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NBA players get outline of Disney plan

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:25 min | 3 weeks ago

NBA players get outline of Disney plan

"The NBA's released a one hundred page document on what life will be like living and playing basketball in a bubble at Disney world for as many as two to three months depending on how far teams get in the playoffs including the protocol for what happens when a player tests positive although there are still unanswered questions it isn't spelled out how many positive tests it would take for the NBA to consider shutting this down it's left open ended other than that the NBA knowledges they're expecting multiple positive test NBA insider Brian Windhorst on ESPN one of the big factors for the people going to the bubble is can somebody be kept out can somebody be barred because of pre existing conditions or medical risks and the answer is yes the NBA has a medical panel that has the ability to bar coaches if if they don't believe that they can they can go there and I in this potentially opens them up to a lawsuit and the hope is that this will not come to this but the NBA will have the right to say that you can't come in and this is the warriors Steve Kerr on our sister station ninety five seven the game changer stick together or are going to have the most success because let's face it there's gonna be plenty of teams that just want to get out of there I mean can you imagine three straight months in a hotel room anywhere doing the same thing over and over again not really having a life not being able to take a day off and go do something different I don't know how teams are going to manage it it's gonna be a huge challenge for every coach you

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Players Coalition asks Congress to support bill ending police immunity

Glenn Beck

00:51 sec | Last month

Players Coalition asks Congress to support bill ending police immunity

"Is new apparently a few cowboys stars are signing this coalition urging Congress to pass the Amish Presley bill which would end the qualified immunity for police officers explained that a second but dak Prescott Amari Cooper and former legend the markets where all part of this coalition of fourteen hundred sports figures your breeze Tom Brady are also on this Steve Kerr Gregg Popovich but what this would do the Amish Presley bill it would basically it would eliminate this immunity for police officers to be sued like right now he a police officer can avoid being sued for using excessive force if the court says yeah but there's not really a similar case that happened before so we're gonna let them off the hook right now there's provisions that kind of protect officers in

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LeBron James Says No One Wants to Cancel NBA Season

KNBR Tonight with Drew Hoffar & Kevin Frandsen

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

LeBron James Says No One Wants to Cancel NBA Season

"Hello Brian James tweeted late last week that no one he knows is interested in canceling the season two is kind of pushing back on the reports went together reports and sources of general managers and others out there who say we you know we're moving forward as if the season is over as if we're already in the offseason Steve Kerr said that last week but what a different case scenario for the gold state warriors of course because they have the NBA's worst record lebron thing nobody he knows is pushing for the season to be over everyone that he knows everyone that he's spoken to in the NBA community is anticipating the sports

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Washington State - Protesters call for worker, immigrant rights during caravan

The Boom X Show with Darol Tuttle

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Washington State - Protesters call for worker, immigrant rights during caravan

"Dozens of peaceful demonstrators drove from Seattle to Olympia yesterday to call for worker and immigration rights comecei McCarron reports on the groups made a message to the governor for group tells us that the undocumented community is being ignored during this cover nineteen pandemic and they want the governor to step in and create an unemployment funds specifically to help excluded workers they're also calling for detainees to be released and for detention centers to be closed the approach to this year's May Day is a little bit different for this group in years past and given the current pandemic usually we see a massive March that's held through the streets of Seattle but the caravan of demonstrators drove from Seattle to the capitol campus honking their horns along I. five and along capitol way south organizer's tell me they hope the governor here's their message they can do something about it is mad then we asking some seem impossible as that is it may be possible whether we ask the right no major problems with this demonstration Steve Kerr

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Steve Kerr Doesn't Agree with Michael Jordan on Scottie Pippen's 1997 Surgery

Steve Cochran

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Steve Kerr Doesn't Agree with Michael Jordan on Scottie Pippen's 1997 Surgery

"More fallout from the last dance in the second episode Sunday Michael Jordan was critical of Scotty Pippen's decision to put off foot surgery do just before the ninety seven ninety eight season George said Pippen put off the surgery to put pressure on the bulls to redo his contract but Steve Kerr on ESPN yesterday denied there was any resentment towards Pippen among his

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"steve kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

13:48 min | 2 months ago

"steve kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Behind you all the way so the game that I watched most closely from your playoff round his game seven against the Pacers in the conference finals ended. Because that's a game that I've always wanted an excuse to revisit and now I have it and you don't win that game without Cuco. Chico has twenty one points in that game he has a run of five straight jumpers in the third quarter. That that gives you guys a lead and if you talk to some of the Pacers there were on that team they talk about. Chicago won that series of offensive rebounds and free throws and all that but they really gave us problems when they went with coach and Rodman because they were just too mobile for us in. Tony Strat US out too far. Like that's that's the stuff that one in that series. That Pacers team was was awesome. They were really kind of an old school. Nba team you know on their front line. That rik smits at seven four posting up. They had the Davis Boys Antonio Davis Dale just knocking you. All over the pain physical But because of that Combo that you said Rodman and coach able to to step out and play for the five I felt like that was a man. That was a lineup. That was tough for for Indiana to deal with but yeah. That was an amazing series. The home team won every every game in that series. Indiana was was great. Reggie Miller and I have talked about that series many times over the years Tough tough series and probably the most vulnerable. You know that that the Bulls ever were in that last. Repeat this is. This is the kind of question. That's always unfair. And it's particularly unfair. What is twenty two years later but I I just? I wonder if you remember anything from between game six and seven of that series because as you said Michael Only went to game seven in the six title runs Chicago. Chicago went to two games. Sevens one was against the Nixon. Ninety two and the Bulls won by a million points. This one though so it's all these years later it's a team that has played you a million times and you know the game's GonNa be close and you know they can beat you. Was there anything different about the vibe of the team or the pre-game speech or anything going into that game or was it? Just let's just lock in and play. I remember the day before the game. We had our walk through practice And I remember Phil called us in and in Typical Phil fashioned. He's trying to get our minds right. A. Said you know the important thing in a game like this is is to not fear losing. You know you. You embraced the idea that you could. You could lose. You know. It's okay you face that and so he was kind of you know getting into the psychological spirit of of how to approach the game but before he could even really get started. Michael Just said that fell. We're not losing and we all put our hands in the middle. One two three bulls. Everybody went home and then we showed up at the arena. The next day Michael had a way of cutting things short. I was laughing last night in the first episode. Where you guys start. Oh and four on the road. And you're at the clippers and Michael in the huddle is like let's get this first road win. I'm tired of saying this. I'm not saying that again. Let's go on to win game. Four of the ninety eight finals. You guys win you go up three one and even though. Utah has home court in that series. I always feel like that's the Gut Punch when you get three one. That's the Gut Punch out and that stretch. Run of that game is so ridiculous. Rodman goes four or four at the foul line. Rodman every free throw. Felt like you had no idea where we're going to go twice in the last three minutes. Just trucks Karl Malone under the basket for offensive rebounds and draw fouls hits all four free throws and you guys go on to win the game. Michael is also destroying Shandon Anderson. This whole time. I do you remember those Rodman. Free throw them and he's like shrugging and laughing after about half of them and he's moving all over the place to like you don't you don't know which way he's going to move on and Trade. Throw you tease. He's kind of all fluid and he's it's nervous energy so before he gets the ball. He's kind of walking around is looking into the crowd he's making these gestures with his hands and then as he shoots he steps over the line and maybe he used to the right or to the left ball goes in and he does like this prayer motion at any lapse. It was like a show in and of itself his is throw in and I do remember that he made. He made four consecutive four zero. Yeah when we had to have them and that was you're right. That was a Gut Punch game three. I believe we won like it was like ninety something fifty four game. I raise the series where you think I'll the jazzercise is the game where you think the the jazz are just now falling apart. Because they get destroyed by forty something and then they come back and they played tough from them but yeah game. Four is after that we'll see. Yeah so game. Three was such a blow out in the end the and and so we knew given how good Utah was. We knew that game four was the one where they were gonNA come back and respond and they did. They're always very physical team. A tough team mentally. They reflected Jerry Sloan in that way. They just they were going to fight for everything. So that game was was topped the whole way and then Yeah for Dennis to seal it with free throws down. The stretch with some was kind of hilarious but All also very Relieving for all of it was that was the key I was a Keegan Game Six is obviously the last shot. The Byron Russell arms extended shot There was one shot from the stretch. Run it again that I had forgotten inland by stretch running latitude three minutes with the shot clock. I don't I can't remember what the score is. My notes are all crazy everywhere. It's a close game. Shot Clock is winding down Ron Harper. From the right wing. Just sorta meanders into this crazy leaning floater at the shot clock. Buzzer and makes it. And I I it just like you just need some shots like that right. And it's it's probably for late career. Ron Harper twenty percent shot. And he makes it. I think it is a game or put you up on. I don't have my notes in front of me right now. Do you remember that shot at all I do. I had remembered it being earlier. Not Not at the end of the game. That maybe Maybe earlier in the fourth. But I may be wrong what I do. Remember about that shot. It was clearly after the shot. Clock Buzzer went off. We got really lucky on that play it was it was before replay. The reps countered it and when they showed the replay on TV was clearly in his hand when the Buzzer went off so That was that was a huge break. it was a big shot by Ron Harper. Anyway and then Michael of course goes six points and fifty seconds. He draws two free throws makes them both hits a leaner I think and then hits the Russell shot and steals the ball from Komo's when it's the most ridiculous finish to him too. I mean it's not finished his career but it's this finished creates astonishing to watch him. Just say this game. We're taking the Gulf. And I think it was the perfect sort of a metaphor or perfect. It's SORTA perfectly encapsulated. Who Michael is in? Was you know in terms of his position in the League? He just completely took over the final minute of the final against the the best team we faced. And that's just who he was. He dominated every aspect of not only the game but the the entire league and I think that's probably the hardest thing for young fans and young. Nba players saw him play. It's probably the hardest thing for them. To understand is just how dominant he was in every respect. You Know He. People were so intimidated by other coaches. The referees teammates mini. He's he's sort of lorded over everything in the league and And game like I said it perfectly captured that he was not going to miss that shot. I remember watching it. I remember exactly where it was. I remember watching with my we. Were both Ching for Utah. Simply out of I felt pity for all these players who are Never GonNa win a championship and he got that shot up. You didn't even need to watch it. It was going in. There was no question it was going however. My favorite finals of the six finals is nine hundred ninety seven. I love that finals. It's ugly as all hell it's close. It's competitive but it's it's my favourite finals because it's too too and there's a real moment of tension in that series that I don't care if the Bulls are up don't have home court if they're up three one. Michael is not losing three games in a row. That's series ninety seven. It's also a crazy series game one. The mailman doesn't deliver on Sunday. And then Michael. Hits the BUZZER beater. Game four is a crazy game that we can that we can talk about. It's the Utah ties it and there's the famous full court pass from Stockton too late in the game and game. Five is the flu game. Which is honestly if you ask me as just a sports fan. What sporting events do you look back on? And just get the most goosebumps or the most butterflies in your stomach. There are only two candidates for me number one. Is that game and I watched it with my dad and we're just looking at each other on the couch like this is just. We'll never see anything like this business. And the only other one that compares to that. I still think it's the greatest game. In any sport I've ever Seen Do Kentucky from the tournament with later. Hits the shot that that one was but I just you've been asked about it a million times. Give me the flu game story. GimMe the flu. Game from the perspective of Steve Cards. My favorite it's my favorite. Nba game ever made. Well what I remember is that we had to make a choice at the beginning of the of the series of where to stay. We were either going to stay in a five star hotel in park city or some cheap hotel in Salt Lake because there was a there was a convention all all. Nice hotels in the city were were taken and Michael was like the only one who wanted to stay in the city. Everybody wanted to stay at the nice place in Park City and kind of get away from everything and and somehow you know Michael ended up not making that decision in other around the rest of the guys kind of Said No. Let's let's stay up there. And he was not thrilled so fast forward to the night before the game and he's he's sick as a dog and there's there's rumors that its altitude sickness and we're all feeling like. Oh my God we. We've forced him to stay up at the Park City Hotel. Like what are what are we doing? We're idiots and And so we had a shoot around. We didn't drive down to Salt Lake for shoot around the day of the of the game. We stayed up at a high school in Park City. We went to shoot around he stayed. I either stated the hotel or he went to high school went in the back and had an IV but he was deathly ill and nobody really seemed to know what it was whether it was food poisoning or the flu or altitude sickness. But he was a mess. And so that that's the backdrop for the game. You know we were all concerned if he was gonNA play or not and then of course he not only plays but dominates the game and the rest is history. I was I was actually going to say. I think it's it's not an underrated game because it's maybe the most famous one of the top five films into individual performances ever but people just remember the image of him draped on Scotty and like just willing himself through this illness like you think yet a good a good game has really heroic performance. Just have a good game. Good game you then. You look at the box score. Thirty eight points on thirteen of twenty-seven from the floor ten of twelve from the line seven rebounds five assists three a-block forty four minutes in seventeen seconds of playing time. It's like it's just insane like I just don't know what else to say in human and and and yet that was that was the norm for him. That's what that's what I'm talking about. When I tried to explain his dominance it went so far beyond what a great basketball player he was. He just just seemed invulnerable and even on a night when looked like he was on his deathbed for him to summon kind of performance was just vintage. Amgen both series. Utah would always have these droughts in the first five minutes of the fourth quarter where sometimes Stockton Malone would be sitting together or one of them like it's particularly in ninety eight. They would just not score for four or five minutes like routinely they would get shut out. I like the defense was just incredible. I don't know if you remember that. But like they like their bench lined up at the beginning of the fourth quarter. Would just it would the score of those games for like from the twelve minute? Mark to the seven minute. Mark of the fourth quarter would quite often be like four to two sisters such a slug fest. Yeah I remember a few years. After I retired I was doing. Tv Aranda. Jeff Van Gundy. Who has since become a great front but we were. We started talking..

