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"thaba" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"thaba" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

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"thaba" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"thaba" Discussed on The NBA Show

"You're talking Utah. Yeah. I think it would help. If Dante Exum wasn't her every single season. Unfortunately, for our guy. Russell Neal is a good player. I like him. Thaba Losha's good. They don't have draft assets really going forward now. So I think they have a second round pick in this draft. Maybe they could find someone on the fringes. They seem to really like a gorgeous young. The worst game for me to pronounce in all of history. I think if they have seven or eight guys by the time the off season is over. It makes sense. I am a little concerned, though, that when you swing for the fences in this way you have to balance what you could be versus what you do best. And clearly they've had success, the past two seasons or at least in the past two regular seasons being defensive-minded team. And I do think there are certain concerns presented by a Conley. Mitchell backward. I think they'll be fine overall because go bear is such an eraser at the rim and Khamis a smart defender. Yes. And if he's not the most dynamic athlete anymore, right? Yeah. He's older, which doesn't help and I don't know if he was much of a Lynch pin on that defense, even on the grizzlies defense, even when they had their best years. I mean he pretty much had to defensive player of the year caliber players, roundly Allen, watching his back, that helps a lot sure, and neither Ingles who's a smart defender nor Mitchell really fill that void. Yes. So that's the balancing act. They have to do there. I. I guess you know what? I'm comparing this to is other NBA back courts. And there's just not that many defensive stalwart MBA backboard courts that have to, to perimeter defenders in starting so I to me it's that's not the bigger the big deal. The biggest deal is I don't really like their team after their fifth player the shoe, I think is good, but roses good as an eighth guy, you know, I don't really know who's gonna who's the second unit here and who's running the second unit you mentioned staggering favors. I think that could work if they if they make him sort of the linchpin of the second unit a little bit. But it'll be really interesting to see what they do with this. And it's, it's, it's it's a big. It's a big test for Quin Snyder, and for Donovan Mitchell because clearly they orchestrated this and they gave up a little bit of, of draft capital to go for at this year. And it's gonna be fascinating to see how other teams follow suit. Yeah, I think it will come down to alternately how they spend the rest of their off-season. I, I do wonder what that mid-level exception. How far can go in this marketplace. Because. As I look at the board, I pretty much put together a free agent. Listen, I kind of chop them up by tears because I'm a really cool guy. And this is what I do in my free time. And it seems like the market is just super top heavy with max guys. And after that, there's a significant drop off and even from there. It's a lot of big men. So I'm not sure just where the wings are going to come from. Maybe they can get Trevor Aretha but he's more of a three than a four, then I'd be comfortable pretty fried. Oh, yes. He's he's been around the block a few times. I mean, you're talking about Casey peach Danny green would be a good fit for these guys to. Yeah, he's not really four which is what they meet offer, Camino..

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"thaba" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"thaba" Discussed on The NBA Show

"I think presi thinks he has chipping on his staff or something he's like all tissues guys shoot three's. No problem. And it never seems to really happen. They just kind of get there. I mean, at least get Alex Breen us, whatever happened that guy and the he'd be huge for them in this series. I believe he had a personal personal never never really was elaborated on. But it's insane. Okay. See has one hundred eighty payroll and the can't have guys who can help. Shots. Also, Billy Donovan never trusted amrried us. Anyway, like you never really gave him over twenty minutes per game. So I mean, I'm not sure he would be significant impact player either. Despite the fact, he has a reputation as shooter Oklahoma City just hasn't been able to find shooters for team around superstar player in Westbrook benefit from having shooters. I mean, when they have they've been Breen types like Anthony Moro was the same guy the exact same player. It's crazy because like Hardin of all the guys who could survive without shooting. It's probably hard because he can shoot from anywhere and Houston still spreads before for him. Like, it's just I almost bad for Westbrook. Like, they're putting Bishen the fail right now. All these non-shooters charts. Danny mentioned that Portland is is the team that he's feels most confident of these four which one is yours. Gosh, man. I could see any of these four make even okay, see, I could see them figuring out home, man. I thought this is so wide open right now. Like that Denver Santona, Sears, probably go seven. I mean for now that will have to say Portland, they're playing great. I two games. Let's move on to the other side of the Western Conference backup. Of the the other side of the Western Conference bracket for the NBA watch of the night Houston in Utah play tonight in game two it's at nine thirty eastern on TNT game one you tied. The fended James harden of pretty similar way that Milwaukee did earlier this season by shading him to his on the left side trying to force him to go right charts. This something that the jazz can do moving forward or should they be switching up. All right now. We're at a twenty six minutes. Go again. When Rudy go bears not in the game. Let's just go small like what is favourite doing this kind of free. Anyways. I love to see like Thaba at the five. Switch screen may carton work for points. Like to me. I don't see why they're going big the entire forty eight minutes. And so you want the Utah to begin? Switching screens in situations where go bear is not in the game you want. That's that would be your what your who've is. I think so because like right theoretically, go bears. Good enough remnant actor that makes sense like move defense to support him on the floor. But it's not like Derrick favors gonna stop hard. And getting what he wants to go. I don't think here's my thing. It's like engage. I didn't watch game one live. I watched the following morning. And I said this the vernal yesterday on the show. But there are so many tweets about how pathetic the defense was against James harden. And like he did create countless open shots for the Houston Rockets. He got into got into the paint over thirty times during the game. And it looked easy for him. However, I do think there are some good things. That Utah was doing while ago. Bear was in the game. First of all they forced him into seven floaters, which is the shot. James harden, does not want to take he wants to take the step back three. He wants to get to the rim. He only took three free throws in the game is twenty nine points came on twenty six shots. I think they did a good job forcing him into floaters..

