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June 20, 2024 36 mins

NFL owners discuss the idea of taking quarterbacks off the Salary Cap because of their large contracts. The guys play a game of “Draft Pick or Draft Schtick.” Plus, losing sunglasses and the Express Pros Pro of the Week.

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
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The Way tire Buying should be. So apparently there's been
some discussions. There's been some thought about maybe changing or
improving the impact that quarterback salaries are going to have

on teams around the NFL, so much so that Tom
Pellasero of the NFL Network, he discussed the possibility of
this quarterback salary cap, so to speak, being privately kicked
around by NFL owners.

Speaker 3 (01:33):
Here he was talking to Rich Eisen.

Speaker 5 (01:34):
There certainly has been discussion within the league, rich among
certain owners about even the idea of a quarterback cap
that at some point you want quarterback numbers to not
go over a certain percentage of your salary cap. To
my knowledge, that really hasn't gained traction, in part because
so many teams have paid their quarterbacks, and if you

went to suddenly an NBA model where also you have
the max and the super max, there's really only a
couple levels guys can get paid ad it kind of
changes the dynamics in terms of how you set yourself
up salary cap wise or whatnot. So absolutely, there's been
a discussion about exactly what you're talking about, which is,
how are we paying this much money to this position

and to certain guys just because they're the next one.

Speaker 4 (02:17):
Up, Brady Quinn, your expertise, quarterback salary cap, let's hear it.

Speaker 6 (02:24):
I mean, I'm personally not a fan of this because
you would be in essence, try to implementing rules to
limit the owners, you know, paying out x amount to
the quarterbacks, where you don't really do that to any position,
So why would you do it with quarterbacks?

Speaker 2 (02:44):
Like if edge rushers and wide receivers.

Speaker 6 (02:46):
I guess wide receivers would be another one to talk
about right now, since so many have gotten paid this offseason,
are we going to get to a point because wide
receivers are being paid so much they.

Speaker 2 (02:55):
Need to have a cat put on them.

Speaker 6 (02:57):
I mean, I understand, we have to understand that the
salary cap is put in place in most cases for parity,
because what you don't want is you don't want a
really rich owner and a really rich team to be
able to spend all the cash possible to be able
to essentially buy a Super Bowl. That is what you're
hoping is not going to be the case. So you

put in you put in a salary cap, and then
you're able to at least say, hey, this is a
level playing field here. I mean, let's just take for instance,
college football in the world of NIL. Right now, you
have many people who are frustrated with how the landscape
is changing, but we're not to a point where they
feel like it's fair. Well, why is it not fair

Well because you have certain schools who have a lot
more money than others, and so they can get more
of the recruits.

Speaker 2 (03:47):
Now, I would argue that's always been the case.

Speaker 6 (03:50):
Right, Like, when you have a school with a lot
of money, they initially used to probably entice you. If
they weren't paying a kid under the table, they are
probably enticing them with the facilities, the stadium, they're paying
for a coaching staff, the resources, everything else that you see, right, Like,
that was how they lure or recruit in. Look at
how amazing this stadium is, this facility, everything we have here, right,

That used to be the way.

Speaker 2 (04:14):
Now you got a nil.

Speaker 6 (04:16):
And so you know, if you're Texas and you're one
of their top recruits, as you walk in through their
football facility, you see a bunch of Lamborghinis parked outside. Right,
That video went viral and in essence, what you're trying
to do is create more of a level playing field.
It's no different in as far as why a salary
cap will be implemented. And so in this case, it's twofold.

It's probably for a parody to a degree, but it's
also because these owners are like, man, I don't want
to keep paying these guys so much money and they're
taking up such a percentage of the cap. Well, I'd argue,
if your quarterback wants to take up fifty percent of
the cap, so be it. You're going to fill the
rest of the team with the other fifty percent, Like,
that's your choice, Like, you gotta figure that out as

an organization if you want to do that, And if
that guy go down, yeah, your seasons in the tank.
And it's most likely it's most likely or probably your
fault for implementing that. So that just doesn't sound like
the type of ideology that would come from like free market.
And so I don't like it because I feel like
there's elements of you know, trying to you know, limit

how a team ends up spending its money. But that's
not business like, that's you get in the real world.
Every decision you make, every dollar you spend is going
to be you know, judge based on their performance, and
it should be the same thing in sports.

