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Dallas Mavericks Hiring Two-Time WNBA Champion Kristi Toliver as Assistant Coach

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 9 months ago

Dallas Mavericks Hiring Two-Time WNBA Champion Kristi Toliver as Assistant Coach

"N B A champ Kristi Toliver has a new job assistant coach with the NBA's Dallas Mavericks. Tolliver was with the Washington Mystics. She also spent parts of two seasons on the Wizards coaching staff. You might remember she hit that shot way back went for the University of Maryland, the national championship game. I was 15 years ago. Wow. Dave Preston. W T o p. Sports Time

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House Freedom Caucus Calls for Removal of Cheney, Kinzinger From Republican Conference

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:17 min | 10 months ago

House Freedom Caucus Calls for Removal of Cheney, Kinzinger From Republican Conference

"More drama tonight among house. Republicans a group of conservative lawmakers is demanding the minority leader kick liz cheney and adam her out of the gop caucus the ap reports the effort by the hard right house freedom caucus faces uncertain prospects house. Republican leaders have exhibited little interest in acting quickly against the to mavericks. Which could fuel a fight that would distract from. The party's preferred focus on issues such as inflation crime and immigration. Still with this one. Nita tolliver and michael steele so michael. I know you've been waiting for this a sampling from the freedom caucus press conference today. Let's listen right now as long as they're members of the republican conference. They're entitled to come to every meeting. We have here every strategy and you know what they chose to leave. Even our incompetent attending physician has good test these members positive for trump derangement syndrome. Theory cancer to our party and to our caucus and they must be expelled from our conference. A cancer to our party. michael Do you say the leadership giving cheney can zinger the boot. What's going to happen here now. Now the cancer to our party was standing. behind those. that

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"tolliver" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"tolliver" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Rachel Bell has a suggestion for some weekend plans. The Washington State Jewish Historical Society just launched a virtual tour of Seattle Central District shining a light on the old Sephardic Jewish neighborhood. This neighborhood was the center of Jewish Life from about the 19 twenties to the 19 sixties. Coincidentally, the Black Heritage Society of Washington State also launched a virtual tour of the central district. This tourists for everyone and black history is everyone's history when the two organizations learned about each There's tours, they discovered some crossover. It covers several of exactly the same spots because several of these buildings started as important buildings to the Jewish community. And then ultimately the black community purchased or took over these buildings. So it's really cool to see how some of these buildings have evolved over the years that Cynthia Flash hand pill, a volunteer with Seattle Sephardic Network and the Jewish Historical Society, we're standing In front of Washington Hall. She says the Jewish community started using Washington Hall in the 19 teens for both religious services and then also for performances. They did original plays in Latino, which is Judeo Spanish Black Heritage Society president Stephanie Johnson. Tolliver says Washington Hall has been an art sub for Seattle's black community for over 100 years. Elephants. Gerald was their cab Calloway, um all of them up to Jimi Hendrix all performed Out of Washington Hall. Ray Charles was here really early on, and he performed Actually at the I M C. A. That's right off of 23rd Avenue, mostly during the forties. He was here. He lived here for a short while he did in the 19 sixties, The Sephardic Jewish community moved down to Seward Park, but the central district was their first Seattle home. The people who lived here during that time they will talk about the Shabbat stroll. Where you walked around the neighborhood. You knew everybody. You could go to anybody's house for lunch. It was a very contained little neighborhood where everybody was either related or they knew each other. So when you say Shabbat stroll for people who don't know that's because you can't drive a car during the Sabbath Friday night Saturday morning, so people were just walking around the neighborhood. Plus at that time, I'm not sure how many people had cars. It was the Depression. The tour can be taken virtually from anywhere in the world. Or you can do a walking tour like Cynthia and I did. Using the online map as a guide. When you get to a location, you can click on a video to hear a local person who lived in the neighborhood. Candiotti's was the place to go. He had a soda fountain, which I couldn't They didn't have the money for, but he had a ton of penny candy. So where are we going? Now? Now we're gonna go to what is currently the tall over temple, which is a black church. But it used to be the Sephardic Becker Holy UM, which is one of the Sephardic synagogues. Sephardic Jews came from Spain and Turkey and Seattle has the third largest population in the country. The Tolliver temple has been a black church since the 19 sixties, but it still looks like a synagogue. There are stars of David on the top of all the windows, and then there's also School and the Douglas Truth Library. Yes, my heart. I absolutely love that library, and that's a really great and rich history to the central district is like an old house with layers and layers of culture, history and communities stacked on top of each other. Like sheets of wallpaper. We talk about the central district. Being the home to African American community was also the home to a Jewish community. Danish community. Chinese, Japanese and Filipino communities, So it was really a diverse community early to find links to both of these tours. Go to my northwest dot com slash Rachel Bell. It's now 5 22 time. Now for a few headlines.

