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"brad greenberg" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

05:45 min | 2 weeks ago

"brad greenberg" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"It's awesome thing about the the roller you played on that on that team and how maybe coaching staff in the status comment on work together to to to find success. Cut of still on on that thought of moving chronologically through both your career but also kind of see how it's going to of course the themes of how things are going to change. I'm curious what your your your five. He's with the nuggets with mellow those last year's with him a ton. Six two thousand eleven That's not a title though of director of context and analysis. That's somebody that didn't exist. I would imagine before two thousand six of before that where now the league sunday coming to the forefront is is would kind of position look like of making. I moved the nuggets. What did you change there. How did how did that. All look for free. It's funny you mentioned title. So i've always believed when i got into this I don't care my job. Title is i. Don't care about the job after an mba pie and a belief that director on fate of analysis was away to the skills that i had into organization. I believe it was my job to in many ways. Do whatever the other person in the organization was trying to do. Which was their specific job. Answer basketball questions. Gm trying to answer where the best players in the draft who who to trade much to pay people on the coaching staff. What are they trying. What can we do to exploit the weaknesses in coming ponant on we enhance the players. Got so my didn't that was the job that i had. I didn't care what the title was. it was just. I wanted to answer basketball questions using perspective that i have of course thinking about just how the game kind of transitioned In turning into where like that where we're starting to take shape. They can also kind of more to what you're doing. Now maybe with the washington wizards. I'm curious as to all those years that have gone by. How have you seen maybe just just stats have become such a forfeit especially in the in the wizards organization with people like brad greenberg. I mean so. Many other Really analytically driven minds on at the at the helm of Of the wizards franchise. How do you see the team is really starting to buy into to win can do. I think there's always a process. My my job is to be ahead of the game and everything and also each ant so in some professors got your job is to a both win. The nobel prize and teach eighteen year olds coming to college and and hopefully the and they progress and i feel. That's that's where we are. I've been able to each. A number of the coaches have connected with some of the players and certain management which came in with some understanding of analytics itself My job is to keep teaching. Make them smart. I.

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"brad greenberg" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

08:17 min | Last month

"brad greenberg" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"Wellness. See what's on this week's menu get thirty dollars off across your first two deliveries when you visit. Blue apron dot com slash ryan. Why ian that's blue apron dot com slash ryan. I love this guy because even though my affiliation was always saint john's i i love the big east dearly. I missed all the time. I was watching. Saint john's depaul the other day that in exactly Throw me but that seton hall run by our guest. Pj carlesimo is is one of the weirdest runs for me. Because there was never a time. I was a hall. Fan and hall was off the radar. Comparison to the janis. My johnny's georgetown. Who you know. I kinda loved in the tournament hated. When they played saint john's yukon that was a walkover until they weren't earl. Kelly was you know big part of that and calhoun Bc would always have dudes every now and then my family's attachment providence college but that seton hall run with mark bryant. Who every time. I see him at some function which is rare. Pj i'll be like you. But god i loved your game and then bryant looks to me like a fucking crazy person. I i just my father and i love talking about. We love talking andrew gaze. We hate those ramiro robinson free throws so how are you. I'm great man. thank you. I appreciate it Marxists three he's the red in the veins and he's still he knows your redman. I know not supposed to say that when we go to the old big east. We can use the old nicknames for saint johns and marquette wasn't any but they were. They were a different team. And now look when you. I'm sure money was a big part because you you've talked about this before when you are leaving seton hall and i think the thing that people can forget about coaches. You're all wired to figure out. Like can i d the best at this That's how you even made it to that point. But i assume it was. It was money book. Where the reservations about you going from college to the pros at age forty five right when you go to the portland job. Which is greenwich sounds. Good i guess exactly exactly It was crazy. It was a much harder decision. When we had the the the great run where the two years it started and we were lucky at you know after that we started getting good players. We had terry the hair and jerry walker knows guys. We would probably even better At ties but they never accomplished what the final fourteen did It was harder to leave to go to portland then. Decision when like kentucky game call and some of the opportunities that were there early because we just turned a corner in school had been loyal to us for a long time four years To have a winning record no finally got the nit marks junior