Speaker 1 (05:35):
You know, I feel like there should be a special
exception for the quarterback position. I think that would solve everything,
Like have a salary cap for the rest of the team,
no salary cap for the quarterback position. I feel like
that solves it because then now you can have enough
space to pay high end players that aren't necessarily a quarterback.

Could be a receiver, could be an adge rusher, you know,
it could be something to that effect that you know,
you might have a playmaker in your secondary, could be
something like that. And then your your cap is purely
based upon the other twenty one positions on on the team,

which when you think about it, I mean, what place
kicker or long snapper.

Speaker 2 (06:27):
You declude some specialists there.

Speaker 1 (06:30):
But but if you think about it, that that's really
the only those are the only positions that have such
such a small amount. There's no other position that has
that small of an amount of representation on your on
your roster. Quarterback, what a kicker and a punter, right,
I mean, that's probably it.

Speaker 2 (06:52):
Am I missing any anybody? You got?

Speaker 1 (06:54):
You got you have at least what six seven receivers
something like that, right, you have at least ten linemen
both sides, So on defense side you have like nine
to ten.

Speaker 3 (07:09):
We're a long snapper, I said, long snapper.

Speaker 1 (07:12):
I mean, but they're still considered to be linemen in
most cases. I mean, they could be a specialist, but
they are still considered to be alignment unless. I mean,
I've never really seen a different position outside of a lineman.

Speaker 2 (07:26):
Be a long snapper in the league.

Speaker 1 (07:29):
I know we had like a couple a couple of
linebackers or fullbacks that did it in college maybe, but
not in the league. So you're going to at most,
at the maximum, you're going to have three quarterbacks on
your roster. More often than not, it's generally two if
I'm not mistaken. So if you only have two guys

on your roster for that position, and your starter is
Patrick Mahomes, why not just say, you know what, just
like the coach, you don't have a salary cap for
your coach, So why not just not have a salary
cap for the quarterback. I mean, we all know that
that's the most like everybody knows that's the most important
position on the team.

Speaker 6 (08:12):
I guess I'd argue this way, then why have a
salary cap for other players?

Speaker 2 (08:15):
Why because they're not as important.

Speaker 7 (08:17):
Yeah, because they're not as important.

Speaker 1 (08:20):
I mean, you don't have to live, you don't have
to live on that side. So I don't need you
arguing for us. Q. You don't need to argue for us,
because we're not as important as you, and we know
we're not.

Speaker 6 (08:28):
That's why we Why for the rest of the offensive people,
I was more saying, you can't throw office back if
there's offensive lot tackle that can't protect them or a wide.

Speaker 2 (08:38):
Receiver that can't get open. I was actually argue for
the other offensive ones. That's Q is on it today.
That mean that's a bang bang right there. I'm proud
of you.

Speaker 7 (08:50):
I'm proud of you.

Speaker 6 (08:53):
But here's the other thing is I wouldn't I would
argue for defensive players or any other player, just again
from the standpoint that if you are the best in
the NFL what you do, you should get paid and
you should and if you're not going to limit quarterbacks,
then you shouldn't limit that player like Aaron Donald's of
the world.

Speaker 2 (09:12):
When Aaron was playing and you know, like he was
the best of what he did.

Speaker 6 (09:16):
True, like you can't put a cap on you know,
the ability for what he can make with all the
other fifty two players on the roster, right, but then
and then not have one for a quarterback or I
guess the other fifty one in that case.

Speaker 2 (09:29):
So I'm just saying like I'm either all or nothing
thing about it.

Speaker 6 (09:33):
Like you either open up and you let any team
spend whatever they want and let the free market dictate,
you know how this is all going to shake out
what teams want to spend it if they make good decisions,
or you put a salary cap and everyone falls underneath it.

Speaker 2 (09:46):
I just don't. I don't think you could do a
high boery. I would love it.

Speaker 1 (09:49):
I would love that, I mean honestly, because that's what
I mean. You're right, right, if you're going to put
all your money into this, It's like it's like when
you're building a car, you know what I mean, Like
you if you want to put more into the engine
but not put it into like, you know, the suspension
or something like that, then that's.

Speaker 7 (10:09):
Your you know, that's your prerogative.

Speaker 1 (10:12):
You know, somebody might like defense more than they like offense,
so they might want to spend more money on their defense,
you know, and say we will get a serviceable offense
and we'll win it.

