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Steve Kerr has been very good at one thing in the NBA finals -- telling it like it is. Everyone watching this series can see the problem with Steph Curry's body language, and Kerr called the MVP out for it in his postgame interview Tuesday night. When your best player if lifeless and docile, you have to find a way to get through to him. Whether calling him out publicly was the right move is open to debate, but the fact remains that Kerr was merely stating the obvious.
A day later, Kerr acknowledged that the Warriors will take a long, hard look at going to a double-teaming strategy against LeBron James in Game 4, a statement that coaches and non-coaches alike are reacting to with the same disbelief: What the heck has been taking you so long?
The Cavs are basically a one-man team right now (albeit a one-man team getting a heck of a boost from a certain former rugby player), and even the most feeble-minded observer can be an astute second-guesser by asking the question: Can't you find a better way to try to stop that guy?
With those thought in mind, I jopined Colin Cowherd of ESPN Radio to discuss Game 4 of the NBA Finals -- and a bunch of other NBA matters
How many of the 16 teams in the NBA Playoffs have a legitimate shot at the championship?
It is a fair question, and it was posed to me this morning on NBC Sports Radio by host Erik Kuselias on NBC Sports Radio. Just to give you a preview, I did not answer "Trail Blazers," "Pelicans" or "Celtics." But I did give an answer that reflects what an odd situation we have on our hands after the first two days of the NBA Playoffs.
Clearly, the Los Angeles Clippers and San Antonio Spurs are both championship worthy. And just as clearly, one of those teams is going to be watching the second round of the playoffs from their sofas. After two days of postseason basketball, it is not unfair to say that the only series worth your while is the one taking place between the Nos. 3 and 6 seeds in the West -- the two teams that finished the regular season with the strongest finishing kicks.
But which team in the other seven series has a legitimate shot to make these NBA playoffs a bit more interesting?
Give a listen and I'll provide you with an answer.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Suzanne Dewitt Hall to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her storytelling journey and the new book RUMPLEPIMPLE.
Suzanne Braun Levine, founding editor of Ms. magazine, lecturer and author of numerous books on life after 50, joins us to share her thoughts on aging, authenticity and why learning to be “selfish” is a good thing. This is a special discussion you’ll want to be sure and catch!
Vanessa Sheridan @TransConsultant drops by @DriveThruHR and talks iwith @williamtincup, @Thehrbuddy@TheOneCrystal & @MikeVanDervort. We will be discussing issues around employees transitioning gender and how that may impact the workplace.
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Join 'She' for 54 minutes to work on the Inner Self.
During this segment:
Marvin Gay sang it..."Sexual Healing". In this moment when there are still unthinkable atrocities affecting children and adults alike...we all have the opportunity to do a little 'sexual healing' which will ultimately result in Honoring, Loving and Respecting 'Self'. Collectively assisting in ending the manipulation of 'Self' and others through the act of sex.
Explore and Align with 'Self', How to reconnect to Self?
Parables shared...Walk through a guided clearing experience and meditation. This episode will assist you in coming into Balance...
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Music by Marvin Gay and Others...
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JOIN ME AND GUEST HOST JACKIE HICKMAN, DOC BRADFORD HOWARD JR. WE WELCOME ARTIST, SINGER, SONGWRITER DAVEON BARRON SHARING HIS NEW PROJECT, "ALIVE" "I'M SPEAKING" "NO OTHER NAME"..PLUS AUTHOR SUZANNE MARIE DEWITT-HALL SHARING HER NEW BOOK "RUMPLEPIMPLE"..
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Join us as Sister Jenna welcomes filmmaker Suzanne Bryant to the America Meditating Radio Show!
Suzanne Bryant is the filmmaker of the powerful and internationally acclaimed film Yoga IS: A Transformational Journey. Her 20-year exploration of yoga led her to study with some of the most inspiring and celebrated teachers including Sharon Gannon and David Life, founders of Jivamukti Yoga, as well as Shiva Rea, Seane Corn, Dharma Mittra and Shyam Dasher. Suzanne is also a certified yoga instructor and completed her 500-hour yoga teacher training with Alan Finger in 2000.
With a Masters degree in spiritual psychology and nutrition, as well as being a meditation teacher and wellness coach, Suzanne combines her expertise to work with individuals and groups to move through obstacles and achieve the life they desire.
Since the release of YOGA IS, Suzanne has been featured in Yoga Journal Magazine, The Huffington Post, Elephant Journal,Fitness plus many others. Check out Suzanne’s Yoga IS Online Yoga Conference featuring rare interviews with your favorite teachers. Also visit www.suzannebryant.com and www.yogais.com.
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From kid programmer in 1971 to Forbes cover story in 2003, Joy, Inc. author Richard Sheridan (U-M grad BS Computer Science '80, MS Computer Engineering '82) has never shied from challenges, opportunities nor the limelight. While his focus has always been around technology, his passion is actually process, teamwork and organizational design, with one inordinately popular goal: the Business Value of Joy! Sheridan is an avid reader and historian, and his software design and development team at Menlo Innovations didn't invent a new culture, but copied an old one ... Edison's Menlo Park New Jersey lab. Henry Ford's recreation of the Menlo Park Lab in Greenfield Village was a childhood inspiration!