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This afternoon on the program, we get you ready to go for Game 5 of the #Rockets/ #Warriors in Oracle Arena as we give you the keys to the game from both sides. We will also recap the #Cavs/#Hawks series and what does this 5th straight trip to LeBron’s legacy? We will discuss this and a whole lot more! We are live folks! Tune in!
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Michael Breen has been working in Korea for more than 30 years as a journalist with The Guardian, The Korea Times and others. He's the author of 'The Koreans: Who They Are, What They Want and Where Their Future Lies' and the CEO of Insight Communications Consultants.
In the second of a two-part interview he discusses life under South Korea's 1980's dictatorship, the perils and possibilties of Korean unification and what the future holds for the country and its people.
Tonight on the program, my man TB joins us to chat about the game that is going on progress between the #Rockets and #Warriors in Oakland. We will give our thoughts on the game and keep you updated on the action. We will also preview the #Cavs/ #Hawks series which starts tomorrow and more! We also have inside news on a college coach that may be transitioning to the professional ranks. All of this and more as we are LIVE!
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The Houston Texans, HBO Sports and NFL Films are teaming up for an all-access look at what it takes to make it in the National Football League when HARD KNOCKS: TRAINING CAMP WITH THE HOUSTON TEXANS debuts in August. The first sports-based reality series – and one of the fastest-turnaround programs on TV – kicks off its five-episode tenth season this summer. Texans Owner Bob McNair and General Manger Rick Smith talk about the team's decision to bare it all and share the behind the scenes stories from camp with the entire nation. NFL Films Supervising Producer Ken Rodgers and Director Matt Dissinger discuss how the show is produced, why they selected the Texans and their goal for the show. Later in the show we talk with some of the players about the first day of OTA's and their thoughts about being on HARD KNOCKS. Louis Nix is back on the field for the first time, Brian Hoyer is making his Texans' OTA debut and Duane Brown is gearing up for a season with more changes on the offensive line. The NBA Finals are set after the Houston Rockets fell to the Golden State Warriors in game five of the Western Conference Finals 104-90. Steph Curry and the Warriors will take on LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. We'll talk about last night's Rockets loss; what this team needs to do to take the next step more. There are a lot of headlines topping the sports world this week including the drama surrounding FIFA. It's all up for discussion on this week's show.
The NBA Playoffs are in full swing with both conference finals series underway it is also baseball season. If you're a Houstonian or at least a Houston sports fan, this is an unusal May for the home crowd. The Astros are in first place in the AL-West and the Rockets are in the Western Confernce Finals! Stros manager A. J. Hinch talk about the 9-game home stand and their 6-1 victory over the Oakland A's befoe they hit road. The Rockets are the underdogs as they take on the Golden State Warriors, but don't tell them that. Although they lost game one in the Bay Area, they were in it until the very end. Dwight Howard was hobbled by an early knee injury he suffered in a collision with teammate Josh Smith and is questioanble for game two. We'll take a look at what happened in game one and what needs to happen in game two for the Rockets to even the series. And of course Deflate-gate continues to be a 'thing'. Patriots owner Robert Kraft declared his allegiance to the 'good of the game' at the owners meeting in San Francisco saying he wouldn't fight the penalites levied against his team. Speaking of the owner's meetings... what else are they talking about at this week's gathering?
The Traveling Eye host, Ja'Vonne Harley has returned from Japan. She visited Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka. Enjoyed the food, cuisine, shopping and famous sights. She flew on ANA and experienced their Business Class. Used the Japan Rail Pass and took the High Speed rail thru Japan. Stayed at the St Regis, Westin and Hilton Hotel chains. Now she is ready to tell you all. Listen in .
The Rockets haven't lost three straight games all year. But if they're going to keep that streak alive in Tuesday's Game 5 -- and with it, their season -- they're going to have to overcome a tidal wave of momentum in favor of the Clippers.
