36 Burst results for "Utah"

Fresh update on "utah" discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

00:52 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "utah" discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"When Golden State was able to play loony all the way throughout the playoffs and draymond, right? It's like two, two non shooters. It's because they have literally the best shooters of all time on their team. And so I think where teams get in trouble is like, oh, well, my bid gets ran off the floor. It's typically not happening defensively as much as it is happening offensively and they're just hemorrhaging points on the other end because they just can't punish switches. And then I think with Utah, I think the conversation of like, well, Rudy got ran off the floor. Partially true, partially he's like they had terrible parameter defenders that really kind of left him out to dry. But what hurt him more than anything is like when it is 5 out Rudy can't do anything about it. And so does miss punch teams on the offensive end is what you're saying. Right. Does Minnesota have the offensive firepower between the low towns trio to make it happen? I'm skeptical. Obviously that's something they're betting on. Maybe they have something up their sleeves in the future. But I'm skeptical. I'm skeptical. There's enough offensive play creating talent there to make it work in the deepest rounds of the playoff regular season. I think it would be a pain in the ass and play against and they're going to probably be like a 51 team. They're going to be good. Yeah. I honestly think they might win more than 50 games in regular season. Like this is going to be an awesome regular season team. To the other side, Utah, this is an incredible informed bat. Like these picks, these deals where you trade a star for draft halls, right? The Paul George trade, the drew holiday trade. The James Harden trade, right? That's maybe the best example right now because essentially what the rockets did was they made an informed bet that the Brooklyn Nets would blow up and thus they would get all of this value in the 2023 to 2027 drafts, basically. I think this is an incredible informed by Utah. It might not work. You can't predict the future, right? But it's a very good informed bet to bet on a team that now has two guys playing the center position as their best players. I think that what Minnesota's best hope is that Anthony Edwards usurps both those guys and becomes the best player on the team. But right now, the way that this deal looks, they have two teams who are two players in the same position that are somewhat overlapping. I guess you can say Carl can play the four, but I'm skeptical of that defensively. Utah now has a situation where I think that these picks are going to be very valuable. If I remember correctly, two of these picks, 2027, 2029 picks. Come after Rudy Gobert's contract expires, even. So this is a very good informed bet in my opinion. By the Utah Jazz to get all of these assets to get walker Kessler, who is an interesting room protector for the style of play. They've employed previously to get Jared Vanderbilt, who's an incredibly versatile, like that's the thing like Jared Vanderbilt, I thought had a case to get all defense votes this year. He was like The Rock that kind of held them together with his ability to fly over the court and help. I kind of love that acquisition for them. I think that there's a chance they rehabilitate his value to where they might be able to move them for like a late first round pick..

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Winners, losers from the Rudy Gobert trade to the Timberwolves

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Winners, losers from the Rudy Gobert trade to the Timberwolves

"A person with knowledge of the deal says senator Rudy Gobert has been dealt by the jazz to the Timberwolves for four first round draft picks between 2023 and 2029 along with Patrick Beverly Malik Beasley and the rights to 2022 first rounder walker Kessler ESPN first reported the deal and says Jared Vanderbilt is also going to Utah The AP is also learned that Chicago guard Zach lavine and trailblazer center Yusuf nurkic are staying put after accepting new contracts and that the Celtics have required guard Malcolm Brogdon from the pacers for a 2023 first round pick and 5 backup forwards I'm Dave

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:31 a.m. EDT

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 3 d ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:31 a.m. EDT

"AP sports I'm John leather bait the Astros scored four times in the first as they pummel the mets 9 one in New York in The Bronx a marwin Gonzalez second inning solo shot gave the Yankees a two one win over Oakland A person with direct knowledge of the decisions as Lakers guard Russell Westbrook exercising his option to play for just over $47 million next season The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because neither was broken or the leakers revealed the decision publicly a person with knowledge of the negotiations had Celtics assisted will hardy has accepted an offer to become the coach of the Utah Jazz Hardly in the jazz were in the process of finalizing contract language according to the prison who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because neither side announced the deal publicly Brooks Koepka the latest PGA golfer to defect of the live series he will play his first tournament in its U.S. debut starting Thursday near Portland I'm John leatherbee AB sports

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Abortion-states intro vcr

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 d ago

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"Texas and Tennessee are the latest states to have abortion laws decided in the local courts today a federal court allowed Tennessee to ban abortions as early as 6 weeks into pregnancy while a Texas judge temporarily blocked enforcement of that state's ban on virtually all abortions in a flurry of activities set off at courthouses across the U.S. by the overturning of roe V wade roughly half the state's are expected to prohibit or severely limit abortion now that the Supreme Court has left it up to them since Friday judges have agreed to allow bans or other restrictions to take effect in Alabama Ohio South Carolina Tennessee and Utah but abortion bans remained temporarily blocked in some states including Louisiana Texas and Utah decisions are pending in other places including Florida and Indiana I'm Julie Walker

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Abortion battles in state courts after Supreme Court ruling

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Abortion battles in state courts after Supreme Court ruling

"The battle over abortion is in state courts around the country now that the Supreme Court has overturned roe V wade taking away federal protections Judges in Utah and Louisiana temporarily blocking trigger laws that would ban abortion clinics there now back and open but Kathleen Pittman with hope medical group for women in Shreveport worries for how long The best I can hope for is that we have some time at least to address the needs of some of these women you know we're being a nun dated with calls begging for appointments and we were already operating off a very long waiting list Activists also went to court to try to fend off restrictions in Arizona Texas Idaho Kentucky and Mississippi The state at the center of the Supreme Court ruling in South Carolina court lifted its prior hold on a restriction allowing the state to ban abortions after an ultrasound detects a heartbeat in Florida advocates asked a judge to block a new law that bans the procedure after 15 weeks I'm Julie Walker

