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Young, Hawks open season with 113-87 rout of Mavericks
"Cam reddish scored twenty points and Trae young added nineteen and the hawks one thirteen eighty seven route of Luca di church in the Mavericks Atlanta added to a seven point halftime lead by outscoring Dallas thirty five twenty in the third quarter young scored twelve points and dished out nine assists in the decisive period reddish led a stellar effort from the D. parks badge which contributed forty four points to go to get a win like that on first game I was used to be a better on that side of the floor all up to you to keep progress on working on that but overall gonna catch was held to eighteen points on six of seventeen shooting to go along with eleven rebounds and seven assists the Mavericks shot a dismal thirty three percent in losing their first game under new coach Jason Kidd I'm the ferry
This Is Why the Church Needs To Get Political
"The one thousand nine hundred nineteen sixties early seventies. We saw different form of christianity. Come in america. Talk about that so So chuck smith came on the scene especially for catholic chapel sixty eight and the idea of evangelism and they. They brought in syncopated rhythms. Which probably disappointed you in lives but Autho music and what they didn't california. Interestingly enough is chuck taught the bible verse by verse chapter chapter book by book but he stayed away from politics because in sixty eight when he started it Martin luther king reverend dr martin luther king junior have been shot. Bobby kennedy had been shot. Sixty three jake kidman shot. Then you had the meantime askar the offensive. And all these young people who had been seeking hope and change had checked out of the church and explored eastern religions and drug use and they they came back disillusioned because all their political heroes were dead and chuck avoided politics but he taught he taught the the way to salvation and grew ten thousand percent in fifty. Two years trae There's more coverage apples southbound doughnuts. There's a lot of dunkin's yeah there's a lot of dunkin donuts and and so so. The lion share those churches are in california. Ten thousand percent growth harvest crusades greg. Laurie but but in sixty eight we had the fifth largest gdp and it was a state of the future a trait but he avoids politics because the kids are burned out on it. I am grateful to chuck for my verse by verse. You know systematic study of the scriptures. I do not resent that. I i am who i am because he did what he did. But we miss something. Because we didn't engage in the public square the matthew sixteen we avoided that and now california no longer has a fifth largest gdp. We have the six maybe seven. We have a highest gas sales tax income tax highest debt highest unemployment highest poverty highest homelessness. And we've aborted more children than any other state in the union authors. No fault divorce. The transgender bathroom bills. And that's because the church didn't engage in the public
South Carolina Grad Assistant Coach Goes From Sideline to Starting QB
"This happened before but south carolina eastern illinois. South carolina's starting quarterback was assistant. Coach nolan grad assistant coach. He can do this by rule. He had a year left of eligibility last plate. Last spring for north dakota state he was trae. Lance is back up north dakota state team. What do you think sarah. Do you think this is okay. I love this. You gotta find someone where you can get someone. I also think that he's going to be under a lot of pressure to know the plays perfectly to get everything right. Got a coach in there. Hasn't been telling you how to do everything that you get in there and you can't do it yourself. We always say those who can't do teach well. Maybe in this case monica. I'm on this to it. Certainly beats having the guy that played quarterback in high school lessons. Really not his position at the collegiate level. I want to see what this precision looks like from his leadership position. Maybe south carolina found a loophole. You bring the guy in under the idea that he's going to be a grad assistant. You could work with them at a time. When you're not supposed to be practicing next thing you know. It could store where she went that way though. Someone felt that way. But i'm not surprised that you bill plachy. I love this like everybody else. Ucla has sixteen kids in graduate school in their team called. Football's become a place where people can come from all different areas all different forms all different types. This is tremendous
Trae Young on NBA 2K Rating: ‘Y’all Ever Gonna Get It Right?!’
"Young apparently is upset and we hear about this every year. It's mostly mad, and it seems like Madden. Players get more upset, which is the NFL. Then players care about their ratings. They can't do. Yes, well, apparently Trae Young is fed up. He's really fed up. How fed up Not only has he taken to social media saying, y'all ever going to get it right over his 89 ranking on two K 22, but Apparently close to people who know he talked to his agency and asked, Is there a way to sue to get him removed from the game? Because he thinks his representation is unfair. No, there's not. It's collectively bargained with the National Basketball Association. Your name, image and likeness actually was sold off by the union. That's why you pay your dues and you get your money from this. You actually paid for this trip so now thinks he is a 94 or higher, okay? For those who want to know that the highest ranking in the NBA NBA two K is LeBron James. Kevin Durant. Steph Curry 97 Be honest, They're all in 96. Then in 95, you've got quite a Leonard Luca Donges. Nicola your Joel and be James Harden. Damian Lillard. So by the way, I put him right behind them.
Vikings Release CB Jeff Gladney After He Is Indicted on Felony Assault Charge
"Jeff gluttony defensive back for the minnesota viking. Vikings has been released because he's been indicted for felony assault Use indicted tuesday by a texas grand jury for felony assault of warm. He was previously in a relationship with and has Has subsequently been released by the minnesota. Vikings He was selected thirty first overall of last year's draft. So he did start fifteen games as a rookie. He was kind of the guy that they were hoping was going to step in and alleviate the absence of trae wayne's and unfortunately that has not been the case not been the case and won't be the case. So he has he's gonna be heading to trial ugly story A lot to play out there obviously but He has been indicted. It will no longer be a part of the minnesota
Interview With Maitreyi Ramakrishnan From 'Never Have I Ever'
"My trae. Welcome thank you never know. When i'm supposed to be like high like i never know literally anytime anytime one will interrupt and wanna be that guy that just like hello. I'm near thanks for the intro. But now i'm like oh won't be more. We're so glad you're here. Thank you thank you. I'm glad to be here well to start off. You recently posted a voice my mind your twitter talking about the importance and the power of having people pronounce your name correctly. Okay i have taken this voice memo like five thousand times because there are so much to say like names are so important. And i find that it's a big part of your identity personally for me. I love my name so so much. And i'm asking for basic respect. When i want people to say my name right as i enjoyed that you waited till the very end to actually share the right way that you pronounce your name. Which is my j. Ramakrishnan yeah perfect. We practiced thank you. That's so refreshing. Thank you from the moment like you were announced as part of the show like declared like i'm tumbled canadian. This is how i say my name but like do you remember the very first time you insisted now this this please see my name. Frankly this you're going to say name. It was sort of like a pretty like movie moment for me. Okay because when i was growing up i used to tell people like yeah. Just call me like my trae like of cookies. My trae right. And then. When i went to hollywood first time ever leaving my suburb of mississauga. This is the first time people are saying like hey like how do i say your name. Because i grew up with the people. I went to elementary school with dis school. And i almost said like my tray and the no wait. No one knows me year. I can re-claim my name. How i used to say it so proudly when i was in kindergarten and i would say lay tree weird emphasis on the end but that was my moment when i i was like. Yeah i might trade ye ramakrishnan
Don't Burst My Allen-Florial Bubble
"I don't want to be told that i don't want to be told by anyone that i can be excited for greg allen in estimate flory al and the spark and the fact that the team looks completely different. I don't want anybody harshly my pillow. I definitely don't want anybody telling me Doing deep statistical dives about how giancarlo stanton actually when good over the past month. And a half. I don't want to know that. I don't really care to discuss that. Second extra base hit since Maybe maybe your tweet woke him up. I don't know but extra-base hits since may seventh. I don't think that's a reason to rub anybody's face The twitter verse otherwise. But i mean what's good for stanton good for sanjay's i love the yankees but the team objectively looks completely different than it did a couple of days ago. The one person that we have not gone chance to see. I mean there are multi. Of course chris gittens as a sore kills. Of course trae amburgey hurt himself running out a double play ball. Of course tim makassar. Who like slammed into a wall and tours as yell never stops for these people and so we're you know we're going to enjoy what we have while we have it because you never know how long it's gonna last
Medals Presented to Athletes on Trays at the Olympics
"The tokyo olympics. Well it'll be a lot of things but it will provide a model for hosting the games during a pandemic. that's going to happen again. I'm probably saw that's from tokyo. Twenty twenty ceo toshiro muto. This will be. The first olympic hell during a pandemic and tokyo will provide a model for how that is done. Muto said get the playbook now. The twenty twenty olympics are going to look a lot different than normal notably. They won't be any fans in attendance of course but viewers will notice a very significant change to another longstanding tradition. According to sporting news athletes will no longer received their medals by having them placed around their necks in stacked no. Don't get ahead of me here. Extent they will be presented on a trade to help reduce the potential spread of covert ioc. President thomas bach confirmed that the medals will not begin around the neck. He said according to the espn they will be presented on a trade. The athletes will take the metal him or herself. It will be made sure the person who will put the metal on trae. We'll do so only with disinfected gloves. So that the athlete can be sure that nobody touched them before. Bach also confirmed. There won't be contact among athletes during the medal ceremony. There will be. He said no shake hands and there will be no hug there during the ceremony. The athletes will place the metals around their own necks.
