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Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol: Black Mamba and White Swan

ESPN Daily

03:15 min | 2 months ago

Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol: Black Mamba and White Swan

"How is kobe's family ramona. Do you know anything about how they're marking this anniversary. Yeah they really. Don't want this to be kobe. There's actually this is the best. There's actually two kobe days already. What's the other kobe. Kobe in los angeles is eight. Twenty four august twenty fourth. I was there at city hall a couple of years ago when they declared august. Twenty fourth coby bryan day. It'd be happy to see you and his birthday is august. Twenty third so true. Kobe fashion he gets two days. Okay vanessa bryant the other day. She put out a instagram post. Essentially saying please have some respect for our family. We don't wanna see images at the crash all day long and it was an awful day. We should remember him. We should talk about it. But that's just the day he died. I think she really wants to remember how he lived. And the legacy. He left us. So you sat down ramona for a long indepth interview in december with pow gosol clopping. Who is kobe teammate. On the lakers his friend. And that was your chosen way of getting into the story as a reporter. Why did you wanna talk to pow in specific. And why did you want to reflect on this past year without kobe with him. I don't think i realize how close they were. I think the appreciation and the closeness developed over time By just going through everything that we went through but also taking time and wanting to spend time off the court connecting deeper level. I covered them up close to it talked to coby all the time. All the time was right there. I don't have time for friends. I'm not a good friend. Used to say that gets seem so focused on basketball. And then he was so focused on his off the court stuff and and i think with kkob. It's it's sort of revealed itself really sense. His passing of just how close they were. And i had the same feeling a little bit. When when michael jordan spoke at his at his memorial and you know he he was crying and he opened up about how close a relationship was maybe surprise people that kobe in our very close friends but we were very close friends like a little brother. He wanted to be the best basketball player that he could be. And as i got to know him. I want it to be the best big that i could be. So where did you start things with pow. Gusau ramona what did you what. What did you ask him. I i think he just said. Tell me about your relationship. I when i when. I got to the team and we've got to play together. We got nose runs In winning championships. It was all really about business. But then india relationship really took off and really translated into something much more than that some Much deeper than

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Coby White Scores 21 As Chicago Bulls Rally To Beat Trail Blazers

The Free Agents

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Coby White Scores 21 As Chicago Bulls Rally To Beat Trail Blazers

"Kobe white scores. Twenty one and the bull's rally to beat the blazers won eleven one away. They were down twenty but they came back What's the big takeaway well skates. I only got one thing for you. The polls are hitting me win of the year the first twenty point comeback in the nba. This season i saw some highlights from the clippers versus the spurs. They're talking could they be the first team to pull off a twenty point comeback. No they can't but the bulls did as a crazy game. What a night. In the kirby household bowls blazoned on the deck owl's blazers on deck election results trickling in on the computer a luxurious matchup out there red and black both teams january five going down in history. But this was a weird one. I said the bulls gave up a twenty point. Lead thirty nine point eight three pointers in the first quarter. Blazers look like they on fire. It looked like it was going to be sad. Trey kerby coming in on the show today. But i had the faith skeets i said. Just stick around the comeback bulls. We'll take care of this. And somehow they did a billy donovan has gotten something. Out of zach levine. Feels a little bit different. He was out there over passing the ball in the first half of the game but kept getting teammates involved. This ended up being a really nice team win. The bulls had so many guys in double figures. They ended up with seven players in double figures. Everybody was doing something everybody was bored in. This was a fun game to watch like. I said the balls have this huge comeback being a dagger three under a minute left. I'm upstairs everybody else in the house asleep. I'm just jealous like this back in my arms against each other legendary stuff damian. Lillard basically didn't make a shot in the second half did make the one that was most important knockdown down that three from the right wing. The purest swish. You could ever hope to see if you're damian lillard but this was just was just exciting man. I was going nuts in the

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Doomsday Parents, Chad And Lori Daybell

True Crime Brewery

06:09 min | 8 months ago

Doomsday Parents, Chad And Lori Daybell

"Laurie Velo Bouza forty, six year old mother of three married a fifty one year old father of five Chad Day bill. On November fifth two thousand nineteen in Kauai Hawaii. Chad's wife for close to thirty years. Tammy. Day. Bill have been found dead in her home just two weeks earlier. So obviously, they didn't waste much time remarrying. Stunningly Quick Tammy was in apparently healthy forty, nine year old woman infectious training for a marathon. Just, ten days before her death, which was October ninth two, thousand, Nineteen Tammy reported on facebook and the police that masked man had shouted her with what she thought could be a paint gun what's going on there right? Exactly. The other very interesting aspect is Laurie and Chad had picked out and ordered their wedding bands more than two weeks before Tammy Steph. That's right. Shoe on that one for a while right so October fourth to fifth tammy visited her parents Beck in Springville. Utah, where she's from and then a few days later on October nine, a man ski mask was shooting at her so I guess the police decided it was just some kind of prank because she thought it was a paint gun and they never found the guy, but it's very curious. WHOA, it is and it's really just the tip of the iceberg in this really strange case with all the suspicious occurrences just everything surrounding lawyer and Chad, his mess and very suspicious of course. Yes that's an understatement. So Chad Chad Day Bell is lawry's fifth husband. Laurie was born Laurie Noreen Cox June twenty sixth of Nineteen seventy-three in San Bernardino California and she grew up with two brothers Alex and Adam and two sisters Stacey and summer Alex Cox plays a really large role in this whole story so you need to remember him Adam lives in Kansas and he's worked as a radio personality, but he's pretty much out of the whole seen as far as we know so far. Stacy Cox died in her parents home when she was just twenty two years old and this was from complications of type one diabetes lorries remaining living sister Cox shift. Let was one of lorries, biggest defenders until June of this year, and that's when the remains of her children jj entirely were discovered on the property of Chad debacle. Now, people who knew Lori will have said that she really became a person after she became involved with shed she had been considered an excellent mother. And a good friend to many many years ago back in high school Lori was a happy energetic cheerleader at nineteen years of age. She married her high school sweetheart Nelson Jawans. This marriage is over within a year. Then when she was twenty two in Nineteen ninety-five Laurie Mary twenty-three-year-old. William but Sheila, and this marriage was in Travis County Texas. They had a son named Colby in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety six, and they ended up divorcing in nineteen. Ninety eight. So, by the time, she was twenty five years old she'd been married and divorced twice already. See and she has one child, and then in two thousand. One Lori Mary Joseph Ryan Joe Converted to Mormonism, and that was the religion it Laurie had been raised in. He didn't legally adopt coby coby took his last name. and. He and Laurie had a daughter together. That's highly in two, thousand, two and two, thousand, four in August Joe filed for divorce from Laurie. And it was finalized in two thousand five. In two, thousand, six, Joe Ryan filed a complaint with the court stating Lori was not complying with the visitation order. He asked she'd be held in contempt then August two, thousand, seven Joe is attacked by Laura's brother Alex. For. This guy chases show around with stun gun. He tased him twice and he threatened to kill him. Yes. So I'm going to ask probably a stupid question is this because of the divorce or because he took her back to court. I'm thinking it was related to the custody issue because the divorce was already finalized been finalized for over a year. But you know she was also looking at some trouble because she was in contempt of court. She wasn't bringing tighly for her visits and she was keeping tidily away from him. So, Alex Laura's brother was very protective of her and actually seemed obsessed at the time with killing Joe. Ryan the incident happened when Joe was leaving a supervised visit with his daughter Kylie and the attack ended when an eyewitness showed up. So Alex, pled guilty to aggravated assault resulting in serious bodily injury and ended up serving ninety days in jail, and this was in Austin Texas. But the custody battle between Joe and Laurie over tighly really got very dark at one point Laurie head to install cameras in the children's rooms and in the living room for the court to see what was going on in her house. But no abuse apparently was found from that camera footage but just so you know this was a really nasty custody situation. You're S, and then we have Joe Dying in April of two thousand, eighteen still young man. This was determined to be a heart attack they did not topsy, but then he his remains were cremated. This whole time has custody battle with over Retali- had continued to be ongoing, right? I. Believe he was fifty nine but he was pretty healthy and there were some strange things about his autopsy as well. Roy Yeah now the court documents say that Joe Ryan accused Laurie of parental alienation alleging that he had not seen his daughter for more than a year at one point. And he also referred to a court appointed psychologist who had interviewed Lori. And according to court paperwork the psychologist David, our pool

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Eagles' new mural honors Kobe, his '10 Rules'

Power 106 Programming

00:20 sec | 9 months ago

Eagles' new mural honors Kobe, his '10 Rules'

"Eagles painted a Kobe Bryant mural at their facility with 10 rules and their 10 Coby rules number one is get better. Every single day. Number two is proved them wrong. Three work on your weaknesses, and it literally goes up to 10. These rules are beautiful, and they're obviously Kobe's 10 rules. But we

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Baltimore Orioles draft pick Coby Mayo survived the Parkland school shooting. He plays to honor those who didn’t.

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:39 min | 10 months ago

Baltimore Orioles draft pick Coby Mayo survived the Parkland school shooting. He plays to honor those who didn’t.

"My next guest, a terrible tragedy as motivation to achieve what most kids can only dream about and here to tell us about it is Kobe Mayo survivor of the Parkland shutting and now fourth. Round MLB draft pick of the Baltimore Orioles. Kobe congratulations first of all. What was that like to get that news to hear? What your dream is GonNa. Come through you a draft. Until you know the whole process. In the last three months has been crazy. Dacoven season was cut short a little bit, but you know it was that process was was very stressful, but you know. The day of the draft was just. Feeling in here, my name on TV was just it was feeling that can't even I can't even pitcher back ahead because I lost all the moments in my head, because of all the excitement from my family, my friends and it was just an amazing moment, and I really hold forever. That's incredible, but we go back now. People here, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, two, thousand, eighteen people remember your student at this school and you know I can't imagine how that day had an impact on the students, but tell me how that day maybe change your perspective, and did it have some kind of an impact on your motivation and your drive, and ultimately getting you to where you are now. Yeah I always say to this day. If maybe that shooting never happened in might not motivated me to be where I'm at today, and you know I i. really do that day as motivation because of all the. Students were lost and teachers our Lawson. I really use ideas motivation to keep to keep going and do community you. Anthony Rizzo came back to community after the next day flew home from Chicago, he was getting ready to start a season, and he talked to the community, and it was. It was really big community to hear his voice I Kinda WanNa be that that voice. That's heard because I'm you know on to better things? Came of its strong and that's that's really what I WANNA be. Ultimate Goal Co, it sounds like. You feel like you have some type of responsibility. You were blessed. You were spared. A lot of kids were that day, but it sounds like you're taking this on as a blessing in an opportunity that you have a responsibility now to fill. Yet for sure you know those seventeen to seventeen that didn't make don't have the opportunity to fulfill their dreams, and if I can go out there and honor them, so feel my dreams. I think that that would be the biggest success that. Anyone can make the whole second. That's going on so I want I really want them to to see me reaching my goals. And hopefully they looked down and they're happy. What's up?