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With Roe v. Wade overturned, here's where things stand with ‘trigger’ laws and pre-Roe bans

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

With Roe v. Wade overturned, here's where things stand with ‘trigger’ laws and pre-Roe bans

"The Supreme Court ruling overturning roe V wade on Friday is expected to lead to abortion bans in roughly half the U.S. states with some already taking effect Missouri became the first state to ban all abortions except in cases of medical emergencies the 12 other states with trigger laws that would effectively ban all our most abortions Arkansas Idaho Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi North Dakota Oklahoma South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah and Wyoming The laws are nuanced depending on the states such as the case in Alabama Arizona and West Virginia All Republican run all sorting through various halts to abortion the court's decision sets up the potential for legal fights between states banning abortion and those not over whether providers and those who help women obtain

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Santander homers, points to dad in the stands, O's edge Rays

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Santander homers, points to dad in the stands, O's edge Rays

"Anthony Santander blasted a first stinting home run onto Baltimore's Utah street Cedric Mullins followed up with an RBI double in the third and that proved enough for the Orioles as they beat the Tampa Bay Rays two to one They had to do it without their scheduled starter Jordan lyles scratched with a stomach virus forcing manager Brandon Hyde into a bullpen game The Oz used 7 pitchers Austin both the recent waiver claim from the nationals started throwing two and two thirds scoreless innings with four strikeouts Picked up the win and Jorge Lopez earned his 11th save I'm Ben

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'Saving Nine' Author Senator Mike Lee Is Sounding the SCOTUS Alarm

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:19 min | 3 weeks ago

'Saving Nine' Author Senator Mike Lee Is Sounding the SCOTUS Alarm

"I'm talking this hour with senator Mike Lee of Utah. He has written a book, brand new book called saving 9. The fight against the left sedation plan to pack the Supreme Court and destroy American liberty. I have to tell you, senator, I thank God for you and for the handful of senators and congressmen who are vigilant, who understand what we're facing. When you talk about the idea that Joe Biden and his administration want to do things like this, this is only one example. But these are horrifying. They're dramatically un American to the point of being anti American. It seems that a marxists have taken over our government and they're trying to dismantle it from within. It's a little, it's a little bit comforting when you think that, well, we had this with FDR as well. But of course, he didn't succeed too dramatically, but it is frightening, and I'm just glad that you're sounding the alarm that you're aware of this. And that you've written a book, brand new book called saving 9. What would Biden need to do to bring this about? And again, this is to me, this is where when people say, well, it's politics. This is politics in the most negative sense. It's what can we get away with to destroy everything? That's effectively what is happening here. I mean, it's happening across the spectrum. But this is what's happening with the judiciary. Yeah. This is a really devious trick. And the reason is Eric, it's an act that is hostile to the constitution, has the potential sort of like removing the plug from a boat before you launch it, to sink the constitution. And yet court packing itself is not unconstitutional. It should be, and that's why we've got legislation introduced that would make it part of the constitution. But as of right now, you could do it statutorily. So Joe Biden would need to bring this about. He could pass it in the House of Representatives with a yawn. It had been no difficulty there. In the Senate, the only real obstacle is the filibuster,

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What Led Senator Mike Lee to Write About Court Packing

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 3 weeks ago

What Led Senator Mike Lee to Write About Court Packing

"Right now I get to talk to senator Mike Lee of Utah. He has a brand new book out really brand new. It's called saving 9. The fight against the left's audacious plan to pack the Supreme Court and destroy American liberty, not that there's anything wrong with that. Senator Mike Lee, welcome back to the program. Thank you very much, Eric. Good to be with you. Most of us have heard a lot of crazy things among them, the idea that the left wants to pack the Supreme Court and really destroy America. Let's cut to the chase. They want to destroy America by packing the Supreme Court. It's sometimes when we hear these things, they sound so crazy, at least I tend not to take them seriously because I can't bear to take them seriously, but I'm glad that someone like you has taken it seriously. But what led you a sitting United States senator to write a book addressing this threat? Yeah, so Eric, I started becoming concerned about this, beginning in the fall of 2020. When Joe Biden was debating Ben president Trump. And Joe Biden was asked about court packing. I hope I expected I assumed that the answer would be no, because Joe Biden, as a senator, it always said it's a terrible idea. Basically, every legal scholar, historian, everyone, over the last 80, 85 years, has said that court packing is a bad idea. Joe Biden didn't say no. Joe Biden hammed in hogs so much that I'd worried about it. A few months later, he appointed a commission to look at the idea of packing the Supreme Court. That's when I really started to panic. Because I realized we haven't talked about this in a long time as a society. And as far as I could tell, no one had written a book outlining exactly what happened the last time someone tried to pack the Supreme Court, which was Franklin D. Roosevelt, who is the idol of president Joe Biden back in 1937. I realized this story has never been told and it needs to be told because people need to realize what the dire consequences

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Maj Toure: There's a Larger Plan by Dems Behind Red Flag Laws

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 3 weeks ago

Maj Toure: There's a Larger Plan by Dems Behind Red Flag Laws

"This what they're doing showcases a bigger move on a chessboard and shows their general intent in regards to the lack of respect that they have for law enforcement that they say they love and care for so much Because they're not going to go to execute the red flag and get me out of north Philly where I live or any of my friends They're going to send law enforcement guys First year second year whatever they're going to send guys in there with firearms because someone said that I may have something And doing so where's that gun that you want to give to your son They don't care about law enforcement so much that they would send them in Texas in Florida and Georgia and Utah They would send these law enforcement officers to a place to violate someone's Fourth Amendment rights then violate their Second Amendment right Potentially putting those law enforcement officers at risk of death because the constitutional guys that I know that know that they just want to be left alone like old dudes Listen you need to whip or snap Leave the old dude alone He just wants to have his sandwich have a great day go to work and go home You keep poking that bear to those constitution freedom liberty loving Americans that are actually the salt of the earth Those are the people that you're picking on Veterans law enforcement agencies and law enforcement officers retired and things like that People working class people to just want to do the right thing You'll send law enforcement officers there and you'll have a potential where there will be a standoff