year mark senior year. We you know. We got to the tournament for the first time in the school's history. I couldn't leave that later on. It was funny because mark was in portland And ramon almost was had gone there and of course. The accident wasn't wearing anymore. Bits poor louis different because most of the guys that had left college for the nba. At bad jobs they were expansion. Jobs judge you couldn't win coralline. We were it was an old team. I mean it was so clyde and balking and terry border and jerome and they were. They wanted to flip the team over which we did in three years. All those guys were gods but it was a place where you could go right away and win. It was a ton of money. I mean it was a lot more money while allen was the owner. I think as stupid as it was. I think riles was the only coach making more than me to first year. How crazy was that. And i thought i thought all the nba coaches would resent like. I didn't know the mind process. If the coaches in the league which is they want somebody to the next guy to get more more. Somebody else gets. The more they're going to get was almost kinda dave gavitt convincing the teams in the big east. Whatever was good for some other team in the league was ultimately good for you and it was the same process and I went. I love borland kazini association. I had already had with nike for a lotta years. So is the city. I really liked. It was an honour. Obviously who was great at the time. Everybody forgets brad. Greenberg was the acting. Gm in the interim because jeff. Petri refused to fire rick out of it so he last so they were kind of without a gm and all had in his mind. He wanted to college coach. I really think he wanted larry brown forget. We're wasn't the time. But i didn't want to go and as i think he had in his mind. I want to get a college coach. Read the nba's always rick. Was ron score. It was a players coach. Always kind of go out. Okay now we want to guide. It's more defense. Oriented is more art. Asked so i mean here. They always kind of flipped the other way. But i just felt if i was ever gonna go. That was the time. And i struggled with for a little bit and i said let me try it. I never even thought about it right. You and i've talked about this a lot. Maybe if i stayed at the hall and continued to have some success because we had really good players. I might get a sniff. Some time with the knicks the nets because i was a hometown guy but i i never even thought of or wanted to coach in the nba. I was real happy doing what i was doing but it was just an unbelievable opportunity and i took it in. I don't regret it. You know it's gone whole bunch of different ways But i've really enjoyed both who twenty three years In college in seventeen in the nba. So it's been you know. I'm i'm happy. It was a good run. Yeah there's no part of you. That i should think and i obviously in your voice to that usually go you know. I wonder if it when a different way i always think about. You know you. And i've talked about it. I didn't really want to be in the media. That's what happened. I i would much rather had put this much time into carrying about a sport that you are actually working in the sport and this may sound cheesy to people. But i think there's a real value in in a healthy part of your life. Where if you're actually rowing in the same direction as people and trying to fuck and win and you know like sometimes i'm like why do you watch this much. Like just just to have a good thursday podcast and it's it frustrates me when i know that there's just another level of understanding of the game that you guys have because you're all around the best minds as all you do. Yeah when it's the only thing you do. That's i so miss that. I certainly good news but every time i go to shoot around or practice or cover a game. You know you guys particularly if it's one where guys opened the door for you like a san antonio or somebody guys that have been an illegal on dime. Treat me differently. And i miss that. I miss the meetings. I miss exactly what you're talking about Once exalt where. You're getting ready to the next one in that journey. You have with your group. The players the coaches. The you know the front that group is thirty or forty people You can't duplicate bats. I missed out a lot but this is the next best thing for me. I don't. I didn't wanna do thirty minutes memory lane but i actually love the story so much so when you're it you're at fordham as an assistant you said. Your local guide is a good point. You brought up like if you just stated the hall and put together this ron. Although i think sometimes the college thing maybe the best version of coaching is the be connected to a college community college communities or the best when they're the right ones act to be Roy our to be dean or even bobby knight with the hoosiers run that there's something that's different than that then even any nba success. But did you. Did you ever think like at forty five. You make all this money with portland. And i've heard you tell the story. Like paul allergist was like. Hey here's the check and you're like i'm not an idiot outta here seton hall. Sorry but are you at that point. Just a great lake. You're at it manchester new hampshire college. You're you're kinda the halls and assistant for a long time. Where you kinda just happy to be around or did you know okay deep down like i'm not enough that i have to be in charge of my own ship here at some point I was lucky. I mean after the four years at fordham. I mean i. I got my. I went to manchester which went understood. Nice ceo's commercials for southern hampshire university man that that's new hampshire college of accounting and commerce. We used to call it knack. Act when i got there. I mean it was. Na is.