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"thaba" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"thaba" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Perkins up top bolstering, nobody beats the head line. Ed fake looking for help holding the right foot? Give it up top Perkins. Five direct crossover, Cranston. Who softly puts it. Hold Twenty-one good fine by Perkins. But even better job of getting in the vision of Perkins was Brandon Clark sixteen to run. Just now at the table ready to step back in. SP screen fee tomato bounce pass. He puts up with shock over Clark puts it home twenty one eleven. Randall. The primary point guard Perkins. He plays catch against the deck pushing off on expanding. Doorbell back to purchase chilling. Look you to post on the right block shot shots off the rebound buydell. Twenty one eleven attack elites Mason steams down loses day tumble saved by the west gets hit the fouled try to pass it as he was down on the floor. Would you see there? Sloppy ballhandling for Baylor. Look, I Mason. He had a driving lane semitransition lost it. And then a Strom for the loose ball leads to. A little bit of a tile up underneath Fowler tilles. His second. Is in his first. Words from assistant coaches less out Bandou back in pass by Butler. One home. After twenty three to eleven Gonzaga not much. You can do if you're a guard other than get out of the way when Brandon Clark is filling Elena transition. Gaba uses this is to set a ball screen overtop goes that defender Perkins along with Bandou outside right Butler beach cradle off the bounce be tested high voter altered by four o'clock. Vital turnaround. Twisting halted by air ball. Hi, pal. Follows nearby Perkins. Chest whipped around the winter doorbell outside law, patchy more, Washington Post, Birkin's Ave, high-speed left forces a pass download away by Baylor picked up by the band. Zips it front court left down twenty three to eleven under nine to go in the first half. It's got three parts out. As he works. His way up the right side line. Mario Butler defended by Perkins. One on one outside right Bandou. Catchy. Right-wing three strong off the he'll buydell well-timed rebound drop step. Pulls back gets double feet up top to. Lee baby dribble is a whisker inside of the art. Whistle comes. Looks like we'll get a foul here. I believe after the bucket. It looks like against Baylor. They're going to send teams to their ventures. As the ball way through flow, Thaba Baylor gave a little forearm Sivota. Brandon Clark in the chest area. Officials talking it over. Twenty-three eleven on the scoreboard. John Sadok, Dan dick out here in a greater courtside seats in Salt Lake City winning.

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"thaba" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"thaba" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

"Let's talk golf for the last few minutes to show here because there are two tournaments. I want to touch on you know, I guess we'll start in on the European tour side because that is the one that starts little bit earlier. Here we go out to Abu Dhabi for the championship there. And you know, a lot of strong players in this field of Brooks kept guy out there, Dustin Johnson out there who by the way, he's thirteen to one over at five times for this tournament. You do not see Dustin Johnsons numbers at thirteen to one for any PGA tour tournament. So what sort of your approach you're out in Abu Dhabi? Well, now because the tournament is actually started already much to my surprise considering I did a write up for the Beason newsletter that we really something Wednesdays and it started overnight Tuesday night Wednesday morning. So we're actually already one round right now if Shane Lowry as the leader shooting a six ten under and I mean, Dustin Johnson now they've adjusted his odds he is that he did kind of start out for Lee. But got it back to three-under-par Brooks catholicos five hundred parts, hyper eleven, but you know, you got a lot of a lot of the different mix here of guys. Pablo Lara Thaba who won this event before three back at seven hundred Lou stays in a lot of respected guys tip for this tournament at minus seven the guys I played I played Martin Heimer was one of my guys. He's four back at six under simply because he's got great pedigree here. He's won here. Three times. We've got. Four other tops six finishes. So he's the guy that likes the Abu Dhabi golf club. So you've got a lot of guys. I mean, there's still some opportunities if you hadn't gotten in if you're used to a European tour event starting on Thursday and not starting this early. You know, you could still maybe get some some some y lines here, and you know, scoring looks to be low. I mean, the primary defense on this course, or bunkers ninety bunkers on force and the wind and done look like the winds ball and there's somebody shooting town under. All right. Well, my mistake. I didn't know that tournament had started already. I'm used to the the European tour events starting on Wednesday. So my apologies for that. But again, you know, one of the things that Brian blessing always talks on the show internment wagering looking for some of those guys that are still in striking distance. You'll wind up with some good players that are few shots off the pace. And then maybe you could take them heading into the second round or into the third round. Oh, hasn't started yet the Desert Classic out in California. How does your forty five hope was the careerbuilder? It's changed names. A whole bunch of times the challenging thing here about this one west with the cut after fifty four holes because these guys all play a different course the first three days. Yeah. Absolutely. And I mean, if you look at at this the past of performances of this event last year, you had a chalk winner with Jon Rahm winning this tournament. He's now for the tournament favorites this year of anywhere about six seven eight one. And you know, you have a couple of interesting names that are at the, you know, the top of the favorite Boorda Justin Rose never played this event his deciding to play this then this year, and he's about ten to one. Now, he is a he's playing with the new Clinton's this year. So I mean, I probably wouldn't take him that low even though he's certainly capable of winning it and can turn them in ten, but yeah, I mean, this is a, you know, you have three you have three different courses here. You know, it's a little bit of a plane that the PJ west nNcholas course in the stadium forces. Really, I think the best force of the three, but you've seen some chalky winners in some names win here before like, Jon Rahm or or Patrick read. But you've also had guys at longer shop prices like Hudson swap or to his one of my guys this week. He played very well at the Sony last week Ryan gay Mark Wilson, Johnny Vegas won his first event here DJ trae hand. So you're not always getting, you know, your your your premium or big names winning this event. So you know, it it is it is a little bit of a craft used..

