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Visit us at capitalfinancialusa.com. This is the Adam Gold Show. Dennis misrepresented me on our latest Twitter poll. I just want to clear this up. It was not should ketchup be placed on eggs.
I said it can difference. I just don't have a problem with it. It's a rarity, but I'm not going to say that I haven't done it. Actually, a Swiss cheese omelet with a little sweet of ketchup is not bad, but it's acceptable to me if there's a plate of home fries, not hash browns, which suck. Home fries.
That's with like peppers and onions kind of diced in there. If there's like the remnants of that, look, yeah, that's okay. That's all right. But again, can versus should, very, very different. I just wanted to make that clear.
They should look at all. It should be a felony in your eyes. Yeah, and that's fair. And, and, and that's fair. I appreciate you taking a stance. All right. Let's talk about the NBA with with my friend Kanata Edwards, not of the scribe from cbssports.com.
I thank you very much, my friend for for hanging out. Let's, let's get to the we'll talk Matt to the end. Let's get to first of all, just the Hornets before we get into free agency. When, when you and I last communicated this goes now back about 10 days or so. The miles bridges news was breaking. It is it mean, I think the news kind of has stopped coming out.
When is I assume now ex girlfriend tweeted out some pictures or put some pictures on Instagram that were just gruesome to see. And the Hornets withdrew their qualifying offer to him. So I'm just going to assume because I don't know how it works in every sport. His days with the Hornets are over. I wouldn't be I wouldn't I wouldn't go that far. The I'm not sure that there's actually been any news that they've withdrawn. Okay, I thought I'd read that they that they had withdrawn the offer.
There. Again, there are plenty of people that expect it to be withdrawn. I'm not sure they're actually withdrawing it. And at this point, I was out again, when we last talked about this, I was one of those that thought, no matter what, he can't come back. Right.
I'm stuck after a couple of conversations I've had with a few people. I am not so sure they're going to withdraw that. Do I expect him to play this upcoming year?
No. Do I expect him to be on some form of the roster because Miles Bridges is not going to have another offer? Most likely he will be he will be on the roster whether he's drawing a check from them. Totally different because I expect a very lengthy suspension suspension at this point.
I think with him, the markets not going to be there. And more importantly, I'm would not be shocked to see what happens on July 20. And that's the most important date to all of this is his first trial date is July 20.
And we will figure out what they're going to charge. Remember, as a reminder, they have already set him up. He's already been charged with felony domestic violence, not a misdemeanor. This is not the garden variety domestic violence. This is felony domestic violence off the rip.
So it's a little bit different. They have enough evidence, especially with the Instagram posts and everything like that. Again, I think the big date that we have to watch out for, quite honestly, July 20.
And then we'll see what they'll do after that. Yeah, look, it's, it's, it's not good for anybody. It's not good for his former girlfriend. And, you know, it's obviously not good for him. Because it put it really derails what looks like it's a look like it was going to be a very promising career. And maybe he gets back to it.
Maybe he rehabilitates himself and avoids jail time. Either way, and kind of gets back to, you know, the business of playing basketball and being a productive member of society. I don't want to diminish any of it. And it's a it's bad for the NBA to see a rising star. And I think he is a rising star in the league. I think it's bad for the NBA as well as the Charlotte Hornets, where does it leave the Hornets who are now led again by Steve Clifford, which I'm sorry, I chuckled but I'm okay with it.
Because I didn't think Clifford was bad to begin with. But where does it leave the Hornets in a, I would put it this way. If you expect them to win 45 47 games.
I would tell you that you have lost your mind. I think that's, that's your the Hornets effectively through no fault of their own lost their single loss their leading score last year. And at this point, you're talking about bringing on a Mark Williams who hasn't looked bad. In summer league, you're talking about Mason Plumlee coming back. You're talking about relying more on Gordon Hayward who hasn't played more than 47 games in a Hornets uniform in one season yet, and has not played in either of the play in games and been available late when they need them most. You have Terry Rozier who kind of had one of those seasons that makes you think that his breakout year was more of the bubble and just practice gym jumper things.
And then you have LaMelo Ball who was the probably the lone bright spot. I, I think they're in a spot where I'm not sure what you can necessarily do to improve. You're going to rely on a lot on internal improvement you're going to rely a lot on maybe some teams falling apart due to injury Chicago comes to mind.