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Maj Toure: How Red Flag Laws Would Violate 2nd & 4th Amendment

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Maj Toure: How Red Flag Laws Would Violate 2nd & 4th Amendment

"Because they're not going to go to execute the red flag and get me out of north Philly where I live or any of my friends They're going to send law enforcement guys First year second year whatever they're going to send guys in there with firearms because someone said that I may have something And doing so where's that gun that you want to give to your son They don't care about law enforcement so much that they would send them in Texas in Florida and Georgia and Utah They would send these law enforcement officers to a place to violate someone's Fourth Amendment rights then violate their Second Amendment right Potentially putting those law enforcement officers at risk of death because the constitutional guys that I know that know that they just want to be left alone like old dudes Listen you need to whip or snap Leave the old dude alone He just wants to have his sandwich have a great day go to work and go home You keep poking that bear to those constitution freedom liberty loving Americans that are actually the salt of the earth Those are the people that you're picking on Veterans law enforcement agencies and law enforcement officers retired and things like that People working class people to just want to do the right thing You'll send law enforcement officers there and you'll have a potential where there will be a standoff That's how much they don't care That's how much that they are willing to get power by any means because the vast majority of people will just comply because the general public wants to do the right thing We don't want to break laws We don't want to be violent We've generally aren't So with that being the case that just shows how much they don't care The irony is again same thing with these guys right in this stuff If they said you know what We really think these are weapons of war We want to principally say we don't even want law enforcement to have these If you really thought that you know why they wouldn't do that because they'd wind up having to say the same exact thing that we as firearms owners say

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Extreme Athlete Tom Jones Is Quit-Proof

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | Last month

Extreme Athlete Tom Jones Is Quit-Proof

"Having a fun and important conversation. I like all my conversations to be fun and important with Tom Jones. He's an extreme athlete marine veteran doing something right now that is amazing. He is running across most of the country a marathon a day to draw attention to the ideas of patriotism, faith, and specifically united we pledge dot org, building a replica of this American village that's in montevallo, Alabama. They want to do that in Utah, which is where he's going to end up. So Tom, I got to ask you, when you're running, at what pace do you run so that this is possible? Because I mean, I just really, again, can hardly imagine to go 26 miles in a day, and then to do it the next day and the next day, how do you, what have you settled into at this point that makes this possible for you? Is 26.2 miles a day and I can tell you one thing that was the last 6.2 miles, those are the ones that kick your butt. So what I've settled into is a piece of right around four to 5 miles an hour. I mean, it's just unbelievable to me that you are able to do this. And so you're doing this every day and you're about halfway from montevallo, Alabama to this place in Utah. So where does that put you now in Texas? Yeah, that puts me in Arlington, Texas, so we're approaching halfway through it. And so I think in two days, we'll have been at this 30 days. We're going to be doing 76 of them in a row. This time, you know, last time I did this, I did a 121 marathons in a row, but that was back in 2000. And my piece was much faster than it is now, although, you know, it's just a matter of being quit proof, man.

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'United We Pledge' Is Recreating an American Village in Alabama

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:23 min | Last month

'United We Pledge' Is Recreating an American Village in Alabama

"Now, I want to ask you, so you're saying that united we pledge already has something called the American village in montevallo, Alabama, because I had not heard about this till today. No, no, what I'm saying is that Montebello Alabama is an American village. And the united we pledge has partnered with a company called balance of nature and they've procured about 40 acres of land in Utah that they're going to recreate an American village there. That's what I'm saying. So there is an American village in Alabama already. Yes. But I had not heard about this. I want to go to montevallo, Alabama now that I've literally not heard about this. And you should. I hadn't heard about it either until they brought it up, and then when they brought it up to me and they came up with this idea of me running from Montevideo Alabama to saint George, you don't have to break around for this thing. You know, I think that we have a whole mind body, right? You have your gut, you have your heart, you have your head, and all three have brain cells. My gut just goes, go for it. My heart was like, oh, you gotta do this. You know? And then my mind just said, yeah, it's a resounding yes. This is the right time, the right place, and the right thing. So then when I visited montevallo, Alabama and saw with my own two eyes, the impact that this American village had with these kids, it was just like, oh man, let's get going.

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Next battle over access to abortion will focus on pills

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Next battle over access to abortion will focus on pills

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Josh Mandel: J. D. Vance Has Been Camped out in Silicon Valley

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Josh Mandel: J. D. Vance Has Been Camped out in Silicon Valley

"Today and in the past you've been backed by Tea Party organizations You've been backed by gun rights organizations You've been backed by outsider organizations You've been the outsider fighting all the time when you were treasurer You were the outsider fighting the entrenched government in Ohio and so forth I'm just asking you a straight question Was JD Vance anywhere to be seen or heard No word I mean literally this guy's been camped out in Silicon Valley for years his personal bread his business bread and his campaign bread is all buttered by Silicon Valley I mean like I said earlier I think he's a Silicon Valley sleeper cell And that's what he'll be in Washington as well And I think a lot of the people here in Ohio see JD advance and that's why they're going to reject them at the ballot box tomorrow And for any of you listeners that want to learn more about Ohio or their other parts of the country the websites real easy It's Josh mandel dot com J O S MAN to EL dot com It's not too late to pitch in if you want to go on there and pitch in ten bucks 20 bucks 50 bucks whatever it is We'll use the vote activities tonight and tomorrow We've got a huge get out the vote operation through churches and through pro gun groups and through pro life groups As you mentioned Mark I am the only candidate in the race that's endorsed by the national association of gun rights which is a no compromise not given an inch constitutional rights gun group I'm also the only candidate in the race endorsed by the right to life action coalition of Ohio who are the pointy tip of the spear leaders in the right to life movement and as mentioned been endorsed by senator Ted Cruz of Texas senator Mike Lee of Utah senator Cynthia lummis of Wyoming these are all senators who were endorsed by Jim demint in the Senate conservatives

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What Can We Do About Faux Conservatives?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:06 min | 2 months ago

What Can We Do About Faux Conservatives?

