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Fresh update on "steph" discussed on Bloomberg Law

Bloomberg Law

00:38 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "steph" discussed on Bloomberg Law

"I'm Brian shook. This is Bloomberg law with June Grasso from Bloomberg radio. I've been talking to Shane subpoena of subpoena LLP about the FTX litigation. At least three lawsuits have been filed since FTX is implosion, including one that seeks to represent, quote, thousands, if not millions of consumers nationwide. Tom Brady, Gisele Bündchen, Larry David, Steph Curry and Shaquille O'Neal, are among the defendants. The celebrities could be liable if the investors can prove they fail to disclose that they were being paid to promote the crypto exchange or had invested in the company or were Hawking unregistered securities. Depending lawsuits are in federal court in Miami in San Francisco. So Shane, let's say these are considered securities. Then what happens they should have been registered, the celebrity should have done what? Yeah, the security should have been registered with the state so that they could be reviewed and monitored and regulated for compliance of all types of different consumer protection laws. The reason I think from a legal perspective why they're bringing unregistered security actions rather than say outright fraud. Is with the fraud action, they would have to prove knowledge on the part of the celebrities as well as intent to defraud the consumers. And from all of the reporting that I've seen in red, it was Sam bankman fried and maybe only a few other people who had any intimate knowledge of what was actually going on at the company. So that would be a much harder hill to climb than just saying, these are actually securities. They in fact were not registered. And then when they were marketed, they were illegally marketed as unregistered securities. That's much easier. Well, so I think the idea behind the legal theory is that whether they were the celebrities themselves were intending them to market them as unregistered securities when they participated in the advertisements for FTX. If these yield bearing accounts were securities, number one, they weren't registered number two, and therefore any marketing that occurred was of an unregistered security, whether the celebrity knew that at the time or not. So the burden is on the celebrity before they do these kinds of commercials to investigate what their promoting? Yeah, to an extent. And look, I mean, it's unlikely that any of these cases will get before a jury. But if they did, that's the kind of argument they would make. Look, we had no idea. And even if we had done reasonable due diligence, we couldn't have figured this out even some of the smartest people in the most important executive agencies disagree on this question. Courts disagree on this question. How could you expect Steph Curry who in the advertisement itself was saying, I don't know anything about crypto. I trust somebody else about it to determine whether these are securities or not. But they may run up against the old adage that every lawyer learns in law school, which is that ignorance of the law is not a defense. Obviously, the celebrities had contracts and lawyers working on the contracts for them. Shouldn't the lawyers have done due diligence? I certainly think so. Yes. Not being privy to any of the negotiations that occurred between the celebrities and FBX, it would be fascinating to see what types of warranties, if any were put into these contracts and indemnification provisions to protect the celebrities against any types of lawsuits like these, it would be a fascinating document to read, assuming it exists. Now, of course, we don't even know if it does exist, given what we know about the poor record keeping at FDX. Why do you say that this is unlikely to get to a jury? I think there is so much uncertainty on both sides of the V for the plaintiffs and the defendants. And there's a lot of money at stake. And I think the celebrities realize that they're the only solvent parties here. And so I think it's highly likely that this is the type of case that will settle before going to trial. Like most cases do. There may not be any other solvent parties besides these celebrities, but if you're talking about what thousands of people in this class action, what can they settle for that will satisfy a class like this? I mean, they're not all worth billions of dollars. What's the settlement number? That's the potentially $1 billion question. I can't give a cogent answer on that. And I think that I'm sure that there are probably pretty intense discussions on this exact question going on between plaintiff's council in the various defense council in this case. It's anybody's guess what a number like that will look like. So now, does it matter the kind of commercial? I mean, we talked Larry David was actually saying, you know, I don't buy it. In a very funny commercial. And the Golden State Warriors are named. They unveiled the company's logo on the court at the team's arena. But then other celebrities promoted it more directly. So does it depend on the way they were promoted? I mean, it seems hard to believe that Larry David's even liable here. I think it does depend on how they were promoted, putting the name of a company up on something or saying, you know, they're the official sponsor of Golden State Warriors or whatever, that's not an exact quote or anything, but that's a far cry from somebody specifically saying, you know, they have these yield bearing accounts. These are great. You basically earn free money for nothing. Those kinds of statements are very different. And the thrust of your question, I think, is correct that there's going to be a much harder time showing that link between the yield during accounts if they are deemed to be securities. And commercial activity like naming something after FTX or doing a commercial where the celebrity like Larry David stays on. No, no thanks. I'll pass on that. But that said, I mean, those commercials were all about getting people to put money into the yield bearing account. It's not like FTX ran the Larry David commercial to scare people away from their company. They did it because they know that he's like the commercial that everybody loves to disagree with. Let's just say it goes to trial. Would they have to prove with the plaintiffs have to prove that they bought the security because of the commercials? I don't think they will have to show but for causation. The plaintiffs, it's always the plaintiff's burden to show that they were damaged and to show the causation for the damages. And so what you're probably looking at is something more like a reasonable person. What a reasonable person have been swayed by the representations or as the plaintiffs might allege. The misrepresentation made by the celebrities of these commercials to purchase the unregistered securities. I don't think that's going to be particularly hard. To show in the aggregate now on the individual for any of the

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Wiggins scores season-best 31 points, Warriors beat Clippers

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00:38 sec | 4 d ago

Wiggins scores season-best 31 points, Warriors beat Clippers

"Kawhi Leonard and Paul George were absent due to injuries and without them the warrior steamrolled the clippers beating LA one 24 one O 7. Andrew Wiggins made 6 threes and led Golden State with 31 points. Every game is going to be different. Steph's going to be stuff. Always. But tonight, the ball was moving to find a lot of people. And made some shots. Stefan curry added 22 points and Klay Thompson scored 15 of his 18 points in the first quarter. The clippers only scored 18 points in the second quarter and trailed by 29 points in the final period. In the loss, Marcus Moore senior with 19 points. Ryan leong, San Francisco

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Fresh update on "steph" discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

