33 Burst results for "Thirty Two Seconds"

"Pop, Lock & Drop It" rapper killed in double shooting near St. Louis

KYW 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

"Pop, Lock & Drop It" rapper killed in double shooting near St. Louis

"St Louis rapper or who went by the stage name Huey was killed in a shooting Thursday night more from CBS news correspondent that paper it topped the charts in June two thousand seven rapper rapper Huey Huey best best known known for for pop pop lock lock and and drop drop it it has has died died in in a a shooting shooting outside outside St St Louis Louis the the thirty thirty two two year year old old whose whose real real name name was was Lawrence Lawrence ranks ranks junior junior was was shot shot on on the the front front porch porch of of a a home and died around eleven PM Thursday night police say as many as ten other people were present in and around the crime scene during the shooting

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Death toll rises after powerful earthquake hits southern Mexico

Morning Edition

02:02 min | 7 months ago

Death toll rises after powerful earthquake hits southern Mexico

"A powerful earthquake struck a huge swath of southern and central Mexico yesterday at least five people were killed the quake hit mid morning and despite its punch in the wide area affected damage was surprisingly moderate and yours Carrie Kahn reports from Mexico Mexico City City the the quake quake was was centered centered in in the the southern southern state state of of Oaxaca Oaxaca near near the the Pacific Pacific coast coast resort resort of of Huatulco Huatulco them them not not only only for for today today and and what what better way to take case okay thought on myself and I can market worker in the beach town posted video to Twitter as he walked down the aisle strewn with items thrown from shelves and topple display cases my goal for mind they say it was really bad he says landslides blocked a major highway several building facades cracked in walls toppled the US Geological Survey put the magnitude at seven point four and said the quake was felt by nearly fifty million people in eight Mexican states in Guatemala in Mexico City hundreds of miles away seismic alarms went off more than a minute before the shaking started here he knows your name for favor fake thought but I do got a key it gave us the perfect amount of time to get out into the street said thirty two year old son your Rubio who ran down the stairs from the fifth floor of her apartment building in the Condesa neighborhood her neighbor twenty nine year old Juan Pablo Sanchez sprinted from the seventh floor all you could see the palm trees right there just sweeping back and forth what really scared me was hearing hearing the buildings just crack helicopters swarmed over the area surveying surveying for for damage damage Mexico Mexico city's city's mayor mayor says says thirty thirty two two buildings buildings were were affected affected the the same same area area was was hit hit hard hard by by a a seven seven point point one one quake quake nearly nearly three three years years ago ago which which killed two hundred and forty eight people and toppled dozens of buildings that quake's epicenter was close to the capital leaving no time for the alarm systems warning

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The Federal Financial Help That Small Business Need to Stay in Business