Death Toll Continues to Rise in Devastating German Floods
"At least one hundred and seventeen people have died. After severe floods devastated parts of western germany and belgium. Authorities have not been able to get in touch with hundreds more because mobile phone networks have collapsed and flooded areas of that also means families can't track their loved ones. The rising death toll marks germany's largest mass loss of life in years as nicholson reports from berlin. Climate change has arrived in germany. These other words of federal environment minister savannah. Schulz sent in a tweet today. In response to news footage showing destruction and desperate families perching on rooftops firefighters in the states of rhineland palatinate and north rhine-westphalia say. The situation remains chaotic and that electricity and cell phone networks are down south of cologne police officer patrick. Racial told public broadcaster a. r. d. The rescue services are struggling to keep up going shula. The current of the water running past the elementary school is too strong for our motorboats. We just managed to get the kids out but that was the last trip will be making over that way today. An entire district of the ancient city of trae was evacuated on thursday including a hospital and its patients. Some of whom would just out of surgery and some of the worst damage has occurred in the wine. Region of our via where entire villages have been cut off by torrents of floodwater in the town of short houses collapsed and dozens of people are unaccounted for expressing distress at the news. Chancellor angela merkel said quote heavy rain and flooding doesn't quite capture. What has happened referring to it. Instead as a catastrophe is told the doctors will feel even for one. I'm grieving for those lost their lives in this disaster. We don't know the death pill yet but it's going to be high. Sometimes died in their basements. Some as firefighters trying to bring others to save and my deepest sympathy goes out to their families. Macos speaking from washington where on her last trip as chancellor she met president biden among other issues they spoke about climate change and issue now at the forefront of germany's election campaign ahead of the september vote
"trae" Discussed on Dogma Debate
"Talk about religion for slow segue for other christians listening right now So yeah. I mean i think everybody here is a stand up. Comedian and everybody here has had some form left religion I know some of these stories Personally but let's go around the room real quick mike him tell people about your tiktok how they can find. You know. that's kind of the the big thing for you right. You got a huge following their talk. Instagram youtube. Everything is under mike. Kim comedy and my k. e. k. i. m. comedy one word cool. Yeah connect the all this stuff and then trae do. Your take are you now. I'm all wiltshire. We'll hold on. Let me tell you you're on tiktok. Yeah you're all over to put my shit on so just join manual. You'll blow up quick because everybody uses you and tries to tag you all the time and you're not a tags. I don't know what it is. It's like i love tiktok man i need. I mean i know. I need to. It's not even i guess. It is stubbornness. But i don't even feel that it's not like i have any kind of feelings like fuck tiktok. I just don't i. Just don't i just i just don't do it. I you know it's like i. You know i do other shit. I've been on it. You can just repurpose it though you can take some of your clips that are already the grand when you just put on tiktok on there well you can do fifteen seconds sixty seconds and now you can do three minutes if you go by paying now offering. It's all free. The hotel was the difference in why i don't get what makes the difference between fifteen sixty seconds or three minutes just as long as you wanna do. There's a fifteen second clip you can do or you can do. Thirty second or sixty clip. You don't have to do thirty six thirty seven and a half seconds. It can be whatever you want okay. So that's where i'm getting. We don't have to do this. But what's getting confused as it. I'll maximum of three minutes up to kind of is you could start a three minute. Only do twenty seconds of it. And then dr do that. I don't either. That's weird so i think maybe it's like well i want to keep it a min max then if you recorded directly into the app then it'll stop right. I sixty seconds because he chose sixty seconds. Because you want to keep it sixty seconds upload it you can do it can upload it yes definitely just got the new update can you. Our listeners don't care we'll talk about it's about we'll teach you tiktok trae. All my stuff is just under try. Crowder t. r. e. crowder on all the different. Just bill your first name all the time. I every single people notice belly always every time. I'll see someone post your stuff. I go to the communist. Go credit trae crowder and i always try to give you props for repealing. Don't even they won't even tag you. Yeah i'm like you have an account. It'll really help drive some traffic. Yeah yeah yeah you're right. It's cool i'm i i love it man. I love technology. Keeps trying to get this guy did do. He's such an old man to starting a social media site for average eight. I'm calling it pedantic. Talk i like it i could get into that hate.
How to Get Around Credit Card Fees
"Do you negotiate annual fees. So let's say you're at a point where you are contemplating keeping this credit card which has an annual fee. And you're like you know what. I don't think the value's there anymore. I'm not really using it that much. I don't think this fee is worth it. What would you recommend to folks who are at that point so a few things first of all if you're military and you're listening to this did you know that you can get all of your annual fee waves through the military lending act so first of all make sure you're doing that and you're not paying annual fees in the first place if you're active duty military second if you are thinking about closing down card. There's an order of operations you do. I you should try to get the annual fee waived or some kind of retention offer you should downgrade than you should close to get the annual fee waived. You can just call sometimes than ask. Hey do you have any retention offers. I'm thinking about closing down my card. I'm not sure if i can justify. It didn't get a lot of benefits out of it this past year because of the pandemic you can say all of those things and then sometimes you're targeted for retention offers. Sometimes you're not. I've struck out with chase a lot. I have gotten zero retention offers with tastes but amex. I've been doing pretty well with retention offers where they'll say. Oh if you promised to keep your car open for at least another year. Here's twenty thousand points or something which is two hundred dollars or more which is really good so always trae calling the credit card company and in the extended interview. I'll be dropping knowledge about a tool for how to track when exactly to call these company so stick around for that you can call the credit card companies. Ask if there's retention offer pleas never ever just call and say. I want to close my card in hopes that they'll say oh no come back retention offer because if they just say okay. Close your credit card and you didn't actually will close your credit card. You just wanted a bonus. That's a sad day. That's really awkward. Conversation that to say i didn't actually wanted close it. I wanted you to give me more
Pete Alonso Repeats in Record-Breaking Home Run Derby
"When i saw you When we opened up the zoom this morning there a were within orioles cap. You had some oriole pride today. After what trae manzini did. Last night amid that rate homerun derby. Oh my goodness what an evening last night was. I mean i told my boss. P g that This is the high point of the orioles season so had had to wear the hat this morning. I was beaming with pride last night. You know we we. We talk about people being an inspiration in sports. A lot like diaw trey. Manzini really is to beat cancer. First of all i mean. That's inspired himself. But to comeback performed a high level then with the spotlight on them last night you know obviously couldn't edge. Pete alonso out in the derby. But i just have a magnificent performance of it was truly truly a special night especially for orioles fans and it really was so much fun to see how much fun trae was having a wis Shohei ohtani absolute blast. Although he didn't survive the past the first round and pete alonso. and i gotta say taylor. I made my share of lousy picks. You know. I got the angels for example winning the american league west this year which really look stupid at this point but we talked about guests told you i pete. Alonso is going to win. He's the technician. He's figured this
Best Value Plays for the NBA Finals
"I want to touch on the nba no guest for the nba finals discussion. And we've done that throughout the postseason. Basically i wanna touch on a couple of things that stand out to meet the honest injury. Look we all wanna fire and make bets and hopefully win money on these big events right whether it's the super bowl the nba playoffs stanley cup. You name it but sometimes there's just not an edge and i just think it's too difficult right now to lay the series price of two dollars not knowing exactly what we're going to get with honest and when we're gonna get jaanus to return all signs point to his being out tonight for game one but willie return game two or game three. How effective willie b last round. We saw trae young return. And frankly i probably would have benched him in game six in the fourth quarter. At least he just wasn't that effective wasn't the usual stellar trae young. We were used to seeing this postseason or is it like joel embiid. After missing the second half of game four in the first round then missing game. Five sixers beat the wizards he. He came back from the injury and he was just managing pain more than anything. He was still dynamic. Not quite the same. Didn't have that dunk that. He said he could do it. One of the end of the one of the games. I believe it was game four against atlanta but nonetheless it just wasn't the same embiid but it was close to so if you can tell me exactly like how big of a percent how close to one hundred percent. We're going to be honest then. I can come up with a firm play in terms of the series price. Game one for me. No real opinion. It's already baked in the line. Honest isn't gonna play it. Let's say he's out officially might go from six to six and a half if he's miraculous you're gonna play maybe goes to three from the minus six just because it won't be one hundred percents so it's really tough game one favorites in the nba finals. The last fifteen sixteen years fifteen in one straight up fourteen to two. Ats now that's just a trend but sup denote given the sons at home court. I think they're going to win the series again. Don't wanna lay the two dollars. I think we're seeing a very loose milwaukee team that finally got over the hump reach the finals. They've been playing really tight. The last few postseasons especially this year. They were really tied against the nets but did get the w. thanks to kevin durant shoe size and game seven enabling the game to go to overtime and obviously outlasted atlanta thanks to couple injuries but both teams have benefited but nonetheless. They are here. No asterix whatsoever. At all. In my opinion. I just think if the only play i'm making a cpa three to win the mvp at plus one eighty to me. He's going to get all the difference from the voters if the sun's win at all thus booker or whoever else maybe eight and but book is really the main competitor. He has to put up astronomical numbers and for the sons doing. I just think c. P. three's going to have to have a stat line right. He's going to have to have double digit assist and a few games. Put up some points. I just don't think booker's capable of just having monster monster monster games in the four winds. So i think if it's remotely close. I think it's gonna go to chris paul because the leadership and all the other narratives so plus one eighty compared to minus. Two dollars is worth it to
Bucks Beat Hawks, Head to NBA Finals for 1st Time Since 1974
"Khris Middleton scored thirty two points including a run of sixteen straight in a decisive third quarter to carry the box to a one eighteen one oh seven victory over the hawks and into the NBA finals against the Suns Jrue holiday added twenty seven points for the box to play their second three game of that Yanis intent to coop all because of a hyperextended left knee Trae young played for the first time after missing two games with an ankle injury but the hawks guard scored just fourteen points on four of seventeen from the field cameras had a team high twenty one points off the bench for the hawks I'm the very
"trae" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell