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"thaba" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"thaba" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Well, and it's a carved face at a place called Thaba before Drik, which means the well of Patrick, and it's on a mountainside overlooking Galway bay and the baron the limestone area of north. Yeah. Yeah. And the well is the place that draws most people, but just below the well is a square plans of rocks that have been put together, and these rocks are all kind of archaeological miscellaneous of of the area. And and there are a number of carvings and things from indeterminate a parts of Irish history. And this face is one of them in the face is quite extraordinary. And I've always seen it as a face of a woman, and it's just facing into the weather. And I remember the first time I saw the face in the rock. I had the shock of understanding that I was being asked to hear something and that, but that I wasn't quite hearing it I had this sense that the face was trying to tell me something. And I remember standing that for the longest time and just not getting it, which is a bit of a shock for me. Because my thing in life is getting it. That's my job is to get it and say it, and I just wasn't. Getting it. And and I stood there for the longest time. And I said, well, I'd have to come and see you again and have another interview them, and I've gone up to before Drik at least once a year for the last twenty years and sometimes two or three times a year, and it's one of my favorite places on the planet. And each time I go I'd stand before this face, and I would have this little silent exchange, and but I was no wiser every time. And then I went into this stretch of years where I just got used to not knowing and and I just stood then happy that I didn't know what she was trying to say to me just like all the other relationships. It might say. Why should this be different? And but then I got a hold of myself. And I said, no, you need to really ass years actually trying to tell you something. Well, this went on for years. I'd go out there. And in fact, twenty s and it was just last year after I'd spent an intensive week in Connemara in Haina working with cinematographer and camera woman that I made this I made this breakthrough in Connemara with the camera lens. There was this intimacy. I'd always felt you know on the page with the invisible listener or writer or or Rita. Sorry. The intimacy with an audience, but I had never quite established it with a camera lens. I'd always felt it with the microphone in a studio in with radio. But I was very happy to find that during that week. I made this breakthrough with the camera lens itself and all the is and behind that lens. Well, at the end of the week, I said to the camera woman. Let's go round two. Befo drink to the well of Patrick, and I'll do a little piece above the world about drinking from a different sauce. But then I want to show you this face..

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"thaba" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

This Movie Changed Me

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"thaba" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

"Well, and it's a carved face at a place called Thaba before Drik, which means the well of Patrick, and it's on a mountainside overlooking Galway bay and the baron the limestone area of north. Yeah. Yeah. And the well is the place that draws most people, but just below the well is a square plans of rocks that have been put together, and these rocks are all kind of archaeological miscellaneous of of the area. And and there are a number of carvings and things from indeterminate a parts of Irish history. And this face is one of them in the face is quite extraordinary. And I've always seen it as a face of a woman, and it's just facing into the weather. And I remember the first time I saw the face in the rock. I had the shock of understanding that I was being asked to hear something and that, but that I wasn't quite hearing it I had this sense that the face was trying to tell me something. And I remember standing that for the longest time and just not getting it, which is a bit of a shock for me. Because my thing in life is getting it. That's my job is to get it and say it, and I just wasn't. Getting it. And and I stood there for the longest time. And I said, well, I'd have to come and see you again and have another interview them, and I've gone up to before Drik at least once a year for the last twenty years and sometimes two or three times a year, and it's one of my favorite places on the planet. And each time I go I'd stand before this face, and I would have this little silent exchange, and but I was no wiser every time. And then I went into this stretch of years where I just got used to not knowing and and I just stood then happy that I didn't know what she was trying to say to me just like all the other relationships. It might say. Why should this be different? And but then I got a hold of myself. And I said, no, you need to really ass years actually trying to tell you something. Well, this went on for years. I'd go out there. And in fact, twenty s and it was just last year after I'd spent an intensive week in Connemara in Haina working with cinematographer and camera woman that I made this I made this breakthrough in Connemara with the camera lens. There was this intimacy. I'd always felt you know on the page with the invisible listener or writer or or Rita. Sorry. The intimacy with an audience, but I had never quite established it with a camera lens. I'd always felt it with the microphone in a studio in with radio. But I was very happy to find that during that week. I made this breakthrough with the camera lens itself and all the is and behind that lens. Well, at the end of the week, I said to the camera woman. Let's go round two. Befo drink to the well of Patrick, and I'll do a little piece above the world about drinking from a different sauce. But then I want to show you this face..

Patrick Drik Connemara Galway bay writer Rita Haina twenty years
"thaba" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

