18 Burst results for "Ted Davis"
"ted davis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Can you tell me how that came up came about. You've done a lot of background reading and I very much appreciate that. It's not easy to keep up with all this stuff. But I became a friend of what happens years ago, We had a common interest. I can honestly tell you how I met him first, but I am an old New Yorker. I visited the city from time to time and ended up being a friend of books and other people in the trade in that area. And Bud had that idea. It wasn't my idea. He and a social worker named Ted Davis. Put together a set of 605 to false questions. That we're supposed to sort out people who had had an abduction experience from people who didn't They gave it to abductees. But they didn't have a way to compare it with other people who hadn't been abducted. I came into the picture because I'm was then a university professor had access to, uh, just students who could help me with research and obviously to populations of people. Some of whom many of whom knew nothing about Abductions or had never had that experience. Others of whom Uh, We asked to fake being an abductee. So It ended up that the test that Blood and Ted Davis had developed 605 questions was given to parents. Of students at McGill. Students at McGill. Some of whom we asked to take it by telling them it was just a new personality test. We gave them no background information. We just needed a basically a validation sample. Would you please test Take this test. Thank you very much, and we'll pat you on the head. There was no money involved here. Uh, the other people we asked to take this test and pretend that you were abducted. We had no reason to believe they were based on questionnaires that we gave out. And we asked them to imagine being abducted. By an alien and take the test as if that was the experience that influence tell you answer these questions. And then the third group with the people that Ted Davis and what happens, Hawkins had tested in New York before we even started our research. Those three groups. It's too complicated to explain statistically, we're completely separable once you once you did answers to these tests and compared them A technique called multiple discriminate. Analysis of anyone who's listening cares. But the answer is it was possible to discriminate between people whose abduction experience was quote real. Because psychologists to Bud had, uh, got into the field. Worked with those people and recognize that their traumas and their experiences were realistic. They were not confabulation. They were not Psychologically abnormal. They were psychologically upset a very different thing. So we were able to work that out, and that test has been confirmed since by work that's been done with other colleagues of mine. Working with contemporary UFO organizations. So it was a start on separating the wheat from the chaff. In other words, providing some Respectability and reliability to the phenomenon that goes beyond just seeing a UFO. But actually interacting with extraterrestrials. So that's right. Thank you. You've done a lot of reading. I'm glad Well, it's interesting because again it's an an innocuous name, the American personality inventory and and it's these true and false questions and never in the in the inventory in the test. Is someone asked about or is the word abduction used? My understanding is that that You're you're asking them what it is about the human experience that makes them comfortable or uncomfortable. And so how does that lead one to Don't know, surmise or conclude that someone may have been abducted by asking them. Are you comfortable with this uncomfortable with that? Well, first of all, there were 605 questions in the original question error. It turned out that 65 of them, and I can't tell you which ones they are right now. So I don't remember. We're discriminative made the difference. The others were useless. They didn't sort of anyone from anyone else. But you have done so much reading that I'm going to give you at least a B plus, even without seeing any of the work. You've done little list of Thank you. I'm appreciative. The fact that you've gone to the trouble and, uh, I don't usually get Questions or asked about this by people who have actually gone to the trouble reading the background material, So thank you. The point is, you can do this by first of all, accepting that you have a validation sample. That is a group of people. Who On your criteria were abducted. Those are the people that but and Ted had studied in the first place with corroborating evidence with other eyewitness testimony with close encounters and so forth, and so on. They also passed muster some of them not all of them. With psychologists who were asked to evaluate these people. Uh, without knowing what their background was and describe them, and these people were described as upset. As um, fearful. As anxious But not as Psychotic or neurotic or Arranged basically, so Bud and Ted knew that they had people whose abduction experiences were consistent. Often persistent. And, uh, they came out. Testing as disturbed people. Not upset people not psychologically. Abnormal people, and there's a big difference. You can be upset by a lot of things