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"coby" Discussed on Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson

Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"coby" Discussed on Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson

"Arts Ours Questioning because he's been in the League longer than me. I I got like one point five waiting for there's so many I mean Jordan seems to be like on a whole `nother level another dudes who who hate to lose like I hate to lose more than anyone but like the stuff that he was doing and pushing his teammates just physical ability and helping out stronger gun just being able to push his teammates while he was the best player in the League and Rose Expectations for Chicago and just consistently one and Kinda made his mark and establish itself as as the best in the world as we saw like ninety two during the pickup game. Monaco like you're able to see that so I can't give one thing one specific person but there's definitely so many people out there who hate to lose Kobe. You still pondering I mean I just say like like I said like Kobe. Bryant closing to micro onto Michael Jordan. But like I don't I don't think there's anyone you know that. That is as competitive as he is like. Archie says a lot of guys that hate to lose but they don't take it to that extent level that he took it to after like you know cool guys mood at the game you know your. You're mad school when she goes to the car you know when she'd been the car and go home. It's like our alternates like eight. Didn't have that mentality. It was just. He lost like he was getting his team as he was doing doing that. And you know he he. May everybody feel like I like you know. We don't need to lose again type thing so I just like. He just took it to another level that nobody else has. I think if this basketball career it doesn't work out Kobe. I think you'll be excellent anchor for this reason and I think the basketball is gonNA work out phonetically Your name sounds like Kobe. Kobe Bryant Kobe Bryant When you look at Kobe I feel like I've pulled a lot of players throughout the course of this season. They've discussed how kolding was there generations. Michael and and and I I can kind of see it How much did you see similarities? Between those two guys will first of all you can tell them their games the tongue the way they move. You know everything like like. Kobe said you know he he wanted to be him. There wouldn't be a Kobe without. Mj by disliked the mentality. You know the way. The carrot excels on the way they the way they work the way they you know. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA be the greatest regardless of what anybody else thinks you know you know one thing about you. Know that documentary. That align like he didn't kill taught him roof. You know like when he was playing he didn't care what he thought. He didn't care about their opinion on him. And I think coby was the same way he just wanted to win three like that you know. Kobe was my generation. Nj for sure No everybody to I know you know was coming up. Look up the Kobe Bryant metality. I wanted to be like you know everybody wanted to be you know the face. La The Lakers and which is not as well rival shaking your head. You add something to that they. I mean Kobe. I mean from Philadelphia suburbs lower. Marianne so I grew up playing his high school and Planning Kobe. Bryant Gymnasium. Wariness kicks in represented. I mean you just want to kind of be like Oh be on the court I mean I know when I was in my friends in high school anytime. We shot anything in the trash for saying Goldman because I like salad when I was growing up. That's what it was. He was like our generation. My generations Jordan. Just 'cause he was just an ultra competitive dude you know after they lost like the Celtics in a way he was getting that team back in shape like calling out powder salt or or whatever and just an expecting greatness because he saw that in his bigger brother as Jordan at like you said in the documentary so just everything that Koby said. I agree with but I was being from this area. You just have another amount of respect and For Kobe miss the White. You giggled and I find that interesting you kind of had the home court advantage. You could yell Kobe. You Call Your name. You Sat. How does that work growing up? Not they knew growing. We're not say Kobe Kobe. Bean officer like when arch arch citing the trash Nancy. Kobe measure realize. Like that's really well. You know we was doing like me and my friends are doing the same thing even not even a trash can even like we had a fatal a jumper. You know something like that you know growing up playing outside the outside goes plan twenty one. You're out there who've been Moose Kobe so as hot work it was. It just clicked me. My Mom said the one of the things that stood out in the Jordan or the Bulls documentary I keep saying Jordan documentary seem synonymous but you check out the last dance one of the things that stood out to me and I think it'll be a lasting impact is with Michael. Talked about people criticizing. And how everybody's not meant to be great and at the end. When he was finishing he was crying. He said break. Is it just me for the guys when you saw that? Yeah definitely I think I mean I've seen it clipped up on from so many twitter accounts about like you. Just you can just tell how much winning and competing getting better that this dude like wanted to do like a mic. Drp like bone like. That's it you can just tell like if someone is that emotional. Their care factors just crazy. It's it's crazy so he cared so much about being the greatest have been the best player And having the best team in winning list the white Yeah for sure I think you know for him. You know and everybody knows like Michael Jordan is not really a become crying ruining listener guy. I'm going to get that down most over the top of it. You know that way. Life is real. He wants to be the greatest. It wasn't just for show whether just this it got to be great and inspired to be great near parts. You the best play the game so I think it just solidify by doing national history or most of the solidify wanting to beat bit. Wanted to be the best. I remember I believe that was a ric flair and you want to be the best woo. You got to be the best when I when I look at you guys this season and covering you guys. The LAST COUPLE OF SEASONS RYAN. Use told me that you guys have aspirations to do something great colby. If I'm not mistaken you have often been on record. You know various things personal goal than more. I think that's interesting because your teammate. Coby literally the other day. Zach Levine. Called you a human flame. When I hear that I think a ball theme from streetfighter your references to get where you how. What does that mean for you? As as a hearing that from the from the from the face of the franchise in a lot you know music. Are you know really tight? We're no really cooler. You know that you can go back to trade campaign interviews. He's had a belief in me since day. One and I think towards the end of the season you know I got the show. You know. what he was leaving before so. I've lived lot. He was all all season using. I gotta come up with a nickname for you and I guess he found it. You know we talk with both these guys back in February when were in Philly when he played the sixes and we talked about him not being selected as an all star. And you know he talked to me. Said it wasn't really disappointed but it gave them a chance to kind of honest. Graft I guess my question is where do you see that as a as a As as the face of the franchise like what are you most impressed with as far grind? I'll start with you. This man which he works is de mass like He. He works super hard. He wants to be great but he wants to win. You know what I mean. I think we're all hungry to win. And I think he's just he's a big time competitor And he's just a big time player. We've seen so many GANZ res. He's he's lettuce victory. I mean the Charlotte Games made always sticks out thirteen. Threes forty nine points the game winner like off a Kobe's like steel like everything everything that does he wants to win. Like that's ultimate thing. So he was definitely bombed that he wasn't announced all-star picked as an all star. But the kid he's twenty four years old he's still he's in the seventh year in the NBA. Twenty four years old like this. This man is only going to get better and better like I see it on a daily basis. Kobe's he's on a daily basis like he he works his ass off and he's he's GonNa get there at some point just a matter of time went for sure with the White Yeah You know laughter obviously not First Union League and you know I was always digested of boys and You know all you hear around that. Levine's name is dunker dunker. Doug he's Dunker and you know when offer give got there. I didn't realize how effortless he scored the ball Deep as a gay man. You know So you know. Obviously it was a bummer. Not only him but all he did. He didn't make the author game you know. Do you know look at resume and draw season but you know like our stay. He's he's young you know used to. Townsend. He's not like he's going to get worse. He's going to get better over his career. I've like it's time it's coming. You know But are expect the fact that when he didn't make a lot of people could have you know been ranting could have been angry upset ages. Took it as you know what I was? GonNa Continue to get better. Continue to work on my craft. And I'M GONNA I'm GonNa Make All Star Team for sure so he definitely GonNa Making Multiple Times out of his career like I say he's. He's he's he missed the game easy and He works to everyday with a workmanlike attitude. You know Definitely you know a guy that you can look up to you know. Try Try to be like I like what you guys said about. You know the Dunker me. It was you who said that because I think a lot of times certain players come in the league and they have spending people just expect that all the Times but when I look at guys like Blake Griffin who expanded. His gaming wasn't just a dunker. He developed a faith of upper. Could post up a little bit. He wasn't just dunking over cars. I'm seeing that transition the same way with with with Levin and I think that's so important with basketball because when you become a one trick pony you know. He's he's he's diversified his ability to do many different things on the court. I think other people like yourself notice I think you like. Just from the fact that he's worn to dunk contests and he said like they want him to keep doing it. He was like I'm GonNa do the three point shooting in like he. He could if he wanted to. He could probably win the skills competition. If you wanted to. Like is is an all around player. Show we're almost at the halfway point. I'm here with my guys Ryan. Rtd and coby white of Chicago Bulls Talking Lafayette's and everything else make sure you check out any on all social media platforms. They're doing well as being official. I wear of the Chicago Bulls Patches or on the jerseys and they've got the player style and profile the Bulls in theme of the last dance recently hired a new general manager and mark ever sleep. I thought it was perfect. Timing because of everything boils right now of curious from you guys perspective. Would you know about him and have you met him yet? I know too much about him. you know..

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Bulls fire GM Gar Forman after 22 years with team

Kap & Company

01:16 min | 1 year ago

Bulls fire GM Gar Forman after 22 years with team

"The the Chicago Bulls just released a statement this just in quote after twenty two years with the Chicago Bulls gar Forman was relieved of his duties as general manager and will not be involved in the basketball operations department the twenty eleven eggs NBA executive of the year led the bulls to the playoffs in seven of his ten years as general manager Jerry Reinsdorf quote gar Forman worked tirelessly for the Chicago Bulls organization first as a scout then as an executive he made many significant contributions during his time here and help to bring some of the brightest young basketball talent to our team from Derrick rose joking Noah and Taj Gibson and Jimmy Butler and Coby white he has been a trusted adviser and friend to me over the years and on behalf of everyone I want to thank him for his commitment to the organization Kerr will always be part of our bowls family there you go well said we said it last week that he would not be continuing with this organization like we said on the show on Friday there that I've been hearing from multiple people I trusted he was done and would not be around wouldn't even be like director of Alaskan scouting he was done so gar Forman has been relieved of his duties and is no longer with the organization on the basketball operations

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Coby White Scores 33, Wizards’ Bradley Beal Scores 53, But Chicago Bulls Win

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Coby White Scores 33, Wizards’ Bradley Beal Scores 53, But Chicago Bulls Win

"The wizards were getting blown out in the windy city trailing by as many as twenty five before a somewhat respectable second half committed to one twenty six one seventeen loss to the Chicago Bulls Bradley Beal scored a career high fifty three points in defeats and made some franchise history parables a certain

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Coby White Scores 33, Wizards’ Bradley Beal Scores 53, But Chicago Bulls Win

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Coby White Scores 33, Wizards’ Bradley Beal Scores 53, But Chicago Bulls Win

"Stephanie the wizards were getting blown out in the windy city trailing by as many as twenty five before a somewhat respectable second half made it a one twenty six one seventeen loss to the Chicago Bulls Bradley Beal scored a career high fifty three points in defeats and made some franchise history Tyra moved to second on this because I was honest I know you never dream of this is amazing to see any kind of run around or in front of me and you know more for all fifty three does away our next quick turnaround for the wages they host the NBA leading Milwaukee Bucks at seven

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In Black America: Spencer Haywood

