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The Chicago Bears beat the St. Louis Rams 37-13 yesterday, their second straight road win and fourth win in six games. Zach Miller and Jeremy Langford continued to impress on offense while the defense shut down the previously unstoppable Todd Gurley. With the Broncos and Packers looking vulnerable and a soft schedule after those games, can the Bears actually have a winning season? The team's growing confidence certainly makes it appear like anything is possible on any given Sunday.
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LakersNation.com's Jabari Davis was joined by Jamieson Welsh (Fox Sports Radio) and Jordan Buscarini (Castle Country Radio) for the first episode of your Lakers Nation Podcast for the 2015-16 regular season. The three of them reassessed what might be realistic expectations for this team as the franchise continues to transition from what has been a remarkable run throughout a majority of the "Kobe Bryant Era" to establishing a new foundation centered around a promising core of young players led by Julius Randle, Jordan Clarkson and D'Angelo Russell.
The trio also addressed this week's 'LakersNation.com Roundtable Question' -generated each week by the site's Corey Hansford- and discussed whether it was a mistake by the front office to cut center Robert Upshaw.
The 'Twitter Conersation of the Week' centered around @TeamJ30_Randle's question about whether Jordan Clarkson's continued emergence could potentially delay D'Angelo Russell's development as a playmaker and eventual leader at this level?
This is a return visit from the beautifully talented Fred Hughes - and the reason for our get-together now will make you smile (hopefully!) Fred's "Love Letters" project has done really well - but NOW? It's time for an early peek at the holiday season - with Fred's soon-to-be-released "I'll Be Home for Christmas!" Yes, you heard me :) We'll be enjoying some tunes with maybe a hot toddy in The Chat Room. Hah!
The background that Fred has is deeply impressive. A pianist for decades, he showed strong promise as both a keyboard master and a conductor - in his 20's. In his Pennsylvania circles, he was known as an artist to watch. Involved in both the First Army Band in Maryland and the Eighth Army Band in Seoul, Korea, that reputation became etched in stone. In 1981, Fred formed a Jazz group called "Just Friends" - playing to sold-out houses throughout the Korean peninsula. At the same time, he served with the MBC Pops Orchestra in Seoul.
Returning to Lancaster, PA, the early roots of his trio were formed - then he joined the U.S. Army's touring ensemble, The Jazz Ambassadors. He was able to travel to all fifty states - and overseas, too. Amazing opportunities have found their way to Fred through the years! He has performed with orchestras and symphonies all over the globe; he has worked with Arturo Sandoval, Roy Hargrove, Toots Thielemans, and has been music director for Three Mo' Tenors.
Fred has found the time to become an author, educator, and those conducting skills never got rusty! "I'll Be Home For Christmas" is his 7th release - and he shares the joy of the upcoming season with Bassist Amy Shook and Drummer Frank Russo. These three have been playing together for a while - and their chemistry is delightful. You'll FEEL it!
Darius Soriano (@ForumBlueGold) of Forum Blue and Gold joins Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) to preview the Los Angeles Lakers season. Topics include: How good D'Angelo Russell, Jordan Clarkson, and Julius Randle can be; what to make of Kobe Bryant's potential last year and what will happen next year if he wants to return; the impact of Roy Hibbert on both ends; assessing the job of the front office, coaching, and training staff, and finally predictions for the Lakers season.
Amanda van der Gulik is a homeschooling mompreneur of two young children. She began her website, TeachingChildrenAboutMoney.com, March 2008 because she noticed that the one main subject missing in school for our children was 'how to manage their money and make it work for them'. Amanda's own money expertise comes from her own trials, errors and successes with building businesses, and investing in real estate and other ventures. She wants to help children to 'jump-start' their financial education and thereby avoid becoming another one of the tragic statistics of young bankruptcies. Amanda's mission is simply to empower children to go for their dreams and have power over their money by learning how to effectively earn it, manage it, and give some away to their favourite charities.
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West Coast Bias Episode #19 S07 – On this week’s episode of West Coast Bias the crew is back and talking more basketball as they now focus on the Los Angeles Lakers. The Lakers had an interesting offseason and draft as they were heavy in the discussion for all the top free agents and lost out on them all. They were able to land PG Deangelo Russell in the draft and were able to trade for C Roy Hibbert. So the crew will be taking a look at the Lakers and their chances of getting to the playoffs and competing in a tough western conference. So tune in on Sunday at 3pm PST/ 6pm EST right here on 4ACES Presents Radio Network…www.Blogtalkradio.com/fouracespresents
If you happen to miss The Core Show special featuring Tracy L. Murray, here's your chance to catch it on the rebound. In the first portion of the show, we asked Tracy about the hip injury he suffered at the age of 14 and how he overcame it mentally. We asked him about what meant more to him: scoring 50 points on his Glendora High School team more than once during a season in which his team nearly won the state championship or scoring 50 as a pro. We also asked him about what he felt was the most underrated aspect of his game.
We asked him about the job Steve Alford is doing at UCLA & why he felt Ben Howland wasn't able to lead the Bruins to another NCAA championship despite 3 straight berths in the NCAA Tournament Final 4 with a roster littered with future NBA players like Jordan Farmar, Kevin Love, Russell Westbrook and Arron Afflalo.