by grief by accident so forth and so on. It doesn't mean you're psychologically abnormal or your judgments can't be trusted. So that's the kind of people that were in the original sample. Then somewhat. The same thing happened with the second sample, which was a larger sample of people collected through an organization called the Mutual UFO Network. Group that I have belonged to where, um people with abduction experiences. Are invited to Basically submit their experiences in vet and a database. We contacted a lot of those people. I can't remember exactly how many now but got them to take the test and again. They tested very much the same way that the Hopkins and Davis abductees tested. And we published that data back in 2018. So we've done a lot of what you might call ground work on that, but to be fair There are dozens and dozens of people who've done equally good work dealing with people who claimed to be abducted without having even without having a psychological tests to fall back on. Just using empathy, using understanding and being clear, headed about what they're what they're hearing and from people. So the experience is Fortunately rare, but not, unfortunately not common, but not really rare. Put it that way. Yes, To that point back in back in. 91, of course, was that famous Roper poll, which but Hopkinson I believe it was Dr David Jacobs had commissioned or designed and according to that pool, something like was at 35 million. Americans may have been abducted. Now when you saw that, Paul, did you say that can't be. That's too high. We need to do further testing. I did you need look, you should go and get a course about this. You're you're you're leading. You're feeding me questions. That basically come out of my experience with this so that Have a great tribute to how much reading our background you have in this and I appreciate that. That poll was featured in as you Say to 1991.
"ted davis" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"The American personality inventory uh, the series of truth, true and false questions, which was really to determine whether someone has been Abducted. Can you tell me how that came up came about. You've done a lot of background reading and I very much appreciate that. It's not easy to keep up with all this stuff, but I was became a friend of what happens years ago, We had a common interest. I can honestly tell you how I met him first, but, uh I'm an old New Yorker. I visited the city from time to time and ended up being a friend of goods and other people in the trade in that area. And Bud had that idea. It wasn't my idea. He and a social worker named Ted Davis. Put together a set of 605 to false questions. That we're supposed to sort out people who had had an abduction experience from people who didn't They gave it to abductees. But they didn't have a way to compare it with other people who hadn't been abducted. I came into the picture because I'm it wasn't then and university professor had access to, uh to students who could help me with research and obviously to populations of people. Some of whom many of whom knew nothing about Abductions or had never had that experience. Others of whom Uh, We asked to fake being an abductee. So it ended up that the test that Blood and Ted Davis had developed 605 questions was given to parents. Of students at McGill. Students at McGill. Some of whom we asked to take it by telling them it was just a new personality test. We gave them no background information. We just needed a basically a validation sample. Would you please test take this test? Thank you very much. And we'll pat you on the head. There was no money involved here. The other people. We asked to take this test and pretend that you were abducted. We had no reason to believe they were based on questionnaires that we gave out. And we asked them to imagine being abducted by an alien. And take the test. As if that was the experience that influence tell you answer these questions. And then the third group with the people that Ted Davis and what happens, Hawkins had tested in New York before we even started our research. Those three groups. It's too complicated to explain statistically, we're completely separable once you once you did the answers to these tests and compared them by a technique called multiple discriminate. Analysis of anyone who's listening cares. But the answer is it was possible to discriminate between people whose abduction experience was quote real. Because psychologists to Bud had, uh, got into the field. Worked with those people and recognize that their traumas and their experiences were realistic. They were not confabulation. They were not psychologically abnormal. They were psychologically upset a very different thing. So we were able to work that out, And that test has been confirmed since by work that's been done with other colleagues of mine. Working with contemporary UFO organizations. So it was a start on separating the wheat from the chest. In other words, providing some Respectability and reliability to the phenomenon that goes beyond just seeing a UFO. But actually interacting with extraterrestrials. So that's right. Thank you problem. You've done a lot of reading. I'm glad Well, it's interesting because again it's in an innocuous