18 Burst results for "Tom Heinsohn"

"tom heinsohn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 6 months ago

"tom heinsohn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Boston. It's the NBA Finals that Bill Russell number 6 brilliantly spearheading the Celtics before a capacity crown of 14,000. From 1957 to 69, the Celtics won 11 titles, including 8 straight. There were great players like bob cousy, Tom heins and Sam and Casey Jones, and so many others, but none like Russell. He was the bridge to all 11 championships, a competitor so fierce. He'd often throw up before games. Success, though, couldn't hide a difficult relationship with the city where he played. Russell didn't trust some of Boston's white fans who cheer the winning, but then complain the team had too many black players. In a Boston Globe documentary, former teammate Tom heinsohn remembered how the Boston suburb of reading, where Russell lived, held a dinner to honor him. He was so taken aback that he broke down and started to cry, and he said that he wished he could live in reading for the rest of his life. But not long after people broke into Russell's house, destroyed trophies and defecated in his bed. His relationship to those outside the Celtics locker room became chilly. He got a reputation for being surly. He refused to sign autographs. On the other hand, Russell loved the Celtics and the progressive white people who ran the franchise. During the dynasty years, the Celtics became the first NBA team to have an all black starting lineup. And in 1966, more history, as heard in this NBA TV documentary. Here he is the new coach of the solids the best of you. Thank you. When legendary head coach read auerbach retired, he named Russell to take his place. The first black head coach in the NBA. It was historic, but Bill Russell said he didn't care. He simply believed he was the best man for the job, although a reporter questioned that at a press conference after the announcement. Major

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"tom heinsohn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"tom heinsohn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's the NBA Finals, but Bill Russell number 6 brilliantly spearheading the Celtics before a capacity crown of 14,000. From 1957 to 69, the Celtics won 11 titles, including 8 straight. There were great players like bob cousy, Tom heins and Sam and Casey Jones, and so many others, but none like Russell. He was the bridge to all 11 championships, a competitor so fierce he'd often throw up before games. Success, though, couldn't hide a difficult relationship with the city where he played. Russell didn't trust some of Boston's white fans who cheer the winning, but then complain the team had too many black players. In a Boston Globe documentary, former teammate Tom heinsohn remembered how the Boston suburb of reading, where Russell lived, held a dinner to honor him. He was so taken aback that he broke down and started to cry and he said that he wished he could live in reading for the rest of his life. But not long after people broke into Russell's house, destroyed trophies and defecated in his bed. His relationship to those outside the Celtics locker room became chilly. He got a reputation for being surly. He refused to sign autographs. On the other hand, Russell loved the Celtics and the progressive white people who ran the franchise. During the dynasty years, the Celtics became the first NBA team to have an all black starting lineup. And in 1966, more history, as heard in this NBA TV documentary. Here he is the new coach of the solids, the best of you. When legendary head coach red auerbach retired, he named Russell to take his place. The first black head coach in the NBA. It was historic, but Bill Russell said he didn't care. He simply believed he was the best man for the job, although a reporter questioned that at a press conference after the announcement. A

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"tom heinsohn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"tom heinsohn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In Boston. It's the NBA Finals that Bill Russell number 6 brilliantly spearheading the Celtics before a capacity crown of 14,000. From 1957 to 69, the Celtics won 11 titles, including 8 straight. There were great players like bob cousy, Tom heinsohn, Sam and Casey Jones, and so many others, but none like Russell. He was the bridge to all 11 championships, a competitor so fierce. He'd often throw up before games. Success, though, couldn't hide a difficult relationship with the city where he played. Russell didn't trust some of Boston's white fans who cheer the winning, but then complain the team had too many black players. In a Boston Globe documentary, former teammate Tom heinsohn remembered how the Boston suburb of reading, where Russell lived, held a dinner to honor him. He was so taken aback that he broke down and started to cry and he said that he wished he could live in reading for the rest of his life. But not long after people broke into Russell's house, destroyed trophies and defecated in his bed. His relationship to those outside the Celtics locker room became chilly. He got a reputation for being surly. He refused to sign autographs. On the other hand, Russell loved the Celtics and the progressive white people who ran the franchise. During the dynasty years, the Celtics became the first NBA team to have an all black starting lineup. And in 1966, more history, as heard in this NBA TV documentary. Here he is, the new coach of the solids, the best of you. When legendary head coach red auerbach retired, he named Russell to take his place, the first black head coach in the NBA. It was historic, but Bill Russell said he didn't care. He simply believed he was the best man for the job, although a reporter questioned that at a press conference after the announcement. The first

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"tom heinsohn" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

03:43 min | 8 months ago

"tom heinsohn" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"I'm not, you know, I didn't, I didn't play with him. He was not around. I hear different stories about Tommy Einstein. I just how good he was. My only recollection is that is one. I saw a movie with called the green book. I think it was the green book, wasn't it? Yeah, it was green book. And the green book and they talked about it was a book about people of color during the 60 50s and the 60s if they wanted to go to a hotel. They had a green book which gave them segregated hotel rooms that they could go to in different towns. And it was a famous concert pianist who was in New York who was touring the entire south. And he was using the green book to go around and he finally got to say Birmingham, Alabama sub. He was going into a restaurant. He wanted to eat because he was playing there. And they went in the line to go there and the restaurant owner said, yeah, but let me just tell you a story. He said, the world famous Boston Celtics won the world championship and they came through here and they're big kahuna and he was talking about Bill Russell a that. And the guy said, and he looked at him and then he said, I don't know, but I could tell you what it wasn't here. And that made me really feel like, wow, that what a story that is of the shoulders of a giant that I have stood on. When I look at him, I look at Tom heinsohn, I look at, especially the guys of color who played during that time. Casey Jones, Sam Jones, who told the story to me how he was so quick with everything. He said, I want to say Fort Wayne Indiana someplace that he beat all the guys to the lunch counter and he gets there with his tray and the lady looks at and looks at him since sir, I can't serve you. So what do you mean? He said, we don't, we don't serve blacks here. We don't serve colors here. And he said, he was just demoralized about how that was. And he said, cozy in them, they end up bringing food to him from that particular restaurant. And it's just strange because again, here those players were entertaining the masses, but the masses would not allow them allowed them to eat in the same restaurant. I think that's where Sam they all left. Didn't they? They boycotted Russell Sam Casey. That's when they came home and said go home. When they boycotted, I'm pretty sure. I don't know if and I know red is that kind of person he was, he was about protecting people and all that, but I don't remember a story like that where he stood this ground and said, look, we're not going to play. You're going to get the video next because you'll love that story. It's an interesting one. I got another question. Any Rick Barry sightings? I was a Rick. In his own mind, Rick Barry is every place, okay? You know who I did see. I'm sure you saw him too out there, max. I can't think of his name. Great. Good time. Who is it? Bill Walton, Bill Walton. He was in the press conference room, just sitting there taking it in, laughing. I was like, what is this guy doing? Everybody loves Walton. I always tells me all the time, oh my God, max. Thank you. You thank you for giving your life for me. Getting traded to the clippers, you gave your basketball life..

