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"bobby dandridge" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

06:22 min | 7 months ago

"bobby dandridge" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Four more ended up with sixty three in thirty three minutes and took a seat now. He thinks had he really wanted to. He could broken Wiltz record on that particular night that the they were feeding him over and over again that he could have gone out and gotten at that point you know wilt had the hundred he would have needed forty eight to forty seven to tie it forty eight to break it. And he said he thinks he could have gotten a hundred that night but they were gearing up for the playoffs. And that wasn't the goal that particular night they did. You know have them retain the scoring title but George Gervin? I had him on the radio show with Cooley at Jack. Nicklaus's tournament out in northern Virginia. Three years ago. Maybe honestly one of the greatest. There are a lot of interviews. I've done over the years I've been like I really enjoyed that. But a nun that have been like when I just sat there and I'm like wow that Gervin was one of my childhood guys. He was one of my guys you know everybody was out trying to be the ice man on the playground in the suburbs anyway. That's what we were doing. He was a phenomenal scorer and really never got over the Hump and it's funny because he got me looking at Gervin video and films and different shows and Bill Simmons did this thing for I guess it was his podcast but there was a video of it where he sat down with. Gervin for like forty five minutes. Gervin never got past the conference finals. When San Antonio is in the east they lost the bullets the Washington bullets including in a seventh game when he was when when San Antonio got moved to the West. They lost to the Lakers in the Western Conference Finals. A COUPLE OF TIMES. He never got that high profile. Nba Finals spot. He did say in that thing with Bill. Simmons that the closest he ever got in the biggest in the most painful loss was the seventh game of the Eastern Conference finals in nineteen seventy nine when they lost to the bullets and overtime. And said you know Bobby Dandridge made the game winner to win that game for Washington and he said Bobby d never gets the credit he deserves. He was a great player. Which by the way he's one hundred percent right about anyway I'm GonNa you know over the next days and weeks ahead. I'm going to figure out how to consume that whole thing because it was really well done in I looked through the list of all the other short stories and episodes that they have It was its first rate in terms of the way it's done. There's apparently a An episode of Twenty Minute Short Story on John Thomson's America you know featuring John Thompsons. Georgetown Hoyas Hoyas in how they redefined. East Coast College basketball. I love to watch that one There there's one apparently on Bobby Knight that's phenomenal There's one on the Lakers and the Celtics and apparently is very good. But I think we've seen cat. We've seen a lot of documentaries on magic and bird. You Know Lakers in the Celtics over the years but anyway I loved what has watching I'd not really seen any of it But it was really entertaining. Do we have any news while we've been sitting here? A few things. One is the draft which we kind of heard rumors about it but the draft is officially not going to be public. It's not going to be in Vegas. It will absolutely happen that time though. Twenty two twenty two twenty three to twenty fifth Nothing too big from a sports perspective but in Maryland all bars restaurants and movie theaters and gyms will be closed as five. Pm This afternoon. Wow bars and restaurants will be allowed to do to go service. But no one will be allowed to eat in a restaurant or good jim so I did have another conversation with my CDC neighbor yesterday. When I hear about it. Sure Ahmed it out. They don't know they don't really know that's the thing that you know we're going to be okay. You know but the old saying this too shall pass that you know. My mother's always used that expression. Well I think this too shall pass. I'm not an alarmist. I didn't go up and stock up on months worth of canned goods and toilet paper and paper towels and cleaning equipment. We didn't get some stuff. I'M NOT GONNA lie to you. We got some. We tried to get as much cleaning equipment is we could get. We did get a bunch of food for a few days But we didn't come on. We're GONNA make it. We've made it through much worse but at the same time. I don't think that they really know for sure. How bad dis- could get so Biko chewable? You know it's the young people that are out and about you know they gotta be. And that's why they're probably closing these restaurants and bars down. Because Saturday night my oldest son went out to dinner downtown instead. The place places packed downtown. And it's you know I look. I think if I were their age I probably would be sort of thinking the same way I mean we. All you know at a younger age. Were much more sort of self absorbed unless coach Oh John Crime has this time. Has that the redskins are letting Eric Flowers get two free agency. So maybe I'm not going to turn out to be as dumb as Franco thought was at Franko who tweeted me last week. Tell me what what an idiot I was to suggest that air flowers would end up in. Cleveland You know we'll see Kenyan drake also got the transition tag. I know there was some thought that so what does that. How many first rounders? If you sign him I don't think it's I think it's because it's the non-exclusive exclusivist two first rounders on the down. The non franchise exclusive. You can't negotiate then. I there is no compensation for you. Just have right to match and another small thing which I attacked yesterday and we can talk about more tomorrow but because they sports books are so desperate to get anything on the board Win Totals for next year. Came out redskins are at five. Sit down from five and a half. All right we're done for the day Stay safe stay healthy Back Tomorrow Tommy will be with us..

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"bobby dandridge" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