name, the American personality inventory and and it's these true and false questions and never in the in the inventory in the test. Is someone asked about Or is the word abduction used? My understanding is that that you're you're asking them what it is about the human experience that makes them comfortable or uncomfortable. And so how does that lead? 12. Don't know, sir. Miser conclude that someone may have been abducted by asking them. Are you comfortable with this uncomfortable with that? Well, first of all, there were 605 questions in the original questionnaire. It turned out that 65 of them, and I can't tell you which ones they are right now. I don't remember. Were discriminated, made the difference. The others were useless. They didn't sort out anyone from anyone else. But you have done so much reading that I'm going to give you at least a B plus, even without seeing any of the work. You've done little list of Thank you. I'm appreciative. The fact that you've gone to the trouble and, uh, I don't usually get Questions or asked about this by people who have actually gone to the trouble of reading the background, betrayal, So thank you. The point is, you can do this by first of all, accepting that you have a validation sample. That is a group of people. Who On your criteria were abducted. Those are the people that but and Ted had studied in the first place with corroborating evidence with other eyewitness testimony with close encounters and so forth, and so on. They also passed muster some of them not all of them. With psychologists who were asked to evaluate these people. Uh, without knowing what their background was and described them and these people were described as upset. As um, fearful as anxious but not as psychotic or neurotic or Arranged basically, so Bud and Ted knew that they had people whose abduction experiences Were consistent. Often persistent. And, uh, they came out. Testing as disturbed people. Not upset people not psychologically. Abnormal people, and there's a big difference. You can be upset by a lot of things by grief by accident by so forth, and so on. It doesn't mean you're psychologically abnormal or your judgments can't be trusted, So that's the kind of people that were in the original sample..
"ted davis" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
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"ted davis" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"But i'm just saying as far as documentaries go but Yeah they they did a movie there like a couple of big name actors. I think who portrayed commun- and pamela anderson google it. You guys think i'm making this up. We're just jay. We have several titles. Ah we're censoring each other right now. And i and i when i see todd's brain working and it's not good. It's never good because he's a desperate man today because he had a sub-standard show and this is where you want to try to end. You know you're always going to at one eight one more one more joke. I can win you back. Who's on the show tomorrow. Todd ooh oh okay. It's just ruthless work-in-progress efforting ruthless. Did you guys google the pamela anderson and tommy lee movie. That's coming out or they film. I can't believe this is real lily. James and sebastian. Stan are going to be in the tommy. Lee pam anderson sex day video and seth rogan in. This movie isn't joke lily. James is a tremendous actress. Oh really yep okay. So this is a real deal. Does she work with pam anderson to make sure everything's correct in i don't know pam is involved in it. I don't i don't know if she's stick with the original. You know i don't. I don't think nancy. I don't want to spoil the ending todd. Final results of the poll question. If my city could acquire an athlete. Patrick mahomes at sixty two percent. Janas twenty four shohei all right Let's see Stephen florida hi steve. What's on your mind. Dan ojha privilege cova. Talk to you. in your opinion if the honest keeps us up in the next three or four years will be on your all. Nba all time team and my suggestion with todd. He's gotta leave. Like costanza does on the high no brother on the high no. Yeah but he got a thank. You brother todd brother tom. No jaanus would have to do a little bit more work to be on the all time team like this is a wonderful start. Be well on his way. But he's he's got. He's got some work to do to climb up that ladder. He's already a hall of famer. Career ends famer today. It certainly get into bucks. Ring of honor really low. Would he he in there that now. Yeah he'd go into the bucks ring of honor now. He's a hall of famer right now. Let's go around the room what we learned on the program. I'll start with the guy who had the sub-standard show similac legler's simply on with polling. All of us know you had a crappy. Show paulie sub-standard i'll take. What did you learn as usual. Edward or had more love edwards fritzy. Chris paul has the option to stay in phoenix for forty. Four million dollars thinks that seton todd. Fritz agoraphobia sufferer. What we learned brought to you by mercedes benz vans go far beyond from their customization options. Cutting tech five-star sales service financial support crew. So go the extra mile taken the all important for step into an authorized dealership today up..
