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"zubin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Keyshawn J. Will and Zubin presented by progressive insurance. All of our guests join us on the shell. Pennzoil Performance line. He I got to start with you here. Golfs numbers were quite something 39 for 51 for 3 76. Three touchdowns. Cooper Cup 11 catches Robert Woods 10 catches They combined for 275 yards receiving, and you want to say Tom Brady's got the past catching weapons. But when you look at it, they just had enough in a game that you think they should have dominated. Well, you know, I thought they probably could won this game by 17 points. When you look at it. There's a missed field goal there. You take away you take away a couple other opportunities that they had to score points on. But you also look at how they how the game was called A couple of questionable passing affairs calls as far as I could. Hello. I'm Mike Evans and Jalen Ramsey. It was just kind of one of those deals where I'm like, Okay. Can they somehow slow this thing down? But when you when you go back and you look it, I've always felt like the rounds were going pretty good football team. And it's all right. I mean, they took care of business in Seattle, and I had him actually winning the F C West. I know a lot of people like the Arizona because Arizona started to play well or even Seattle. For that matter. I think Seattle's a playoff team, but I felt like the Rams Sneaky good. They kind of low key, good kind of know what to do. They've been there before. They got a bunch of veteran players. That was on that Super Bowl team, and I got a young coach and charming, vague. Who knows how to coach and I think that that is key. You put in the game plan and take advantage of secondary of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. But you also put a game plan in defensively going Get Tom Brady to make Tom Brady Basically, uh, just sort of quarterback in the National Football League and not the goat, and you saw that last night, a couple interceptions by Brady. I know one people question whether or not his arm got hit over the middle, but he was trying to go to God went on. But that was clearly a throw and not someone hitting his arm or you talk about the late interception on the two minute drive to steal a game for the Rams. Hey, buddy, Think You know, he always say this when when I When I look at this team like this is a team that could actually win a Super Bowl. I know you said that the first opening a couple of weeks of our show, and you know, I.
Thompson has torn Achilles tendon, expected to miss season
"So it's the injury everybody's talking about but with clay sadly you gotta specify which injury you're talking about. Are you talking about the one in game. Six of the twenty nine thousand finals. The last time we saw him play a game or the one suffered earlier in the week. Which is an achilles tendon. Tear he is now out. It could be if the calendars right two and a half years between games. We're looking forward to having him back at the start of the twenty twenty one. Twenty two season knick. Fidel has been all over the warriors for years and he joins us on the shell. Pennzoil performance line nick. Good morning first thing. Just the response in and around the organization on the news zubin. Everybody's just depressed excited leading into the draft. And in the fact that wiseman was there at number two he was number one on their board and and they were just really looking forward to having steph klay draymond and then plugging in wiseman and seeing what we can give them and then they range of emotions in those couple of hours before the draft and then after the draft they really couldn't even celebrate. Everybody was so sad about clay. I mean he is the guy behind the scenes with all the star power in that locker room that sets the tone for everybody else. And that's why kerr and all those players they love it and so to know that he's going to be out again for another year which just crushing for. Everybody involved nikki. Give us an insight. Into how bob myers and company dealt with the news of klay thompson literally hours before the nba draft that make their decision challenging more challenging looking at other guys like lamelo ball considering he was going to be available. Jay bob address that right afterwards instead. Look wiseman was our guy if he was there we were taken him and obviously if the emotions involved right before the big or unprecedented we. We really never seen anything like it. Before where a star player who has won titles in an organization gets another serious injury right before you gotta make a huge selection for your future but all along when you talk to people in the organization they love what wise men could give them and they're confident that once he gets into their system playing and learning alongside draymond that he can be maybe that bridge or potentially down the line Tracey's nobody knows for sure but wiseman all along was their guy in. I don't think anything that happened with. Clay change to focus when he was number two
"zubin" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"And Kevin Durant. If that happens, they will be the favorite that come out of the East. That could be your MBA Finals next year. The Lakers LeBron a D. Dennis Rhoda versus the Brooklyn Nets, Kevin Durant carry James Harden. Sanjay will and Zubin weekday mornings at six Eastern on ESPN radio or streaming live on the ESPN app. Yeah, Mid March. We all entered think eight months ago. Tomorrow we all entered a different phase. And we were not really prepared for it. We were prepared to do what we always do. And I think collectively, we've gone down a very interesting journey. Rhoda, You're on this 30 and I Wouldn't ever trade it. It's the most meaningful period of this show's existence and in my career, and I was you never know At what point you get off the trail and do something else. But if that day was today, calls like this on the conversations that we have had during this period are Incredibly important and meaningful and special. The ball find bomb show weekdays at three Eastern on the ESPN APP and on the S E C network. Max Kellerman show pictures had nothing on offense. Nothing on defense just because they have Bill Belichick. Even without Cam Newton there, two plays away, therefore, in five right now to place away from being six and three. With winds over the Dolphins, Raiders and Ravens, who they've actually beaten on the two close ones with the Bills and the Seahawks. They're good. Max Kellerman show weekdays at two Eastern on ESPN radio and now watch exclusively on ESPN, Plus One more thing that I want to ask you. This is something I've always wanted.
"zubin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Cliff. Kingsbury. Who the coach there at the time five and seven terrible defense mahomes is thrown for a million yards 'cause always behind I get all that stuff. But the fact of the matter is that Andy Reid and Brett v both got handsomely rewarded with contract extensions yesterday beaches the chiefs general manager by the just forty two years old you weren't his GM but. Is actually the. Correct he's making the calls, but to me mahomes out there for anyone to see right I mean he was there hiding in plain sight. If you look at the stats, they were there why do you think so many teams missed on him when he was easy to watch every single Saturday in power five leak was not is not that teams missed it's not that they missed. Okay it's it's. Where to draft what their needs are and what's the value at that time right. So as he pushed, Dow team started to Kansas City said, you know what? was happening in boop they go up because they saw the value at that spot. Now you talking about Andy Reid, who is a real quarterback guru not this so-called quarterback expert. He could take me and you right now and in turn us into something special as at the NFL level I. Truly believe that because his body a works speaks a you seen it year in year out if you whether it's tied their McCoy dead Aj feely. Rebirth the Michael, Vick. You could see it it. Who He is as a quarterback expert in office coordinator when you look at the offense. Texas. Tech. For so many years, the air raid quarterback system has been suspect for guys moving onto the pro level and so when you go to evaluate those guys, you've got to know what you're looking for them to do. Now Mind you he said behind Alex Smith to learn the NFL game when Andy Reid in Matt, Nagy, along with Eric the enemy and so over time you gotta think that he's Going to develop, they saw it they pulled the trigger. It made the decision. Alex. Smith was no longer for them and the the MVP Super, Bowl Guy in Patrick mahomes was going to be their quarterback of the future. So therefore, he's a five hundred, million dollar guy. Now, we are presented by progressive insurance at the top of the hour top of mind would John it's actually leave Milwaukee that's next. To will and Zubay God cast..