14:27 min | 1 year ago

"bobby dandridge" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Comes to supermarket chains tops tops supermarkets and Wegmans are the big upstate? New York supermarket chains. Wegmans of course has become a national you know supermarket chain in probably among among the highest quality supermarket chains. That there is and they've expanded down in this area. Although they've really been primarily in Virginia Northern Northern Virginia. You know real estate. Montgomery County is so expensive at their prices are very expensive. To say it's hard to find the land and build it out but there aries one up to seventy I think maybe it's Germantown and now there's going to be one. That's going to open up at that Fannie. Mae Location on Wisconsin Avenue. I don't know when it's going to open up but Anyway I ca I ca. I just market quest okay What's the worst supermarket chain every dealt with? Oh God All of the ice okay. So a lot of the northeastern supermarket chains you. You know the the supermarket chains in New York and New Jersey. You know I mean like the shop. SHOPRITE is not. There aren't corporately owned stores that it's they're all independent independent owners their franchise like I dealt with a lot of shoprite owners way back in the day and then a lot of the A and P owned stores like Wal Bounds on Long Island. I I spent a lot of time and some of the nicest people I certainly remember them. But some of the stores that you would go into. Wow I loved a pay only because of the name the Great Atlantic and Pacific. Yeah that's a great name. I remember that one time. They changed their name as a company super fresh. And I'm thinking that they didn't know they just super fresh was one of their store formats. Well I thought how absurd you got this great name and it turned into something like super fresh. I thought that was all day. Piece suits. AMP was in this market with their super fresh stores primarily they had had in Manhattan. They had their food emporium stores. which were more upscale stores? I remember spending a lot of time. In fact the the food emporium group they were actually their headquarters. Were in the South Bronx and I I and I had to call I. They were client of mine and I would lot lot of Tommy. I spent so much time in my car in the late eighties early nineties in Newark New Jersey Philly and I. I'll never that. That meeting was always a tough one because it was a bad neighborhood it was not a good neighborhood security everywhere around their facility and I had in you know I they would let me come in and Park in the facility if you didn't have the relationship with them and you had to park outside of the facility you may not come back to card complete and total good shape but So the other thing about buffalo you know you mentioned the sports teams. The the Buffalo Braves in the Washington. Bullets is played a series in nineteen seventy five Braves against the bullets Bob mcadoo Ernie digregorio Andy's Randy Smith who was the fastest scarred and the League against the bullets with Elvin Hayes. Wes unseld Mike Reardon. You know nick weatherspoon Kevin Porter. This was the first team in Washington that made a big run. They came in nineteen seventy four from Baltimore and the first year they were called the capital bullets they called the capitol. They lost the Knicks in a seven game series. And then seventy five they It was the Celtics and the bullets who finished one to the bullets were. We're actually in the center of it was called the Central Division of the Eastern Conference back then and the The Celtics were in the other division. Probably the Atlantic and the bullets played the braves in a best of seven series and Elvin Hayes and mcadoo each in the series had fifty point games really and that that series stories is of some of the key games are on Youtube. I'll bet the. CBS broadcast of them and the bullets. One in seven games one the seventh and deciding citing game in DC and then they went on and played the Celtics in the Eastern Conference finals and beat the Celtics in six games and that was the year they lost a golden state they got swept swept in the NBA finals by Golden State. It by the way odds wise. Still the biggest upset in NBA history. I can't believe that goal underdog was it was a one man team I mean they had will Clifford Ray and and and guys like that for all intensive fills Phil Smith. was there shooting shooting Guardian Rick Perry boats to see much more talented. They were and they got swept and swept. The braves. Were a fun team the watch they were a fun team to watch play. What was the name of? The building was called the odd short auditorium. Or something might have been because I think that's where the sabres played for many years but it's funny because I found that I found some of those games on Youtube. I don't know several years ago when I was like. Wow these these are like the first Games. I can really remember of the bullets being in Washington. You know playing the braves and mcadoo was a star. That was the best of Makati's career was when he was is with us right off the bench with the Laker. Having lived through the macadear with the next I can tell you. His best era was in Buffalo. Will he was a disappointment. Appointment in new. I could be wrong about this. Look it up but I think mcadoo and Elvin Hayes were the top two scores in the NBA In in one thousand nine hundred and that would have been nineteen seventy five live. I want to look that up. Because McAfee was a was a lethal score. We were so happy as Knicks fans get mcadoo and he was such a disappointment. Nineteen like Spencer. deadwood was Spencer. Haywood Spencer Haywood played for the bullets in the early eighties. On those ruling Mahorn Teams Spencer. Haywood was who is a part of that team. So the nineteen seventy four. Seventy five season. the bullets ended up sixty and twenty two. The Celtics ended ended up sixty and twenty two but the Celtics got the number one seed The this franchise won sixty games. Once wow yeah it would end and they won sixty that year and then in nineteen seventy nine. They went fifty eight So you're leading scorers that that year count impassable reference. If they don't make it easy MAC news you're leading score. He averaged thirty four point. Five points a game Rick Berry was to Elvin Hayes was seven Elvin Hayes average twenty three a game well because the leading score thirty four point five in Barrie. Thirty point six Kareem was thirty a game three scores over thirty and then it was tiny archibald. Charlie Scott Bob Lanier and Elvin Hayes tiny archibald another great player. Watch what straight player to watch the league in points assists one year. Yes now that series against Buffalo That is honestly that is I sort of remember their first year here when they when they lost to the Knicks and seven games. 'cause you know the Baltimore. Bullets had this incredible rivalry as you know with annex ex and then when they moved to Washington that first year they played the Knicks in in a best of seven and long game. I mean the battles between Gus Johnson and Dave Bush were legendary between West and Willis Reed legendary battle. So you listen to this Tommy all right. Oh my God mcadoo. Samakuva had fifty fifty in game four in buffalo and then Elvin Hayes came back in a two series in Washington and had forty six five. You know mcadoo though I don't I I don't know where I can find exactly real quickly. What his average was I can do it off the top of my head here but mcadoo had had to average forty something a game for the series? He averaged thirty seven point. Four points per game. Here it is. I found it. And Elvin Hayes average twenty eight point four points per game. I mean two of the great scoring power of that era. Elvin Hayes is I think ver- very often. He gets very underrated in the conversation. The greatest power forwards in the history of the game. I know he was on the. NBA's top fifty fifty with wes. You know when they put that thing together. How many years ago is that? Now Elvin Hayes is one of the great power forwards his game but powerful or back then was considered senator blue collar position. And Elvin Hayes was not a blue-collar player. No he wasn't but you know. Elvin Hayes was a great rebounder and shot blocker. I know that I I know what he was. A score. First and foremost as he was in college You think like I think when people think about the greatest power forwards they think Kevin Mikhail. Yeah don't you think like Kevin McHale is always like first and foremost I think Carl Malone maybe Karl Malone you know depending on how you view Tim Duncan I sort of viewed Tim. Duncan is more of a center Sodi but with David Robinson technically he was more of a powerful that was only early in in his career. Dirk is a power forward. Yeah you know and Dirks up there. I duNNo. Elvin Hayes was an iron man to he. Didn't Miss Miss Games. He played forty something minutes and nights because he was so self. So sell some of my favorite conversations over the years whether that was on the podcast or on radio have been with Phil Chenier and always. We'll talk about whatever. The topic of the day is on the wizards and then out somehow always circle back to some of those teams and he has really fond memories. But there's no doubt that Elvin Hayes was not an easy team now he was not an easy guy but but what a great player yes absolutely. I mean part of that that bullets championship team and that was a great era of basketball in this town for NBA. It was. I mean I mean that's the thing you don't realize if you're not of a certain age when the the bullets in the nineteen seventies in Washington went to three NBA finals and one at once. And then if you count Baltimore in the decade of the seventies the bullets went to four. NBA Finals you know when they were always a threat even when they weren't in the finals they were one of the threats to get there. They were in the playoffs every year. Yes you know. It wasn't like they were ever awful. I mean look you had to future hall of Famers On the team in in West and in Elvin Hayes if Chenier hadn't had back trouble late in his career he was on the verge of putting together. You know sort certainly only a borderline hall of fame absolutely and then Bobby Dandridge is just flat out. When he came here in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight he was the difference maker? Yeah you know. He was the club she he was. He was off performer. He was there to butcher. When when the Knicks made a trade in sixty eight or sixty nine with Detroit? It got to push her. That was the final piece that changed the Knicks And it was the same thing with Bobby Dandridge who had won an NBA title already in the along with Lou. Alexander was he Kareem Rollout Center. At that point he was Lou. Outside and Bobby Dandridge wasn't was one of the Great Clutch complainers in DC sports history. That's not an exaggeration He was the guy that hall of Famers Wes unseld and Elvin Hayes Hayes deferred to in crunch time he was also a great defender. He was the guy that essentially in the playoffs. Took Dr J. You no and in guarded him would guard Gervin. You know he got the best assignment defensively. But my favorite Dandridge story of all time was told by Dick Motta in the seventh game of the Eastern Conference Finals Nineteen seventy-nine they were playing the San Antonio Spurs as the defending Champs because they had won the title the year before against Seattle and San Antonio was in the Eastern Conference then game seven which is a controversial game in NBA history because the officiating that went completely the bullets way down the stretch actually trailed by ten with four minutes to go and got every call and spurs fans before they started to win titles with Popovich and Dunkin and that whole era they talk about the Doug Moe team that lost the bullets that should have been there championship team and it was robbed from them in in the seventh and deciding game. Well with twenty seconds seconds to go in a tie game at the end of overtime in game seven game seven Eastern Conference finals. They won five to one zero five. The bullets had the ball. And and back then you know they would have. They would have mics in huddles and you could hear and nothing's going on in the bullet subtle. Nothing like your Dick Motta Bernie. Br bickerstaff they were. The motto was head coach. Bickerstaff was the assistant coach. They're just looking around. They had called a time out and then the horn goes off and modest says everybody gets together. Gather get in here Thrown into bobby and get out of his way. That was boy. That was the play. They threw it into Dandridge and he worked the clock and got to that spot he had this spot on the baseline. Tommy where he that ten to fifteen range where he was money he got to that spot. Knocked down the shot. They won the game. Actually the spurs had one final possession and Elvin Hayes blocked The final shot by James. Silas who was their point guard. That years the Spurs Point Guard and the bullets one went onto the finals and lost that year to the supersonics in five games in the rematch of the year. Before but I I love. I love that you know. Modest is told that story over the years I've heard Dandridge tell the story of heard him all. Tell the story it's like. What are we doing coach? They're just sitting there thrown into bobby and get out of his way. And I'm bobby go in the game for us. Ends with motto is a good coach. Yes he was like He. I'm sure he had a good play. He wanted to draw but he decided you know what the players are going to decide. Decide this one one player in particular When we Talked last on Tuesday. You said you were gonNA tell us the story of of a of a lawsuit you're involved in that made it to the Supreme Court. Well Yeah we were talking about my coverage.