The Small Business Radio Show

08:37 min | 9 months ago

The Federal Financial Help That Small Business Need to Stay in Business

"Well. well. Thanks Thanks for for joining. joining. This This week's week's radio radio show show remembered. remembered. This This is is the the final final word word in in small small business business for for those those keeping keeping track track listeners. listeners. Now Now show show number number five five eighty eighty four. four. I'm I'm recording recording this this from from my my home home studio studio because because of of Corona Corona virus virus and and I I just just want want to to say say that that this this episode episode provided provided by by next next diva diva the the all all in in one one communications communications platform platform for for your your small small business business fun. fun. That's That's a a word word that that we we need need more more of of these these days days especially especially as as I'm I'm now now recording recording from from home home during during the the cove cove in in one one thousand thousand nine nine hundred hundred and and it's it's very very difficult difficult with with everyone everyone really really working working remotely remotely. but What what role role is is fun. fun? Still Still play play in in your your business business and and how how can can use use it it to to spoil spoil your your culture? culture? My My next next guest guest is is Nick Nick Jenolan. Jenolan. Who's Who's the the founder founder of of the the Fun Fun Department Department Consulting Consulting and and Training Training Company Company that that featured featured on on BBC BBC Washington Washington Post Post Ted ex ex and and many many other other media media outlets outlets his his clients clients range range from from fortune? fortune? One One hundred hundred companies companies those those as as few few as as ten ten people people known known as as the the Godfather Godfather of of fun fun he he began began his his company company after after experiencing experiencing firsthand firsthand the the enhanced enhanced culture culture and and Business Business Results Results Fun Fun during during his his twenty twenty year year corporate corporate management management ten. ten. You're You're with with a a company company that that embraced embraced a a work work hard hard player player and and culture. culture. He He partnered partnered with with delivering delivering happiness. happiness. Two Two leading leading cultural cultural experts experts that that were were born born Zepos Zepos culture culture and and bestselling bestselling book. book. Nick Nick welcome welcome to to the the show. show. Thank Thank you you so so much much for for pleasure pleasure to to be be cyber. cyber. Had Had The The godfather godfather of of fun fun on on well. well. It's It's not not the the intimidating intimidating kind kind not to shoot above above. Actually actually want want a a James James Brown Brown dance dance competition competition competition competition in in my my early early twenties. twenties Godfather godfather souls souls so so so so all all of of us us are are shelter shelter in in place. place. How How are are you you and and your your family family doing doing it it during during this this time? time? Good Good thank thank you you feel feel very very fortunate fortunate. in you Know know in in spite spite of of everything everything that's that's going going on on so so very very well. well. No No one's one's been been sick sick and and and and we we are are trying trying to to have have fun fun every every day. day. That's That's that's that's one one of of our our mantra. mantra. So So we're we're we're we're we're we're enjoying enjoying making making the the best. best. So So there there are are a a lot lot of of coal coal company company cultures cultures out out there. there. Some Some could could be be called called fun fun not not fun. fun. Everyone's Everyone's got got their their own own type type of of thing thing but but now now that that people people are are sheltering sheltering in in place place and and there there are are workers workers it it does does change change the the cultural cultural dynamics. dynamics. Doesn't Doesn't it it absolutely absolutely sure? sure? So So how how does does it it change change in? in? How How do do you you still still keep keep fun? fun? If If that's that's part part of of your your culture culture going going so so we've we've been been getting getting requests requests long long before before krona krona virus. virus. Actually Actually it's it's our our biggest biggest call call out out over. over. The The last. last. Several Several years years has has been. been. How How do do we we engage engage remote remote workers workers so so this this is is not not a a new new phenomenon phenomenon but but it's it's been been exasperated exasperated obviously by by by by Corona Corona viruses viruses and and social social distancing distancing? but But it's it's important important because because Some Some reports reports indicate indicate that that eighty eighty percent percent of of workers workers are are working working remotely remotely in in you you know know to to some some degree degree these these days days and and different different locations locations whether whether it it be be a a company company with with multiple multiple locations locations or or just just working working from from home home so so it's it's a a phenomenon phenomenon it's it's been been going going on on for for some some time time and and keeping keeping employees employees engaged engaged is is important. important. People People feel feel isolated isolated that that you're you're lonely lonely some some depressed depressed and and just just to to be be the the culture culture right right right. right. Yes Yes so so everybody everybody knows knows that that feeling feeling now now so so So So it it is is important. important. And And there's there's there's there's little little things things that that you you can can do do to to you you know know to to keep keep people people engaged engaged in in happy happy so so and and it's it's not not so so much much about about fun fun it's it's about about it's it's about about really really enhance enhance your your culture culture and and keeping keeping that that that that culture culture alive alive and and consistent. consistent. So So what what steps steps would would you you take? take? I I mean mean some some people people are are doing doing you you know know zoom zoom happy happy hours hours or or things things like like that that where where people people just just get get on on and and shoot shoot the the crap. crap. What What kinds kinds of of things things you you seeing seeing that that companies companies that that want want to to preserve preserve their their fun fun culture culture are are actually actually doing doing during during these these times. times. Sure Sure so so we we recommend. recommend. There's There's some some really really easy easy things things to to do. do. You You can can always always start start a a meeting. meeting. Zoom Zoom meeting meeting with with with with a a video video right. right. Videos Videos are are abundant. abundant. They're They're free. free. They're They're on on Youtube. Youtube. You You can can you you can can share share a a video video and and maybe maybe it's it's a a leadership leadership meeting meeting and and there's there's a a lot lot of of funny funny ones ones when when it it comes comes to to mind mind as as the the you you know know the the dancing dancing guy guy video. video. So So there's there's there's there's plenty plenty of of a video videos that that are are topical topical that that kind kind of of you you know know out out a a little little. levity. Levity they They take take a a couple couple of of minutes minutes and and it's it's well well worth worth the the time time to to do do that. that. Another Another thing thing depending depending on on the the size size of of the the audience audience is is to to just just take take a a minute minute and and do do something something literally literally thirty thirty seconds seconds and and ask ask people people hey hey share. share. What's What's on on your your your your background background of of your your Your Your iphone iphone or or your your your your cell cell phone phone so so we we call call it it background background check. check. It's It's just just a a quick quick little little game. game. It's It's usually usually something something personal. personal. That That will will just just connect connect people people and and humanize humanize a a meeting. meeting. So So there's there's little little things things like like that that and and then then they they go go well well beyond beyond we we you you know know we we create create videos videos contests contests and and themes themes that that people people can can can can do do as as a a group group you know know virtual virtual team team building building if if you you will will but but little little things things are are important important and and I I can't can't stress stress that that enough enough that that it it doesn't doesn't have have to to be be big big elaborate elaborate productions productions just just a a little little bit bit of of Levity Levity On On a a consistent consistent basis basis goes goes a a long long way way I I the the biggest biggest mistakes mistakes a a lot lot of of small small business business owners owners make. make. Is Is You You know. know. They're They're actually actually nervous nervous about about people people working working from from home. home. Are Are they they really really doing doing their their jobs? jobs? So So they they have have a a tendency tendency when when they they get get on on these these zoom zoom calls calls or or they they connect connect with with people people in in their their company. company. They They actually actually are are all all business. business. And And they're they're actually. actually. It's It's a a lot lot of of pressure pressure instead instead of of humanizing. humanizing. What's What's going going on on to to galvanize galvanize people people together together from from a a loyalty loyalty standpoint standpoint to to go go towards towards one one mission? mission? It's It's a a great great point. point. You're You're absolutely absolutely right. right. And And the the data data is is there there to to support. support. All All these these people people are are productive productive in in home home right right so so the the actually actually more more productive productive at at home home so so it it if if you you can can kind kind of of get get over over that that shift shift that that paradigm paradigm and and just just just just recognize recognize that. that. It's It's kind kind of of just just like like at at the the office. office. There's There's GonNa GonNa be be a a little little water water cooler cooler talk. talk. There's There's going going to to be be a a little little break break in in the the day. day. Like Like that's that's a a healthy healthy thing thing for for for for everybody everybody to to to to stay stay connected. connected. Stay Stay engaged engaged and and and and really really to to be be able able to to live live your your your your culture culture and and your your values. values. It It was was so so fascinates fascinates me me because because I I was was talking talking to to one one of of my my longtime longtime clients clients the the other other day day and and I've I've been been probably probably helping helping him him for for fifteen fifteen years years he he said said really really for for the the first first time time people people in in his his organization organization are are really really stepping stepping up up and and in in fact fact being being remote remote now now his his company company is is actually actually working working better better than than it it did did in in the the office office and and he he was was kind kind of of person person that that said said he he didn't didn't want want anybody anybody working working remote remote and and now now it it actually actually is is more more optimal. optimal. Yeah Yeah that's that's that's that's phenomenon. phenomenon. I I hear hear every every day day from from companies companies that. that. Oh Oh my my gosh. gosh. We We didn't didn't think think this this was was at at all all possible. possible. And And the the facts facts are are that that the the work work is is getting getting done. done. People People are are stepping stepping up up as as you you say say especially especially in in these these times times so so it's it's It's It's going going to to change change the the work work place place forever. forever. I I I I really really feel. feel. That's That's the the case. case. That That working working remote remote is is here here to to stay. stay. It's It's it's it's particular particular to to a a few few industries industries that that have have been been doing doing this this for for a a long long time. time. So So you you know know tack tack in in creative creative have have been been doing doing it it for for a a long long time. time. Traditional Traditional professional professional services services banking banking finance finance and and professional professional services services have have been been a a little little bit bit later later to to to to come come on. on. But But it's it's here here to to stay stay now. now. So So what what happens happens if if you you have have a a culture culture which which is is not not a a fun fun culture culture right right now? now? I I have have a a client? client? Always Always tell tell the the story story where where when when they they used used to to get get together together as as a a company company when when they they all all worked worked in in one one place place they'd they'd have have bowling bowling night night right right and and bowling bowling night. night. Start Start at at seven seven o'clock o'clock and and bowling. bowling. I I ended ended at at ten ten o'clock o'clock would would show show up up two two minutes minutes before before seven seven and and leave leave one after after ten ten after after a a while. while. They They realize realize we're we're just just not not people people that that really really want want to to get get together together so so if if you you have have a a company company that that doesn't doesn't have have a a culture culture of of fun. fun. What What else else can can you you do do to to make? make? Sure Sure people people feel feel like like they they belong belong and and to to actually actually help help them them in in their their isolation isolation. Yeah so so one one of of the the things things that that all all the the data data again again indicates indicates and and that that it's it's it's it's been been part part of of our our model model from from the the very very beginning beginning fund fund really really should should occur occur during during working working hours. hours Right right. that's That's what what people people recognize recognize is is real real genuine. genuine. And And they they they they appreciate appreciate the the most. most. If If it's it's after after hours hours it it's feels feels a a little little more more obligatory obligatory so so if if you're you're doing doing things things after after hours hours not not to to say say you you can't can't do do those those things things but but if if it's it's always always after after hours hours it's it's not not gonna gonna be be embraced embraced for for for for the the long long term term so so we we encourage encourage these these short short brief brief consistent consistent breaks breaks during during the the course course of of work work whether whether it it be be remote remote or or at at the the office office and and it's it's almost almost like like permission permission to to play play right right that that it's it's a a you you know. know. Some Some people people have have fun fun and and play play. as As part part of of their their core core values. values. Many Many people people have have not not gone gone that that far far but but It's It's it it really really starts starts with with leadership leadership and and leadership leadership saying saying you you know know it's it's okay. okay. This This is is part part of of you you know know we we work work hard hard and and we we want want our our people people to to have have a a break break and and

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Dallas County reports 65 new coronavirus cases, 32nd death

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:15 min | 10 months ago

Dallas County reports 65 new coronavirus cases, 32nd death

"Cases reported in Dallas County which is also reporting another fatality in the county reporting another sixty five people have tested positive for a total of seventeen hundred eighty eight a woman in her eighties who lived in in a a long long term term care care facility facility in in Dallas Dallas has has passed passed away away making making the the thirty thirty second second person person in in the the county county with with corona corona virus virus to to die die despite despite the new numbers and for additional deaths this weekend the Dallas County judge says he sees evidence we are flattening the curve judge clay Jenkins says the safer at home order to try to prevent large groups has helped keep the daily total of new cases of covert nineteen around the same level he says some days might have more or fewer but the average is a bit more than one hundred new cases all the sacrifice of the people of Texas you're making is working he says the peak is still estimated to have late this month or in early may good days because our peak is moving towards us but it's not rising rapidly Jenkins says that come up the county focus more on how to get the economy running again after the peak but he says he wants the federal government to provide help to conduct more testing saying he'll rely on science for the right time to re open