Speaker 2 (10:23):
On the other side of the ball.

Speaker 1 (10:25):
I think that would be awesome to not have a
salary cap personally. I mean, because at the end of
the day, you're only going to pay what you're willing
to pay. Regardless, You're only worth what the team is
willing to pay you. So if you say, hey, I'm
going to test a free agency market and I want
to see if they're.

Speaker 7 (10:44):
Going to pay me more, then so bid, so bid.

Speaker 1 (10:48):
If somebody's gonna pay you more for your player, at
least have the option to match first rite or refusal.
You don't want to match it, then let the guy
go to that team. I think that'd be awesome.

Speaker 4 (10:59):
Let me ask you as a question, if there was
no salary cap, non quarterback, who.

Speaker 3 (11:05):
Would get the most money.

Speaker 2 (11:07):
Jefferson, do you think so right now? Mm hmmm, because
like that's a tough question.

Speaker 4 (11:15):
If Aaron Donald's gone, then it kind of opens things
because I would have said Aaron Donald, like if he's
the best in his position.

Speaker 1 (11:21):
To say, it's Maus on defense, it's it's moles Garrett,
it's it's up there, TJ. T J.

Speaker 2 (11:29):

Speaker 1 (11:30):
Possibly they might use his age against him. I mean,
but I mean, like like what I don't know in history? Yeah,
I was thinking that, but I didn't want to say it.
But but I mean.

Speaker 2 (11:48):
What do you think I was gonna say? I don't know.

Speaker 7 (11:50):
You might have had some good I mean, you want one?
You own one today?

Speaker 2 (11:55):
Jonas, I don't know.

Speaker 7 (11:59):
You might don't. Is that what they go with?

Speaker 1 (12:04):
But he's in the black and gold though he gets
the black.

Speaker 4 (12:08):
That's all the you know, that's that's the easy go
to there. Yeah, I just I wonder.

Speaker 2 (12:14):
You know, the shake you're not a quarterback that didn't work,
like you're tax differently.

Speaker 3 (12:22):
I just I wonder, like who would be that?

Speaker 2 (12:25):
Justin Jefferson money like you.

Speaker 7 (12:28):
Ain't gonna get it? There, go get it? And there
were go get it.

Speaker 4 (12:32):
Yeah, hey Coop Pier's twenty bucks, go buy a mirror, buddy.
And and that's your answer is.

Speaker 2 (12:36):
To why you're bet that would have been lead?

Speaker 3 (12:38):
But probably you white?

Speaker 2 (12:44):
You sorry?

Speaker 4 (12:47):
I mean, I but I wonder also though based on potential,
maybe it's Micah Parsons, like if you're looking at it
at just potential, if he was if he was ready
to sign a contract right now and there.

Speaker 2 (12:59):
Was no page side like, well, he is ready to
sign a contract, so he is.

Speaker 4 (13:05):
So that might have been LeVar. That might have been
a lot of money coming back to Stick City there,
you know.

Speaker 3 (13:10):
From from I.

Speaker 1 (13:11):
Hope he gets it, man, I think he's going to
have I've been seeing a lot of how he's been
preparing for the season. I'm pretty excited to see him
play this year. Man, Yeah, I really am. I'm curious
as to what it's going to be like with a
different defensive coordinator. And you know you're talking about like
kind of or hearing him talk about how they haven't really.

Speaker 2 (13:31):
Talked too much.

Speaker 3 (13:32):
Seems like it's going well so far.

Speaker 1 (13:34):
Yeah really, yeah, you know, but you know, we'll see
how it goes.

Speaker 4 (13:38):
Now, do you want me, because it's probably like twenty
minutes away from where I live, do you want me
to drive up to Knox Snard and take a look
at Cowboys training camp?

Speaker 3 (13:46):
Let you guys know how it's going.

Speaker 2 (13:47):
Well, we should go. We should ever laugh from there?

Speaker 3 (13:49):
One hundred percent?

Speaker 2 (13:50):
We should? Why should we go? We should go?

Speaker 3 (13:53):
Let's go?

Speaker 2 (13:54):
What I think for this.

Speaker 3 (13:59):
In Knox in the eight oh five, that's a home game.

Speaker 6 (14:02):
Do you feel like someone's gonna have a sign instead
of rooting for the Cowboys in training camp which they
go to Knox.

Speaker 3 (14:08):
Start still yeah, yeah, they're still there.