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"bobby dandridge" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"bobby dandridge" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"A couple of stats here for you. And the unbelievable start for Cody Bellinger of my Los Angeles Dodgers, but first this day in sports history. Paulie, what do you have got a few nine hundred thirty nine Lou Gehrig played his last game with the Yankees. He played in twenty one hundred thirty consecutive games. I wanna know how sick he was when when did he become sick because he he played. He didn't get sick after he was done. You know, he retired. I think because he was sick. But I'm curious in that streak of two thousand one hundred thirty consecutive games at what point did he know that he was sick and maybe dying. Yeah, paulie. He died in June. I'm check that April of nineteen thirty nine was his last game. He died in June of nineteen forty one. So two years. In two months later. I'm checking to see when he was diagnosed in fell. Yeah. What else? Do you have nine hundred sixty one Willie Mays? San Francisco hit four home runs in a game versus Braves nineteen seventy-one the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Baltimore bullets the four straight game of championship series. You saw that Buxton. Yeah. I did that on TV much or just the might even on tape delay. Yeah. But you had Oscar you had Lew Alcindor at the time you had John McLaughlin. Greg smith. I believe. Did you have Curtis Perry? I think on that team as well. It wasn't. It wasn't a star studded wasn't a stacked Milwaukee team. I think Larry Kosta was the head coach, but the bullets probably had more T are more talent on that team. And I'm I'm guessing you still had west on celled Elvin Hayes was a young Bobby Dandridge on that team. Or was Bobby Dandridge with the bucks? I'm getting old. The bucks were only the second team in major league history to take another team out in four straight games. So they they beat the bullets their four straight games. Yeah. Fritzy when did let Kevin greedy and Mitch Cup, Jack. That was after I think that was after I don't know if greedy was there feels like greedy would have been graduating from Kentucky around seventy three seventy four. Yeah. Polling going back to Lou Gehrig. He started at hill symptoms of the nineteen thirty eight season. He said he was tired reporting physical changes with his power. He just couldn't get his bat going again. Even though he hit two ninety five with one hundred and fourteen RBI that was actually down for him in the next season. He said his power just gone is timing was just gone. He was still playing by the end of April has statistics rebound like one forty three. And but no one really realized what it was. He thought he was getting older. And then he was diagnosed in June of nineteen thirty nine at the mayo clinic, and then he. Right after his streak ended when he died almost two years to the week later. Like, I don't know how prominent LS was as far as the diagnosis back then in the late thirties for Lou Gehrig, but I'm guessing the last couple years that he played he was sick and was was dying coordinators by definitely the last year and a half he had complained to team management and now doctors about just being tired. Any didn't miss any games? Yes. Mclovin. It speaks to his fame that they would name the disease after my can't think of any off top my head any other disease. It is so associated with one person. Well, Tommy, John is surgery. But but that's different. You know? That's where all you're doing is replacing attendant or a ligament. I believe, you know, this this, of course, it's Lou Gehrig's disease this in sports history. Brought to you by continental tire. No matter what you drive where you drive how you drive continental tire as a tire for you. More information continental.