"ted davis" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
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"ted davis" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Out of the club. For no reason. Because of fritzy's marquette i i know. Thank you coating. I mean. it's not really a knock against jeff teague as much as it is for cheese mock headlines where he's trying to come up with a headline and looking at the roster saying how do i come up with something out of this not of their own but that was a little insensitive by you guys a champion. He may not have made a major contribution. but he's got a rig. He started two games. This season more than i played their more love. You did with a block headline and then it turned into this. Ugly scene ryan in. Honolulu joins us to offer up his mark headlines. Good morning ryan What do you have for me today. Right to mark headlines I thought i'd do a clean up on all five four fritzy. Okay all right. We got the greek freak celebrates by smashing de'andre played in greek place That's that's a good reference right layered. Think think the bucks. Don't have the right coach. Mike said booting and holds them. I i got one for make love. And i know it's out there but it's really jelly. The real process just one in six hours. Okay you got one more all right. Let's finish off with sons players blame porta-pottys situation and fear of large crowd. Pull off thank you. Tell your wife off the cuff. Making fun of fritzy's issues. Yeah have you had a good show today in question curious. Shell they below average advertised. That's what we'll take a break last call for phone calls what we learn..
"ted davis" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Todd what do you think of going to the arena. Where the game's not being played to watch the gabe. Inside like suns fans were at phoenix. Is that a cool thing to ask you what you think. I would rather it at home. And i got my food and drink and everything and i don't need to be in the arena. Where the game's not even happening. There's a big screen and it's cool to be among your fellow fan. But i rather maybe have a small gathering in the house and go all the way to the arena and the teams playing milwaukee but the small gathering is you know couple of family makes me stop by could find a friend off the street in a neighbor may wanna pop in. I doubt it doubt. It'd probably not you don't like leaving your high i. It seemed a little strange but a lot of people go to the to the arena. Wanted you the rest of the day when you get home. I'm going to go for a little walk. Probably may take a nap. I'll continue with my phone. Lino possessively looking into guests. Because we don't have any for tomorrow anything else their hobbies or anything. That goes some lunch. I don't collect dan what we all have lunch. We'll have not unique to you I'm not gonna like binge watch something for five hours when get home or anything like that you don't you don't have to binge-watch i'm gonna pick my daughter up from camp later this afternoon and kind of figure out dinner. Nothing real. you'd say you you always go. I don't binge watch. And i don't. I don't binge watch either. Not accusing could watch. This is straight house. Y you don't watch a show when we go. Have you seen this show. Have you seen berry..
"ted davis" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Ben a fifty year journey. We've got a room at the top of the world tonight. Milwaukee left a celebration began. Wtmj the bucks radio network and the man making the call. Ted davis the bucks. Play by play announcer. And paulie pick this up with a tribute to shout out to tom. Petty in the lyrics room at the top and ted joins us on the program. Did you have scripted. Ted not really. I mean i had an idea. I wanted to connect fifty years to now and you know. I'm such a big. Tom petty fan. He's the only celebrity who when he died it really hit me emotionally because i love his music lovers lyrics there so simple nevada and i wanted to work that in somehow because hey the bucks do have a room at the top of the world tonight and as tom petty said i coming down. What did you think of. It felt like a coronation with sixty five thousand outside. Pactel's inside what. What was that feeling like for you. Trying to set the scene on radio well eight years ago I was doing games for the bucks when we honest was a rookie and middleton had just arrived from detroit and that team won fifteen games and You had trouble getting ten thousand people in the arena so To see where the bucks are now. I mean let's face it for a long time. Milwaukee was nba siberia to a lot of players. They come here was a cold weather city. It had an aging arena. They had one in a long time. And now you look at where they are with that beautiful arena. It's selling out every game. The deer district out there. I don't know how many people sixty sixty five thousand people just standing outside the. Nba is now a great viable market presence. At the age of twenty six twenty seven going into was prime I think is going to ensure that milwaukee is now a destination for players who wanna chase a ring because they know they can win here. The entire perception the franchise and in some ways. The city has changed. When did you realize how good how great jaanus could be you. Remember game or a moment. Probably in his third season jason kidd was the coach and the team really wasn't going anywhere may have been fourth season And kid just tossed the keys to him and said you play point guard for a while. And that's when he started having triple doubles our remember. He had a triple double the night. Kobe bryant retired The well there was the year he retired. It was his last game in milwaukee. And after that game jason kidd set up a private meeting off the bucks locker room. Just kid you honest and kobe bryant any honest that had a triple double that night the bucks who won the game and kobe bryant said the honest. You have the talent to be as good as you wanna be now. You want to work for it. And i think that little light bulb above honest as head saying man. If kobe thinks i can do it i can do it now. I think it's worth at work ethic within him anyway but we all knew little motivation. Ride a jumpstart or someone to kick us. I think that did and from that point on. We've seen the honest grow into this full blown battering ram mode..