Speaker 2 (14:11):

Speaker 6 (14:12):
Well, I know some teams have like changed up, like
the Raiders. Obviously they don't go to They should a
nap it didn't they.

Speaker 4 (14:17):
Yeah, now they're in coast. There's like three teams that
are doing training camps like in Orange County.

Speaker 2 (14:23):
Uh, we should do like, we should do a tour.

Speaker 1 (14:26):
We should do a training camp tour where like you know,
like these podcasts out here and do like sit down
there in I'm in some.

Speaker 2 (14:34):
Sit down with the players.

Speaker 6 (14:36):
Here's the problem that you aren't you all aren't figuring out,
is you can go to the East Coast because of
our time slot.

Speaker 2 (14:42):
It'd be way more beneficial for all involved.

Speaker 3 (14:45):
Yeah that's fine.

Speaker 1 (14:47):
I mean, I mean I'd say just let's start in
California and let's get all the teams in California.

Speaker 6 (14:52):
All right, Well, there's not much action going on at
three am Pacific time for the training follow me here,
Q I know, I know, interviews and then we just
you know, we chill out for the first hour. I'm
a radio purist though, so like Iang doing pre pre
recorded stuff like that. It's gonna be live, yeah, wreck

dot Com Studios live.

Speaker 4 (15:18):
And if we do it on the East coast, can
we rent a van and just tour like we'll just
drive from spots.

Speaker 1 (15:24):
Van though it sounds like that's something the tour bus.
Let's get the whole experience of going on tour, the
John Madden tour bus, I mean, or the Cowboys tour bus,
you know.

Speaker 3 (15:34):
Yeah, oh god, Yeah.

Speaker 2 (15:36):
There's a poll on there. There's a lot of people
in on that bus.

Speaker 3 (15:42):
Do we have out.

Speaker 6 (15:44):
You get out back Steakhouse to sponsor us? They still
onion in there.

Speaker 2 (15:49):
They're definitely not around like they used to be. Maybe
red lobster. Oh no, no, they're gone going happen, They're gone.

Speaker 4 (15:59):
And by the way, if you uh, if you're if
you go bloom an onion, the next morning show is
going to smell like ass.

Speaker 2 (16:07):
Because that next morning show.

Speaker 3 (16:09):
Yeah that sits on your bread.

Speaker 6 (16:10):
Yeah but yeah, yea, hopefully there's the rule there's no
number twos and on the bus.

Speaker 4 (16:15):
Yeah, well, unless you're in the Dave Matthews band, you
can just dump it on the Chicago River while people
are doing an architecture tour and.

Speaker 3 (16:23):
Uh, tell them is it raining?

Speaker 4 (16:26):
Nahave Matthews crash into me with flying turts?

Speaker 3 (16:35):
What a great idea?

Speaker 2 (16:37):
That's gross.

Speaker 4 (16:38):
Well listen now that that's an idea, So Lee, can
we can we get that started?

Speaker 3 (16:42):
Can we effort that?

Speaker 7 (16:42):

Speaker 2 (16:43):

Speaker 4 (16:43):
Do the Steelers still do training camp in Latrobe? I
would love to go to see Rolling Rock.

Speaker 2 (16:48):
Saint Vincent College. I believe it is. I think you're right. Yeah,
that sounds right. I will do that.

Speaker 3 (16:55):
We'll get to the we'll get to the bottom of that.

Speaker 1 (16:57):
I know a few people around them parts, you know
what I mean. If we put together our our network
of people that we know, I can guarantee you we
probably have a really, really, really nice time.

Speaker 4 (17:07):
Well that's the case. I'll get you guys hooked up
in Mexico, no problem. Take over Tijuana, Tijuana.

Speaker 3 (17:14):
Yeah, it is two pros.

Speaker 2 (17:16):
And Tijuana call it Tijuana.

Speaker 7 (17:19):
There is.

Speaker 2 (17:21):
There is.

Speaker 3 (17:23):
Coming up deck.

Speaker 2 (17:24):
I heard of it.

Speaker 4 (17:24):
I have definitely have coming up next here from the
tiraq dot Com studios. We're gonna play a little game here,
all right. We're gonna we're gonna try and make it
a little bit easier for you to get ready for
a major sporting event and that's yours next year on FSR.

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Speaker 7 (17:55):
I mean people took this way too literal though.

