35 Burst results for "Twenty Six Point"
LaVine's 25 paces Bulls to 98-94 win over listless Cavaliers
"The bulls held under the number five spot in the east by getting past the Cavaliers ninety eight ninety four Zach Levine dropped in twenty six points and demar DeRozan had twenty for the bulls who moved two games ahead of Cleveland the bulls help the cavs to just thirty five points in the first half and one for the first time in six road games since March ninth Chicago won for the fifth time in thirteen games this month leaving them one game in front of number six Toronto Jerry's garland scored twenty six for the cavs who shot one for eighteen from beyond the arc in the opening half I'm Dave Ferrie
Tatum, Brown sizzle, Celtics roll to 125-97 win over Jazz
"Jayson Tatum and Jaylen brown poured in twenty six points apiece as the Celtics roughed up the jazz in the one twenty five ninety seven when Marcus smart added a career high thirteen assists to help the Celtics continue their ascent in the east with the fifth straight win will play a really good win a good rather and can easily fall to a low hello trap of feeling complacent and you know everybody's mom says the same right now we're trying to continue to hold everybody accountable Boston jumped out to an early sixteen point lead and that's thirty nine point first quarter Donovan Mitchell scored a game high thirty seven and Rudy go bear added fourteen points and eleven rebounds for the jazz who dropped consecutive games for the first time since January I'm deaf in Coolbaugh
Short-handed Warriors get past frustrated Heat, 118-104
"Jordan Poole scored thirty points and the warriors opened the second half on a nineteen oh run to beat the heat one eighteen one oh four Damian lead Jonathan coming to an end we can see each scored twenty two points for the warriors the warriors were without injured Steph curry and Andre is the dollar and rested Draymond green Otto Porter junior and Klay Thompson Kyle Lowry scored twenty six points bam Adebayo had twenty five in Jimmy Butler finished with twenty four Miami Butler you down as Haslem exchange words during a time out in the second half both needing to be held back by teammates I'm Dave Ferrie
Notre Dame beats Rutgers in double-OT to cap First Four
"Notre Dame won a double overtime thriller over Rutgers eighty nine eighty seven while Wright state have the right stuff to be Bryant ninety three eighty two and the second day of first for NC double a tournament games in Dayton all I can send you and you have a late with one point four seconds remaining in the second O. T. and moments into Saint Patrick's day to enable the hours to survive and advance Atkinson led Notre Dame with twenty six points in the first game Wright state's Tanner Holden outscored the nation's leading scorer Peter kids thirty seven twenty eight to lead the raiders to their first ever NC double a tourney win I'm Tom Mariam
Mitchell scores 25 of 37 points in 3rd, Jazz beat Bulls
"Donovan Mitchell said a jazz record by scoring twenty five of his thirty seven points in the third quarter of the one twenty five one ten downing of the bulls Mitchell made a franchise record seven three pointers in the third period and broke Karl Malone's team mark of twenty two points in a quarter Jordan Clarkson provided twenty six points for Utah which scored fourteen straight in the fourth quarter Nickeil Alexander Walker scored fourteen of his sixteen points in the fourth quarter Alexander Walker had only nine points in his first seven games with the jets the bulls lost for the seventh time in nine games despite Zach Levine who hit five three pointers and scored thirty three points I'm the ferry
Embiid's 35 points, 16 points lead 76ers over Magic in OT
"Joe well indeed had a double double in the seventy Sixers rally to beat the magic one sixteen one fourteen on overtime and beat at thirty five points and sixteen rebounds for the Sixers who trailed by as many as seventeen points James harden added twenty six points and Tobias Harris twenty five for the seventy Sixers harden hit a free throw was six point seven seconds left before Colantoni missed a three pointer at the horn Anthony hit three three pointers to put Orlando ahead in the final minutes Wendell Carter led the magic with twenty three points and twelve rebounds I'm the ferry
Luka Doncic leads Mavs past Celtics 95-92 on Garnett's day
"Spencer Dinwiddie basket with nine seconds left sent the Mavericks to their seventh win in eight games ninety five ninety two versus the Celtics look at dodges provided twenty six points for the mavs including a game tying Trey with one twenty one remaining Dodge was called for a foul on Marcus smart's potential game tying three pointer with five seconds left but it was overturned upon review the rule is also decide if you just use grants not at fault that's why there are so Thomas I knew I was going to be a successful challenge the Celtics ended a five game winning streak on the day they retired Kevin Garnett's number five Jayson Tatum had twenty one points and eleven rebounds but he hit just two buckets in the second half and missed a three pointer at the buzzer I'm Dave very
Clarkson has career-high 45 points to lift Jazz past Kings
"Jordan Clarkson poured in a career high forty five points to overcome the absence of Rudy go bare and Mike Conley and help the jazz beat the kings one thirty four one twenty five Clarkson set a franchise record for points as a reserve with the first forty point game for the jazz since he had forty one last season I just feel good issue boggling like to known any being going in for me a lot this season but you know on whose part is part of the season sometimes you have slow sometimes you got seasons of stars like that were you missing shots he made seven threes and was eight of eight from inside the arc boy about Donovan scored twenty six points for Utah and Donovan Mitchell had twenty five de Aaron fox had forty one points and eleven assists for the kings I'm Dave very
Randle, Knicks win in Dallas again, blowing out Mavs 107-77
"Julius Randle dropped in twenty six points in the next one for the fifth consecutive time in Dallas by blowing out the Mavericks one oh seven seventy seven ninety one point their plan you know not only to fall off of so you know I was like on the discovery museum or sauce most vegans around if they collapse like earlier in the games kick it out R. J. Barrett added eighteen points for the Knicks who won their third straight following a seven game losing streak and improved to three into one a season long seven game road trip look at dodges scored seventeen of his thirty three points in the third quarter for the maps who missed their first nineteen three point shots and finished six of forty four from downtown on the ferry
Antetokounmpo scores 34 points, Bucks beat Bulls 118-112
"Yes a tentacle porn drew holiday led the bucs to a one eighteen one twelve down into the bowels and tend to Cooper shot twelve for twenty two and finished with thirty four points sixteen rebounds and five assists helping the bucs catch the balls for the central division lead holiday scored ten of his twenty six points in the final five minutes of Milwaukee's third straight win really sometimes it does get frustrating log into your spot missing or that you can make in but stand with it and Stana grass is staying confident and I played out there I thank Zach Levine led Chicago with thirty points the martyr Roseanne scored twenty nine though he was just eleven of thirty from the field I'm Dave Ferrie
Gilgeous-Alexander, Roby lead Thunder by Nuggets, 119-107
"Oklahoma City dressed only nine players but came on strong down the stretch to defeat the nuggets one nineteen one oh seven Denver had won its previous six games Shego just Alexander was game high with twenty nine points must present all of us love the game unless the player on the men's room every time you talk to me to give you more all right your order he was backed up by a career high twenty six points from Isaiah Roby this was a close game until the thunder stunned the nuggets and their fans with a twenty to six splurge to go up one nineteen one oh four in the final minute okay see came into this game having lost eight of its last ten Bruce Morton Denver
Harden shines in Philly home debut with 26 points vs Knicks
"James harden just missed a triple double as the seventy Sixers what the next one twenty three one await hardy delivered twenty six points nine assists and nine rebounds in his first home game since being acquired by the Sixers at the trade deadline Philadelphia is three and with harden on the court Joe well and be finished with twenty seven points and twelve rebounds while Tyrese Maxey had twenty five points maxi provided eleven points while the seventy Sixers grabbed the lead for good in the third quarter R. J. Barrett had thirty points Julius Randle had twenty four new York's thirteenth loss in fifteen games I'm Dave Ferrie