"zubin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"ESPN. CHICAGO BEARS REPORTER JEFF. Dickerson he joins US this morning on Keyshawn J. Will Zubin first things. First. Jeff yesterday Matt Nagy said he was going to roll back on the whole I'm not going make my starter till one PM Eastern against Detroit on the first day of the season. Instead, we'll know it around this time next week your thoughts on how Mitchell trubisky is looked and how nick foles has looked in the most intriguing starting quarterback competition in football right now I think he has Zubin guys I mean. I. Think both have looked rather average. I mean we have only had a chance to watch I think it was nine padded practices and now everything is close for us as far as practice goes really until the end of two thousand twenty, that's how things are going to get shut down now for media across the NFL except for watching ten minutes of stretching per day which you learn really nothing from I would say there were some good days from trubisky some good days for falls but nothing that really jumped off the charts now guys I want to preface this by saying that. I have covered some bad quarterback derbies in my day I mean when my Glennon. CAIN Chicago and had the training camp that he had a couple years ago that you're they drafted trubisky. You knew it was only a matter of time before he lost his job and the rookie was going to go in there. So it wasn't at that level by any means but I think both guys were were not super consistent. There were mistakes and specifically which robiskie he would have some drills where I mean he looked sharp and he was you could tell he was on and the ball. was coming out quick and they were moving the football and then you know one period later it was kind of a different story where the passes were not going to be as accurate. He was turning the ball over they've got bogged down in the red zone. So I think a reason why Matt Nagy is going to take this until as late as he can. You know early next week is because I don't think either of these two guys from what we have seen has really stepped forward and said I deserve to be the starting quarterback this year for the Chicago Bears Let. Me Ask you this Jeff when does the responsibility finally go to the head coach Guy who's brought in supposed to be an offensive innovator great quarterback Guru Wind does that start to point toward him not getting the most out of the offense quarterbacks keyshawn very fair question I'll tell you this to the bears were good under Matt Nagy his first year when they went twelve in four and they lost because of the double of the Eagles and the playoffs with their old kicker cody Parkey the offense wasn't very good that year either that was the bears defense yet really lead them. To that division championship in last year I mean the wheels fell off they couldn't do anything on offense they couldn't run the football the offensive line struggled. Now they had a lot of injuries. Their tight end position was abysmal I. Think this is the year that absolutely I mean the honeymoon is over for Matt Nagy he's well liked in Chicago, they've won a good amount of games under him, but he was brought here because of that Andy Reid tree and because of that offense and we haven't seen any production yet. Now, the quarterback thing is going to have to play itself out. They suffered an injury running back with David. Montgomery last week that was unfortunate groin injury. He's going to miss a little bit of time they were counting on a big year from him in year number two they did revamp their tight end position guys I'm telling Ya for as sort of averages the quarterbacks have looked this camp Jimmy. Graham is looked pretty good i. know that there are people that thought he was done in Green Bay last year he looks he's looked pretty good. They drafted the kid of Notre Dame coal combat. In the second round. The Matrix Harris Has A. Big veteran they brought in, they've really changed up tight end where that could theoretically go from a real weakness to a strength. They've got Allen Robinson Anthony Miller is a former high draft pick they signed Ted Ginn. So I think they do have some weapons. If the quarterback play improves a little bit, they could get better but ultimately, I think the buck does stop with Matt Nagy this year because again he was brought in here for offense and thus far the offense is really underwhelmed jd you've been so outspoken about this whole situation in Chicago are either these quarterbacks the solution long-term. J I can't. I can't say yes I mean first of all let's think about trubisky if trubisky was the long-term guy and they felt that in their heart of hearts, do they go out and trade for Nick Foles? Do they decline his fifth year option? trubisky has become a very controversial pick. Of course because we're the bears do we all know it? They pass on? Patrick. Mahomes they pass onto Shawn Watson if there was any way, the front office could have justified in extension. For Mitchell trubisky they would have done that in a heartbeat they WANNA save face, but he hasn't shown them enough where they can do that. So I think his his bears career is very tedious right now Nick Foles I. Think he's just you know he's a journeyman he's had. Some some good moments you had some bad moments, but as far as being a long-term guy at his age that's probably not happening either good question and obviously all this swirling around General Manager Ryan Pace who made that trubisky decisions? He kind of know who he's rooting for just to save some personal face bears lions, will it be trubisky? Will it'd be full to run out there to face Matt Stafford to juicy story will know.
"zubin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Did you. Jimmy late. To Garden. Yeah. No. Jackson. Is that something you want to do more forward now of course, I'm to do. Straight talk wireless no contract no compromise. Now, the youngest side J. Why would I ask that? Because you're defensive player of the year? Have you seen yourself when the court your go go gadget arms you're incredibly fast. You can block shots from crazy distances to me butlers of why ain't you guys up down the stretch I mean that's shot. He took you guys can't see it. You listen to US radio it was a one on to situation. Yeah we're going to ask you. Those questions because you haven't won a championship yet, and in order to win a championship against a team that has a leading dog like Jimmy Butler, we need you to guard him down the stretch. Let me ask you this though Jay I know he's bigger than Jimmy right in he can move and he's long and he you know makes you alter your shot things in nature, but it can he really gored him half court like, can he? Yeah can he do that nobody? Can play five feet off you because of my wingspan and I can contest your shot late because I've further wingspan and you I can block your shot but also can play off of you. So you can't beat me go around me and I we can double team you and screens I, mean it's hard to double team Miami on screens just because they have so many three point shooters on the court but at the end of game though it goes back to what we Saw, I think it was game five or game six in the It was game five in the clippers versus the mavericks remember. Little screen. We talked about Kawai guarding Luca Gotcha yes. No, we don't WANNA. See you pass up the opportunity to guard the other teams best players don't pass color when you're no. Yeah exactly when you're known to be a defensive stopper no youngest we wanna see you guard Jimmy Butler down the stretch because you are defensive player of the year. What's wrong with Jaanus if anything we'll talk about it with Mark Jackson ESPN NBA analysts coming up on the Shell Pennzoil performance line. He will join us at eight ten am eastern. What is certainly wrong is the response to that question to let that get under his skin come on man you're possibly going to be the MVP and the defensive player of the. Year. The number one seed in the east just brush it off to be that upset by a reporter's question when you probably were in the wrong does say something still to come we're talking football. Yes. We're talking football why one team in the NFL is consistently and forever getting knocked for mistake that nine other teams made, but all of those teams are.
"zubin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Of, these guys like most people in our audience, including me have no idea what it's like to be in the huddle for a huge play at the coliseum with a chance to win the conference, title or J. Will Act Line of be duped basketball game I just WANNA be able to tap into their expertise. We often ask these guys. Why did this happen? Well? Just coverage was busted and this guy with on the block, and whatever and whatever that stuff is great, but they had experienced is that many of us can only dream about knocking helmets in the tunnel or being out there? But Shane, baddie A or today's modern versions die on or whoever it is. These guys have walked in those footsteps before and sometimes I. Think we're so deep into trying to figure out why things happened that sometimes I think fans, listeners and viewers, just to say something as simple as like. So, what was it like when that happened? What was it like when you put on that uniform for the first time? What was it like when you ran out there for the first time in a Duke Carolina game which we could extrapolate to the next do? Do Carolina game so I think sometimes these analysts can provide us a great things, but what I'd really love to do for our listeners and viewers. It's just have US take them there. I think sometimes we take it for granted. They take for granted because they're in a situation where they've done it their entire lives, but we'd just love following that stuff so for me. I would say I'd love to try to do that. It's not something I see a lot of people do, but I think it's something that we can really tap into something different. Well, I think it will be great and I I have done many many programs with you and told you this, and there's never been anybody better, prepared and more inquisitive and more curious, which I think there's too little of. in the industry and I wish you so much excess cannot cannot wait for it to begin Zubin, it's such a pleasure to. Welcome you back to our program. Be well. Thank you so much. Zubin anti joining us a part of the new morning team announced yesterday at ESPN radio. We will take a short break back.