In Black America

11:18 min | 1 year ago

In Black America: Spencer Haywood

"Player and very like we had out here in Vegas gained all of the players on that team Blake Griffin. All of the young guys coming up and giving me hugs and kisses. And thank you me because you know in that situation just in terms of dollars from Lebron James. He's got an extra one hundred million dollars. Toby gotta one extra one hundred million dollars Lake Griffin got an extra fifty million dollars Kevin Durant who give me a big hug and kiss each got seventy five million dollars extra so the number one dollars and sense that give you an example of what it is because with with four years have yet to wait four years after your high school graduate. You wouldn't lose that kind of capital and you lose that plant on you will lose four entitled number. That will help them get into the hall. Laid on those numbers would be race. And you don't know what happened four years then in College Spencer Haywood Aba Nba Legend and hall of Famer. Hey will always be remembered that the person opened the door for underclassmen college basketball players to leave college early to enter the NBA thereby creating the Spencer Haywood Rule Haywood attended the University of Detroit and help the US Olympic team to a gold medal at the nineteen sixty eight summer games in Mexico City. Nineteen sixty eight. After two years in college he decided to enter the NBA draft citing family financial hardship the NBA however at the time for players entering the draft until four years. After the high school graduation. Hey would then sign with the ABA. Denver rockets play one season leading the league in scoring and rebounding as a rookie since he now had a professional season under his belt he decided to challenge the NBA rule. Once again and signed with the Seattle Supersonics in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine the NBA wasn't having it. Hey will the league all the way to the US or frame court and one on September eleven? Two Thousand Fifteen. He wasn't Tryin Naismith Basketball Hall of fame. I'm John Johansen Junior and welcome to another edition of and Black America on this week's program. Aba An NBA Legend and hall of Famer Semester. Haywood in Black America. Charles Barkley went out on a limb when this stuff was acting when they were acting crazy. And I'm they missed me like the last time of going into the hall of fame and I was like put on the backburner right house. Barclay stepped up and said on. Nuff is enough and did it publicly. He did it every way you said enough is enough now. This is not right and he stood up as a player and he started educating young players. Like do y'all know who is in our presence with Spencer Haywood Blah Blah. And he started talking about. You know there's like three cases that changed the face of force in one dispenser Haywood Heywood versus the NBA. I went to the Supreme Court and then play a young player. Started like Whoa wait a minute. I know him I see him but I never knew that until Charles was the one that should should should be there. And he's my what you call. My advocate advocate is Just to a good person. Just a wonderful person. Spencer Haywood won Olympic gold medal in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight at age nineteen and signed with the Seattle Supersonics two years later after dominating the ABA and a case that went to the US Supreme Court he sued the NBA or rule that prohibited players being draft until the league until they waited for years after graduating from high school. He won that case and nineteen eighty. He won a world championship with the Los Angeles Lakers as a twenty rookie in nineteen sixty nine. Seventy season he led the American Basketball Association both scoring and rebounding and was named the League's Most Valuable Player and rookie of the year. One on April twenty seven nineteen forty nine and silver city Mississippi into a family of Chen Children Hayward grew up in a dying era of American history. His mother picked cotton for two dollars a day and Heywood joined her in the field at the age of five hundred sixty four he moved to Chicago then to Detroit in the motor city. He leads pershing high school to the one thousand nine hundred sixty seven Michigan class. A State Basketball Championship. He went on to a stellar careers at Trinidad State Junior College and the University of Detroit in the summer of nineteen nine hundred sixty eight. He helped the United States to a gold medal at the Olympic Games in Mexico City on September. The eleventh. Two Thousand Fifteen. Hey what was inducted into Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of fame? My first reaction was You know is this fact in. Is this true because I had had Three falls a long before that because most reporters and most people who look at numbers and they at by numbers as a player and that this guy was. Mvp of the ABA averaging thirty and twenty five years with the Seattle Supersonics average in twenty six and thirteen and Olympic record holder and all of these different categories and as still as leading score and also was the outstanding college player of the year. So they look at all these things and they just assume that everybody thought again. Then you know also I went to the Supreme Court to fight he would versus the NBA to pave the way for Lebron's Michael Jordan magic. All of them they come through what is called. I the NBA. They call it early entry and now. I think it should be called what it is to Spencer. Haywood because they have the Larry Bird rule and they have Oscar Robertson. Rule regrettably Oscar but I know they promote birds and Larry Bird's modified version of my role. Larry Bird came in on a dispenser. It will but anyway so for years we thought this would happen and then there was a couple of false alarms that it did happen. So I was kidding around with John Deliver with the The Chairman and CEO. The hall and he was mentioning. You know. Well I probably spend Kareem. Rise is always the top. Yeah I said well. What does that got to do with with Kareem abdul-jabbar? My my blonde jokes Right so so Yeah it was. It was delighted. Mandic to get the call and to finally get to call it. Finally get it in but you know my mother used to sing this whole Psalm Lord and may not come when you want and buddies right on time. And that's my Jackson right so you know if it had to happen any other time. I think it would have been not as powerful as it is today and It was right on time. And it's on God's time so I'm very grateful and very humble Vita journey understand so once. You heard that you were going to be inducted. Walk us through that period from the time that you got to call to the induction ceremony that took place last Friday. September the eleventh. What all the activities have you been involved with. Well I've been all over the country Speaking and people wanting to know this story because it's a unique story and it is basketball history but yeah you know it hasn't been told so It's a new newfound appreciation for Spencer. Haywood so players have been embracing me like only at USA basketball here. In Las Vegas Games all the players on that team Blake Griffin. All of the young guys coming up and giving me hugs and kisses and thanking me. Because you know that situation just in terms of dollars and cents per Lebron James. He's got an extra one hundred million dollars. Coby got a one extra one hundred million dollars but griffin got extra fifty million dollars Kevin Durant who give me a big hug. 'cause he's got seventy five million dollars extra so that's the numbers in dollars and sense that. I give you an example of what it is because with with four years. If you have to wait for years after your high school classic graduate you would lose that kind of capital and you'll lose that plan time loser scoring titles you'll lose numbers that will help them get into the hall. Later on those numbers would be raced. And you don't know what's going to happen in four years in college. You could get hurt. A lot of things could happen so they fully appreciating news. So it's a good feeling because of forty four years more to this to happen so it is It is right on time on God. Signed so and then I went to I've been doing a lot of golf. Tournaments or charitable events and also just playing a lot and I spend a Lotta time with my family. My daughters and in fact I gotTA leave Again next week my next two oldest daughters having our first grand and So I gotta go in go through the process with her and It is it is a spectacular time and I also sit back John and and think about the times we were sitting in your dad's barber shop. They all sunset and this and just Nevada in Detroit for people who don't know right in Detroit Michigan and John Fathers where we congregate And and and and do our conversation and get a nice. Yeah because he didn't allow us to walk around. I hair off falling away years and stuff. So that's right. Yeah you know that's right So we would sit there and listen and talk and just pass the ball sports but all so I've been reflecting on Detroit. I went over to my neighborhood yesterday. day before yesterday and spent some time over there. Thursday and looking around and just just hearing up. Because done you know the story you know. When I came up from Mississippi I had no place to say I had no family there and James and either bill took in and adopted me along with my coach. Will Robinson and then we had waned diet. Dr Wayne die of your your own zone by Diet. Right Do all of my academics bring me up to snuff there. Oh my God it was just A. It's just a lot of love was having an and I see in Detroit and it's always been that way you know. They've always reached out and help each

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Why Is Snoop Dogg In a Social-Media Feud With Gayle King?

GSMC Entertainment Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

Why Is Snoop Dogg In a Social-Media Feud With Gayle King?

"This feud sparked between Snoop Duke Dog and Gayle King after a controversial controversial interview aired between Gayle King and WNBA EX player. Lisa Leslie and and the issue stemmed from the enemy between the two when Gayle King asked Lisa Leslie if she thought Kobe. Bryant's legacy as complicated because of vase sexual assault charge back in two thousand three and interview Gilkey kind of persists as she pushes on the issue asking if the entire situation should be left in the past or is it really part of his history and let me pause right there. Oh quick so I can give my two sons. I don't think that was the correct time nor the place to mention that especially during you know this grieving time that Koby. Bryant's family is going through. So I definitely think Gayle King messed up right there by even mentioning are bringing that up. You're bringing up a Sexual assault case that was dismissed into dozen three and she had all those all those years to bring it up and talk about it when Coby Bryan was here but you decide talk about it when he's gone and he's not even there to defend themselves. So that's where my issue it. And that's where Snoop Dogg had an issue with as well like I said the case case was dismissed into doesn't three thousand four because the victim didn't want to testify and how Lisa Leslie responded to this question Shen She states I think the media should be more respectful at this time. I don't think it's something that we should keep hanging over his legacy and I hi. One hundred percent agree with Lisa. Leslie's answer I think she said it perfectly the like I said they had all those years to talk about the issue. She won't question Kobe Bryant but they wait until after he passes to bring up the issue and honestly. That's probably one of my biggest concerns with the media. I I know it's ironic because I'm in media. You know I do these podcast. I talk about entertainment news but my when I my thing with media is just being more sensitive imprudent with questions when you're interviewing everyone I know like the whole point with media like the you know you're trying to get the first exclusive interview or you're trying to be the first one find out about something but like I just think that a lot up journalists and people involved in the media industry needed just be a little more prudent and especially when it involves deaths and grieving and mourning of someone who we we all lost really. I think you know we need to be a little more respectful when it comes to that so following the interview dots. All the heat came came up many criticize gayle king honestly such as myself. I raised my eyebrows when I saw that interview clip and Snoop Dogg. Also criticised is who told her explicitly. Respect the family and back off. Be If you know what I mean by be you know what I mean by being before we come get get you okay. That's what snoop said honestly kinda sounds like a threat before we come get you you know and we all know uncle snoop. That's that's not a threat that's a promise. Almost like knowing snoop dogg's background and amongst the he said some other explicit very like vile language. Honestly that I will not I repeat on this episode on so Snoop Dogg was explicitly telling her like we're GonNa come get you and like calling her all these names and you you know following all the criticism Gayle King. Try to explain herself. Her side of the story via twitter stating that many people took her question out of context tax since. CBS News only posted the clip of that one particular question regarding Kobe Bryant so in her defense she stating you know things. Things are out of context. CBS News they only showed one part of the interview. They didn't like the four hour. I didn't Ask about the rape allegations asked about this this and that his family his relationship with other MBA players. But still even don't like my purse again. This is all opinion of mine right. My opinion still stands in which I still don't think Gayle King should have even brought up those rape allegations allegations or sexual assault case. That was dismissed years ago to taint his legacy or like to. I Dunno spiral some type of conversation nation especially during this extremely sensitive and crucial time where Vanessa Bryant and his girls and his family are just grieving still. I just don't think it was a time time or place and I don't think it should ever be brought up really ever. It hasn't been talked about in years and years. So why does Gayle King. What a bring it up and talk about the specific issue shoe now now that he has passed now that he's not here to defend themselves so I still stand in my position in which she should not have even brought up that a question

