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Grizzlies win 11th straight, beating Timberwolves 116-108

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00:42 sec | 3 d ago

Grizzlies win 11th straight, beating Timberwolves 116-108

"The the Grizzlies Grizzlies team team record record winning winning streak streak is is now now eleven eleven games games following following a a one one sixteen sixteen one one await await decision decision over over the the Timberwolves Timberwolves Desmond Desmond bane bane scored scored twenty twenty one one points points and and jaren jaren Jackson Jackson junior junior added added twenty twenty main main sensor sensor late late game game defense defense was was the the difference difference we we found found a a way way to to get get stops stops you you know know down down the the stretch stretch I I mean mean we've we've been been able able to to score score the the ball ball all all year year long long in in you you know know just just came came down down to to our our defense defense John John Moran Moran had had sixteen sixteen points points nine nine assists assists and and eight eight rebounds rebounds and and John John Kantar Kantar added added fifteen fifteen points points and and a a career career best best seventeen seventeen boards boards Brandon Brandon Clark Clark chipped chipped in in fourteen fourteen points points including including two two free free throws throws with with one one forty forty seven seven left left to to put put the the Grizzlies Grizzlies ahead ahead to to stay stay Anthony Anthony Edwards Edwards led led the the wolves wolves with with thirty thirty points points d'angelo d'angelo Russell Russell had had twenty twenty nine nine in in Karl Karl Anthony Anthony towns towns twenty twenty five five with with nine nine boards boards I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Seahawks win 38-30 to spoil Cardinals shot at NFC West title

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00:41 sec | Last week

Seahawks win 38-30 to spoil Cardinals shot at NFC West title

"The the rams rams claim claim the the NFC NFC west west title title with with the the cardinals cardinals thirty thirty eight eight thirty thirty loss loss to to Seattle Seattle Russell Russell Wilson Wilson threw threw for for three three TV's TV's ever ever shot shot penny penny ran ran for for one one hundred hundred ninety ninety yards yards and and a a touchdown touchdown Wilson Wilson had had two two hundred hundred thirty thirty eight eight yards yards passing passing in in what what could could have have been been his his final final game game with with Seattle Seattle I I love love playing playing here here I I sit sit out out there there and and I I love love the the city city I I love love being being here here and and everything everything else else and and so so you you know know I I also also love love went went into into you you know know we we also also got got a a you you do do whatever whatever it it takes takes to to make make sure sure that that we're we're doing doing that that and and I I think think that's that's the the standard standard that's that's what what I'm I'm that's that's what what I I believe believe in in so so I I got got to to do do my my part part starts starts with with me me first first James James Connors Connors scored scored two two touchdowns touchdowns in in the the third third quarter quarter before before Arizona Arizona lost lost for for the the sixth sixth time time in in ten ten games games since since a a seven seven or or no no start start the the cardinals cardinals have have to to settle settle for for the the fifth fifth seed seed and and a a road road game game in in the the wildcard wildcard round round on on the the ferry ferry

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NFL reduce isolation, Madden dies, Air Force, Gonzaga win

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01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

NFL reduce isolation, Madden dies, Air Force, Gonzaga win

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm John John Steph Steph curry curry regional regional milestone milestone Tuesday Tuesday as as the the warriors warriors host host of of the the nuggets nuggets his his three three pointer pointer near near the the end end of of the the third third quarter quarter was was the the three three thousandth thousandth of of his his career career what what his his twenty twenty three three points points not not enough enough as as Denver Denver edge edge Golden Golden State State eighty eighty nine nine eighty eighty six six the the bucs bucs won won their their fourth fourth straight straight as as you you listen listen to to the the group group will will have have twenty twenty eight eight points points as as Milwaukee Milwaukee beat beat Orlando Orlando one one twenty twenty seven seven one one ten ten lebron lebron James James Russell Russell Westbrook Westbrook both both posted posted triple triple doubles doubles James James with with thirty thirty two two points points eleven eleven boards boards eleven eleven assists assists Westbrook Westbrook twenty twenty four four twelve twelve and and ten ten as as the the Lakers Lakers snapped snapped a a five five game game losing losing skid skid what what the the one one thirty thirty two two one one twenty twenty three three women women in in Houston Houston John John Madden Madden considered considered the the face face of of the the NFL's NFL's Super Super Bowl Bowl winning winning coach coach broadcaster broadcaster and and name name behind behind the the popular popular Madden Madden NFL NFL video video game game has has died died at at the the age age of of eighty eighty five five Madden Madden first first came came to to prominence prominence as as the the coach coach of of the the Oakland Oakland Raiders Raiders worst worst teams teams advance advance to to seven seven AFC AFC title title games games ultimately ultimately winning winning Super Super Bowl Bowl eleven eleven is is seven seven fifty fifty nine nine winning winning percentage percentage is is the the best best among among NFL NFL coaches coaches with with more more than than one one hundred hundred games games but but none none gained gained even even more more recognition recognition money money moved moved into into broadcasting broadcasting becoming becoming the the prime prime color color commentator commentator for for CBS CBS fox fox ABC ABC and and NBC NBC there's there's a a P. P. rodeos rodeos Tom Tom Merrill Merrill the the NFL's NFL's reducing reducing isolation isolation time time for for players players who who test test positive positive for for gold gold at at nineteen nineteen and and are are a a symptomatic symptomatic including including unvaccinated unvaccinated players players two two five five days days from from ten ten J. J. Kersal Kersal caught caught a a twenty twenty six six yard yard go go ahead ahead touchdown touchdown pass pass from from Clayton Clayton tune tune with with three three twenty twenty seven seven left left to to help help number number twenty twenty one one Houston Houston it it was was seventeen seventeen thirteen thirteen victory victory over over Auburn Auburn in in the the Birmingham Birmingham bowl bowl Donovan Donovan Smith Smith threw threw for for two two hundred hundred fifty fifty two two yards yards and and a a touchdown touchdown he he ran ran for for another another score score Texas Texas tech tech beat beat Mississippi Mississippi state state thirty thirty four four seven seven in in the the liberty liberty bowl bowl Brayden Brayden point point return return to to the the temple temple lineup lineup after after missing missing fourteen fourteen games games with with an an injury injury he he had had a a pair pair of of goals goals of of the the lightning's lightning's five five four four overtime overtime win win over over Montreal Montreal yeah yeah I I mean mean the the game game is is in in change change but but you you know know some some of of the the timing timing was was a a little little off off you you know know kind kind of of six six spots spots little little bit bit off off in in the the in in the the early early parts parts of of the the game game and and just just kind kind of of felt felt better better as as it it went went on on I'm I'm John John AP AP sports sports

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Gilgeous-Alexander's triple-double leads Thunder past Denver

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00:30 sec | 3 weeks ago

Gilgeous-Alexander's triple-double leads Thunder past Denver

"J. J. gill gill just just Alexander Alexander recorded recorded his his second second career career triple triple double double as as the the thunder thunder dump dump the the nuggets nuggets one one await await ninety ninety four four killed killed as as Alexander Alexander delivered delivered twenty twenty seven seven points points eleven eleven rebounds rebounds and and twelve twelve assists assists in in the the first first triple triple double double by by a a thunder thunder player player at at home home since since Russell Russell Westbrook Westbrook over over two two and and a a half half years years ago ago Derrius Derrius basically basically had had seventeen seventeen points points eleven eleven rebounds rebounds and and Lou Lou Dore Dore had had fifteen fifteen points points in in the the thunder's thunder's largest largest margin margin of of victory victory reigning reigning MVP MVP McCauley McCauley okay okay chat chat a a quiet quiet night night for for the the nuggets nuggets finishing finishing with with just just thirteen thirteen points points seven seven boards boards and and three three assists assists I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Reaves' 3 at buzzer gives Lakers 107-104 win over Mavs in OT

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Reaves' 3 at buzzer gives Lakers 107-104 win over Mavs in OT

"Rookie rookie Austin Austin Reaves Reaves three three pointer pointer with with nine nine tenths tenths of of a a second second left left in in overtime overtime lifted lifted the the LA LA Lakers Lakers to to a a dramatic dramatic one one oh oh seven seven one one oh oh four four win win over over the the Dallas Dallas Mavericks Mavericks today today you you gotta gotta produce produce on on the the basketball basketball court court and and permitted permitted that that shot shot for for my my teammates teammates have have the the trusted trusted me me to to take take that that shot shot is is is is very very very very special special the the Lakers Lakers have have now now won won three three straight straight improved improved to to sixteen sixteen and and thirteen thirteen when when Ellington Ellington hit hit a a clutch clutch three three for for the the Lakers Lakers with with two two seconds seconds left left in in regulation regulation to to send send the the game game into into overtime overtime lebron lebron James James led led the the Lakers Lakers with with twenty twenty four four Russell Russell Westbrook Westbrook had had twenty twenty three three Anthony Anthony Davis Davis twenty twenty Reese Reese finished finished with with fifteen fifteen hitting hitting five five treys treys while while Jaylen Jaylen Brunson Brunson led led the the match match with with twenty twenty five five Kristofferson Kristofferson has has added added twenty twenty three three Bob Bob Stevens Stevens Dallas Dallas