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"tom heinsohn" Discussed on Celtics Beat

Celtics Beat

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"tom heinsohn" Discussed on Celtics Beat

"During the riots, it said, all we want you to do is like us back. And that resonate denied as a coach, but as a human being and it worked so far out. So I think part of his persona is bigger than the game itself. I don't think he's the best coach in the world. I think he's the long ways from the worst coach in the world, but I think his overall persona has made him one of those top coaches we talked about. All right, this one is much more, I don't know, hits home with you maybe. I'm sure you've thought about this. I'm sure you've seen it all on social media, whether to maybe talk to your friends or even grandy about it on the air I'm not sure. So again, this weeks ago, but I haven't had you on that. I'm a jump the gun here. I'm not one of the top 15 Celtics of all time. All right, listen, whether or not you believe you are. Whether or not you believe you are. The Celtics put out did I jump the gun then? Well, you did jump the gun. But that's okay because there's more here. So here was the list for anyone that missed it. In no particular order. Larry Bird, Paul Pierce, Dave cowens, Kevin Garnett, Tom heinsohn, Kevin McHale Robert parish, Bill Russell, bob cousy, Dennis Johnson, Sam Jones, Bill sharman, John havlicek, JoJo white, I lied. It wasn't a particular order. I saved this one for last. Ray Allen. This list came out and everybody, everybody, almost universally reacted and went. What? Ray Allen. I mean, only guy in the list doesn't have his number in the rafters. You have your number in the rafters. Garnett will have his number in the rafters. I don't think ray will I really don't believe that. Nor do I believe he should, by the way, which is a that's an entirely different conversation. But Ray Allen being on the top 15, you want to say like, just based on their NBA careers, sure. You know, like you and I have had that conversation about Garnett before. But if we're talking about what they did in a Celtics uniform, top 15 Celtics of all time, so many people reached out to me when I tweeted this list after the Celtics put it out on Twitter saying like, how in the world is Cedric Maxwell and there were a couple other people that were named as well. But how in the world is Cedric Maxwell not on this list before Ray Allen. I'm asking you, Cedric Maxwell, how are you not on this list before reality? Even if you don't think you should be on the list, you got to admit you're on the list before ray. No, I really don't. I love Ray Allen. And the reason I love Ray Allen's because I see Ray Allen is me. Being one of those guys that you actually forgot how good he was. The Boston Celtics when they got together, it wasn't a big two. It wasn't Paul. It wasn't Kevin. It was rate included in that. And I think he goes by the wayside for that. One of the greatest shooters, the.

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"tom heinsohn" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

The Higherside Chats

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"tom heinsohn" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

"Of yoga and he says that path probably is not available to most westerners. Why is that. Because in a true yoga path you need a true guru and you must basically pledge complete obedience to this guru. Perhaps you know the famous book. The autobiography of a yoga by tom. Heinsohn yoga nandan a classic description of the oriental path. And in that book there is a story about a man seeking the immortal yoga bobby g. Who is according to the tradition lives in the himalayas and this man was searching through the peaks of the himalayas looking looking looking to find this master and finally after great trail. He comes across the master and his troop of sheila's in the heights of the himalayas and he comes up to him and he bows down and begs that he could become a pupil and babajee said fine. Throw yourself off that cliff and the man immediately ran throws himself off the cliff. Crashes down is broken. And his essentially dead the sheila's go down they bring him up he's revived and babajee says you who've obeyed me you may become my pupil. Unfortunately the average american would say off that cliff. We just don't obey like that. We don't have it in us. We've been trained to say. I'm from missouri. Give me the explanation. So the yoga path. Very difficult for a westerner also a bit because of the constitution of the bodies the second pass diner speaks about is christian path this is the path of a monastic monk or nun. Who can live in absolute silence. Take a vow of silence. Live in constant contemplation of certain meditative themes and steiner describes. I believe in the back of his lectures on the gospel of saint john. Something of that path. Where you dedicate your soul to certain contemplacion's the first one is describe this way you think about the fact that the plant is dependent on its existence to the mineral kingdom. You picture the plant bowing down to the mineral and saying i am higher than you in evolution but i oh my existence to you and then you picture the animal bowing down in like manner to the plant which feeds it saying i am higher in the scale of being than you plant kingdom yet i oh my existence to you and so i- bow down before you and then the human being has to bow down to the animal and plant and mineral kingdoms acknowledging though he's a higher creation it couldn't exist without those kingdoms and then this leads to a contemplation of the famous scene in the new testament where christ washes the feet of his disciples and he says something like though i am higher than each of you. I could not do my work. I could not fulfil my task without my apostle so he washes their feet and steiner says the christian mystic begins in away by meditating on that picture and it creates a kind of mood in his soul and that mood must not break he must carry it through the entire day through his work in the garden through whatever tasks he has in the monastery never for a moment allowing that mood to depart him and if he carries that long enough then he will have a kind of spiritual revelation. He will see a picture of christ washing the feet and he will feel water. Leaving across his feet is achieved. The first wrung of the christian path and there are several more rungs each of which require that kind of monastic soul constitution. Which of course for most westerners is totally impossible as you're running through subways and answering your.

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"tom heinsohn" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"tom heinsohn" Discussed on The Book Review

"Recreation of pamela. What are you reading these days. Well i recently read a book. That i'm just gonna say flat out is one of the best narrative nonfiction books books by journalists. I've ever read. I cannot recommend it highly enough. I urge everyone to read this book. Even if they're not interested in the subject on the surface of the book is called. The outlaw ocean journeys across the last untamed frontier by ian. Urbina who's a former investigative reporter for the new york times. He was here for seventeen years. I actually never met him although he was on the podcast. When this book came out in twenty nineteen this book is about maritime law the lack of maritime law and the abuses of nearly nonexistent maritime law which is to say you know most of the earth as we know is covered with ocean and move of that ocean is not governed by anyone. Anyone i mean there are some loose. International agreements and laws that no one is able to or willing or has the money or desire sometimes to enforce and therefore is a enormous cesspool of international crime. That goes on that everyone is aware takes place and very little is done about it and so there is slavery at sea. There is of course piracy which is probably the thing that we've heard most about people know. Captain phillips people think about somalia but that piracy is all over the place. That piracy is what you would expect. Which is it's theft at sea. And why wouldn't it be rampant because there are no police officers out there. There is no cia fbi. There's there's no one that can cover the huge vast stretches of ocean where all of this crime takes place illegal. Fishing is just one of the many issues in the book that's covered and what you find out will absolutely apol- you not just in terms of the environmental devastation. But the exploitation of workers and exploitation in terms of indentured servitude in terms of outright slavery physical and emotional abuse the conditions that we sometimes read about in developing nations with regard to factory conditions are nothing compared to what it is at. See the detail in this book. I could talk about this for a very long time. I'll say a few things specifically about what makes it so good. It's not just the subject matter. It's the way in which are being structures. His story unlike some journalists where a book is kind of created based off a series of articles. It always feels like a coherent whole. You never feel like okay. And now we're at the next story that he reported and he very definitely inter we behind the scenes. How i did this. He doesn't overly rely on the first person narrative. It doesn't feel like an egotistical book. He explains you might be wondering how. I got this person to talk to me or you may be wondering how i got aboard this vigilante ship. That's going after illegal poachers because you know government will away. He gets them. It's like i. It's worthy of a movie. And then the other thing that i think makes it so powerful is that it's a little bit like when the movie apollo thirteen was being made. I remember there was some kind of interview with ron howard. The director with tom heinsohn which they said we made the decision. Not to embellish this at all because the simple facts of what happened are so insane that it's hard enough to believe as it is like. There's just no reason to exaggerate. And that's the way this book feels. It feels like very responsible. There's no exaggeration if anything it is very low key and yet for nonfiction book i found it to be one of the most cage ternary books. I have read in a long time. I stayed up late reading. I woke up early to read. I was reading in the middle of the night. So there you have it. The outlaw ocean. I know you've read a great deal of reported nonfiction. So if you're saying it's one of the best things at that's a huge recommendation. It is so good. I i basically. If you don't even if you don't care about the ocean you should read. This book is what i'm saying but let's run on the titles of we already. I read diary of a country priest by his yours bernandinos. I read the magician by collin. Toby and i read the outlaw ocean journeys across the last untamed frontier by ian urbina. Remember there's more. Ny times dot com slash books and you can always write to us at books at ny. Times dot com. I write back not right away. But i do the book. Podcast is produced by the greed. Pietro rossato from head stubborn media with a major assist for my colleague john williams. Thanks for listening for the new york. Times i'm pamela paul..