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"bobby dandridge" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"bobby dandridge" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

"I know they were saying that it could cost between twelve and fourteen million annually and players are gonna try to cover those costs. You've had a lot of surgeries. And I'm so sorry. Was was it. Forty seven zero degrees, man. Oh, man. Sorry to hear that you look to really right away. Thank you doing. Well. Now, but just wait to step out of here. Shape. All at all. I'm doing well now relatively will. And I'm glad they pass that because I mean that has a huge impact on only you but off for her players when they were willing to put, you know, do something like that. And really stand up for players like that. What were you thinking? What was that like to see what was it was a great great thing to be able to read that, you know, this is what was going on at saying saying that we've been trying to do and I've been a part of the retired players association aboard and whatnot for years old. What we tried to do is try to associate ourselves with your current plate with the current players of the day to try and put together, you know, showing his plans and things of that nature because it was some point you going to be a retired plants on up for yourselves and whatnot. Ryan, but it took this long for you know, we we started retire players in in early nineteen nineties it took up until the last couple of years to get you know, new currently day flares to fund. Say okay. Wow. We're gonna do this. So, you know, even though it's taken that long. We still free. She ate it. Because there are a lot of guys out who played this game. You know, have no other recourse, and this gives them a at least a little bit of hope that you know, they could take care of themselves. I mean, we've had guys who passed away because they couldn't get to the hospital for now, you know, at least, you know, guys like that. We'll be able to be taken care of at least look that. Yeah. It's terrific. When I heard that news because I didn't really hear much about it until Spencer. Brought it up. I think that's amazing. Glad that you know, that's happening. That's needed to be done sooner. So it's great. It's great to see I'm who are some players from your era that you feel should've gotten more credit or recognition guys that maybe you know, you went up against that battles against. But they didn't get the love they deserve. Are there? Any guys stand out like that? Bobby Dandridge guided all fame now, but took so law. Gus Johnson Johnson was probably the best defensive player I've ever seen the played not only is the four position players easier. Small footnote our for, but he also played the point God when you when you had to go up against the Oscar Robinson's on the other guys will Jerry West those guys who who were scoring a lot. He played those guys every women playing Elvin as when as well. He was a us wanted to premiere defense clan. Plus, he was wonders I guys who who broke a backboard. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And I'll just tell you the story. Right. Quick. Just because we're talking about it. I love stories stories you Brigham my way. Let's do it. We're planning, but walkie, and you know, walkie was last place that we played before we go to LA Alcasa, so everybody show. Okay. We get this game. We go. Get the flight we go to LA. So we plan a game. We're down by fifty fifty four l how is like three minutes ago in a game three and a half EVA's man, we play another minute or so he caused down breaks backward. He hurts his hand. And and he has to go to the training. So in the meantime, there's no the backboard that they had to call somewhere to get another backboard to finish the game. Wow. So that takes another two hours. And in meantime, he goes to LA echoes the catch the plight. LA we had to stay. If finish the game and if wind up losing by fifty two fours with you. That's why every game I've seen this in you know, in every arena..

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"bobby dandridge" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