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Chicago Public Schools Staying Open Amid Coronavirus Concerns

WGN Nightside

00:38 sec | 11 months ago

Chicago Public Schools Staying Open Amid Coronavirus Concerns

"Illinois health officials confirmed seven new cases of the novel coronavirus on Thursday bringing the total number statewide to thirty two two of the seven patients are in Chicago here's mayor like put put on on Chicago Chicago public public schools schools at at this this time time CPS CPS will will remain remain open open now now we we would would never never put put our our children children in in danger danger and and I I say say that that as as mayor but also as a mother the mayor went on to say the city is scaling back large events planned at C. P. S. campuses and that schools will be receiving new guidelines soon on how to move forward with temporary campus closures in the event a student or staff member tests positive

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Heat top Wizards 100-89

The Oil Patch

00:14 sec | 11 months ago

Heat top Wizards 100-89

"The heat in the wizards are trying to wind things down in the nation's capital the Miami Heat looking to get their forty first win of the season there's thirty two seconds to go and he just did final one hundred to eighty nine he

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"thirty two seconds" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"thirty two seconds" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"By Greg Smith of course Buck is tipped out thirty two seconds remained down in the islands on twenty four seconds fans standing in anticipation now the books get up left sided center ring around the ball comes back to the right point to the board left side predators habit seven seconds ago there's chanting use me two seconds and that will do is the season for the predators and they beat the New York Islanders here tonight five nothing wow thirty three of the two games against the islanders issue basically the more removing these metro division it's an interesting travel well I was play well again you know both teams of me please the the press seven players is that the the big guys have they did tonight it was fun to watch this nine shots on goal in the third period between the two teams there Meister shots on goal five for national game total of twenty six for for the islanders regain total of thirty.

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Stamkos, Kucherov Vasilevskiy lift Lightning over Pens

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Stamkos, Kucherov Vasilevskiy lift Lightning over Pens

"Steven Stamkos Nikita Kucherov each notch their twenty fifth goal of the season as the Tampa Bay Lightning up into the Pittsburgh Penguins on the marquee game of the night Thursday the lightning struck twice in the first McHale circuits have opened the scoring followed by a pretty two one one tally by stamp goes if any mail can get the paying ones on the board midway through the second but Tampa bay's Anthony so really answered thirty two seconds later with what would become the game winning goal Pittsburgh's John Marino brought the pens within one again early in the third but that was the last time they would find the back of the net Nikita Kucherov empty netter sealed the win for Tampa Bay Baltimore's again Tampa

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Thousands of Chicago teachers go on strike

AM Tampa Bay

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Thousands of Chicago teachers go on strike

"Chicago public schools will be empty again today day two of the Chicago teachers union strike thirty two two thousand teachers are off the job walking the picket lines three hundred sixty thousand students in the nation's third largest school district won't be going to class until the strike

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Thief Steals $20K Dali­ Print in Under a Minute in Broad Daylight

News, Traffic and Weather

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Thief Steals $20K Dali­ Print in Under a Minute in Broad Daylight

"And just thirty two seconds a man walks into a San Francisco art gallery in broad daylight and steals a famous piece of artwork this is a twenty thousand dollar Salvador Dali etching called burning giraffe here's a surveillance video that shows the guy stealing you can see here the gallery director says he watches Sunday afternoon stole the painting from an easel at the front of the art gallery what are they going to do with it really I don't know I mean obviously would have to be underground you know everyone knows the edition number and it's a famous piece so you'd have to have some pretty I don't know sketchy people to sell it to the etching is usually secured to the easel but somehow the locking cable were missing it's not clear if the man went into the store earlier can cut that cable

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'Strong possibility' Dayton shooter cased out bar in advance, police say

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

02:46 min | 1 year ago

'Strong possibility' Dayton shooter cased out bar in advance, police say

"Let's begin with c. n. N.'s gary tuchman gary a urine dayton police police tonight went into extraordinary detail about the shooter's movements that you learn well. That's right well. The surveillance video is dramatic matic. It's sickening. It's upsetting and it tells you quite a bit what we know right now. This wasn't any spur of the moment killing. This was well planned out and what we seeing. The video is the actual time when this gunman fires the shots and one oh five a._m. Last sunday morning he started firing shots. We see it all thirty two seconds later. He is shot dead by brave policemen. There was lots more that happened before that we see about two hours worth of video and the police officers were here today in dayton city hall all told us more about that he goes in the net. He's there for about thirty minutes. Shooter action comes out peppers and watch right in front of that please. He's aware of where they were now. It's traveling eastbound and you'll see the has. The backpack on sleaze in the backpack is weighted down. It's not empty and there he goes and we know that he's been firing off for second because just passes. Rela is the cocco stand on history. That's where i three fatalities occur one of them's sister third per- gunfire and you'll see on the right hand side the path of officer office approximate so he's engaging right now shooter by about right here and it's going to end right here. He was with his sister and the companion the bar when they first got to the very busy street here the entertainment district of dayton ohio eleven o five p._m. But when he carried out these killings he was not with them. Police say they do not know and they may never know if he intentionally killed his sister and the companion a very important thing we want to tell you wolf at this point is that there is no indication whatsoever that he was with an accomplice in all all these snippets of video when he's going to change his clothes when he gets his rifle when he start shooting his all by himself. There's no accomplished their did police gary <hes> reveal reveal anything more about a possible motive. I asked that question very specifically and they say not only do they not know the motive they. They may never know a motive however they do know his mindset. They say that they learned a lot from what they saw. On his computer sooners writings they say he was obsessed with violence and that the expressed a desire to carry out a mass killing so that's his mindset they know that but they may never know the exact motivation of why he did what he did where he did very reductive in dayton for a saw. Thanks for that

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Police release CCTV timeline of Dayton shooting

Total Information PM

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Police release CCTV timeline of Dayton shooting

"Dayton police say the gunman in Ohio's mass shooting shot twenty six people and thirty two seconds before officers killed him police chief Richard Beal says gunmen Connor bat spent more than two hours in the entertainment district prior to the shooting he said security video shows that's leaving a bar shortly after midnight when he went to his parked car to retrieve body armor and an assault style rifle and ammunition there's still no clear motive for the

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The House delays articles of impeachment against Trump 332 to 95

Joyce Kaufman

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

The House delays articles of impeachment against Trump 332 to 95

"Democrats in the house voting to delay congressman al green's latest push to introduce articles of impeachment against president trump the vote three hundred thirty two two ninety five to table the legislation three of the house Nancy Pelosi happy arguing impeachment would jeopardize swing state Democrats heading into the two thousand twenty

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Air Force launches WGS-10 communications satellite

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

03:23 min | 1 year ago

Air Force launches WGS-10 communications satellite

"Engine performance on the sixteen inch dealt. The passenger accu- them then in pressure. Now fifty five seconds into flight continues. See good performance on the sixty engine. Good performance on all four, SA Rams. Nice symmetric symmetric burn burn now, now, one one minute minute five five seconds seconds into into flight flight about about thirty thirty seconds seconds remaining remaining until until lesser, lesser, burnout burnout continue continue to to see see good good performance performance on on the the main main engine engine and and standing standing by by for for burnout burnout shortly. shortly.

