11 Burst results for "Coby Bryant"
"coby bryant" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"coby bryant" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Let me Yeah. Just throw you kind of a daily. Listen, I feel like Marcus gave us a tremendous daily dose. And he was great today, mister. We just 20 minutes of warrior basketball. Yeah, and they're intriguing is hack their fun. And And are you okay? With Damian Lee Being? My crush is here. You're totally Yeah, absolutely. Do you have one? It's the Paschal. It's always been Paschal for you. Villanova, Right? I'm so well, Paschal. Yeah, He's my guy. That's my guy. Shannon called him on our texture that I think, Paschal the rascal is my God. Yeah, I was kind of funny. I have to say for Caylee. He kind of made me chuckle without one. Paschal's My rascal man, Hey, said he's a good player and he's young and kind. He didn't think kind, he said, kind. How do we know he's kind? I think I'm not saying he's not. But how to shine and know that he's kind Tell you what. When I'm going for a rebound, I don't want nobody kind. No, no funny. I like Charles Oakley getting nasty down there throwing elbows. I'm not looking for kind acts of kindness here in the hearing, the little privileged bubble of the Bay Area affluent suburbs here that we all live in here. If you're there's a little motto here in our school district. It's called Be kinder than necessary. Okay, Paulie. Is that possible? So I'm out there coaching basketball, right? And there's these loose balls and and you know, I'm going. Jim Belushi High School chess coach of Sarah Night, live like it on the floor. If these kids just like looking at it, and I said to my assistant coach, Jim, I said, You know, it's kind of tough to tell him to. Ah fight for rebound when every day the teachers are saying Be kinder than that. You know what I'm saying? That's why when Shannon was playing basketball a lot of times the coach would be like Taylor, get down there in the paint and grab me a rebound in a killer would like try to crash the boards, But I'd be like no, you go ahead and take it, man. You were here. First thing kind of me to grace that rebounds Given boards away. You should take this one, man. I got the last one Certain point. You got to go get yours. I'll get a rebound. Shannon. Yeah, I like the idea that this scenario has Shannon Caylor grabbing boards for us, Shannon giving boards today You take it, man. Yeah. Runs yours, man. Uh, Here's the deal. Buddy. Mine shut out Red Bear. Um and he hit me on Texas said fits just said on on the broadcast. That dream on Green is, of course, going to the basketball Hall of Fame, and my buddy asked me goes. Is that a certainty into great? I said, thank you for texting. May I'm gonna bring that to the heir to a great conversation because somebody texted in and said Dream on is the greatest non scoring player I've ever seen, Well said. That's actually well said. Yes, I mean, you know, so you know, Traditionally, there have been great defensive players. You know, whatever. I don't know. Copes your got your fancy gotta Rudy go bear right. He's a monster eyes, he putting up Howard's offensive numbers this year. He's decent, he I mean, he gets double doubles right, like he's always around the hoop. He shoots a really high percentage because I think he just throws that a bunch of dogs, but he's not gonna hang like 40 on you. One guy was talking about the other day. Murphy, one of my defensive crushes Pat Beverly, I just love the way sells out on DME. He's a lunatic on defense with you. So I just he was like kids. If if you go if you could search up who are considered the greatest defensive players in NBA history, the names that come to mind are Hakimullah Jawan, they go. Hey, now, that's my guy. Um, don't forget when the bills when the super they're going to say this one's for Hakim, we're gonna put Bruce Smith on the list anyway, even though he's not a basketball player, just put him down. But all these guys who are listed are all offensive players Also. Hakeem Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett. Penny Penny, Penny Say hello to my man, Kevin Garnett. Scottie Pippen. Kawai was a great Mike Gold. Jordan. Coby Bryant Thies air all players, So there's Draymond doesn't score like these. You know. Dennis Rodman, Dennis Rodman. Great one Coke. Yes, he won defensive player of the year at one point, and they just wanted twice, right? The deep yet don't know. I think you wanted me out on that I'm gonna say once copes. I think he should have wanted more than once, but I thought it was twice but he's all defensive like four. Maybe it's on my head. I don't either, but I think it's one. I hope I'm wrong. I hope it's too but I think it's only defensive player of the year. 2017 once. Yeah, yeah, He should have hopes. You're right. There was a lot of talk like in 16. He was pissed. Cos three times, three times first team two times second team. So five times, first or second team, right? He also led the league in steals one year. Well, we, um if three time all Star three time champ all MBA second team 2016 all NBA 13 2017, you know, and so then you get into like, and I know we got to go because of course, chicks coming up here, But the Basketball Hall of Fame is it Every Hall of Fame has different sort of admission standards like baseball is the one where you're really stringent. Let's start going through the basketball Hall of Famer. I mean, you got guys with respect. Now, with respect, I'm not trying to dog this year ago. Jo Jo White is an NBA is a basketball Hall of Famer Jack Sigma. Is a basketball hall of Famer, You know, I mean, these guys here Robert Parrish is a basketball Hall of Famer. His numbers weren't monstrous, you know? Well, that's the thing. So what's what? Like, what's the criteria? Because if you're basing it on numbers, Yeah, dream was kind of a hard time. But when you do t quote you, Murph and you say this a lot. You go. You've got to use the eye test. You watched him on Green facility. You watched him on green play defense. You watch him switch. Positions. Weaker needs him too. I mean he to me. He is all family She started with Jerry West came on our show years ago and said, drink anybody who doesn't think Draymond Green's a top 10 basketball player doesn't know the game. And who did it sent up a siren to our guy in Sacramento, who's now a radio host, the great Casey. Whoa, Jerry Way You.
