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Jared Dubin and Seth Partnow discuss the Kings' non-firing of George Karl and their leaky-ship organization, the merits and drawbacks of quickly cycling through coaches, the Knicks' firing of Derek Fisher, the progress of Phil Jackson's culture change in New York and where the Knicks might turn next before wrapping things up with some brief talk about Jimmy Butler's injury and the Eastern Conference playoff picture.
Amos and Ryan talk the latest news in sports including the Johnny Manziel Saga, Cam Newton's comments, George Karl not being fired, and much more.
Topics to be discussed:
1.) SB50 Recap
2.) Free Agency Wishlist for Falcons and Bengals
3.) Hawks reportedly willing to break up core of team
4.) What to do with Johnny Manziel
5.) How bad have the Sacremento Kings bungled the George Karl/Demarcus Cousins situation
6.) Hot Stove
7.) Host Rants (Time Permitting)
EdCast founder and CEO Karl Mehta to discuss how one mobile education tool is reshaping how we approach entrepreneurship and education through real engagement?
Learn more about Don Mazzella's new book, An American Family Sampler.
The new fall edition of Small Busines Digest is now available here.
On this episode of Real Talk Miami, Bobby & Alex will discuss all the hot topics around the sports world & a little extra on the side...
Hot topic of the day- Alex and his theory on ex's!
Super Bowl 50- Broncos future? Beginning or the end of the Panthers? Von Miller's gonna get paid!
NFL off-season violence- Is it over for Manziel? McCoy proving Chip to be right? T.O. snubbed!
Land of the Dolphins- Free agent rumors, Dolphins draft prep!
Around the NBA- Fisher fired! Karl almost fired? Trade chatter, buy-outs. WE GOT IT ALL!
State of the Heat- "Dark Side" of Whiteside, Riley on the move, the most feared team in the east?
2 Minute Drill- NBA All-Star Weekend festivities
Follow the show and the guys on twitter - @realtalk_miami ,@bobbymelendez88 , and @aj_atia. Visit our website www.realtalkmiami.com for the latest breaking news & up to date sport pieces!
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Fred Hammond is a Musician/Singer from Detroit Michigan. Born to Mildred Hammond in 1961, Hammond was one of 3 boys. (His brothers are Ray Hammond Jr. and Dave Hammond.) Having a background in church and music from a young age, Fred's first instrument was drums and eventually progressed to bass and piano. (Bass being his most prominent instrument.) After high school, he joined the U.S. Army along with a close friend of his Mitchell Jones. After they had gotten out of the Army, the two began to get involved in music ministry together. Hammond then auditioned to play bass for the Gospel singing group the Winans and toured with them from 1980 to 1982. Upon returning to Detroit, he and Mitchell Jones, along with 4 other friends (Karl Reid, Fred's Brother-in-Law Keith Staten, Michael Brooks and Michael Williams) formed the Gospel recording group "Commissioned." The group traveled the country doing singing engagements, establishing their fan-base and raising money to record an album. In 1985 under "Light Records", they released their first full album "I'm Going On." The group released 4 more albums under Light Records. (1986 "Go Tell Somebody"/ 1987 "On The Winning Side"/1988 "Will you be Ready?"/1989 "Ordinary just won't do") In 1990 the group moved to "Benson/Verity Records" and recorded their sixth album "State of Mind." This was the last album to be recorded by the group's original line-up as members Keith Staten and Michael Brooks left the group to pursue solo careers. New members Marvin Sapp, Maxx Frank, and Eddie Howard, Jr were welcomed before the group released their seventh album in 1991, which was simply titled "Number 7." This same year, Commissioned recorded an album with recording Artist, Carman called "Shakin' the House: Live." I
Tonight we breakdown the big game from Sunday between the Broncos and Panthers. We talk pros and cons, what is next for Peyton and Cam, and also how does this shape next season. We also discuss the Awards from Saturday, along with the next class in the Hall of Fame. Warriors get another win over the Thunder moving to 46-4. Can they be stopped? We talk about also who realistically can stop them? Also, George Karl is being rumored to be fired, but before that Phil Jackson takes out Derek Fisher in New York. Who is next on the hotseat? Also we talk the Summer of Durant and what that means for the rest of the league. Also we have a new Get To Know'em player, 3 strikes, and more.