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How to Save Your Marriage

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

How to Save Your Marriage

"Going to promise you one thing and that is that we could save your marriage so many times on the show. We've talked about marriage problems and often the solution for serious problems is marriage. Therapy easy to say you'll go but many times the one spouse will not go so what we're going to do is try and make it easy for you as a gift. We're going to give you two free days of marriage therapy. You won't have the expense and you won't have to leave the house. Starting today you will get a chance to look inside a marriage therapy weekend and here is what you'll see. We took eight couples who all admitted their marriages were on the brink of disaster. They spent the weekend with dr horrible hendrix. Who conducts these marriage workshops across the country and in the course of the weekend amazing results happened. Marriages were saved. And today you can begin to say yours. Tim and vicky webster have been married now. For two and a half years they are separated and vicky is expecting their third child. My next couple. Layton and debbie. Clark have three children and i've been married for six years. Derek and valencia. Stevens have been married for five and a half years. George and beth pasta have been married fifteen years and they have two children. Randy and pam mal have been married over twelve years and they have two children. Joe and karen stricklin have been married now for two years and they have three children from a previous marriage. Jim and laurie tolliver have been married nine months. The last of the eight couples has the biggest obstacle to overcome. James and mimi had been married six years. Mimi has filed for divorce. They came to the seminar truly to save the marriage. James and mimi lacey also joining us the mastermind behind this particular kind of marriage therapy and the author of this book which the therapy is based on called getting the love. You want getting the love you want. It is a guide for couples. Please welcome our marriage man. Harvard this. I have been watching some of the tape from the seminar and it is it has helped me and my relationship tremendously really has really just in learning how to fight fairly and so forth. Why is this different. It's different because there's a focus on an understanding that couples issues arise out of their childhood. And that when they present themselves in the relationship we have to understand that they come from someplace other than just the marriage so the workshop helps couples understand that provides them with some tools experiences information to help them resolve those childhood issues in their relationship. So we take the position that divorce is not the solution to a marriage that Working on marriage and resolving the childhood issue is the solution. So when you're married to someone you have to look at them for everything that they brought to the marriage before they got there exactly. Yeah childhood most important. You have to look at the childhood issues that were brought knowing that most of the conflict couples experience in their relationship comes from unresolved pains and hurts in childhood that are presenting themselves in adult form in the relationship. And if you know that then you know you're relating to a person when they're angry at you or upset or acting sort of crazy and you don't understand what's going on that relating to a person who's wounded and hurt and are dealing with that wound and hurt with the only skills and tools that they now have and that what you have to do in a relationship is to acquire new skills to deal with the old issues they have to be dealt with and so. The exercise that we're going to see now is called container. Exercise called a container exercise and this exercise comes actually at the end of two days of very intensive work. So it's about probably sixteen hours into the workshop before you get to this before you can get to this part because it takes a while to get to these kinds of feelings and the container is an exercise designed to help a couple deal with. What is what. I call a residual childhood rage. The hurts and pains the feelings. That are leftover that are created when when his little and get hurt and so. That rage shows up in marriages as Anger rage hurt and so forth in this container helps you deal with that because it has to be dealt with and resolve it so that you feel closer and more intimate afterwards. It creates compassionate intimacy rather than the distance that comes with most fights nats call container. Why because one person has to just listen. One person has to justice and one is a container that is they receive and listen and the other person is asked to go into their childhood hurt. It starts with something that happened in the relationship but then there to push their anger into the childhood memory and then into that pain. So there'd be a lot of expressions of intense anger and then tears usually come and then after that some talking and then when couples are doing this and they're real life you know in their home or in the workshop they alternate one listens as a carrying holding nurturing parrot and the other one goes in becomes regress like a little child back into that paint. Oakland alternate

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"tolliver" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"tolliver" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

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"tolliver" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"tolliver" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Stanley Cole. Charles Tolliver got together and, uh Formed Strata East records. Their band that sort of encouraged. It was Music incorporated, but they met playing with Max Roach. We're gonna hear from their data. 1968 Members don't get weary in the Stanley color composition, eh? Quit poise. It was Basically once music could incorporated Without their first date on Polly Door. And then Searching for another label in the early seventies. It was a hard for jazz so Taking the cue from Folks in Detroit in Chicago, they decided to found their own label Strata East, So that's sort of what happened. Up next Max Roach. Members don't get worried with Max and drums Gary Bartz, a little sex Charles Tolliver and Trumpet to Jimmy Merit Base. Still like how long drums Necro boys will follow that up with Something from Charles Tolliver. Is it incorporated? Actually collaborative date. Telly calls and mentioned also Very much. Called leading Well, here is totally color composition, Effie listening out from the back. Easy to see Santa Cruz. Silly calls equipoise..

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N.B.A. Players Meet With Pope Francis

Sports? with Katie Nolan

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

N.B.A. Players Meet With Pope Francis

"The big news in the nba is not the draft. Which will get to invite a moment. It's not free agency which will touch upon in a sec. It is a fact. Nba players met with the pope. Today monday believe to discuss social injustice Five players kyle korver jonathan isaac appel anneli struggling brown. Anthony tolliver With the mvp a Michelle roberts used. The director traveled to the vatican for a meeting. Monday with pope francis.

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"tolliver" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"tolliver" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"tolliver" Discussed on Winning Plays

Winning Plays

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"tolliver" Discussed on Winning Plays

"Hayward is out. We'll discuss the short and long-term implications of Koreans injury will talk about the Celtics game 1 win over the Seventy Sixers Jayson Tatum, and Jaylen Brown are absolutely ridiculous first. As always, please subscribe to this podcast, wherever you listen, give us a follow on Twitter. That's at winning players pod. Shout out to see on this media. Shout out to bet online. Michael piano. Welcome back, my friend. Thank you. Thank you. So happy to be here. You guys are incredible job in my absence used to suck up comes back. Just watch the season turn just crumble away home. I have two quick questions for you, you know to get a to get us re-acclimated question one of all the pieces you've written for GQ and the last few weeks even do a lot of work over there. Which one are you most proud of wage? Well, I did this story about group economics and trying to explain what that was cuz some guys in the league three players are wearing a group economics on the back of their jerseys as their social social justice message. And when I first saw that as an option, I had no idea what it was or what it meant. So I talked to thought the players Anthony Tolliver and David West who I found out was the reason for it because he was kind of the inspiration a few years back and that was cool. And apparently it did well traffic-wise which I don't personally care about I guess but is but you're going to say most intense most importantly exactly well throughout the question. Exactly. Yes, not trying to spread a message of you know, social justice. But as long people click, that's all I really care about. Okay, you got your priorities in line while your doing awesome over there. Very cool to see that everyone check him out GQ GQ long is that that where to go? Okay, so from from from group up in economics to education reform question to the lack of impact. All right rank it from 1 through 10. How hard are the Celtics going to feel this Gordon Hayward injury. So Gordon Hayward is out what four weeks with a sprained right?.