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Guinness, Jessica Anderson And Scott Goldberg discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Guinness, Jessica Anderson And Scott Goldberg discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"Three the Guinness record people say they will review their rules after denying the winner of the London marathon entry into their books. Correspondent Scott Goldberg has that story tonight to running the marathon in a costume is a thing of this guy dressed up like a car the official. Pastas, Martha marathon in that same crowd, and Jessica Anderson was dressed like a nurse. She is one she wore her scrubs. And she broke the world record for a runner in a nurse's uniform by thirty two seconds, but Guinness told her she won't get the record because she wasn't wearing a dress or skirt Anderson is urging Guinness to revise their criteria instead of enforcing old gender stereotypes Guinness says it will conduct a

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"thirty two seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"thirty two seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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T.J. Dillashaw gives up UFC title after failed drug test

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

01:50 min | 1 year ago

T.J. Dillashaw gives up UFC title after failed drug test

"Have to talk about what everyone is talking about on this Wednesday morning. And that is the news that was broken by T J dillashaw himself, very early this morning at around eight o'clock, a m eastern time he posted this on his Instagram and Twitter to all my fans. I wanted to be the first one to let you know that you sat up and the New York. State Athletic Commission. Have informed me of an adverse finding a test taken for my last flight while words can begin to express. How disappointed I am at this time. Please know that I'm working with my team to understand what has occurred and how to resolve the situation as quickly as possible out of fairness respect to the rest of my division. I've informed you have see that. I'll be voluntarily relinquishing my title while I deal with this matter I want to thank all of you in advance for the support. So that was the big news that broke shortly thereafter, I found out that the New York State Athletic Commission has suspended TJ dillashaw for a year retroactive to that January nineteenth date, and they've also fined him ten thousand dollars. They have not said what he has tested positive for and just moments ago. I received this statement from you Sada in light of Mr. dillashaw social media post this morning. We can't confirm that an in competition. Test conducted by you Saad on January eighteenth. Thousand nineteen. So just note. This is my note that was the day before the Henry pseudo fight in Brooklyn, which he lost in just thirty two seconds. The first round resulted this back to the statement resulted in an adverse analytical finding in. This instance, we are able to confirm the finding to Mr. Dilshad public statement. The presumption of innocence under the rules vital part of an effective anti-doping programme ended his only fair that Mr. dillashaw be allowed due process before any conclusions are

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"thirty two seconds" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two seconds" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"The last shot thirty two seconds left the game winner Chris Middleton hits it it's not just give it to Jaanus and let him go to work with Boston. We know Kyrie's getting with Lakers. We know LeBron's getting it with Toronto, we know Kawais get like every other team goes hero ball down the stretch. I liked Milwaukee draws up a set less make a play and the ball will find the man, and he hit it. So I look I'm totally with you on. I am audience. People writing off Boston are ridiculous ridiculous. I'm just not ready to say, they're a lot. Okay. Here's the other thing is that we're just so we just like the baby dinosaurs. And Jaanus is a great kid. And as a lot of LeBron left. The east now is really good. And I'm like. Let me tell you something the Houston Rockets added Kenneth furry manual two years ago two years ago. He was he was one of the five guys in the league that we were all like this guy playing then he disappears. He goes over to Houston now in a trait because they lost Trevor reasons they wanted physicality back. Yeah, I'm sorry. But I see that guy. And I'm like, Chris Paul healthy harden for read Clint Capella, I hate to break it to everybody. This team has shown they can beat the warriors this beat the war. No, I'm saying the all the teams in the league. We are. We are now. So in love with the new shiny teams Toronto, Milwaukee Philadelphia. Lebron laker. Let's remember the team that made the warriors the only team in two years that made them really uncomfortable Houston, and I watched them with Farid, and I'm like other good again. Houston is beating them six of the last ten games? We know there three and all against them this year. Here's houston. They play match up. Well with them which everything yes, they've got defense as you mentioned Penick and Tucker guards Durant. Well, doesn't stop him. But he makes it hard on him. They got toughness now with Farid and Alston. Rivers of the little dog too. He's got toughness and part of beaten. Gold state is bumping him getting physical. We us when Steph and Claire running off screens Durant and clay both average fewer points and shoot worse from the field against Golden State than most other teams in the league..

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"thirty two seconds" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two seconds" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"At two thirty one CBS news update prosecutors in New York issuing a subpoena seeking. Documents from Donald Trump's inaugural committee for more than two years ago. Attorney Laurie Levenson they're looking for the actual record documents to show who the donors were whether they were just straw donors. Whether they really were representing foreign entities and would be illegal for them to donate to these American sort of stand in their place, and what did they get in return? Former federal prosecutor cured to subpoena is asking did the inaugural committee receive foreign funds, there can be problems if in fact that occurred, and if people on the committee knew that they were receiving foreign funds or lied about the receipt of foreign funds in later Federal Election Commission violence, a record one hundred seven million dollars was raised for Mr. Trump's inauguration. CBS news update, I'm Matt piper. WBZ news time to thirty two. Two men have been charged after stabbing. A stabbing inside of a south suburban Burger King last month Hazel crest. Police say it began with an argument inside of the restaurant in the thirty two hundred block of one hundred eighty third the afternoon of January twenty sixth twenty one year old trauma Cooper was arguing with an employee. When he allegedly stabbed the worker who suffered non-life-threatening injuries Cooper has been charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. All a second, man. Twenty one year old Ahmad Johnson is charged with battery and disorderly conduct anti Dane NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM retired. Chicago police officer was killed when the plane he was piloting broke apart Sunday over a southern California neighborhood, according to officials Seventy-five-year-old Antonio teeny died along with four people who were in a home that caught fire after debris from his plane fell from the sky the cause of the planes problem is under investigation by the Federal Aviation Administration. WBZ news time to thirty three. Peres fire service says seven people have been killed at least twenty eight injured in a fire in a residential building. The cause of the fire is unclear firefighters were still searching for other victims and working to extinguish the flames at the building in western Paris. The Senate has voted to oppose the withdrawal of US troops from Syria and Afghanistan breaking with President Donald Trump as he has called for a draw down of troops in those countries. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says his amendment to oppose the withdrawal, drew bipartisan support, I know that broad consensus about American leadership in the world exist and this body..