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree a big showdown of the NBA's Eastern Conference Monday as Miami top Chicago one twelve ninety nine Tyler hero with twenty points and six boards off the bench for the heat now forty one and twenty one on the year also in the east Milwaukee scored forty four second quarter points in a one thirty one oh six win over the Hornets Yanis answer to Kubo twenty six points and sixteen boards out west Memphis got by the spurs one eighteen one oh five John Moran pulled in a Grizzlies record fifty two points Minnesota Orlando Toronto in Sacramento also one in the NBA Monday in college basketball top twenty five matchup in Austin went to third ranked Baylor as they toppled twenty first ranked Texas sixty eight sixty one in the NHL Toronto got by Washington five three behind thirty saves from goalie Petr Mrazek and baseball's ninety day labor standoff continued Monday as locked out players in Major League Baseball met throughout the day and early into Tuesday morning in an attempt to come to an agreement to save opening day I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports
Mitchell, Gobert lead surging Jazz over Suns 118-114
"Donovan Mitchell scored twenty six points Rudy go bear had a double double is the jazz won for the eighth time in nine games one eighteen one fourteen over the sons go bear had sixteen points and fourteen rebounds for the jazz more than the winds just a mindset no the way with the way we competed for the chance to read and we would get together offensively is ready one thing that we can take away and we know that when we played that way no we're going to be in a good shape every night Jordan Clarkson had twenty two points on ten of seventeen shooting part of the Utah's second unit that outscored the Phoenix bench forty three eleven Devin Booker led Phoenix with thirty points while Cameron Johnson deandre Ayton each had twenty three I'm Dave Ferrie
Cockburn, Plummer help No. 15 Illinois beat Michigan 93-85
"Coffee cart printer now finds a plumber combined for fifty three points is fifteenth ranked Illinois outscored Michigan ninety three eighty five copper delivered twenty seven points in helping the Illini get within one game of Wisconsin for the big ten lead social worker you know make some of our plan because I was going to fall just try to get a good grade started talking so much in a good position plumber provided twenty three of his twenty six points by halftime for the Illini who saw a fifteen point second half lead cut to two in the closing minutes Trent Frazier hit a three pointer with forty five point three seconds left putting Illinois up by seven devided Johns had a season high twenty five points and matched a career high with ten assists for the Wolverines I'm Dave Ferrie
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm David Shuster at the NBA Saturday all star show in the books the three point contest was won by Minnesota seven footer Karl Anthony towns I just came here to compete I came and went and when he did in the slam dunk contest only tapping of the Knicks prevailed man it feels amazing it is been a lot of a lot of Libyans who won the dunk contest N. and former aide to be to be to be a part of that is is something special song taken for granted and the Cleveland trio of Evan moblie Darius garland and Jared Allen captured the team skills competition switching to a busy day in college hoops number one Gonzaga defeated Santa Clara but number two Auburn lost to Florida as our day ferry reports Tyree Appleby scored twenty of his twenty six points in the second half as the Gators dealt the Tigers their second straight road loss Colin Castleton had nineteen points for the Gators who trailed by nine in the second half before beating Auburn at home for the thirteenth straight time you're very Smith scored twenty eight points to lead Auburn elsewhere number three Arizona defeated Oregon and for Kentucky got twenty five points from Kellan Grady they defeated Alabama by nine you know I think it shows a lot about our team and Alabama makes fourteen threes and we win the game number six Kansas seventy Baylor nine do contend Villanova won their games and the NC double a tournament committee candidates early top four seeds Gonzaga Auburn Arizona and Kansas in hockey St Louis scored three goals in the third period defeating Toronto six to three elsewhere Edmonton won its fifth in a row for two over Winnipeg Colorado it's seven straight on the road five three over buffalo other winners Boston LA Anaheim and Calgary and F. L. news former Miami coach Brian Flores hired by Pittsburgh to be on Mike Tomlin's staff and then go off Joaquin Niemann has a three shot lead after three rounds of the genesis invitational at the Riviera Country Club in L. A. I'm David Shuster AP sports
Appleby takes over, Florida rallies past No. 2 Auburn 63-62
"Second ranked Auburn has its first regulation loss of the season following a sixty three sixty two set back in Florida Tyree Appleby scored twenty of his twenty six points in the second half of the Gators dealt the Tigers their second straight road loss Colin Castleton had nineteen points for the Gators who trailed by nine in the second half before beating Auburn at home for the thirteenth straight time the Tigers one on a twenty one four run bridging the two halves to surge ahead before falling to twenty four and three a record that includes overtime losses to UConn in Arkansas you berry Smith scored twenty eight points to lead Auburn I'm the ferry
Suns get 6th straight victory, beating Clippers 103-96
"Devin Booker led the way with twenty six points Chris Paul seventeen points and fourteen assists as the Suns defeated the clippers won all three ninety six Michelle bridges had nineteen points and nine rebounds hit some big shots in the fourth quarter after they blew a thirteen point third quarter lead Phoenix has won six straight and seventeen of their last eighteen games they moved to an NBA best record of forty seven and ten Marcus Morris led LA with twenty three George Tanner Felix
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"Down by twenty six point five percent but that was in March right when you look at other figures out there JPMorgan chase said in a note that it continues to expect of forty percent annualized decline in gross domestic or domestic product in the second quarter March retail sales posted the worst decline on record but there are compelling reasons to consider that the stunning collapse did not reflect the true extent of the pull back the center's bureau noted your regular reporting of results as many businesses had either curtailed or ceased operations presumably those hardest hit were the least able to report the results they're not in business well well personal consumption may start to come back in the third quarter in a downturn in business investment will linger the sector may not recover until the end of the year and best according to their forecast that's from Bloomberg two surveys released Wednesday highlighted the effect of economic shut downs the New York fed's general business conditions index covering manufacturers in the state tumbled fifty six point seven points to a minus seventy eight point to the lowest in records back to two thousand one U. S. homebuilding sentiment plunged in April to the lowest level in almost eight years as a pandemic kept potential buyers quarantine and paralyze construction the March data is bad but the April data is likely to be even worse because for a good half of March things were still open said Michael gaping chief US economist Barclays so we were criticized and this goes back to the beginning of it we said you do this this is going to be economic devastation we're criticized as being negative mmhm I know I was in response to what I got right and my response was I'm not giving my opinion it's not about a pain right isn't about opinion this is right I think it's when you shut down what they were going to what what we have shut down when you shut down production and demand and you do it on this type of level you know this this is a financial crisis in two thousand eight where you basically also told the American consumer you can't buy stuff yeah yeah I don't know N. again I huh the disconnect between what we're seeing with the actual virus and disease our which which by the way has to include the psychology and and and behavior of individuals on a voluntary basis which is kind of the bridge to where the policy makers and act policy eight where companies the private sector next policy