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"tolliver" Discussed on Top Dog Podcast

Top Dog Podcast

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"tolliver" Discussed on Top Dog Podcast

"So. How long have you been having her now Nearly, a year and a half. Since she was little puppy newly only one because you now with. Family. Are you the only one looking after? No, we share the responsibility of walking. Live here. Did you have to make a promise study will cook because you go to. The Dog. Yes. Yes I did. Annoy you sticking to it Yeah. So. how how does it look logs? I ASSUME YOU GOING TO SCHOOL We made a schedule with who walks the dog and Wen. So is Walker before school and sometimes off school. Enough to noon on how long's a normal vocal everage will At least half an hour. Forty, five minutes sometimes multi do on the walk we always go to the park and then we let it play with other dogs. We am walk around the park. And Kind of guidance to play. He likes playing with other dogs but sometimes we throw the ball she gets bored or sticks. Will Not. Always ask people is does leave your sleep in your bait not. No I sleep in a bunk bed so She sleeps in the crates. Yeah And Multiple Notice Sling tolliver has ever done. One time into Fox eight a rope was about. Half a meter long. Serious. Yeah. But it came out the other day. In one pace yes. very surprisingly. Because different color is you yeah. So. What are you worried something could. Yeah I think we're about to go to the vet Royd up sounds. So how did she manage to eat hard for me to do think what was it? Like. The proper like a lead rope kind of. I don't know how it happened We were in the park and she found it and she was just chewing on night she swallowed that's. What do you think she stone that? I don't know I think she's got sport and talk sometimes maybe she was hungry as a she ever eaten something else. Yes. Definitely. taped tissues paper cups. Regularly Yeah, they don't they're not coming out in peace anymore you. Know. We've never had to go to vets so. And she's Has she changed your life since you Yeah. Definitely. I've never had a dog before and it's so great because I go outside more often now and I'm meeting New People in the park, it's great. What might you choose the name? Aleve. Came from a Living Newton John. Because I liked movie craze. So Is She is pretty as leaving, you can pretty are physiological. So. I'm pretty she's preview. Yeah..

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Accused 3rd Ave. shooters plead not guilty; grandmother says suspect has 'a loving heart'

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:37 min | 2 years ago

Accused 3rd Ave. shooters plead not guilty; grandmother says suspect has 'a loving heart'

"The two accused gunman in last month's deadly downtown Seattle shoot out made their first court appearance yesterday couples gave Colin has more in this operation crime and justice reports William Toliver in marquees Tolbert finally stand in a Seattle courtroom for weeks after police say they opened fire at a rival gang member downtown killing tiny Jackson and wounding seven others find them and no he wants and bomb them no gain see Coleman is Tolliver's grandmother do you think he's guilty of these charges he's not you know man I know he's not a camera you have my lemon hard he now is going to hurt people police say Toliver fired first he and Colbert fled to Las Vegas where police arrested them ten days later third in pine a memorial still sits below a boarded up McDonald's window and officers are everywhere as part of STDs emphasis patrols they're moving an extra dozen officers down here daily along with the mobile precinct Aaron brown works on this block what do you think of the patrols I'm good you know I've been definitely is going to help clean up we have a lot of small businesses in the area and having foot patrols walking walking third line is really helpful on Blake he works with the downtown Seattle association city may cause for trolls permanent we love to see them as long as they can I know there's a very there's a shortage of S. PT officers in Seattle police spokesperson tells me they're quoting getting a lot of positive feedback about the patrols and there are no plans to end now they hope to keep this up long term by filling the hiring gas right now roughly sixty officer spots are taken we wanna make sure that we can police the city the way we need to place it in Seattle keep going como

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Downtown Seattle shooting suspects plead not guilty to murder and assault charges

News, Traffic and Weather

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Downtown Seattle shooting suspects plead not guilty to murder and assault charges

"Facing charges that if convicted will put them away for life two men accused in last month's downtown Seattle shoot at appeared before a judge today in Seattle's king county Superior Court almost Carlene Johnson was there watching versus William afraid however it's house number twenty four year old William Toliver and marquise told bird accused of firing a rival gang member January twenty second and third in pine and hitting seven that bystanders as well as their actual target target first first degree degree murder murder several several counts counts of of assault assault and and unlawful unlawful possession possession of of a a firearm firearm charges charges for for both both men men who who entered entered not not guilty guilty pleas pleas to to all all charges charges Tolliver's Tolliver's grandmother Lizzy Coleman was asked about him being in a gang she said she doesn't believe her grandson who was a good person would hurt anyone if he is convicted you'd likely be put away for life that is not more human lone wolf remain behind bars without bail Carly Johnson come on

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Downtown Seattle shooting suspects plead not guilty to murder and assault charges