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"thirty two seconds" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two seconds" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"That's a huge honor for me. And I wanna thank everyone who made that happen. And hopefully that is the norm. So I I've called it the little train that could I still feel. It is such a now we have a lot of muscle behind us a lot of support behind this. And this is very exciting. So I wanted to acknowledge that I wanted to say that because it's just such an exciting time for the program. And it's a great time to be here at ESPN covering mixed. Martial arts in particular because there's so much excitement. About the sport. There's so much interest in the sport Brooklyn came and went by now, you probably know Henry Suharto is still the flyweight champion, he defeated TJ dillashaw in thirty two seconds. Controversial main event you can use that word. I think that word is a little aggressive, but it is a main event, and it's a stoppage in particular that has been debated and the thing about it is to me there is no controversy. The thing about it is it was a good call. Kevin McDonald is not some local referee. Kevin McDonald is that some guy that got the opportunity to ref a main event in Brooklyn on a massive card because he happens to be a New York referee. I've talked about this before it just because the US's in Oklahoma City doesn't mean that, you know, the local Oklahoma City ref gets a shot at the big time. First of all Kevin McDonald is from Massachusetts second of all he's been refereeing major events for the last fifty years. And in fact, he's a former fighter. As well. So he deserved to be there. And I thought he made the right call. You're looking at the highlights here yet we talked about the push. That's not what led to the demise. You're seeing the demise right over here. Look at the head go back. I thought it was a good call the referees. Have the toughest job in sports MA referees in particular, you have to jump in there at a split seconds notice. You can't think about what the stakes are. You can't think about main event you can't think about TJ Dilshad just cut wait for twelve weeks. No, that's not how it works. You have to look at what you are seeing in the middle of the cage and in the middle of the cage on Saturday night that was a proper stoppage have there been cleaner ones. Yeah. Of course. But that was a proper stoppage in my opinion. And I thought that the right call was made we'll be talking about that. We'll be talking to the two particulars involved in that main event in a matter of moments. Greg hardy, of course, made his long-awaited much disgust. You have see debut on Saturday. He fought Alan Crowder, and he lost that fight via d q. It was not a clean fight. It was not a very exciting fight. It was very sloppy fight. And I maintain everything that I said leading up to this fight was proven to be true. He did not deserve. To be in the Coleman event. He was not UFC caliber. I no problem with him being in the U of C just didn't think he should be on this card and certainly not in that spot. I didn't think he should be on that card because of how big of a car was how historic it was I ever card in the peon era. But I also didn't like the fact that he was on the same card as Rachel. I know all of you said okay enough of that already. But that was my stance. And I'm going to ride that out until the end, but the fight came and went and there were some moments and you're seeing some of his moments right over here, but in the end cardio issues and just overall skill issues. He's not quite there three in those of professional. And so I feel like they're doing him a disservice by pushing him so quickly putting him in there. A guy who has twelve flights on his record not to say that Alan Crowder, blue bright by him. But there's a controversial finish. I don't believe. He did it on purpose. I don't believe he tried to end the fight that way. I just think maybe he was tired. Maybe he just didn't know where he was. Maybe they no the rule Indian Crowder wins. Has to be helped out and out of the cage. And and Greg hardy now has a loss on his record. I think he'll be back..

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"thirty two seconds" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two seconds" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"That's a huge honor for me. And I wanna thank everyone who made that happen. And hopefully that is the norm. So I I've called it the little train that could I still feel. It is such a now we have a lot of muscle behind us a lot of support behind this. And this is very exciting. So I wanted to acknowledge that I wanted to say that because it's just such an exciting time for the program. And it's a great time to be here at ESPN covering mixed. Martial arts in particular because there's so much excitement. About the sport. There's so much interest in the sport Brooklyn came and went by now, you probably know Henry Suharto is still the flyweight champion, he defeated TJ dillashaw in thirty two seconds. Controversial main event you can use that word. I think that word is a little aggressive, but it is a main event, and it's a stoppage in particular that has been debated and the thing about it is to me there is no controversy. The thing about it is it was a good call. Kevin McDonald is not some local referee. Kevin McDonald is that some guy that got the opportunity to ref a main event in Brooklyn on a massive card because he happens to be a New York referee. I've talked about this before it just because the US's in Oklahoma City doesn't mean that, you know, the local Oklahoma City ref gets a shot at the big time. First of all Kevin McDonald is from Massachusetts second of all he's been refereeing major events for the last fifty years. And in fact, he's a former fighter. As well. So he deserved to be there. And I thought he made the right call. You're looking at the highlights here yet we talked about the push. That's not what led to the demise. You're seeing the demise right over here. Look at the head go back. I thought it was a good call the referees. Have the toughest job in sports MA referees in particular, you have to jump in there at a split seconds notice. You can't think about what the stakes are. You can't think about main event you can't think about TJ Dilshad just cut wait for twelve weeks. No, that's not how it works. You have to look at what you are seeing in the middle of the cage and in the middle of the cage on Saturday night that was a proper stoppage have there been cleaner ones. Yeah. Of course. But that was a proper stoppage in my opinion. And I thought that the right call was made we'll be talking about that. We'll be talking to the two particulars involved in that main event in a matter of moments. Greg hardy, of course, made his long-awaited much disgust. You have see debut on Saturday. He fought Alan Crowder, and he lost that fight via d q. It was not a clean fight. It was not a very exciting fight. It was very sloppy fight. And I maintain everything that I said leading up to this fight was proven to be true. He did not deserve. To be in the Coleman event. He was not UFC caliber. I no problem with him being in the U of C just didn't think he should be on this card and certainly not in that spot. I didn't think he should be on that card because of how big of a car was how historic it was I ever card in the peon era. But I also didn't like the fact that he was on the same card as Rachel. I know all of you said okay enough of that already. But that was my stance. And I'm going to ride that out until the end, but the fight came and went and there were some moments and you're seeing some of his moments right over here, but in the end cardio issues and just overall skill issues. He's not quite there three in those of professional. And so I feel like they're doing him a disservice by pushing him so quickly putting him in there. A guy who has twelve flights on his record not to say that Alan Crowder, blue bright by him. But there's a controversial finish. I don't believe. He did it on purpose. I don't believe he tried to end the fight that way. I just think maybe he was tired. Maybe he just didn't know where he was. Maybe they no the rule Indian Crowder wins. Has to be helped out and out of the cage. And and Greg hardy now has a loss on his record. I think he'll be back..

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"thirty two seconds" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two seconds" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"That's a huge honor for me. And I wanna thank everyone who made that happen. And hopefully that is the norm. So I I've called it the little train that could I still feel. It is such a now we have a lot of muscle behind us a lot of support behind this. And this is very exciting. So I wanted to acknowledge that I wanted to say that because it's just such an exciting time for the program. And it's a great time to be here at ESPN covering mixed. Martial arts in particular because there's so much excitement. About the sport. There's so much interest in the sport Brooklyn came and went by now, you probably know Henry Suharto is still the flyweight champion, he defeated T J dillashaw in thirty two seconds. Controversial main event you can use that word. I think that word is a little aggressive, but it is a main event, and it's a stoppage in particular that has been debated and the thing about it is to me there is no controversy. The thing about it is it was a good call. Kevin McDonald is not some local referee. Kevin McDonald is some guy that got the opportunity to ref a main event in Brooklyn on a massive card because he happens to be a New York referee. I've talked about this before it just because the US's in Oklahoma City doesn't mean that, you know, the local Oklahoma City ref gets a shot at the big time. First of all Kevin McDonald is from Massachusetts second of all he's been refereeing major events for the last fifty years. And in fact, he's a former fighter. As well. So he deserved to be there. And I thought he made the right call. You're looking at the highlights here yet we talked about the push. That's not what led to the demise. You're seeing the demise right over here. Look at the head go back. I thought it was a good call the referees. Have the toughest job in sports may referees. In particular. You have to jump in there at a split seconds notice. You can't think about what the stakes are. You can't think about main event you can't think about TJ Dilshad just cut wait for twelve weeks. No, that's not how it works. You have to look at what you are seeing in the middle of the cage and in the middle of the cage on Saturday night that was a proper stoppage have there been cleaner ones. Yeah. Of course. But that was a proper stoppage in my opinion. And I thought that the right call was made we'll be talking about that. We'll be talking to the to particulars involved in that main event in a matter of moments. Greg hardy, of course, made his long-awaited much discussed you have see debut on Saturday. He fought Alan Crowder, and he lost that fight via d q. It was not a clean fight. It was not a very exciting fight. It was very sloppy fight. And I maintain everything that I said leading up to this fight was proven to be true. He did not deserve. To be in the Coleman event. He was not UFC caliber..