"I'm jay paul. We are straight outta vegas. And i'm jonas knocks voice of you the fan and rj. It's been a chaotic twenty. Four to forty eight hours in the ncaa as college. Athletes are now able to capitalize on name image and likeness. We've seen everything from division two and three athletes signing with barstool sports. There was an arkansas wide. Receiver signed with petsmart all sorts of fun stuff happening in game college athletics right now so i should say as a little tease. I'm going to have a full best bat here in about three minutes on the milwaukee and atlanta game six so just came up with a look at the numbers. It's it's an obvious one but name image likeness to me. There's two issues here. jonas one is. It's absurd that there were for so long these fat and happy. Ncaa types and if you've ever been or even observed any kind of bowl game type stuff. It's the swag. It's the party's it's the drinks. it's the shrimp. They put shrimp in their suit pockets. Aluminum foil to take home. It's shrimp shrimps shrimp. And then you've got kids who literally you could make. The case are the. I don't even think you make the case. I think it's a unequivocal. There are the main reasons. These games are popular. It's not the executives. it's the the players and they were supposed to be eating a roman noodles or whatever for fifty nine cents on a little hot play in a given spot. Now i get it. There's training table. And i get it. There's a lot of advantages that athletes have especially in revenue. Sports d one at certain schools. No dow but you know what they deserve that and more in the idea that have their parents come. See them play or something. They couldn't do it often times unless they did something illicit and it was like okay. Well that's fine. Just wink. Wink do it. But it's is negative. It hurts a society when you force people to break laws because if you make something illegal that should be legal and you don't enforce it you could say it's no big deal man just do it. It's a yeah but anytime the government whoever the authority is decides the you know we're gonna start enforcing that all of a sudden now like wait a minute you know can. Can they go after you even though they wink wink before. And then the thing is we all have a certain feeling when we do something that breaks the rules now. Some of us like that are certain people love break but most people don't like it to sort of force someone to break a rule to have what seems like a basic right or at least a basic benefit for being such a good player or even a division one player in a revenue sport. I think is absurd and wrong especially when it's contrasted with all the shrimp eating that's going on to me. Would i find the moore fascinating part of this. Is the whole title nine debate. So you know. Most people were no title. Nine is i think. It's fair to say a subsidy where the revenue sports will. How women's sports and these are sports that may be or or oftentimes or a net negative financially but because are subsidized by the football program with the basketball program. They get a chance to have a woman. Soccer team a women's tennis team etc and even saw a stanford when when there was issues of revenue. They were starting to cut sports a lot of sports. I think they've actually backtracked on that. But i mean the very fact that there are. These programs is driven by the revenue sports. So to me. That's a wonderful thing and anyone. That scene young women Participate in sports. I think it's unequivocal that. There's a real benefit to that. Now my point would be that now that you're gonna compensate. How do you say well. The women don't get it but the men do. We can talk about while the revenue generation. I liked the name image likeness. Because it's not about the schools given any money to these players. Let's not lose sight of that. It's the players being freed to to be compensated for what they should own anyway. This is their name their image their likeness and thus to be compensated for. That isn't what the school gave them. It's restriction that was lifted and the beauty of it is a lot of these women in some of the sports and art revenue generating have a huge social media following like collins talked about and they will make a lot of money from it so to me it feels very capitalistic. And very american. And i think it's a at least a good start in that direction and rj. We've got a good start to the weekend here for a lot of people as we have a best bet now in game six of the nba playoffs coming up tomorrow night. It is the box at the hawks and right now. Atlanta is a two and a half point favorite on pregame.com. Okay i'm shifting gears for my hot take my cold cash over heartache gear and i really like and we're gonna make a fool best bet on the milwaukee bucks plus two and a half now. We'll do a comparison here. It's real simple this handicap game. Three would be the analogous game to this trae young. But but but trae young wasn't how was healthy in that game coming in and that's where the interesting thing is but assuming trae young one hundred percent how the game three would be the analog the analogy and in that game it was milwaukee favored with janas healthy. Two by four and a half. Okay now it's atlanta by two and a half so if you do the math at seven but when you go through pick it actually is worth half as much. We'll call it a six point adjustment. Don't have to worry about the math. It's a six point adjustment. Yawn is worth about six points. So it's like okay. Healthy trae young healthy yawn is now we take on us away. We adjusted move six points. Two and a half is exactly right except trae. Young's health is a big question mark. There's a chance he might not play even if he does play. It's a great chance he's not gonna be one hundred percent so to whatever degree trae young's health is less than one hundred percent. It offers you perfect value here on walkie plus two and a half because if trae young were one hundred percent the lines should be two and a half the fact that it is and he's not one hundred percent is value full best bet walkie plus two and a half over atlanta saturday. Night if you missed any of today's show you can check out the podcast at fox. Sports radio dot com. Just search for straight outta vegas as we do a deep dive on not only the box and the hawks but also the hard knocks curse and what it means the dallas cowboys moving forward. We are straight outta vegas. We are back on tuesday six. Pm eastern time. 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"trae" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell
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We're gonna look at the bottom of the hour is take a gander at like the first four weeks because i think those It's kinda unique and then look at the last four weeks because there's a fatigue question because the focus of the show and also the theory is a little distracted coming in the beginning of the season so take a gander at that And again like we said. The milwaukee trend is so encouraging and it's about hustle in effort. And we'll get that in just a minute. This is the fastest growing fox. Sports radio on needs doubled last year. Plus that's us spread the word keep it up. Thank you and we'll keep working extra hard to deliver a valuable in fun show to you and you can listen in the weekends are great time to catch up. You can listen by podcast every show. Everyone is free to search for straight outta vegas on your favorite part player. Catch up over the weekend right here in vegas on the strip. One hundred and eight degrees. The neon is pumpkin so rj. No janas no problem for the milwaukee bucks. They get it done last night. One twenty three one. Twelve the final milwaukee. Now one win away from the nba finals. Where do you think about sohn's jaanus. Yeah that's pretty good. Yeah it could be almost a song. His name goes well with a lot of things. If you pronounce it right a lot of people that ron. I'm not trying to name names. All right so what is impressive. Because what would you say atlanta. What was their real opportunity. How were they gonna win. What was their way to win. The game last night without way was shoot. The three right hit some threes. Get some three shooters out there. Well they hit atlanta thirty nine percent from three which is way above average. It's excellent for this team. And they may fifteenth threes fifteen may threes. Now milwaukee made nine threes. So that means there's an eighteen point deficit six may three times three eighteen point deficit. Milwaukee had against the land on threes. I this is a maker. Miss league i keep hearing but oh no. That's fine we'll give you those eighteen and win by eleven would happen but what we're seeing. Is that in every other way. Almost milwaukee dominated walkie had less turnovers or they cause more turnovers. However you want to consider right. They don't turn the ball over. Atlanta did more. They had more offensive rebounds. Now though atlanta actually rebounding quite well offensively milwaukee even batter free-throw. Ray another one of the four factors which is a famous way to look at the nba milwaukee and advantage so it literally was an example that you could give atlanta and they go about as well as possible. When it came to three point shooting. It have went better. But i mean this was a real good result for them three point wise atlanta and still they lose by double digits because things like turnovers things like offensive rebounds things like making free throws that's something quite frankly atlanta just isn't good at and trae young somehow is able to compensate for that his he and again. I'm just on this train. The trae young tran the way he transforms atlanta into a viable final. Four team where. I don't know if they're the twenty eighth best team without him but it somewhere in that range. Twenty eight twenty seven. Maybe even worse and i want to joe down to one last thing if you look at shots at the rim which is a staff that's capped and there's two issues with shots at the rim one is with the frequency is. How often do you get that kind of shot. And what's the accuracy. Which means how often do you make it. So there's a site called clean the glass. It doesn't good work with this kind of thing and rank in the percent. How so if you're the best is something. It's one hundred if you're the worst. It's one okay. The when it comes to the number of shots at the rim atlanta had was in the sixteen th percentile right really bad milwaukee was in the sixty nine th percentile. Really good if you look at the shots made at the rim. Atlanta did okay. Fifty-six percent thousand right around. Average milwaukee was in the ninety check that atlanta was in the twenty second percents. How walkie was in the ninety seven th percentile so milwaukee's really high on getting shots at the rim and they made a shocking number of them. Now you flip it and you see that at threes. It's almost to the shot. Milwaukee had less threes than they had more rim shots so it was like literally it was a trade off. It was like it. Lands gonna take a few shots at the rim and more shots at three walks. Take a bunch of shots at the rim. Less shots at three and lo and behold walking makes a ton of the rim shots which makes sense. It's right there the ram and then at three though atlanta makes more than you think. It's still not enough. They're made was sixty second percentile but you know what still not enough and he goes to show you which to me. Joan is if feels good a goes to show you that though the three is somewhat dominant. That jump shooting is important. The fundamentals that more milwaukee's coaching staff gets blamed for a lot of things. I think rightfully so but this is a very solid defensive team and a very solid fundamentals team into me without the superstars it felt like an old school game and what one was the fundamentals and it seemed like instead of them. Just saying all right. We don't have our guy that can get to the basket. We whenever we want and jaanus. So let's just stand back and shoot threes. They made a concerted effort to get to the rim. They made a concerted effort to this is going to be the easiest way for us to produce points for us to get to get things going. I mean they had four starters score twenty two plus points. In that game you know they. They didn't need a lot from their bench. Just because those guys played well enough and they weren't just sitting back there chucking up threes all game like you've seen a lot of teams. Do you make a great point. Right middleton twenty six points holiday over his point total at twenty five brook lopez leading it. Thirty three and bobby poor. Listen when you've got. Bobby portis sapping. You gotta feel pretty good twenty two though he took twenty shots twice. While if i'm betting and i'm like well which i ju- bet rj. I bet side. The bobby portis sharp twenty times. I'm like running running for the hills. Have no chance of winning. But the nice win now. Let's look quit. You know what we'll do in the last segment will look ahead at the saturday game..