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Downtown Seattle shooting suspects plead not guilty to murder and assault charges

"Facing charges that if convicted would put them away for life two men accused in last month's downtown Seattle shoot out appeared before a judge today in Seattle's king county Superior Court almost Carlene Johnson was there watching versus William afraid however is because number twenty four year old William telling her and mark he's told bird accused of firing a rival gang member January twenty second and third in pine and hitting seven bystanders as well as their actual target first degree murder several counts of assault and unlawful possession of a firearm charges for both men who entered not guilty pleas to all charges Tolliver's grandmother Lizzy Coleman was asked about him being in a gang she said she doesn't believe her grandson who was a good person would hurt anyone if he is convicted would likely be put away for life that is not more human lone wolf remain behind bars without bail

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"tolliver" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"tolliver" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Station thunder radio we're so home town we're talking to local folks doing local things in your local community it's our luncheon learn program tune in today at twelve thirty for lunch and learn Ginny Comstock with the medicines home health care will join us today in studio for lunch and learn you don't want to miss if you have an idea for a luncheon learn segment email it to us W. MSR at thunder thirteen twenty dot com it's a luncheon learn on thunder radio Toliver spine injury in Manchester has all of your lawn care equipment Tolliver's has instock zero turn mowers travel trailers push mowers weed eaters riding mowers leaf blowers tellers electric mowers spreaders and more much more all transactions are fast easy and confidential Tolliver's as license and bonded Culver's has a better business bureau rating of a plus call us at seven to eight twenty three sixty Tolliver's one two north Spring Street on the square in Manchester when you hear the name innovations thank custom made and personalized innovations makes full color signs banners decals bumper stickers custom vehicle graphics including stripes and full vehicle wraps innovations offers trophies plaques laser engraving and cool promotional products like pens cups calendars even printed and embroidered T. shirts innovations nine oh seven Kennedy drive in Manchester it's right near the high school what's happening this week in coffee county stay tuned to thunder radio to find out the community calendars coming up next but try to get the general manager here now what for like you're the straw that stirs the drink and you've got a passion for cars I really do we got a great group of people here one of things you're gonna find here about what is we don't have a lot of turnover so if you buy a car from us today there's about a ninety eight percent chance you're gonna have the same self person come back in two and a half years when you're.

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"tolliver" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"tolliver" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Back literally shoots back at the same like us off. I hold. Okay, and you squat, and you push your butt back. Yes. Makes it a lot harder for nice move beyond say, we're going to put this. All right. Turn around turn around real quick. Real quick face to face. Give me one thing that you should be aware of one thing, a woman could do the same thing against a of onslaught or someone's just charging at you. If your hands are up so soon as your hands are up in someone just reaches in and grabs put your forearm across the neck. So bring a forum cross the neck good, secure it with your other risks. So one hand is holding the other hand and you're pushing their neck away. So you're pushing hard, but they're still holding on again. Your but goes back so you start pushing your back and walk backwards. And it is amazing. It works again. So you can break against no matter how strong the main thing is that you're no longer being controlled by the other person. Well, let me just ask you one quick old school question. What about just kicking them in absolutely great? Now the problem with that is distance and also off-balancing. So if someone does grab and go for kidney. Okay. You're, you're tight enough where you're blocking protecting yourself. And if your own in the person who's going to be kicked in the groin, they know they're going to be kicked in the groin. It is the target of one thing that they're looking for more options. This is why you need the training kids everyday. Self-defense. Orientate tolliver. Call him seven seven three five one seven four nine nine to mind body defense. Chicago dot com. Open come and do this again. Absolutely..

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"tolliver" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"tolliver" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Is being tolliver because we heard from her twenty four year old Wisconsin man, who won the biggest Powerball how about that ten. I'm not going to buy anything to our wages. But you know, some big staff we've got the story. Here we go from ABC this morning. A twenty four year old is a mega millionaire after winning the seven hundred sixty eight million dollar Powerball jackpot. I simply just can't believe that an ordinary guy like me could ever win. The Powerball Manuel Franco bought the winning ticket at a Wisconsin gas station in March. I honestly felt so lucky that I did look at the camera, and I really wanted to wink at it because I just had that lucky feeling his gut wasn't exactly role. I think it was at their ticket. I did win four dollars and I'll super excited about that. Doesn't happen. Very often several zero short of winning the big thing Franko who says he's been buying lottery. Tickets since he was eighteen figured he would try another time until I see that last ticket come out is still so attached to the other one I'm thinking, oh my God. Like, no way, I go straight to that Powerball number, and I look at it and it matched now a millennial millionaire. I pretty much never showed up for work. Again, Franko says he's going to be responsible with his new millions. I'm not a big guy that's gonna go by fancy stuff. Like well. Of course, I might go by fancy stuff, but nothing. Nothing too big. Yeah. We'll see how fancy Franko says he and his girlfriend bought two other tickets for the same lottery. But that those tickets were not the winter. So it's unclear this morning. Whether he's going to share his new, Richard. Yeah. He's walking away with three hundred seventy seven million in cash after his taxes. Oh my gosh. Just didn't go back to work. No. Yeah. I know. That's always something. You talk about what you show up. Yeah. No. I wouldn't this is good to know. I mean, we have fought find somebody to fill in. To be a regular lottery ticket. But yeah, I mean, but like a regular person that's got a regular a five job. Why the hell would you keep working, you know, maybe some people like their job, even if you do like it you'd be hounded by your workers for money. You have to start all over and just start afresh all those people member when I did this for you just be it's this easier to learn. In a mood just saying that people would be pestering you. He's twenty four. So we don't know what his job is. But he's just on his way, and whatever's career is you just know the guys at the bowling alley or wherever he works. We'll be hitting them up or for the money..