Cleveland may not be may not be as good but in terms of what the Hornets are doing right now. There's not much I feel confident in outside of the fact, they'll probably win 40 something games 4243, and we'll see where they are come play in time this point. Well, the good thing is the play in game is going to be voted to become permanent which I kind of like the play in tournament. I'm going to play a tournament add some excitement.
I hope the NHL ultimately does the same thing, even though the NHL is a little bit more of a crapshoot on a game to game basis, but I wish the NHL would do that. All right, let me get to some other things and we will start with you mentioned Summer League. So let me ask you two things about Summer League. The first is was Paulo Bancaro really that good that the Orlando Magic said, you know what we've seen enough.
You're done playing. Yes. Well, it's a little bit of both because you see a lot of these guys get hurt in these games and then it's be it becomes a hey, it's more important for you to install what we're going to do for this upcoming season in in late August, September, October and have you available for that and be sidelined for six weeks with an ankle injury and not have any conditioning coming in training camp.
I get that. But bank arrows been, dare I say Weber like. Yeah, and he's been fun he's been better than I thought as a pro. He's been much better of a ball distributor.
And quite frankly, I'm wondering why we didn't see more of this while he was in Cameron. Well, we did see the distribution. We did see the passing the one thing we look my food going into the draft. The way I looked at it Jabari Smith was the best athlete Chet Holmgren probably had the best ball skills skill set but Paulo Bancaro's body and the fact that he is a good but not great shooter, but has good mid-range ability is a great. I think he's a great passer. Not a good passer like that's why the comparison to Weber worked for me didn't quite have the body of Weber, but I think he's got more game away from the basket than Weber had the my only question was would he be quick enough to play the modern NBA game because he's going to get matched up on players who are quick. I mean, you'll get matched up with Jabari Smith who's quicker than Bancaro, but holy cow, the whole the total package man.
He is awesome. Yeah, and and at this point he looks like more of a sure bet to see a few more all-star games and Jabari Smith at this point who still needs to work on his handle and Chet Holmgren who we all know. His biggest deficiency is can his body withstand the pounding of an 82 game season plus like those things like at this point Paulo just looks like he's going to be ready to go. And if you're a team like the Hornets whose weakness might be center good center or big at this point. Good luck seeing him four times a year. You can read through Chet Holmgren, by the way. I don't know if you knew that but you can see right through right through his body type is translucent.
All right. So here's my other question about summer league. Should I read anything into it that Kyrie Irving has been seen in a lot of Lakers Summer League games? Well, I think it's obvious that, like, I think it's obvious where Kyrie wants to go he either wants to go to LA to play for the Clippers or the Lakers. For whatever reason, there's Jerry West and we know that what Jerry, the Jerry West antics. Thankfully through winning time and through other anecdotal stories like because again not only is there winning time but remember Jerry West threatened to quit if they traded Klay Thompson for Kevin Love. Do you think that Jerry West is going to sit there and be a part of any sort of shenanigans that involves bringing Kyrie Irving to the Clippers, because I don't.
I personally don't. And the Lakers they have two picks that are worth anything, the 2027 2029. I don't see them dealing those, because there has to be a post ad life there has to be a post LeBron life, and unfortunately Lonnie Walker is not going to be a part of that tail and tail and Horton Tucker is not going to be a part of that.
There, those guys are just not stars, but wait a second. Should doesn't it have to be maximizing the LeBron, like, I think their roster with LeBron right now, because I don't believe Anthony Davis is in any way shape or form reliable physically. I think their, their roster is a play in roster at best and that's with LeBron with Kyrie. Look, I'm not saying that they should go get Kyrie, but I don't think that the 27 or 29 first round pick. I don't think giving that up should stop you from making your roster better. Of course you must find a home for Russell Westbrook's contract. There's that but also I would add to you, what's the best, who do you think the best guy that they can get is Kyrie.
How many wins is that really add, and does that put you. Well, he's not reliable either. So, exactly.
That's that's also my dad was going to be my next point, go get. I don't think, I don't think they can get direct, I don't think that I legitimately don't think they can get direct unless you're telling me that they're that the Brooklyn Nets are taking ad. I don't like there's going to be a, like, when we start having these conversations about how far the Lakers can get. Think about the teams out west that are better than the Lakers right now. Denver. Yeah, yeah, exactly. You're talking about Denver, Dallas, the Clippers, Phoenix, even without, even with it with or without eight and right now.