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"tom heinsohn" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"tom heinsohn" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"Make believe jobs and to do so. We're we're really fortunate because we don't have ourselves to think and our big beautiful brains but we have a listener. Alex underscored not underscore alice. Who suggested this on this year and recently So she'll be serving the fictional job as executive producer on the second. Most interesting thing about alex not alice what is that. She has zero post zero followers twenty. She's following twenty eight people. We are one of them. Yeah and her by is the letter a. I think it's where i want to do it on. It is really the right like be here. Be of warrior. Give your good ideas when you need them. But like you're not going to know anything about my life. Don't be indebted to it. That's great job by alex not alice. So we're really excited to do this to start this conversation. I thought i think a lot of people know our job. History like individually you know. So it's we. We're not going to break a lot of new ground there but if we could go in the reserves like what is a job that you've had that sounds fictional but actually you know what i looked. I rode the on all my jobs. That i can remember and i was like me and i've had a lot of jobs i've had fifteen jobs. The fifteen. okay. This is actually the longest job i've ever had and most of it is like cashier and then like administrative right But i realize. And i've had some weird jobs like i literally was a travel teller for a bank and they did not invite him back because i gave away too much money as the bank teller. I also worked as a cake pop baker to help make this possible. But my we're shop. Is i worked at the. Cdc which is why. I'm obsessed with the cdc also pandemic makes you obsess sometimes And my supervisor was dr. Pym leo and she. We were in that hospital infections department. So basically i just had to call hospitals and get their hepatitis. Data like hey how many people staff today. Anything like that. Well i mean sometimes staff mostly hepatitis. That was my assignment which. I didn't know what hepatitis was. I didn't know until naomi. Judd got hepatitis. God had us the deal. But the thing that i had to do with that job. That was weird. Is i had to convince dr panlilio. She did not wanna leave. Ms toss okay and had hung on. She was the last person in the building still on it. And so i had to teach them how to use windows bringing her in a new century. Brilliant epidemiologist and is like. Hey i'm twenty one and let me show you how to use a computer. I think you've got to percents stake in helping this pandemic along just because i think so. Okay what about you. I i was mom was kinda similar. Like i don't have the thing that was my I figured all the jobs. I've had sound like fake jobs. Like they don't sound like real jobs right like they sound like if you play. Like millennial workforce bingo. All of them would be like winners. You know because it's like christian screenwriter pregnant. Kim kardashian be reporter at t-shirt printer. Tv recap podcast are not real things that people do for money for. You've come look at the fictional job i did. I one of the ones that does it. It doesn't sound super fake. But i don't think i've talked about is. I was a runner up for cbs nfl correspondent. In two thousand nine white talking about was Through bleacher report. I was w- my son was just born and we're gonna move to nashville as an a cover the titans for cps early and because they did this big competition And i was. I was the runner up because there was a big Sports me off and there was a guy he was like. I'll do it for that money. But i have experience so you can cut that guy lose so they sent me a check for like two thousand dollars to be like sorry about that. We need to let you do that. Well that's pretty impressive. Instead of that. I started a blog and i started. Recapping the weird that moment you know about broken roads or beautiful or some high tides and boats and ships so we have a sordid history With jobs but i think that's a that's a great lengths to look at this episode today because jobs and pop culture is super interesting and super fascinating because more thought about it. The martha we get into very specific kind of categories and professions when thinking of books movies or tv shows to me the most common job. And i really did kind of look at. What are the most popular shows of all time. I kind of wrote down there settings and it realized that it's really three jobs right. It's cop doctor lawyer. That's right right and that's why they wanna be any of those three things. Okay because i found that cops do not seeing no nor do they solve every crime and most of the time. they're spending. They have to spend doing paperwork. And then sometimes you don't get to be a cool cop. You don't get to be like the detective who just shows up and like even. Csi you don't get to just work work one case at a time working like thirty five cases at a time. And you're like. I don't know about dna what's your problem. Are you decided to lift your computer. I am yeah. That was seamless. Man i was doing it. It was hurt my neck a little bit. And i think you're not even talking about the fact that gil on csi i don't even know he's still there he doesn't back he's coming back left. Oh yeah know left because he was like this is too much stress and now he's like oh i didn't make any money. How do a man. Yes i because. I had like you know when you think about jobs in pop culture. They're very you think it'd be a lot more nuance but i feel like it's not that nuance because you've got either super noble jobs or like ignoble jobs and the noble jobs are the ones that you talked about its military. Police antiques fire. Dr teachers chicago all in chicago. All in some kind of combination and a crossover event. And i think you know I don't know to what extent this is a thing of the moment. Because of i i feel like it's it would be hard to Disentangle nine eleven's influence on that you know for liberation and the romances ation of of those jobs. But i think there's also interesting to be like the the heroic connotations those jobs eh correlates amherst. They actually pay you know versus like the entertainment value. They give us. It's very interesting. Well also those jobs very much. Lynn themselves to your procedural element which is the kind of shows that make the most money particularly for networks so you can have hawaii five o also sat in akron. Ohio illogically like. Oh yeah because you're going to meet different people every single day this makes for great storytelling not really but it does. All end up wrapped up in forty would love hawaii five o in akron though like little fuel. That's that's on aboard board whiteboard somewhere so ignoble jobs that i have in these are whatever characters who had this job or just this job. In in general. I felt like they tend to be villain or sketchy characters Tell me if you disagree with any of these lawyers. Yes finance bros. School principals used car salesman dentists. Dentists get a bad rap. Why dentists get such a bad rap is a i like fictional dentist. You can think of type your head Because i think of jennifer aniston in horrible bosses and that is not the situation. I wanna make their into actually think the bachelorette okay like she was a dentist. She was like like jamie left her and there seems to be so teeth or no. she's sorry knoxville's from bottom is too so you know. Here's what i thought growing up about jobs because i like that ignoble noble. What does this one fall into. Because i thought the best job you could possibly have was architect Because mike brady was architects and he had he was architects. And i just think people are architects because of the drafting table. Because we're like look at tom. Heinsohn slips in seattle. He looks so professional with this corner view. Which i don't think it's most architect. No but also like mike brady had six kids in a mate like that seems really fancy and also art van delay his his. He said there's nothing higher than an architect. Look you're not wrong. And i remember watching carolina in the city. She had architect drafting table but she was a cartoonist. Like either way. I'll do either of those that think about liam niessen and love actually. We're like oh alabama the support or in kid and look at him. He's an architect or kiana reason the.

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"tom heinsohn" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"tom heinsohn" Discussed on Good For You

"I don't think so like ten minutes. The least i guess what. I'm realizing that i was like to me. No offense but your family and the money stuff is like the least interesting thing about you. is that insulting. No okay actually love hearing that because everyone says like oh inheritance your dad your mom like. Oh my gosh. I didn't really quick. If i just a tiny little rant because you said something about like oh well you got yeah. It was like nine hundred zero. And then i saw like people accused of nepotism or whatever. It's like do you. How many famous siblings are a fucking. It never happened to them. Like what are you like google chat. Hanks okay do you know how many lease this name. Chad hanks yeah. He speaks in patois and wraps. He's do you know. Do you know this. do you know about them. What are we talking about. This is one of tom heinsohn. His son is another one. Oh my god wait okay so just if you guys want to say that nepotism has why anybody got anything as if that's the only thing that matters as if you don't have to be talented i don't know what i'm looking at Okay this is hem colonies could know colin. Hanks is is delight yes chat. Hangs this one right here. We go big up the whole island massive chattanooga coming from that golden glove dinovite tall amongst position. And what school. In china like so. It's just that just drives me nuts because as someone that has like known a lot of people don't wanna brag known and dated a lot of people in and out of mary's rehabs in los angeles like celebrity kids are not known for like showing up in being able to fucking hit something out of the park and create an iconic character. You know so i just. I was getting so defensive annoyed about that And and then to me. That's just like the mo the least interesting part of you was like having you over okay. If i don't ask her about anything against i i just kinda wanna talk to her about animals and migraines and boobs. Oh yeah so off the bus. So how many animals do you currently have. I didn't know but my friend counted. Twenty nine twenty nine animals so our everyone you think. No i mean i. Animal control sometimes listens to this bypass they about. I was feeding my dear and they did show up Are you kidding. No because i do. I am above the legal limit. But i am getting a kennel license without the little loophole. Yeah i know. One of my dad's i'll help you. I got it. So do you know of the twenty nine animals. The breakdown at all. Yeah of yeah. Yeah hung do. We have romney. Just because you're one of it when i during okay go during the bulls. Guyer's i rescued a pig. I had no idea what i was signing up for. It was one of those like Abuse like starved teacup pigs. That's the only way they stay small. There's no many there is not such as they don't them. They starve them in there. No that all over instagram and like so people would buy these little mini pigs that they saw an instagram for five thousand dollars that they thought were going to be little pocket like troas and then they go home and feed them to cheerios and all of a sudden they've got a pig in. There never have done that..