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"brad greenberg" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:39 min | 1 year ago

"brad greenberg" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Coming up later on today after butchering geo attendance Moussa Maggie well look at it to the NFL draft react to whatever transpires over the weekend and of course be joined by our mystery guest it's Moussa Maggie today at ten right here on sports radio one one nine in sports radio sixty six WFAN and WFAN FM New York welcome back in the day a Monday edition J. J. after donkeys Jackie's W. right here on the fan and very very fired off St this gentleman is going to join us because he truly has lived a charmed basketball life you known from his days coaching at Seton hall coach in the Portland trail Blazers did a fantastic job with the Brooklyn nets when he was there for a half season now you see him all the days do MBA doing college basketball men to many talents let's welcome in the very outstanding and the terrific basketball lifer PJ Carlesimo who joins us PJ strategy strategy I know my friend excellent J. are you doing Peter was surviving here in New York City my friend I mean really it's the best way to look at it so I guess this is where we begin for you in this month does not have an NBA basketball not have any NC double a tournament how's your month in a lockdown they well it's been you know it's been good from one standpoint get a chance to spend a lot of time with the family which is nice we read more dinners are two sons we had older guys a junior at Seattle prep and then the other guys an eighth grader going to be a prep next year so we've had a chance to spend a ton of time together with from that aspect which is good but we're in Seattle you're in New York I would we've kind of been the two hot spots for a long time hopefully Seattle is getting a little ahead of it right now we kind of started a week or so ahead of everybody but the kids about a school for a couple weeks they were doing a good job with the the online teaching both their schools fortunately are or were really prepared for that and have done a good job but I mean they're the go little crazy they get chewed out in the back but it's not it's it's not quite the same and selflessly for me it was my favorite four weeks of the year I had a game March tenth I think it was Dallas at San Antonio Bob but I went out to dinner after the game good win for the spurs we went out to dinner after the game and I flew to Las Vegas the next day planning on doing pac twelve tournament for Westwood One starting three weeks of college where I would be doing the entire NC double a tournament and with a couple of NBA game stuck in there on Mondays and Tuesdays and I went from my busiest and one of my favorite times of the year for weeks to being home so it's you know like everybody else you gotta deal with it I think I'm enjoying it I think my wife's ready to us you know shoot me on the road for sure but other than that it's been trying to you know try to stay ahead of it spent a lot of time at home clean the house and do some cooking and do what everybody else is doing right now trying to get out from under this multi Jack Intel is a guy's doing radio shows from his apartment in Brooklyn New York I think my girlfriend is dying for the day where I can get back into a studio and I'm not waking up the entire neighborhood because you know it it broke we project quite well my friend so you know our neighbors and they hear me yelling and screaming about god knows what it for five in the morning WFAN their countdown that day too but coach you know your name was in the news a lot because of the year they Kevin Willard was having at Seton hall and I think about all the seniors you know Payton Pritchard or again Myles Powell Seton hall you look forward you build up to playing in NC double a tournament and did not have that opportunity I understand there are bigger things going on the world so we all get that but my heart breaks for those kids because they busted their **** I thought it be their time I thought it be there a moment so phone along out on the west coast it must be given you you know some feelings in the stalled yet looking to what's seen always able do this year well I you know it did for sure I mean I stay very closely in touch with with Kevin and the program I mean Kevin's been a good friend for a long time and he's been very kind to you know let me stay involved and I get to visit I get to see usually a couple games a year opposite followed him on television but it really hurts because I I think they have a legitimate chance to win a national championship I think this year was one of those years would probably more teams than in a normal year actually had a realistic chance and you know we all say that you'll put your hands and say Hey we're gonna win the whole thing but it most years it's three or four sometimes five teams that have a chance I thought there were at least ten this year that they were viable and I'm not so sure that if you gave me ten I would add the national champion it's better it was going to be that open in the hole was certainly one of those they're excellent defensively that one of the best players in the in the country in and follow you you know you mentioned they had books I mean they were good on both ends of the floor they defended they could score they had big who could protect the basket also scored and and a great player would you have guards I mean out there back toward I thought was excellent you know you they took good care of the ball and a good score guards particularly in March and April when it comes to Big East Tournament and then three weeks of the NC double a guards are are really really rare commodity and that they had him the hall out of what was really looking forward to watching him as he tried know if I would have if I was going to being used excuse me and Sacramento the first weekend in Houston for the regional but you know I I was telling Kevin if I didn't hook up with the first round or second round of media made it landed so it's too bad and and you know people ask us all the time about what it was like that of particularly the final four running eighty nine we got to the championship game and you know you say it out loud said it occurred can't tell you how many times I've said it we called it a once in a lifetime experience and as you said the opportunity for that experience is gone for the seniors it's really down to the entire team only because that team will be back you know I mean it's a team thing and