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"tolliver" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"tolliver" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"And then as part of a three way with the heat where they could pick up Ellington Ellington. I think would start for okay? See does have his defensive deficiencies as well. Maybe you'd say that Rodney hood might be able to help the Sima on the second unity is a no trade that he would have to wave a as a guy took his qualifying offer. Reggie Bullock, probably. Not going to be available for the type of price that they pay and he's still contributing for the piston. So that's a tough one there Garrett temple is probably too expensive. Although he's owing who might actually be able to start for them at the two. I mean that that's an interesting one of Rina's would obviously be in that deal and aside from that they don't have a ton of other expendable czars. TLC could probably be in that deal as well. Grizzlies might have to waive someone to make that happen. And that's one of the problems here too. Is that if you're doing a two for one trade as okay, see, you can't take back anyone 'cause you're gonna then be responsible that salary or there's gotta be third team that's involved with some of that salary. Just take it a and maybe some cash going from. Okay, SIA as well. The temple is industry, but that's other one where maybe he's just there the buyout market in. And they try to get him that way he doesn't necessarily fill the biggest need positionally. But I think Anthony tolliver would be a worthwhile guy for them to kick the tires on depending on how I mean, he's basically been buried in Minnesota that we did close their game on Wednesday night is actually playing. Now with some of the injuries have. But yeah, but it would not be forever. Yeah. I agree. Yeah. I mean, he's he's pretty similar with Patterson. Let me ask you this. If you could get like say Garrett temple type of guy, would you be willing to include Hamadu Diosdado in that deal? Or is he like to valuable for you to to move in like short term upgrades, everything they could look to resigns on like temple potentially the tax enjoys there. But other would have bird rights. I really liked yellow. I mean, his his physical potential is certainly there and he's on a team friendly contract for two more seasons. He's fully guaranteed at the minimum for next year. And then in his third season. It's not it's a team option. And then he would be restricted after that..

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"tolliver" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"tolliver" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Two Nixon made his groundbreaking diplomatic. Visit China the great Chinese people. The great American people be worthy of a hopes and ideals of the world for peace Justice progress for all the normalization of US, China relations, and trade restrictions loosened with my dad importing goods from the mouse, empires previously, isolated factories and workshops, his little emporium helped grease skids for his homeland's parade awakening. But not all the attention was good. The bitter legacy of the red scare was still looming over Chinatown the feds even suspected my dad was a spy running a communist storefront. So when I first of all. Connie interview, some older Chinese friend is all talk the new very dangerous FBI would shop regularly at the store. Two of them. Every time different people come here. I want to talk to him the feel there's something behind this. There's a hands from China. So they try to find out. But on the other hand, the probably China you. Okay. We're watching you. But we have nothing to hide. But my dad had a trick instead of submitting to interrogation at FBI headquarters. He treat the agents to a Chinese restaurant meal. The thirties tried to use my dad for state secrets but got a free lunch. Instead while my dad got away with taking the fifth. No tolliver river wasn't a communist front that the glorious image of China projected with my dad's socialist utopia. In the late nineteen eighty s my parents took a gamble on moving out of Chinatown to so a fashionable RT neighborhood. The first move was to the borderline of Chinatown in. So how dare we chasing expanding market of American shoppers obsessed with Chinese stuff? We carried the old favorites like t- in sesame candies, but our shelves now featured banzai trees and exotic incense for the new age Buddhists teenage girls loved our glittering brocade Cheung Sam gowns in middle school. I even promoted myself, so bicultural marketing chief in rope pro rivers, I English language mail order catalogue from there. It was up in up. Even town you moved to more times. Our final location was a big department store. No, more Chinatown. We'd crossed the Rubicon to SoHo right across from Bloomingdale's. The move brought even more publicity, Sarah. Jessica Parker raving about us an Oprah in.

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"tolliver" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"tolliver" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Morning. The time now is eight forty six. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Newell king. Good morning. When Christie tolliver was hired as an assistant coach by the Washington Wizards. She was just one of three active women coaches in the NBA coaching was a career goal for tolliver. She's also a WNBA star. She plays point guard for the Washington mystics. But a problem emerged if she wanted to coach in the NBA she'd need to accept eight tiny salary ten thousand dollars a year. Now, NBA assistant coaches typically make one hundred thousand dollars a year or more some makeover a million Howard McDonald broke the story for the New York Times. He's with me via Skype to explain why it is that a talented female coach is earning peanuts coaching men in the NBA. Good morning. Howard. Good morning, so Christie, tolliver ease a player and a coach as a player she makes a normal WNBA salary as a coach she's earning next to nothing ten thousand dollars a year. How did that happen? Well, it happened in. Part because progress has exceeded what the collective bargaining agreement between the players and the WNBA allow for the last collective bargaining agreement called for players to be able to be paid up to fifty thousand dollars as a team for off-season work now that offseason work by definition did not include coaching because at that time. There were not coaches who are WNBA players show. She came up against a very simple issue, which is that fifty thousand dollars was the max stature be paid to all the players for off-season working forty thousand of that had already been promised to her mystics teammate Elena Dell dot so we've got a talented woman coach, and she can't make more than ten thousand dollars a year did Christie tolliver or the wizards tried to fight this because as you lay out in your story. It is really galling. It just seems wildly unfair. And that is precisely at it is galling unfair. And yes, they they both tried to fight it and the wizards to their credit tried to do. So as well in your piece, you spoke to Kristie tolliver, and she seemed frustrated, but she also seemed pretty optimistic. What was your impression of her as a player as a coach is a person I've covered Christie for a long time. She's one of the British people that you didn't meet in any profession. So I wasn't surprised about it. I also think there's been an ethos in women's basketball and really women's sports as a hall that there's an effort to trailblazers today. So that tomorrow's battles are a little bit easier to fight. We're don't even have to be fought. At all. I think that may play a part in it, even though Christie tolliver is only one person in this situation. This is likely to come up in a new contract negotiation that this is a very unfair set of circumstances. It will definitely come up on the players association is very committed to this. And for the league is an opportunity to have a significant number of talented basketball mines coaches, well, so it's an extra inflexible challenge. So it really is something that both sides have a financial interest in getting south. Could this have happened with a male player who also wanted to coach say you've got a talented point guard and he says in the off season I want to coach the women's team. Would he be in the same situation where there's a cap on how much he could be paid as a coach? The short answer is nothing like that woulda a car. The cap is much higher than fifty thousand dollars on the men's side. The money is significantly different as a hall in the NBA. And as a result simply wouldn't be something that would be punitive for an NBA player who is tempted to do that Howard. Mcdowell is the editor of high post hoops, which is a site dedicated to women's basketball and. He broke the story about Christie tolliver in the New York Times..