"I had one question for you. And it's really simple one. What's your thoughts on those people that call themselves conservatives? But they sort of partake in the activities of what the liberal left is doing. I just want to know your thoughts on that. Elaborate. So for instance, you have, yeah, someone said Mitt Romney. Oh, he's a great example. Mitt Romney? Jeez, but Romney's not a conservative. He's a liberal that calls himself a conservative. And so if you vote for katangi Brown Jackson and you tell me that you're a conservative, like that dog doesn't hunt. That's not going to happen. So what do we do about it? I guess is your question? I don't know. I mean, what are my thoughts? Don't think very highly of those people. That's for certain. Here's the thing. I get more frustrated with and this is my own personal beliefs on this topic. I get more frustrated with Republicans that betray their voters than Democrats who do what they say they're going to do and are super routed. I get more frustrated with that. Personally, when I see Republicans get political power and they turn their backs on the people that actually put them there like Mitt Romney in Utah, which is one of the most conservative states in the

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Luka Donic, Mavericks beat Jazz to advance to second round

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Luka Donic, Mavericks beat Jazz to advance to second round

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Update on the latest sports

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Mark Had a Very Interesting Relationship With Senator Orrin Hatch

Mark Levin

01:06 min | 2 months ago

Mark Had a Very Interesting Relationship With Senator Orrin Hatch

"They also want to mention senator orrin hatch we had quite an interesting relationship When I was a very young man in first came to Washington D.C. one of the senators I admired the most Was orrin hatch even before I came to Washington D.C. he was elected at a very young age memory serves 42 or 44 years old for the first office he ever ran for United States Senate He was a lawyer That was it I think it was 44 And he took out a long-term moderate actually a Liberal Democrat who pretended to be a moderate Had won two or three terms out of Utah And he want to see as part of a wave of reaganism Now I don't mean they ran the same year But Reagan was rising he was rising in the Republican Party He was challenging Gerald Ford and

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"utah" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

05:02 min | 10 months ago

"utah" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

"It provided exactly what i was looking for many many highs and lows. You know as you all would know. Probably an emotional roller coaster throughout the thing you could feel so strong lap than the next lap you feel like i can't even take another step ciano exactly what i'm talking about. And if you feel like superman one you know you could be in for seven hours. We feel like superman. You're like holy crap this amazing but then the next lap. You're like my feet. My legs feel like there are hundreds of pounds each. You know like just taking a step like the thought of getting back to bottom and then looking up and going guy. We're doing this again. That was it that was it not taking a left the lodge to the tents to the concert taking wrote to go back up marco lick you heard these stories a million times right so take us back to genesis two twenty nine twenty nine average thing and you create something that really is making people talk like this throughout. I heard so many of these stories and continue to so kudos to you and take us behind it. Mar look perfect. All the credit goes to my team executing the vision. It's one thing to have an idea and put it into action. It's another to have people believe and execute. What you have in your head. And i believe i have the best team the business that does that And just quickly nathan. Yeah thank you for your service. And i'll tell you you talking about your wife. I got an email yesterday for participant. Who did our first utah event. Ania mcguire who wrote this beautiful letter. And first of all we get them a lot. And i'm not none of them. I could get them every single day every minute of the day because it gives me so much just purpose. Really and in his letter was he. Climate mount thirteen times trying to figure out what is water and you never nodded any finished and he went back up to the summit and his wife was helping other people finish in some. And that's the true community that twenty nine and twenty nine. Is you know it's not a race it. It truly is a humorous you challenge but but by not pitting you against the other participants would it does is it. It does right. And i was excited to get on this podcast and and beyond with three out of the pleasure hiking west insuring amount west antioch competing against but but doing something we all individual reasons but you wanna see. Each person gets to that summit as many times as possible. So you know. I can't believe that just for years ago. An idea around taking something that existed in the biking world A lot of professional cyclists would go everest on a hill and it was a game to do as a professional cyclist region. Right up hill. Ride down at to climb twenty nine thousand nine feet and it was pretty much something that was done solo and done for strada kudos right now and i thought. Wow that was very interesting. I was getting into trail running. Running fifteen hundred mile runs..

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"utah" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"utah" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

"And sometimes i do share personal stuff in here it is. I wanted to bring on a couple of guys that i hiked with their actually much more fit in up the mountain and i were. I was with through six hours to do with these guys. did it. In twenty hours one hours took me close to thirty. But i did get it done. They were part of these. Two hundred nyc minded people that really lifting for physical mental challenges and persevere. And that's what we talk about here. So i'm going to bring in two of those guys. And the co founder of the event without further. Do a discussion about this experience. I had this weekend. That was extraordinary and exceptional climbing mount everest in utah with the twenty nine twenty nine ever seen group one thing in the business sports that i rarely do sort of bring in my world outside of talking about what's going on in sports in the nfl in business and legal stuff. I usually do but this one of those times as you heard me last week. Talk about while. I was sitting in utah waiting for the challenge. I was headed out to everest. Not not the real everest but not everson utah. The group is called twenty nine twenty nine ever staying and what a group it is so i went out there and from friday saturday with a weekend surrounding it. We climb the equivalent of mount everest. Stunts snowbasin resort in utah. So what i wanna do. This week was bring on some fellow warriors and to that i got to know really well and of course the leader one of the founders and operators of twenty nine hundred twenty nine. Who's become a good friend as well..