Speaker 6 (18:00):
Yeah, people be tripping them over tables and stuff. I've
watched so many bottles getting knocked over in the club
to night.

Speaker 1 (18:08):
I have tried my hardest to try to wear sunglasses
like at night and and like you know places I've
tried it. I can't do it. It does not work
for me.

Speaker 6 (18:24):
I mean, especially if you have some drinks too, you know,
you start to lose a little bit of this vision
sometimes if you're a little sleep if it's laid out.

Speaker 2 (18:33):
I can't do it either. I mean I just didn't work.
I tried.

Speaker 1 (18:39):
I really tried to get into it, cause I'm like,
like now that I got like kind of like a
good body now from being obese, now that I can
put clothes on and stuff like that, Like I try
to go like this year's Super BOWLD, like I was
really going for like sexy dude, you know what I mean.
And and part of that was, like I brought my sunglasses.

I had some tom forwards, you know, pop my sunglasses on.
I was walking through the casino with my sunglasses on.
I was coming into media row with my sunglasses on.

Speaker 2 (19:11):
I couldn't do it. I couldn't see anybody.

Speaker 7 (19:14):
I really, like, what's feeling like?

Speaker 3 (19:16):
I was blind well off. They could see you and
it was guns.

Speaker 2 (19:20):
Up, dang guns out. Yeah.

Speaker 6 (19:23):
Finally, the other issue I can't ever wear sunglasses anywhere.

Speaker 2 (19:26):
It is because I always lose them.

Speaker 6 (19:28):
I do too, like that person that you do too,
that it's not even worth having them, Like I just
I lose them. Talking to me, gone doesn't matter. I'm
by twelve dollars pairs from Amazon. At this point, I'm
with you, like that's where I'm at.

Speaker 1 (19:44):
I'm with you. Bro shouts out to Oakley's as well. Man,
you know they may be coming on our show, so
oh yeah, maybe okay, good and maybe we'll just so
you know, Oakley's, if you give us anything.

Speaker 2 (19:58):
I will lose it.

Speaker 6 (19:59):
So you tell the sunglasses and donate them or give
them away as a prize to someone else, because it's
not worth giving it to me.

Speaker 2 (20:06):
I promise you that.

Speaker 1 (20:07):
Well, we'll just have Oakley send you the Brady throw
away pair.

Speaker 2 (20:12):
No, it's like going to be like crookies or whatever.

Speaker 6 (20:15):
We're like, you can't like get them off your head
because I've lost them just that way.

Speaker 2 (20:19):
But they're going.

Speaker 6 (20:20):
What we should do is have a We'll have a
caller call in, we'll get there a dress.

Speaker 2 (20:24):
We'll send them some Oakley. You know what. There you go,
y'all hear that Oakley.

Speaker 1 (20:29):
We're going to do Oakley giveaways, but we're going to
do a limited edition. We're going to add it like
a little strike onto the O and turn it into
the skip you yeah o Q Now it turns it
into a cue.

Speaker 4 (20:42):
All that means is that caller is going to be
Lee from the other studio calling in trying to get
a pair of.

Speaker 2 (20:51):
What would that sound le love sunglasses?

Speaker 9 (20:53):
Hell yeah, sunglasses?

Speaker 2 (20:55):
I do.

Speaker 9 (20:56):
I gotta. I got an Oakley Connect, I got a
Blenders Connect.

Speaker 10 (20:59):
And then but I always just every Christmas, I give
I get a box set of like five generic ray
Ban knockoffs because I go through those like candy, what
are they?

Speaker 3 (21:12):
Roy Ben.

Speaker 2 (21:15):

Speaker 3 (21:17):
They just like it dang by the way, I got
Lee these.

Speaker 4 (21:21):
Uh well, I mean he doesn't need him now, but
back when he was committed, I got Lee some fake
beer can covers to where it says instead of a
Coca Cola, it says Coco Cola, and they it looks
just like an actual Coca Cola can, so he could
hide his beers. And uh, that's what they do with
a lot of these sunglasses. They'll just take a letter

out and instead of Oakley, there'll be Oaki's. Instead of
ray Bands, they'll be roy Ben's. And you can find
those at a liquor store anywhere. Great, great, great place
to get a sunglasses at a liquor store, Lee.

Speaker 10 (21:54):
That's very true. That's where I was get or a
gas station. Yeah that works seven dollars.