09:34 min | 2 years ago

"thaba" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It is it's a really popular one. I think it's really timely because it's an important thing. It's good for the planet. And it's good for our pocketbook. Why why is it good for the planet? I mean, just I know why. But tell us why it's because we're wasting a ton of food and he last right now, forty percent of food is going on Eaton and so that is unnecessarily filling landfills and and wasting money in the process once Seattle it's going into compost bins, which is kind of interesting at the same time. How much would that food? I mean, that's a big number when you hear about that. But how much of that is or if any of it is off of say dinner place, you know, things have been prepared. But you can't really. You don't put it in. The fridge has a leftover right in restaurants. There's a lot of waste on dinner plates. Yeah. It's happening at all level of the stream. What do you find best to use for a leftover? What is your favorite thing to look in? The fridge is all the other night. I'm going to do with the leftovers. I think stale bread might be one of them because I like to make breadcrumbs or croutons or use them in a Strada. I mean, it's just such a personal scrap to have on hand. So nothing makes me happier than having a bag of frozen. Homemade bread crumbs in the freezer to pull out at a moment's notice. Because it gives your food so much more texture that might not otherwise be there. Simple pasta dish or GRA -ton or something like that. Your book looks beautiful. What are some kind of common vegetables that we think of throwing away the scraps? I mean, I can think of things off the top of my head ties. A strawberries the bottoms of cauliflower is the leaves of broccoli. I mean, there's just a ton of things that we just automatically decide. Not for me. Yeah. I think that's it. I mean, so much of this is just a mental shift that we've become conditioned almost that a recipe tells us to cut off and discard a stem, and so we're in the privileged position of being able to do that without thinking about it. So it's really just taking a step back and looking at what we're cooking with and realizing that almost all of it we can use and it's delicious, and sometimes it's not even a recipe. Sometimes it's what you watched your mom or your grandma do or. You have a I mean, I think the freezer wing these cases one of the best friend, you can possibly have. Because I think about what's in my freezer box right now, and I think of the big bundle of possibly stem and all the leftover the green league tops and stuff in the free in the freezer because when next time I'm gonna make a stuck with all these in the stuck in. Bingo, bango you got a wonderful suck. Yeah. Absolutely. When you make soup. Especially specially blended. Sue, people don't often think about possibly stem and top of leaks. But you put that in a soup, you cook it down with onions, and then you put some water, and you cook it again with some spices. And then you have a wonderful superman. This is when you'll hand Lando becomes very useful. Or you you just your regular Blando? So using the freezer is helping you cut down on food waste. It's setting you up for a great meals on the future. So Lindsay Jane outside of soups, which I think is something that we talk about a lot because he think about stocks, and that sort of thing where else can you take scraps? There's so many places now take scraps. I mean, I think one of the most surprising recipes in the cookbook is my banana peel cake. Because I've never thought about using banana peel definitely there's so many scraps like that that it really is just changing your mindset. So tell me more about these banana peels because for I mean, I would say judging by the audience's response people living. Throwing them away willy nilly into the garbage. Yes. So if you just lightly cooked them to soften them up, and then blend them, it's like any other fruit puree, really, and it just adds a lot of moisture and texture to the cake and just gives it this nice light, fluffy nece, and no one would ever guess that it's made with banana peels. So I have a question because when I was a kid they used to sit down eat the banana peel because they're not good. Is this a myth? Especially if you boil it. I mean, everything is dead after your body. Right. I don't know who is telling you this though publicly adults. I know you. French adult is poisonous. And you're like, okay. I guess I wanted to turn on the Piel. Okay. Well, if you have a latex allergy then you probably wouldn't want to eat them. Because there's something in it. The react similarly, but otherwise the banana peel is completely. We didn't know, but latex when there was a kid. So I don't think that was the case. I did the classic mistake. The other day, I was making ARCHE soup from thanksgiving leftovers and the use the opportunity to clean out. My fridge a little bit of the last bit of tomato paste last somebody had given me some pickled vegetables for Christmas or for an event that I did put those in there. Everything was all good the last of the carrots and salary and everything was all getting until I added the gravy from thanksgiving. And then I had stew. Stupefy suit. They know this about you. But then I had Stewart I'd like this rich. So you can go overboard trying to save everything out of the fridge. Well, no using everything. This is not saving using you. I think you're thinking the kitchen sink method which Lindsey teen is here to talk about. Well, I often cook from the kitchen Cigna. I make you make something out of nothing. We try what's in your fridge. All the time on the show. But I was just pointing out that. Yeah, you can go too far. You can you can take it too far another thing that you highlight is using. I don't even know what we call this. When you have a can of beans, and there's the liquid in the bean can yes, fiber aqua father. We usually just again rinse it right away. But tell us a little bit more about aqua Thaba, well, October is really cool because it behaves like egg whites. So you can whip that up and use it in places where you would. So in the book, I make a man as with it. And I use it and brownies you could make meringues it's really just fun to see this liquid with up like magic into peaks. We learned that about a year ago. Egg, white alternative induce totally forgotten about it. Nice job and what about pickle Brown? That's something. Very under utilized. Yes. I mean, our restaurant we we pickled things like our fish and chips, we will pickle I of the cod with the pickle brine. And then we'll use it in our fish and chips, and you get that kind of dill and garlic and delicious kind of start on your tartar sauce. Yeah. I mean, it's just such a great dish Breitner because it's just amped up vinegar. I mean, if not all those wonderful other flavors going on in it. So I like to use it in bloody Marys, I also like to use it in potato salad to sprinkle it on the potatoes when they're still worms that like soaks up that flavor. Someone's already done the work in that particular case. So you should just pretty much take advantage of the work. That's already. I think I think that between buying your book and talking to grandma you'd be probably set for life pressure because they would know all the trick in the world. You know, anybody who's been through world depression with differently know, how to save everything. Yes. This is not new. This is just a recycling of what used to be an we somehow forget about it. And now it's making a comeback recruiting about. Now's it's hot. It was never before. The things I think about that we throw away so many vegetable peelings, and I was doing a class here at the hot stove, and we talked about cauliflower, and how to clean cauliflower, everyone took the head of cauliflower took the core out with a knife to all those leaves off the outside. And then started working with what they were going to save all of that stuff for all of you listening all of that part of the edible. It's completely edible beautifully. Just like the floor. Let's do and nutrients of to go through that before they get to become a cauliflower think about the logic behind that. The flavor is actually stronger than the standard than it is in the flower. I mean, there are some examples like rhubarb where it doesn't ring true. And we know better, but that's a different it's different. But it's it's where I think some of these wives tales, Brooklyn stem. It's like any kind of stems stems delicious, especially if you're going to be making soup. Who cares? I mean, you're going to be taking it down. Then blending it. So it's going to become a pure too. But I love what Lindsay gene is doing because it's bringing it away. Awareness to things that maybe some of us know or some of us have forgotten like the fabriga and with broccoli stems. Right. Like that was the thing that we all use throw away. Now, you can go to grocery stores, and that's actually all they sell is Juliette and broccoli stem. So you can toss it in your salad marketing thing to some extent, it is also part of the trail of relieving hunger. That exists in America by saving an eating everything. You know, everything is edible pretty much except for the hoof. Well, one of the things we used to throw away used to years ago was the big bright stems of ruby chard. Right. So you think all the green often, then you take the stems cook it really separately. In my mind. You take do a little saute on the leaves? And you kind of roast the stems put them back together, and you have a more hearty. Delicious more useful mean literally you were throwing away fifty percent of the net weight of that of that chart. Yeah. Yeah. It's crazy. So Lindsey, gene heart has been our guest. Her book is called cooking with scraps. Your peels in cores and Ryan's and stems.