"trae" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"I thought l. a. was overmatched in this series especially without kawhi leonard. That's one thing to keep in mind that we can point out how great phoenix looked for. You know portions of this series. And i think that's true i think phoenix right. Now is the best team in basketball but keep in mind that. La is dealing and having to plate without kawhi leonard. Quiet leonard did not step on the floor in this series. That's a big difference maker. That did not step on the floor. And i think the series could have gone a different way if coli had actually played if i were not hurt i think. La has a really good chance at winning this series. When you look at what they bring to the table. I mean paul. George had a wonderful series for the most part in game. One sure he missed. Two free throws led the way for phoenix to get the win. And that sucks. I think we all agree that you know from a paul george perspective. When we're talking about a guy. Who missed i think it was three free throws in the fourth quarter all year long for him to miss two in the last ten seconds of a game. One of the western conference finals. That's that's hard to deal with but outside of that. Paul george just had a really good series lead his team as far as he could. It just so happened that there was no coli. Leonard there was no You know veteran leadership there. Paul george is he can be to a decree. But he isn't a number one on your roster coli leonard having lead toronto to an nba title having the kind of defensive prowess that he has. I think kawai leonard what. I've been a tremendous difference maker in this series and i think. La probably wins this series if they are all healthy that's kind of the story of l. A.'s western conference finals on the other side. Like i said you had chris paul going for forty one in game six. You had de'andre aiden leading leading the way for phoenix early on in the series so props to phoenix. But if you're an la fan just a tough pill to swallow when you look at it and you realized that they were not healthy enough to actually get over that hump Eastern conference finals. Let's switch gears just a little bit and go eastern conference finals now. Well there's a lot to break down here none of it. Good if we're going to be perfectly honest To to heading into game five last night game five taking place in milwaukee and the unfortunate side of this is that trae young has missed the past. I guess it's two games now. I think trae young went out in game three after stepping on the referees foot has not played since so he's missed two games. Jaanus went down ugly in game. Four missed game five last night as well and reports are that jaanus is probably out for at least the rest of this series with a hyperextended knee. Good port about this is that the. Mri's is came back clean. There's no structural damage there so the timetable for his return is kind of up in the air but everyone does seem to agree. That jaanus is going to be out for the rest of the eastern conference finals. At least tough blow for milwaukee. But i don't think it's quite as tough below as atlanta being without trae young and i think that's honestly what we saw last night in game five. I think what we're going to see moving forward especially of trae. Young doesn't play in game six either. Is that trae young. This year means more to his team than janas. Did to milwaukee and the reason i say that is janas has a better supporting cast up in milwaukee than trae young does in atlanta. I mean. I'm going to read through the numbers of game five for the group from milwaukee that actually got this done Here we go. We had brook lopez going for thirty three points and seven rebounds to go along with four blocks and two steals and those thirty three points came on fourteen of eighteen shooting. That's a monstrous night for a guy and brook lopez who is had his struggles in the league. He's a decent player but he's never just had a night. I don't think like this. In what may be the biggest game of his career. He came out and bawled out in a major way. chris middleton Twenty six and thirteen to go along with eight assists. Khris middleton is going to be the guy that gets milwaukee there without jaanus in game one that atlanta one remember middleton went and shot. I think it was six twenty four or six twenty five. Maybe it was six twenty three Just a horrible night. All the way around in game one for chris middleton and i said directly after the fact that that was not going to happen again that milwaukee was going to win the series because chris middleton was going to have a much better series than game one indicated so far he is proven be correct game. Five was no different like us at twenty six thirteen in eight for middleton and then drew holiday going for twenty five points and thirteen assists if milwaukee can get those kind of numbers from there supporting cast without jaanus. Milwaukee's is going to be tough to beat because those are three guys who were very clearly two three and four on your lineup. If you will clearly honest is the one here but two three and four. I think would be middleton holiday and in probably brook lopez if you can get those performances from them without jaanus milwaukee's tough to beat on the other side when you look at what atlanta did without Trae young just not the same bugden. Bogdonovich.
Without Giannis, Bucks Beat Hawks 123-112 for 3-2 Lead
"The box came out with a fast start were never seriously threatened in a one twenty three one twelve win over the hawks playing without two time MVP Jana son of the couple four players had over twenty points led by an unexpected playoff career high thirty three from center brook Lopez the bucs jumped out to a thirty to ten lead for second straight game the hawks also played without their best player Trae young Bogdan Bogdanovich had twenty eight to lead the hawks the box are one win away from their first finals appearance since nineteen seventy four Chuck Freeman Milwaukee
Hawks Romp to 110–88 Win Without Young, Giannis Goes Down
"Given the hawks took a ten point lead early and never looked back as they defeated the Milwaukee Bucks one tend to eighty eight and even the NBA's Eastern Conference finals series at two apiece box without star guard Trae young and the bucs lost leading scorer Yanis attend to compile in the third period to any injury meanwhile Lou Williams a twenty one and Bogdan Bogdanovich with twenty stepped up to lead the hawks to holiday led the bucs with nineteen the series resumes Thursday in Milwaukee Gary McPhillips Atlanta
Bucks Trounce Hawks 125–91 To Tie East Finals at 1–1
"The box left little doubt that they knew that they were embarrassed in game one they came out on all cylinders and blew out the hawks in game two one twenty five to ninety one a wire to wire win the lead by thirty two at halftime Jana son of the couple had a team high twenty five points on a Kubo said the box knew they had to win and we knew that going to come here to get this game you know so and that's what we did some the first opposition of the game but we took it its position on time the bucs defense flustered the hawks Trae young into nine turnovers and just fifteen points after young put up forty eight points in game one a twenty point run by the box in the second quarter put the game out of reach Chuck Freeman the walkie
Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Dominate Atlanta in Game 2 to Even Series
"Steve Lennox. Eastern Conference finals now tied at one series, most to Atlanta for Game three on Sunday. Bucks tonight at home, Blew the game open in the second quarter bucks one on a 22. Oh, run. End up beating the Hawks won 25 91 Yana 17 in the first half 25 for the game. Trae Young, Just 15 points in the Laos for Atlanta. Game
Steelers Sign Pro Bowl Guard Trai Turner After Releasing David DeCastro
"The steelers made some news yesterday by releasing veteran guard. David decastro cut saves the steelers eight point seven million dollars in cap space and they moved quickly to replace decastro by signing free agent guard trae turner but this all comes after longtime senator mark pouncey retired and the steelers lost offense lineman matt feiler now one hundred villanueva in free agency back in march so big changes for a unit in charge of protecting thirty nine year. Old ben rothlisberger jeff. How did this all come about. Well dan if we didn't already have all these questions about the offensive linemen. Decastro comes along and is dealing with what he now says. We'll be another ankle surgery. He is not sure whether he'll continue his career. He says that he would be happy to hang it. Up if indeed. His ankle can't recovering time for the season. But this is certainly a situation facing this steelers team. That makes things even murkier now. We should point out. They did sign trai. Turner guard has some pro bowls. Resumes did miss nine games last year. But now this team will be with four new starters on the offensive line's important note though here that they struggled last year so perhaps they can just get better with a new group
"trae" Discussed on Around the Horn
"Game three of the west finals tonight clippers win this feeling pretty musty teams that go down. Oh in three are all in one hundred forty three in those series. Lipson down to twice already this postseason. Though in fact someone on today's show didn't believe they'd still be around. I don't see that person. In the plasma the mutes going to go to. Emily ramona on the clippers. Another comeback without quiet especially after that dramatic soul crushing dunk on your face finished a game. Two this is a team that just seems to be at their best when you believe in them. The least i mean this is i don't know what it is about. This clipper team they. They're they're really good as the underdog. There really good when you when you don't believe in them and so i. I've covered each of these three series. They're coming back home and over the two games they lost in the first round. They were terrible in those first two games and they were at home against utah. Not that close. These two games have phoenix. Were actually pretty close. And i know the sons are going to get a lift because chris paul's is planning to come back and play tonight. He's been cleared and health and safety protocols. So he's he's he's listed as available for tonight's game but i i like the clip tonight at home but they have. They've really found something with that. Paul george terrence man combination their remote. Or you live in la. I used to live in l. a. It's drama is what it is. They are just leaning into where they're from. It's all about the drama. I'm gonna leave you. Believe in the clips. Do you know what they haven't done in a series is dictated or set the tone. What they've been doing is reacting and all the players. It's fine because tyler was bill belichick. He makes so much adjustments. But there's something even bill belichick adjust to. This team is gassed. Paul george specifically is so over taxed with leonard out out of all the players remaining in the playoffs. No one is averaging more minutes per game than his forty and tie louisville admitted that he's fatigued. Maybe it's affecting his shot selection. Maybe this is just me editorializing. That's the reason they miss those two free throws so yeah. Of course they've come back from before but it's a lot more heart is a lot more difficult. When you're that tired k. I feel like you are the opposite of me. I keep saying. I'm not going to let the kipps clips burn me. I don't believe in them anymore. And you're somehow taking the exact opposite stance with the same logic. You're exactly right. I mean up. Until now. I really refuse to charlie brown and let the host of this show hostess. Show be lucy and the clippers. Be the football but this time. I'm running up full speed and i'm kicking. Why because they are getting back. Cpa three they had campaign in his stead. Go for twenty nine thousand nine. He's playing with a high degree of confidence. And this is a team that just swept aside another team so this is a different situation. That the clippers are running into this time and i don't think that they're going to be able to get out of this. Oh to matter what you say. I am always lucy and i do often charge for my advice at a stand. So just keep that in mind. Jackie mac are the clips out of this already. I'm just curious. Lucy used to be five cents. What is it. What are we got. Twenty five dollars a minute. Wow ooh right here. My concerns about the clippers number. One they got out scored sixty two thirty in the paint in that previous game. I do not know how that happened with campaign. Is your starting point guard instead of chris. Ball mr never have a turnover. Clippers only forced seven turnovers. And here's my third big issue. Marcus morris has barely played in the second half of the last two games. Why that matter for one. He brings incredible physically to this team and number two. He's the key to their when they go small for that small lineup which i think really benefits them against the phoenix suns. So i'm skeptical. Bill bell check or not Yeah.