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"tom heinsohn" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"tom heinsohn" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Up. The silent majority is starting to be Silent no more one. Eight hundred six five five. Mike were in the relief. Factor dot com studios. Looks like i'm going to have a negative test. i know it looks like a little purple. Goes eight really the coolest thing the way this when you and everybody ought to get one of these. If you've got any doubts first of all shouldn't be going around spreading colder. You might have it and if you don't want to go to the doctor your work. This is one way before you go to the doctor to find out if if you have a positive or negative test. Here's a funny text message on the my pillow text line. Hey mike you're little horse today because you're taking horse pills. According to the beast took my ivermectin. I take it every sunday every week. I take my ivermectin joe. Rogan incidentally who shared with the world that he was being treated with ivermectin after his co. vin positive test. He's now cohen negative. He had covered for a few days. Now he's tested negative for cove it and he is. He is not vaccinated now the beast. What like that. Because joe joe rogan is one of the most popular podcasters in the country and he admitted that he did not get the vaccine and it got cova and he said they're throwing every. I'm throwing everything in the kitchen. Sink added ivermectin. Zank doing everything i can with therapeutics and you know for what it's worth now. He's apparently fine his negative and is getting on with his life. Eight hundred six. Five five mike. It is so exciting to think about. Larry elder becoming the governor of california. Daniel wants to weigh in from the state of california. Hey daniel welcome how you doing. Hey mike good thank you. Thank you First time listener I i live in san diego. Just sure i worked for the city. We're senior san diego I just wanna drop in my two cents listening to earlier and I don't i don't have the vaccine And they're mandating that we get the vaccine and we have to november second to get the vaccine of not We will be laid off. You'll be there. They're laying off city workers. I've i've heard this san diego. You're gonna you're gonna be fired right. You don't get the vaccine. Yes sir yes sir. And what are you ready. And i'm not gonna take so you're gonna lose your job. Yes sir i mean. Unfortunately i mean Eight years here and I just don't see i just. Why did it pushing something so hard on this. You know they pushed a lot. Agendas push a lot of things on those and yeah it feels like the harder and harder they push the more people like you are going to push back and say sorry i'm not gonna get it. Yes and and There was a group of was that we're not. We're not allowed to be talking about this stuff and you know only a few that don't have today tuesday He just told me. I got the vaccine. Because i just i'm afraid i you know i'm not gonna by november. Second they're going to cut me off so people moving their five different people daniel. I've got five. I counted them. I was adding them all up last night. In my mind there are now five people in my life. Either co workers or colleagues or people outside of my industry who have who were very resistant to the vaccine. And they'd gone ahead and gotten the vaccine because their conclusion was their life will be a lot easier with the vaccine than without. Yes i mean honestly like to to. To be honest i mean I'm a man of faith you know And i'm praying. I'm praying that larry elder win You know it's an embarrassment to have Biting you know no not to have there in san diego and your state daniel. What's i mean. Is there a is there a belief that larry's got a good chance and gavin. Newsom who's going to be recalled the for here in san diego like the For the as far as the city. Therefore therefore gavin we The the union that we have they run in the mail boat bone knowing the recall and blah blah blah and. I'm like. I restocked to them. I know somebody sent him described as a propaganda and they did. They don't respect but they knew people like the all vaccinated. They know i'm not i'm i'm known vaccinated so And i was i. I just i hold onto god. That's my belief. I welcome you to the show daniel. I'm glad you found it. And i'm glad to have you as a listener. Keep listen i. I always appreciate so much People who lead into their faith and and you and you and you put faith over. Fear fear is a very very debilitating condition. We all had a lot of fear on the morning of september eleventh. Two thousand and one. This is gonna be a big week. This is the course. The twentieth anniversary of that fateful attack was in the empire state building the morning of september. Eleventh two thousand and one can have my annual conversation with the great tom von. Who was the fire commissioner. At the time. And he's a tremendous man just a great man and and it's a widely respected and admired leader of thousands of first responders and the new york fire department. He was the fire. Commissioner that day and it's become kind of a in a way of sad tradition at every year. We talk to. Tom heinsohn about his thoughts about nine eleven. Where we've been where we're going that and a whole lot more in our nine eleven coverage. There's also a great movie now at salem. Now it's twenty minute documentary. Radio remembers nine eleven. And it's a great documentary. Put together.

