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"bobby hansen" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"bobby hansen" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Well that maybe a smart thing to do. If you have a long layoff. I don't think that would apply in the nba. You've got such a an integral part of the team cohesion and the being together and working together and Little small things that happen out on the court that most people don't even see the little head nonsense no-one wherever everybody's going to be in a given situation and if you get away for too long you You lose that. And so i think in the case of the nba. It's it's better to stay focused. Stay together maybe take a day off here or day off their you know they might take Maybe sunday off. But the rest of the time he needs to be their plan and Staying close together takes so long in the nba to build a winning team and to build a group of guys that play well together. You don't want to do anything in my to risk that at this point in time mark. It's only speculation on my part so feel free to correct me if i'm wrong about this but i would think in hockey and also nba because it's such constant action back and forth that it probably is difficult to recapture that kind of momentum. Edge offer a long of time as compared with football. We have five seconds of action. And then you may have nothing for another forty five seconds. You're exactly right. It's very difficult to maintain that and once you get a gallon you wanna keep it and that's why you see in the nba. There are a lot of teams. We'll go through the season and they'll they'll be great streaks where they win a lot of games then they'll be down a little bit and over a period of eighty to one hundred games. You know you're going to have everything happened to you. Frankly and you say she says there's probably ten games you have no control over. You're going gonna lose five. You shouldn't lose your going to win five. You shouldn't win And so it's a it's a real Momentum thing and you're right you wanna you know i. I would think maybe two three days off at the max between series In order to keep that momentum of that f. and keep everybody sharp mark over the years. I've had athletes say that we have to take another level once we reach the playoffs. And i know that is somewhat of a cliche but for the average fan. They don't probably understand what that actually means. What is it that a team. And what is it that a player does when they get to the playoffs. That takes it to the next level well during the regular season. It's difficult to get really hyped up for every game you just play so many games. It's just too hard on your body and you really try and go for consistency more than anything else in the playoffs It's it's another step up in intensity and adrenaline. And i would like an it to when you wake up in the middle of the night when you think you heard something or you. Almost get in a car wreck That kind of adrenaline has to surge through your body for six or eight weeks. And that's the kind of level that they're talking about when they move it up boom it up another level and it takes its toll on your body. You can't you can't sleep and You know a lot of times. It's just who's in better condition and who has more endurance at the end of the season. More than anything else and also is it not that the whole team has to be in that same level. I mean does that. Come from within the locker room more than a dozen anything a coach can say to you. Yeah it has to come from team leadership and i think if you look back at the teams that have won championships Magic larry bird Isaiah you know michael jordan certainly They lead by example. Get out on the court and they're willing to do anything and everything to win that basketball game. It's not about just scoring points but it's about you know being the best defensive player on the court that night. If that's what's necessary or making the key pass and i think that's probably the biggest difference that i've seen and And that's that's really what it takes. Mark eaton the former utah. Jazz center is joined us. So if you'd like to jump in here one. Eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine rick. You're in phoenix arizona. Got you with marketing. Hey mark how are you tonight. Good talking to you. I just wanna talk about Back near playing with jazz and some of the players like carlin john and some of these other blue collar who've gone through a the jazz organization plan in utah where there's not too much to do some other major markets and you know in a los angeles or something like that if so many other things to do so many teams to cheer on. What's it like being a player plan. And i you like salt lake city where everybody just rally around your team. And that's one of the one of the biggest tickets in the whole area. It's been kind of fun in that regard because it is a little more of a family kind of atmosphere than in la. Or as you said. And i've i've kind of enjoyed it because You are these shell in town and everybody rallies around the jazz especially when they're winning and playing well and the whole state kind of becomes transformed all over the city with jazz flags on their car and they've got you know every every. Tv station has a special each evening on the news and I kind of enjoyed it. it for me. It worked out well for giancarlo. I think it worked out. Well and You're right about the blue collar. Work ethic There are certain types of players obviously certain cities better than others. I think the jazz have worked hard to try and recruit those kinds of players. Who now are you know. Pretty solid citizen so to speak into not guys are going to have to worry about it at night and you can get in trouble night. Here don't Don't think that that's not true but anyway For the most part it's been a great place to play and and It is a lot of fun. And when chas lose a playoff game The city suffers and i talked to businessmen whose who are depressed into its They've really Everybody lives in dies now with the with the barometer of the jazz and so it's It's been a lot of fun. Real quick mark. I think all of us remember frank. Layden is the coach of the jasmine moving up into the front office What was it like. Plan in the organization with frank leading. I think we've all seen the the The bloopers and practical joe's liked playing Playing for frank layden having him around all the time. Frank was the greatest He really took me under his wing and a lot of other players and really took this organization which was One that ran a lot of players through in the early years and was really trying to find itself. And you know had a pistol pete vich and a real run and gun style. In when frank came any really turned that around became more defensively oriented and took this kind of blue collar. Work new york. Work ethic To the team and said hey guys you know i. I don't wanna lose the game by three points. I'd rather lose it by two. And everybody of like he was nuts and he'd say no that's because that's one point closer to winning and that's the kind of attitude that he started us with and You know turn to a group of Kind of misfits with me and adrian dantley and ricky green and jeff wilkins ben polecat and guys like that Bobby hansen thorough bailey and Turn them into a winning team That all of a sudden started surprising everyone in the nba. So he's he's been the greatest It was always a pleasure to play for him although he do. Some wacky things. Sometimes in the middle of the game he'd start telling jokes to some guy in the third row and we'd be sitting there in a time out saying well you know frank. What about the play. You played at ucla. And every time. I've ever talked to you. I've been with you. I've always find found you to be a very thoughtful person. I mean i think people can hear from your answers how articulate and how inciteful you are how did you approach the game being that type of person well. My background is a little different in auto mechanic can to you know stayed out of school for a few years before going back to junior college and then ucla. And i'm just always look at both sides of of an issue and I've tried to I guess i've had little had a little more experienced going in and i looked at nba basketball for what it was. It was a great business. It was a great opportunity to play and and have a lot of fun but.

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"bobby hansen" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"bobby hansen" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Boy ever since the last dance aired everybody's getting ready there Michael Jordan stuff on the phone with us from heritage auction house it is Christian aired welcome back to the show Chris how are you but the extravagant and people can go to H. aid dot com and see these items what do you have from for Michael Jordan what's up for auction so we have to really cool pieces that are ending tonight at ten PM central at age eighty dot com they're both they both originate from Michael Jordan's closet basically one is a right shoe air Jordan one size thirteen and a half and the other is the only known one of his baseball glove that's ever at auction and the story behind these two is in late nineteen ninety four has been white when needed Jordan yeah she was trying to find out something about hiding his earnings for his thirty second birthday which came in October of ninety five and the body by the guy that has everything records she tracked down her jeweler and he knew of a company in Israel that may be the really really detailed all personal items out of silver oaks south silver and she has she had an air Jordan one and and it is a baseball glove made out of silver basically and then what we're selling is B. actual item she when the gloves that were used to make the sober on mold your sculptors or whatever you wanna call it my mental and these are the originals so it's pretty pretty cool a solid silver air Jordan one issue this Michael still have that I wonder how much that would go for we actually sold one are years ago because she actually had ten of each may they can yellow tie David Falk out wanting a museum got one ball scores got one I believe Jordan kept shoe yeah you got to make more than one if you're gonna be making something so special and together we had to make this mold which is pretty pretty intensive process already ready to make an outage which is nothing in our industry but we did sell glove in the issue years ago before the last dance and I'm not going to bore you with excel or because it doesn't matter well the last dance it doesn't matter that places is really irrelevant because prices have went off you know some some things are ten times of their work before the last dance it and I told you last time I was on your show you we had a service cleats which was first pleased ever at auction yeah I estimated at them before the last dance for five thousand they ended up selling for over ninety thousand is three C. one hundred eight yeah it's changed everything how much remind me how much Michael Jordan's signature of its on something how much is the signature worth it really depends what it if you were to use that say you know what would it be on eight by ten photograph or something you're looking at about a thousand box why do you know if you had a Jersey boy so much that it's with a lot more in a game worn Jersey what is that two hundred thousand three hundred thousand dollars no match late career goals using one by Jordan not a real special game or anything you're looking at one fifty two hundred thousand but if you had an early career photo masters in some way that you're looking at a half a million maybe more probably more about robin Cavendish people remember here in Chicago Rodman took office Jersey after every home game and throw it in the throat in the stands how much is a Rodman Jersey is that anywhere near anything yeah we sold one I think I I brought up was the most unusual we sold one that I'm a woman and a girl at the time she she with the Christmas day not having gained bright red and she she's a really cool a caricature of of Rodney with Sir Bobby was holding a Jersey unit Hannah and her sign that that she held up to them to Qualtrough and robbing Claudette prince of it during the game one founder after the game called rose up through the Jersey and we sold that I think that's sold around twenty eight twenty five thousand something like that twenty five thousand dollars cheese man wow you know you got a tip and it's double that it might be triple that yeah even even did that guy get the guy like Steve Kerr John Paxton and close landing spaniel any guy that played with Michael Jordan all the items are going up in price that's crazy while Bobby Hansen Jersey game worn Jersey what's that going for from ninety two I don't know who that is I'm I'm you need your my memory I I knew both of them lose teammates were but I don't know Bobby Anthony let me tell you something about a Bobby Hansen in game six of the nineteen ninety two finals that the Chicago stadium when the bulls are down I want to say a fourteen or seventeen points Bobby kept hitting those threes that brought him back in the game and they just left him out there and kept hitting and hitting the bottom in the bulls ended up winning that game against Portland and they won the championship game of that sort of game five that was game six mana to Chicago stadium wallmark on my return you too bye bye go watch that sounds pretty check in I want to say that Bobby Hansen is a coach in Iowa well I'll check on that you have something some different Bobby Hansen so right about that I have nothing to Bobby Hansen I was just at that game and I remember it vividly like it was yesterday but let's get back to the Jordan issue Chris narrowed on the phone with.