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"utah" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

03:54 min | 10 months ago

"utah" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

"Let me do a quick ramp before we get to our special segment about mount everest in utah about climbing this unique time. It's the first time we've had. Nfl cuts before labor day. Because we don't have a fourth preseason game. They've changed the calender when they expanded the regular season in the nfl. To seventeen games this will be the first year of that. So just my thoughts on cut down day. I went through so many of them. I certainly don't miss that about being with the packers. I miss a lot about being with a team but This is something. I certainly don't miss. 'cause you're telling twenty-something players their dreams ogre their dreams deferred now. I know you bring back some of the players on practice squads but you shedding a lot of people and playing football since they're eight years old. It's tough you learn a lot about people when you release them somewhat bitter salon angry fist pumped i get it and sometimes yet security i had security come in when i did. Tell guys or say goodbye guys. They're just pissed. And i get it but you also learn about them. Some were very humble. Some were very appreciative. There were some that made me feel worse for cutting them than they felt about being cut. Those are the ones i remember. Those are the people that think about in this weekend. Those are the people that i said to myself and others. They'll be successful. So the process is the progress per personnel director. Usually reggie mckenzie back in the day with the packers would call these guys very simple. Come in bring your playbook and within an hour to. They're on a flight out. Gone it's over. You become a former player in the nfl in a row phone call. So that's how fleeting it is. And i always think about that. When people talk about pro careers it is so fleeting. It rarely ever stays now. The people you see on tv. They're lucky ones. They've made it and some made it in tom. Brady's case twenty something years but they're out outliers their true outliers and then sometimes the player meet with position coach. And if case of a real star they'll meet with head coach but then it's over there moving on nets the nature of the nfl. They're already preparing for gang. One week one and so these players are gone. They're like outta mind. That's how it goes now. The other issues the vaccination issue i know that coaches are saying it's not a factor in their cuts. Of course it is an urban meyer at the jaguars actually said it. He said the quiet part out loud. And yeah of course you look at all kinds of things..

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"utah" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"utah" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"Not asian. so we have you have to fly into into salt lake city to go to moab yeah right and it's like a four hour drive you get to salt lake city and i'm sorry if there's any salt lake city listeners. There your town is boring. it's trash is trash you've been there have been there. Oh my god. Maybe if there's some salt lake listener fans out there you can tell me where it is but when i looked it up the big attraction that i saw was they had the first kfc franchise there. They opened with that. Yes with the church just fine. I know there are a lot of churches and then we on the way out. We ate at this one place very cool. It was good you know. I think that's awesome breweries. So maybe there's a vibe like that. But i'm so sick of fucking cities using breweries. Yes i went to columbus. 'cause i mentioned oklahoma fucking from there but like i went there and you know when i was in high school no breweries. Maybe there was like the bud light factory. We have cool breweries now. I went back from my friends. Like three or four years ago and like so many microbrewery acid and guys beer. It's like a a city starter. Pack but i go into this. And i'm like i don't know i just feel like i'm just taking a fucking tour of factory i. It's not impressive to me that there's a big ten can with beard. Yeah we. I know how i can look how to make beer on google. Yeah i don't know. Maybe i'm not trying to hate breweries or small cities but i i don't think that's what makes the city. You can't call yourself a hip city brewery going on. Look at this microbrews. We've got a guy we have. People do brewery tours right. Yeah i don't like i just flexing moorland and i think if anything that makes you not a city. Well i think that's an interesting point. Because i think Breweries are really good to put on my urban development hat on here. Yes it's a good place. It's a safe place for white people because it's not a bar you're at a brewery so it's like artisanal right. It takes a mad land. Yeah right brewers have big square footage is right so you can park your truck. They're they're very if he has a working class field. Even though it's not working class feels like yeah. Yeah it feels like oh look. I'm i'm with with the people. It's not toilets these french people. I remember it is. I maybe like the hipsters go into it as if walking into like an old ford factory or something that kinda like about working class. Caller you you like you like being tough. You like mud. Nineteen yeah exactly so. I think i think that's the aesthetic. Oh man we're like really getting to the oh the sociology of brewery yada. But anyways don't come at us if you're from salt lake city. I mean it was it was it was fine. It was fine and then group utah and we had to drive drove to moab we drive out amoah we and on the way we stop by the taco place which was delicious. It was it was awesome but but next to that place was a military surplus like yard sale. It was not a store. It was a military parking lot. Yes literally. i'm sorry. What is a military surplus store. Can you sell guns so at this particular military surplus yard sale. I say that. Because i don't know that has a store by the way that sounds like a cool indie band name. I took them up and military service yard sale. It's pretty cool. Sounds really good. Brewery opened for fleet foxes. Yeah dude it was. So i saw the sign i had seen the sign on the way to moab and i wanted to stop but i we were kind of running late so on the way back i saw it and i was gonna stop here. Stopped the car get out. I'm park in the car. And i'm like this is a bad idea. I was like literally wife my right here with me. This is a bad idea. Like oh my god. My husband is grew into fucking staff. Like what's going to happen right now. But i get out and the two guys. I don't know what they are but they were very nice. They they were just like oh. Hey you know. Like thanks for stopping. They like made some jokes. I like innocuous jokes like a high. Yeah not not not like this filipino. That of the same guy guys everywhere. Like oh how's it going hard enough for you jokes and and i was and it was like what you said. It's it really is like military surplus like they had like old boots that were like recently used the like old uniforms the end and then eventually he's like. Oh yeah you know so. Check out anything you want. You know blah blah. Let me know how much the price we can work on it. Also i've got ammo so if you want ammo. And he had boxes and boxes of ammo stacked up means bullets bullets ammo bullet. He had bullets. I did want to ask them. You got a forty five. Acp anyways but you know he's got all kinds of ammo right then. I guess i don't know if this is like you know. I love going to stores and thrift store right. Oh there's such a good deal. Oh my god. I can't believe they have this really cool cowboy hat. I don't know if this is equivalent where you're like. I can't believe he's got forty five. Acp eight dollars a box saying like. I didn't know what was going to be that situation. There was another guy there who was trying to buy the whole thing. It was like yeah man. You know if you can't win this game you call. And i'll buy every single thing. I was like how much ammo neat but there were again. Very nice about it. And that was okay and i do want to say that was a military surplus place. Because i later on when i get to california i go to another military surplus place okay and that was kind of way of different vibe but i went to utah utah california. Yeah i went to california. And i was at the airport. We're having to have a drink before our flight and dumbfounded. Who's been on the show who jump jump park. He's been on the show he's great. He has a comedy show. I don't la and he slides to my dm's. Or maybe i slide his. I can't remember anyways. This is very important detail. And he's like hey man come through to this to this show. We're having tonight and messaging him and i was like. Oh i'm not sure. If i'm gonna land in time you know blah blah and i do the math and i'm like okay we. We will land in time. But i i still got clear this with my wife right so it was like it was like girl. Do you want a cool. If we do this comedy show. We would uber their will uber out of it. It'll be chill. I think it'll be show. I know we have all of our luggage but like hey l. a. We can kind of like the stuff it somewhere. Yeah and this is how i know again. That she's the real one because he looks at me and she's like let's do it. You know it was like i suggested. Let's rob a bank screw. We needed you one more score you winner out. And she's just like takes a swig of tequila and kisses me and she's to like this. This is my last job last job. More job and roll up to what is a comedy show as if if a comedy show was inside of fast and furious shasta dumbfounded for the show that he has. It's in it's in k. Town okay and in la the parking scarce so what a lot of like kind of stores. We'll have the parking the back and they'll have a gate and it's guarded by someone because they want to make sure that it's only for the customers so they had to clear out a lot of this parking so that they had a lot.