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"tolliver" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"tolliver" Discussed on KCRW

"The law. It's six forty five. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Newell king. Good morning. When Christie tolliver was hired as an assistant coach by the Washington Wizards. She was just one of three active women coaches in the NBA Kuching was a career goal for tolliver. She's also a WNBA star. She plays point guard for the Washington mystics. But a problem emerged if she wanted to coach in the NBA she'd need to accept eight tiny salary ten thousand dollars a year. Now, NBA assistant coaches typically make one hundred thousand dollars a year or more some make over a million Howard. Make doll broke this story for the New York Times. He's with me via Skype to explain why it is that a talented female coach is earning peanuts coaching men in the NBA. Good morning. Howard. Good morning. So Chrissy tolliver ease a player and a coach as a player she makes a normal WNBA salary as a coach she's earning next to nothing ten thousand dollars a year. How did that happen? Well, it happened in. In part because progress has exceeded what the collective bargaining agreement between the players and the WNBA allow four. So the last collective bargaining agreement called for players to be able to be paid up to fifty thousand dollars as a team for off-season work now that offseason work by definition did not include coaching because at that time. There were not coaches or WNBA players. So she came up against a very simple issue. Which is that fifty thousand dollars was the max factor be paid to all the players for off-season working forty thousand of that had already been promised to her Mr. teammate Elena Dell dot so we've got a talented woman coach, and she can't make more than ten thousand dollars a year did Christie tolliver or the wizards tried to fight this because as you lay out in your story. It is really galling. It just seems wildly unfair is precisely at it is galling. Unfair. And yes, they they both tried to fight it and the wizards to their credit tried to do. So as well. In your piece, you spoke to Kristie tolliver, and she seemed frustrated, but she also seemed pretty optimistic. What was your impression of her as a player as a coach is a person I've covered Christie for a long time. She's one of the British people that you didn't meet in any profession. So I wasn't surprised about it. I also think there's been an ethos in women's basketball and really women's sports as a whole that there's an effort to trailblazers today. So that tomorrow's battles are a little bit easier to fight. We're don't even have to be fought at all. And I think that may play a part in it, even though Christie tolliver is only one person in this situation. This is likely to come up in a new contract negotiation that this is very unfair set of circumstances. It will definitely come up on the players association is very committed to this. And for the league is an opportunity to have a significant number of talented basketball mines coaches, well, so it's an extra influx of talent. So it really is something that both sides have a financial interest in getting himself. Could this have happened with a male player who also wanted to coach say you've got a talented point guard and he says in the off season I want to coach women's team. Would he be in the same situation where there is a cap on how much he could be paid as a coach? The short answer is nothing like that woulda a car. The cap is much higher than fifty thousand dollars on the men's side. The money is significantly different as a whole in the NBA. And as a result. It simply wouldn't be something that would be punitive for an NBA player who was tempted to do that Howard McDonnell is the editor of high post hoops, which is a site dedicated to women's basketball and. He broke the story about Christie tolliver.