"ted davis" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
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"ted davis" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"After he got injured he got better. It's amazing but congratulations milwaukee bucks milwaukee bucks fans. They bladed fifty years for this. And i thought it was. If you're into numerology was only appropriate janas puts up fifty as they end a fifty year drought in winning a championship. The early betting lines are out for next season. And it's no surprise. The nets are the favorites begins is trying to get as many bets as possible and teams like the nets and lakers bringing a ton of money. The lakers have the next best odds. Then it's the milwaukee bucks and if you're wondering who's more likely to get back to the nba finals. I'd probably say milwaukee. Because i don't know what's going to happen with chris paul. I do think they need a legitimate wing player to be able to help devon booker. Can you get somebody like that. I don't think the players. They have on their roster. Are those kind of players that they could even be. A khris middleton type but that's what they're going to need i still look out for the warriors the warriors with a high draft pick. Do they make a trade klay thompson. Coming back with steph with draymond green do they keep wiseman like this to me. That was my team to win the west this past year then clay. Clay went down but know kevin durant and james harden and kyrie irving. They play well when they play together. But they don't play together that often but Brooklyn the favorite to win the championship. Next year i guess there's no surprise with that. Eight seven seven three p. show email address. Tps dan patrick dot com twitter handle at dp shell. We will talk to the milwaukee bucks play by play voice..
"ted davis" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I couldn't help. But think of lebron james last night watching the greek freak in the milwaukee bucks celebrate. Follow me on this go back to win. Lebron rejoined the cleveland cavaliers. They had kyrie irving their kyri. It was his team yet. Kevin love that they traded for and lebron went back. And you thought okay they can keep this together. They just want a championship. They beat golden state. You had to young stars working with lebron and then what happened. Kyrie said no. Hey i'm the alpha. I want my own team and they ended up going to boston if they could have kept that together. What could they have accomplished. Probably another title or two. But this is what milwaukee. We'll have to guard against that. Everybody knows it's the greek freak team. He's the star player. But if you have somebody who wants to then go. Hey i don't like being robin. You know khris middleton want to be a bigger star. Does he want to. Does he want that opportunity to be a bigger star. Jrue holiday do they go. Hey you know what. I'm kind of getting lost here because you can say wow. Wouldn't you want to stay on a team like that. You got an unselfish superstar whose twenty six years of age. Yes you would. But he gets all the attention not that asking for it but he gets it we gave. Chris middleton some attention jrue holiday some attention even my holes or the coach a little attention. This is all about janas guys. They get jealous. Get envious they wanna be a star. I don't want to be a role player. I'm gonna be a star and i always. I'm always aware of this. I'm always curious about this. What happens when you win. What happens to the other players. There's always you're a player..
Giannis Goes on Attack as Bucks Force Game 7
"Will be a Game seven for the Bucks Net series. They're going to run out the time. The final here in Game six Bucks one. Oh, four Brooklyn Nets 89 Bucks radio Networks play by play announcer Ted Davis With the call at the end of Thursday's Game Advisor Forum. The deciding game of the series is Saturday, with the winner advancing to the Eastern Conference finals.