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"thirty two seconds" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two seconds" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"That's a huge honor for me. And I wanna thank everyone who made that happen. And hopefully that is the norm. So I I've called it the little train that could I still feel. It is such a now we have a lot of muscle behind us a lot of support behind this. And this is very exciting. So I wanted to acknowledge that I wanted to say that because it's just such an exciting time for the program. And it's a great time to be here at ESPN covering mixed. Martial arts in particular because there's so much excitement. About the sport. There's so much interest in the sport Brooklyn came and went by now, you probably know Henry Suharto is still the flyweight champion, he defeated T J dillashaw in thirty two seconds. Controversial main event you can use that word. I think that word is a little aggressive, but it is a main event, and it's a stoppage in particular that has been debated and the thing about it is to me there is no controversy. The thing about it is it was a good call. Kevin McDonald is not some local referee. Kevin McDonald is some guy that got the opportunity to ref a main event in Brooklyn on a massive card because he happens to be a New York referee. I've talked about this before it just because the US's in Oklahoma City doesn't mean that, you know, the local Oklahoma City ref gets a shot at the big time. First of all Kevin McDonald is from Massachusetts second of all he's been refereeing major events for the last fifty years. And in fact, he's a former fighter. As well. So he deserved to be there. And I thought he made the right call. You're looking at the highlights here yet we talked about the push. That's not what led to the demise. You're seeing the demise right over here. Look at the head go back. I thought it was a good call the referees. Have the toughest job in sports may referees. In particular. You have to jump in there at a split seconds notice. You can't think about what the stakes are. You can't think about main event you can't think about TJ Dilshad just cut wait for twelve weeks. No, that's not how it works. You have to look at what you are seeing in the middle of the cage and in the middle of the cage on Saturday night that was a proper stoppage have there been cleaner ones. Yeah. Of course. But that was a proper stoppage in my opinion. And I thought that the right call was made we'll be talking about that. We'll be talking to the to particulars involved in that main event in a matter of moments. Greg hardy, of course, made his long-awaited much discussed you have see debut on Saturday. He fought Alan Crowder, and he lost that fight via d q. It was not a clean fight. It was not a very exciting fight. It was very sloppy fight. And I maintain everything that I said leading up to this fight was proven to be true. He did not deserve. To be in the Coleman event. He was not UFC caliber..

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"thirty two seconds" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two seconds" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Absolutely Deng stumps. And we should have in Beckum show talk about it. We did forget we forget to mention that Chalene Flanagan. We. Ran two twenty six twenty two third place. Yep. Yeah. It's hard to do is. You know, she won the race last year. Of course, it's hard as defending champion to go back in and win a race again. So to podium in two twenty six twenty two that was thirty one seconds quicker than the time. She ran when she won the race last year and the second fastest time ever by an American woman in New York, the fastest is helped by car. Gotcha. She ran two twenty five fifty three. So still a really good run by by Flanagan? And there was some talk afterwards about whether or not it would be perhaps last marathon. And I think there we go Steve Magnus posted some interesting stats all Twitter shit from the New York City mouth and broadcast from at le- Lee Nichols on Twitter the women's race during the first thirty minutes of the race. The women were on for four minutes and thirty two seconds. During the first half one minute, fifty one hundred fifteen minutes and fifty seconds. We saw sixteen minutes and thirteen consecutive which is pretty poisoning. There's no equivalence for the men. So I don't know how much was adverts and how much was I dunno interviewing the people running in fancy dress for charity. I don't know. But still sounds pretty poor. I mean, we've talked about it a lot I haven't. But I didn't watch the race at all. I'm assuming they were they were separate. So it was men and women 'cause New York normally is women are I which normally gives you much better coverage for women's race. Not too much. Angie Andrews, did some great social commentary of Samaritan. Talkers though to make interesting she followed the progress in tracks five marathon and taught listeners to make interesting and giving them a bit of encouragement heart at heart run a girl who who is married van den. Hamer ran six four hundred seven for a PB math fell verse. Who's at 'em fell.

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"thirty two seconds" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two seconds" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"So the news update doing nearly a dozen Rowlings head of Tuesday's midterm election. President Trump is trying to keep the focus on a hot button issue in the areas. He's visiting Saturday night. It was the panhandle of Florida Democrats only believe in defending the borders of other countries. They don't believe in defending our country open borders, come on and means crime, but those frequently repeated and not necessarily substantiated claims could come at a cost says political reporter, Daniel Lipman. It's no surprise that. Trump is talking about immigration the problem with that for him is that there are a lot of moderate in suburban voters who are disinclined to believe his claims on immigration. They don't see it a caravan heading into their city or town in the states. And so that it has repelled a lot of voters who don't like Trump's fearmongering the election in two days. CBS news update. I'm Tom Foty VM news time three thirty two. Two and the news sponsored by Chicago E N T, Sandra bland was a young African American woman from the Chicago area who found who was found dead after a traffic arrest. Apparently she'd committed suicide by hanging her body found in her Texas jail cell three days after her arrest the life and death is Sandra bland will play out on a big screen today in a documentary about her controversial case after her death to shell makers began to make a movie about the two year investigation into Bland's case, they use some of Bland's video blogs, which appear in the film, and which the filmmakers say help them get you know, who bland was Bland's mother and other family members are featured in the documentary. This is an excerpt. We were told why should get here. It will be proven without a doubt you'll be able to see. That she. Contributed in her own death. Thanks to CBS shoe for that clip. From the shell the family is set you attend the premiere of hashtags say her name at the Saint Louis international filmmakers festival. The film will be featured on HBO in December early voting for Tuesday's election has attracted crowds in many city and suburban areas at the Chicago election boards pop-up downtown location and one seventy five west Washington, the weight wasn't long. And there was a steady stream of voters though, Rebecca west says, she knows many who consider this off year election extremely important. I work at the university of Chicago. And so many of my students like either registered earlier, they may they're making special trips home to vote or doing everything that they could do I think that a lot of people know that how important this is you can see a map of early voting locations at our website WBZ, NewsRadio dot com. A few dozen students gathered in the loop yesterday for again, outlive rally and a March two. Early voting locations the March to the mid terms as it was called also featured that giant inflatable balloon like image of President Trump that has appeared at several other political events, depaul university student Riley read spoke to the small crowd assembled on federal plaza. Lose.