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Lakers handle Celtics 117-102, split rivalry for season

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00:33 sec | Last month

Lakers handle Celtics 117-102, split rivalry for season

"The the Lakers Lakers got got a a big big night night from from their their big big three three as as they they rolled rolled over over the the Celtics Celtics one one seventeen seventeen to to one one oh oh two two lebron lebron James James scored scored thirty thirty points points Russell Russell Westbrook Westbrook twenty twenty four four and and Anthony Anthony Davis Davis added added seventeen seventeen with with sixteen sixteen rebounds rebounds the the lady lady took took a a five five point point lead lead at at halftime halftime then then out out scored scored the the seized seized thirty thirty one one twenty twenty in in the the third third to to take take a a commanding commanding lead lead into into the the final final quarter quarter Jayson Jayson Tatum Tatum led led Boston Boston with with thirty thirty four four Lakers Lakers back back over over five five hundred hundred thirteen thirteen and and twelve twelve Celtics Celtics also also now now thirteen thirteen and and twelve twelve mark mark Myers Myers Los Los Angeles Angeles

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101-year-old returns to Pearl Harbor to remember those lost

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00:59 min | Last month

101-year-old returns to Pearl Harbor to remember those lost

"It it was was eighty eighty years years ago ago Tuesday Tuesday that that the the Japanese Japanese bombed bombed Pearl Pearl Harbor Harbor killing killing more more than than twenty twenty three three hundred hundred American American troops troops and and launching launching the the US US into into World World War War two two as as the the Japanese Japanese bombs bombs started started falling falling US US navy navy seaman seaman first first class class David David Russell Russell ran ran below below deck deck on on the the USS USS Oklahoma Oklahoma they they started started closing closing the the hatch hatch he he said said and and he he made made a a decision decision that that likely likely saved saved his his life life I I decided decided to to get get out out of of there there he he said said once once he he got got to to the the main main deck deck he he jumped jumped over over burning burning seized seized when when nearby nearby ship ship I I just just made made a a big big leap leap that that I I cut cut a a hole hole a a line line that that was was hanging hanging over over the the side side of of the the Maryland Maryland and and I I horses horses myself myself bored bored Tomorrowland Tomorrowland within within minutes minutes his his battle battle ship ship would would capsize capsize under under a a barrage barrage of of torpedoes torpedoes four four hundred hundred twenty twenty nine nine sailors sailors and and marines marines from from the the Oklahoma Oklahoma would would die die David David Russell Russell is is now now one one hundred hundred one one years years old old and and lives lives in in Albany Albany Oregon Oregon on on Tuesday Tuesday he'll he'll return return to to Pearl Pearl Harbor Harbor for for ceremony ceremony in in honor honor of of those those who who died died that that day day I'm I'm ready ready to to fall fall away away

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Nets escape Timberwolves 110-105 behind Durant's 30

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Nets escape Timberwolves 110-105 behind Durant's 30

"Kevin Kevin Durant Durant delivered delivered thirty thirty points points in in the the nets nets fifty fifty victory victory in in six six games games a a one one ten ten one one oh oh five five down down into into the the timber timber walls walls to to rant rant was was twelve twelve of of thirteen thirteen from from the the line line in in leading leading five five nets nets with with at at least least ten ten points points Patty Patty mills mills finished finished with with twenty twenty three three points points it it was was a a real real orthodox orthodox top top of of flow flow to to the the game game that that that that you you know know we we just just couldn't couldn't get get into into any any rhythm rhythm for for for for anything anything James James harden harden contributed contributed twenty twenty with with nine nine assists assists and and seven seven rebounds rebounds Minnesota Minnesota led led one one oh oh one one ninety ninety nine nine until until Brooklyn Brooklyn scored scored the the next next six six points points the the wolves wolves were were competitive competitive despite despite the the absence absence of of Karl Karl Anthony Anthony towns towns because because of of a a bruised bruised tailbone tailbone deangelo deangelo Russell Russell led led the the Timberwolves Timberwolves with with twenty twenty one one points points while while Naz Naz Reid Reid and and Anthony Anthony Edwards Edwards each each had had nineteen nineteen I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Washington beats Wilson, Seahawks 17-15 for 3rd win in a row

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Washington beats Wilson, Seahawks 17-15 for 3rd win in a row

"JD JD McKissic McKissic scored scored twice twice while while Taylor Taylor Heinicke Heinicke threw threw for for two two hundred hundred twenty twenty three three yards yards and and a a score score as as the the Washington Washington football football team team won won their their third third straight straight with with the the seventeen seventeen fifteen fifteen win win over over the the Seahawks Seahawks make make kids kids a a college college ten ten yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass in in the the also also on on a a ten ten yard yard touchdown touchdown run run the the football football team team improved improved to to five five and and six six and and is is now now in in the the NFC NFC playoff playoff picture picture Heinecke Heinecke says says it's it's been been a a collective collective effort effort I I really really starts starts those those guys guys up up front front offensively offensively office office of of line line if if they they don't don't get get a a lot lot of of credit credit but but let's let's let let these these last last three three weeks weeks have have been been phenomenal phenomenal Russell Russell Wilson Wilson led led the the Seahawks Seahawks on on a a ninety ninety six six yard yard drive drive late late hitting hitting Freddie Freddie Swain Swain with with a a thirty thirty two two yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass but but Wilson's Wilson's two two point point conversion conversion pass pass was was intercepted intercepted by by Kendall Kendall fuller fuller Greg Greg heist heist Landover Landover Maryland Maryland

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Knicks recover to beat Lakers team missing suspended James

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Knicks recover to beat Lakers team missing suspended James

"The next wasted a twenty five point lead before Immanuel Quickley nailed four three pointers in the final period bailing out New York in a victory over the Lakers one oh six one hundred we came out ready to play and then they made some adjustments so we need it you know we know that we're gonna be ready to you know make that second push so we just you know want to withstand that and you know we need to get away so credits Argos Julius Randle added twenty points sixteen rebounds and five assists for the next despite foul trouble Evan Fournier scored twenty six to lead the Knicks Russell Westbrook had thirty one points thirteen rebounds and ten assists for LA which played while lebron James served a one game suspension for his altercation in Sunday's win over the pistons I'm Dave Ferrie

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NBA marks 75 years

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01:01 min | 2 months ago

NBA marks 75 years

"In marking its seventy fifth anniversary the development of the NBA reflects some social changes that have happened since nineteen forty six more from A. B. correspondent Norman hall NBA hall of Famer Wayne Embry who played eleven years starting in the late nineteen fifties says the sixties were dramatic because of racial tensions Celtics legend bill Russell was a social justice activists but Emery says the few black players in the league were at risk when you're on non guaranteed contracts if the ownership then like what you're doing or managed in like what you're doing you're gonna embrace who won an NBA title with Boston in nineteen sixty eight says opportunities for all black pro athletes expanded because the integrated Celtic lineup started racking up championships others were saw that happening and jumped on board Embry joined the front office of the Milwaukee Bucks in nineteen seventy one when he became the league's first black general manager he remains upbeat about the NBA the times are getting better keep getting better each year I Norman hall

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 Aaron Rodgers meets return-to-play COVID-19 requirements

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00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Aaron Rodgers meets return-to-play COVID-19 requirements

"Two quarterbacks return to Lambeau field Aaron Rodgers from coal been Russell Wilson from a broken finger neither one was sharp accounting for three ends on interceptions but Rodgers at AJ Dillon late and a defense all night as we they shut out Seattle seventeen to nothing dealing with two fourth quarter rushing touchdowns and green bay's defense headed Wilson his first shutout since he became a starter in Seattle as for Rogers he came out of the cold and protocol on Saturday was just grateful to be taking snaps again a lot of emotions for sure good to be back with the guys good to be back at home most emotions from the whole night was probably walking off the field after the game definitely

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Davis has 34 points and 15 rebounds, Lakers beat Spurs

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00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Davis has 34 points and 15 rebounds, Lakers beat Spurs