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"tolliver" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"tolliver" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And by the listeners of K Q E D it'll be sunny today with high temperatures in the mid fifties. Fifty-six for San Carlos, walnut creek and Oakland fifty five pretty much everywhere else, except San Jose the hotspot could get up to fifty nine today. Tonight's overnight lows in the thirties and forties and in south Lake Tahoe tonight, an overnight low of twenty three degrees. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Newell king. Good morning when Christie Todd. Oliver was hired as an assistant coach by the Washington. Wizards. She was just one of three active women coaches in the NBA coaching was a career goal for tolliver. She's also a WNBA star. She plays point guard for the Washington mystics. But a problem emerged if she wanted to coach in the NBA she'd need to accept a tiny salary ten thousand dollars a year. Now, NBA assistant coaches typically make one hundred thousand dollars a year or more some makeover a million Howard McDonald broke this story for the New York Times. He's with me via Skype to explain why it is that a talented female coach is earning peanuts coaching men in the NBA. Good morning. Howard. Good morning. So Chrissy tolliver ease a player and a coach as a player she makes a normal WNBA salary as a coach she's earning next to nothing ten thousand dollars a year. How did that happen? Well, it happened in part because progress has exceeded what the collective bargaining agreement between the players. And the WNBA allow for so the last collective bargaining agreement called for players to be able to be paid up to fifty thousand dollars as a team for off-season work now that offseason work by definition did not include coaching because at that time. There were not coaches or WNBA players. So she came up against a very simple issue, which is dead. Fifty thousand dollars was the match that could be paid to all the players for off-season working forty thousand of that had already been promised to her mystics teammate Elena Dell dot so we've got a talented woman coach, and she can't make more than ten thousand dollars a year did Christie tolliver or the wizards tried to fight this because as you lay out in your story. It is really galling. It just seems wildly unfair is precisely editors galling unfair. And yes, they they both tried to fight it and the wizards to their credit tried to do. So as well. In your piece, you spoke to Christine tolliver, and she seemed frustrated, but she also seemed pretty optimistic. What was your impression of her as a player as a coach is a person I've covered Christie for a long time. She's one of the British people that you didn't meet in any profession. So I wasn't surprised about it. I also think there's been an ethos in women's basketball and really women's sports has a hall that there's an effort to trailblazers today. So that tomorrow's battles are a little bit easier to fight. We're don't even have to be fought at all. And I think that may partner even though Christie tolliver is only one person in this situation. This is likely to come up in a new contract negotiation that this is a very unfair set of circumstances. It will definitely come up on the players association is very committed to this. And for the league is an opportunity to have a significant number of talented basketball mines poetry as well. So it's an extra influx of challenge. So it really is something that both sides have a financial interest in getting south. Could this have happened with a male player who also wanted to coach say you've got a talented point guard and he says in the off season I want to coach the women's team. Would he be in the same situation where there is a cap on how much he could be paid as a coach? The short answer is nothing like that would a car. The cap is much higher than fifty thousand dollars on the men's side. The money is significantly different as a hall in the NBA. And as a result. It simply wouldn't be something that would be punitive for an MBA player who is tempted to do that Howard. Mcdowell is the editor of high post hoops, which is a site dedicated to women's basketball and. He broke the story about Christie tolliver in the New York Times..

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"tolliver" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"tolliver" Discussed on KCRW

"This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Newell king. Good morning. When Christie tolliver was hired as an assistant coach by the Washington Wizards. She was just one of three active women coaches in the NBA Kuching was a career goal for tolliver. She's also a WNBA star. She plays point guard for the Washington mystics. But a problem emerged if she wanted to coach in the NBA she'd need to accept eight tiny salary ten thousand dollars a year. Now, NBA assistant coaches typically make one hundred thousand dollars a year or more some makeover a million Howard make doll broke this story for the New York Times. He's with me via Skype to explain why it is that a talented female coach is earning peanuts coaching men in the NBA. Good morning. Howard. Good morning, so Christie, tolliver ease a player and a coach as a player she makes a normal WNBA salary as a coach she's earning next to nothing ten thousand dollars a year. How did that happen? Well, it happened in part because progress has exceeded what the collective bargaining agreement between the players and the WNBA allow for. So the last collective bargaining agreement called for players to be able to be paid up to fifty thousand dollars as a team for off-season work now that offseason work by definition did not include coaching because at that time. There were not coaches or WNBA players. So she came up against a very simple issue. Which is that fifty thousand dollars was the max stature be paid to all the players for off-season working forty thousand of that had already been promised to her Mr. teammate Elena Dell dot so we've got a talented woman coach, and she can't make more than ten thousand dollars a year did Christie tolliver or the wizards tried to fight this because as you lay out in your story. It is really galling. It just seems wildly unfair. That is precisely it galling and unfair. And yes, they they both tried to fight it and the wizards to their credit tried to do. So as well. In your piece, you spoke to Kristie tolliver, and she seemed frustrated, but she also seemed pretty optimistic. What was your impression of her as a player as a coach is a person I've covered Christie for a long time. She's one of the British people that you didn't meet in any profession. So I wasn't surprised about it. I also think there's been an ethos in women's basketball and really women's sports as a whole that there's an effort to trailblazers today. So that tomorrow's battles are a little bit easier to fight. We're don't even have to be fought at all. And I think that may play a part in it, even though Christie tolliver is only one person in this situation. This is likely to come up in a new contract negotiation that this is a very unfair set of circumstances. It will definitely come up on the players association is very committed to this. And for the league is an opportunity to have a significant number of talented basketball, minds coaches. Well, so it's an extra influx of talent. So it really is something that both sides have a financial interest in get himself. Could this have happened with a male player who also wanted to coach say you've got a talented point guard and he says in the off season I wanna co coach women's team. Would he be in the same situation where there is a cap on how much he could be paid as a coach? The short answer is nothing like that with a car. The cap is much higher than fifty thousand dollars on the men's side. The money is significantly different as a whole in the NBA. And as a result. It simply wouldn't be something that would be punitive for an NBA player who is tempted to do that Howard McDonnell is the editor of high post hoops, which is a site dedicated to women's basketball and. He broke the story about Christie tolliver in the New York Times. Thanks.