"coby bryant" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"At the table is was definitely guard. Shaquille o'neal because i was the baby always eight. I i know in your senior year in high school. You went to oak hill academy. I'm familiar with that school but tell everybody what that school is like. Because it's very turned out a lot of great players. Yeah it was. I went there This kinda getting bombarded my last year of highschool with with the recruitment and there's so many different dynamics there and i i play with jeff mcginnis on a u. team and he was already it. Okay look at him and he was just you know man. You should come. You should come. And i just i was like all right. I'm gonna take a ride up me and my mother drove up to two okay. You and it was a swear as off the beaten path. Unlike any place. I've ever seen before just seemed like in the middle of nowhere in the mountains. First time i've ever been you know drove through the mountains. And when i got there and it was just a great county just basketball atmosphere I had already pretty much completed all of my academic requirements from sat. And all that so. It was more about basketball. They're really trying to gear myself for know being prepared for that. I first year college. But it's a special place that a lot of different athletes. Camello anthony needed or josh smith. kevin durant and all the different names that have come in come through their And you know coach. Smith has been then the state coach steve smith. He's one of the best high school coaches Probably ever and they just you know teach guys game of basketball and that's all you can do not a lot that you can can do other than the game of basketball while you're up there because like i said is in the middle of nowhere but if i had to do it all again i was still do the same thing. You were a player of the year coming out of high school and i. I've always thought that it's really unfair. The mismatch of an eighteen year old kid trying to make a very important decision as to where they're going to play their college ball. What was that like for you because everybody wanted to have jerry stackhouse. Yeah it was kinda you know it was flattering. You know just to that. You could go to any college that you want to know that i worked hard enough. You know earlier in my career to put myself in a position to be able to to choose whichever school wanted to go to. But i mean just growing up in you know eastern north carolina and grown up in north carolina. Right an acc territory. It was hard for me not to think about leave. Know playing anywhere else in college out there somewhere along tobacco road and and state north carolina. Duke was really high on my list. Florida state had a great visit. Virginia so i felt like those wanted to schools that i would choose but just sitting down with you know coach smith and understanding Who he was you know he was wanted to coach then you. Everything seemed like every coach. I talked to it was promising. Me a certain amount of minutes. You know you're going to do this and you're going to do that and coach kinda basically saying you come here and work hard gonna play and i gravitated more to that and it worked out worked out pretty good. What else struck you about dean smith. The first time you met him. Jerry i i knew of my new name even probably put it to face. You know 'cause. I was has a small kid watching. You know acc basketball. You always just mostly focused on the players and not so much to coach. But i knew. Dean smith named smith. He was like i tell you. Quick story just who. He was as My mom early in the day. I was having my in home. Visit michigan was coming in probably late morning. Their coach vance was coming in and at the new. You know my mom. You know she avid fan. But like steve. Smith came and we had coffee and doughnuts and you know had a nice visit. When coach before coach smith. She's in the kitchen cooking pork chops. Cooking cavs can everything so even though she'd never tried to tell me you know where to go to school. That was kind that subtle hint that you know you know this. This is who i really like. And they hit it off they right about the same age and it was just a a great fit for my family. All the way around. I would love to have been a fly on the wall for that first meeting. Let me ask you about north carolina when you got into college basketball. You were such a star but sometimes players. Don't check their egos at the door and forget they have to reprove themselves. What was the transition like for you. Well it was tough. You know i mean i think it was even though like i said i wanted to work hard for everything that got it. Felt like. I was working hard for for for who you know what i was trying to accomplish. And you know and north carolina says that we had a senior late and team had just come off winning the national championship. And you know. And i wanted it now and it's like any kid. I wanted that instant gratification and had to be some some growing pains. I mean when i was i was probably after every game. I felt like. I should have been playing a little bit more. You know coach talked to coach smith and he told me that you know grind reed who was a senior plan ahead of me. Tell me and you you you guys should try to be the best small forward in the country together in my mind i was like hey i feel like i could be the best small forward in the country by myself. That's how you thought as a young immature player and like said several times at the games. I was One in particular that was venting to my mother about this is the right place for me. This is right place for me. I feel like i am could go somewhere else. Be doing more and she just told me she just bay to that. Says he listened to me that you know as