01:05 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "steph" discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"Anything left. Well, I think it's illustrated that you bring up Isaiah Thomas because I think what it's showing is with the way the league is headed, first of all, the point guard positions loaded. Secondly, if you're a score first player and you're undersized or you've had injury issues, you have to either be a really good at scoring or bring something else to the table because you will just you can not hide defensively in this league anymore. And to put the canvas, the Isaiah's of the world, once that scoring falls off a little bit, the calculus on that kind of player becomes a lot different. Can they have a bench roll maybe for the right team, yes? Can they be a truly meaningful contributor to a contender? I don't know anymore. Just how difficult that position is in this league and how I don't want to say literally one dimensional these guys are, but when scoring is kind of like your far and away best attribute, if that falls off, even a little bit, you're in a tough spot. The Mavs could definitely use the help. I don't know that it's Kemba, but we'll see. I want to mention, though, that after the bucks beat up on the Mavs, Luca, who's your guy said that Yanis is quote the best in the NBA. And I mentioned this because earlier you did a transition. Boom, I just did a transition. We're going to do the quarter mark awards. We're going to start with the MVP. I'll let you go first. Is Luca right is Giannis the best in the NBA and is he your quarter mark MVP? This is funny because we did this story, I think we did the first month awards or something. And I think I'd Luca is my pick just because of the you did. Counting stats were insane and listen, there are some really good candidates for this award. I don't think Luke is going to win the Mavs. This recent road swoon. I think it knocked him out of the first quarter awards. I think Giannis would be a great pick. We were having an argument in our group chat recently about why there's not more debate about the consensus best player in the NBA, and it's almost like Yanis read our text because he's gone off for like, I think 38, 37, 36, then a third or last night in the last four games he's been dominant. I think you can make an argument for Jayson Tatum. Who has been fantastic and the Celtics offense is disgusting, but I'm gonna pick none of those guys. Really? I'm gonna go with a little known player named Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors, a little bit of a sort of your list in the worries of one three in a row. All right, I think they're at ten and ten now. So not quite world readers, but I think curry is the argument I think for yoke for MVP last year over embiid, which I know you are one of those crazy embiid people. Yeah, wild to think that a guy who plays both ends of the floor. Well, this is the thing. This is the thing, and let me explain it to you, John, because they love to say embiid, he plays both ends of the floor. Is I think the two players in the league who make their teammates better more than any and it's not close. They're in their own stratosphere. It's nikole yo kitchen Stephen Curry, okay? And that was a separating factor for yo kitchen and bead last year. It's the way jokic can elevate a supporting cast. And I think that is what curry has done this year. I mean, what are the conversations been about this team? Pool doesn't look the same. Klay Thompson's having a completely up and down year. Andrew Wiggins has been fantastic, but what do you think changed Andrew Wiggins career? It's probably playing off of Stephen Curry. How many times have we said draymond looks different playing on any other team in the NBA? You know, it doesn't work unless he's playing with Steph Curry. Steph's curry averaging 31.4 points a game 7.1 assists 6.8 rebounds. Think about his stats during his unanimous MVP season. That year he was at 30 points 5.4 rebounds 6.7 assists. So he's having a better year than the year he was the unanimous MVP, you know, it's in a career high in scoring. That was two years ago, the 21 season. But the counting stats are there and for me, that's always been a huge factor in kind of what I think about MVP voting is, it's not just the counting stats. Do you make the guys around your team better? And I think pound for pound, Steph Curry, you can not replace him. You can more easily replace LeBron on the Lakers than you could replace Steph on the warriors. The way he just lifts the tide. It's remarkable and I think if Steph keeps this up and they keep winning and I think I expect them to. I think he's a great chance to win. They keep winning as the principal point because what? It's recently as two weeks ago. We were on this show talking about what's going on with the warriors where they were trying to take these two paths at the same time playing the young kids and developing them and winning, but lately they've been fantastic 7 and three over their last ten. You can't go wrong with stuff. I like that pick. For me, I'm not gonna go with staff. If I was actually doing this, if we were handing out an MVP award right now for real and I was voting, it would be either Jayson Tatum or Yanis on to compo. But we're not. This is just kind of like a fake, how do we feel about this quarter mark? So I'm going to go a different route. I'm going to read you some numbers here, all right? 51 point literally reading off of something. I'm looking at the numbers right now. 51.5% from the field. 92% from the line on 8.8 attempts. 31.1 points per game, 4.8 rebound 6.2 assists 1.7 steals and 1.3 blocks per game. Are you kidding me? He's been electric every single night. I know. Can I get a little love for my guy? SGA in OKC. I mean, look, I get that OKC is OKC and they're under the radar for a lot of people. He has been so dynamic. Forget about being a superstar down the line. He's one right now. He hit a crazy shot or he went to the free throw line, but he was going head to head against to Rosen in a bull's thunder game that came down to the wire the other night. And it's just him what I want to talk to keep with the roads and get some on the pump fake, go to the line for three. Lights out, man. He's been lights out. He's been lights out. Is there he appears elsewhere on my awards. Let me just tease it like that, but he's been fantastic. There's no question. I mean, the numbers you read are superstar. They're ridiculous. They're like cartoon numbers. And beyond that, you were mentioning how he took over the game the other night. Is there a guy in the NBA that you'd rather watch right now? I mean, I've made this point before. I'll make it one more time. Last year, that leap that we saw jaw make, where it was, you can't miss jaw plan. He's playing tonight, I'm watching. Same with SGA this year. There's nobody I'd rather watch in the NBA right now. Well, I'm not gonna go that far. I think that guy, frankly, is still driving. I have gone that far. I would like you to go that far with me. Not to be, I know I've been really NFL pilled on the podcast here because the dolphins are doing so. And congratulations, by the way. Although, just quickly, quick aside, who remind me who has the best record in the NFL, I forget. The birds are frauds, dude. The birds are frauds. They have beaten everybody in front of them except for one team. But it's like how people are like, is Patrick Mahomes who really the best quarterback? I'm not willing to take away the most entertaining title from John morant just yet. It was still making highlight plays at an incredible clip, but you're right. I think SGA has become the more important thing is there is SGAs become a must watch player. No matter what the thunder's record is, no matter who they are playing, you want to see what he's going to do on any given night. And that's

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Glenn Kirschner Sheds Some Light on Special Counsel Jack Smith

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:41 min | 6 d ago

Glenn Kirschner Sheds Some Light on Special Counsel Jack Smith

"So let's get to the big question. Because we've been flailing without you as you know. Ever since the appointment of Jack Smith, who apparently is not the guy in the matrix, he puts on sunglasses. I think he is. But no, it's a different guy. Different guy. Okay. But Glenn, I think it was Barbara mcquaid, I saw on TV first that said, you know, the Justice Department wouldn't be doing a special prosecutor if they weren't going to indict. If they were going to decline. So, you know, and then everyone from tally nostalgia was like, this is no Jill wine banks initially said this is a waste of time and money. And you and I have been obviously impatient for justice for a long time and my first thought is, why isn't an indictment? Why is it, you know, yet another step. But, you know, it takes me a second to calm down. But just a little. But I think we all have Mueller fatigue, right? We think, oh God, are we starting all over again, blah, blah, blah. And a lot of people have pointed out how Lawrence tribe and others that they think this will speed it up and not slow it down. Dying to get your take on it because I do get that it's different a bill Barr's not in charge, it's not Trump's Justice Department. He is not starting from scratch, but give us your whole overview on this. Yes, Steph, I wish we had an hour. There's so much to unpack. And we do have, we have superhero fatigue. We thought bob Mueller was going to come in and take Trump out. His report did take Trump out the problem is Congress and the Department of Justice didn't act on the crimes that bob Mueller documented in volume two of the Trump Russia report. We thought Merrick Garland was going to come in and do what was necessary. It turns out in hindsight, Merrick Garland turned out to be too much judge and not enough prosecutors. So I am not prepared to say Jack Smith is galloping in on the white horse and he's going to take care of all this. However, first thing I did was I talked to all my Friends and former colleagues who worked with or for Jack Smith. I don't know Jack personally, to a person, they can not speak highly enough of his determination to hold criminal politicians accountable. Without regard to politics or criticism or fear of failure, here's why I really like the appointment of Jack Smith. We can do an autopsy on whether Merrick Garland should have appointed a special counsel. There are good arguments on both sides, but I think the bottom at the bottom of it all wants Trump announced he was a candidate. Let's face it, Merrick Garland is Joe Biden's attorney general. So to have Joe Biden's attorney general going after Joe Biden's only announced political opponent in the 2024 election, I believe, left Merrick Garland, no other choice but to appoint a special counsel.

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Thompson nets 10 3s, has 41 points in Warriors' 1st road win

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Thompson nets 10 3s, has 41 points in Warriors' 1st road win

"The warriors have their first road win of the season after Klay Thompson and Steph Curry led a one 27 one 20 victory over the rockets Thompson had a season high 41 points going ten of 13 from three point range and 14 of 23 from the field When you hit ten threes I can can't say they're open and it's just something for me to build on You know I've been really wanting a game like this so it felt great to just let that thing fly and play with a three month curry added 7 trays and a 33 point night and had a season high 15 assists The warriors shot 51% from beyond the arc going 24 of 47 I'm Dave ferry

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports I'm David Shuster we begin in the NBA where Jayson Tatum scored a game high 34 points as Boston defeated Denver one 31 one 12 His night and day the way that we're playing the start of this season compared to the start of last season But whenever we made that change I just feel like we haven't looked back and for the most part we got the same group One or two new guys but they really know how to play the game In New York RJ Barrett scored 30 points for Tom thibodeau as the Knicks down Detroit one 21 one 12 The thing that was different about this game is we still didn't shoot the ball great But I thought we made a lot of plays on selfish place to help get high quality shots Elsewhere Oklahoma City had 8 players in double figure scoring running past Toronto by 19 Memphis had three players over 20 points beating Minnesota one 14 one O three and Golden State got 40 points from Steph Curry one O 6 one O one over Cleveland turning to hockey Washington defeated Tampa Bay as Craig heist reports Darcy Kemper made 28 saves and helped kill off a 5 minute power play in the second period as the capitals beat the lightning 5 to one Sonny Milano had two goals and an assist Anthony mantha Alexi protest and Connor sherry each lit the lamp Kemper missed out on the shutout when Nick permits scored in the third More importantly I think just as a group we came together with the urgency that we really wanted this win and you could see it in our play right from the start and it was nice to see everyone get rewarded College hoops the top 5 teams in the country all in action with number two Gonzaga squeaking out a one point victory at Michigan state Meanwhile number one North Carolina three Houston Ford Kentucky and 5 Baylor all were comfortable winners baseball news the Houston Astros fired their GM James click after he turned down their one year contract to offer and football buffalo quarterback Josh Allen he's questionable for Sunday's game against Minnesota with a sore elbow I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Trump Keeps Confessing to Crimes With Glenn Kirschner

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Trump Keeps Confessing to Crimes With Glenn Kirschner

"This is how we know God loves us and wants us to be happy is because Trump has committed more crimes since we booked you yesterday. So what is it? Yeah. Yeah, good morning, Steph, and how about we see some indictments for some of these guys? Yeah. Yeah. I think Joyce fans said the best part of social media is the confessions. With Trump always I mean, and again, I know he's a notorious liar, but I mean, what do you make? I don't know if it's part of him trying to burn Ron desantis and the Republican Party to the ground or, you know, but obviously that needs to be investigated, right? It does. And it needs to be invested in the Department of Justice actually has no choice because once they have been attacked and it's been alleged that DoJ was part of Trump's efforts to unlawfully interfere in the Florida election. Let me tell you, DoJ has absolutely no discretion. They have to look into it if only to debunk it. Right. So another good development, something else that needs to be investigated.