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"thaba" Discussed on Full Court Press

Full Court Press

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"thaba" Discussed on Full Court Press

"And that's how you get thirties. I'm going for him. Yeah. I think I think that Phillies game thirty six physical attempts. No assists. In got a lot of attention. Got a lot of attention mostly because they were playing. Sixers in the Jimmy Butler air. I don't know if that was the kind of just one of the teams as much attention. But it did because I think that was nationally televised. But they've got to get more offense here. I don't I don't think there's more offense to mine on this roster, certainly like the fisa profile is there, really. Thaba ingles. Mitchell's good defender. So, but I think they're actually at a rod roster construction point where they're so limited on off its creation that I think they're going to potentially have to add to Russia over Rubio's feelings of stress over his free agency. He's always been a guy that kind of when when there's ability tends to play a little bit better when things were stable Minnesota. He was very good. When was sure what the plan wasn't in Minnesota. He would play not nearly as well. We love this team last year. And they started ten and sixteen last year and struggling they were listening rue the, and but audibly they're really really inconsistent. And I don't know that they answers on this roster. What do you think Greg? We talk about how you have to have four shooters on the floor and Utah doesn't play with four shooters on the floor when dark favors and Rudy bear are out there. So that's just that's the starting point. Probably conserve. I've that when you're one of the top one or two defensive teams in the league. But we talked about last year we talked about it in the preseason. The preview for Utah is if you wanna be a true contender being twentieth on offense in I on defenses. Good enough. It's the same with Boston. We've talked about them as well. They have to find a way to be a top twelve office of team, and when you're playing Derrick favors and really go. Bayer together you're just not you're not going to get there and go bear. I would never say here in say go bear is not a great player. He's you know. Different supplier of the year and incredibly. Long terrific defensive player. But. When I when I was watching live. It's really interesting when you watch game live in. I don't I'm not looking at numbers and see. I see what you mean in the in the arena, not just to be. Yeah. That's what I mean in person. Right. And you look up and you see, oh, this guy's got this many points, but they didn't really put up how many show like I didn't know I had left that that Donald Mitchell had taken that many shots. I mean, it seemed like he took a lot of shots. But and it was kind of weird too. Because tell you getting to the arena, I mind the office up in north Phillies about twenty miles from the Rena. It literally took almost two hours to get from the office to the arena in my seat. It was. It was insane. So getting their missed a couple opening minutes sit down, and I'm kinda, you know, trying to grab some food and just, you know, get seated and there's people around and in the first half..

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"thaba" Discussed on Open Floor

Open Floor

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"thaba" Discussed on Open Floor

"First of all, I love how many listeners we still have in Australia. We are very pro Australian podcast. And this is not the first Email we've gotten requesting Australian NBA power rankings. Yeah. I was gonna say like, we're pro Australia. But you know, who's more pro us Jillian than us. All of us wanted to talk about the players at you every Email. It's great. So do you have any takes here any thoughts? Well, if he's going to phrase it like this with best Australian-born player in history. It's it's gotta be hiring. Well, we're not saying who's the best Australia who's the best person who's like ever stepped foot there. I mean, if you're saying Australian-born, and you're looking at Kyrie Irving who hit a finals clinching three pointer and is going to be a hall of Famer gold medallist. I mean, I think he's the guy who's got to have it. Right. I guess so I don't know. I mean to me claiming kyri is a little bit too, desperate. That's a, but if you're if it's Orland or something, and you only have Thaba Slifer losha or pretending slowed us slowdown because you want you were begging for free air delis on this podcast like go. So, you know, if you were Austrailia, you would claim no Australia has a real NBA culture to be proud of. I wouldn't claim some random outlier guy who is technically born in Australia. I wouldn't craft the question. So that I could include Kyrie Irving, Australia has plenty of awesome, NBA guys. And I mean, Ben Simmons is probably the correct answer. I think if we're being technical about it. But even the Australian guys don't really rock with Ben Simmons that way. So I don't know if I would put him on top of the power rankings either slowdown. It sounds to me like you're forgetting about Patty mills could break off dribble who could hit a game winner in your face and who would play such. Advocating defense on you could not even dribble the ball across half court. Well, that's my answer. I think it has to be what I think it has to be either Joe Ingles or Patty mills or age or how do you miss his entry bogus that good one? 'cause he's also a champion. I'm trying to think of this in terms of like most accomplish. Because I think that's where Simmons falls a little short. If we answer this question in three years. I think it's pretty clear. Just my official answer would be one kyri to rate. Australia can't claim kyri they have to be prouder than that have some dignity, Android. Like, an Iranian nationalist here. But like come on. I don't mean to be pedantic edge you, but that's how brats question was worded. So technically, my answer is going to be kyri followed by I'm going to go Patty mills thinking with my heart, then Andrew bogut. I think that and then Simmons that's my top. Okay. Yeah. I'm going with bogut, Patty mills Joe Ingles. And then I also think Andrew Gaze and Luc Longley probably deserve credit. I know a lot about Austrailia basketball because I kind of like followed that team while I was at the Olympics in Rio, and they were by far my favorite team, and really my favorite athletes across all sports. We can't we can't put gays into this conversation, though, Anju. Yeah. And also he picked by with me on Twitter over their sportsmanship during a fever basketball. Wait, a second to rewind. You were complaining about Australia's sportsmanship during a fever tournament. That's what I heard from that. No. That's exactly what happened. I mean. They were intentionally giving up like why doping dunk? So they basically tanking as a team because it was going to give them a better seed, so they could avoid the the United States. And and basically like Dante Exum was just dribbling the ball. The top of the key for like thirty seconds on their offensive possessions. Like, they weren't even trying to create good shots. They were just letting the other team score. And I put together a post very diligently breaking down how they tanked with Jif and everything else came in. It was shameful. Enjoying Andrew Gaze came at me. And he was like denying it, and they're wound up being a FIBA investigation. I can't tell you how that investigation went. But there was there was other rival players like Goren jogging were offended by Austrailia behavior in that tournament, and I have never forgiven Australia for that, even though I love you guys down there and Andrew Gaze cannot make..