mothers do but she just told me if you start running now you'll be running the rest of your life great advice. That's just something that stuck with me. And i stuck it out. You know two weeks later in acc tournament. I want three freshman to ever. You know win the most outstanding players you know of. Acc tournament and so the best advice. Listen to your mom. If i would listen to myself and do what i wanna do. Probably would you know been moping impounding the rest of the way but she told me. Finish what i started and it worked out great. Let me also ask you about the fact that you were hyped. As the next jordan since both of you played in north carolina you both when number three in the draft. You were listed six six. You look similar physically. And you had those similar acrobatic games as well. Was that a weight on your shoulder. That really wasn't fair. Well i didn't really look at it like that because it was you know. I didn't even play shooting guard. Michael shooting guard his whole career. And i was you know i. I've played power forward in high school. So i think because of you know coming from north carolina from eastern north carolina bench. Six six. And you know the fact that i could dunk and do some things that you know. That was those natural paris's even know coming into north carolina and they grew the more you know going and coming into the nba but even like even in north carolina. I play pow for the most part it was small. I was never really shooting guard. The first time. I have played shooting guard in my in. My life was at the pro level so i felt like being able to Come into the game and and and make myself and work and make myself at all star you know at that level. That was enough of jerry. Stackhouse so i really let the comparisons what other people thought i should be. I mean nobody can live up to michael jordan. Who had done it. And i think this guy did. She say that had some success. You know maybe a coby bryant. But it's still. It's not to the level of michael jordan. So just you know. I never really tried to put that pressure on myself. If i could be the best jerry. Stackhouse aca beating that. Would you know that'd be pretty good and being able to play eighteen years and had created a hat. I feel really good about that jerry. Stackhouse's joined us on sports on. I'm when we come back. We'll talk about him being drafted in the first round third overall by the philadelphia seventy sixers and the rest of his nba career. We do that as we continue across the country and around the world on sports byline. Hello and welcome back to the ronnie deutsche tax program on the line is paul from california..
"coby bryant" Discussed on DV Radio
"And. Feelings of one of the. Co hosts or not the thoughts and feelings of all. OUT SHOULD! Listen I'm GonNa tell you this people you know at one point in time people were urging me to pursue a political Caribbean I I'm seriously a moderate at heart. But the problem is I say things that would come back. They would just cut it up and put it right on audiotape. He's Negro. What you mean by Negro. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Okay, so politics I just I just said wait I'm sorry. I segue I was. Let let let me get the. Few. Okay. So I'll say a region film we talk about Kobe Bryant very briefly. But that's emotional too so Recipes coby Bryant and his daughter gale. Sayers if you're familiar with the story of Gale Sayers or if you ever had to watch Bryan Song like I did in middle school everyone. Everyone did. So Gail Eugene stairs and born may thirtieth nineteen forty three was an American professional football player who was both a hat back and return specialist in the National Football League Blah Blah Blah not to be disrespectful but he was notarized because of just him being black on the football team at that particular time it was kind of kind a thing and then his his partner. Piccolo. And Him dying from I believe cancer as well. But honestly I'm trying to rush on my. Gale, sayers youngest guy to be inducted into the hall of fame something like that. I think he was too. Yeah. Because they said, he did things on the football field unimaginable at the time on imagine a bull and like maybe another segment or another show we can dive into that. But I know that you usually tell me we have him. Call Reiner the oldest of the old guys on all of the Oceans Movies Reiner. Oh Wow. The ball June. Yep, Yep Yep. Yep. The old guy, the road. Will I think he played a Jewish guy the OH Jewish guy on. Oceans. The Ocean's eleven ocean's twelve or thirteen movie here. So. Let's see Huey. The wrapper for those of you who listen to rap Yeah. Yeah pop lock and drop it. He goes. You boy died while he was shot in Saint Louis Missouri. Okay hold off hold off thought what I'm holding off on that thought. Okay Oh no I'm not I'M GONNA go with it. Okay. So Gun Control here in this country right Oh. My God you really went for it Yeah. I don't believe in gun control. But I do believe in gun regulation now I understand okay. Criminals don't obey the law, right? No that's what it called criminals K. gotTA. Understand them. But when you have people have so many firearms day can misplace one and not even know was gone. That's a little scary. That's the problem. Nobody has brought that up. No one has said anything about that. How are these criminals getting illegal firearms if people aren't misplacing them I mean, I. Don't think it's misplaced to be honest with you but that's a whole conspiracy theory in a nutshell and itself so. We'll we'll save that for another show. Ian Home The Bilbo? BAGGINS. Bilbo. Baggins from the Hobbit and from Lord of the Rings. He died eighty eight. That was one of my favorite books reading the Hobbit. Wasn't happy with the really good Reid..