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The latest in sports news

AP News Radio

01:59 min | Last month

The latest in sports news

"AP sports I'm Tom Miriam The defending NBA champions played the team with the best regular season record in the NBA last season It turned out to be no contest as the Phoenix Suns routed the Golden State Warriors one 34 one O 5 AP's George Tanner has the details Devin Booker led the way with 34 points and 7 assists Mikhail bridges and jock one Dale each had 17 Andre 8 and 16 sons scored 13 unanswered points in the third quarter to improve their record to three and one Steph Curry led the warriors with 21 And they had a bit of an edge out of that moment that nearly capitalized off of it Elsewhere in the NBA the thunder won their first game of the year over the clippers one O 8 94 The wizards topped the pistons one 2099 The pelicans etched the Mavericks one 13 one 11 despite not having Zion Williamson and Brandon Ingram Trey Murphy stepped in and stepped up with 22 points Guys are willing to step up and we got a lot of guys on our team a lot of depth So you know it just shows that we're teams resilient like I said last year is carrying over into this year NHL the avalanche edge the rangers three to two in a shootout and a gold standard duel The abs Alexander georgiev made 44 saves plus three more in the shootout and his first game back at Madison Square Garden after 5 years in New York It doesn't get much better than type shoot out where And the building the building is awesome I brought a lot of good memories The rangers Igor's historic and stopped 42 shots plus two in the shootout Also on the ISO record setting night for Phil kessel The golden knights forward set a new mark by playing his 990th consecutive game and marked the occasion by scoring his 400th career goal in a four two Vegas win against San Jose The Devils bedeviled the red wings 62 as desperate brought scored two goals Other NHL winners the bruins kings flames crack and coyotes wild and black hawks Baseball the Miami Marlins hired skip Schumacher as their new skipper replacing Don Mattingly who managed the Marlins the past 7 seasons Tom Arian AP sports

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Suns push past Warriors for 134-105 win, Thompson ejected

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Suns push past Warriors for 134-105 win, Thompson ejected

"Devin Booker led the way with 34 points as the sun's defeated the warriors one 34 to one O 5 Booker says the key was scoring 13 unanswered points in the third quarter after clay Thompson was ejected with two technical files That's important for us We have an emotional team We have a competitive team talked about them and history speaking We've gotten those situations and kind of been sporadic and all over the place So to go together as a team bring it all in and just keep hoping And that's what we did Deandre netted 16 points and 14 rebounds as the sons improved with three and one Steph Curry led the warriors with 22 They fall to two and two Towards Phoenix

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Steph Curry Says Britney Griner Was 'Wrongfully Convicted'

The Officer Tatum Show

01:33 min | Last month

Steph Curry Says Britney Griner Was 'Wrongfully Convicted'

"I just don't understand why. Men are so weak these days. They just soft, man. They solve. I'm gonna get a stiff curry clip of him talking about Brittany griner. It's like, God just don't make me in like he used to. I don't know what. I don't know what didn't happen to me. They're so fake and soft and weak and weenie and wimpish and whatever you want to call it. They just whack, bro me and a whack. They don't have a spine. You are grown to me and told my Britney grind is wrongfully held up. She pled guilty fool, where you been in. She played guilty. Just say we want her home. You ain't got a lot on her. You ain't got she's wrongfully held in prison. You can say it's unfortunate, we want her back. Russia, can y'all make a concession for us? We really need her to be back home. Don't lie and say that the girl is being wrongfully held. Because what this does is it inspires the stupidity in the minds of other young people that are watching because somehow they think the big boogie bad Russia has just confiscated this Bigfoot woman and got her incarcerated for no reason. They just made it up. And young people don't realize that there's consequences for your actions. How about they tell them what Britney did. So they don't go do the same thing. But you know, you know, these people can't be, they can't be honest about nothing.

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Glenn Kirschner: Trump's Actions on Jan 6th Are Unforgivable

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:31 min | Last month

Glenn Kirschner: Trump's Actions on Jan 6th Are Unforgivable

"Steph, this was not negligence. This was not incompetence. This was an orchestration by Donald Trump. This came from the top down. He wanted to set the capital up to be taken. He wanted to set the people in the capitol up to be hurt, including Mike Pence. He made no secret about that. Maybe Mike Pence should be hanged. So what he did Steph and I've been saying this since not long after January 6th, he deprived the United States Capitol of the law enforcement resources it needed to defend against an attack. He launched. Think about it. There were only two law enforcement agencies there that day. The capitol police, which is the only federal law enforcement agency under the control of Congress rather than of the executive branch and the Metropolitan Police department, my partners in local crime fighting the city cops, right? Who was absent Marshall service, ATF, DEA, largely FBI, park police. The bureau of prisons, prisons, riot squad. Why do I cite that organization? They were deployed to BLM. They were the federal government knows how to deploy massive law enforcement resources and Donald Trump refused to do it because he wanted the capital to be taken. That's going to be part of this conspiracy, and that is unforgivable.

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Dana Goldberg: Trump Has Zero Impulse Control

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:22 min | Last month

Dana Goldberg: Trump Has Zero Impulse Control

"Is it a stroke if you're both sides of my neck hurt from reading that Trump statement? I'm not sure what's happening. I think I strained myself somehow. I think it both sides you're okay. You just need a massage. Okay, thank you. Steph just read the entire statement that Trump made in response to E Jean Carroll's. When he actually, oh my God, the best was George Conway's Twitter thread when he was like, let me get this straight. You were doing fine. And then you decided that you were going to say the statements again. Not as president of the United States that you're getting sued for in the first place. And now you're not protected anymore. It's glorious. It's absolute moron that has zero impulse control. And I'm here for it. I'm here for it. Yeah. Okay, so because I know we have bombshell fatigue, we're just like is this a thing that's gonna? I know. But his Glenn kirshner and others are saying this and George Conway, I believe, said, this is beyond a reasonable doubt now. The amount of evidence we have just in the espionage case, and this latest testimony and we now know who it is, he was a White House worker that then went to Mar-a-Lago that any obviously initially must have lied or tried to cover up and then we have surveillance footage and other witnesses saying that Trump ordered him to move the boxes after the subpoena. You only think it's good evidence because he's on tape. Okay.

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In Memory of Our Dear Friend Judy Tenuta

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:53 min | Last month

In Memory of Our Dear Friend Judy Tenuta

"The world and the Steph had community, huge, huge loss of the passing of Judy tenuta this week. And it just for all of us personally and you Travis tweeted picture you said 16 year old Travis could have I could have told him he was going to meet Judy tenuta and just all of our stories of a first time meeting her or seeing her perform. She was just she was so nice and so warm and like to her it wasn't a big deal. To me it was like a huge thing, but to her it was like, oh no, come here, take a picture. She was the first. There's so many stories like that. You have no idea for all fans where she grew up in Chicago and just how and she never said no to me. I mean, an appearance on the show or a happy hour or sexy liberal or sexy liberal virtual that she didn't say yes to. And I was saying the saddest thing for me is the big comedy girl party I had when COVID first started to pass with Lily Tomlin and Paul pounce on all these legends. I of course invited Judy and she said my doctor says I can't because she was battling cancer at that time and immune compromised obviously. I got an email from her every birthday. Wishing me a happy birthday. I mean, she didn't have to do that. But she was such a sweet, sweet person. Offstage. And just the body person on stage. Documented her battle with cancer, and I guess you know how that is for all of us who are all rooting for her and, oh, maybe she beat it this time. And she did those hilarious, I don't know if you saw on Instagram that, you know, she put her face and Bette Davis or all these Photoshop. And just kept doing that, I mean, right up till very recently. And even though, you know, we knew she was battling ovarian cancer. You just somehow ends up being a shock. And just a huge loss for us personally and for just the comedy world, she was really so many people sort of hero and like you were saying, just as kind and generous and sweet in person as she was just outrageous and funny.