I mean when the government with the federal government came out with a six hundred a week and they said well you can that that can include people who quit their job because they fear of you know for for getting to the disease well but you have to include that that's at work for companies as a whole the employers to that they fear that a a wide spread within their company it got you know a widespread outbreak and occurrence could damage their company long term so there are people making it the the psychology here is ever shifting your standing basically you're trying to stand on this one small piece of floating debris and you're trying to stand upright and it's it's a very very fluid and I don't I don't know how you I don't know how you look at the data from the actual virus itself still isn't there this uncertainty look at what we went through in two thousand nine two thousand eight in two thousand nine but after two thousand nine after the bailout of the banks there's so much still muddy water in the market place this is completely different and far far far bigger well we had said this in the very beginning we said look small business can't go but probably most can't go a month right hardly any can go two or three months well I mean certain Darden restaurants that that runs all garden and our other restaurants they say they have a billion on cash my question is with a company that large how long will a billion dollars get you nearly seven point five billions to billion as seven five seven point five million small businesses are at risk of closing their doors permanently over the next several months of the corona virus pandemic versus according to a survey of small business people around two thirds of small business said that they may have to shut for ever it business disruption continues at its current rate for up to five months according to a survey published by a Tuesday by main street America network of more than one thousand six hundred commercial districts comprising three hundred thousand small businesses more than thirty percent are at risk if the status quo persists for two months according to the survey and we were specifically when we're talking about more than that was restaurants for example residents ours and is a set up I don't know you know you're you're talking out of number small businesses here less than one month five point six percent said they go out of business one to two months twenty seven percent another three to five months another thirty four point one percent so you're talking in in five months the majority of businesses and if it lasted a month you're talking about thirty percent of businesses that believe that they would go out of business right a month to two months thirty percent of business restaurants even more than that as we said before and with restaurants and bars we have no idea what they're going to do you cannot run I don't if if most restaurants cannot run and sorry to bring in pop culture but if you pay attention to bar rescue and Jon Taffer you understand and know the science of bars and restaurants and that every single chair every single square inch is important for revenue and if you say okay tables must now be six feet apart but in order to ensure social distancing when you push out your chair ten feet apart and you decrease the number of tables by fifty or sixty percent in order to do that they can't run their business yep you can't have people at a bar it's impossible if social distancing remains and is required bars can not stay in business it's impossible they can't do it and it's the reality of what we have said and but early on just understand what's happening here we weren't fear mongering we weren't trying to be over the top if you listen to what you know that's not what we do we've never done that now but when the government says we're gonna stop the production and demand that's unheard of in American history yeah this and and right now there is the the resistance to it really is kind of small if you think about it it's growing but it's really still small I know we're only you know a couple of months into this but wow we go another month look we get to it from two weeks from now we get to the first of may anybody believe that things are gonna change in the next two weeks the fourteen days no no and what when in fact what we seen as as the projections the reality is starting to hit and part of government is stating we need yeah for example Cuomo we need to open up and we need to get things moving here you know again he doesn't give a date because nobody can give a date because I don't know the same time he saying that we've got to get the plan to do this the same everybody has to wear masks in public right and that's where the backlash is going to be in this country because we already know that what we were told it was going to be yeah and how bad it was going to be is not how bad it's going to be we know that now and what we know six months from now and the reaction from the public even people that can come out and said well every time this happens now and it doesn't happen very often but every time this happens or the flu we're gonna shut down for the flu just the opposite right yes yeah people gonna sit there and say nope you're cried wolf and destroyed the economy yeah what outlook dot I'm not saying it's fair I'm just saying that's the reality of what will happen because hindsight is twenty twenty and the fact that you go back and say but we didn't know in February nobody cares my business is destroyed my job is gone my savings are gone it's N. and again it's renewed every month it's renewed every day you know the psychology the longer it goes okay but your your check at the bank you can breathe for a few days I mean we said thirty four hundred dollars for the average family family for well in some small towns that's a lot of money to in fact many families that's a lot of money well you're living on the west coast that's not a lot of money the point is is that the the psychology is all over the place and once you start handing out the money and you're not and you're not able to fully measure what the problem is or predict I guess how big the problem is this is the problem with you know that I have of you know company or families rather that weren't directly affected by the coronavirus do you know where the spouses are still working and you know other than schooling or whatever else but they're still getting the same thirty four hundred dollars my fear goes way beyond that my fear goes to the fact that because this has happened and if you have a change in power and you have people that are put in power they not only believe that the government should take over in an emergency times but every single day we are headed to long term economic disaster even in good times well I don't even know if we need to turn over power the right is moving further left and has been for a number of years it's starting to blend has been eight six six ninety right I coming up with Gerry McNamara and there are currently what I radio you're listening live from the.
"twenty six point" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Thirty nine one thirty four Marcus Morris was the hero twenty six points ten in the fourth quarter and six and T. including a jumper that put New York office day Elfrid Payton sat out a one game suspension Saturday and he returned with a vengeance seventeen points eleven rebounds fifteen assists the next first triple double all season Morris says the next one of one this one without this contribution Julius Randle twenty points eight rebounds the Knicks up to fifteen and thirty six with Carrie Irving resting his injured knee caris levert made his first start for the nets in almost three months and tied a career high with twenty nine points Brooklyn over the sons one nineteen ninety seven outscoring them in the second half by nineteen Joe Harris sixty points Taurean prince had fifteen eleven coming in the third quarter that saw the nets take control the Andre eighteen twenty five points seventeen boards for Phoenix but Devin Booker with liver defending him a large parts Ford eleven on three of fifteen from the field that's up to twenty two and twenty seven at the garden the Rangers versus the stars tied to to after the first period the two in Dallas goals in that stands up by Joe Pavelski both on the power play in the span of just sixteen seconds Stephen Jones broke the two to deadlock in the second getting one past everyone was and the stars were not to be the Blueshirts five to three one quest unable to match his previous performance the shot out of the red wings gave up four goals on fifteen shots into periods Alexander your year finished off in there the Rangers goals all came on the.