"ted davis" Discussed on The Steve Czaban Show
"Okay you ready to play breaker swished Ted I go. I unless light it up bricker Swish, these statements will be adjudicated by Ted to determine if they are indeed a brick or a switch we start with me. I couch is the dirtiest move in sports frustration even worse than the nut kick or punch brick or swish. Swish you know you need. Your is good. You can. You can live without your Joan. Pleasant but you know, yeah, you need your eyeballs to see God's sakes. Ted bricker Swish Janas will get ojected from tonight's game for being an escalator. He will not get a jacket. He doesn't like giving up the money and he's learned his lesson and he'll keep his cool. So that's a brick. bricker swish ten you said worse on the air about the officials and what presents did last night to get injected. Oh. Well, yeah. upset worth on the Arabs said worse off the year Now, where I sit a lot of times way up near the rafters, I can even do gestures and nobody can. Regular Swish political conventions we so much better if top musical acts would perform songs, inbetween speeches brick or swish our question anything to break up the speech monotony whether it's whether it's DNC are in see this is this is something that needs to happen. Yes. Ted Swish the Lakers have the toughest road to the NBA finals. I would say they do they've got the toughest first round matchup by banks those wish. They've got the hottest player in the League. They've got a team that I think is way better than they were during the regular season because they didn't have knowledge or Zach Collins for the entire regular season. Now they do I think the Lakers can win the series but I think that's the the toughest match up early in terms of a higher seed against a lower seed. British. Wish Ted you sage should the broadcast center like your Kim Noah did to the locker? Room. Yes, he was seen wafting a fistful of marijuana joints outside the hotel room was sage. Sage. Sage go ahead. Hey. You know whatever you gotTA relax I I want was with the mavericks that we were playing the Celtics at Boston Garden our before game time and I walk by the Locker Room and Robert Perez chief is standing outside in his uniform and he's making out with a woman in the hallway. So whatever you gotTa do to your. Are you serious in that? It was sage yeah or I thought it was marijuana now. Okay there are things that I do that I think are different and unique, and one of them is that I will do what's smudging locker room you know with either sage or sweetgrass. The smudge or to use some smoke in the locker room and changed. All Right Phil. So there you go. bricker Swish Ted it is never acceptable to go without a belt. Without a ballot Swish Nobel. Oh. Yeah. Got A t-shirt discovering your your pants or your short. Sure. Hope that those pants stay on your waist. They don't slip right off Josh. Ten bricker swish coach Bud will wear jeans again for today's game. I I don't know what happened there. That may have been a one time thing that may have been Abedi that he lost or something I just don't see the the genes look coming back. I said given that it's summertime in Orlando. If he really wanted to do something different I, mentioned this on my show, he could just go to the George. Let that rock. George Ricker Swish those jeans were a little too tight. Coach. Bud. It. That's a that's A. Good guy a third agency you and I are there should stay away from the night. Exactly. Bricker Swish finally ted? y'All came no is burning more than just sage in the NBA. Double. Well it's possible. Let me put it that way they're not testing for it. We know that so I don't know could be could be I ted have a great call today we'll miss you on our airwaves but I know you're ready to get the season the postseason started, and let's begin this glorious run to the Larry O'Brien. Thank. You know we all know this. There's nothing better than a neuner we have one. Eleven noon thirty I'm very good Ted Davis brought to you by Palermo's make Game Day. Great. That's today game. Day is today. Lunch with a Palermo's delicious brand of frozen Pizza Prima thin streaming Sicilian Connie's and urban pie Hilar- Wisconsin's hometown pizza. A restaurant in central China has apologized for asking customers to do this. Before placing their orders and the answer is not wear a mask that story and more next as we play mop up and catch up on a busy Tuesday.