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Glenn Kirschner: Charge Trump in Federal District Court in DC

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:16 min | Last month

Glenn Kirschner: Charge Trump in Federal District Court in DC

"Just wanted to get finally your take on in the piece that says the DoJ has the number of options short of carrying out another search warrant. One would be to file a motion in the ongoing court fight over the documents seeking either return of the documents or a statement under oath from Trump that he has returned all the documents one expert said the goal is to get Trump on the record because he has a history of saying things out of court that he won't go on the record for. I mean, we know he's lying. So what are your what would be your prescription for what the DoJ should do now? Enough for the half steps enough of the slow walking enough of the civil litigation if we bring charges if we indict him in federal district court in Washington, D.C., which is where this case is properly brought, that's where venue would be had all of this other stuff melts away. Enough with trying to get certifications that he's turned everything over because all that would be doing Steph is building the criminal case. The evidence that he continues to lie. We already have enough evidence to charge him a thousand times over. Let's move out all the civil litigation nonsense and judge cannon and the rest of it. And charge him in federal district court in D.C..

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You Have to Develop Your God Given Gifts Says Eric Thomas

The Ed Mylett Show

01:28 min | 2 months ago

You Have to Develop Your God Given Gifts Says Eric Thomas

"But I'm telling you whatever hand you have, you still got to play it. It don't play itself. No hand plays itself. You gotta play your hand. But here's the cool thing about the creator. He knew that we would all be in different circumstances, and so what he did was he said, I'm going to give you a gift. And your gift will make room for you. Now y'all have to understand something. When you see me now, you go, oh, he's speaking here, E on this podcast. Oh, I can't believe it. It is the exact same gift I had when I was 16 years old. And it's the exact same gift I had at 8. I've had to develop the gift, but I God didn't get me the gift when I got baptized. I didn't get the gift when I came to my senses. I had to, I had to get from the time I was born. I didn't activate the gift from the time I was born. I didn't use the gift. So homelessness put me in a situation where it's like, your brother, you had to figure it out, and I'll never forget, they let me speak at church and I spoke and I it felt magical. If I never felt like, it must be how LeBron felt when he first got a basketball in his hand. Must be how Steph Curry feel when he come out on the court and the light. It must be how Jalen Ramsey feels when you know when the light the night lights in LA and he checking somebody one on one. This is how Tom Brady must feel this way. I felt the same way as 16 and I told myself ET, whatever you do, don't stop doing that. You find every opportunity to speak.

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The Trump Bombshells Keep Dropping With Glenn Kirschner

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:31 min | 3 months ago

The Trump Bombshells Keep Dropping With Glenn Kirschner

"Let me just talk to you about this latest reporting this morning. National security experts are also shocked that signals intelligence was recovered, so it's not even just the nuclear stuff, former senior intelligence officials said during the Trump administration highly classified intelligence about sensitive topics, including about intelligence gathering in Iran, was routinely mishandled one former official said the most highly classified information often ended up in the hands of personnel who didn't appear to have the need to possess it weren't authorized to read it. Former official also said signals intelligence intercepted electronic communications like emails and phone calls of foreign leaders was among the type of information that often ended up with unauthorized personnel, such intercepts were among the most closely guarded secrets because of what they can reveal about how the U.S. has penetrated foreign governments. One person with familiar with the inventory of the 15 boxes taken from Mar-a-Lago indicated signals intelligence material was in them. I mean, Michael Hayden just tweeted Jesus Christ. That's what intelligence professionals are saying. They said Bill crystal said people ask why would Trump keep documents plenty of possible reasons EG this is pure speculation. Signals Intel on MBS and Jamal Khashoggi or on Saudi nukes are the kind of docs you'd want in case you had to remind the Saudis to keep the money coming, one historian said if it was you or I and not Trump or were in possession of top secret documents about nuclear weapons or signals Intel will you and I would be handcuffs in a very bright room with glam rock playing in our ears yet he plays the victim. Again, every time you think we're at the end of a bombshell, right? And I didn't even know what signals intelligence was until this morning, but that's another layer, right? It is. And you know what this proves Steph, it proves the folly of having a policy that says you can't indict a sitting criminal president because people knew he was misusing mishandling classified documents all day every day. That closes the danger to our national security and by all accounts we did nothing about it. Why? Because a sitting president gets to commit as many crimes as he wants while in the Oval Office with impunity. That's insanity. That's banana republic approach to government. And this highlights the danger of that, which is now come home to roost. I hope we learn this lesson based on this episode.

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"This Is As Dangerous As Trump Gets" Says Glenn Kirschner

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:15 min | 3 months ago

"This Is As Dangerous As Trump Gets" Says Glenn Kirschner

"It feels like accountability is trending stuff. You know, this is a big step on the road to justice. And it's shocking, even though we've known for a long time, Trump is a lifelong abject criminal. You know, the fact that he stole materials from The White House brought them down to Mar-a-Lago. They clawed back 15 boxes. I'm sure Trump and his people over and over again assured law enforcement authorities in the national archives. We gave you everything and then we learned that they were subpoenaing things and Trump and company were refusing to give them up. They subpoenaed surveillance tapes to see who might be accessing what we now suspect. Might be documents pertaining to nuclear weapons systems. And still, they couldn't get them back so they finally go in and execute a search warrant. We can talk about what goes into getting a federal search warrant. I've done it hundreds of times. It ain't easy in normal circumstances. And I'll tell you, Steph, the only thing that's left is indictments, criminal charges because, you know, this is as dangerous as Trump gets. I didn't think he could up the ante on the trees in front, but he just has.

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Glenn Kirschner Breaks Down the Data on Trump's Impending Indictment

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:49 min | 4 months ago

Glenn Kirschner Breaks Down the Data on Trump's Impending Indictment

"Obviously the hubris in this reporting, the Trump is, oh, I'm not concerned witch hunt. It'll be fine. But I mean, this is obviously we know from the two pat subpoenas this week that this has reached into the Oval Office, and obviously there is reporting that Trump's attorneys are counseling him that he may be indicted. So what do you take from all of this? From the latest recording. Three, really important data points, staff one. We saw the Rolling Stone reporting that Donald Trump's legal team is preparing for him to be indicted and this is what I love. This is why Donald Trump's legal team is like the worst legal team imaginable. Except for Alex Jones. Yeah, the good point. They're saying, we are preparing a defense that will be putting it on quote the fall guys. What did we see a couple of days later in last night's CNN reporting? Donald Trump has been counseled to cut off all contact with and not talk to Mark Meadows. The only reasonable inference we can draw from that is Meadows is flipping, right? Maybe he has flipped, maybe he hasn't flipped. That's what you counsel somebody when it comes to, you know, one of your buddies who is now cooperating with the feds do not talk to him anymore. And then the third data point is the pat cipollone subpoena to the grand jury and Steph all testimony is not created equal. Because the J 6 testimony that pat cipollone gave, we all saw it. Some of it on videotape, he wouldn't answer the big questions. He wouldn't talk about what Donald Trump said or did. He wouldn't talk about Trump's crimes. He gets away with that in the January 6th committee because they don't have a way to compel him. They can't test that privilege once he asserts it. When we get witnesses in the grand jury, we can test that privilege. We can overcome it in real time because when pat cipollone and the grand jury says executive privilege, I've done this a hundred times, not with executive privilege, but with attorney client privilege. Fifth Amendment privilege against self incrimination, spousal privilege. Doctor patient privilege, et cetera we walk over to chief judge barrel howells, chambers, the chief judge of the D.C. federal district court who has supervisory authority over the grand jury, and we litigate it in real time, and she rules, I predict, Joe Biden has an invoked the privilege, so you lose because Donald Trump doesn't get to invoke it. And there's a crime fraud exception. So belt and suspenders, you lose twice. Now, pat cipollone, go back in there and testify

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The Deleted Secret Service Texts Don't Sit Well With Glenn Kirschner

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:55 min | 4 months ago

The Deleted Secret Service Texts Don't Sit Well With Glenn Kirschner

"Let's talk specifically a couple things. Obviously, Secret Service, you, I think you were quoting someone else, but you just said, so now they can't retrieve their own deleted information. I'm not buying it. You said the USS S is the premier law enforcement organization when it comes to investigating cybercrimes so they're missing deleted texts from January 6th. Seems inconceivable. Also the fact that they've lawyered up with outside lawyers, that's really fishy, isn't it? Yeah, first of all, I embrace everybody's Sixth Amendment right to counsel. I really do, even if you're a member of a law enforcement organization. But there is an incongruity when you're a member of a law enforcement organization and you're afraid of the questions to come about your conduct. So you lawyer up. That is not a good look. But here's the thing, Steph, I worked cases with the Secret Service as a prosecutor. I worked the case where a senator had his cell phone stolen, and we had to track him using technology. Him being the thief through the city until we found him arrested him. I tried him, convicted him, and he went to prison. And the U.S. Secret Service is the premier law enforcement agency that conducts forensic searches of computers and cell phones to retrieve deleted data. I didn't go to the FBI lab at Quantico for those kind of forensic services, even though I went to the FBI lab for lots of my forensic work. We went to the Secret Service forensic sciences division when we had cell phones and information had been deleted and we needed to have it forensically retrieved. You're telling me that agency just mistakenly got rid of all of their text messages after there was a request that they preserve and produced them. I don't buy it. The FBI should open a criminal probe. And if the U.S. Secret Service did nothing wrong, they should welcome that criminal probe.