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"utah" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"utah" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"All sorts of criers but okay. Thank you most of your money and again if you wanna get on the patriot dot com slash asian that asian part and scrap in return. You get shout out loud. Your dmc get bonus. Episodes is a good time moving onto our theme for this week. This one's all you. I'm gonna let you lead this one. Because i been two weeks i've i did. I did two episodes without you know anyone with woody. Oh you did. Yeah because i was like. I was like i have the time going to do it. All he was really fun. You know what's gonna fuck you. You know what's going to do. I'm going to have to play it out on my speakers. stuffed pillows with your face on it and i'll just like insert myself into what s type film that and release that next week. We like mike guys might win at the mike cut us neither good. It'll be black and white. It's four hours longer of the cgi into the episode like. Oh yeah you know such a good point for me god Yeah so. I have been away. And as i said was saying at the top of the show I was away on my like you know little like brake vacation thing. Yup it's like a two parter. Because the first part was i went to utah. And the second part i went to california and i know it seems like real privileged me to say that like i went to california not on vacation. But it really. Wasn't it feel like when we were from there. I'm from there had to do all sorts shit. We'll get into that but like the theme of the show is is taking a long road trip. Asian or not asian. We should talk about that too. Do you take a long long road trips. I've taken a couple with my friends. Drove to california from utah. We didn't drive from california to utah but the the well hold on we do. You do have to drive from salt lake city to to mo- app which is four hours long okay. Like automatically is a super long drive and it just reminded me of all the times. I used to take long road trips. I've mentioned this before on the podcast. I used to think. I used to take these long road trips with my with my parents and you know because they didn't know what was going to happen. You know we would be packing heat gun under the just thought. That was what you did as a kid. I was like. Oh can't gotta go on the road trip. You know what you gotta pack boiled eggs. You know some gatorade okay. Some pillows and you're you're fucking thirty eight special okay. You just don't know what you're going to get into a school field trip to dc. This habitant i do have my i have. I've got my forty five is that okay. Yeah that was it But yeah. I mean i think i went to utah and i went to moab and moab for people to know is like the desert or whatever. And it's it's crazy. So i guess america what is america now used to be under water like under the ocean at the bottom though okay and like mad layers of this is all should learn on wikipedia after the like all these layers of shit like sediment and and like salt or whatever the fuck it is all these things like piled on top in the ocean. Okay okay this is. This is before the dinosaurs. Okay okay so it was like piled up eventually all that shit moved around and be it got exposed and because of all these layers like getting exposed it broke open and like it starts eroding right just just like anything else right. It just starts eroding and you're all these canyons and all these like what they call hutus which are like spikes and towers and arches the famous arches that they have more of these giant arches. These are all just effects of erosion. Okay right and what blows my mind. As i was like looking at these arches and i was like okay. When are these arches for. Maybe he's only been like a thousand years right. No those arches were around the dinosaurs. Were around. whoa you're watching this thing and you're like seeing this erosion happening and you just happen to be either. You're like of a human life just happened to be witnessing it for like one second and this this whole thing is taking like literally billions of years. It'll it'll keep going forever and forever but you know keep going way pass. When we're gone. It was going before the dinosaurs happening. Dinosaurs are walking around going. Holy shit moab is crazy and millions of years later. We're here we're going. Damn this is crazy and millions of years from now when like elon. Musk still around or whatever you'll be like. Oh this place is crazy. It's it's that's like the it just puts everything in perspective because it's like it's not just thousands of years not just millions of years. It's like billions of years happening and you're watching it all at crumbling in you know for us. We don't perceive it to be happening. But like if you were you know god or whatever you're watching it happen it's crazy. What what is it like. Is that why people go this. Untouched piece of land. Because i think. I've seen like the grand canyon. I don't know the history behind that i don't think that old it's grand canyon is billions of years old. It's old it's like along those same lines like because of the colorado river runs all the way through my web and then through the grand canyon. So that's why you're going to see it because there's nowhere else in the world where they have something like this. It's like it's you know you feel like that's what i think was cool about. The trip was made me get out of my head right. We're comedians podcast in our heads like constantly. Oh man problematic about that. Yeah but when you go to look at these arch is all that shit kind of just like stops for a second. It means nothing. Yeah just like this arch is not problematic. This art is billions of years old. You're like resetting all your stuff. And that's why i think you go there because obviously it's beautiful and it helps you just think about you. Know what is humanity mean in the wall. Gigantic geometric timescales. Who have like you know. Maybe human modern humans have been around maybe like two hundred thousand years and then our ancestors for maybe a few million years. That doesn't mean shit that arch was still there and going like damn smoking a cigarette. Go look these new ass. It's like looking at the from the point of view of the artists like we were like gender fires like the first dinosaurs. Were here that look at these damn hamad podcasters about podcast is. Yeah so crazy. 'cause sometimes like.