That's five. And there's probably an egregious team that I'm probably stumbling to forget right now. So you're talking about five teams already Kyrie is not making them a top, like they're not making them more than the playoff playing team at this point because Kyrie, at the same point hasn't played what more than 40 games, right, like he's played less games Gordon Hayward has in the last couple of seasons. Interesting that they went to Boston at the same time I don't know if that has anything to do with it.
Exactly, we could all blame lucky for that. But still, but still we're talking about a guy that's not really available. He's not lifting the ceiling. If you're going to talk about getting Durant, Durant's going to have to be like, this is the only place I can get at I'm going, and there's nothing you can stop the like, it's the only place he doesn't have no trade in go wherever you want, and you have four years of cap control so unless. So you're talking about a Lakers team right now that pretty much is stuck in the plane.
And that's entertaining and everything. But at the same point, like, they're not winning a title anytime soon. Is Kevin Durant going or is he staying in Brooklyn.
He's saying in Brooklyn. He has no leverage. He has no leverage unless you're telling me that Kevin Durant, the guy who's addicted to two things, Twitter and basketball are going is going to outright retired just to be a professional tweeter, which mind you, he has the money to do. Yeah, you're telling me he does that. Cool. I believe you, but unless he's really going to be willing to walk away from the game. I think he's got no leverage and especially since he signed that contract. Final thing. How encouraged were you by Max Scherzer last night.
We, I may need to text you about this. After the All Star break, because this feels familiar, where the Braves act like the freeze, and they will catch us, and they will pass us, and they will trip us while we run, and they will laugh. But look, the Braves are good. The Mets went seven weeks with no Max Scherzer. He comes back. This is his second start.
He was amazing last night. Jacob deGrom has thrown as many pitches as you have for the Mets this year. And they still have the best record in the National League games, which may be the best division in the West is the best division because the Padres and the Giants are good too.
So, but I'm not I'm not concerned. You know when they get their two best pitchers that makes everything better. Well, again, this this also assumes that like Scherzer is not like in his high 30s, and he might not, he might not see another IL stint, he's bionic. We hope we hope here's the deal.
I actually thought about this last night. Max Scherzer has entered into the Pedro Martinez part of his career, where what he needs is just some time off in the middle of the season. And then he's fine. Pedro used to take basically August off at the toward the end. And then he would be great in September. But can you afford to take August off? Well, no, they but Scherzer has already taken his time off.
He's out for seven weeks. Okay, like I'm hoping I'm hoping I'm choosing to believe right now. You don't say I don't find I don't, I don't sense any confidence. None.
Do we really need to go over the last 30 years? I understand that. But I don't say I don't sense any confidence. So don't, don't try to sell confidence when you can't.
I cannot. I'm just going, I'm going to, I'm just going to be quietly optimistic, quietly, very quiet. You know me, I don't do optimistic. I'm not do I don't do optimism.
That's true. So that's true to say quietly optimistic and pray that this that they hold on to this lead because I don't want to see what happens if they're in the wildcard. That's all my friend not to describe in the fetal position even after a Mets for one win over the Braves last night.
Hopefully they'll can they can do it again tonight, my friend. I will talk to you very soon. Be well. Absolutely.
Talk to you soon. You got it. Follow him on Twitter at not to describe. There was nothing at all optimistic about that. Oh, all right. We'll let's see Adam gold here from my man coach Pete DeRuda with the capital financial advisory group. We are talking retirement.
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A lot of people want to ignore the rules or act like they don't are familiar with them. But the IRS knows the rules. And so we get to retirement. They're going to reach in and start taking some of their money out of your accounts. So the secret here is to put a force field around as much as possible by strategically moving some of our money to Roth IRA or some of the other vehicles that aren't taxed like special life insurance policies.
You can borrow against your money there and never have to pay tax on your money that you build up inside your cash value. So there are a lot of strategies here. The one strategy that does not work is ignoring it. So let's make sure to not ignore it.
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I'm not really sure everything that's available today and tomorrow Amazon Prime Days. Yeah, you buy all the toilet paper you want. That used to be a big deal. Yeah, it's true. It really did true story.
