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At a certain point, the Indiana Pacers need to give up on Roy Hibbert as their starting center.
That point is now.
The All-Star center (can you believe we have to call him that?) laid another egg Thursday night in the Atlanta-Indiana series, shooting 2-for-9 with just two rebounds, none on the offensive end, in the Pacers 98-85 defeat as they fell behind 2-1 in the best-of-7 series.
If you look at Hiobbert's game log, it is both stunning and atrocious. The 7-foot-2 center has not scored in double figures in seven consecutive games, and it has been 15 games (and 26 of 27) since he reached double figures in rebounding.
Memo to Frank Vogel: Give him a towel and tell him to waive it.
The best move Vogel can make right now is sitting Hibbert in favor of Luis Scola, who is perfectly capable of playing center because that's the position he plays for the Argentine national team every summer. He is an accomplished low-post scorer, and since the Pacers gave up a bushel of assets to get him (Gerald Green, Miles Plumlee and a No. 1 pick), it is worth the gamble to put him in a role that he has manned for most of his career. He did score 20 points in just 17 minutes against the Hawks.
Furthermore, it might be time for a little more C.J. Watson, especially after George Hill went 1-for-11 in the Game 3 loss.
These were a couple of the topics of dicussion today as I went on the air in Indianapolis with Michael Grady and Joe Staysniak on 1070 The Fan in Indinapolis.
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?
Join Randy Slovacek, editor/writer of The Randy Report, as he launches the companion podcast to his popular blog covering pop culture, entertainment and political news of interest to the LGBT community.
On this debut episode, Randy talks with Broadway veteran Lee Roy Reams, who is currently starring (and we mean STARRING) as "Dolly Levi" in the classic American musical HELLO, DOLLY! in Boca Raton, Florida. Reams is the first American male actor to play the role of the meddling matchmaker, and he's getting standing ovations, soldout audiences and rave reviews. Major media has taken note of the critically lauded production all the way across the US to the LA Times. Reams talks about the hows and whys of taking on such an iconic female role, and making it his own.
Also, award-winning singer/songwriter turned movie producer Matt Zarley joins us to talk on the journey of his acclaimed musical short film, "hopefulROMANTIC." Accepted into over two dozen film festivals, the film is part music video, part Broadway musical and part romantic movie - in fact, it's all of those things and more. Zarley discusses the inspiration for the project, as well as the evolution of the film, plus he shares several songs from the film
Additionally, we touch on hot topics of the day including the current race for the White House and more.
The Allah Team Radio presents: The History of the FOI series
“An Interview with Murad Muhammad, From Newark Mosque #25 to International Boxing Promoter"
with co-hosts Wakeel Allah and Understanding Allah
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In the 1960s in Newark, as a young teen Murad Muhammad joined Mosque #25 where at 16 he got married and opened up a Muslim restaurant. He received his training under Newark Minister James Shabazz aka “The Son of Thunder”. Murad (as Paul 5X) became one of the top salesmen of “Muhammad Speaks" newspaper, and helped open other NJ Temples in Paterson, Elizabeth and Newark Mosque #25-B.
As a FOI he frequently traveled to Chicago Mosque #2 to hear the Hon. Elijah Muhammad speak where he grew close to his son Herbert Muhammad who also was the manager of World Heavyweight Champion Muhammad Ali. Murad worked full-time with Herbert Muhammad and Muhammad Ali and learned the Boxing business under their tutelage.
In 1974 Murad became the youngest boxing promoter in America, and since then has promoted World Champions including: Larry Holmes, Evander Holyfield, Razor Ruddock, Paul Scott, Matthew Saad Muhammad, Dwight Muhammad Qawi, Eddie Mustafa Muhammad, Roy Jones Jr, and he is widely known as the Star Promoter of Manny Pacquiao. He has promoted over 50 world champions, 1000 fights internationally on major networks, grossed over 100 million dollars in 6 months, and grossed over a billion dollars throughout his 40 plus year career.
Today Bro. Murad Muhammad is a businessman who serves his community. He is a prominent member of the Community of Imam W.D. Mohammed, and is valued and respected by the Hon. Min. Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam.
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BRASS KNUCKLE PROGRESSIVES RADIO - WEDNESDAY NIGHT EDITION
Headlines With Morgan Freeman
Interview with Gail Mountain, Member of Progressive Democrats Moving Forward Not Back, Writer & Journalist on the Trans-Pacific Partnership #TPP & the president's support of it.
Political Analysis: Republican governors and wannabe candidates for POTUS going ape-shit over Syrian refugees that recalls what the Nazis did before & during World War 2; Inaction in Congress; Donald Trump being a dick, especially about immigrants, refugees and his love of #OperationWetback in 1955, which resulted in the forced deportation of about 250,000 and the death of 88 migrants dumped out in the desert with no food or water in the July heat.
Interview #4 in our 12 episode series with Hollywood Legend Roy Thinnes (X-Files, The Invaders, Dark Shadows, A Beautiful Mind)
New Music Review - Marianas Trench - Astoria (2015) featuring the song, "Burning Up." Happy, infectious pop. Ace Ventura & Astrix - Pranava
This Week In Metaphysics - "Better To Be Nobody Than Somebody" - Embrace Your "Nobodyness" to be happier.
Douche Nugget Of The Week - Donald Trump gets it again...well, not literally, but he does get the Douche Nugget Of The Week Award for his tweet about guns and the #ParisAttacks as well as his support of #OperationWetback and for just being an asshole.
Entertainment Roundup including imdb pro Box Office Results. Be ready for Katniss Everdeen to poke you right in the heart with her love arrow!
#GOPeeOnYOUandME because they do. "We're all peons they love to pee on."(tm)
His book Everlasting Love: Living The Rock 'n Roll Dream with Buzz Cason reads like a Who's Who in music. He dared to found Nashville's first rock and roll band, The Casuals and with a career spanning six decades, Buzz Cason is still going strong. As a songwriter, with hits such as Everlasting Love, which has charted in every decade since it was written and cuts by The Beatles, Pearl Jam and U2, he's secured his icon status in music history. He's sung back up for Elvis Presley, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Leon Russell, George Jones, Jimmy Buffett, Kenny Rogers, Roy Orbison...and on and on. His visit with us...live...has created a lot of buzz (yes, I said that) and we are excited to grill him...live...Monday noon eastern.
Please Share Episode #337: Special edition review of ISIS attack on Paris coming to a town near you.
First Segment: Voices of Global Freedom hosts Backpack and Yoda in comprehensive review of ISIS terrorist attacks on Paris. Actionable tactics to survive and strategies to survive a terrorist attack on our homeland. Path to Martial Law, Federal interferance with Metro PD, Georgia Mount Training, Insertion of Fed Agencies, National Guard, Regular Army and total control.
Don't miss this high energy, entertaining, informative show covering current threats to our liberty and how to survive and thrive in these dangerous troubled times.
Voices of Global Freedom archives and Backpack's new book:
"Looking Glass Shattered: Cubicle Commando to Constitutional Conservative Leader" is now available on Kindle and free from Nov 15 to Nov 15 at the Amazon Kindle Store.
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