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"tom heinsohn" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"tom heinsohn" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Four assists a game which was his career high will. That's that's just like too good. Yeah nobody could deal with that. And that was the only mvp one but he also led the league by making fifty seven percent of his shots. Unguardable right okay. So if i take that shack that was the greatest center i ever saw. And i listen i was courtside for a whole bunch of kareem games and a whole bunch of akeem games and i watched bill russell a lot on television. I did not go to his games in wilt a barely saw and i just see the numbers. And there i mean he got numbers skip. You might just take him out. Nobody rookie ever going to average thirty seven points a game. Nobody's ever going to score fifty. Nobody go forty four. Every twenty five rebounds every twenty three rebounds for career. That's never going to happen. Skip those records. Never be broken. Never ever ever avenue at six feet. Nine inches tall kept playing seven foot. One inch wilt chamberlain the big dipper. Who kept out playing. I don't know if he played him. Skip i just think he needed easy out will give you got to think about here. Sam jones casey jones. Tom heinsohn. Yeah cousy havlicek on nelson dog. I got that. But i'm just doing it. In my mind's eye jack woulda terrorized wilt. I do you took a sample size. But if you take the body of work you look at kareem. Kareem was levin type all defense. He was a fifteen time all nba player. Nineteen all star six times. Mbh sam a fixed. Nbp's got it leans score of burning. Love it all head to head in their primes could not have dealt with shaquille. O'neal hook is is the jordan we can tell by katie pulo. We can talk about kobe. Fade away the. Most unstoppable shot that god ever created a man to be able to do. Who's the skyhook jack with bothered him. Then shock woulda terrorized him. He would have had such a hard time because the physicality of it would've taken cream slowly but surely out of the game. My money would have been on shack every day. And every night against kareem ir l. creams game. I got it. It was a finesse game. Yes it was a pretty game it was with. This was ugly basketball court. Give me was thirty. Two and sixteen to look. This was the golden era of the big man kareem hurricane robinson shack patrick ewing rick smith. Rick smits the was the golden era. We'll never see another. You will never see another air. Like data the big now is is the would the guards of that nature the big man is you got to shoot the ball. You know far between you're going to get the yokich is you're gonna get the are the joel embiid davis's but the true fives got going on duration. You're going on total career day just going on three years. No no no no. You can't do that but in your minds. I think you already answered the question. I think you agree with me. Like one game for your life. I want check. No no no one game for your life is kareem who taken. I won't take korean. You are night and thinking career. Four six at three thirty. Yes but skip. Do your best thing. People don't realize how great kareem was. Now they do know all time leading your free but when it comes when we start talking about my rushmore. He always gives left off beitar jordan. Imagine bird lebron. I get all that skipped subtle in his greatness that yes subtle. It's like not sensation. Say no you know. He didn't have no celebration. Who's got hooked skipping. He just back up the court you know. He had shot. With duncan. old people had the power with dunkin's shove people. You know jordan withholding the polls. Toby fading away bird. L. greene was effortless. Almost to the point of it looked nonchalant. Yes yeah i mean he he thought the hoop shop and fifteen feet away and it's got it. He wanted every level. He loves one game at highs. Go to games in college. I got it he got. Do you think somebody will ever win six. Mvp doubt it. And i still want the diesel skill if shack that used imagine if you could have got ten years of the three years you're talking about and you could have it sad to no seriously the greatest. Nobody can do anything with larry bird that he was he was before he came out. Larry bird so he probably in the nba right now. Yeah he he would. You'd never again no. I don't think so either beggary. No agents were pulled by the athletic about the most surprising decision of the off season deck prescott's four year. One hundred sixty million dollar contract after suffering a broken ankle. Last year was tied for the most votes. One agent said quote. The cowboys were willing to give him that. Without a franchise or transition tag is basically. Let him hold them hostage or years from now team standpoint. It doesn't make a lot of sense shannon. Will this turn out to be a great or bad move by jerry jones and i told you at the time scale i say once they let carson winston alleged golf get. These deals done with two years left on their contract and that didn't get a deal done as he's not gonna take the same money they gave. Bill you say is a golf went. He's not going to do it. He's there because he saw those franchise with two years left the fourth year and the year option. They went out and expanded him. Neither one of those guys are currently on the team. So dad was like y'all. I mean they were first round pick first and second. They got two years left. I got one year. Ain't nobody gonna talk to me. Don't worry about it. So he said you know what. I'll play this franchise tag now have to our play. Next year franchise tag at thirty eight million. Do you want thirty eight million on your cap. And then the following you're going to be fifty plus so skip. They really didn't have a choice because they put themselves in a buying by kept pushing pushing the ball down the road kicking the can down the road. It's like okay. We'll see if he's good and guess what that play good again. Well let's see if you can do it again. He did it again so they really didn't have a choice in the matter skill and looking at the cab heading this about to be a bargain. Middle of the pack quarterback in the next three to five years will be making forty million dollars the top tier quarterbacks making fifty to fifty five million three to five years. Watch what i say. Look like a bargain at your this deal. A bargain sargon sharp. Oh boy i hope you're right. Nobody windows who could fit where quarterback the market of haiti. That's my say so utah utah. Oh you thought he go with a suitable multiple superbowl like no no. No no no no. Just the prices are going up. That's all i skill but didn't you say on signing day when it finally happened in jerry. Jones admitted that as i kept saying take into the cleaners. The bank robbed. Didn't you say that dak prescott nasa to win at least one soup to justify your money. Yes one super bowl now. You're saying there's no way now saying when luge in back to the question greater bad didn't it's gonna be a bad deal lameta question but if you once you see what. The quarterback market is hitting. We see josh allen. We'll take practical because he's already won. We see josh going. Lamar jackson is about to come. Kalamazoo mira's about the com- you about to see guy start to go end up. Forty to forty five million air. Raj what he does make you you about the seascape in the next three to five years. Fifty million dollars topped here. Okay well dak is. I'll say another two you. That will probably be eight or nine highest paid quarterback and you still.

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"tom heinsohn" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"tom heinsohn" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Is a condensed version of today's episode of undisputed handpicked with the best segments and discussions skip shannon. Let's go that's thursday night. The reigning big ten champs kick off their season and primetime number four ohio state takes on minnesota seven thirty eastern on fox and the fox sports f. You know he's excited for that. One getting to go home to minneapolis guys. I can't wait on the sideline again. Well listen up here. Shaquille o'neal may have been one of the most dominant players in basketball history but he's also surprisingly humble shack shared a list on social media yesterday that listed him as the best center an nba history behind craig chamberlain and bill russell and o'neill caption the post simply quotes. I agree she couldn't. Do you agree. With shack. Agreeing with the rink do skip. I have haven't fourth fourth on my list for me. The top two no brainers in will. That's where i think bill though the no-brainer for me. But i put a king at three shack or i put russell at five mr five scale. Hakeem won the league's mvp. He's a two files. Adp two-time defensive player of the year and won four men to have a quadruple double in a game. He david robinson. Nate thurman and our roberson skill and corrine corrine was time. Mvp eleven time all defensive team where people don't know about korean all lean score with a with a very good. A lot of people remember karimun eighty career with. He led the league in shop and job blocked four times so for me give. I agree with that. But i will say this had shack had the mindset. So you know what. I'm gonna work my tail lock every single year head kobe's mindset or lebron mindset about off season conditioning. There's no question in my mind. Shack might have been the greatest player ever. He had that ability. You'll never ever see again in your life. A man his size as quick shocked. I bet shack runs kipp in the prime. If you line them up at three hundred and thirty pounds shag probably could run. I say four six forty. He had skipped if i could go four six. But but below five which he he'll be sports seven easy. he had that capability. But i agree with that. But if i could and you understand this give i believe shot was more dominant than a keen but i leave. A keen was the better player. That's what i meant. Okay you're actually heading in my direction in the end shack. I got your back on this because shack is underestimating. His own self here putting him fourth. The problem with this is a we talking about a small sample size or the whole career goes to your point if shack at taking care of himself. The way kareem did or hakeem or mr russell did. Who's your other one on there. A will not sure we'll took care of it but the point was he stayed slender his whole career. I won't took care a lot of other. He maybe that was his is. Yep i got it. But he did stay fit. Jack did not stay film. You got to be kind of hard to watch in phoenix and boston. It was just like what are you doing. Yeah cleveland what are you doing anyway. In all my years of watching and studying the national basketball association. I have never seen anything like shaquille o'neal for two thousand two thousand one two thousand two. Maybe even three. It was the most overpowering force imaginable. He was unguardable unstoppable unreachable. Because it was so hard to figure out that charge your block charter right. I don't know i don't know he just. It's just football limit. People out to way rag doll in. Tim duncan and david robbins two towers of power for the san antonio spurs in in two thousand one. The spurs got swept just because at that guy and he had kobe but listen it was that guy and what he was doing to those two guys and i was there at courtside especially for the two games at staples the lakers beat the spurs of dunkin anne robinson by thirty nine and twenty nine. What it was all because shack just destroyed them. So if. I'm i- testing this. If i'm trying to do the if i'm trying to imagine shack versus kareem at their greatest i don't think kareem coulda dealt with shattner. You could argue backwards to me that that chat couldn't have dealt with green but you did make three all defensive teams in that stretch. Yes so he was doing it on both ends too. And he was seven feet one inches tall and probably outweighed kareem abdul-jabbar bite poor fifty forty or fifty pounds. The cream just could not have dealt with him because shaquille o'neal to your point was a dancing bear. You wanna talk about agile at three thirty talk about touch and feel in in that greatest is in the year. Two thousand look at this. He led the league in scoring with thirty. He led the league in rebounding with fourteen. He also chipped in with four assists a game which was his career. High will too good. Yeah nobody could deal with that. And that was the only mvp one but he also led the league by making fifty seven percent of his shots. Unguardable right okay. So if i take that shack that was the greatest center i ever saw. And i listen i was courtside for a whole bunch of kareem games and a whole bunch of akeem games. I watched bill russell a lot on television. I did not go to his games in wilt barely saw and i just see the numbers there i mean he got number skipped. You would just take him out because nobody no rookie of ever going to average thirty seven points a game. Nobody's ever going to score fifty. Nobody goes go. Forty four every twenty five rebounds every twenty three rebounds four career. that's never gonna happen scale. Those records are never be broken. Never ever ever knew at six feet nine inches tall kept outplaying seven foot one inch wilt chamberlain the big dipper. Who kept out playing. I don't know if he played skip. I just think he humidity the out. Whatever you got to think about here. Fam- john's casey jones tom. Heinsohn cousy havlicek don nelson. I got that. But i'm just doing it in my mind's eye i think jack woulda terrorized wilt i do. You took a sample size but if you take the body of work you look at korean. Corrine was all defense. He was a fifteen time all nba player. Nineteen all star six time. Nba a fixed. Nbp's got it halloween score tabby love it all head to head. In their prime he could not have dealt with shaquille. O'neal hook is is the jordan we can tell katie here. The pulo we can talk about kobe fadeaway. The most unstoppable shot that god has ever created man to be able.