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Glenn Kirschner Feels a Trump Indictment Is Overdue

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:59 min | 4 months ago

Glenn Kirschner Feels a Trump Indictment Is Overdue

"Glen, you just tweeted when the J 6 committee revelations about Donald Trump's crimes. It's time for the DoJ to indict Trump and his co-conspirators. I was saying at the top of the show being out with chairman Schiff last night, we were saying that I understand he Liz Cheney, Elaine Laurie, others, putting public pressure on DoJ. I think that's fine. And I know you're of the impatient crew like I am, but I'm just curious, you know, because other people point to, you know, whether it's the eastman, the Clark raids, as you just said, the Bannon indictment to say that the Justice Department is working. Where do you come down on this in terms of, I mean, are you saying when you say now you really feel like Trump should be being indicted now? Yeah, I think a Trump indictment is long overdue. I try to exercise patients because I appreciate you need to build the strongest case possible against a former president and his co-conspirators. But you know, I just did a piece for MSNBC daily and I said, look, at some point, it's great that you're involved in covert investigations, grand jury investigations, which are secret by law. You're doing things behind closed doors, but Steph, there comes a time when we have to see overt public law enforcement action, like when we have witness tampering, those people need to be arrested promptly and publicly one to neutralize that threat and to send the message of deterrence to others. The problem is, no one on team Trump is being deterred. Why? Because there's no overt public law enforcement action. That I fault the Department of Justice war. They need to start doing that now. I don't care if we don't see a Trump conspiracy indictment tomorrow. We need to see some of these people who are tampering with witnesses and destroying evidence. We need to see them arrested now, and then you build on that.

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"steph" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

05:58 min | 6 months ago

"steph" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"There's always two on him to at least two sets of eyes on him. And to your to your point, he can't drive into the crowd driving to the help, and then try to make a pass, try to draw the foul, turn it over, live ball. That's when he's at his worst. And I thought he's been overall a pretty good decision maker against the second best defense in the NBA. One of the smartest defenses in the NBA that is executing their game plan to stop him as well as they have. So the shooting, it really isn't. He's also making 45% of his threes. Yeah. It's just the two point stuff, really. But the tough shots. There's three so generally been pretty open shots, which comes from them moving the ball, which gets back to what we were saying before about the idea of if you don't have it, or if you don't have a great look and there's enough time in the clock move the ball. You might get it back anyway. Yeah, he's also evolves relocating off the ball. He's not Steph Curry, but he's also not Trae Young. Relocates when he gives it up and he just really improved that area of his game. So I think the Celtics would love an offensive explosion from Jayson Tatum in game 5 and game 6. And if it goes 7, they'd love for him to do what he did in game 6 of the second round. Absolutely. But you'll take the patience, the good decisions, the trust and the teammates. I think that that's what makes you a superstar. Knowing where everybody else is on the floor, elevating everybody else. And in their wins, he's done a really good job of that. So that's why I pick Tatum to be the, I guess I don't even know what the question was like, final second best Finals MVP likely did. I mean, on some level, we've reached a point now where it's like if Boston wins the series who wins MVP. It's not so much like the second choice. It's more we know who's going to win it if Golden State wins. The interesting question, I think, sort of becomes in without trying to be too cute. And I know Howard wrote the story kind of looking back at the 2016 finals and the question. It's not cute. It's not cute. I mean, at this point, Steph has had the most points in every game so far. And we can very clearly look at everything that he's impacting even when he's not the one that takes the shot. Steph could realistically win Finals MVP as particularly if the series goes 7 in Golden State loses, I think it's a very fair question. Tatum has scored enough, but he hasn't done it the most efficiently. On his team, he's averaging the same amount of points as Brown. So Brown could win it. And if the efficiency is a problem for some voters, Brown could win it. But Steph has played the best clearly of anybody on either team. And it's not even really that close..

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"steph" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

04:34 min | 6 months ago

"steph" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"Agree with game plan? Do you agree with emea docas confidence in his game plan? It is clear he is, he is not going to change it. For the record, I just want to say on the record, I 100% agree with what he's doing. I understand it fully. I don't think it's controversial. Because of everything I just said about how they're taking everything else away and not letting the warriors be the warriors and the warriors offense is not, you know, it's very good with stuff on the floor overall. It's not very, it's not that great, to be honest, their offensive rating is like one ten, I think, in the series. What do you think about the coverages that they're deploying and curry should they switch more? Should they blitz? I hate asking that question. I just think it's so stupid, but should they blitz? Should they continue to drop as much as they are? What do you make of how they're trying to contain this guy who's so far been uncontainable? So I am of the opinion that for me, the thing that actually scared me most about the way they were defending was when Steph said, okay, now you guys are coming up all the way and I'm just going to dribble around you or shake you and get into inside the arc and I'm comfortable enough with the mid range. At that point, I would rather entice him into shooting threes, maybe not taking away all his airspace, but most of it. I think the problem was for the first few games, particularly that was like the thing we were seeing in the first and the third quarters. They would do so well in the second quarter of the Celtics, and then it was like they would almost forget, you still have to come up kind of high to stop the guy from shooting. And so he would just go bonkers in the third, which is part of what we've seen throughout the series. You want him to feel like he can pull up, but not just go directly around you. And so that to me, maybe I don't know, maybe there's something to be said for like let him have the two don't give him the three. I didn't like him getting so comfortable from inside the arc. He also is a pretty decent finisher in the series too..

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"steph" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

02:59 min | 6 months ago

"steph" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"And the way he's being guarded is kind of reflecting that reality. Just like even when he's like, he hit this floater over from the right elbow in the fourth quarter. It was just like, it's one of the hardest shots in the game. And he made it look so easy. So I think it was the best and I was so lucky enough to sit there and watch it in person. And to see his emotion also was very telling from the jump. When the first, when the first, I think it was the first TV timeout heading into it, he hit this just ridiculous pull up three over Al Horford. Actually, it was over jaylen Brown, but they had Al Horford in the coverage. And I was like, hits this shot. It's like probably 32 footer. And then just walks towards the Celtics crowd and starts barking at them. And from where I was sitting, it felt like he was kind of barking at not us too, but he was in the general vicinity, and I was getting intimidated, and I'm not even playing in the basketball game. And he's just he's terrifying. Which kind of brings me to my next question. Chris, where do you rank Steph Curry on the list of just the greatest players you've seen live in your lifetime? That could be on TV that could be in person, but you've been on this earth. Where does he rank in terms of, I mean, historically, as a totally different conversation and we're going to probably revisit that, I would say, in the off season, maybe in the next week or so, yeah. Probably. But just since you've all the players you've been able to see and witness, just where does he rank and I know it's really, it's hard to not stay in the moment with a game like this and I probably am a victim of it. But for you, what's the answer to that question? Yeah. Well, thank you for clarifying the question a little bit because my first thing on my list here was like ask Michael when does my lifetime start? Which feels like more question for my mom and dad. Or just my birth certificate. But if you're saying as a cognizant watcher of the game and of the sport, which for me, even though I'm from Chicago and I'm 35, like Michael Jordan was really the very beginning of that, but I didn't even catch the majority of his careers like someone that could absorb what he was doing. I think both of us might have been a little bit too young to have done that. So still assuming that people are not pulling my leg, I saw how dominant he was when I watched him and that was the last two years of his time with the bulls really..

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"steph" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

04:11 min | 6 months ago

"steph" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"Enjoy my spontaneous? No, because I don't like feeling unprepared. I hate it, actually. One 35, I'm gonna go slightly high, but it's probably too low. One 43.8. One 35 would be a record, but like 17 or 18 points. And it's too low. That's insane. And Boston's offensive rating in the fourth quarter was 86.4. And after the game and during the practice day, email docu said and we'll talk about Steph throughout the episode I'm sure. But email docu said that and reiterated when asked about the defensive coverage on curry that if Boston executed offensively, they would have won the game and the series would be at least three one, I think was what he said quote so the one play that I had so funny that you bring up all of the up to touch pick and roll coverage is that the Celtics add on step when he hit just insane shot after insane shot. Really difficult stuff. He got loose a couple of times. Off the ball, but it was mostly those pull ups, which he's shooting 50 for 40 on pull up threes in this series. Which is like, I think we talked about it in our last episode. It was like, it's basically just if Steph can hit insane shots, Golden State has a chance. And he comes out and it's just one insane Judd after the next in game four. I had a really, I was at the game. I had a really interesting angle for a bunch of steps, threes, particularly the ones on the first half. And there was one when the warriors were shooting on the side where the media sits. And there was one shot where Derek white trailed over the screen and he had like the best rear contest you can possibly have on a shooter without fouling. His hand must have grazed.