"zubin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Tree of college football leaves here. The Paul Finebaum show our one podcast welcome. We have made it to the middle of the week, and there was some doubt whether we would or not anyway great to have all of you along, and we will dig right in with a number. Really a fun guests, so we're GONNA try to maybe look on the brighter side of life. Today Zubin Mehta anti will join us. In about fifteen minutes longtime ESPN anchor. He has just recently been named to The the new morning show at ESPN radio and we'll talk about that. He's also a huge. College football fan in addition to being a rutgers graduate. We will try not to rub that one in but he has a good degree. You just not a good football program, or although it's getting better. We'll talk to Freddy. Call me one of the most popular. Anchors. THAT ESPN is ever. Had you hear Freddie and often. It's been too long since he'd been on this program. We'll look forward to talking to Freddie a Riccar with the normal sports business report, which things are starting to happen a little bit. He'll join us in. From ESPN's College. Game Day Jen. Will join us as well. There's there is some interesting news out today comes from. The West Coast where Stanford which is one of the schools in the country has had one of the better basketball programs longtime. Excuse me bet football programs under David Shaw. Announced today that it is cutting eleven. Varsity sports. it has it has a lot I mean there's no shortage of sports out in Paolo Alto, but the fact that a school Stanford which is a private institution. The endowment is on untold the fact that they are cutting that many sports is an interesting. Sign of. The Times, the eleven sports that will be discontinued or men's and women's fencing. Yes, Field Hockey! Light weight rowing men's rowing coed. and Women's sailing. Squash synchronized swimming men's volleyball. And Wrestling Okay I! Know you're all heartbroken but I'm just I'm just a news reader. Just telling you what then they have thirty six different programs, and whether this means a lot unless you're a parent. Of One of those programs, and they produce a lot of Olympians out there. It is an indicator of the coming times in intercollegiate athletics. We already we've heard from smaller schools, but Stanford is a big one. and that's a big one to fall while we're waiting. For the Ivy League to vote rarely on this program. Do we talk about? Ivy League, football, but They are expected. Throughout this day to announce it, they are putting on the fall and we'll go to spring not many people are expected to follow them by the way. will into that a little bit later on, but it's still an interesting. Concept well. We had interesting week here. a lot of you know calls from all over the planet. And we will continue doing that. Today so, if you WANNA give us a ring, love to hear from you at eight, five, five, two, four two. Seven two eight five. Let's start with PAT calling us from Georgia. Hey Paul Thank you very much I was listening to our four this morning as I was walking and I. Don't remember his name, but he digs graves and he wrapped. In Georgia and I know the cemetery that the next to the stadium where he. Passed that as you walk in on the right, but in he's, he was right. In nineteen forty three there were four teams that played and they announced tech was the conference champion. That was and that was on. The Saturdays in. Saturday's in Georgia, history of the SEC. they covered the war years. and I'm thinking that. The There is precedent. For playing with less than a conference, and you believe in in story Isis. Wouldn't basic things you know? Follows the the judgments that have been made before on settled cases. Then you could crown a conference champion only playing half the teams. I've heard judge judge. Chief Justice Roberts utter utter those that phrase very very often including recently. It's a good point by the way I have to tell you. There are a lot of things about this job I really like. But Pat one of my favorite parts. Are just talking to people and you know you you. You end up running into a lot of people, but in in my life I've never spoken to a grave digger, and and I I mean I. I could've. As some of you probably know and probably were cringing. I have spoken to that guy for an hour. I was I was really fascinated by what he did what he does. Yes, I could tell and I. I enjoyed the conversation this morning when I was listening to the podcast of. wondering it was interesting, four and a half I personally hired him to dig my grave in, and it will be Friday afternoon about six thirty. Well okay, It's it's. It's interesting to sports that Stanford has decided not to have this year. particularly taken aback by synchronized swimming. The Pat I have to tell you. You're talking to a man who has covered synchronized swimming before. About twenty years ago when I was in Birmingham UAB the president at UAB decided she was going to. Set. be a trailblazer for for women sports, she. Announced that they would have a synchronized swimming match and I went out and covered the first match, and did an article on it and I don't think anybody liked. It was maybe a little too cynical, but I have covered one synchronized swimming matching my time. Well well, yes, I have one will not cover a second though I can assure you. I understand and and I. Hope you don't have to. I hope it doesn't come to that ball or we'll all be in trouble. I just have one last thought I want the law school for one quarter in in Athens and I hated. And I decided I did not want to be an attorney and I am time I decided. I wanted to be a CPA so I understand the lingo. and. That's about it when you start when you start dropping star decisive on this show I hear either your either your taken You're you're taking? Saddam Myers place on the court or or you're just having some fun. Hey, thank you very might sugar. Yes, Sir Arthur is in San..
"zubin" Discussed on Epicenter
"Essentially draw this. Perfectly straight line from the at the money option to Infinitely in the money out of the money officers right? And you can cap the change in the options pricing day if there's a thirty three percent change in the value ease. What does this mean that this option will be worth later right and then at any time you say any auction will need the amount of capital that is at least as high as the value of that same option to eat crash dirty. And then you also choose some overestimate of volatility, volatility is positively correlated with auctions price. And, so let's choose a ball to a five hundred percent. That means eat is bound to move. Five hundred percent per year within you know some kind of probability distribution. Then you can say okay. We're basically saying we're overestimating price and writing shock parameter in this. This is still over collateralized this option even if those two things went wrong. The actual Piebald, at Easter at the money options action eighty percent on So five hundred percent is just massive. Overestimate right and. What you get again. Is a OP collateral system that is. Know depending on the exact option, but can be anywhere as much as five attacks more capital efficient as the current. Implementation of open, and so just to recap what you do is you try to figure out an upper bound of the options price? If eastward crash thirty three percent and volatility were at five hundred percent, and you use that at the option to kind of interpolate to the out of the money options, and at the the money options and using these estimates for any arbitrary option. You can make sure you're over capitalist. That's how it would work. Within a set and confidence into intimate right so basically you always have like the the Black Swan event where basically the you happen to be under. At once because everything in the book went wrong, so what would happen in that case? Right, so this is where you were GonNa ask me questions about like you know. Token Ization and kind of monetization. This is where you know. It's a very similar set of assumptions that you have swore maker where if Ethan crashes like ninety percent in a minute. The whole makers system is like kind of. Racked to a certain extent you have to make some kind of you have to be get comfortable with some level of tail risk again, being very mindful of it and having like a lot of buffer, but there's there's always the Black Swan right if you WANNA get undercapitalized or get more happily vision. And what happens here is a very similar that. Outside a event that would destroy all of the rest of us. Open would always be over capitalist, and then you can do what maker did which works really well on Black Thursday which is have some kind of asset that can be used to plot like any kind of under capitalization, or like any kind of a solvency of the system, and so that's one way to think about adding governance and kind of. Token to the protocol is having a very similar and cares. Like So fast they went but what happened just just flip back on. So the MTA Ho does actually had to jump in and basically empty I was auctioned off end in response to the events on next Saturday make introduced USCC as a type of collateral right in to add more not to the system. Because busy, there wasn't enough. To actually close close out. Underwater CDP's. This is my point exactly so it's not something that you would expect to happen on any given day, but especially in this. Was a policy that he is. High and sometimes even higher like on days like Thursday. It can happen to you you WanNa make sure that you have like this layer. Of Governance as someone who is ultimately responsible. For people not to lose faith much earlier. What make it has? It's got that. I mean it's fatty crude. Basically it's the it's the make of NPR Tokens, then the global settlement, but basically having that as A. Last Line of resort. Even if you think you're never use it just because you have it, your pub never lose it, but basically this this make sure that people who don't lose trust in. The system much earlier, right? The what I got food on that fought for. Exactly and I think it works beautifully four maker on Black Thursday. I'm not sure what mayor would've done if they didn't have the ability to kind of plug. The capital holes in the system with MK are so. It worked really well. Defy, continued, functioning I, think there are lessons to be learned from that including being even more aggressive than that's why we chose really ridiculously high promoters for like all Italy CETERA. The system is actually even more cap light kind of conservative I it, but for a number of different kind of education reasons, but. That's the main just. And I think that a similar thing would provide a lot of kind of confidence for for users of. On as well so I think that's one very viable way to go forward. But it's not necessarily the only one would again. It's open dialogue between Austin. The Community! And so you know the love to hear anyone's opinions with. But. That is one way to do. So I see why you want to be able to post collateral, that's much less than the total amount, but you want it to be using more cash settlement. That makes a lot of sense. In the paper you mentioned that you also want to allow people to post collateral in asset tight. That's different than what the underlying actually is. Why is this such a desirable feature? especially when weighed against like this seemed like a lot of additional complexity, so, what's the benefit out of that and additional risk? This is a great question It comes from a key observation. If you look at the original options, we're making so called options. Let's say that to ensure someone you're making. You need one hundred percent of the capital. and so you're, you're making ten percent per year on it in compound is yielded. You five percents right now. Putting money into open to ensure, someone's composites is not very different from putting that money into combat off right. And so if I'm paying a thousand USD see into cop-out I lose. It if conflict gets hacked. Putting a thousand USCC into a open option. I will also lose it of compound gets heart I'm also had additional risk of like open smart contracts on top of that, and so is this weird.