"coby bryant" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"All this, he just turns the smock you walk and he says Yo Machi. You have to kick his blank. And he wanted machi Walker beat the crap out of Kobe. Bryant. You know in a lot of guys in that busted did at the time. It was just an ongoing thing you know but they were great players over. That's one thing the one thing they always had. Always had two of the five best players in the NBA on the court at the same time. was there ever a special moment or very good moment between those two? Winning the championships matter to them and there was a moment therapy Philadelphia. Where they're sitting after they beat the sixers. What thing behind this you know behind the stage and locker room and they're just smoking Saddam's them cut basking in the glory every now and then you would see moments. Where you could tell they sorta appreciated the talent. You. Know. There's also the famous sort of Value Kogi Stu shack against Portland and he's running down the court just jubilant. Both of them jubilant had those moments where for a second they forgot you say forgot that means they weren't how much money they made. they just didn't happen probably often of the things I appreciate about this book Jeff is that you do take your real human. Real. Look at Kobe Bryant and you talk about his insecurities I think a lot of people when they think about somebody was great will probably not think of an athlete being. One having insecurities what we're his and what was the history of those insecurities? But first of all the use, a mistake people make Many of the most insecure people I've ever met our athletes and that's not an insult athletes. That's the nature of a job we as soon as your sign of finding someone to replace. And every training camp they're bringing in new people who are better than younger than you faster than you you have to hold them off. Sports is a world of insecurity. So really is for Kobe in particular. Along. I just think he never really do way and well, you definitely always he always had this thing on his shoulder where some it's coming on to replace me and I have to fight them and put them in their place. So. You know his second Summer League with the Lakers Jimmy King the former Michigan Fab five guard in camp. and Kobe Nile and just saw a threat and talk trash every day just wanted to destroy him when Jr Ryder joined the Lakers in two thousand, Kobe just wanted to destroy him rookie free agents came in Kobe, go out of his way to sort of the serve them and take him apart like. He I think he was fully aware in an interesting way to the fleeting nature of sports says a job and he with his dad how his career ended after eight years. And kind of unexpectedly and that this could all be taken away very quickly. So he was always I mean the reason he was the hardest worker. No I always is probably 'cause he was the most insecure that insecurity gives you drive. Yeah. One of the things I heard about him from a person doing pretty well was that he realized always that you know you're only as good as your last game and what have you done for me lately, which is the aspect of professional sports that a lot of athletes aren't comfortable with. I onto percent, but I also think I just think he did leave everything on the court. He left everything on the court he would not allow so much out working you not someone to outperform him. He didn't want someone else get the spotlight if it'd be taken away from his this thing at the end of the day, teammates could say he was really selfish guy really difficult or he was a pain. But he sort of understood that if you want us to stay in a career in pro sports for that long of a period. You have to have a little shell around you and you have to work as hard as possible and those areas you really sound. Yeah. One of the great things you do in this book Jeff, as you talk about his competitive as insecurities and I'm just wondering about the legal case in Colorado. How did that affect him? I mean what came out of that as far as Kobe Bryant as a person in the basketball player I, mean, the biggest thing is it sort of made him? Much darker. kind of put a protective shield around himself. I mean, you always had that, but to was greater degree he became. Pretty hard. You was trying to put off something into the atmosphere they had. This sounds dumb because it sounds like a cliche but it's Kinda cute starts getting tattoos and he starts speaking a lot of slang like you almost like trying to put this thing out there like you don't mess with me I'm Kobe Bryant and for teammates who knew him For friends who knew him, it was all sort of laughable because it didn't feel authentic. Kobe Bryant actually, it was a very polite person and a very sort of. He could be very engaging at times and. The thing that came after Colorado you just I understand it but I mean he Came into During the trial you flew into training camp. Reporter Tim said but you're gonNA confide in your teammates about this. And his response is, why would I do? So. I agree I understand that mentality and thinking on that? How hard was it for him to get to the end of his career? Oh Man. I think. It was the best thing for him I. Really Do I think the best thing for him? I don't think anything's changed. Coby Bryant. More than coming sort of immortal. Mortal not immortal mortal and. Getting hurt and then coming back and not having the same spring not having the same step. Having easier smarts just being really good but not great. I think that that was the last few years especially that last year you signed your melody and sort of. Almost a decency and a warrant that you hadn't seen. I just think it's the million glow their athletes, which is near the end and sees that you know maybe. And everything in the world did he have problem trying to see what was going to be next in his life because he seemed to make a fairly good transition into retirement doing some projects that he really loved. I actually think he's had he had a greater of a lot of people who just assumed that Kobe Bryant was kind of you know. A year later, maybe cyber broadcasting or be an assistant coach and. You know celebrate a clipboard somewhere and he You know to clipboard. He showed up with his girls basketball team you know he. He blinds up an Academy Award Winner and a Girls Basketball coaching. At I think he I think go one or two way when they retire because you didn't go to the bad way they get their feeding down and they're scared and they don't know what to do feel like the only thing that brings their value is being in the spotlight. And coby Ryan seem to take it the other way to realize Oh, my God I actually get rest i. don't have to shoot jumpers all day I can just really enjoy my life and. To me that's what makes it so sad about his passing is because he worked so hard for others years to attain something, and then he gets to in a way the really good stuff. And he's not here for it. We've got about forty five seconds left what will.