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"Dot org slash marks speaker ready Hey I'm Jed of Ron I remembered villages Radiolab indeed is our subject me to it that's what this whole next segment is about see I have in my bones just to set it up I got this idea from my friend and was Ali who is fantastic writer wrote the book resilience why things bounce back we read a diner a ton about the show he says you should do something about the stock market and I was like I'm the last person to do the most talking here is like no no no forget everything you think you know about the stock market we most of us when we think about stock markets if you've just close your eyes and you think about the financial world what you imagine is a bunch of people in a room and they're all wearing funny colored jackets and they're shouting at each other and weaving bits of this kind of rock as people screaming trying to figure out what the prices I come up with of how the financial system works that is in large part completely divorced from reality because he told me here's my for surprise that somewhere between fifty and seventy plus percent of all the traits that happen on what we think of as Wall Street are not executed by human being as a result of human decision they're actually executed by an algorithm at a speed rate and scale that is beyond our comprehension so I decided I would try and comprehend this New World you subscribing and since this is a subject matter that generally makes me first frightened I decided to call David cast and mom from planet money Hey Jeff hello V. David cast indeed there could be more than one there probably are Twitter in any case do not click for either of us just how fast he missed humanly fast trading had gotten until we visited this firm called trade work site hi David which of the three we want this little building in New Jersey looks like it's a start up or something and this guy says hello my name's Mike dollar I'm the chief technology officer of trademarks in Mike over here says that this computer opened up would be this little program that logs exactly what is going on at the market edition insanely specific time you could pick a stock we could look at Yahoo for example we can literally pick some time of day that we're interested in what time is going to attack so this is at eleven thirty five twenty six point nine seven nine seconds really and in fact that's not enough precision for us because we really dealing microseconds that would be millions of a second so we have another way of measuring time which is the number of microsecond since midnight of the previous day can you read that for one seven number for sure forty one billion seven hundred twenty nine million nine hundred seventy nine thousand five hundred fifty nine microsecond since midnight one thirty always have lunch at like two billion three hundred thousand without W. really early hi how many trees you doing today I think it depends a lot a hundred to trader my two thousand trades in a minute about that but it's kind of very bursting now what happens during those bursts is a bit of a mystery it's very hard to see what's going on often says Andrew it's the computers testing the market testing to see if they can find a nibble on the other side they'll fire at a bunch of buy and sell orders and then one another computer bytes on one the quickly cancel the ones that didn't sticks out nope sorry it didn't want to do that they're doing this on a microsecond basis by nope sorry self not backing up sell not tell again forget about that black men and they create huge volumes of transactions that just disappear into the ether there are some computer algorithms he says his whole job is to combat other algorithms take them out for example we just a very good example it happened but a month ago and craft that's Eric Kahn Sander he tracks high frequency trading for the firm Mannix craft like Kraft cheese ground yes he says with a cell with this algorithm jump into the market by a bunch of craft which jammed the price up which allowed that algorithm to sell at much higher prices to the other algorithms and we calculated out because some two hundred thousand to push the price up but they were able to sell about nine hundred thousand of stock in netting a gain of of over half a million dollars in a matter of seconds now to put that in context back in the day you know twenty years ago when humans still ran the trading pits according to this guy Larry Tabb founder and CEO of the tech with the average time it took to execute a trade was around eleven twelve seconds back then and we ask people how did we get from eleven or twelve seconds two forty one billion seven twenty nine million nine and seven nine thousand option to do an exact phrases like that the answer is kind of surprising but I'll just start with the obvious part at least the part it's obvious to people who work in finance wasn't obvious to me but a basic law the market is it the fastest person will usually win there's always a benefit that's Andrew again to getting information faster than the other guy absolutely this is been going on since Julius Reuter issues carrier pigeon to send a bunch of stock quotes faster than the guy on the worst that was in the eighteen fifties here's a more modern example say latest job numbers come out US employers added two hundred twenty seven thousand jobs in February if those numbers are good that means the stock market is going to go out so if you can get the numbers and rushed to the market before anyone else gets there and buy the stock before it goes up you could make a lot of money right on the you know buy low sell high principal basic law of of getting rich but when the markets turn electronic which began to happen in the early nineties this basic law rated a situation it was totally bananas meaning so imagine a it's the year two thousand you've got this market in New York it's electronic it's basically just a building on Broad Street near Wall Street with a giant computer inside of it that's matching buyers and sellers and you have a bunch of traders in different parts of the country that are connected to this market to this building and some of them are using our automated trading bots and one day this guy Dave Cummings who is in Kansas notices that his robot keeps getting beat like when we send a trade to New York like say by order often ranked as that by order was about to get to New York some other robot would swoop in get there first and **** up the trade and it occurs to this guy Dave wait a second is it because I'm in Kansas if the other guys closer to New York than his cable would be shorter so I need to move your no no no because we're talking about the speed of light will close the speed of light Knoxville obviously it's because he's in Kansas what do you mean obviously because the speed of light is like a foot in nanosecond you can get your **** kicked the hearing cans and I don't know how do you know this for a fact yeah it's a foot in nanoseconds it's a foot Ananus it takes a billionth of a second ago a foot it's three times tender every I know this because when I was in physics like if I needed to delay a signal by a nanosecond by billionth of a second I just added an extra for the cable did you really do that yeah because the proton antiproton collide and then it would create a new one that would go out you only wanted to measure when this filter all the junk so you knew when it was gonna ride roughly to add a little like window had arrived in the winter we had to get the timing of the window right so it meant like adding a delay and we just would add cable that was the easiest way to add so you would literally go get some from from cable and just slice it in knots blazer Lima Lima connectors connect of course here's another way to think about it like say the time it takes for information give from Kansas to New York is something like this did you know that I did first because when it leaves Kansas second beep is when it arrives in New York yes actually slow that down just a bit so we can hear it better but the point is that is fast but they're still a little space in there between the beeps which is the travel time every very little space but even if the signals are traveling at millions of miles an hour close to the speed of light if somebody is a few hundred miles closer to New York then you and they leave at the same time as you will then it's gonna be like but it is here that deep in the middle of some other dude beating you by a few milliseconds these little differences matter that they're trying to get in and out super fast and maybe each trade there only make in a fraction of a penny that's it says enter push you making a fraction of a penny millisecond after millisecond after millisecond can add up right but you have to be able to react really fast to win this guy in Kansas decide to move his robot to New York to get closer to the big market computer when this happened it started kind of a land grab there was a real estate bubble around some of these buildings his people were trying to buy physical real estate next to the exchanges so that the cables that they would run into the exchanges would be just a few feet shorter than the other guy we think so does this mean like if I'm like one stop up on the elevator and your two stops up that I have the the the for the second floor advantage would help party and if the radically yeah I mean that that's what it means but I don't know how far this real estate jockeying got because pretty early on the the people who run the market stepped in there like okay this could get crazy so they told machine traders okay you when we close to us five pay some money we'll let you come inside inside our box inside the mother ship is there like some room where all these computers are are keeping each other company now oh yes there is if you visit the New York Stock Exchange now which we did this is a after going through months of security checks what you see it's right on the so this is what a twenty thousand square foot hole in Jackie's head of infrastructure the York Stock Exchange teachers around where the number very stiff racks the customer payments in two thousand sixteen York Stock Exchange opened up this room the size of three football fields filled with nothing but very subversive and service different specific to these are on by banks hedge funds brokers yeah number financial institutions are these things training right now absolutely each of these computers and they were close to ten thousand in the room give or take where at that moment analyzing the market making a decision as to whether to buy or sell sending that decision over a cable into an adjacent room where it gets water so yeah no people involved if you stood still for a few seconds the lights went out they automatically went off in a good mood because the assumption was they were not going to be people there and the whole idea of this place is again the whole premise is a level playing field so any firm to come in there and they don't have the same access as anyone else and to make sure of that my favorite part the single rack with instability has the same length of cabling to get the network points at the end exactly the same way that it was everybody gets the same length cabling whether you're one foot away from the you know network hub or a thousand feet away you get the same length I'm sure they send synchronize test pulses from both your your trading computer and jazz trading computer and they make sure they arrive exactly at the same moment I like to imagine they have a guy with a tape measure that's the guy you bribe yeah you would think that since all machines can now be inside the exchange literally inside the market building that the speed race would be over right yep no actually it only gets worse it's the place we visited the New York Stock Exchange that's just one market many I didn't know this but apparently when all trading one electronic the market's fragment it used to be that the trade stocks it was the New York Stock Exchange and then those nasdaq really just those two markets as Larry now there are thirteen regulated exchanges there are roughly fifty what they call dark pools in the market place their non public basically yeah to get the.