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"bobby hansen" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:57 min | 2 years ago

"bobby hansen" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Speed McMurray in for John Williams coming up on today's show we got a jam packed line up we're gonna have the mayor of Naperville on right after ten o'clock Naperville is ready they're on the downturn less cases they are ready to open up their city but here is my question for the mayor and I can't wait to talk to him let's say they open it up are you gonna go to Naperville and have dinner in a restaurant I think a lot of people are gonna flock to Naperville what do you do we'll talk to the mayor right after ten also from the Illinois department of health doctoring goes A. N. ZK will join us at ten fifteen we'll talk to Brett bear from fox news at ten forty five ladies the eleven o'clock hour is for women so I want every woman to listen up at eleven o'clock we're gonna have a trainer on from equinox Julie Julie Ballas she's gonna tell you how to work out at home and then at eleven fifteen we're gonna have Michael can alley on who is Jennifer Aniston's colorist I had Michael on Sunday in that time because so many women were calling and texting and sending messages about their hair this is a rough time for women right now what are you doing what are you doing with the gray roots you know growing out of your head how are you covering them Michael has some tricks for you I'm freaking out I mean it is it's been since March and I'm doing pretty good because I I just got my hair colored right in market beginning of March before all this happened so have you tried to go to like July have you tried this brand or this this product called while W. O. W. no but I've heard of it it's like a powder that you put your hair and it changes the color of your hair to match your hair hello afraid of powder we can just it's like putting a comment on your hair right that's the thing that's my question for Michael after he talked about it on Sunday women sent me messages on Facebook and social media it feels too heavy and dirty and now I'm washing my hair on a regular basis so wait it out yeah so it's a catch twenty two I can't wait to hear about that it is mad at me too it's the now as it's tough and it's it for its full in Sam Smith Dave I'm sure you know Sam Smith these he wrote for the Chicago Tribune for years and years and years covering the bulls in the nineties he now writes for the Jordan rules Jordan rules in New York times bestseller he was all over that docu series on Sunday I've watched it twice I can't get enough of it and I forgot about that drama ninety eight I forgot about it I forgot that Scott he didn't want to come back yeah there were still reports that Tyler drama and I you know it's funny because when Bob and I were talking about that this morning and he also had forgotten some of it I'm like at the time that was the number one story in Chicago everybody was talking about right the biggest store and everybody knew everybody knew that if if Phil was donning Krause and Jackson didn't get along great and the players were making fun of Krause and me it was a bass the most hated man in Chicago this week is Jerry Krause it is which is which is unfortunate because he's not around to defend himself right I'm Jerry Jerry was a great general manager think about the teams that he put together he traded for Scotty he brought in Horace Tony Cuco church he traded will Perdue for Dennis Rodman those are some pretty good moves not bad of course he got in his own way that's the problem I was watching the bulls New Jersey game last night on NBC sports M. I forgot about Dennis throwing his Jersey in the stands after a game no one did that in no one does that right when you stick of his Jersey just thrown in the stands and walk in the locker room wow nineteen ninety eight this is why this is why it's so big number one or star for sports content but here in Chicago we remember this because it was the last chance the last season every single bar every night of the week it was a Tuesday the bulls are planned the bars are packed because we wanted to see Michael and the gang one last time so here's a question that I brought up my wife last night when I was watching the the bulls if you could go back in Chicago sports history where would you go would you go to the nineties balls because I have such fond memories would you go back to the eighty five bears two thousand five white Sox you got the Blackhawks three championships a lot of people would say the twenty sixteen cubs World Series because they waited so long where would you go it's a great question I was around the eighty five bears and and all that the champions that have followed them you know it's just going to seem like a strange response hi there there are two that stand out to me the the sixty nine cubs sixty nine and I know what the sixty three bears I don't know I just think I think from a historical standpoint okay I think there was a certain it first of all I think the idea of winning a championship an NFL championship at Wrigley Field right would be a cool thing to experience and I just think I've I wasn't around for the sixty nine cubs I wasn't covering them right and I've just and there's been this love affair with that team yeah I know they collapsed I know they didn't win and yet they have four hall of Famers on that roster I just think that would have been a a a cool team to be around and at that time look I think any time you have a winning season with any team in the city it's a special time of course you're not going to go too far wrong three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred if you could go back to a sports time here in Chicago where would you go you mentioned the sixty three bears so that was Sayers that was did come at tight end I want to share Sayers now all that was pre Sanders he was still two years away from coming to the bears wasn't that case about I'd know because he came in he had stairs came in the same time it was but yeah it was that brat of H. and R. Gaskins it was did go L. A. S. that was a a different bill weighed heavy that was a different era wow I didn't realize that so the sixty three team gale Sayers wasn't even on the team no man no he was because remember he was drafted they were coming off a bad year right but I struggled with this because I love the eighty five season it was so much fun to watch I mean seeing Jim McMahon on David Letterman and the headbands and everything and then the nineties bowls I was a single guy driving back and forth from Rockford and then I moved here and actually experienced it in the city I was here first hand into the scalp tickets when I got the bulls are in the playoffs this is the last round we got a scalp tickets I don't know the twenty ten hawks was pretty special because I experienced that with my son who was so into the hawks in twenty thirteen and twenty fifteen this is a tough one for me if I had to pick one and of course you know the cubs World Series and we just you know we forget everything because you know baseball is gone away I would have to say the nineties bowls because I experience that Anna had such great memories so okay so you're not talking about gold going back to something you didn't experience well you can there's no restrictions on that anyway I read that's the way I interpreted it as either as a fan what what sticks out for you so in terms of what will be the highlight yeah for any team for any team any team here in Chicago in Chicago sports history why I think it was B. M. is being around the eighty five bears eighty five bears I worked on the broadcast we traveled with them and that was it here's the thing about these teams beat is the same with the bulls and ninety eight the the the social media well hell wasn't there right I can't imagine the eighty five bears would not have been what they are had social media existed at that time because it was a team full of characters and personalities that were larger than life right and I just think that they would have kind of gone under cover of through social media around because he trusts L. everybody kind of would have been I think a little bit gun shy just from the impact that the Twitter and Instagram have on their daily lives and I think that Steve Kerr said the same thing about about the the bulls how Jordan would have been different if he were operating in today's atmosphere of course about that footage of him in Peoria and the footage of him over in Europe in Paris just walking around like a normal guy that's not Michael Jordan today you're right judge you're on WG and where would you go back to in the Chicago sports history I would go back to the Chicago stadium we're in the first balcony and it was a crowd of all went when I saw it I I have part of it the season ticket we had a bunch of people together that body season ticket and it was just the most amazing thing in my life okay hear this sound I mean you couldn't M. E. E. it was a war and we all just love the balls and Michael any coming in the fourth quarter and take over right hand it yeah and it it it but in the playoffs the the it are you even come home your ears are hurting right great I agree a hundred percent but the obstructed view I mean Chicago stadium at the time smelled the smell like a toilet and just getting to the bathroom I I'll never forget that we used to buy obstructed view you'd sit behind a Paul you'd have to lean the entire game but game six of the ninety two finals with Bobby Hansen we scalp tickets and we were on that second balcony and if you remember the Chicago stadium it looks straight down there wasn't if you were behind the Paul I mean the the vision lines were just perfect there I get it man I completely got it thank you Jeff have a great day it killed five three one two nine a one seventy two hundred if you could go back in Chicago sports history debut remember the old Chicago stadium the approximate view behind those steel girders Walkin Walkin his seats and then trying to figure out if you if you had obstructed view or not right so you did knowing they didn't update sometimes with printed on the ticket and sometimes not it is all the best three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred will get to get back to that in a second coming up at nine forty five we're gonna talk baseball are we going to see baseball at all in this city this summer and would you go to a baseball game let's say you get the all clear after July first you gonna hang out at socks Parker Wrigley Field are you gonna be a little nervous about that we'll talk about that today at nine forty five but first let's take a look.

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"bobby hansen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