"coby bryant" Discussed on Blitz Sports World Podcast
"On I. I heard about Kobe in about back in nineteen ninety four when he was a rising sophomore in lower. Merion I so so somebody was talking about this kid knowing. They think he's really nice. He's turned up the League's he's six four Blah Blah and. He's the son of of of being Bryant. You know and you know Joe Brand with a pretty good player of Joe Brand's special but this this kid the one guy who whatever you know no definitely no Joe Brain. His Dad wasn't NBA player and we had a pretty decent NBA career but he really experienced a career in Italy where he became like the man out there and Kobe. was you know you know. Kobe spent some time there while he was born in Philly. Because Joe Brian is affiliate God born and raised in Philadelphia. play for the sixes well while he was playing for the sixers. Kobe was born. Nineteen nineteen seventy eight. But when Joe Brian made his bones in basketball was in Italy and from the ages gained from three all we up until the age of Eight. Or let's say eleven or so coby was in Italy so he's learned to speak food. Italian above unique CARE International K.. From Philadelphia comes is back to Philly at the age of I guess twelve or so and this started ten of the scene growing stronger than everybody in this grownup stronger than everybody saying. So and then he's he had just elite talent and skills. You think I'm saying so. Around Ninety four is when the buzz start really popping be guarding this young kid named Koby and the name aimed this always stuck coby coby Bryant and because he had that the the name Coby was this unique for the time. You know what I'm saying. It was. It's kind of a cool name to be your first name. You know what I'm saying so it was easy adaptable. And then he played with a lot of possession flair and flash in.
"coby bryant" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"If people start looking at Rob Lowe, and see, rob Pelinka. If you're wondering why we're talking about rob Paul Anka's because in a gangster move the sports agent who used to be trafficking and only sports agent circles parlayed that into becoming a powerful force for the Lakers, and now all over television. All you see is the spinning headlines of magic accuses Pelinka of backstabbing. And so now I think backstabbing word association polenta, and it's hard to do your job. It's, it's Chris. Got somebody else, you think of when you think of the phrase backstabbing, I know I'm being moment. I don't have an a better one, but I feel like we probably could do better. Well, we could. Whatever happened with Julius Caesar, and Brutus probably, or the man sitting to your left, backstabbing is the quote that got everyone's attention and rob Pelinka can now be said officially. It's being set officially by PIN. He's officially backstabber. Right. We could say that if magic set at then it. So what is rob? Pelinka's counter-move might because Magic Johnson came out today and sort of neutered, our -bility to criticize him by saying, yeah, look wasn't working that hard here. I'll give you that I wasn't working that hard. They agreed to terms with me and I told them I'm not going to be working that hard. I've got other businesses, I need to be making money. So now that he's taken the sting out of that away. They agreed to that. What are they going to counter with, because I don't think the Lakers, you can't take out as many people as magic took out today and not have countermeasure leaked from somewhere, who's gonna leak the other stuff that Magic Johnson might have on the resume that he's not copping boss move from magic because. Pelinka can't really say anything publicly now other than being classy about it. Because what remove all doubt that you're, what is you gotta do leak more things about Magic Johnson? And you also have to be careful with who in the media, you leak too, because a lot of that could probably just by using common sense, be traced back to rob Pelinka. So I'm not really sure what the pivot here is there a pivot, maybe it's just class. Does Pelinka just have to eat it? Well, Pelinka got that job in large part because he was Kobe's agent. So do you bring Kobi into the full who's more popular month, Laker fans and the buses is it Kobe Bryant or Magic Johnson because of on Pelinka I start thinking about how can utilize Kobe Bryant to win back, so that your pivot, if you're pulling, you're pulling you give some of this power that you just stole for Magic Johnson overdue another player who's a Laker legend and is gonna cut your head off in the street. If he doesn't have the power he actually has agreed to because he. Won't be as polite about it as magic Coby Coby Bryant. We'll throw Pelinka's head into the Pacific Ocean. We've got his right though in that Pelinka. Definitely texted Toby today, I need some good PR. Can we go to dinner tonight where the paparazzi OB I need to be seen out with you? Oh, so can the pivot Palanca telling Kobe Bryant? Can you make public comments that support me, please? Yeah. That's not a bad, pivot. It's a great, pivot. I mean if somehow we can convince Kobe to say bad, things about magic that is back. That quickly that is his wheelhouse