"zubin" Discussed on Epicenter
"Decided. We're going to do a trade in the future right and the way it works is that I have this right, but not an obligation right at the option to give sunny one year in return is going to give me to forty US DC right. Now for me I don't need to keep any collateral as the option buyers. The person who owns the option because I will only ever make this exercise event when it is profitable for me, but. It be profitable for being means necessarily that is unprofitable for science, right and so sunny needs to get two hundred forty, USCCA's sitting in a vault to allow for the physical helmet tried, and so let's say starting at two hundred and forty dollars sitting there until the option expires, I come is changed by one. Automatically contract will send me some two hundred and forty USCC sunny has the right now to take the one that I put down right. That's how settlement works here. Now there's a couple of different things there, and that's pretty much actually how the entire works. If somebody wants to come in mid, a new option that the world has never seen before, let's say at a strike price of one hundred thirty three dollars five cents right then sunny just puts one hundred thirty three dollars and five cents into vault, and can meant that new auction. Or let's say sunny wants to write an option on a new asset. Lenka like the link took it right. Then sunny puts down, you know. However much strike price is down that vault. And the contract that sunny is essentially like customizing says that will be a lot by anyone who holds the option. If they send in one lake right in, so that exchange happens future so when I put it down into that vault, I I get the Kokin I'd go for your hotter salad exactly so essentially like minting die right? You're putting down.
"zubin" Discussed on Epicenter
"Compound itself to Thursday's entire level of things that could go wrong in any one of the domino's would cause like a spiraling across. We started to think about. How can we deal with these risks that are compounding defy no pun intended and mitigate down for the user very real, and like no usable way. That's work open came from. So you started with like one to solve the insurance problem more so than like starting from the direction. Oh, I want. We WanNA build options on chain and you came to the conclusion that best way you've figured out how to solve. This problem is through. Put option so. A little bit about why and how this works and why do put options help solve insurance, and even what our options in general. I think there's two points. Out that the first is what are put options in the second is like water designed properties of Insurance, so let me start with a design properties of insurance contract. especially one chain link thing we have any asset might let's say a token right representing deposits on comp. Insurances we want the value of that asset to always stay kind of above some minimum threshold, another of saying that is like if we put a bunch of USD C. on compound thousand sec, and then we got a see token. We get a thousand dollars worth of see Tokens of see if confident gets hacked. If there's some kind of liquidity crisis, liquidity crunch, a truly insured position would allow us to. To matter what always redeem our see token for a thousand USCC right, and you can again have different levels of light premiums in coverage. You can say all right. No matter what I'll be able to always him nine hundred USCC eight hundred right, and so this is the way we're thinking about it. Is there any way to make this as protocol permission less as possible without minimize the use of? Of Any oracles or any individuals to figure out there was a hacker not, and that's when we came up with the idea of using options as insurance and the way that it works it is. This is very much the way that it works in traditional finance is that if my token for whatever reason gets loses value whether that's a political level hacker, or whatever I always have the right to. To exchange that t token with another counter for party on a different protocol for a certain amount of value. Let's say thousand SEC, so no matter what I can use my scene token to get my thousand sec see from compound deposited there or I can use this other protocol that we use as insurance if I can't get a thousand years to see out of Con- Exchange for my counterparts insurance. Now what exactly is an option? So derivatives in general financial derivatives are kind of any asset that derives their price based on the value of some underlying asset, right and the maiden IDA derivatives are maybe was the ones that come to mind quickest or futures in. And there are a little bit different, but let's talk about that. It's easier to wrap your head around options. Futures are are welder, so a futures contract is basically contract that allows you to swap to assets at a specific ratio or price in the future, and so let's say Sunday night. Say Hey Sunny I. WanNa give you some if I want to sell some each year, but I don't. WanNa do it today I. Don't have any today tomorrow has. So let's do it tomorrow at the price of two hundred thirty dollars brief. Says Yeah. That sounds good now in the meantime. If if goes up in price then I'll still obligated to sell you. My one eat for two hundred and forty dollars or Or Two, thirty five, or whatever number I said earlier, and probably should have chosen more outnumber two thirty earlier, but at that specify price. We have to make that exchange tomorrow. Both of us are obligated to do that and if he has gone up in price well, let's eat is trading at five hundred dollars on the market I slept to give you my email for two hundred forty dollars when I could have been selling it on the market for five hundred right similarly, if east has gone down in Price Lot, will then I'm selling you get? Two hundred and forty dollars in exchange went on. The market could only get one hundred dollars in exchange. Now. The key thing about this is that we are both obligated to the transactions Mara and it's clear that both of the cases I talked about whether eat goes up or down. One person is either getting their east vineet for very cheap, or they're buying east for very expensive, and on the other side, one person, selling their youth for very cheap or very expensive, compared to the market price. If you could think of it almost like in the future. We already did the transaction today. We're only we just you know. The execution is delayed, but we've already agreed upon all the terms of the deal already. At this moment of time, there's no further decision. Making that needs to be made. Yes? And technically sometimes you can get out of the futures contract had a time, and there's actually difference between a forward contract, which is actually what I really described in a futures contract where there's like actually marked market every day, but that's kind of all details. It's exactly as you said. Right and the key thing to note is that. Date someone's going to be upset. Go through obligated. Someone is shouldering for too cheap or buying it for too expensive. Someone is on the bad side of the trade because you know, both people are obligated unless the price remains stable unless the price remains exactly stable. Yes, exactly for an options contract. It's a little different where one side is obligated. One side has a option. Right has a decision to make whether or not they WANNA make this trade on the future so sunny. You and I can say. Sunny, I wanNA. Have the right to sell you eat at two hundred and forty dollars tomorrow, but don't want the obligation to do so now you're in the state of obligation where I can make this choice whether or not I wanNA exercise whether I wanNA make this trade for to forty tomorrow. And you will have to do it. You will have to glides me no matter what I end so clearly in life, it's always better to have more options to have more choices, and so the person who has the option whether or not Mickey. Exchange needs to be paying the other person to take on this obligation. Ahead of time instead of like A. Contract where you usually settle it at the fair price, right? You say like okay. Let's take today's price in than tomorrow. We're GONNA actually exchange with an options contracts your to get an option. You have to pay the other person, and so we say someone is buying the option gaining this option to make a transaction seizure. The other side is selling option or writing this option, and they're making money upfront front on Priori in order to take on that obligation, so it's a little bit different. There's no cash flow in the beginning. Futures Contract in there is an option contract, and that's the price of the auction or the premium of the option. If I. Turn this around, so you said you wanted this to be used for insurance so basically I pay the which is the insurance premium and basically I get pay payout if the event happens if the price falls below a certain price, because that's when I can exercise the option and make the different from you to the current market price. Can we talk a little bit about how options are actually traded in the financial system because I mean, there are a big thing and when you say insurance in my mind, I immediately think for almost all kinds of insurance, actually insurable interest right I can buy insurance on my house, but I can't buy insurance on your host and I mean for good reason. This is the case for most forms of insurance in the traditional financial system in and how much our options used as speculative to an. How much are they used as a mechanism of ensuring a interest? I can imagine. Being a Pharma and having an option on NYC, the.