that to me was the saddest thing almost as bad as losing to Michigan in a championship game I I remember vividly in a locked room with the king dome which is since been knocked down here in Seattle but kind of walking out of the locker room and and realizing we were gonna practice together again we were going to play a game again yeah we're gonna be together they're gonna be dinners and parades and a lot of great things that happen but what we would never get a chance to be together as a basketball team again and that's what these guys missed in it there's just there's no way of replicating that in there's no they're not going to get it back to you it's good news for the young guys that will get another chance but they won't get a chance with this team and this team was a very special team to govern willing to add at Seton hall P. J. for your sake and I say thank god the kingdom is down because I I think I placed the Yankees lose in after years house of horrors that's I love Safeco field Seattle is a great city I am so glad I will never see an event in the kingdom ever ever again which really you know John we we have beat a championship game by one point but we you know we beat Duke in the semis and then two years later a lot of people forget ninety one we were back here in Seattle in a regional west regional we beat Arizona in the round of sixteen and undefeated Vegas Vegas themed was the defending national champ in a reading thirty one and I'll beat us in the elite eight to go to the final form they do pretty damn Duke upset them they had beaten Duke the year before but the following year the undefeated team we played them in the kingdom also so we were to were to indicating dome I can't complain I mean if it if it's a release date in a final four championship game it was a good building but I'm with ya I love go over downtown safety I guess it's T. mobile now and CenturyLink do their quest is CenturyLink I can't even keep track of the names with the sponsors coach and every other day with the stadium itself the fact that you know all my I'll give you some credit that's why you're very very good resident of your town and that's why you're making the rounds represent the Pacific Northwest I gotta ask you this question because your guy who's had great success in college and you've done a terrific job in the NBA lead the team obviously both experiences are very very different what did you enjoy more the idea of being a college coach but the idea of being an NBA coach it's a tough one I I I love both of them I mean I I coached in college for twenty three years and I honestly I don't think I spent five minutes of those twenty three years thinking about coaching in the NBA wasn't something that really had in mind and yeah maybe it could happen at some point later in my career you know what do you got two teams the Nixon that's right there maybe you know down the line it was going to happen it was just it was very unusual Brad Greenberg was the acting general manager after they had led retirement go in Portland and I I think looking back Paul Allen had in mind the late owner great honor by the way also see our donor the Blazers owner I think he had in mind he wanted to change it up you want to college and Brad called me up and said why don't you come out an interview and you know I I I talked to Larry Keating our clinic director and the fact it was Portland mark Bryant was already year one of our players I've been with Nike for a lot of years and I went out not really being serious about it to be honest with you it was like I just you know it's a good experience it's interview for an MBA job and you know some you check off maybe it'll come back years later and in the middle of the interview Paul offered me the job and it literally was that sudden and I loved every day in the NBA awesome so if you maybe pick one I'd take MBA there's a lot of things I miss from college the experience dealing with the players and their families particularly in those days that you were yeah it plays for three four years they graduated it was it was really special some of those guys you knew from there like freshman sophomore year in high school so you're we had a relationship with them coaching beyond campus vertically seeing all of the fans we had the support we enjoyed back in those days in the Meadowlands was special but A. B. NBA what's good about the NBA's you're coaching the best players in the world are you planning the best buildings in the world are you doing it in absolute first class where I mean everything's you know it's a charter you and it just doesn't get any better if you like basketball it's really the epitome of basketball so for months a standpoint of pure basketball I love the NBA and that's the other thing when you coach in the NBA you don't do anything else but basketball we need to next practice at your next game at your next shoot around there's no recruiting there's no you know get your players to go to class in summer jobs and raising money for the school and you know representing university it it's literally you're on the floor whether it's a practice or game or shoot around that's all you do so it's hard to beat the NBA I think from a purely basketball standpoint we have the terrific PJ Carlesimo the outstanding head coach at Seton hall and a tremendous NBA career as a coach as an assistant coach he's great on TV's great all radio I mean I could listen to PJ top basketball flowers coach thankfully for your sake you not gonna do that but I do got to ask you about Duncan because you won three championships working with Gregg Popovich you got a first hand look at what Tim Duncan brings to the table and you know maybe it's his personality and maybe it's because Tim Duncan was never got it was demanding of the attention he's hands down one of the best players I've ever seen in my life I think he's the best power forward in the history of the NBA if there's one thing you'd like to share with the audience of you know a perspective and you know something you experience being along side Tim Duncan for all those years what really stands out well I'll tell you I I I agree with you first of all I I think he's ideas the best power forward to ever play the game I mean he's one of I say five at worst ten you can't keep them out of the top ten of all players who you know played in the NBA and what they accomplished it's funny because with all the games being replayed now right I do too specials last week one for ESPN one actually for San Antonio television and the one they they watched game six of the three championship when we beat the.