11:05 min | 2 years ago

"bobby hansen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"In a way you know so most coaches back in the day to the Butte that to create the team to be close I'm not quite sure always worked yeah we're always mad at him right at all all week so bad for our teammates our borders give that that was kind of philosophy I guess I'm not quite sure they always felt that way yeah but you know look now look look look the one thing is there well when he was right man I don't think there's a better mind and we had we had a very late yeah that gunslinger mentality where he would try anything he was like he was like a Steph curry from the coaching he would try any you don't care you would try anything to win any game yeah I know I think you're absolutely right it's funny because I didn't care Hey you can yell at me all day I didn't really I don't give a rat's **** you can yell at me or not I always had the or was it the feeling that if you don't at me he cared and I was worth something so I can I'd keep playing because a lot of the times I know that he yelled at me to get through to other players and I was like whatever just the thought you put me on the court I'm fine I really don't I really don't care about it the only time I did I don't really care that I do you know if you know me I don't really care regardless but sometimes you get like personal the package I was like you guys can you know the the fans can hear yeah like a maybe and that's the one thing he didn't give a damn he did not care who they're trying to win the game and if they're trying to do whatever he saw fit to to win that game and there were times as like I'd be on the bench I'd be on the court not here to be liked who maybe tone that down just a little bit at a time when they're going to keep playing here is also that the transition from the you know certainly the the nineties we're calling as the night that that was the way you coach right was always kinda yelling and screaming and carrying on the sideline and all of a sudden at the plate got a little more power kind of changed the whole dialogue if you do not you are going on now no to date you know you know then the one thing that really you know time is the first guy that no one was sure his first came over Charissa nobody was there exactly he beat beat beat person Sharon style sure it's a military state maybe go to a diet your go go tell you boy you know whatever to get that person you know is dysfunctional kind of miscommunication going on well so perfect you know it's funny Chris when we had Nellie on last week or ten days ago the first question I asked was the red Auerbach influence and he keep kind of downplayed it because you say well you didn't coach me much and and I knew that but he said he didn't coach me much but I did used to sit him in office it just talk to him on a consistent basis for thirty minutes to an hour so here and you get your hearing Jim Peterson still the stories we've heard stories from Tom and now you come in and and and and add into him I think we found out what he was learning in those half hour sixty minute sessions is that but for you to read our box well the smoke a cigar it just basically given the manual for breaking your players to help them build it back up again yeah I think so riding look I grew up in New York and watch does nicotine in the rat holes meant right now or have only played red Auerbach zoned in there was a very similar style of play there you know is it was passed first you know less dribbling more patents screening if you think about a week you know we talk about small ball now both of those teams had small centers they dig the use of the mixed use wills read away from the back because he was going to school chamberlain so the Celtics bill Russell was six nine and it was more of a runner Carol Nolan athletic guy so they date they played small ball remember to use the pass and you talk about Nelly speaking with right all back on a regular basis that's how still Jackson told the coach all the years with the Knicks he hurt his back couldn't play and he basically became read also it's assistant coach and then you fast forward you know twenty five years died influence icy and Steve Kerr from Phil Jackson so you know all these philosophies and and different you know styles of play they all grow from somewhere else no one really comes up with their own wait a plate it's just kind of wrinkles and an evolution of of different styles of poor so I want to ask both you guys were talking to Chris Mullin joining us on the toll road current Brookshire at Tommy I want you to join in on this we have judge bushel on earlier in the week and he was on those those great bowls team the second go round for winning championships and he mentioned how rod but not at the five how you know rod was very good defender one of the greats of all time rebounding just Dynamo but having him at the five and then throwing Pippen and Harper in Jordan now to just you know mall along the perimeter layer I think U. S. that question yeah I mean that that's how they were able to do that so this is a personal question for me if Charles Barkley had been able to get out on to John Stockton it gave six of the ninety seven west finals rockets might have gone to the finals and they would have had a keen Clyde Drexler and an old but still okay Barkley going up against that great bulls team that would throw Robert out there to center and I know the rockets were old team because they hit eighty Johnson Mario Elie in their guards weren't very good but I'm curious what dream being that near the height of his powers back then with the rockets have had a chance to to get that series from them or what Jordan in just his all right it is good as those bolts both teams wore it wouldn't matter they would have got it just like the jazz got it just like Phoenix got in those other four teams that lost to yeah I I I would you know I think the the comparison to Utah's probably a good comparison cues call call alone was basically you know he would step off the block a little bit where he's played on the post like a king all his work was done down the post wanting to Charles was not at the height of his powers at that point he was definitely on on the telly his career yeah I just wanna watch the game last week rod and I we were on that play John one of my favorite no wonder underrated overlooked guys when you talk about great players of all time so but you know drug John D. Kelly twenty years the probably the first ten years which is insane it is zero three he was always you know entirely remember we played them used to tear him to score because John was so unselfish if you got to twenty you stop feeling guilty and I would stop and he could've got fifty if you want hello I would like but that play rod that that which are made that three Clark went on to the screen right a late on call and it was the you know like a second gap they would they would both our colleagues at this reminded him and swore Kerr and John was wide open so we just want a simple form of plays like they they messed up the quits hi Matt Barkley win with Clyde who was on coral he went with the baby they went to the left it must have been two or three steps to the left it was almost like he had a hole in the clouds waste they do like bro Stockton is stated hugged himself go under and go to that guy Tom if you want to sing let it go feel free let it go thank you I'll tell you what what else he was underrated Molly John Stockton was underrated dirty and I respected that from a point guard but avoid trying to get through a screen from this dude if you didn't catch an elbow or a knee you got lucky your you know it's funny and I I'd say one of the two stocks yeah along hello through though is for you last week I was watching their tourist destinations are I think he was a sophomore at Davidson and it's funny you know when you don't see a lot of a guy you think you came out of nowhere he was doing that stuff like his whole life we do now not not to the degree but I watch him get forty Arkansas governor Mike I would I don't remember that and he was doing all the same stuff that you make the sodden just have total command of the whole arena and John Stockton was like that two degree to good with John John playoff eight tried out for the eighty four in the beginning and he he was before the last car and he was then he was certain screens they're cute all the things you saw him do you have using MBA he was doing it inside it just nobody start yeah you know who else was like I'd under rated speaking of jazz basketball Jeff horn is that that guy was an underrated player he didn't look at this he didn't look like he Katie if you decide who you gonna pick just by based on looks the part been close the last player picked in every game and that guy would first you got a guy could shoot he was smart he needs said Gee up I always I always enjoyed watching him play because he was a guy that if you didn't take it seriously he is a guy who dropped forty idea no doubt and and he's the one that put the jazz over the top they what they're really really good you know it's our Griffith they have Bobby Hansen eight data really good genes but when they got a hold on a sec they made that next step to get to the finals back to back years and to whom what to better players to play for Jerry Sloan and John Stockton and you have four step forth it was a walk on and I will stay while he and he really developed into a good player well done Chris modem the only guest let Molly I always want to ask you you know just yeah I'm sure there's a lot of lot of expiring young basketball players sit on the couch right now going you know what how my gonna get my career going either high school was a college wiser they have pro aspirations but you you've had one of the most amazing careers in one of the things that I read about you did maybe even before you ever got to St John's well as a kid was was leaving Brooklyn and traveling to the Bronx going to Harlem and playing pick up games against better guys and I'm just kind of wondering if you could share with us what some of those early days were like where is it where you were you apprehensive were you nervous how did how did you get treated and and do you remember when they finally said you know what you're accepted out here obviously game recognizes game right yeah allow yeah so we talked I think last week Iraqi border Kareem Abdul Jabbar Lew Alcindor so when I was at our memorial which is a new common ads on sixty third street in Amsterdam right by Columbus circle so that point time I was traveling from Brooklyn.

"bobby hansen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"bobby hansen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"So this yeah off the trampoline we could all job of a damn trampoline we get all job she's Myers I'm trying to think when I played who the guys were I'm trying to think it would be illegal white perceiving a Boston and Utah is it does it to white teams and it's it's through Bobby Hansen was there anybody man I really then the Celtics didn't really have anybody bird wasn't a doctor McHale wasn't a dunker angel was an a Duggar Wedman wasn't a doctor in the black as long as either Fred Roberts I don't know there really is well no they were not really really did have a lot of guys that could they could dunk on that team I'm just trying to go through like a C. Portland played polo on it I can't think of anybody the clippers can't think of anybody Lakers can't think of anybody yeah hello you wanna try an exercise we tried to about ten years after it for tired we tried to put together two all star teams I maybe is longer that maybe is when I first started here we try to put the other two all star teams of white American players can do it this is what American player right now couldn't do it right now who's the best as a kid question Asian American dollars usually a two way is is everything here that citizenship in red blooded American white dude was the best of your going the best because it what American Dante DiVincenzo what.

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"bobby hansen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"bobby hansen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"That lebron James past Kobe Bryant for third all time in NBA scoring in the conversation that we've been having is lebron versus Kobe it's a natural thing because they're going to be forever linked and what I think is so fascinating is that so many people are on one side or the other this is not Braden gall I'm too much beer that's great and all but this is not bring got one of those things are like hi I take them or leave them right might be your arm ones no I I am I will be guy all I think it's a server even have this conversation I I I really do like kick the project is a fifty percent shooter for his career and has scored more points Kobe was a forty four percent shooter lebron X. as a higher three point proceeding is two percentage he doesn't more again I listen I'm not trying to preserve the moment because Kobe spectacular there's no doubt about that but there is never been a human being that is walk the face of the earth with more physical ability that lebron James in by the way he he he can do more things he Kobe is certainly better at certain things run championships but look well in in support man and if if we run a check I have a feeling he might have won a couple more titles but again that's that's hard that you can't play that game because then you know Jerry west is the greatest player of all time and why did he go well you know one for eight and NBA finals right like you can do that for for everybody in every sport and you know Dan Marino fantastic quarterback probably more physically gifted than Tom Brady didn't play for bill Belichick's we we just go down I'm not that we are going to in Reno but your point right the point is you can do that with so many different things I just Kobe is one the greatest players of all time and I got no problem with that we're we're choosing between a sixteen ounce filet medium rare and a sixteen ounce filet medium rare right like I'm in I'm taking the every time for my steak and I think it's I think it's ridiculous I just do I think you're right Tim I you know what I've been called a lot worse you've heard from us let's hear from you triple eight say ESPN eight eight eight seven two nine three seven seven six game night brought to you by Shelby power nitro plus premium gasoline engineered with four levels of defense against drunk where corrosion and friction it shall be V. power nitro plus premium gasoline Terrence in Georgia who you got lebron or Kobe yeah I know lebron lebron if you look at the guys he's played when he made them all the better where you look at it Michael at Colby they already have better guys around that little blonde lifted everybody's gave up some of that to the next level that's all I can say and when I would send appreciate the the call Terence what I would say is Jordan has his ray Allen's right like I mean he's got Bobby Hansen god bless the people of Phoenix with John Paxson he's got you know he's had Steve Kerr Michael Jordan Steve Kerr huge shop Bobby Hansen hit a shot out of the corner now obviously Michael hit the flu game Michael hit the shot on you know that the jazz the shot on the low we had its moments but I think every great player gets a little help in a big shot from somebody ray Allen I think so was on a different level Braden and I don't know if you agree or not but if ray Allen doesn't make that play if Chris bosh doesn't make the past to ray Allen to beat the spurs lebron's legacy is is forever altered now the ball went in so it's not he's got three rings but I think for those kinds of reasons Kobe Bryant's a guy what with the ball and the ball in his hands over lebron right I mean like if Malcolm Butler is in a great play the Superbowl at the one yard line Tom Brady has less championships right like I it's a team game and so you can't I think it's hard because ray Allen is certainly a better quote unquote better player right then again Steve Kerr or maybe even like Robert big shot Bob right like Robert or in all the big shots he's made actually not not only for just the rockets for for for for Kobe as well again shoot field goal percentage from the floor three point shooting points rebounds assists altered overs don't tell me every single lebron James is better but in the NBA stats don't tell the story right I mean it again lebron lost to JJ Barea okay and the Dallas Mavericks lead into what was at twenty eleven I mean it I've worked in the lose the doctor come on JJ Bray was huge and that's but that's my take Kerry with use of that series okay what will it again we're talking about the briny made history unite third all time in the NBA it now in career scoring passing Kobe let's get back to you Daniel in South Carolina who you got lebron or Kobe on ESPN radio I think lebron and I don't think it's very close I think that when you are looking at a one on one comparisons the numbers are four four we we put too much stock in championships we were comparing an individual you got it it's a team sport and you can't win championships without the team so when you're looking at one to one you gotta go abroad like you were saying and pretty much every statistical category he's yeah I would agree with that Daniel I would I would agree that it that it is it the one on one comparisons sure you can bring up stats but I I do think though in the NBA it's it's very different than Tom Brady winning winning you know it's all those championships five six ring very different right the NBA is you in four guys in those four guys are not all going to be superstars right so I do think that matters let's keep asking you Kobe or lebron we're talking about it right now on game night ESPN radio and ESPN app Tramaine in Columbus Ohio you're on ESPN radio hello I'm taking Kobe Bryant said I love it said lebron sheets forty one percent of the shock but within five feet in the bucket Kobe has better footwork better postgame better be ready gave huge better completes a lot in Quincy better than lebron the end the talk that he that lebron elevate players around him no he does it we do research on the ground in the final that he's lost they lost because he didn't show up these work better teams lebron supposed to be the best player on the floor any one of the Jason Terry out plaguing call why I'll plating Katie all playing twice in these are all the people that work better yeah and I think your point about the the championship in Cleveland who remembers the biggest shot in that series and that the clinching shot in that series what was that you remember that big shot that lebron hit to win the championship in Cleveland no I don't either because it didn't happen that was cut reserving hitting that shot on the wing right so it and I'm not saying that lebron didn't help them win a championship just hear me clearly I'm saying that the biggest moment in that in that clinching game what's what's kind and you can frame the argument in a million different ways who's the best pure shooter study close it's Kobe Bryant like it's it's obvious even though lebron has a better three point shooting percentage first career than Kobe I still think Kobe's to clear but I don't understand the argued about five feet within the basket Kobe couldn't get to within five feet two within the all the way look the way the old way no I don't let me finish the way Ron James does at six nine two eighty he just like if they if they courted each other Hobey wasn't gonna be able to guard it because that's not fair to of Kobe to have that conversation it's like that's not been walking out of the car a guard shack you can't ask that you can't do that comparison I'm paying my tab I'm out right like Kobe is Kobe got to the basket return of course say lebron's better like a lebron is better I just don't think that's an argument against lebron he was great within five to the basket like that's yes because the six nine history made in the NBA history will be made it next week in the Superbowl old school or new school are things about the change dramatically in the NFL will tell you next on ESPN radio forty forty seven degrees never fully dominating performance for the forty Niners the forty Niners he was C. Gen three yards are the best Starnes we've ever made by a long shot gentry are still liver game changing distance outstanding accuracy what I feel.