"zubin" Discussed on Epicenter
"Hi Welcome Center. My name is Santiago role and today we have on with US Zubin for teacher who is the CO founder and CEO of open, which is a company building decentralized? On top of it theory. So this is actually a very interesting episode for me because. Zubin as well as both of his co-founders partner on Alexis we go way back. We were all students at UC Berkeley together. Where we were all part of this student organization called Blockchain at Berkeley and we used to do a lot of stuff together a lot of research and competed Pakistan's together, and I dropped out to start working on cosmos, but the continued working together on a lot of cool stuff, specially with proof of stake research, and they eventually ended up having this company together, and on top of being together I actually was roommates with both Zubin Anna Partner back last year when we lived in south, so it was really interesting because I got to. Watch the evolution of open when it started as you know from just them wandering and looking for an idea to actually end up building and iterating on different sorts of products until they finally found the open, which the current protocol which really bound this sort of great market fit, and it has just exploded in popularity in the past couple of months. So what open essentially let you do is let you get insurance on. Events on a theory. But not using the way, you might traditionally think of insurance where you some sort of mutual program where you have an appraiser, that kind of you know judges, how the praises risk and whatnot. Instead you know there's this notion in theory I'm where you can token. Is Anything right and so? They use the.
ICYMI: Mevo is great for streaming
"For as low as four dollars ninety nine cents a month stay tuned after the show to learn about their special offer just for talking tech listeners. Remember the though the little camera that's like a TV studio in one. Little Body came out and twenty sixteen. Now it's back with you model. Ethos scart got better battery better audio and Max out for Vivo is here to tell us all about it. Max sold the company but then bought it back. Tell everybody about the camera. And in a nutshell. What's what's the reason for this new new model versus the MODEL? Or thanks for having me in great to speak to you again. So we've always the only camera that has been designed for the ground up you know for live streaming events. It's not a fifth level feature for us. It's what we do so everything that's in the APP in in the industrial design in how it mount the battery you mentioned is all about Live streaming in. So we had the current product Neva plus For about four years in the market. And the now we really excited to to bring the new camera which is first and foremost everything is refreshed audio electrics Incited ITS NOT USB. It's smaller in terms of battery or we've increased the battery six time. We've improved the audio one of the key Request from our customer also improve the lands. Now we have a still a wide angle but Really flatlined no warping effect. And so on. So it's a it's a product refresh In in you know a lot of detailed improvement in major one the battery that'll customer. We've been waiting for. Yeah we didn't really talk about the zooming but the your basic sales proposition is that you can see basically pinch and zoom and not make people look at one boring static shot you you can have a wide shot of myself then come in for a close up then go back to a wide Zubin on my notebook if you want all sorts of things like that that was your original dream correct. Yeah what we realized you know. Primary use cases being Sitting at an event on the on the floor on a stand microphone. Stand on the floor But now we've Covid nineteen and older the Domon the customer surge that we've received a realizes it does a great use case for me on the desk would call it a Webcam but it's really about putting it on the desk and using it For doing whatever you need to do on your desk record a Creator Youtube video obviously do zoom meeting and so on Many advantage what we have a wider and build on MOST WHIP GAM. We have incredible sharpness in video quality. Compared to Webcams The new microphone which is three microphone. Dan Get turned into a stereo output with spatial processing We think those great when compared to any other kind of camera built in microphone so a lot of people have been searching in vain for webcams Livestream has never been more popular than right now and Webcam sold out and the reason they want with cameras because the Webcam on their camera. I'm sorry I on. Their computer looks terrible. It's very low resolution and everybody wants to look better And they also want a livestream and talk to their customers and things like that now. This is a camera that you can't currently use for zoom meetings and the like but you're you're gonNA be bringing out in a software update to let you do that. Tell everybody how that's GonNa work. But what we've decided to do is to build on own software for MAC and windows That will come in early. May It's a free software for any of our existing customers of plus the new start and it will bring basically you leave wirelessly as a Webcam for any software on your computer that that needs a video source in. Odi Souls to us so excited to bring that it'll make me useful now on desktop But it still has all the capabilities of me that goes well beyond the Webcam you can do. Live live editing zooming in You can recall to the as the card in that is inside the Medieval Camera. You can take it wirelessly And you can even stream at the same time director visible from the camera without using your computer if you wanted to so it's sort of next generation. Webcam okay great and Finally on your website. It says that interest in Covid has Increase the desire for me. Fo- cameras fivefold. Yeah we've actually seen an increase You know more than tenfold You could say the average is more than fivefold And it's it's obvious that everybody is a is a need for webcams but also everybody has a need for coal use case which streaming events So we've We've been able to keep up. We've run out of stock of the of the media plus so it's very important that We start shipping. The divas thoughtful the people that need to to live stream events and soon even use it as a Webcam
Can't find a webcam? How about a Mevo?
"For talking tech listeners. Remember the ego the little camera that's like a TV studio in one. Little Body came out in twenty sixteen. Now it's back with a new model. Ethos scart better battery better audio and Max out for Vivo is here to tell us all about it. Max sold the company but then bought it back. Tell everybody about the camera. And in a nutshell. What's what's the reason for this new new model versus the MODEL? Or thanks for having me in great to speak to you again. So we've always the only camera that has been designed for the ground up you know for live streaming events. It's not a fifth level feature for us. It's what we do so everything that's in the APP in in the industrial design in how it mount the battery you mentioned is all about Live streaming in so we. We've had the current product Neva plus For about four years in the market. And the now we really excited to to bring the new camera which is first and foremost everything is refreshed audio electrics Incited ITS NOT USB. It's smaller in terms of battery or we've increased the battery six time. We've improved the audio one of the key Request from our customer also improve the lands. Now we have a still a wide angle but Really flatlined no warping effect. And so on. So it's a it's a product refresh In in you know a lot of detailed improvement in major like the battery that'll customer we've been waiting for. Yeah we didn't really talk about the zooming but the your basic sales proposition is that you can see basically pinch and zoom and not make people look at one boring static shot you you can have a wide shot of myself then come in for a close up then go back to a wide Zubin on my notebook if you want all sorts of things like that that was your original dream correct. Yeah what we realized you know. Primary use cases being Sitting at an event on the on the floor on a stand microphone. Stand on the floor But now we've Covered nineteen and older the Domon the customer surge that we've received a realizes it does a great use case for me on the desk. You would call it a Webcam but it's really about putting it on the desk and using it For doing whatever you need to do on your desk record a Creator Youtube video obviously do zoom meeting and so on Many advantage what we have a wider and build on MOST WHIP GAM. We have incredible sharpness in video quality. Compared to Webcams The new microphone which is three microphone. Dan Get turned into a stereo output with spatial processing We think those great when compared to any other kind of camera built in microphone so a lot of people have been searching in vain for webcams Livestream has never been more popular than right now and Webcam sold out and the reason they want with cameras because the Webcam on their camera. I'm sorry on. Their computer. Looks Terrible. It's very low resolution and everybody wants to look better And they also want a livestream and talk to their customers and things like that now. This is a camera that you can't currently use for zoom meetings and the like but you're you're gonNA be bringing out in a software update to let you do that. Tell everybody how that's GonNa work. But what we've decided to do is to build on own software for MAC and windows That will come in early. May It's a free software for any of our existing customers of plus the new start and it will bring basically you leave wirelessly as a Webcam for any software on your computer that that needs a video source in. Odi Souls to us so excited to bring that it'll make me useful now on desktop But it still has all the capabilities of me that goes well beyond the Webcam you can do. Live live editing zooming in You can recall to the card in that is inside the Medieval camera you can take it wirelessly And you can even stream at the same time director visible from the camera without using your computer if you wanted to So it's sort of a next generation. Webcam okay great and Finally on your website. It says that interest in co VID has Increase the desire for me. Fo- cameras fivefold. Yeah we've actually seen an increase You know more than tenfold You could say the average is more than fivefold And you know I mean. It's it's obvious that everybody is a is a need for webcams but also everybody has a need for coal use case which streaming events So we've We've been able to keep up. We've run out of stock of the of the media plus so it's very important that We
Can't get a webcam? How about the Mevo?