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"brad greenberg" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"brad greenberg" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"In on WFAN eight five five two one two for CBS and this guy is as good as it gets when it comes to talking basketball he's lived a really strong basketball life you think about his days coaching Seton hall long time NBA coach Portland did a great job in Brooklyn for a half season a terrific analyst every which way let's welcome in PJ Carlesimo who's nice enough to give us a couple minutes here on a Saturday PJ stage a job just ask you how you doing my friend J. are you doing Peter was surviving here in New York City my friend I mean really it's the best way to look at it so I guess this is where we begin for you in this month of not having the NBA basketball not having the NC double a tournament has your mother been locked down but well it's been you know it's been good from one standpoint get a chance to spend a lot of time with the family which is nice we read more dinners are two sons we got an older guys junior at Seattle prep and then the other guys an eighth grader going to be a prep next year so we've had a chance to spend a ton of time together with from that aspect which is good but we're in Seattle you're in New York I would we've kind of been the two hot spots for a long time hopefully Seattle is getting a little ahead of it right now we kind of started a week or so ahead of everybody but the kids about a school for a couple weeks they're doing a good job with the the online teaching both their schools fortunately our we're really prepared for that and have done a good job but I mean there the girl little crazy they get shoot out in the back but it's not it's it's not quite the same and selfishly for me it was my favorite four weeks of the year I had a game March tenth I think it was Dallas at San Antonio pop but I went out to dinner after the game good win for the spurs we went out to dinner after the game and I flew to Las Vegas the next day planning on doing the pac twelve tournament for Westwood One starting three weeks of college where I would be doing the entire NC double a tournament and with a couple of NBA game stuck in there on Mondays or Tuesdays and I went from my busiest and one of my favorite times of the year for weeks to being home so it's you know like everybody else you got to do with it I think I'm enjoying it I think my wife's ready to us you know shoot me on the road for sure but other than that it's been trying to you know try to stay ahead of it spent a lot of time at home clean the house and do some cooking and do what everybody else is doing right now trying to get out from under this what P. Jack can tell you is you guys doing radio shows from his apartment in Brooklyn New York I think my girlfriend is dying for the day where I can get back into a studio and I'm not waking up the entire neighborhood because you know it it broke we project quite well my friends so you know our neighbors and they hear me yelling and screaming about god knows what a four five in the morning I W. I. fan their countdown that day too but coach you know your name was in the news a lot because of the year they Kevin Willard was having at Seton hall and I think about all the seniors you know Payton Pritchard or again Myles Powell Seton hall you look forward you build up to playing in NC double a tournament and to not have that opportunity I understand there are bigger things going on the world so we all get that but my heart breaks for those kids because they busted their **** I thought it be their time I thought it be there a moment so phone along out on the west coast it must be given you you know some feelings in the stalled yet looking to what's seen always able do this year well I you know it did for sure I mean I stay very closely in touch with with Kevin and the program I mean Kevin's been a good friend for a long time and he's been very kind to know let me stay involved and I get to visit I get to see usually a couple games a year opposite followed him on television but it really hurts because I I think they have a legitimate chance to win a national championship I think this year was one of those years when probably more teams than in a normal year actually had a a realistic chance and you know we all say that you'll put your hands and say Hey we're gonna win that's all saying but it most years it's three or four sometimes five teams that have a chance I thought there were at least ten this year that they were viable and I'm not so sure that if you gave me ten I would add the national champion it's better it was going to be that open in the hole was certainly one of those they're excellent defensively they had one of the best players in the in the country in and follow you you know you mentioned they had books I mean they were good on both ends of the floor they defended they could score they had big who could protect the basket also scored and they had a great player would you have guards I mean I have their back court I thought was excellent you know you they took good care of the ball and a good score guards particularly in March and April when it comes to Big East Tournament and then three weeks of the NC double a guards are are a bit Rick Rio rare commodity and that they had a the whole Adam I was really looking forward to watching him as he tried know if I would have him I was going to being used excuse me and Sacramento the first weekend in Houston for the regional but you know I I was telling Kevin if I didn't hook up with the first round or second round of media made it landed so it's too bad and and you know people ask us all the time about what it was like that of particularly the final four run in eighty nine we got to the championship game and you know you say it out loud said it occurred can't tell you how many times I've said it we called it a once in a lifetime experience and as you said the opportunity for that experience is done for the seniors it's really down to the entire team only because that team will be back you know I mean it's a team thing and that to me was the saddest thing almost as sad as losing to Michigan in the championship game I I remember vividly in a locker room with the king dome which is since been knocked down here in Seattle but kind of walking out of the locker room and and realizing we weren't gonna practice together again we were going to play a game again yeah we're gonna be together they're gonna be dinners and parades and a lot of great things that happen but what we would never get a chance to be together as a basketball team again and that's what these guys missed in it there's just there's no way of replicating that in there's no they're not going to get it back out yet it's good news for the young guys that will get another chance but they won't get a chance with this team and this team was a very special team that govern willing to add at Seton hall he Jeff USA can I say thank god the kingdom is down because I I think I place the Yankees lose in after years house of horrors that's I love Safeco field Seattle is a great city I am so glad I will never see an event in the kingdom ever ever again but a mixed feelings you know job we we got beat a championship game by one point but we you know we beat Duke in the semis and then two years later a lot of people forget ninety one we were back here in Seattle in a regional west regional we beat Arizona in the round of sixteen and undefeated Vegas Vegas scene was the defending national champ in a writing thirty one and I'll beat us in the elite eight to go to the final form to do pretty damn Duke upset them they had beaten Duke the year before but the following year the undefeated team we played them in the kingdom also so we were two or two in the kingdom I can't complain I mean if it if it's a release date in a final four championship game it was a good building but I'm with ya I love go over downtown safe practices T. mobile now and CenturyLink do their quest is CenturyLink I can't even keep track of the names go on with the sponsors coach I mean whatever alien with the stadium itself the fact that you know all my I give you some credit that's why you're very very good resident of your town and that's why you're making the rounds represent the Pacific Northwest I gotta ask you this question because your guy who's had great success in college and you've done a terrific job in the NBA lead the team obviously both experiences are very very different what did you enjoy more the idea of being a college coach but the idea of being an NBA coach it's a tough one I I I love both of them I mean I I coached in college for twenty three years and I honestly I don't think I spent five minutes of those twenty three years thinking about coaching in the NBA wasn't something that really had in mind and yeah maybe it could happen at some point later in my career you know what do you got two teams the Nixon that's right there may be you know down the line it was going to happen it was just it was very unusual Brad Greenberg was the acting general manager after they had led retirement go in Portland and I I think looking back Paul Allen had in mind the late owner great honor by the way also see our owner the Blazers owner I think you had in mind he wanted to change it up you want to call it and Brad called me up and said why don't you come out an interview and you know I I I talked to Larry Keating arthritic director and and the fact it was Portland mark Bryant was already year one of our players I've been with Nike for a lot of years and I went out not really being serious about it to be honest with you it was like I just you know it's a good experience it's interview for an MBA job and you know some you check off maybe it'll come back years later and in the middle of the interview Paul offered me the job and it literally was that sudden and I loved every day in the NBA awesome so if you maybe pick one I'd take MBA there's a lot of things I miss from college the experience dealing with the players and their families particularly in those days yet you were yet plays for three four years they graduated it was it was really special some of those guys you knew from there like freshman sophomore year in high school so you we had a relationship with them coaching beyond campus vertically Seton hall the fans we had the support we enjoyed back in those days in the Meadowlands was special but it's the NBA what's good about the NBA's you coach in the best players in the world are you playing in the best buildings in the world you do wanted an absolute first class where I mean everything's you know it's a chartered and it just doesn't get any better if you like basketball it's really the epitome of basketball so from a standpoint of pure basketball I love the NBA and that's the other thing when you coach in the NBA you don't do anything else but basketball we need to next practice at your next game at your next year around there's no recruiting there's no you know get your players to go to class and summer jobs and raising money for the school and you know representing university it it's literally you're on the floor whether it's a practice or game or shoot around that's all you do so it's hard to beat the NBA I think from a purely basketball standpoint we have the terrific PJ Carlesimo the outstanding head coach at Seton hall and a tremendous NBA career as a coach as an assistant coach he's great on TV's great all radio I mean I could listen to PJ top basketball showers coach thankfully for your sake you're not gonna do that but I do.