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"tom heinsohn" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

The Fantasmagorium Show

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"tom heinsohn" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

"Deny guerrilla guerrero as a coy David dot smaller xiang as kirk share. Let's go with that Did you hunt. Sue as carafe the pursuer minute cooper is howard stark great Don cheadle is warming. Emily cap is camp as sharon. Carter evangeline lilly as wasp frank. Grillo was crossbones george saint-pierre batch rock jamie alexander's if jeff goldblum grandmaster jeremy renner's hawkeye. John is check a jon. Favreau happy hogan josh brolin. His nose karen gland has nebula cat. Jennings's darcy lewis. Kurt russell is ego the living planet. Leslie i'm having too much fun. Everhart mark ruffalo as bruce banner michael. Douglas returns hank. Pym michael rooker. Jadu natalie portman as thor. It says here four And neal mcdonough has dubbed dumb duggan. Feely ah bond as carina Paul betty is vision. Paul rudd as ant man. Rachel houses topaz. Rachel mcadams is christine. Palmer samuel l. comes back nick. Fury sean gun as craig wind sebastian stan as bucky barnes seth rain howard. The duck makes an appearance stanley. Do a to g is coming back as doctor erskine tyco. Et is cord. tilda swinton as the agent one. Toby jones as arnim zola. Tom heinsohn is located and tom. Vaughan lawlor as ebony maw that how fast for what if good job. Scott take a deep breath because that was well done. uh man. but it's not natalie portman not thor. She's what if she is. I suppose because. It's what if i i suppose but i thought well we'll see. I am looking forward to eleven thunder and i'm looking forward to what if i can't wait and that's happening on the eleventh. I believe so. Yeah next next. Tuesday at midnight or next wednesday morning it however you will choose to view that glass half empty class. Glass half full. I suppose looking. We'll yeah not only. Am i looking forward to it. We'll be we'll be discussing at length the what episodes after they drop. So for the gator are wednesday afternoon shows at one. Pm pacific will Will definitely be doing spoiler. Heavy reviews those shows just just a show. Update that's what we we wanted to do. That with loki. But because phil had his his Spoiler heavy show and that we were on we just felt it was better to do it there But going forward we're gonna we'll be reviewing the all of the marvel and star wars stuff on On this show and maybe some others coming up with down and out of the way..

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"tom heinsohn" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"tom heinsohn" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Us. We'll set them up here on the big screen and we'll be back with the boston and john. Lee commentator poor the ufc. Welcome back to enemy radio. Gentlemen of the probably three dozen times that we have chopped it up together. This is the only time. I've been late so i would like to apologize for being two and a half minutes tardy today. My boss zach candido called. I gotta take that call. But i told him enemy junkie. Radio is waiting so it is great to see your Your shining faces. Oh man thank you. Yeah now we we We knew you'd show up your that's just you. Your character speaks volumes for yourself And that's why. I always heap praise because you did it with hard work. You did at the hard way. So i knew utility john. Yeah i'm here. You knew. I'd be here but i apologize for being late. A few minutes but It's a boys. I assume we're just gonna talk about the l. a. Kid daniel rodriguez right. That's all everybody in l. a. Talking about right mortgage we gotta take that one. Yeah we could he is. He is going to be ranked pretty soon. Like he's really really start to shoot up and get those contender fights so shout out to derive but while you threw me for your through curbing abortion you guys resonate. La with me in certain respects and he's like l. a. Baby you know with the tattoos and everything else so. Yeah a little curveball. Hey goes is always throwing herbal gotta be sober for a junkie radio goes. Is tom real. We are many gods. he's right like we're actually putting on pullovers or we got hats in the background. Just be jerks and on this when he got so good one on you. Jon anik all right. You know what's funny i told goes like we gotta get them back on the last time he was back on. We actually all three agreed that the atlanta hawks would go pretty far because they had had a great free agency period which was later in the year so it hasn't been a whole year's been about nine months eight months and like that. And how about the fact that when they got to the semi-finals allstone goes i go wild. We actually talked about using to bring it up is because when the show was over people were thinking that are all three were crazy. And how did one of us well. Because eventually these organizations do breakthrough and certainly we couldn't have foreseen them bringing in nate mcmillan. And even we were talking about rajon. Rondo if i'm not mistaken. He wasn't even a part of the dean at year's end but obviously they have the superstar and they have the right head coach and a lot of these sports. Those are big things you know As any new england or will tell you head coach quarterback right so No they're moving in the right direction and for me. As i've told you guys i get older as a sports fan even the boston. Salt expansion me. That grew up. Not like in dominic wilkins or doc rivers or the atlanta hawks because they were what amounted to an eastern conference rival on softened now and at forty three years of age i was happy for the city of atlanta to be able to sort of ride that wave john your original through and through but growing up. I'm sure you watched a lot of sports. Did you ever pick up anything from the great johnny most. Listen to johnny a tonic. Set for in like highlight form because circumstance. I wasn't in the car at night. Whereas gino cappelletti Gil santos for the new england patriots. Leaving games early or whatever it was. Oftentimes i found myself listening to the patriots guys. But sean mcdonough. I guess was the guy that plot the most things from But yeah johnny most i. If you don't know the name google johnny most They don't come more legendary than that. Man you can be sure what what a. What a voice. What a tone. What a style Total fm legend man. for sure. and you know it's funny. Because i think of the rivalry of the celtics lakers lakers fans really love johnny moss Maybe for the two and hours of the game was on every they didn't then but and vice versa. The celtics fan lunch occurring about. Who didn't love was tom. Heinsohn that guy man. He he was. He was team boston all the way but anyway. Let's get into some emma. May i wanted to ask you. What how your your voice carries a lot now and it's interesting because when you look on anik and florian tweets you you encourage people to turn in their their scores your vocal about higher scoring fights but everyone. You're still beloved. Everyone i guess. Do they ever give you a problem with you. Giving an opposing score in opinion because that editor combat. Or if you look off enough you know on any given sunday morning on either the consummate promotional schmil or the opposite of that so sometimes i like to enter the fray. Certainly when i'm calling fights you will never see me. Rarely i should say. I think one time in ten years. I've actually tweeted on during a fight. And i think it was recently after as edwards. I tweeted something like you wish you had a two. Oh nine tattoo. Right after nate rallied against leon. When i'm not calling fights as was the case this past saturday night certainly. I don't mind scoring a fight and putting my score out there and in the case of t. j. dillashaw versus san and this is a fight that i thought was worthwhile enough to go. Watch back before we take our podcast this morning. So yeah i had it. Forty eight forty seven santa hagan. I know people out there certainly disagree. I think i am with the majority. In this instance but I just respect all kingdoms except those that deviate so far from the mean and the majority opinion that they're almost indefensible. As in a non tennessee for tyler phillips in round one. I don't know how a pay judge. Aw or a high level fan could defend a non ten eight for phillips in round. recall the travelling circus. Sometimes because it's the same faces that travel around the world. maybe not so much less eighteen months. But you know what i'm talking about. What about with not fighters but judges and ralph's is there are there any type of huddles and how are those or you tend to stay away from that. Well a lot of those guys are pretty close and you talk about sort of the travelling circus like i can find myself on a shuttle to an arena with these mixed martial arts pledges like wow d. Mato and that is a an interesting circumstance right because not that i'm paid to criticize per se is not a color commentator on the play by play announcer but inevitably. It comes in my lane. At times where i have to be critical of judges. It was weird when you're transporting to the arenas with these guys. But i've had conversations about judging with sal and with chris lee and abu this weekend to reach out to sal in particular because i think he's the elite of the mma judges just to pick his brain a bit. I'll judges and referees as you guys know or not encouraged to go on the record but most of these guys are receptive to speaking to us privately. But yeah i in the past. When i've had issues like when john mccarthy was a referee and not a commentator and i've had issues with scoring or judging officiating. I'd just gone to john mccarthy because to me he's like the number one resource in mma. But after what. I saw this weekend. I'm going to seek out sal just to get some of my questions answered and whatever i can relate to the to the masses i will john georgian. I had a little discussion earlier in this happens. Every couple months open scoring gets thrown out there George could maybe be convinced but think. We're both sort of on the same page that i just feel like no matter what you do. There's always gonna be some little gray area. And i use the example of and i'm sure you've been through this fantasy football draft. Where you you give out your selection and everybody in the room laughs. I think is armaments. That ain't try and make up for the next round right after like. That's what's going to happen if you have two scores and you're going the opposite way and you hear the crowd bouin. It's human nature. I feel like you're gonna maybe try and make that epilepsy. Close round or something. It's difficult man. there's a lot of things. spiders can bite play for leeds. That sort of thing. I don't know that that's going to solve the issue. How do you feel with open scoring. still. I offer chains right like the boston. Celtics cleaning up house in their front office open scoring at mma more judges. I mean i don't wanna be inefficient in my response here and talk about all the ways that i think we could affect change..