"For talking tech listeners. Remember the ego the little camera that's like a TV studio in one. Little Body came out in twenty sixteen. Now it's back with a new model. Ethos scart better battery better audio and Max out for Vivo is here to tell us all about it. Max sold the company but then bought it back. Tell everybody about the camera. And in a nutshell. What's what's the reason for this new new model versus the MODEL? Or thanks for having me in great to speak to you again. So we've always the only camera that has been designed for the ground up you know for live streaming events. It's not a fifth level feature for us. It's what we do so everything that's in the APP in in the industrial design in how it mount the battery you mentioned is all about Live streaming in. So we had the current product Neva plus For about four years in the market. And the now we really excited to to bring the new camera which is first and foremost everything is refreshed `electronic Incited ITS NOT USB. It's smaller in terms of battery or we've increased the battery six time. We've improved the audio one of the key Request from our customer also improve the lands. Now we have a still a wide angle but Really flatlined no warping effect. And so on. So it's a it's a product refresh In in you know a lot of detailed improvement in major like the battery that'll customer we've been waiting for. Yeah we didn't really talk about the zooming but the your basic sales proposition is that you can see basically pinch and zoom and not make people look at one boring static shot you you can have a wide shot of myself then come in for a close up then go back to a wide Zubin on my notebook if you want all sorts of things like that that was your original dream correct. Yeah what we realized you know. Primary use cases being Sitting at an event on the on the floor on a stand microphone. Stand on the floor But now we've Covered nineteen and older the Domon the customer surge that we've received a realizes it does a great use case for me on the desk. You would call it a Webcam but it's really about putting it on the desk and using it For doing whatever you need to do on your desk record a Creator Youtube video obviously do zoom meeting and so on Many advantage what we have a wider and build on MOST WHIP GAM. We have incredible sharpness in video quality. Compared to Webcams The new microphone which is three microphone. Dan Get turned into a stereo output with spatial processing We think those great When compared to any other kind of camera built in microphone so a lot of people have been searching in vain for webcams Livestream has never been more popular than right now and Webcam sold out and the reason they want with cameras because the Webcam on their camera. I'm sorry I on. Their computer looks terrible. It's very low resolution and everybody wants to look better And they also want a livestream and talk to their customers and things like that now. This is a camera that you can't currently use for zoom meetings and the like but you're you're gonNA be bringing out in a software update to let you do that. Tell everybody how that's GonNa work. But what we've decided to do is to build on own software for MAC and windows That will come in early. May It's a free software for any of our existing customers of plus the new start and it will bring basically you leave wirelessly as a Webcam for any software on your computer that that needs a video source in. Odi Souls to us so excited to bring that it'll make me useful now on desktop But it still has all the capabilities of me that goes well beyond the Webcam you can do. Live live editing zooming in You can recall to the card in that is inside the Medieval camera you can take it wirelessly And you can even stream at the same time director visible from the camera without using your computer if you wanted to so it's sort of next generation. Webcam okay great and Finally on your website. It says that interest in co VID has Increase the desire for me. Fo- cameras fivefold. Yeah we've actually seen an increase You know more than tenfold But you could say the average is more than fivefold And you know I mean. It's it's obvious that everybody is a is a need for webcams but also everybody has a need for coal use case which streaming events So we've We've been able to keep up. We've run out of stock of the of the media plus so it's very important that We
Hollywood moment: Harvey Weinstein's sentencing
"Today. The disgraced Hollywood producer. Harvey Weinstein will be sentenced last month. He was convicted of rape and criminal sexual assault and faces up to twenty nine years in prison. Prosecutors have urged the judge to consider what they called a lifetime abuse towards others even though for most of those alleged abuses. Mr Weinstein has never been charged. His lawyers have petitioned for the minimum sentence of five years saying that any longer could constitute a defacto life sentence after Mr Weinstein conviction the Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance Junior said. The change had come to America. This is a big day. This is a new day and I hope women will will understand the significance of the jury verdicts. Today is. Optimism was echoed. By some of Mr Weinstein's accusers and their lawyers is a historic. I never thought I would see in my lifetime. Change has come today. I have a message for Harvey for all of Users Rape Myth perpetuators victim blaming and knows retaliated against sets. This one's for you. Your time is up. The allegations against him formed at the start of the metoo movement very public example of what remains troublingly hidden kind of crime. It would be easy to see his conviction and imprisonment as a high point for me to next. He'll face charges in Los Angeles for crimes. He continues to deny. Just how much any of these cases will change. Things is far from clear hustling surprised. Sasha Economists Public Policy Editor Mr Watson case certainly wasn't a slam dunk. Some people may have had that impression but it was by no means a straightforward case. These sorts of trials of radio really complex and in addition is to watch team faced accuser's stories straightforward. In a way they were very representative of a lot of these cases in the sense that they fit coach. Roy Do rape in being something that happens with a lot of force and a ski mosque by Stranger instead. These women told stories of complex relationships including ongoing contacts with Mr Weinstein off to the souls and typically juries have really struggled with this kind of cases in fact most of those cases that make it anywhere need a jury and to that extent. Actually very atypical case. Because of course Mr. One Steen's case as well as the accusations have all played out very very publicly of in multiple accusers. Zubin spelled out in the media. One thing that made it question unusual case is that the judge allowed extra witnesses women who would not pass the charges against Mr Weinstein to nevertheless testify over previous aqel bad acts that they had experienced at his hands. Allegedly it certainly was quite controversial. May well be part of the grounds of a possible appeal by Mr Weinstein team. And what would that appeal? Look like it's Hampson. No I mean concerns have been raised about whether Mr Watson could have affected trial in given all the media attention publicity particularly in New York City before the trial. His team tried very hard to get. The trial moved to somewhere where they thought he might face a forgiving jury that was thrown out. This is a long process. Take easy setup two year and I guess one of the questions now that people Rossi's while is he gonNA get out to bail can continue to monitor while that process is ongoing which is has begun wanted to run up to his trial. So you say the result is a bit surprising and and certainly prosecutors and plenty of commentators have held it up as a sort of watershed moment is a sort of a apotheosis of the of of the metoo movement that essentially was launched. By by these cases. What's your take on that I think? The watershed which is an awful lot immediately after the valid. And I understand it. I mean this was a high stakes trial. Which the Manhattan. Da. Couldn't afford to lose so they threw themselves out this only on the hands. I think as as many celebrity trials we have to be careful with Conclusions hair. I hope it will be a watershed moment. There's an awful lot wrong with how sexual. Violence is is investigated and prosecuted. But I have my doubts. I think the the real test will come when single women also group of women come forward to accuse somebody of rape without the media attention right without. Will the inefficacious if you will of the accuser has been an awful lot of emphasis on how powerful Mr Weinstein is but his accusers. Happen quite powerful as well. Essentially they had public opinion rooting for them. And I think the real test of whether the the Weinstein verdict will have a BRUDER EFFECTS. On how serious criminal? Justice Systems. Juries take these kind of complex claims will only come when we see an everyday victim. Come forward with with a typical claim of sexual assault. So what you're essentially saying. There is that celebrity. Justice is fundamentally different. I mean why do you suppose? That is I- celebrity justice in general is just is only certain. Becerra was it is just different from normal justice putting old big bright lights and attention onto someone being accused in this case Mr Weinstein. That's a typical way of injustice remedy a J Simpson trial which was essentially works like a soap opera. Essentially didn't have that much impact with how of the mothers were investigated then tried in Los Angeles and I think the same will be the case with the wider significance of the wanting conviction. Today that said there is of course important symbolic function to mocking. Somebody like Mr Weinstein up and holding his feet to the fire. So I said he wouldn't diminish the symbolic importance of seeing someone powerful like him wrote into a cooled. Convicted unlocked. Up is just going to be careful with suggesting that. Will the other huddles that stand? In the way of getting justice for everyday victims have now disappeared. I mean the one distinction here between Mr Weinstein's case and the OJ Simpson case is that Mister Simpson was was acquitted whereas Mr Weinstein has been convicted. Don't you think that that at least has sort of knock on effect sort of casts a shadow over over future cases gives future jurors a sense that That that there is an example being set there. Yeah maybe I mean future jurors in reminded with this case that rape doesn't look the way they think looks so it's been very helpful to have this very public lesson. If you will in rape myths that rape is a complex crime that said we pull people every year on their attitudes dissection. Rasmussen doing that. Insensitive metoo movement took off. And in that we don't really see much of a change in public attitudes to sexual harassment and indeed in America way would have hoped that reporting rates of sexual violence had increased most under reported binding crimes often me to after an initial bump reporting rates of back down to what they were before me to see. Let's see what happens next year. You know it always takes a while to get the kind of data but be careful with two inches at this point.