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Noem prepares to again introduce 'riot-boosting' legislation, Wyoming high school basketball teams remember NBA legend Kobe Bryant

Native America Calling

03:59 min | 1 year ago

Noem prepares to again introduce 'riot-boosting' legislation, Wyoming high school basketball teams remember NBA legend Kobe Bryant

"With national native news are Hughes Infra Antonio Gonzales South Dakota Governor Christie gnome is resurrecting legislation designed to squelch pipeline protests and collect money from from protests supporters. The governor's new version of the laws designed to fix legislation passed last year. That was declared unconstitutional. Victoria wicks has this report. One of the bills introduced last. Last year was dubbed the riot boosting law and it was designed to stifle protests like the one in two thousand sixteen that drew thousands of people standing rock to oppose the Dakota access says pipeline South Dakota's proposed riot boosting law made various protests related activities punishable under both criminal and civil law as a result activists activists and environmental organisations were threatened with prison fines and settlements if they donated money or other support to a protest that turned violent. The governor vendor rushed the riot boosting legislation in anticipation of two thousand nineteen construction season for the keystone. Xl pipeline criticism of the legislation was also swift gift with environmentalists and tribes angry. That they were left out of a planning process that had started months earlier and included Transcanada at the table. The bill was passed into law. But it met a quick and when federal judge found major portions unconstitutional in his injunction judge Lawrence Pearsall applied constructive criticism line-by-line he examined the law for violations of First Amendment Rights to free speech and assembly. Anti pointed out how it could be fixed now. The legislation flation has been reconstructed and resurrected as it turned out. Last year's rushed to enactment was unwarranted. Transcanada missed the two thousand nineteen construction season season because of ongoing lawsuits in Montana. This year the company has announced it intends to start preconstruction activities in February but the impasse in Montana. Federal Federal Court still has not been resolved for National Native News. I'm Victoria wickson rapid city South Dakota state champion Wyoming Indian high schools team colors are red white and blue but there was a lot of purple and gold on the court at this week's basketball practice in honor of late. NBA Legend Kobe. Bryant Wyoming Public Radio's Savannah Maher or has this audio post card. I was just at home watching. TV just the regular Sunday evening. I see on the news and I can't really imagine it on on facebook facebook. Everybody's talking about it at another like I was like all these guys are just joking. I overheard it from my grandma and my own cousin who came over to tell my grandmom all Danke really he died. I kinda start. Tearing Up Chris Practice started pretty quiet this morning. Usually the guys are upbeat. And we're ready to go and it was KINDA SAMBA. Real quiet quiet. Kobe passing ways really hurts a lot of heart because we watched him growing up and ruined a lot of our moves from him. We had an unbelievable work ethic. He was hustler his mob mentality. No everybody pretty much. Let's talk about his mom. And METALLICA. Has Effect on me like everything put in basketball at school like work watching coby on TV was like I think it was really inspiring. That's probably why I'm out for ball now because all these great players especially coby got me out on the court talk but micro growing up. Kobe was blake a really big role model. Not only for me but like for my family. I also grow in a big basketball family so I started pretty young to basketball's room important in Indian country. I mean all our babies are planned tiny ties to and They all look too good players. That piece was produced by Wyoming public. Radio's Savannah Mar with National Native News. I'm Art Hughes

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Kobe Bryant on Life, Love and Legacy

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

09:44 min | 1 year ago

Kobe Bryant on Life, Love and Legacy

"This has been very challenging twenty four hours for me Kobe. Bryant just passed and my condolences thoughts love prayers to his family and the families that were involved the other passengers messengers who pass and their family. I had the honour of sitting down with coby about a year ago and talking about love talking about life talking about beautiful things and when I heard the news I was like most people in shock. I checked to confirm firm that it was not fake and then I laid around for almost twenty four hours and reflected and really just heard stories about how much he meant to people watch videos thought about my time with him reflected on the pain that the family must be going through and the families of the victims That were involved in this accident and just really sad really sad about the whole situation Shen and I can only imagine you know me being sad as someone who barely knew him and knew him for an hour of time in a few text messages. Afterwards I feel sad for the people that knew him very well and Kalihi Magin the pain that they're feeling and the hurt and the confusion and I just want and I sent lots of love to everyone involved who truly knew Kobe. An intimate way and a lot of people have been asking me to to rush reshare the interview with him. They said it was one of the most powerful interviews that ever seen with him. They said they never heard him talk about the things he talked about. Can we talk talk about love and intimacy and the questions that he has yet to answer for himself. We talked about so many different moments in his career. Your moments from his childhood and so many people Afterwards told me that it was one of the most powerful episode. ESPN cut up multiple clips and unshared it all over social media and their website and I was flattered by this. I just you know was a curious person loved his work. I loved his The way he thought his mentality his work ethic and as a fan I just wanted to great interview at our member. Getting getting the opportunity to sit down with him. I wanted to share with you my lessons from what I learned about him. And then make sure that I WE'RE GONNA post a full interview as well. Well attached to this. But I wanted to share my thoughts of what I experienced and the type of man that I experienced when I got to sat down with him. It was crazy. I was talking with Tiffany. Who Films and edits the podcast? Because she went to his office with me and so I was reflecting with her saying him. What was it like for you and we're going back and forth? So here's what happened. Here's the story and I want you to know how powerful this person wants. And how humble at the same time he was someone on our podcast team had said. Hey Kobe's publicist and reach out to me and is looking to do some press. Talk talk about his new podcast opinions and he said he's only free like three weeks out. He's got a couple of window that are open up the time that opened in a few weeks. Are you vailable and I said call them back. Tell them I'll be there I tomorrow morning because we don't book this right now. How three weeks to pass and they're going to reschedule and reschedule and it's Never GonNa happen so I said do not hang up the phone until you get them to confirm? I will go anywhere anywhere anytime anyplace tomorrow morning. You just tell me when and where I will be there. I said do not hang up until you get them to confirm And they get back to us and say okay tomorrow morning. His office which is in Orange County seven thirty. A M I think is when it was supposed to start sometime Tom early sometime before the work day was seven thirty eight. AM or something. I said great done now. This was about five or six o'clock at night the night before and I'm going to a concert this night to support another guest we had on Lindsey stirling so you had a concert in La. I said I'll be there so I ended up going the concert. She doesn't come on too late and I don't get back to about twelve thirty now. I'm I'm I've got the big interview done in about in eight hours right and I haven't prepared yet I haven't prepared and I'm kind of nervous but I'm also like this is going to be amazing like I'm so excited for this. It was also so better than I didn't have a week to prepare in my mind because I think it would have built it up too much. I would have been maybe a little nervous or not sure and it was actually perfect. So I- i- tiffany. WHO's filming comes over? Grabs the camera gear around five. AM or something. And I'm like we gotta get there early. We need to make an hour and a half early. Like the publicist said. We only have twenty minutes. We've got to be ready. You need to turn the camera on the lights on the Mike's on it's got to be ready to go get the most out of this in twenty minutes. Now she comes over. We get the camera we hop in my car and I start playing during the first two episodes of his podcast puny. which if you haven't down the peonies it's amazing and parents? You gotta you gotTa have your kids. Listen to this and it's really going to Continue to further legacy of what he created because they're really inspiring cartoon episodic cartoons for kids to overcome doubt out in insecurity and fear and all these things that we talk about in the school greatness. So I listened the first two episodes and I'm just like wow this guy's talented as a storyteller as director as a writer he is talented. He's not just great basketball player. He's a talented storyteller. And I go tiffany. You know we got about an hour and a half drive so I go. Tiffany like find everything. You can't any unique fact any detail about Kobe's life what I need to know early days parents you I know living in Italy well how many languages has really speak. Just tell me everything you can think of. And she's downloading me and I'm just taking all in as I'm driving down there. Now we're taking the four four or five down to Orange County right and so then we finally get there. It's probably a no six thirty. Six forty five am and this is one the most memorable things that I'll always remember about coby so we get there. We're waiting in the lobby of this building. That he's in his offices Dan and were there for maybe ten fifteen minutes I call the the publicist or the person coordinating as assistant at the time to let us in and she lets US Santa about ten fifteen minutes later and so we go into the office. There's no one there. There's no one there. She's turning the lights on. It's this nice media business office office right. We go in there and she's like okay. Here's where we normally film and this location where they normally found was not in my opinion up to standards of the visuals that I wanted to have to represent the sooner bureau so I said can we look around the office and see if there's any other space to maybe set up a little mini studio. She said sure so. We walk around and we we go down this long haul and as long hallway has all these kind of Offices to the sides of each side of the hallway with big windows does the you can see inside the board room booking offices and as I'm walking down I see the lights. Were off and most of them and and I don't think anything of it but I keep walking down and I see the other end of the office. I'm like nat like this over here. Let's walk back and as we're walking back down this kind of glass hallway alway of offices I take a glimpse over to my left and I see this one office all the lights are off and I see us just a figure in the back corner looking up. No computer on no phone on just sitting at a desk looking into the ceiling is what it looked like. And I'm like that's Coby coby. He's in the office at six. Forty five am sitting there little dreaming. I don't even know what he was doing. He was just looking up and not working not on any device just their lights off and I was like what am I asked her. I go is that Colby. Toby and she's like yeah. I go here. I thought no one was here. She goes oh he's been here for at least an hour like A. What are you kidding me? An Hour I'm like what's he doing. He's preparing for the day. He's got a lot to do today after you. who was coming at little Wayne was coming in to do an interview to interview him? After me. A bunch of different meetings and projects he was working on. And I was like little Wayne's coming in right after me. So he's whole production crew is they're setting setting up about an hour later. It was crazy right so I go. Wow so he's been here for these hours she goes Oh yeah he's always the first one end and and typically the last one to leave what this is so in that moment I was just blown away. Because here's a man who has done it all at this time he'd already won an Oscar he had five NBA Championships Olympic gold medalist. Twenty years in the League. He'd done it all made eight a ton of money. He had nothing else to prove and forty years old. I one in the office hours before anyone

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Jimmy Kimmel ditched his studio audience for a somber tribute to Kobe