09:04 min | 2 years ago

"bobby dandridge" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Besides being a triathlete and runner is an academy an Academy Award nominate nominee he has been producing films since oh, I don't know forever. He's the co founder and cozy of Alcon entertainment. His name is Andrew Andrew. How're you doing? Awesome. I'm blessed about I love it. So Andrew did growing up. Did you always feel like film was going to be your future is that's something that intrigued you early on. Absolutely not. I never I always loved movies. I think lots of people love movies. I went with my dad when I was a youngster on the weekends. So I've always enjoyed films. But when I went to Princeton, I studied politics and economics there and plan to go to law school and really didn't intend to go in the film business. I know family members in the film business. I was in east coast kid. You know, it's a it's a long circuitous story, but a a series of coincidences, you know, led me into the movie business, and as I like to say twenty three years later, I'm still on extended business trip to Los Angeles. What was it? What did get you in the films? Well, it's complicated story. But I came across a man's life story when I was still an undergraduate at Princeton named Richard pee wee Kirkland. In Richard D? We kirkland. I'm going to give a little background which is in the late sixties and early seventies early before Magic Johnson and Larry Bird, enter the NBA in the in the late seventies, the NBA and professional basketball phone on some pretty hard time. Yes, interestingly enough, you know in the late seventies. The NBA finals championship wasn't even televised. Live. Yeah. Right. So you know, if you go back to those series with the Washington Bullets as they were called, Dan in the Seattle SuperSonics, those those those games weren't even televised lies. So it gives you some sense of what the NBA was van is compared to the mega billion dollar business. It is today. So in any event, the pro players, even the best pro players, you know, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Julius Erving tiny Archibald used to play in summer leagues to keep their skills, sharp playground weeds and the most famous of these leaves was called the Harlem rocker league, which was played in one hundred and fifty fifth and eighth avenue in Harlem, and what was fascinating about. This league is interspersed among these great pros were playground legends who for whatever set of reasons their lives said lead them away from a life of professional basketball. But they were you know, they were brilliant players and the most accomplished their number of these legends. But the most accomplished was a man named Richard. Eweek Caughlin who led the Harlem rocker league in scoring between nineteen sixty eight and seventy one. He led his small college Norfolk state to division three national championship. Actually, interestingly enough he played with Bobby Dandridge at Norfolk state who went on to win a championship with the Milwaukee him. Okay. Yeah. Washington bullets. I believe maybe also with Milwaukee. But definitely with Washington very accomplished player. Anyway, so TV was offered multiple professional contracts, but he turned them all down because of the height of his basketball ability. He was the biggest African American gangster in the United States. He ran a very significant criminal enterprise. He was known as the Bank of Harlem and eventually the law caught up with him. And he ended up in jail and remarkably unlike most organized crime kingpins, he actually got out of that life and turned his life around and is now for many years been a community activists in Harlem, use a criminology degree from hunter college, he coached at high school in New York to the citywide championship. And so. I was really taken by his story and got in touch with him. And I didn't know anything about movies per se, but I sort of intuitively understood that someone's life story out of property right associated with it. And if you control those rights, you could put a project together, so long story short, those were my first initial steps into the movie business and one thing led to the next and long story short, you know, my partner, and I went to Princeton with me brought her Johnson formed Alcon entertainment in nineteen ninety seven with the financial backing of our partner to this day. Fred Smith, who's the founder and chairman and CEO of FedEx. And so we now are the third longest running independent films finance company in the world, and we're in television and music and interactive and all kinds of stuff. So we've been very blessed and lucky to absence assessment movies that have paid for the ones that haven't worked. So, you know. Has kept us going. So what did you end up selling pee wee's rights ended up the actual answer? The question is is. You know, I got him business when I was still undergraduate because I didn't know any movie producers someone introduced me to a producer who offered to help me who turned out to be the stereotypical nefarious moving stole money from me, and the whole thing kind of fell apart for fray, very long time. But he got me into the business. Ironically after the blindside came out in two thousand and ten I got that. We're p we got in contact with me, and we redeveloped the project, and I actually think it'll be one of our next features in the next eighteen months, it'll sort of bring my professional life, full circle. That's what's so fascinating. Going man. I don't think I've seen that. I've been I've been loving watching. All the ESPN features all the basketball right now. Oh my God. There's so many great stories are so many great stories. And and so you're not into this that long when you're ninety eight you're you're filming my dog skip the cemetery and you get shot in the leg. Well, what happened is? It's a, you know, let me start by saying that I'm a I'm a statistic, and I'm an extraordinarily fortunate statistics sell outcome was formed in nineteen ninety seven. The first movie that we went into production on with a family film. It turned out to also be our first hit movie called my dog skip. It was a very small film that was very successful for us. We assume that movie in and around Jackson, Mississippi, it's based on the life story of Willie marris who was a very fine writer whose the editor of Harper's magazine in New York and an important figure in the civil rights movement in the south in any way, he had written a book about his relationship with his dog. As a as a small shied boy in Mississippi, and how this dog had been integral and sort of socializing him getting him friends in the neighborhood. And so that was what the movie was about in any event, we filmed it in Mississippi where the story the real story took place and. We were filming for a series of nights in a cemetery in Jackson, and I remember this particular night. 'cause I actually we were starting filming pretty late and I had left set for a little while because it was game five of the NBA finals. It was that extraordinary series between the jazz and the bulls. Yes. And in any event came back to set in round eleven thirty at night, and sort of, you know, producer director chairs are fairly sort of high chairs off the ground, you kind of half sitting at stand and all the side. And the only way I can describe it is it the the feeling of getting hit by a forty five caliber bullet, which is what I was hit. By would be the equivalent of someone was driving an automobile at sixty miles an hour from the sky down onto you. It was a force. That was just extraordinary, and you know, it's smacked into my femur catapulted me about ten feet and. You know, I was just. It. It was paying it was shocked the force of it was unbelievable. And so any event they rushed over to me they rolled me over. And you know, there was smoke coming out of a hole in my leg with blood. And you know, they've washed me to the hospital the set medics like it looks like you've been shot after the break. More with traffic leads and the co founder and co CEO of Alcon, entertainment, Mr. Andrew Costa. Join the conversation talk six fifty K S T E A Armstrong and Getty here for kale and Rachel would have a wonderful offer from elk grove Ford and team Ford in woodland special announcement to the victims of the.

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"bobby dandridge" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"bobby dandridge" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Like there was consensus of the party that prepares the badge Boyd ever play. And it was like bird. Everybody's like second. Yep. Yep. Yep. Second. Yep. Second. Fifth. Yeah. I would back Kelly trap, much better, Tom Chambers. Yeah, wreck Barry and regret. He's a sitting there just eating steak. Like, yeah. I was I was called a real coat. And he was like, I close personal friends Spencer Haywood who we spent most of the time with just see like he easy opposite, Rick Perry. He loves me. I think he did me if given the chance I I don't know who you, and Dan, I think he really enjoyed that. Magic suits business. Yeah. That's that's true shoot suits shoes. All that. He's also very he's a he's a guy who runs hot which is weird considering how many layers he constantly has on, you know, four layers of d'arme under the tunnel under the long Johns wool. But yeah, he tried to say Bobby Dandridge gave. Rick berry forty once and wreck buyer was like impossible. I would have filed out. I was a poor sport. It was let me say I was going to. I haven't my fingertips right now. Should I check like the head to head to see? What's what are just let the story be the store? Let it be just I think so too. 'cause I think actually Spencer might have misspoke. I think Rick gave Dan Dandridge forty. But he said it the other way and Rick buyers like I'll kill everyone in here. What we dust them off right now got converse in the car. Yeah. We were asking like 'cause we only had like we had to sit down with who. You'll hear on this episode wreck. Barry Nancy remained, excuse me future. President of the United States potentially the entire world. Nancy Lieberman of the other is the difference. Spencer love Jew. Rick. Love me. Nancy loved us. Bo Nicorette and all of humanity. Now, she weather fan of Devlin though, 'cause Devlin Calder miss swung on them. Yeah. Now, she she would tighten them up real quick. Yeah. Nancy run wraps for us. She as she was just the best. We gotta talk to her. She'll be back on for certain, correct? And spencer. We had sweet long sit downs with all three of them. And then at the party, we just had a camera, and we will walking around talking to people. And so we only had him for a few quick minutes. And so we didn't want to ask like super personal questions. We wanted to ask like things that these guys could get him riled up things. I would. Let them know. We were just like media. We were just trying to get them to laugh. And so we let off like all right? Who in this room would be the most e AB would be the easiest to give buckets too and people calling out other people. And then Rick Barry was just like I don't wanna be disrespectful. I would just give everyone bug. It's everybody would get twenty eight. Six assists couple boards. And yeah, good defense. I get to the stripe nine two. But it isn't credible. Like rip berry, led the NC double A ABA an NBA in scoring only player to do that. Lebron didn't even come close to of those showers. Go couldn't be may also look up Bobby Dandridge that really good career. Yes. Looking at two-time champion. One with the the bucks, then the bullets Ford all star games a second team defensive. I seem for career average eighteen and a half, seven boards and three assists..