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"brad greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

08:53 min | 1 year ago

"brad greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"That's exactly the way it is. I know here at Michigan Michigan State. Like I said we're we're looking at going here and I think all the schools in this state are looking to go to pass fail I mean they're just some things that are so difficult and and you know as you know eh the schedule during this season you can get behind him and all of a sudden. You know you've got this. That happened so it is. It is difficult I mean. I don't envy these kids. You know I think that's the perception a lot of people have out there. You know the old dumb jock well. Those days ended a long time ago. And it's hard for kids to go to school. Travel like they do play nine o'clock games and then you know still get up for their seven or eight o'clock exam the next day you know and I that's one thing I've always said is Kids deserve more credit than they get for balancings. Both all right. Here's the here's most difficult question. Kim. You're growing up growing up now growing up. Give me your four favourite college basketball players of all time. Dan Dockage Gardy. Michael Jordan was one of them but history of the NC Double A. Tournament. Yeah Yeah so yeah you know I said I. I saw where today's the day match gird slate. You know the champions that I I've just started college. It was the first I got to see. My college coach took me to it. I mean and Utah and we had I got a good seat. You know it wasn't like it is now boy did that. And then those breeds that you'd have still paid a million dollars but but I you know I got a chance to watch the Walton thing you know and that that that game when he Went against I think it was meant this when he was twenty two twenty one or twenty two whatever he wanted to. Yeah that's crazy. Believe OPPO A I I still you know. The Magic Bird thing to me was was special that game. I'm not sure either. One of them play great but I think those were two great players and you know I guess. I'm looking more at the past. And the present like coached the guys now and yeah you know all their awards the other guys. You can just see all their strengths. But I mean you know I don't know if you've put Jordan in there because you know it wasn't like the average points did a lot of things back then But shoot he played with Kenny Smith. Parkin's worth I mean. Like the guys played her. Yeah they were ridiculous. But wh what are the common ones that are that you're hearing we've I've gone with? I go way back. I go big Joe I go Pete Marich I go Ernie Day and who. Who's my fourth Dan? I fell asleep. All those guys. All you square this student rugby. Oh man I mean you're making me laugh. I laughed and a two week so margin beal the laugh when settlers talk and they were you know jump all after every bucket. I went all us. Bob Big big. What do you mean because Serbian the Berkovitz brother serving heroes? I played with that mark. Maguire yes Indiana Man Northwest Indiana. Not like we weren't all in on Hoosiers I was all in on G- wire and Teddy GRUBS and Conway. Those were Bo. L. Member Danny member when collider walked back from a couple of gain number. They always got beat the tournament. I remember that too man that was he. He got eight grimes. They were good though they were number. One in the country in date nineteen. They beaten date. He throws the ball into river. Walk back in his uniform to the hotel. Yeah those are the same job you tip. Saint Joe's beat the game right. Joe's beat them. Yeah Brad Greenberg assistant coach at Saint Jo's on nineteen. You know you're talking about. You're talking about the difference. I gotTa Tell You man you went to Utah. With your college coach. I would have literally if coach stab myself. Danny that's the that's the difference between big heading to go to the final four eight a freeze. That's what type thing. There was no alcohol. No ALCOHOL OUT IN UTAH coaches on Sunday Sunday as good as it gets our last one. Five favorite spartans expert. He's of all time. Yeah you've got to be on. Yeah I'd have to go with a guy named Johnny Green. Because he was a guy that walked on year and he could take a quarter off the top of the backboard any played in the League for fifteen years. A great guy from New York that comes back all the time still. He was a part of the fifty seven championship team You know magic. Cast the B one Cleaves has to be one for me because It did you know so much for me. you know he'd have to be in there You Know Steve Smith on resper. I mean I'm just looking at guys that I know that I coach. Gus Kyle you know as I was growing some of those days that was that was a hell of a time. He was a little crazy too but You know I you know. There's been a lot of good guys. I don't know who the best are you know. I'm still big and a great retail sir. He was a great guy. And and I'm sure I'm missing a bundle of 'em but It was You know it's been a good time for me. I'm sure you guys have more good ones that you're colleges. Although I don't know how many headed Saint Joe. Where did you go to college? Hackensack come on out fairly that was above your place. Believe me just barely Collingwood. Michigan's at least we football all MARIUCCI was doing something. There's football they're Har Harvard on the hackensack. Come on now. Alabama fishy going ahead of that late at US talking about. I mean I. We'll give you that. Indiana was best but I think I'm in second place and all that I thought he was always guarantee game as we appreciate you doing this now. We're what's for dinner tonight? Here's the question. What's what's cooking because I I just. I'M GONNA grow out see if I can do that. I'm just trying to waste time to be honest with Ya. College kids and But you guys made me laugh. I want to tell you how the left much lately I do. Miss that tournament. Don't you guys talk? Yeah Weird Man. It's just This is this is still one of the greatest dimes. Even my football buddies. They all say. Hey there's nothing like march madness and I think it's true and let's just hope we all you guys make sure your families are safe Keep them healthy and Hopefully in a couple of weeks things start turning thank God steroids man. Anybody all right guys pick guys take tell you one Michigan State Story. Of course whatever you like. Let's put here so we beat them and Co Sny. We'd lost the game before and he told me and got chuck friends that we were going to be two coaches. He didn't come to practice in the assistance for two days. We had to make scouting report in the whole deal right literally we go there and we beat them and in the locker room at old whatever the place was called Jefferson Denison. They had in the locker room in the bathroom. You had to go down the hall and it was kind of shared with the wreck frills. Anyway I walk in after the game into the bathroom and the toilet didn't have walls. It was like prison right. I mean it's just show commodities just out there right so I walk in and coach nights on the toilet taking a big.

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"brad greenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"brad greenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Mild a high of fifty one for tonight cloudy and cold below dropping into the upper teens and for your Sunday mostly cloudy we will not get out of the twenties a high of only twenty six right now our current temperature is thirty two degrees about how the police say a domestic dispute led to a shooting Friday night police responded to the eighteen hundred block of lake knoll Dr just after nine o'clock and found one person at the scene witnesses gave police more information about two additional subjects who left in a car a gunshot victim later came to mercy west hospital with two additional witnesses a non family member was shot in the leg during the dispute between a father and son and of the person was assaulted forty nine year old Herald Gregory about healthy was arrested and charged with domestic violence and felonious assault he was taken to the him the county justice center a Kentucky man is sentenced to jail time after punching a protestor last summer the man convicted of assaulting a protester to trump rally in downtown Cincinnati last year will spend a hundred twenty days in jail Hamilton County judge Brad Greenberg sentencing Dallas Frazier of Georgetown Kentucky for jumping out of a truck near U. S. bank arena and punching the man the altercation cost Frasier the loss of a six figure job and his house judge Greenberg said he thought Frazier came to town looking for a fight and said no matter your politics there's no room for violence I sandy Collins newsradio seven hundred WLW radio seven hundred W. L. W. sports is a red update the regs I loved in a pitcher Jesse battled all minor league contract with an invite to spring training middle made a combined thirty appearances last year with the Braves mariners and Rangers the Reds caravan continues to they will stop the date that the Air Force museum along with Hamilton College basketball last night jailing crusher three pointer in overtime at the buzzer set number thirteen Dayton past Saint Louis seventy eight to seventy six bill Denison seven hundred.