"ted davis" Discussed on The Steve Czaban Show
"Votes. I don't know why I last twelve thousand. It's not Scott. Elements of sky with the sort of cotto but. Missing a lot of instruments it is it is what can anyone define Scott? Isn't it like Is Rocky Pop music with? Brass does that have a signature sort of time code? That is unique from other musical genres don't know. Sky's a music genre originated in Jamaica in the late nineteen fifties and was the precursor to rock steady and reggae combined elements of career, Caribbean Memento and Calypso with American jazz and Rhythm and Blues Trust. Is it true that former? Celtic Brian Ya blubbery leaney. Scott in nature skies characterized by walking brass line accented with rhythms than off the yep see walking brass line. which would get called for traveling even inside, we are ready for a championship run Ted Davis joins us now. Of Your Milwaukee. Bucks Good Morning Ted how you doing today. Good morning, we finally play basketball a regular season that started on October twenty four, th then What is it August? We finally have a playoff game Alleluia. Ted's brought to you by Palermo's Game Day great with planes delicious brands of frozen pizza including. Primo thin screaming Sicilian county's urban pie and more. Palermo's Wisconsin's hometown pizza coach. Bud was just tapering with his lineups using his starters for fewer minutes than just about any other. playoff-bound team in the bubble question were you tinkering with your calls Ted on the monitor the bubble restart? Thing you do in private. So No, I was doing that and not doing that. So, expect the same sort of vigorous call from you today now that these Games really count, oh? Yeah. Bubble Games are the same as regular season games are the same as preseason games you have to set a standard Xavier. I. Hear You. So speaking of setting a standard setting the tone I, I think today clean game one, win a solid clean wired almost wire-to-wire win as important. Am I just being naive? Does it matter how the Bucks Win Today as twelve and a half point favorites well, wins the win but yeah, you WanNa look decisive and send a message to Orlando that this is going. To be a short series look they beat the magic four times during the regular season the average margin of victory was seventeen. So they should take care of business as quickly as possible for would be nice I think Orlando might steal a game if they had a ton of threes in the bucks have a bad shooting game, but this should be over relatively soon. We're land is without a couple of guys including what is probably best player Jonathan Isaac and they don't shoot three's apparently, which is weird. I mean come on get with the Times. ORLANDO, why don't they shoot three's the shooter's to do it they don't have enough shooters I mean forty can shoot a three terrence Ross can shoot a three. Dj. Augustine. But that's really it You know they have the weapons to say Miami would have or Toronto would have and the loss of Jonathan Isaac M- Obama's is significant in particular Jonathan Isaac because that is the one guy that conceivably they could put on the honest and slow him down as I look at their roster right now they don't have anybody that can guard on it. So that'll be interesting to watch. No Buck is played more than two hundred total minutes at Disney so far by comparison, six trailblazers have played two hundred more minutes including Lillard and mccollum you've played over three hundred. So but is going to have to get this lineup the way he wants it in the next four or five games, right? Yeah, this is almost an extended run in a bubble before you get to hopefully the second round and the competition, we'll get better because I think it's GonNa be Miami. I think Miami will beat Indiana and that's going to be very competitive second round series. So last year but was going ten deep in the rotation most coaches that I've I've heard talk about. Playoff, rotations, they tighten it a little bit too maybe nine or eight but but has a deep roster. We'll see if he continues to do that or if he gets down to the eight or nine that he trust the most, and then that would mean more minutes for Middleton and the honest on the floor which I think in the long run with the good thing. No Bucks Lineup has played even twenty five minutes together in Orlando. And the starting five with bledsoe is only played sixteen minutes. So like this has been totally under wraps as Bud said why that is or we just sort of guessing. I think he viewed this as an eight game preseason and in the preseason that's about what you do your players starters about half the game I think he wanted to get them in game shape but not overextend them risk injury that resulted in some uneven play at times, and that's why they were three and five inside the bubble and You know we've talked about that switch that okay. They're going to throw the switch Janas over the. Weekend article on ESPN DOT COM said he doesn't believe in the switch theory and he thinks that they ought to hit the ground running today and they got to be better defensively. They've gotta move the ball better. He was frustrated by some of the things that happen in the bubble. So we'll see if some of that frustration can end today when they really have to turn it up another level and I think they're certainly capable of doing that. Did you notice anything different about the Games yesterday as the playoffs started the intensity level goes