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"steph" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

04:34 min | 6 months ago

"steph" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"Chris herring because Rohan not greet lost track of time binging love island and will sadly have to hop on later this week instead. Chris, how are you doing today, my friend? Good. Excited to start a new week and excited to have game 5 with us pretty soon. No reaction to Rohan just really not taking care of his responsibilities with the reality television binge that I referenced at the top, Chris. Hey man, Rohan watching reality TV and getting into my Monday, meaning that I got to record on Monday means that I get my Friday, so we're all good. For your boy. Potentially. On today's show, you and I will be analyzing the finals, of course, we'll take a look back to game four. We will look ahead to tonight's game 5, a pivotal game, the most important basketball game of the entire season. But first, a quick reminder to please keep your emails coming, open floor mail at Gmail dot com that's open floor mail at Gmail dot com. Okay, so Chris, let's jump in from the start with a quick conversation about game four. The Golden State Warriors won that contest one O 7 to 97 inside Boston garden. Steph Curry was amazing. We are going to talk a lot about Steph Curry today. Boston's offense was very bad in that game, particularly down the stretch in the fourth quarter. Very stagnant offense. Just big picture of you, what was your reaction watching that game? And is there a play or sequence that kind of stands out to you three days later? There are obviously so many important possessions. Do any one or two kind of stick in your brain when you think about those 48 minutes? I went back and watched the game a second time this morning and really I don't think there was one play. There's maybe one play that I thought was interesting that I doubt a lot of people even remember where Steph grabs an offensive rebound. I think in between was it smart and Tatum at one point and then just kind of went back up with it, which I was like, how often do you see that? Where Steph is grabbing ten rebounds. Getting put. Super impressive, just like you can't let him hurt you of all people. Off a putback with everything else he's doing. And so just a lapse for the Celtics and just a really heads up play and him being in the right place at the right time. But really, I thought, aside from that, which was just kind of weird to watch and impressive to see. I just kept thinking about that. It was like the same iteration of the same play every time. There wasn't really one. I mean, you had the crazy one where Steph wanted the four point play where Tatum, mumps into him, you had another one.

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"steph" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:06 min | 6 months ago

"steph" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Consideration about Steph's history, Steph's greatness, that will only continue after a game like this. The Finals MVP talk is only going to intensify from here. Maybe even if the Celtics win, at the step has been so far in a way the best player in this series. I'm open to the argument he should win even if they lose the theories. This is an incredible moment for him. I think we're going to keep spiraling that theme for the next week or so. Yeah, it feels like, because now we have three more days until game 5 in this feels like the Steph referendum of which is so funny for the people who were there the whole time. Like me. Where is it? Wait a second. Steph Curry is one of the most unbelievable parts of ever seen. He did, this is the last thing he needed, though, assuming, you know, let's say they win the best two of the next three, they win the title. This was the last piece for him. He already did a great career. They already won the MVP, but he didn't have that signature Hakeem in 94, 95. Bird in 86, where you're just like so clearly the dominant guy in a playoff run. It's the last thing for him. Now it's sitting there for him. And the thing about him and rob, you're in the bay and you've obviously spent some time around the team. I do think he thinks about this stuff and I do think he's aware of it. I think some of these guys are either blissfully unaware, completely unaware. But I think Steph's like a student of the game. I think he came into the game as a real basketball fan. He grew up as the son of a player. I think he gets it. And you know, I'm not saying that's propelling him to do heights. But I think he understands what this means. There's always that little asterisk of the KD, the two titles, or in 2015, the only reason you won is because this happened and they blew game 7 at home in 16, this kind of needs this one, right? This is like the Will Smith king Richard Oscar without the violence. Well, I needed a laugh on that one. I made a king Richard joke. I feel like you're laughing about it.

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"steph" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

03:24 min | 6 months ago

"steph" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Be there in person. Wardell, Stefan curry, the second. You have sunshine. But you saw it obviously from afar, David, what did it mean to him? Do you think to sort of close that particular loop in his life? Yeah, I mean, we talked about it previously. I mean, that was incredibly important. I mean, I was like probably as proud of him for doing that as anything, you know, he's done. And also, you know, Davison has this sort of archaic rule that they won't retire your Jersey if you didn't graduate. So now they get to retire his Jersey. Davidson, no subway sandwiches. And no jerseys in the rafters if you don't hold the diploma. Yeah, he had to have he had to graduate. And by the way, the city of Davidson now since Steph Curry has graduated is a metropolitan little town with like a Harris teeter and all of these stores and they've totally embraced all of this. He's transformed the entire city into like this whole thing where subways are now allowed to be there if they want to be there. You know, I was watching David. This is how I sort of got the idea at the end here to sort of even talk to you about step because I knew you guys knew each other, but I watched Steph Curry. Truly not forget where he came from when I saw him walk into a game in the Western Conference Finals. Carrying, I think something that you must have been pretty thrilled to notice. Yeah, so he was carrying my book the movement made us that came out may 10th. Go out and buy it so you can be like Steph Curry. You know, he has this book club thing that he does, not texting him, sort of jokingly, like, you know, don't forget me in the book. And he was like, no, I'm not like, this isn't a joke. And, you know, I was like, well, I'm gonna send you send you a book, and of course he knew about it before I told him about everything 'cause he, you know, that's just what he does. And didn't tell me he was going to do it. I didn't ask him to do it. And before game one of the Western Conference Finals as part of his walk up, he carries the book into the game, but like facing out. So you can see what he has, and that's just like the stuff. I mean, it's the same guy who comes to your dorm room after the UNC game. And to help you feel your CDs. That's just what he does. You know, and that's like basketball, no basketball. You just one of the greatest guys that you'll ever know and I'm sure and I want to play with him. I want to play with him in the war. He's like, I want to go a team up with him. I understand what LeBron is saying. Like, you know, that's just the type of stuff that he does, and sticks his neck out for you. And, you know, that's Stephen Curry. So what you're saying is that Stephen Curry now on track to be like one of the two greatest point guards in NBA history in the middle of his playoff rod is still helping David Dennis junior, the Jay-Z of Davidson college. He still helping him move units. Absolutely. David, thank you for doing this, man. It was a joy. Oh, thanks for having me, man. This is great. I'm Pablo Torre. This has been ESPN daily. I'll talk to you tomorrow..

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"steph" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

05:31 min | 6 months ago

"steph" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"All right, so those beer Pong games, which I would pay money for film of, by the way. Those beer Pong games aside. We are now in 2009, David. And Stephen Curry can drink legally. He has been drafted 7th overall by Golden State. And to just recap your top end projection for him here. It's maybe an All-Star Game or two. So what was it like for you as his friend to be in touch with staff as he went on to make both you and the rest of the NBA feel pretty stupid about your predictions? I lived in New Orleans at the time, so when you came into the league, I was living in New Orleans and so I don't think he knew anybody else in New Orleans. So it was easy for me to see him after games and things like that and catch him before they hit the bus and people weren't asking for his autograph really. I would just see him. We'd hang out. We talk, and we never talk basketball. We were just talk whatever. I think it was good to see somebody who knew him sort of before. I think what is interesting about him is that he was a regular guy later than most of the stars were, like, LeBron James stopped being a regular dude when he was like 11. You know, like Kevin Durant didn't have any tattoos that said like chosen one or anything. I don't think so. I haven't done a full body scheme and I'm pretty sure he doesn't have that. You know, like Kevin Durant was a superstar when he was like 9. People talk about, well, the NCAA run, then it comes to the league and takes over the league. That's not what happened. 2013, I saw him a couple of weeks before all star weekend. There was a pelicans game, a song. And I think the warriors were creeping into the playoff run. They were like right in the mix of getting into the playoffs, and I was like, well, you know, I'll see you at the All-Star Game. I was going there to cover it. And I was like, I'll catch you there. You're getting in the All-Star Game, that was your first All-Star Game that's exactly how many I thought he was going to get into, so I was like, we've ticked off this career milestone, and he doesn't make the All-Star Game that year. You know, actually, David Lee of the warriors makes the all star team over Stephen Curry. So he doesn't make it. And so I see him in Houston, and we walk to the game together from the, I guess, the player hotel, and we walk to the game, and maybe two people stop him for an autograph. Like it was a low key, non All-Star Game appearance, all star weekend for Stephon curry. Yeah, and now incidentally, he can't even walk around Asia. Let alone America without getting mobbed. But that's what it was like in 2013. That's when that all star snub you're describing was, and it's over the next couple seasons as Steph Curry stays healthy. And he remakes his body in order to get his ankle problems, which had been plaguing him his injuries, plaguing him for so long, he gets those under control. And everything just clicks because it is not simply David that the warriors start winning. It is that there is nobody else in Steph Curry's entire generation. And I would argue any generation who becomes as influential in terms of actual style of play on every level of basketball, right? For better and for worse, because no one had ever played the game like Steph played it. No one had ever shot three pointers from wherever, whenever, however, they wanted to. And by 2015, Steph wins his first of two straight MVPs. He wins his first of three titles, all of them coming against LeBron, and you are feeling what, exactly, as your friend is proceeding to take over the planet. I mean, it was incredible. I mean, you're watching this guy change the face of basketball. They do have a timeout. Decide not to use it, curry. Way downtown..