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"The twenty six point two mile race snakes through all five of New York city's boroughs the impeachment case against president trump could extend beyond Ukraine speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi says obstruction of justice in the Russia investigation could become an article of impeachment as well she said it will be up to the three committees leading the investigation trump meanwhile was lashing out at Democrats during a campaign rally in Mississippi last night that the rain impeachment which I this is one I never thought I'd be involved in the word impeachment to me it's a dirty word the lieutenant governor of Mississippi also took the stage last night declaring the state Donald Trump country governor Andrew Cuomo says he won't be losing any sleep over president trump's decision to formally moved to Florida as New York City is no longer his official residence while the president currently lives in the White House and adds that he hopes to do so for another five years he has officially changed his place of residence to South Florida governor Cuomo suggests that the president's legal team feel that'll help him avoid having to release his tax returns and that many in New Yorker angered over the ten thousand dollar cap on federal property tax deductions officials are releasing called nine one one after a small plane crashed in colonia this week it's clear many in town either heard or saw the plane crashed into a home and call for help immediately audio quarters well you can the pilot seventy four year old New York cardiologists doctor Michael slots was killed and three homes caught fire meantime the NTSB is expected to release a preliminary report on the crash in two weeks Michelle Obama will be in New Jersey this weekend it's part of the former First Lady speaking tore Obama is scheduled to appear in New York at the prudential on Sunday the lions outside the New York Public Library on Fifth Avenue are back on view scaffolding around the statue came down Friday on the lions named patience and fortitude crews use lasers to smooth out any cracks and imperfections in a two hundred and seventy thousand dollar makeover they're back just in time to where the annual holiday reefs and a no cost more to ride the path train and the air train in the New York City area air Tran prices at nor can Kennedy airports have jumped from five dollars to seven seventy five the two seventy five based cash fare for path writers does not change in sports the Mets acquired Carlos Beltran to be their next manager.
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"Eighty one eleven the S. and P. down twenty six points gold up twenty five at fourteen forty announced ten year bond yield one point nine percent thank you Kelly for fifty to a group of strangers banding together to lift a sport utility vehicle that landed on top of a motorcyclist happen on Tuesday along interstate eighty in Nevada the motorcyclist was trapped under the S. U. V. video shows the good Samaritans gall getting together and lifting that SUV all others pulled the man out from under Nevada highway patrol says their efforts helped to rent that motorcycles from being more hurt it seems like we have data breaches in the news much too often and Kelly brothers from Genevieve's Burford and brothers is looking back at one from a couple years ago that it's had kind of an unfortunate resolution Kelly Equifax you could see this coming but a you know the these attorney attorneys general from various states stand up and they pound their chest about how they've got three hundred billion dollars it was a settlement three millions of big number this is a big data breach a lot of people could have been affected with a lot of personal data exposed but in the end that three hundred million mode much of that went to the states and much of that went to the attorneys handling the case and in the end they have thirty one million dollars in the two for cash pay out so all the people the millions of people who sent in a request for some reimbursement for all this they're not going to get the full hundred twenty five Bucks that they were really only eligible to get the first place yeah but it's just I you just have to point it out when politicians stand up and crawled out of three hundred million dollar settlement in the end what's actually going to the consumer is about ten percent of that yeah and I heard the customers were being offered free credit monitoring services yeah and that's valuable you should take him up on that yeah there's no doubt about it but I just you know again the the standing up there in the three hundred million yeah sounds so somewhere in here that is going to the people truly impacted well before we let you go Kelly we had sort of like local icon tear down even though it had been out of business but the rusty doc a lot of people who've been in town for years you know sad to see that go away completely yeah yeah and and I am to mainly because we need more restaurants and businesses and structures on the river not less I know we've done a great job serving the parkway but there it's just sad that there's not a place especially on the American river where you can go and sit and enjoy a dinner or enjoy coffee in the morning or something else I mean that's that's how you make take full advantage of this I mean I know there are environmental reasons for not wanting to populated and put up a bunch of them but we don't have anything really except for when you look at old sacking out the and out garden highway but other than that precious few places I often think of Ansel often they have a a great call shopper get a burger enjoy a cold beer in the evening but if that were just a hundred yards east and on the river it would be it would be busier than anything I mean there would be a line to get into that place but we just we don't use our riverfront that way yeah so no I I agree with you I think our water features in town or terribly under utilized so and just because it's so hard to build and you have so many hoops to jump through and I just hope we win developers come up with good ideas to put something on the river there taken seriously yeah Kelly brothers there from Genevieve's Burford am brothers thank you thank you Kitty I added this Kitty a hand my Calgary we're here together and checking your traffic trouble spot within house well something like five west street all fram we have a semi trailer with a semi truck with a trailer hauling hay the trailer swerving all over with an unstable low traffic is backing up behind it they say and as these beanies look into what they say say as well southbound I. five west street offramp coming up on the KFBK afternoon news two governors and all whole Lotta need new equipment in the fight against wildfires it's four fifty six news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. your.