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"bobby hansen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"bobby hansen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The nation's number one team and they get their fifteenth straight victory though it was a nail biter for coach Scott drew I said a quick prayer and it was answered and glad we got the rebound because second half we don't get many of men not really credit the Oklahoma coach progress that they really battle second half the night normally are calling garters were ordered we do a great job on the glass and they took it to us so we giving congrats on the wind and the number one ranking what I really like to know because I see number why and earth would anybody want to be number one yeah I was thinking that when the ball was in the air by the way but it's fun it is it's a great day recognition for not only our players but for fans and everyone that supported us and again we all know in college basketball the parity so there is no dominant team every team is capable winning and this is just another typical might in the big twelve ended most conferences and that's why people of college basketball that's why coaches lose their hair and but anyway I'll sleep okay tonight thank goodness that mystery yeah it's holding up pretty well up top here all right you get some pretty good coverage all we know this is the second time you've been number one it was a couple years ago do you take anything from that experience you can share with us your ball club well I I definitely the first time we're number one I mean that it is the excitement and enthusiasm and probably as a as a coaching staff and and starting with may I probably didn't do a good enough job well prepared our guys for what what the the struggles of what we were going to face just trying to make sure they lock in and it does become a distraction and I think god blessed us we've been not number one twice now within what three years and I think this time we're a lot more focused I really credit the Oklahoma tonight I mean we got to make free throws at the end any team that done make free throws at the end you put yourself in jeopardy to lose like we did but they really battle that I got the utmost respect for Coachella Krueger sixty no one is great ranking is really nice but I know conference championship would be better what would it mean to win that Lee well that's that's the other thing is I think what we're right number one the last time we were really excited about that this time we have bigger goals and we all understand each and every night in the big twelve can be a dry probably one or two position game and but at the end of the day that's we want to finish number one and there's there's a bunch of schools that have that same goal and that's why as coaches every day try to work with our guys because one of us can enjoy a bailar first time they started six in in conference play since nineteen forty eight when they were in the Southwest Conference sports center all night ESPN radio Super Bowl was sad San Francisco Kansas city I mean there are Rogers in the Packers are denied another Super Bowl spot here's a snap to Rogers steps looks deep down the middle going for secondary near the San Francisco six yard line no general WTMJ in Wisconsin after the game Roger saying it's disappointing when you realize that he does have the same number of years ahead of him as he does behind him Rogers saying nobody believes the team's window for chasing a championship is still wide open earlier on get up I think what he was saying there was the risk free found fulfillment and football again I think towards the end of his relationship there with McCarthy I think he McCarthy had something special in Green Bay and I think they kind of got still with each other that can happen after a decade or so relationship in any sort of fashion let alone professional I think what happened this year with a Green Bay Packers they won a lot of games ugly I think they re told that defense I think they're Rogers made plays only had to make plays I think Karen Jones had a heck of a year but for me I think going into the offseason I think what Aaron Rodgers uses in December he said he can see the eighteenth hole we only have a couple years left if they can re tool that can get a couple more weapons I think Aaron is very excited to get back into this thing even though yesterday was a steamroller ran into a buzz saw I think the Packers are in good hands for the next couple years at least I mean that windows closed he only has a year to to try to close the deal because everybody around him is getting better everybody else's had the young cheap quarterback you still have the same is there to have a tough division they have to go through and we have set may have seen the last this may be the better his best last chance to kind of wind because we know that next year's have circles going to come of age even more in all these young guys only get more experience you notice that Seattle still there they're going to get better this may be the last and we've seen a man arrives and sorry to say that windows are always a part of the conversation like we get it he's he's been a part of windows for fifteen years he's been a part of the division for fifteen years everyone is gonna barrier arrives and everyone is gonna say Aaron Rodgers is never going to be back to this and that ask yourself this if you put Aaron Rodgers on the chiefs when you guys want to talk about how good of a very little to do that let me finish with cheese on a taco you talk about how good the chiefs are very Rogers on the chiefs are they probably in the Superbowl this is on San Francisco Art Institute yeah if you they have to draft better which they have drafted one really good skill players since twenty fourteen device Adams Jones trending that way so you got a draft better and they put all their free agent money into defense so as long as you give him some pieces I'll say it again don't don't greatness because your Rogers is the same guy we had the conversation about twelve years ago is one of the greatest of all time and also when you take talented people inconsistency verse in capability all right I got to reshape bowl falling Akers were certainly dominated on Sunday in fact they saw two lopsided games against the Niners this season they lost by twenty nine in November and by seventeen on Sunday you can make a case that neither final score was indicative of the game itself it's Tuesday January twenty first birthday of Gina Davis Bobby Hansen from a league of their own is now sixty four gold can we go next I'm Jim Ronald back tomorrow is for general.

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"bobby hansen" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"bobby hansen" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Hundred and fifty police and fire fighter pensions gonna conducts consolidate them into two statewide funds this was something that was pushed by Pritzker and went to the Senate and the house put picked it up and they passive so this essentially is a huge relief for some of the townships in Chicago and the Chicago where in the northern and southern suburbs that because of the pensions the overwhelming pensions other municipalities and police and fire they've been able of they've been just taxing taxing taxing property taxes and and making it almost impossible untenable for people to live in those communities so this is a big step forward because this will consolidate those pensions put him into two statewide funds and could spell some relief for those towns taxpayers that's good see how the kind of place out but that's the that was a big thing and it got done the veto session here we're talk more about that we'll talk with heather Sharon coming up in the seven thirty segment bear Lightfoot says that uber his trying to pay off black ministers in Chicago to win their support to oppose the big ride Cher tax she's pushing that's that's supers move I don't know I if the grease the palms of the ministers it seems so eighties right every time there's an election they talk about that and they all you know Bruce rounders again with the black ministers all Willie Wilson got to black ministers and rarely do I ever see the African American church in Chicago have as much clout as some of the power brokers think they do and the other thing which is weird about this story is that there's no event should do this nascent there's no evidence there's no this is a something that she brought up in a press conference who really isn't anything the minister's haven't said anything he came out of the first times you heard of it was from mayor like for talking about so she pulled kind of a played a page from the playbook of the president where without proof start filling in error see how that kind of plays out but the you know I I don't put it past uber they don't want this ride Cher tax and they've already been on the record saying that this is going to have a negative impact on poor communities communities of color south and west sides of Chicago because as we know transportation opportunities in some of those communities are much less than some of the other communities in Chicago cabs don't go to some of those areas in Hoover has been arrested for some people who need just basic transportation so they're they're pushing uber's pushing the idea that they're going to in our church poor communities in Chicago and but but the mayor's office is push back on that saying here's the actual date and numbers it's not gonna hurt but the idea that they are putting or they best sensually bribing black ministers of the this is the first we've heard of it and it came from the mayor's mouth so find out if that's actually true and pay attention that story coming up here this week a new report from the CDC says that one person dies from a super bug infection every fifteen minutes fifteen minutes in this country someone is dying from a drug resistant superbugs this is an issue that you see all the time in the local news is it is super bugs killing you and it's tailor made for but this is obvious every fifteen minutes that's a I mean that's going to be the second third story on the on local news tonight no doubt about it but that's a that's a new study that's out from CDC and it's it's alarming because that that of those are drug resistant bugs essentially things that we used to be able to control the antibiotics that aren't controlled anymore that even the miracle antibiotics that we have on hand are not attacking and winning the fight with some of these drug resistant super anti are super bugs that's the alarming and something that I think you know we should probably pay more more tense because we're not talking about exotic diseases like Ebola there are every fifteen minutes to talk about people who think they have no food poisoning or the flu or something it just continues and they get admitted to the hospital there's nothing to do about take the red line home every night at eleven o'clock and if I feel I'm a minute away from a super bug at any moment that is true absolutely true the national story about three cows you see the story three cows in North Carolina actually they thought now hurricane Dorian came through there was a couple of months ago two months ago when was hurricane Dorian this feels like a month ago maybe but the idea that three cows were thought to be washed to to see actually survived they swam to the Outer Banks in North Carolina three cows in accounts could swim I know they could tip because I'm from wonder lake I know you can take a cow I think we need to get or in online I do not know the cows are good swimmers specially ocean swimmers my time to get the signs of like no wake if you're not a good swimmer if you're not a a really good experience swimmer stay on the lake or the ocean this house didn't seem to care about that signed jump right in maybe they were a clot accounts and I have no idea but how about that they survived and the downside is that they will probably be slaughtered for meat at some point but congrats for surviving her came and start there Disney plus putting out warnings and some of their old films warn viewers at the film's contain outdated cultural depictions I can tell you that I don't know what the I saw this article there was some controversy to it the concept of a the real Disney did not respond to common I'm like I I don't know is anyone really have a problem with flashing up and may you know may I add leading the trance sexual situations cultural it'll be that'd be like mature audiences TV fourteen sexual situations adult language cultural depictions this is gonna be alright I'm okay with that doesn't mean I'm not gonna watch American horror story yeah locally got talk sports Kobe what last night I I made a mistake at the end the program last night I said that his seven three pointers was a record for the game no that was the fourth quarter he put seven three pointers up in the fourth quarter last night franchise record to have a franchise record in twenty nineteen when you think about all the put the judge Bushire played on this thing Bobby Hansen was chucking up threes Craig Hodges Kobe white nice job kid take that seven threes in the fourth quarter keep doing that Jane to die there for sure and the little white Sox news recon the GM told reporters today that Jake Berger J. burger was a first round pick two years ago twenty seventeen I think he hurt his knee in any he blew out his Achilles heel his Achilles is not fully healed he was supposed to be was on track to play this fall he has not played yet in their questions about whether or not he would be ready prepared and ready to contribute for any sort of spring training activity with the white Sox all of Twitter six Twitter calling HIM baseball's Kevin white not not good when you're talking I think it was the eighth overall in twenty seventeen so it doesn't look or some bad luck for the kid hopefully he gets back on track and we get CJ burger on the on a on a in a white Sox uniform it then she rates sometime soon all right so doesn't take aways from today's news we got have the Sharon coming up I left some of the Springfield stuff off so we could talk to her about it and she's coming up right after the seventh or news to stay with us this holiday don't.