If you can find it. It feels tissue paper like a month into the pandemic. My wife bought a giant box of toilet paper.
Okay, go on. I don't know how much you paid for it. It wasn't outrageous. And there had to be 500 rolls. Did you buy a pallet? It seemed like it. Yeah. No, it wasn't 500, but it was probably 250 rolls of toilet paper. Still a lot of toilet paper. Yeah, it was definitely.
It was pretty good. Individually wrapped too. Oh, there you go.
Very nice. You still have some? No. It was like a month into the pandemic. Yeah, but it was like March of 2020. Yeah, I thought you were about to say, yeah, still got some. Like, okay. No, we're out. We're out of that. But now you can find toilet paper everywhere.
Yeah, well, nowadays you can. We talk ketchup, we talk toilet paper. When else can we? What day is it? July 12th. There's some deals going on.
For example, you can get subscriptions to Paramount Plus or Starz for 99 cents for a couple months before it goes to a regular price for Amazon Prime Days. I haven't really looked to see what all is available out there, but I might explore because why not? Why not? You have anything you're going to shop for, sir? No.
Okay. Can I, are there like vacation homes? I'm sure there are. If it's on, not to buy, but like to rent for a week.
I'm sure it's on Amazon. Why not? Also, Matthew Berry is leaving ESPN. For anyone that's seen the daily fantasy sports stuff, especially during the NFL, or even just, you know, the weekly NFL fantasy sports, Matthew Berry's been front and center with that announced today.
This is his last week at ESPN. That is, he's a very talented guy. It's not, he's not just a fantasy sports guy. He's like a comedy writer.
Yeah. So he might be going to do some, some stuff like that. I'm wondering with the way FanDuel, DraftKings have taken off even further now that sports betting is legal in many states, if, if he'll be picked up by someone like them because they also still do daily fantasy sports and there's an opportunity there for the way they break down the numbers and such, if that is an opportunity for him to do some gambling stuff potentially as well. So I'm wondering if that's going to eventually matriculate, but Oh, I'm sure there is way gambling and daily fantasy sports. Cause you can make money off that.
It's a prime opportunity for him to go do something else if he wants. No question. I didn't know this, but apparently there's going to be a bad boys four movie with Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.
Yeah. I haven't seen any of the bad boys movies. I've seen the first couple. I didn't see the most recent one that came out a few years ago, but Martin Lawrence did report today. I guess there are reports a sequel being delayed, um, you know, after Will Smith's Oscar incident or whatever, but apparently those have been debunked. Uh, Martin Lawrence, I guess gave a new update today saying, yeah, things are on pace, uh, for the sequel to still come out. I don't know what the release date is, but bad boys for life that came out a couple of years ago brought in $420 million worldwide.
So I guess they got that going for them. Okay. But it's like the first movie came out like nine. Was it 99? I think the first bad boys movie came out. I don't, I don't remember.
I look, I know it's, it's, it was a very popular series and I like Will Smith and I like Martin Lawrence, but I just never saw the movie. First one was 95 95. Wow. Second one was 2003. Most recent one bad boys for life was 2020. Holy cow.
Still doing it. Richard Jefferson officiated a summer league game last night. Uh, for yes, for a quarter. Now he went through like the daily officials meeting and such at the summer league and they, I guess kind of threw it in there for him to officiate a quarter of a basketball game. I can't remember which one that he did, but kind of cool for someone that's an analyst of the game, someone who played the game to step into a different role and see it from an official's perspective because you have to view the game differently. You can't sit there and say in your head, Oh, was that a good play or is that the right move? Was that a good decision? You just have to see it for what it is as opposed to try and analyzing it, which I think it's kind of neat gives people a little bit, a bit of a different perspective.
I need more of this. He did next versus blazers. I actually think it's very cool.
I think it's neat. Did he suck? Apparently he blew a call pretty early on an obvious call. Here's the thing. This is part of why I complained so much about the complaints. It's a, all sports have become very difficult to officiate, right? Maybe baseball is the one sport that really hasn't changed, right? You're, you're not dealing with, baseball is not a game of constant action. You are dealing with higher velocity pitching, but you should be able to call balls and strikes. That's the thing that obviously trips most umpires up, but you know, a basketball game is getting quicker. Getting more physical hockey is faster and faster. It's just, those are just football.