the snake game. Seriously plank that one's got hurt on plank. Welcome to the GM job. Welcome to the height of sports. Magic is lived there for a long time. You just got dragged and smeared by charming face who has dappled up everyone in the New York office, tweeting out everything up. Magic magic as he reminded you during the unleashing on I take I have a lot of friends and a lot of friends are in the media, and a lot of friends protected. Magic Johnson from the what was obvious to many in the organization that he wasn't around a lot. I it is kind of bizarre. The Magic Johnson is, is going to the media with this. But Magic Johnson went on I take and executed this plan. Brilliantly in a way that now no one can trust. Rob pulling because backstabbers associated with the thing that he said that neuters, if you're just being fair logically, as Jeannie agreed that I would come to this job. That is less money than what I make. I'm here to help the Lakers. I'm gonna bring my. Face my credibility, and LeBron James. I'm going to bring my face my credibility, and LeBron James and you guys kind of do the work you guys do that stuff. And I'll oversee it. I want the power and the work. I've done for the power. I'm not doing that work. Now I've been doing that work for thirty years. Why the hell would I have to work that hard anymore? I've got success everywhere other than caring about the Lakers, the way magic says he cares about the Lakers. But to your point. Yes. Why would magic one? At this point in his life would Magic Johnson, be hungry and ambitious about being at the end. I'm going to work, twenty hours a day to make sure that the Lakers are better in a salary cap sport where my only advantage is our work a work where we play I can't actually throw money at anybody. He just wanted to be the magic man. Hey, magic charge of the Lakers, but I'm not really in charge of the Lakers. Lebron James is coming. That'd be. That is what he wanted to be enough, really. Absolutely. See where rob Pelinka's resentful of that, as you go as Magic Johnson goes on national television. I was there to drop link general manager while not being there. You get like magic Pelinka coming at magic. You can't match fire with fire the only way to do it with Kobe. That's fire fire with Kobe. I take tomorrow. That's the way if you have any relationship with LeBron you, if you have any relationship with him, and LeBron is actually mad at magic LeBron needs to say out of this. You guys think Kobe's going to enter the fray Kobe Bryant is publicly going to pick a side, always in the fray. Pulling the strings. This is the best of that ten lebatardshow with stugatz for more from dance to in the shipping container. Tune in weekdays starting at ten AM eastern. And WinCo ends an eleven year. Run that has come.
"coby bryant" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"There with the chain smokers. But just so you know, every hour every day this week about thirty five past the hour. If we're running on schedule about that time just past half hour right is when you win your sold out wingo. Tangle tickets that thing sold out so fast fast, say it again. So hype man. Hype man. All right. One man's trash can be another man's treasure. And this really is the case with one of the items from Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner's wedding. Yes. So in case you've been living under a rock, and you don't know Joe Jonas and Sofie Turner got married in Vegas after the billboard music awards. They were wed by an Elvis impersonator and the bride and groom used ring pops for their wedding rings because they're also in ring you buy at the candy. Lek lick. So if you're really sad that you weren't there and you want to own a piece of the wedding ceremony for reasonable four thousand dollars. You can own the wrapper from one of their ring pops used in San old rapper. Yes. So the sales on EBay and the rappers described as a slightly wrapper on the happiest day of Joe's life may I two thousand eighteen months Vegas, Nevada. This is the original candy wrapper. So it's basically the the candy wrapper ring pop with a photo of like Sophie in the Jonas brothers and the Elvis impersonator on top. It's all framed, and like a nice little frame for you. But it's going to last I checked it was at four thousand dollars. Who knows what it could be up to? And you didn't get it at that bar piece of. I cannot believe that it's going. That's crazy. No that it's legit. That's right. You need to really have authenticated. They probably have some authentication candy wrapper that decay. Yeah. Bid on. So I I remember growing up like who. Did you idolize whichever bid on that thing? Now from somebody can afford it stuff for Michael I've definitely gone him signed for who like Philip rivers football, Coby, Bryant basketball things like that. I remember. So I don't know if you knew what I was a kid. I was big fan of Richard Marx right used to sing. These songs, you probably don't even know what I did on Richard. Mark socks. I didn't. I didn't get them. Why would you want giving them away for charity? Yeah. I didn't get them. And it's a good thing. It's a blessing in disguise. It was a different Richard.