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"bobby hansen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:53 min | 3 years ago

"bobby hansen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You know we did move when Williams our actions told you what we think of Leonard Williams we were offered a three and a five for Leonard Williams and we said okay and we moved on from him we were offered a number one draft choice for you and did trade you what more are they wrapping our arms around you do you need we're not even allowed to take a telephone call about you if another general manager calls up and says I'm gonna give you the Herschel Walker trade I'm gonna give you the you know the mortgage my next two drafts because that's how badly I need Jamal Adams I'm gonna give you two ones to to lose in a three because he's the missing piece to our Superbowl puzzle that's how important I think he is I can't take that phone call out of fear that I might offend you but I'm not doing my job so again a bunch crossing from all items it's on two things welcome to pro sports and we didn't move you and that in and of itself should tell you all you need to know it's got a couple calls in a triple a say ESPN triple eight seven two nine three seven seven six publishers in in for Stephen I all that was the straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless everything for less only at Walmart just Mendoza at the bottom of the hour so we'll talk World Series with her but let's talk to was an old rich joins us for not sorry Justin that Justin Tom's river in Jersey once talk here are not usually already what's up just a Hey Bob thank you for taking my call I totally agree with you on your point you know but I have to say that the way they handled the whole tree situation which mall Adams I mean detective I think you're just about running for a long time why what how did they handle it that was that where it was poorly handled okay yes I understand you have to take the call you only have to can't recall but it's it's the fact that you know you know the media is going to get that out there right along with Lana del were you keeping constructs everything gets out okay it's the south with the counter offer on Walters with the cowboys and the rate I my opinion to gonna it might thank you for exactly what you want in order to gain a let me let me hang on but before you say he's not tradable let me ask you this now he plays safety safety is not a position that traditionally is looked upon as being you know I mean if you're going to come up with a positional depth chart it's probably fourth fifth or sixth someone in there in terms of importance although with the athleticism of today's tight ends it's become more and more important as the years have gone on but putting all of that aside if I'm on the phone with Dallas and Dallas says we'll give you a one and you say not that's not enough it's going to take to one's in a two I'm not allowed to say that I'm not allowed to make a counter offer I'm not allowed to have a conversation but I also feel it initiated walk I mean you went back and forth listen to what they have to say I said they didn't you're you're you're you're choosing the mouse lying because they said they did not initiate talks what they did was take phone calls that's all they did alright it definitely had a put feelers out there they had they had they had to live as an organization put feelers out there for you why what what what do you feel is out there you're you're saying that they sent some kind of a covert message out to other teams the Jamal Adams might be available why wouldn't they if they want to trade him just do what they did Leonard Williams and call around to other teams and see who was willing to give them the best price a price former you know price for minimal I see your point that I I just really put deals out there has also been described below they were trying to do what he was all offered in the open market I just look at the at the business you would do that and they said they didn't do that I'm just said they didn't do that and most of the reporting is that they didn't do that but most of the guys to cover the team have come back and said something akin to you know I've checked around and it doesn't sound like the jets were actively shopping Jamal Adams but if someone called they listen to what they had to say now is that not the textbook definition of what a general manager supposed to do I agree with you but also to be more broadly understood why would they I understand and all of these receivers but at this point what do you have time to sort of all the porn up to go down to Bobby Hansen anyways I would it took the fourth rounder and it's not just going to give them as you know the kind of horrible downfield ahead to make and you don't want the talents why would you take even a fourth round pick well that's obviously a thanks for the call that's obviously a completely separate argument I believe that you need to have some skill guys there for your young quarterback so he's got a chance to play a chance to develop and a chance to make progress and you can't make that progress unless you've got some guys to throw the ball to but I think they also put a price on Robbie Henderson when I think about a price all the guys I'm sure that the only names that were brought up with the jets in terms of big guys that potentially could be moved were it was Jamal Adams I mean did they now on apology and a heart to heart conversation with every single guy that they had a conversation with every other team about which to me in the big picture is welcome to pro sports this is how it works count up the number of guys that played a whole careers now in one uniform right the forty Niners basically told Joe Montana to go away at the end of his career the best safety is if you want to use them as an example the best safety is the history of the sport two of them played for the jets Ronnie Lott in ed reed late in their careers both played for the jets and played on several other teams one one up their entire career in one uniform so to me unless you are really V. completely irreplaceable franchise quarterback if your team is one of five one six struggling accumulating draft choices is every bit as viable strategy as trying to project forward what a star on your team currently may be two or three years down the line it's not like it's completely black and white cut and dry you have to go one way or the other that's why to me the definition of the job of the general manager there is to take the call and to listen to what other teams have to say because of all of a sudden you get a call from the general manager where they give you twice what you were expecting to ever be possibly offered for a guy it is malpractice to not listen to that offer and then figure out what's best for your organization that's the job description yes ma'am does is coming up triple eight say ESPN is the telephone number we'll talk baseball jazz more of your calls Ryan Clark will join us the top of the.