Speaker 3 (21:59):

Speaker 9 (22:01):
I got a bunch of Kings Hawaiian sunglasses too.

Speaker 6 (22:05):
Yeah, you really loaded up on those, Huh.

Speaker 3 (22:08):
I did.

Speaker 2 (22:11):
Every free wears it like takes this time.

Speaker 3 (22:16):
Hey, what was the plan? We were on a remote
it might have been a graduate remote.

Speaker 4 (22:19):
And Lee gets on the plane and I look at
him and he's got like these red sunglasses. I'm like,
why are you wearing those? And it was like some
like what company, what brand? Sunglasses? Was that they were
freebies from some company like Hines Ketchup or someplace like that,
and you were wearing the glass.

Speaker 3 (22:37):
Do you remember what I'm talking about?

Speaker 10 (22:39):
Yeah, but they were short lived. They I snapped them
or lost them pretty quickly. I'm trying to remember what
that what those were.

Speaker 4 (22:45):
And I think it was because you had to leave
in a hurry and you and you forgot to grab
your better pair, and so you just went with those.
And they were like there was some generic there was
like a company had given them to you. They were
like giveaways.

Speaker 10 (22:56):
Yeah, and I was feeling myself. I thought they looked good.
But then you kept making fun of him.

Speaker 2 (23:00):
No, Lee, what are you not feeling yourself?

Speaker 9 (23:03):
I mean, come on, that's true. I'm always feeling myself.

Speaker 2 (23:07):
He's always got some swag tool.

Speaker 1 (23:10):
Don't tell too many people that, Lee, you know, I mean,
they might misinterpret That's right.

Speaker 2 (23:16):
He's got that big Lebowski kind of swag tol you know.

Speaker 3 (23:19):
Based on where he was this weekend, probably late.

Speaker 2 (23:22):
Yeah, well I'm late in the week so I don't
know where he was.

Speaker 3 (23:25):
Where We talked about a Friday, he was at a wedding.

Speaker 2 (23:28):
You know, Oh that's right, how'd that go?

Speaker 9 (23:33):
It was really fun. It was a really good wedding.

Speaker 3 (23:35):
He felt right at home.

Speaker 9 (23:36):
Yeah, oh wow.

Speaker 10 (23:38):
They had They had an in and out truck out
front of the church, and it was a dry wedding.
So at the end, when everyone was done getting there
in and out, I went back to the truck to
get some more pink lemonade, and I busted out my flask.

Speaker 6 (23:51):
And if he shocked it was a dry wedding. They
want to get everyone all looped up to get him
on the dance.

Speaker 3 (23:56):
Floor, and who would have guessed it was pink lemonade?

Speaker 10 (24:00):
I mean right, So I have to the flask into
my in and out picked lemonade and the whole in
and out truck cheared.

Speaker 3 (24:07):
Just great.

Speaker 9 (24:08):
It's a very bonding moment.

Speaker 3 (24:10):
Tang, two pros and a cup of Joe.

Speaker 4 (24:13):
Here on Fox Sports Radio, it is LeVar Arrington, Brady Quinn,
Jonas Knox with you. So we are going to, uh,
We're going to have this fun little game because it's
really going to challenge a lot of people here in
the world of sports, because nobody wants to just be
truthful about an issue than an entire sport has and
it's what the hell is going on and who's involved.

So we're going to have that fun little game and
that fun little exercise for you here from the ti
raq dot com studios coming up here shortly. We want
to make sure we have full time in order to
get all this done and make sure we give it
its proper due, and so we're going to have fun
with that coming up here. Because Lead to Lap is
put together a bunch of a bunch of names. Some
of these names are real, some of these names are not,

and we will get to that list coming up here shortly.
It is time to hand out an award here, and
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Speaker 7 (25:32):
Team and prop guys in for.

Speaker 3 (25:33):
The two hand slab. There's the player movement.

Speaker 7 (25:36):
The ball movement.

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Follows in the Celtics Wait five three, and that is
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So it is two pros and a cup of Joe
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Speaker 8 (26:28):
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Speaker 3 (27:22):
So it's time now. This is the creation of one
Brandon T.

Speaker 4 (27:30):
Quinn and Lee to Lap is going to be the
host of a game we're calling draft pick or draft stick.
So Lee has got a list of names. It's either
somebody who will be in the green room for the
NBA Draft Lottery.