Those are just difficult games to officiate, which makes more sense to rely more on replay. But I think these guys do a good enough job. They don't get them. All right.
They do a good enough job. Like I'm not, I'm, I'm anti replay, but I just think there could be a quicker way to do replay more than anything else if we're going to rely on it. But, um, I think it's just a hard thing to do. I wouldn't want to do it. You'd have to pay me a lot of money to get me to do that. Who wants that life? No, it'd be an official. You're never going to get praise.
My gosh. You never get praise. You are constantly going to be picked apart and bombarded. So I don't even know their names, right? But it seems like the same guys do NBA play like the finals. It seems like the same officials do the finals every year. And there is nobody that likes any of them.
No. Nobody likes officials. I mean, the same thing happens in the NHL. It happens in major league baseball too. Yeah, but the problem with major league baseball is that they keep giving Angel Hernandez postseason assignments for no reason at all.
Yeah. He's Tara. Everybody knows he's bad and he still gets postseason assignments. I wonder if he knows that he's bad and he's just like leaning into it. He's laughing.
I think he just leans into it. Like, you know what? They're talking about me. They're talking about me.
I'm going to lean into this. Alright, final note here. There's been, in the world of gaming, there's been a lot of rumor and speculation, and rightfully so, about the classic N64 game, Goldeneye 007 being remastered and being put out on Xbox consoles. Because there was a list of achievements that were put out earlier this year. So a lot of people were expecting recently for there to be an announcement about game release, you know, how people can get it, so on and so forth.
But that did not happen. And apparently the reason for this is because the war that is actually taking place in the Ukraine. Because there's different studios that are developing in different locations around the world. And I know there's some other games that had to get delayed because production studios had to move and so on and so forth. But the team lead, that I guess was one of the people working on it, actually left Microsoft. So who knows what it means for the game. So apparently it's still a little bit limbo to remaster it for an Xbox. But a lot of people are demanding it and wanting the game.
So I still think it's going to happen, but it may not come out as soon as people want it to. Man. Yeah.
Crushing. It's a great game, by the way. If anybody had an N64, if you had Goldeneye, you played that game for hours. I saw it in the arcades. Was it the same game? Probably. Can I get Ms. Pac-Man? On Xbox? Centipede. No.
I'm not going to lie. I wish that they had those games available on Xbox. Now I think there's some different small consoles where they have all those games loaded up.
Right. Where you can play all those. But I wish that just on my Xbox I could download those games. I would play Pac-Man.
I would have all those. Centipede. I was a Galaga guy. Yeah, I didn't play that. I played a little bit of Asteroids. Asteroids is also a great game. Space Invaders. I played Space Invaders. Space Invaders. I also liked Breakout. Okay. I was into Breakout.
Because my video game ability was basically Pong as a kid. And Breakout is kind of the same. Yeah. Kind of the same thing. A little wrecking crew. Yeah.
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Find Cane's 25th anniversary wherever you get your podcasts. I think we're doing this every day now to taunt the North Carolina General Assembly. Come on, people. We could be having fun. Legally having fun. Right.
As it was pointed out to me several times on social media outlets. Yeah, my bookie thanks the North Carolina General Assembly. I'm sure they do. People, come on. Let's do it. Call a special session and let's push it through and let's all have fun at DraftKings.com. Alright, let's play some bets. Place your bets. Place your bets. Do ya.
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I think the Pea Street Bridge is still sponsoring. Is it? Not ketchup manufacturers worldwide?
No, no, no. Yes, this is brought to you by the number 57 that's on the side of the... Oh, it's like Sesame Street. Do you put ketchup on? What do you put ketchup on?
Because I generally do not use it at all. French fries are a go-to, obviously. Good french fries, which I prefer, don't need it. Okay.
A good steak fry? I don't need it. Yeah, okay. Well, I don't have to, but I do. French fries are a go-to.
But I do. French fries are a go-to. Like a cheeseburger, always a go-to. Like a steak sauce.
Steak sauce is better than ketchup. Eh, not my thing. I got a Chick-fil-A sandwich. Perfect.
What? I got a Chick-fil-A sandwich. Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich. Ketchup? Yeah. Wait, you're coming at me for putting ketchup on eggs? Which I don't do?