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"bobby dandridge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"bobby dandridge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Everybody is happy time where Missouri leads at thirty two to twenty eight over Oregon state in a team that's been a little little bit choppy with the officiating special halftime, guests Dave bath cops director of player personnel with the Milwaukee box. I just have one basketball question for you is his talk about your career is it. Why does it seem like if a guy comes out to set the high post? Dick pic? We've seen three times in this game. If the co if you stand in like he's supposed to be if the collision seems overly dramatic or it's a hard collision. It almost seemed like the officials just blow the whistle call the foul just because it was a big collision dissipating instead of watching applied closer. Yeah. It's really frustrating. Good to meet you, thanks for stopping by the state. So I said you gotta come on with. And how. You've got a few connections with with Portland and Oregon and some guys you've worked with over the years in the in the business of pro basketball, pretty pretty nice career. You've got. Release good terrorist. Head coach of the blazers was assistant with us and head coach with us. Now, you're with Milwaukee. I remember the Milwaukee days of the mecca arena Brian winters. Bobby dandridge? In fact, I was old enough. But I don't remember when we'll I'll send her was with the bucks and seventy one that whole thing, but some great tradition there, and you told me earlier tonight, I should know this is a sports guy. But I'm so locked in with college sports that the Bradley center is no more. Now, you have a brand new arena by this is your first here September started started October season. It's called the Pfizer form. The Pfizer form is served. Okay. In in Milwaukee. Well, these are a lot of fun these traveling tournaments. I know you get to travel the world and and look at potential potential players. So that that's a lot of fun. You're going to do this as long as they let you. I believe so coast calls for sixteen years, I've been MBA twenty two. Got good experience. It's a fun job. Like, you said Where'd you coach in college? Division. One assistant university, San Diego, San Diego. Stay at northern Arizona. Head coach of Arizona. Western he crossed paths with any Oregon state coaches or you don't want. I I got the job university San Diego. Jimmy Anderson was Ralph Miller. He was one of those guys that took care of Tommy the ropes. So the road break all talk. Greg.

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"bobby dandridge" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"bobby dandridge" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Chance to maybe keep lebron or you know a safety net if lebron leaves but i i don't see him going to cleveland so why the big storylines around the nfl last week was that after a whole year andrew luck finally started throwing footballs again he's very exciting and now it's been reported that the colts plans limit lex workouts over the summer or do the same into the season i gotta tell you i am so done with andrew i am just i'm done with it andrew luck is the nfl's derrick rose just let me know when he's healthy stop alerting me when he is dribble a basketball or throwing them any football just just let me know what he's healthy by the way i've always been andrew luck fan but this it's i don't like this whole secretive thing like come on colts get it together like i i don't know i don't i still think they're gonna win a lot more games than vegas things but the whole thing has been just choppy and sloppy and i don't feel like i'm getting a straight answer on anything i've just submitted to the idea that andrew lucked doesn't play football anymore i don't think that's right but it's it by the way there's a fiber cement chance of that he's got a mental block can grab a regulation football i mean talking about i don't even know what that means either i told my wife that yesterday i said this facebook is screwing up kids heads like facebook and twitter i like i got a number one player for the sixers shooter that can't shoot because he went will block kawais healthy and can't play and andrew lucked is a quarterback that forgot how to throw like i've never even heard of these problems before they never even existed before all the social media negative negatively computers and finally in the pettiest news of the day cleveland browns offensive coordinator todd haley is not only impressed with his quarterback group he says it's the best it's he's ever been around here's what he said probably in my career this is one of the best if not the best quarterback rooms in general that i've had the group in general is what i'm excited about i think it's a it's a intelligent intelligent group with with ability to throw the football and make plays with their legs someone so you know when you have that i think good things happen you know competition is created within the room even though they're working hard together to to help each other and get better as a group calling you learn new things every day like for example todd haley has a second job as a comedian i mean what are you talking he's worked with ben rothlisberger kurt warner drew bledsoe tony romo but yeah cleveland the most notorious quarterback destroying franchise in nfl history is the best quarterback room you band i got it todd you're a little upset van but like just okay we'll scale back a little yeah joy taylor the news well that's the news and thanks for stopping by dr heard lie he's a hall of famer he's a nine time allstar seventeen years a champion i grew up in the pacific northwest so i know i know gary payton when when nobody knew who gary payton was just a guy in corvallis oregon let's bring on the glove gary payton i grew up a sonics fan with gus williams and dj and freddie downtown freddie brown and a lot of good name that's my team a lot of good named jack sigma marvin webster lonnie shelton john johnson you name it too many people don't know too many of them they don't know to me that was my team i know you seventy nine team seventy seven seventy seven before they beat elvin hayes kevin greedy wes unseld yup yup chan bobby dandridge added that's when they oh that was pretty good hey washington for about a seven year run was really really really elvin hayes is maybe the most underrated player in league history west have no because the games were televised haywood pseudo spat member spencer sonic gear planning seattle the plan.