"twenty six point" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"And p. five hundred is on course for its best june in decades but the rising tide hasn't lifted all boats smaller company stock can't seem to catch up over the last twelve months small down about eight and a half percent and larger company stocks are up over seven percent giving us another reason why it was important to maintain a diversified portfolio at the close the dow is up eight points to twenty six thousand seven hundred twenty seven the s._n._p. is down five and the nasdaq is down twenty six points for final numbers in the five o'clock news block and for more information on what's going on in the markets check out our weekly market commentary at the coal alway dot com right after this is the mark belling late afternoon show on news talk eleven thirty w i s Stories out over the weekend. United States is endangered because the President Trump's erratic foreign policy erratic. A radic. Well, that's an interesting where Joyce is Trump's foreign policy erratic. Or is it actually very measured? is it in fact actually more consistent that is predecessors obama and george w bush these are good questions now what's radic well trump comes out and says that we're very very close to making a strike against iran and he called it off at the last minute but that is about iraq let's imagine something for a moment let's imagine you did not know that we were very close to striking and let's imagine you didn't know that it was trumped the cancer in another words nothing happened imagine that you didn't know either of those two things would you say that that's radic foreign policy no you would say that so far the president has been extremely measured in response to the shooting down of the drone let's talk about the radiance situation and what it is that the united states you don't respond first of all the irradiates are very predictable they've been behaving the same way since the mid nineteen seventies when they overthrew the shah and the toll end those nuts came in they believed that the united states is a nation of wimps and they believe that we can be shoved around they also want to assert their influence and they want to be the king of the middle east those are the two things that have always driven a rat internally they realized that unlike a lot of middle eastern nations many of radiance are very well educated it's actually a modern country and therefore it's harder to keep a lid on things than say in some other middle eastern countries where the population is impoverished or at least poor and not as well educated maybe a better choice of words there aren't that many impoverished nations in the middle east nut so what the iranians have had to do is run essentially a rule of terror on their own people they can't allow allow any sort of insurrection within their country to take hold for fear that a lot of the people who would rather live more modern lifestyle and not be isolated to the rest of the world and not live under sharia law and not have hands chopped off it heads chopped off or whatever offend someone they don't want those people to get any power so they try to run a you know just terrorize them so iran's vid lake this is i say this isn't a new thing for this is over forty years about what goes on internally in iran it's troubling but it's none of our well not none of our business it's troubling but there's not much we should do about it if the iranians are going to miserably treat their own people it's probably not a vital interest of the united states it's finally miserably treat people in other countries that it might become some of our business so the first part it's an interesting thing to factor in about what's going on in iran but does that anything we should do about it it's an important thing to know why tyrannical regimes are both weak and strong at the same time they're strong in that there people are terrified of doing anything to upset the leadership but they're week because the down even though you'll never see in paul's you'll never see it in comments that are made deep down many people in that country despise the government because most people don't like to live and tyranny how'd you like to be shoved around your entire life so it means that iran is both weak and strong internally at the same time the reason that that's an important thing to know is that if iran ever does get shaky there's a very good chance that it could fall from with it problem is just not really ever gotten shaky but it's a good piece of information to no but whether or not we should do anything to help out the iranian people know i'd say no it's not a vital interest in the united states beyond that bob we're going to go to war so iran is a different government that the one that they have right now just so there people can have a few more freedoms like i said it's not our priority so what our priorities i've said the same thing for the longest time i'm going to say it again are the vital interests of the united states threatened with regard to energy the answer is no trump doesn't give george w bush much credit for anything but he started and obama never figured out how to stop the fracking revolution it was continental rather than american it was it happened i of the tar sands and then the actual fracking and canada which then spread into the united states the ability to get natural gas at especially oil that was hard to extract in the united states it is created the biggest energy boom in american history the one of the last ten to fifteen years as a result of this we don't need middle eastern oil we are affected by middle eastern oil because of bitter released oil is cut off the price of oil goes up remember oil is priced On the international market. but we don't need any oil from the middle east we've got oil here that used the not be the case we were very very beholden to what happened in the middle east because we didn't have enough oil so in terms of needing oil from the middle east it's not the big issue that it was in the past for us so then why do we care at all that's right i think this discussion gets interesting and because this is where the vital interests of the united states is affected every country on this planet is affected if nuclear weapons continue to proliferate the more nations that have nukes especially the more that are radicalized and our buddies with terrorists the likelier at is that somebody's going to start shooting nuclear weapons off just common sense we don't want iran to get nuclear weapons because the ran will threaten to use them all the time they might even use them they certainly might feed them off to some of their terrorist buddies they'd certainly give them to governments that are in their sway like assad syria's assad i don't even think even though the nurse say anything about this the russians are all that excited about the iranians having nukes because of allow the iranians through Stop suck it up to Russia all the time. Nonetheless. that's the vital interests that the united states iran gets nuclear weapons of rank give the nuclear weapons to anybody that they wanna give them too much not to mention the fact that they can threaten countries that are allies in the middle east than other parts of the world but the oil it all the other stuff no i don't think it's that big of a deal for the united states anywhere and in terms of how they treat their people as i say while it is terrible it's not anything that we should go to war over president trump is indicated that he in the you know for years that he doesn't think much of all these foreign involvements that the united states has been involved in the middle east he criticized both bushes for their wars with iraq he thinks gotten involved in mess around in areas that don't much matter to us i think he's wrong and right i think those messes that we were involved in matter to us at the time but wouldn't any more remember the first gulf war eight chilean years ago it's amazing how good is you understand that that war is now nearly thirty years ago That's incredible. Ninety one actually just under thirty years. Ninety ninety one Norman Schwarzkopf the whole thing. we needed middle eastern energy a lot more than that we did now and iraq was threatening to destabilize the entire middle east price of oil could have gone to at the time which would have been huge at the time nineteen ninety dollars hundred and seventy five dollars a barrel could have bankrupted the bankrupted but crippled the american academy not to mention the fact that saddam hussein kept flipping us off anti invaded another country that we had a relationship with today i don't know that we do anything about that because we don't need the middle eastern oil in the way that we did in the past but we might have dated dead in any event we know trump's philosophy here he thinks that getting involved in these wars is ridiculous so here he is perhaps on the precipice of war anyway and having to at the last minute call off a military strike that might have led to war I think in this instance. Where Iran is not the big deal. iran and north korea are not that dissimilar when you think about it Look, there's Jimmy Carter's face right up there. per this happens all the time i talk about somebody on the t._v. and then they pop their bug up there in any event the problem is is that iran might get nuclear weapons and trump knows that that's a bad thing why does trump know this come sit interesting guy when you try to figure out what it is that you know is strategizing and so on and i think that unless you just have blinders on you got to acknowledge the trump is a lot smarter than many people thought that he was in terms of seeing the large picture bringing himself up to speed and so on the one thing that trump understands negotiation is leverage and bargaining chips it's why he's so frustrated that we aren't giving him a few years to deal with this tariff situation he believes he can cripple the chinese and that they will cave on prayed he just please let me do this i can solve this problem once and for all but i need time to play it out trump i just think is so focused on this because of his all you know all these negotiations he's done and all this the.