"Anthony Davis provided thirty four points and fifteen rebounds as the Lakers beat the spurs one fourteen one oh six I just want to come back and just start dominate the game now what I can to so you get the time gone Davis scored nineteen in the first quarter on eight of ten shooting and had twenty seven points by halftime Russell Westbrook finished with fourteen points eleven rebounds and seven assists Malik monk at sixteen points for the Lakers the spurs pull within one of five one or three with two forty one remaining on a three pointer by Doug McDermott but the Lakers followed with a seven oh run to take control to chante Murray had a triple double for the spurs with twenty two points ten rebounds and ten assists on the ferry

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Lakers rally late in regulation, hold off Heat 120-117 in OT

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00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Lakers rally late in regulation, hold off Heat 120-117 in OT

"Playing without injured star lebron James the Lakers were still able to beat the heat in overtime one twenty to one seventeen coach Frank Vogel love the effort has agree firemen were on a man's you know we're learning each other I get a really good team some some would say the best in the illegal Bethany's and your guys competed Malik monk scored a Laker high twenty seven points Russell Westbrook had a twenty five point triple double and Anthony Davis netted twenty four band at a bio led Miami with twenty eight points Tyler hero came off the bench to score twenty seven mark Myers Los Angeles

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Nylander scores in OT, Leafs rally to beat Lightning 2-1

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00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Nylander scores in OT, Leafs rally to beat Lightning 2-1

"John tomorrow score with forty one seconds left in the third period and William Neil lander potted the winner in overtime as a least a come from behind to win win with that mother Jack Campbell on the bench to viruses one timer beat Andre Russell looking for his fourth of the season to send the game to extra time with Tampa's Victor Hedman of the penalty box the lender be bustling ski on a pass from Austin Matthews to with it his fifth of the campaign Bob Rubin scored the lightning goal Campbell made twenty four saves in the win believes about one to four in a row join the debate Toronto

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Update on the latest sports

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01:59 min | 2 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"Sports I'm John the US rules are bank of the World Series after a seven to win over the Atlanta Braves have been a big park Adams believe has more from Houston with the game tied at one the bottom four hitters in the Astros order came up with four straight singles to give the Astros a lead they would never relinquish Jose Altuve a finished two for five with a home run as Jose or TV became the first Mexican border pitcher to earn multiple wins in the World Series by holding the Braves to two runs over five innings to the association but he got twenty four points and nine rebounds from bam Adebayo as Miami two alternates one oh six ninety three elsewhere Trae young had thirty one points as the hawks bested the pelicans one oh two ninety nine deangelo Russell poured in twenty nine points as the Timberwolves took care of the box one thirteen one await Washington down Boston by a score of one sixteen one oh seven Russell Westbrook with the report group full double twenty points fourteen assists thirteen boards of ten turnovers of the thunder ended up prevailing with a one twenty three one fifteen when the Hornets are foreign one after a one twenty one eleven win over the magic elsewhere the king's top the sons one ten one oh seven it was Cleveland ninety two the clippers seventy nine and Portland defeated Memphis one sixteen ninety six the raptors one in Toronto for the first time in six hundred twelve days taking care of the Pacers one eighteen one hundred in the NHL the Florida Panthers are off to a supplemental start after a four one win over the Boston Bruins elsewhere Philadelphia beat admitted five three three games going to overtime all three with identical results Dylan Larkin with the game winner as the red wings up into the capital street to the golden knights beat the stars while the maple Leafs edged the Blackhawks I'm John literate AP sports

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Russell, Towns lead T'Wolves to rare win at Milwaukee

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00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Russell, Towns lead T'Wolves to rare win at Milwaukee

"D'angelo Russell Karl Anthony towns and Anthony Edwards combined for seventy nine points as the Timberwolves held off a box one thirteen one await Russell finished with twenty nine points for more than ten thousand Edwards not so much in a shoot around with the last practice it was it was great yes and we played a little bit he would come in I think it is gonna be you know walk through where we got up and down it works for us for sure because we came out ready not the walkie got within one ten one await before Edwards hit two free throws in the closing seconds yeah I sent it to Cooper at fourteen point two sixteen rebounds for the box who were without starting center brook Lopez and point guard Jrue holiday Chris Milton added sixteen points in the loss on the ferry

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Davis, Westbrook lead Lakers by Spurs minus James, 125-121

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00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Davis, Westbrook lead Lakers by Spurs minus James, 125-121

"Anthony Davis a student and Russell Westbrook's layup in the final minute of overtime gave the Los Angeles Lakers he won twenty five one twenty one victory over the San Antonio Spurs Tuesday night lebron James missed the game with a right ankle soreness but the Lakers got thirty five points and seventeen rebounds from Davis in thirty three points and ten boards for Westbrook to improve two two and two on the season what's for talked about carrying the load with chains sideline you know special broadband out on we understand that and with that comes responsibility making guys around us better and tonight they did a great job which is being aggressive on I miss it makes finish one around the basket was big for us tonight yeah comparable finished with a career high twenty seven points to pace the spurs and Jontay Murray had a triple double with twenty one points fifteen assists and ten rebounds four floors San Antonio

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"the russell" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

03:26 min | 6 months ago

"the russell" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

"I mean we've been living with a nuclear weapons for a long time haven't we. I very excited brian. Yeah it could be. It could be scary. Could be frightening. So i think it'd be Comment from boots said the holographic simulated. That's what project is a holographic simulated alien invasion to usher in one world government Build bags et. We're gonna tear it down and make it better new world order. Maybe that's similar. To the plot of the original watchmen comic books to sort of institute a world. Peace through a an alien invasion. What if we all starts sleepwalking. When this is like you us seriously brian. That's how they can get us if they put us in some kind of a glamour situation like empires and control minds all of a sudden we get out of bed and we start sleep sleepwalking. To a certain place that fema camper something they set up these aliens to control us and put us in this present type and uses slaves. I don't know. I will think i'm going to be thinking about having some sleep roses. We give. I'd like to see some evidence on that before i'm in a buying. That's a good question brian. That's a good question. How can we give you evidence. We give it to you. It's a good one sits electrodes on us. And i think of physical proof is always good if i saw an alien that had different dna. I totally buy it onto saying i mean. Usually the sad thing is that a lot with a lot of these reports they're based on firsthand narratives so the anecdotal evidence that sort of lowest thing on the realm on the ladder of science right because we can believe all sorts of things. We all have false memories. For instance me too. In fact one of my friends who is a false memory researcher realized that he had been telling a story for years. That was completely not true. That was a complete false memory. His name's chris. French she wrote about this So not even false memory. Researchers are immune to having memories. That never really happened. If you get told certain things and especially if you seek out hypnotists which if you look in A a number of the people who believe that something happened to them. They were abducted aliens. They would seek out a hypnotists and hypnosis. Notorious for Having the possibility of instilling false memories especially if the hypnotist and the person being hypnotized are believers themselves So it's good to be cautious of these things he up it is and now. We're going to have to leave it at that brian because we just got a little wrap up got. Wrap it up so honest great to have you on for anniversary. Thanks for joining us. And as as we can those aliens the senate report will have to have you on when they have proof but thanks again talk about that. Well thank you can check out where you can reach Brian's information on the facebook page guys thanks again for joining us and see you. Later from chasing prophecy. Have a great evening guys tucker care bye..

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"the russell" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

04:19 min | 6 months ago

"the russell" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

"He sees does all goes to these this round where there's like shadow people. You know the shadow people. I don't know if any of you ever watched that movie Tv series on. Cbs called evil. Yeah did that was creepy. Man that was creepy show. Yeah you can see the season one on net flicks and if you're into the paranormal definitely should Brian you should. You should watch because it does a lot about sleep browse. Isn't it honest to god journey. I couldn't watch. I watch two or three shows. Iniquitous god so gruesome. I couldn't deal with it. No more and i quit watson while the very first now i definitely have to watch them. No the like you should. The first couple episodes irs asleep this woman's paralysed. She has sleep paralysis and she sees evil creature in her room and he mocks her. And that's exactly what happens when you're when you're in the state asleep rouse is when you see things in there you are mocked. They'd mock you whatever it is the entities in the room. They actually mock you if anybody is in watching the live on facebook and you have a question for brian definitely Put your comment or question in the chat will love to you. Know spouted out to bryne shelf. You have one long movie soft. Check it out now. Yeah you evil is is is so because it's so close to reality because they deal with the catholic church and the double and satan and how all this conflict going on and the evil The i guess he's they're damon's in there and basically the sleep. I call him sleep david's because they're deemed to me some people who think they were abducted will think but they're alien or et's Yeah getting culture. Kind of puts their own little spin on the experience asleep gross. Yeah and i notice a lot of people. Like i go on different Forms and on riddick and on facebook the alien research eighteen stuff a lot of people with the sightings are seeing having more these these experiences where they think that there are there in asleep across state. But they're not think they're thinking it's more Alien like they're communicating with them or something that they think they're the chosen ones and they're you know they're having this conversation with An ester jurisco on you guys remember when the ask star command. Do you do not strong bryan. Have you ever heard of that Gimme a little more detail. Maybe fears these People there's a spacecraft in our solar system that has these they're called ask their called Jason what is it astor. Ask me and they're like there's a lot it is very tongue twisting these these humanoids. They look like us They're mostly tall very good looking on. Most of them have blonde hair. Blue eyes and they are in communication with the satellite swedish people. Sort of the vikings. Yeah they're in communication with ume is only a certain like there's only a few selected people and now that they're having they truly believe that.