It's not just that the Clippers lead the series, 3-1. It's that they're doing it in dominating fashion. In their weekend romps, the Clippers became the first team since the 2001 Lakers to win back-to-back games in a playoff series by at least 25 points.
Our Ben DuBose is joined by Josh Reese of CBS Radio in Houston (Sports Radio 610) on the Red & Orange Report podcast to break down how the Clippers have done it, starting with an MVP performance from Blake Griffin. They also examine where things have gone wrong for the Rockets, like being torched by an opposing power forward for a second consecutive postseason. Is Terrence Jones on the hot seat, and might things be different if Donatas Motiejunas were healthy?
Other topics explored:
Was Chris Paul's absence a blessing in disguise for the Clippers, given the added minutes and confidence it gave to Austin Rivers?
With James Harden only taking 12 shots in Game 4 despite shooting well on the series (45 percent on FGs, 44 percent on three-point attempts), should he be more aggressive and shoot more?
Is Hack-a-DeAndre Jordan a worthwhile strategy for the Rockets, considering that it negates transition?
Does poor play in this series by Corey Brewer and Josh Smith impact Houston's likelihood of re-signing them this summer?
Take a listen.
Let's begin with the Harden and the Rockets staying alive to force a game 5. LeBron and the Cavs are trying to sweep the Hawks tonight. If LeBron leads his team to a title, how great of a performance is it? Will Curry after his fall play well in game 5? In NHL could we have two game 7's with Rangers & Blackhawks down? The Bears release Ray McDonald after another domestic violence issue. In MLB we will look at the standings and discuss what players are deserving to be an All-Star. Join us 5PM ET Call in 718-664-9098 @RaeAndTayToday www.raeandtaytoday.com
Matt VanVolkenburg's prolific blog 'Gusts of Popular Feeling' celebrates it's 10th year of analysis on Korean society, history, urban space, film and current events this month.
In the first of a 3-part interview, Matt discusses his ongoing research on all things Korean, as well as the history of social movements in the south half of the peninsula.
For an epic 10 year run of writing check out VanVolkenburg's archived work athttp://populargusts.blogspot.kr/
Music on this episode:
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Author Mark Heathco is a Korean Veteran who had served several tours and conducted patrols on the DMZ South Korea.
We gegin a busy show with a huge game 7 win from the Rockets over Clippers after being down 3-1. We analyze and predict Rockets vs Clippers & Cavalers vs Hawks. Grant Hill buys the Hawks. Will Paul Pierce retire & are the Clipppers done? Dolphins extend QB Ryan Tannehill 6yrs 96M & 49ers DT Justin Smith retires in NFL news. We will also discuss the NHL as the Lightning and Ducks both take game 1. At the Preakness American Pharoah runs away in the rain and is going for the Triple Crown. In MLB talk the Cubs & Nationals are closing in on 1st place and Cards & Dodgers still best in baseball. We end talking about the Iverson movie and a segment of the Top 5 worst NBA Finals teams since 1980. Join us 8PM ET Call in 718-664-9098 @RaeAndTayToday www.raeandtaytoday.com
With 14 minutes left, Game 6 felt just like the two in Los Angeles before it. The Rockets were close at the half, trailing by just two, but found themselves again blitzed in the third quarter, with the Clippers pushing the 64-62 edge to 89-70.
In the prior two games, the Rockets folded and lost by 25+ points. This time? They answered with a stunning 49-18 counter-punch to close the game and tie the series, sending it back to Houston for a decisive Game 7.
The wildest part? MVP runner-up James Harden wasn't even playing, making it one of the more improbable and remarkable in-game turnarounds in NBA playoff history.
Our Ben DuBose is joined by Josh Reese of CBS Radio in Houston (Sports Radio 610) and the Red & Orange Report podcast to dissect just how it went down.
The brilliance of Kevin McHale's in-game adjustments
Why inserting Josh Smith for Terrence Jones as a starter helped both players
The importance of Dwight Howard dominating DeAndre Jordan on the glass
The sudden disappearance of the Clippers' bench
Should Houston fans be concerned about Harden's p
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