"bobby hansen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

10:44 min | 3 years ago

"bobby hansen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty well I guess this studio is the state treasure the Commonwealth of Massachusetts who I have known for actually known her husband longer than I've known her Dave Goldberg so be talking about is a big event starts this weekend is the a BM because I'm so young it used to be called abandoned property what is the unclaimed property auction and as the treasures explained people who have safe deposit boxes if they do not visit those safe deposit boxes and they appear to be abandoned the property then is cheats to the state and the state will attempt to find the original owners the actual owners but there's a significant number of items that every is it every year every two years every year every year and so it is this weekend and they can get information I'm assuming at the state treasures well actually they'll be a link to the option on the fine mass money dot com website they'll be a hyperlink to the E. be set eBay sale at noon time this coming Saturday that's what it opens that's when it out and I think you told me that there's a there's a groups of of light and the released okay so so I'm going to ask you what I'm interested in of course and that is baseball cards deified ever find any old good baseball cards so this year we absolutely had baseball cards I will share with you that two years ago there was an old red Sox banner that if I could have bought it for the shaman and you heard me mention him earlier I would have absolutely it was from the nineteen forties it was amazing and unbelievable can pristine condition but this year we have a a Wade Boggs card the one that really struck a few people was Roger Clemens in his rookie year that's what that's always the key if you get a rookie card if if if if if it's not a rookie card I mean on on a play like Clemens is going to be a high price the next year might be a better picture might might have that that was yeah what is the second years all right the right the original the rookie card though I know that and there was also a Hank Aaron commemorative card which kind of struck me I yeah what again I remember when he broke the record sure you know we have the home run off of a no you probably don't I doubt L. downing lefty for the Dodgers you don't do you know who caught the ball in the bullpen who cut the Buckeye named Tom house who became a relief pitcher for the red Sox actually had literally pitch for the red Sox that's good to know and and I will jot that down and I know who was present for that historic moment yeah the that that then governor of the state of Georgia James Earl Carter and about a year or so later Jimmy Carter and about a year or so later I sat at your desk and spent an hour with said James Earl Carter who was then the still the governor in September of nineteen seventy five who was running for president and was a decimal point in the polls and he wanted desperately to meet your predecessor Bob Robert Winton crane and Bob crane employed be that day said under no circumstance why once a moment with the governor of Georgia who's running for president she's all yours and so great still but it hours later while sitting at your desk in the chair we're you would be sitting and treasure crane walk through the door looked at me and made a gesture which I'm going to I can't repeat on the air but basically I waved it off and I simply turned to him and and I said governor look who's here so grain spent about two minutes with Carter I think our no he wasn't in the mood to sing to him that day every should which shows a red anyway walked him out here and around his shoulders told about governor yeah yeah god might you have I'm with you all the way clap in and everything Carter was thrilled that was his one endorsement he got that day on the next day card to send him a beautiful hand written letter which I gave to crane above crane and he said Hey you take that I gave it back to Bob crane the on January twentieth nineteen seventy seven when Jimmy Carter was inaugurated wow Jimmy Carter so that's that so you mention Hank Aaron we go right okay and the other thing I want to tell you about Hank Aaron is there was a guy who went to school with your husband and me named Bobby Hansen from East Boston was a great baseball player Latin school played for the Milwaukee Brewers actually made it to the major leagues plated UMass was an all American at UMass best hitter ever saw in high school Bobby made it to the Milwaukee Brewers and was sort of the designated hitter and there was this player from Atlanta who had played in Milwaukee for most of his career and he wanted to finish his career in Milwaukee so he went from the Atlanta Braves that's a hint to the Milwaukee Brewers for sort of the curtain call of his career his name is Hank Aaron yeah it's good so Alice hello Bobby hits it ended up back in the minor leagues because of Hank Aaron what would you like a lot to do with unclaimed property will tell pretty well first of all you have your UConn bid on out and I'm gonna tell you two years ago that you would have sworn that this diamond and sapphire Victorian bracelet was made for my rest and I still can't get it out of my head but this year by the way I went on your wrist either out of your head or and the sale by the way does go through till December and it goes the first one Hundred lots will be come out on this Saturday how it so there were two things I want people to look for one is this with these gorgeous debt to diamond rings that are identical to each other they look like matching engagement rings and the center cut stone which is around is three point nine carats now they're not brilliant cut they are V. twos they are mine cut diamonds but I put both of them on my finger and we were all joking but amazing diamond earrings say which may sell that is a that is highly unusual and in fact I was meeting with the governor later in the day and we brought the case up so I could show him the diamonds he said I one of his sons got married but the other one hasn't yet I said you do have a wife and you are allowed to bed even though I'm not but we were joking about that the other really fascinating item at the opposite extreme was a is a commemorative spoon from nineteen forty seven it's actually engraved with the name Geraldine on the back and it says nineteen forty seven we put it out it's three dollars at the very top is there is a Boston baked bean pot just below that is an engraving of Paul Revere on his horse and just below that is the old north church the standard is the Bunker Hill monument on the CPO on this phone and in the Cup of this phone is in ink ace AEG engraving of the state house and I and I showed every single person who came in this spoon and if there was anything that I would have wanted from this no we put it out at three dollars you mean the thank you the bidding will begin at three dollars okay but it's that that's going to end up a lot more than three dollars but we put it out for what it's worth and it's not it's worth it's not so it stops it's not like it's you know I understand you're not okay got that and maybe I'm the only person in the whole world who would think it's a great thing to death so you don't know but to me it was absolutely fascinating historical interesting your meant a lot to me all the symbols of our status it is settled is that also that this some some old money silver certificates there were actually if you look at the case you thought it was just yes someone from for example encore just spreading money I'm on the table and it turns out they're all silver certificates and so silver certificates are worth somewhat more than their face value but their unusual and they're old and so for people who collect money they do purchase these resolutely so there's a wide variety of things that people kept we had one table full of from an entire family of silver flatware sterling silver frames and the like and I it has their initials on it so as it travels around the state is so I was hitting the wrong thing here go read a lot of background noise lebron Greta okay and so as we travel around the state maybe someone will recognize the initials and there are old photographs right inside okay so it's conceivable that that that will be returning okay listed as I want to break a little early because you got four lines and I know people want to talk to you so we'll get to the phone calls but I'm not I'm interested I'm intrigued by the unclaimed property auction find mass money dot com a hyperlink it would try to get some folks to a to be fed yep you got some heat will want what what do you normally raise how much do you normally raise in Rev par called the Kamel to on this auction is to raise around a hundred and seventy five thousand dollars well okay they've raised over the years of doing this two point two point eight million okay but a hundred seventy five thousand dollars for all of these opportunities I mean it sounds to me like sometime by the way it goes straight into the general no I get that but sometimes you see these these high end auctions at Christie's and the the painting sold for seventeen million dollars don't have so you can actually contribute to the to the Commonwealth and perhaps get something that would have some value to you a curio a Roger Clemens baseball card or who knows a diamond ring that's that's it we'll be back six one seven springs two five four two eight thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty side with Dan.

"bobby hansen" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

12:31 min | 3 years ago

"bobby hansen" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Three years Colleen NBA games twenty eight of those for the Chicago Bulls and it is Neil funk and he joins us now Dale I love you and I'm gonna miss you I gotta tell ya that gets me excited hearing you well I appreciate that very much but I'm not going away quite yeah but the end of the year at the end of the year so this is going to be your swan song are you looking forward to it or is it going to be a rough year for you well I I I don't think it'll be necessary a rough year but I I'm sure I have some mixed emotions as we as we go to see that it gets closer to hand them at the beginning so I'm kinda looking forward to the season take me back through the high highs and low lows I mean when you look back at your career of course the highs would be the Jordan era what what what would be the number one moment you started after the first championship right so you started you started in ninety two would it have been the ninety two championship what would be the biggest high well I Amy that whole era was you know really incredible just the fact that the bulls would do something that is so difficult to do which was three P. twice and as so I eat you know I mean I all the years have been good even when the team has not that has not been that good I mean the the bulls brand is so big I'm not only in the U. S. but they all around the world so my I have a good time doing a mall whether we're winning or losing I mean game six with Bobby Hansen coming off the bench in ninety two I mean it either I mean there were so many you know people say well what was though the one moment and there were so many including the year that that Michael what to play baseball and right and single handedly about them get all the Eastern Conference finals against New York and if not for questionable call by you our ones they they probably would have retired with Dan Russell out Michael I gotta tell you bill there were there were there were so many great all much I was going to you too yesterday because I wanted something that just you know so it was Neil funk and I got caught in the YouTube listening to your voice and watching the highlights I mean the nineties did you know at the time because I tried to explain to my son every night people would record games or they'd watch games all the bars were filled in Chicago because you never knew what number twenty three was gonna do yeah that was a you know I I that's another thing that we you know why why talk about the bulls that the bad here are what Michael once about a year and then everybody else you knew every night you were going to see some you haven't seen before so it was it was an incredible incredible time in Chicago and it was an incredible time for the NBA right definitely cell I I I try to explain to people the bulls in the next was a war every time they got on the floor in the nineties I hated the Knicks I hated everything about it but I loved watching those games I mean what we're yeah yeah Hey I would yeah I was just gonna say they were sorry you know that was and you're a war you know they talk about why will resume and so forth I don't know that because of the way the game is played today but there're are nearly as many you know what I've always and you mentioned the Knicks and the bulls and the customs and the bulls and the Lakers so they're still alive will read everywhere during that era we're talking a Neil funk who's gonna pack it up after this season with the Chicago Bulls the ninety six team Dennis Rodman had a Billboard on the mural building at North Avenue in the Kennedy and people would stop their cars in take pictures the ninety six bulls with Chad at the time the best record in the history of the NBA and they were on such a path the only lost ten games that season but it was like the Beatles everywhere they went or everything they did people were all over yeah my is in my view anyway that was already you know I I guess you can you can argue about the history of the NBA but in my view anyway that was the greatest team that I was ever around I mean they were they had everything including as you mentioned there following even when they weren't lying I mean it was like traveling with the Beatles or Elvis or whatever I mean they were they were known everywhere not just in the United States but I mean everywhere right I was just that I I remarkable remarkable achievement you know you mentioned that they they lost the ten games I mean it probably could have been a little bit better than that eighty eight losses are saying and but do you know any there the one thing that's a incredible V. as that as good as that regular season was they were able to going to the playoffs and and you know complete the mission which was to to win the title and that's what's so really really hard to do there was no doubt in my mind that they would go into Seattle in ninety six in when no doubt well you you know it I think they were obviously the best team in the league but to keep that kind of momentum after you have that kind of a regular season on Michael state saw that right that is just you know you got to keep your eyes on the prize and the price for them for the bulls wasn't there so much record you during a regular season that happened of course but the the the real prize is the l'oreal Brian troll the young they were able to do that the other remarkable thing about those those Phil Jackson teams was that I won it three times in a row and then to do that Weiss there's a unbelievable I mean to when one is something and then you have to have to try to repeat and then to try to do it a third time is incredible we're talking with Neil Young the voice of the the bulls we had some down years after ninety eight and then the bulls drafted the rose did you see once we got DeRosa you think yourself okay we're gonna go on another run this is going to happen well I said I think you know when they when they drafted Derek I mean everybody knew he was a really really good player in high school and college and how that translates into the NBA is sometimes problematic but he he was so good and in all ways if not for the injuries I think the bulls had a had a chance because you know now you're building around the real superstar and that's what Derek was when he was healthy do you build around him and and you've got a chance the at all to get back into the winner's circle were down so when I was unfortunate that that that they had those injuries and they're always unfortunate for Derek fortunately stromal Egan still plan I level where did your signature kaboom come from I actually that started when I was doing you receive only games way back and wow in the seventies NYC weather spoon and I mean they I don't know it just it happened one night I just hi I'm mostly centered on a Weatherspoon player something that's the fact of the day one owner was really good and they had a lot of talent and so it did yeah I don't know just came out one night I kind of stuck with it for awhile how is Stacey king doing you guys talk in the off season yeah a little bit yeah you know not a lot that's one thing about Stacy and I you know we should down it's like we've been together all summer which will be due on Monday night yeah we we we talked and he's he's doing great man he's been a wonderful wonderful part you know what for the years that I've been doing television here I mean they talk about people that you work with it's kind of a marriage but I feel like you to know how to get each other going you to know when to talk when not to talk I mean it's it's been such a great partnership in the way that he gets worked up on television I just love it he's a he's a first of all you're really knowledgeable NBA guy I haven't played the game and and played at a high level you know being part of three championship teams so we obviously knows the game his enthusiasm for the bulls is Balboa see these he's up every night whether world they are all winning or losing or whatever he find something in the in any kind of a game or hurts well played game or not so well played game right find something that you know and can be entertaining I feel like we have something that we can get excited about this year with the bulls if we stay healthy we have our first round draft pick a kid that his name it's scapes me I can see is hair right now Neil help me with this we white Kobe white that it would you argue the greatest Afro in the history of the bulls next to artists Gilmore yeah yeah I mean you go back in the day there were a lot of there are a lot of good apples around the league all I have at work Miley still want that might add right yeah I think he I think he's going to be a really good player you know obviously Yang and this is a young fellow young bulls game I mean I know we've been saying that the last few years but I still back there the second or third youngest team in our then only you know what the veterans that they added but I'm excited to get this started I I you get the nail on the head you got to stay healthy yeah and its key in this way you you saw it as the playoffs wore on last year you gotta be healthy to to make a live German Ron but I I think they added to you know John Paxson gar Forman sure the job in the offseason adding pieces that that that allowed people say well you know they they're gone and sat around ski from Wall Street journal and paddy Sean the nice thing about them is it's easy for a while these players will help in the locker room mate then they're down that they've been all playoff teams but the key for that for the most two guys in particular is that they can still really quite a high level yeah and I think fans are going to be really happy with them and then obviously at the end of last year they they added out of order idle poor junior so who who also contain a really high level so they've got some veteran guys who've been around I have been on winning teams and can still play and I think that's the that's the key Neil you are the absolute best I wish you the best luck you've always been gracious enough to come on the show and we sincerely appreciate it I will be watching most of the games this season just to see what happens especially to hear from you too LOC Alicea how Stacy treats me you're right yeah that that'll be worth the price of admission right there you're the best Neil funk thanks Neal congratulations thank you thank you thanks so much all right that is Neil funk I mean that guy is a legend he really is just the absolute best this month is breast cancer awareness month we have a doctor from northwestern coming in studio in just a second time for news it's sponsored by permissible basement systems at two thirty here's Pam a forty year old driver.