NBA, Lakers And Jeff Schwartz discussed on WGR Programming
"NBA it's been a rough go over the past few years for demarcus cousins the four time NBA of old all star NBA center I should say seven the Lakers in the offseason cousins suffered a torn ACL in his left knee according to his agent Jeff Schwartz that what's his availability for the upcoming season the jeopardy doesn't suffered the injury in a work out in Las Vegas on Monday ESPN NBA reporter Marc spears on the cousins injury speaking on SportsCenter with Zubin Mandy management tough watching this woman phone for about two years on E. sixty featured band with him in mobile Alabama Sacramento New Orleans and obviously open California and to see what he's gone through
"zubin" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"My guest this week is Zubin Demonte, aka z, Doug, MD Z would and I have been friends for about twenty years, and we talk about that actually at the outset. So how we met and and things like that we kinda lost touch refu- years. But then reconnected at Ted in two thousand thirteen when we both spoke. This is kind of interesting episode in the sense that I wanted to interview him, but he wanted to interview me. So when when when it got to his studio in Vegas, which is where we did this and his crew is there we filmed it. And actually ran it as a sort of Facebook live, and in the end, it really think comes across his pretty equal balance of about a fifty fifty of just to do sitting there talking about this stuff. And it was really a mutual interview Zubin, or as we Kanzi dog is kind of one of the most talented people I've ever met. I mean, not only is he talented isn't amazing doc, but he's just musically gifted he is comedic -ly gifted. And he has put those things to an amazing use in what he does. So he has all the usual accolades trained at Berkeley UCSF Stanford intro medicine. And of course, that's where we met and he went on to found something called turntable health in Las Vegas, which was part of this broader am Bishen of the urban revitalization in Las Vegas. It was spearheaded by Tony shea who is the CEO of Zappa's, and that's the guy who recruited Zubin there. This all started because Zubin was working as a hospitalised at Stanford internal medicine, but he had this whole side gig of doing comedy and music. And it was that which Tony saw that made him think. Hey. Man, you gotta do something a little bigger than just being internist at Stanford. His videos are mazing, and we're gonna linked to a lot of them in particular ankh the way to die lose yourself and seven years or my three favorites. But I've seen every one of the multiple times and have been following this for a long time many videos have gone viral. And I think in aggregate, he's got about half a billion views on Facebook and YouTube and either educating patients educating providers.
"zubin" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Saints have knocked off from Angeles Rams forty five to thirty five for the Rams their first loss. After starting the season with eight wins. The saints are now seven and one and still in first place in the NFC south. And by the way, you can pop. The champagne corks out in Miami. Out of here on ESPN radio. Sane say ninety forty five thirty five win over the Rams ram taking their first loss of this season saints. Meanwhile, wild won seven straight since losing their season opener as they knock off the Rams at home saints coach, Sean Payton doesn't mind having the crowd on his side. One of the things that's significant in our league is defending your home field and taking advantage of the crowd noise. The communication challenges. The opponent has. And. For the most part we able to do that in every game. There's momentum swings. Capitalize on those. With your home crowd. We've got a great fan base. There's a significant factor in plain here. You know, there's not every home game is like that for every team around the league. And we don't certainly take. For granted. In the atmosphere was good. I thought it was good. I mean, I've heard it louder and better, I'll be honest with you. But I thought it was good. I thought it was good. Saints hearing it from the home crowd. But perhaps not hearing off our NFL analyst Ryan Clark and Jeff Saturday with Zubin Mohanty praising the home crowd. But also saying I've heard this place a little bit louder. Atarot? Maybe if they play the Rams again in the NFC championship game in that stadium. Just kinda throwing it out there for Sean Payton getting the fans ready. So when you watch the game a lot of people are like, okay. Credit to the Rams they're down thirty five seventeen offense rallies and back to tied at thirty five. But you're saying something else helped them rally. Well, if you look at this team the reason behind twenty one is because they couldn't get a stop. They couldn't force the saints. You had the one fumble from from Mark Ingram. But other than that, they didn't they couldn't stop a nose bleed and they were given up touchdown touchdown at the touchdown. They got back into this game. Because they got stops. They got stops repeatedly. And they gave this offense at the Los Angeles. Rams an opportunity to come back. And so you go to yourself. Oh, that's good defensively will well, no they didn't four hundred yards. Thomas had a career day scene. And this is a team you're going to have to play to get into the Super Bowl. So you look at this defense and go back to last week. They were giving it up and you were scared that Rogers is going to get the ball Baker score against Minnesota. You're in another shootout this. Team has to find ways to get stops. Wade Phillips has to develop.
Hawaii wins 2018 Little League World Series championship
"Lou Holtz went the distance full six innings. To. Hitter Struck out, eight in four, appearances in this Little League. World series hold allowed just one run. In twelve and two thirds innings of work South Korea As done pretty well at the little league In williamsport six trips to williamsport South Korea's, made the. Little League World series championship games five times, they're, shut, out here by Hawaii as Louis Windsor three nothing to capture the, Little League
"zubin" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"zubin" Discussed on College Football Live
"And welcome to college football live. We are almost here kickoffs almost ready to commence with Greg McElroy, David Pollack and Emmanuel Acho I'm Zubin Muhindi and we're going to start the day with shea who else shape. Patterson, Michigan, starting quarterback news, fully expected throughout the off season became official earlier in the week. He's ready to go Hillary the starter for the opener Saturday at Notre Dame and he is thrilled. People look back and say. The other TV corvette in Michigan. All the t- cats all here in the coast. That I'm sure he's. He's, he's gonna prepare like no other best around and he's making his opportunity. And so. St.. Of course, speaking of Jim Harbaugh look at your screen. They're Michigan signal callers combined last year, threw nine touchdown passes its lows total since nineteen seventy five. And it does stand to reason that the kid that was born in Toledo, Ohio fired up to play for that school of north, whatever that's worth. Let's start with our quarterback, Greg back ROY first things. First, is he going to be legit like this the way people think right out of the game. I believe he will. If you look at shape Patterson skillset and where Michigan struggled last year, it was along the office of line. They couldn't keep their quarterback upright way too many hurries way too many quarterback hits and far too many sacks for my comfort level. So I look at shea Paterson I think, okay, well, what does he do? Well, that could relieve some of the pressure on the front and that's move around create on his own now, shape. Patterson is going to have to be smart with the football and make sure he manages the game and make sure that that defense is and put in a tough spot. But he's an immediate upgrade over anyone they've had at the position sense. Jim Harbaugh got to Ann Arbor, so I'm excited to see what he does within a pro style system and just how much that pro style system might adjust to incorporate some of Shay's skills. If it's a pro style system, I don't think he'll do well at all. I think he has to. It has to change..