"coby bryant" Discussed on Get Up!
"But he's on top of the big boards of both Todd mcshay and Mel kiper, and then of course, we will see Dwayne Haskins who was just brilliant in two thousand eighteen through fifty touchdowns led the buckeyes to thirteen in one year and along with Kyla Murray is one of the top two quarterback prospects in this draft. And so on a take you to Columbus. Now. We're Louis Riddick is there to watch all of this. And let's start with a quarterback Lewis. And I saw you tweet yesterday that you wanted to be there specifically, you don't go to a lot of these. But you really wanted to see Dwayne Haskins in action. Why were you so interested in this? It isn't so much to see to see how accurate he is. Or really to try and make some kind of grand evaluation in this kind of setting. It really is to be up close and personal next to him and see how he looks when you're just watching him throw the football to check out the velocity of the football. His body language how he's interacting with the people here because I expect him to put on his show. Just really you really get a sense for what how someone is made up by being able to watch them in person be right next. You can watch all the film that you want. You can get all the secondhand information that you want, but there's nothing like a live viewing. And again, context is important. I understand he should probably be perfect today. And that really doesn't matter to me one way or another. It's just to get to see his body. Type see him throw the football and watch him as close as possible, which I think their stuff you can glean from that. And I expect it to be positive and for me to become even more of a fan of his I already am. I personally believe he is the best quarterback in this draft. And let's get to Bosa. Who most people believe is the best defensive player in this draft. Or you think so? Yeah. He's definitely one of them. If he's not the very best. And look he's he's one of the guys who come out of the combine we weren't talking about just like we weren't talking about his brother because you know, he didn't have like eye-popping numbers. But again the game is played on the football field. Not on the forty yard dash track. And you look at some of his tape here. Look he has high level hand us tremendous functional strength tremendous tremendous natural instincts. As far as rushing the passer playing run you saw the outside speed rush there, and you saw the hand us here. You see his his ability to understand that the tackle may be over setting them in Leinen too far outside and comes back inside with inside counter, you know, about the competitiveness the willingness to desire to chase the football over the field here, the kind of effort plays that you see right there to same thing that his brother is doing for chargers right now. And then here the instincts knowing that you're on the wrong side of the block known at the balls about the hit outside of you there on that tackle tackle center pool. Play and get back out there and make those kind of place for minimal gains. That's this high level football player right there. I don't care. What is for you? Time is what is shuttles shuttle times where what is vertical is which we all get caught up in right now this kid can flat out play football. And that's why early early on the first day. He's going to be gone, and rightfully so. Yeah. Going to be really interesting day today in Columbus to your coverage all day long, and we'll see soon. Thanks lewis. You bet. Thanks. Right cutting up. I sit down with Coby Bryant he has advice for LeBron for magic. And all the Laker fans ready jumped ship you will hear it in just a few moments. It is one of the biggest days of the NFL off season as mentioned more from Ohio State Todd mcshay on Dwayne Haskins as he tries to prove..
"coby bryant" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You pair it with a Polynesian sauce from Chick-fil-A? I'm all in with those two sauces beat me. How is it possible? That Mel kiper has never been to a scouting. Combine before apparently wasn't allowed in the building. I don't know if there was some sort of grudge if you set the wrong thing, but this is the first time he's been allowed in the building. According to all my God, he has a basement where he has seventy TV's, and he sees every inch of that. Combine he's never physically been there. But he sees things. Trust me, who do you wanna talk to about this Schefter for reporting that this was Kuypers. I combine or Kuyper for. At his I combine I think hyper for being. It was not sure milk, hyper wants to talk to me. This certainly not today. No luck going on well mentioning the lot going on here in Miami this season. Okay. This has been the farewell tour Draymond green once famously said to Paul Pierce through trash talk. They don't love you like Kobe. You're not Kobe. But yesterday after the game he was saying how amazing it is to see that. The Wayne Wade is still playing well at this age that he's not embarrassing himself. He's not out there like Dirk Nowitzki running around. Everybody wants him to retire. Doc Rivers is stopping games to get him to retire. Adam silver's ripping him during the all star game. It's it's not it is I did not think Dwayne Wade's game would age. Well, because I thought that kamikaze style like with Russell Westbrook's guts when it loses its athleticism you've seen. Russell Westbrook is a horrific three point shooter by volume and that went as he as he physically deteriorates because he can't have as prime forever. I don't think that the Russell Westbrook game is going to age very