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"the russell" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:48 min | 8 months ago

"the russell" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"He has a lot of books The woman the book of women. Oh jane okay. Oh celebrating. The female spirit Tantura awareness courage. He has a lot of good. He was so young in that documentary. Which joy wow. Here's a lot remember. We learned in that that he was so young in that documentary he was yes he died at fifty seven or something crazy i can. Yes years after. He left oregon. Let me look. When he died he was all. You can do some fast on okay. He was born in nineteen thirty one and then he died in one thousand nine hundred ninety. Okay so fifty nine and he had been back in india for a while so that means during that documentaries about fifty or sixty eight sixty eight what nine hundred sixty eight that happened the poisoning in the the movement. Do you know anyone to oregon. That began it began in india in nineteen sixty eight and try to find when he went to orient teen. Eighty one. eighty one okay. I mean he looks young here. The problem is his so much white beard Oh we discussed this. The other day people with beards are very serious. 'cause you can't really smile with the beard on. Will they have the mass. They've been wearing a mass. Yeah that's kind of funny to you. Because i think you while i this is. This is a bad gas. But i'm not gonna say it anyways. I'd imagine if you graft people with beards against people who didn't wear masks. Oh bet there's a high correlation you think people with beards. Don't wanna wear masks really. I would think they'd be fine with it. Because they're used to having stuff all over their face the point i was going to make it really. You can't stand a mask. You're wearing a masks. Oh okay you are. You've taken it to another level where you're mad at them three or four steps. My god ramona mad at anyone. But it's like russell brand. Oh no i lost you. I went so fast. Because i had a face mask on and it was acting as a beard. I realized it made me serious. You do they. They must sell face masks with beard graphics. Bq i'm sure that exists ennio. That's really it. Well the other thing is i want you to tell me your mantra. Oh of course you do fills me that. I don't know anyone's mantra. Yeah i did. I want to say david walton. His buddies said fuck it and they all told each other they told you. Oh yeah yeah yeah. He told you..

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"the russell" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:50 min | 8 months ago

"the russell" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Mr told me in preparation for one of these trips. Hung with a regional focus. Stralia the in that community by have free was for brain. One is the belly brain. One is the heart brain and the other one the one that we all live in the whole time. This reminds brain is the same what they used for tangles fishing. That is the same word they use. Oh yeah we have this intelligence and this intelligence is fantastic for understanding material analyzing material creating technology. It ain't so good for organizing the ethics and morality underwrite coaches for deciding. War should be the priorities of culture. These again sesame street ethics in the half the belly underused a mind for the organization that logistics necessary evil every step and at this point when. Ufo's are being revealed to be real this time time to open their minds to new paradigm. Oh god this was a blast time so everyone go to audible. Please go to audible and enjoy revelation. A which you. I can only assume narrate yourself. We're going to hear you. Could you imagine the worst person. I could have well. We're both friends with sam harris. It'd be really funny to hear. Sam harris narrate your thought. I think he would get free. One-sentence true that's not true. It's ridiculous the course lowest talker in your the fastest dogar brussels such a player in the pot in the podcast under the skin. I sent man under the skin on luminary. Don thank you yeah. It's been a pleasure. My wife says hi. Give him my love and gratitude and appreciation. Yes she was so fantastic and so cool and so lovely like even all these years ago. I just remember her so positively. You could have snatched her up. I got hours after that. Well i mean ultimately it seems. It works out for disease. Feel a is pain when asked all right russell. What a pleasure man. Good luck with everything. We'll talk to you. Thanks.

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"the russell" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:43 min | 8 months ago

"the russell" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"So if a professional person and that kind of professional pride i say i suppose about activism going populism in may to be okay with their allies thing. I so hosted a show where people talked about a reality tv. Show the big brothers big. I've never big over there and afterwards the where you analyze it and ice analyzing hockey was our apology family. Who tom jokes ridiculous haircut and all the things that you would anticipate and expects before that had been to drama school and at drama school. I like everyone wanted to be one of the cool and sexy. Brooding actors of the fifties and sixties. Brian cliffs jimmy dean. All of that like everyone wanted to be by people just talking and saying stuff are member that other people going. You should do that right. Just took a kind of an insult of the time. So here's where i thought it could go sideways. I fancy myself pretty quick with gab. So i could have seen myself getting competitive with you. But you're just so far in a way not yeah it's a whole nother level that i'm actually just with pleasure. Conceding your dominance which is is rare and fun for me armchair expert. I i i do. You have to police yourself and it would be the examples. I had the pleasure of meeting another actor and we got an argument about healthcare and it went on for four or five hours and then there was a point where we on an airplane still trying to argue with me and i pretended i was asleep and for the first time i realize. Oh many of the arguments. I thought i won people. Just stop giving a fuck. It was such a gift he gave me. Because i was like. Oh in my mind. If i go through and i remember all these these verbal battles. I've had that. I think i've won quite often. People got bored or they didn't give a shit. I didn't convince them. It was helpful to me and also being in relationships. This is like can be the thing that attracts you to me. And then it can be absolutely insufferable to be around so i wonder. Do you find that you have to police. it like. Give people the pleasurable side and then try to dole the side of the sword. That is not fun to debate. You actually went to. You gave me a huge compliment. And i would tell you in and i'm grateful for it but also enough floor. Stacks backstays like. There's any one of one hundred activities..

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"the russell" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

01:50 min | 8 months ago

"the russell" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Welcome welcome welcome to armchair expert. I'm dax shepard. I'm joined by monica pad man. Okay so people like duchess duluth. They want it to be minister of mice instead of secretary mice which i understand why. They think that they don't know yet. Earmark that for the listeners that it'll feel better at some point. Yeah okay russell. Brand what an incredibly well-spoken human being. Oh my god. His brain is moving so fast. It's mary admirable. You'd be the fastest. I'll say the fastest heard anyone. speak with. Such command articulate and brilliant at times as we discuss in the fact check almost impossible for us to keep up. Yeah but it's funny because it's not just that he's like saying random words and it all makes. Perfect sense is very cohesive. The clarity is impeccable. I just like can't relate it all to having that ability and not make any mistakes. He never gets lost. You know. it's amazing finds his way right back to that cookie crumb trail who i love cookies. You do. i've never recommended that people. Listen to this podcast at a different speed. I want them to listen to it at one point now right if you want to back it down two point seven five point five on this one you do that. Yeah yeah you can go slow. Oh now we're gonna sound awful. Yeah we'll sound terrible but our guests will really be shining a bet at half speed talking about what we speak at our quickest. Yeah but also you want to hear him as he is that's true it's something to behold now of course russell brand came to my from forgetting sarah marshall. He was made love to my wife very elegant fashion. You're really respectable way. And he was also in of course. Get him to the.

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"the russell" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

02:34 min | 9 months ago

"the russell" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Eight hours and then i come back home and i started over again I jot down ideas in my book. Memories that i have and you know how to fragment the book and We have some things going on in atlanta as far as screenplays Happening and you know. I'm working allied on trying to now promote the book So i'm just looking at different avenues right now so right now. That's what validates my time during the day fantastic. So what are the plans for the next year. Is it all book writing. Do you have any plans to do anything else. I know that there's a lot going on with the pandemic and a wonder. How's that affecting you guys likely. Well the book writing i can do. I've haven't had a lot of in my mind. Rather comes up you now book writing. Sometimes you get those amendments. We have a screen play in With the goal of treatment. Being a written for the walk in so I have a friend of mine who Was an act ee as an actor clyde. Yeah a little bit of influence so Kind of connected him. He connected us with some people. And so that's one avenue that What going down. Yup and maybe net slips and Who been different avenues to try pitching on. Maybe as the series. Because i thought it would be too too long For movie yeah. I one avenue backs where we're going down and also Looking into a little more marketing time to a massive advertisement And and in different avenues of Advertising and putting the book. i'll just a little bit more Also going to be coming on and doing a lot. More of these introduced are doing. Yeah what we were doing. A different tours and that guy that response and in in good good sales actually onus seller and and so Decided i said just this just looking at all the opportunities that are available i think if we just put the proper effort forward It can be very successful. I wish you will very best in a hurt that the my future business interview audience can help you gain that momentum that you so deserve now importantly at the pointy end of the core.