Mason & Ireland

05:29 min | 1 year ago

Jimmy Kimmel ditched his studio audience for a somber tribute to Kobe

"Jimmy Kimmel. Who does this show from here in L. A. had coby on his show fifteen times times and was so affected By the accident and by his death that he decided to send the studio audience home last night he did not have a studio the audience and he opened his show by saying this. Hi I'm Jimmy Kimmel and tonight show is going to be different from our usual. We'll show we don't have a studio audience here tonight because going forward with a comedy show didn't feel right considering what happened yesterday. So I'd like to speak to you. Directly we as you undoubtedly know Koby Bryant and his daughter Jonah and seven of their friends were killed in a helicopter crash yesterday here in Los Angeles and that was a punch in the gut for many of us. Kobe was and I know this might not make sense but he was just the last person you could ever imagine something like this happening to. He was so strong and handsome and smart and energetic he was a hero. And when I say that I don't mean hero like real heroes like firefighters or doctors and nurses who actually save lives. I don't mean to compare what he did for a living moving to what they do. I know there are more important. Things have basketball. Almost everything is more important but Kobe was a hero in the way. Superman is a hero. He was so big. It was almost like he was a fictional character. A real life superhero with a costume and everything walking amongst us. Those of us. Who Love the Lakers? No it seemed like he always came through. He always showed up to save the day he wanted to save the day. He had a force of will will. He never gave up as an athlete. He was incredibly gifted more than almost anyone. He was talented beyond reasoning. Yet he worked harder than everyone. He work harder than people with much less talented he had. He took his job and his pursuit of excellence so seriously he was completely dedicated to being as good as he possibly could be which is inspiring to anyone who does anything and we loved him because of that but we also loved him because he was ours we watched him grow up here he came to La when he was a teenager and unlike almost every other superstar athlete he never left in his twenty year career he will only wear to uniforms. Forums for the Lakers and for the United States Olympic team. There were times when it seemed like he would leave but he didn't he stayed until the end and e someone almost everyone in. This city loved not just Lakers fans. Everyone would light up when they saw myself. Many times he was special he was a special person a great basketball player for sure but more than that he had so many interests outside of sports he was intensely curious he would call people. He admired to interview them. Business leaders writers inventors. He was always learning always improving hunger for that when he was injured when he tore his Achilles. I sent him a book and he to my surprise prize's read it and then called me to discuss it in maniacal detailing want to know everything about it and then I was like. I don't know Kobe. I didn't write it. I just bought the book and I had to put them in touch with the guy who wrote the book and that's what he was like. I'd many conversations Kobe off of television and they always involved his daughter's water's always you. Once retired for basketball his life revolved around their lives. He was very proud of them. He loved being a father when my son had heart surgery he he checked in with me repeatedly he made a point once. Billy my son was out of the hospital to meet him. He wanted to meet him and from time to time. You check in to see how he was doing and yes I know he was not a perfect person. I understand that a my intention is not to canonize him or or make judgements about things. I don't know anything about but I will say he loved this family. He worked very hard and he brought a lot of joy to a lot of people in this city. And we're going to miss him and I hope you'll pray for his daughter Jonah. And for their mother Vanessa for the three girls. Kobe left behind lost their father and their sister and his friends were on that flight. Within the Altobelli Family Christina mousers family. Chester family are as a buy-in the pilot. I can't imagine how much they are missed. This was a terrible loss for those families and the Lakers for Kobe teammates fans. It's just there's no silver lining here. It's it's all bad. It's all sad. He was a bright light. And that's how I wanNA remember him and you're hitting all sorts of reactions like this Carmelo Anthony any now. Just put up an instagram post. Chris Paul put up an instagram posts. I think people are starting people who have been able to utter a word the last two days. We've seen Lebron last night now. Carmelo and C. P. Three today read part of the Carmelo. Anthony Post he says I hate when I have so much to say but I can't put any of it into words the times I have the most to say are the Times that I can't talk. I'm screaming inside but I can't be heard you don't know how hard it is to pretend to smile when I have these clouds of emotions you you just called me and told me you were coming to the game Friday and that you were proud of me so colby colby had talked to Carmelo and was planning to be at the game Friday night

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Glen Keane Was Drawn to Kobe Bryant for 'Dear Basketball'

The Frame

06:52 min | 1 year ago

Glen Keane Was Drawn to Kobe Bryant for 'Dear Basketball'

"When Kobe Bryant retired twenty sixteen he penned a farewell letter to to the game that he called dear basketball? It was later turned into an animated short film by veteran animator. Glen Keane with music by John Williams the composer for star our wars and other classic films. This is all I have left to give a mind can in handle the grind body news time to say goodbye. Dear Basketball won an academy award in two thousand. Eighteen keen is a former Disney animator. Her you'd never met Kobe prior to the making of deer basketball and he told me about that nervous first meeting when Kobe and his family visited his animation studio that day. He he showed up with Vanessa and the girls and we brought him an and there was this moment of like. Uh what's Kobe going to think of. This tiny little studio was in little duplex. And I mean it wasn't like the big fancy studios this and you looked around and saw the sketches on the wall. And you know for a moment I thought oh I know. He's got to be disappointed. Did he said it's perfect. Yeah they're recording of of Kobe's monologue. His his read comes comes off is Very intimate what conversations. Did you have with him about the recitation of of the peace. Did you sort sort of guide him or coach him at all. We walk down the street from our little studio too recording studio at the end of a point Setia. Yeah it's a recording studio. Where actual Michael Jackson recorded thriller and Coby was so nervous to go in there like this? I mean he's such a fan of Michael Jackson's work and when we came time to record Kobe was very quiet he he delivered it in in a very simple straightforward conversational way. I thought okay. Good well he's got that done. Now he's going to deliver something more dramatic second time exactly clearly the same their time delivered exactly the same and at that point I realized this is it. Kobe's going to deliver something very pure entirely sincere. Not Inflected selected not dramatized. He's not performing. He's revealing who he is and it became the the driver for for the the way. Every part of this whole piece was going to be. I am wondering if he was thinking in terms of creating something that would speak speak for itself after he was gone. Not only from the basketball court but from from life An and was he thinking about his legacy and future generations nations and how they viewed him for Kobe. He knew what he had done in setting a path for others. So this was this was his purpose us very much to inspire new generations beyond him. I mean that was very intentional. Talking to coby he would have this intense fierce look in his eyes that would his spirit spirit in this movie had to connect to you in a very visceral way like him and I told the Kobe Kobe. I can't just animate you moving across in shooting the ball. I have to know what's in your head. What's in your heart? How how are you feeling? So we went shot by shot through Youtube of Kobe's twenty greatest plays and he remembered -membered every moment and described that moment why he was able to do that shot. What was his intention? I could live live in his skin. That's what was for nanometer. It's all about living in the skin of someone you animate. I mean there was a a His fade shot. Where he he would throw his right hip out a little bit left? Hip was just back just for enough enough and then you know he would come at the opponent and then back off and leap up into the air at a certain angle and do the whole thing and I studied it and I knew it I knew it exactly the angle of his hand so I mean early on. I said Kobe. You've got the worst basketball player in the world animating. Neal Neil said that's okay Glenn because everything you learn about basketball is going to be through studying him so after film was done we. You're at the Lakers. Training Center and the lights were off on the court and I walked in and grabbed a basketball. I thought I can do this. I mean this was so much about Kobe. Set your mind to it and you study and you you can do it so I got the ball. I went way back into a three point shot. I mean way back. I wasn't making it easy on myself. And I travelled ball then I jumped and through my right hip out and my hand was ninety degrees everything and all the way to releasing the ball and coby would say you know even after the ball was off of his fingertips. I felt like still had enough control. If I pull my finger back might just not bounce too hard on the backboard. I mean there was this mystical connection between him and the ball and I felt all of that insight as released the ball. It was flying. I could not believe it straight for the basket ask it on a perfect arc Iran. I was dumbfounded and that fell ten feet short. But how do you read the words now in the aftermath of this tragedy. There's a profound depth to them about him talking about his his body. Not being able to go on. It's time to give it up time to let it go.

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Bulls rookie Coby White hits seven 3-pointers, outscores Knicks by himself in fourth quarter of win

Steve Cochran

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Bulls rookie Coby White hits seven 3-pointers, outscores Knicks by himself in fourth quarter of win

"Team considered the NBA record for three pointers in a quarter is nine last night bulls rookie Colby white hit seven in the fourth quarter most made in a quarter by a bull or by any NBA rookie the bulls beat the neck one twenty one

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"coby" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"coby" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Say it's really good for the first three picks. After that, you know, it's kind of a toss up and given how much the number four pick may be in play. I think it could get really interesting. You know what surprised me? And maybe on late to the game on some trend here. But I looked at somebody's predicted picks for the first round, and I saw minus the overseas players who maybe a little older. One senior. Yeah, I the kid from a university of Washington. The rest dominated by freshmen and sophomores. Well, it's gotten to the point. Now where if you stay in college till your senior year, there's something wrong with you. And, and in fact, it's, it's a Mark against you. You know why, why weren't you able to come out? So I've found that the, you know, if you look back stark, we lie the greatest players to come out of college and make it in the pros, work guys, who stayed for four years, ran eldest jumps to my mind right away. Because he was here. And yet, that seems to have passed now it's, it's you know, as I Williamson and they Barrett and various garland and Coby white. They're all freshmen Gondree, hunters, sophomore and relatives. They're, they're like season, you know, if you can get seasons out, they listen, this isn't going to change more than I mean, it's gonna move backwards the other way they're going to be taking kids out of high school very quickly. And so we'll get used to it. Senior is, is basically an outcast. What do you see with the Kevin Durant injury? As the impact on this draft. I think this is I mean. Kevin Durant, and Klay Thompson, not only got injured. They change the entire NBA when they got injured. Suddenly there was a rush in Los Angeles to get that Anthony Davis fields on which is now moved a lot of other players around the board because they on opening, you know, the LEGO space, Golden State was perfectly healthy and had won the championship. I don't care who lebrons put on his team with them. They weren't going to beat them. But now the sudden it's like, hey, it's wide open here. And yeah, maybe Portland gets better. Maybe maybe Houston finally gets attacked together. But on the other hand, they weren't able to make it before, and your Los Angeles is trying to make an all out push. I think for a third guy to sign with Anthony Davis. And all I can say things better, better going, heavy aerobic training thing because then they only have five guys team right now. So there's no substitute. You know, the good news. We got really great players. The bad news. Anybody buys them, and as we saw with the NBA finals this year. That is a lot more important than you think if you really look at, you know, pure talent you could argue the pure talent at least in the starting lineup Golden State had had way, more of it, but look ended up winning Toronto with guys like vanfleet and, and Serge Ibaka, and other people coming off the bench. So I'm not convinced you can just do this with with three or four three star starters..

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Kobe Bryant ranks himself, LeBron James and Michael Jordan to avoid eating cow tongue

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Kobe Bryant ranks himself, LeBron James and Michael Jordan to avoid eating cow tongue

"With the late late show last night. James corden had Coby Bryan on the basketball player, and they played spill your guts or fill your guts where you either answer a question that you really don't want to answer or you eat something disgusting like a cow's tongue. So Colby had a cow's tongue in front of him. Or he had to answer who's the best basketball player himself Koby Bryant, Michael Jordan or LeBron James. Here's how he is. Michael second bed.