"trae" Discussed on Around the Horn
"Years. Old somehow is trae young on his way to superstar. Status or ramona is already superstar. Oh i think he's there. I gotta be honest. Like he has everything you want in a star he's got personality swagger like he came into the league and we all wondered. Oh is it was that trade for luca doncic is going to be the right move there. He's in the conference finals. Luca was home in the first round. And i was so impressed with luca but men trae young is translating to winning right now. He's not empty stats. He is translating to win it be on his way or already. They're already there. he's been there. I bought his shoes back in further. Worry of twenty one all right because of what he was already doing. This guy is incredible. What you just saw him do last night has never been done by a player before in a conference in a conference finals. Put those kind of numbers. These electric watch. He's fearless on the road. He he enjoys it. He even said that he liked playing on the road in middle school because he liked the fans to get back in middle school. And you can see that. He carries his team on his back. He is the new steph curry. Put that one down in thirteen playoff games. He's already avenue more points and more assists thirty ten than did steph curry in his expert. What i'm looking for. Hey great nugget about trae young and middle school. Where'd you get that. do you know. Jackie maybe perhaps something. I wrote out drinks. I'm not sure i will say this. How do you stop trae young. You could shoot from the logo. He can drive to the basket. Hit that floor. And by the way while he's driving to the basket and you think he's gonna hit that floater instead. He's gonna throw up. The clint capella or whomever else. He realize dan. Ben simmons tried to stop him. All defense drew holiday. Tried to stop them last night. All defense but the thing. That impressed me most sarah and the reason i put him in the superstar category is now. He's making his teammates better. Because he's averaging over a ten ten assists a game in every time they win and that's to me puts him in that staff back u matic sounding like someone who wrote a story about him. I'm really last word to you. I'm one the professor. He's averaging more points per game than steph curry's eight points more per game those thirteen games. That's incredible the audacity of this kid to take those shots. The disrespectful alleyoop the shimmy he just does what superstars do he can take over a game. You see that would lebron. You see luca and now you see that with trae young so fun to watch. I am loving this playoff the young superstars. Let's go to the. We got.
"trae" Discussed on Around the Horn
"Ninety nine and a half wins. And then they take me out of the plasmas and put me on the said delaying the inevitable. Something of one hundred is smart. It's very smart. Let's do a show game one of the eastern conference finals last night. Hawks are down seven with four minutes to play but they were lurking. Maybe more accurately circling as hawks are want to do and they picked off there at the time. Seventeen to run to finish the game. Jackie what did you see last night and did this game one. Make you reconsider this series. Well sarah to make a reconsider the series. That would suggest that. I didn't think the atlanta hawks had a chance. And as you know. I've been driving this atlanta hawks bandwagon since all the way back to the first round series. So what did i see more fr. Trae young forty eight points eleven assists a guy that is completely dominating. The postseason right now. He is on that superstar level. You know players get there when others from. The opponents team are coming up and congratulate you on what you do. I'll tell you this to john. Collins has emerged. Now is one of the big keys for the atlanta hawks. Give a lot of attention to the shooter's two guys. Like bogey and danilo gallinari. But what john collins has done in this series just especially in this game one. It's going to give the bill wacky bucks a lot to think about for game two katie. How about you are you seeing things differently. Well i had to milwaukee bucks getting out of the east and get into the finals. And i still like that pick but the one thing i one thing about the bucks in this game was chris. Middleton who has been spectacular was a no show. He was zero for nine from the three point line. Even had that even had a last chance to win this game or tie it up and still. They only lost one sixteen to one thirteen now. Trae young spectacular. And i've been loving trae young since he's been in this league and i really liked his team from top to bottom. They're playing great. They play with no fear. Forty points on the road that's crazy. He's averaging more points i think on. Rodney is at home right now in these playoffs so this is going to be a series. I think this gonna come go down to seven games and we'll see if the if the bucks can make the adjustments. Guess we'll see that's the kind of analysis we're always looking for from experts. Only kaplan last night's game. I think the bucks are going to be okay. If they can hit a damn three they were seven. Twenty five from uncontested threes. That's not okay and has katie. Said chris middleton be as bad for every game in this series as he was last night. Walking have this game right. They had the home crowd. Seven point lead with four minutes remaining but then they let the hawks have five offensive rebounds down the stretch and that's what did it so it felt like they were kind of treating this field game and that's okay. As long as they learned their lessons and one of the biggest things they need to figure out what to do with brook lopez's because he was just getting burned by trae young. They had to bench him to go for a smaller lineup. But it really felt like they could have used him down the stretch when they were getting killed. Emily you're so right. Clean capellas rebounds. The extra chances for the hawks down the stretch absolutely killed him ramona wedgie. Well a brook lopez's on the court the fourth quarter for twelve seconds because he was a minus fourteen out there so they essentially just went to this to this small lineup with on at center because they had to take away trae. Young's mid range came. They actually did that. He was four for four from the mid range in the first half one for seven in the second half but if he's hitting threes than maybe just giving the mid range right if he keeps doing that so i. I've actually been one of those people. Who picked against the hawks first round pick against them in the second round. I stopped. i'm just. I'm picking the hawks like waits for coming to your senses or i can't give you minus one for continuing to pick a and you've come to your senses. Jackie got something else i do. So one of the things we keep talking about. All these wins at the hawks have well. the sixers. were in great shape. I mean they were up five minutes up seven with three minutes to go. Well the bucks were up seven with four months ago it ever occur to you guys that it's the reason the hawks keep winning right because they play from start to finish and the fourth quarter point differential under nate mcmillan is astounding plus one hundred sixteen and it was minus sixty five sarah before he got there. How about given these guys credit for closing out gain. You're right and that's why he's moral victory of the bucks keeping it tight at home in game. One when they're the favourite was Not great. let's move on some specifically forty eight eleven and seven last night. He is so cocky so ready for the big moment so.
"trae" Discussed on The Jump
"No one. I felt it was just. It was just so far out over. Somebody's really amazing. Later in the huddle janas tried to fire his guys up by demonstrating how disrespectful trae have been and it seemed to work as the but search to a seven point lead with less than five minutes on the clock but atlanta has been coming back from behind all playoffs. This time. the hawks went on a sixteen six. Run to pull ahead. And after the books mr three pointers in the final thirty seconds atlanta had its game. One win here was traced stat line by the way forty eight points. Eleven rebounds eleven assists now. Look it is absolutely possible. Youngest than the books will storm back in game two. They showed in the last series. They have more heart than some. Give them credit for just like its absolutely possible. Paul george and the clippers. Come back on devon booker deondraye eight and the rest of the young sons tonight but either way it is clear that the new guard that has been storming through these. Nba playoffs is here to stay. I'm not sure if trae young has one of those giant fuzzy hats. But i have no doubt if he wanted to he could pull it off. He's pretty much been pulling off. Whatever else he wants to lately and vince. You know this hawks team so well did that. Forty-eight from trae young. Change your outlook on whether the hawks can actually win this series and become an nba finals team for the first time since the fifties it's changed my outlook for sure and i'll tell you i tell you why is that. They believe they believe. It's like okay. we're here you know. I wanna win. But let's see what happens after the way. The books are playing defense changed my outlook because they believe. But here's the thing that i want. I wanted to touch on. We watched.
"trae" Discussed on Get Up!
"It's absolutely at apple comparison at all. Actually take it a step further. I think trae young actually has an ability to beat you on a level with his passing. That even steph curry really has not done steph curry to me. The combination of dribble past shoot those three skill elements of the game. I think steph. Curry has the highest combination of those three skill sets of any player. Who's ever played. But i don't think we'll be talking solely about the passing element. Trae young could beat you that way for long stretches of the game even without making a shot and i don't think we ever really regarded steph. Curry in that vein is great. A passer as he is. It's really about his shooting his move it without the ball. His ability to make defenses. React to him in a way. That makes it easier for everybody else. Steph curry's on a level of self that way but it's trae young in terms of his ability to pick you apart and maki reads depending on how you defend him. I'm not sure steph. Curry's ever really done it at the level. Trae young is doing it right now. Again vince carter. You were there when trae young was a rookie in atlanta. And you've seen how they've built this team around him. So i didn't get to you earlier in the hour. They now have stolen homecourt advantage. You expect during the hawks to win this series berg the position to do so greenie. I have to root for my hawks. Because i played for a year. I'm a year removed. Or so. I know it seems like it was just yesterday but they have the opportunity and this is a young team. That now believed.