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"steve kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

15:10 min | 2 months ago

"steve kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"The welcome to the low post. Podcasts live from a basement where I'm quarantine currently and I am thrilled to be joined by the head coach of the Golden State Warriors. But really right now. More of a reserve shooting guard for the nineteen ninety seven. Ninety eight Chicago Bulls Steve. Kerr how are you? I'm good how are You Doing Jack? I'm hanging in the last dance. It's finally here. We all watched it last night. And you've seen it before. Have you seen any of it? No you know the The people from ESPN sent me the links a couple of weeks ago and I just chose not to watch it. I I just kind of wanted to watch with everybody else and I was. I wanted something to look forward to on TV sports so much. So I just saved it and we all. We'll watch it last night after dinner is really really fun. So let's before we get into the to Utah. Finals trump. Just dying to talk to you about Let's get into a couple of things that were in the first two episodes. How widely known was it amongst the players? Maybe everybody knew and I just had forgotten that Jerry. Krause literally said to fill. You could go undefeated in. You're still not coaching next year. I think it was basically known I mean I had forgotten that exact comment but but the the whole team understood what was happening From the very beginning of the season there was a headline in the paper. You know th the Chicago Tribune. This will be fills last season coaching. And that was the quote from from Jerry and if you think about it. I mean imagine that in context today's NBA. Were just doesn't happen. And so it especially with Michael Jordan on the team you know everyone knew Michael and Phil or tied at the hip so the whole thing seemed kind of insane but it became a rallying cry Phil used it wisely. As a motivating factor and here. We are talking about a twenty two years later with the same same title that will give you know enduring the Training camp the the behind the scenes footage is clearly going to be amazing. The training room the locker room in Paris just hanging out before games and Jordan belittling krause. Every chance he gets. I felt very conflicted watching it. Because it AIDS funny and be it's also mean and I wondered. Did anyone on the team ever say to Michael? Him like he gets it like the. That's like your four hundred. Short joke of the year may be cut it out or or was there so much hostility. Then you just. This is just how it's going to be well. I think everybody had their own Jerry. Krause moment and everybody was upset with him. In one way or another me just had that That skill somehow pissing everybody off but it really got uncomfortable. But I I wasn't gonNA say anything to Michael. Nobody was going to say anything to Michael You know it was is that that's one of those things where you kind of leave that one alone where this is Michael Jordan. You know and and he he gets to say whatever he wants. This is his team and he's got his own beef with with Jerry so we weren't going to step in but it was. It was definitely uncomfortable. the other thing. It's it's really. It's really amazing. Even though it's twenty two years later to see Scotty and then fill and then Michael react with such unvarnished honesty about Scotty. Having to surgery right before the season at Scotty admits Yeah I did it. Screw the team. I just didn't WANNA screw up my summer. Phil admits he didn't care and doesn't care. Now which is which is rare coach and Michael. Call Scotty. Selfish and source says the act was selfish. Did any of that surprise you. How unvarnished all those reactions were. Did you already know all that stuff? Will I knew I mean? I knew that that was how each person would answer. That was part of fills. Genius was he gave players so much space and he understood players because he was one of us having played in the League for for I think ten plus years and having won championships with the Nixon having felt The difficulty of being an NBA basketball player physically mentally everything so filled handle that stuff better than any coach that I ever had Any he just understood that sometimes in order to get the most out of a player you have to concede certain things and he knew Scotty would be much better served giving him that space and giving him that right to protest And that Scotty would as a result turn around and come back to the team and give everything he had for us. You know at the end of the year. I've always always watching it last night with my wife and as Scott episode started. She asked me where to Scotty rank all time along amongst players and she was. She was surprised that he wasn't in the top ten. I mean I don't think he's close to the top ten but I gave a ballpark number. That was surprised with how how she was price. How low was but one thing I did say was. I've always respected. How Michael goes out of his way to tell everyone because Michael is like pathological does not complement easily. The one guy he compliments. All the time is Scotty and goes out of his way to say. Never would have done any of this without Scotty and I think I mean you can't prove a negative. He didn't ever win without Scotty but they fit together so well. And because it's Michael and because he delivers prays with such reticence. It's always been touching to me that he goes out of his way to shower. Scotty with that praise well number one. It's deserved Scotty. Was An incredible basketball player. And I think underrated a at this point and I think he would have been so good in the modern game off and he could guard one through five every single game. There's there's not a five man in the league now who he couldn't have guarded and every point guard in pick and roll He would have been able to to stay in front of uses arms The driving lanes that would have opened up His passing ability Scotty was a brilliant brilliant basketball player. And I think one of the reasons Scotty was beloved. Not only by Michael but all of us is because he was such a perfect complement to Michael. Michael was. He was the hardest. He was the guy who's coming at you and you had to be ready. Every single day for his criticism for his His force his intimidation and Scott was the one who balanced everything out. You know he was the guy who put his arm around you and make sure he Make sure you were okay. You know with all the all the the difficulty that you had to face being a member of that team so Scotty was beloved by everybody including Michael But he was also just a phenomenal basketball player. There's something there's something very sweet about Scott Voice that sounds very cheesy to say and his brother who was interviewed in. The documentary talks variously. There's just would. There's something about their voices that is very sweet and let know disguise going to be. He's going to be nice to is GonNa be a nice guy. I did sounds cheesy to say but it's just it just stands out to me again. Teammates loved him. He just he had that that presence of a dominant player but he was just the just a kind soul. You know you just you felt you felt what a what a good person he was every single day and you know. He made his mistakes There was a the playoff game the year Michael was out where he literally took himself out of the game And I it was one of the most unfortunate things ever because I think it it. It really hurt his reputation going forward as as a teammate. As a person Everybody who didn't know I'm just automatically said all that selfish but the reality was he was one of the most unselfish teammates That I ever had and that incident more than anything to me just showed how vulnerable he was which we all are showed how human he was and I think that was one of the reasons he was such a good complement to Michael. Because Michael seemed in human half the time I've always gravitated towards like Michael. I grew up a Celtics Fan. Because my dad is a celtics fan and I always gravitate toward Mikhail more than bird because Mikhail seemed like a normal person and bird is like Michael in that. He's just a pathological competitor. I couldn't relate to him. I can't relate to guys like that. I relate to the fallible guys guys get a little emotional and you brought up the ninety four series against the Knicks where he sits out and coaches the shot. I was reading some old clips of that for various reasons last week and I was surprised. How in the press today after two days after Scotty was like completely unapologetic? He he said I would do it again. You know this has been my team. I deserve to take that shot. I stand by what I did. I know it upset. People Cartwright crying a famous anecdote but I was surprised. Like Scotty didn't back up. Maybe now he's backed off of it a little bit but then he was like no i. I'm at peace with what I did. Yeah and then he came out and he bald game six and and was was the dominant player in the game. And then we you know. We took the series two seven so he he was unbelievable. Confident in his game and I I thought that season he might get. Mvp that was the first year. Michael Missed when he went to Play Baseball. I thank her keep. Did Akeem Win it? Ninety four David Robinson. Maybe I don't know who David Robinson wanted ninety five because that's when Akeem destroys them in the playoffs is sort of an MVP. I think lodge and wanted to ninety four. I think you're right. Yeah yeah so I think I think Scotty was right there. Neck and neck and if I remember correctly we won fifty. Five Games in in ninety three ninety four Without Michael and Scotty was the main reason we had. We had great veterans. We had guys like like B J Armstrong and We John Tax Bill Car Right. We had guys who had been there through the first run Scott Williams so Seattle Group. That still had that championship mentality so they knew how to win. And but Scotty was the guy who made it all work. Have you ever confronted Hue Hollins in person for his foul foul call and game five? You gotTA I. I was mad about it at the time that I'm still mad about it. I think would made me the most mad. It was You're referring to foul call on Huber. Davis is jump shot with us. I think it was two seconds. Left game was tied was tied. I think we were up one Europe. Yeah and you're you're about to go up three games to to Italy right. The hometown is one every game to that point. But we're about to break through and have a chance to to go home for game. Six and Hubert takes jumper about an eighteen footer foul line and the ball. I remember there was a picture of the next day like in the paperwork. His his hand is he's holding his follow through on. The ball is already halfway to the basket and Scotties arm is still a foot away from Hubert's arm and a split second later. Scotty ends up hitting hitting his arm on the follow through but it was after the ball already hit the rim and this was a time when the League did not protect shooters what I was so upset about was I mean I couldn't tell you how many times as a shooter back. Then in that era that season guys would run into me after the shot and I complained to the rest and automatically the REP would say doesn't matter is after the release that was the rule dot com and with the game on the line. They they call that foul with Which is clearly after the release. That was a tough one to swallow. I give Joubert Crow. He stepped up and made two enormous free throws to win the game under a lot of pressure. That was nuts. You mentioned Scotties defense. Let's talk about the two finals against the jazz. The very different series. I've watched a lot of both of them in the last couple of weeks and so everyone knows. Stockton Malone pick and roll. That's what they default to they. Run it on the left wing. A lot and Scotty is usually on the weak side guarding Shandon Anderson or a Chris Morris they even stashed Antoine Carr here and there and he his rotations from the weak side to the ball side. He's like everywhere series. The series became like did the jazz adjusted by having his guy cut backdoor towards the towards the Rim Shannon. Arizona was good at that but like Scotty I mean obviously it is. It's an exaggeration but it does seem like he's in like three different places at once. He's getting up there. Pick and roll. He's on the back line. The his defense in that series is on that action is like it's incredible to watch. I urge people to go back and watch how much ground he's covering and how he moves ahead of the play. It's really that was like a little game within the game. He just got it. Everybody you know he He was the best center fielder I've ever seen and Dr. Remember in that series. He would he would guard the weak side He would be would come over to help off of his man to clog up Elaine With with Malone and Stockton but back then you couldn't do what you can do now in terms of double team a guy who didn't have the ball and saw that the illegal defense rules were much tougher back then so if you were if you committed you had to keep going to the ball and go all the way to double team otherwise it was illegal and Scotty was so smart an so rangy and fast he. He found a way to do it without you know without committing an illegal defense infraction and then we just moved them around. Whoever was hot I remember? I think it was ninety. Eight.