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"bobby dandridge" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"bobby dandridge" Discussed on PTI

"Totally mccaffrey's things healthy norv turner is going to figure out how to push that number north of fifteen hundred he can really be even more impacted layer happy anniversary of the team formerly known as the washington bullets on this day forty years ago the now wizards won their only nba championship on west unseld elvin hayes and bobby dandridge would make even more memorable david in washington history if the capital's way to win i championship tonight and then how long the bullets wizards tony we gotta live long enough you and me they're not ready yet mike not yet a melancholy trails to read shadings the great second baseman who played most of his nineteen seasons with the saint louis cardinals died yesterday at the age of ninety five shane's made ten all star teams later manage the cardinals championship season in nineteen sixty seven shane was the oldest living player in the hall of fame that distinction now goes to whitey ford the greatest yankee starter ever who will be ninety in october under the fear of those championship cardinals team tony would lou brock kurt flood mike shannon tim mcarthur orlando cepeda and of course bob gibbs great teams big finish quickly stevens defeated madison keys in straightsets advance to the french open final she winner second major don't know she can help is is good have her back in play real all summer for awhile terrelonge was announced today he will not attend the pro football hall of fame ceremony in canton this summer you thought i've no idea what he's thinking neither does he after predraft workout feeding andre eight and said quote i know i'm going number one you like his confidence like even more if he's playing with aunt with booker with devon booker tony i would be believable lineup using that shot clock rounds at the austrian open we're forty minutes quicker than the normal round of the european tour i know you like that yeah i believe i had that too that's good for get rid of slow play wow rank right said he andrew luck is real close to throwing your.

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"bobby dandridge" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"bobby dandridge" Discussed on PTI

"Totally mccaffrey's things healthy norv turner is going to figure out how to push that number north of fifteen hundred he can really be even more impacted layer happy anniversary of the team formerly known as the washington bullets on this day forty years ago the now wizards won their only nba championship on west unseld elvin hayes and bobby dandridge would make even more memorable david in washington history if the capital's way to win i championship tonight and then how long the bullets wizards tony we gotta live long enough you and me they're not ready yet mike not yet a melancholy trails to read shadings the great second baseman who played most of his nineteen seasons with the saint louis cardinals died yesterday at the age of ninety five shane's made ten all star teams later manage the cardinals championship season in nineteen sixty seven shane was the oldest living player in the hall of fame that distinction now goes to whitey ford the greatest yankee starter ever who will be ninety in october under the fear of those championship cardinals team tony would lou brock kurt flood mike shannon tim mcarthur orlando cepeda and of course bob gibbs great teams big finish quickly stevens defeated madison keys in straightsets advance to the french open final she winner second major don't know she can help is is good have her back in play real all summer for awhile terrelonge was announced today he will not attend the pro football hall of fame ceremony in canton this summer you thought i've no idea what he's thinking neither does he after predraft workout feeding andre eight and said quote i know i'm going number one you like his confidence like even more if he's playing with aunt with booker with devon booker tony i would be believable lineup using that shot clock rounds at the austrian open we're forty minutes quicker than the normal round of the european tour i know you like that yeah i believe i had that too that's good for get rid of slow play wow rank right said he andrew luck is real close to throwing your.

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"bobby dandridge" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"bobby dandridge" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Fair it was a crazier for centers because you had came robinson shack so ewing was the fourth best center that year but it almost any other year makes it the nineteen ninety trailblazers drexel was thirteen the nineteen ninety pistons dumars was third team the eighty nine in eighty eight pistons did not have an ambiance guy in an eight daily two teams anyway but but that's how deep and great that team was in by the way as it was one of the best eight or nine guys in the league he just was giving up stats to win at that point seventynine sonics we mentioned seventy eight sonics and the seventy bullets had no first or second team on being guys and the reason i mentioned this even if you go through all those teams that didn't have them or ben wallace was second team or whatever you could at least look back and go oh that made sense you know like a key malaysian when the twelve best players ever ewing's will abyss forty years ever clyde drexler is probably the sixth or seventh best to guard ever and that team was really good those pistons teams reloaded dumars as a hall of famer as ahah thomas is one of the best twenty five players dennis rodman was on that team like those teams were get to seventy nine seventy eight sonics had dj and gus who in retrospect were incredible backward and dj's in the hall of fame gusts is not in often but should be especially with some of the guys that have gotten in that seven day bullets team at elvin hayes and west on salad and bobby dandridge who made second team the year after and the oh pacers had reggie miller who is one of the great clutch guys we've had in the last twenty five years plus a bunch of other guys in jalen in his prime.

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"bobby dandridge" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"bobby dandridge" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Fair it was a crazier for centers because you had came robinson shack so ewing was the fourth best center that year but it almost any other year makes it the nineteen ninety trailblazers drexel was thirteen the nineteen ninety pistons dumars was third team the eighty nine in eighty eight pistons did not have an ambiance guy in an eight daily two teams anyway but but that's how deep and great that team was in by the way as it was one of the best eight or nine guys in the league he just was giving up stats to win at that point seventynine sonics we mentioned seventy eight sonics and the seventy bullets had no first or second team on being guys and the reason i mentioned this even if you go through all those teams that didn't have them or ben wallace was second team or whatever you could at least look back and go oh that made sense you know like a key malaysian when the twelve best players ever ewing's will abyss forty years ever clyde drexler is probably the sixth or seventh best to guard ever and that team was really good those pistons teams reloaded dumars as a hall of famer as ahah thomas is one of the best twenty five players dennis rodman was on that team like those teams were get to seventy nine seventy eight sonics had dj and gus who in retrospect were incredible backward and dj's in the hall of fame gusts is not in often but should be especially with some of the guys that have gotten in that seven day bullets team at elvin hayes and west on salad and bobby dandridge who made second team the year after and the oh pacers had reggie miller who is one of the great clutch guys we've had in the last twenty five years plus a bunch of other guys in jalen in his prime.