Hr1 Man on the street, Mark Dice, asks people to sign petition to make dead Communist Karl Marx her VP. Yep, they're signing it...
Man proposes solution to rape culture is legalizing ?rape?. Really?!?! He's supposedly for "men's rights." What about the rights of women he suggests violently assaulting?!?
American college students are clueless about American government, history.
the United States Air Force lost a 7,600-pound Mark 15 nuclear bomb in the waters off Tybee Island near Savannah, Georgia. It's still there. Feel safe?
Anonymous Yik Yak users threatened to burn students living on campus and even suggested raping another. University president refuses to block Yik Yak from their servers. Why?
And a jobs report. It's not looking rosy, despite what President Obama says!
Hr2 Man on the street Mark Dice sees if he can get any takers for free samples at Holocaust Bar & Grill. What do you think they'll do? History matters.
Xander Gibb from XANDERMONIUM and X-RAD-DAILY and self-proclaimed Queen of New York media will be on to discuss today's issues from another viewpoint.
Remembering Earth, Wind, and Fire founding member.
Talking trans-everything, seminary white privilege glasses, & who knows what's next! The world's gone mad!
Poll shows students overwhelmingly oppose ‘Indigenous People’s Day’ instead of Christopher Columbus Day.
And appropriating culture with toe rings & bangle bracelets. Why is it appropriating? Couldn't it just be appreciating?
Hr3 Howard Dean says Hillary is under attack because of sexism.
Why was actor Richard Dreyfuss at a Ted Cruz event? Because he's interested in the politics of his country. Good answer!
Jessie Watters asks people why they support Bernie Sanders.
Donald Trump is magical. He really is. It is miraculous the way he is able to create an entirely new narrative. None of it is made up. Trump is taking things that actually happened and spinning it in his favor and is dominating the news cycle once again.
What Trump has done in this election is turn things upside down. I love when people on both sides of the aisle complain when he uses certain tactics to gain political leverage, because it’s not what they’re used to. They’re normally the ones who use these tactics, especially the GOP. Now that Trump is turning the tables on them, they don’t now what to do. They’re confused. Flummoxed. Verklempt.
It’s hysterical, because Karl Rove was the master of mudslinging and dirty politics. So was Roger Ailes and Mary Matalin. They were the kings of using tactics against their opponents that people called questionable. Whether it’s Willie Horton or John McCain being crazy from being imprisoned for five years in Hanoi, Republicans have unapologetically used every lowly trick in the book to gain a political advantage.
Now you have Donald Trump using Karl Rove and Roger Ailes’ tried and true methods and is going completely over the top with them. The GOP is losing their minds. When Trump attacks Ted Cruz, Mark Levin and Glenn Beck lose their minds. They don’t know what to do, because they’re used to being in the driver’s seat.
The notion that Ted Cruz is not part of the establishment is insane. Whether you are a senator or a governor, if you have worked within the political system, you are part of the establishment. Just because Cruz is a senator who calls other people liars and does a 10 hour filibuster whilst reading Green Eggs and Ham and everybody in Congress hates his guts because he is a loudmouth a**hole, that doesn’t mean he isn’t part of the establishment. He is a senator.
On their continuous journey across the NBA, the No Look Pass podcasts makes a pitstop in Minnesota to visit with the young Minnesota Timberwolves. With two #1 picks in a row in Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns, the Wolves look to be on their way to a successful rebuild. How do vets like Ricky Rubio and Kevin Garnett help or hurt this journey? Is KAT a good nickname? Who is their Batman and who is their Robin?
Also, with the Golden State Warriors and the San Antonio Spurs ready to showdown for the first time this season, the hosts will continue their argument on who is atop the NBA ladder, and break down the match up.
Follow the podcast on twitter @NLPPodcast and listen to archived episodes at WRSPN.com.
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