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"steve kerr" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

13:30 min | 2 months ago

"steve kerr" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Read a column that some columnist wrote in October saying Steve. Kerr should run for president of the United States. And I was thinking about the negative ad. Steve Kerr born in Lebanon raised among Muslims. Is He really in America? And so on but I don't think most people know about your journey where and how you grew up and maybe you could just talk a little bit about Bashar. Yeah Yeah I've been credibly lucky in my life To to live the way I have to to grow up in the family that I grew up in As you said born in Beirut my dad was teaching at the American University in Beirut at the time and he was a Middle East Political science professor ultimately took a job at UCLA. And we moved there when I was just a year or two old and and spent most of my childhood in in Los Angeles but my dad take sabbaticals so we spent time in in France. Tunisia three years in Egypt. And while we were living overseas we would travel as well in the summertime. So I really got got my education from traveling around the world living in different cultures. And there's probably no no better education than that so it's pretty words you learn from it. What did you learn about those countries and cultures? And what did you learn about hours? Well it was interesting because Cairo was the biggest influence on me because I was junior high high school age and that was late. Seventies Americans were beloved in Egypt. I couldn't walk down the street in Cairo without somebody rubbing my blonde hair and smiling and and but we were. We were a group of Americans. Were there with kids from all over the world I went to an American School Cac was the name of Cairo. American college in the outskirts of Cairo. Suburb called Maadi. And I had friends from literally all over the world. The American kids mostly oil companies Diplomats kids or academics. Like my mom and dad and but we met kids from everywhere. We interacted with them. A lot of different languages were spoken. Spoke in the school. I actually learned Arabic. Halfway decently I could get and we would do all kinds of incredible stuff that nobody else would have had the chance to do it. And how much contact did you have with with Egyptians when you were when you were there lots because There was a big population at the school and the sports teams played on We would play against Egyptian schools and club teams and Euro Basketball player from an early age. Yeah I played everything growing up back then. Everybody you know you just played whatever. Sport was in season now. It's so different you you play the sport year round but so I played some soccer and baseball and football and basketball but basketball was always my favorite and I I really Fell in love with it at UCLA. When my dad was profound out of bed spot for not John Wooden Heyday of my earliest memory of UCLA. Game was when Bill Walton was playing there. Yeah it was. Nineteen seventy two. I believe they played There were number one in the country. Every game was electric. Sold out ever. The student section was incredible. The ban it was heaven. I walked in the first time I couldn't believe and I fell in love with it and I'll never forget I don't remember anything about the game except for walking out with my dad and UCLA had beaten Maryland. Maryland was number two in the country with John. Lucas they had leno or Had another guy. Tom McMillan maybe. No McMillan was tell Lumbia you went to Columbia okay another guy who played in the NBA anyway. Ucla FANS WERE SO SPOILED. They'd won seven straight national titles and I walk out and Ucla at won by two points and walking with my dad and the guy next to me says what is wrong with our team and the guys next thing. So I don't know we're not like we were last year. And he he starts ripping into Walden or for doing that. And I turn to my dad. I said Dad we want. The expectations are a little higher than the probably a pretty good lesson for winning. Seventy three games winning the championship. Yeah I'm sure there are people who are saying the saying the same thing for sure. That's far that's part of it but those are good problems to yeah. Hi Classic problems. When I was a when I was a student at the University of Chicago my roommate went to Providence College when Marvin Barnes and Ernie Gregorio de Gregorio were there and they were in the final four and his parents had a relationship with a providence and they gave us these tickets to go to final four. We HITCHHIKED DOWN FROM CHICAGO TO GAMES CHECKER. Dome in Saint Louis Barn and in that final Game Bill Walton. That was a game where he had against Memphis State Larry Keenan and twenty one of twenty two and he and it was maybe the most I mean I watch Michael Jordan for thirteen years in Chicago. That was maybe the most perfect game I had ever seen anybody clay. He had a bunch of assists now his baskets were mostly jump shots and bank shots nine dunk couldn't dunk back then so he had to lay it in. I remember watching the game on TV. Yeah I thought it was that seventy two seventy three seventy three hours. You know seven eight years old and but that was. The reason I fell in love with basketball was growing up in that environment and then my parents would send me to John. Wooden basketball camp in the summer and just absolutely fell in love with it. And what an era to grow up as a as a sports well was on this podcast and talked about stealing not stealing but wouldn't tell them you can't be involved in anti war. Sit Ins just write a letter express. Express yourself on this. So he went down to the coach's office and got a sheet of paper with wooden. It was wooden stationary. The secretary gave it to him and he wrote a letter calling Nixon a war criminal and asking him to resign on John Wooden station and got all the other players to sign. It and wooden was not amused by said. Forget the letter once. I remember the scene of Walden sitting on Wilshire Boulevard yelling at Chuck Young the Chancellor of Ucla and it was a great documentary on HP. Oh probably ten twelve years ago about the Ucla Dynasty and dealt a lot with that Vietnam era in protest and the the dichotomy that wouldn't presented as this iconic figure kind of cut straight out of the fifties yes incredibly virtuous way. Coaching this group of players in the midst of the Vietnam War. Who were kind of you know trying to figure out how the world worked and wooden was just an amazing figure for so many reasons but I highly recommend that that documentary well. What's extraordinary is. Everybody loved his players revered him. I mean Bill Walton was the ultimate renegade and he revered John Wooden till the day John Wooden die so he still talks about him reverentially so I wanNA give. I want to talk more about politics than sports. But I just want to return to your years overseas And ask you. I mean there are two ways it works one is you. You get an appreciation for other cultures but you get an appreciation for other. How other cultures see the United States? And so I guess I'm interested in that angle as well. What what did you learn about America living overseas? Well I saw poverty. Up-close I mean we. We lived in Nice suburb but everywhere. You went in Cairo at the time. You'd see poor people living on the streets There was an entire community Trying to remember the name of the suburb of Cairo. That basically it's called the city of the dead because it was people who lived basically in the cemetery underneath these mausoleums and and we saw every day. And we'd see beggars. You know asking for Buck Sheesh. You know that was the word for for you know can you? Can I have some money? I have something we saw this every single day and it struck me because you know growing up and civic palisades in Los Angeles going to. Ucla campus for Basketball Games. I didn't see any of that I was I. Was you know middle class kid growing up in a wonderful environment so I saw poverty A lot of people see it in in our country but I never saw arch. I saw there but I also saw a totally different way of life. It's like kids playing soccer on the street with two two rocks as the goal and a bundled up rag for a ball But I saw I saw people as I said from all over the world. People were so nice to us Americans as I said. We're we're beloved and my parents had this really eclectic group of friends so we had barbecues all the time people from all over the world and it just it taught me about over other cultures that taught me about compassion and understanding that you know everybody grows up in different environment. We all see the world differently and so it. I think it made me more compassionate and it also made me appreciate our own country for not only the comforts of the freedom that we live in but just for the joy that we were allowed every day a lot. Most people don't grow up with great joy in their lives are just struggling to survive. And that's that struck me pretty hard at a young age you your dad went back to Lebanon to become president of Of the American University in Beirut and and had an had a tra- tragic end their talk about that. And what happened? And how did you find out about it? Well he wanted to go back by the way well. His he grew up in Lebanon. His parents were missionaries after World War. One they went to Turkey and Armenia. They helped with a Armenian orphanage and they they were relief workers and during the Turkish Armenian Holocaust. And the you know once. The war ended They were travel. They ended up in. Beirut I think actually I think some of the orphanages they helped were in Lebanon across the border and and so they fell in love with Lebanon and settled there then. They became Employees at the American University. My grandfather was a chemistry professor. My Grandmother was the dean of women and they raised their family there so my dad was born and raised in. Beirut went to boarding school and on the East Coast Deerfield and went to Princeton but went back to be where he met my mom. My mom was on her junior year abroad from Occidental College. That's where they matt and and so it's incredible story but his dream job once he became a professor. Ucla his dream job was always to go back. And be the president of the American University in Beirut so when he finally had the opportunity he took it despite. He was at a very dangerous time. Why yeah and for the most part you know up until that time the university had been kind of an oasis There had been Problems at the embassy and you know with any any military presence. There was a lot of fear at the time but the university up until the early eighties had been pretty much left alone by just before an as he took the job his predecessor was kidnapped. And so you know. He'd already taken the job he didn't. WanNa back out. He spent the first nine months or so on the job in New York. While the political circumstances quieted down and then he ultimately went there and I was there with him and my mom and my younger brother. My younger brother was freshmen in highschool. So he went to live with them. I was heading off to University of Arizona as a freshman and so I went to stay there for about a week and see the campus and that would have been an August of eighty three and he was assassinated in January of eighty four so he's only on campus for four months was he. Was he worried was he frightened going back he. Was You know my sister tells a story about spending a night with my dad in a hotel in New York before he went over there and he expressed his fear to her. He didn't say much to the rest of us and I think also we have. She's older. She's older yeah. We had that typical sort of insulation when nothing bad has ever happened to. You think that's not going to happen to me. It's not going to happen to us. And so we had some of that. I think and my dad was beloved in the Middle East. He spoke fluent Arabic. He was a champion for the Palestinian..