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"thirty two seconds" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum

Pull Up with CJ McCollum

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two seconds" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum

"I'm sure Jordan can attest to a lot of players that he sing capable of playing in the NBA that aren't there. No question. I mean, it's in the longer you go without being the league or being away from the league, then the war replaceable. You are at least in the eyes of GM's. And scouts like, okay, well, we can get him for cheaper because he's twenty three. Then this guy who might be a little bit better who's twenty eight. And and you know, there are plenty of NBA caliber players who are not in the NBA and I, I've even talked to guys who will say that certain players that are in the NBA aren't as good as others that that maybe aren't, or, you know, maybe playing in the highest levels of Europe, maybe an ACP. So I think it's a really good point. And you know, you ask enough people, and I'm not just saying this because you brother, but US enough people and they'll say, Ericsson MBA player, and there's really no question about it facts. Last one I'm going to ask what's a Westbrook your thoughts on the new rule changes to the offense rebound and the fourteen second reset instead of twenty four. I think that's a great question. I think that we've been working on it in practice and statistics show that usually offense rebounds the team shoots before fourteen seconds anyway is usually a kick out three or immediate put bay, but I think it will change how the game is played down the stretch. If it's a close game, there's thirty two seconds left on the shot clock when you would normally foul able at that time play out because it will reset to fourteen. So the game clock may be at thirty two. There's offense rebounded resets at fourteen which gives you a nine seconds to spare. The shot is taken after fourteen seconds. So I think in that way, it will change how the game is played a bit for sure. Are you? Are you surprised that the rule? Do you like the rule? Now, I'm not surprised at the rule of think they're trying to figure out ways to speed up the game in. I think honestly, that's a good way to potentially speed up the game in to make it more enjoyable down the stretch of games, whereas allowed times you get you get the ball, you hold it right, or there's offense rebound you hold it, kick it on, hold it to give out. Now the shot clock goes the fourteen seconds. So you've potentially have to shoot it again and make a play? Yes, e- my thing with the MBA is that one of the reasons the league is so successful is that it's a daft it. It's been nimble and it's listen to its fans. It's listened to its players, and that's why. You have the eight second, you know, half core violation. That's why you have this new rule. That's why the shock twenty four, not being fully reset is a good thing. I, I like this rule. I think the NBA has gotten faster and faster, which in turn has created a better product. But I think the reason it's important to have new rules like this and to adapt is because you need to understand who's playing and the game is so much different now than it was fifteen or twenty years ago because of the the quality of athlete, the quality of player, the speed, and then the just the style of basketball that we're playing with with with three pointers being so much more important in recognising embrace. So I, I like it and I think you know, my my biggest issue just to elaborate my biggest issue with with NBA rules is probably the the hacker shack or hacker the honor Jordan. I wonder where you're at on that. I think it's a good problem to have. Honestly, I think guys need to work on their free throws. They need to get better at it. And I've been on both sides. I've seen guys get found on my team and I've seen us do the fouling and I think in order for it to be eliminated, players need to work on their free throws to get better at it. It's part of the game. You can take advantage of it at the right time, but if you think about it, if the guy's able to split you're getting one point per possession, which is pretty good in this league when point per possession. So guys have to be able to make one out of two free throws in order for people to stop completely doing..

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"thirty two seconds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two seconds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"News time, ten thirty two seconds, Brian Ramona and traffic and transit on the twos. Walmart volume building everywhere as you might expect. And of course, with wet roads. It's making a little worse than normal. If you're trying to get into the area on from Delaware on four ninety five northbound just getting to ninety five little tricky because of an accident on the ramp to get to ninety five northbound of the state line. Now, we get onto ninety five and we're jammed on the ramp to get the broad street. Again, a lot of eagles. Traffic and maybe even a few colts fans of the Schuylkill. Eastbound we're jam getting on a two oh to and then slow again from the curve around the Belmont. And then delays against city out who down to the vine westbound side, a little slow at city avenue out to Gladwin. And then a minor lay approaching contra Hawkin the vine looking pretty good little slow coming off. The Ben Franklin bridge at this hour little lace, outbound ninety five around Gerard. And we have a few accidents again because of the wet conditions making a little tricky out there thrill nine northbound the ramp from the turnpike, an accident left lane. We see it on the jam Cam state police on the scene with that not far for their in ambler crash Bethlehem pike and Butler avenue also Bryn Mawr westbound, Montgomery avenue at Robertson accident there. Another one in winwood Lancaster avenue east to win road. Heading over the bridges were looking pretty good. The toughest part is getting to the Walt Whitman bridge. Westbound is jammed on six seventy six from two ninety five past the bridge because of construction mass transit, oh, actually one other. No does Mealey's furniture. Jam camp showing backup on fifty five. Northbound now as you approach feet of forty two Mealey's furniture, the styles. You'll love for last mass transit looking good. Next update less than ten minutes. I'm Brian Ramona to Marshall twenty four hour traffic center, news time, ten thirty three for eagles fans. The wait is over after two hundred eighty eight days franchise quarterback. Carson Wentz is back on the field. KYW's? Tim Jimenez reports Malinche game day in south Philadelphia.

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If Mueller subpoenas Trump to testify, fight would go to Supreme Court: Trump lawyer

24 Hour News

03:46 min | 2 years ago

If Mueller subpoenas Trump to testify, fight would go to Supreme Court: Trump lawyer

"Org Watch never stops on Detroit's number one news to Asia Nine fifty w w j President Trump now walking back previous comments about a twenty sixteen Trump Tower meeting between a. Son and a Russian lawyer pushing dirt. On Hillary Clinton, CBS news has a report coming up next also ahead, a. Pair of drownings at a popular west. Michigan beach Sunday we'll have the details on the. Way also it's about. As, low as you can get that's what police there Charlotte North Carolina are saying. About a broad. Daylight crime and a. Quiet upscale. Neighborhood I'm Jim Krasula I'll have the story. Good morning I'm Jim Matthews, for WWE NewsRadio nine fifty now CBS, CBS news update President Trump spent, much of, his weekend pushing back against a familiar target special counsel Robert Muller after criticizing. Muller and his team at a, rally in Ohio Saturday, the president took, to Twitter Sunday calling Muller's investigation quote the. Most one-sided witch, hunt in the history of our country in another tweet the president discussed, the June twenty sixteen sit down that his son Son had with a group of. Russians this was a meeting to get information, on an opponent totally legal in done all the time in politics, and it went nowhere. I did not know about it that's. CBS news correspondent Meg Oliver on ABC Mr. Trump's attorney Jay seculow says they're leaning against allowing an interview with the special counsel but. What would happen if Muller subpoenas the. President if you, get a subpoena you follow what's called a motion to, quash. That will be argued that the district. Court then it would go to the court of. Appeals then it would. Go, to the supreme court of the United States from the supreme court United States. He goes back. Down to the lower. Courts again. CBS news update I'm Matt piper this is. NewsRadio nine fifty WWE news, time one thirty two two people are, dead after rescue crews in grand, haven pulls, several groups of people out of Lake Michigan Sunday the first victim pulled from. The waters of grand haven state, park beach just after, twelve o'clock the, man identified as sixty four year old David. Nafil of Wyoming, taken to a nearby hospital where he died then a few hours Later crews. Were called back rescuing at least six other people in two different incidents officers performed CPR on. Twenty year old man who was later pronounced, dead at the hospital one person remains in serious condition to others, now in stable condition A small, plane crashed in a southern California parking lot about one mile from John Wayne airports in Orange County the plane was coming from the San Francisco Bay area officials say all five people on board, were killed we get more from KNX radios Cooper Ramal the twin engine Cessna declared an emergency on. Its way into Orange County and did receive permission to land at John Wayne. Airport before it crashed into a crowd at CVS parking lot and not, one. Person on board survived after the. Plane, hit the ground and destroyed an empty car the FAA and the National Transportation Safety board investigating the cause of the crash no. Injuries were noted after seven freight train cars derailed yesterday. In Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, the incident did cause extensive damage however. With onboard shipping containers falling down a hillside on the light rail tracks at station square this man among those on the platform there's a gentleman on the other side of. The platform an older gentleman he dropped his. Things above my head He took off running I did the same because I. Didn't know who was behind me if it was gonna. Be a domino. Effect so I just took off running The cause of that derailment now under investigation WWE news time one thirty four Michigan. Leading the, nation in p. fos testing and the follow up that's, the message from governor Rick Snyder touring the contaminated water system. In parchment. Sunday.

