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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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We are Back!!! After an "extended" hiatus, we are back and better than ever. Tune in tonight as we give our takes on topics in the news such as the recent rampage at UCSB and what does it mean for gun control in the US. The vote is in and we discuss what the recent midterm elections mean for November. NBA playoffs are down to the Final Four and we discuss the winners and losers, as well as the "gabageness" of Roy Hibbert. 50 Cent may have thrown the worst first pitch ever in the history of major league baseball. Don't forget Movie Review and much more.... It's On!
This is the very first Roy and Rebecca show. We are doing our very first show together. We begin with introductions and welcoming to our listeners and each other. Announcements about the show, a brief bio of Roy and Rebecca and Yoda will come on the show as our moderator. We introduce today's topic ISIL or ISIS threat to America. Big survey's reveal most American's believe this will lead to a major Mid East regional war and ISIS terrorist attacks on CONUS.
We introduce other topic(s) to be uncovered. We are providing actionable tactics, methods, and strategies to protect listeners and their families. This is important and we will distinguish us.
The nucleus of news on radio not found in the commercial media. Roy and Rebecca connects the dots with cutting-edge crystal clarity of how we are all directly and indirectly impacted by current events happening in America and around the world.
Roy and Rebecca fascinates and entertains their audience revealing how conflict in the Crimea increases grocery prices in Seattle. They surprise their listeners about how ISIL terrorists in Iraq raise pump prices in California. How riots in Fergusion, Missouri threaten their security in Chicago. How the Tsunami of illegal's invading Texas ebdabger their kids health in Minnesota. Don't miss Roy and Rebecca moderator 'Yoda' and savvy celebrity expert guests!
My name is Joe Crawford and I am an entrepreneur in the Entertainment Industry. Have been for the past 20 years and continue to do so. I host 3 shows that are successful here in Canada and USA.
I also have been nominated for the 2014 Heritage Awards for Best Comedian by the AMG's which will take place in November in North Carolina. I also perform singing comedy shows with impersonations of Elvis, Dolly Parton & Tina Turner just to name a few. Also came out with my latest CD in June "Dreaming with Joe Crawford"
Sexy vixens, hunky, half naked heroes, and tons of romance. That's what my guest likes, and that's just what she delivers!
Join me on Thursday, August 28th at 6pm EST as I sit down and chat with Niecey Roy, author of A What's Love series, about her latest novel, Done with Love.
Is Alexis Gorecki done with Leo Moss? We'll here from Niecey about that, so tune in because you won't want to miss what happens when the former lovers come face-to-face!
Once upon a time…
Bridal boutique owner, Alexis Gorecki, used to believe in happily-ever-afters—until prince charming turned into a toad.
Months after being blindsided by her own horrific wedding scandal, Lexie is desperately trying to keep her boutique afloat in the wake of all the bad publicity. Waging war against her evil almost-in-laws—the people who will stop at nothing to ruin her reputation—sounded much better in her head. Lexie’s strawberries and cream personality really isn’t cut out for taser guns and blackmail.
To complicate matters, Lexie’s first love is back in town with his sexy green eyes and out-of-control abs. He already broke her heart once before, the beast. Leo Moss has always been her weakness and he’s made it perfectly clear what he wants. Can he convince Lexie she’s not done with love just yet?
On the show, we will be chatting with 3 youngsters in racing - Kodie Conner, Ryan Roy, and Gillian Kirkpatrick.
We will also be having a round table about NASCAR, and the last 2 races before the Chase - recapping Bristol and previewing Atlanta...
Don't forget Kate's Song of the Week, Need to Know with Niemeyer (with CLNS columnist Adam Niemeyer), the segment "Things that make ya go hmmm." and our previews for Atlanta!
See you Wed 7-8pmEST for the fastest show on the radio!
The full-length documentary, NEVER GIVE UP, NEVER GIVE is based on the life of Emmanuel Jal. In the early 1980s, at the age of seven, Jal was swept into Sudan’s civil war, becoming one of 10,000 child soldiers conscripted on both sides of the two decades’ long conflict. The film has been touring the film festival circuit. It premiered at the Berlinale festival and won the Cadillac audience choice award at the Tribeca film festival.
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Emmanuel was adopted by the now legendary British aid worker Emma McCune; Shortly after she adopted Jal, McCune died in a suspicious car crash, leaving Emmanuel “orphaned” once again. Jal rises from ruthless child soldier to refugee to rap star. He finds his own redemption and life mission through a message of peace that represents one of the 21st centuries’ most inspiring and hopeful journeys, and a metaphor for the broader African predicament.
Emmanuel’s journey is, in many ways, just beginning. His dream of Gua, peace, in Sudan, and prosperity in Africa, is threatened by corrupt leaders, genocidal warlords, and Western indifference. Hopefully, Emmanuel’s peace – his quest to make the world a better place through his music, activism and youth education – will prove to be far more significant than Emmanuel’s former war.
Join us today as we talk to author James Graham about his book, "Victura: The Kennedys, a Sailboat and the Sea." Many families sail together, but the Kennedys’ relationship with Victura, the 25-foot sloop purchased in 1932, stands apart. James tells us more on the show today!
And giving back is a huge part of Sports Palooza, so we have TWO athletes who stop by and talk about what they are doing to give back to their communities:
Leigh Bodden: He spent 9 years playing as an NFL Cornerback for the Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, and most recently the New England Patriots. He also supports the educational dreams of DC-area youth through the Leigh Bodden Foundation (founded in 2010).
Major League Baseball player Roy Smalley used the lessons first learned from his father and uncle and as a Little Leaguer® at Westchester National Little League in Los Angeles, Calif., to become a professional athlete, a successful businessman, broadcaster, and advocate of youth baseball and softball through his work as the President of Pitch in for Baseball. To recognize those achievements, Mr. Smalley has been named the 2014 recipient of the William A. “Bill” Shea Distinguished Little League® Graduate Award. He stops by to talk about the organization and the importance of little league baseball!
And, of course, we welcome back Nancy Flynn of the ePolicy Institute as she shares our social media faux pas of the week!
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It’s now been 40 years since Westchester Broadway Theatre opened July 9, 1974 with ”Kiss Me Kate” and has gone on to present 184 productions, becoming the longest running year-round professional equity theatre in New York State. They say that behind every good is a good womam - well producers Bob Funking and Bill Stutler have more than just one good woman making their 40 years such a success. Meet Von Ann Stutler, Pia Haas, Ginny Baisi, Lisa Tiso and more - the Women of The Westchester Broadway Theater! Join me on August 21st at 10amPT/1pmET as I share these amazing women here on Word of Mom Radio - the show for Mompreneurs - the NEW Business Women.
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