well. But Wade is still out there not embarrassing himself and this entire Miami Heat season. Even though they're six games under five hundred is about getting Dwayne his moments filling that arena with people celebrating and saying goodbye, Dwayne Wade on of the five best shooting guards ever three best one of the three best easily easily easily one of the five best in my mind. Easily one of the three best. But there's a Lakers fans will argue I don't Jerry West and Coby Bryant he had that moment last night. I mean, I don't know if he can get any better for twain, wait this season. His final season. That was a great to beat that team at home in front of his fans in his city with that ridiculously bad shot. I mean that was that was a moment that was a moment. But you're right for most of the game. He was great right up until that last shot. And then he was but it went in. I mean, he was pretty great at the end to God's. He was that was that arrived in the last shot. He was great, man. Wade has been weighed has been making shots like that the entire time. Ridiculous shots that shouldn't go in. There's probably an element of luck there. But he had the poise although Billy calls it panic to top of the key. It was a terrible possession. Miami Heat are limited and constipated offensively. And at the end of games when things get tight and Golden State had come back from down twenty and Igwe dollars in the game. And they're just knocking the ball away from everybody. Plump Dion waiters is running around out there thinking of thinking about what he could get at the chocolate fountain a golden corral after the game. And he passes it off to Duane. Wade who bottles the ball. And look there were two defenders on it seemed I don't know how this happened. Mike can someone explain this to me the Miami Heat had the basketball and every time someone got the basketball? They were double team. So I'm pretty sure there were ten warriors on the court yet. We're actually showing if you're watching on ESPN news or showing the possession over and over again. Yeah, they're two defenders going out waiters waiters gets a pass. And there were two other defenders on Wayne weight who's just like five feet away from Dion waiters. How do they have eight people on the cornea? Sure, I saw monta Ellis running around out there. I was confused. I just saw wave upon wave of warriors. Ascending on the..
"coby bryant" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"He naturally ills. Apex predator? They do this. I will give you this. Lebron is proven to be a little better leader than Kyrie. But Kyrie is definitely a better closer than LeBron. It's today. Gene, say, okay. The Beth leader who later skip. Who's the close the right now? It's Kevin Durant. That's who they, but I'll take Kyrie over LeBron any day with the basketball in his hands with five seconds left in the game. I'll take career at the late game free throw line over LeBron. So the point is is highly possible they will both figure out in the long term. They were linen and McCartney apart. They were really good. But together, they were the Beatles. That's what it hap- happened with Jack. And Coby Bryant, I'm sure to happen somewhere. It takes a lot skill. It takes a lot boy to come. Oh, magic and Kareem, but we can win more titled together than we can't apart. Because what? I want to win. But it just some about it when you win. And you'll be the man it is about that. Did you don't even better about it could be that? We're trying to tell this weird phone call from Cairo. This weird message. He was trying to send back to his younger players. He did not say, I regret leaving you. That's not what the number. No, no, no, not little little you'll appreciate what I'm trying to do one two. We'll we'll call the shots goal. You will look back and say, okay. Oh, that's what he was talking. We get old. We eventually win this championship. It'll be lot when Brian play wrong tap when it happened. Higher than it. Looks like tell you that will maybe if Kevin Durant comes to Los Angeles to play with take Brian back to the AD. We'd see kyri versus LeBron. What Holo what if it would have happened this half Elian Aussies carry it AD Joel LeBron Rian? Kyri now, heart, Shannon. No, Paul kind of rely titles. You like. Wishful thinking for their Google good can get it down who'll get real good night. You just may know by happen. And you're gonna have to give up your star Lonzo to get him. Gear. Laws though. Everyone arguable Hollywood start a walk of fame. All right. I'm wearing give up. Okay. Guys. What does it take to be Tom Brady and the Super Bowl, you know, verse knows better than anyone? He is here. Well, our next guest caught the game winning touchdown and real forty two to beat the undefeated patriots on Saturday. He'll be coaching in the NFL PA collegiate bowl, which you can see right here on FM ones the Plasco births. Welcome undisputed. Good to have you. Thanks for joining us. So how did you get involved as a coach for this game? Ugo intern in Arizona, Bruce Arians, I got a phone call from from NFL pit the NFL PA to. To participate in this game. And this is a great opportunity. I think separates the NFL PA caluzzi from from other bowl games that when you have the likes of Darryl green. Ed Reed myself Andre Johnson. Jackie slater. Someone else coaches that can have an influence and kind of mental these guys going with going into the NFL draft. It really helps because those other Bogue aims. Don't don't have hall of fame caliber coaches and mentor, so exciting. Do you want to coach? Senate acute. To myself when I when I really wanted to get into it..