up. There's no question but I thought the the Games in the bubble of Tan the regular season were really good There were a lot of good games a lot of big time performances that continued yesterday with, Donovan? Mitchell. Mitchell's incredible performance in a loss of a very spirited game between the the Mavericks last night in the La Clippers dodge was outstanding porzingas got tossed. So these are going to be fun play. So I think it's a different atmosphere obviously I. think there's a almost a camaraderie there's going on down there of the teams that are in there and I think for the most part the players embraced this most unusual playoff he. Does shorten the rotation who plays less. All that you know that's interesting. I could be out I've Marvin Williams might not get as many minutes as you might think, oh, he's got to choose between say pack cotton and a PAL Korver. So those are the things that I'm sure they've talked about early. Some wiggle room against Orlando, they continue to go to the ten man rotation and Bud may do it again, he believes in the deputies roster even into the Eastern Conference finals last year he was going ten deep so he may do that again. Did the headbutts Baiano surprise. You Know because Wagner is the most head player in the NBA. A. Second would be marcus smart if you're making a list of head bubbles. But. But no move out there to do one thing way back. When way back in the distant past when Kareem was playing for the bucks, there was a player in the NBA named Dennis Autry he played for the Phoenix Suns and the Chicago Bulls and I think is the only reason he stayed in the League along time was the coach told him to go out there and irritate Kareem and he was able to do that like nobody else maybe that's wagner is role his brothers is kind of a to He's on Michigan's roster. So Franz Wachner..
"ted davis" Discussed on The Steve Czaban Show
"A lot different. How does Jaanus look? It's early. Lakers have clinched the number one seat out. West. No shock there. The bucks are about to do the same today. Yeah, and then a collision course. Should be on for what could be an amazing finals. We'll talk more about Ted Davis Next, plus we'll play breaker switch. You're listening to the Steve's Avon show in the game..
"ted davis" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"But the the narrative was written about Lebron because he did it without Anthony Davis at New Orleans and Zion but the narrative also could have been written about Yoenis doing it without his number two Khris Middleton on the road in Charlotte and the bucks being held down to the lowest point total in more than a year. They'd scored one hundred points per in every game for more than a year and Charlotte held him down there and Jaanus carries the day. It is pretty funny and you're right and there is a narrative push for the Braun as it should be because Lebron like I said was so outstanding to watch last night. He's playing younger than he is. He's leading that team is finishing. He's making the right decisions to like every idea of where he should go with. The past is the correct decision. Right so I get why. Lebron is in the MVP Conversation because he should be there should be in the MVP conversation. But I think it's funny like you said it comes this whole push because it was Diane Lebron and rightfully should be a big deal. I get it and comes on the night that also goes for forty twenty right. Yeah it's like we just kind of forget to talk about. Oyama said forty one and twenty but lebron making a move right and it's true but we just ignore that that's amazing output. He had forty one of the ninety seven points. The Bucks scored yesterday. Yeah I mean it's out of here. It's impressive by by every estimation listen. There's a lot of conversation to be had about that. Ted Davis the voice of the Milwaukee Bucks will join us from Miami. That's a big time Monday night matchup in the NBA..
"ted davis" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"George nori back with you along with Kathleen Martin we're talking about her latest work called extraterrestrial contact Kathleen move on the experience a research study that you're part of studied five hundred sixteen people tell us what happened. yes well members of the of refunds experience a research team often with advanced degrees and I had developed five hundred developed one hundred and eighteen questions in the questionnaire and we had a target goal of five hundred experience service that we wanted to take part in this then we had to face two of our study and in phase two of our study we wanted to use the site curled metric device in order to identify those who had UFO abductions syndrome now this device was developed five five Hopkins and Ted Davis who is a psychiatric social worker in New York and it doctor done see done dairy was involved in this he was the person who standardize it he spent his life as a social researcher and so there were initially six hundred questions and he reduced it over time to sixty five questions and this device would determine those who had UFO instructions syndrome because they had the knowledge and the emotional signature of sense as opposed to a group of simulators are what done called wannabes and then a third group were members of the general public who had very little knowledge about UFOs.
"ted davis" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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