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"coby" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"coby" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Eight shooting against the cardinals on Saturday. Cam Johnson six nine graduate transfer at a moon township Pennsylvania that such a great year shooting the basketball forty seven percent from behind the arc. But for the first time all season did not hit a three in the last game against Louisville. Luke maye, six eight senior at huntersville, averaging fourteen and a half points. That is sixteen best in the ACC better than ten rebounds per contest that has tops in the conference and garrison Brooks six nine sophomore, Lafayette, Alabama, averaging nine points and five and a half rebounds per game, Carolina's traditional home whites with the Carolina blue numbers letters and trimmed the Argyle all the way down the side of uniforms and shorts. Notre Dame and navy blue road today with the gold numbers letters in Trump three very familiar names at the official spot Roger airs, Jamie lucky and Ted Ballantyne Mr. airs throwing the. The ball in the air and Carolina wins the opening tip as Kenny Williams brings it in. He'll give it to Coby white. And as you may have heard ROY Williams say tar heels are facing a zone, and they'll shoot a three and three Toby white got the pass from Brooks and Kobe berries, the triple from the right side. Always a good time. When you make your first shot and particularly after the ball movement. He knew it was going to happen. You knew you were going to see zone. How Carolina was going to play against was the question. I possession under your under your belt tarheels made three three pointers the entire game on Saturday, the freshman hub in the left corner. He's in trouble picking up his dribble and has to take time out Gobi white closed in on him after hub picked up the basketball and with just seven seconds left on the shot clock. Only thirty nine seconds gone in the game. A timeout is called so Carolina. Nice start Eric as you mentioned move the ball in the middle of. Zone. Good pass by Brooks out to white for the three. And then they force the very early time out by the Irish do you look at what Carolina did they extended their defense way out now against this team. You gotta be careful because although they do have an inside presence in muni and Eski, but you've really got to be careful when you do that and protect the goal. They had good back core in the middle. They had protection with garrison Brooks inside. And you saw that hard man to man pressure found the corner where you got an extra defender in the out of bounds line in bounced taken away by Coby Whitey as it poked from behind out of bounds by Prentice hub. But white stole the inbounds, then hub saved the easy bucket for the heels by punching it away white still has that. Right wrist and kind of the pace of his Tom heavily tape for memory took that big spill in the second half and the game on Saturday, but his fully available today. Inbounds goes to garrison. Brooks. Tar heels up three nothing ball into the paint right side to make good Passover left corner. Johnson for three in and out. Boy that thing was seventy five percent of the way in but pop down and moody brought in the rebound for Notre Dame. In the frontcourt. Tries to hand off to Gibbs in all -fensive foul called on hub as he ran into Kenny Williams who tried to take away the hand off. So hub was trying to hand it to Gibbs Williams kinda got him between them and hub called for the foul. So couple of nice defensive efforts here early for Carolina against his own may gets into the paint. His one handed floater is no good from in front of the Ramat. Another rebound for Notre Dame. Laszewski. Brought that one in. So the hills have had good looks on every shot, but only one of them gone in so far Carolina three nothing. Eighteen forty to go first half. Harvey out near the time line one on one with Cam Johnson right handed dribble into the paint, heavy traffic and a foul is called. This is on Cam Johnson as Brooks had gone over to help on the driving Harvey and a lot of contact between the three players, but the foul called on Johnson is his first. So that'll put Harvey at the line seventy-five percent shooter there. Nothing Monette on the first makes it three to one Harvey really good at keeping the ball. Low is still ball handler and sorta lay on that occasion attacked. Candy. We're going to be an early entry. Kenny Williams spell inside. The lane is Harvey was he bounces a little bit at the foul line. So if you're if you're leaning you can go into quickly. That's what happened. Now harvey'll have is last attempt, and it's up and good. So that's frustrating for the tar heels.

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"coby" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"coby" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Learn learn about Travis every day I wanted to move on. I'm looking. I'm looking at you. Your your optimism that we are talking to the break about LeBron the free throw shooting at the end of the game. Where's that optimism when we talk about the raiders the he can find the. So you're finding that shooting forty, six percent and you're talking about how it's not as bad as it looks? Well? No. What I, what I say is. You could turn it into whatever you wanna turn it into a make it very deem dark in all my God because he's the Bron he's a Laker. There was another great Laker here you could compare Kobe Bryant. You can compare it is, but you also can. I say, well, what about the fourth quarter of the games? What about those last fifteen seconds in overtime that he's missing those shots, but are they still winning the games that you know, give me everything don't just be germ spreader and give me a little bit to try to create something gets clear. I'm. That's the germs spread. But that's just he's taking twenty one free throws at the end of the games and he's missed fourteen of, yes, I understand that, but they're making it seem like they lost the game. You did. Who's the game last night? Yeah, I last night, but they're making it seem like all of those games. He lost in bet you any amount of money. He didn't lose all, but the comparisons to Kobe and everyone their inevitable in LeBron's comfortable with LeBron understands that that's just where he gonna hit. You gotta hit those and there's no, you. So number, you want the people to walk out of state boost to walk out of state, beat. Nature's vietna- saying, we got that dude. Last night, you walk on Staples, like, what did we get the ever see? Because you instinctively, especially kief over thirty five. The first thing you think of is Kobe would hit those thirty five because I think there's a, there's a generation thing where people kids growing up. They saw Brandon his prime. They saw Kobe doing nineteen pump fakes they miss Coby Coby Coby did. Under stepping. Coby. Yeah, they didn't really get to Abitur to see Coby Coby the Kobe wanted chips with shack. They didn't get channel right, so but you know anyone that's like that around thirty thirty five or older there, they know that Koby stepped up hit those two free throws. I just think it's unfair. You know, man, I think it's unfair to the Braun that the moment that they didn't fall, everybody starts Coby Coby would do that. Well, it's unfair. Bother LeBron one iota doesn't bother doesn't, but you still don't want to hear that noise. I worry more about the noise just generally speaking about the noise comparing LeBron Kobe specifically, but more just generally the noise of the three start the noise of. I get it. The noise didn't seem to bother Kyle Kuzma thirty seven last night of the noise didn't get to Josh already twenty and ten last night. If there's a silver lining to what we saw those two guys, two of the young guy second year guys, they just look incredibly comfortable out there playing with LeBron more quickly than some others. They're sitting your guys in the NBA, but remember though three and four year guys in college and that is the difference. For some reason. We forgotten that seniors play basketball or that college juniors know how to play basketball. We are so enamored with the one in Duns Kazin no soft Moore's that when a guy like Josh Hart, who won a national championship by the way for Villanova and bald the hell out when he did so he can, he can play and he may end up being a starter for a team that's in the playoffs. In his second year, you try and you know on this team this team here because you said eighteen. And if you remember. Over when I redid the draft, I may Josh heart number ten that if they were to redo the whole thing over again, coups was like three, Josh Hart. He also slept on because that's a whole lot of teams that would love to have what he's doing right now in their on their squad. They redid the drafts, you know, many players will be all over the place. You can't redo the draft. It was. It was top team. Coming up on the way. Do you put put Josh heart into the starting lineup?.

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"coby" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"coby" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Essay. Have a job. Possible runner test won a title and game seven for Coby. Destroy the pace, just just wreck them when they were really close to the title helped fuel this Kobe narrative because Coby was really bad. I mean he was. He was just not stellar guys. I don't twenty four and the game seven. Whoa, he knows what he was doing. He was just trying to get the people engaged on the offensive glass. That's all. He was trying to careful pad their rebounding stats donlevatar. So let me just get this straight. What you just gave us was limited fake John. Jon it. As will Smith's character in bed boys. My lower. Yeah, that's ticket. Mike Lowry to guts. Thank you there. It is Larry. Thank you. A lot better. Thank you. These live at our show with this two guys on ESPN radio. We are awaiting the front man for the struts. He'll be here in a moment. Mike. Can you tell me how long ago malice in the palace was because what I remember and I could man, I would like to talk about that for the rest of the time to maybe we can figure out show to doing another channel where we just talked about Mike francesa and the malice at the palace and don't do anything else. All right. Let's think I would enjoy that. Where were you? The night of November nineteen thousand four. Okay. So this panel man, kidding me is fourteen years ago. What I remember. Okay. Fourteen years ago I'm still a bit of a novice journalist coming into ESPN. I'm just starting at ESPN to do anything. I don't work for them. I still work at the Miami Herald. But what I remember about that night specifically was having my eyes open and it's instructive. Now, as you see what's happening around you. Jimmy Butler to how the media machine moves sometimes because that night, I remember the guys who were on television immediately after that fight on ESPN were pro player for going and punching the fans like strongly pro player, and I'm like, whoa, strongly pro player. And then the next morning, some of those same guys had an about face and I'm like, oh, wow, somebody made a phone call. There was there was a phone call made where people are walking back what they said the night before because there is someone at that company who just threw down lightning and the entire narrative shifted on on our network because I remember being struck by wait a minute. I got black people punching white fans in a sport that historically has had some race conundrums, and I've got black voices on television. Also telling me that that down with the players punching the fans and you shouldn't throw them the beer. And then the next day that conversation. Was very different and I just say anchors. You're saying though, right? I mean it was it was many of the same people. Yes. And I was just surprised by it just to prise a surprised at my naivety. That I would think of course, because because we're always navigating these weird lines around here between journalism and entertainment and being corporate partners with these people that we cover. And so what you see inflamed in Jimmy Butler situation like this is just the machine getting to work. Like of course, Rachel Nichols is going to get you Butler who else is gonna get Jimmy Butler. We're the ones with the basketball contract. That's how people sat down for twenty hours of documentary on ESPN plus, like basketball has to talk to us. We're partners. We're in bed with basketball all the time, and all of this is good for business for everybody for for everybody except the timber wolves. If the timber. Who cares. The timber wolves. And we're sorry about all this, but this is great. It's crazy though..

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"coby" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"coby" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"So ladies call ninety five eight zero Jalen endless voicemails. And we'll play on the show just like this yellower Jalen Coby should boy him again, calling out Columbia, South Carolina, updating guys, more Turkey for situation rays. How about guys? I remember getting day off because of my children day. Got cancelled due to the storm. So I'm still getting them chicks shot out the rich speaking checks. I got a couple of days off, moved off, move boss move. The first thing is I'm big Los Angeles Rams fan shop, Shammar vision onto the Rams, and we were paying the raiders opening Monday night football. We were down thirteen ten and a half, and I couldn't take it. 'cause I know we are better team and I know John overpaid and I have left the Rome. I left the house. I felt the party of lamb Sparty I couldn't watch it. When I left in the second half, we score twenty points for that assault move apostle and one more thing, kosher wise and south when my anti-burma 'cause there's anybody's cooking in the kitchen. You always stay out of the kitchen. You might be killed. You might get your head ripped off in the south. We don't play that. It's right that up there to let me know guys, man. This checking on the Jacoby metal shows are plastic shells through it all sin to my company, Columbia seven and mirror shop GPT salad to my gang cost. Lakers Rams LeBron shames get those six guys. Thanks for show me love. Thank you tomb. The shelf king of Columbia, South Carolina needs shelves. Metal shelves would shells. Plastic shelves got three shelves, bookshelves display shelves, Tim, got you. The shelves men, shells man said softened boss move. He was watching his favorite team, the Rams they were down. So he left the party and they came back. I just think it's no move. Not a boss move, not a sauce more. It just like a Malaya's fan we onto and I'm done with the, oh, and I'm watching the game. We play a lot better. Game. I learned when I was young that on work the podfather does this like the pop or makes you sit in a certain seat and changes changes? His hats, son is in the room and things go, bad kicks out the room like he's, he really thinks that he's control of the game. When you respect that or team has won. One playoff game is sixty years. I learned that superseded every chain, doesn't jersey. Work thanksgiving in a couple of weeks. That's our quads are Super Bowl. So the rest of the world get ready because that's what Detroit stand. The only ground. We're gonna hear that. Roll the yearlings the first ground year Jalen rose. Just thinking about the Super Bowl with his own two at line. Second hard rule stay out the kitchen. Is regional. On that out the terms data kitchen? No, just you can't go in the kitchen. If you go in the kitchen, they're serious ramifications. Reprecussions. It's just a hard rule stay at the kitchen. I think that's a southern thing. That's regional. That's almost like having debt furniture in the living room. That's the nicest piece in the house that has plastic on it, and it's been there for years and you're not allowed to sit on. If see, I think that once they got more room in the south, it's just more space. New York City apartment. You're in a Boston apartment you, you gotta get in the kitchen. It's three rooms in the house. Three rooms in a house and you just spend a million dollars exactly. Don't forget that part, Tim. I appreciate the upset update. You got you got the day off because of your children got the daycare day off, so it's not even your faults, your boss, a mad at you. That's a boss move. Worked out. Perfect. Worked out for you. If we ever need some shelves, if you need some shelves in the, you know the the Carolinas Georgia hollered, Tim, are we got time for one more voicemail, Reggie? Let's get it. Yo jazzy, Kover. This is kind of gave he from Atlanta, Georgia, actually from Birmingham, Alabama girl about the syfy I'm gonna set right now. I heard you guys talking about this negotiation piece that you can do when you go into jewelry store..