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"bobby hansen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:02 min | 3 years ago

"bobby hansen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Play by play voice in a big game for the hot guys in Ann Arbor against the Michigan Wolverines on Saturday I think it should be an awesome game Gerry get Abby on the bench. good to be with you the best time of the year to get the Major League playoffs so just it's hard to appear on the hockey scores and of course sure. you were at the conference portion of the schedule for a car college football and doing a better in the big ten specially in October November the winds are blowing the temperatures drop and you better be able to run the football natural I'm fired up about Saturday's game of that July because last week they were wrapped up like three hundred fifty yards on like fifty plus Kerry's I know they were playing middle Tennessee I know they had a huge you know size advantage in a game but you guys you played I'm so did Michigan and you guys both pop don't need both put up forty plus against them but I love to watch and I was running game actually watch the game in ages ran it down their throats. they've got a for the first month of the season they haven't you know they've they've played I was state which is a quality opponent is you know they they played some good teams shut Rucker's Miami of Ohio on opening weekend last week the consistency has been that the Palin sure you mention the run the rushing attack that averaged over two hundred yards rushing in a cut and you know Stanley is a third year starting quarterback a senior he's been spectacular a touchdown throws no interceptions and and I think that's been the key is the balance in the offense was led to ten twelve minutes more in clock position each game now granted Michigan is is a different Cup of tea but this is a very confident I will football team heading to Ann Arbor on Saturday for for the reasons you just mentioned other plan well on offense the defense has been solid if not spectacular and I think they'll turn it up a notch or two starting the this every morning they've got so many contributions torrent young you know I I thought it was impressive Smith more sad I had a big touchdown run sergeant was pounding the ball I mean are given a different guys to produce for me it really is impressive when you spread it around like that we're much more multi dimensional on offense should this should this is without question the deepest most talented receiving corps isn't it ironic that they lose two tight ends in the first round last spring and then there's the rebuilding their that's a given but they've got four five receivers that of all I've had terrific games in the non conference of mayors with Marcia it is you mention the kid on a new Jersey's he's been tremendous but Brandon Smith on the other side is their big target they've got kid named Nicole regaining from New England whose or punt returners got great speed they've got another kid in Oliver Martin you transferred in ironically from Michigan are you still learning the offense get out of. the Annapolis Tyrone Tracy has been a terrific especially the last couple weeks this is without question the deepest receiving corps terms of talent the cur currency said in his twenty one years and and ensure their their complete package on offense given the rushing attack as always been solid now the receiving corps stepped up and defensively they've been they've been steady and now they they need to play better starting Saturday but everybody does in the picture I died Gary dolphin the legendary voice of the Hawkeyes with as I Brandon Smith that thing's been playing really well I got the kit buyer the big tight and that they do he catches it I like him stumbling around and bang and I mean there's so many different options tell me about that defense Gary as you go to and are we going to have to deal with the Wolverines ache in school are and I think everyone wrote a loss after they look so poor and losing you know big and going on a road and and you know I started taking all the abuse but I think that you know they can still score you got to deal with them tell me about the hot guys do you get going into this game. all things for all first of Michigan you know everybody has a bad day at the office and they had a horrible one in Madison but you know what I've been to camp Randall many times it's hard to go in there and win now I'm sure Michigan wasn't expecting that kind of result or the way it laid out but I think we saw the truer Michigan team last week against Rutgers and I also think Wisconsin is that they're they're terrific they're the team to beat the west in the lockers are up to the challenge in my opinion we'll find out here in a couple weeks up in Madison as for the eye with the French HA up on us whose everybody's preseason all America pick a defensive and he's been double team consistently they'll even ship them with the running back and and the other guys on that line have started to step up as the season has worn on it in the they're going to have to have that chance Egleston said Rick Latimore two kids out of Detroit the really flashed in the outback bowl new year's day and and they need to they need to be better and they will be better not dating on Nixon I like him he he he had seven tackles last week two and a half for loss of the shack Alabama for him in the spring and thankfully he kept his command with the Iowa come other junior college you'll be huge on Saturday no question but I think AJ's ready to just step up the nose the spotlight's going to be on an epic ness is that good you'll you'll see that base for three D. French the you know other beat up on the secondary I always get a lot of injuries in the secondary kids they were counting on this year so until they get back here in the next week or two you're going to see that base for three defense get aftershave Patterson and hopefully force minister the stage I think you know it really is amazing the run that Aaron's has been on there he's like god date these got like Gary dolphin type numbers I mean twenty three years I me the rotten to you two guys are on is just you can't even make this stuff up. to be along side of Amer least up in the press box colonus games with ease as class your coach is a is a a good coach and and he's been consistent he doesn't compromises values he doesn't promise these young guys anything when they come here each tells them you know we're going to build you from the strength and conditioning perspective we're gonna put you in a good position position to to be successful each and every week you're gonna get your degree when you leave Iowa and you're going to be successful in your life whether it should be in football beyond college or or running corporation and and just buy into it manage work for Kirk and you know the other component there it is she's one of two coaches in the last forty years you know the other one was hating fry and he's the one who really turned it around for awhile in the late seventies but they only had two or three athletic directors in two or three head coaches and you know there's something to be said about stability and consistency in the right way absolutely the continuity editing is a difference I have that as yet at the I just think it's fascinating that you when you are like a banking executives you were like calling the games and then so how was it cool was a cool and everyone came into the bank and they like I mean like did it help you close deals because everyone was like sucking up to you know when I came into the bank because your voice at all I'll be using that leverage Gary because you had it all down here like the voice of god and then you're everybody's favorite banker given out loans people come in and I don't even know whether they remember their checking book I mean honestly Gary. so you think that was fascinating I will tell you it's a it's a little easier to knock on doors and get a first visit from the prospect of a customer or a potential customer if you tell me the voice of the Hawkeyes in the state of Iowa they look at you can do for you but yeah that that that that's been a fun double career for me and you know I think working in in the corporate world this may be a better broadcaster because there are things going on out there is you know other than than college football games are college basketball games every day but I will tell you it's a nice alternative to when I get done at five o'clock for all slow listen you are great and do and by us and you know I love both immensely but I play basketball everyday of my life I'm fifty four and I still play seven days a week and I literally I'm obsessed with the game like to the point where I put down a golf clubs I just play basketball it's all I do and I still have game how much do you enjoy late literally calling the basketball games compared to the football already I know you love them both but does the basketball get you're going or is it more the football field you know I've been answered a thousand times and in their search the the different they're they're just they're such opposites it's great to have twenty seconds in between plays football but get your brother to turn it over to the greatest total lack and then let the former Kansas City Chiefs hall of Famer tell you why what happened just happened and then a basketball with Bobby Hansen well I know you know from is days with the bulls and and Utah it's it's more back and forth it's it's more of a of runs in the blood pressure's going a little a little higher and and you know the blood flow a little faster the heartbeats racing racing especially in the big ten and just at our basketball media day was yesterday and Tonya between Michigan state of Maryland one through that that that's quite the punch counter punch and and and then there's everybody else trying to claw their way into the first division of the big ten it's going to be a phenomenal winter but we got plenty of football to decide your first you know how do you like that does iconix it. into stadiums like I grew up go and it you now Michigan my mom and dad both went to Michigan I was conceived there unfortunately but I you know I was never a big guy a Michigan man but I did like watching Rick leach play quarterback when I was a kid they almost tried to brainwash me and you know I went to Indiana and we don't even have a football program but I was there when Bob knight won national championships in eighty seven so that was good enough for me I'm still catching receipts on that but how do you like going to that iconic stadiums like Ann Arbor and then it like assembly hall and carver hot guy you do every night and you know Columbus and they're just so many great institutions and to call games and it would just get me like hot and bothered I'd be all ladder up calling games in those stadiums are so awesome yeah there there isn't much I can add to what you just said I mean there's there's nothing better a better than called again the carver Hawkeye arena such a unique designed arena that you know lute Olson built when he had to go on back in the seventies and eighties and I was city with that said when when you go to value city arena or I still call the Chrysler Breslin center Madison the call center the old barn in Minneapolis Nebraska's got to go on a pinnacle bank arena there are there are so many great venues and and it's it's it's not so much it it is it is all about it's a lot about the arena's but it's more about the fans you got what you know there is you know.