I'm just saying I can understand it? Yeah, the fried chicken from Chick-fil-A. People put ketchup on that all the time. Don't look at me like I'm crazy. Why? Why would you do that?
More people put ketchup on a Chick-fil-A sandwich than they do on eggs. I guarantee you. I guarantee you.
I'll put a new poll out. That is appalling. That is not appalling. No, it's ridiculous. That's not ridiculous.
You should be arrested. No. Not the grilled chicken. It's the fried chicken one. Whatever it is.
Yeah. Eat meat. You don't put ketchup on chicken. Like chicken tender chicken strips. You don't put ketchup on chicken anyway. Chicken tenders?
Chicken or the egg? I'm launching an investigation. Please do. Alright, you go first. I'll take the Mets to win plus 175. Yeah, the Mets are plus money tonight. Yeah. The Braves are better against left-handed pitching.
Sure. Alright, and David Peterson is a lefty tonight. He struggled for a while, pitched I think really well his last start.
But yeah, Mets plus money. Very, very good. You and I both won our baseball bets yesterday. Austin Rallye-Homer, Max Scherzer pitched well. I won my cricket bet today. Rohit Sharma was India's top batsman.
Okay. In their one day international. England was terrible. Absolutely flat out terrible today. Ah, their managers should be sacked.
No, seriously. They got, who was it? Jasprit Bumrah claimed seven wickets in 44 bowls. I don't know what that means. Well, you get ten wickets before you're done batting. Okay. And he claimed seven of them. Or is it six? Six wickets in 44 pitches essentially. Bowls.
Okay. It's incredible bowling right there. Sharma was easy. They didn't get anybody out. No wickets. England claimed no wickets.
It was an absolute runaway. But I have no cricket to bet today. So we will give you an open championship wager. Tomorrow's wagers will all be open championship. Jordan Spieth at plus 1600 to win. Okay. I like Jordan Spieth very much this week.
Jordan Spieth to win at plus 1600. You're up. Alright, I'm going back to women's Euro. Okay. UEFA Euro 2022. Give me Spain and Germany.
They're actually about to kick off here in about an hour. Okay. Draw plus 240. Draw. What is Spain? Spain's a plus 150. Germany's a plus 185. So it should be a heck of a match. Spain's loaded. Well, that's why I'm going draw. Obviously they're both Germanys also. They're both very good.
That's why I'm going draw. Alright, we are going to go to the Mets and the Braves today. Francisco Lindor, three or more total bases at plus 310. Okay.
Francisco Lindor, three or more total bases at plus 310. Alright, NBA Summer League. Bulls play the Raptors at five o'clock. Don't know who's playing. I'll take the Bulls at plus 190 though. Yeah, yesterday you had a part of a bet that involved Paulo Bancaro and he's not playing anymore. I know. Unbelievable. Let's see, do the Knicks play in Summer League basketball tonight?
They do not. Oh, we have Lakers, Clippers. Lakers are getting four from the Clippers. Give me the Lakers on the money line at plus 145. Okay.
Lakers on the money line, Summer League basketball plus 145. But I am now over 4,000 units. Yeah, I know.
Like it is insane. Hayes couldn't do enough damage. Hayes basically kept us afloat. Kept you afloat. Lost a little bit. A little bit.
Yeah, he hurt you. Yeah, he threw all the water onto my ship. We're at plus 4,225. Get on board, people.
Just get on board. And again, tomorrow, all of the wagers will be at the Open Championship, the home of golf. I don't know if you knew that, but it's at St. Andrews, the home of golf. You put ketchup on a Chick-fil-A sandwich? Yeah, who doesn't do that? Do the Chick-fil-A people know that? Yeah, they give it to you. Yeah, but they give it to you for the fries. No, I didn't even get it to get fries. Nobody ever asked, hey, do you want ketchup on that sandwich? No.
Yeah, they do. No. Gosh. This is the Adam Gold Show. Off with a crossbar, and the Hurricanes have won the Stanley Cup. June 19, 2006, but it all started May 6, 1997, with the announcement that the Hartford Whalers were coming to North Carolina. It's a story of transition, of heartbreak, of figuring it out on the fly. The Cane's Corner look at the 25th anniversary of the move, presented by the Aluminum Company of North Carolina. Listen now. You can find Cane's 25th anniversary wherever you get your podcasts.
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