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"brad greenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"brad greenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Sentences handed down to a Kentucky man who assaulted a protester outside heritage bank center this past summer the man convicted of assaulting a protester to trump rally in downtown Cincinnati last year will spend a hundred twenty days in jail Hamilton County judge Brad Greenberg sentencing Dallas Frazier of Georgetown Kentucky for jumping out of a truck near U. S. bank arena and punching the man the altercation cost Frasier the loss of a six figure job and his house judge Greenberg said he thought Frazier came to town looking for a fight and said no matter your politics there's no room for violence I sandy Collins newsradio seven hundred WLW house speaker Larry householder formally invited governor Mike to wind to deliver his state of the state address and announced Friday it will take place in the house chamber March thirty first in his official invitation to the governor householder said he looks forward to to wind it addressing quote the important issues that are on the horizon for Ohio the centers for disease control and prevention says that blue activity declined slightly but it remains high influenza like illness was high in thirty two states in the second week of January but the number of cases were down from the previous week it's still unclear if the flu season is peak Dr George champ is with northwestern medicine says people still need to protect themselves by washing hands covering coughs and getting the flu shot it passed through the year whether your call saying you're sneezing it can be on your on your laptop on non tables the CDC estimates thirteen million people have come down with the flu this season there have been more than six thousand deaths Ribeiro ABC news news radio seven hundred W. L..

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"brad greenberg" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"brad greenberg" Discussed on WTVN

"From ABC news I'm Todd federal officials are now issuing a warning of possible violence at Monday's annual gun rights rally in Richmond Virginia the F. B. I. homeland security department and national counterterrorism center of issued a bulletin to police not just in Richmond but across the country they're concerned about violence or possible domestic terror attack at Monday's pro gun rally at Virginia state capital the bulletin says the thirties are concerned about the volume of threatening language related to the event and worry about possible lone wolf attackers which are hard to detect authorities say several men arrested this week linked to a white supremacist group known as the base we're planning to attend Monday's rally Terry Alden or ABC news with president trump Senate impeachment trial already officially begun the president is finally named his legal team among them too confusing figures Alan Dershowitz and Ken Starr who helped impeach president Clinton Jewish Dershowitz is a mystery because of his previous outspoken liberal politics that's not the only mystery so far as first start after the Clinton impeachment Donald Trump had this to say about him ten stars a lunatic I really think they can stars a disaster star and Dershowitz join the defense team led by White House counsel Patsy Bologna and president trump's personal lawyer J. secular ABC senior national correspondent Terry Moran a virus outbreak is propping screenings at three U. S. airports has your the newly identified corona viruses sickened dozens of people and killed two mainly in the Chinese city of Wuhan doctor Martins citron is the director of the CDC's division of global migration and quarantine CDC will implement public health entry screen at their purposes go airport New York JFK and LAX airports the CDC is monitoring the virus spread delta airlines is getting hit with a notice of violation from air quality regulators south coast on Friday following a jet fuel dump on Tuesday that impacted students teachers and other members of the public in Los Angeles county this is ABC news it's not often a prosecutor gets forced out of office but it's happened in Sandusky can county it's a fight that's been going on for months and as of Friday eight Sandusky county prosecutor Tim Braun is now out resigning from office after calls for him to step down calls that came from as high as governor to whine Braun last year was accused of sexually harassing women in his office though he admitted to negligent assault last month that plea deal let him stay on the pay roll through June however again now Braun has submitted his resignation I'm Jack Crumley in Cincinnati sentencing today for a man who punched a protester on the day of a trump rally the man convicted of assaulting a protester to trump rally in downtown Cincinnati last year will spend a hundred twenty days in jail Hamilton County judge Brad Greenberg sentencing Dallas Frazier of Georgetown Kentucky for jumping out of a truck near U. S. bank arena and punching the man the altercation cost Frasier the loss of a six figure job and his house judge Greenberg said he thought Frazier came to town looking for a fight and said no matter your politics there's no room for violence at sandy Collins reporting from Cincinnati winter weather across parts of Ohio this weekend advisories posted across the state including to legal Cleveland Columbus state in Youngstown and assembly line in Springfield cutting jobs WDTN reports the Navistar plant going to lay off more than one hundred workers have a star says the cuts are a normal in cyclical part of the business compensation from Ohio attacked by a wild animal the Columbus police officer was bit by a coyote while helping a motorist along I seventy on the city's east side on Thursday the animal originally ran away but came back back up arrives in officers initially tried to subdue it with taser but to no avail the animal was eventually put down with a gun animal control officers say coyote attacks on humans are rare that's got Jennings and I'm Matt Rees stories.