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"thaba" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"thaba" Discussed on WDRC

"Lost their lives with their families. President Trump reaches out after six people die in hurricane Michael. Now, it's about helping the victims the only people getting into Panama City tonight, our utility crews and first responders police and national guard have set up roadblocks checkpoints are the major highways into the city telling people who evacuated you can't go home yet. Fox's Rick Leventhal report says Turks have told the US they have audio recordings that prove the Saudis murder journalist Jamal kashogi Senator dick Durbin says President Trump needs to demand answers from Saudi Arabia. We also have intelligence traffic has been disclosed publicly. Let suggested we knew they were up to kidnapping him on returning him to Saudi Arabia for punishment or worse. The Washington Post reports say the recordings contain sounds Khashoggi's, torture and murder. This is Fox News. Mark Stewart addresses, Connecticut issues, the budget Thaba, we'll tweak things I Mark Stewart will overhaul them we need an overhaul, but establishment politicians can't do it. We need an independent candidate. And yes, we can get rid of an income tax in three years Connecticut's problems, all stemmed from government. But government is the easiest thing to change. It just takes will. I'm an optimist. We can end welfare we can get back to the budgets of one thousand nine hundred eighties with zero income taxes and the highest incomes in the nation helped me make that change. You have the will. I Mark Stewart and your servant to carry out that will win a big party politicians won't stop paying people who don't wanna work stopped showering benefits, state employees were not as dedicated as the private workforce as Bernini people. I make welfare better private funding helps needy people more than relying on an unreliable state paid for by Stewart. For liberty. I'm Mark Stewart and I approve this message Seymour Stewart for liberty dot.

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"thaba" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"thaba" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"So in late July, Keira, a study was posted at the archive that's spelled a. are excited by Dev Kumar Thaba and, uh, shoe Mandi. They are. Scientists from the Indian Institute of science. And in this study, they report that a combination of gold and silver nanoparticles can achieve room temperature superconductivity, of course, when the information out exactly right. There was a mix of excitement, and of course legitimate skepticism because physicists have been fooled before I've read false reports on superconductivity. They also physicists, no, this is a really big one. You know, this isn't like, you know, minor claim like, okay, whatever. Like if people say they got there, you better be able to prove it in boy, if you're correct the world's gonna change. So also a lot of physicists wanted to delve into the details and actually wanted to also test their findings. There have been many claims at superconductive superconductivity was achieved at room temperature, but a lot of those were they, all of them were lies and MIT physicist named Brian. Skinner reported that he found something in the data that was used for the study. That seemed to be an error. What he found was that there were two. Sets of data. They're multiple sets of data that expressed how a superconductor repels different magnetic fields at various temperatures. And what he found was that these two discreet different sets of data had the same exact pattern of noise in the data set. So what we would expect to find is a completely random set of noise that should not fit into any kind of repeatable pattern. When I say noise it's almost like audio white noise that there's no pattern to it doesn't. It's repeatable, it doesn't sound like it would be noise to begin. Exactly. That's the exact point. So he was able to see this. I think he saw it actually visually, and then he realized, wow, these two things look alike. And then he matched them up and they were exactly like clone. Maybe maybe I'm sure that he initially was like, what is this a copy and paste or whatever. But Skinner was hesitant to report his findings because you know, he didn't wanna come off like he's accusing them or is the Toury. He's not against the two scientists who can. Inducted the study, and he thought over it for a week. And he asked several of his colleagues that they think that his findings were an honest mistake done by the researchers and his colleagues agreed that there was no obvious explanation for repeat pattern in these these noise segments of data that represented noise. So Skinner ended up simply asking for an explanation about his findings and it was very, it was very underwhelming and he put it. He put the question on the he posted on the archive. Okay. Yeah, that's pretty common said the archive is open access. So it's a place where people usually, especially in physics and engineering and computer science, they'll publish their first. They can get or journal. Peer review can sometimes take years and it's great. I mean, we love the process, but it's too slow. Yeah, it is. It's costly. Bring stuff. Yeah. So people bring stuff to the archive first so that other people have access to the data they can start working with kicking it around. Yeah, yeah. But then of course, things like this are found. So in the end, Skinner filled obligated to go public for the sake of honesty mentioning separately that this is what scientists are supposed to do, and he felt obligated to do it. So he didn't accuse them of an I made up a word for you. Care did not accuse them of fraudulent ding, the. It's a good word. It isn't good word today producing fraudulent data or committing fraud in their data production, fraudulent, ding, fraudulent data. Can't you can't put that on your list though. I just added it. You can because that's that's for accidental. That's exit was accidents. And I said it. I'm gonna put an asterisk for Bob. We've been going when I was writing when I was doing my research has typing it out..

