thing. You know, what you've got a tie game like that. That's it's a couple of little things. Yeah. That's that's basketball. Right? I mean the Lakers had seven more turnovers than the Spurs if they had held onto the ball a couple of times that changes the whole game and then that changes our home reaction to it as well..