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"the russell" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:21 min | 9 months ago

"the russell" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Fantastic and have not lived there. Only life given the backstory no. I've only been about twenty years year. Fantastic what do you like about the place. Well it's a little bit more laid back you know. New york is a very fast paced cracker. Here it's It's a little more laid back. You can get a lot more things done little. You know what i mean. So and and and and i can say that the dollar goes a lot more fruit and that's very hopeful though now now i know that Writing books is takes a special type of individual. I've had lots of buckles on the show. And i've got a very special place on the on the show for them and i'd love to talk with you about why is that you decided to write ghetto. Boston wind back the time if you like but before we do any of that nowadays in life is good and i'd love to learn from you if we could russia. What's a things you like to do in your relaxation time. Do you have downtown. Will my downtime. I like i'm i'm very analytical. Think a lot. I like to spend a lot of time with my family. i'm just always thinking about ways of Bringing wait what. I i would say generational wealth through family so that my children and my grandchildren won't have to do the things that i do. In life and that we can have some kind of financial independence. So i know about those things wholeheartedly. 'cause i'm getting older now. You know in my mind time. He's running out in basically. I'm a basic person like that. You know spending time at home. I'm not a matter out doing a lot of things home working mentally on my book. What my my reveal How to get that marketing out. There was the best plans possible. Those things takes up a lot of by time. Consumption consumed by time. Yeah fantastic share now. Let's let a little bit about your wonderful family. You obviously spent a lot of time investing in the development. You've got a lot to share from your own life experience. What are some of the things that you like to to teach the younger generation. What are some of the fundamental steve. Thank you told them up. Children are younger younger by anybody who is in the younger generation. What would you say one of the fans younger generation. and not. Because you seem like you about my age but And in alameda. Fringy if you wanna if you're young but the younger generation i don't know i just think a lot of the things that they're they're reading the on tv. They're listening to as far as music. Concern is really taking them. Ten twenty years back. I mean it's the way it sexually objectify women. Yes way bad It just just everything that they they promote like. I listened to a lot of old music. And what's so funny. Is i listened to all khanna music i liked from the seventies rock seventy news america all that and You know and and i like the early rap music when singing gang and people were just talking about dressing. Nice driving nice cars. You know it wasn't talking about killing each other and dogs over the different things like that. So if anything i wanted to would instill. I think i instilled in. My children is just family values every other in his time and place for everything but absent decency in today on k. They don't have any moral integrity anymore. I don't think you know what i mean out. There's nothing left to the imagination. And it's funny because i think about what you're saying russell about marketing and how mock is have a lot to be accountable for. Would you agree with that. Absolutely absolutely if they will disney narrative trying to sell it and then they're gonna buy it..

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"the russell" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

12:27 min | 10 months ago

"the russell" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Would pay off the cops and present regular system where they would once a month or whenever they let them know. We're going have to make a raid. So they give them a little warning and there would be an old guy who they believe behind take the fall and they leave him with some betting slips and things like that so that was just a regular routine of kept things going in ca. Okay we busted these guys. yeah yeah. Kansas city periodically. They do a vice raid and take a few people in. Our city was primarily the back gambling games that they would rate in what they'd hit the italians every once in a while and gotta give them like a five dollar fight and have a bunch of headlines and then go on. I was struck by. Was how these guys when they were coming up my grandfather brother-in-law they really seem to admire these guys. Grow up in america. they weren't out. You're growing italy team. They're very totally discriminated against. But they're in american schools and they're taught to admire american gobbles all these guys like aster and carnegie and frick communities bigwigs. They did what they wanna. They essentially ran their own outfits. Yeah so i think they really admired them in fact grandfather's partner his aliases were ford and forbes so many he was basically advertising his admiration. For american cabins. I think in many ways even this like controlling the political racism paying. That's what they did. Yeah yeah i agree. I agree and another correlation was when italians. i got here of course. They had a strange language. They were darker complected. Irish were already here. They already spoke to native language in the irish tried to keep the italians out from businesses from getting business licenses from any government jobs which is always a way out of poverty for poor people is somebody gets a government job and pretty soon they get a couple of rallies in you know to this day. Now hispanics are doing quite a little bit. And it's very similar to blacks but blacks. Never african americans can never really push on through. Everybody's kept them pushed out and so then they went to narcotics later on and like the sixties and seventies. They saw the opportunity narcotics. Free got all these young men who are bright and educated not educated but bright and had this native intelligence and good organizers and they're looking for opportunity in the underground economy is the only opportunity is available for him. just like the italians. during prohibition i keep noticing parallel. Every time i do one of these stories that goes across several generations beyond the american way. Yeah i was struck by that. I wasn't aware that before. That tension between the italian irish communities by to do with religion. Catholics very different. Yeah kind of freaked out by this southern italian. Very ornate to have parades carrying it. I've seen one of those braids spayed. It's like wow. That's some good. The crosses and the all the embroidered robes colors and carrying some kind of his saint. Maybe and yeah to research this. I went to town. Mike great grandparents came from and they full on with all that stuff. Still all those saint parades. You know now friends on facebook. Well we're always of the other people that aren't like us to this day kind of one last question here. We have been here for a while. There bus had a rule no cadillacs. At least in johnstown. You remember that. Did your family like really practice. That i knew a really good professional criminal in our guys in kansas city. They really were on the download. They didn't have big fancy houses. They had kind of nicer houses and they may have a buick or in a couple of them. Had cadillacs or one lincoln but nothing ostentatious nobody dressed and then this guy told me said you know when i go out of town. He said i'll rental limo and now stand the nicest places but is that exactly the same thing early on when their first married and there's coming up they live in these real kind of ethnic ghetto. Yeah but there all packed into the house together but then once they start to get a sandwich. They moved to a nice middle class neighborhood. Wasn't anything flashy. And they didn't drive cadillacs. They didn't have tailored suits. They always wore suits but never tailored since however once a year i mean every summer they spent a month or more in atlantic city and they have this parade of cars went out city and they would stay pat pat out so it's called swankiest hotel in it by an extinction whole suite. Yeah interesting. I did that myself when i my kids swankiest place but was a pretty nice place paid for it. All you know kind of a once in a lifetime deal. Sometimes we do. I tell you what things are the same but different all over. Aren't they in all different. What struck me was this. How similar different. It is the story that we know the big city story yeah small medium sized town. It was in johnson's schenectady in fresno rillo montana and all those places it was the same thing but it was a little bit more. I think a little bit more innocent to those places. Yeah i think was the partly because as long as you were keeping things under control you could operate in the open but if you started murdering people or something then in the authorities are gonna come in. The neighbors are going to be buying the services. You're reading and all that but as long as it was under control. They went on for year after year. And that's same way here in kansas city ab noticed. Of course i've talked to people from that time and even the older policemen that when i came on were about ready to retire on during the fifties and it was just more. I want to say small time casual kind of corruption and this blending of the mob of the politicians the city government county government law enforcement. It was more casual and accepted. It was every once in awhile. There'd be a new broom sweep clean but then they go on and those guys as we had a judger city judge wants said dole. These guys these guys back then brought in a bunch of black guys for gamma game. He told his gadgets. I'm dismissing all these charges when you go down to kansas city club and bring those gamblers in to me. Then i'll do something about everybody the same and so they provided the service i the alcohol. Everybody wanted then the gambling that everybody wanted the entertainment without tv. I think it's a fascinating time. That i in a way that we i hate. It shouldn't look back at this daljit but in a way it was kind of gentler. Time almost like a product. American discrimination and american moralizing afghan blanket against alcohol. And those things created an opportunity and discrimination created. This need not to be able to go college or head of some company or something. So here's you know. I'll open this branch. He can make money this way. Yeah oh yeah. I was just doing a documentary about a vote. Fraud nineteen forty six in kansas city. And i was interviewing guy was an expert on black political activities during the thirties forties and fifties and he remarked that that was the above ground opportunities. Were not available to people. That's really started noticing this so the underground economy was available and so african americans and italians. Who were being squeezed out. Like i said before but then they got political because they realized that what these english and irish done to come into the greater society get involved with politics is what an italian gotten bob with your local politicians. And it's just the american story is fascinating and you know you talk about. Blacks starts harlem and that's related to the mistrust that they have for banks and bank. They can't get a mortgage from a a. So i mean there's a reason they called a numbers game back. Yeah oh yeah. what is i mean in harlem. They work the thinking was. I'm gonna play nikola bear whatever it is on my number in five years. Our twenty years now is going to get big mature done. Yeah that's how they're going to play a bank. Skip the official. Oh yeah black numbers guy. Guy named peyton hate then formed a relationship with the top irish politician and he. They formed newspaper together and he ran his numbers bank and some joints and then when the wight republicans from the whites still stocking areas every once in a while they want they swept all this out and that just destroyed all jobs and the numbers for a while the of course it came back but it is interesting. All right russell. This has been great interesting. Discussion for me. Particularly i like finding somebody that has that kind of larger societal. Take on this organized crime because mostly we look at it for the titillating stories. But it's much more than ten leading stories isn't it. That was really part of american history in so many ways. Yeah all right. Thanks a lot russell for being on the show. All right has been interesting. I'm really enjoyed talking to your Nice to talk sold all right. I appreciate that you buy her folks. Thank you for listening. And all your nice comments on the apple. Podcasts reviews plus your comments on my youtube channel. Where i often put up the lists. The zoom interviews. So you can see what my guest look like in real life also on our facebook group. Gang-land wire podcast. I see a lot of really good compliments on that. I've got some great people that help put up really good content. So if you want more information than you can shake stick at go to gangland wire podcast facebook page or actually. It's a group. 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"the russell" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