Speaker 2 (27:51):
I love this for so many reasons.

Speaker 4 (27:53):
And somebody who will not and it's completely made up.
So Lee, how do you want to do this? We've
got a I have a piece. We see how we
do best out of.

Speaker 1 (28:02):
Follow these avid sports fans and see if they could
get it that.

Speaker 10 (28:09):
Uh yeah, we could go round robin around the room.
I'll list out a name. I'll go one by one
to you guys, and you tell me whether it's a
draft pick or draft stick.

Speaker 3 (28:19):
All right, we're into it. Uh So let's uh, who
do you want to start with.

Speaker 10 (28:22):
Let's uh, let's start with mister Brady Quinn right now,
step on up.

Speaker 2 (28:27):
Oh no, oh no, all right, here we go.

Speaker 10 (28:30):
All right, Brady out of Serbia, we have got Nicola Jurassic.

Speaker 3 (28:39):
Draft pick or drafts out.

Speaker 2 (28:40):
It's name, I'm gonna say draft pick.

Speaker 9 (28:49):
Dang, that would be it's a draft stick.

Speaker 10 (28:54):
It's close because there is a Nicola topic out of Serbia.
But this is Nicola Durissic, who's also out of Serbia.
Real name, but he is not an invitee. But here's
a basketball he is an actual basketball player. I wait
to get his hopes up.

Speaker 9 (29:09):
Yeah, it was close, very close.

Speaker 7 (29:11):
All right, Well, he ain't technically wrong.

Speaker 2 (29:13):
He plays ball, so he.

Speaker 9 (29:15):
Does play right. All right, all right, bar are you
you're up next?

Speaker 10 (29:18):
He ain't getting drafted though, he ain't getting Draftedang, all right,
var here we go.

Speaker 9 (29:25):
We've got out of Colorado Cody Williams.

Speaker 1 (29:30):
I mean that sounds pretty uh predictable.

Speaker 2 (29:36):
Uh, just based off of Williams. I'm going to go
draft him.

Speaker 7 (29:38):
Paul the.

Speaker 3 (29:48):
What are you trying to say him at the last
name Williams? What Ted Williams saying?

Speaker 7 (29:53):

Speaker 2 (29:53):
Yeah, he was a baller.

Speaker 7 (30:00):
Football so hard froze him up.

Speaker 3 (30:03):
You can still go, You can still do it, Hey, Ted, Hey, Hey, Ted,
go sit in the sun for an hour. We need
a base hit.

Speaker 7 (30:13):
Him out. Damn bout demo.

Speaker 2 (30:19):

Speaker 9 (30:21):
All right, Jonas getting there.

Speaker 3 (30:23):
This is gonna be easy. Monday five or five.

Speaker 10 (30:25):
Here all right, out of the great country in continent
of Australia, we have Patrick Phillips.

Speaker 4 (30:36):
That's a draft stick. No Australians. Pat, sorry, Phillips, that
doesn't sound like an Australian name.

Speaker 3 (30:46):
It is it is.

Speaker 10 (30:47):
There is a there's a Patrick Phillips in Australia.

Speaker 2 (30:49):
Yes see, now you're your reasoning has falled.

Speaker 7 (30:53):
It's been flawed, right, but yours has it?

Speaker 1 (30:57):
No? I was sound, that was very sound, alright, Brady,
get it here on, Brady, get on getting on together,
bradyrre we go, here we go.

Speaker 9 (31:07):
We've got Yves Mesi out of Baylor.

Speaker 7 (31:15):
Come on, cue, we got this, give us to give
it to us. How about this for cec hold for
I got it?

Speaker 4 (31:25):
Wait, hold on? Why why are you gonna fill in
for him? Because he told me to answer he's doing
show prep.

Speaker 2 (31:30):
Oh okay, all right, Brady, I've got it. I've got it. Okay,
although I feel like I'm getting the hard ones.

Speaker 6 (31:36):
By the way, I'm gonna say, that's a that's a
traffic bam.

Speaker 7 (31:40):
Come on, I feel good about it.

Speaker 9 (31:43):
I'm trying to trick me that I did try to
trick you.

Speaker 2 (31:46):
There. Give Jonas some Europeans.

Speaker 10 (31:48):
I mean, come on, all right, I got them, all right,
I got them.

Speaker 2 (31:53):
It's me.