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"All right. What do we have this product beyond me, which isn't meat? No says they say it tastes pretty good. Yeah. And apparently, a lot of people think this could be the next best thing they went. They had their initial public offering and since that, and it was in may. There has been a spectacular surge in the stock price up more than five hundred seventy percent of five seven zero with the big number two big number, but shares of beyond meat fell twenty five percent yesterday after the last bullish analyst among the fake meat companies, underwriters said, look the company's great, but the stock is just too expensive. So they were down twenty five percent up five hundred seventy percent cares. Yeah. Yeah. There's also increasing competition in the space. There are reports now macdonalds may extend tests of a plant based burger made by Nestle. We knows it mainly soy. We know they're made a high. No, that's in there. But I don't know what the whole makeup is. No. All right. Elsewhere we have Elon Musk who says they might sell a boatload of cars along by back really? He says he's not concerned about demand for his tesla vehicles, the company's annual meeting. He told shareholders sales, this quarter could hit record levels. But there have been questions about demand. They've lingered after a disappointing, first quarter where deliveries were only sixty three thousand vehicles. Tesla has said it expects to deliver between ninety and one hundred thousand cars. This quarter of the stock is down thirty five percent since the beginning of the year. Well, but then lastly we have mortgage applications, a guess the slightest move in the interest rate interest rate, makes a huge, huge different. Yeah. Well, the thirty year fell to four point one two percent last week, and that just fed mortgage rate applications. They were up the most in four years, the mortgage. Anchors association index jumped twenty six point eight percent biggest increase in twenty fifteen and it's not the highest level in almost three years. It really their applications to buy homes. They were up ten percent the refinancing. That's where the business was that climbed forty six and a half percent. They're looking at the interest rates. How much differences a quarter point make it depends? Now. Say the two hundred thousand dollar house. I mean, well, look, you can either be, maybe you're taking equity out of the house, you need to cash. Or maybe you're just lowering your monthly payments, but anyway, it's putting more money in your pocket, which could help the economy that starting to show scientists softening. Okay. It's a futures are lower s and p futures down about three tenths percent. Eight points, NASDAQ down four tenths percent at thirty two points from the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Patrice Sikora on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl.
"twenty six point" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Back to the NBA. Curry curry pass to living string out in the corner. Six. Dre with a game to dagger from the left corner was shot that sealed the win for the warriors. They even the series at a game of peace. Raptors were down to at the time, raptors coach Nick nurse on that final sequence scored the basket and look up and there's twenty six point four something left. That's a definite foul situation. Right. You just they can hold it all the way to the end thought up there hit the rim. And the horns gonna go off been in that situation before. So usually usually under twenty eight twenty eight or more. You're going to play solid defensive twenty seven point nine or under you're not trying to try to follow. We had a couple of chances there on, on Draymond I think, Livingston, and then back to Draymond and then curry got it. And we didn't want file, but we put a good blitz on him. We almost made him throw it away. And I think if they're going to take a shot and give you a chance there, I'm gonna probably live with the one that ended up being taken, that's probably roll roll with that probably we should have filed before that. But like I said, he misses that we call timeout, we go down with the chance to win the ballgame. Unbelievably somehow Steph said after the game Doris, Burke that he thought it was in his words disrespectful to leave a player like Igwe Dala that wide open. What, what did you think of that? We weren't disrespected anybody we were up garden hard, and we put two on staff, and we hell he threw it almost right to qui-. Right. Pretty good defense. They're were scrambling around running around, like crazy, but. The next day he right. They found him. And like I said, if he's if he's take that goes the chance to get the ball back and win the game got probably live without it wouldn't like we're disrespected him and not not trying to guard him. We're in a trap and rotate out of there. And like to go back and try that again about ten times. More of doesn't go away. Series is one one heading to Oakland game three Wednesday here on ESPN radio. Sportscenter allnight back brought to you by ageless, male tonight, the ridiculously fast acting, nitric oxide booster that won't go unnoticed rushed to WalMart. Get ageless male tonight. Sunday night, baseball Yankees hosting the Red Sox hail fight swing and a fly ball, right field. Shallow Frazier charging charging. And then a fall for hit kick passed down the right field. Line coming into score is ceviche or Denver's should say shave is in third, and it's now eight two two.
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"But with a broad intelligence community overview, and then I would follow up with some specific remarks on defense. That's okay. Okay. Thank you. Ranking member newness and members of the community. Thank you for the opportunity to appear before you this morning to discuss diversity, and inclusion within the United States intelligence community. I am redesigns than I'm the US intelligence communities chief, diversity officer and director of Equal Employment Opportunity within the office of the director of national intelligence in my role. I lead the Icees enterprise approach to increasing diversity, creating a cultural conclusion and proactively preventing workplace discrimination. As you've indicated I'm joined today by the honorable Kerry banging. And Mr. Harry Coker. Deny coats and PDD, Gordon want the committee to know that is the leaders of the US intelligence community. They are personally committed to advancing a more diverse and inclusive workforce. Within the IC we define diversity broadly, to encompass the full range of experiences perspectives at affiliations that individuals share diversity includes characteristics, such as national origin, language race, color, sex, mental or physical abilities, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity social economic status veteran status family structure, multiple dimensions that make individuals unique and make America whole inclusion describes the culture that connects each employees to the organization it encourages collaboration flexibility and fairness and leverage is diversity throughout the organization. So that all individuals are able to participate and contribute to their full potential. The icy views diversity, and inclusion as mission critical priorities. Earlier this year director coats released the two thousand nineteen national intelligence strategy. It lays out a number of national security priorities, including counterterrorism, combating cyber threats. And it also includes an imperative that the is tea will forge and retain a diverse inclusive an expert workforce to address enduring an emerging requirements at an able mission success. The mission case for diversity, and clues is clear in the intelligence community in order to solve the complex and difficult challenges we face we must leverage diverse perspectives. For the fourth consecutive year. The deny publicly shared the Icees workforce demographic data. Is the data revealed that the I see is making progress? Overall diversity has steadily increased over the last several years, while my range of diversity data and trends is being shared at like to point out that a few highlights exist regarding workforce, representation, representation of minorities, in the workforce, increased to twenty six point two percent a trend that has been continuing over time. The representation of women in the workforce increased to thirty eight point eight percent and women continue to see gains and promotion rates within the I see with the percentage of women being promoted exceeding their representation in the overall workforce. The representation of persons with disabilities, increased to ten point seven percent. Well, then the icy leaders at all levels have implemented stronger accountability measures for creating and sustaining a culture that drives inclusion and connects all I see professionals to the mission best practices include mandatory unconscious bias training along with performance objectives that measure support of diversity and inclusion activities. Employees are empowered to advocate for and create organizational change through resource groups at affinity networks, that educate the workforce, raise awareness.