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"utah" Discussed on Exploring New Places Podcast

Exploring New Places Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"utah" Discussed on Exploring New Places Podcast

"Pretty there's places my favorite food. That i try here were the ice cream. The pizzas and acela that they have. It's so good. I want to take a moment to appreciate their interior design to because it's show so pretty and goes so with the with the theme that they have and the products that they sell. They have a room where they explain to you how everything works and how their they get. Their products and wallpapers are cows. Which is so cute. I mean you really have to go to this place. To noah i'm talking a mile the places very big too so you can definitely eat there with your family and friends also for the people that are really into hamburgers. I trae looking at this. One place that i went or the burgers were really good and the fries were amazed seen. I mean there were so deletion. But i was not fortunate enough to remember what the restaurant was call and when i try looking up online i can find it however you can pretty much find a really good burger restaurant in utah. They have really good burgers. Just f- why so that you can try them when you go and the burgers. I mean. they're really good. It's not like mcdonald's are in. they are from restaurants. Okay now it's time for the fun facts okay. Fun fact number. One is that utilizes second. Dryest state in the united states after nevada on average utah has about three hundred sunny days at year. I did not know this and this shug mail it up. Because i thought that utah was going to have more winter days then sunny days but it gets not and by the way. These facts that. I'm telling you right now are published on the k. s. l. newsradio dot com. So if you want to read the twenty-five on facts that they have about utah. Check them out on their website. Which is where i got them from. Just letting you know because the list is long So fun fact. Number two because of the state of utah high elevation. It's this cert like climate. It's no is try and powdery utah. Because of this claims to have the greatest snow on earth. So if you're into skiing or snowboarding You know this is an interesting fact. so yes fun. fact number. Three to data on youtube as state seal. The first one is eight hundred forty seven which is the day the mormon settlers are right in utah and the second is eighteen ninety six which is the year they utah became the forty fifth state in the united sates. Also on see seal are siegel we lease which stand for peace ho cute anyways and with this interesting educational fund fax. We have reached the end of today's episode episode number. Three of exploring new places. Podcast i hope that you learn something interesting. And ron facts about utah. Us amuses to nation to explore and create new memories. I invite you to leave a comment with anelka or a similar animal emoji on our facebook page. Which is exploring new places. Podcast this letter that you're considering going into this national park. Also don't forget to let me know walk countries or states will want to explore. Listen and learn more about stay tuned for our next episode in which we will be going over and you decimation national be over moved by you..

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"utah" Discussed on Exploring New Places Podcast

Exploring New Places Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"utah" Discussed on Exploring New Places Podcast

"Likes the extreme cold into me. Utah super cold during the winter. I know the the winter to supposed to be cold but to me it's just super cold And i love to see snow because it just looks like the movie. But i prefer the summer and the sun because in my opinion it's just better. I know some will agree and some won't and that he's okay comment on our facebook page whether you like the summer or winter better now. I'll let you know that will be going over attractions food and fun facts about this elevated life state. You said what i did there. I added that life elevated. But i said elevated life. That's from commercial anyways as always i want to share with you. Were you can go to find more information to plan your travels. You can go to visit utah. Dot com for more information regarding national parks ski resorts stargazing spots outdoors activities and winter activities. Planning your visit and more explore this website and find out where you can create your next new memories and remember. This is in no way sponsor. So i'm just being naive is letting you know about a good website to go to to find more information about this state okay so for attractions you have a variety of stuff that you can explore to make new memories like mentioned before this is a state that various unacceptable depending what season of the year. You decide to go with this mine. For winter there are many places in the state of utah where you can go in ski or snow. Whatever you're into for skiing utah. Many for this kind of activity which

"utah" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast

Sexy Unique Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"utah" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast

"The possibilities are beautiful. Oh my God, that's Curry and Laura and this and we get a little cold open. I want to give him a little radical honesty about what has been happening. So we recorded our this episode yesterday. Like we're doing a new like recording because we recorded an entire episode of salt to Utah Queens like laughing Friday evening, like Spirits were high and then I we both hung up and like one about our nights off around 10 p.m. Laura texted me and was like, hey, did you did you.

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"utah" Discussed on X96

X96

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"utah" Discussed on X96

"And northern Utah County. Radio from hell on X 96. Because we missed that yesterday.

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"utah" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

Hey Moms in Business

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"utah" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

"Hi Everyone. Welcome to MOMS in real estate. My Name's Angela Fazio and this week's guest is from Utah. Her name is Lauren Greiner and she is absolutely delightful I. Love Her story of how she got into real estate and I know that you'll enjoy her just as much as we do. Let's get started. Angela Fazio is an industry powerhouse overseen forty, thousand home sold and nine billion in production and Kristin. Cantrell is one of the nation's most accomplished team leaders healthy thousand eight. Their businesses, they are passionate about educating encouraging. powerpoint. Date our.