Behind-the-scenes look at how Sam Darnold has impressed New York Jets
"Caller how about the excitement from the locker room Diana Rossini on sportscenter with Zubin. Was inside the locker room soon as this game wrapped up and of course the first person I saw was, the rookie Sam darnold and I just. Said. It to, him feels good. To get it over with. Right. He goes that was awesome he's probably use, the? Word awesome, fifteen times he's only twenty one years old right But the the glow he had and the glow that, entire locker room had based on darnold performance was certainly memorable for a pre season game so some of the ways our words they use to describe he was comfortable he's athletic instinctive he read the progressions well his field progression was good he's, patient he's poised he had command I spoke to Josh mccown specifically Zubin what weird situation this is here in, New York right yeah got Josh mccown the veteran. At, thirty nine years, old you got teddy Bridgewater who went out. Here and. Played well yet they all know that Sam darnold. Is the future and the council do you? Want to know what the differences between Sam darnold and most rookies I've worked with over the. Years when Sam darnold learns the playbook when he learns one thing it doesn't take them to three or four, times to learn it one time he. Goes. Out and, he executes and. That's why he's blowing away. This. Jet
Sam Darnold makes big first impression in Jets debut
"Games so it's cool to be able to get that response from all the fans and You know it's it's amazing deal to play in front of them Has Jeff fans are They're awesome they're excited right now for. This rookie signal caller how about the excitement? From the locker room Diana Rossini. On sportscenter with Zubin Mundine was inside the locker room soon as. This game wrapped up and of course the first person I saw was the rookie Sam darnold and I just, said it to him feels good to. Get. It over, with right he. Goes
Could The Nationals Trade Bryce Harper?
"Topple Stands Second consecutive nights are not a home. Run last night, here don't rights, three one Rockies four. One the final for Colorado that call an eight fifty KOA in Denver as the Rockies get the. Victory, now Saturday night was a big game for the ages of the Mariners have taken on each other and with the Astros, losing as you, know it's a chance for one of these clubs to gain a little bit of ground in the American, League West, standings all right time to cue the, angels rookie Francisco arsia Title major league, record here, in this first two big league games bars RBI's any That's gonna drive in another. Ride and we'll see if it might drive into also being, weighed around his insular he, will store Who is, Francisco arsia a rookie with the most. RBI in his first two major league games that's how about ten in the two games the angels route the Mariners eleven. Five, Seattle with the loss stays five and back in. Houston is the angels move up to just thirteen games behind the Astros again you're listening to sportscenter allnight here on ESPN radio the WNBA all-star game was held Saturday. In Minneapolis and for the third. Time in her career Minnesota's Maya, Moore turned out to be the best player on the floor three point lead. For team Parker Oh yes Bucket there has more helps the Candace Parker all-stars beat the Elena della. Don stars one nineteen to one twelve more named the MVP in front of her. Hometown fans again for that, third time what does it feel like to accomplish this in front of the home fans? In Minnesota you said it to be able to do this at home was. So sweet this is the first thing day when I got the trophy looked at it and just seeing the Minnesota logo for the all. Star game and I, just mild it made me, so happy especially in front of all these great fans speaking of smiling and being so happy as we take a look at some of your. Experts here you're absolutely. Terrific today whiling the home fans in the team Parker one thousand nine. Hundred twelve when I, got it ask you right before the game we were watching and we saw a couple of people including this fan in his shirt come up to you and she always felt like it was a lifetime accomplishment to. Meet you she broke down. In tears what does it mean when your fans call up to you? And your To them in that fashion I think the weight of it hits you of how influential. You are and people's lives when you see those emotional reactions and I just wanted to make, sure that, she felt super you know just loved in that moment and appreciate it in that moment and just trying to make it. A memorable memorable time. Forum, so it's an honor second half of the season is going to be a little condensed because a fee by a lot of Oh Look for the last seven WNBA champions me what the second half of the season's going to be. Like because I think it's fair to say this is atypical starphoenix for. Sure you, know it's definitely a unique extremely unique. Year what we've done is not. Normal and so this year's journey has been, different you, know being below five hundred points right above. It so we just have to stay the. Course everybody is beaten everybody out this year and a half game difference between maybe three or four. Positions and so it's it's great basketball as far as fun to, watch and we'll just going to try to do our thing for these last nine. Games Moron sportscenter Zubin, Mahindra the WNBA also announcing the twenty nineteen all star game will, be held in Las Vegas Sheron Thomas protected his yellow jersey in the. Penultimate stage time trial of. The tour de France on Saturday and he's got a one minute fifty one second lead to go into. Sunday's cruise down the shells Eliza victory and during Saturday's qualifying for the. NASCAR Cup, series race in the Poconos Daniel Suarez. Earns the pole position despite being. Third-fastest on the track because Kevin Harvick Kyle, Busch each, failed post qualifying technical inspection and other PGA. Tour is a four way tie for the. Lead after three rounds of the Rb see Canadian Open among the four tied Americans Dustin Johnson and. Kevin Tway coming up in a matter of moments Tom Brady meets, the media and Tom Brady walks away from the media these are the fun times NFL training camps this happens to be sportscenter allnight on ESPN. Radio and the ESPN app Your radio your computer your phone Tell, your. Smart, speaker. Play ESPN, radio ESPN,.
"zubin" Discussed on WEEI
"Needed it was france on fox sports technology part of the world cup francis first gold coming on a penalty kick that was given after help from video assistant referee var a first at the world cup with are being used taylor once again with zubin mohanty on the impact what do you make of this whole v a r and the biggest sporting event of the world zubin was the biggest story line for me coming into the tournament because he over a thousand club games coming into this world cup have used video system referee amyloidosis part of that process at best it's been fifty fifty at the reception of that the flow of it but for me i want to correct decisions everyone remembers in two thousand ten france for england versus germany frank lampard hits across four crosses the line and yet referee didn't see it we need video system refereeing in there however the discussion of clear and obvious the two instances today are not clear and obvious they go to it and that's where the the concern is for me because then you're taking away the little nuances of the game which says americans we love about baseball with balls and strikes if we're gonna do that then it becomes a little bit robotic but when they did go to video review they made the right calls it's just under the laws of it they didn't need to go to it because it wasn't clear and obvious also other matches on saturday denmark and peru playing the first ever meeting between the two teams three daddy school.
"zubin" Discussed on WEEI
"Next year sean farnum lose is a cost super talented senior center fractured right elbow it's over no matter how far they go that has what kind of an effect on produced chance is it costs who leads the nation in host up points per game averages over ten and a half points per per contest in poor true post up situations so when you go down with the injury now you remove that from your office now yes size coming off the bench they can't post up and score like he can't i actually think it's not going to affect them at all going into their next game where it will affect them in the sweet sixteen i'm not worried about butler and their interior against what purdue can do because vincent and carson edwards are more than capable of shouldering the load where i look at this game this injury affecting them as as they get deeper in the tournament i expect their pace of play to speed up expected to be a little bit more space offensively and because of that you're going to lean more heavily on carson vincent edwards tournament sportscenter with zubin muhindi speaking of butler way by dear to to shoot a three three he's got sixteen and a sixty four to fifty three the next up you have a pair of indiana schools squaring off with purdue and butler keelan morton ed twentyseven kamar baldwin had twenty four butler passed the seven seat arkansas seventy nine to sixty two aba we shift to the west region where the two seed north carolina had a challenge from lipscomb arguments sir bobby stretching mary inside to hand stuff for theo pinson senior two senior the connection for a pair at seventy eight fifty nine again westwood one radio network it's north carolina moving on as kenny williams go to eighteen theo pinson chipped.