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"bobby hansen" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"bobby hansen" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"I. Music came from a guy named Norman greet Norman Greenbaum legend very one hit wonder. All right. Mike. One of our listeners named George Sand's Georgia tweet tweet tweet with him all the time. All right. Has dug up. The game where you made your one three points in your NBA career. Now what year do you think it happened? Guess the date nineteen eighty five I would say February thirteenth K you're off by more than a year. It was December twenty ninth nineteen eighty six oh plow gonna do who you were playing four to December in nineteen Eighty-six, the Spurs, you're playing for the Spurs. You're right. It was a game in Utah new it. Do you remember if you wanna lost the game, we lost sight? Record. God one. Oh, nine to one. Oh, one drop your record. Two seven and twenty two. Now eleven guys played in that game for your team including you, you did not start. You came out the bail. How many guys can you name on that scene in koneohe team? All right. Johnny moore. Alan robertson. Johnny Moore's wrong. He did not play joining. Okay. Well, I knew us on the team. So Roberson did plow. Robertson me artists. Gil more, Mike Mitchell. David Greenwood two guys that you started. You've named three of the starting right, Gail know Mike, gale strike to Michael. You've named three of the starters, the other two starters went on to become somewhat successful coaches. One was a former NBA head coach. I think he's an assistant now and the other one is longtime college coach who's coaching right now did well in the tournament. Johnny, Johnny doc, used to call him chicken hawk, the chicken hawk and fog on a little chicken chicken hawk. All right. One imagine why the other one he matter of fact this game was in Utah, he would later go on. He doesn't anymore, but he would later go on to coach the jazz head coq au, Bobby Weiss. No no all of head coach. Oh, Ticor corden type. Mentioned Mike Mitchell passed away years ago nother another guy played one only played one minute was in all American. With Chris Mullin at Saint John's wait. A minute was Ed Neely team to new Larry christova Christo, actually. The only two you're missing one thing. John's with with one minute was probably a rookie on this team. Oh, Walter berry, Walter berry. And then there was a guy. I've never heard of this guy. Anthony Jones, Anthony. But I got about him and Johnson's. Grew. Why you were talking to me. John Wheeler with no NBA team in Saint Louis who do we watch? We watch Mizzou. I Johnson volt was on the eighties Mizzou teams that I paid ten. Yeah. He's a good shooter that Utah team shooter. John Stockton off the bench. He wasn't starting threat. He was behind Rickey green. Right. Right. It was raking Rini Kelly Puka with Carl Malone, Bobby Hansen and you remember the center you probably had to guard him. This is the biggest human being eaten. Yeah. Now how Lewis my numbers game? You scored fifteen points coming off the bench. What am I shooting numbers seven fourteen? Okay. That's acceptable. And you in that particular game you attempted one three and you made it you also ahead, four rebounds, a turnover a block in two thousand fifteen point. You're the second leading score in that game behind Johnny dockings who had nineteen was thud everybody can score on a lousy team. Gesture has pretty. Good back, then alone, seven twenty two coach insane into it was he is innocent with Denver. Yeah, I saw mind the bench and was Frank Layden coaching the gen frankly good that you were nineteen in nine they were good..

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"bobby hansen" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:53 min | 3 years ago

"bobby hansen" Discussed on WGN Radio

"An accident. There was a terrible accident south of DeKalb last night that closed down road, and I twenty three out there, Illinois, twenty three and. And then we also had you know, the city government out in DeKalb last night for time was saying, hey before going out do that. Because some of the roads one of the main drags in town, anti Glidden boulevard was nearly impassable last night because of the blowing and drifting and low visibility. So at least we're out of that wasn't that nice to see the Sunday industry. A blue sky made all the difference in the world twelve it's prettier picture. It has not going to lie to you about that. But I'm going to say that is colder than it appears because the sun is higher because now we are. And you know, I do this. So give it to check. Yes. That it's kind of late October, son. So as you're thinking, what is now the the sunlight Angola, the all that it'd be sort of middle late October in terms of where it is in the sky, and as result, you it does feel if you think about it that way I use that little mental. Trick to make myself feel better about because then I'm like, all right? Well know that was all the way back then in every day, we get earlier and earlier and earlier and you're like October so bad. No. So you know, I was looking yesterday to the amount of energy that February send delivers about eighty percent more than what we get in December son show that has come up. It's been kind of blunt block the block by the fact that we had such cold temperatures in so much of this cloud, cover and freezing rain and snow. And so it continues to go up every day every day when it comes up. It's a happier. Son every day, it is June twenty first, and then it becomes a sadder son every day, although I always go to the middle of July. I like to buy a couple extra weeks. It's very happy. And it's to now it's just kind of in back every June twenty first and then the August you like. That's a lot darker than September the bottom falls out. She wrote my son is a little different than yours. My son stays happy industry temper. You know, I mean, even though admittedly the days are getting shorter and all but. Happy and then summer around the second or third week of September. The band, right? I'm I'm I'm to spend less time with you. Then the night sun, then the nightside so good luck to you pal is basically the way I look at it fake sunlamp. Have you transfer over part of your day with your sunlamp, and I started begging the sun back right around. Then look no you can stick around all the way through October. Right. And how does that work for you? I mean, and then in November it's till I'm jilted by November November December January and then fit right around. Now. It's sort of like the sun is teasing me again. Like, hey, remember me, remember when we used to go out? Remember, if you remember the good times don't think about the bad times. No. That's never good for you. People texting in their pictures eight five of like two inches of what looks like ice over their fences there trees there banisters sidewalks everything else Shanta. They're big snowdrifts. I was gonna say I wondered how that talking to the son works 'cause I yell at my computer, come on come on come on speed up speed up. In a dozen seem to do any good. I wondered if your communication with the son had better results than my communication with my computer. Yeah. That doesn't did it. What does it? How bad is your communication with your computer? It's not it's not. It's one way. It's not existent. Son listens to me. The sun's deadly playing with. Right now. It's like look pretty I am this is like, you know, when you break up some people get on social media, and they're like all dolled up and looking great. Missing out. Right. I got foam with the sun right now. Then you go outside. You're like, yeah. I remember why hate you. Yeah. Why are you hitting on me? It's just fine. Right. It looks beautiful. You what's a music? Illuminating is the degree of communication row has. Yes. The shun level. I think this is very very impressive. So to all my doctors interesting. Say to the center in the morning sun back. Yes row, I can loan you some doctors for that. Maybe that. I got him lousy with doctors handle your computers when they're not behaving. Do you? Do you smack a little bit little shop? Do you off thing? All verbal. And you know, what it doesn't do a win of good? But I think it makes me feel better. Interesting. They they did they did a story in the New York Times a couple months back about stress release. And they said that you know, we're told not to get angry and all the rest and sometimes getting a little angry releases the pressure and the stress was their conclusion. Yeah, I just cry. Right. But just problem with crying. Is you internalize it you just? Cry screaming wailing, by the way, how did the how did the toilets? Hold up last night in the wind at all on your Bill. Like, that's my mom's building where I live. Now, you know, low low down townhouse with a deck zoo. Yeah. With the debt, right? Yes. But I, you know, it's funny because I didn't talk to my, mama. I should have had her go and look in the toilets. Yeah. And see if they were slice. She didn't call you about it. I know and if the chandelier was swinging back and forth, right? And we're concerned about I learned I learned two days ago from you people I'm some sort of fancy pants because we had a chandelier. You're concerned about that when windy outside, but it was very touching. How concerned you were? We weren't. I hope you didn't take that wrongly. I didn't mean to critical. I just feel for you. I know a lot of people don't have an emotional attachment chandelier. I happen to have had one. And so it just it's it's unusual. But I had it, and it's just me and I'm not gonna hide from myself row. What they always say is different strokes for different folks. No immediate. I've lived by that entire life. So I can identify with it. I get it. I get it. And so I I should have checked it, really. I don't know. But I was very busy hiding from the win last night. Here's and I had a had dinner with a buddy of mine, and we're you know, we're sitting around, and this is the thing the worst nights of the year. I am not going to give into the weather. I am not going to let very good about that. Just trudging. Right. You're Arctic you're on. And you you go out there. I got the Arctic air. I got the traverse is great in the weather. So I'm just I'm out there. And I'm driving around like it might as well be sunny and seventy five. Do you not have the bell handy today? Hold on. Oh, yeah. Is that for the traverse? Chevrolet products. You've been great about that. You really have. So that is. Killer to not just every time. Just a ring for the sake of bringing it just adds something. Not enough that he's got sixty graphics. Her her weather for. Yeah. I need a bell. I think I'm gonna go. You know, what I'm gonna do a bell? Every time. I mentioned every every time I mentioned the word, son. Yeah. That's just remind people. But there are things turning around. Can you just tell me is your you look at it? I know it's wish casting out ten days. But I noticed that you do this on your you got seven days up there on on the screen got in front of me. Know the next fifteen days temperature in the next fifteen the highest temperature. I she is well tomorrow forty tomorrow we had to get up to forty three. And then we go back down to the mid twenty s shattered as Sunday Monday, upper twenty s Tuesday and then thirty four next next Thursday thirty eight next Friday, thirty eight Saturday that's a week from this the end of the month. Yeah. She the temperatures are starting to come out. Early also calculate whether we're going to be above or below normal. And we're below normal from tomorrow through next Thursday. Then we go little bit above normal Friday Saturday next week, and then go down below normal after then it's a fairly cool pattern that we've got going here. There's no question about that cruel last half of the way, really really hit did hit hard. You know, what's interesting though. There was an interesting blog by Bobby Hansen. Who writes for weather underground, I liked his stuff, and he was pointing out that we close the month of February. And for all the talk of the polar vortex and everything else the month on a national basis still wand up above normal and record highs outnumbered record lows for the month of January in the lower forty-eight by a margin of three to one that's gonna make some politicians nuts when you tell them that. Yeah. Well, they've been they've been eaten and this and it's been called in the in the polar vortex. Yeah. Yeah. It goes to show how one event like that. Which is jarring and has. Severe ramifications for the folks that affects doesn't necessarily have a huge aerial coverage. All the time, nor does it reflect was going on across the country. But I thought that was interesting. I was I was surprised by the three.

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"bobby hansen" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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"bobby hansen" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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