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"steph" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

02:54 min | 6 months ago

"steph" Discussed on ESPN Daily

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"steph" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

06:57 min | 6 months ago

"steph" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Was like, we got Dale curry son, instead of Michael Jordan stuff. Sucks. So immediately, immediately, you are underwhelmed not every possible level. Right. Because well, David, paint the picture for people who don't remember or never got to see what Steph looked like at that time because when you say a child genius, like you're not really exaggerating. He did not look like a college kid. And his Jersey was baggy, was hanging off of him. And you know, he had the baby face thing as like sort of popular now, but then he really looked like a kid. And you know, there were no high expectations for Davidson basketball. Like we would get into the tournament and then lose in the first round and it'd be sort of cool. I used to be able to just walk up to the games. You know, like, I would just be like, oh, there's a game going, just walk up and sit shorter in the front. And watch. Steph Curry in this empty jip. Yeah, like I would just go and be like, oh, there's a game going and we'd watch, and you know, traditionally before it would be like, you know, good Chris ball movement, back screens, jumpers, that was the game, right? And so this kid comes in at the red white game, you know, a little pre season scrimmage thing to sort of get the season started. And he drops 25 points in the first half. What is going on? What is happening shooting from all over the court? And again, still the smallest kid out there, and they would, you know, I remember when you would play the Waffen or whoever at Davidson and everybody would just chant he's a freshman. And then, you know, they put like a big wing on him and you'd be like, what can this kid do? And he was just dropping ridiculous amounts of points. Like I used to watch him in pseudo empty gyms, do some of the most incredible stuff you'll ever see. It was like watching like Mike with Bow Wow. It's like kind of watching John Lennon at some bar and Liverpool where nobody knows what the hell he's going to be. Right, yeah, yeah. I mean, because all through it, it was just like, this is a good story, but there was never NBA talk. Well, so Davidson, right? I understand, obviously, a mostly white school. I know it's a liberal arts college. I know it's relatively small, but give us sort of like the lay of the land here. Where is it? What do people need to know about your Alma mater here? The Soviet Davidson is right outside of Charlotte, North Carolina, about 20 minutes outside of Charlotte, North Carolina. Very, very small about 2000 students, liberal arts school in the city of Davidson, which had, you know, to all sort of brick, everything's brick. It's one of those things that has like a city ordinance that things have to be ahead at the time, the things that had to be brick. There was a controversy about should they bring a subway to the subway sandwiches, Tuesday, which I'm like mostly white. I think like 85% white students, all the black kids, a Davidson, know each other, but it's tremendous school, like it's a wonderful liberal arts college. I love my time at Davidson, love my professors and everything. It was just like extremely rigorous, challenging, school, and at the same time you just have this really cool story of a basketball team like coach mckillop had been there forever is always on the kill up. Yeah, like kind of a hero among small college college coaches. Yeah, and Davidson was in the southern conference at the times. They were going to win the so con. You go to the tournament, you get beat in the first round by some juggernaut team, and that's like a really cool story. And that was really what Davidson Davidson was. Yeah, I was looking up like the last NBA player before Steph to make it out of that city that had, I guess, congressional meetings about whether you want $5 footlongs. And it was this dude Mike malloy, who got drafted in the tenth round in 1970. That was sort of the gap between Steph and the last guy in terms of basketball culture at your school. Yeah, I mean, we love the basketball team, but it wasn't like the community. People didn't come to watch Davis and I mean, you know, they used to have to pass out the players with Steph Curry's passing out tickets himself to games. You know, like there was in bilk arena, there was like a little gym, like a place you could work out that so I would sometimes go in and to do a little workout. I'm like, oh, Davidson's playing. Just like, go walk into the game. Just like sit like three rows from the front and just watch Davidson play basketball. The idea that Steph Curry at one point was just knocking on the doors around around your school to get people to come to games and now obviously like you go on StubHub and you got a mortgage your house to watch him do anything. It's sort of my, it's not sort of. It is straight up mind-blowing, David. And I guess I actually want to recall with you here, the first time your mind got blown watching him shoot. I remember being in the gym like shooting just shooting around on a court that was like sort of next to them while they were playing basketball. They were like, you know, having practice. And I just remember him just empty gym doing around the world drills and I don't think he missed for like 15 minutes. And I was just sort of like, what is like, what is this? And it feels like at normal like athletic powerhouses, right? Like those kids, those prospects, those players, they live kind of on their own away from the rest of the student body. They have their own like athlete housing and stuff, but you're sort of describing a school where that may not have necessarily been the case with you guys. Yeah, no, he was just around. Basketball players were just around. You know, Stephan was around and you would just see him. We just hang out. So he just studying after March Madness, we were in the library and he was like, you know, you go Facebook and in the corner, it has like, you have 5 Facebook requests or whatever back then, right? And so his Facebook friend request had infinity sign? A literal literal infinity design as opposed to a number. He was just like, this is very strange right now. Okay, so we've got to talk about this elite 8 run that you're referencing in 2008, David. The thing that sprung Steph Curry towards infinity because it is his sophomore year, and this is when I remember first hearing about Steph Curry and I remember this like I was there because this is how it's saying in the run was, right? I mean, this was one of the most memorable NCAA tournament runs ever because your Davidson wildcats, your a ten seed, and with all due respect to the other kids on this team, it is basically Steph Curry against the world, right? I mean, he drops 40.

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"steph" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

04:38 min | 9 months ago

"steph" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"You have this version of Klay Thompson who had a really nice game last week against the books, but he still kind of working his way back. You have draymond, who's on this minutes restriction, I mean, I don't even think clay is playing and back to backs. So it's going to be Andrew Dallas still out. Are they going to fall to 6, man? They could fall, they could fall. They could fall to 5. They could follow the fight. They could easily have been playing great. Dallas has been playing great. Utah's been playing really good. So that glance at the standings just happens to be kind of like, okay, the warriors title chances are, they've taken a severe hit here. I feel like, and I was not worried. You know, we had a conversation a few weeks ago about, are you concerned with the warriors? And I was just like, you know, if draymond comes back and looks like draymond, I'm not concerned. But their path now, if they, let's say, let's say even if they stay in third. First round matchup against Nikola Jokić. That's not, that's not. I don't want that. That's not. I would prefer. And Jamal Murray's on the way back. Like he's with the G league team now, right? Or is about to? I don't like it, Michael. I don't like it. I don't like that. So if you basically like your first round matchup, if you drop to if you touch as or the others catch you, you're going to be playing one of those teams. If you get the 5th seed, you're not even going to have home court against a mavericks or the jazz, which I guess my question is, is it more likely in your opinion that the warriors could actually lose in the first round than make it to even just the Conference Finals? Is that where we're at with this team? Or am I being a little? Well, the funny thing, the funny thing was I thought your question was a bit extreme when I first read it, but that was also me kind of thinking from it's also been really hard to kind of reconcile the warriors all year because remember at the beginning of the year they were kind of all everybody was talking about. Them and the bowl seemingly, you know, because of the way the season started. Then Steph slowed down the suns kept up what they were doing and they had their long like 18 game win streak or whatever it was, including, you know, a time where they beat the warriors. And then we've slowly started to watch the warriors kind of fall. Draymond's injury. But even when that first happened, the warriors were still so far out in front of everybody else because the jazz were so far behind everybody else. And then the grizzlies just have gone nuts. So you've had to think about like three or four different iterations of where the warriors are in the standings..