08:09 min | 10 months ago

"the russell" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"On and sharing your story when you say that brings to mind out people in my family for the most part. We're interested in something and sharing it with me. But they were also interested in. What's out because everybody knew. Yeah just i. But the idea that i was going to try to put all this together into one story put it in the context of its time and all that even though there were people who knew a lot more than i did about certain things they were all curious what i was going to come up with take never tried to put it all together to figure out because when it's all whispers. Yeah no yeah. The last one was the niece of a guy that owned two or three strip clubs that were connected and she got hold on me. You know. i don't know much more. I remember the guy. And then i remember. He was a victim of an extortion attempt and and he was connected to the mob. Unless i said let's do it. Freedom of information act request an idea and for some reason. I got it back real quick and there was like i don't know hundreds and hundreds of pages and they didn't even charge me any extra was over the whatever. It was a fifty page limit. It was easy for him to get. And i looked at it and like oh my god. He was like working to lineup. All the strip clubs in the league by state area and so the mob can have a piece of all of them at the fbi. Read a big investigation. Kind of remember that. But i wasn't really part of that. Until i sit those to her and she said oh my gosh. I'll have to take some days to digest this. It was amazing. It was for her as been two weeks. I haven't heard back forever. Really sometimes a little nervous about it because sometimes people don't really want to hear some of that stuff but maybe they do so. This was about a small mob family who operated in january pennsylvania. Which i read up on it and i've heard of johnstown. It was like a factory town of a really rough. Brawling probably had a big automotive factory and steel factories and like this steel outskirts and steel mills. In town back in the day when it was really rollicking they call it little chicago really. Who were they controlled by. Did new york where they kind of are pittsburgh where they kinda the little brother were connected to pittsburgh. Okay and urban pittsburgh in all around there johnstown braddock new kensington greensburg. All those towns people realize how all over the country small medium sized towns mug franchise really and is really. Based at prohibition i would assume it was big where your relatives involved in the liquor business. My grandfather's wife tracks that whole developing the law is is parents emigrated from sicily. Where like in the mining town. They were restricted than piloting moved into downtown and his father was murdered and his mother's left to raise nine. Children prohibition comes in she's got a still operating in your house and he's out selling coke bottles stubborn up with busted once in prison. But he was doing it on. There is a local guy. Temper pre-mop-up neighborhoods. Take your head. I i get is all these different stills going different houses at the kind of control them and they ate to him then as at the end of prohibition my grandfather's a young man and just like what was happening around the country. He has shifted his income stream from booze to gambling. Yeah he was at that time running card games out of the back of his out of the trunk of his car and several arrests for that when he was young. And then another guy comes from philly mob and he seems to have been given the job to kind of start franchising. Johnstown meets my grandfather's sister. They get married and my grandfather was the local guy who knew the scene so they formed a partnership in that then became the basis for the thing. it's really from world. War two into the sixties. There was that this joseph regino yup. Yeah okay your grandfather was his brother-in-law that all right i get those connections. Can't tally Players without a scorecard. Sometimes he's crime families you gotta figure out how they're related shorto and so gambling definitely was the cash cow of organized crime the italian base la cosa nostra mafia. Whatever you wanna call it. organized crime. Throughout the whole united states effort prohibition and what form did that take. I noticed in francis. Ford coppola made a couple of statements. He said this is remembrance of his grandfather and great uncle's lives of slots pinball machines tip seals skeets dies and places like the mildew house and city cigar mel new lounge than city cigar. Now what does it tip seal. You remember like a lottery ticket. It was aboard aboard that they would get and they would have a number of these different seals like on them. And you would y different prices and you'd instead scratchy you'd pull it off and if your number matched the number underneath then you want those all the time the original scratcher how we darned but the centerpiece of their operation was number scheme they call it the bank and i think they named it after making giving it kind of a patriotic field. The recruiting troops or something said the bank blake. Everybody over a certain age who i interviewed in town remembers knows all them played. The bank knew what was going on. This was all wide open every night. This was considered kind of public utility. And i think it's interesting. I'd be interested in your take on this. The rise and fall of the mob especially in towns like this where it's really on based on gambling as entertainment tracking out against the rise of television in the u. s. nineteen fifty five percent of us. Households had a tv by nineteen sixty ninety percent. And that is really there are. That was their haiti. The sisters you know. And as more people are staying home watching jackie gleason. We don't have to go out to you. Know play the numbers or whatever else doing for the for a little entertainment. That is an interesting comparison in my. I was a kid. My dad would go out and saturday night. We'd ask more awards daddy going mom. He's going downtown to shoot the bull and he was just going downtown. There wasn't any tv and he would just go downtown his talk with the other man. Any wasn't big drinker anything. But he'd go down to socialize with other men and when you get a lot of men together that's where you're gonna get gambling. That's for sure every time and during that time sports gambling wasn't such a big deal. If you think about it television comes and sports becomes. The mainstay of television. Sports gambling takes over. The numbers goes out. They were barely barely running numbers in kansas city. In nineteen seventy one. When i came on the police department mainly just poor people and of course the government got in the scratcher and basically the numbers pretty quickly but the eighties. I'd say but sports gambling became the deal. It seemed to me like horse racing. They have a race wire their racing ticker tape and they did starting in the orders. They were big on oxygen and baseball. But you're right. I think it's really in the sixties. The sports kind of takes over from a lot of these other things. Another thing they had was pinball they owned a pinball machine company. yeah it was really common to us involved for for the way of were essentially. Is you win three game play and what you would do you rack up ten free games or whatever you end up to. The march of the house was in wherever you go to the bartender. He'd give you five bucks or whatever that your winnings equated to split that with the boys in the beauty. Fat is is a form of gambling product. It's not like the. 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"the russell" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