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"tolliver" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"tolliver" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Now. It's forty four degrees. New York at seven forty five. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Newell king. Good morning. When Christie tolliver was hired as an assistant coach by the Washington Wizards. She was just one of three active women coaches in the NBA Kuching was a career goal for tolliver. She's also a WNBA star. She plays point guard for the Washington mystics. But a problem emerged if she wanted to coach in the NBA she'd need to accept eight tiny salary ten thousand dollars a year. Now, NBA assistant coaches typically make one hundred thousand dollars a year or more some makeover a million Howard McDonald broke this story for the New York Times. He's with me via Skype to explain why it is that a talented female coach is earning peanuts coaching men in the NBA. Good morning. Howard. Good morning, so Christie, tolliver ease a player and a coach as a player she makes a normal WNBA salary as a coach she's earning next to nothing ten thousand dollars a year. How did that? Happen. Well, it happened in part because progress has exceeded what the collective bargaining agreement between the players and the WNBA allow floor. So the last collective bargaining agreement called for players to be able to be paid up to fifty thousand dollars as a team for off-season work now that offseason work by definition did not include coaching because at that time. There were not coaches or WNBA players. So she came up against a very simple issue, which is that fifty thousand dollars was the match that could be paid to all the players for off-season working forty thousand of that had already been promised to her mystics teammate Elena Dell dot so we've got a talented woman coach, and she can't make more than ten thousand dollars a year did Christie tolliver or the wizards tried to fight this because as you lay out in your story. It is really galling. It just seems wildly unfair. And that is precisely at it is galling unfair. And yes, they they both tried to fight it and the wizards to their credit tried to do. So as well. In your piece, you spoke to Kristie tolliver, and she seemed frustrated, but she also seemed pretty optimistic. What was your impression of her as a player as a coach is a person I've covered Christie for a long time. She's one of the British people that you didn't meet in any profession. So I wasn't surprised about it. I also think there's been an ethos in women's basketball and really women's sports is a hall that there's an effort to trailblazers today. So that tomorrow's battles are a little bit easier to fight. We're don't even have to be fought at all. And I think that may play a part in it, even though Christie Oliver is only one person in this situation, this is likely to come up in a new contract negotiation that this is a very unfair set of circumstances. It will definitely come up on the players association is very committed to this. And for the lead is an opportunity to have a significant number of talented basketball mines coaches as well. So it's an extra influx of talent. So it really is something that both sides have a financial interest in get himself. Could this have happened with a male player who also wanted to coach say you've got talented point guard and he says in the off season I want to coach women's team. Would he be in the same situation where there's a cap on how much he could be paid as a coach? The short answer is nothing like that with a car. The cap is much higher than fifty thousand dollars on the men's side. The money is significantly different as a hall in the NBA. And as a result. It simply wouldn't be something that would be punitive for an MBA player. Who is tempting to do that Howard McDonnell is the editor of high post hoops, which is a site dedicated to women's basketball and. He broke the story about Christie tolliver in the New York Times. Thanks.

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"tolliver" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"tolliver" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Newell king. Good morning. When Christie tolliver was hired as an assistant coach by the Washington Wizards. She was just one of three active women coaches in the NBA Kuching was a career goal for tolliver. She's also a WNBA star. She plays point guard for the Washington mystics. But a problem emerged if she wanted to coach in the NBA she'd need to accept eight tiny salary ten thousand dollars a year. Now, NBA assistant coaches typically make one hundred thousand dollars a year or more some makeover a million Howard McDonald broke the story for the New York Times. He's with me via Skype to explain why it is that a talented female coach is earning peanuts coaching men in the NBA. Good morning. Howard. Good morning, so Christie tolliver ease a player to coach as a player. She makes a normal WNBA salary as a coach she's earning next to nothing ten thousand dollars a year. How did that happen? Well. It happened in part because progress has exceeded what the collective bargaining agreement between the players and the WNBA allow four so the last bargaining agreement called for players to be able to be paid up to fifty thousand dollars as a team for off-season work now that offseason work by definition did not include coaching because at that time. There were not coaches or WNBA players. So she came up against a very simple issue, which is that fifty thousand dollars was the max could be paid to all the players for off-season working forty thousand of that had already been promised to her mystics teammate Elena Delle, Dr. So we've got a talented woman coach, and she can't make more than ten thousand dollars a year did Christie tolliver or the wizards tried to fight this because as you lay out in your story. It is really going. It just seems wildly unfair. And that is precisely this. Calling it unfair. And yes, they they both tried to fight it and the wizards to their credit tried to do. So as well in your piece, you spoke to Kristie tolliver, and she seemed frustrated, but she also seemed pretty optimistic. What was your impression of her as a player as a coach is a person I've covered Christie for a long time. She's one of the British people that you didn't meet in any profession. So I wasn't surprised about it. I also think there's been an ethos in women's best ball and really women's sports is a hall that there's an effort to trailblazers today. So that tomorrow's battles are a little bit easier to fight. We're don't even have to be fought at all. And I think that may play a part in it, even though Christie tolliver is only one person in this situation. This is likely to come up in a new contract negotiation that this is a very unfair set of circumstances. It will definitely come up on the players association is very committed to this. And for the league is an opportunity to have a significant. Number of talented basketball mines poach as well. So it's an extra influx of talent. So it really is something that both sides have a financial interest in getting south. Could this have happened with a male player who also wanted to coach say you've got talented point guard and he says in the off season I want to women's team. Would he be in the same situation where there is a cap on how much he could be paid as coach the short answer is nothing like that woulda car? The cap is much higher than fifty thousand dollars on the men's side. The money is significantly different as a hall in the NBA. And as a result. It simply wouldn't be something that would be punitive for an MBA player. Who is tempting to do that Howard McDonnell is the editor of high post hoops, which is a site dedicated to women's basketball, and he broke the story about Christie tolliver in the New York Times. Thanks howard..

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