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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.
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Join us, for this very exciting episode, of the BYGP Locker Room Show, with former Oklahoma Sooner and National Champion, Damian Mackey! Football can teach us amazing lessons and the journey can contain many high's and lows.
Mr. Mackey, was an electric offensive and defensive high school football player, coming out of Northern California. When he jumped out to a hot start at The University of Oklahoma, many projected Mr. Mackey to be a sure-fire NFL draft pick, playing for Bob Stoops and his new, high powered offense. Unfotunately, that's not the way things turned out and Mr. Mackey's career was cut short due to injury, which forced him to find himself in other arena's.
Tune into this BYGP Locker Room Show, to hear Mr. Damian Mackey's football testimony and his advice for the next generation of big-time footballers. Don't miss out!
Tune in on March 26th as we wrap up #WoMMarch with our final anniversary party show! Joining me are WoMRadio past guests Diane Trone, Donna Cravotta, Patty Farmer, Linda J. Alexander, Debbie Barth, and Kathy Shimmield. Also joining us, Nancy Mueller who interviewed me this past year along with show sponsors Dr. Christina Hibbert, Nicole Borota and well...you never know. All I can say is that we are going to have a blast celebrating our anniversary month and hope you'll join is and have some fun.
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Can Bo Ryan and the Wisconsin Badgers continue their march to the NCAA Final Four this weekend against Roy Williams and the North Carolina Tar Heels?
Will Frank Kaminsky, Sam Dekker and Nigel Hayes step up huge against Marcus Paige, J.P. Tokoto and the Tar Heels Thursday night? What are the keys to the game, and will Traevon Jackson be a factor?
At the end of the show, we play audio from Jackson talking about playing Thursday and Hayes talking about stenographers.
Tune in on Wednesday at 2 p.m. to hear what evangelist Roy Ayers will tell us from the Word of God.
Dr. Roy and Joy Martina share life lessons. JOY AND ROY MARTINA are amongst the world's leaders in helping people get back into their power. Joy Martina is a Rapid Change Coach, the creator of the Christallin Oracle Training, a master hypnotist, a trainer of trainers and a co-author of six books. World-renowned holistic medical doctor and European thought leader Roy Martina M.D. is the creator of the Omega Healing Method and author of over 70 books (currently translated into more than 10 languages) including the international #1 bestseller Emotional Balance(Hay House). For nearly three decades, Royhas trained over 250,000 people worldwide, including doctors, professors, therapists, coaches and managers. Both Joy and Royare passionate about health, longevity and fitness. They say, "We are health food lovers, exercise maniacs, happiness addicts and never go to bed angry or stressed." Together, they have co-created a groundbreaking approach to weight loss called 'Sleep Your Fat Away'. Their comprehensive, step-by-step guidebook entitled Sleep Your Fat Away(Morgan James) is coming to Amazon in April 2015.
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* Malcolm Smith
* Roy Helu
* Dan Williams
* Curtis Lofton
* Nate Allen
* James Dockery
* Christian Ponder
* Trent Richardson
* Unsigned Available Free Agents
* The NFL Draft
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Today we're going to talk to Nathan Clarkson, who is the producer, writer and filmmaker of the new film Confessions of a Prodigal Son. You can see the trailer here.
Then we're going to hear some audio from a rally that Judge Roy Moore spoke at, as well as other breaking news today.
Genesis 8:22 tells us that as long as the earth remains there will be seedtime and harvest, summer and winter, night and day. In other words the earth will continue to flow with the cycles God has set on place. We are in a season in the cycle of God where He is granting us 7 Years of Plenty. Listen in as Roy shares on preparing to reap in this cycle. Join Roy Sunday's 12:45pm @ DWO East 14625 Mack Detroit, MI.
Chris Williams stars as Roy in the NBC comedy “One Big Happy.”
An extremely versatile performer in film, television and on stage (like his well-known sister Vanessa), Williams is no stranger to the entertainment arena both on and off camera.
Williams’ recent film credits include “Sex Ed” with Haley Joel Osment, “The Squatters” with Richard Dreyfuss and “Dealing with Idiots.” Other favorite films include “The Joneses,” “Lottery Ticket” and “The World’s Fastest Indian,” in which he played Tina, a transvestite opposite Sir Anthony Hopkins. Williams is also frequently recognized for his starring roles in “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story” and “Friday After Next.”
In addition to “One Big Happy,” his multiple television credits include major arcs on “Satisfaction” and “Family Time.” He also guest-starred as his sister’s doppelganger on “Ugly Betty,” and he appeared in multiple episodes of Showtime’s “Californication.”
Additional television credits include HBO’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” in which he played the title role of Krazee Eyez Killa, and David E. Kelley’s “The Wedding Bells.” He has also guest starred on “Monk,” “24,” “Weeds,” “CSI,” “CSI: Miami” and “Reno 911,” to name a few. Williams has also enjoyed a recurring character on “The Late Show with David Letterman” as a disgruntled audience member.
Williams continues to perform stand-up comedy, appearing at top comedy clubs around the world including Caesar's Palace, The Improv, The Comedy Store and The Venetian. Critics and audiences alike lauded his character-rich one-man show, “Old Blue Eyes Is Black.”