We asked about the Los Angeles Lakers in terms of their draft, which free agent signee in Roy Hibbert, Brandon Bass and Lou Williams will have the greatest impact on the Lakers this season as well as if he believes Byron Scott will eventually lead the Lakers to a championship . We also asked him what he expects out of Kobe Bryant.
Finally, we asked Tracy about the Prodigy Athletic Institute that was founded by his younger brother, Cameron, as well as about his involvement with the Ball-Up Streetball Team.
This interview will leave you more knowledgeable about basketball while being immensely entertained.
Knowing you’re not alone is one of the most important things when a relationship ends, because it can feel very alone. It can feel like, “No one gets how I feel right now.” You’re right: No one does understand exactly how you feel. We each have our unique experience of loss after a breakup. However, it’s also true you may be feeling many of the same things women have been feeling for years, and that can actually be freeing.
With her new book, "Who Am I Without You" 52 ways to build self esteem by Dr. Christina Hibbert has just hit the shelves - and Christi is here sharing with me in our Authors Alley on April 8th at 10amPT/1pmET and anytime in archive on #WoMRadio - the show for #mompreneurs, the new business woman.
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Show # 267 – Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With “Musicians You Should Know”
The Exit56 Blues Fest takes place in Brownsville, TN on May 23rd and includes a Blues Concert, Corvette Car Show, Classic Car Cruise-In and a Deep Fried BBQ Eating Contest. I will speak with Sonia Outlaw-Clark about the event and how you can be a part of this wonderful celebration.
Nate Myers has been playing harmonica since boyhood. He has performed with many wonderful musicians and he and his band, The Aces are well know for their great shows. Nate has a new album out entitled It’s My Music and I will chat with him about the album and his career.
Toots Lorraine and her band, The Traffic, are out of Jacksonville, FL, but their music is West Coast Jump Blues & Swing with Chicago Blues mixed in for comfort. I will speak with Toots and her guitarist husband, Chad Dant about their journey to this point and the music and the new album, Make It Easy.
COUCH KID NEW MUSIC WORLD PREMIER! My ‘nephew’ Mr. Sipp brings his upcoming album The Mississippi Blues Child to The Couch and we get to share it with y’all a couple of weeks before it drops. Thrilled to be doing this and let me tell you, I have been playing the darn thing over and over since it arrived!
Then another Couch Kid New Music Segment with Mark Wenner from The Nighthawks comes by for the third time, with music from their new release, Back Porch Party. Once again, this album is acoustic and was recorded live to tape before a studio audience. We’ll speak with Mark about the goings on of the Nighthawks and the music on this great new album
Football is back and we're leading off at 7pm with fantasy football. Find out the top 5 fantasy quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, tight ends, defenses & flex players in which there will be a few surprises. We'll also give you our sleepers as guys that aren't currently top 10 ranked, but who we expect to explode to become a top 10 fantasy player by the time your league championship is determined. We'll also examine various story lines that have dominated the NFL offseason including reacting to the suspension of Tom Brady being upheld & the ongoing saga that is NFL2LA. The director of Bring Back the Los Angeles Rams, Tom Bateman, will give us his insider takes on the LA situation at 830pm.
Then, there's reaction to the Los Angeles Lakers free agent signees of Roy Hibbert, Brandon Bass & Lou Williams at 8pm. At 730pm, we'll react to the 2015 Gold Cup by discussing the controversy surrounding the semifinal match between Mexico Panama along with the USMNT flameout against Jamaica.
We're proud to host Erroll Parker, program director for the Ron Palmer Summer Basketball & Academic Camp. He will talk with us at 815pm about the camp & how it's benefiting kids in terms of their athletic and academic pursuits.
We'll mix in a little baseball trade deadline talk.
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Thats right the 82 game regular season in the NBA has finally come to an end. The Celtics started this season as a team that was destined for the NBA lottery. The chances for that destiny being achieved went up when Danny Ainge traded Rajon Rondo to the Dallas Mavericks. Everyone thought for sure this teams destiny was a lock once Ainge traded Jeff Green. The fan's starting talking about going into tank mode for the 2nd season in a row. But instead the Celtics opted to fight in what was a weak Eastern Conference and show the rest of the NBA that they are not far from being able to compete with the NBA'S elite teams despite those teams having all-stars on their roster and Boston having none. The Celtics found themselves in the middle of a 4 team race going into the final week of the NBA regular season for the 7th and 8th spots in the Eastern Conference. The Celtics with no all-star players were in the lead of that 4 team race ahead of 3 teams that everyone thought was a lock for the NBA playoffs before the season started. The Celtics were ahead of a Brooklyn Nets team who had Joe Johnson, Deron Williams and Brook Lopez leading them in their fight for a playoff spot. They were ahead of the Miami Heat who of course did not have Chris Bosh but still had Dwayne Wade, Luol Deng and added Goran Dragic at the trade deadline. They were also ahead of the team that has been one of the top teams in the Eastern Conference the last few seasons along with Miami which is the Indiana Pacers and yet the Pacers had Roy HIbbert and George Hill virtually all season. The Celtics with no Rondo, no Green and while having no Jared Sullinger managed to catch and pass those 3 teams and have the edge going into the final week. So now we will discuss how did the final week end. Did the Celtics do what many thought was impossible and get to the NBA playoffs if so who will they face or are they headed to the lottery again. We recap the season with Adam Lowenstein