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"thaba" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"thaba" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Mitchell Royce o.'neil, Joe Ingles Jae Crowder is probably gonna slide up and place minutes at the three. Now they got Thaba back, so it's gonna be tough for him getting minutes in his rookie year in that might be tough considering all the players. So we'll see that shakes out. But I, I have tough time seeing them getting a lot of minutes unless there's some injuries. So real quickly before we depart, I was critical a couple of foods, go of the jazz giving a George kneeing twenty. Five this year I was giving him a full guaranteed contract for this year. He's been compared to Jared Dudley in the past. He has worked on his shooting. That's the one thing that I think you can say, looks better. His body looks a little bit better, but another kinda concept guy, but a my wrong about him. Do. Would you support the better they gave him that that guaranteed contracts outside just based on court? You know, I think there are some kind of culture reasons because he's toiled for them in the g. league to to give him a contract just to provide an example of working hard being rewarded in that kind of stuff, but just on the court is worth that contract, which is I want him to be worth that contract just because I love his game. He so creative in yell, fun to watch. But I think I thought with on your side of the argument that east probably not somebody that I believe in long-term MBA. I was a little bit impressed with some of his on ball defense just against some guys. Think he stone Kevin Knox a couple times and that Collins when they were matched up. So I, I was impressed with his ability to like he's not the fastest guy is. Let 'isms pretty terrible, but it was at least pretty good and -ticipant like how to slide mirror some guys on in some of those aspects. And then obviously is touch authencity. But like his feel for the game can only get him so far like he just looks, you know, really short out there. He's improved his body. He's not. He's a very below average MBA athlete and he's not like high quality, three point shooter. So I, I don't think he'll really stick long-term. And and you said you were critical and you know, maybe they could have done a little bit better with that spot, but there there aren't any really, you know, spots for like playing time on the jazz roster right now. So you could argue like maybe they get like a younger development, undrafted free agent guy, stuff like that, but I don't. It might have been like something they could have done better with, but I, I really don't think that's that big of a difference from what they could have done with overall. Yeah, he'll be there in protest. You know, he'll play hard ill, contribute the a good example at cetera. Of art while this is a lot of fun, a lot of work, but always one of my favorite endeavors go back through summer league and try to really keep up on where. All of these players are going. So thanks so much for listening and is gonna be team preview time later this week already gonna get you guys started with our ceremonial first team preview, but will do to actually parenthesis code going through till October first. So look forward to that and look forward to talking the all later in the week till then..

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"thaba" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"thaba" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"As opposed to being a distributor pablo made a great point he was like what is sub tweet nisit when you demonstrate your photographic memory on all these plays but did you remember jordan clark's day completely i saw that every in every time when he's like let something slip like that it's been on purpose he's got him he does this pablo pablo got a run and listen his head of all the filipinos that do anything no where the sports jordan clarkson is on the list did you know that why no he's like a member of the filipino like national he's like one quarter quarter filipino now the filipino national team tried to just get javale mcgee in that didn't that didn't happen but they tried to get javale mcgee on the team because i mean i think he's played in the filipino league some feet tall so you know they tried to they tried to bring them in but not i still think the camps are going to win this i think the cavs are going to win game to the cavs don't win game to game three becomes the latest installment of the biggest game of the bronze career as bouyed by the way we're gonna stack those up all the games lebron head there were the biggest game lebrons career because i can name like thaba talk about those biggest games the bras career for you the biggest thing and your career is probably the next person that you are going to hire finding great talent is difficult not everybody's lucky enough to have somebody like gave working with what do you need to do ziprecruiter they knew there's a smarter way so they built a platform the fis right job candidates for you ziprecruiter lers what you're looking for it identifies people with the right experience and they invite them to apply to your job invitations revolutionized how you find your next higher eighty percents of employers who post those ziprecruiter get quality candidate through the site in just one day and there's more they even spotlight the strongest applications you receive so you never miss a great match the right candidates are out there in ziprecruiter is how you find the businesses of all sizes trust dip recruiter for their hiring needs my listeners right now to try ziprecruiter for free reunited nine go to ziprecruiter dot com slash bowl money that's ziprecruiter dot com slash bomani ziprecruiter smarter way too high.