"trae" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"A turnover every now and then a nice throw in the back of the end zone and landry but then as they started winning old browns one again oda prowse one again oda browns pete kansas city. You you see baker mayfield. Your iso telling you. There's something different when in all honesty. It's the same thing all right. Well let's just straight talk straight talk wireless because it's not only baker who's gonna be looking for the contract and the quarterback from that draft class. What other players will be playing now. You say baker's not playing but how about this year in twenty twenty one this coming season what players are playing for contract. Who's playing for his money right now. Well let's stay with his team both guys. Ob j. n. Landry ob j comes back and becomes lbj with the blonde hair and kicking of the net. Which i love then. They've got to think about extending his contract and taking a look at his numbers because he will be heavily under pay compared to other receivers in the league his teammate jarvis. Landry is will what happens with that. Can we keep to receivers it. Twenty five million dollars question right a piece right. 'cause if ob j. gets twenty-five i'll take twenty three and then i'll get the other two from j. Somehow that's that's the way land she's gonna take about in ob j. vice versa. So that's an issue that they've got to figure out how to address in can because you play with the salary cap. He played with numbers. You could pay whoever you wanna pay. Then you think about it. Let's go to saquon barkley at the giants his his opportunity to come back off. Acl at the running. Back spot. the only guy that i can think of off the top of my head that had a career like say quantity beginning and then eventually got hurt. Was adrian peterson. But asia peterson came back in asia. Peterson look like adrian peterson. No problem even better. So he's playing for huge contract and is to not only that if he could help the giants get to the playoffs and help danny jones become the guy that they got when he drafted and he thought that that was guy. It helps his contract situation. Allen robinson from chicago bears is. He's on the franchise tag plan for seventeen million dollars which is below market value for player of his production. You look at what he's capable of doing. No matter who the quarterback he's been consists but how important he will he be especially if just feels as the one that takes over. He can also have more value based on the quarterback extremely important. So he's looking to have a big cash day. Then you think about the kyla. Murray arizona cardinals. What's going to happen. They're they're they're in a tough division. Okay there's a decision not only be made on a long term extension but also on the fifth year option pickup right. That'll need to be made. And if he goes out there and he leads the charge in cliff kingsbury in hold on his job because if they falter abc. Predictive kingsbury gets fired. And if that happens now all of a sudden column he doesn't have the guy that made an offense just for him just for him. It turns different now. Coach comes in and say well i. I don't really want this guy. I don't know if i can remember this guy. He takes him to the playoffs even a wild card berth. Just the last team barely slip in. That's that's more improvement and that's more than what the car does have had in recent years. Now we're talking long term extension. That would say a lot in that division for do that. They'll do that. Not division against those those teams. Especially those i miss it and i know i'm missing some guys robert woods out in. La believe he's up for contract extension and he's terrific in terms of everything that embodies a professional wide receiver people always say. Why are you always putting robert woods list. Because he's a pro man nothing to do with him being usc in la. He's a real pro. Like do do play in when you say. He's a review a real player. But that's what people should listen. If you say you get caught up in hype though. Oh he had one hundred and five catches thirteen. No no no no. I want him to be opposite of me. I wanna play with him. Yeah it's a real pro and that you saying that is highest compliment because you would know number one. Trust your eyes. So i i would definitely do that as something. That definitely a name. You keep on the straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless no contract no compromise coming up every year. Eight teams are faced with the challenge. Going from worst to first so who is likely to make that leap this year. We'll discuss that after. He has this from hulu still wearing the clothes from last night. Not kidding smell still pounding on that remote control night after night. Hulu has all the shows and movies you love and before you ask..
"trae" Discussed on Faith Collides
"So much different at a startup. it was significantly less bureaucratic a lot. Less red tape and much more entertaining place to work for sure. We have these things called stock options. I don't actually know what they are. I don't really know how they were. How did you say your work ethic changed because you had stock options this idea that it doesn't meritocracy and you're performance and your connection to outcomes is the driver for whether or not this company actually works in the long term and you can feel it. There were times where it was like. We're gonna fail and it was a little adrenaline rush to see. Not only the mission outcomes which i cared about deeply and my background but also the business outcomes which i never been interested in before but suddenly felt really passionately about seeing through as of this year pollen tear went with evaluation of over twenty billion dollars since trae was one of the early employees. His equity value in the company would increase dramatically in the years leading up to the ipo. But at this moment of time in his career in twenty thirteen trae felt challenged by the workload his compensation and what was happening in his life. You and michelle. Had your first baby when you're at pailin tier. What was it like for you to think about your work. And how sustainable the eighty hours a week would be for your family when we had the baby and i realized that sleep was kinda hang asked wife and i had this simultaneous realization. That like man. If i'm going to be a good dad. If i'm gonna be around and be useful to her and this moment of deep ability like a new parent and i think i was just kinda like staring into the void thinking like can. I really do like another five year. It was like this feels like a good time to think about. What's now that was twenty thirteen. When you decided to quit from pelham tear maybe a little bit more complex than that and i think this is like one of these critical transition points. Yeah so let's talk about founders fund. Did your days actually get better in terms of your work life balance moving into this role deep learning curve at the beginning but minter capitals one of these industries that you could actually make the argument. That working. harder doesn't actually make you better at the drop. It's not as the input equals output type thing. And i wasn't starting my own fun. We're trying to make things work. I was joining one of the premier venture capital in the world. It was really just like how much soak up as a sign. Learn meet people that are so smart and interesting. One of the people trae would learn from was peter. Thiel peters known as one of the founders of paypal and the first outside investor of facebook is essentially a venture capitalist which pretty much means. He takes risk investments so that he can feel the growth of innovative companies and make lots of money later on and getting into this industry can be difficult so trey describes as another crazy god moment of career transition for him to jump from pollen tier two founders fund. I had known peter for a long time while i was at pailin tier and connected around the allah. Gm philosophy more than we did business in. i think it was march of two thousand thirteen. He kind of call me literally out of the blue and just asked if i was interested in coming to founders on. And i'm like what does that mean like. You're the chairman of the board of pailin jail. Is you tell me what to do or is this an offer. What exactly is going on to convince you can just asked me to start meeting with on the team. It was like a nine month interview process. It is incredibly difficult to hire people at the fund. It's because we have a very consensus driven hiring process. And so i had to meet with every single person on the investment team and basically answer whatever random crazy questions they had in. There were a lot of lows in the process for. I'd go month without hearing anything. And then there'd be like a flurry of activity and i buy out the san francisco and spend a day with everyone in so i didn't start at anderson until january twenty four th although trae seems like a good fit at founders fun he recalls. That was an easy start like the first week at founders on i would say it became abundantly clear to me that i had no idea what is doing and i remember sitting in all of these pitch meetings in south. We'd have debriefs after every pitch meeting where everyone that was in the meeting with. Stand around and talk about like you think it was good. It was bad. Like what are the good parts of the bad parts. How should we move forward or not move for with particular opportunity. I remember just like listening to everyone. Talk about it and be like. How do you make these decisions. I have no idea. I literally have no idea how we're supposed to be making these decision and at some point did you realize okay. You're going into a fund. You have to bring something that's going to make money and you have to bring some sort of insight. So was that the one thing that i felt like i knew reasonably well was defense. Technology and her son is a large investor and early investor and alan shearer and space that which is also very large portion of their revenue from the national security community. And so. I kind of told the partnership i'm gonna go and try to find the next founders as i put the next ten plus billion dollar company that is gonna have the majority of their work with town community. And so i had this like systematic. Way that i went through and like list of companies that were bidding on federal contracts. And then try to go and meet with as many of the founders of these companies. I could i mean a couple of all investments but nothing significant and then. I went back to the team. I said look like something needs to happen here. We are in bad shape right now as a country were still prioritizing technology development on twentieth century platforms like aircraft carriers and mannheimer planes. And you know we are a bunch of really sophisticated. Exquisite some in very small quantity we have like around dozen aircraft carriers and we're going to have hundreds of airplane like the future is going to be far more in order to compete with great power adversaries. We're likely going to need thousands and thousands and thousands of very low cost things that perform tournaments missions. Without putting human in harm's way is there anything about an aircraft carriers. It cost thirty. Million dollars has five thousand people on it and it can be destroyed with wonderful like it's just not strategically terrifying think about and so i went back to the partnership idea. I might. i don't know how we're gonna solve this There's really no one this working on the most important platforms the future and they challenged me to think about what it would look like to start. That andrew was accompanied. That trae stevens and palmer lucky started in twenty fourteen and this pairing of trae from the x. Intelligence defense tech space and of palmer with an ai and consumer technology background may have brought a compelling case to the us government or the idea. The company is that we didn't feel like the right approach was to ask the government to fund all of the research and development and then also find the purchasing the product and then also funds for maintenance of the product you look at the private sector. The way technology is built is the company takes on the risk of developing the thing and then if the customers don't want it than that's why it's called risk but if the customers do want it then they're able to monetize that get margins from selling that product and so we thought that that's probably the way that we should try to work in the defense space as well. Is that like to get order. That was just on a concept. We built the product and then they agreed to pilot the product then scaled over the course of the next two years really into action where they had hours that were deployed the end users that were interacting with the system. These transitions to production make take decades. So three years was kind of light speed in some ways. This business model. Andrew has grown tremendously in. Its first three years. And it's captured the attention and secured funding from several major investors including from founders fund. So as of today andrew has over three fifty employees and his worth almost two billion dollars. You're now say thirty seven. You have a company that's valued at one billion dollars. You made a lot of money at some point you as someone who had to borrow money from college work. Multiple jobs pay death. She that point when you're like whoa money's not an issue anymore. How did you process that as a person because so many people listening do care about making money and see money as a way to value their success at work. I don't think. How did i process. It is the right framing. I think it's how am i processing it. I think that this is always attention that were called into christians. One of my favorite stories in the bible is of the rich young ruler where he came to jesus and he said jesus great teacher. I've followed the laws. I followed the commandments. I've done almond said. I have been asked to do. And what else do i need to do in. Jesus didn't say you're a bad person. We actually said that's true. You actually are like a really news. Nisa give all your possessions because your.