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Stephen Curry set to return for Warriors against Raptors

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:05 min | 4 months ago

Stephen Curry set to return for Warriors against Raptors

"Steph curry returns to the warriors lineup tonight at home against the NBA champion Toronto raptors in a nationally televised game this after playing the first four games of the season in October than missing the next fifty eight with a broken left hand that included nerve damage Hey that was a heck of a a break if protecting seven teams in there people have surgery it takes time to get complete feeling back the nurse to fire so it's not completely back in his left hand but now with that said that right hands pretty darn good so I I know nothing's going to surprise me with him that of course the warriors a studio analyst a Gerry St Jean or courtesy of our sister station ninety five seventy games Steve Kerr says the plan for now is to play Stephens six minute bursts around twenty four twenty five minutes and does St thinks the risk is very very slim in the old days you guys remember back in the old days if he went to the ram they come on the hand to try to knock them down that doesn't take place as much now so I'm optimistic I think it's all going to go very very

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Stephen Curry will not play for Warriors Sunday, but March return still on track

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Stephen Curry will not play for Warriors Sunday, but March return still on track

"How unfortunately for warriors fans Steph curry just not going to make it tomorrow yeah unfortunately for me too I was going to go to the game and I was looking forward to seeing staff Dan I mean you know but I guess life goes on right but that is the question to staff or not to step well Steph curry he had hope more than anything he had hoped to play for the warriors tomorrow at home against the Washington wizards after being sidelined for four months but yeah he won't be returning after that broken left hand that quite that soon Golden State Warriors today said that curry is participating in full scrimmages during practice and continues to make good progress in his recovery now he is schedule to practice with the G. league Santa Cruz warriors on Monday and it's the end still expected to play sometime in March March starts tomorrow so we got thirty one days after that and coach Steve Kerr said before Tuesday's last game at Sacramento he said that he had hoped that a curry would be ready to go gives Washington but the two time MVP needed to be reevaluated today to be better determine on his

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Beilein resigns as coach, will have new Cavs role

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

Beilein resigns as coach, will have new Cavs role

"Minutes right now we're gonna talk to Cleveland cavs they've got a new head coach or they don't put their old one resigned and here's more from Kevin John Beal I resigned today as expected and just fifty four games assistant JB Bickerstaff has been elevated to head coach be line will be given a new role in the organization he left the university of Michigan last may to sign a five year deal to coach the cavs but was miserable on the job corps even fourteen forty second worst record in the NBA just ahead of the twelve and forty three warriors who by the way we'll have Steph curry on the floor in game soon enough today Steve Kerr argue that getting him back is key because in part he'll have a chance to play with

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Kevin Durant reveals when he knew he'd leave Warriors after last year

The Rich Eisen Show

02:02 min | 5 months ago

Kevin Durant reveals when he knew he'd leave Warriors after last year

"Lot of these trades. Aides are confusing and Diangelo Russel. This is his fourth team now. and He's twenty three he's eight dynamite all star and so he kinda got thrown into the mix. Because if you're the if you're the the the warriors and you could get him in the process of losing durant you do that a hundred times out of one hundred. It's just the question. Is that if I told you at the time right that when they were losing him you know when they were losing durant and gaining him that it would turn into Andrew Wiggins and a top three protected first round pick. I think we would have said at the point in time. Okay I got it because you're already seeing the first blush results on NBA NBA twitter. That he's kind of playing the role of Harrison Barnes and the first championship run remember Harrison Barnes was the crucial member of that was and that wiggins is going to play that role. Livingston's not there anymore right so so he would be that guy. And if you're Steve Kerr you're like I can. Let's get to this guy if I'm coaching up. Three million green and his personality Wiggins of former number one overall here comes wiggins. I'm thinking he's thinking that and is now just think about it. Think about it next year. Are they open up in that beautiful jewel up in San Francisco. It's all filled up right and Curry Klay. Draymond Andrew Wiggins and number five stroll on the floor and number five could be the first overall selection in the draft left or the fourth overall selection in the draft. They could have all those guys showing up there next year and have the first and fourth overall picks in the draft tiredly possible

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Grizzlies' Andre Iguodala situation is ugly, but this is how the trade game is played

Murph and Mac

02:07 min | 5 months ago

Grizzlies' Andre Iguodala situation is ugly, but this is how the trade game is played

"The trade deadline is Thursday and by the way do you have an opinion on de Angelo Russell I I got to tell you this at first I was completely in favor of moving him but having gone to a few games Polly being is the partial season ticket holder and fill up man he is a beautiful score he really is and maybe the idea of him and clay and stuff on the same team is kind of intriguing you know not the roster destruction be interesting but right now the timber wolves aren't offering enough so the ways do you have to make a move though to get under attacks line otherwise have to pay a forty million dollar fine I think a lake of even as much as he likes his who concerts in his post Malone concerts and he's not looking to pay forty mil right so Alec Burks could move a blend Robinson could move yeah Amari Spelman could move Jacob everything will come on Looney could move by you gotta wonder what his future is I mean it's unfortunate because he was became such a dependable player for Steve Kerr but I mean I don't know is is he ever going to get back but the real story planned out is with our old pal Andrea you get done yeah how about this is a really weird story he hasn't played a minute from Memphis this year and by the way I think he's making like seventeen Mill seventeen seventeen Mill and I am a little unclear I've tried to read up in much again yeah one clear as to how he can just stay away like is there something in the CBA were like no you gotta come play for is like the guy in office space is again just not going to work anymore I'm just not going under you've missed a lot of games I wouldn't exactly say missing at and I by the way when it when Andriy does come back and go to practice the question is does he clean of fish on newspaper in the locker room do does the does god can offer yeah so anyway so they're going to try to move him and get some for him chained to a veteran team and now the Memphis Grizzlies having a surprisingly good here the twenty five and twenty five they actually hold the eight spot right now they do they got young players like John Moran and they got Dillon Brooks and Dillon Brooks finally just yesterday said you know what we young guys on the Grizzlies a few Andre staying away yeah you can email this

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Warriors' Curry suffers broken hand in hard fall

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:53 min | 9 months ago

Warriors' Curry suffers broken hand in hard fall

"Brutal the warrior soul to the Phoenix Suns last night kicking off a four game homestand coming off an impressive win over the pelicans in New Orleans on Monday night what happens they take attended nine lead early give up twenty one points in a row give up thirty of the next thirty one points they're down twenty nine of the quarter and they lose to the Suns one twenty one to one ten and they lose Steph curry right now an estimated six to eight weeks broken left hand will have an MRI and a C. T. scan today to determine whether surgery is necessary he hit the floor hard on a third quarter drive tried to brace his fall with his hands and sons big man Aron Baynes landed on that left hand Steve Kerr appeared shell shocked after the game no surprise said it's more opportunities for his young guys but maybe too much too soon you know it's a great opportunity for these young guys to play it's also a little bit too much you want to bring along rookies as best you can and we're just putting so much on their plate they were down twenty nine at the corner of thirty four in the second twenty eight after three and they actually cut it to eleven with four minutes to go but just couldn't get any closer and that was with the Angelo Russell and dream on green on the bench so we might as well thrown into the frying pan and I think they're doing a great job close thrilled with the up for the second half they competed we got great minutes from from Eric you know Jordan did a good job in the second half chi Bowman put pressure on the ball so there were some bright spots for young guys hearing posco all let him with twenty Robinson seventeen Russell fifteen Cauley Stein in his season debut had a dozen points five boards in twelve minutes the warriors host the spurs tomorrow night Charlotte wanted Sacramento by seven the king's role in five in Houston wanted Washington by one that's not the story the final score was one fifty nine to one fifty eight James harden had fifty nine points and if the game winning free throw with two and a half