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"steph" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

03:09 min | 9 months ago

"steph" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"Into how this impacts golden states. I guess their title chances. I mean, curry is only supposed to be out a couple weeks a few weeks. Back for the playoffs, but Golden State's schedule is, well, first of all, we should say that Steph Curry is like, even when draymond was out, Steph Curry was everything. And the Golden State Warriors, their offense, was still very good without him. With him, I should say. And fell off a cliff without him. I was looking at some of the lineup data right before we started recording. And I want to ask you out of the top 15 5 man units that the Golden State Warriors have played this year in terms of minutes, minutes played. How many of those 15 lineups do you think Steph Curry has been a part of? I'm going to ask you to repeat it. I'll try to sit back and I would just make sure everyone of the top 15 lineups they have, how many of them have step a part of? How many is no, in terms of minutes played? Top 15 5 man units. How many is Steph in for the Golden State Warriors this season? 15, 5 minutes. I feel like you always got to go with the extreme here. So zero. I'm going to say that he's part of 13 of them. 14, very close, 14. Out of 15, which is just incredible. He is the Golden State warrior still. So you look at their schedule coming up. And it's not a cakewalk. There's a lot of teams that they have this upcoming road trip against teams that aren't, you know, there's like the wizards, the hawks, teams that aren't crazy, good or anything, but teams that have some investment, I think, still in the last few weeks of the season and trying to win and the hawks obviously. Don't have John Collins who last night we learned that he'll be out indefinitely with his own foot injury. So that's a bummer, but they play the heat. They have some tough opponents coming up. So it's just going to be really interesting because you look at the standings and who they're ahead of. And who they've just fallen behind, you know, right now they're in third place. Right behind the Memphis Grizzlies. They're just in front of the jazz, the Mavericks, and I think they're safely ahead of the nuggets in that 6 seed, but you look at see how far ahead is just when you talk about the jazz. And then three and a half games with essentially what three weeks left. How much more time do we have now? Something like that, three weeks or so. Yes. Three up in Alaska. Three up in the last column. It'll be interesting. We'll see. I don't know what their schedule looks like. It's interesting. Either way, they could without curry in all these games. They could go on a losing streak. That's not out of the question..

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"steph" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"steph" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"So not like any concrete plans just now. I wouldn't probably do american in two thousand twenty one game a week. Early next year am just kind of see higher. The kind of recovery goals cliff you can nichols stuff that i want to sort out and really give my bulletin a good break especially after jin q. And the in japan. I think any top like some downtime. So taken of at least can afford all that cross training and then realize canada passed so i wanna put like stuffing day or van on on just yet. I want to see like how the comeback feels body's feeling but yet definitely a half for the end of the year and then kind of a marathon either early next year or him and his but the focus is all on kind of why i need to do to qualify for this world. Just call me euros next year. All taking place at the same time. So i want to be kind of representing the tb or scotland for the komi so to see your feet lies if against legs brand thing and what i need to do together. So that's that is the main goal for next year or the Well it's been a pleasure speaking t- Just as quickly can you just tell me. Y'all highlight the best bear of your whole olympic journey. I know this what you're gonna see but crossing that finish line night was just so emotional and there's like so many tears copy tears and relief an excitement. Your just to see that. I'd like finally i've done it. We'd had like such a long way in japan. Felt so long before the like just yet do it an m. young reese was amazing like it was tough by at atlanta. Did amazing really proud of the Well rest well the rest of the couple of weeks. And i can't wait to see what happens next year for we thank steph taking right..

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"steph" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"steph" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Made improvements beyond why i would say perhaps the time that target lisette myself is is is that it was slack to adjust it with that massive goal creep know wool. Of course the other turned his things haven't gone quite to plan. And not where you want it to be. Then you might have to do a little bit so searching about what you want to achieve over the next four weeks because you can also this point you can smash your head repeatedly against the the road and you know you don't make any progress. A napkin jeopardize even doing the run. So it's a really important time actually seven weeks ago these three or four weeks you're back to deliver on can can impact you run. I think we'll say f. My experience i think especially if you've been used to running medicines for number of years you've got some endurance background. You've got you've been doing it for while i've she made some really good gains in this or block especially so from eight weeks to maybe four weeks ago like you say it is actually quite an important time this time and you can you. Can you com muffins. Often you can eat colle- made you can do too much and overcook it but this time but equally slightly behind you can make some gains in these next few the last three weeks. No you only make it worse than premier itself. But this time you can you can make gains so yes just to be really mindful. I think is a good time lights. Eight check in and look back at what. You've done what you've got to do and make some decisions could luck of so this week Out of steph davies co op with her. Just a few days after the olympic marathon in sapporo issues. Fresh off the plane steph made her way through the field to finish thirty ninth and i out of the team. Gb contingent on her olympic women's marathon debut. Hey you enjoy listening to her story. And congratulations again from all of us..

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"steph" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"steph" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"She tells me that she she decided she was gonna guy fatigue forty patients so she did even basso sneezing and twelve round to fifty three and jess ran to fifty five to nine respectively They suffered again in the hates on staff at a slight problem with with her foot. Is that right. I didn't know the detail but yeah no seeing shed a blocked ankle or something seeing athletes running in the two twenty five and the other thing was too competitive domestic process to qualify for that team. I just wonder about the whole experience. The stress of the year and everything you know athletes went through a ryan qualification because that was tough itself was nate training during a global endemic. Trying to hold everything together they uncertainty and of course we had told him a the sheriff Team gb trials at cute gardens but the uncertainty around the trials in selection. And then get to the event. Even sure if it's gonna go ahead Imagine all the emotional and physical challenges those athletes faced and one of the things that i think. It's interesting isn't it. In the i don't know what does it tell you about. Somebody's olympic olympic engagement in a men's event to mend struggle fail to finish in the women's event to women clearly struggled but they did finish like i mean they were pretty close to last running to fifty. Full laugh right. I think at the anyone behind them. Right pro three people but they wished now they add to the. I know they got to the. I got the vest on and they do. What's needed to to get to the finish line Yeah in in a race with Drop pads and that must be devastating for for somebody like steph twin ingest who who was so hard to overcome all the obstacles that they did to get to the race. And then get there. It's like our goes wrong in the race itself Speaking to staff is while the bills up for all of them all of the marathon athletes all countries will is not was not great because the not being intake yet. They didn't have the olympic experience and steph talks about that quite So they all had that. But i'm not saying say mason. Ramadan you about coping. When things don't go to plan light you can cope with this. You can like. Let's cope with something that doesn't go to plan change Agile in okay now Now all day with this day with this but in this buildup on the knicks event to women just time change in the conditions. Okay just with endless by at another thing and another thing and nothing early. You've got to be really robust To be able to you know continually deal with with those things. So i'm definitely looking forward to hearing about steph davis race and has she managed to battle through to thirty six however monaco pat the person but did hotel together and did have the racing for life with molly side. Paint in third meyerson epa. She just finished ten seconds behind sky. He wanted thirty minutes slower.

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"steph" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"steph" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"I catch up with olympic. Marathon steph davis and this week's training tool is all about way you should be. We just seven weeks ago until london. Marathon alamosa motion. Hurry hello holly russia. Alright thanks. I am all right. Yeah how about you before. I go as you just told me Rattling on repeating myself like a man in my what. I've been up to really been up to this week has nothing to do with me And is all about you because you've got news of gargantuan proportions. i have got massive news at probably anyone who's listened to this public knows ready because it's been splash aviation media but you'll be running into mansions of come to that living van life up. No all a agus league cost weekend Paper proposed to me and now engaged. Today isn't that funny piece. that could save the normally. Say.

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"steph" Discussed on BBALL BREAKDOWN Podcast

BBALL BREAKDOWN Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"steph" Discussed on BBALL BREAKDOWN Podcast

"So that's helpful. But then again, when used the other way, you know, when you're a good team and you can then make them, you can just extend those leads craziness. And without fans, we've seen this, I've talked to some NBA guys, something about the fans and the pressure that puts on a lot of different players in the NBA affects them as well. Believe it or not. And so without fans, a lot of those players, probably shot a lot better than they would have with fans in the stands so that probably has something to do with the fact that like something scores got out of hand and some of these, you know, the the the leads got out of hand as well. It'll be interesting to see when we get fans back in the stage. I'm assuming that will be next year you know get your vaccine please and if we can do that will see if there's any kind of blip on the, on the, the macro analysis of three point shooting club. But I kind of feel like I maybe I'll check it real quick. I feel like and three-point frequency has kind of leveled off or maybe gone down a little bit this year, which would be little bit crazy. Consider how long 3-point frequency? Let's just give you an anecdotal version. The Jazz are number one if three-point frequency at 49.1%, and there, by the way, they're shooting 39% overall, it's probably first or second. Now, the Rockets are behind them off at 45% and then the Blazers 45. So, top three are 4946 and 45. Let's go back. One season just for fun. This is not a scientific way to do this but we can do it that way. Last year, the Rockets were fifty fifty point one and then it went down to 45 and then forty-three..

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