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"thirty two seconds" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two seconds" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Point where he in front of the net and settle things down black scotts mocked in the face off last night against the san jose sharks they up to be a lot better in this game are wind from centre isler right wing chips the puk across the rink into the jacket zone david serve ardal cleared off the right boards are entered at center ice did it wa ray singled out why love circle shoot shoulder say by force burt and and help lap on the puck with a lob and hold it to the right of an app we go to work for thirty two seconds left in the frame one one helsinki kinda gets his treat tangled up here can't make the crossover over to turn around and get to the outside he released the block two good speed little thief from but aaron he gets around duncan keith gets a good shot away ford bird makes the save the rebound flop celebrated was crease area bear roof dubois third overall pick up a sixteen draft heavy playing a little bit over his head as far as positioning but with alex when burke struggles this season and he's taken the number one centre position that's tougher of nineteen year old to be playing stressful situation drafted behind patrick lyonais and the firstoverall pick in the draft which was often matthew now's vaults gave up the puck at the blue jacket wind jones josh anderson at center ice on the left wing nishat the puk up into the hawks bench brew get a whistle that a shot on goal approve to and save on the bench franciscan to say their came rate added he bate the.

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"thirty two seconds" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two seconds" Discussed on WJR 760

"Five dollar annual fee to help upgrade the ageing infrastructure and replaced led plied or pipes and other things the governor has proposed that fee to begin in the year 2020 with one dollar and then ramp up to five dollars by 2024 it will be up to state lawmakers the memo that accuses the justice department of abusing their surveillance powers in their investigation of russian collusion with the trump campaign in the 2016 election correspondent abby philip reports the release of that memo could lead to the resignation nation of the fbi director top white house aides are worried that fbi director christopher ray could quit in protest if the memos released others downplaying the memos significance wondering if it is worth the showdown between the president and his handpicked fbi chief of dual memorial services said 42 they an or komos michigan relation to the pedron caosc you disappearance 28 years ago the service is four eighty four yearold artist run kosecki and pedron cow ski her daughter pedron county went missing in may of 1990 her car was found on the side of i ninety six her mother had spent her life hoping to find out what happened to her daughter the mother died last month there'll be a memorial day today in all komos for bolt page rank housekey and her mother artists ren kospi wjr news time 705 four here's steve courtney sports richard quite the buzz at little caesars arena last night we get to see blake griffin for the first time in a pistons uniform he did not disappoint twenty four points to go along with 10 rebounds didn't wait long for his first pistons bucket one minute thirty two seconds into till which the pistons win 104 102 over the memphis grizzlies reggie bullock fifteen points andre drummond contributes fourteen to go along with 15 boards up next the pistons will host the miami heat currently the fourth seed in the eastern conference that will be 7 o'clock tomorrow night at lca now college hoops busy weekend coming up number five ms you one of the direction of tom izzo eight fifteen start tomorrow night in indiana against the losers will preview that with magnum tim self coming up at eight thirty seven this morning meanwhile jambi lines basketball.

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"thirty two seconds" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two seconds" Discussed on WJR 760

"In their local communities was this a terrorist attack in shanghai at least eighteen people were hurt after a mini van plowed into the crowded street in shanghai china correspondence stevens young as their local police has issued a new statement i say this accident was ashley caused by a driver who basically was smoke king in the car while he was illegally carrying hazardous material in this van a student at a los angeles brutal school says a twelve year old girl who brought a gun to school shot classmates and told him that it was an accident the girls sobbed and told him she brought a gun to the school in a backpack and it went off when she dropped the pack the police are treating this right now as an accidental shooting a couple of students were shot and wounded wjr news time 603 here's steve courtney sports all right richard blake griffin's piston debut went very well thank you first of all the piston's the most important thing get a 104 102 win over the memphis grizzlies now unadministered griffin 24 points ten rebounds first pistons bucket coming one minute thirty two seconds into detailed also required willie read need a here's his line three fouls in five minutes twenty two seconds bryce johnson did not play andre drummond did 14 points to go along with fifteen rebounds pistons now have one two straight they will host the miami heat seven o'clock tomorrow night at lca thunder star russell westbrook shoved a fan who had stepped onto the court very bizarre and come facetoface with him in the moments after the nuggets buzzerbeating victory uh last night in denver uh if you haven't seen the video i'm sure you'll see two thousand times today redwings back in action tonight skating and carolina against hurricanes seven o'clock is a start time uh important stress for the wing wheeler six of the next date on the road hurricanes.

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"thirty two seconds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two seconds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Getting down to twenty whatever you five thirty two second with justin now traffic and transit on the tubes are they slobby show good news for 532 traffic really not that bad and also that snow starting to come to an end we're still seen across south jersey just watch out for some reduced visibility bridges overpasses elevated surfaced just could be a little bit slushcovered now mealey's furniture jam cam this thous you love for less it's the vine street expressway jammed solid especially eastbound's but like that all afternoon long so about ten to fifteen minutes for your travel tom across the eastbound vine is all volume but lot out a on the schuylkill expressway could be worse but the travel time was about 25 minutes in both directions between the blue route four seventy six in the vine and so far we had no incidents that maybe edges jinxed it but let's see how long are we can go with that it's all volume this evening now northbound boulevard sluggish from the schuylkill to the approach of whisky hicken avenue in your normal delay lay here for rush hour ninety five south slows approaching the betsy ross bridge girard avenue slows down again approaching the walt whitman bridge to the upside of the drawer point bridge but there was a crash off on the right shoulder attracting some attention russ 95 it's northbound at still jammed from round penn's landing up to girard avenue on the blue route really the only delays northbound coming off of ninety five gis after make day boulevard after that you're in good shape until he approached midcounty tolls this little bit slow getting through the toll plaza in the ramps to get to the eastbound turnpike so eastbound turnpike slow with volume rudder i'm midcounty westbound 420 sluggish from 202 out the past oaks now in new jersey normal volume here slowing things down on the 42 freeway southbound from the walt whitman bridge to 295 to ninety five south generally slow from seventy three the 42 freeway west trenton line inbound service still suspended because of overhead wire issues of justin drabick in the trumark financial.

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"thirty two seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In germany is down a tenth of a percent 10year treasury at three thirty seconds two point three six percent and as have bloomberg business flash tom david carrying thinks of merge greatly appreciated david i don't even know where to begin with coach murphy and him let you come in your they broke a window the darkness of love hold on let me set the record straight you're no noah harvard coaching staff broker any glass at harvard stadium was we can i believe it was an assistant coach at dartmouth harbour defeating darmouth last weekend 25 to twenty two big fourthquarter comeback afford the cranston let's start there with coach murphy ahead of harvard university football team what happened there are the fourth quarter had returned things around our kit to go to a lot of resilience qian grit we made some great special teams play we had a block on we had a great punt return and then we had a port combo on upon coverage in special king hit the great team effort hadn't scored thirteen points in the fourth quarter 425 22 win he spent the weekend repairing the glass in the press box i guess if you look ahead to the gave against colombia is we can tell us about the coach of that team he's really turned the team around over these last couple of years while you're talking d'armor third talk in cologne talking colombia looking ahead to game you this colombia's tremendous football team first of all they hit the road good young kids when they got fear they've they've also done a great job recruiting in go question this is the best colombia came up seen in my 24 your tenure in you know a word out of columbia the best colombia team since 1960 one so obviously you're a huge game on the road this week it's really exciting how does that happened can can use a coach whether it's colombia or any other team turning a programme around is it one pick the makes it go where five other guys say yelp lake is that guy went or how does what's the actual sauce such making to turn a doormat it was six in one t o to me it it.

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