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"tom heinsohn" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"tom heinsohn" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"What's the quote. I had to keep breathing. Because the next day the sun will rise and who knows what the tide could bring. That's it for anyone who has ever gone through a hard time any challenge or any difficulty sometimes. Those experiences can feel extremely isolating and extremely lonely. That is is a lifeline. And it's if yeah just is a beautiful tribute to that capacity. Surprise me edition of everything you just said it checks other boxes that i that i you know innately know about you it. We talked about the hangs performance. It has one of the great like screen performances. It has. it's directed by the director. That unsure means a lot to you in the eighties and nineties robertson magazine. Just who by the way. One of the amazing facts behind the making of the film as anyone that seem the film knows hanks go under does remarkable physical transformation which necessitated the accent shooting it a year apart and in that intermediate enter minute year robertson meccas made one of the great thrillers. What lies beneath which is a very underrated. Great piece of pulp yet. Entertainment not to mention one other thing. I'll mention that. I thought i thought of you. Picking this is it features a great. I know you have a great film score and all of that straight score is so moving. And is you know the cliche to say. It's another character in the film but with the film. Where the aren't that. Many characters celebrities score really carries a lot of the weight will sylvestry score in that moment. When wilson when when wilson flights away is yeah. We'll tell your heart out. And in a way maybe so vestry score is wilson to And wilson is is is a co creation by by tom. Heinsohn rob marcus allen. So vestry that they that we believe in wilson because they do. yeah. Tom hanks obviously Maybe the quintessential movie star every man actor of the last twenty thirty years in cinema When you look at his career is is at the role that like if you dip your toe in and give a swing at a tom. Hanks performance is that the one that jumps out. Or i mean probably a few. Has anyone tom hanks. The original t h. Tom age I don't know it's one of those. I mean i think maybe it's a child heard question. I i always had of of we all. I think we're all would be intrigued to know how we would fare on our own on a desert island. It's one of our great so one of the great kind of existential questions. We will have if if faced with that challenge. How would we measure up this terrific radio program. That's been running in this country on the bbc for desert island discs. If you could take music onto the island what would it be. And i think this idea of the ability of the human spirit is something that will always think about and if he if you if you actually if you took away all the things that may that we're familiar to us if you took away home if you took away community if you took away family and friendship have you had to fend truly for yourself and be returned to to the wilderness and not wilderness was was hot and sandy and for the strange predators. And he know. How would you get on the all intrigued by that question. It gets a little bit. And i remember. We talked about this when we were talking about betrayal. And i asked you about that time. Kind of like you Stepping down from social media. Yeah and you were talking about by cutting getting dr reality getting back. What's important and that what you were talking about before really reminds me of that. It's just another mechanism Or way of of stripping back and just accepting what's real the real stumbling lives. And i think in the film is what happens to tom. Hanks is is so the in in he experiences so much loss but also he he he discovers who he is your. Perhaps in a way that he never or never would have if he had undergone that experience. I'm hoping it's not an experience. I i have to my life to have. There are other ways what this will be. Gold as a podcast. If by some horrible fate you end up with the desert island. I'll be able to at least say. Look at this crazy conversation we have. Tom is missing on another. Walkin you can you. Can you just just stop looking josh. Okay just you know of all the people in the world. Just come find the top ten people that will keep looking around. Come and find me. I wanted to be doing that. I won't be doing well. They some lesson mohicans. I will find you. That's about as one of the choices for comfort movie. That really wants i almost. That's that's our unconscious transmission right there. Because i almost picked that film. And i did watch in lockdown as well the last fifteen minutes of that film again no dialogue music is one of the great pieces of the film ever yes The trail was our last like lengthy chat before all the madness. We talked Recently of course about low key. But i'm curious if that my sense is that experience know it's always the cliche like did this change you as an actor. Is it fair to say that. That experience doing the play in london and in new york Based on the material and the and just the way it was done. Do you feel like that has some lasting changes on you as an actor whether it's the actual acting or the priorities or whatever certainly yes I've never never performed something for that many performances and for that length of time we did i think we did. Two hundred and seventy two performances across one year and the the the privilege of doing it was that was almost bound up with the discipline of doing it. It was something was coming was knowing the every day you go in and and excavate that material often twice a day and That the the audience coming to see it.