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Warriors' Curry suffers broken hand in hard fall

SportsCenter AllNight

01:43 min | 9 months ago

Warriors' Curry suffers broken hand in hard fall

"Suns beat the warriors one twenty one one ten it wasn't even that close warriors allowing a hundred twenty point to be to their first four games for the second time in franchise history but Steph curry goes down winds up being a broken hand coach Steve Kerr in a tough spot start for us on many levels so we're just trying to find her footing and obviously this puts us in a in a tough spot so we'll we'll assess certain we'll go from there we able to talk to staff at all after the game any sense of what what he what his emotions are right now no he was not in the locker room just now when the game ended Stephen I just heard the news what do you think though right away about that responsibility on some of the young guys the extra minutes now coming up for the young guys and where to go from here well you know it's a great opportunity for these young guys to play it's also a little bit too much here is so you want to you want to bring along rookies as best you can and we're just putting so much on their plate we have no choice with all the injuries so I think for you know they have to just seize the opportunity and we as coaches we have to help them do the best job they can and continue to learn general Myers a general manager Bob Myers telling ESPN's Nick for dell that curry will have an MRI and CT scan of it from there they will determine whether or not he needs surgery and what the time table will be what will it be like for the warriors though moving

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Pence Says U.S. Companies Leave ‘Conscience at the Door’ Over China

Mark Levin

04:42 min | 9 months ago

Pence Says U.S. Companies Leave ‘Conscience at the Door’ Over China

"Nike promotes itself as a so called social justice champion when it comes to Hong Kong if the first checking its social conscience at the door Mike pence not let it go that Nike has a company believes in taking a stand but is it really taking a stand on principle if you benefit financially from the stand and if you would refuse to take a stand if I were a Harley financially it's not just self interest you could even argue maybe it's good business but it's not what it is at least not as we have been led to believe what they should be practiced it's not praise it's not courage what is it exactly what is it that we need to understand here about Nike now Charles Barkley I remember watching Sir Charles which is what he was called because of I believe that maybe was a Nike campaigner Reebok campaign I can never back in the day I did watch a lot of bass program actually played basketball growing up I was pretty decent hello point guard you know that's gonna say in the mold of John Stockton or Steve Kerr I could dribble I could shoot but this is Steve Kerr the one now who's just hates America my right yes he's the head coach of the Golden State Warriors he's on hates America is he's very woke anyway Charles Barkley you never know what you're together sometimes he has his moments of of analytic brilliance not just about sports but about things in general I've heard him say very funny very entertaining things very insightful things in fact and he's not afraid to say whatever but I gotta say disagree with Sir Charles here as he has some harsh words for the vice president added states like a twenty please let me say this vice for the president to suffer hello all American companies are doing business in China all American companies are doing business on a hot topic criticism of commissioner silver and lebron James was unfair isn't there a more who I like he should have you can say whatever he wants to but there are consequences I don't understand why these whole really about politicians so one of war about China won't be stopped all transactions with China's president trump has been an ardent with terrible China for the last two years on fair for them to do all their business shama just because this thing happen try to make the NBA and our players look bad all American companies do business in China I think Mister Barclay here is leaving out some important components of this for one he yes all American come on I'm not that's action after all of them but my American companies are doing this with China that is by and large a true statement and not all American companies hold themselves up as champions of social justice and an individual rights and and you know human dignity human rights whatever maybe Nike does Nike makes it very very public runs campaigns about how they do care about those things so that I think it is fair to ask okay so do they only care about those things though when there's no consequence for caring about it that's what Charles Barkley is missing here you know lebron James did not have to speak out on the issue of the more you tweet and China lebron James didn't just say something he said that Maury doesn't know what he's talking about and more he does know what he's talking about and he's right we just leave that we we push out off to the side so I I would know that there it's important that we not lose sight of what really has gone on here what the reality of this China situation truly is but here again just real quick from vice president pens click with ten please China will step forward sees this unique moment in history start a new by ending the trade practices an advantage in the American people for far too long I know president Donald Trump is ready and willing to begin that new future trump was right about China has been right about China doesn't get nearly enough credit for answers right about China as well any change course wrong need to confront them in ways that are constructive the

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NBA-China standoff intensifies over controversial tweet

WIBC Programming

04:16 min | 9 months ago

NBA-China standoff intensifies over controversial tweet

"So Daryl Morey he's the general manager of the Houston Rockets have put out a tweet the other day basically saying he stands with Hong Kong we stand with Hong Kong and when we all we being a collective as this country should go yep that's right I mean there there's nothing controversial about that right China is a corrupt authoritarian regime they're awful they're terrible and for four years and if you think communism's okay even if you're a Bernie bro for decades China has inflicted immense harm on the American economy either through currency manipulation or intellectual property rights violations whatever there's a litany of things China is a bad dude they're a bad actor there a bad player and the fact that the folks in Hong Kong continue to protest and continue to fight in could you have violence in many cases and acted on them for liberty and freedom to break free of the oppressive Chinese regime there is no question all of us should go get we still in Hong Kong now I'm not saying military intervention I'm not saying anything of that sort but in terms of who you well yeah we should want to people who stand for liberty and freedom who hole I could the U. S. who want to be friends with us we stand with those people nothing controversial about that at all online as you've got billions of dollars at stake when the N. B. A. dulls through its relationship with China the NBA has literally over over a course of time billions of dollars at stake because of the money that China represents to them through having games played over there do merchandising through television and China I code bill of you know words over there in China easy we get this thing over it's called freedom of speech and you can tell Intel the American government to **** off all you want in fact NBA really encourages that you know they awoke people over there in the NBA really educated top flight people they know what's going on you know like lebron James number he was wearing the bait hat in the takers lecture and they got dudes like a great pop of it use the coach of the San Antonio Spurs any at Steve Kerr gonna hear from him in just a second coach for the for the Golden State Warriors they're really woke when it comes to Tromp in the social issues in American their their whole only willing to speak out yeah you can't can't do that over there in China because they they do things like chop the hands off and stuff like that so so NBA's got a got a problem see the problem is NBA courage is the won't guys to speak our right you know lebron pop of the Steve Kerr when it comes to repent on trump for the Republicans or whatever else but now they get this do Daryl Morey who says basically what every American should think regardless of political party which is we stand with people who are at liberty and freedom the new gatt China that accounts for billions of dollars and China has already said we can't up your hands on but we can cancel your pre season games V. from being aired on Chinese state television which is what has happened so what do you do if you're the NBA well there was a time in this country where it was country first there was a time were being an American and standing for something meant something and that meant we would tell China okay fine you don't want our product is our backs and were big enough for the National Basketball Association there are more important things than money or or not anymore my friends because not only is the NBA refusing to say that and by the way this is only going into one of two ways because again China eighteen ****

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NBA commissioner defends free speech as China threatens league

America Trends

01:25 min | 9 months ago

NBA commissioner defends free speech as China threatens league

"NBA commissioner Adam silver is standing firm after receiving a lot of backlash over his view on the Hong Kong protests USA's Tim Berg reports silver has been trying to find middle ground of showing support for team executive who spoke out for Hong Kong's protesters and protecting the league's growth in a basketball craze China silver statements have Democrats and Republicans criticizing the NBA commission to which Beverly hall Burke president of the district media group says when was the last time you saw Ted Cruz injection right I agree on anything apparently there are still some issues that bring Republicans and Democrats together and I think this is one that definitely warrants it what's interesting about it is that Adam silver who is the NBA commissioner has long said that he stands up for the free speech rights of players in those affiliated with the NBA you mentioned some examples there when players have spoken out you had lebron James who's called president trump the bomb you have coaches Steve Kerr and Gregg Popovich who have tweeted about their position on gun control but apparently it's a step too far when you call out the Chinese government indirectly in and something to know about China they kill their citizens currently there are three million people who are in concentration camps you can stand up for the Chinese people and still call out the Chinese government but I think what this comes down to and people are rightly seen that the messaging war on this it really shows of the NBA's bottom line is about the bottom line Hoiberg was speaking there on fox

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Stephen Curry says Warriors had 'f--- you' mentality in Game 6 against Rockets