07:18 min | 10 months ago

"the russell" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former kansas city. Police intelligence unit detective gary. Welcome while you work out there will. I'm in my temporary winner. Studio while winner rages zip in kansas city. I just noticed that the low for this coming day or two is going to be around five. Six degrees above zero may be good down to zero at night so be jealous. Man be jealous. We have a guest who an acclaimed historian journalist and arthur's written several historical narrative books. Which i find an interesting form. Russell shorto russell. Welcome to the show that you've written. I think look like what are your first book. Was the item at the center of the world which was a narrative history of the early founders of manhattan. Was that your first book. I was called gospel truth. It was about the historical jesus about biblical scholars. No interesting i guess. They didn't really pump that up. When i was searching on the internet but but serve world is the one that was right that gets pumped up. Well that's interesting historical. Jesus i've read some of those different things and i always find that fascinating. I went to israel once. It's a fascinating place mad. I dunno separate fact from fiction and stories from miss and reality is just never ending. Speculation in there are a lover to be religious person at your lover history. Just yes yes. The i wasn't. I'm not particularly religious person but it the history is just like you say boggles your mind. Anyhow he also wrote a descartes's bones amsterdam history of the world's most city bet. There's a lot of people agree with that today. Revolution song which i've found is described as a first rate intellectual history. And it's the story of the founding of our country in which you use letters. Diaries and other writings from the early settlers and people lit that founded united states. I guess around the time of the revolution in the middle seventeen hundred. That's and you make that into story form that would be. I wish they had those kind of histories. When i was taking high school history had been a lot more interesting by take six people from different walks of life slaves. A woman daughter british officer merican from different walks of life who lives through the revolutionary war. And we've their stories together so you get kind of. It's not just from the perspective of the is in the white powder grip. Yeah i heard a guy describes something like that to me as you know we always look at all the blood and guts and battles going down the river but what about all the people along the sides of the river. What was going on in their lives. That's what's important. And so that's what i try to do. The trickiest thing but that was to find people who like a slave for example whose life was well could recreate it so talented Sifted through a lot of what they call slave narratives at one. This guy dictated. His name was dictated his like story. Keep traveled from us. Taken in slavery in africa brought to america dislikes. Slavery eventually bought his freedom through the war. As this is a remarkable store now that would be yeah to find those stories slave narratives. I did my first. Documentary was about slave life in missouri. And define those slave narratives with. I had not even heard of him before i did that. And it was. I mean it was a fine to be able. I had actors then record bits and pieces from different missouri slaves to illustrate what that life was. Like gallows are invaluable resources for historian. Well we're here to talk about your most recent book. And of course all my fans out there that wire-tappers out there loved the mob. You wrote a book about your family. History which includes some mob activity at the title is small time a story of my family and the mob. You have some immense historical narrative skills that you put to work. I got a feeling in this family story and you had resources that were would call that firsthand. Or there's a primary sources for sure. Yeah the turns out this is about. My grandfather is brother who ran the mock franchise in my hometown johnstown pennsylvania and those guys are dead and gone. It was actually. It was a relative. My mother's cousin who learned had been numbers runner at working. He was in his eighties. Said to me. Hey you're the writer in the family wanted to write this story and i had never had never been in my mind to do that because we all kind of grew up knowing it but also knowing. Let's we don't talk about that. Yeah so i was kind of an obedient son groped not even really thinking about lunch but once he said that his name is once he said to me. Hey you know what are you gonna do about the story about your grandfather in. The mob broke down that little wall that i had built up in my mind. I realized guys are getting on. This is his free. I should do what i can to try to get it while it's still something there and he ranked then put out the word among the pals who had these are old guys at the time they were the kids who looked up to these guys and admired them at wanted to be like them and so we met several times at panerabread. They're you know they would tell me all these stories and the first meeting was four hours long. I recorded then as say right on fiction. So i wasn't just going to write a book. That's made a wonderful memories. Which as we all know are not necessarily accurate so then went about you. Know filed sti freedom of information act requests. And i got my dad who was friends with the chief of police in town and so he gave me access to the police records of the county courthouse. Obvious able then to find this other layer of solid data. Stitched that together with these stores. An interesting you know. I've just been reaching out to some different children of and grandchildren mob. People i get contacts from contacted by children and grandchildren of people in kansas city. Because i worked organized crime and they think i know something more than what many times i know. They've listened to the podcast and everyone talked about their childhood and how confusion that was what they heard about their relative and what they knew of them personally and i'm putting together a show with interviews. I've got one guy who's the son of a man has become a friend of mine and he wants to write his own book about his upbringing. I wanna put together a show. I'll probably put this show kind of maybe in conjunction. If i can get that going i've got two or three on. That said they'd give me some soundbites to talk about their childhood and those secrets that they cap and how confusing was formed..

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"the russell" Discussed on 40 Going On 14

40 Going On 14

05:13 min | 11 months ago

"the russell" Discussed on 40 Going On 14

"It's a basset hound a fox and they're gonna be buddies and it's gonna be great and then at the end i'm crying and i want to kill myself. Yup back then old yeller off. This is an old yeller. Well because old yeller didn't talk right. It wasn't nearly as cute. Yeah so more than that really a fox doubtful little. We've already been. We've been through this already. I just said. I like old. Yeller affected me because you were fifty when it came out. What about that affect you. That poor dog. Poor cujo forego cuts who a year later now out of all of them. This holds the top spot for me really yeah. Rj mccreevy. they. I think i have a tie between this one on another one from my top spot. Okay well let's not. We'll do top three at the end. So i know where you're going. I just realized what was eighty six all. I thought that was seven day. Anyway go ahead. Tell us about this. Because i i well. I'm going to disagree a little bit but go ahead The thing is. It's an a remake of a nineteen fifties movie called. It came from outer space and this one is the alien instead of being a big guy in the suit. Virus harry carrot. Yeah he did. He looked like it was a giant. Harry carey came down. The is effort into building. Harry who really how would you do. What the hell did you turn it. I don't know like area irian. Iota had a kid and they went. And i told him i had done back to him. Alan what the heck is going on. I was trying to will ferrell's impression of harry carey and i know what you're trying to do and now i do it. It comes out as bill cosby every time. So if mood eight copa the long way to go for that thing. We edit that out and it was the thing. I'm another planet. i believe. it was the fifties version. Was the thing from another planet. That's the thing with kurt. Russell and wilford birmingham keep david an yes and peter. Maloney donald moffitt. And there's okay. But i really like his character in this one. I mean ed's Has this. i'm only doing what i need to do. Type attitude in this thing. And i really like. Rj mccreevy. I think he's a great character for this. I think he wants again. Jump feet first into it. You know in the he a hero out of desperation. I'm not a hero. Because i'm a hero type character and i yeah and i remember my parents going. We you know we got dropped off at the grandparents house and they my mom and my dad went to go see this.

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"the russell" Discussed on 40 Going On 14

40 Going On 14

05:57 min | 11 months ago

"the russell" Discussed on 40 Going On 14

"Jack warden. That's okay i will give you. The i totally forgot about used car i man. It's oh i. It regularly and my father used to watch that. When i was a young child and i remember every now and then glimp- glimpses of movies as you come off. As my my recollection used cars. It joe flaherty and a two plus al lewis. Grandpa munster is in that movie. Nine michael mckean. Yeah yeah it is. I i remember seeing what i i remember watching it. What i worked video store was one of those like russell. I remember laughing. I haven't seen it in a long while. It wasn't one of the movies that i watched. But go ahead. you talk about an adult myself. See we. I bought it for like. I don't know like three bucks. And when christmas and it's been a long time since i watched it and it's just one of those movies that put it up there with like dc cab or car wash where it's like. It's one of those movies that kind of escaped the eighties. But it's still a classic where you put it in you. Is this fun. it's stupid but it's fun and kurt. Russell was just the right amount of smarmy kinda greasy but likeable and ending just is classic. I mean if you haven't seen i don't wanna spoil it but go check it out. It's well i think there's i'm sorry. I was a real quick in that movie. He's the perfect body of what's Mitzvah talked about swingers. When he's talking to february second what should it be like the guy in the movie the guy. You're not sure if you like yet. Rain exactly yeah. Okay so and i'll say if you wanna talk about the ending. It was made in one thousand nine hundred. I think there's we don't have all spoilers on a thirty or forty year old gonna call. Yeah i don't want to recall okay. All right so nine hundred. Eighty moving onto nineteen eighty-one escaped from new york. We get introduced a snake. Fucking pushkin josh. Take it away. you're no actually. This isn't my and my big love donny. Mine is coming a little later. We're nineteen eighty-two for you. We are talking nine hundred six from holy crap all right well. Yeah then escape from new york. I'd like to talk about it but let's go. I well go ahead all right. Well we've got go ahead. Go ahead hurt russell lee van cleef ernest borgnine. In a classic. Kind of post apocalyptic action movie one of the early ones in the genre and i think it helps holds up. Pretty well don't is a case is a and donald pleasants harry denton. Adria arvo speaking of harry dean stanton as david lynch and john cochran. You know i think..

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"the russell" Discussed on 40 Going On 14

40 Going On 14

03:34 min | 11 months ago

"the russell" Discussed on 40 Going On 14

"Yvette that or christopher walken. I mean if you're gonna talk about optional hans solo. I take russell in an rv and christopher walken meant that either christopher walken on solo. Yeah that's not a movement that would have been weird. I think kurt russell could is because look because if you look at look at harrison. Ford isn't too far off from jack. Burton from big trouble in little china got the swagger like i said cut russia's not that and the han solo has week and jack burton's got whatever the hell that thing was in the back of the truck of the movie. We're getting ahead. i are about that movie. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Who was kurt russell. Attached to again alec all alec baldwin is chewy me because i'm not laughing reader and he could add stephen and and daniel and the other one bill. Yeah they get a whole family of Bookies i've been in my own little world thinking making a joke about trying to come up with a joke. And i finally. Did you ever heard of the the eighty s writer s e cup. Up say console ever married him would be hans solo. Wow how long is that why you were quiet for this whole time. Yup i was formulating that joke. I hope you wanna know. One pat knicks standup email gotta stage. Yeah for good reason. Seventeen hours worth of work for every five minutes i do. He lost the role the harrison ford than he did some other. Tv stuff in a tv show called the quest. He actually was nominated for an emmy emil. Emmy evening an automated for folks in the whiskey kicked in. He was nominated for an emmy a when he played elvis. I made for tv Special which was directed by john carpenter. That's right so that's where they met. Nine hundred seventy nine and that's where magic was defend completely because it seems like john carpenter is to put russell like Bruce yeah just easy yes yeah or to capture now. Decapitate quentin tarantino. Yep yeah or odd. Someone to david lynch lynch was a big fan of comic lockin. Kyle mclachlan somebody had to be twin peaks velvet. Oh oh blue velvet all right forget it. We're not anyway. We're not gonna show yes. Don't you fucking look at me anyway. A lot of people didn't realize that John carpenter work with kurt. Russell and elvis like their meeting and if you look he pulls off a pretty damn good elvis and he does a really good job. I mean look the. I'll send you guys a link of the poster old. Kurt looks really good. So after that you're coming up on a favorite here. Oh yeah. I can one not the nine hundred nineteen ninety-one. Oh see. yeah i was figuring. We're going to nineteen eighty-one with decapa sh- lunga before you do that. You gotta hit nineteen eighty. You gotta stop. We're stopping at nineteen eighties. Because because that was one thousand nine hundred. Nineteen eighty to nineteen eighty used cars. Okay i'm on robertson. Mbeki.