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"bobby dandridge" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"bobby dandridge" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Now migro by the temptations to beginning of which is the most famous baseline is right in all the music my girl alice's restaurant which is twenty minutes long stand but that that is in there now here's one here's here's one that i think is a sort of very minor song and i'm very surprised footloose by kenny the lewis is now immortalized and more than that more than that here's the gambler by kenny rogers i'm here so here's what here's what's written forty years after its release the gamblers everywhere relatable to most everyone don schlitz and i neither one are gamblers kenny rogers said he said he wrote this song more about a thought of how you live your life and i think it's good for that this is the better paragraph or stralia billionaire kenny packer told rogers and his wife wanda over dinner one night that is dream was to have the gambler played at his funeral and it was in two thousand and six both george h w bush bush elder and john glenn quoted the song when they withdrew from presidential races it's become part of our collective dna schlitt says rafer kenny rogers for his work to be included it's an honor that you don't dream i would not the gambler to hold him knowing the national registry of songs you know i wouldn't have yeah good for him especially when it's when it's in the same classes stuff like my girl you're like well yeah that's very odd all right so i was looking through the paper today and i got to the last page the back of the ace section this is local we're going local local this is the and i didn't realize this the fortieth championship fortieth anniversary of the washington franchises only championship and they show pictures of the players including west on sell to just had a birthday the other day phil chenier who still active with the team mitch cup chac who for many years was the gm of the lakers said to be getting back in melvyn hayes who famously didn't get along with west unseld story but good bobby dandridge kevin greedy who had restaurants around here everyone of course looks so young because it's forty years ago what is there is.

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"bobby dandridge" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"bobby dandridge" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"When the product sucks all these fairweather celebrity knicks fans at show up and smile for the camera like shit is sweet shit ain't sweet she has been sweet shit wasn't sweet last year the last time me and moody were at a knicks game me and moody we're having a private conversation right there courtside you can hear us ten rose up on the other side of the court you could hear fucking pin drop in that place were member we went to go see detroit yeah absolutely and the smiling celebrity fans you're not helping you're hurting exactly don't show up a guarantee shit with change john stewart what the fuck you doing on the sidelines jon stewart you know watching nothing good you're holding your head like like oh my god they always lose why are you there and the reason why even got on this tangent because the golden state warriors my other favorite team in the nba i wanna shout these guys out we didn't mention this when it happened a couple of weeks ago when they were in washington to play the washington bullets sorry i didn't mean to do that fucking washington wizards shout out to west unseld elvin hayes the great earl the pearl monroe all the former washington bullets bobby dandridge greg ballard man's name the big white dude that goon jeff ruling on the jeff ruling of podcasting the foot too make it all kinds of dirty fouls and shit yes.

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"bobby dandridge" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"bobby dandridge" Discussed on The Jump

"You moon is proved with valencia orange peel and a touch of under it's a creative twist on a belgian style weed out for a taste that shines brighter taste responsible blooming brewing company golden colorado apart those life welcome to a really special this the jumped on amino hasn't seen in for rachel nickell today she'll be back tomorrow glad to have hall of famer tracy mcgrady along with nba finals mvp todd ability a little bit closer to the next several all obame i'll explain in a minute today will exclusively show in talk on the exclusively on the show to talk about nominations for the upcoming two thousand eighteen class of the naismith memorial basketball hall of fame new this year players and retire coaches are now eligible at the three full seasons of retirement finalists for the north american and women's committees will be revealed at allstar weekend two four 2018 class will be announced that the ncaa men's final four and the enshrinement ceremony will be september in springfield let's check out some notable first on nominees including our guy mr big shot john very nice glancing header last is again so these are of course i basketball team nominees will they're talking about some of them throughout the show whilst on what some of the repeat pete nominees ray allen steve nasty some kids jonty bills grant hill richard hamilton one with bob huggins route doors bobby dandridge ed hightower that's quite the list better thought would then.

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"bobby dandridge" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"bobby dandridge" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The top ten even though he's sure he's retired and so well bought jerry west the number one i don't care b one one chavis your it doesn't matter to me was that of course a logo for the nba but calvi jermaine commodity was ow mad going up against so celtics the games the uh phenomenal player great defense employer which people don't even quick that's how many times oil but the one thing as far as the gains you've been watching singer kid what's the most unstoppable shot of all times is that skyhawk no doubt about it they were right career milwaukee yup and uh and i love the way you feel like what he was a little while sinndar lewis karim us on while john wooden would call him when those three and she aa championships uh in the big winning streak at that that this disappointing defeat to houston down on me i don't wanna see when he couldn't see a backup events that loss what a beating on elvis 'have elvin hayes in the houston googlers and you always wonder atas milwaukee let him go they want a championship were them with bobby dandridge and now that some good players i mean that was that was a great squad in somehow it somehow somehow the lakers end up yeah pannage i know you were young were you behind that deal too i cannot take credit for that i can't go open up the coffers iran a man he knew what it was gonna take and you know he won championships than that of course when you add magic johnson and you had james worthy who the mix and then you add michael cooper with you're going to have a good team and they had a lot of other players to i will tell you this very entertaining very impressed with the way the lakers one at at i love khouzina i'd alonzo played well i know the last shock out blocked but you know what the the key again we're we're not looking at this kid is like he's still a kid for the love of god he's got bright he's got some of the best court vision that i've seen he literally does as a point guard sees the whole court and at that level and that's speed of the.

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"bobby dandridge" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"bobby dandridge" Discussed on WCPT 820

"He said to departed year career to brokering yeah number i've been very mcdonough okay you're crazy edgy free the register illu elson there this is certainly before euturkey us the makoma young obviously it's a bill mugabe's when karim milwaukee with oskar robert thurman bob dan goodrich i think there were eight years by rob luke blue on trivia here we have a guest here who actually we've played for the bucks for men released a play with korea was drafted in sixty member milwaukee while about that with bobby dandridge and bobby danjean that whole group oscar came that next year when they won the championship they get rid of hearing wanted jeb agip and i saw my first pretend here's another example of where bob whose it bob cousy couldn't get along with oscar he was coaching cincinnati at the time and he wanted to get rid of him and they treated him for flynn robinson's yet i see so my first professional basketball games will milwaukee bucks against the bulls but it was in milwaukee and brother months of superstation there he was one a market university and two consumable a books day gift get to the singles guys play in staff she's a rabbi appreciated methods for insight extra no problem you bet better ought to okay let's get out as a legal hope i pronounced arousal league right uh yeah i put out of the speaker yes absolutely thank you as a leo cuba no no that's fine to hide name um i'm here.

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