Dale and Keefe

08:11 min | 1 year ago

Stephen Curry says Warriors had 'f--- you' mentality in Game 6 against Rockets

"So Steph curry's guide the show on Facebook watch it's called step in verse the game okay and it was kind of like I don't know if you remember a couple years ago Tom Brady had this thing on Facebook where they just followed him as like six episodes is the same thing where they followed Steph curry around during the playoffs during the season and whatnot and they go it was house with his family and all these different type stuff so it's kind of like I view of Steph curry's life so to speak now of course he can add anything he wants out if he's like yeah I don't want that in there he's got complete control of the situation right so anyway Steph curry in the documentary was talking about how they beat the rockets without Kevin Durant's and this would have to say quote I was tight because I heard all the noise going into the game honestly I think we had a little bit of a belief you mentality so Steph curry said yeah the reason we beat the rockets in the playoffs was because we had that F. you mentality and I kinda like this from Steph curry man I like to see the cocky side of Steph curry because we see it like on the court and what not where he does this Jimmy and all that but it just looks like that is all fine rights of courage is having a good time out there he's the guy that came up in all the three is the deep threes and everything along those lines but if you're the two time finals MVP or excuse me the two time regular season MVP if you're the greatest shooter in history to sport you kind of have to have an edge like that okay so I like the fact that in this documentary you could watch it it's on Facebook watch it's free you can go on there and watch it for free okay it's got a nice to see that side of Steph curry like we all know that he's a competitor but he doesn't really show that side even like when Steph curry gets pumped up it's kind of like the Chevy right it's more of the fun when you look at it like from the lebron James perspective like member years ago when he was playing the Golden State Warriors when they came back from that three to one lead and when he block Steph curry he's like yelling at his face like that type of stuff when lebron James goes not see as the primal scream's right Kobe Bryant had where he'd stick out the bottom of his job out Michael Jordan of course we all know what a competitor he was right so like those type of guys you could see the motivation you could see the arrogance so to speak right like they wanted you to know that they were beating you they wanted you to know this and you always knew that they were extremely cocky right like lebron James remember he said I know I'm confident because I'm the best player in the world like that type of stuff we don't really see that from a guy like Steph curry which I guess in some sense is kind of refreshing we see it looks like the times he's motivated it's kind of like he's just haven't funny **** me and he's doing all that different type of stuff we don't see this side of Steph curry yeah I'll talk some trash but we don't see it to the level like some of these other guys in the NBA have done in the past like a Larry Bird who will tell you where he's gonna score and you and that type of stuff right like Michael Jordan one of the best trash talkers in the history of the sport we don't see that same type of thing as it pertains to Steph curry so I kinda like in this Facebook watch thing Steph curry St yeah we had that believe you mentality and remember one of the things that irk Steph curry is before game six of the Western Conference finals the night before Steph curry wanted to get like a shooting session it right you want to get some shots up and Chris Paul wouldn't let him on the court they won't even let him split it they decided to basically say are you know we're gonna do here is Chris Paul needs the whole court right respond the vocal cord to get ready for the game okay needs the whole court so Steph curry could get is normal jumpshot routine in or whatever it was and then after the game we see Steph curry come off the floor and you see Draymond green waiting form says kick me off the court again right so we finally see that side of Steph curry and that's what I'm hoping we get from Steph curry in this upcoming season because if you think about it everybody is not taking the war you're seriously anymore because they lose governor and I understand it ends you have clay Thompson somebody that is going to be back in Seoul at the very earliest like a couple weeks before the postseason memories coming off an ACL injury and you would think when you look about it look at it from this perspective when you look at it as a pertains to the war years they're going to want to play this really carefully really really carefully with Klay Thompson because of the fact that they brought one guy back to early when you look at a Kevin Durant they brought him back to early and what happened here do you think they play this very cautiously so I understand why there is a down turn towards the warriors there should be they're not nearly the team they used to be what the thing that I'm most intrigued about as it pertains to their upcoming season is what is Steph curry gonna do because for the first time a couple years it is without question his deep now the fan base always Saturday Steph curry's team the fan base always thought that Steph curry was there a guy right because he was there before Kevin Durant he was a two time league MVP before Kevin Durant he won a championship before Kevin Durant ever got there not to mention the fact that the warriors were a joke of a franchise and then Steph curry became this unbelievable superstar and it made them the most intriguing watch in the NBA so they're always going to be odd Steph curry side but now I want to see when Steph curry has this opportunity for a couple of months when Klay Thompson's not plank and I understand they bring over a guy like d'angelo Russell which I still don't have any idea how that's gonna work give a ball dominant guard like demands Russell to play alongside Steph curry it seems like that could be an odd fit so to speak I don't know how great that's going to be but none the less when I look at it from this perspective going for it I cannot wait like this is the most intrigued I've been to watch Steph curry play basketball in a couple of years because here's the reality of it we all knew when Kevin Durant went to the warriors it was over right we know that they were gonna win the championship and we know for the past two years they were gonna win the NBA championship and now when we look at it right now when we look at the situation we see it as all right they're not going to win a championship and even last year like they were going to win the title but Kevin Durant got hurt they would be to raptors of Kevin Durant didn't get hurt heck they could have a chance if Klay Thompson didn't didn't get hurt because they were going to win that game six they were playing better than the raptors in the games except they couldn't beat the raptors maybe they wouldn't but nonetheless a chance at a game seven in of Kevin Durant ever gets hurt we know that they win the NBA championship but for the first time in ages it now goes back to all about Steph curry and I remember back to when Steph curry was emerging as this superstar in the NBA so to speak and we all were having fun with it right we all were having fun with the Steph curry experience if you will we're all having fun with Steph curry Jack in a bunch of trees and Steph curry be in the league MVP when he came onto the scene now it took a couple years to get going yet ankle injuries and all that different type of stuff and really when they went out and hired Steve Kerr he went to next level Steph curry he went to the MVP level Steph curry right so it took a couple of years but once he became that player remember the war years dynasty when it originally started it was fun it was intriguing it was all about the splash brothers and now it's going to be all about one of the splash brothers because clay Thompson is no longer in the line up anymore because he's been dealing with this torn ACL he's gonna come back at the end the season but I can't wait to see like four or five months of Steph curry just bobbing up Terese Steph curry I hope that he leads the league in scoring X. year because he leads the league in scoring next year that means we're going to get an entertaining brand of basketball from the Golden State Warriors were Steph curry is being the Steph curry that we saw from a couple years ago prior to the Kevin Durant situation where he just says you know what I'm the best player in the earth weather and ideas and clearly that's lebron James are quite letter it's not Steph curry at this particular point in time but clearly he believes that I'm the best shooter in history to sport that's for damn sure and he just decide you know it's grown I'm just gonna bomb up three that's what I wanna see Steph curry he's got his team back he's got to be gone **** gonna be taking probably more three point attempts then he's ever taken because he goes to the basket less now that he's getting a little bit older in his NBA career so that's my number one story line I want to see any of you next year what does Steph curry look like without Kevin Durant without Klay Thompson now he's got a mention d'angelo Russell see how that caring work so to speak and see how many shots and get up again I was the only shot this guy get every day because that where else you're getting the scorer scoring this identity ends Russell the answer is no where so he's going to have to put up like thirty two thirty

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Golden State Warriors, Kevin Durant And Bob Myers discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Golden State Warriors, Kevin Durant And Bob Myers discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

"The Golden State Warriors stayed alive in the NBA finals. They beat the Toronto. Raptors one zero six zero five in Canada. But in the process, they lost forward, Kevin Durant who went down with an apparent achilles injury in the second quarter the warriors get within three games to two in the series. But head coach Steve Kerr could not completely enjoy it so bizarre feeling that we all have right now, an incredible win and a horrible loss at the same time at this. Point, the warriors are not exactly sure how severe Durant's injury is GM. Bob Myers heaven headed. It's an achilles injury. I don't know the extent of it. He'll have an MRI tomorrow. Boy, you can hear the emotion Myers, voice, ESPN reporting, the warriors believe in MRI today. We'll confirm that Durant suffered a torn achilles. Durant scored eleven points in twelve minutes before going down. Steph curry finished with thirty one points, Klay, Thompson added twenty six the two combined to shoot twelve of twenty seven from three point range game six

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Kevin Durant practicing with Warriors ahead of Game 5

Golic & Wingo

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Kevin Durant practicing with Warriors ahead of Game 5

"Out in the NBA the warriors face limitation tonight. They may have some reinforcements on the way. Kevin Durant was finally cleared to practice over the weekend. He's list of his questionable for now under head coach Steve Kerr, the warriors are eight and one in the NBA finals with Kevin Durant. That's really good. But they're eight and nine in the NBA finals without it. That's not as

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"steve kerr" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"steve kerr" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Are at this week's conversation is with NBA head coach Steve Kerr, and he's a coach of the Golden State Warriors. And if you're familiar with possible, you know, that they had been on an absolute tear for the last handful of years. It's been an amazing building of team chemistry and performance that Steve has been part of at the helm of. And it's just flat out ridiculous. What they've done. And so this conversation is working on pack and decode how how has he done that who has he become and who is he working on becoming and what is the path that led him to both of those places in more. Specifically he this is his fifth year as head coach with the team. And during that time he's helped the team towards three NBA championships for straight NBA final appearances the NBA single season win record seventy three wins in NBA coach of the year award in twenty fifteen twenty sixteen in four of the five. Winningest seasons in franchise history loaded so Steve who won five NBA championships during a fifteen year playing career now has eight championships. Either the player in a coach and is the first to win three NBA titles as a player and three as a coach so outcome. Yes. He's got. But this conversation is not about the outcome. It's about the process. It's about the way he thinks in organizes his life in for those of you unfamiliar with the Seattle Seahawks, which is an NFL team the head coach at that organization is p Carol he's also a partner in a business that we fired up together compete to create and his whole philosophy inside of that organization is to always compete compete to become the best version of yourself compete to be a best dad, the best son, the best friend the best coach the best player, whatever the role is at hand. And Steve has made a point to. To revolve, the warriors culture around joy and in this conversation. We discuss how Steve went on about building the warriors culture, and what he is most hungry for his biggest challenges at the moment. And then finding a way to keep the warriors driven and hungry and playing with joy after they've already experienced so much previous success and so winning after winning success after success is a whole different type of challenge. And Steve has a brilliant mind, A Beautiful Mind, and the way he expresses that genius inside a basketball is rare in its unique. And I think you're gonna love his insights, not just for basketball though, but life as a whole and with that, let's jump right into this conversation with coach Steve Kerr. Steve, how are you? I'm good. How are you Mike? Thanks for taking the time. I've been looking forward to having this conversation with you for a while. Pleasure. So the first time we met it was number years ago up at the Seahawks. And it was really exciting to see how you were getting your head around your philosophy in what it is that you wanted to do as a as a beginning. Coach has a beginning phase of your life of coaching. And I just say, wow, congratulations. What you've done and how you've done it like remarkable. Well, thank you, dad. Never could've Agean that our team would have this kind of success. I knew was taking a really good job. We had a lot of talent. But to think that it would all come together like this. I never never could see that coming. But it was it really was a great time for me that that summer. Trying to figure out you know, how I wanted to coach and. My visit to Seattle seeing using Pete watching the Seahawks practice for a few days. Just seeing their culture senior environment was a huge influence on me. And and it continues to be so, you know, Pete Pete remains a good friend, and we talk quite a bit. And I love the way he goes about his business. And that was a big experience for me in terms of helping me become the coach I am. Now, you know, one of the things that struck me about that brief intense time that we had was how. Great of student. You are. And now I'm saying that in you've won. I think today eight championships, and you won a handful five of them as a player, and then like to watch you learn I was like okay here we go..