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"the russell" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"the russell" Discussed on The Lead

"First of all. Can you just take us through the winding road of how russell westbrook ended up with the washington wizards so at some point over the offseason westbrook made it clear to the rockets that he wanted them to find him a new home. Something is up in houston. Tell our tim macmahon in. Adrian were ski that both russell westbrook and james harden have expressed uncertainty about the direction of the franchise. And when you have a guy who makes that sum of money and you have to match salaries it just becomes very difficult to find a market and that's kind of why you see a lot of these guys on supermax contracts. Getting swamped see john. Wall and russell westbrook ending up in a similar situation is the only two guys that are comparable because their salaries of the exact really try to make sense but one hundred and thirty two million one hundred and thirty two million. Okay ready to pull a trigger. That i think it was more of like you know what we think. Your guy will be better for us and we think our guy would be better for you. So why don't we just compromising. Meet somewhere in the middle on this but wizards and rockets agreeing to trade there on happy point guards. John wall the houston russell. Westbrook to washington wizards also sent the rockets a lottery. Protective twenty twenty three first round pick you wrote about how westbrook has made his presence known with his new team pretty much right away. What did you mean by that so. I asked the question of ryuhachi mira earlier this week about what he's learned about russ during his short time that they've been practicing together and the first thing that really said he's a great leader. His vocal is almost like a hiccup yellow dog. Does he always starts me. Is greg guy. I liked where with him. You know he actually changed. Like energy. <hes> the team. That's not something you always hear about russell westbrook but you know that he's loud you know that he's going to make his personality known as smith who is their backup point guard and has played for eleven organizations in his career. He got a call the night of the trade while he was asleep. Like in the middle of the night from russell westbrook and one o'clock in the morning and he's i wake up man what you're doing. I'm like brought. I am sleep. He like you know what. I'm all come on. You know what kind of juice we break in who russ is and restaurants kept yelling at him. Aren't you juiced argued right now. Aren't you juiced an issue is like i'm a sleep so i think the amount of energy that he's going to bring was apparent from that one. Am moment when he called in the middle of the night and welcome.

"the russell" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"the russell" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"The nineteen seventy seven stole gift came into win with no sign of Russell Martin. . On Maithri Bev and her mother Ellen visited the local police station to fall a missing persons report. . It had been three and a half months since Russell left town unexpectedly without offering goodbye. . Bevin Dublin you better than most that Russell was not a perfect person. . He had these vases mainly drinking and gambling and was hot headed and turn to violence. . But he loved his children. . Whenever he was out of town Russell would at the very latest KP in touch with these kids. . Yet they hadn't from him. . Knowing her sons ten percent ellen feed that Russell would cause <hes> if he returned to town. . He would bain sense to find out that he's wife Helen had moved another man into their marital <hes>. . Russell and Helen's relationship dated back to when they were teenagers. . Russell's siblings disproved if the pairing from the outset. . Helen wilcock had a reputation as a wild child and Russell was possessive prone to Jealousy They advised against the couple marrying, , but Russell and Helen went ahead with the ceremony. . In nineteen, , sixty, , four, , they became Mr and Mrs Martin. . Both when nineteen years old. . They had four children and eventually said Odi into a three bedroom where the board has online goes straight not far from the main street of stole. . Their doors lay in Kelly shed one room. . This sons Stephen and pole shed the second Russell and Helen had the third. . It wasn't an idyllic marriage russell and Helen Wood products of disadvantaged backgrounds and at influenced their treatment of one another. . Russell was the sixth of seven children born on July ten, , nineteen forty-five. . He's parents Michael and Ellen were problem drinkers. . They would often stay out all not until they spent all their money. . All were escorted home by police. . Some of their drinking binges lasted wakes. . Die fought loudly and frequently Ovadai many problems including Ellen's flagrant infidelity. . Throughout his Childhood Russell was at the center of a room out regarding the identity of his biological father. . He was also bullied for being the child of the town drunks as well as for his poor Jane and academic struggles. . The Martin Children was severely neglected by their parents. . Child protection offices visited the household, , but the children would heart in the nearby forest to avoid them. . Sometimes, , they'd slave out death and days at a time and arrive at school dirty and unkempt. . Russell was taste for having burs doc in his nutty hair. . He would try to remove them himself, , but the results were disastrous and only caused more ridicule. . Russell learned to retaliate with these fists and became known as a feast for who wasn't afraid of anyone. . Helen had experienced her husband's violence firsthand. . Police officers attended dietrich disputes at the couple's has sometimes as often as once a month. . But charges were rarely laid. . Helen fights sorry for Russell. . Shape believed, , he only acted the way he did because of his upbringing which had caused him to hate women. . When reporting her Son Missing Ellen Martin expressed concern for Helen in particular. . Shea feed that Russell would harm his wife if he found out, , she had moved on with another man. . Ellen said the only way Helen would have new boyfriend was if Shane you ashore that Russell was never coming back. . Russell's sister. . Bev Felt Helen had been behaving suspiciously since. . January. . For New Year's Russell and Helen, , took their children on a like saw camping trip one hundred and sixty kilometers west of store. . It was the couple's first holiday together in that thirteen year relationship. .

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"the russell" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"the russell" Discussed on High Noon

"The thing that only will shameful in is ever done. If you can accomplish that if you could. It reminds me a little bit. Remember, Chris Paul in highschool scored sixty one points after his grandfather died at age sixty one the fact that you have the power of will to shape reality using your talents. Like that I salute that on principle. Speaking of power of will we saw something last night the game that we do not see very often. Which is Russell Westbrook's day. In case, you're curious how Russell Westbrook turned out the way he did. Right there ro. Yeah. There he is everything. Everything makes sense. Right. Did it at a bad? I don't think you want any problems with it was Mel everybody who wants to say Russell Westbrook. How did he get to be the way? He is. Yes. Take a look valet shout out to everybody at. They gave Russell saying desperate nipsy and the people in the front road Oklahoma City, Tampa arrested, daddy, like, we know what sexy means totally sure. Next names. Russell Wilson quarterbacks given the April fifteen deadline for new contract. But according to my floor. Yo Wilson won't be holding won't be holding out. It will shut down all negotiations until after the season deadline is Pablo the of by by this deadline. They should because Russell Wilson deserves to be what he wants to be which is the highest paid porter back in the league. Aaron Rodgers is that right now thirty three point five billion dollars. Russell Wilson probably is going to go ask for about thirty five or so, but we know how football teams work. They don't enjoy paying anybody a lot of money, especially not the guy who when he is under paid as he was when they made the Super Bowl run. And is he is now is oftentimes the key to the rest of their roster being as good as it is. It is in a whole lot of quarterbacks as good as Russell Wilson quarterbacks who have Super Bowls. They have to fight for their money. Drew Brees was one example of guy who did. But there aren't that many guys that are in this place that have to go in there and be like, please, please please give me what I deserve. It hasn't happened. But she doesn't often at least it doesn't feel to me anecdotally, get to a point you gotta set a deadline for a guy like this. Now, if I'm Seattle I'm walking in with this guy being like, look, you are the face of this franchise. You have been the face of this franchise. Let's just figure out the best way for us all of us to get this thing done. It should never get to a point where that guy has to come in public and said this deadline. My guest is going to go ahead and get this done because the Seahawks other recourse is we can franchise you. And then we can franchise you, and that's not good for salary cap. This. No, no. They're gonna end up paying fifty to sixty million dollars. If they tag him twice in. This does feel like posturing, it does feel like the patient of some sort of battle. But man, it's fascinating to have Russell Wilson in the present tense asking for so much money when they don't really like him passing the ball all that much matter that matter they say the job of being quarterback is not simply passing the ball this office. They wanna run they can do that import because he is a threat to run the buzz..

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