"trae" Discussed on Faith Collides
"Welcome back. After a few years of working for the intelligence trae fell. He needed a change in two thousand eight. That's when he got married to his college girlfriend michelle and decided to leave the government and work at this new startup called pailin tear today pollen tears worth more than forty five billion dollars but at that time trey was just one of its early employees while pailin tier was still focused and the defense technology space and big data. Much like he was doing for the government. Trae says the work environment was so much different at a startup. it was significantly less bureaucratic a lot. Less red tape and much more entertaining place to work for sure. We have these things called stock options. I don't actually know what they are. I don't really know how they were. How did you say your work ethic changed because you had stock options this idea that it doesn't meritocracy and you're performance and your connection to outcomes is the driver for whether or not this company actually works in the long term and you can feel it. There were times where it was like. We're gonna fail and it was a little adrenaline rush to see. Not only the mission outcomes which i cared about deeply and my background but also the business outcomes which i never been interested in before but suddenly felt really passionately about seeing through as of this year pollen tear went with evaluation of over twenty billion dollars since trae was one of the early employees. His equity value in the company would increase dramatically in the years leading up to the ipo. But at this moment of time in his career in twenty thirteen trae felt challenged by the workload his compensation and what was happening in his life. You and michelle. Had your first baby when you're at pailin tier. What was it like for you to think about your work. And how sustainable the eighty hours a week would be for your family when we had the baby and i realized that sleep was kinda hang asked wife and i had this simultaneous realization. That like man. If i'm going to be a good dad. If i'm gonna be around and be useful to her and this moment of deep ability like a new parent and i think i was just kinda like staring into the void thinking like can. I really do like another five year. It was like this feels like a good time to think about. What's now that was twenty thirteen. When you decided to quit from pelham tear maybe a little bit more complex than that and i think this is like one of these critical transition points. Yeah so let's talk about founders fund. Did your days actually get better in terms of your work life balance moving into this role deep learning curve at the beginning but minter capitals one of these industries that you could actually make the argument. That working. harder doesn't actually make you better at the drop. It's not as the input equals output type thing. And i wasn't starting my own fun. We're trying to make things work. I was joining one of the premier venture capital in the world. It was really just like how much soak up as a sign. Learn meet people that are so smart and interesting. One of the people trae would learn from was peter. Thiel peters known as one of the founders of paypal and the first outside investor of facebook is essentially a venture capitalist which pretty much means. He takes risk investments so that he can feel the growth of innovative companies and make lots of money later on and getting into this industry can be difficult so trey describes as another crazy god moment of career transition for him to jump from pollen tier two founders fund. I had known peter for a long time while i was at pailin tier and connected around the allah. Gm philosophy more than we did business in. i think it was march of two thousand thirteen. He kind of call me literally out of the blue and just asked if i was interested in coming to founders on. And i'm like what does that mean like. You're the chairman of the board of pailin jail. Is you tell me what to do or is this an offer. What exactly is going on to convince you can just asked me to start meeting with on the team. It was like a nine month interview process. It is incredibly difficult to hire people at the fund. It's because we have a very consensus driven hiring process. And so i had to meet with every single person on the investment team and basically answer whatever random crazy questions they had in. There were a lot of lows in the process for. I'd go month without hearing anything. And then there'd be like a flurry of activity and i buy out the san francisco and spend a day with everyone in so i didn't start at anderson until january twenty four th although trae seems like a good fit at founders fun he recalls. That was an easy start like the first week at founders on i would say it became abundantly clear to me that i had no idea what is doing and i remember sitting in all of these pitch meetings in south. We'd have debriefs after every pitch meeting where everyone that was in the meeting with. Stand around and talk about like you think it was good. It was bad. Like what are the good parts of the bad parts. How should we move forward or not move for with particular opportunity. I remember just like listening to everyone. Talk about it and be like. How do you make these decisions. I have no idea. I literally have no idea how we're supposed to be making these decision and at some point did you realize okay. You're going into a fund. You have to bring something that's going to make money and you have to bring some sort of insight. So was that the one thing that i felt like i knew reasonably well was defense. Technology and her son is a large investor and early investor and alan shearer and space that which is also very large portion of their revenue from the national security community. And so. I kind of told the partnership i'm gonna go and try to find the next founders as i put the next ten plus billion dollar company that is gonna have the majority of their work with town community. And so i had this like systematic. Way that i went through and like list of companies that were bidding on federal contracts. And then try to go and meet with as many of the founders of these companies. I could i mean a couple of all investments but nothing significant and then. I went back to the team. I said look like something needs to happen here. We are in bad shape right now as a country were still prioritizing technology development on twentieth century platforms like aircraft carriers and mannheimer planes. And you know we are a bunch of really sophisticated. Exquisite some in very small quantity we have like around dozen aircraft carriers and we're going to have hundreds of airplane like the future is going to be far more in order to compete with great power adversaries. We're likely going to need thousands and thousands and thousands of very low cost things that perform tournaments missions. Without putting human in harm's way is there anything about an aircraft carriers. It cost thirty. Million dollars has five thousand people on it and it can be destroyed with wonderful like it's just not strategically terrifying think about and so i went back to the partnership idea. I might. i don't know how we're gonna solve this There's really no one this working on the most important platforms the future and they challenged me to think about what it would look like to start. That andrew was accompanied. That trae stevens and palmer lucky started in twenty fourteen and this pairing of trae from the x. Intelligence defense tech space and of palmer with an ai and consumer technology background may have brought a compelling.
"trae" Discussed on Faith Collides
"That even more totally. This is a moment in history. This is the peak of biak timothy of the intelligence community really. The cia was actually owning operational outcomes in theatre which hasn't really happened at any point in american history up until then and so i think talking to him and seeing how thoughtful he was in the way that you think through critical problems in the world there are people out there who the job is literally to think in a complex way about these problems that are a lot more difficult on back then the media would probably have you believe so what happened made you realize he wanted focus on the middle east win. Look at the intelligence community prior to nine eleven largest representation of foreign language experience was russia. And that's because was remnants of the cold war people that were my age either. Were twenty two during the cold. War are now senior leadership in the intelligence community and the russian language. That's not the most helpful thing for the war on terror. The early two thousand. I remember like the the year before me at georgetown. There were like less than a dozen people in the eric forum. Undergrad and then my ear. There were like over fifty of us just as freshman and so there was obvious thursday of interest learning arabic diving into a middle eastern studies. More broadly by the time trey graduated in two thousand five. He landed his dream job working for the intelligence community. And the stuff got into kind of went like this the quickly. My role was around data. Promising and complex named matching so names in anglo culture are fairly simple middle. Eastern names are not that at all. They are far more complicated. You know the most common name in the arabic language is mohammed one in five basically. Hasn't the name muhammad somewhere in their name. There's not this like super plannable structure like getting middle. Sir there are these naming conventions in kunas descriptors so saddam hussein dean means saddam hussein decree. And then you have found bin. Ahmed bin muhammed muhammed. And that's how he got the name as a data centric organization. How do we resolve. And they're all this was kind of in the early years of the war on terror osama bin laden. There's literally hundred ways you could all that low. Sama l i d like there's just a million different permutations and asian. That was made that we were going to standardize with the acronym. Ub l. anytime you were referencing bin laden the and that is a hack that works for osama bin laden. Because he is the fbi's most wanted it doesn't work for everything. And there had to be more computational approaches solving the larger problem and that's the category that was while trey got to do some meaningful work and stuff he wanted to do after high school he also got a bit frustrated by the way things worked inside the government knew we grow up with james bond and the bourne identity at. It's just this industry that has been completely dramatized by the entertainment industry. And so there's some kind of crazy expectation that you walk in on day one and someone's going to thermonuclear the keystone after martin and you're gonna have a supercomputer and glass walls everywhere. And and what was the reality. Show up and you're like literally cubicle with no windows. You have to walk a mile from your car to get to the building and usually actually your cell phone in the car. You're completely isolated from the rest of humanity. Our time here there. And it's just like holy cow. This blows really depressing. I went through phases often down. Sometimes i feel like this mission is so important i feel like i'm doing something that matters. And then the next day per crazy bureaucratic thing would happen. You just be like so just a couple years into the job. Trae says he felt restricted at work. It would be the little things like not being allowed to use noise cancelling headphones without a waiver but there are also bigger issues like the resistance. He was met with when.