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"Marquette Catholic beat Vinson's fifty seven thirty six second straight championship so Nolan twenty six points fifteen. Rebounds. A oh kill the Winchester, fifty four forty two for their first state championship in girls basketball, three eight northwestern over Benton, central sixty one thirty nine for their second straight KENDALL Bostick twenty five points, fifteen boards. And in the nightcap HSE Hamilton southeastern come from behind win today. Overlords north fifty five forty four. They were down thirty seven thirty four and went on a twenty one seven run lead by Sydney Paris, thirty points, ten rebounds again agency, fifty five forty four. And lower tier college basketball. The tournament. Semifinals hand, the blonde sixty nine fifty nine Cam fails, nineteen points Transylvania be Franklin eight hundred seventy seven so that said something hand over Transylvania championship game tomorrow afternoon. Two o'clock at Hanover Albion be trying the MIA conference championship trying. Pete math misdemeanor employer's time expired, so I'll be on won the conference tournament championship seventy six seventy three Indiana, west lane in the crossroads league tournament semi-final over Marianne at the buzzer can coffee at three pointer they will play mount Vernon Nasreen of Ohio Tuesday night at seven o'clock now is a seventy nine seventy Indian attack one in their semi-final eighty three sixty eight over number two Madonna. They will point number ten cornerstone for the championship on Tuesday night, you Kokomo over east ninety seven ninety four q McLean. A three pointer at the budget will play West Virginia tech on Tuesday night in that are SE championship network sports, Iran Huber. Welcome back. Everyone. Mark forced to rejoice me on the Saint Vincent.
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"Sports play with college basketball. We're just two undefeated teams were still standing when play began on Saturday. But now, they're known fifteen still hasn't moved. Just stared alcohol guy goes to work with said on the tomor gets inside all the way to the hoop. David Shumate on the blue devil, IMG sports network RJ Barrett. With two of his thirty points is top rank Duke hands number four Virginia first loss in the season. Seventy two seventy meantime, second ranked Michigan losing its first game of the season, sixty four fifty four Wisconsin, Ethan happily the badgers with twenty six points, ten boards, seven assists. Elsewhere Texas took down number twenty Oklahoma, seventy five seventy two Zanga smoke Orland eighty nine sixty six Nevada used a big second half to roll past air force, sixty seven fifty two Houston handled south Florida sixty nine sixty Mississippi State got by vandy seventy one fifty five Tennessee sweet by Alabama. Seventy one sixty eighth of also won twelve in a row their longest winning streak in forty two years Purdue took out twenty fifth ranked Indiana seventy to fifty five is the hoosiers lose their fourth straight. Meanwhile, West Virginia trying to perhaps salvage it season at home against seventh rank Kansas mountaineers down on top of the circle by Derek Hct walks out of fourteen now back to Hailey. Between the circles. Fox's here's Haley penetrated to the bucket. Up. Herediano mountaineer sports network from IMG Germain Haley with the game winning layup as West Virginia improves to nine nine with a sixty five sixty four win over the jayhawks number twelve Kentucky survived against fourteen Auburn eighty to eighty Wildcats found a way to win it despite blowing a seventeen point lead Baylor surprise, number eight, Texas Tech seventy three sixty two NC state got by Notre Dame, seventy seven seventy three ole miss drilled, Arkansas. Eighty four sixty seven North Carolina down Miami, eighty five seventy six and Virginia. Tech took care. Wake forest. Eighty seven seventy one NBA the nuggets buried the Cavaliers won twenty four one zero to Niccolo Yokich for the triple double nineteen point seven boards, and twelve assists. The rockets overcame a twenty one point deficit to knock off the Lakers..
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"By by Quinton good the knocking away from behind Marshall penetrates feeds inside the hangar. Doc ID get right now Nause Marshall Jo he had quit Goodman left corner. And it was kind of a two on three. Br secondary break Villanova had to make a decision and Nancy Marshall with a quick zipped past Zach Hankinson flushed at home for his twelve point of the first half out the bailiffs I ours threes and airball picked out of the air bike Crosby Roundtree right of the bucket back out the PASCAL. He fires a three point shot. He's got it. He was just waiting patiently outside the lie. Cottage stepped into it mail it twenty six twenty six point lead for Villanova. Suddenly Villanova's point out some offensive rebounds making the musketeers paid those abors China rebound out of that zone. Good. And top of the key bluff strives, the Lancaster the rib. Lays it up and misses the layup inside the balls to the free throw line poorly air by PASCAL Xavier is I'm gonna count for those. Now that have literally rolled around the rim in a moment of indecision only to fall out of favor for the musketeers off the rim. Six point lead Villanova was seven twenty two to play in the first half. Musketeers again, the zone booth feeds down low inside around three. It is time hankins goes through the block round free fakes she gets Ballet's it in for drew potential three point blank. Twenty eight to twenty two stores. Timeout is called here in Philadelphia. We're gonna take a break against seven seventeen to go. First half twenty eight twenty in favor of the Wildcats over the musketeers..
"twenty six point" Discussed on Even Money
"For unbelievable insight that you could never even dream of getting anywhere else. Ton kind of planted in cheek they're a little bit about before. Actually, Steve we get. To our wild card weekend picks. We gotta do what we do every week. Which should we gotta recap? Thanks to the Birdman. Todd Bergman at L Birdman. We gotta go over our grades and react to them. What we learned what we did. Well, what we didn't do well and see where we finished up for the regular season. So let's do it. All right, Steve. Let's look at last week. You ended up up one unit. I was up two units. I would have been up a lot more. But you talked me into that teaser teaser stink. I hate you for telling me to do that teaser. His messing with you. But obviously, I put three units on it. And the Packers lost thirty one to nothing. So there in lies the rub with the teasers. I thought I thought if you went so naive. I I thought if you went like if you tease it down six points for one team you had to tease the other one up go the opposite direction. So I was mistaken. So I lost three units. There. You lost two units for New England and the jets the jets would show up. They did not you put I lost two more units. There you put two units on the patriots Steve on the under and the final scores thirty eight to three the total was forty five and a half finished thirty eight to three jets. No show actually helped you there. Then I put two units on the under forty one. I didn't picture Baltimore. And Cleveland scoring nearly that many. Points. They got to fifty the ravens I didn't think they get twenty six points. And then the ravens also they just totally didn't cover a couple of Brown's receivers. Twenty six twenty four was the final you put a unit on the under for the giants. And the Cowboys that game went way over and we both went on a pretty good run with the the the later games on the slate. I had the falcons Lang one for two units. They won by two. So I crushed that one. Clearly, then we get to our best bet last week. We had two best pets teaser that proved to me the teasers are stupid or else. The Packers are stupid because they decided not even try to play in their last game. I wish I would've known that anyway bears. Vikings. We both liked the under and that killed it was under two units. Under forty one score finished twenty four to ten the bears once. A nice to unit. I put two units on the chargers laying six and a half. That didn't look real great for a while. Thankfully for me. Steve Anthony Lynn kept playing his guys the whole game. And so they won twenty three to nine you get to this Niners and the Rams I put two units on San Francisco getting ten points. And unbelievable. I mean, the us check fumble the Molins interception. I still feel like that was the right side to be on. And then ultimately for the colts..