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"steve kerr" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"steve kerr" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Are at this week's conversation is with NBA head coach Steve Kerr, and he's a coach of the Golden State Warriors. And if you're familiar with possible, you know, that they had been on an absolute tear for the last handful of years. It's been an amazing building of team chemistry and performance that Steve has been part of at the helm of. And it's just flat out ridiculous. What they've done. And so this conversation is working on pack and decode how how has he done that who has he become and who is he working on becoming and what is the path that led him to both of those places in more. Specifically he this is his fifth year as head coach with the team. And during that time he's helped the team towards three NBA championships for straight NBA final appearances the NBA single season win record seventy three wins in NBA coach of the year award in twenty fifteen twenty sixteen in four of the five. Winningest seasons in franchise history loaded so Steve who won five NBA championships during a fifteen year playing career now has eight championships. Either the player in a coach and is the first to win three NBA titles as a player and three as a coach so outcome. Yes. He's got it. But this conversation is not about the outcome. It's about the process. It's about the way he thinks in organizes his life in for those of you unfamiliar with the Seattle Seahawks, which is an NFL team the head coach at that organization is p Carol he's also a partner in a business that we fired up together compete to create and his whole philosophy inside of that organization is to always compete compete to become the best version of yourself compete to be best dad, the best son, the best friend the best coach the best player, whatever the role is at hand. And Steve has made a point to. Revolve, the warriors culture around joy and in this conversation. We discuss how Steve went on about building the warriors culture, and what he is most hungry for his biggest challenges at the moment. And then finding a way to keep the warriors driven and hungry and playing with joy after they've already experienced so much previous success and so winning after winning success after success is a whole different type of challenge. And Steve has a brilliant mind, A Beautiful Mind, and the way he expresses that genius inside a basketball is rare in its unique. And I think you're gonna love his insights, not just for basketball though, but life as a whole and with that, let's jump right into this conversation with coach Steve Kerr. Steve, how are you? I'm good. How are you Mike? Thanks for taking the time. I've been looking forward to having this conversation with you for a while. I pleasure. So the first time we met it was number years ago up at the Seahawks. And it was really exciting to see how you were getting your head around your philosophy in what it is that you wanted to do as a as a beginning. Coach has a beginning phase of your life of coaching and say, wow, congratulations. What you've done and how you've done it like remarkable. Well, thank you. I never could've Agean that our team would have this kind of success. I knew was taking a really good job knew we had a lot of talent. But to think that it would all come together like this. I never never could see that coming. But it was it really was a great time for me that that summer. Trying to figure out you know, how I wanted to coach and my visit to Seattle seeing using Pete's watching the Seahawks practice for a few days. Just seeing their culture senior environment was a huge influence on me. And and it continues to be so, you know, Pete Pete remains a good friend, and we talk quite a bit. And I love the way he goes about his business. And you know, that was a big experience for me in terms of, you know, helping me become the coach I am now, you know, one of the things that struck me about that brief intense time that we had was how. Great of a student. You are. And you know, I'm saying that in you've won. I think today eight championships, and you won a handful five of them as a player, and then like to watch you learn I was like okay here we go..

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"steve kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"steve kerr" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Zaza appeared to have like a large group of georgians putting him like georgia the country georgians accompanying him around that's who they were i did not i did not have time or space to ask who they were the real georgia as cold yeah he's as you know he's quite a popular figure in his native land and i wanna say yeah there were least ten or twelve georgians in the party celebrating was they weren't the game too it wasn't just that the party i'm glad you brought up mike ground because in your infamous steph curry birthday dance which i believe you blamed on heineken and otherwise you know and otherwise reputable beverage mike brown was the real mvp he just he got overshadowed if for his dance performance in that video i soon there some video of steve kerr dancing at this party there has to be right or there's if there's video this'll just happened two thousand eighteen yeah of of course there's a video big others watching did you improve did you improve your performance on july still got dad moves unfortunately that that's true i was told by one of your closest confidence on the team that the champagne drenching of you in the locker room you're probably not gonna wanna talk about this but that that the sort of an inner circle of people what you walked in got you in a huddle and drenched you and champagne and that it struck this guys is sort of even more emotional than your typical sort of champagnespraying is ask the've about the champagne sort of huddle or whatever is do you have any idea what i'm referring to oh yeah course you know you know as you as the players are beginning their celebration you know it seems like everybody's sort of gets their individual dousing you know and so one after one after another guy's going into the middle of the of the huddle and everybody's opening up a new bottle and just you know spraying champagne all over that guy and so i had my turn and i think it was the last one in there about on the floor doing media or something and walked in there and just got destroyed.

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"steve kerr" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"steve kerr" Discussed on The Full 48

"Steve kerr coming up something i've been wondering is this is an incredible time or a very interesting time i've been covering this league for twenty one years you've been in this league even longer just in the sports world in general everything has changed so much in the last couple of years for wide variety reasons whether it's guns whether it's trump whether it and so there's a there's a level of engagement that that we've i don't think we've seen in our lifetimes it says something i always wonder and i don't know that anybody has the answer to this but just your opinion is this the new normal is like the stick to sports truly over no matter how many people may say that to you or to me on twitter or whatever else but is this is the new normal where whether it's you or steph or pop or colin kaepernick in these paying a stiff price for it but we've turned a corner here where no one's being even if someone's being told to stay in some arbitrary lane no one's gonna feel bound by that name live i think so and i think the times call for that you know it's you think about other other times in sports history where athletes became very vocal with time skull for the civil rights with a bill russell and kareem and lee jim brown they just kind of had enough and they realized how much power they had and that their voices could be heard and so they were really powerful in their messaging and they.

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"steve kerr" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"steve kerr" Discussed on The Full 48

"Physical fortyeight howard beck senior nba writer for bleacher report my guest this week worse coach steve kerr this was a typically interesting week for the warriors they manage generate a lot of headlines regardless of what's going on but this has been a week where we've seen everything from steph curry celebrating his thirtieth birthday with the big bash that got a lot of attention some video leaking including steve kerr let's call it dancing i guess it was kind of like dancing and then all the way through a game on wednesday night where they didn't have steph curry didn't have dream on green didn't have klay thompson they had kind of a ragtag group out there still wanna tough game against the lakers and in between we had steve kerr as the featured speaker at a town hall on gun violence in the bay area and a visit by the motivational speaker tony robbins to war here's practice so to me this was like a week that was emblematic of who the warriors are a team that is always interesting both on and off the court and where you know the social consciousness of the day that has become a pervasive part of sports last couple of years the warriors obviously in the thick of that and they were again this week so it was it was a great week by happenstance that i happen to be around the team of bit and steve was kind enough to give me some time to talk about all of those things and look i don't i don't need to tell you you know all the ins and outs of of what we're going to discuss in this podcast because as you can guess it is the full range because steve kerr always one of the most thoughtful people in this league so yeah we talked some basketball but more just philosophy of how he runs the team the way he coaches the way he sees his relationship with the players and the way he sees himself in this moment as someone who has.

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"steve kerr" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"steve kerr" Discussed on The Full 48

"Physical fortyeight howard beck senior nba writer for bleacher report my guest this week worse coach steve kerr this was a typically interesting week for the warriors they manage generate a lot of headlines regardless of what's going on but this has been a week where we've seen everything from steph curry celebrating his thirtieth birthday with the big bash that got a lot of attention some video leaking including steve kerr let's call it dancing i guess it was kind of like dancing and then all the way through a game on wednesday night where they didn't have steph curry didn't have dream on green didn't have klay thompson they had kind of a ragtag group out there still wanna tough game against the lakers and in between we had steve kerr as the featured speaker at a town hall on gun violence in the bay area and a visit by the motivational speaker tony robbins to war here's practice so to me this was like a week that was emblematic of who the warriors are a team that is always interesting both on and off the court and where you know the social consciousness of the day that has become a pervasive part of sports last couple of years the warriors obviously in the thick of that and they were again this week so it was it was a great week by happenstance that i happen to be around the team of bit and steve was kind enough to give me some time to talk about all of those things and look i don't i don't need to tell you you know all the ins and outs of of what we're going to discuss in this podcast because as you can guess it is the full range because steve kerr always one of the most thoughtful people in this league so yeah we talked some basketball but more just philosophy of how he runs the team the way he coaches the way he sees his relationship with the players and the way he sees himself in this moment as someone who has.

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"steve kerr" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"steve kerr" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Things i take away from this that really jump out to me what steve kerr did number one is steve kerr knows the number one criticism of him right now in the nba nba's will help anybody could these guys luke walton won like 25 straight mike brown's been fired multiple times he won so steve kerr knows that that the number one criticism of him as anybody could do this yet he has the self confidence to let his players coached the team like how how much does that tell you about the confidence and the selfesteem and the raw intelligence of steve kerr that knowing that people are going to push back and go he's like non good i know i know i know what i'm doing that's the number one thing the second thing is he acknowledges that the golden state warriors on their fourth straight voyage to the finals by the way only the second for the katie warriors he acknowledges there fried they are shot their board he's charlie brown's teacher so the number one point is that shows the great confidence of steve kerr my second point is the bronze making his eighth straight voyage to the nba finals and you folks won't give lebrun a break when he says he got a little tired or has an off night now think about this staff clay durant draymond deep bench their fried as they seek their fourth and they live in a what i would call a dynamic towns san francisco's silicon valley great weather to dynamic town lebrun lives in cold dark cleveland he's going for his eighth straight final and none of you will give him a break when he has a bad january are you kidding me you got all these guys in san francisco frankly the kevin durant warriors or not even a they're a year and a half into this very shocked fried tedious annoyed board lebron's on his aides straight trip and you're siding with isaiah.