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"coby" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"coby" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Okay. The grizzlies. Okay. I got to be careful because he's my spur now so, but I'm just saying he's okay. All I'm saying is like, look, Coby Coby fans. Kobe fans is not Kobe fan against LeBron because willing to saying, teams get. Just I mean, I would have liked to drove a stake between them. How about a prime example? Paid many joining the Broncos. It wasn't overheating. There'll be no, John Elway won the championship. Then my pay. We have you because now we know we're closer to winning more championships with you as opposed to without you. That's a product that I can't make no better. I can't make it anybody. Elway wasn't as beloved and Denver's. Kobe is in LA boo. Hoo. Jar full. Watch booths, betas a you and guess what? I don't know hate make deep Peyton Manning Cain. What did you have give? He had four regularly MVP. He had the ones who lost another. John Elway had the to Super Bowl wins, although he had lost three and same thing come to Brian. Maybe uncle fans decided right away. We'll Payton's on equal footing with John, but here in LA they're like LeBron James, you kidding me? No rebirth of all building. Bri- it'd be able to eight. He out to. Heat is the coda equal footing with broad. You've got to be South Dakota. You get to South Dakota, three and six. I want to know how do you explain that you restaurant sales only ws, but Kobe's three and six. Defining LeBron's three and six in the finals. We got on mount Rushmore. We got vacation hold up in South Dakota. Me him MJ Remend us out magic. Some interesting. So Kobe's saying they will fall in line which means spied halt by default. That's what you're the best default best. You're gonna get. LA is by default, we wear that. We, we windy. Rains rings brings people together. Scou- you're to the bottom line, which is ain't gonna happen or we will happen. Let's Kevin Durant comes here and then Kevin Durant be much bigger star in LA. Then LeBron James's is gonna happen. Maybe it might it. First of all, there's only a handful the right now, there's a whole handful of people that's on the bronze level as far as universally and you got to Rinaldo talking about messy. MJ steals goad, but even though MJ not brawn not right now, not right now. Bronco bra like saga stars. Yeah, he's in for he stepped in it here skill. That's what we wanted. We love challenge Kobe for giving you a little just a little bit though, fall in line eventually the greater, the greater, the challenge, degraded the conquest scare, what a win, a championship with Kevin Durant or without him getting condensate. I won't one hundred acres. What did he do? Kip he wanted it all. He had the Mongol eight. I don't know if you ever fall in line for me. I feel like that's wishful thinking isn't panic time for and all the Cowboys fans. So I'm sure we'll discuss it and that. Cowboys committed eight turnovers last night, and we're blown out twenty seven to three against the cardinals. Dallas is now Owen three in the preseason, but Dak Prescott Enzi keel. Elliot, we're not in the lineup. DHEC has two touchdown, passes this preseason, but Zeke hasn't played at all in three starting offense. Lineman are dealing with injuries. We're joined by FOX NFL analyst, March layers, Mark, how concerned should the Cowboys be right now? Are they need to be very concerned. We used to have this saying when Shannon I played is they don't count, but they do matter. It matters how you establish yourself. It matters how you while they're right, how you go out there and handle your business. There is this flip the switch mentality that exists in the NFL they because they don't want to risk injury and they don't wanna. You know, guys are paying a lot of money to. You've got an opportunity now to roll out in the first part of the preseason or the first part of the regular season and actually play well, if you basically handle your business and preseason so many teams decide, well, we're just gonna make the first four weeks of the season, our preseason and you look at third division, are the giants better? I think they're better. Right. Are the eagles the eagles defending champions. They haven't played very well either worse Washington right now, like this division is is kind of an anomaly to me like, I don't know what they are right now..

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Kobe Bryant says his diehard fans will' fall in line' for LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers

The Jump

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Kobe Bryant says his diehard fans will' fall in line' for LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers

"Up to Drake and Travis Scott fickle mode at a plaque for ballgame. We can't afford the plate actual software, but this is a pretty good spec civilly. You think the Broncos Odessa's with the star could see and being a producer, maybe that's more history, what he's in shape that's for sure. I can't if he ever does. I'm gonna roast forever. How will rose forever would be Koby going to the big three. They can't afford them. That's the problem that's at the end of your career.

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"coby" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

GSMC Basketball Podcast

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"coby" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

"Average like seventeen and it was seventeen and twelve learn sounds bad to me he just couldn't play and normally could play will be lakers fans don't realize that no one ever wanted to play with coby coby didn't want championships like no stars because no one ever wanted to play with him all right nonetheless yeah i liked dwight is top ten right and now it's just a point with dwight i mean what more left you have to prove league about what thirteen fourteen seasons okay it seems that your value around the league is next to none all right and just a point where like i said what more do you have left proof okay he is a eight time all star led the league and blocks twice five time all defensive player of the three time defensive player of the year five time all defensive team five time he five times he's led the league rebounding eight time all nba player two thousand and four thousand five thousand four five ricky allrookie team all right mike what more does need to do it doesn't okay and as much as you want to disagree about white definitely has a first ballot hall of famer like it's not close as much as people love to complain about him after landau is stats aren't bad okay point at white never led his team to enter the it's center patrick ewing never led his team to anything all right all he did was get losing the finals cool dwight did that all right patrick ewing is dwight howard maybe how'd you never one ending compare them side by side let's make some older people today that is what we're going to do see pudgy doing that i could be wrong and i'm just throwing stuff out there let's see paget ewing now twenty one and nine so we average less rebounds average more points he averaged four more points in four less rebounds three less rebounds is about nine point eight rebounds it's the shooting percentage dwight's got him there about five percent free throws dealings out amount even need to check that nonetheless i mean they're basically there's no difference right both never won anything ewing's regarded as a as a great center why can't wait okay but nonetheless i mean dwight's done playing for teams i feel like he's going to be just a guy who hops from bad team two team if he stays in the league i mean he's played for two teams in the last two seasons his third team in the last three seasons right all the running orlando was his best and la wasn't great but i think the expectations were a little too high for dwight right but nonetheless leg i said though it's a great player okay one of the best centers top these top ten center all time and if not top down these eleven twelve unless it's the way it goes there but i mean for the hornets tweeden dwight i mean you gotta treat kimball walker right there's no reason to keep them there now i mean you brought in timothy mazda what's he gonna bring to your team that he couldn't bring to the nets all right the dude was sitting the bench on one of the worst teams in the league he's literally just there to sit and make money to mazda man that's the american dream right there from a foreign country you come in you don't really work too much you make millions of dollars sounds great to me mark said torrents gotta blow it up and i'm not sure if michael jordan's still running the show or whatnot i saw something that said that steve clifford thorough coach believe was wanted a draft donovan mitchell but was overruled okay i wonder who overruled him i think it was the guy who drafted out of morrison you think it was the guy who drafted kwami brown you guys guys michael jordan michael jordan drafted outta morrison in kwami brown right michael jordan is easily one of the worst executives of all time in the nba the do could sure put basketball in the hoop but as far scouting and bringing in players for his team by was terrible right yeah jordan took kwami brown right kwami brown the most he average with the wizards was ten points right i was the best season of his career we'll get outta moore's and stats out of morrison was a great player to over adkins aga maybe was he didn't use better player than kelly lin against.

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"coby" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"coby" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Coby was not going to allow them to coexist that means indirectly subliminally or whatever way you wanna put it gobi bryant helped push back out the door in la so check koby did that putting more surmountable pressure one of self and then answered the bell the way only a great great champion answered about ultimately going three straight nba fun and winning back to back titles without shaquille o'neal there it is undeniable kobe bryant is one of the greatest plays in nba history one of the greatest assassins the game ever seen as somebody who should be deified but he turned eighty but when you overall talent over eighty to gain forty eight minutes tonight plus postie that in terms of the actual physical conditioning he wasn't the specimen that lebron james is and that's why i take lebron forty six minutes give me kobe for the last two stephanie smith is or guest in stephen doing casey got fire today is getting swept by lebron james two years in a row of fireable offense i don't think so i think he got old i don't think he deserves lose his job based on that because nobody has been able to of lebron is not dwayne katie's fault that domon rosen just wasn't up to the task along with the rest of the troops they quit in game four they got blown out of games for into they fought valiantly and games one and three but in the end they walked in here just emotionally behind the eight ball because you have certain players that have a teams number michael jordan is seen that everybody's number but he really had indiana's number he re cleveland when launch price larry nance brad daugherty in those guys rainy low.

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"coby" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"coby" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Competitive beyond belief i mean we can talk about coby miller alkarawi was different he was really competitor as it is true no he was wide differently but most guys that make it to the professional world are wired differently which are warming surgical sama sale more coq ten you like were competitive what lay however likely and look for their vice and while they're done they want to remain competitive it's something they liked the rail of the collabotor over art a thrill of living on that edge um um and some players do it while the plane you're right okay others player other players when they're done they're like man i i gotta find something else that can do this it could be simple as amdro onto the golf course obama put 15000 on every hole that i play ride i'm playing with mira it doesn't have to be drugs year rise case it is but how often do you find that with guys that you played within the nfl m guys like to walk deadline motto and subscribe to that subculture a i'm not insanely competitive either be 'cause i'm insanely in tunisia why am and i noted upgrade at some things in our salk at other things so this whole i could beat you at everything i never got that guy like when the guy comes round like let's play cards okay now you get in the low to route oberle yellen an uber all right up who is pushing darts of move man they agree like go ahead i'll do dorsey over two hours i'm not good at most thing i'm horrible at dart's i'm debbie on his alec near the board and hit the wall yeah like who cares to like i'm a bit known everything we do either but some gaza liked that this whole our compete to the death i wasn't a part of that but i do know guys who will you gotta won't be allowed is a hidden skill set that you have hidden yeah cowhide into hillary hitler like that people might not know i thought it was my type widening skills but everybody knows about that because it's all google war zone wicket pds everywhere i go every time they announced me and national tied riding champion of my own.