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"brad greenberg" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"brad greenberg" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"We were at the comedy store couple of weeks ago, my buddy Spencer, James and I, we pumped in there and and. Spitzer at this point, he's like a veteran. He knows all these guys and all of these clubs wherever you go and everybody's hugging each other and we go in there. And so they ran forty eight through doing three three minutes and then they then they graduated up to about fifteen people do in five. And then they had the the big guy who came in and did a final fifteen the end of the night. And I was like, oh, what a beating? I may just a beating. I mean, first of all, trying to do comedy in three minutes, even five minutes. Just brutal. I, I did see some funny. I think I can say this tells us on, oh, you tell it. So they're the punchline when I used to work there hanging on sandy, we haven't at Jameson. People are listening to this podcast home, what do they do it on? Well, I'm trying to keep that Jameson away from Reno. So in the morning, like when the Montreal comedy festival come through to audition guys, they'd line up on front of the punchline like fifty sixty people deep to try to get stage time. They'd have to sign their name on this piece of paper, right? Just trying to get on. So I'd have to go and pick the piece of paper up, but I wouldn't get there like eleven, but they've been out there all night comics. So they think I'm doing a show. Well, I have a few drinks before the show, so their trunks are open in the parking lot. There tailgate and basically drinking at nine o'clock in the morning. So they all go to thing and everybody's in line, they wait and they go to one minute, and then they decide whether or not you get invited back to, I mean, horrific. So this one guy I know him, but the guy Brad Greenberg and his brother who used to own the comedy zones had one nighters all over. They'd have a one night or in a seafood restaurant, they'd have a one nighter in a hotel lobby and they'd have a one, you know, anywhere they could open a play. So this guy's stand in line stands lie. Lied. I kid you not for an hour and a half. Right? Finally, it's his time to get up and the and the greenberg's are judging who's going to go move on guy, walks up on, say you had real long hair kind of flips it out of the white stand in line for an hour and a half flips his hair back and goes two Jews walk into a bar the next day. It's an f. in comedy zone. Any walks off. And apparently they had owed him money or something. He waited an hour and a half to tell that joke in front of him. He left went to the party got in his car left. Wanted to keep the money boys now. Oh my gosh. That's too much. I mean, obviously it worked out for you. I'm so glad I didn't take that route. I didn't have to take that because I would have never done comedy. I, I'm a speaker, I'm a storyteller. I'm not a humorous more than anything else. And so I'm not a traditional quote unquote comic in people who know me know that I am student of it and I love it. People have heard me say that at nauseam, but if I had to go through all that stuff. Is used to all the time. Say, I'm going, go do an open mic. Thank God. I just never did it because I've been open mics now I've done shows and then they have an open mic after right in the other theater, whatever in the club or or you know, you got to clear out and then you go into watch those people us brutal. Brewed I literally lived out of my car for four years. Yeah, like I got three weeks booked in Augusta, savannah and Birmingham name that club in a gusting comedy house. The comedy house grew up there. Oh, yeah. Yeah, that that place ran a lot of comics through the did man. Yeah, but they were paying me one hundred twenty dollars a week. I three weeks booked in a row, making hundred twenty dollars a week, and I quit my teaching job. Ditched my apartment, moved into my car and never went back. Yeah, like I would take..

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"brad greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"brad greenberg" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"After we fall uh with time and um you know i've been a part of teams when you get on the team bus nobody talks were when you go to achieve meal nobody talks that's certainly is not the case with our team our team meals and for some of our new staff member sometimes they're like really like i mean everybody's lap and talking because i don't think four hours before a game has any impact on if you play well or play poorly and again that was not how i used to do things but i do think you have to evolve and and uh you know today's athletes are different than they were twenty years ago i mean twenty years ago or even longer like when i was in college and university san diego and nobody transfoot i mean if you transfer than there was some alarm going off it's something was wrong with either the program or the player who was leading and now transfers are part of life i mean it happens all the time and every sport never conference it so i do think there are world has changed is as a as a head coach you've got to change and evolve is as well i think the biggest changes to factors in in my man motsa factor number one is the leadership of danielle muscle men who basically is a kinder gentler muscle men who kinda keeps the whole thing together and then spending some time and venezuela ba wave this zenmaster brad greenberg which uh huish area everything's going to be fine must don't worry about wife freaking out everything's good don't worry about it were fine so ideas settlement influences in his life.

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"brad greenberg" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"brad greenberg" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You also coasted a right with a blind oh yeah about grievous sports reporter brad greenberg similar youngesters might not be aware of a the uniqueness of bob greenberg truly a blind sports reporter in chicago longtime i believe as did bug river pass away did pass away about three years ago okay my wife well that i feel like free that i could tell the story bob greenberg was a die hard white sox fair there could be greenberg relatives listening now's the leaker this is true but so bob for his her above graver loved the white sox uh and that year the cubs inside acts played each other in the cross down series at wrigley field and there was ninety eight now is the cubs team was sami the went to the plows the white sox stunk and the cubs swept him and i turned on my radio shack fivedollar recorder as those waiting to get into the clubhouse an all if the cubs vans were coming down the ramp and they were to screaming white sox suck white sox suck so he would do as sports updates and i would play the white sox suck share underneath them as he was talking any would get so incredibly angry that i don't know if you remember this but one day you called me into the avas after the show lock corinne herds really ups could you not play the white sox buck under under bob while eased try to give a sports report i do not remember that but that's a classic example of how that was some of the finest five am the 530 radio back and one was at nineteen ninety ninety a how do you remember the year well guy me camano how do i remember the year i do i remember the year simply because the best thing about being on that show outside of learning incredible radio techniques from yourself joe the coach god and set barks was that i got to cover the bulls in jordan's last year solve and that was ninety eight naked truth about sports i was truly a great.

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