"trae" Discussed on Faith Collides
"Actually do this. Very trivial Modern which is already are already cheryl sensor along our house and then we leave it up to the long wars needs to use their story zillions alley right at iraq. We also result. It's entirely believe that having more is better or needing assistance so now you might wonder how trey got into the defense tech space. Since it's not one of the typical industries people talk about nor did he get exposed to it because he grew up around this line of work or had family connections in fact he grew up in rural ohio. Where i'm from in ohio. There's actually a book on hillbilly elegy by this guy named jd ban. That is like literally where i was raised. There were problems through where people to add to do. Economic challenges the opioid epidemic. Very real light. There were no real problem. I lived in a log cabin. And i'm in the middle of the woods. I never charms childhood and a lot of ways to get to our house. Your drive over a little creek down. A gravel road is pretty removed from the globalization and. My dad actually built a house with his bare hands. My biological father and my mom separated when i was at birth essentially. She was remarried to my dad. The guy that raised me. I had this incredible father in my life that decided to be my dad which was like a really cool guest and decided not to have any additional kids because he didn't want there to be complex or any tension than wanted my brother and i to be fully. Wow that last name. Stevens is that his. Yeah and and to be honest. It was so natural. There wasn't any tension. It wasn't like i was wondering too. I was thinking like that. It was like yeah. He was just always my dad. I was very lucky very blessed to have parents that love god. My grandfather was the pastor of our church rang up so there was never a question. Are we going to church. are we doing. The extracurriculars is involved with church. Goes if we're going to tamika. Grandpa will it's going be. So how would you describe yourself as a kid. Going to church. Definitely like kind of a teacher's pet personality impeding and like state bible drills finding passages very quickly and memorizing scripture and wanting to be the kid that raises his hand and answers the questions sundays at the art. It's like got her love. one of the threes. Throw it out there. Trae says he grew up in the southern baptist convention and was taught to withdraw himself from the ways of living in interacting with worldly things so as a kid he listened to christian music or clothing with christian messaging and participated in church activities almost religiously and his parents even a step further to get him and his brother exposed to national missions every year so starting from thirteen you went to another country during the summer. was it like mexico. At first we write in and our first international mission. The family was to the gaza strip during the second and it was not a gradual easing at all because at that time we knew what it was a nine hundred ninety eight. It was just a few years after it came under palestinian control. I don't know if you're aware of that. What was your understanding when you knew you were going to go at that time. It's kind of crazy because you fly across the world and you land in a place. That is completely different from where you were. But you step off the airplane and through the mcdonald's in the airport in tel aviv. And you're like oh maybe this isn't so different than you get in the car. You drive away from telling me even before you know it. You're like weaving through concrete barricades and there are people with automatic rifles and suddenly. You're like oh wait. I am not in rural ohio anymore. The tensions were were really high. I mean i. I don't think i'd ever lived or experienced this place that had going gunfire going off at night and the sound of rocket definitely a kid. I wouldn't call it traumatic because nothing super traumatic happen. I mean it definitely changed my perspective on my little isolated window of the world. What would you take away from that in. That experience grew very attached to the idea that i wanted to have international experiences. Be part of my professional life. At the time. I thought it was going to be. Journalism right always enjoyed reading and writing and so there was something to storytelling aspect of journalism. Where you go in and experience the raw culture and emotions and then unpack it. And and i think that just seemed like a really cool opportunity to meet a would've afforded me the ability to go and feed things outside of that comfortable bubble up in and in high school. Were you involved in high school journalism or anything like that. I would be editor in chief of my highschool newspaper and some often down with that experience of testing the limits of free speech. What did you do. Oh man there. Were so many things that i'm like almost embarrassed of now. Although here so deeply deeply about freedom of speech that i probably shouldn't be that embarrassed but every issue op ed that i called politics politics but when the chaos at the end so it was like a distraction for all the things that i thought were absurd. I remember writing an op-ed where i had surveyed hundred people at the school asked him. Are you a democrat or republican and then after follow up on specific beliefs and then the app. No one even knows what they are. They basically just whatever their parents are and then their beliefs are so divergent from that. It's obvious that no one has any idea what they're talking about a fair amount of time in the principal's office. I don't think. I appreciated that the time because i just thought that he had a very different perspective on the world. Then i didn't like looking back at it. It was evident to me that he was trying to teach me something about grace. It's just this idea. They'll just because you think something doesn't mean that it deserves airtime and sometimes you have to make decisions on wisdom non faith. Thanks so it's not just the wisdom of like what you say it's also the wisdom to know when not to say thanks. I think that that was really a question like yes. You are legally permitted to do this and the school is not going to suspend or expel you for doing something that third place in the lunchroom which literally happened in my case on at least two occasions but you also need to understand what responsibility is and you well a big stick and that really every student in this twelve hundred person high school is going to at least flip through and actually peruse this newspaper and that means that your decisions matter and you have to be smart. Wow so so. It's pretty crazy that you were the editor chief in your high school in journalism so everyone probably thought you are most likely to become a journalist after high school. So what happened. That changed this trajectory in your career singular moment. I was in a chemistry class. My senior year in the morning of september eleventh. Two thousand one a sound or someone running through the hall yelling out the teacher should turn on their. Tv's and the.
"trae" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Do you get you get a score you think so if I got if I got the ball ten times against harden do I score ones. I've seen you play. I've seen play. Well the day to the jumpers wet, that's all. I mean that's I'm just going to say that jumpers wet. All right. All right. You just go on anybody. Well, not, not anybody. I think I could score on. You one time where I don't know about. Oh now you're a lockdown defender. You know what when you get to Madrid just mentioned my name, and then they'll tell you, they remember how yeah I put up a triple double, and somebody over there. Hey, enjoy the off season. It's not gonna last long and save travels over to Spain enjoyed the soccer and good luck when the announcement rolls around you have an in an acceptance speech written for rookie of the year. Not yet not yet. Are you going to have one? No probably have it on, on the fuss, that's going to be something yet to talk about on the sly. Well, good luck with that great season. And we'll hopefully talk to you again soon. Okay, thank you. That's that's trae young. The Atlanta Hawks scored nineteen points, eight assists. And that's what stood out. I thought there was another game. Maybe it was the Oregon game but I watched him and I think he had forty or forty four and I came in and I went man, this guy has got range, he was. Plus, he had the green light. And then I thought later in his season is, is only season in Oklahoma. They gave him too much of a green light because he looked worn down and gets back to the welcome. She going to guard. We we always do that. Who who's he going to go? Well, who's guarding him? Now. That's what I always has Steve Nash, couldn't guard anybody. But who was guarding him? Steph curry James harden. Their certain guys who create a mismatch every time you guard him. Yeah. Pull a lot of people jumped off his bandwagon in November and December. Did you notice that? Yes, they did he finished with nine kids twenty years old man. He averaged nineteen points, eight assists, four rebounds, a steal their only thirty one minutes. A game too so and is shooting percentage, not great. But it got better every month, but he also had games of, I think seventeen sixteen sixteen fifteen fourteen assist in, and that's what you know, for a shooter to have those passing numbers. That's that's where you wanna play with somebody like that. Because the trae young, I saw it Oklahoma was different than it lenna because it felt like there was a little more of a pass first. Then what we sold Oklahoma. But he's still, you know, he led the nation scoring and. Assists at Oklahoma remarkable. Yeah. For fritzy. And he started enjoying the assists. More and more, I had read something where when he would set up an alley oop to one of his teammates, he would jump up in the air as his teammates jumping up in the air at the Dunkin' just to feel like a part of it, it wasn't all about how many points it can school. Yeah. And his dad did a wonderful thing, though. You know you helped him out through his entire career and. So interesting. Interesting. Interesting kid, I, we'll take a break here. We'll come back, we got our play the day, and I think we got our poll question, a stat of the day as well back after this, in the Dan Patrick show, every car comes with its share stories, right, that ding.
"trae" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq
"No questions asked. Next to him number eleven porzingus zingers. I will tell you right now. And I will put any amount of money that anybody wants on it when trae young stops, gerbil basketball and porzingas stops dribbling a basketball. No, one will even know the hell who porzingas was straight. New York will be a star. Trae young will be a star name in the NBA zingers is not. Star in Dallas that guess what eleven on this list eleven based on what based on what they had to get them out of New York. The only way should showed up on payday was with ski-mask. Honestly, I will. Now, here's where the whole thing. All money. Here's the whole thing starts the slime. Even heard this name. Oh my gosh. No, no, no. That's the thing theory now. No not. Okay. I didn't. I never thirteen. Angela russell. No trae young will trae young. We'll clips the ngelo Russell in his sleep. Russell has to be behind trae young little over. Slow baldness what he's a hell of a player trae young not trae young. He isn't. I will you got. Lori market. Yeah. No they can plan. I'm going nowhere smart thing about Clint cappelli. He's dependent. He's a play. I could take Clinton out as well. As play any put trade there. Where do you first of all if you just get dropped off to really make your player? I'm just saying if you're sitting there yet. Scratch table scraps taking you get. Yes. Okay. And he rolls his eyes. Jaren Jackson junior. De'andre eight and John Collins. Eight minutes. Not a book, John Collins is such on college me much. John Collins is such a better player than de'andre. Oh, yes. He is. He will not be when it's all said and does not BS what right now. He's he's a twenty and ten guy now Phoenix's massively underachieving. They're not getting a trader John council twenty and ten guy and you don't see age out. You don't think you down the line? I don't see I'm telling you right now de'andre eight and right now is not giving me what John Collins is giving the hawks job. He's not Bagley hurt. Jalen brown. So lonzo's on this list ahead of trae young for what trae young shoot trae young show yesterday this right now trae Young's numbers as a rookie eclipse the numbers of a guy named oh Steph curry as a rookie. Trae young is having a better rookie season than Steph curry had statistically, just let you know. Eight news average, averaging sixteen ten with sixty percent from the field. I got it. He's not averaging twenty and ten John by the way who has more cookie for that. And who has more around? Yeah. For real. That's four points game sixteen sixteen and ten whoop for six. I'm not saying he's you big film that nobody's Nell by. Over. There you go. That's a good list though. Well, because I was very surprised that trae young was on this list was made a month and a half ago and in the last, and that's what happened last forty five days on trae young in the last fifteen games twenty games has been ridiculous. And he's a rookie. And he's learning and he's getting better month after month after month in every single statistical catego-, he's been fantastic linka pillow. Bye bye. No disrespect could be compared to try. Don't you wish? You didn't have to get up and go to work. Yes. Don't you wish you could just be a kid again? Yes. I was in Disney last week, and guys I can tell you at Walt Disney World, it's the perfect escape, and I see nothing, but happy people everywhere that I look they're everywhere. They're getting on the buses they're getting on the shuttle's. They're getting on the monorails and they're smiling..
"trae" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"Cold and flu season trae Vic sign X nasal spray. Works up to twelve hours use as directed Vic Sonics nasal spray, by the way, I've had three different players. Text me and say. Hell, yes. All time. Great over one Super Bowl every day. I agree. Yeah. I mean like fans are like it's all about ball. If you can I do think that I do think that playing was symbol is important because you play that's what everyone is playing for. Right. I think having a great career being in the hall of fame being known as an all time. Great is is better. I'm just saying specifically who's eagles in that situation. Who's on pre game show? Dan Marino Hostetler in the end poor hostile. Yeah. You wanna be an all time. Great. You can live without the Super Bowls. You want to be an all time. Great. Okay. Four teams left in the Super Bowl. And that means there are four possibilities on who's going to play in the Super Bowl. Join I've worked in TV combined for about fifty forty years. A long time the way networks look at Super Bowl matchups is different than how fans look at Super Bowl matchups. There are certain things that are just easier to sell to advertisers. There are things that are easier to market and promote to the fans to to create a bigger number. So of the four matchups in best for last here is what I think is the fourth best Super Bowl to promote. This February the quarterback who set nearly every statistical record squares off against the fee nom. Who's on piece to shatter all those records chiefs Super Bowl fifty three.