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"steve kerr" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"steve kerr" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Listen i like to see especially in sports and especially as the guy for the lowest roam the sidelines for a 2020 to a girls lacrosse theme was one of the best teams in the country i know with disrespect feels like from other coaches adds though i am at protector of respecting the other dream ram respect or any other grant which is fine for thirteen year old girls yeah professional athletes are professionals i walked over to an opposing sideline once and yelled at a thirteen year old girl well that's why you were talking trash me though i mean respect that where it's all about you respect may i respect you at trivia auto early neighbors he certainly respect steve kerr ed steve kerr showed no respect back to uh jt winner you just change the initials too because i think you were calling him j something else before jp or calling him before it's privy auto now never mind uh so i wanna get into this lane johnson tedy bruschi beef oh early welcome back greg thank you i appreciate we've been calling a bruski baghdad bruschi ends and blame johnson doesn't mind going after baghdad bruschi so because any time there's a patriot scandal bruschi where he's always in bristol the days of patriots scandal i'm pretty sure he comes in by flew from foxborough a just whenever there is a scandal he just got a he's gonna zip line or something straight from foxborough for to the first base as the first takes at gillette stadium for this uh that lie wait minute bella check deploys him like a submarine mess long zip line and so lane johnson is known as this and eightlane johnson said that that the patriots have a fear babies culture and tedy bruschi came back with i don't know what you're talking about i had a lot of fun the ghirma put this on the poll do you think lame johnson tedy bruschi defying fund different.

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"steve kerr" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"steve kerr" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Listen i like to see especially in sports and especially as the guy for the lowest roam the sidelines for a 2020 to a girls lacrosse theme was one of the best teams in the country i know with disrespect feels like from other coaches adds though i am at protector of respecting the other dream ram respect or any other grant which is fine for thirteen year old girls yeah professional athletes are professionals i walked over to an opposing sideline once and yelled at a thirteen year old girl well that's why you were talking trash tomato me though i mean respect that where it's all about you respect may i respect you at trivia auto early neighbors he certainly respect steve kerr ed steve kerr showed no respect back to uh jt winner you just change the initials too because i think you were calling him j something else before jp or calling him before it's privy auto now never mind uh so i wanna get into this lane johnson tedy bruschi beef oh early welcome back greg thank you i appreciate we've been calling a bruski baghdad bruschi ends and blame johnson doesn't mind going after baghdad bruschi so because any time there's a patriot scandal bruschi where he's always in bristol the days of patriots scandal i'm pretty sure he comes in by flew from foxborough a just whenever there is a scandal he just got a he's gonna zip line or something straight from foxborough for to the first base as the first takes at gillette stadium for this uh that lie wait minute bella check deploys him like a submarine mess long zip line and so lane johnson is known as this and eightlane johnson said that that the patriots have a fear babies culture and tedy bruschi came back with i don't know what you're talking about i had a lot of fun the ghirma put this on the poll do you think lame johnson tedy bruschi defying fund different.

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"steve kerr" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"steve kerr" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Listen i like to see especially in sports and especially as the guy for the lowest roam the sidelines for a 2020 to a girls lacrosse theme was one of the best teams in the country i know with disrespect feels like from other coaches adds though i am at protector of respecting the other dream ram respect or any other grant which is fine for thirteen year old girls yeah professional athletes are professionals i walked over to an opposing sideline once and yelled at a thirteen year old girl well that's why you were talking trash tomato me though i mean respect that where it's all about you respect may i respect you at trivia auto early neighbors he certainly respect steve kerr ed steve kerr showed no respect back to uh jt winner you just change the initials too because i think you were calling him j something else before jp or calling him before it's privy auto now never mind uh so i wanna get into this lane johnson tedy bruschi beef oh early welcome back greg thank you i appreciate we've been calling a bruski baghdad bruschi ends and blame johnson doesn't mind going after baghdad bruschi so because any time there's a patriot scandal bruschi where he's always in bristol the days of patriots scandal i'm pretty sure he comes in by flew from foxborough a just whenever there is a scandal he just got a he's gonna zip line or something straight from foxborough for to the first base as the first takes at gillette stadium for this uh that lie wait minute bella check deploys him like a submarine mess long zip line and so lane johnson is known as this and eightlane johnson said that that the patriots have a fear babies culture and tedy bruschi came back with i don't know what you're talking about i had a lot of fun the ghirma put this on the poll do you think lame johnson tedy bruschi defying fund different.

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"steve kerr" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"steve kerr" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Listen i like to see especially in sports and especially as the guy for the lowest roam the sidelines for a 2020 to a girls lacrosse theme was one of the best teams in the country i know with disrespect feels like from other coaches adds though i am at protector of respecting the other dream ram respect or any other grant which is fine for thirteen year old girls yeah professional athletes are professionals i walked over to an opposing sideline once and yelled at a thirteen year old girl well that's why you were talking trash me though i mean respect that where it's all about you respect may i respect you at trivia auto early neighbors he certainly respect steve kerr ed steve kerr showed no respect back to uh jt winner you just change the initials too because i think you were calling him j something else before jp or calling him before it's privy auto now never mind uh so i wanna get into this lane johnson tedy bruschi beef oh early welcome back greg thank you i appreciate we've been calling a bruski baghdad bruschi ends and blame johnson doesn't mind going after baghdad bruschi so because any time there's a patriot scandal bruschi where he's always in bristol the days of patriots scandal i'm pretty sure he comes in by flew from foxborough a just whenever there is a scandal he just got a he's gonna zip line or something straight from foxborough for to the first base as the first takes at gillette stadium for this uh that lie wait minute bella check deploys him like a submarine mess long zip line and so lane johnson is known as this and eightlane johnson said that that the patriots have a fear babies culture and tedy bruschi came back with i don't know what you're talking about i had a lot of fun the ghirma put this on the poll do you think lame johnson tedy bruschi defying fund different.

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"steve kerr" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"steve kerr" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Gunman's named wrong four times gamma put it on the poll what's more disrespectful to jay triano that steve kerr let his players call the game last night or the greg coating can't get his name night and saying j tryanny it's triano that's what you say it's j pig steve carr should and do that dan it's a head coach regardless of what his name is yet he's a fellow head coach who deserve some summary spell from a love of god i doubt feelings of the head coach lazard leaves white turn on him feelings that gouging at guy lucky to have a job running that franchise in the ground i mean like steve kerr this guy probably paid his dues and all the only one is talking about the allstar break it needs to get away and get on a beach and we laugh and get away from draymond green is steve kerr the players are talking about it steve carr whose tired so go to a beijing relax stop coaching don't take the money do that give it to draymond green split it amongst the players led a young assistant have a chance to to this allstar team it doesn't matter and this is why everyone's bad given the red because draymond green who's not playing coaches the team and they won by 46 it's too easy it's ruin the unbia was to god's here no one wants to hear how hard steve kerr's job is lays we're not here for that and i know he's gone through all full back pain and all sorts of illness as head coach we just don't want to hear it then you play the straw man play last lay not play the straw man and it has i don't believe that any heard anything from steve kerr talking about how hard his job a oil like my grind to argue against something that has its own espoused by steve carr safeguard no point is mentioned how hard his job is he won't shut up about it yeah rilya's quiet straw man.

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"steve kerr" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"steve kerr" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Gunman's named wrong four times gamma put it on the poll what's more disrespectful to jay triano that steve kerr let his players call the game last night or the greg coating can't get his name night and saying j tryanny it's triano that's what you say it's j pig steve carr should and do that dan it's a head coach regardless of what his name is yet he's a fellow head coach who deserve some summary spell from a love of god i doubt feelings of the head coach lazard leaves white turn on him feelings that gouging at guy lucky to have a job running that franchise in the ground i mean i'm like steve kerr this guy probably paid his dues and all the only one is talking about the allstar break it needs to get away and get on a beach and we laugh and get away from draymond green is steve kerr the players are talking about it steve carr whose tired so go to a beijing relax stop coaching don't take the money do that give it to draymond green split it amongst the players led a young assistant have a chance to to this allstar team it doesn't matter and this is why everyone's bad given the red because draymond green who's not playing coaches the team and they won by 46 it's too easy it's ruin the unbia was to god's here no one wants to hear how hard steve kerr's job is lays we're not here for that and i know he's gone through all full back pain and all sorts of illness as head coach we just don't want to hear it then you play the straw man play last lay not play the straw man and it has i don't believe that any heard anything from steve kerr talking about how hard his job a oil like my grind to argue against something that has its own espoused by steve carr safeguard no point is mentioned how hard his job is he won't shut up about it yeah rilya's quiet straw man.

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"steve kerr" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"steve kerr" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Gunman's named wrong four times gamma put it on the poll what's more disrespectful to jay triano that steve kerr let his players call the game last night or the greg coating can't get his name night and saying j tryanny it's triano that's what you say it's j pig steve carr should and do that dan it's a head coach regardless of what his name is yet he's a fellow head coach who deserve some summary spell from a love of god i doubt feelings of the head coach lazard leaves white turn on him feelings that gouging at guy lucky to have a job running that franchise in the ground i mean like steve kerr this guy probably paid his dues and all the only one is talking about the allstar break it needs to get away and get on a beach and we laugh and get away from draymond green is steve kerr the players are talking about it steve carr whose tired so go to a beijing relax stop coaching don't take the money do that give it to draymond green split it amongst the players led a young assistant have a chance to to this allstar team it doesn't matter and this is why everyone's bad given the red because draymond green who's not playing coaches the team and they won by 46 it's too easy it's ruin the unbia was to god's here no one wants to hear how hard steve kerr's job is lays we're not here for that and i know he's gone through all full back pain and all sorts of illness as head coach we just don't want to hear it then you play the straw man play last lay not play the straw man and it has i don't believe that any heard anything from steve kerr talking about how hard his job a oil like my grind to argue against something that has its own espoused by steve carr safeguard no point is mentioned how hard his job is he won't shut up about it yeah rilya's quiet straw man.

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