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"utah" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"utah" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"The school itself well you first in Utah service and you can because it was the signs tonight this is still and you it was you it was a no show it was easy you cell phone your first in Utah service and you sing off.

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"utah" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"utah" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Utah that's a good question what is my favorite holiday almost a fourth of July celebrate this amazing country middle of summer blow stuff up can call the air is blow things up you have to move around different parts different summer venues some of the fourth of July dear Jim did you know it will only be for twenty twenty twenty once you'll never happen again dude wow regards weed is harmless the Hartford well flight in Rome if for twenty is stoner Christmas does that make for twenty one national random drug test day sign the boss that is intimate and Iowa I'm not too big but I'm here to celebrate your day the problem is I'm asking you to come in here and talk about your day and your all way to break to talk about your day try again let's go to Indianapolis Danny in N. D. Hey Dan how are you I'm doing what are you doing good bro what's up you know as part of team bag I run a tree service so I cut down trees for people it's the most dangerous job in the world and I have good pretty much smoke just to get up the ladder thank god this is kind of sounds kind of counterintuitive if it's the most dangerous thing in the world should you be smoking before you do it well that's the thing about being baguette some people aren't seeing Baker master class and that they just get better just to have a higher vision on that situation all right well if I were you I would smoke before the phone call so you can be called master class about it you've got brought you by you know the.

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"utah" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"utah" Discussed on KTOK

"In Utah now a flu update another six people died from the flu last week in Oklahoma according to the latest information from the state health department which was released yesterday that brings to sixty one the total number of flu to S. in the states is flu season started September first another two hundred ninety five people were hospitalized with the flu last week that makes more than twenty seven hundred flu hospitalizations since September first authorities are looking for the husband of a woman killed Tuesday at her northwest Oklahoma City apartment near northwest expressway and meridian Geneva Jordan had six children three of them were in side the apartment when their mother was killed the suspect is her husband forty six year old can dream Jordan here's a reminder to start your day it is Friday the thirteenth how bout that here's Tonya J. powers it's been considered a day of bad luck for a long time but it's not clear exactly where that came from well twelve was the number associated with completeness thirteen has negative associations we see it played out in pop culture with the string of Friday the thirteenth movies and even dates in history like the German bombing of Buckingham Palace on September thirteenth nineteen forty and the death of rapper Tupac Shakur who was killed on Friday the thirteenth in September nineteen ninety six there is one Friday that seems to Buck the trend Good Friday it's it's name.

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"utah" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"utah" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"The whole cell phone put you first in Utah service the key because it was the signs tonight this is still and you it was a no show it was easy and if you you so for you first in Utah so and you sing off key.

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"utah" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"utah" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Cell phone your first in Utah so the sing off key maybe we can make sit on your phone listen with the like that you know if your phone battery's dead because you didn't plug it in last night stay up play one of the two point seven kiss FM on I heart radio.

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"utah" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"utah" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Utah young tune and loses the ball press the diving corral it'd be toward but he could not in a break for Kentucky with two oh three plus ten down to three the plate like to get to sleep down to about sixty good that's Utah's Lee Turkey managers comes up clean the perspiration on the court at the mid court one thirty five twenty five Utah with the lead thank you scored the first basket but then got scored quickly a deep on the left side for Kentucky looks over that so the government back to quickly now Hagens comes out to get it Hey against double teams you try to come up with a company pick keeps his dribble though spins into the lane after the gun re eighteen footer straight away to he David covering Utah play zone for about two passes and then what bear the bear got surprise the lane gets bumped and filed on the drive by Emmanuel quickly his first team is eight one in one coming for eighty percent shooter booth yeah you sold runny defensively what used to be called a show and go to show what the facts that time zone all the passes they go bad first free throw for Gotch comes off no good rebounded by quickly right for Kentucky in Hagens comes in different core there trapping Hagens heart of those little picks here's my gumtree straight away is it two in a row to quickly back to E. J. let's side to Brooks bass pastel the Hagens on the baseline double team bounces it back to Brooks open three left side no good long rebound the quickly into the paint floated there you go your guards rebound for you comes up with to Porter Jackie's cut it to six got frugally right hand runner comes off no good good talent by Richard cats running quickly up to Hagens pull up three look just came off but it was going down Utah with the rebate was good shot for him to a chair to step into the transition though one around it the little three five twenty nine Utah forty eight seconds to play and a half minutes with some momentum finally got to have the bullet side Jones comes together twelve issues turns out there the timeline angles right all the way to the lane bounces a download a young tune in this is the closest stock rebounded by Brooks up quickly cal puts a stop sign twenty six of the shot clock in Kentucky will take time out twenty four seconds to shoot twenty five point five on the clock Kerry of his guy got the illegally screen when Jones came off the pick up pick it was just a case of where teammates didn't talk the hammer the pagans was hammered that time tells the baby with the official but the pick was a movie back but no one told you're right yeah we did hear a peep it was right in front of the twenty five point five seconds to play in the half remember two minutes ago I told you they could get it down to six going in at halftime it's down to six Bally got a chance to take it to four go with that I have Simon we cover themselves get there confidence back it come out firing AJ but coverage provides our Kerr source active heart moment of the game two jumpers in succession at the ten point lead down to six twelve point lead down to eight four Kentucky with health insurance for Kerr source you're not just covered you're covered in kindness that's only six so run their best of this first half of the got the ball about to go try to get a the the Richards either direct passenger they'll say set up a high low with we'll go behind the flow of it much success get abilities only in one shot Mr he tells of the two three so Hagens standing and privilege between the circles switches from his right hand was left standing agreement with twelve the shoot us lose it to his left ten seconds of the shot clock Hagens of the pick for rich's can't turn the corner picks up his dribble fires a down the Richard sells.

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"utah" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"utah" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Cell phone your first in Utah so the sing off key see his face thank you stink both thank you please so so thank you I'm not thank you and the he.

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