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"tom heinsohn" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"tom heinsohn" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Where unlike middleton i feel like middleton like booker like chris paul knows where his spots are breaking roll and i think drew was kind of taking what the defense gives him and i think that just that just puts his sons defense especially eight. But i mean they're all kinds of their conservative and deceptive. You know they want you to take. Low percentage shots. So they're going to try to go into those And withdrew going the row of okay. Let's he's kind of just seeing how much closer he can get to the rim essentially and that's just a great way miss layups over deandre eytan essentially. That's kind of. That's kind of what's been happening to him. All series as opposed to like you know middleton just being a little bit more methodical. But i agree with jackie honestly. I just think he's doing a law is the set. This is going to go six. At least it might go seven. I think you wanna use him to just try to wear down chris. Paul and booker in whatever you can get from him like considered a bonus but honestly like it's like what you said. Jackie when you have when you have that type of mentality or shooting stroke or whatever you wanna call it Maybe it's just a moment of self. Del like whatever it is. You can't guarantee that that guy is always gonna be consistent. Like i don't really necessarily want to be running much stuff for him Honestly i would lean if you need to lean even more heavily on middleton and pick and roll like. I feel like that's a big reason. They also didn't turn the ball over very much He was just he was just really good in it So yeah. I think don't know i just i just feel like drew. Holiday deserves a bit of a defense. I get that. He's not shooting well and everybody is kind of focused on that. But it's just he's doing so much like full court press in the nba finals for a whole game. Like try squatting down that low for like for like five seconds you know like for me five seconds but like it's just yeah it's it's it's really incredible. He's also he's creating a ton of points with his steals like he's he's creating good offense for them. It's just not in the way that you know Chris paul or booker or middleton does sense sear. it still hasn't been line for finals be potentially with two big games may be st. I had a. He was nine to one before the finals. But it does seem. I guess jaanus or booker now. The way this series is yeah. Those would be yeah you to candidates. Hey some folks are quick to doubt the rookies or even understate. Their excellence their playoff series. Make no mistake. This is their time to shine and show out with career defining moments on that court. Here's a famous on minna. Go way back for your thinking about. Overlooked rookies Tom heinsohn who passed away recently. legendary celtics announcer hall of famer really great underrated player but as a rookie. Nineteen fifty seven celtics. The celtics had never won. The title goes to a game seven against the saint. Louis hawks bob cousy is terrible. Bow cousy goes to for twenty. Can't make a shot. He got bill russell. He's a rookie. Not totally an offensive player. He's only scored nineteen They need a hero. And who's the hero. Holy cross his own. Tommy heinsohn rookie puts up thirty seven points. Twenty three rebounds seventeen for thirty three Was awesome and fouls out in double. Ot what happens to this game goes to double ot heinsohn vows out. Famous shot of him crying on the sidelines. Can't believe he found out at the celtics end up winning the game in the last minute. They win by two. He gets carried off the court. There's a famous photo of him All these people surrounding him. It's one of the great rookie moments of all times in the finals. You heard about magic in nineteen eighty heard about some other ones but i think that was the first great one and that's a wrap. Just like these rookies like tommy heights at one on the court you can win with your insurance getting the personalized service of a local agent offer. Surprisingly great rate with state farm like a good neighbor state.

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"tom heinsohn" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"tom heinsohn" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Way. I hope you enjoy some good old rock and roll music. I'm just down ninety five south. That's from zach in richmond virginia. Very nice playing in michael wilbon. The nba finals are now set. It's going to be phoenix against milwaukee at the beginning of the year. It's impossible impossible to believe that anybody would have had this pairing because phoenix was a losing team last year but as the playoffs went on. Mike is this the final you expected. telling not necessarily you milwaukee you could've picked at the beginning of the year could have picked that right walk that's right and they're preparing three three years in a row where you could say. Okay wait a minute. They got a two time. Mvp they've got everything they're supposed to have. They sorta retool on the fly over the summer. You know adding jrue holiday. You say okay. They can make it. You couldn't have seen the sons there because even if you know even if you know after the trade acquired chris paul and after you can see the andrea eight and becoming something of a real true overall number one draft pick you. Could've you couldn't have seen phoenix. You could see phoenix in the second round but people just don't as you're hinting at already you talked about in impasse shows. You don't come out from from under five hundred and not in the playoffs to the nba. Final this is not the nfl or teams. Go worse to i. It just is it and so you couldn't see that at the beginning of the playoffs. You could just was like five or six games into this where you go you know what the sons can could maybe get there because they they can beat. Lebron anthony davis with anti david less than and you look at the health of the teams and the overall story line of health and if the if the sun's can can be whole. Yeah but it took awhile. Yeah had to wait. I think until the second round of the playoffs to see that for the western conference winter. I think and this is remarkable. Because i don't know that it's ever happened. You and i talked about this yesterday on the phone. We don't think that anybody's going from a losing record. Nba champions ever thought. Maybe san antonio did it but you said. Tim duncan in his first year. They did not win. So this dunkin. Yeah now. I think that when bill russell went to the celtics they already had bob cousy in tom. Heinsohn and so they were already very good team when wilt chamberlain got into the league in philadelphia. They didn't win. I hear the only one once and it was down the road. Way down the road. So i don't know that this has ever happened and yet i think somehow phoenix should be the favorites in this series. Mike i do because they come out of the harder conference do will tony dave dave. You know they won now something like nine of eleven playoff games that the two they did lose. Two games obviously clippers in that series. But i've you especially on the kubo is not in a lineup. But even if you've the line of how how healthy is he if he's in the lineup. So that we don't know yet i. I was suspected lease by the time we get to the walkie In the series starts you know. Tuesday starts tomorrow to tuesday. Thursday right here in phoenix. And then by the time the series gets to the weekend in milwaukee maybe on gupo who is announced multiple times. There's no structural damage to his knee. Maybe he's able to play. But that's maybe tony. So i i talked to john my different. John kerry who played in the leaks. What thirteen fourteen c has covered league. You know for that. Many more. John and i jotted look i think. Phoenix is the favourite. He said the same thing you did. And it was curious to hear john. John will be calling the games on on. Espn radio he would be here as well But the way they're the sons are playing and they're healthy leaves me the probably conclude the same thing. So your do we know is antetokounmpo. Not even expected to play in game one tomorrow. You told me. I think it will big tonight. Let's remember trae young played. He was less themselves younger. Kelp lead the team to conference finals. He was he didn't know until games on literally for guys with this particular injury. They are intrigued with ankle. Yarn says hyperextension He's gonna go look he getting treatment around the clock literally and i mean literally. He's hooked up to all kinds of contraptions and the newest medical technology that wasn't even dreamt of five years ago and so they'll look at gupo not just tonight but tomorrow and they'll make a decision when they say gametime they literally gametime okay Before he'll be out on the floor going through warm ups when they decide okay. It's a yes or no so coach booed for Milwaukee my boot and holzer got a lot of heat from a lot of people including you a lot of hip as the playoffs went on. Are you satisfied the fact that they got here. Are you satisfied that he knows his team or do you still think his team plays incredibly stupidly. And that's on him. He knew i. I don't. I don't doubt that he knows his team. That's not the issue the issue is. What the hell are they doing from night tonight. Right sony thirty. Bobby portis jere has had these great games off the bench. He's you know he's you know sort of supercell for them. I mean he's got six man of the year in the league necessarily but he's he's the six ten guy who's been around the league seven or eight years of the first three or four with the bulls. Actually they draft played in washington for a year or two. I think one and tony. He's a guy who can give you a lot of different stuff off the bench and you need that and his size so they play the nets in the previous round. You're trying to just if you can keep kevin durant under fifty use. Whatever means necessary. Whoever is on your bench. Bob reporters that. Help them sweep. The previous round. Have helped coach booth do that. Within the play kevin durant and you know what the difference between holding durant to forty five as opposed to forty nine because the important distinction. Because you can win. You might be able to win if you hold. Kevin durant is two buckets fewer than wilt. Yeah that's right. He didn't play. He didn't play for three straight games as coach did not play him for three consecutive games. And you you you just you don't know is what john's favour lives to jon. Barry's favor lines. It's funny he said there's the bucks are a box of chocolates. You don't know what you're gonna get. It's such a great live enforced. Gum and so twenty eight yes. He is taking heat from everyone. Other coaches privately quietly. They won't do that to a guy that profession you know while they're playing but you can't watch the bucks you don't i just say i don't trust them. So he their games which they have like thirty to twenty four points in the paint in a quarter to start the court twenty four points twenty five points and they'll just come down though the rest of the corey or the rest of the half shoot threes and they were shooting twenty percent from three point range. You don't know what they're gonna do but yet they do have personnel and he gives them a freedom if you wanna call it that with milton and drew holiday and the kupu and they can play one on one whenever they want and they do..

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Tom Heinsohn, Champion Boston Celtic as Player and Coach, Is Dead at 86

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Tom Heinsohn, Champion Boston Celtic as Player and Coach, Is Dead at 86

"Years. The six time all Star 1 10 Championships eight is a player into is a coach answer was inducted into the Naysmith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame twice first as a player in 1986, then as a coach in 2015 to big SEC matchups this coming Saturday have in his phone as Alabama

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