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Golf: All eyes on Tiger at Masters practice as tension builds, Life & Culture

News, Traffic and Weather

02:02 min | 3 years ago

Golf: All eyes on Tiger at Masters practice as tension builds, Life & Culture

"Next year or you double pin their seasons september first in atlanta that seems like a long way away but the huskies know it'll be here before they know it that's why the spring football practice sessions are so important the dogs out there early this morning for their fourth of fifteen practices this month new offense coordinator bush hamden who spent last season with the atlanta falcons getting comfortable shots with the offense this offense has kind of been in place for a long long time now dating back probably the nineties boise but i think everywhere you go you pick up different things here and there and you say how can that fit and obviously learned a lot last year a couple wrinkles here and there but for the most part things other than a tim hortons donut shop one the other things you'd be sure to find vancouver the past seventeen years is dean brother the twin brothers henrik and daniel announced this morning they will retire from the vancouver canucks after seventeen years together in the nhl the brothers have thirty seven and while there from sweden they do plan on making vancouver their longterm home tiger woods in augusta and getting ready for the masters today for the first time since twenty fifteen was played a practice round at augusta national played nine holes of fred couples and couples said he looks like the tiger woods have ten years ago freddie there in the left woods is a four time winner at the masters but has not played in that major since two thousand fifteen when he did tie for seventeenth greg gop shots oftener employee of the night honors tonight's got shot we've both golfers and rock skippers in masters practice rhinos as maria thaba from across the pond skips it six times across the water gets it on the green elegant this nearly holes it out this is one of the more unbelievable things i've ever seen a golf course six skips across the pond i've never seen that that is our absolutely the rock definitely not with the gulf ball pretty impressive for sure well weatherwise we've got okay weather forgetting out there and maybe getting around on the links tomorrow but not so much by the time.

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"thaba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"thaba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It looks like we might get another big snowstorm here mid week very burbank sets us currently on track to hit boston but we'll know more on the next twenty four hours full forecast just ahead with traffic and weather a rideshare driver is charged with raping a passenger in the south end carl stevens tells us the suspect is due in court today it was early sunday morning around one o'clock boston police from the south end responded to a call for sexual assault in the area of hemingway street northeastern university police it stopped man who said he was a rideshare operator the officers noted that a female passenger appeared to be not only in distress but may have been the victim of a sexual assault after an invest by members of the boston police sexual assault unit they arrested the driver ranjan thaba of everett is going to be arraigned today on a charge of rape carl stevens wbz news radio ten thirty a state trooper is on administrative leave for reportedly turning up drunk for his shift on saint patrick's day trooper jonathan brown was relieved of duty in the early hours of sunday morning after allegedly slurring his speech on the radio authorities believe he was drinking prior to his shift and was not drinking on the job brown remains on leave pending duty status hearing this week state police are looking into whether brown responded to any calls while on duty president trump is heading to new hampshire community college day touting new plans to fight the opioid crisis in the state he wants called a drug infested den wbz's tim kim tunnicliffe reports the president is coming to manchester to outline a controversial proposal involving drug dealers president trump is expected to outline stiffer penalties for drug traffickers including the death penalty where it's appropriate under current law during his stop in manchester the president will likely visit the central fire station to discuss the cities safe station program which allows addicts to seek out help at fire stations without the fear of being arrested mike amash.

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"thaba" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"thaba" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"And sent to the pokey i'd be sharon a i'd be sharing a bed with some guy named thaba who says the poked the gel gene why went to jail if you remember to speak to prisoners at rikers island that that they call it the polke keith i'm just saying jail poldhu a poll called jail who calls it the polke i wouldn't want to live in rikers rikers and not a pleasant place um anyway i said you i said to the guys i got you guys miss mcdonald's he has missed having a girlfriend he has missed baby go for a walk and gonna make the same dumb mistakes over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over again and you're going to live here the rest of your life and i said if that's your life you want no that you have the choice and then i said to them if you have dopey friends a dopey family in your life that are corrupting you and you can't say no to then go home pack your bag and find a place to live elsewhere away from those bad influences in your life and then don't replace the bad influences with new bad influences stay out of trouble go wash dishes go flip hamburgers do what you have to do to survive and then work your way back in a school that was my advice to them hey listen the what we got the muller scam randall uranium one we got hillary clinton should be in jail and we have one pathetic congress it all the more i see what's going on in dc i see that that we're never going to be able to clean up the mess that they have created the swamp is too deep i know people like the president are trying but if we work together we can actually drain the swamp permanently and we don't need congress' approval to do it how many times have you heard me now talking about a convention of states and said yourself i need to check this out of the president he's doing his part but what about you if you haven't done anything yet stop thinking about a get into this fight help us drain the swamp go to convention of states dot com today all join me my friend mark mccloy the great one mark levin mike huckabee and others just signed the petition it's all were asking convention.

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"thaba" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"thaba" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"And jail overnight in jail for the next thirty nights whatever they decide so uh why these guys felt they could abuse you know a a sitting judge in why did them and purposely admit pertinent information at i dunno i i wouldn't do it by did it i'd be handcuffed perp bob mugshot it and and sent to the pokey i'd be sharon a i'd be sharing a bed with some guy named thaba says the poked the jail in jail while i went to jail if you remember to speak to prisoners at rikers island that that they call it the poll i'm just saying jail pulled to a poll call jail who calls it the polke i wouldn't want to live in rikers rikers and not a pleasant place um anyway i said you i said to the guys like a de guys miss mcdonald's he has missed having a girlfriend he has missed baby go for a walk in the park you guys midst not being around other violent people i said because you're gonna have choices some of you are going to to your time and never come back here and some of you are going to be stupid and you're gonna make the same dumb mistakes over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over again and you're going to live here the rest of your life and i said if that's your life you want no that you have the choice and then i said to them if you have dopey friends a dopey family in your life that are corrupting you and you can say no to then go home pack your bag and find a place to live elsewhere away from those bad influences in your life and then don't replace the bad influences with new bed influences stay out of trouble go wash dishes go flip hamburgers do what you have to do to survive and then work your way back in a school that was my advice to them hey listen the well we got the muller scandal uranium one we got hillary clinton should be in jail and we have one pathetic congress it all the more i see what's going on in dc i see that that we're never going to be able to clean up the mess that they have created the.

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