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"coby" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"coby" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Competitive beyond belief i mean we can talk about coby miller alkarawi was different he was really competitor as it is true no he was wide differently but most guys that make it to the professional world are wired differently which are warming surgical sama sale more coq ten you like were competitive what lay however likely and look for their vice and while they're done they want to remain competitive it's something they liked the rail of the collabotor over art a thrill of living on that edge um um and some players do it while the plane you're right okay others player other players when they're done they're like man i i gotta find something else that can do this it could be simple as amdro onto the golf course obama put 15000 on every hole that i play ride i'm playing with mira it doesn't have to be drugs year rise case it is but how often do you find that with guys that you played within the nfl m guys like to walk deadline motto and subscribe to that subculture a i'm not insanely competitive either be 'cause i'm insanely in tunisia why am and i noted upgrade at some things in our salk at other things so this whole i could beat you at everything i never got that guy like when the guy comes round like let's play cards okay now you get in the low to route oberle yellen an uber all right up who is pushing darts of move man they agree like go ahead i'll do dorsey over two hours i'm not good at most thing i'm horrible at dart's i'm debbie on his alec near the board and hit the wall yeah like who cares to like i'm a bit known everything we do either but some gaza liked that this whole our compete to the death i wasn't a part of that but i do know guys who will you gotta won't be allowed is a hidden skill set that you have hidden yeah cowhide into hillary hitler like that people might not know i thought it was my type widening skills but everybody knows about that because it's all google war zone wicket pds everywhere i go every time they announced me and national tied riding champion of my own.

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"coby" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"coby" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Competitive beyond belief i mean we can talk about coby miller alkarawi was different he was really competitor as it is true no he was wide differently but most guys that make it to the professional world are wired differently which are warming surgical sama sale more coq ten you like were competitive what lay however likely and look for their vice and while they're done they want to remain competitive it's something they liked the rail of the collabotor over art a thrill of living on that edge um um and some players do it while the plane you're right okay others player other players when they're done they're like man i i gotta find something else that can do this it could be simple as amdro onto the golf course obama put 15000 on every hole that i play ride i'm playing with mira it doesn't have to be drugs year rise case it is but how often do you find that with guys that you played within the nfl m guys like to walk deadline motto and subscribe to that subculture a i'm not insanely competitive either be 'cause i'm insanely in tunisia why am and i noted upgrade at some things in our salk at other things so this whole i could beat you at everything i never got that guy like when the guy comes round like let's play cards okay now you get in the low to route oberle yellen an uber all right up who is pushing darts of move man they agree like go ahead i'll do dorsey over two hours i'm not good at most thing i'm horrible at dart's i'm debbie on his alec near the board and hit the wall yeah like who cares to like i'm a bit known everything we do either but some gaza liked that this whole our compete to the death i wasn't a part of that but i do know guys who will you gotta won't be allowed is a hidden skill set that you have hidden yeah cowhide into hillary hitler like that people might not know i thought it was my type widening skills but everybody knows about that because it's all google war zone wicket pds everywhere i go every time they announced me and national tied riding champion of my own.

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"coby" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"coby" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Competitive beyond belief i mean we can talk about coby miller alkarawi was different he was really competitor as it is true no he was wide differently but most guys that make it to the professional world are wired differently which are warming surgical sama sale more coq ten you like were competitive what lay however likely and look for their vice and while they're done they want to remain competitive it's something they liked the rail of the collabotor over art a thrill of living on that edge um um and some players do it while the plane you're right okay others player other players when they're done they're like man i i gotta find something else that can do this it could be simple as amdro onto the golf course obama put 15000 on every hole that i play ride i'm playing with mira it doesn't have to be drugs year rise case it is but how often do you find that with guys that you played within the nfl m guys like to walk deadline motto and subscribe to that subculture a i'm not insanely competitive either be 'cause i'm insanely in tunisia why am and i noted upgrade at some things in our salk at other things so this whole i could beat you at everything i never got that guy like when the guy comes round like let's play cards okay now you get in the low to route oberle yellen an uber all right up who is pushing darts of move man they agree like go ahead i'll do dorsey over two hours i'm not good at most thing i'm horrible at dart's i'm debbie on his alec near the board and hit the wall yeah like who cares to like i'm a bit known everything we do either but some gaza liked that this whole our compete to the death i wasn't a part of that but i do know guys who will you gotta won't be allowed is a hidden skill set that you have hidden yeah cowhide into hillary hitler like that people might not know i thought it was my type widening skills but everybody knows about that because it's all google war zone wicket pds everywhere i go every time they announced me and national tied riding champion of my own.

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"coby" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"coby" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Competitive beyond belief i mean we can talk about coby miller alkarawi was different he was really competitor as it is true no he was wide differently but most guys that make it to the professional world are wired differently which are warming surgical sama sale more coq ten you like were competitive what lay however likely and look for their vice and while they're done they want to remain competitive it's something they liked the rail of the collabotor over art a thrill of living on that edge um um and some players do it while the plane you're right okay others player other players when they're done they're like man i i gotta find something else that can do this it could be simple as amdro onto the golf course obama put 15000 on every hole that i play ride i'm playing with mira it doesn't have to be drugs year rise case it is but how often do you find that with guys that you played within the nfl m guys like to walk deadline motto and subscribe to that subculture a i'm not insanely competitive either be 'cause i'm insanely in tunisia why am and i noted upgrade at some things in our salk at other things so this whole i could beat you at everything i never got that guy like when the guy comes round like let's play cards okay now you get in the low to route oberle yellen an uber all right up who is pushing darts of move man they agree like go ahead i'll do dorsey over two hours i'm not good at most thing i'm horrible at dart's i'm debbie on his alec near the board and hit the wall yeah like who cares to like i'm a bit known everything we do either but some gaza liked that this whole our compete to the death i wasn't a part of that but i do know guys who will you gotta won't be allowed is a hidden skill set that you have hidden yeah cowhide into hillary hitler like that people might not know i thought it was my type widening skills but everybody knows about that because it's all google war zone wicket pds everywhere i go every time they announced me and national tied riding champion of my own.

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"coby" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"coby" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Competitive beyond belief i mean we can talk about coby miller alkarawi was different he was really competitor as it is true no he was wide differently but most guys that make it to the professional world are wired differently which are warming surgical sama sale more coq ten you like were competitive what lay however likely and look for their vice and while they're done they want to remain competitive it's something they liked the rail of the collabotor over art a thrill of living on that edge um um and some players do it while the plane you're right okay others player other players when they're done they're like man i i gotta find something else that can do this it could be simple as amdro onto the golf course obama put 15000 on every hole that i play ride i'm playing with mira it doesn't have to be drugs year rise case it is but how often do you find that with guys that you played within the nfl m guys like to walk deadline motto and subscribe to that subculture a i'm not insanely competitive either be 'cause i'm insanely in tunisia why am and i noted upgrade at some things in our salk at other things so this whole i could beat you at everything i never got that guy like when the guy comes round like let's play cards okay now you get in the low to route oberle yellen an uber all right up who is pushing darts of move man they agree like go ahead i'll do dorsey over two hours i'm not good at most thing i'm horrible at dart's i'm debbie on his alec near the board and hit the wall yeah like who cares to like i'm a bit known everything we do either but some gaza liked that this whole our compete to the death i wasn't a part of that but i do know guys who will you gotta won't be allowed is a hidden skill set that you have hidden yeah cowhide into hillary hitler like that people might not know i thought it was my type widening skills but everybody knows about that because it's all google war zone wicket pds everywhere i go every time they announced me and national tied riding champion of my own.

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"coby" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"coby" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Competitive beyond belief i mean we can talk about coby miller alkarawi was different he was really competitor as it is true no he was wide differently but most guys that make it to the professional world are wired differently which are warming surgical sama sale more coq ten you like were competitive what lay however likely and look for their vice and while they're done they want to remain competitive it's something they liked the rail of the collabotor over art a thrill of living on that edge um um and some players do it while the plane you're right okay others player other players when they're done they're like man i i gotta find something else that can do this it could be simple as amdro onto the golf course obama put 15000 on every hole that i play ride i'm playing with mira it doesn't have to be drugs year rise case it is but how often do you find that with guys that you played within the nfl m guys like to walk deadline motto and subscribe to that subculture a i'm not insanely competitive either be 'cause i'm insanely in tunisia why am and i noted upgrade at some things in our salk at other things so this whole i could beat you at everything i never got that guy like when the guy comes round like let's play cards okay now you get in the low to route oberle yellen an uber all right up who is pushing darts of move man they agree like go ahead i'll do dorsey over two hours i'm not good at most thing i'm horrible at dart's i'm debbie on his alec near the board and hit the wall yeah like who cares to like i'm a bit known everything we do either but some gaza liked that this whole our compete to the death i wasn't a part of that but i do know guys who will you gotta won't be allowed is a hidden skill set that you have hidden yeah cowhide into hillary hitler like that people might not know i thought it was my type widening skills but everybody knows about that because it's all google war zone wicket pds everywhere i go every time they announced me and national tied riding champion of my own.

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"coby" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"coby" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Competitive beyond belief i mean we can talk about coby miller alkarawi was different he was really competitor as it is true no he was wide differently but most guys that make it to the professional world are wired differently which are warming surgical sama sale more coq ten you like were competitive what lay however likely and look for their vice and while they're done they want to remain competitive it's something they liked the rail of the collabotor over art a thrill of living on that edge um um and some players do it while the plane you're right okay others player other players when they're done they're like man i i gotta find something else that can do this it could be simple as amdro onto the golf course obama put 15000 on every hole that i play ride i'm playing with mira it doesn't have to be drugs year rise case it is but how often do you find that with guys that you played within the nfl m guys like to walk deadline motto and subscribe to that subculture a i'm not insanely competitive either be 'cause i'm insanely in tunisia why am and i noted upgrade at some things in our salk at other things so this whole i could beat you at everything i never got that guy like when the guy comes round like let's play cards okay now you get in the low to route oberle yellen an uber all right up who is pushing darts of move man they agree like go ahead i'll do dorsey over two hours i'm not good at most thing i'm horrible at dart's i'm debbie on his alec near the board and hit the wall yeah like who cares to like i'm a bit known everything we do either but some gaza liked that this whole our compete to the death i wasn't a part of that but i do know guys who will you gotta won't be allowed is a hidden skill set that you have hidden yeah cowhide into hillary hitler like that people might not know i thought it was my type widening skills but everybody knows about that because it's all google war zone wicket pds everywhere i go every time they announced me and national tied riding champion of my own.

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