Speaker 10 (31:53):
It's my turn, all right, back to you, of are.
We got Moses Horton out of California.

Speaker 1 (31:58):
Moses Horton California sounds amazing. And you tried to trick
me because that Horton could go either way. But I'm
going with stick all the way, NBA stick, Let's go.

Speaker 3 (32:13):
Damn dang. All right, all right, let's go with the uh.

Speaker 9 (32:18):
Let's go with a German. No yeah, German for uh
yeah Lee.

Speaker 7 (32:23):
I am a.

Speaker 3 (32:24):
I'm a big fan of Ramstein, so you know this
is gonna be easy money for me.

Speaker 2 (32:29):
All right?

Speaker 10 (32:30):
Out of Germany we got Bekomy Dad Yet what did
you just say?

Speaker 9 (32:35):
Komy? Daddy it?

Speaker 3 (32:39):
Hey call me daddy it.

Speaker 6 (32:41):
This only ports the greater picture. I no one knows
who the hell's get drafted then anymore.

Speaker 3 (32:50):
I'm gonna say it's a draft stick.

Speaker 2 (32:52):
Dam I feel good about it.

Speaker 10 (32:57):
He a he's actually a really good player out of Germany.
Did attend the combine, but he is not in the
green room.

Speaker 3 (33:03):
He doesn't sound say that, tang.

Speaker 2 (33:06):
What does he sound like?

Speaker 7 (33:07):

Speaker 3 (33:09):
I don't know, tang. I don't want to get in trouble.

Speaker 10 (33:13):
Ali all right, Brady, what you mean them people out
of the G League?

Speaker 9 (33:20):
We have Ron Holland.

Speaker 6 (33:25):
I don't know what's harder that the the more exotic names,
or like the Ron Holland, you got this, you got this,
come on with leagu I'm gonna say that's a that's
a draft stick.

Speaker 10 (33:41):
Ron Holland from the G League. Ignite will be there
in the green room.

Speaker 2 (33:44):

Speaker 6 (33:44):
Okay, so I don't follow the G League tang and
neither do I.

Speaker 7 (33:51):
Yeah, I guess it's just happened to be on right now,
we have.

Speaker 3 (33:54):
We have lives, right, LaVar's next?

Speaker 9 (34:00):
All right, Obar, here we go. We got here. We
had a Baylor Jacoby Walters.

Speaker 1 (34:07):
Walters man again, it's a swing name, you know what
I mean. But Jacobe gives it away. So I'm going
to go with legitimate NBA stick.

Speaker 3 (34:18):
Stick wa wait wait yeah, what did you say?

Speaker 9 (34:21):
Legit stick?

Speaker 7 (34:23):
Not not legit not legit stick.

Speaker 9 (34:25):
Yes, don't Jacobe Walters out of Baylor. He's gonna be there.

Speaker 7 (34:32):
He proves my points. I've been confident in my my jessing.

Speaker 3 (34:36):
It's a big moment here.

Speaker 7 (34:39):
If y'all say Katelyn Clark, I'd be in though. That's legit.

Speaker 3 (34:47):

Speaker 9 (34:49):
Jonas Darien Kleine out of Iowa State.

Speaker 3 (34:52):
Darien Kleine. Oh, that's a hard one draft pick.

Speaker 10 (35:03):
That's a fake one baby, Darian Kleine, right up the middle.

Speaker 11 (35:06):
There's a fake one baby, all right, Brady that Brady
Zachary out of friends.

Speaker 2 (35:17):
Say that one more time.

Speaker 9 (35:18):
Zachary say that one more time.

Speaker 2 (35:22):
He can't even say it right the second time. I'm
gonna say, n be a draft pick.

Speaker 1 (35:29):
That's correct draft pick, not a question or answer.

Speaker 3 (35:37):
Tony had last.

Speaker 9 (35:40):
Couple, all right? Kalel Where out of Indiana?

Speaker 3 (35:49):
Co mo bar.

Speaker 7 (35:50):
Oh, definite out of Delaware.

Speaker 2 (35:53):
Yeah, I'm gonna say what what Indiana?

Speaker 1 (35:56):
Oh, I'm gonna say fake draft fake mhm.

Speaker 3 (36:02):
Last one, last one to win it.

Speaker 10 (36:04):
Tristan did Silva out of Colorado.

Speaker 3 (36:09):
Draft pick.

Speaker 7 (36:13):
My god,
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